Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 13, 1957 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, September 13, 1957
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Carroll Ope Bulldogs to Match Light Tiger Squad Th# Carroll Tigers and Manning Bulldogs will, kick off the 1957 football season at Manning tonight in as evenly matched encounter as could be conceived by a fictibn writer. Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Friday, Sept. 13, 1957 ed -personnel the two ••• clubs are practically deadlocked. Coach • Arnold "Bud" Paulsen has been- forced to delve Into the pool of untried reserves and the same situation confronts Manning's . Coach . John. Beach... * Dual Position Biggest question mark in the Carroll camp is what position Waldo Noland will play. The speedy little'end is listed as a probable sterter at left end and also listed Bob teams will post identical j 88 the Probable starter at left weight chart? in the line, in : the half. The reason for the dual role backfield and in the overall team i*' simply that Coach Paulsen is , . • 4 _L:11 ...i IL. _i L it- average. The only va the' identical weights with substitutions. Each team will field a line that averages 160 pounds per man. Each backfield will average • 146 pounds per player. Both the Tigers and the Bulldogs will field starting elevens that average 155 pounds per player. Deadlocked Even in the matter of exoerienc- wage. The only variance from' sti11 debating whether to start Noe' identical weights will come land or Jon Lane . a sophomore, in the' ;lfeft half hole left by the in- THOUGHT: Say what you will, if your Insurance hasn't kept pace with rising property values you're running needless risk of partial replacement in case' of damage. It costs very, little for extended coverage. ?or too answer to your insurance questions feel free to oaH me at the Dolezal Insurance Agency. Dial 4140. jury to Denny Snyder, If Noland starts at halfback, then Jim Prince, another sophomore, will get the nod at left end, Still another sophomore is 'battling for a starting berth and is listed ahead of a senior. He is Roger Kaspersen and he might get the nod at right halfback over Dave- McCoy. Manning lists only one sophomore inj.a starting role, and he is Ron Timmerman, a-tackle. Under Strength The Bulldogs will be under strength in the opening encounter because of the absence of Phil Knaack, a 175-pound regular tackle, from a full-time role. Knaack is recuperating from- a recent ill­ ness-and'will-perform only punting, duties.• "We're, light as- usual. We are inexperienced. We need polish." Coach John Beach tersely summed tip the Manning outlook. The;BUlldog mentor indicated his team will forego the single wing offensive this season in favor of the T-fofrtfation; "That's just what I feared might happen," Coach Paulsen said in a pre-game interview. •'We're light and inexperienced in a number oppositions and they figure- to catch us napping on quick openers," he said. .The Tigers, decisioned a strong Manning.-team by a 13-7 count in last year's opener.. Both teams then went on to post identical sea- More Sports: Page 7 FISHBONE NEST A kingfisher's \ hestr consists of fishbones winch the parents disgorge after feasting on small fish, according to Encyclopedia Britannica.'' MOVING Local and Nation Wide f $tor«fl« —-'Crating —• Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph: Night 2618 .