Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 27, 1970 · Page 18
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Kuemper 9 s Friday Foe- 8 Timet Herald, Carroll, fa. Tuesday, Oct. 27, 1970 Central Vaults Into Top 10 By Hit Associated Press Three defeats jumbled the lower reaches of the The Associated Press prep football poll this week, but did not dislodge any of the first six, headed by fast- closing Waterloo East. Sioux City Central, Kuemper High's Friday night opponent in Carroll, vaulted into the top 10 with a 42-20 romp past Sioux City East. The Little Maroons are closing in on their point-a-minute goal with an average of 40 points per game. The Trojans sailed by Fort Dodge 66-14 last Friday to solidify their top ranking and keep hot on the track of their fifth straight mythical state championship. East has now gone 45 games without a defeat. Des Moines Dowling (7-0) kept second after downing Des Moines Roosevelt 22-6 and running its unbeaten string to 37 games. Sioux City Heelan held third with its seventh straight big win, a 44-0 conquest of Sioux Falls, S.D., O'Gorman. Waterloo West, Cedar Rapids Washington and Harlan stayed four-five-six with one-sided wins. Mississippi Valley leader Wash­ ington humbled Muscatine 47-6; We9t out scored Ames 46-28; an Harlan blitzed Carroll 66-0. Indianoia (7-0) used its 27th straight win over a four-year period to move up a notch to seventh. South Tama (6-1), which had been ranked 12th, was a 15-0 victim of Indianoia Friday. Surprising Iowa City (6-1) AH Stops Quarry In 3rd; Wants Champ Frazier Next ATLANTA (AP) — Muhammad Ali is back and ready to meet champion Joe Frazier in a fight that should be an explosive climax to what has been several years of confusion, frustration and doubt in boxing's heavyweight division. "I'm ready to settle the title/'Ali said Monday night after disposing of tough Jerry Quarry in three rounds in All's first fight in 3 '/i years. "Quarry was much harder to fight than Joe Frazier will be," said the man who rose to the heavyweight championship as Cassius Clay and then was stripped of his title when he was convicted of refusing induction into the Army. "We're ready to fight him as goon as we can get rid of Foster and as soon as Clay can get ready," Frazier's manager, Yank Durham said in East Stroudsburg, Pa., where Frazier is training for a title defense against light heavyweight king Bob Foster in Detroit Nov. 18. Frazier did not see Ali's triumphant return, which was shown on closed circuit television, but he didn't go to sleep until he knew the result. Foster, who has a thunderous left hook could upset an Ali- Frazier fight. Another block could be Ali's conviction which drew a $10,000 fine and a five- year prison sentence. The conviction still is being appealed. Ali was a heavy favorite to win the historic fight at At­ lanta's old Municipal Auditorium, jammed with 5,100 people, but it was the manner in which he won it which showed that indeed he once again is a major force in boxing. From the opening bell of the scheduled 15-rounder until the fight was stopped at the end of the third round with blood gushing from Quarry's split left eyebrow, Ali was in complete command. Using his 5^-inch reach advantage and showing he had not lost his punching speed, Ali peppered Quarry with stinging left jabs and jolted him with left hooks and rights. It was a straight right in the third round that ripped open Quarry's eyebrow, a wound that required 15 stitches. "The guy I saw with Quarry was the same guy that fought Folley," said Ali's manager, Angelo Dundee. "I was amazed at what I saw." Ali, now 28, fought Zora Folley March 22, 1967 and won by a seven-round knockout. Ali's transformation from lee turer, actor and fast food impresario to a fighter that closely resembled himself ZVz years ago was truly amazing. Ali weighed 238 when he began training for the Quarry fight six weeks ago. Monday night he weighed 213%, just two more pounds than he weighed when he fought Folley and 16 pounds more than Quarry. | Ali's victory not only opened the way for him to get a crack at regaining the championship, which he points