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Iowa Shocks Gophers In Big Tenner By L. E. SKELLEY IOWA CITY, (AP)--A vengeance-bent Iowa football team, led by senior backs Eddie Vincent and Jerry Reichow belted Minnesota 26-0 Saturday for its third widest margin over the Gophers in the 49 game series. The steamed up lowans, still irked by a 22-20 loss at Minneapolis a year ago on a __-safety after the Hawks had i i. i . {% · an 81-vard touchdown punt i MjPrllflfin NmTP return called back, rolled | ' Y »V' "\)Ql I Jl Q I C over Minnesota for a 19-0 ' n · P I Buries Purdue halftime lead. They went far out of reach late in the third period on Kenny THE STATISTICS la. J'a-'s^s a t t e m p t e d ..... lt Pa-xes completed ..... 12 J\i-=es intercepted by 1 Punts ................. 8 P u n t i n g average ..... 3t Kumblt-s lo-n ........ l ^iards penalized ...... So M. !.' 4 0 h 33 :i 15 Ploen's 25 yard touchdown run after he failed to find his intended pass receiver. Vincent and Reichow were the top heroes for the home crowd of 52,459 as Iowa smothered Minnesota with its first half fury. Vincent In Form Vincent, the leading Big Ten ground gainer last fall but hampered this season by a lei Two Long Morrall Jaunts Feature j LAFAYETTE, Ind. ff -- Michigan State's Earl Morrall stunned i Purdue with a 90-yard touchdown run and the Spartans buried the Purdue jinx Saturday, 27-0. The Spartans had lost to Purdue in both previous meetings since Michigan State joined the Big Ten. The razor-sharp Spartans were outgained from scrimmage but Sports News SECTION C COUNCIL BLUFFS. IOWA. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1955 Close Races In District Grid Loops All Gridiron Champions Of 1955 Crowned High school conference football races have been completed over the Southwest Iowa and Intercity areas. Here are the 1955 champions : Intercity -- Creighton Prep Corner -- Farragut Southwest Iowa -- Oakland Coon Valley -- Scranton Tri-State -- Essex Western Iowa -- Onawa Hawkeye Eight -- Red Oak, Shenandoah and Corning tied Midwest -- Denison, Carroll and Jefferson tied Nishna Six Man -- Randolph Southwest Iowa Six Man -Coin. · The fact that the Hawkeye Eight and Midwest circuits both tney grabbed five Purdue fumbles ! nave tri-champions attests to the and intercepted four Purdue pass- | toughness of competition. So Huskers Nip Cyclones On Iowa Deaf Veterans . . . ready for the basketball wars include, left to right, Dennis Wallace, George Wilt Jack Barron and Dennis Wernimont.--Nonp areil Photo. es. does the fact that five teams tied Unknown Soph Paces Upsef . . . Supercharged Illinois Astounds Michigan * * * i the second quarter after pickin I off an attempted lateral by Bill Murakowski, Purdue fullback. It jury, was at his old form against wont into the record books as a the Gophers. Passing for the first fumble recovery. time in his collegiate career, he 'Peaks Goes 10 took a handoff from Reichow. ' Halfback Clarence Peaks added Morrall made his long dash in , for runne r,up spot in the Inter-j BIG TEN S T A N D I N G S ^ ' ' city. Shpnandoah's Mustangs lost only two games during the season, and they were to Corning and Red Oak, the two teams with which the Mustangs shared the Hawkeye Eight crown. swept from his right halfback spot another second-quarter touchdown ( , owa Entr j e s Top far to his left, and let fly a left- | on a 10-yard end run climaxing j Southwest Iowa entries did all Ohio Steue 4 Mich. Slate 4 Michigan .................I VV'^consm 3 Icnva. ^ Purdue Illinois 2 Indiana 1 Minnesota 1 Xorilnrestern 0 L, o l i in the third quarter and then streaked to 173 yards in ten carries. · Seldom Used Earlier Mitchell infrequently used by Illinois earlier, stepped into the I game after the Illini had battled 6 o ! to a 12-6 lead by dusting off the old I fake field goal strategy for i touch- CHAMPAIGN, 111. ff -- Super- ' down on a 24-yard screen pass handed IS yard pass to end Jim Gibbons in the end zone for Iowa's first quarter touchdown. Eddie counted both Iowa second ,, drive s'tarted wh e n guard Arch ' ri ht in tne Tr i-state wheel ! char S e d Illinois Saturday u n - i midway in the third period. Matsos -incepted a Purdue pass E * rep eated as champion, Sid- ! veiled a . ra TM pa S m | « i nn * ^ _ _ i mr\Vi*-vT-n/-vr.rv Via t r h a / ^ t T K at the Purdue 33. l ney was runner-up. Tarkio, Mo. The