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with Jim VanHeel tw When they their worst ii -9 record this past fall, it that Iowa has' a lot of^nSti • In 1931 - the Hawks w e « who later 1 was to • ' took over for the 1932 season and • • • S 01 *™ left a^r the 1936 S me:to '' the ^P" 8 • • • He had . football equipment but he couldn't J? ct ?n<* • v- His 1937 team was 1-7 and there was httle^improvemeht in 1938 with a 1-6-1 record. i «. * Eddie Anderson had a good 4-year run but left for the Eennce and Slip Madigan took over the coaching . . His 1943 team was 1-6-1 and in 1944 Iowa had a 1-7 .mark under Madigan. A TOO MUCH TEAM — The way Michigan State demolished football foes at the end of the season, the Spartans will, be a favorite in the Rose Bowl by the moat solid nod since the Germans moved into Luxembourg in World War II , . . Any time, any year, when you can send Michigan, Ohio State and Notre -Uame to the woodshed with minus rushing yardage the opposition should be something from the pro ranks, not mere collegians. The Big Ten had, its worst time we can recall in football competition against non-conference teams this past season . . . There was an even split against outside foes with 13 wins, 13 defeats and three ties. Luther College was 6-3 in football this past season and that makes the Norsemen 93-28-4 in 14 seasons under head coach Ed Schweizer . . . Luther should be tough next year as there were only six .seniors playing ball and the backfield was made up of three sophomores and a junior. MAJOR PROVIDERS — The leading school in providing players for the National Football League. is Notre Dame with 19 former Irish players on the club rosters . . .'Next is Michigan' State with 16 followed by. Louisiana State and Southern Cal with 13 each and Ohio State with 11 . . . By conferences, the Big Ten is well in front with 100 players followed by : the Southeastern with 67. . . . . This will be the last "ugh" in picking football winners ... I don't know if this was a bad year for apples but it sure was a bad year for, selecting the college victors .'.'..' The season's mark stands at 19691-10 for .686 ... So here's the last gasp tin Saturday games: Florida over Florida State, Navy over Army, Mississippi over Miss. State, Georgia Tech over Georgia, Boston College over Holy Cross, Texas Christian over Southern Methodist, Notre Dame over Miami, Southern Cal over Wyoming, Baylor over Rice, Tennessee over Vanderbilt and Arizona State over Arizona. Paul Danielson, freshman fullback from Swea City, finished as the leading ground gainer for Wartburg with 428 yards although he didn't get to play in the opener . . . Another North lowan, Roger Kittleson of St. Ansgar, was the top passer with his throws going for 638 yards. > BIG BOYS — The Los Angeles Rams aren't going to win the National Football League title . . . but their front linemen on defense pose quite a problem for opposing runners and passers because of size . . . The average height is 6-5 and average weight 270 pounds . .. Dave Jones is 6-4 and 261, Merlin •Olsen 6-5 and 276, Rosey Grier 6-5 and 290 and Lamar Lundy 6-7 and 260. Norm Van Brocklin, the Minnesotan who quit and came back to coach the Minnesota Vikings in the space of two days, has one record in the NFL which may never be topped . . . When he was with the L.A. Rams in 1951, he passed for 554 yards against the New York Yanks (yes, the Yanks were in the league at that time). . Business is -good for the Minnesota Vikings ... With a game to go, they've already surpassed last year's total: attendance . :. Four. straight games have been sellouts and home attendance for league play this season shows 98.7 per cent of stadium capacity. Two Texas women lead Titleholders AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — A lack of wind may be the answer to participants' prayers in Friday's second round of the Women's Titleholders Golf Tournament. In the opening round Thursday, only three of the 25 leaders managed better scores on the back nine at the Augusta Country Club than on.the' first nine holes as the players drove- into the wind on seven of the final nine holes. Sandra Haynie of Fort Worth Tex., grabbed a share of the lead by carding a 35 on the back nine after going out in 36. Miss Haynie's 71 was matched by another Texan, Kathy Whit worth of San Antonio. Miss Whitworth recovered from a double bogey on the second hole and finished one under par for the front nine by carding birdies on the third, seventh and eighth holes. Third place in the first day's action went to Beth Stone with a 34-38—72. Par for the course it 72. Five players, Marlene Bauer iagge, Ruth Jessen, Carol Mann, Betsy Rawls and Wanda Sanchez, were bunched with 73s while three other