Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 31, 1967 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 31, 1967
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Devaney Fires Up Huskers— SU Foe S By The Associated Press Nebraska is twice-beaten in Big Eight football, but Coach Bob Devaney insists "We're not out of the championship picture." He's right, and the truth is. a five-way title tic is perfectly reasonably. You can work out a four-way championship deadlock, too. that is entirely plausible. A couple of 'cm, in faet. To finish 5-2, Nebraska would have to sweep its last four games with Iowa State, Oklahoma Slate, Missouri, and then Oklahoma on Thanksgiving Day on national television at Lincoln —a game in which Nebraska has a revenge motive. Oklahoma, now 2-0, could finish 5-2 by beating Colorado, Iowa State and Kansas, then losing to Nebraska and Oklahoma State. Oklahoma State, now M, could finish 5-2 by beating Missouri. Iowa Stale, Kansas Stale and Oklahoma and losing to Nebraska. Colorado, now 3-1, could finish 5-2 with a loss to Oklahoma, then victories over Kansas and K-State. Kansas, now 3-0, could wind up 5-2 by beating K-State and Missouri to go with the above mentioned losses to Colorado Tlme« Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Oct. 31, 1967 and Oklahoma. If the Jayhawks lost to Missouri, they would drop out. leaving a four-way tie. On the other hand, Kansas could be part of a four-way tie at 5-2 if you assume a Kansa victory over Missouri and re verse the above results o the Colorado-Oklahoma, Oklaho ma-OSU and Kansas-Colorad games. This would drop OIL out of the title deadlock. Irish in Top 10; Trojans Hold 1st By The Associated Press Ara Parseghian got his wish today, and Southern Califomi, got the No. 1 spot again in Th Associated Press' major colleg football poll. Resting nine spots below thi unbeaten Trojans, in 10th place was Notre Dame, last year' national champion which had tumbled from the Top Ten by losing two of its first five games. But the Irish defeated Michigan State 24-12 last Saturday and now are back among the elite, an achievement that makes Coach Parseghian hap- PY- Talking about the rankings after the Michigan State con- L The Finest Steaks, Seafood And Our Special Smorgasbord of Country Style Bar-B-Que Ribs Plus An Outstanding Salad Bar * Serving: 7:00 P.M. UNTIL 11:00 P.M. ? test, Parseghian said: "We have no conference championship to play for and nc bowl game to shoot at. All we can do is get into the Top Ten rankings. That's our only goal and the boys are doing a go« job." Southern California continues to do a good job, too. The Trojans won their seventh game by whipping Oregon 28-6 and were rewarded with all 43 first-place votes in the latest poll. The Trojans' Los Angele_ neighbor, UCLA, didn't play but had no trouble holding onto its No. 2 spot. Colorado, one of the two Top Ten teams to lose last Saturday, skidded from third to ninth. Houston, the other loser, dropped from ninth to the also- ran group. Oklahoma State edged Colorado 10-7, and Mississippi nipped Houston 14-13. The four teams behind Colorado last week each climbed one spot, but unbeaten Indiana made the biggest gain of all, rising from 10th to seventh after crushing Arizona 42-7 for its sixth victory. Tennessee moved up to third, unbeaten North Carolina State to fourth, Georgia to fifth and Purdae to sixth. Wyoming remained No. 8. The Top Ten, with first-place votes In parentheses and total points on a 10-9-8-etc. basis: 1. Sou. Calif. (43) 2. UCLA 3. Tennessee 4. No. Carolina St. 5. Georgia 6. Purdue 7. Indiana 8. Wyoming 9. Colorado 0. Notre Dame 430 367 305 288 217 206 172 112 35 A four, or five-way title tie at 5-2 would put both Nebras ka and Colorado in the bowl picture at 8-2, assuming the Buffs beat Air Force. Of course, Devaney also wa trying to get his player cranked up for Iowa State. Chuck Fairbanks, Oklahom. coach, said Colorado this Satur day will be "tough, tough