Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 22, 1949 · Page 12
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Football Notes From Big Ten Minnesota—Coach Bernie Bier- nan used nearly every man available as he turned the scrubs loose Tuesday against his first stringers in a long drill on Washington jlays. Kenny Biersdorf, first line fullback from Chicago, probably dil miss the opener because of a cnee injury. * Purdue—Leo Sugar, a sophomore end, and Andy Butchko, sen- Jior basketball star playing his first r of football,--were included in new defensive combination limed at stopping Northwestern's ine-salshing fullback, Art Mura- •cowski. Ohio State -Dick Widdoes, No. College Dream Team A dream team of college football players, comprising 25 years of selections by the All-America Board of Football, has been announced. It was based on the nominations of more than 300 sportswriters throughout the country and 50 college head coaches. The selections were I defensive right half, will pass up he Missouri game because of a chronic back injury that has .lagued him since summer. Ed jfeasingeiy first replacement at ][ right end, also may be withheld Ivith a pulled leg muscle. t| Michigan—Lloyd Heneveld and pon McClelland, for 3 years un- Herstudies for Stu Wilkins and 1 pom Tomasi at guard, finally be- tame full fledged starters against Michigan State. Both weigh 190, ilmost 10 pounds heavier apiece .han their predecessors. Illinois—DicK Stevenson, 6-foot?-inch junior, combined with Sam Piazza and Bon Ryolowicz in one iefensive backfield. Sophomore fohnny Karras, Tom Stewart and ick Raklovits worked in another. Wisconsin—Six backfield sets ivere shifted around with one group standing out. It included Quarterback John Coatta, Half- Tacks Jim Embach and Gwynn ^hristensen and Fullback Gene fra Coach Gordan Jensen at Rockford high school is looking for a pair of games on the 1950 Rockford football schedule. He Movie based on college play and were to have nothing to do with future greatness of the players in professional competition. Here are the selections: Ends, Don Hutsoii, Alabama '34, and Bennie Oosterbaan, Michigan "27: tackles .Frank Kinard, Mississippi '36, and Ed Widseth, Minnesota '36; guards, Bob Suffridge, Tennessee '40, and Clarence Munn, Minnesota '31; center, Charles Bednarik, Pennsylvania '48; Quarterback, Johnny Lujack, Notre Dame '47; other backs (4 named as quarterback was separate); Red Grange, Illinois '24, Don Blanchard, Army '46, Ernie Nevers, Stanford '25, and Jay Berwanger, Chicago '35. It seems to me there was one catch to the selections—players must have been named to All America teams by the Board of Football to have been eligible for the selection. ans. would like to slate a home game at Rockford on Sept. 15 and a game away from home on Oct. 27. •i How ft's Done Leon Hart of Notre Dame was named by Fred Russell in the Saturday Evening Post as the lineman of the year. ... He reveals a little article on Hart, which we consider very humerous. . . . Hart was asked by one of the priests at Notre Dame how he performed his fine work in breaking up ene- eviews By CARL WRIGHT "Canadian Pacific," a vi.ile outdoor pioneer melodrama, photographed in Cinecolor, opens at the Cecil theater Thursday. The plot revolves around the violent opposition encountered by the builders of the Canadian Pacific Railway in laying the track through the Canadian Rockies. There are thrills aplenty, dynamite explosions, fist fights, and a rousing battle at the finish between the railroad workers and a THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"You're My Everything" closes Wednesday. Thursday. "Canadian Pacific" opens Pancho Gonzales Turns Professional Cleveland Pole-Sitter Plans to Stay Aloft Until Season Ends New York, (/P) — From i*\v on, Cleveland, Ohio, (U.R)—Pole-Sit- Richard 'Tancho" Gonzales will I i er Charlie Lupica said Wedges- tennis for money instead of | d ay he would stay up in the air for fun and glory. the Cleveland Indians until the The 21 year old Mcxican-Ameri- end of the baseball season al' my plays. Said Hart, "Well, And one name looms large among those missing, Bronko Nagurski, the Minnesota Veteran Guard Returns o Iowa State Drills Ames, (#")—Joe Bruhaker, vet;ran left guard on the Iowa State :ollege football squad, has re- urned to