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Outweighed by 16 Pounds- Tigers Host Harlan Friday The Carroll Tigers will take on l ing lineup has cut the Tiger their toughest foe this season here j weights somewhat. Friday ni«ht when they entertain I Dave Wcnck. a 160-pound junior, Harlan's mammoth Cyclones. j will start at right halfback In Carroll will give awav an avi -r- 1 P |aco of Jon Lane. 175-pound jun- neo of 16 pounds per plover, and tor. Lane has been slowed up by that's a very conservative figure |" persistent cold this week, Coach Gene Macomber said. No other changes are contemplated by the Tiger mentor. In addition, no 'extra special preparations have been made for the game, he indicated. "We realize we will be playing the toughest team on the sched- sincr the Harlan weights look suspiciously light. Harlan's mammoth lino averages 193 pounds according to the listed program weights. It easily could be 200 pounds per player. In comparison, Carroll's line weighs in at an average of 174 „„ u i r \A ulc - VVitn a little llIck H might be The fleet Harlan backf.eld aver- ib , e lQ t them Youlnever aps 165 pounds which is fairly (can be sunj how thi wJU j close to Carroll s laa pound aver-, footba „ ., hfi aM Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, Sapt. 24, 1959 dilion, he has so much good material that there are no problems in depth," Cocach Macomber said. Harlan has 14 returning lettermen and seven outstanding under- Manning with an 18-7 win and last week dropped a 6-0 decision to Manilla. Probablye Starters: CARROLL LE — Larry Cover, 155, Sr. LT - Jack Hays. 220, Jr. LG — Ron Swanson, 170. Jr. • C — Ron Edwards, 175, Sr. classmen from last year s team ; RG _ Jim p r j ncei i 60 . Sr. who are pushing the lettcrmcn for starting positions. One of the non-lettcrmen has shoved himself into prominence as I LH — Leonard Snyder, 155, Jr, a slick quarterback. He is Bill' RH — Dave Wenck, 160, Jr. RT — Ron Fricke, 180. Jr. RE — Roger Kaspersen, 160, Sr. QB — John Schaben, 175. Sr. age. In team weights, the Cyclones are listed at 18:? average compared to 167 for Carroll. That represents the 16 pound deficit. Carroll Change One change in the Carroll start- Top Quality BARN PAINT SALE Benjamin Moort Metallic Red "One thing we do know is that Harlan is real good. It will be a tough game," the Carroll coach said. The Carroll coach pointed out that Harold "Swede" Johnson, Harlan's coach, has all the ingredients for a winning ball club. Size and Speed "He has size and speed. In ad- Beauchamp, 155 pound junior, who has taken over the bulk of the signal calling and passing duties. Backing up Beauchamp is Bob Dornon, a senior, who failed to letter a year ago. FB — John Helmkamp, 130. Jr. HARLAN LE — George Graves. 180, Sr. LT — Don McDermott, 205. Jr. LG — John Brouhard. 170, Sr. C — Bob Hansen, 202, Sr. Friday night's action here will be! RG — Larry McDermott. 196. Sr. the second conference encounter | RT — John Hemminger. 200, Sr. for the defending champions. Last i RE — Bill Lewis, 200, Sr. week they rolled past Audubon, 22- QB — Bill Beauchamp, 155, Jr. 6 On the other hand, it will be! LH — Gary Jorgense, 160, Sr. the first conference test for Car- 1 RH — Jerry Lytle, 148, Sr. roll. The Tigers opened against FB — Galen Plumb. 196. Sr. Reg. $3.85 $2.75 Dodgers Gain Tie for First- Pirates Halt Braves Grid Card Friday Games: Harlan at Carroll Jefferson at Lake City Dcnison at Ida Grove Audubon at Sac City Guthrie Center at Glidden Coon Rapids at Manilla Scrnnton at Bayard Exira-OPEN DATE Ar-We-Va at Irwin Crcstland at Wall Lake Lytton at Lake View Saturday Game: Manning at Kuemper Ames Takes Top Spot in Weekly Poll By RON SPEER Associated Press Sports Writer High-scoring Ames nudged Burlington Thursday, in a close race for the top spot in the first Associated Press high school football poll of the year. The Little Cyclones have scored 54 points and allowed but 7 in rolling to easy victories in their first two games. They clipped fifth-rated Sioux City East 27-7 and then blanked Newton 2f0. Coach Kenny Wells' team, rated 12th in 1958, drew 6 firsts in the 4WIIIIH1IM11HIMWW*HMHIIIIIHMMII from dalo barton's KEYBOARD v ******** III ••«!