Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on October 23, 1933 · Page 8
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AW DAILY TttWW.TTMM.Ulli. WWM, HOWDAY, '••••MM Tuesday Luncheon Southern Beeb Broth *Hh Barley Baked Virginia Ham, Candied Sweet potatoes 3»e Encalloped O7»ter» 35c Breaded Veal Chops, Cream Gravy . VSri,",, Whipped Potato** - Hot Rolls Corn Fritters or Creamed Pea» Pear Prune and-Cream Cheese Salad Coffee -:- T «» '* Jl Plumbing — Heating and Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. FOV C L. Dixon Drugs Inc. F USED CARS For Sale or Trade 1932 Chevrolet coach with trunk. 1922 Chevrolet coupe. 1930 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. 1929 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. 1931 Ford 4-door aedan. 1931 Ford Coach. 1929 Plymouth Sedan. 1929 Chevrolet truck with farm box Allen Motor Co. CHEVROLET DEALERS Phone 385 "• Sth ft Douglas 1931 Willys 6 Sedan Six wheels, aide mounts., Trunk rack. New tires. Runs perfect $285.00 Open Evenings. Dodge - Plymouth - Oldgmobile W. H. Nutty Gafage Phone 35 AMES 414 Main St We Pay Cash for Light Used Cars' "31 Buick DeLuxa Coup* $495 '30 Fontlac Sedan, like new __*295 '30 Plymouth Sedan $225 Max Duitch Auto Ex. 1930 Marquette Sedan $225 3930 Essex Sedan _—$205 Clean Pontiac Coach $220 1930 Ford Coupe . $195 1930 Pontiac Sedan $235 Mathison Motor Co. > Fort* Sales & Service Nash -:- Plymouth DeSota '3J Che-. Coupe, rumble. Perfect '30 Olds. Coach. Very clean. McGee Motor Co. Phone 294 •:- 321'Lincoln Way NEW FURNACES Gen. furnace repair work. Furnace* vacuum cleaned. Evt trough work. F. A. Gould Phone 527-J 312 Main St. as—Help WMted, WANTED: GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Steady Job. Small family. Apply in person. 703 Northwestern avenue. 27—Work Wanted, Female WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all kinds. Gooa clean work guaranteed. Both uptown jand fonrth ward. Call 2034. "FOR EFFICIENT (HELP DURING fall cleaning or laundry work, call 1767-W. WILL TAKE OFF SCREENS, wash and bang windows, clean rugs. 475-W.' GIRL WANTS Phone 271-J. HOUSEWORK. HOUSEWORK WANTED: Experienced woman. Phone 411-J. 3ft—Business Opportunities EXCEPTIONAL . OPPORTUNITY. For a limited number of students desiring a business training, we are making a special olfer. It will pay you to Investigate this opportunity, at once. Phone or write Northwestern institute, Box 143, Ames, Iowa, 41—Wanted to Borrow WANTED TO BORROW: ?1,000 from private party on clear Polk county, Iowa, 160-acre farm. Write Tribune 2703. 00—Hogs for Sale THIRTY-*'iV±; uUKOC AAD Hampshire boars- and' twelve good gilts, 1:30 Wed_ Oct. 25, at Knight Sate barn. Harper & Son. 00—**el Good Used Care 1320 Olds Coach 1929 Olds : —- Coach 1929 Chevrolet . Coupe 1929 Essex Coach 1928 Nash — 1927 Star >«- Coach Sedaa Coupe Coupe 1927 Model T 1926 Model T 1927 Model T. — Tudor Smith Motor Co. 8—Auto Part*. Acewaorie* Have Da Prepare Your Car For Winter Driving Heaters, Prestone, alcohol, antifreezes. Cliff Roberson Garage £ Burnett Phone 34 CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH 12—Beaoty ferric* GOOD IOWA COAL Iowa has some good coal and some tirvt's worse than poor. Slate, shale, and black-jack don't make good fuel. Our Iow2 coal is . mined right, cleaned, sized and graded. It's more than just Iowa coal. Our deliverymen are reliable. Gilchrist Coal & Feed Kellogg Ave.