Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1959
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iger Lineup Reshuffled- Carroll at Denison A mnnfflintf of personnel that ipclndi": four changes in thr lino rnd onr in the naekfiold will give the Carroll Tmers a slmht weight cd.ce ;it Pemson on Friday night. r.amr timr on the Drnisnn Hiiih School firld. located on the rast rdpr of thr city jnsl off Hiclnvay 30, has horn niov- rd up 15 ininutrs. Thr fame will start at 7:45 p.m.. Hrni- son school officials said. ronrh Gene Macombcr. of Car- 2 Times Herald. Carroll, la. Thursday, Oct. 8, 1959 manned by Hays, will be split between Pat Jones, IBS-pound freshman, and Steve Farner, 170-pound senior. and last week were downed by Lake City. 13-6. Dale Mullen had been counted to lead Denison in this campaign, but he is still recovering from the first garni.- injury. "I don't think Mullen will be able to get back into action this sea- More weight was added to the[ SO n," Coach Max Liggett said. Tiger backfield with the return of Jon Lane. 183-pound senior, to the starting role at right half in place of roll, reported Larry Cover, regular 1;i2 ' ridit end. will be out of action for! Wcnck, who weighs only Heavier Line ::ho\it two weeks due to a shoulder i Weight averages find the Tigers with a line that tips the scales at r will be replaced at end by 176 pounds compared to Denison's moves over ^ 172. The backfields are virtually 'even with Carroll at 162 and Deni| son at 161. The team average finds Swansoifs right guard position! the Tigers at 171 and the Mon- >:;.iury. rover Ron S \\anson, "'ho from a guard spot. Svranson at End will ho filled by Terry Kroegcr, second unit halfback archs at 168. "Our big problem at the moment In still another switch in the line, is | 0 get our air game on a par (he Tiger mentor moved his big ! with our ground game," Coach Ma- tackle. 230-pound Jack Hays, to comber said, center. ' j Th e Tiger boss indicated he is The left tackle spot, formerly l p i cascc ] vv jth the running game displayed by his charges in the victory over Audubon a week ago. "All we have to do is to get those passes clicking a little better. I like to have a team that can throw the ball 'and we will get this ironed out before the season is over," he promised. Tied Twice The Denison team, hampered by the loss of the regular quarter; back in the first game of the sea- j son, has been unable to win a game I this year. The Monarchs came ! close in the Mapleton and Ida I Grove encounters but had to settle ; for a 7-7 tie in each game. They have lost to Atlantic in the opener METHODIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP Will Sponsor a "CAR-WASH" Saf., Oct. 10 at Marvin's Sinclair Service Station $1.75 per cor All proceeds to go to the Youth Fellowship Fast Rack Stan Nicoholas, a senior, has taken over the quarterback duties. He is flanked in the backfield by two sophomores, Roger Siemer and Jim Siemer at the halfback posts, and by Jim Moeller, a :10.3 performer in the 100-yard dash. Moeller ranks as one of the fastest backs in the Midwest Conference and constitutes Denison's big threat in a break-away role. Although the Monarchs have had a spotty season thus far, they are figured as spoilers who can curb the ambitions of any conference team. Scouting reports indie a t e Denison has the type of team that could explode in a game breaker role on any given night. Odds on the Friday night game this week are about even with most observers saying it could be a toss-up. Probable Starters: CARROLL LE — Roger Kaspersen. Sr, 145 LT — Pat Jones, Fr. 185, or Steve Farner, Sr, 170 LG — Jim Prince, Sr, 163 C — Jack Hays, Jr, 230 RG — Terry Kroeger, Jr, 152 RT — Ron Fricke. Jr. 18* RE — Ron Swanson, Jr, 175 QB — John Schaben, Sr, J80 LH — Leonard Snyder, Jr, 155 RH — Jon Lane, Sr, 183 WB — John Helmkamp, Jr, 130 Area Games Friday f'arroll at, Denison (7:45 p.m. Icln Grove at Aurlubon Jnffcrson at Harlan Lake City at Sac City Coon Rapids at Glidden (Home coming) Kxira at Guthrie Center Manilla at Scranton Bayard at Manning Ar-We-Va at Schlcswig Wall Lake at Newell Schaller at Lake View Saturday Night: Ktiemper at Iowa City •^^^^•^^•te^^rfBfc — ^ ^^B^^^^w^^^i^^^^i^ Line average — 176 Backs average — 1fi2 Team Average — 171 DENISON LE — Dale Henningsen, ,Ir, 170 I..T — Rodney Klemke, Sr, 174 LG — Mike