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Face Poll Conscious Foe- Kuemper at Heelan The Kuemper Knights face their Socond straight poll - conscious for Friday nipht when (hoy meet (ho Crusndrrs from Sioux City nice- Ian*. Gamp tinio is fi p.m. a( Memorial Field in Sioux City. The fnisndprs. Siouxlnnd chain- 2 Times Herald Carroll, la. Thursday, Oct. 15, 1959 orhotise. Their only loss was a 2 2fi set back a! (ho hands of cross town rival East. Heelan's latest romp was a 40-0 shellacking of Sioux City (Centra!*. The previous week Central lost a six point decision to Omaha (North' in (he last two mimifcs of (lie game. North is ranked No. 1 in Nebraska. 13 Leitermen Coach Bon Fleming has 13 lettermen from last year's team. Dick Walsh is (he (rigger man of (he Crusader's Wing T. Walsh utilized his passing in slopping Central. Three fleet runners round out the backfield. Skip Madge and Dan Conway will be at halfback and NomeCunsel Acting Boss In Pro Loop PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The National Football League today finds itself somewhat in the same position major . league baseball v/as in after the death of Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis. As baseball commissioner, Landis guided baseball from the depths of the Black Sox scandal in 1919 to the integrity and respectability it enjoys today. Bert National Football Probable starting lineups: KUEMPER I.E — Jim Goetzinger, 11, 163 LT — Tom Dole/.al, 10, ISO I.G — Everett Buddin, 12, 175 C — Tom Schleisman. 12, 173 f?G — Jack Schleisman, 11, RT — Larry Brown, 12, 180 HE — Vern Henkenius, 11, 152 '38-19 while (he Maroons decisioned i QB — Jerry Gchling, 11, 143 Jim Birmingham at fullback. All three are favorite tagets for Walsh. Hoclan and Kuemper have met one common foe. The Crusaders pions Ias« year, have another iww-j dp f ca(cd Dps M oines (bowling) Kuemper 20-0. "Our big problem this week is trying to shake the memory of week's 51-0 whipping at the LH — Denny Gule, 12, 145 RH — Bob Bromert, 11. 141 — Dale Wenck, 12, 179 Line Ave: 168 hands of Iowa City," said Coach Frank Sovich of the Knights. Lineup Changes Blocking and tackling came in for heavy work this week. Another high priority on the Knights work has been that of replacements. Tom Dolezal has t en switched from left end to left tackle with Larry Brown moving to right tackle. Bob Bromert will gel his first starting assignment as he starts at right half. Four men are definitely on the disabled list this week. They are Steve Macke, Paul Collison, Dave Rettenmaier and Dan Martin. uacK Ave: wi Team Ave: 162 HEELAN LE — Dave Hastcr, 12, 200 LT — Gary Miller, 12, 205 LG — Stan Wagner, 12, 170 C — Dave James, 12, 170 RG — Bill Gallagher, 12, 165 RT ~ Ron Clay, 12, 185 RE — Bob Burchard, 12, 170 QB — Dick Walsh, 12, 155 LH — Skip Madge, 12, 165 RH — Dan Conway, 12, 170 FB — Jim Birmingham, 12, 170 Line Ave: 184 Back Ave: 165 Team Ave: 177 Burlington Hikes Lead; from dale barton's KEYBOARD Tigers Shuffle Starters- Bell lifted (he League to a similar status. Acting Commissioner NFL clubowners are faced with the task of finding a man as commissioner to carry on the work of Bell. Wednesday, after Bell was laid to rest, the owners appointed an acting commissioner. They named 50-year-old Austin a former FBI into the league agent seven Gunsel, brought years ago as chief investigating officer and later as treasurer. He will rule the roost until the league's annual meeting in January. Then, a permanent com- niissioner will be chosen. Iowa City 9th in Grid Poll By RON SPEER Associated Press Sports Writer Burlington, aided by a defeat to its closest challenger, increased its lead in the Associated Press high school football poll this week. The undefeated Grayhounds roeet Ames Friday in what had appeared to be a showdown for the mythical state championship before the Little Cyclones were upset last week. Hawks In Top 10 Iowa City and Mount Pleasant made their first appearance in the top 10 this week, replacing Lemars, fifth last week but beaten by South Sioux City, Neb., 14-6, end Des Moines East, ninth a week ago. Mason City is the runnerup team this week, moving up from third with three first-place ballots and 195 points after its 27-7 victory over Des Moines East. The undefeated Mohawks face rugged opposition this week, playing sixth-rated East Waterloo in a game that probably will decide the Big Six Conference title. East von four in a row since losing to Burlington 37-14 in its opener. Wahawks Jump West Waterloo's 27-20 triumph over Ames boosted the Wahawks from 10th to 4th with 105 points, a point ahead