players were only three strokes off the .pace »t 74. ;.; • Defending champion Marilyn Smith was among those finishing at 74. ' x The 72-hole tournament ends Sunday. Football scores COLLEGE Bueknell 23, Darfdion 11. Cornell M, Penn 14. Nebrtika 21, OkUbomit ». • Tolm 48, Colorado SUte 21). Texmi 21, Texts A*M 17. rirriala Teck 44, VIrrlnfa MllfUrjr 13 NFl, Btlltaore 24, Detroit 31. • ' ,AFL 20, SMI Diego 20. Ltpns 24, Colts 24; Bills, San Diego tie 1 *.. .1 »'t. - •: . ^*^ By Th« Associated Pr«ss Baltimore's Johnny Unitas and Buffalo's Jackie Kemp won races with the clock Thursday giving their teams ties in professional football's two tradi- :ional Thanksgiving Day games. Unitas rallied th* National Football League's Western Con- 'erence-leading Colts to a 24-24 tie against an aroused Detroit club and Kemp pushed the defending American League champion Bills to within one victory of another Eastern Division crown, tying San Diego 2020. RIGHT HOOKS? — It's just part ofVlittle ole football game. Sam Williams (dark jersey)'of Detroit rushes in to break up a pass by John Unitas of Baltimore. The Colts star quarterback barely .has time to get the ball away. He returned from the ailing list and completed 14-of 35 throws for 154 yards \vith three of the passes going for touchdowns as Baltimore rallied in the second half for a 24-24 tie with the Lions. Nicklaus three behind Ex-paratrooper holds Cajun Classic lead Detroit Coach Harry Gilmer said things might have been different if his Lions could have the final 24 seconds of the game aack. Unitas, battered by the Lions all afternoon and held to 14 completions ' in 34 attempts, tossed three scaring passes. "Unitas completed only six passes in the second half, five oj them were in the final quarter, including 51 and 15-yard scoring tosses to John Mackey. The Lions, who held the Colts twice deep in their own territory before the tying score, got their last chance when Pat Studstil called for a fair catch on the Baltimore 42 with 24 seconds to go. Milt Plum, noticing the clock was running, threw the ball out of bounds and Wayne Walker missed on a 50-yard field goal :ry in the final seconds, Detroit had led 21-10 at half- ;ime. _ Kemp drove the Bills down field in the final minute against the Chargers and. set up Pete Gogolak's 22-yard field goal that gained the tie with six seconds to play. The veteran quarterback hit end Paul Costa with a 35-yard pass and then scram bled to the Charger 15 before Gogolak's second field goal o the game tied it. The deadlock enabled Buffalo to clinch a tie for its seconc straight AFL division title. The Colts, meanwhile, remained one game in front of Green Bay ii the NFL's Western Conference The Packers .can cut tha margin in half by whipping las place Los Angeles Sunday. W^'^m'^w*' j/ ^ "*/*f „ >"*,",' Nov. 25, 19*5 Takes 2 seconds to decide Tulsa taking famed aerial duo to Bluebonnet Bowl By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer Glenn Dobbs is not one to make rash decisions. So the Tulsa coach gave long and careful consideration to the invitation for his football team to appear in the Bluebonnet Bowl game. It took, oh, about two seconds. "11 just so happens we can LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) — Two blond giants who hit a golf — not Nicklaus, nor A r n i e ball a country mile were in the spotligtit Friday as the $30,179 won his first time out. r " a lit-rt fM a eei/» ti«^Hi f inn oil tr rVTir»lrl iVi «• /5*if-»-xii-j-» 4-**, Cajun Classic — traditionally the final tourney on the PGA national circuit each year — went into its second round. One is Jack Niaklaus, who not only has won two Masters' titles aut has become the master of about all he can see on the fairways in just four years. The other is Paul Bondeson, a 25-year-old ex-paratrooper who las never won a tournament. He had to lay off the tour during the summer to get what he calls his attitude straightened out. By attitude, Bondeson — who made,his first start in a PGA tourney at the Cajun Classic four, years ago — means his tendency to get rattled and despondent over a bad shot and blow sky high. Bondeson cut six strokes off par for a 66 and the first round lead in the Cajun Classic Thursday. A bogey on the final hole, a par 3 with a yawning lagoon in front of the green which he overshot, kept the handsome swinger from having a 65. There's another golfer in good position to win his first tournament. John Josephson, a youngster from New Jersey who's playing in his first PGA tourney, carded a 68 and shared second place two strokes behind Beard and Bert Weaver. No pro Palmer, nor Gary Player—ever Nicklaus, despite trouble with two par 5 holes remained in contention with a 69. The Golden Bear electrified the gallery following him on the beautiful 75 degree Thanksgiving Day by booming a drive almost 400 yards on one par 5. Then he took a nine iron and hit the pin. The ball rolled past two feet and the Columbus, Ohio shotmaker tapped it in for an eagle. Bondeson also got an eagle on a par 5, using a four wood on his second shot to place the ball four inches away from the cup. St. Louis Hawks win 6th straight on home court ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis posted its sixth straight home court National Basketball Association victory Thursday night as the Hawks withstood a fourth quarter rally by the San Francisco Warriors. The Hawks pulled out the verdict. 