Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1964 · Page 10
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oe«. i»e4 Utobe-feaaertt, Masen City, U *T i -»TT^^^-.—. , —AP 1'hotofax HANDOFF — Nebraska University's Frank So- J>ch, smallest fullback ever to play in t h e Cotton flowl, takes a handoff from quarterback Bob Churchich during a workout in Dallas. Solich, a junior, stands 5-8 and weighs 162 pounds. Nebraska meets the University of Arkansas in the Cotton Bowl on New Year's Day. Concordia College rated No. 1 grid team in NAIA KANSAS CITY Ml — Concor- din (Minn.) College was announced Saturday as the No. 1 football team for the 3964 season in the National Association of Intercollegiate A t h letics (NAIA). First round of CBS golf classic set for Saturday NEW YORK-Kcl Nnglc anil Bruce Crampton, two ol Australia's leading professional golfers, meet Dave Marr and Johnny Pott in a first round match of the $106,000 CBS Golf Classic at Ln Quinta Country Club, La Quinta, Calif., Saturday on CBS-TV from 3-4 p.m. Sports broadcaster Jack Whilaker and pro golfer Gary Mid- dlccoff arc the commentators. Naj-lc has won major .tournaments in five countries since turning pro in 1946. In 1964, he won the Canadian Open, one ot the 16 PGA Tour events in which he competed. His partner, Crampton, has been ono of Hie iron men of the tour since 1962, finishing well up among the leading money winners each year. Marr 'and Pott also were learned on the first "CBS Golf Classic" last year. A pro since 1353, Marr joined the tour on a full-time basis in I960. Ills second place finish in tho 1964 Masters was one of his career highlights. Pott has been a consistent money winner since inGO, when his earnings topped $25,000. Before turning pro he was the No. 1 man on the Louisiana Stole University loam that won the National Collegiate Athletic Association championship in 1055. The Cobblers, who climbed to the lop of tho ratings in mid- season, were selected as the top team by a 15-mnn board of coaches in the NAIA Football coaches' A s .s o cialion. The team, with a record of 10 wins and pne tie, was named first on nine ballots and was given 141 points. Sam Houston State of Texas, which lied Concordia, 7-7, in the NAIA national championship game at Augusta, Ga., gained four-first place votes and 130 points. The Tcxans finished with a 9-1-1 record. Findley, Ohio, which lost to Sam Houston Slate in the cnst- :rn NAIA playoff game, was voted the No. 3 team, and Linfield, Ore., was given the No. 4 spot. Concordiu defeated Lin- ficlct, 28-G, in the western playoff game. Findiay had n 9-2 record for the season, while Llnfickl had 8-1-1. The other top 10 teami and Ihcir records: Prairie View, Tex. A&M 9-0; Westminster, Pa. 8-0; Northeastern Oklahoma State, 9-1; Whitticr, Calif. 9-1; Wnshburn University, Kansas, 9-1, and Montclnir Stato N J 7-0. The second JO teams: Florida A&M, n-1; Kearney, Neb., Slate, East Stroud.sburg, Pa., 7-1; Sul Ross Slate, Tex., 7-3-1; East Central Oklahoma State, 9-2-1; Arkansas Tech, 9-1; Central' lown 8-1; Ottawa University, Kansas, 8-1; Grumbling, La., 82 and Elon, N.C., 7-1-1. YANK ROOKIES The Now York Yankees have three first-year players on their 1D65 roster. They nre pitcher Gil Blanco of Phoenix, inficlder Bobby Murcer of Oklahoma City and outfielder Ross Moschilto of Alwnlcr, Culif. Karl Noonan second Gary Snook named Iowa's standout sports personality by AP for 1964 By RON SPEER DES MOINES (AP) — Gary Snook, who carried nearly all of lowa'i football fury in his deft right arm, Monday was named the stale's top sports personality in 1964, Snook was chosen in an Associated Press poll in a race with teammate Karl Noonan and be fastest high school runner in Iowa history, Clyde Duncan. Hk selection capped a standout year for the lanky 21-year- old Iowa City native whose passing kept the Hawkeyes in contention against several of he nation's top teams. Iowa wound up with only three victories and lost the last six games for the Hawkeyes 1 worst season since 1952. But Snook's passing won the Hawkeye junior a first - team berth on the All-Big Ten team, and he also was given an honorable mention rating on the All-America squad. Even though defenses were set for his throwing, Snook completed 151 of 311 tosses for 2,062 yards. He shattered most of the school one game and season passing marks, and set several Big Ten standards. Th« targ«t for many of Snook's passes was another junior, Karl Noonan qf Davenport. Noonan was the leading con- tender