Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 3, 1970 · Page 16
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Biggest Tumble by Harlan FUNNY BUSINESS By Roger Bollen 4 Unbeatens Retain Prep Lead By The Associated Press Prep football playoffs are two years away in Iowa, but the season is going to have a big finish nonetheless as the top four members of The Associated Press poll clash in final games this weekend. Top-ranked Waterloo East will try for its fifth straight mythical state title Friday when it goes against No. 4 Waterloo West and No. 2 Dowling is pitted against No. ! 3 Sioux City Heelan Saturday. Those four unbeatens kept, their places in this week's poll, but a couple of upsets jumbled the rankings the rest of the way down. East made it 46 straight games without a loss in pounding Waterloo Columbus 40-0. Iowa City's 30-28 defeat of Cedar Rapids Washington vaulted the Little Hawks (7-1) into fifth from eighth and dropped Timet Herald, Carroll, la Tuesday, Nov. 3, 1970 Wash to seventh. The win also gave Iowa City the coveted Mississippi Valley title. Previously sixth-ranked Harlan (7-1) took the biggest tumble. The Cyclones dropped a 19-7 contest to unranked Lake City and fell all the way to a tie for 18th place with Clinton. Indianola, which is 8-0 for the season and a winner of 18 straight, moved up a notch to sixth after blanking Urbandale 34-0. Rounding out the top ten were Sioux City Central (7-1) in eighth and Des Moines Lincoln and Cedar Rapids Jefferson in a tie for ninth. Central gained a notch after a 12-6 win over Carroll Kuemper, while Lincoln (6-2) stayed ninth after losing only 14-8 to second-ranked Dowling. Jefferson (5-2-1) was up from 13th after belting Bettendorf Longhorns No .l for the Second Week By The Associated Press Six, five, four, three, two ... Notre Dame is moving up. One, two, three ... Ohio State is moving out. But there's still room at the top for the Texas Longhorns, who remained No. 1 for the second week in the Associated Press' college football pool Monday. Notre Dame's crack Irish troops have marched about a place a week since September, supplanting Ohio State as the No. 2 team. The Buckeyes, who were the front-runers until COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL For Longer Wear And Easy Care Durable Black Topping wears long, keeps all maintenance chores to a minimum. It's ideal for commercial, residential and even industrial use. Isn't there a job we can h-»!p you with? FREE ESTIMATES Paving Excavating Grading CARROLL ASPHALT PRODUCTS 792-3756 Carroll, or 26'-3732 Denisor bumped by Texas two weeks ago, retreated tp third. The Fighting Irish's tall story doesn't impress Coaclh Ara Par- segfoian, Who insists it's a long, long time from September to November. "It (the poll) has no effect on us now," he said. "We're more interested in the polls in late November (at the end of the regular season). Notre Dame won its sixth in a row last Saturday by staggering helpless Navy 56-7, and Par- segthian was accused in some quarters of ruining up the score. But Navy Coach Rick Forzano wouldn't buy it. "It could have been much worse," said Forzano, "I talked to Ara after the game and told him I realized they could have put the ball in the air more, and that I appreciate that they didn't. He didn't run the score up. He was as fair as fair can be." Sponts writers and broadcasters around tihe country 'handed 20 first place votes to Texas for a total of 701 points, a fingertip 17-point lead over Notre Dame's 684. Ohio State had 617 in the too-elose-for-comfort race. Texas shut down quarterback Ohuck Hixson'is Magnificent Flying Machine in beating Southern Methodist 42-15 over the weekend and Ohio State slapped Northwestern 24-10. Nebraska, Michigan and Stanford stayed 4-5-6 with impressive weekend victories, Arkansas and Tenessee enach moved up a spot to seventh and eighth, Air Force slumped from seventh to ninth and Auburn rounded out the top ten. The Top Twenty teams, with first-place votes in parentheses and total points. Points tabulated on basis of 20-18-16-14-12-10-98 etc.: Texas (20) Notre Dame (12) Ohio State (5) Nebraska Michigan (2) Stanford (1) Arkansas Tenessee Air Force Auburn Louisiana State Arizona State Mississippi San Diego State Toledo UCLA Dartmouth Houston Alabama Syracuse One Point Clarified in Controversial Play KANSAS CITY (AP) - The storm of controversy over Oakland's 17-17 pro football tie with Kansas City continued today but there was clarification on one major point: Oakland's Ben Davidson was justified in tackling Kansas City quarterback Len Dawson, the incident which touched off a wild melee with only a minute remaining in Sunday's game. It was bhe maner in which Davidson tackled Dawson Area Games Friday Games— Atlantic at Kuemper Carroll at Jefferson Sac City at Harlan Lake City at Denison Audubon at Perry Ar-We-Va at Manning East Greene at Coon Rapids Griswold at Exira Greenfield at Guthrie Center November 11 Game— Glidden-Ralston at Carroll ^^^^^^^^^^^ which caused referee Bob Finley to step off 15 yards against Oakland. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 701 684 617 506 476 418 315 282 279 241 232 160 120 67 26 21 13 11 10 9 Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture" is associated with Napoleon's retreat from Moscow. 6 Bowling News HITS & MISSES LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Vern's Drive-In 22 Drees Plbg. & Htg 20 Sharp's Florist 20 Wilt's Econowash 20 Old Home 19 Joe's Exec. Club 18 Moore Bros 17 Dolezal Ins. 16 Joe's Paint Center 12 Auburn Lockers 11 G-Mart 7 B.P. Feeds « High Ind. Single GameMen: Lyle Bernholtz 223 Kenny Hackett 206 Paul Oswald 202 Women: Joan Schleisman zui Joan Schleisman 199 Linda Lasher -. 198 High Ind. Three Games— Men: Kenny Hackett S63 Paul Oswald 552 Lyle Bernholtz 539 Women: Joan Schleisman 542 Elva Bernholtz 539 Joan Huegerich 510 High Team Single Game— Moore Bros 792 Vern's Drive-in 775 Vern's Drive-In 737 High Team Three Games— Vern's Drive-in 2212 Moore Bros 2154 Joe's Exec. Club 2134 A HEADY HOME RUN DENVER (AP)—Tom Grieve, outfielder for the Denver Bears, hit what old timers call the strangest home run ever seen in Mile High Stadium. Rightfielder Jim Nettles of Evansville leaped high for a long shot off Grieve's bat. The ball struck Nettles on the head and bounced into the right field stands. The fight started after Dawson ran 19 yards to the Oakland 29. Davidson jumped on Dawson, and wide receiver Otis Taylor of the Chiefs jumped on Davidson and started swinging both fists. At first, it was believed Davidson piled on Dawson after the quarterback was tackled. Films show that Dawson had not been tackled but stumbled to bhe ground when he tripped over one of his own players. When Taylor dived into Davidson, he drew a 15-yard penalty, offsetting the Davidson penalty, nullifying the play and returning the ball to the original scrimmage line. After order was restored eight or 10 minutes later, the Chief's had to kick, and the Raiders moved to Kansas City's 41-yard line on Daryle Lamonica's passing. With three seconds left, George Blanda tied the game with a 48-yard field goal. The game's outcome was extremely important. Oakland's tie lifted it into first place in the American Football Conference's West Division. A Kansas City victory would have elevated bhe Chiefs into a tie for first with Denver. As it turned out, Kansas City remained in third place. 35-0. Unbeaten Atlantic headed the second ten followed by another 8-0 team — Chariton. Atlantic gained a place by rolling to a 42-7 triump over Red Oak and Chariton moved from 17th on the strength of a 36-8 defeat of Albia. Two perfect 8-0 teams, Webster City and Storm Lake, were big gainers among the second ten. Webster City moved to 14th from 19th after a 22-8 decision over Iowa Falls and finishes it season Friday against 17th-rated Ames. Storm Lake took over 16th after being among the other team receiving votes last week. The Tornadoes blanked previously unbeaten Emmetsburg 26-0 last Friday. Unbeatens Oelwein (7-0-1), Treynor (8-0) and Waco Olds -0) headed the eight teams that received pol votes but did not rank among the top 20 teams. Ex-Pro Levels Player Charges The AP's TOP TEN First-place votes, records in parentheses 1. Waterloo East 15 (8-0) 191 2. Des Moines Dowling (8-0) 160 3. Sioux City Heelan 1 (8-0) 154 4. Waterloo West (8-0) 144 5. Iowa City (7-1) 124 6. Indianola (8-0) 80 7. Cedar Rapids Washington (6-1-1) 83 8. Sioux City Central (7-1) (6-2) 10, Des Moines Lincoln (6-2) Cedar Rapids Jefferson (5-2-1) 46 48 46 34 The Second Ten 11. Atlantic (8-0); 12. Chariton 8-0; 13. Cedar Falls (6-2); 14. Webster City (8-0); 15. Council Bluffs Jefferson (6-2); 16. Storm Lake (8-0); 17. Ames (5-3); 18. Clinton (5-3) and Harlan (7-1); 20. elle Plaine (8-0). Others Receiving Votes Oelwein (7-0-1); Cedar Rapids Regis (5-2); South Tama (71); Treynor (8-0); Lynnville- Sully (7-1); Waco Olds (8-0); Anamosa (6-1-1) and Iowa City Regina (5-3). Matuszak is Free on Bond COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -John Matuszak, 20, a former University of Missouri football player, is free on $500 bond following his arraignment on a charge of felonious assault. A circuit court hearing is scheduled for Nov 10. Matuszak, of Oak Creek, Wis., a transfer from Fort Dodge, Iowa, Junior College, was dismissed from the team last week "for failure