practice after being out :or 2 weeks with a foot injury. It js not definite whether he will be jn shape to play against Illinois Saturday. .crusher. The Bronk didn't make the selections by the board during his play for the Gophers. , The board, comprised of the coaches, went against the popular nomination of the writers in one position, center. The sports SEE US FOR YOUR FREE ENTRY BLANK PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. OF AUTUMN MOVIE FILM writers thought Alex Wojeicho- wicz of Fordham should have been the selection but the coaches wanted Bednarik at the pivot position. "" * Not Great Unless— The Boston Red Sox have been referred to as the greatest team in baseball this season—first in everything except the American league standings. . . . The Bosox have the 2 biggest winning pitchers in the majors in Mel Parnell and Ellis Kinder, the top hitter in the majors in Ted Williams, the most dangerous 1-2 punch in Williams and Vern Stephens, the top team in the majors in team hitting. . . . But the Boston club is just another team unless it should win the pennant. . . . And about the only way they're going to win the pennant is to take at least 4 of 5 of their remaining games with the Yankees, an unlikely situation. * Ted Williams and Vern Stephens of the Boston Red Sox are a cinch'to rate 1-2 in runs batted in duringr the 'major. league, season. •.'.', They may combine for about 325 RBIs for the season. . . . Here's how other great duos rate in the record books: Gehrig- Ruth (1931 Yanks) 347, Gehrig- Ruth (1927) 339, Gehrig-Ruth (1930) 327, Simmons-Foxx (1930 Athletics) 321, DiMaggio-Gchrig (1937 Yanks) 326. the minute the ball's snapped I try to rush into the opposing backfield." "Yes?" said the priest. "I grab an armful of players." "Yes?" "I throw them off one by one until I get to the fellow with the ball." "Yes?" "I keep him!" * The Cubs are battling neck and neck with the Reds for the National league cellar this season with little to choose. . . . Fans in the midwest like the Cubs and especially their very fine park. . . . With the season in the late stages it's worth reflecting on some deals made by the Cubs, one of the more active clubs in majors in trading the past season. The Chicago club traded Russ Meyer, Hank Borowy and Bill Nicholson to the Phils for Dutch Leonard, Monk Dubiel and Harry Walker. . . . Meyer and Borowy have combined for 26 wins for the Phils this season, Dubiel and Leonard have won 11 for the Cubs. . . . However, Nicholson has batted only .230 for the Phils while Harry Walker sports a .293 mark, not for the Cubs, but for Cincinnati where he was later traded. * Future Howkeyes Quite a number of the top prep athletes in Iowa last season have enrolled at the University of Iowa this fall. . . . Among the top cagers who hope to be future Hawks are Herb Thompson of Forest City, Gene Kettrick of Iowa City, Don 'Swartzendruber of W e 11 m a n , Whitey Diehl of Iowa City, Bob Mau of Charles City and Alan Butterfield of McGregor. The football list includes Swartzendruber, Hettrick, D e 1 Corbin of Council Bluffs, Bernard Bennett and Ray Holder of Mason City, Corky Reister of Sioux City, Roger Luedke of Hartley, Jim Howard of Burlington, Don Shum of Shennandoah, Jack McKinnes of Davenport and Jim Pilkington of Red Oak, all fine performers in high school. In track, Iowa landed the national record holder in the discus, Clye Gardner of Newton, and fine sprinters in Gary Scott of North Des Moines, Ralph Richman of Dubuque and Jim Harvey of Britt. . . . Wrestlers who might do some good include Ray Steiger of Cresco, Phil Dugan of Davenport and Jim Burright of West PALACE—"Slifhtly French" and "Trou ble 1'referrcd" now showing. STRAND —"Night Song" and "Outlaw Country" now showing. STATE—"The Gallant Blade" and "Walk n Crooked Mile" close Wednesday. "Gun Smugglers" and :"Jlggs and Maggie in Court" open Thursday. LAKE—"Cover Up" and "Rusty Saves a Life" now showing. DKIVE-IN—All color cartoon circus now showing. tribe of hostile Indians. Randolph Scott, Jane Wyatt and J. Carroll Naish are the stars, with Naish in a c ol o r f u 1 characterization as "Dynamite Dawson." * * * "Fifi from the Folies Bergere" is one of the songs especially written by Allan Roberts and Lester Lee for Dorothy Lamour to sing in "Slightly French," showing at the