<•• III HI 1111 III | I|M| 11 ||Q»HM 11 GUESSING GAME: I Coach Ralph Capitani's team The prediction average of this should be ready to blast off. forecaster has dipped into the 70's, Could be there are malfunctions in j Gordon and Lane Patch Up Troubles and that msans it is no longer a forecasting pffort. This business of picking likely winners of area high school football games now has resolved into the run-of-the-mill effort of throwing darts at names tacked on a wall nnd, for a change of pace, of flipping coins with two heads. My preference for sport shirts is easily explained. Those ties are killing me. During the first week one helped mar the record. Last week two ties played havoc with the prediction average. Lake View and Crestland furnished one deadlock while Denison and Mapleton contributed the other. A couple of other teams shocked me as well as their opponents. Those surprising Lake City Eagles the attack that the new mentor hasn't discovered. In any event we know Dcnison expects its toughest game of the year. So the Hawks better be on target If they expect to snap the loss string. AUDUBON over Sac City. This is the blue plate special for the blind shopper. Don't ask us why. Last year Audubon surprised everyone and beat the Indians. This year the Wheelers have dropped a pair lo tough teams—Perry and Harlan—but have looked fairly good. The Indians still are trying to get untracked. GLIDDEN over Guthrie Center. Coach Bob Miller was just plain unhappy about his lads being picked over Manilla and Scrantou in previous weeks. This week he will By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer The Los Angeles Dodgers have crashed through again for a first Braves had stumbled for a 5-4 loss at Pittsburgh. That Milwaukee loss, ending the ner—for a 5-15 career record against the Braves. He allowed six hits, but walked just one and Braves' streak at four games, also struck out six in his eight in- fanned a spark of life into the nings. Elroy Face put away the place tie in the National League third place Giants, who trail by save in the ninth. Benjamin Moore Bright Red Reg. $4-65 $3.55 gal. Available in l's, 2's, 5's Joe's Paint Center Carroll — Dial 9838 pennant scramble, and their ace in the race is Roger Craig, a once forgotten, ruddy-faced right-hand­ er. It was Craig, pulled back from the minors in mid-June, who got the Dodgers started on ther jump to the top by beating San Fran two games after a 9-8 loss in 10 innings to the Chicago Cubs—their fifth straight setback. Three Games Left Each of the contenders has three games remaining. The Braves, however, play their's at home, meeting last place Phila- cisco 4-1 in the opener of that day-1 delphia Friday night, Saturday night doubleheader sweep over the! and Sunday. The Dodgers finish Giants last Saturday, And Wednesday night he pushed them back into a tie with Milwaukee, blanking St. Louis on five hits for a 3-0 victory after the Now Is The Time to Plant EVERGREENS We grown our own trees and have thousands to choose from in this field. Short, fat and tall. WE GUARANTEE THEM ALL FAIRVIEW NURSERY COON RAPIDS, IOWA On Old 141 in Town at Chicago against the clubbing Cubs while the Giants, more dead than alive, finish at St. Louis. They all get a day off today. The Dodgers, winning five of their last six, have putaway 16 of their last 25 games, and Craig, leading the NL with a 2.12 earned run average, is 4-0 in