—Phone 232 WHXLES AND HIS FRIENDS Straight From die Shoulder JOACM TROOPS. IS IN THE CLUBHOUSE CRASH DAVIS, WERE PC IS 6IVIMG HIM A HEART-Tb-" HEART -TALK'J MO*,LISTEKI,C«ASH.J** WOW JHf AMD VIM SOOftCD AU1UC POUTS...! THAT! -msr v« JMCHW.O HA/I MAPC StVKRM. MOOff P V/HY DIOMT ' BCCAUSC ybu ptottt err IMC OTHER 0000 MLLCMtlMtRt JN LOGGING TUB WOU'T MAkJff OSC PtAYS THAT \HTVK ALMW/5 DCPCMDED UPON.LAST YEAR V* MAO SEVERAL STARS.. AMD V* SHU. HAVE EM— CIVE THE O1MR FCUONS ACHAMCE, CRASH*. THAT'S "CHAN CnOTBAI l> *** S»"»«UMD • vAxnn rVA/IUnLL 7 FAMOUSpmoyoi \fjmi *rt tyttUa. VV 4rM*ilc»*ii IMQIM InC yOMDQ With Giwfa*«k« m WUff CAMS) MHMM if pIMItDM^ IJM CnMHt* | he ft* tut r**j «• in f li) 111,1 n«« t j« pdt4p, kwHue IK ii uMUe to «c Ait IK •» ; frinfaamt of nln WM camd b? a cnwW. piydowntd POP Expectations! By Cowan WHO UES AT THE. POINT OF DEATH ADfaTANT CITY, AND MOS. GPtM.WS STEON-FACED NW5E..HA/E TO DO UVES OF CHCVC A.ND GLADYS AND LITTUE WE COULD USE TEN THOUSAND OR , WITH AU. HIS DOUGH. XOU OUGHT TGCT TEN TIMES TV4AT. HM/CNTT XXXI KEN CMPC OF VMM TOP DOCDOESHT ALLEY CX)P Ooola Has Royal Ideas! By Maxnlin f OH YEAH,FOLKS-I MEANT TO SAY - WE LOST THE CARDIFF ON THE WAY. S WH1LE VIE WERE TRAVELIN' T'BEAT HECK.OCDJNNY T055EO I/A ON HIS NECK.' HANG ON.OOOLA! WElL HAVE YOU HOME PRETTY QUICK.NOW.' r^s^f •"*-*., -f WU6GA' THIS TOUGH \ 1 OOP is HUSKY! I'LL BET > v } HE COULD TIE KIN6 GUZZLE \ \INA KNOT! THEN HE'D BE\ KING! AND.IFHEHAP* A MATE.'SHSVBE £ -r A QUEEN f* Vs. GET READY TO UNLQAO.' '/A IN A JAM WITH OU <3UZ, SO I WON'T TAKE YA CLEAR INTO _ THE VIlLAGCf, YES W' fifesr *?pr SSl P£F1 wv ..r <^r <-*• Tt—PonJtry for Sale IOWA COAL Benson's Lower Vein.^, Also Ogden $2.75 and up. Foster Coal Co. Day Phone 21SO-J,- Nile Ph. 285-W PUULTKl — DRESSED' CHICK- ens. Springs 15c per Ib. Hens, 14c per Ib. No charge for dressing and deliver}-. Woodland Farms. Phone 4.15. 82—Room and Board , ."URMSHED ROOM, board if desired. 307 Russell. Phone 1520-W. FREE ROOM WITH MEALS. GA- rage. 920 Douglas. Moran, Harold, Ogden Iowa's Best Coal Phone .566-W .' COAL: CALL 1392-W FOR IOWA coaL Hennick Coal Co. LUTHER'S BEST COAL. LIV- ingston Bros. Phone 171 2-3. ESPRIT D- ARMOUR {SPIRIT OF Love), the new dry pertunie, _ leaves no tell-tale rings. The Primp Shop. Phone SO!)-W. 01—Garden Produce THE EGYPTIAN OIL PERMA- nerit wave is a superior wave. Hedrick Comfort Shop. Phone 1252. NA1VETTE PERMANENTS. EVA Rae hair tints. Allcne's Beauty Shoppe. Phona 427. IS—B«S!MW Sorrlc* Offered You May Be Quite a Lovely Person iu your soiled and rumpled clothing, BUT WHO CAN TELL THAT AT FIRST GLANCE? Keep your clothes looking as lovely as YOU really are. You'll find it much easier to make successful business and social contacts. PHONE 231 Ames Pantorium Quality Cleaners 410 Douglas Phone 231 Fumade Cleaning We clean and repair all makes of furnaces. New low prices on new furnaces. A. G. Speers Furnace and Tin Shop Phone 662 400 Main If You Break A Leg, Would You Call a Dentist? ONIONS, Acorn and Hubbard squash, pumpkins, sorghum and honey. Davis Roadside Stand-, *£ mile south on Noi 65. PUMPKINS, ACORN SQUASH; good ones. Two dozen, 35c.—H. T. Farrar. •4—Household Goods New End Tables 90c to $2.50 N>w magazine racks—50c to $1.50 New steel cabinets__$1.75 to $3.95 Walsh Furn. & Hdwe. 7*~-U'certeg Appare] YOU'VE SEEN THE REST—BUT not the best! See this nevr foundation gtrment. The Blocher- Rite Korsette. Made to your measure, improved lacing. See it yourself. Call Mrs. N. F, Pfunder, 2096-.1. B07 "orthwestern. 