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Orange Bowl Seeks Oklahoma— Army Awaits Sugar Bid By The Associated Press The college football bowl picture still stands shrouded in fog today, but it should clear Saturday and surprising Army is expected to march out of the haze with its first postseason date in history. All Army, with a 7-1 record, has to do is beat Pittsburgh — and it is heavily favored to do so — Saturday and Sugar Bowl officials are almost certain to invite the Cadets to play in New Orleans on New Year's Day. And Army might break precedent and accept. "We're the only service academy that has not played in a bowl," Col. Jerry Capka, athletic director at the U.S. Military Academy, said Monday at West Point, N.Y., after acknowl? edging that Army has had feelers. "We have no policy against it. Our attitude is that we will wait until we get a bid and then consider it on its merits." Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1967 Tennessee and Oklahoma, should they get by rougher opponents Saturday, are sure to be marching alongside Army Monday, the day bids can be received and accepted under NCAA rules. They must wait until the Monday after the third playing Saturday in November. Tennessee can all but wrap up the Southeastern Conference title by beating Mississippi and WHAT AN OFFER! 2<°25 ANY SIZE LISTED PLUS 37c to S7c per tire Fed. Excise Tax, sales tax, and 2 trade- in tires of same size off your car. 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Auburn must first get by Georgia and North Carolina State by Clemson on Saturday and Miami by Notre Dame Nov. 24. If Army bows out of the picture, Penn State, 6-2, could step in. Texas, 6-2, and Texas A&M, 44, probably will decide the Southwest Conference title and the Cotton Bowl host in Dallas when they meet on Thanksgiving Day. The opponent? Take your pick between the teams previously mentioned. Hunter Timetable For Goose and Duck Hunters CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Nov. 16-6 Nov. 17—6 Nov. 18—6: Nov. 19—6 Nov. 20-6 Nov. 21-6 Nov. 22—6 Nov. 23—6 Nov. 24—6 Nov. 25—6 Nov. 26—6 Nov. 27-6 38 a.m. 39 a.m. 41 a.m. :42 a.m. :43 a.m. :44 a.m. :45 a.m. 47 a.m. :48 a.m. :49 a.m. :50 a.m. 15 a.m. to 4:58 p.m. to 4:57 p.m. to 4:56 p.m. to 4:56 p.m. to 4:55 p.m. to 4:54 p.m. to 4:53 p.m. to 4:53 p.m. to 4:52 p.m. to 4:52 p.m. to 4:51 p.m, to 4:51 p.m. Expansion By AL Irks Rival Loop CHICAGO (AP) - The National League, holding an informal meeting Monday, rapped the rival American League for allegedly breaking the rules and discussing baseball expansion plans of its own. President Warren Giles chided the AL for what he called a violation of the rules but said the National league will not contest the junior circuit's expansion to Seattle. Last month the American League shifted the Athletics' franchise from Kansas City to Oakland and then expanded to 12 teams by awarding franchises to Seattle and Kansas City to operate by 1969, if possible. Giles said "the major league rules provide that before a major league makes a commitment or takes any official action to expand, its program will be presented to and discussed at a joint meeting. "The resolutions adopted by the American League on Oct. 18-19 providing for transfer ol the Kansas City club to Oakland and for expansion of the American League to Kansas City and Seattle involves a commitment and official action by the American League prior to a joinl meeting which is contrary to the rule," said Giles. ''However, in the interest of baseball as a whole, the National League waives any claim of the rule and will not oppose expansion of the American League to Kansas City and Seattle," he added. Giles then said the National League discussed expansion at its meeting. No vote was taken, but Giles remarked that he "would say there was sentiment for expansion. "We will have a joint meeting on Nov. 30 in Mexico City,' said Giles. "The next day the National League will meet on its own, and expansion again will be discussed. "I do know that there will be no franchises granted at Mexico City if we do decide to expant because we cannot move thai fast. "Our meeting today was jusi about informal as any which '. have presided over. We pre pared ourselves to go into the joint meeting and talk intelli gently," said Giles. Giles said he had franchise applications from Buffalo, Dallas-Fort Worth, San Diego anc Milwaukee and "I also have a letter from Toronto which I con sider a franchise bid and I have an application from another city that has requested that it remain unidentified at this time,' he said. However, Giles later indicated the city wishing to remain un identified was Montreal and tha he also had received "a letter from a good friend of basebal in Denver asking that Denver be considered for a franchise.' electric heat You couldn't really say electric heat looks like this. For one thing, there's no •furnace with electric heat, Electric heat lets you set the temperature in each room — individually. Warm in the bedroom. Cool in the kitchen. Or maybe the other way around. Anyway... there are a lot of other reasons why electric heat is the modern way. For example — electric heat is silent. And dust free. And draft free. And something else, too. The cost of electric heat has dropped almost one-third since 1964. Special IPS rates. Find out why electric heat belongs in your home. Or new addition. Visit IPS. Won't whiter be nice? Loop Standings BO-COON FINAL W L T Pomeroy 8 1 Battle Creek 7 1 Lake View-Auburn .... 