that spurt. Southpaw Johnny Podres and reliever Chuck Churn each have won three, while Don Drysdale, the ace who tumbled, is 2-4. Craig, 28. allowed the Cardinals just one extra-base hit. a third- inning double by Don Blasingame. and srtuck out five. He fanned Ken Boyer, the Cards' power guy. three times, twice with men on base. The Braves, handed only their fourth defeat in 17 games, were tumbled after Ed Mathews* 44th home run, with a man on, had boomed them into a 4-all tie in the eighth. The Pirates then beat reliever Joey Jay (6-11) on consecutive singles by Bill Virdon, pinch-hitter Rocky Nelson and Bob Skinner in their eighth. Needed Help Ron Kline (11-13) was the win- The Giants, who must win all three remaining games and hope the Dodgers and Braves each lose two to gain even a tie, were beaten by Cal Neeman's home run, his third, with two out in the tenth. Rookie Ed Fisher (2-5>, seventh Giant pitcher, was the loser. Don Elston (10-8) won it in relief. The only other games in the majors were in the American League, where the pennant-winning White Sox were idle. New i York beat Washington 5-4, Kansas City defeated Detroit 7-6 and Boston whippd Baltimore 4-0 on Jerry Casale's nine-hitter. A still bear a grudge toward Jim ! r "~ ., . Yuneki knocked off supposedly' J 'T US W u lh „ Ration, strong Ida Grove by whipping the!* f°"* h > he could be Hawks in the first few minutes of ''£' „ beu . [ , doubt 1 • J ,1 , dd « n play. Wall Lake's winless Comets £ s J h " top contender for Ex- kept their record intact as Lohr- ^L? t a11 ?^ C T"' T ^ e vile powered out a victory in the , J™^™ 0 , th « 7^ al !° mud iknow they cant afford to lose to So after two weeks at the wish- L . , ing well the Keyboard record 20 votes cast by sports editors reads 23 correct selections out of and sportscastcrs, and was given 2J , attcmpts for 79 pcr cenl nver . 140 points. . lace Burlington also has whipped two CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP)-Joe Gordon, the old and new field manager of the Cleveland Indians; his boss, Frank Lane, and practically all the team's fans here agreed today: "Peace—it's wonderful." Differences between Gordon and the general manager were big enough six days ago to cause Joe to announce formally he wouldn't work for Lane another year. Then came a long talk Wednesday between the two. The differences were reconciled. And now Gordon has signed to work another two years as Cleveland's field pilot and at a salary unofficially reported to include a $10,000-a-year raise to $40,000. The two-year term was Lane's idea, Gordon said, adding: "He must think I'm a better manager than he sometimes says 1 am." "After summing everything up, I decided that the best man to succeed Joe Gordon was Joe Gordon," said Lane at a news conference. Gordon had been relieved Tues- focs in convincing fashion, and re- This week's schedule lists 11 reived eight first place votes. The! ? am ??- and hcre Grayhounds drew less overall 1 sta,:)S; are the blind support, however, and got 1301 KUEMPER over Manning. This I h " ld \." , "'"jr T 1 Z ,7 Poi^s. is a Saturday nicht affair and the j fj™"" 1 £ v J£ a ?* th ^* ttt Rugged Schedule | climax to the annual High School Amos-blmed with speed and' band festival in Carroll this week- \""™™ Exfrn^nri r S P L fhJJS depth-faces a rugged 'schedule.'end. With a huge crowd likely to f 0 f SeS \wel ?ta£e counf Third-rated West Waterloo. Bui- be on hand. Coach Frank Sovich ; ™ k £ '""J 1 ^ b0e X ™iw ,day night after the Indians were any of the other conference teams, oliminnted mathematically from MANILLA over Coon Rapids. This might be closer than some expect, but the odds favor Manilla. Coon Rapids definitely Is in a rebuilding program and is woefully short on material. Manilla has too many horses. BAYARD over Scranton. There Ellis Gets Win Over Rugged Rory Calhoun By GEORGE LAZARUS CHICAGO (AP> — Middleweight Rudy Ellis reaped a big dividend in his first television fight and now has an optimistic, hungry lington. and defending state chain- 1 and assistant Bob Timmerman ( , r , t m _. mc nt .