first defeat of the season for sophomore halfback Bob Mitchell, (Michigan in seven starts dealt a period touchdowns, each comin^ after a Minnesota fumble. The j m the third period.Sophomore -^- i first was on a 9-yard sweep and , back \\alt Kowalczyk sprinted 20 [ . ui e * uiuuc no. i ney was runner-up. larKiu, mu. I . , , , ... ·, . ^~ n \- -- -- , r,* i · » The spartans turned two more I ^ into third place ahead of i w h ° streaked 64 yards for a back- serious blow to the Wolverines s P Iowa first j breaking touchdown and led the |R ose Bowl h o p e s and dropped ' Illini to a smashing 25-6 upset of i them to second behind unbeaten Purdue mistakes into touchdowns to avert an slam. Here are final conference stand- ill OL wd; '-'ii ct ·** j t * . i . \ j i 3 " i _ ' - t ' " - - ' " 3 r* t I --···---"-%.*-«··--- ~-.--^~*. --^ the second a plunge from the one. j yards to score atter guard Carl - gs not previously published: with 3 '5-ystrom had recovered a Mura: kowski fumble iState 42. 1 Center John on the Michigan Masko recovered Vincent left the game minutes and 37 seconds remaining in tie third period when_he .was knocked out after a ^' ard Ed Neves . f u m b l e on the nex t kick- S ^ p£S"t n VS :« TM-^SS $££ final Iowa score. | kicked thrfie extra points _ Eddie was earned from th e field i T;me ran out for p ur{ 3 Ue j n the on a stretcher and was given a seconA quarter after it had driven tremendous standing ovation as a , to tng ^nchigan State three. It fond goodbye in his final home ' fumb i. e( j j n tne fj re t quarter on the game. He was given another whop- | Mlchi!?ar! gtat e 11. ping cheer when walked from the , Daul , nn p asM , s For 1H5 bench to the dressing room near | p urdue - s Lennie Dawson passed the end of the contest. His 90- i f o r 1S5 vards _ completing 12 of yard total in 14 carries was tops ', 5 thrmv ^ without getting a re- for all. the backs. _ ,cciver loose in the Michigan State Keichow Passes Click end zone. Purdu e made 21 first Reichow, who hit on S of his ^own to Michigan State's 16 and 10 passes for 113 yards, got 6 out i gained 335 yards net from scrim- of S in the first half for 92 yards. ' ma , e to the Spartans' 264, but Jerry picked up 71 yards on 4 | Michigan State picked up 116 yards passes during an Iowa drive from on j( s interceptions. its 17 for its third touchdown. Michigan State 0 1 . l 13 0--27 That third Iowa march started Purdue 0 0 u 0-- 0 i f^,' bu v£ b after center Norman Sis had Michigan State scoring: Touc.i- INTERCITY ·W L Pet. Prep 7 0 1.00'J South 4 3 571 N o r t h 4 3 571 Benson. 4 3 571 Central 4 3 571 Tech 4 3 571 Tee Jay 1 6 143 Abe Lynx 0 7 OOU ^ ^ *£ WESTERN IOWA I unbeaten Michigan, the No. 3 team. Mitchell, a 20 - year - old Negro speedster from Hot Springs, Ark., hit vaunted Michigan like a ton of bricks as h e entered the game TY Onawa ................. 4 L. 0 1 nation's | Qhio state in the Big Ten race. Illinois, following a tradition of Problems Face Bobcat Coach Stegqall And Beat Finish At Midyear The boys' basketball team a Fie Id Go a By JACK DONOVAN AMES, (AP)--Nebraska smothered Iowa State's" passing and shook the Cyclones, 10-7, Saturday for the buskers' fourth Big Seven Conference football victory, if the season. The Cyclones, one of the conferences leading pass- ng teams, could complete only two tosses--one in each laff. Two were intercepted, one of which started Nebraska to its field goal mar- Lightning-Fast Sooners Soar Missouri Tigers Victims, 20-0 COLUMBIA, Mo. £ -- Oklahoma's lightning-fast Sooners spiced their destructive ground attack with a crisp aerial offensive to defeat the Missouri Tigers, 20-0, Saturday in a bitterly contested Big Seven football game before 31,618 fans. The Sooners crammed their first two touchdowns into the last 4c seconds of the opening quarter and got their last one in the fourth. It was Oklahoma's 26th successive victory, the 102nd in a row ir which the Sooners have scored and its 51st in the Big Seven without gin of victory. Nebraska moved 75 yards for a first period touchdown with Willie Greenlaw scoring from three THE STATISTICS Neb. la. State First downs 12 12 Rushing yardage "11. l* 1 Passing yardage 37 Is Passes attempted o 19 Pases completed 2 2 Passes intercepted by 2 O Punts * 7 Punting average 35 42.9 Fumbles 3 5 Fumbles lost 2 2 Yards penalized 63 5 Iowa School for the Deaf pro- j a loss. vides a big question mark this season. Burris Chops Over Missouri kept Oklahoma scoreless until the last minute of the _ opening quarter. Then Bob Burris team's performance may range i chopped over from the one-foot from outstanding to inferior. Ev- hm e with 45 seconds remaining in Coach Forrest Houston says the Dunlap .....1 Mapleton 1 "Woodbine U * * * M I D W E S T Penison t Carroll 4 J e f f e r s o n 4 Harlan 1 Ida Grove 1 Sac City 1 * * * T R I - S T A T E S i d n e y ................ 