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North Iowa Football Northwood Wins 13-7 in Key Conference Tilt Northwood — The Northwood Vikings scored an important North Iowa conference game here Friday night by beating the Belmond Broncos 13-7. It was the 3rd straight wm for the Vikings and the first loss of the season for Belmond. Dean Sandburg and Russ Schaub scored the touchdowns for Goach Herb Dykstra's victors while Keith Greenfield made the lone Belmond marker. Hubert Hinds was a standout in the Viking victory. Osage Rolls to 46-0 Win Over Lake Mills Osage—The Osage Green Wave went on a touchdown parade here Friday night 'to bury Lake Mills 46-0 after rolling up a 33-0 halftime -advantage. George -.McGuire starred for the winners with his running while Dick Barkley, guard, played well in the line. George McGuire went 32, 7 and 6 yards for scores in the game. ' Bob Swanson made 2 markers on runs of 7 and 16 yards, Pat McGuire skirted end for 6 yards and a touchdown and Jim Laughlin passed to Charley Kathan for 24 yards and another Osage marker. Lake Mills entered Osage territory only once half. in the first Livermore Wins 20-0 From Ventura Vikings Livermore—The Livermore high school football team defeated the Ventura Vikings 20-0 here Friday night. Davis scored the first touchdown on a 12-yard sweep in the firs* quarter and after that the winners took to the airlanes for the remainder of their points. A pass from Davis to Sawyer • which covered 48 yards was good for a TD in the 2nd period and Davis passed to Vaudt for the extra point. The 3rd touchdown for the Livermore team was on • a pass from Vaudt to Sawyer covering 20. yards and Davis passed to Vaudt for the extra point. Ventura threatened once in the game, going as far as the 12-yard line. Doug Tienan, halfback, looked best for the visitors. Oelwein Triumphs 6-0 Over Charles City Charles City — The Oelwein Huskies won a Northeast Iowa conference game here Friday night by beating the • Charles City Comets 6-0. The game was deadlocked into the last quarter when Iverson went 6 yards on a plunge for a score. After recovering a fumble following the kiokoff, Charels City drove to the Oelwein 5-yard line but couldn't score. A Comet touchdown was nullified in the game by a penalty. Dick Carrothers, guard, played good ball in the Charles City line while Halfback Dusty Rice starred for the winners. Clear Lake Lions Nip Clarion Cowboys 13-12 Clear Lake—With John Monaghen putting on a brilliant running display, the Clear Lake Lions squeezed out a 13-12 win over Clarion here Friday night in the initial North Central conference game for both squads. Monaghen took a punt on his own goal line in the 2nd quarter p.nd ran 100 yards for a touchdown. Monaghen kicked what proved to be the winning point by converting to make the score read Clear Lake 7, Clarion 0. Monaghen then intercepted a Clarion pass on the Clarion 42-yard line and scampered down the sidelines for the Lions' 2nd TD of the evening. The conversion was no good and Clear Lake left the field at halftime with a 13-0 lead. Clarion scored their initial touchdown shortly after the 4th quarter got under way, climaxing a 60-yard march. Jerry Wion and Dick Rohrer did most of the ball - carrying with Rohrer going over into paydirt. The try for the extra points was no good. Clarion scored its 2nd touchdown on a pass from Wion to Rohrer, which covered 42 yards. The conversion was blocked. Manly Railroaders Win 32-12 Over RiceVille Manly—The Manly Railroaders took a Corn Bowl conference game from Riceville 32-12 here Friday night after the game was deadlocked 12-12 at halftime. Ben Lake took the opening kickoff and raced 75 yards for a Manly touchdown and he intercepted a pass for another score and caught a toss for still another touchdown. Dunn and Arendts counted the other touchdowns for the winners. Mclnroy counted for Riceville and played a fine all around game while Larson looked good at center. Hampton Rallies to Beat Iowa Falls 19-6 Hampton—The Hampton high school Bulldogs defeated the Iowa Falls Cadets 19-6 here Friday night in a North Central conference game. Gene Sprout bulled his way for 3 yards and a Cadet