behind Soook for the AP's 1964 award, in a poll of sports winters and sportscast en. Soook. received 13 votes. Noonan drew seven votes. Duncan, a- sprinter for Des Moioes North High School, was ranked third with five votes. ifoonan, chosen on the All Big Ten team as an end, caught 59 passes for 933 yards. He broke many Iowa and conference pass catching records. Duncan, now enrolled at T»x as Southern, stole the show at last spring's Drake Relays when he ran a wind-aided 9.3 second 100-yard dash. He also 36 years in coaching < Collier of Cleveland once had Shu la of Colts as an assistant By LOU MIO CLEVELAND (AP) — His lose friends call him George nd he shakes hands with his eft hand "because it's the one loser to my heart." He's Blanton Collier, Head oach of tho National FootbalJ eague champion Cleveland rowns — and ho shook lots of ands Sunday after the Browns cat the Baltimore Colts 27-0 for he NFL title, their first since 955. Friends and well-wishers rammed the Browns' locker oom to congratulate tho be- jeclaelcd flg-ycar-old grandfa- icr who was named head coach wo seasons ago. In n sometimes clipped Kcn- icky accent, Collier said, "I now it's corny, but it really as a magnificent team effort, he defense was just great and ou've got to give them a lot of •edit." In two years, Collier has skip:red tho Browns to a 20-7-1 cord and a championship. He no stranger to Cleveland, owcvcr. This is his Uth sca- on with the Browns and 36th car in coaching. "I'm jus» a football nut," he said. Collier's coaching thread winds back to Paris, Ky., high school, where he began studying pro football tactics by watching the Philadelphia Eagles work on the T-formation at nearby Bainbridge. He devoured football know- iiow. As an athletic specialist at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center in World War II, Collier used to hang around the practice field watching a coach named Paul Brown. Brown wondered about the curious observer taking notes and it was the start of a long friendship. Collier was on the ground floor as an assistant coach when .he Browns broke into the All- American Conference in 1946. Collier stayed with the Browns until 1954, then returned .o his home state as head coach :o succeed Paul Bryant at the University of Kentucky. During his eight-year stay with the Wildcats, Collier had a young assistant who, he said, lad the makings of a fine pro football coach. He was Don Shula, head coach of the Baltimore Colts. Brown asked Collier to come Six Colts on All-Star team selected by CBS NEW YORK — The BalUmorc All-Star Team, selected by CBS nti .. Til _ .. 1 - T-i ••• I _... _. ** Western Division chnm have placed six players oils, ons. _ f __ f n the National Football League ington Rookie The Green Cleveland Browns, and Bay Packers each have three players on the team; Detroit and Chicago are represented with two apiece. Represented with one player are Minnesota, Los Angeles, Dallas, San KANSAS CITY (AP)—Upper Francisco, St. Louis and Wash- Iowa shared one of six NAIA ington football Share of NAIA mark won by Upper Iowa luvsiuu 11 i unit 1.1 o ui UK tin o urine •*•**- « mi j. 111/1 |»»j r\ w ui n ui LI i\s the 19M season, final figures of Newspaper Enterprise Associa- Iho small college athletic as- tion wcnt to the NFL's Most THE COW PALACE, Inc. Livestock Auction Market FOREST CITY, IOWA Regular Sale: All Classes Cattle, Hogs and Sheop Wednesday, Dec. 30, 1964 12:30 P. M. Here's your last opportunity to convert that livestock Into ca*h in 1964, Good bidding action prevailed with a curtailed holiday run of 303 cattle last Wednesday. And there were buyers for all classes of cattle with the general trend 25c— 7Se higher. Holsteln springing heifers and cows $140— $200 (no big, choice ones offered), Holsteln replacement heifers $11.50— $14.90, Holstein steers $11.80— $13.10, feeding heiferettes $11.80— $12.25, medium lo good yearling steers and heifers $13.50— $17.60, killer cows $10.50— $12.80, bred sows $40— $68 per head, bred ewes $14.50 per head, and 9 Hereford cows $130.00 per head. For Wednesday We Expect 400 Cattle, 150 Hogs and 100 Sheep. 40 Mixed steer and heifer calves, 300 to 550 Ibs. 60 Mixed yearling s-feers and heifers, 500 to 850 Ibs. 40 Holsteln steers, 450 to 750 Ibs. 30 Holstein heifers, 400 to 700 Ibs. 1 Choice Shorthorn bull — breeder and tested 40 Veal and baby calves. 