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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1949
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18 Sept. 21, 1949 ftson City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, la. Announce Rules for Reciprocal Hunting on Mississippi Des Moines, (U.R)—The state conservation commission said Wednesday Iowa • hunters who wish to take advantage of the reciprocal agreement between Iowa and Illinois to hunt ducks on the Illinois side of the Missippi river channel, may do so between Nov. 4 and Nov. 29. The commission said, however, the agreement between the 2 states does not allow any other hunting privileges along the river. The agreement only allows hunters of both states to hunt on either side of the channel when the waterfowl season is open in both states. • Thus, the commission pointed out, hunters of either state wishing to hunt on the opposite side of the channel at any other time must buy non-resident licenses in the other state. Without the nonresident license, Iowa hunters may not hunt on the Illinois side of the channel until the Illinois season opens and Illinois hunters may not hunt on the Iowa side when the Iowa season is closed. The Iowa waterfowl season runs from Oct. 21 through Nov. 29 and he Illinois season from Nov. 4 through Dec. 13. Big 7 Grid Team Limited to 2 Hours of Drills Each Day Ames, (U.R)—Starting with the opening of classes Wednesday, Big Seven rules limit the Iowa State football team to 2 hours of daily practice. Coach Abe Stuber, pointing toward the game at Illinois Saturday, took advantage of the last day before the deadline to work his charges 2i hours Tuesday. The Cyclones concentrated on their'aerial offense, but also practiced some running plays. Most of the players appeared to be in top physical condition. HAVE POLIO BENEFIT Thornton—Receipts totaled $110 at a benefit softball game played here for the polio fund. Former army and navy vets participated in the game. PeeWee Reese, brilliant Dodger shortstop and team captain, is the only member of the team who was around when Brooklyn met the Yankees in the 1941 World Series. I HEAR THE I University of Iowa FOOTBALL GAMES Broadcast Over KSMN ON YOUR DIAL AT 1010 By Sportscaster Gene Shumate Direct From Stadium, Home or Away Every Sat. at 1:00 P. M. FIRST GAME SATURDAY, SEPT. 24 IOWA vs. U. C. L. A. This Sports Event Presented By LAPINER MpTOR CO. PEOPLES' GAS & ELECTRIC CO. COOL SPRING CANNING CO. Slight Hope for Big Year at Wisconsin Madison, Wis., (U.R)—"Wisconsin hits the Big Ten gridiron this fall under new Coach Ivy Williamson, but barring some kind of miracle, the Badgers don't seem destined for much glory. Williamson inherited a last place conference team from Harry Stuhldreher, who resigned under heavy criticism to devote full time to his job as athletic, director. And Williamson found the Badgers faced with a back-breaking schedule which includes only one team which might be rated a "soft-touch." That would be Marquette, but the Milwaukee school always is geared high for its traditional battle with Wisconsin. Rough Schedule The Badgers then meet Illinois, California, Navy, Ohio State, Indiana, Northwestern, Iowa and Minnesota—a schedule that not even a Notre Dame or a Michigan would greet with smiles. Ohio State, Northwestern and Minnesota are rated as 3 of the 4 teams to beat in the Big Ten. Williamson's troubles are numerous. He has serious problems at quarterback and end, his squad lacks depth and speed, and most of his faster backs are small and brittle. Also he has yet to find a consistent punter and passer. Plaits Open Game He plans a wide-open game, if he can find the material. He has shifted last year's number one quarterback, Lisle Blackbourn, to fullback to utilize his running and passing ability and give Bob Petruska a chance to work at quarterback. Petruska passed well at times last fall and Williamson thinks he might be the answer. However, Sophomore John Coatta looks better at quarter now, main- participated in Wake Forest Rated as Best I Huntley to Drive Club in Southern Conference '" "'" cl ' mbn ?