touchdown in the first period and the Iowa Falls team retained the 6-0 margin until halftime. But the Bulldogs hit on a 70- yard pass play from Don Heins to Dean Botts in the 3rd period to knot the count. In the final period Ray Renaud scored from the 7-yard line and Botts pushed over from the 2 for the final score with Heins adding a conversion. West Defeats Mohawks 25-6 Humboldt Scores 6-0 Win Over Eagle Grove Humboldt — The,Humb o 1 d t Wildcats won a North Central conference game here Friday night by downing the Eagle Grove Eaglets 6-0. Frank Anderson uncorked a pass to Charles Bougous which covered 55 yards in the 2nd quarter for the only score of the game. Three times Humboldt drove deep into Eagle Grove territory but penalties sapped the Wildcat bids for scores. Eagle Grove threatened in the 4th quarter but a lost fumble on the 10-yard line killed the chances. Howell, Eagle Grove halfback, and Winton Hansen, Humboldt halfback, both turned in good games. Buffalo Center Beats Garner for 3rd Win Buffalo Center — The Buffalo Center Bison scored their 3rd grid triumph of the season here Friday night and their 2nd in the North Iowa conference .by downing the Garner Cardinals 26-7. The Bison had led at halftime 6-0. Verio with 2 touchdowns and Berger and Letcher with 1 each scored for the winners. Larry Jones counted the lone marker for the Cardinals. BENDIX WASHES EVERYTHING M.H.&B.lnc. Marston-llosleller and Brown Bendix Dealer Since I'.i'M 22-24 First S. E. Phone 1488 Rockford Gridders Trip Greene Ramblers 19-6 Rockford—Rockford's defending 'orn Bowl conference champions cored a loop victory over Greene lere Friday night 19-6. The game knotted at intermission 6-6. Bill Fullerton was the ace in he Rockford attack and scored all touchdowns for the victors. Weise clayed an outstanding game for rreene's Ramblers. Webster City Scores Late to Beat Algona 7-0 ring in the last 30 ,econds of play, the Webster City -.ynx scored a 7-0 victory over Algona here Friday night in a North Central Conference game. Arlen Briggs, Bill Sparks and Ted Hutchinson looked very good 'or Tony Gusowski's Algona eleven and Gordon Haack carried the brunt . of the attack for Webster Ity. It was a defensively played ball game, with the outcome of the »ame decided only in the final minute of play. It was the first victory of the year for Webster City and it was Algona's first conference defeat. St. Ansgar Defeats Nora Springs 20-0 St. Ansgar—Combining all their scoring punch in the first half, the St. Ansgar Saints rolled to a 20-0 victory over Nora Springs here Friday night in a Corn Bowl conference game. Eddie Kittleson, Andy Houg, and Bill Rusted each scored a touchdown for the Sa"ints, with Kittleson's coming on an 18-yard run. St. Ansgar ran up 15 first downs to Nora Springs' 4, and that about told the story of the game. Nora Springs played a fine defensive game in the 2nd half but the damage- had been done. Invaders Get 3 Touchdowns in First Half By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor The West Waterloo Wahawks defeated the Mason City Mohawks 25-6 at Roosevelt field' Friday night in the opening Big Six conference game for both schools. The losers matched West in first downs at<12 apiece and outgained trje Wa- iiawks 154 yards by rushing to 143 but West proved to be the best opportunists in the game. West displayed strength in several departments. Their punting was excellent for a 4H yard average, the Wahawks clicked for 5 to 7 passes and a total of 79 yards and on punt returns a criss-cross had the Mohawks pretty well disorganized as West returned kicks for sizeable gains. West Scores Early Only slightly more than 3 minutes had elapsed when the Wa- hawks exploded for their first touchdown! Bill Oglcsby -fumbled on the Mohawk 36-yard line and Tackle Bob Walden recovered for West. Fullback Jack Baugher exploded through the middle and burst past the Mason City secondary to go for a touchdown. Art Landau's placement was good and West led 7-0. A 2nd West touchdown drive started back on the West 16-yard line in the 2nd period. Landau, Lowell Sisson and Baugher ate up the yards to go to the Mohawk 20. A pass from Landau to Sisson