4 T.irkio. Ho ........... .T snatched a fumble by Minnesota ; downs: Morrall (90, run with mend Tom Juhl after a 28-yard gain I tercepted lateral pass;0 Peaks (10, on a pass play That brief appear- run); Kowalczyk (20, run); Masko ance by the Gophers on the 17 inci- i (21, run). Conversions: Planutis 3. dentally was the deepest penetra- ' tion of the game against an Iowa defense that held its opponent scoreless for the first time this season. Minnesota made it to the Iowa 21 and 30 yard lines in the final period but both times were thrown back. Iowa's second touchdown followed guard Dick Deasy's recovery of Ken Bombardier's fumble on ithe Minnesota 19- loua Wastes No Time Iowa wasted no time scoring at the start. The Hawks went straight down field from its 20 after the opening kickoff. Thc maneuvers set the for a victory that had fans recalling the 27-0 triumph in , J 1953 and the 41-7 rout far back in 1921. Only those performances top Saturday's efforts that brought Rockporl, Mo. * * H A W K E Y E EIGHT . .1 . .0 * L i i i 4 4 4 "Li 0 1 2 2 T " I II 1 1 0 Pot. .soo .S»n .S»o .'20(1 .2(0 '.200 Pet. 1 - I M I f l .s»o .6(111 inn .200 .000 Southwest Iowa Harriers Sweep Class C Honors To Elliott, Underwood Southwest Iowa harriers swept handing bitter defeats to Michigan dating back to Red Grange, out- Dlayed the Wolverines from star) to finish. They jumped to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter on Em Lindbeck's 25-yard scoring pass to end Bob DesEnfants. Michigan's only touchdown came erything depends on finding two replacements. Gaps left by Lyle Steggal and Bobby Beal, both of whom are out with football injuries and graduate in mid-winter, must be filled. If this can be done, the Bobcats should field a powerhouse. Veteran players who are returning are George Wilt, Dennis Wernimont, Jack Barron and Dennis Willace. The only graduates missing are Darrell Weiner and Dale Kern. Huston reports he has a host th e period. The score climaxed a drive of 62 yards. Missouri helped Oklahoma to its second touchdown by fumbling following the kickoff. Jim Harris then hit Tommy McDonald with a run- nass that covered 22 yards for the score. late in the second quarter when ! of tall young talent, and the prob- Tony Branoff tore 17 yards to score after an Illini fumble. The tricky screen pass for a 24-yard touchdown went from Lindbeck to halfback Abe Woods. Wolverines Crumble After Mitchell's sensational McDonald ran 22 tempo , rtc the Iowa ' Inspired Yale !n Win Over Cadets NEW HAVEN, Conn. JP-- An inspired Yale football team, playing as though the Ivy League reputation was at stake, upset heavily favored Army Saturday 14-12 in Yale Bowl before 61,000, the East's biggest crowd of the season. Dick Winterbauer converted after both Eh touchdowns while Ralph Chcsnauskas missed both kicks for Army to spell th c difference. The Elis. spotting the Cadets a touchdown lead early in the second r, rallied to go in front 7-6 , half and then scored again the last quarter after outplaying the West Pointers. The hard-fought battle, ending one of the most colorful football se- Red Oak s Corning ...-\ ......... n Shenandoah 5 Clarlnda 4 Creston 4 Atl.-intic 3 Glenwood 1 Vilhsca ..0 T 0 0 0 1 n yard touchdown run in the fourth the Class C honors in the State period, the Illini again tallied High School Cross Country Meet against the crumbling Wolverines Saturday at Ames. Elliott's Cyclones replaced Un- -dcrwood's Eagles as team champions, but Underwood's Bob lem is to build up their court savvy in a short time. Top candidates are Dale Harris, Dale Hovinga, Tommy Fuller, Jimmy Thompson, Marion Van Manen, Arnold Kruse. Jens Sorensen, Donald Van Soelen and 1 Larry Mauley. Girls To Improve The outlook for the girls' cage when a pass interception led to a j team is more certain, reports -1-yard scoring