-• Carroll, Iowa : • t' . -• • • John Vonderheiden Moving, AHnH for American-vart-Lines; Inc. KUEMPER KNIGHTS . . . prepare to launch gridiron season against'Des Moines (Dowllng) at Dea Moines at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Picture showa entire 33 -member traveling squad. From left to right, bottom row, Bob Heller, Gene Muhlbaiier, Tom Collison, Ronnie Muhlbauer, Ray Elscheid, Everett Buddin, Roger Kanne, Francis Conley; second row, Roy, Scharfenkamp, Maurice Lenz, Donnle Wiederhold, Bob Tigges, Ken Neu, Joe Boyer, Mike Wlttrock, Dale Wenck; third row, Lou Galetlch, assistant eoaoh; Ted Schlelstnaa, manager} Robert ReUenmaler, Tom Schlelsman, George Hannaich, John Sanders, Don Mosaman, Charles Helder, John Dolezal, Lyle Wlttry. manager; Coach Steve Garblerj top row,<John Hermsen, Jerrf Colllson Harold Irlbeck, Larry Brown, Jim* Short, «Dlck Wiederhold, Larry Bock, Bill Heln- rich, Bob Melnera, DarreU Venfeloher. (Paige and Paige Photo). Green Irish Gridders Recall Worst Season By JERRY.LISKA . SOUTH BEND, Ind. Ufi — Last football season, Nbtre Dame's varsity was young and inexperienced. This fall, the Irish varsity should, know its way around, but reserves will be green. "Before last 'season, a lot of people thought Notre Dame sophomores were better than' sopho. mores anywhere else," Coach Terry Brennan said today. "They weren't." . • Worst Season That ten...., leils the story -of the worst Irish season in history (2-8), a season that now has Brennan battling for his job. Notre Dame had nine sophomore starters in last season's finale. Thus, this year's team will be predominantly a junior team, relying on sophs for what depth there will be. Brennan. 29, was "re-engaged" for just this season, his fourth at the Irish helm, with the obvious understanding his Irish must improve considerable, or else. An even break would be a big break for Brennan, who suggests that "generally, we're a year away from being strong competitively." Last Year's Routs Certa. . ihe still thin Irish forces r">n hardly be expected to avenge last year's routs by Michigan State (47-14), Oklahoma <400), Navy (33 -7) or Iowa (48-a)'. All are ready to take another swipe at the once-mighty Irish. Notre Dame also engages Army, Indiana, Purdue, Pittsburgh and Southern California. "We're farther ahead than.last year," said Brennan. "The squad is in its best physical condition of recent years. Thin Reserves "But we're very thin with 50 or 52 players on the field. We'll have fortunate and avoid injuries, and we'll have to stay tough. "If there is a strong point on this squad, it is "team spirit and desire. The players realize football is a game with an 11-man unit." Brennan praised Paul Hornung, Notre Dame's one-man show of 1956, but obviously is looking for more "unit" quarterbacking from graduated Hornung's replacement, junior Bob Williams. Yankees Set For C his ox; Aces Return NEW YORK (itt — It's Billy Pierce vs Whitey Ford and maybe a surprise today as Chicago's stubborn, second place White Sox and the New York Yankees, their heroes hurtin', open a two-game showdown for the American League pennant at Yankee stadium. Braves Perform Like Champs; Whip Dodgers By ED WILKS The Associated Press After 12 months of living with "choke up" taunts, Milwaukee's Braves have proved their stuff, for the moment at least, against their chief tormentors — Brooklyn's dethroned Dodgers. The Braves never looked more like champs then Thursday night The Sox, five games, behind! Held to only four hits by rookie must. sweep . these two to stay i Danny McDevitt. they paired 'em alive. A split would just be a | with walks and beat the Brooks teaser. A double defeat puts 'em i 2-1 on Del Crandall's pinch sin- VACCINE HELPS BCG vaccine cuts down the incidence of tuberculosis about 80 per cent among groups who are vaccinated, as compared with groups -who do not receive it, according to carefully controlled scientific studies around the world. Europe is the smallest of the world's continents. MOfcf PEOPLE DRIVE CHEVROtCTS WAN AN* OTHER CAR down for the count—this time for keeps. Three Knock-outs The Sox have' been counted out three times already this season after crucial sets with the Yankees, who lead 13-7 in the season play. But this time, the Sox won't have enough time left for another comeback. Manager Al Lopez has his two aces well - rested for the payoff pair. Pierce ( 19-10 >, shooting to become the majors' first 20 -game winner this season, hasn't worked since Sunday. Stengel figures to throw right­ hander Tom Sturdivant, his. top winner at 14-6, Saturday while leaving the opener to Ford (9-4), who, like Pierce, is a stubby southpaw. Ac§s Might Play . The Yankees "ace", however, could be a Stengel surprise. It would be just like cagey ol' Case to have Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra and Bill Skowron—his top three RBI men—off the injured list and back in the lineup. Mantle has quit the hospital and hasn't had too much trouble from his shin splints in batting practice, Berra, nursing a sore thumb, and Skowron, resting a lame back, admit they could play. Why not? A -Yankee sweep—or even a split—would leave Mantle, Berra and Skowron without much to do bu^stay, loose for the World Series. gle in the ninth. With second-place St. Louis idle, the Braves padded their National League lead for the first time in nine days, gaining a five-game bulge with 15 to play and reducing their pennant-clinching magic number to 11. Any combination of Braves' victories and St. Louis defeats totaling 11 starts the beer flowing in Milwaukee. Two-Game Showdown played In the majors, with Detroit defeating' Washington 8-5. The Braves, who had lost five of eight, had to scrap all the way against. McDevitt, 24. They collected eight walks, but managed hits in the fourth and ninth—scoring in each frame. Flare Ups Two flare ups with the umps interrupted the game, and the Braves won both of thern. The first voided a Brooklyn run, the second set up the tinning marker. The Dodgers, eight games back in third, scored in the second off Bob Buhl, making his first start since Aug. 18 because of a sore shoulder, and chased the right­ hander who beat them eight times last season with a single and two walks that loaded the bases with one out in a frantic fourth. Bob Trowbridge relieved and got out of the jam when Junior Gilliam's sinking liner was dropped by right fielder The American League should 1 W ri 8 ht "elder Andy ittle its pennant scrap in the" I,*, 0 1 throw at second, tagged - R °y Campanella, who had re­ settle its pennant scrap next 24 hours in a two-game show down between the New York Yankees arid Chicago's second- place White Sox opening at Yankee Stadium today. The Sox, who whipped Boston 7-1 yesterday while the Yankees were idle, are five games behind with 16 left (two more than the Yankees have). New York's magic number also is 11. Only one other game was Switch in Music For Legion's Dance Injury of Bob Calame, orchestra leader, in an automobile accident somewhere in Alabama, has caused a switch in music for the annual American Legion dance at the Starline ballroom here Tuesday night. All engagements for the Calame orchestra have been cancelled. In place of the Calame players, Skippy Anderson and his orchestra have been engaged for the Legion dance, FJoyd Heithoff, commander of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, an nounced Friday. Tickets for the dance are now on sale. Max Bell is ticket chairman. DdWLING Harris 185 Tormey 200 Scavo 180 Buntz 180 treated to second after starting for third, and then stepped on the bag to force the runner from first. Umpire Hal Dixon first allowed only the force out, permitting the runner from third to score, but when the Braves DUntz i M squawked, he consulted the other fjizzi 165 umps and ruled it a runless Roberts 155 doubleplay. In the ninth, after a leadoff LaBonia 165 walk, Wes Covington hit into an Iaria 165 un apparent double play, but plate Bognanno 165 RH umpire Dusty Boggess ruled he Boudewyns 185 FB had called time before the pitch. • ' Boggess started the play over Kuemper 186 again after rejecting Dodger ar guments, and Covington singled Dowling Is ed By Knights ,The=Kuemper Knights open their 1957 football season against Des Moines (Dowling) Maroons. T h a game will be played on the Dowling field with the kickoff slated for 7:30. The Maroons whitewashed the Knights in last year's game 18-0. For that matter the Kuemper eleven has failed to score on Dowling in their only two meetings. Gone from the Dowling squad from last year which racked up seven victories in eight attempts are Tom