put the ball on the 6 as the quarter ended. On the 2nd play of the 2nd period, Laudau went around right end on a reverse to climax an 84- yard drive. • Hit on Forward-Lateral Later in the same period West started another drive after a punt return by Sisson to the Mason City 40. Landau made 11 yards around his own right end, Baugher passed to Sisson to the 20, Sisson drove to the 14 and then came the neatest play of the game. Landau flipped a short pass to Sisson who flipped a lateral to Baugher for the 3rd West touchdown with 25 seconds to play before halftime and a 19-0 West margin. Sisson broke loose for a 35-yard punt return in the 3rd quarter to midfield but West was halted. Later Sisson returned another punt to his own 40 and West was on-the march. A 10-yard gain by Landau and a pass from Baugher to Landau put West on the Mohawk 30. The Mohawks drew a 15-yard penalty and Landau smashed to the 12 as the quarter ended. A roughness penalty on Mason City gave West the ball on the 1-yard line and Baugher smacked the middle on the first play to put West in front 25-0. Landau's conversion kick was no good. Take to Offense The Mohawks opened up with some offensive punch after the next "kickoff with Glenn Kephart, Oglesby and Dave VanEvery alternating to take the ball to the West one-yard line from the Mason City 36. But Gordon Clark fumbled in a smash for the score with Baugher recovering. Dick Berray got off a beautiful kick to midfield to get West out of danger but again the Mohawks hit back and this time it was for a score. Mason City drove to the 11 only to be penalized to the 16. Oglesby then flipped a wide pass to Van Every who scored on the play. The conversion placement by Dale Bartusek was no good and West had a 25-6 victory. Mason City hasn't defeated West since 1945. Socrates Pappajohn, who was a standout on defense for the Mohawks despite an injured wrist, had to leave the game in the 2nd period because of a knee injury. The speedy trio of West ball carriers had the jump on the Mohawks, who many times let ball carriers slip away from their grasp. West's line was rugged un- Matou City Globe-Gazette, Mason City. la. Sept. ?A, 1949 Trojans Score in 3rd to Beat Waldorf Club 6-0 Globe-Gazette Photo A TOUCHDOWN PLAY —The play shown above was one of the slickest of the evening in the West Waterloo-Mason City game. Halfback Lowell Sisson (38) of West is just snagging a pass from Art Landau after West had moved the ball to the 14-yard line of Mason City. Glenn Kephart (63) and Chuck Murr (60) are moving in to srrtear Sisson. But Sisson flipped a neat lateral to Fullback Jack Baugher who clashed into the end zone for the 3rd Waterloo touchdown. The play took place just 25 seconds before the completion of the first half. •* Globe-Gazette Photo A JOG INTO WEST TERRITORY—Dave Van Every (55) wheels around his own right end for a 15-yard gain into Waterloo territory in the first quarter. The play carried to the West 42-yard line. Charging out to head him off is Dick Berray while No. 63 for Mason City heading downfield for a block is,Glenn Kephart. Accuse Former Iowa Center of Giving UCLA Information BOWLING MOOSE LEAGUE Won 1st 2nd :ird H.C. Tot. No 6 » <ttl "18 02-1 :U8 2251 No. .| 3 73G 735 7fiO 255 248(1 P. Martin 1G8; R. Abbott 4«r>. NO 2 3 7or> 803 BD5 210 2lfi:» No. 5 0 fill fiOS fi«2 30!) Slii7 Brown 181; A. Nufrent 505. NO 3 . . 2 <T>ii 772 fiSfi 270 23HI! No. I 1 70S 718 7«S -IS 2204 Ilonts ISO; M. Thomas -«R7. tii the 2nd half hawks got most when the Mo- of their yardage. Walden showed up well in the West line with Kephart showing to advantage as a plunger for Mason City, especially in the 2nd half. SUMMARY Scare hy quarters: MASON CITY 0 WEST WATERLOO 0 n n o o n n (i 25 Mason West City Waterloo 12 151 f" I (I 111 12 o 70 •11 'i First clowns . Net yards from scrimmage Forward passes attempted Completed passes Pass Interceptions Yards completed passes ... Punt average Yards lost penalties THE PLAYERS Mason City Ends—Ricdermann, Murr. Rodjrcrs, Miller. Tackles—Parker, Brandau, Maddocks. Guards—Pappajohn, Miller, Maccr, De- Vary. Centers—Ballicrra, Postmn. Racks—Burns, Klang, Oglesby, Clark, Kephart, Patterson, VanRy. , West