out he never lost in the ring, it opens the way for one of the most lucrative fights in history. Monday night's fight did more for Ali than just restore his pride. He figures to get more than a million dollars from his percentage while Quarry could end up with about $500,000. Ali had been guaranteed $200,000 against 42% per cent; Quarry $150,000 against 22% per cent. The only statistic announced was the sellout crowd of 5,100 in the Auditorium. There were no figures on the live gate or the gate from closed circuit television shown at 206 locations, with 900,000 seats in the United States and Canada. The bout also was beamed live to Europe, South America, Australia, Asia and the Soviet Union, with a delayed telecast to Great Britain. Winning the fight was termed by Ali "more than a win for a fighter—it was a social victory." This was a reference to his victory against the banishment imposed on him after his conviction. Ali saw plans for many fights fall through until Atlanta granted him a license. Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox publicly opposed the fight but could not legally stop it since it was municipally licensed. Georgia has no state boxing commission. Since being licensed to fight in Atlanta, Ali also has been granted a license by New York State. - The crowd, dotted with such Area Games Friday Games— Sioux City Central at Kuemper Carroll at Denison Harlan at Lake City Audubon at Sac City Jefferson at Perry Manning at Manilla Glidden-Ralston at Bayari Coon Rapids at Exira Guthrie Center at Scranton Ar-We-Va at Schleswig ^^^^^^^^ ^ ^ ^ personalities as actor Sidney Poitier, singer Dianna Ross, commedian Bill Cosby, baseball star Hank Aaron and fighter Jimmy Ellis, was solidly behind Ali and roared its approval of his victory, one of the most important and, for him, probably the most satisfying of his career. Ali's comeback fight was the 30th victory, 24th by knockout, in 30 fights since turning pro in 1960. While Ali's future is bright, the 25-yearJold Quarry's career is clouded. The fighting Irishman from California was outgunned from the start but he didn't want to quit. His trainer, Teddy Bentham, shouted to referee Tony Perez at the end of the third round that it had gone far enough. Perez then examined the cut, without calling a doctor, and stopped the fight. Quarry, threw his hands up in anger and started after Perez. His father, Jack Quarry, shouted, "If you go back in that ring you'll never fight again." pulled into eighth from 13th a week ago on a 54-0 romp over newcomer Dubuque Hempstead (0-6). Des Moines Lincoln and Sioux City Central, a pair of 61 clubs, shared ninth. Central jumped from 11th after a 42-20 win over Sioux City East, while Lincoln made its first appearance among the elite ten after a 32-0 blanking of Des Moines East (4-3). Lincoln made the biggest jump of the week, moving up eight places. The second ten was entirely revised from the previous week with three new members which were unranked the previous week and three teams which fell from the first ten. Council Bluffs Jefferson (6-1) topped the second ten. Tee Jay took a 31-13 loss last Friday at the hands of Omaha Ryan in a battle for first place ! in a division of the Iowa-Nebraska Metro Conference. Atlantic (7-0) was 12th after a 26-0 triumph over Shenandoah. Newcomers were three 7-0 un- beatens — Chariton (17th), Webster City (19th) and Belle Plaine (a tie for 20th with Clinton). Cedar Rapids Jefferson (4-2-1) was a big gainner, moving up four places to tie Davenport Assumption (5-1-1) for 13th. Five unbeatens were among the ten teams receiving votes but not placing among tihe first 20. Storm Lake, Treynor, Olds Waco and Emmettsburg had 7-0 marks, while Oelwein was 6-0-1 after a 6-& tie with Dyersville Beckman last weekend. 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Nagel said about six other Iowa players were at low par Monday as the result of injuries they received Saturday. The hour workout Monday ended with a 30 minute scrimmage between the reserves and the freshmen. The AP's Top Ten First-place votes, records parentheses 1. Waterloo East 15 (7-0) 191 2. Des Moines Dowling (7-0) 163 3. Sioux City Heelan (7-0) .. 