75—For Sale, Miscellaneous GREY, ALL WOOL, BOYS' SUIT, size 10. Call 2047. NEW REMINGTON AUTOMATIC with case. Call 35. 19 —Wanted, Miscellaneous WANTED If you have the misfortune of Old gold and gold filled Jewelry, getting your automobile body smashed, call us. We have made automobile body rebuilding a study ever since they were first made. Ames Glass & Body Company Thone 53S-J Ames, la. Have Your Furnace Cleaned NOW! Guaranteed work with our super service vacuum claaner. Palmer Plumbing Co. 108 Hayw«rd Av«. Phon* 1C9» AMES UAHBAOB CO. LKW COLE Phone 2061, bridges, crowns, etc. 230 Charles G. Ray JEWELER Main St. with Dlxon Drug WANTEL TO RUY: FURNITURE, rugs, stoves or what Call 2338. have yon. WANTED: DOUBLE GARAGE OR small building, £0x20 feet Phone 311-J. WANTED TO BUY: EAR CORK. Phone 39P15. ; IW—ROOT»« Without Board UOWNSTAIHS <ntr«ncc. ll:) IU)OM. PRIVATE 8S—Afwrtmenu, Flat* CALL486-J Apartments • and houses, close to college, clean, eat, convenient, priced right Chas. Miller, 132 Hayward Ave, TWO OR THREE ROOMS WITH bath. Close to downtown business section. on Jnis line. 'All strictly modern." These" are extra -^iarge pleasant rooms. New, clean wall paper. For further particulars write 2702 fin Care of Tribune- Times., • ;' f , .«'-.- : /" FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND furnished • dwelling. Little Brothers. Phone .136 TWO NICELY F U R N I S H E ) rooms and ^sleeping porch. 815 Burnett. Phone 1266-W. NEATLY FURNISHED THREE room apartment. Close in. Immediate possession. Ill Lincoln way. NICELY FHRNISHED SMALL kitchenette Apt for rent Douglas, Call IS09. C 2 HIGHLY DESIRABLE APT. FOR rent. Brookridge neighborhood. Call 61S-W or 2356. 3 ROOM APT., 1ST FLOOR, PRI- vate entrance and hath. Phone 1214-W. DESIRABLE FURNISHED APART- ment. Close to campus. Phone 2093. CHOICE FURNISHED 3 apt Close in. Call 1274. ROOM COZY APT. CLOSE IN. 218 7TH street. Phone 1767-W. FOR RENT: Fifth. APARTMENT. 716 APARTMENT. Phone SOC. DOUGLAS. FOR RENT: GOOD APARTMENT Dr. Proctor. CHICAGO (KB—Livestock: HOGS: 20,000, including 8,000 directs. Slow, about steady. 140 to 280 Ibs., $4.25@f4.60, top $4.65. Pigs $4.00 down. Packing sows ?3.10@|3.60. Smooth light weights $3.75. Light light, 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, J4.25@$4.55; light weight, 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, $4.35@$4.6Q; medium weightj 200 to 250 Ibs., good and choice, $4.40@$4.65; heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., good and choice, $3.75@?4.55; packing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs., medium and good, $2.90 @$3.75; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 Ibs., good and choice, $3.25@?4.25. CATTLE: 22,000, calves 2,000. Fairly active and fully. steady trade on "better grade light steers and yearlings. Very little done on medium weight and weighty steers. Supply liberal and undertone weak. All killing classes unevenly lower. Cows steady to weak. Bulls lEc higher. Vealers slgrong. Early top long yearlings, $6.50. Best weighty bullocks ?5.90. Slaughter - sheep and vealers: Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, $5.25@$6.50; 900 to 1100 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00@$6.5 r ; 1100 to 1300 