Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 22, 1949 · Page 14
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Big Ten Authorities Favor Loop Crown to Bowl Play By ED SAINSBURY Chicago, (U.R)—Big Ten football [authorities agreed Wednesday that [while the chance to play in the [Rose Bowl may be important, the •midwest teams prize most highly Jthe conference grid championship. A United Press survey of •coaches and athletic directors TJIbrought nearly a unanimous an'" Iswer that the Big .Ten crown was Ifar more highly prized than the [post season bowl spot. Only 3 officials, Coach Bennie jOosterbaan of Michigan, Coach (Ivy Williamson of Wisconsin and Athletic Director Fritz Crisler of Michigan declined to state which they wanted most, the conference title or the bowl bicl. "The most important thing to us is winning the Big Ten title in football and in other sports as often as we can," Coach Ray Eliot of Illinois said. "I do not believe going to the Rose Bowl is more imoortant than a Big Ten title." Harry Stuhldreher, former Wisconsin coach and now athletic director, said he would not oppose Badger participation in the bowl but that the decision would be made by the university athletic board. Coach Wes Fesler of Ohio State said he "would vote that the Big Ten champs go to the Rose Bowl each -year if one team had to go 5 years in succession," while the Buckeyes' Athletic Director Dick Larkins said the pact should be changed so that only the first or 2nd place team could go, and no team twice in a row. Athletic Director Paul Brechler of Iowa said, he didn't want to "start an argument" at present and that the question undoubtedly would be taken up at the next conference meeting. Dodgers, Cords Open 3-Gome Series Riegel Favored as Play Starts in Western Amateur St. Louis, (/P)—Defending Champion Robert "Skee" Riegel was definitely the favorite as match play got going in the 47th Weste r n Amateur golf tournament Wednesday. Riegel, who gets his mail at Upper Darby, Pa., but represents the Tulsa, Okla. T Country club, didn't play for the medal in the two 18- hole qualifying rounds completed Tuesday. However, his bonafide practice stretch was better than any of his competitors. John "Pick" Wagner, 35-year- old -auditor 'from Wilmette, 111., won the medal with a 145, 3 over par, on the 6,505-yard Bcllerive Country club course." Riegel, who played the round and putted out every hole, made the outgoing 9 in 36, even par, and came in 2-under-33. Wagner tacked a 36-35—71 Tuesday to his opening 74. Clancy Miller, Atchison, Kans., automobile dealer, had a 71 Monday, but had to settle for-76 and 147 Wednesday. It was good for runner- up medal honors. Bo Winninger, Stillwater, Okla., Jack Geiss, St. Louis, the Missouri state champion, and H. W. Hardin, Contenders in Both Leagues Win Tuesday ByMlALPH RODEN Associated Press Sports Writer The knock down, drag out battle being waged by the St. Louis Cardinals and the Brooklyn Dodgers for the National league pennant comes to a head Wednesday. The arch rivals open a 3-game series in St. Louis. .The pennant-hungry foes will clash twice Wednesday, once in the afternoon and again at night The 3rd game will be played under the lights Thursday. The combatants tuned up Tuesday for their vital series with victories. The Cards knocked ofC the Philadelphia Phils 7-5 and the Dodgers sacked the Chicago Cubs 5-0 to remain a game and a half behind the Reclbirds. Cleveland Eliminated The important National league series takes the spotlight away from the American league where the New York Yanks lead by 3 .games. The Yanks turned back Chicago 3-1 Tuesday while the runner-up Boston Red Sox eliminated Cleveland's defending champion Indians from conten- The Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Tet. G.B. St. Louis ..... . U 1 ! 52 .(Kttl ---- Hrooklyu ..... . !