157 4. Waterloo West (7-0) 147 5. Cedar Rapids Washington 1 (6-0-1) 145 6. Harlan (7-0) 96 7. Indianoia (7-0) 80 8. Iowa City (6-1) 33 9. Des Moines Lincoln (6-1) and Sioux City Central (6-1) 30 The Second Ten 11. Council Bluffs Jefferson (6-1): 12. Atlantic (7-0); 13. Cedar Rapids Jefferson (4-2-1) and Davenport Assumption (5-1-1); 15. Cedar Rapids Prairie (7-0) and Cedar Falls (4-3); 17. Chariton (7-0); 18. Ames (4-3); 19. Webster City (7-0); and 20. Clinton (4-3) and Belle Plaine (7-0). Others Receiving Votes Storm Lake (7-0); Anamosa (5-1-1); South Tama (6-1); Treynor (7-0); Lynnville-Sully (6-1); Oelwein (6-0-1); Emmettsburg (7-0); Marion (6-1); Cedar Rapids Regis (5-2) and Olds Waco (7-0). H#l| Paint Roller and Tray Set T Roller and Tray Set Special buy _ just in time, Big 7-inch Roller. Quantities limited at this price. CREATING Beautiful Rooms for the '70'% WBIIRLS Mil PARKWAY FURNITURE CARPET .. . DRAPERIES East of Carroll on Highway 30 We Congratulate Jerry L. Wilson who has qualified as a member of THE PREMIER CLUB Membership in Woodmen Accident and Life Company's Premier Club recognizes those District Managers who excel in providing financial security to their many friends and clients during their first year with the Company. Not only is this honor a tribute to the district manager's past achievements-it is an indication that the district manager is likely to merit even greater recognition in the future. So, won't you join us in congratulating Jerry L Wilton P.O. Box 853 Carroll, low* 51401 Richard D. Beck Agency Manager WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE A MUTUAl COMPANV»fSTAJUSHfD1S9<)»I.INCOW l NWIlASKA Texas New Leader In Grid Ranks By The Associated Press The Texas Longhorns, defending national champions, sneaked past Ohio State today into first place in The Associated Press college football poll. Texas, which trounced Rice 45-21 last weekend to run the nation's longest winning streak to 25 games, drew one less first- place vote than Ohio State—1615—but piled up 670 points to 664 for the Buckeyes, who had to come from behind in the second half to defeat Illinois 48-29. Some 38 sports writers and broadcasters across the country participated in the poll, which had Ohio State on top all season. The Longhorns, Buckeyes arid third-place Notre Dame all have 5-0 records. "This really does flabbergast me," enthused Coach Darrell Royal, who once said Texas could never be No. 1 unless every team in the Big Ten had been beaten. "It reailly surprises me," he added, "but it's a pleasant surprise." Then he asked with a chuckle, "This isn't the final poll, is it? Notre Dame's still right in. there and we have five games left." Besides Ohio' State, fifth- ranked Michigan also is an unbeaten Big Ten team. Notre Dame picked up four of the remaining seven first-place votes, with one apiece going to No. 4 Nebraska, No. 5 Michigan and No. 7 Air Force. All those teams retained last week's rankings, but Stanford climbed past Air Force from eighth to sixth after edging UCLA 9-7. Notre Dame was idle last weekend, while Nebraska crushed Oklahoma State 6531, Michigan whipped Minnesota 39-13 and Air Force trounced Boston 35-10. Rounding out the new Top Ten were Arkansas, Tennessee and Louisiana State, which were ninth, 11th and 14th, respectively, a week ago. Auburn, a 17-9 loser to LSU, fell from sixth to 12th and Southern California dropped Viking Defense Halts Rams, 13-3 MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL (AP) — Carl Eller simply explained that the Minnesota Vikings took the right attitude to the line of scrimmage on a game-turning goal line stand against the Los Angeles Rams. "We never doubt ourselves," said Eller, a 6-foot-6, 250-pound defensive end. "We realize the percentages. But we will never concede." The Rams, after Kermit Alexander's 49-yard return of • deflected pun*, had a first down on Minnesota's two with T T y v <r .w * Virginia Coach Looks Other Way Tn 85 -2 Runaway It looked as though a monumental upset might be in the making when Hampton Institute, which had lost 17 straight