Waterloo Ends—Walker, Damm, Amburn, Miller. Tackles—Burke, Walden, Stiner. Guards—Benjamin, Stubcr, Graham Centers—Harwell, Kohls. Racks — Bradfield, Landau, Sisson, Baughcr, Berray. Officials: Referee, ShiMln^law; umpire, Man; head linesman, Braden. REGISTER NOW to start- training for the GOLDEN GLOVES Training starts as soon as all are registered. Training points will be established for convenience of every entry. Be sure to get your entry in early. WRITE OR CONTRACT K. SINNARD ROCKWELL, IOWA New Hampton Defeats Cedar Falls 27-6 • Cedar Falls—In a loosely played game, the New Hampton high school football team scored a 276 victory over CcdJrr Falls here Friday night in a Northeast Iowa conference game. Cedar Falls fumbled 5 times within their 10- yard line and that spelled theii defeat. Ray Ball looked exceptionally well for New Hampton, \vhile Lyle Grooters was the big gun for the Cedar Falls eleven. Grooters got away for runs of 25 and 30 yards, but the errors in the Cedar Falls backfield told the story of the tilt. By PAT YALE Iowa City, '(IP) —A former University of Iowa football player stood accused Saturday of telling Hawkeye grid secrets to an opposing coach, who promptly denied the charge. Shortly after SUI athletic officials revealed the alleged plot Friday night without naming the "informer"-—a 2-year letterman, -still a student at the university, said he is the man accused. ' He . is Jim Lawrence, formerly of Leavenworth, Kans., who played center for Iowa in 1946 and 1947. But he declared his telephone calls to Henry I'Red" Sanders, UCLA head coach, were "purely social." In his statement he was supported by Sanders, whose Uclans play he Hawkeyes here Saturday afternoon. To Block Degree Iowa President Virgil Hancher, commenting on the case, said a breach of canons" was indicated. He added that "moral, turpitude or intent could hardly be condoned," and that "such a student would not be justified in receiving 1 degree from this university." Liawrence is a senior student. Athletic Director Paul Brechlcr ssued a statement expressing re- jret over the incident and saying 'so far as we're concerned the whole affair is closed." Sanders ,said he became acquainted with Lawrence while he (Sanders) was coaching at Vanderbilt university prior to going to UCLA this year. Watch for 4-Man ' Line He said Lawrence made 3 call :o him at Los Angeles, and that the only direct reference to Iowa's football team was when Lawrence quoted an unnamed source as saying UCLA "had better be prepared for a 4-man Iowa line on defense.' : Sanders said he laughed this off telling Lawrence it was "a traveling salesman's story." Sanders added that coaches receive many calls, letters and telegrams from fans "advising" them how to prepare for future opponents. Iowa Coach Eddie Anderson saic he understood Lawrence — who was active in a movement aimec at forcing Anderson's resignation 2 years ago—had attended severa Hawkeye practice sessions this fall. He said he learned only Friday of Lawrence's alleged phone calls to Sanders and "asked" the ex-gridder to a conference with himself and Brechler. At this meeting, Anderson said Lawrence admitted contacting Sanders 3 times but said little information was given'to the Bruin coach. "Dragged" to Ficldhouse Lawrence's version of the meeting was that Anderson "dragged" him to the fieldhouse where he Brechlcr and Backfield Coacl Frank Carideo "pounced on me and quizzed me." "I laughed in their faces and tolc them it was the silliest thing I had ever heard," Lawrence continued "The, whole thing was a dirt> trick. Anderson came out to mj home and dragged me over ther without letting me put a coat on and wouldn't drive me back when they were through quizzing me." Under Frank Leahy who coachec from 1941-43 and since 194G Notre Dame had won 50 footbal games,'lost 3 and tied 5 up to this season. Senators Split With Yankees By RALPH RODEN Associated Press Sports Writer The New York Yankees, show- ng signs of weariness, Saturday ;nter the lair of their only road- slock to the American League pennant—The Boston Red Sox. Joe McCarthy's Red Sox, rid- ng a 7 - game winning streak rail the Yanks by 2 games. The Yanks have lost 2 out of their last starts to 2nd division clubs. . Pitchers Selected McCarthy has his 2 20-game winners, Ellis Kinder and Me Parnell, ready for the Yank invasion. Kinder (22-5) is sched- Probable Pitchers Sports Calendar SUNDAY — North Central low Rod and Gun field day* MONDAY—Second Gucsscra club mcctr at YMCA, lime noon. 53 71 75 ~il 82 XT «3 .523 .490 .480 .43X .4(18 .SOS 2816 S3 34 >,i The Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Tct. C.B. St. Louis M 54 .