100 Feeding pigs, 30 to 120 Ibs. In addition Holstein spring cows and heifers, fresh cows, odd lots stock cattle, butcher cattle, bulls, bred sows, and boars, and sheep. HAPPY NEW YEAR From Everybody Al The COW PALACE 1000— 1200 CATTLE Saturday, Jan. 23rd * SPECIAL STOCK CATTLE SALE by North Iowa Cattlemen's Association. Good choice home raised calves, yearlings, and brood cows— Heifers (beef type only) by breeders In a radius of 100 miles of Forest City. If Interested in consigning to this sale contact Glen Hanson or Don Gahan, Forest City, or our office soon. COW PALACE, Inc. Phone 5*2-4*4*- CHAS. N. (Chuck) HOUSH, Owner and Mgr. RAY HOUSH, Sales Manager HAROLD AMES and DON BABBITT, Auctioneers records broken during the small college athletic socialion showed Monday. Larry Ncmmcrs of Upper Iowa grabbed four pass interceptions in one game to set a new mark in that category. of Fayetto also Th Peacocks wore .second in total offense with -112 yards a game behind Knsl Central Oklahoma at 43H.7 ynrds nmt were fifth in rushing. Ho!) KcM-gtisou of Westniar illege, LeMars, Iowa was second among (lie nation's small colleges in rushing with nn iH'rrnge of 118.2 yards. Central of Iowa was second in rushing defense, giving up an average of -11.7 ynrds. tion wcnt to the NFL's Most Valuable Player, the Colts' Lcn- y Moore. The All-Star Team and Rookie of the Year were selected by the 28 CBS Television Sports broadcasters covering this season's FIRST TIME EVER IN A r __• 4* • • MADE POSSIBLE BY Space Age Technology AMAZING NEW ^AMPLIFIER Arcadia' Tiny Intifrattd Circuit Amplifier |ivti yam • Mora performance from 6 trends- tors. • Amplifier »»l«d agiinsl <k»»t *nd moisture. Mlcro-Uthic circuit smaller thin a match tax). • 500% greitor emplffler dependability. • "Tele-Touch" telephone convenience feature optional. Ask Itf a Oemi«ttr»ti«« ... Mi M1i|atin AUTHORIIEI BEW.ll CASEY Rexail Drug 335 South Federal Television Sports broadcasters. Charlie Taylor of the Wash- named Redskins was of the Year. The Jim Thorpe Award of the All-Star Team members are: OFFENSE Unlit eml. i-aiil Warfleld. Cleveland. l.ell l»rklr, IMck Schafrnlh, Cleveland. Left in a r el. .rim I'urkrr, lUHImnrr. Center, Mirk Tluilehotr. Mlnnenola. Rlfhl jriiard. Jnhn nnrdj-. Dolrnll. Rlfht tacklr, Knrrtit Orerc, Green B»jr. Klfhl rnil. Mike Dllka, Chlcaga. Flanker, Johnny IMorrln. Chicago. Left half. I.rnnj Monre, Baltimore. Full ba<?k, Jtm Brown, Cleveland. Uuarterhaok, John Unllai. Balllmorc. DEFENSE Rlffht rncl. Dare Janev. 1.0:1 Anceles. Rllht tarkl«, lloh Lilly. Dalian. Left Urklr. Alex Karrai. Detroit. Left end. (lino Marctielll, Baltimore. Left linebacker, Sieve Slonebreaker, ttaltlmnre. Middle llnebarkrr, R.«) Nllirhkr, Greeu Bay. Rllhl linrbacker. Malt lUti-Hlne. Kan Kranrlnon. I.rlt corner. 1'al Klacher. SI. I.oiili. Rllht corner, lloh Itoyd. llnlllmorr. Loft >af«ly. Willie >V»od. rirrrn n» T . Rlfhl nafely. Taul Krame, Waihlnz- Inn. Kentucky teams in six leagues LOUISVILLE, Ky. m — Col- cge basketball fans in Kentucky will have a hard time this winter keeping t:p with conference races. With the University of Louisville now competing in the Missouri Valley Conference, teams from the Bluegrass state will be playing in six leagues. ^ There arc Kentucky teams also in the Southeastern, Ohio Valley, Kentucky Intercollegiate and College Athletic Conferences and the Midwestern Athletic Association. BLANTON COLLIER —"Just a football nof' back in 1DG2 and he did. That year the Browns had their second worst season (7-6-1) in 18 years of professional football. Art Model], who bought the club in 1961, decided to change coaches. He named Collier and it was typical of the man that he didn't accept until he first talked to Brown — his friend for 15 years. Surrounded by news men Sunday, Collier fielded their questions on the fly, and, as has been his policy this season, didn't single out anyone for special praise. "I can't think of anyone who didn't have a good day," he said. Quarterback Frank Ryan certainly did, and it was Collier who tutored the ex-Los Angeles Ram when Ryan came to Cleveland in 1962. He'made Ryan a starter last season, and Frank refers to him as "the most complete coach I've ever known." won both the 100 and th«:«tf in the state high school championships three straight years. Others receiving mention in the voting included Iowa Football Coaefa Jerry Burns,, Itawa State football tackle John Van Sicklen, Drake basketball player McCoy McLemore, Parsons quarterback Gary Gardner, ;olfer Steve Spray,' Newton basketball coach Buzz Levick, and State College of Iowa fullback Randy Schultz. 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