Formarro, Harold Falser and Glen Mankowski. All: three are well-known to sports fans as they also teamed along with Jim Harris and Tod Tormey to fire Dowling to last year's state championship in basketball. Tormey Back Coach Al DiMarco probably isn't loosing too much sleep however as a quick glance at the roster will show. Tormey, a fleet: footed 200-pounder, is back. Tormey grabbed a Knight fumble in mid-air and outlegged the defenders for a 63-yard TD. Harris, who snagged several passes in last year's encounter, is again at end. The Maroons will field ten lettermen with only the center position open to non-lettermen. Tony Bognanno has been moved from quarterback to half-back and will team with Nick Iaria, Formarro's understudy of a year ago. Outweigh Maroons The Knights journey to Des Moines with a team considerably improved over the previous season. Coach Steve Garbier reports morale at a high pitch. Tha Knights will field an offensive line that tips the beam at an 186- pound average compared to Dowlings 172. The latter club however, will have a 13-pound bulge in the backfield with Kuemper having an overall average of 4 pounds per man more than Dowling. The Knights have beef in tha line with Jim Short, Tiny Irlbeck, Dick Wiederhold and Larry Bock. Bob Tigges and co-captain Tom Collison will man the guards weighing 155 and 160, respectively. Fiery end Joe Boyer is the lightest lineman at 150. One of the problems is whether the line can contain the speedy Iaria and Boganno and the thrusts of Pat Boudewyns. • Several bus loads of students and the Kuemper pep band will follow the team to Des Moines. The probable starting lineups; KUEMPER LE Short 195 LT Irlbeck 240 LG Tigges 155 C Wiederhold 195 RG T. Collison 160 RT Bock 206 RE Boyer 150 QB Rettenmaier 155 LH Heller 145 Eischeid 157 . J. Collison 16Y Line Average — Dowling 172, Back Average — Dowling 169, Kuemper 156 A forceout followed, but Crandall | Team Average — Dowling 171, then slashed his single, Kuemper 175 SPECIAL DAIRY SALE HEALTH PROBLEM Mental illness is the greatest health problem of the United States with 750,000 patients being confined in hospitals today. 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The silkiest automatic drive anywhere! You move from standstill to top cruising speed in one gentle stream of motion. Special "Grade j^etarder" position saves brakirlg on hills. PA Chevy's got the big "details," too! See an the exclusives at your Chevrolet dealer's! *Optkmal at txira cost vinmoim JJNNING DEAL ON A NEW CHEVY—THE GETTING'! EXTRA GOOD! - tit ttefamoue trademark "' See font Local Amiferized Cft^^o/#fZ)eaier ••1 Flats, $10.0P - Over 5 Bu. $9.50 Rounds $ 7.50 - Over 5 Bu; $7.00 .... v ' We can still us* dealers in certain territories. HQBART'S Corn Co, •il, phan. 7S04 ' Lak. City, law. Olinn, Phon« 7111 Farmers Sale Co. CARROLL, IOWA Thue/Sept.19 Selling Time: 12:30 p. m. Sharp Jack W(emann, Exlra, la., dispersing his herd of Hoi* •tain dairy cattle consisting of 25 head, 8 recently fresh, 16 springers coming with 2nd calf, one springer coming with 4th calf. I saw this herd and thay have siza, well marked and good uddered, Some calf hood vaccinated, all TB and Bangs tested. You may inspect this herd any time before sale day at his farm, V/i miles SE of Exira, la., on county road "J". 15 Holstein springers or fresh, 2*5 years old. 6 Holstelns, springers, 3-6 years old. 2 Brown Swiss, 1st calf heifers. 8 Holsteins, 2-5 years old. 10 Guernsey cows and heifers, 2*6 years old. 4 Holstein heifers, springers, one Holstein e» ing with 3rd calf. Expect 20*25 baby heifer calves from Wisconsin. Will have more cattle than advertised. Abov« ««ttl» TS and Sana* Utttxt or c«lfhM«j vaccinated. NOTICI—Fvirnlth up-to-date tatt paptri with cattla. Cow* and half art evar 90 months old mutt ba Sangi tattad within JO daya of aala, half- art undar 50 months muit hava official vaccination or Sann taiat. TERMS — CASH Start Selling 12:30 Sharp cow com* ff «iy r. /

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