«:« Brooklyn Ill* 53 .(ttS !: hiladelphia. 78 71 .52:i 1C Boston 72 >]cw York "1 Pittsburgh f.4 incinnali 4!U hieago 5!) Friday's Results No games scheduled. Sunday Schedule Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Boston at New York. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. Chicago at St. Louis. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. New York 'M 5H .Gil' Boston ill 55 ,(S2S Detroit «1 M .all Cleveland H!i «4 .5GS Philadelphia 78 OD .53J Chicago (il . «5 .-HX St. Louis 50 9!) .3(56 Washington 47 100 .320 Friday's Results Washington U-l; New York 8-7 (first £ame 10 innings, 2nd 7 innings, darkness). Detroit 5; Cleveland U. Chicago 4; St. Louis J. (Only games scheduled). Sunday Schedule St. Louis at Chicago (2). Detroit at Cleveland. Washington at Philadelphia (2). New York at Boston, G.B. fi'.i 11 •Nil's AMERICAN LEAGUE York (Lopat 15-8) at Boston at Clcve- New Kinder 22-5). Detroit (Newhouscr 37-10) and {Feller 1S-13). (Only games scheduled). NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston (Spahn 1U-13) at New York (Jansen lfl-15). Pittsburgh (Chambers 11-7) at Cincinnati (Rnffcnsberger Ki-ifi). Philadelphia (Hcintzclman 17-!l) at Brooklyn (Newcombe 15-8)—night. Chicago (Hush !»-17) at St. Louis (Pollet 10-0)—night. uled to pitch the series opener Saturday, with the lefthanded Parnell (24-7) to go Sunday. Lefty Ed Lopat (15-8) has been selected to work for the Yanks against Kinder with Allie Reynolds (17-5) to match skill with Parnell. Following their 2-game clash in Boston "the 2 contenders will meet again in New York on Monday to play off a previously postponed game. Meanwhile, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Brooklyn Dodgers resume their pennant bids in the National league. The Cardinals, leading the Dodgers by a half game, entertain the last place Chicago Cubs in a night game while the Dodgers play host to the 3rd place Philadelphia Phils under the lights at Ebbets Field. • The Yanks divided a doubleheader with? the last place Washington Senators, losing "the 10- inning opener 9-8 but bouncing back to take the nightcap 7-1. The 2nd game was called after 7 innings because of darkness. Pop Fly Turns Trick Sid Hudson's pop fly single, which dropped between Tommy Henrich and George Stirnweiss with the bases loaded and 2 out in the. 10th, cost the Yanks the first game. It was a nip and luck affair until the 7th inning when the Senators slammed Hugh Casey and Duane Pillette for 5 runs to break a ,1-1 tie and take a 6-1 lead. The Yanks came right hack and combed Rae Scarborough arid Joe Haynes for 7 runs ,in the 8th to grab an 8-6 advantage. Chief blow of the rally was a 3-run homer by Yogi Berra. ( Joe Page Fails Lefty Joe Page who blew a 97 lead to Chicago in the 9th inning Wednesday, came in to protect the lead but again failed. The Senators clipped Joe for' 2 runs to tie the score and would have counted a couple more had it not been for Outfielder Hank Bauer. Bauer robbed Ed Stewart of a hit with a ^ leaping catch against the right 'field wall and later threw out Ed Robinson as he attempted to stretch a single into a double. Two former Red Sox players, Sam Mele and Sam Dente drove home the Washington runs. The Yanks went to town early in the nightcap, scoring twice in the first round on 3 Washington errors. That was enough as Fred Sanford throttled Washington on 4 hits in bagging his 7th victory. Two night games were played. Virgil Trucks turned in his 19th victory as he pitched the Detroit Tigers to a 5-0 5-hit victory over Cleveland. The Chicago White Sox downed the St. Louis Browns 4-1 behind the 4-hit pitching of Randy Gumpert. By RICK MEREDITH , * Globe-Gazette