games, took a 2-0 lead oyer unbeaten Virginia. State. Final score: Virginia State 85, Hampton 2. Ten different players scored the touchdowns and three quarterbacks threw scoring passes. Coach Walt Lovett used every offensive back available and, late in the game* was spotted at the end of the bench hot even watching the action. "I don't like to be involved in anything like this," he said. from 10th to 18th after bowing to Oregon 10v7. ; The Second Ten consisted of Arizona State, Auburn, Mississippi, Sah Diego State, Pittsburgh, Oregon, Missouri, Southern Cal, UCLA and Northwestern. Last week it was Tennessee, Arizona State, Ole Miss,., LSU, Houston, UCLA, San Diego State, Pitt and Colorado and Toledo tied for 19th. The fop Twenty teams; with first-place votes in parentheses and total.points. Pointstabulat- ed on basis of 20-18-16-14-12-109-8-7 etc. ..' '. * . 1. Texas (15) 670 2. Ohio State (16), 664 3. Notre Dame (4) 619 4. Nebraska (1) 514 5. Michigan (1) 434 6. Stanford 380 7. Air Force (1) 359 8. Arkansas 285 9. Tennessee 238 10. Louisiana State 207 11. Arizona State 190 12. Auburn 167 13. Mississippi 145 14. San Diego State 43 15. Pittsburgh 42 16. Oregon 29 17. Missouri 26 18. South California' 22 19. UCLA 20 20. Northwestern 18 Duck and Geese Hunting Hours— (Central Standard Time) Oct. 28 — 6:45 a.m. to; 5:19 p.m. Oct. 29; p.m. Oct. 30; p.m. Oct. 31; p.m. v 6:46 a.m. to 5:18 6:48 a.m. to 5:16 6:48 a.m. to 5:15 19 seconds left in the first half and the Vikings leading 10-0 in a r a I n y, muddy National Football League game Monday night. First, Les Josephson got a yard in the middle. Roman Gabriel got a few inches on a quarterback sneak. And Gabriel was smothered in the middle again on third down as time ran out for the second time of the half, and the Vikings finished up with a 13-3 victory in the Monday night television game. The Rams actually got an extra down after Gabriel's second down thrust over right tackle and no time on the scoreboard clock. But referee Fred Silva ruled that the Vikings did not unpile in time, and gave Gabriel another down. But it made little difference. Alexander actually thought he had put six points on the board with his run after Willie Ellison stormed into get a hand on Tom McNeill's punt. Jim Lindsey tackled him at the two. "I thought I was over," said Alexander. "I should have tried to elude Lindsey, but I was worrying about a fumble." Alexander had cause for worry. The Rams lost four of seven fumbles and Vikings turned two of them into 10 points. Ram return man Alvin Haymond dropped a punt on the Ram 18 in the first period, and Kent Kramer recovered for the Vikings. Bill Brown slipped between guard and tackle, sped up the middle of the field and took Gary Cuozzo's 17-yard touchdown pass in the end zone for a 7-0 edge. Rams' running back Larry Sniith fumbled in the second period, Alan Page picked it up at the Los Angeles 22 and ran to the 14. Fred Cox kicked a 13-yard field goal. Dave Ray kicked a 23-yard field goal for the Rams in the third period, but Cox booted a 25-yarder for the Vikings in the final quarter. The Vikings held the Rams to 100 yards total offense, 34 rushing, and piled up 146 rushing of their own against the team that had led the NFL in defensing the run. Bill Brown led Minnesota's ground attack with 62 yards and became the 13th player in NFL history to surpass the 5,000-yard mark in rushing. Dave Osborn added 58 yards. The victory gave the Vikings a 5-1 record and sends them into Detroit next Sunday to meet the Lions, also 5-1, for the Central Division lead of the National Conference. Los Angeles, dropping to second with a 4-2 record in "the West behind San Francisco's 4-1-1, plays at New Orleans. WEST IS BEST ROBERT D. RAY Candidate for Reelection as Governor of Iowa ARTHUR A. NEU Candidate for State) Senate Carroll, Crawford and Monona Counties DEAH WEST Candidate for State Representative for Carroll County •nd East Crawford County TWi rtOTKTIHC HAHO THE WINNING TEAM Vote Republican This ad sponsored and paid for by the Carroll County Republican Central Committee

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