smash by Rolla Me- j Coach Nate Lahn. Here improve- 64- yards for the fourth-period TD. Creston Juniors Play 16 Games CRESTON -- A 14-man Creston Junior College basketball squad has been working out the past two weeks in preparation for a 16-game schedule, opening here Nov. 15, against Marshall- Iowa State- just a drive on the Mullen. Mitchell first caught fire with a | M-yard scrimmage run midway in the third period to Michigan's 16. That set the stage for the bold Illini fake field goal strategem ment is certain. The only players missing are high-scoring Marlene Booy and Mildred Housman. Letterwinners who will be back are Maurine Reinwand and Cath- pion. He negotiated the 1.8 mile course in record time of 9:56. George Lee of Underwood tin- D i c k Miller, Illinois' regular place- j er j ne Yulga. Madline Hovinga, ished tied for third. Eugene Fee-j m e n t kicker, came rushing onto wno received a minor letter also kin,- slowed by a foot injury, ! the field with the Illini stalled on j re turns. wound up 32nd and the Eagles' the Michigan 2-1. Lahn's top candidates are: Mary fcjuL^.* ***-·*j -- - j O I l t i O l L I t t l i l * u s i . ^ w i u i i-i-n A\^UI.UW.»I -j-- Iow a _its^l4th victory in^a Aeries I ncR betwcon an Ivy League team and a major "independent." was clinched about midway in the last period, when Al Ward sliced off :ackle from the 4. Badgers Break Losing Streak EVANSTON, 111. JP--Jim Miller hurled two touchdown passes and his quarterback partn-er, Jim Haluska, uncorked another as the Wisconsin Badgers Saturday broke a three-game losing streak by further humiliating winless Northwestern, 41-14. The defeat was Northwestern's seventh of the campaign. The Badgers, gaining their third Big Ten football triumph against two losses, registered their seventh straight decision over the Wildcats a long rivalry before a crowd of 40,000. hopes of a repeat team title \\ent Lindbeck, slopping to apparent| Laridri, Shirley McCleland. Janice glimmering. Richard Feekin o f , i y hold the ball, took the snap t ^ OO y i Sandra Erb, Marjorie i i Underwood wound up 36th in the j from center, straightened up and o I field. i fired a pass to Woodson near the 1 John Roop of Ollie wound up so-'sidelines behind a bevy of block- cond, between the two Underwood ! ers. Woodson skimmed down the .pace setters. Shires Is Fifth Lyle Shires of Elliott was top runner for the new champions, finishing fifth in the field. in which Minnesota has won 34 and tied one. The triumph brought Iowa's big ten record to 2-2-1 and dropped Minnesota to a 1-4 figure. IOWA L.P. -- Gibbons. Ripney . I/r -- Kloomqui-u, .Uhle. Tncor j_,G -- Deaiy, Burrouph.s, Knrras, "\V Uiecliow . O 1 -- S u r n x Van Furon. bix Tin -- .Tom"*. Kross. Jfnkine.on JIT-- Sv. .',11.01 g, I :o\\ en j j K -- V r p c t u n n , Hatch Oi; -- K-icMo\v, Floen I,H -- Dobrmo, Smnh, MaUieson, I'm-- Vincent. Hnpler. "Happol ;.'B -- -WiPfrtminn, Harris, Kanellio M I N N E S O T A r.,r, -- Schmidt. Juhl. FiFChman J,T -- I'Ukelhertr. Sixta 1,G -- Kasn - !i] i ^ i n. iCubcs · -- \r.ias. Hass.-tt, Jukick ftd -- FilK Uurkhi'ldcr KT -- HTobM-t, Youso TtH -- ivionrlce. .lelacic, Tiunnnra OR -- S-w.inson. I-arson. Gohdo T.TT-- nomh.mlior. A. Garner K I T -- roohnin. Si-hull?. Jtl.iklcy p i t -- Horxtad. Klcbor, YncKcl Underwood Eagles To Start Nov. 15 Underwood Miller's point try was low and sailed into the charging Wolverines to leave the Illini ahead 12-6. Michigan's rusty passing attack, The top five teams (low score i failing to produce a completion in wins in cross country): 'seven first half attempts, had 1. Elliott ................... 21 | hoomerangpd into the touchdown 2 Gibson .................... 26 i that moved Illinois in front 6-0. 3-4. Underwood ............. 36 j Midway in the opening period, ?,-4 ' Sheffield ................ 36 fullback Lou Baldacci triod a jump 5 Ollie ' ............... 48 P ass and it: was "" Billings, Gloria Darrah and D. Good. More games are being sought for the girls' team. line into the end zone for a touch{ The Iowa Dea f schedule is as follows: Nov. 15--Tabor* Xov I h -- a t Ijopan* Xov. '2---at O n J t H a * Xov. 2 ' i -- M e H i n * Xov. "5--Tee Jay. Xov. 2!)-at Abe I.MIX Per. '2--Olomvood** !·»'· 3--at "U-t "Waterloo DM-, ii--at "Wales* J3 er . n_MoorhfRrl IVc. 1~---Mondamin* ,7,in. (!