Sports Writer | Forest City—In f a spectacle of rollicking defenses, Mason City Junior college won its 3rd straight in the postwar series with Waldorf J. C., 6-0, here Friday night. ; Coach Volne./ Hansen's Trojans made a determined bid to the 8 in the 2nd quarter and again to the same spot in the 3rd < only to have 2 incomplete passes stop them each time. And it was a break' through a bad Waldorf punt that finally led to their 3rd stanza marker right after, their big chance had seemingly been snuffed. Waldorf, showing sporadic flashes in mid-field, never could get inside the Trojan 25 during.the game. Halves Drive Mason City's hard-running halfbacks, Gar Bieber, Alex Kloberdanz and Utility Bud Quinley, did the damage in the big 3rd. The Trojans. got. started on an. 18-yard kickoff return by Kloberdanz to their own 40. Then they hammered away for 4 first downs, aided by an 8-yard smash by Fred Stephan enroute, to the 11. Two line tries went to the 8 and a pair of erring aerials "gave the Warriors the pigskin. The hosts failed to gain and Bob Buckley tried a 3rd down punt. It slipped off the side of his foot, Bill Dallas caught it on the 20 and hauled it back to the 16. Quinley and Kloberdanz each ripped off 7 yards. With -first and goal on the 2, Bieber was checked, Chris Demos sneaked to the one-foot line on 2nd down, and then Bieber made it over. Kloberdanz" placement try for point was low. The determined Warriors came right back. A 32-yard pass gain, Elton Erdahl to Dick Berg, gave them a first down on the Trojan 35 as the period ended. But Big Tom Pattee nailed Buckley for a 9-yard loss on a reverse and Waldorf gave up the ball on the 30. Waldorf in Late Bid Mason City then marched to the Waldorf 34 where Kloberdanz lost the ball on a fumble and Waldorf took over for a drive that kept the Trojans on their heels up to the last 3 plays of the game. Jay Marti twice broke through to trap ball carriers for losses to help quell the threat which finally broke up on the Trojan 26 with less than a minute to play. There was- little offensive activity in the first period as the 2 stout clubs hammered back and forth across the line. The Trojans controlled play almost into Football Scores NORTH IOWA Buffalo Center 26: Garner 7. Clear Lake 13; Cfarfon It. Forest City 31; Britt 0. Hampton 19; Iowa Falls ft. Humboldt 0; Eagle Grove 0. Livermore 20; Ventura I). Manly 32; Riceville 13. New Hampton 27; Cedar Falls «. Northwood 13; Belmond 7. \ Oelwein 0; Charles City 0. Osace 4G; Lake Mills 6. Rockford 19; Greene 0. SI. Ansgar 20; Nora Springs 0. Waverly 26; Creseo 0. Webster City 7; Algona «. West Waterloo 25; Mason City 6. Around the State Ames 18; Marshalltown 7. Atlantic 31; Red Oak 0. Boone 21; Oskaloosa 6. Burlington 87; Mount Plusani 6. Carroll 30; Harlan 0. Cedar Falls Teachers 12; Eldora 8. Centervllle 13; Corydon 0. Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 13; Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferton G. Clinton 13; Waterloo East G. Davenport 20; Cedar Rapids Franklin T« Des Moines Dowling 32; Omaha Creifh- ton Prep 1U. Bubuque Loras 35; Newton 14. Emm«tsburg 45; Sibtey tt. Fort Bodge 9; Sioux City Centra! 7. Fort Madison 20; Fairfield 0. Keokuk 24; Muscatlne 19. Lincoln, Nebr., 19; Sioux City East 12. Spencer 0; Esthervllle 0. Washington 28; Ottumwa C. Friday College SI. Ambrose (Davenport, Iowa) 58; Corpus Christ! (Tex.) 16. Boston U. 33; Syracuse 21. Detroit 20; Tulsa 14. Drake 42; Emporia (Kans.) U. Wartburg 18; Wlnona. (Minn.) 0. North Dakota U; Moorhead (Minn.) I. Coe 21; Iowa Central 21. Simpson 13; Upper Iowa 7. Vestmar 1<J; Huron (S. Dak.) 7. St. Ambrose 28; Corpus Chrlsti 16. Georgia 42; Chattanooga 0. Mississippi 40; Auburn 7. Far West Colorado Mines 12; Colorado State 0. College of Pacific 52; Los Angeles Loy. ola 0. Whittier 30; Santa Barbara G. the half with their 61-yard drive in the 2nd. Marti a Standout Marti's defensive work was brilliant as he time and again stormed into the Warrior backfield to spill runners behind the scrimmage line. Bob Stoyles like' Marti a 60-minute performer, was another defensive thorn. A pail- of Belmond products, Dick Stockseth. and Jake Eckhoff; stood