6 3 Lohrville 5 4 Crestland 4 5 Lytton 4 5 Newell „ 4 5 Schaller - 3 5 Galva 2 7 Wall Lake 1 8 BOYER VALLEY FINAL W L Logan 7 0 Dunlap „ 5 2 Schleswig 5 2 Woodbine 4 3 Ar-We-Va 3 4 Irwin j 3 4 Charter Oak 1 6 Dow City 0 7 Daily Times Heroic Uclans Take Over 1st; Trojans Tumble to 4th By The Associated Press UCLA surged into first place n the national college football rankings today, the major development in a shakeup of the Pop Ten resulting primarily 'rom another one of Oregon State's poll-axing performances. The Beavers' 3-0 victory over Southern California last Saturday helped UCLA climb into the No. 1 spot and dumped the Trojans into fourth place, the position vacated by the Bruins. Oregon State also cut itself in for a slice of the Top Ten pie, taking over eighth place. The 5 Big 8 In Bowl By The Associated Press Speculation about post-season sowl games was buzzing in Big Eight football camps today. Oklahoma's likely trip to the Orange Bowl heads the list, but [our other league teams are definitely in the bowl picture. Oklahoma can clinch at least Short Field When UCLA Kicks Ball LOS ANGELES (AP) - The fellow with the long name could provide a short field for UCLA when the Bruins battle the Southern California Trojans on Saturday in the Rose Bowl decider. Zenon Andrusyshyn does the punting and place kicking for Coach Tommy Prothro's undefeated club, and rival coach John McKay of Southern California declared, "He's so fantastic the field becomes shorter." McKay explained to the Southern California Football Writers that UCLA doesn't have to penetrate so far to put Andrusyshyn into position for a field goal, and his 46-yard punting average gives rivals a longer way to go when they get the ball. The sophomore from Canada ranks second to Gary Beban in UCLA scoring with 60 points, 27 on conversions and 33 on field goals. He tried a 58-yarder against Washington last Saturday that hit the upright above the crossbar. He has failed to kick a field goal in only two games this season. Andrusyshyn suffered a cracked bone in his right hand late in the Washington game, but that won't keep him out of action. "We have to stop Beban and Greg Jones to keep UCLA from the 50 so Andrusyshyn can't kick the field goals," McKay commented wryly. Prothro declared his Bruins will face "the biggest, fastest college squad I know of," and lauded the Trojans' ace halfback 0. J. Simpson as "big, fast, agile and nifty." USC has lost wingback Jim Lawrence who suffered a knee injury in the 3-0 loss to Oregon State last Saturday and underwent surgery. Earl McCuUouch moves from split end to the backfield and Ron Drake takes over the end position. THEY JUST GOBBLED GRAND LAKE, Colo. (AP)Louis Heckert, president of the Chamber of Commerce, said rather hungrily the annual buffalo barbecue was a huge success. The 1,700 pounds of buffalo meat went so fast, he said "I didn't even get to eat." Teams Picture a tie for the Big Eight crown by beating runner-up Kansas Saturday at Norman, Okla. If OU wins, the Sooners are considered a cinch to get the Orange Bowl bid opposite Tennessee, if it gets by Mississipppi. The Orange Bowl officials'ap- parently are willing to gamble that Oklahoma would at least split its last two games, tie one and lose another, or tie both, to get an undisputed crown. The Sooners face Nebraska Thanksgiving Day and Oklahoma State Dec. 2. Colorado, Nebraska, and Missouri, all 6-2, would be prime bowl material with a runner- up 8-2 record. All three, at this stage, have a shot at the Gator, Bluebonnet, Liberty and Sun bowls, although the Nebraska- Missouri loser might drop out. Kansas has a bowl chance because the Jayhawks could at least tie for the Big Eight crown at 6-1, offsetting a 6-4 season mark, by winning their last two with Oklahoma and Missouri. Cotton Bowl officials will watch Colorado against K-State Saturday at Manhattan. Liberty Bowl officials saw Missouri against K-State last week and Cotton scouts also watched Colorado-Kansas. Nebraska already has been viewed by various bowl scouts. Oklahoma Coach Chuck Fairbanks said if the Sooners beat Kansas, "if the Orange Bowl or any other bowl wants us, if the squad wants to go and if the school administration says yes, then we might be inclined to jaccept a bowl invitation." Should Texas win the Southwest conference for a Cotton berth, Oklahoma would be ruled out because the two met in the regular season. Colorado again was hurting in the injury news around the league Monday. Halfback Willian Harris has undergone knee surgery, is out for the year. His replacement is Steve Tracy, an ex-defensive end, safety and high school quarterback. Several Missouri players were out with flu and minor injuries but are expected to be ready. Iowa State linebacker Lon Snook is out. Kansas worked without pads for the first Monday all season and split end Ben Olison, Flanker John Jackson and Fullback Mike Reeves were promoted to the first team. It isn't certain they will start, however. "Missouriv will be the toughest we've played to date," said Nebraska Coach Bob Devaney. Nebraska is No. 1 nationally in total defense and Mizzou is No 3. Beavers tied UCLA 16-16 on . 