--at S. C. Heelan Jan. 7--Trevnor Jan. i n -- W a l n u t Jan. 1'i--"WoorthmP Jan. 13--«t M a c e d o n i a * * Jan. 14--nt Nebraska Deaf Ft-h. 1 -- I I o l v X.ime *--Boy* and frirls frames. ··--Girls frames onlv. immedi- ___ lately by Illini center Jim Minor Jesse. FitcTi of Council B l u f f s ' o n th e Illinois 10. Abraham Lincoln finished 12th in 'Drive 60 Yards a Cla=s A-\ field of SI runners , The Illini cranked up a scoring with a 1 0 - 0 3 9 clocking. But the drive which went 60 yards m eight Lvnx didn't figure in the team play h and got ,t.s bi-es! monies- j Ro^or Jensen and Frank i turn when Jefferson squired - thi-oiuii A h r - h i g a n s line for 17 to the Wolverine 25. On the next play, Lindbeck- drew race school Devaney of the Bluffs wound up 35th and 64th. DCS Moines Tech won that division, paced by Bryan Travis. Inv.a l i o n « ( I S r u n l - l \ C,IM\' r-ii a . " · n r . o{«": .......... ." n nrnifr-- Touobclfwn..' Oib- pa-'n from VinI*nt) .' (.1 riorn (.1 run). * * * Movies Thursday Motion pictures of the Iowa- Lonqhorns Survive Hot Baylor Finish AUSTIN, Tex. £ -- The Texas Lon^norns withstood a furious finish ty the Baylor Bears Saturday to'snatch a 21-20 victory as Baylor's final conversion attempt sailed wide to the right. Failure to kick the etfra point came with 2:50 remaining in the duel. It left Texas in strong con- 'tention for the Southwest Conference championship with a showdown coming next work against Texas Cnristian. Dartmouth Rallies To Subdue Colgate NEW YORK ^P -- Two quirk Ihird-prriorl touchdowns, onn tlv rliroo! result of a personal foul penalty, onablod Dartmouth »o come from behind and doffat Co- UNDERWOOD _________ . High School Eagles will open | w ho won in record time of 9 :21.9. their basketball season at Neola i St. Joseph Nov. 15. Underwood is one of two schools ( in Pottawattamie County outside | Council Bluffs playing boys' basketball only. The other is Treynor. Underwood's schedule: Nov. 15 -- at Neola St. J o s f p b Nov. 18 -- Tersia ( H o n ecoimiiK) N o \ . 22 -- at Hancock Xo\. 29 -- at Mlmlcn Dec. 2 -- at T r e v n o r Xec. 6 -- at Carson Dec. 9 -- Tonnent, home Doc. IS -- Ixsan, home rj ec . 11; -- at Neola Public Dec. 20 -- at Shel by Jan. S -- at FVr.sia Jan fi -- Carson, homo Jan. If -- M i s s o u r i V a l h - j . home Jan. I S -- M l n d o n . homo .Inn. lf -- at Avoca Jan. 20 --. Troy nor. homo Jan. 21-2S -- Tioj-i' C o u n t y Tourn- amont, homo Jan. 21 -- Xooln Public, homo I'V-b. :! -- \ V n l m i I . homo [|, n -- Noola St. Jo'oph. home MnrokT Minnesota football game will be shown Thursday at 8 p.m. at Anieri'-nn Legion Club here, under Council Bluffs "I" Club auspices. There is no admission charge. Himbia in an Ivy League football game Sal unlay, 14-7. Ram nnd mud took Hie edge off the passing d i i e l o f Bill Beagle of Dartmouth, deviation's number one passer, and Claude Benham of Columbia, the fourth best Seventeen Report At Randolph High Specif 1 'o Tlit Xo'ip-iroil left. Coaches' Dinner Monday Evening The Nonpareil's ninth annuaj Southwest Icwa and Intercity High School Coaches' and Officials' dinner will be Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Nonpareil Carrier Hall. Ratings of the visiting experts will aid in determining person- AMES IP-- Iowa State cross- nel of this newspaper's annual country runners placed fourth, sev- all-star football teams, including enth, eighth and ninth to w i n a Big ' All-Southwest Iowa eleven - man, Finally', 'Seven quadrangular meet here Sat- All Southwest Iowa six - man and Cyclones Take Cross Country yards out, Don Erway, a smart and agile quarterback, kicked a 15- yard field goal in the third period Jack Hansen Scores Jack Hansen scored for Iowa State in the final quarter alter he swift sophomore halfback from Omaha set up the score with a. 55-yard punt ^unback. It was the second time this year hat the Cyclones, thinly manned and physically beaten, had lost by a field goal. Kansas State turned the trick 9-7 two weeks ago. Nebraska, co-leader in the Big Seven, is undefeated in conference play with Colorado to meet next w e ek and Oklahoma the following Saturday. Iowa State now is 1-2-1 in da conference. With its main weapon -- the pass--silenced, once sustained ground an 81 yard push which stalled on the Nebraska 4. Hansen, on his punt runback powered to the Nebraska 25. Mike beeves, on his first completion of the