* Dubuque Sunday By ROBERT L. MOORE Richmond, Va., (fP)— Wake Forest's Deacons stand out like coach D. C. "Peahead" "Walker's fancy shirts and ties. It would cause only a mild surprise if the Deacons succeed Clemson's Tigers as gridiron champions of the Southern conference. Of course, that may raise an eyebrow or 2 in the peaceful village of Chapel Hill, N. Car., where years. Wade thinks Wyigback Jack Friedlund and Tackle Louis Allen may go places. Maryland—The main cog in the Old Liners' will' be a tackle, Ray Krouse, 245-pounder. Joe Tucker replaces Vic Turyn at quarterback in Coach Jim Tatum's split"We'll have a Coach Quinn T. Taturn says, good year. . . The Citadel All - America Halfback Charlie "Choo-Choo" Justice is back ,10 guide North Carolina's Tar Heels for another campaign. Holes in Line The Tar Heels, though, have been left with some gaping holes in the line and backfield, which Coach Carl Snavely will have to plug with untested sophomores. The prognosticates have it that the tight-lipped Snavely won't be able to field near the club that lost to Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl. In fact, the 16-team loop may end the season something like this—• 1—Wake Forest. 2—William and Mary. 3—Clemson. 4—North Carolina. The Deacons will have to depend on some sophomores themselves. But what sophomores they are! Walker has some fast breakaway backs in William "Nub" Smith, labeled by many as another Justice; Francis Scarton, Johnny Solek and Charles <'Bozo" Robertson. This 1949 Deacon outfit likely will be the fastest Wake Forest eleven in a decade. Plenty of Stars Forming the backbone will be Bill Gregus, halfback, who led the nation in kickoff returns and pranced 717 yards in 143 thrusts last season for an average of 5 Decker figures his team will be the best since the war. Triple- threater Curtis Bozeman is the big hope. Charles Huntley of Mason City will compete Sunday at Dubuque in the national motorcycle hill climb. Huntley will compete in the 80-cubic inch novice class. Only 20 riders are eligible in each class for the Sunday competition and Huntley currently has a 6th place national rating in his division. He has been active this summer an'd has meets held copped firsts in at Minneapolis, Davidson—The one of the best Wildcats have passers in the country in Auburn Lambeth. Otherwise, Coach Charlie Jamerson is depending mostly on sophomores. South Carolina—If the Gamecocks can muster some defense, they may be dangerous. Fine backs include Harold Hagan, Roger Wilson, Steve Wadiak, Bishop Strickland and Harry De Loach. The line is a question mark. • George Washington — Handy Andy Davis, a sophomore, does just about everything a great back should do. Except for Andy, the Colonials will have to prove Rochester, Minn., Canton, S. Dak., Brainard, Minn., and Boone. He grabbed a 2nd at Mankato, Minn., 3rds at Vinton, Iowa Falls and Sioux Rapids and a 4th at Rock Island, 111. themselves. Virginia Military Institute- and Petruska ly because he spring practice didn't. Leading halfback candidates are Jim Embach and Gwynn Christensen, both veterans and both capable of going the distance at times. Captain Bob Wilson will bulwark the line as usual. Wilson, one of the nation's best line backers last year, has been shifted to offensive end and seems to be working out fairly well. At the other end it probably will be veteran Hal Haberman, who reported late, or Minor Letterman Charley Halvorsen. Tackles probably will be Ken Huxhold and Bill Albright, Guards Bill Gable and Don Knauffe and Center Joe Kelly. All are major lettermen with at least one year of experience and Williamson fervently hopes that last year',s seasoning will pay off. yards per carry; John "Red" O'Quinn, right end, who topped the nation's pass receivers with Passin' Bob Thomason is gone. So are 12 other lettermen. The Keydets have a new coach in Tom Nugent. They may be in for a rough campaign. University of Richmond — The Spiders lack depth at all forward wall posts. In the backfield they will have to develop a passer and a kicker. Washington and Lee — George Barclay, former line coach at Maryland, is the new boss of the