tough, really roaring back aft er the loss to OSU." Kansas Coach Pepper Rodg ere, brushed off any idea hi Jayhawks might have a letdown against K-State because "We'n not good enough to have a let down." Vince Gibson, K-State coach warned "We are on our wav back." Coach Phil Cutchin of Oklaho ma State said "We haven't scored on Missouri in two sea sons and I sure hope our squac is aware of this." Most clubs were in good shape in injuries. Colorado is an exception. On offense, Colorado started only four men againsil OSU who had started agains.1 Missouri two weeks earlier. Two others played briefly. Guard Kirk Tracy, end Mike Pruelt and slotback John Farler were still out Monday. Missouri Coach Dan Devine is considering some personnel changes. Sophomore quarterback Craig Weaver will be practicing with the first unit. Carroll Shooters Beat Pocahontas Balanced scoring netted the Carroll Rifle Club a 1488 to 1401 decision over Pocahontas in a match Saturday night. Melvin Eischeid paced Carroll with 379. He was followed >y Don Jones 373, Bob Sterns "170 and Danny Hausman 366. Fred Chadwick led Pocahon- ias with 382 while Ben Schade had 368, Paul Mueller 327 and Terry Hull 324. Carroll shooters included Dennis Bistline, Ted Meiners and Vic Meiners. Pocahontas hooters included John Botine, Bob Ahlrich and Roger Schade. Nagel and Warmath in Scare Mood By The Associated Press- lowa Coach Ray Nagel and Minnesota Coach Murray Warmath both say they're a bit apprehensive about Saturday's football match at Iowa City. "This is a big, tough Minnesota team," Nagel said Monday. "They are not too sophisticated on offense, but they are the type of team that comes after you with the back - alley type of fight." Warmath told a Minneapolis fan club that Hawkeye quarterback Ed Podolak is the best signal caller in the Big Ten. And he added, "You know what it's like to play a game in Iowa City." Warmath said the scare Michigan threw into the Gophers before Minnesota won 20-15 last Saturday is sure to help his team against Iowa. Nagel promoted Duane Grant, a junior from St. Cloud, Minn., to the No. 1 defensive right tackle job Monday, dropping John Diehl to the No. 3 sopt. Mayberry Back On Cyclone 1st Defensive Team AMES (AP) - Linebacker Dave Mayberry was elevated to ;he top defensive team, replac- ng Al Staidl, as the Iowa State botball squad began workouts Monday for its clash with Nebraska at Lincoln Saturday. Mayberry had been hampered )y an injury. Asst. Coach Ken Heizer, who scouted Nebraska's 29-0 win over Texas Christian Saturday, said the Cornhuskers are "a good ball club. Nebraska is much faster than last year." Packers Rally Past Cardinals By The Associated Press ST. LOUIS (AP) - Green Bay won the football game, but St. Louis quarterback Jim Hart made believers of the Packers. The world champion Packers used two fourth-quarter touchdowns to overcome a brilliant performance by the 23-year-old Hart and whipped the Cardinals 31-23 Monday night in a National League Football game. "We're glad to get out of that one alive," sighed Green Bay halfback Elijah Pitts after the game. A capacity crowd of 49,792 sat in on the game, which was televised nationally. Although it rained much of the day in St. Louis, the downpour slowed to a most of the game. mist during Green Bay turned an intercepted pass and a 93-yard kickoff return into touchdowns to offset Hart's performance. The young quarterback passed for two touchdowns and completed 16 of 29 passes for 317 yards. Bart Starr, the veteran Packers' quarterback, connected on 11 of 26 for 117 yards and one touchdown. "He has a great touch," Starr said of Hart. And he added, "He also has a great sense of timing and a great deal of poise." Some of the Packers had indicated that perhaps Hart had been lucky in earlier games. But, Pitts added, "You can't get by that long on luck. He's a terrific ballplayer." The victory gave Green Bay a 5-1-1 record and the lead in the Western Conference's Central Division. St. Louis dropped to 43 and a three-way tie with New York and Cleveland for the lead in the Eastern Conference's Century Division. 