Palace. She is co-starred with Don Ameche in the romantic comedy. In the co-feature, "Trouble Preferred," Peggy Knudsen and Charles Russell are the romantic twosome. It's a fast-moving comedy. * * * An accident that interrupts the career of a brilliant young composer sets off the absorbing plot of "Night Song," showing at the Strand theater. The production co-stars Dana Andrews, Merle Oberon and Ethel Barrymore. Hoagy Carmichael is featured in a character role. Co-featured is "Outlaw Country." * * * A hold-up of an army wagon train and the theft of a shipment of machine guns leads to all the excitement of "Gun Smugglers," Tim Holt western which opens at the State Thursday. "Jiggs and Maggie in Court" is the co-feature. The film, suggested by George McManus' comic strip, stars Joe Yule and Renie Riano. * * * An adroit mystery drama "Cover Up," co-starring William Bendix, Dennis O'Keefe and Barbara- Britton, is showing at the Lake theater. The picture is based on an original screenplay by Jerome Odium. "Rusty Saves a Life," is co-featured. It is another story of Danny and his dog Rusty. * * * A cartoon circus, 2 hours of fun, is featured at the Drive-in theater. All of the famous cartoon characters are featured in 11 of these short color comics. :an from Los Angeles, winner of the U. S. Amateur singles title this and last year, hardly had hopped off a plane from his home town Tuesday before he signed a one year contract to play Jack Kramer in close to 100 matches around the country, beginning the night of Oct. 25 at Madison Square Garden here. Bobby Riggs, promoter of «the tour and also twice National Amateur king, signed Pancho to a contract which guarantees Gonzales $60,000 within the next year, or an option of 30 per cent of the gate receipts. It is expected that it won't be long before another double winner of the amateur title, Veteran Frankie Parker, will join the pro troupe. hough the team has been elimi- lated from the American league jennant race. Lupica clambered aloft May 31 to stay until the Indians got into first place in the eague. " Cincinnati Manager B u c k y Walters was named the National league's most valuable player h 1939 when he won 27 games for the Pennant-Winning Reds. NOW! END FRIDAY A Story of Deep love! DANA ANDREWS MERLE OBERON NIGHT to 2, Paul Chrislman and Jim Hardy, Wednesday releasing Virgil Eikenberg* and trading Veteran Ray Mallouf to the New York j Giants for a player to be named j later. The team also traded Tackle | Walter Szot to Pittsburgh for a draft choice io be made at the National football league winter draft meeting. Sept. 21, 1949 19 Mason City Globe-Gazette. Mason Clly. U. GRID CAUDS REDUCE QUARTERBACKS TO 2 Chicago, (U.R) — The Chicago Cardinals cut their quarterbacks NOW! END THURS. PALACE LAMOUR • AMECHE JAN1S CARTER ••«•• Plus "Trouble Preferred" Opening Friday ROY ROGERS in "DOWN DAKOTA WAY" and ANN SOTHERN in "THE JUDGE STEPS OUT" SPECIALS WESTERN SHOW and FREE DANCE Wednesday, Sept. 21 THE BLUE RIDGE COWBOYS With Jcannie Joyce The Singing Cow Girl Presenting Their Radio and Stage Show VFWClub Brine' Your Membership Card ENJOY A TASTY SNACK After the Show at the EADMAR COFFEE SHOP Stop in today and get a roll or magazine of Kodachrome Film for your movie camera. We have 8mm. and 16mm. sizes in stock now. If you've never taken home movies, we'll be glad to show you how easy and how much fun they can be. Make it a point to come in and look over the latest Cine-Kodak Cameras and Accessories, and Kodascope Projectors — "Eights" for home . . "Sixteens" for larger movies in homes or auditoriums. Waterloo. There are many other fine frosh athletic prospects enrolled but the ones listed here are familiar names. combination of Goo Goo and Choo Choo. Dot's All, Brothers Johnny Pesky, the little Red Sox infielder, who has hit only 7 homeruns in 4 seasons, belted 2 in important games against the Yankees this season. . . . Frankie Sinkwich (remember him?) is coach and T-quarterback of an Erie, Pa., semi-pro football team this season and has 4 other former Georgia players woi'king for him. Genuine Russell Leather Moccasin Boots All leather moccasin type, boots that arc ideal for upland hunting*. JlX.95 16 Sizes 7 to 12 BAROMETERS Many Models $M.50 to Choose From .... /up Sheepskin INSOLES M Ifcl Game and Lake All Wool PLAID SHIRTS • Washable • Most Sizes 12 Others from $7.95 up Mail Orders Promptly Filled DECKER BROS. New York, (fP) — Two of t h e losing-est clubs in pro football, the Chicago Hornets and New York Bulldogs, seem to be coming up with new deals as well as new names this season. . . . The Hornets, formerly Rockets, have won 3 of 4 games so far, one more than their total victories for the past 2 seasons. . . . The Bulldogs, formerly the Boston Yanks, have lost 5 exhibition games to western National league clubs by a total of 36 points and feel they'll do somewhat better in league play in the east. ... In fact, Coach Charley Ewart thinks 2 of his tackles, Carl Vogelaar and John Nolan, are all-league possibilities and that's a good start for any team. The Seat of Trouble Starting the 1948 football season, Coach Blair Cherry decked out h;.s U. of Texas football players in flashy white nylon pants. . : . North Carolina promptly beat the same off of them. . . When it happened again in the Oklahoma game, the Longhorns discarded the new garb and finished out -a successful season. . . The Texans thought they had ended the jinx when they got away with wearing white instead of orange in the Orange Bowl, so they brought out the nylons again to start the 1949 season against Texas Tech. ... So in the 2nd quarter Bobby Dillon headed for the goal, Bobby Close, Tech back, made a grab for him and ripped the seat right out of Dillon's fancy pants. Dillon insists he wasn't brought down—it was just an embarrassed pause—but the Longhorns figure on going back to their old orange britches when they play Temple Saturday. ' Sports Before Your Eyes Word from Chicago is that Luke Appling, the fans' choice, can have the job of managing the White Sox any time he wants it— but he dosen't want it. ... Score one for television: George Mun- gcr, Penn football coach, plans to wear a regular suit on the bench this fall instead of the players uniform he has affected for years. . . . Horroble thought dcpt.— North Carolina has a sophomore wingback named Bob "Goo Goo" Gantt, who has been doing some fancy running. Imagine what the publicity guys will do with the RIVERSIDE BARN DANCE WILL BROADCAST OVER KICM ON Wed., Sept. 21 9:30 p. m. to 10 p. m. featuring RUSTY and his CEDAR VALLEY COWBOYS For booth reservations call 2002 Hey VETS! BIG FREE DANCE TONITE (Wednesday) BUDDY FISHER'S BAND * It's a Gala Nite at the ALL VETERANS' CLUB 1308 N. Federal Phone 770 Hrlns your membership carrt In a Vets' organization. Another Biff Free Dance Saturday Night TONITE - WED. LYNN KERNS Closed Thurg. Until Next Season FRI. - SYL MALLEK SAT. - DELL CLAYTON SUN. - SEPT. BIRTHDATrT BALL Free Adm. (except tax) to all born duringr September LYNN KERNS IOWA S WONDER BALLROOM The Beautiful : S U R F ' NORTH SHORE CLEAR LAKE . FREE PARKING & CHECKING I FREE DANCE END "Gallant Blade" WED. "Walk a Crooked Mile" ETHEL BARRYMORE HDAGY CARWCHAEl PLUS "OUTLAW COUNTRY On Highway 18 Between Clear Lake and Mason City Adults 60c Children Under 12 FREE NOW SHOWING THRU THURSDAY ELEVEN, COLOR CARTOONS COMING SUNDAY Special Comedy The Three Stooges in "All Gummed Up" Rain or Clear Two Shows Nightly Starting: at 7 and 9 Matinee Wed. at 2 P. M. WED. - THURS. "RUSTT A LIFE" Ted Donaldson anil Club Wednesday, September 21 » The Eke Ridge Cowboys & w with JEANNIE JOYCE Presenting the popular Stage and Radio Show of Western Old Time and Popular Music, — {For V. F. W. Members) Ends Wed. - "You're My Everything" - In Color Dan Dailey - Ann Baxter STARTS PHOTOGRAPHED AGAINST ACTUAL BACKGROUNDS IN THE CANADIAN ROCKIES nun nnp womEn uniflinED RS we r^MliyiHilli! •-,'•; - Attention Legionnaires Here's Your Last Chance to Use Your 1949 Legion Card for a Real FREE DINNER Tomorrow Night (Thurs. =pt. 22) SPECIAL APPETIZING MENU Served From 5:30 to 7:30 Because of Free Dinner the dinin/r room will be closed to regular meals all day Wednesday. SPECIAL NOTICE: THERE WILL BE NO FREE DANCE TONIGHT Wednesday, September 21 Legionnaire Auxiliary will be holding: their meeting in the Ballroom, Wednesday night. Free Dance Friday and Saturday Nights LEGIONNAIRE CLUB RANDOLPH 317 North Federal Phone 2032 SPECIAL MIDN5TE SHOW SAT., SEPT. 24 — 11:30 P. M. All Tickets Only 60c Incl. Tax Mcrian Cooper's Amazing Adventure In The Unusual.

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