Generals. He'll install the split-T. T. Furman—The Purple Hurricane is still in the building process under Coach Herman E. "Red" Smith. Hqwkeyes to Have Fall Baseball Drills Iowa City—It's about 6 months before the opening of the 1950 baseball schedule, but Coach Otto Vogel of the University of Iowa next Monday will rally his varsity squad for fall practice, he said Tuesday. Equipment will be issued Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The players will work outdoors as long as good weather, continues. From the 1949 team which shared the Big Ten championship, Coach Vogel must replace some players and the fall drill will give the sophomores a chance to work into the Hawkeye 'system. Some 13 major letter-winners probably will be available next spring, but the team will miss such players as Pitchers Jack Bruner and Wes Demro, Outfielder John Tedore, and Third Baseman Keith Kafer. Ed Browne of Des Moines, catcher, is captain of the 1950 squad. FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press Wilerbury, Conn.— Willie Pep, T20, Hartford, stopped Eddie Compo, 12Hi, New Haven, 7 (title). Cincinnati—Wallace "Bud" Smith, 1S5, Cincinnati, knocked out Dan Bowman, 131H4, Asheviile, N. Car., 1. Jacksonville, Fla.—Danny Ruggerlo, 165, New York, stopped .Tohnny Black, 107, Fort Brag;, N. Car., 2. Honolulu—Mario Trljo, 187, Los Angeles, outpointed James Botelho, 135V4, Honolulu, 10. The University of Texas has had 7 undefeated football seasons: 1893, 1895, 1900, 1914, 1918, 1920 and 1923. THE FINEST AUTO BODY AND FENDER Repairing Service by Skilled and Experienced Men at John Gallagher, Inc. 22-24 3rd N. W. Phone 1144 IOWA FOOTBALL SPECIAL OVER THE MILWAUKEE ROAD IOWA-WISCONSIN FOOTBALL GAME SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12tK AT MADISON Leave Mason City . . . November 12th, Milwaukee station* at 7:00 A. M. Stops wilj be made at Charles City and New Hampton only if passengers wish to board. Arrive at Randall Stadium, Madison—one-half hour before game time. Leave Randall Stadium one-half hour after game time—arrive Mason City 10:30 P. M., Saturday, November 12th. 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The line will be bolstered by such veterans as Tackles Bill George and Tom Palmer, Guard Ray Cicia and End Jim Duncan and O'Quinn. William and Mary Coach R. N. "Rube" McHray is building around hard - plunging Jack "Flying" Cloud, a fine fullback who was injured last season and wasn't what he might have been. The Rube will operate with few seasoned reserves but the Tribe will be able to field a line averaging 215 pounds. Along the line are Tackle Lou Creekmur, Guards George Hughes and James McDowell and End Vito Ragazzo. Have Good Tailback There's gloom at Clemson in that Bobby Gage is gone. But Coach Frank Howard has a brilliant tailback in Ray Mathews and what he regards as the best best in fullbacks in Fred Cone, Gene Moore will be at center and John Poulos at left end. Howard's big problems are the guards and tackles, right end and those other 2 backfield slots. Clemson starts with a record of 14 successive victories. North Carolina lost 21 lettermen and 16 were stars in Snavely's "2-platoon" system. Only 9 players who saw considerable service on last year's squad are back. Justice, the terrific triplethreat, will be playing his 4th year. Art Weiner is around at end again to snatch Justice's passes. Two other ends, Ken Powell and place-kicking expert Bob Cox, are back. Bill Wardle is the only guard let- tex-man. Seasoned tackles just aren't there. Hosea Rodgers, passing fullback, is gone. Thumbnail sketches of the other clubs: North Carolina Slate — All- Southern Bernie Watts and Charlie Musser are back at the guards, and State will have one of the conference's best lines. The Wolf- pack needs only to prove itself offensively. Experienced backs are Ogden Smith, Ed Mooney, Bill Thompson, Jim O'Rourke. Dick Johnson, Bob Bowlby and Paul Carlson. Coach Bcattie Feathers is optimistic. Virginia Tech—Speedster Sterling Wingo should have his best year. Tech is strong at ends and in the backfield. 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