'VV^VT'TVVV'T' 1 Hunter Timetable For Goose and Duck Hunters CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Oct. 31 — 6:19 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Nov. 1 — 6:20 a.m. to 5:14 p.m. Vov. 2 — 6:21 a.m. to 5:12 p.m. Vov. 3 — 6:22 a.m. to 5:11 p.m. Vov. 4 — 6:24 a.m. to 5:10 p.m. 5 — 6:25 a.m. to 5:09 p.m. 6 — 6:26 a.m. to 5:08 p.m. Smaller Payoffs For Series Clubs ANNOUNCEMENT THIS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3RD MR. C. A. WEBB CAPPS SALES REPRESENTATIVE AND STYLE COUNSELOR WILL BE HERE WITH A TRUNK SHOWING OF Complete Fall and Winter Line of Swatches Plus a Sneak Preview of Spring 1968 COME ANY TIME BETWEEN 8:30 A. M. AND 8:30 P. M. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3 NEW YORK (AP) - Buy jun ior a football helmet instead o a baseball glove for his nex birthday. The eventual payof could be bigger for him. The St. Louis Cardinals- baseball variety, not football— and the Boston Red Sox got th word Monday from Commis sioner William D. Eckert's of fice on their winning World Se ries shares. The seven-game victory was worth a mere $8,314.81 to each Cardinal and $5,115.23 for each losing Boston Red Sox. Those are pale figures com pared with recent World Serie payoffs. The winning share wa. the smallest since the New Yort Yankees collected $7,389.13 fo: beating Cincinnati in 1961. And it was the smallest losing share since the 1952 Brooklyn Dodgers picked up $4,200.64 apiece. The limited capacity of Bos ton's Fenway Park, which holds only 35,188, caused the smal payoffs. But both the Cardinals and Red Sox were generou with the shares. St. Louis gave pitcher Jack Lamabe, acquired from the New York Mets in July, a full share and also voted the full amount to pitcher Jim Cosman, who spent most of the season in the minors. Boston awarded half shares to pitchers Dennis Bennett and Galen Cisco, both of whom were cut early, and a half share to catcher Elston Howard, picked up from New York in August. Ken Harrelson, picked up from Kansas City in September, was voted a one-third share. The Red Sox also voted $1,000 to the Jimmy Fund, a local charity, and the same amount to Ken Brett, a young left-hand- er brought up late in the season. Second place was worth $1,484.70 to each member of the San Francisco Giants while the Chicago Cubs received $1,080.88 for finishing third, the Cincinnati Reds $428.51 apiece for fourth place and the Philadelphia Phillies $197.18 for fifth place. Detroit and Minnesota tied for second in the American League, with each Tiger picking up $1,268.68 and each Twin $1,171.33. The Twins shut ex-manager Sam Mele out of a cut but awarded a full share to Mrs. Walter Bond, widow of the outfielder who spent the early part of the year with Minnesota and died of leukemia during the season. Gypsy Joe Undefeated In 22 Bouts PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Gypsy Joe Harris still is unbeaten today, but you couldn't convince Irish Bobby Cassidy. Harris won a close, unanimous 10-round decision over Cassidy, of New York, Monday night for his 22nd victory. Cassidy now is 27-7-2. "I think I won and I don't think I'm alone in that," said the 23-year-old Cassidy. "There were a few other people who thought so. Even some of Gypsy Joe's fans came up and said I won." It was a hard-fought fight in which the decision could have gone either way. One judge and the referee scored it 46-45 for Harris, while a second judge voted 47-43 phian. The scored it a 44-44 draw. This was Harris' first fight against a southpaw and his initial venture against a full- fledged middleweight. The No. 1 or No. 2 challenger for the welterweight title, depending on which poll you read, Harris had to rally in the final round to maintain his spotless record. a for the Philadel- Associated Press McDonald's Son Excells as