119-113. Guy Rodgers led the Warrior uprising that almost caught the Hawks. San Francisco came from 21 points down early in the $1,800 in fines against Rangers for hockey brawl MONTREAL (AP) — New York Ranger General Manager Emile Francis and a dozen of his players are carrying lighter wallets Friday after. National Hockey League President Clarance Campbell levied $1,800 in fines" for their part in last Sunday night's brawl at Madison Square Garden. Campbell fined Francis $250, tagged seven Rangers $150 each and five others $100 apiece for the melee which resulted after Francis left his side arena seat to argue over a disputed Detroit goal with judge Arthur Reichert. The peppery general manager was exchanging angry word; with Reichert when an uniden tified fan joined-the hassle. Sud denly the fan and Francis began throwing punches.. ., When they saw their GM in the middle of the hassle, severa Ranger players scaied the 10 foot glass partition and came to Francis' aid. Governor finds terms agreeable for "nonwager wini>.ivniuE<i^.i.U|' isgui. (Ar) — Gov. Edmund G. Brown jovially * cce P te <* Michigan Gov. George gan State Rose Bowl football game New Year's Day. Earlier this week, Romney said he would feed 50 hungry Jalifornians" if squad downed team. Bondeson with eight others in- third period to within three half- eluding tour fixtures Frank way through the fourth stanza. FAN FARE Walt Ditzen Now lo The. TimeTo RcfinUh That, Boat For Next Year! GREEN Ph*n» 4B-29U BOOMHOITER'S For Your ... BIRD SEED or Bird Feeders BOOMHOWER'S 423-Zm DMA BURGERER WILL UNLOAD YOUR CARLOAD DIAL 423-6063 " SACRAMENTO (AP)— the the California Michigan Romney insisted he is not a betting man, so everyone called it a "nonbet." Wednesday, Brown wired Romney: "The terms of your nonwager are altogether agreeable. The only question now remaining is whether we will dine in Michigan or make you ship the food to California." Sports calendar FRIDAY— (basketball) Mason City Mohawks at Cedar Falls, sophs at 6:30, varsity at 8. Mason City Newman at Gilbertville Don Bosco. Mason City J.C. vs. Creston J.C. in Creston Invitational tourney, time 9. SATURDAY— (basketball) Mason City J.C. in Creston tournament. HOISTED HUSKER — Coach Bob Devaney clutching the game ball, rides out of the stadium on the shoulders of Nebraska players after the Huskers beat Oklahoma for a perfect 10-0 season record. Okies were stubborn Huskers rally to cap perfect 10-0 season By JIM VAN VALKENBURG — — -**•**•• u *j W| ^ v*ii» i j».j tji j tj uiifz may Associated Press Sports Writer bc thc bcst bow , games lhis sea . LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Ne- son Draska's talented team has given Bob Devaney his first perfect bowl record," he said, season in college football, and the nation's winningest coach Devaney's 73-15-5 record made it clear he considers his an i812 percentage leads udue IL uicar nu Lunsiuers nis — .~^- ^wn^nm^ A^aua uic team No. 1 no matter how the na tion's active college coaches. !• . t it .. TTrt tr- OO C «4 XT >t I <.»..«. _t •!_!national poll voting goes. "This is the high point of my career," he said Thanksgiving Day after his Big Eight champs rallied to whip stubborn Oklahoma 21-9 before 52,865 and a national television audience. The normally unemotional Huskers, ranked third national- y, tossed Devaney and his as- stants under the showers. 'This is the best team we've ver had and these boys are as ood as anybody," Devaney aid. "The 1963 team (10-1, Ornge Bowl, Big Eight champs) as good but it lost one. This ear's team maintained its oise in tough situations. "It has better personnel, more lent, more depth and it's more xplosive. Many times it's hard- r to win 10 when everybody xpects it than when you sneak p on it." Nebraska locked up its first erfect season since 1915 and ill take a 10-0 record against nee-beaten Alabama in the Ornge Bowl. KI.IPTO - KMPTO - KLIPTO PERMA-STAMP® HAND STAMP Never needs on ink pad! Fast. Easy. Efficient. Can be custom ordered to meet any size, ghape or meM- aae requirement. PERMA- STAMP will reproduce colors, fine lines, small type laces, logotypes — even photos — in true, accurate detail. PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING SUNDAY, NOV. 2 P.M. 28TH Kit??