>1 r>4 .li'iX 11 2 I'hiladclphla .. .77 (ill .52-7 IU Boston ..... . 71. 74 .l!)0 21'.!: New York ... . li« 7.'» .17!) 2:1 Fillsbiirgh ... . «3 «l Cincinnati ... . 5H K~, Chicago ....... . 57 HK . TUESDAY RESULTS St. Louis 7; rhiladelphia 5. Brooklyn 5; Chicago 0. Boston 4; Pittsburgh 2. (On))' games scheduled.) THURSDAY SCHEDULE Boston at Pittsburgh (night). New York at Cincinnati 12>. Philadelphia at Chicago. Brooklyn at St. Louis (night) AMERICAN LEAGUE / W. L. I New York ............. !>- .-I3H :!!» .4110 331* .3'J3 315Vj Joe DiMaggio in Bed After Grippe Attack New York, (/P)—Joe DiMaggio, $90,000-a-year New York Yankee outfielder, was confined' to his hotel room Wednesday with a se- Conference Standings DIG SIX W. Fort Dodge 1 Easl DCS Monies I) Mason Cily " Tasl Waterloo II West Waterloo 0 North DCS Moiucs (I NORTHEAST IOWA Dccorah I,. Vet. II 1.1100 II .01)0 .011(1 .(I IK) .11UU Major League ' Legders AMERICAN LEAGUE G. AR R. 11. Pet, Williams, Boston . llli 5:18 U4 IKK .330 Kcll. Detroit nilHngcr, St. L. !I7 171 Ml i::o utt 130 r>17 i IHMaggio, Boston I3<> fi<>« 121 177 .311 73 181 .30!) .Ml.') !>ct. G.B. Boston Detroit Detroit Philadel Chicago . . St. I>ouis Washington TUESDAY KESULTS New York :!; Chicagti I. Boston 5; Cleveland -. riiilaclcluhia «; Detroit <i. St. Louis ].">; Washington <i. T11UKSI1AV SCHEUULK Now York at Washington (night). (Only game scheduled.) vei;e attack of grippe, a club spokesman announced. The baseball star has not played since last Saturday. He developed a cold and fever following New York's 5-4 defeat of the Detroit Tigers and was sent to bed. DiMaggio's illness caused concern in the Yankee management because of the American league pennant race and the approach of the World Series. New York holds 7H «K !.-!:! i IsV a 3-game lead over Boston and "' meets the Red Sox at Boston on Saturday for the first of 5 games that will decide the league championship. The World Series starts Oct. ^ DiMaggio's illness is the latest of the misfortunes that have dogged him this year. He was unable to play until midseason because of a bone spur on his heel. Waverly diaries City .. Oclweln Cellar Falls . . New Hampton Osagc .... . ill) iiS .(i'il a Kl l!3 .310 HI Ml iiO Algona Clear Lake . Ckirion ...:.. Hampton . ... Facie Grove . lluinbotdt Webster City own -Falls NORT I CENTRAL ., t n,m i Mitchell. Clevel'd. 138 5US " llllu " ! Michaels, Chicago 14J MS 7(1 I NATIONAL LEAGUE G. AR K. Robinson, lir'klyn 147 f.lil Slaughter, St. L. . Ill 521 , 111A i Musial, S(. Louis . 14(i fir.! •„"! (Thomson. N. Y. . ltd liO'J 0 l.UUO 0 I .DUO 0 l.OflU 1 .5110 1 .OIIU 103 .3D!) .ODD 0 1.000 also of St. Louis, each posted 75's for 3rd place medal tie of 148. Riegel was paired with James Johnson of St. Louis, who qualified with 162, in the first match. Johnny Jacobs of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, qualified with 152 to get a first round match with Joseph Switzer of St. Louis. HAWKEYE CAGE PRACTICE WILL BEGIN ON OCT. 3 , Iowa City, (/P)—Opening practice for the Iowa basketball squad Mwill be Oct. 3, Coach Pops Har; -i jrison has announced. With the ' lexception of a few players on the ; ; : jfootball squad, the entire var- ^fsity squad will practice a few times weekly until daily drills begin,, he said. Iowa's 22-game schedule starts here Dec. 1. BENDIX SAVES CLOTHES M. H. & B. Inc. Marslon-Hosteller and Brown Bendix Dealer Since VMS 22-24 First S. E. Phone 1488 St. Paul Ousted in Association Playoffs; Indians, Millers Tied By the Associated Press Pennant-winning St. Paul is out of the American Association playoffs. Milwaukee routed the Saints Tuesday night 15-6 to take the semi-final round, 4 games to 3. The other section of the best of 7 series, between Minneapolis and Indianapolis, was to be settled Wednesday night in the Millers' park. The Indians, who lost the first 