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00@$6.35; 1300 to 1500 Ibs., good and choice, $4.75@$6.25; 550 to 1300 Ibs., common and medium, $2.75@$5.00. Heifers, 550 to 750 Ibs., good and choice, ?5.25@$6.40; common and medium $3.00@$5.25. Cows, good, $2.75@$4.00; common and medium, $1.75@S2.75; low cutter and cutter $1.00@$1.75. Bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) $2.90@ 13,25; cutter, common and medium, $1.75 @ $2.90. Vealers, good and choice, $5.75@ $7.50; medium, $4.50@$5,75; cull and .common, is.50@$4.50. Stocker and Seeder cattle: Steers, 500 to i 1050 Ibs., good and choice, $3.75 J$5.25: common and medium, $2.25 @$4.00. SHEEP: 18,000. Indications steady, $6.75; 57.00 on best natives. Best held above $7.25. Range's largely feeder flesh. Sheep little changed. Feeding lambs firm, mostly $5.50@$6.35. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs, 90 Ibs. down, good and choice. $6.00(S> $7.35: common and medium, $4.00 @$6.25. Ewes, 90 to ICO Ibs., good and choice, $1.50@$2.75; all wts., common and medium, $1.00@$2.00. Feeding lambs, 50 to 75 Ibs.. good and choice, ?6.00@?6.60. CHICAGO <UJ!)—Grain range: Open High Low Close WHEAT: 98 May 87^ July 86 Dec. 84% CORN: May 51 July 53 Dec. 45 OATS: May 37% July 34%. 34% Dec. RYE: May 63 July 62% Dec. 5614 BARLEY: May 51 July Dec. 45 87% 86% 52% 55. 46% 38% 35% 35% 63% 63% 57 5214 47 50V4 S7 86% 52% 54 44% 36% 62% 55% 45 35% 35% 63% 56% 52% 53Y* 47 ITALY LOOKS UP TO A NEW IDOIJ Today's Markets Prices Bid by Local Dealers 1 I No. 2 corn 316 Ned shelled corn .... .... ..25c Oats ...26c Hogs $3.90 Cream, sweet 25c Cream, sour 24c Eggs, No. i .19c j Eggs, No. 2 15c ' Heavy hens, 4\fc Ibs. and up 7c Heavy hens under 4%.Ibs 5c Heavy breed springs, 4 Ibs. and over 7c Heavy breed springs under 4 Ibs. 6c Leghorn springs 5c Leghorn hens ...5c All cox .- 3o . :*., ____ He left Italy an unschooled ooser. He returns as neaTywefght champion of the world. That's why Prlmo Camera was showered with "bravoa" and "salutes" when, as you at* him here, he »rmed at Naples from New York. He plans to return to America soon to defend his title. AMES HIGH DEFEATS OSKALOOSA 7 TO 0 (Continued from Page Six) smith gained three, added 10 more , for a first down and Batman gain* i ed four. Ames was penalized 15 ed to the Ames 27-yard line Arras- smith lost two yards, regained two and Oskaloosa was penalized five yards. Arrasmith gained fiv« yards and Dearinger kicked to the Qskaloosa three-yard line. Wymore punted back to his own 35-yard COXY TWO ROOM APT. 939-W. >O—Wanted, Rooms or Bonid WANTED: furnished -TWO rooms LARGE, UN- near business district. Write 2707 Tribune. 0»—Houses for Sale FOR KKNT: VKRY MCE 6 ROOM modern housn and garage. 214 E. Seventh street. FOR SALE OR TRADE: room house. 16-16-J. NEW 6 «—Hon»«« for Rent BUNGALOW. Call 10;I—U'anlcd, Heal ICs(n«i J LOT in -lt.il vvi'nl, JCKi-J. PRODUCE *\ f _ -.»«.- __ m _ m -._ fc. CHICAGO (U.W— Produce: EGGS: Market, steady; receipts 1,290 cases; extra firsts 19%; current receipts 12(^13 J i; dirties 16 @17. BUTTER: Market unsettled: receipts 16,215 tubs; specials 23% P24; extras 2"3: extra firsts 20% ©22; firsts ]S(f?Jl9%; seconds 16%(R>17: standards 21. POULTRY: Market steady; receipts 4 c.';rs, 21 trucks; fowls 12%@13; broilers 9; leghorns 7; ducks 8(g)10; geoso 9; turkeys f; young turkeys 1£(f"'0. CliEKSE : Twins, 1 1 •% (ff 1 2 ; - POTATOES: On track 464; arrivals 220: shipments 923; market hlendy. ___ ^^ READ THE WANTS New York Stocks Close Today yards. Arrasmith's pass was in- \ line. Ames was penalized 15 yards. '! complete. Ames -lost four on a fake j Batman's pass was incomplete. |punt and then Dearinger punted to!Batman, gairied five yards the Oskaloosa 19-yard lice. Wy- j Arrasmith's was incomplete more kicked back to Arrasmith on i and Ames was penalized five yards. NEW' YORK OLE) — Following are Monday's closing bids on the the Oskaloosa 45-yard line. Arrasmith fumbled, Oskaloosa recovered and gained two yards and then punted over the goal line; Arrasmith made 27 yards for a first New York stock exchange: American Can American Locomotive 23 American T. and T 113% American Tobacco B "S% Anaconda 12%. Atchison, T. & S. F 4S Bethlehem Steel 26 C, & N. W. Com 1% , . , ta Chrysler • • • 39% cox's pass to Ryan was incomplete. Corn Products ....78% Dearlnger punted over the goal DuPont "" 72% Hne Williams of Oskaloosa fumbl- ''. ..'- - .. 13% ! edand Ames recovered on the Os- down, gained another yard and Batman added three as the quarter ended. Second Quarter Amss lost fire yards and Dearinger kicked to tas Oskaloosa 15- yard line. Wymore punted to Wilcox on the Ames 40-yard line. Wil- General Electric General Motors -C International Harvester 35% Montgomery Ward 17% New York Central 29>4 Pennsylvania R. R 28 1 /* Sears-Roebuck 36 'i Studebaker 4 /a U. S. Rubber ^% > kaloosa 20-yard line. Wilcox gain' ed one yard. Then on the next four plays there was a fumble each time, the opposing side recovering each time, until Oskaloosa finally took the ball and punted out to the Oskaloosa 35-yard line. Wjl- gained six yards and U. S. Westinghous Standaul Oil of Ind. Cities Service S g.v J Christ added four for a first down. '** \HT11nn*. *!.— I _. .> .1 -..,., «n.l flion IrtCf 1 Tiny Wocden Soviet Plane MOSCOW (I'JR)— A small wood- on monoplar.e no more expensive to produce than a Rood motorcycle lias been developed «; the Novo-Che.rkask aviation factory. U Is made entirely of i>ine,wood, ooveml with hlreh venoer, and carries twn passengers. U« n>i>xl- mum speed, is 110 Kllomeirr.s and Its <Tul»ins distances is ?"0 kilo- mcte.ro Rained one anil then lost two. Wilcox's pass intercepted by Wymore, who returned to the Oskaloosa 22-yard line. J. Feree gained three yards, v/ymore added Dearinger phnted to the Oskaloosa 27-yard line. J. Feree gained five yards and Oskaloosa punted to the Ames 40-yard line. Batman made 19 yards. Smith's pass intercepted by Wymore on the Oskaloosa 23-yard line. Wymore gained three J. Feree added three more and Wymore punted short to his own 85-yard line. Clarde Smith's pass was intercepted and Wymore and J. Ferce gained three yards apiece. Fourth Quarter Wyn.ore punted to the Ames 35- yard line. Gilchrist went to the Ames 37-yard line on a reverse play. Wilcox skirted right end to the Ames 17-yard line. Claude Smith made 8 .nd Batman added six and went over three yards for the touchdown. WHcox's kick was good. Dearinger kicked to Wymore on the Oskaloosa 20-yard line, who returned to the 33-yard line. M. Feree failed to gain. Oskaloosa's pass was Incomplete and Wymore punted to the Ames 13-yard line. Batman's pass to Wilcox, who pulled a sleeper advanced Ames to its own three and kicked to Ames 45-yard i 3".