out in Coach Lyle Beaver's Waldorf wall. The Warriors used only 3 subs and all'of their backs except Erdahl went the route. Mason City's net edge in running and passing was only 30 yards, 170 to 140. The Trojans gained an 11-7 advantage in first downs but their passing netted only one completion for 12 yards in 7 attempts. , SUMMARY Score by quarters: MASON* CITY J. C. ... n WALDORF fl Stranahan Forced to Limit by Jacobs St. Louis, (.A 3 )—A young lawyer who "knows nothing about beating the big timers" was a definite threat for the title as the Western Amateur golf tournament got around to the semi-finals Saturday. Hord W. Hardin, 35-year-old barrister, whose greatest claim to golfing fame came as a finalist in the 1946 Missouri State Amateur meet, was around for the semifinals after eliminating Big James B. McHale, Jr., Philadelphia, 3 and 2. The 36-hole semi-finals over the 6,505 yard Bellerive Country club course Saturday matched Hardin against Walter 'Cisco, another young la%vyer from Louisville, Ky., and Frank Stranahan, Toledo, with James Frisina, Taylorville, 111. First downs, IT Net yards from scrimmage 15H Forward passes attempted 7 Completed passes . 1 Passes intercepted by 1 Yards completed passes ... l'~ Punt averape 35.5 Yards lost penalties U Midget Auto Races ELIMINATION CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY RACE SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 24—8 P. M. Come out and get some real thrills at this most exciting exhibition of auto racing. . North Iowa's Newest 14 Mile, Banked Dust-Free Dirt Track Admission $1.00, Children 5 to 12, 25c MOHAWK SPEED DROME Airport . . . Highway 18 ... West of Mason City ,. MASON WAL- CITY JC DOKF 7 8.-. 7 4 • 0 55 24.5 THE FLAYERS Mason City J. C. Ends—Hathaway, FnUee, Nutting:. Tackles—Fields, UH, -Roark. Guards—Stoyles, Johnson, Colbertson. Centers—Marti. Backs — Demos, Bieber, Klobcrdaiiz, Stephan, Dallas, Quinley, Scidel. Waldorf Ends—Ostcrcainp, Slubbs. Monson. Tackles—Christen, Eckhoff. Guards—Stockseth, Johnson. Centers—Marx, Slyhr. Backs—Erdahl, Ncrera, Buckley, Bcrf, Hanscn. Officials: Referee, Peterson, Decor Ah; umpire, Schroedcr, Decorah; head linesman, Torgcrson, Ellsworth. JOHNSON INJURED Duane "Hymie" Johnson received a painful neck injury in the first quarter and was taken to 'a Forest City hospital. A preliminary x-ray indicated a rib may have been torn loose from the backbone. He was moved to a Ma- Waverly Runs to 3rd Straight Victory 26-0 Cresco 1 —The Waverly. Gohawks raced to their 3rd straight one- sided victory ,of the season and 2nd in Northeast Iowa loop play when they smacked Creseo 26-0 here Friday night. Dick Ward made the longest run of the game, 60 yards, and scored 2 Gohawk markers. Dale Coonradt and Dietrich counted the others. Poock stood out on defense for the winners and Bob Thorson for the Spartans. Waverly gained 150 yards rushing to 70 for Creseo and outpassed the losers 100 to 41. Forest City Blanks Britt in Loop Game Britt—The Forest Ciiy Indians blanked Britt 21-0 in a North Iowa conference clash here Friday night. They scored in all but the first quarter. Wayne Oehler went 4 yards on a reverse for the first marker. Eddie Fox plunged 5 for the 2nd and Jack Soderling got the last one on a 10-yard end run. Fox, 175-pound fullback, wai outstanding on both offense and defense. Jim Hempe and. Jerry Redden shouldered much of tht Britt burden. FIGHT RESULTS ' By the Associated Press New York—Terry Young, 140(4, New York, outpointed Enrique Bolanos, 137',i, Los Angeles, ID. Hollywood, Cal.—Rudy Garcia, 12 Angeles, outpointed Jackie Bfcir, Dallas, Iff. Omaha, Nebr.—B»by Joe Waleott, 1«9',4. Omaha, outpointed Alvln Williams, lOSlii, Wltchita, 10. Los son City hospital later and further x-rays were being taken Saturday. Bob Stoyles sustained a banged up shoulder in. the fray. Fl.ight training once again may be had -under the G. !. BILL respective to the new Congressional ruling. Contact us for further particulars. Our flight school is approved by the CAA 'and VA. CALL OR WRITE . . . AIR ACTIVITIES, Inc. Municipal Airport — Phone 891 — Mason City, Iowa

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