ScrvoSs, Jr, 165 C — Gary Schroeder, Jr, IfiS RG — Harry Millard, Sr, 166 HT — Bob Beermann, Sr. 194 RE — Paul Baker, Sr. 171 QR — Stan Nicholas, Sr, 155 LIT — Jim Siemer, So. 15!i HH — Roger Siemer. So, 160 FB — Jim Moeller, Jr, 175 Line average — 172 Backs average 161 Team average — 168 as Loses Welter Bout LOUISVILLE. Ky. (AP> - Ru- dcll Sfitch, Louisville welterweight, scored a decision over No. 3 rated contender Ralph Dupas Wednesday night in a 10-round nationally televised (ABC) bout. There were no knockdowns as the 144-pound Stitch, ranked No. 8 by the National Boxing Assn., took advantage of a longer reach to catch Dupas with sharp head and body blows. Chisox and Braves Have Good Future By JERRY MSKA CHICAGO CAP) - The- C'liirago, White Sox' "forgotten man." Vice- President Chuck Comiskey. j)ro- from dale barton's KEYBOARD MOSTLY LUCK: here's hoping they can do it again. The so-called prediction experts But it looks like a bigger order usually claim football is unpredM- this week. Here is what Kuemper That's what makes these is up against. The Little Hawks, seasons. in a backfield role and touting an Emboldened bv success, this cor- all-state guard, have lost only one J "V *"""' "T" "'."""""" nfl . r . in now a rf or( | (0 eam ble on game. That was a 13-6 decision for ne f of f \c rn'ir 1 nine/ Mnu'ti ff\r lit" I I cl II HU w cti HJl u l u £ci uiuic \jti -as tat cis torching down tor j n turn was Davenport. Last week they proved minor pamip n ent is concerned ll I€W lon *> M 'ois>. im». HI mm, was r "The strongest clubs in baseball minor league talent is concerned - the White Sox and the Milwaii-, made possible by a kee Braves," said 33-year-old Chuck, last of his clan in baseball. Confident ff(( , t week on "iey were still on the beam with * 6 "" a 21-0 ^n over Dubuque. The scale Comiskey. the 46 per cent mi- j was right on nine. were selected but only 10 teethers toward the Hawks in this were played. Of the 10, this corner one CARROLL over Denison. There The Kuemper Knights shot the, have been wholesale changes in hire the World Series from the Los ; Name). Thus the Knights kept the noritv stockholder in the Yeec'k-dommatcd 'organization, is infallibility myth full of holes with I the Carroll lineup, but the changes confident the While Sox will cap- a 27-6 triumph over Omaha 'Holy are not as startling as one might • " " -'••••••' t hj n k because the players involved have seen considerable action. The big problem for the Tigers is to get the air ganie en a par with the ground attack. The big problem for Denison is to find the combination that will get a victory. The Monarchs have two ties and two losses in four attempts. Our Angeles Dodgers. Front office-wise, there was not much to guarantee a Sox pennant this season. The campaign begafi in the wake of a bitter legal hassle between Chuck and his sister record intact on the Keyboard misses. When they are wrong, the score is so lop-sided the other way that the original selection looks utterly ridiculous. In anv event last week's 90 per eventual purchase by Vecck Dorothy's 54 per cent holdings. of At any rate, the managerial touch of Al Lopez brought the White Sox to a victorious climb! '," tals to 40 correct solutions out of 50 attempts for a glittering 80 pel- cent average. the season goal was only ccnt ' a lon * sllot hcre or collapsed New York over the Yankees. Real Depth Comiskey said the White Sox . farm system has provided club with "real depth. there is now in order. There are 12 area games this week and here's the form chart: IOWA CITY over Kuemper. This the!" a City. scouts say this could be a tossup, but after Carroll almost defeated Harlan and came from behind to upend Audubon we have to go along with the Tigers to win still another. IDA GROVE over Audu b o n. Somewhere and sometime the battle *" Iow Hawks are apt to win a football "We have three of four players, The Knights overwhelmed Omaha (Holy Name) last week as T»V.IIC»^V- Linvv«\sA.i\'Lii ty it* 7 v-1. 