Top Prep Grid Player school football players, wrtttn for The Associated Press by •ports writers of AP-member newspapers.) By ROGER BATES Muscatine Journal MORNING SUN (AP)-As the nursery song goes, "Old McDonald had a farm,"-and he also has a son named Dennis. Dennis McDonald, 17, lives on a farm near Morning Sun, where he is an above average student in a school of 109 students. Not only are his abilities displayed on a football field, but also in track and wrestling. McDonald, 6-0, 200-pounds, is in his third year as a starter, but he didn't really blossom until his junior year, when he rushed for 1,571 yards in 169 carries (8.9 average) and scored 18 touchdowns. His totals are even so far this year more impressive. He's already amassed 1,319 yards in 128 tries 10.3 yards per carry and scored'14 touchdowns. Only Morning Sun losses this 'ear have been to Columbus Community, when McDonald was sidelined with a leg injury, o undefeated Wapello, and 7-6 o New London last weekend. McDonald scored four touchdowns, while picking up 428 yards in a 74-13 rout of Dan- /ille three weeks ago. Against Highland two weeks ago he added six more TDs and 363 /ards. Other distinctions for McDonld the past year include a ourth place finish in the low urdles at the state meet and >eing one of three Morning Sun wrestlers to make it to the state vrestling tourney. Chiefs Bid for 99 Year Lease KANSAS CITY (AP) - Lamar Hunt, owner of the Kansas City Chiefs' American Football League team, has offered to pay over $52 million for a 99-year lease on the proposed twin- stadium Jackson County sports complex. Hunt would form an operating company to control the entire layout — including the football and baseball stadiums with their removable roof, parking, concessions, and a tract that could be developed for auto racing. The company would provide office services, advertising, public relations, promotion and season ticket sales for both the Chiefs and the new American League baseball team Kansas City will have in 1969. The organization would pay $750,000 a year for the original 40-year lease, a 20-year renewal option at $500,000 a year, a second renewal option at $375,000 a year, and a 19-year renewal option for $250,000 a year. Area Games Friday Games- Carroll at Sac City Denison at Harlan Perry at Lake City Jefferson at Audubon Guthrie Center at Manning Exira at Scranton Manilla at Bayard Coon Rapids at Glidden-Ralston Lake View-Auburn at Newell Crestland at Wall Lake Saturday Game— Kuemper at Fort Dodge St. Edmond Office Supplies See us for your office equipment. Desks, Chairs, Stands. Filing Cabinets. STONE'S CARROLL, IOWA You're personally invited this Friday to visit us during this extensive trunk showing of over 1,000 swatches offered by CAPPS CLOTHES, and also browse through the fine CAPPS suits, sport coats, and slacks we have in stock in our store. If you are in need of a new suit, or sport coat and slacks, your measurements are taken for a stock size, or Custom Made-to-Measure with the utmost skill and accuracy by Mr. C. A. Webb. You choose a style to suit your personal taste from a wide and colorful range of over 1,000 swatches offered by CAPPS Clothes and the the cost is pleasantly reasonable. The end result is most gratifying in good looks, in fine fit and true distinction. NOCKELS CLOTHIERS CARROLL NORTH STAR WE WILL ALSO SERVICE YOUR OIL BURNER, FURNACE OR HEATER ANNOUNCING A NEW AUTO SERVICE To People of This Area Phone 4980 We are now offering automotive services over and above what can be done at our two service stations such as General Automotive, tune-up, and Arc Welding. The new NORTH STAR SERVICE CENTER will ferfTJh'i 9 * of , . BOBT CUNNINGHAM with How* d Backes helping him. The location is the rear of the bu.ldmg occupied by the METZ Thrift Store on High, way 71 across west of Houlihan Oil Co. NORTH STAR HEATING OILS "Choice of Thrifty People" NORTH STAR SERVICE CENTER

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