to meet acceptable standards of conduct." Matuszak, at 6-foot-7 and 260 pounds, the largest man on the MU team, is accused of beating an airman from Las Cruces, N.M. at a fraternity party following the Colorado game Oct. 24. The serviceman, William W. McClellan, 5-9, 160 pounds, underwent 10 hours of surgery for repair of facial fractures. He is stationed at Chanute Air Force Base, HI. Duck and Geese Hunting Hours- Nov. 4 p.m. Nov. 6:54 a.m. to 5:10 p.m. Nov. p.m. Nov. p.m. 5 — 6:55 a.m. to 5:09 6 — 6:56 a.m. to 5:08 6:57 a.m. to 5:07 NEW YORK (AP) - The football player who thrills millions on television screens Saturday and Sunday afternoons is a synthetic product who often is fed drugs and illegal payoffs under the table, charges an ex-pro player. "When I got to the National Football League I saw players fed, at an astonishing rate, not only steroids but also amphetamines and bar- bituates," says Dave Meggy- esy, a former linebacker for the St. Louis Cardinals. "A lot of NFL trainers do more dealing in drugs than an average junkie." Meggyesy's explosive statements are made in the latest issue of Look Magazine, which is running abstracts of Meggye­ sy's new book entitled "Out Of Their League." Meggyesy, who formerly played at Syracuse University, quit pro football because he said it was "dehumanizing." He said he had been offered a $35,000 contract to play with the Cardinals this season but turned it down because of the brutality of the sport. "Now, after playing for 14 years, 1 can't really say if there is any basic worth to the game," he said. "I can't separate the game from the payoffs-approval, money, adulation." Discussing the drug problem, Meggyesy said, "There are pro teams that dispense amphetamines and barbituates like penny candy." He said he first became disillusioned with football when he played at Syracuse University. "One of the big shocks of my freshman year was finding out that a lot of the guys were getting paid under the table," he said. He said arrangements were made for him to pick up S30 a week in a brown manila envelope. Other players got more, he added. Under National Collegiate Athletic Association regulations, an athlete is permitted to receive only payment for tuition, board, books and $i5 a month for laundry. sent to the team physician who is usually more concerned with getting the athlete back into action than anything else. This reversal of priorities leads to unbelievable abuses." At Syracuse, Chancellor John Corbally, Jr., and Head Coach Ben Schwartzwalder declined comment. In New York, Don Weiss, NFL public relations director, said: "We have no interest whatever in promoting the sale of Meggyesy's book." See Upturn in Farm Machinery Sales Next Year DES MOINES (AP) - Tht president of Massey-Ferguson, a farm equipment manufacturer, says farm machinery sales should improve in North America next year . John E. Mitchell, in an industry forecast, said the outlook was based on improved farm income, higher grain prices,-a reduction in interest rates, a new farm program and increase general economic activity. "The downturn in sales which began in early 1968 now appears to have reached the bottom Of the cyclical trough, and sales could show some slight improvement in 1971," he said. "When a player is injured," Meggyesy also charged, "he is Californian Visits t Auburn Friends (Times Herald News Service) AUBURN - Mrs. Vina Syl- cester, Oakland, Calif, spent a few days with Auburn friends. Arnim Lee, Estherville, was a Friday visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Alvis, Huxley and Mr. Floyd Finley were Sunday callers. Among Saturday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bean were Mrs. Richard Eccles and sons of Ogden, and Sue Hensel, Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson and family in company with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Erickson and family of Omaha, were entertained at dinner Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kruse at Lake City. PITTSBURGH PAINTS 10 DAY SALE STARTS TOMORROW ATTENTION HOG PRODUCERS you are invited to attend Farmland's PRODUCER'S DAY Thursday, November 5, 1970 IDA GROVE, 9:30 A. M. • Coffee & donuts at boar testing station. • Dr. Hazel, Iowa State University & other hog specialists will speak. • Register for door prizes, including purebred Hampshire boar. DENISON, 11:30 A.M. • Farmbest Ham luncheon & trimmings at Zion Lutheran Church, 1011 Broadway. • Speakers include Fred Clymer, president Farmland Foods; Ernest T. Lindsey, president Farmland Industries. • Drawing of door prizes. • Tour of Farmland Foods new office building & processing kitchen. 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