season, passed 19 yards to Jim Sruelke on the 5, from wh-ere Hansen slashed across. Dick Callahan's extra point was good. The Cyclones lost another scoring opportunity after th e ensuing kickoff. Bruce Alexander's low kick bounded off the chest of Nebraska Center Doran Post and 'coach Gerald Van Arkel has Reeves recovered on the Cyclone four letlermen back, Dean John-,43. However, they could pick up son and Dick Heuckendorf, a [only 7 yards and were forced to pair of six-foot forwards, and punt. Roger Assay and Gary Booth, both guards. Assay is a six footer, Booth stands 5-8. A number of promising freshmen are on the squad, headed by Diagonal's Dick Tepley, one of the all-time scoring leaders in Iowa prep basketball and an all- state performer. Other promising frosh include Elvin Johnson of Diagonal, Ed Norris of Redding and Roy Bullock of Creston. Following is the Golden Bear town. schedule with two games with Luther College of Wahoo, Neb., yet to be added : n -- ilarshalltown IS -- Conterville L'l -- riannda 28 -- Grand ^ lew 2 -- Giaceland ?, -- Muscat ine n -- Kcokuk fi -- Grand View 13 -- Ontfrville 17 -- Mar.sbalito\vn 20 -- nmmetsburgr 2S --· Graceland 3 -- Boone Xo Xo Xo Xo DC PL J.i. Ja .la Ja J.i Fi I T'eb. 6 -- Clarinda. Tie re There There Here Here There There There Here There Here There TIi e re Here a bead on DesEnfants running at full speed into the end xone. Des- , , · D - Enfnnts looked over his risjht c n t h ' C I - h t h ftnd nltth to ttln a Bl " his Fischer and Greenlaw, who ran equally well inside and OW L carried the Huskers 75 yards in 13 plays for their touchdown. Erway's 26 yard pass to end Jon Me" Williams was the longest play of the series. Greenlaw scored on cutback and Erway added tha extra point. Set Up Winning Kick It was Fischer's 14 yard return of John Breckenridge's misdirected pass that pepped up the Huskers to their fieldgoal. Fischer and Jreenlaw carried 51 yards to tha Iowa State 5 in seven plays and Erway kicked a field goal. The Nebraska pass defense, sixth best in the nation, with a 3-completion, 45-yard average per game, yielded 18 yards to the Cyclones. Iowa State passed 19 times. Fischer, a stocky halfback, punched out 153 of Nebraska's 211 yards. Fred Rippel got 37 yards for Iow a State in th e first half before being injured. The Cyclones go against Oklahoma next week. IOWA STATE LTD--."WostoupaJ. Bartelt 1ST--Twecten, HlarronEtom, CSalla- han LG--Bird. Tilles C--Falter. Blaney KG--Tjyons, "Meyer. GlnntoH RT--ATVOauJIey, Kparks R"K--'"Potts. Stuelke QB--Breckenndsre. I\nley, HJckert, "Roc VPS t,TT--Rippel. "FTansCTi RTT--Alexander, Ptnlmem FB--"Walter, Donohue. JenB*n. N E B R A S K A 1ST--Torc70ii. Rhode, 5 T.G--TC,imre. K~lem C--Io*;t:, B^nriiin Rr;--R'lvlor. Urmrn urd.lv with the low total of 2 nth 27 RANDOLPH -- Seventeen boys , it was with shoulder, then w i t h his back toward the field. DesEnfants spearod the ball and'P 0 " 11 "- somereoukod deep m the end zone. | Colorado placed second Miller's point try was low and Pomts. Nebraska third w i t h 41 and w a s blocked bv Tom Hendrioks for Kansas State fourth with 4« Jac. - 6-0 Illinois lead. Hurjhes of Colorado was tne mrti- M! - Intercity. Response to invitations indicates a record attendance if \\eatlier is favorable. sudden swiftness ' vidua ' winner over th e _three-mile same ha\e reported to basketball coach i Michigan got back in th- ,, - , i _ Don Stanley at Randolph High. | \\-ith time running out in the first 1 - 1 seconds. Returning lettermen are: I h a l f . Seniors-- Marvin Fulton and Joe , Lindbeek's handoff was fumbled Douglass. i a n f l Baklacci recovered on the II- Jurviors -- Now! Heaton, Bob|hm 17. The Wolverines lined up Rateman and Harold \Vilkms. ;quickly and sent Branoff punching · Other candidates are Dick Gar- S through left her, senior: Joe Benedict, junior; j through t h r course in a time of 15 minutes, Bert Wilson, Voice Of Cubs Is Dead MESA, An/ the Braves' Hurler Weds HARTFORD, Conn. JP--Raymond Hayes Cione, a member of Milwaukee Braves pitching and Joan Anne Carrol! of ford were married Saturday in St Justin's Church. ·RT--"Mr"\VllIll'HS QH--"Pniav T.ir--Fi«,-htT, HarriP. "\rarfin T?K--Grcmilaw, .Tohnson T-ll--FilwarJs. Cifnv. \hra.-.-K-a 7 0 7 O--in 1n\t ittrf* 0 " C 7-- 7 \V'hra-»ka FCY"intr- Touchdown. Or-.'