3 games, squared the match at' 3-all Tuesday night with a 3rd successive victory 7-6.. CORW1TH BASEBALL TEAM DEFEATS GOLDFIELD 4-1 Goldfield—The strong Corwith baseball team defeated Goldfield 4-1 in a high school game here Tuesday afternoon. Corwith's Donnie darken limited the hosts to 3 hits. B, Shipman laced a triple and single for Corwith. K U P P E N H E I M E * r 1876 YOU'LL FIND YOUR SHARKSKIN A TOWER OF STRENGTH I it's a Kuppenheimer Back again, finer iJian ever! Kuppenheimer's Sharkskin Is ideal for busy men who give a suit grueling wear, yet must alw'ays look tops. Cable- twisted fabrics give this smooth-finished suit maximum strength. You won't find a better buy, whatever your purse, whatever your size long-wearing crease-holding •shape-retaining 'shineproof colorful distinctive thrifty m regular long ihorl llli pertly Haul long ihorl *loul stout ON FEDERAL From $75 'An investment in good appearance is more important today than ever THEIPHUB tion 5-2. Big Don Newcombe (15-7) has been nominated to pitch the day game for Brooklyn against the Cards' Max Lanier (4-3). Preacher Roe (13-5) has been selected to work the night game for the challenging Dodgers against Harry "The Cat" Brecheen (13-9). Lean Jack Banta pitched the Dodgers to victory over Chicago. He blanked the Cubs on 5 hits in. besting Dodger - Tamer Johnny Schmitz. Brooklyn broke a scoreless tie with 2 out in the sixth o n singles by Ed Miksis, Carl Furillo, walks to Jackie Robinson and Gil BANTA Hodges and a 2-run single by Luis Olmo. The Dodgers added 2 more markers in the 8th, Robinson stealing home to climax the rally. Cub Catcher Mickey Owen vigorously pro- I tested Umpire Art Gore's decis- 1 ion on Robinson. Owen bumped Gore to the ground and was tossed out of the game along with Cub Manager Frankie Frisch. The Cards ran up a 6-1 lead in 5 innings against Ken Heintzelman but the Phils roared back and cut the deficit to 6-5 in the 7th. The Cards picked up their final run in the bottom of the 7th and .Reliefer Gerry Staley kept the Phils away from home the rest of the way. Musial Pulls Muscle Stan Musial, star Card outfielder, pulled a leg muscle running out a triple during the Cards' 3-run 5th and retired from the game. A club spokesman said that Musial is expected to play against the Dodgers Wednesday. • Allie Reynolds and Joe Page teamed up to pitch the Yanks to victory over the White Sox. Reynolds, who left for a pinchhitter in the 7th, gained his 17th victory- Lefty Bob Kuzava allowed the Yanks 3 hits but he walked 10 and the free tickets cost him the game. The Yanks scored twice in the 2nd on a single, double, ground out and wild pitch. Kuzava forced home the 3rd run in the 7th when he walked Billy Johnson with the bases loaded. Parnell Wins 24th Lefty Mel Parnell turned in his 24th victory in besting Bob Lemon, Cleveland's 20-game winner. Lemon held the Red Sox hitless until the 6th, when Parnell started a 5-run rally with a single. Parnell moved to 2nd on a bunt and scored on a single by Johnny Pesky. Lemon then walked Ted Williams and V e r n Stephens to load the bases. Bobby Doerr forced Pesky at the. plate but Al Zarilla and Billy Goodman followed with 2-run doubles to clinch the game. The Philadelphia Athletics turned back the Detroit Tigers 8-6 on Pete Suder's 3-run 8th inning homer. Rookie Roy Sievers drove in 6 runs to lead the St. Louis Browns to a 15-6 night game triumph over Washington. The Boston Braves downed the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-2 in the National's only night game with a 3-run rally in the 9th. Probable Pitchers . AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland (Garcia l:t-,'.) at lioston (Kramer 5-8>. Chicago (Pierce 7-15) at New York (Byrne I5-7). Detroit (Houttcmnn I l-'J) at Philadelphia <Colcman 13-I3). S(. Louis (Fannin 8-12) at Washington (Weik 1-12)— (night). NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn (Newcombe .15-7 nnd Roe 13-5) at St. Louis (nrechecn !