© Frontier Ballroom * MAIN EVENT Stamper and Lee Henning vs. Sonny Myers and Par O'Connor * SEMI-FINAL Bobby Shone vs. Jim Wehbo if SPECIAL EVENT Lee Henning vs. Johnny Meyers if OPENING Stamper vs. Pat O'Connor ',i Sou»h D*l<«» if TICKETS * $2-$1.50_$l Devaney thinks this one may "Just look at Alabama's great for the go," Dobbs said after his swift- striking Hurricane had stormed over Colorado State University 48-20 Thursday with the record- breaking passing combination of Billy Anderson to Howard Twilley setting still more national marks. Tulsa, which finished at 8-2, will play Tennessee in the Doc. 18 game in Houston. Tennessee, 5-1-2, has two games left, including Saturday's match wilh Vanderbilt. "This is the greatest thrill of my life," said Twilley, who fin ished .second in the Heisman Trophy voting and comes from a Houston suburb. Anderson, who passed for a national record 502 yards against Colorado State, had to engineer a big last quarter. Leading only 21-20, Anderson clicked on last-quarter touchdown passes covering 60, 63, 51 and 13 yards. Nebraska, ranked third in the nation, closed out a 10-0 regular season, its first perfect season in 50 years, with a 21-9 comeback against Oklahoma; Texas rallied for a 21-17 decision over Texas A&M, Cornell crushed Pcnn 38-14 and Virginia Tech beat VMI 44-13 in the other major Thanksgiving Day games. The long football weekend continues Saturday with a flock of traditional games, topped by the Army-Navy match in Philadelphia. Navy is a one-touchdown favorite in the game, which has little but tradition to recommend it this year. The Middies are 4-4-1 and Army is 4-5, with Navy working against a tougher schedule. Probably the most important game is Alabama's meeting with Auburn in Birmingham. Both are bound for bowl games, and the winner takes the Southeastern Conference title with him. Alabama, 7-1-1 and Nebraska's opponent in the Orange Bowl, is ranked fifth nationally and is favored. Auburn, bolstered by an invitation to the Liberty Bowl, is 5-3-1 over-all but 4-0-1 in the SEC. Both 'Bama and Auburn were tied by Tennessee. \ In some of th* other traditional games, Gator Bowl-bound Georgia Tech plays Georgia Boston College is at Holy Cross, Arizona at Arizona State, Florida State at Sugar Bowl-bound Florida, Mississippi at Mississippi State, Baylor at Rice and Southern methodist at Texas Christian. er. FIGHT RESULTS CARDIFF, Wales-Brian CurvU, «4M, *• stopped Sammy McSpadden, , Scotland, 12. LOS ANGELES —Joey OrbUlo, 187, Wilmington, Calif., outpointed Billy Stephan, 185V4, Hollywood, Calif., 10 is 38-5 at Nebraska, with four bowl teams and three straight Big Eight crowns. At Wyoming his record was 35-10-5. Halfback Harry (Light Horse) Wilson led the Huskers Thursday with a 66-yard touchdown run and raced behind the secondary for a 38-yard TD pass from Bob Churchich, both in the third quarter. The Huskers gained revenge for Oklahoma's season-ending 17-7 upset last year that spoiled a perfect record. But they had to do it the hard way. The fired- up Sooncrs hit hard, blocked a punt and pounced on three fumbles for a 9-0 lead. Charlie (Choo Choo) Winters made it 97 at halftime with a 29-yard TD blast, running over two men. Notre Dame, ranked sixth after losing last week's tough battle with Michigan State, closes out at Miami, Wyoming is at Southern California, Brigham Young at New Mexico, and West Texas State at Texas Western in others. ALLEN TRAVEL Personally Conducted Tours HAWAII Feb. Tour Cost From ' Minneapolis 1 to 13 $599.95 Tour Conductors Bob Thomson with Vcrn BromhcrK anil Marion Knick of KCHA PUERTO RICO 4 ST. 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Dial 424-3211 IMPERIAL SPECIAL CASH PRICE on ANTI-FREEZE ETHYLENE GLYCOL BASE 15 Permanent Type Anti-Fr««z* (R«g. $1.39) Limit of Two Gallons With G«s Purchas* 1 P«r Gallon Imperial Service Station 130—4th Slmt N.E. phon. 423-9889 JIM LEFEBVRE —Dodger irrfielder Ex-bat boy voted N.L top rookie BOSTON (AP) — Second baseman Jim Lefebvre of Los Angeles, who once served the Dodgers as a bat boy, was named Friday the National League's 1965 Rookie of the Year. Lefebvre, the fourth Dodger to win the award since it was inaugurated in 1949, polled 13 votes from a 20-man committee of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Joe Morgan, Houston Astros, second baseman, received four votes and San Francisco relief pitcher Frank Linzy received three votes from the same committee that selected Willie Mays as the NL's Most Valuable Play-

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