.il-nr C! n i n l " *onvf rsion. "Rr- ·nnv Ti---'.1 troll Knvnv Cl," v,ard« ) Trnva S'dTf ei-cvnnc: Tou-hlow^i. TTiirspri (5. r u n l . Convpr^ion, Ca.1- lah.i-n Still A Poole UNIVERSITY, Miss , '(NEA1-- staff, Mississippi fullback Paige Coth- Hart- ren is a nephew of Jim. Barney and Ral Poole, who are synonymous with Rebel football. Detroit Win Easy Cornell Over Brown \TTT WAUKEE ff--Detroit ov^r- | PROVIDENCE, R. I. -- Fa hapless Mamuftte. 20-7, jvored Cornell registered its fourth jmeet^at Chicago Nov.^18 undefeat- Deacon Jones Tops Iowa Harrier Win IOWA CITY If--The Iowa cross- country track team, led by Charles (Deacon) Jones, won first, second and third places'to defeat Minnesota, 22-33, Saturday. It was the third straight victory for the Hawkeye harriers who will go in.to the Big Ten Conference m \vercfi napiess maiMur-,.^ , -« ·» jv^it,^* -.-«...--. .-(--Saturday with pint-si7?d Billy Rus-1 football victory in seven games I pd . soll-thc smallest man on the S^tiirda^. whinping Rivran \\imw ,m;mi f. r ^_cprar'n' 1 '- 1 ding its att^'-k w i t h of only nno jame 20-7. on a cocrsy _ He ,^r,diron. .Tones' winning rime was 20 mites, 31.fi seconds. is a Roys Town. Neh High School Randall Trively, Don R a t c m n n . Jim Gray, Rodney Fulton. Ted Wilson and Wayne Hal), sophomores, .lerrv Carn^s Ivan Taylor, A J. Meads and Jim Yates, freshmen. Randolph placed sceond in thf Lit lie Fremont Conference last year with a 5-3 record and had an overall mark of 7-5. The schedule: Xov. 15--at Silver Citv Xov. IS--Brtlot, home Xov. 22--at Thurman Xov. 29--at Tohnri' DPT. 2--at Pfroiv.il T"), -. 9--at Tli von on IV-o. IS--Col.urtr. home DPC. 17--at fitrahan TVo. 2 0 -- R i v p r t o n , home Jan. fi--Thurm.ir,. home Jan. T1--at Bnrlk-tt I n n 1 f i - 2 1 - - F i M t t f i n t r n n n t r Tour- nfi nif ni T-i i ?7--TVrr i \ T ' hAmrt m i d d l e me into the end 7one Ill'l'not^' ' '.'. '. f' M i . hi".in ' · · · u r i i i T - T o i K - J n l o n i i J'.r-i n i r l ( 1 7 , 1 1 1 ! ) ) f i n 01, · . f . t t i n . ; - Ton-lKlmvn. I It. - . K n f m l - 'I'.', ifl"--. from I . l r M l | h " \ i \ \ o i i . l - o n CM. pn,-,;-riin f i o n I I . i i i . l b . ^ K K M i i r h . I I f f . 1 . r u n ) ' M| M u l l e n M, n i n ) . Conversion: P.fmi Trap Shoot Sunday At Logan-Valley MISSOURI VALLEY -- T h e IP--Bert Wilson, 44, i He bolted known as the "voice of thp Chi- i of the l l l i n i 'r;i'j;o Cubs" dunnc; his 13 jenrs j as official announcer for the base- i b;ill te.im, died Saturday. Uilson, whoso re,il nam- was R i l p h R,-rtram P u r k e t f , hart ,1 wn- ler home in Meva, 'Y\f CuhC vvin- t(r t r a i n i n g site. He went to thp hospital earlier ilus week for a checkup and was i to h.'tvo he-en releasivi Saturday. | Hospital officials would not give i the cause of his death He is Mir- j vived by his widow and three chil- V bom* Logan-Missouri Valley Country ' dr e n. Club will be the site of a trap j shoot Sunday, starting at 1 -30 j p. m. i The event is sponsored by 1he I Missour Valley Fish and Wild , L i f p Olib. ' Pri/es wiM b^ hams haron. turkeys, rii;fk e , ants. He's Mo Outcast LAUREL, Md , ( N H A ) -- The selection board for the Washington. D. C. International at Laurel Raro Course, Nov 11. in\ itfd and pheas- Alfred C, Vanderhilt s Social Outcast 1 1956 "JAGUAR Mark VH-M Sedan $4275.00 Sports Car Performance... Closed Car Comfort. Also Available with Automatic Transmission or Overdrive. Call for o demonstration-LOYAL'S FOREIGN CARS Loyal Kafskee 2/04 Farnam, Omaha iNEWSPAFERr NEWSPAPER! \ f t ! o r : / f o r s a l t - To Place Your Want Ad DIAL 4061 Just Ask lor the WANT AD DEPT. f i r m . Gaza strip. An Egyptian spokes- Sehlott has campaigned on the ! man said an attack by nine Israeli past record of the Park Poard. armored cars exploded z. 45-min- He favors an expanded park pro- ufe gun duel. An Israeli spokesman gram " w i t h i n the limits of our |said three Egyptian attempts to in tha' 444 area were side reported invade Israel repulsed. Neither casualties. By Israeli account the Egpy- tians blasted with medium weap- the Fire-jons at a" Israeli motorized patrol ! budget." j Shebel--G3, 444 Houston Ave., ! was engaged in the furnace and ; sheet metal business here 40 | years, and is now retired. He 1 served as chairman of I Police Pension Board 22 years. I m (he Ain Hashlosha zone oppo- SlH-bfl says a Park Com mis- i s i t e the lower section of