4 and beat Purdue on Oct. 21, both at times when the Sruins and Boilermakers were rated second in the poll. UCLA accumulated 19 : votes for the top position «nd 419 points while Tennessee held second place, collecting 13 first- place votes and 390 points in the latest Associated Press poll. Purdue advanced two places to third. Indiana, Wyoming and Oklahoma each climbed one place, to fifth, sixth and seventh, respectively. Notre Dame held ninth position followed by North Carolina State. A total of 47 sports writers and broadcasters on a national panel participated in the latest balloting, conducted on a basis of 10 points for a first-place vote, 9 for second, 8 for third etc. UCLA rebounded from the Oregon State surprise by crushing Washington 48-0 last Saturday. Tennessee routed Tulane 35-14 for its sixth victory. The Volunteers' only setback was to UCLA in the season opener for both teams. Purdue, 7-1, overwhelmed Minnesota 41-12. Southern California's loss ,to the giant-killing Beavers was its first of the campaign after eight victories. The Trojans were named the leading team on all except one ballot in last week's voting. Indiana, unbeaten and untied in eight games, edged Michigan State 14-13. Wyoming, with a perfect record in nine games, routed New Mexico 42-6 while Oklahoma, 6-1, beat Iowa State 52-14. Notre Dame, the defending national champ, trounced Pittsburgh 38-0. North Carolina State, third a week ago, fell to 10th after losing to Penn State 13-8. Oregon State replaced Hous-. ton in the rankings^ The Cougars dropped out despite a 35-18 victory over Memphis State. UCLA takes on Southern Cal this Saturday in a game that will decide which will be the West Coast Rose Bowl representative. It's the Trojans' final game of the regular campaign. ,, Wyoming, Oregon State and North Carolina State also wind up their seasons, the Cowboys against the University of Texas at El Paso, the Beavers with Oregon and the Wolfpack against Clemson. Other games involving ranked teams are: Tennessee-Mississippi, Purdue-Michigan State, Indiana-Minnesota, Oklahoma- Kansas and Notre Dame-Georgia Tech. The Top Ten, with first-place votes in parentheses and points on a 10-9-8-etc. basis: 1. UCLA (19) 419 2. Tennessee (13) 390 3. Purdue (8) _... 343 4. Southern Cal. (5) 330 5. Indiana (1) 265 6. Wyoming 189 7. Oklahoma 154 8. Oregon State (1) 145 " 9. Notre Dame 131 10. North Carolina St.' 84 LIVED HERE DUXBURY, Mass. (AP) The John and Priscilla Alden House in this historic community was built about 1653. It is believed to be the only house still standing that was occupiec by Mayflower pilgrims. 2 LEGION MEETINGS Two American Legion events are scheduled 'for this week. Maurice Dunn Post No. 7 will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Legion Hall. The Carroll County Legion will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Glidden Legion Hall with Merle E. Hay Post No. 386 as host. The feature will be a speaker from the Iowa department discussing "Americanism." SERVICE IS OUR NAME 515 North Main Street Carroll, Iowa Daily Except Sundays and Holiday other than February 22, Novembe U by The Herald Publishing Company. JAMES W. WILSON, Publisher HOWARD B. WILSON, Editor W. L. REITZ, News Editor MARTIN MAKER, Advt. Mgr. Kntered as second-class matter at the post-office at Carroll. Iowa, under tha act of March 2. 1879. Member of the Associated Press Tha Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republic*' tion of all the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP dispatches. Official Paper of County and City Subscription Rates By carrier boy delivery per week 9 .50 BY MAIL CarroU Count} and AU Adjoining Counties, per year—L_S13.00 Outside of CarroU and Adjoining Counties in Zones 1 and 2, per year fU.OO All Other Mall in the United SUtes, per year 120.01 NORTH STAR ANNOUNCING A NEW AUTO SERVICE To People of This Area WE WILL ALSO SERVICE YOUR OIL BURNER, FURNACE OR HEATER 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 be in charge of BOB CUNNINGHAM with Howard Backes helping him. The location is the rear of the building occupied by the METZ Thrift Store on Highway 71 across west of Houlihan Oil Co. NORTH STAR HEATING OILS ''Choice of Thrifty People 1 ' NORTH STAR SERVICE CENTER

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