„ „„„,„,.„„„„ t2 Cydoncs "~-"-to:ftJL'E£. fc SSi"-»- ~ Burlington, which tied for 13th per opened against powerful Weba year ago, swept past East Wa-, ster City and then took Des terloo 35-14, and then clobbered Muscatine 28-0 in its sprint toward another Little Six Conference ti- Moincs (Dowlingi. The Knights played Dowling to a scoreless draw in the first half. tie. Fullback Dean Stoller. who Then superior manpower paid off scored more than 100 points as a for Dowling. Manning hasn't got junior, leads the Grayhound of- j that much manpower and the Bvill- fense. i dogs could be in for a rugged West Waterloo picked up 3 first-night, place votes and 85 points after its > HARLAN over Carroll. Not even the most ardent Carroll rooter really believes the Tigers have MkifaXatr WRITTEN CUARAKTOJ Never, no never has longer weor and hotter traction come at •.. 10 %0S -GRIP Rear Tractor Tire by GOODYEAR regular no trade'm price—$44.45 a-1-" . CHECK YOUR SIZE AND PRICE! l*9 *at M (rmW ffMOC* tefri«MMfc flAK* ta prt«-$n.7J Jhl W tap.fe.-WUS 9 Il|M »-;» *-»>r "I ton 4** * $7795- K£r .$HU85' la prk »-$»l J9 pirn toe «txJ ftnnf^tf fW» . on 75% worn tire lugs f~ can lose ONE hour m every three--• on 5096 worn tire jug. you can lose ONE hour in every FIVfc- — TRIPLE-RIB Front Tractor Tire 3 EASY WAYS TO PAY • Ragviar 30-day terms • Ea*y monthly payments • Pay when you harvest Waynes Skelly Service East en Hwy. 3ff Carroll, Iowa 32-12 triumph over Cedar Falls. Fourth-rated Davenport was only one point back despite its close 13-6 victory over Iowa City. Sioux City East rebounded after son's defending conference cham 1 the trouncing from Ames to nip' pious. The Cyclones have downed Sioux City Heelan 26-25 and drew, Red Oak. 18-0 and Audubon. 22-6. 63 points for fifth. j \ 0 t impressive, but the Shelby Riders Sixth | County terrors were not going all Des Moines Roosevelt, the pow-, 0 ut. Coach Johnson has a mania er-laden team that swepth through • against running the score up and eight foes last fall to capture the I s tiU uses the massacre at the mythical slate championship, was 1 hands of the Tigers a few years AR-Wo-VA over Irwin. Since we don't know much about Irwin, we will flip a coin and string along with the Rockets. CRESTLAND over Wall Lake. The boys from Early battled Lake View to a tie last week and that figures up to sufficient strength to case past the Comets. LAKE VIEW over Lytton. Until a reverse comes along, we have to string along with Coach Gordon Hoover's power-packed outfit the pennant race. "We were just two hot-heads in a pennant race," Gordon explained to the assembled newsmen. "We sat down and had a long talk and completely ironed out our differences. I guess we even surprised ourselves." The Canada goose is easily identified. With a wing spread of about six feet, it has a black head, white cheeks and long black neck. more than a ghost of a chance! from the shores of Black Hawk against Coach "Swede" J 0 h n-, Lake look "Maybe, with a couple years ratcd six,h with eo Pohits after iiVi0 ;1S a talking point. On a re experience, I'll be fairly well j squeezing past Valley 7-0. i cent occasion the Cyclone players Seventh-rated Mason City has blanked Charles City. 21-0 and clipped Des Moines North 14-6, and received 39 points. Des known in my division." the 22- year-old Ellis said Wednesday night after pounding out a decision over Rory Calhoun, a rugged campaigner, before a national television audience. "Anyway, I need more experience. I'll fight anyone — anywhere." Ellis, of South