13) . . . . . . . . « who could make the team in 1960 thev »P sot thc d °P c bucket - and —Jim McAnany, John Callison, ,arry Carreon and J. C. Martin," said Chuck. "The thing about developing a farm system such as we have is hat you not only get replacements, but you have talent for rading to get other men you think you may need." Hunter's Timetable Friday—6:24 a.m. to 5:48 p.m. Saturday—6:25 a.m. to 5:46 p.m. Sunday—0:26 a.m. to 5:44 p.m. Monday—6:27 a.m. to 5:43 p.m. DODGE DART A complete new line of economy cars in the low-price field This is the Dodge Dart—the all-new, low-priced car with the features you've been waiting for. A brand-new Economy Slant "6" Engine that saves up to 20% on gas. All-welded Unibody construction to eliminate squeaks, rattles and rust. 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Main Street game. This could be the time and the place. In four tries the Hawks have lost three and tied one. There is a strong feeling in the Midwest Conference that this state of affairs cannot go on forever. This is strictly a hunch pick. JEFFERSON over Harlan. This week's out - on - a - limb special! Coach Ray Byrnes, of Jefferson, will scream bloody murder. Coach "Swede" Johnson, of Harlan, will view the selection with a satisfied smile. The form charts, based on player experience and weight and bench strength, say it's Harlan all the way. On the other hand, Harlan was not impressive against Carroll and then romped over Sac City with such ease the feeling of complacency may crop up again. Jefferson obviously has been pointing for this game, and the Rams will be all out to knock off the defending champions. LAKE CITY over Sac City. How could you sell the Eagles short in this one? Sac City hasn't been able to win a game and the only team that has beaten Lake City was strong Jefferson. Coach Jim Yunek's boys own conference wins over Ida Grove and Denison and a non-loop win over Rockwell City. This week they win their third conference test. GLIDDEN over Coon Rapids. The greatest danger confronting the Wildcats in this game is the ever present aspect of complacency tied to a tendency to look ahead to Exira. By any standard of measurement, Glidden-Ralston should triumph. Glidden has scored 102 points and given up 32 in four winning efforts. Coon Rapids has scored 12 points and given up 175 in. lour losing efforts. That should be sufficient justification for the selection. EXIRA over Guthrie Center. It looks like another rough night for Guthrie Center in the Coon Valley conference. Exira has no intentions of a let-down before the expected show-down battle with Glidden a week hence. Guthrie could give the Vikings a test, but in final analysis it figures to be an Exira tune- up. MANILLA over Scranton. Now that Manilla has disposed of the team (Bayard) that previously throttled Scranton 26-7, there's only one way to pick this one. Manilla owns victories over Carroll, Coon Rapids and Bayard. The only Hawk loss was in the first game of the season at the hands of Glidden. Looks like another Hawk win. MANNING over Bayard. Could be a toss-up but this corner leans toward the Bulldogs. Although Manning got off on the wrong foot with a loss at the hands of Carroll, the same team came back to defeat Kuemper. They also racked up Guthrie Center. Last week Bayard came within seven points of Manilla while Exira downed Manning 19-0. So what does all that prove? When you come right down to facts and figures, it's a coin- tosscr and the coin came up Manning. AR-WE-VA over Schleswig. Call this groping in the dark. We don't know much about Schleswig but do know Ar-We-Va held Glidden to a pair of touchdowns. That pointed the selection arrow toward the Rockets. WALL LAKE over Newell. There's a strange and persistent leeling in this corner that if Wall Lake is picked to win a sufficient number of times, one ' of these weeks the Comets will come through. They will finally get the breaks and triumph, it says here. And that's about the only thing we have to go on in this particular instance. LAKE VIEW over Schaller. The motto is to stick with the winner. No recourse except to go along with Conch Gordon Hoover's crew. Schaller can be real tough, but so is Crestland from Early and the best they could do with Lake View was to forge a tie. Another win for Lake View. Burlingft Tops Ames; Mohawks 3rd By RON SPEER Associated Press Sports Writer Burlington wrested The Associated Press high school football poll lead from Ames Thursday, slipping into the top spot by a single point. The undefeated Grayhounds drew 187 points to Ames' 186, and had a 9-7 edge in first-place votes. Both registered ft fourth straight victory last week, but the Little Cyclones 13-6 victory over Boone was not as impressive