•!-!> and Lanier j-3)—(lay-night dnublchtadcr. New York (.lanscn 13-15 and Kosln !)-!»> at Cincinnati OVchmcicr 11-10 and Fov )!-!«)—i games. Philadelphia (Meyer 14-8 and Roberts 15-11) at Chicago (Lade 4-5 and Hacker 5-7)—2 games. Boston (Voiscllc 7-7) at Pittsburgh (Wcrlc 11-11)—(night). HANLONTOWNWINS 10-1 OVER PLYMOUTH CLUB Hanlontown—Jensen, Hanlontown high school pitcher, hurled a no-hit game here Tuesday as his club defeated Plymouth 10-1. He registered 16 strikeouts in the game. Hanlontown collected 9 hits in the game. CRYSTAL LAKE CLUB DRUBS HAYFIELD 22-0 Crystal Lake—Crystal Lake defeated the Hayfield high school baseball team 22-0 here Tuesday afternoon in a 6-inning game. Forrest Burres pitched 2-hit ball for the winners. NORTH IOWA [iulinond ... Norlhwood Buffalo Center Forest City ... Garner Lake Mills Britt CORN BOWL St. Ansgar Nora Springs Nashua Greene .001) .mm .onn Kluszcwski, Cin'ti 123 IK8 IIOMER.UNS Kincr, Pirates Williams, Red Sox Stephens, Ked Sox U. Pet UU IU5 .S4( siu nn .34' 121 Ifll .33 !I5 187 .31 (IS 130 .307 DC 40 Sept. 21, 1949 17 City Qlobe-Gaxetle, Mai on City, U. Musial, Cards Olio ' Sauer, Cubs . . - .. - . . '(Kin ! RUNS BATTUU IN .0110 i Williams, Bed Sox .(100 I Stephens, Red Sox ] Wcrtz, Tigers p Robinson, Dodgers I) 1.0(11) Kiner, Pirates 33 "8 ..353 .. ISO 110 11!) 1.0(111 ].IIDII ' .001) .11(111 .mm .01)0 Ricevillc .................... « Manly ...................... " Rockford ................... *> U 1.1101) (I 1.001) II l.OOU 0 .01)0 1 .000 .(10(1 .001) Lions Win Final Game Bancroft—The Bancroft Lions finished their baseball season Sunday by defeating the House of David 18-3 as John Menke, Jack Dudding and Cletuz Seltz homered for the winners. Pep Successfully Defends Crown in Featherweight Class Waterbury, Conn., (/P) — Offers poured in on Featherweight Champ Willie Pep Wednesday after his easy 7-round kayo triumph over Eddie Compo. Unlike the savage scrap in which he recaptured the title from Sandy Saddler last February, Wily Willie emerged unmarked Tuesday night. Al Weill, matchmaker of the In- ;ernational Boxing Club of New York offered Pep 3 opponents for Madison Square Garden bouts and ou Viscusi, Pep's manager, said he was considering another for a title fight at St. Louis. Weill wants Willie to fight either the winner of Friday's Terry Young - Enrique Bolanos scrap; Maxie Docusen or Ray Famechon, the European champ from France who is due here soon. It would be a non-title fight on either Oct. 28 or Nov. 11. The crown defense would be made against Charley Riley, St. Louis Negro. Viscusi said he could not be any more definite than that right now. Nothing was said about a 3rd Pep - Saddler punchfest. That would be a real pay night. For his victory over Compo, a :ormer sparring partner whom Pep polished off in 41 seconds of :he 7th, Willie scored financially, :oo. The uneven match drew a surprisingly large crowd of 10,722 for a gross of $39,931. Compo, who. weighed 124i to 126 for the champ, just wasn't in Willie's league. Sports Calendar WEDNESDAY — (baseball) Rudd at Holy Family, East park, time 4. THURSDAY—(baseball) St; Joseph's at Rockwell. FRIDAY—(football) West Waterloo at Mason City, time 8. Mason City junior college at Waldorf, Forest City. SATURDAY—(baseball) Sectional tournament play begins. SUNDAY — North Central Iowa Rod and Gun field day. JUST OFF STATE Tedore to Help Coach Iowa Frosh Gridders Iowa City, (/P) — John . Tedore, who was graduated from the University of Iowa Jast June, has been named part-time Hawkeye freshman football assistant. Tedore, who won 3 football and 4 baseball letters at the university, will assist Frc-shman Coach Leonard Raffenspergcr. 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