Haven. Mich., earned his 18th win in 20 fights. It was his eighth straight victory and first complete 10-rounder. He has had 10 knockouts and short duration bouts. Ellis weighed lf>B, Calhoun 162'i for the Chicago Stadium fight before a crowd of 837. Calhoun, of White Plains, N.Y., took the initiative from the inexperienced Ellis at the start. Then, Ellis seemed to gain confidence and parlayed hard rights tried it but didn't quite succeed. Friday night they could be surprised, but it's doubtful. JEFFERSON over Lake City. Moines East, winner over city i The way the Eagles have been foes Lincoln and North, is tied with LeMars for eighth with 33 points. Marshalltown rounds out the 10 with 32 points. Marshalltown dumped Des Moines Lincoln 19-6 and stopped Boone 14-12. Missing from the top 10 are Cedar Rapids Washington, second in 1958; Dubuque, third a year ago: Sioux City Heelan and Sioux City Central, fifth and sixth last year; Dubuque Loras. seventh, and Mount Plu'isant, ninth. Heelan, Cherokee, Mount Pleasant and Dubuque lead second-ten teams. Top Clubs How they scored (with points to the head with left hooks to! awarded on 10 for first. 9 for sec pile up enough points for the verdict. ENROLLS IN COLLEGE Don Stroh, son of Mrs. Clara Stroh of Carroll, has enrolled in San Francisco Slate College, San Francisco, Calif., where he will take courses in arts and crafts. Mr. Stroh was discharged Aug. 5 from the U.S. Army, having been stationed at Ft. Sheridan, 111., with the 5th Army Band for the past two years. The Pacific shoreline of the United States roams 1,700 miles from Mexico to Canada. The National Park Service reports that 1,448 miles of this shoreline are privately owned. ond, etc., and first-place votes in parenthesis): 1. Ames ll>) 140 2. Burlington (8) 130 3. West Waterloo (3> 85 4. Davenport # 84 5. Sioux City East 6. Des Moines Roosevelt 7. Mason City 8. Des Moines East 8. LeMars (1) 111. Marshalltown Second ten: 11. Sioux City Heelan 30; 12, Cherokee 28; 13, Mount Pleasant 27; 14, Dubuque 25; 15, Waverly 21; 16, Harlan (1) 19; 16, Cedar Rapids Washington 19 playing, I must be crazy to go against them. Rut since this observer made Jefferson the preseason pick for top contender to Harlan's crown, consistency tips the scale in favor of the Rams. Here we have another team. Jefferson, which has not gone all out against foes. The Rams eased past Guthrie Center, 28-0, and past Perry. 14-6. Don't be misled by the lack of scoring. The Rams are loaded with talent and are engaged in a carefully planned build-up for Harlan. They don't figure to stumble against conference road-blocks. IDA GROVE over Denison. After two successive setbacks, one unexpected in the Hawk camp. 20, MAJOR LEAGUES By The Associated Press W. L. Pel. G.B. Los Angeles 84 67 .556 — Milwaukee 84 67 .556 — San Francisco 82 69 .543 2 Pittsburgh 78 74 .513 6'i Chicago 73 78 .483 11 Cincinnati 72 80 .457 12'* St. Louis 69 82 .457 15 Philadelphia 63 88 .417 21 American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago 92 59 .609 — Cleveland . B7 63 .5B0 New York - 78 73 .517 14 Detroit 75 76 .497 17 Baltimore ....... 72 79 .477 20 Roston 72 79 .477 20 Kansas City 64 86 .427 27' 3 Washington 63 88 .417 29 Aden, a British crown protectorate, is located at the point where the Red Sea meets the Arabian Sea. Aden has a population of about 650,000. BIERL SUPPLY STORE Wtst of Green Bay Lbr. For Carefree, Glamorous Floors and Walls at Lowest Prices Armstrong Linoleum v qd 98c Armstrong Vinyl AccolonYd $1.59 FORMICA Lovely Formica for Sink Tops, Cabinet Tops, Dressing Tables 75c Armstrong Exacelon Floor Tile 14c •xt Inch Tile New Lovely Italiano Marble Like, Plastic Wall Tile Sq. Ft. 49c Plastic Wall Tile In Stock 16 Beautiful Colors 29c-39c Sq. Ft. 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