the Gaza sionr-r should consider his . j o b strip. The pa-tro! returned the fire, "comparable to running a busi- a military spokesman said, and nr-ss." He said a commissioner ;proceeded on its way with no should be "just as c a r e f u l about ; losses. Medium weapons in the using t h r p n h l i r ' s rnon^y as he Iwdor skirmisrs include mortars would be about hi-; own." .and marhiiv sinis. The Israeli spokesman denie.l the Israeli patrol had a t t a c k e d . and declared the Egyptian version was an attempt to distort ''.ho i r u l h . Israel filed a protest w i t h the U-N- Mixed Armistice Commission. Firpd At Positions The Egyptian spokesman said the Israeli armored vehiclvs approached the Israeli-Egyptian demarcation line souvh of K h a n Yunis in the lower Gaza strip and started firing at Egyptian positions. The Egyptians returned the fire an,! the Israelis w i t h d r e w he said. The Israeli Foreign M i n i s t r y spokesman did not pinpoint thr three Egyptian invasion a t r e m n t s . The Israelis reported two E g y p t i a n rvlatrwns atMckfvi Israeli positions two m,!^ ea^t of thr sTith/vn Ca/.a border l i n o Friday and w e n ' b e a t e n back. Atop A I'lnlcjiu F i f t y m i l e s south, I s r a - ' i i ;iml Egyptian guns faced each other atop t.io Kl S.'ibha p l a t e a u , but there wor^ no reports of ;i resump- t i o n of t h e fi.'rce 17-hour b a t t l e which orule,i Thursday. in ;he B r i t i s h rap-.ta! vn route to .lerusulem a f ! ' r t a l k s in Xew York w i t h I!. N. Secretary G e n e r a l Uag 1'. N". Proposal The U n i t e d Nations has proposed to Israel and Egypt a pi.m which it. hopes both sides w i l l accept and restore peace. Tile plan The U n i t e d States expressed concern Saturday -- as B n t i a n its did earlier this week--at increasing mil- is understood call for clear marking of the Kl Auja-Ni/.ana de- militarzed zone and troop with- Fire Damages Shoe Store In Ottumwa OTTHMWA fP -- f'';iv (M'.isrd heavy smoke and w a t e r d a m a g e to a ' t h r e e story brick b u i l d i n g in lire business d i s t r i c t here Saturday j n i g h t . I The flames, bclicvvd to hav," 1 s t a r t e r ] in thr basement of the ^ T r u o f i t Shoe Co.. rrwirc-d up a vent i l a t i o n s h a f t nndhroke t h r o u g h t h e [ r o o f . Firemen confine,1 the f l a m e s to t h e shoo company and a portion oHth,- roof. itary action between the two neigh- jdrawals from :·:. bors, but the U. N". truce super- i In a statement visor in P . i l f v l i n , - .-.aid h r . dul not believe " t h f Is:'(it'-ii A r a b dispute 1 w i l l jrow i n t o a n i i l - s c a l e w;ir." The supervisor. M n j . Gen. Edson I, NT. B u r n s of r.in,i,i,i. con- forrr-d in London S a t u r d a y w i f . i Pr'rn,- M : n i - ! . ' r V'^"' 'in.^ For 1 "iL r ri O f f i c e offici'i'?. BIITI.-. !=! to reporters, Burns sa:d- "I t h i n k there is a f a i r cnanrv of . v - t i i n i / a pause in thv f i g h t i n g t o e n i b i " l a - ' s i t u a t i o n t o he stabilized. I don't .think the Is- r a e l i - A r a b d i s p u t e will .XTOU- i n t o a f u l l - s c a l e w a r I I is possible. h;it my 7iie-; is t h a t i t s not l i k ' i y Lazo Dead In Crash MEXICO CITVr --A plane carrying Mexico's secretary of com- mmiicvitions. Carlos I^izo, orash,\) e a r l y Saturday rif.'ir IVxeoco Lake, two miles cast of Mexico c i t y . Firs; reports ivceiwd by ncwspv rvrs heiv said S'^vfn of t h ^ p'an A s v.'i;r.'ints were ki'.i^d a n d ^ew n ri rSPAPERf On Tfie Inside . . Schools To Observe Education Week Having Open House In observance of American E d u c a t i o n Week, many here w i l l hold open house. n schedule of d a l e s and page 1-B. :|c :Jc :·: I t ' s e x c i t i n g ,inc! to shop in a big store. T u page 6-C for ,1 t o u r with p a r e i l p h o t o g r a p ! * · : : : Would a ban of l o f t downtown P.r-oadway ease the flow of traffic'.' For answers obtained by the I n q u i Reporter. t u r n to p.ine 7-E. * * * "A smear c a m p a i g immense p r o r x i r t i o n s " GOP is charge in sir.ry on p.i\;o 4-A. * * :S Tucson is the future electronics center of A m e r i c a , Porter in her c o l u m n % ^ Oiher Xonp.wil features t B u i l d i n g .. f»-F Seer-Hoard Heaths ---- P-B TV T.OC ---- Frii:.-,n:u .. P - K Theaters K a r m ---- S-E IV

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