as the Grayhounds' 39-6 breeze against Keokuk, Burlington had trailed Ames by a narrow margin in previous polls. The teams meet later this fall in what could be a showdown for the mythical state championship. A rash of upsets and close calls last week brought the largest vote of the year from sports editors and sportscasters, and rearranged the top 10. Biggest Jump Biggest jump was made by East Waterloo, which climbed from 14th to 6th by virtue of a 13-6 victory over Des Moines East, last week's third-rated team. Dubuque, eighth a week ago, dropped out of the top 20 after a 21-0 loss to unrated Iowa City. Mason City, riding a four-game winning streak, is the only team pressing the two leaders. Coach Bill Moore's Mohawks received two first-place votes and 133 points after their 26-7 rout of West Waterloo and advanced from fourth to third. Davenport, fourth in the first poll but dropped to 10th last week after a tie with Davenport Assumption, is fourth again with 80 points after a 39-0 shutout of Cedar Rapids Washington. LeMars, rolling against unrated competition, was given two first- place votes and 71 points for its 27-12 romp over Sioux City Leeds, and moved from seventh to fifth. East Waterloo was a point behind after its upset of Des Moines East. The Des Moines team slumped to ninth. Sioux City East rolled over Fort Dodge 39-0 but dropped from fifth to seventh. Fort Dodge has yet to score this fall. Cherokee was boosted from ninth to eighth for its 33-12 triumph over Lakes Conference rival Spencer. Little Hawks llth West Waterloo is 10th with 31 points, and nearly was nudged out of the top 10 by Webster City and Iowa City, who drew 30 points. Ames has a chance to pick up prestige and return to the top spot this week in a game at West Waterloo. Burlington plays Ottumwa, a team the Grayhounds defeated 27-0 earlier this fall in the Little Six C o n f e r e n c e's round-robin schedule. Other games involving rated teams include Mason City vs. Des Moines East, Sioux City East vs. Sioux Falls, S.D., Davenport vs. East Moline, 111., East Waterloo vs. Fort Dodge, and Cherokee vs. Spirit Lake. How they scored, with points awarded on a 10 for first, 9 for second, etc., and first-place votes in parentheses: TOP TEN 1. Burlington (9) 187 2. Ames (7) 186 3. Mason City (2) 133 4. Davenport 80 5. LeMars (2) 71 6 East Waterloo 70 7. Sioux City East 68 8. Cherokee 46 9. Des Moines East 35 10. West Waterloo 31 Second Ten: 11, tie, Webster City, Iowa City 30; 13, Marshalltown 26; 14, Atlantic (1) 21; 15, Mount Pleasant 17; 16, Des Moines Roosevelt 14; 17, tie, Waverly, Bettendorf 13; 19, tie, Harlan, Sioux City Heelan 12. Others: Jefferson 9, Dubuque 9, Exira 8,- Sioux City Central 7, Emmetsburg Catholic 7, Grundy Center 6, Bode 5, State Center 5, Des Moines Dowling 5, Elkader 5, Lohrville 4, Shenandoah 4, Wilton Junction 2, Estherville 2, Dallas Center 1, LeMars Gehlen 1, Vinton 1, New London 1, Oakland 1. Bowl Test In Big Ten WELL DECORATED TOMS RIVER, N. J. (AP) -Peter Forcanser never got a medal in his 15 years in the Navy. But now he has over a thousand. Forcanser, a millwright, collects the honorary insignia. Since 1935 he has amassed trays full of colorful decorations from other countries, lie got them by swapping and purchase. By JACK CLARY Associated Press Spurts Writer Can the nation's seventh-ranked offense overcome the eighth- ranked defense? Will the top pick for Big Ten honors beat the No. 2 choice? Wisconsin and Purdue will supply the answers when they meet Saturday and they may spell out R-O-S-E B-O-W-L. Wisconsin is picked to win the Big Ten crown and the trip to the Rose Bowl. Purdue was picked to be runner-up. Wisconsin's run for the roses could come to a screeching halt with a loss, or it could go right on until the Badgers meet Northwestern, the other contender, Nov. 7 for what may be the privilege to spend New Year's Day in the Rose Bowl. Purdue, which does not meet Northwestern, could keep right on going with a victory. But the Boilermakers realize that their hopes may have ended last Saturday when quarterback Ross Fichtner broke a shoulder. H« is through for the year. Five members of Princeton's team were in the infirmary because of an unidentified virus One was tailback Hugh Scott, still expected to sJart against Penn Saturday. ,

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