-yar»; line. Ames was penalized fiv« yards. Dearinger punted to Oskaloosa 3S-yard line. Wymore made 18 yards ,M. F<"-ee made three Wy- morp'a pass was h-ttrccpled by Ryan on the Ames 24-yArd lino Ryan ran back to tt.o Oskaloosa 33-yard line. Arrtps wn^ penalized Hv? yards. Amos ftimbled, Oskaloosa reoovorcd. Oskaloosa plunci'il flvf, adslrd 10 by u pn.'s «nd U'viniirn punted ns iho game «:iidt.d. I'iuiil line. Arasmith lost s*ven, five and Deannper kicked o»t of bounds at the Oskaloosa four-yard line. Wymore runted short to his own 30-yard line. ArrasjiHth sain- «d a yard, Ames fumbled and r«- covered nnd Arms was penult**'! five yards as tlir half ended. Third Quarter DP llerr ki>-( . ofi to Hid Anus line, nml Haliaau score, Ames 7, Oskaloosa 0. The lineup: Oikaloota— 0 1« Powers It Ig- Amei— 7 Wilcox Shwgart Dearinger Llnder Z. Dunlap Ash Bill Jones Arrasmith Burdick Gilchrist Batman Substitutions "rt re qh lh rh fb Ames, Gordon A. Dillon Koss C. Dillon De Heer Towns Gallagher J. Feree Williams Wymore ; i Ryan for Arrasmith, Wilcox, Wilcox for Smith for Batman, N. Dunlap for Burdick, Batman for Smith, ^Burdick for N. Dunlap, Arrasmith for Wilcox, Wilcox tor Bill Jones, Bill Jones for Llnder, Mason for Paul .Jones, N. Dunlap for Burdick; Oskaloosa,. M. Feree lor--, J. Feree, Grier ..for Gordon^ J. Feree for M. Feree, Gordon for Griex. Officials— Harry Has Brook of Des Moines. referee; Bruce Firkins of Iowa State, umpire; L. A. "Polly" Wallace of Iowa State, head linesman. IOWA STATE IS SOONER VICTIM (Continued from Page Stic) Third Quarter Gentry kicked to Miller who was stopped on the Cyclone 35-yard line. After an exchange of punts the ball bounded out of Francis' hands and rolled to Oklahoma's 7- yard line. Pansze grabbed the ball and ran 34 yds. to Oklahoma's 34. Fuqua. fumbled and Elltins recover- • ed on Iowa State's 46. Gentry blocked a kick and recovered- for • Oklahoma. Oklahoma lost ball on.' downs. After an exchange of punts • Gflftry kicked to' Miller -who was ; stopped on Oklahoniaos 49-yard line. Allend*r, after a first down, ; punted over the goal as the quarter ended. Score: IOWA State T, Oklahoma fi. Fourth Quarter : Gentry-booted the ball to Iowa State's -39-yard line, then blocked ' Allender's punt on Iowa State's 29. Stacy recovered for Oklahoma. ; Dunlap passed to Robertson for ai first down on. Iowa State's 20-yard line. Pansze ran 16 yards around* j right end. Robinson went over for a touchdown in two tries. Dunlap's kick was not good. Score: Okla- home 12, Iowa State 7. After two exchange of punts and two passes, Pansze took Miller's kick to Iowa State's 38 then sprinted on the next play to the Cyclone 17. Elkins intercepted Dunlap's pass on his 4-yard line but Art Pansze grabbed Miller's pass and ran to Iowa State's 25-yard line. Dunlap and Robinson crashed thru to the 3-yard line and Dunlap went over for a touchdown. Fuqua's kick was good. Oklahoma Oklahoma—19 Harris Cassoa Bashara Flectwood Whitttngton Gentry Coker Dunlap 19, Iowa State 7. Iowa State—7 Roach 1 e Berger 11 Smith 1 g Beyer c Dixon i K Roe '•' Dans. :• t Miller Q b Oraveno 1 h Elkins - h Theophllus f b Score by Quarters. Iowa State 0 " « 0-7 Oklahoma 0 6 0 13 —J* Scoring— Touchdowns, Ha.r!>m (sub for Elkins). Harris, lloblson and Dunlap. !>oint* aficr touchdowns, Dana. Fuciua (sub for Duiv laps hoth by plarftnifnts. Officials- Refect, John B. OI4, IC.fnsas: u"ipli'\ Dwijcnf K»*ni, *:,uj Robertson Roblson

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