of Davenport which FEARLESS FORECASTS: The unexpected happened in one game and a couple of others went the other way. That smeared up the record in this corner in last week's high school football prcdic- 157 lions. Carroll fitumbed before Denison as the Monarchs picked up their first win this season. Wall Lake's tenure in the loss column was extended by Newell's one touchdown margin. And Ar-We - Va's Rockets malfunctioned at Schleswig. While the three mistakes chopped down the week's percentage, the season total was shaved by only a point. The record to date is 49 correct solutions in 62 attempts for a mark of 79 per cent. Things might be different this week. Last wejk the upset prediction came through. This week's upset pick is apt to backfire. In addition, there are too many games (his week that should be cut and dried and that's always an invita : tion to disaster. Now that the alibis have been recorded in advance, here are the possible outcomes in a 12 - game slate: SIOUX CITY (HEELAN) over Kuemper. I looked at both sides of the coin, threw the crystal ball out the window and tried standing on my head in an effort to see a Kuemper victory. Allthis was to no avaid when the 51-0 setback at Iowa City and Heelan's 40-0 victory over Sioux City Central was placed on the scale. If it wasn't for the fact Heelan, like Iowa City, is poll- minded, it might be possible to see a big let down on the part of the Sioux City team and a chance for an upset. But when a club shoots 2u-19 victory over East Moline, fell from fourth to fifth after a Jor the top in the weekly polls, 111. East Waterloo stopped Fort Dodge 14-0 and received 89 points for sixth, the same position it held last week. Sioux City East, seventh a week sgo, had to share the spot with Cherokee this week with 54 points. East toppled Sioux Falls, S. D., 28-26, and Cherokee breezed past Spirit Lake 49-7. Iowa City drew one first-place vote and 41 points for ninth after its 51-0 rout of Carroll Kuemper. Mount Pleasant is 10th with 38 points after defeating Bloomfield 34-6 last week for its fifth victory in a row. that team points for every game. That's what confronts the valiant Knights in Sioux City on Friday night. LAKE CITY over Carroll. This could be one of those "toss-up" games. The Tigers were down last week and should be up this week. But by the same token, the Eagles were down last week and can be counted on to bounce back to early season form. Much we would like to go with Carroll, reason says the Eagles have to be favored on the basis of victories over Ida Grove and Denison in view of the fact that Denison downed Carroll 20-7. However, this is a game the I Tigers can win. It's simply a ques- firth of being able to take advantage of the scoring opportunities. JEFFERSON over Audubon. This could be a tough encouter for the Rams in view of the normal lei down after last week's upset win over Harlan. Audubon, thrashed by Ida Grove last Friday, will he out for revenge at the expense of any team in sight. But when all facts are taken into consideration, it's impossible to go against Coach Ray Byrnes' fine Jefferson team. DENISON over Sac City. The Monarchs have found the winning combination and it looks like a long season for Sac City. Denison's win over Carroll proved to the Monarchs that they can wind up on the long end of the score. That f.fctor could go a long way with a club that was about to reach the depths of despair because everything seemed to go wrong. As for the Indians, with a little luck they might have beaten Lake City. So it isn't safe to assume they are incapable of victory. HARLAN over Ida Grove. The Hawks from Ida Grove wants this game more than any other on the schedule, but they catch Harlan at a time when the Cyclones are bound to bounce back from the defeat at the hands of Jefferson. Harlan is in position where they can't afford to lose. They must win all the rest and hope some loop team gets lucky and knocks off Jefferson. That's Harlan's only hope for a portion of the title. It doesn't add up to good prospects for Ida Grove. GLIDDEN over Exira. Here is the upset pick of the week! The 'smart money" boys say Exira is Carroll Hosts Eagles A day of rest for the first string- ! week, will sit out this week's game ers and .some key shifts in the because of an injury sustained in lir.oup keynoted Carroll's prepar-1 the Denison contest, ntion for the Lake City game here j -Tack Hays, who again gets the Friday night at 8 p.m. nod at center, has be<yi weakened The team has been very flat in ' by a virus infection and the dura- practice the past two days and unless the spirit soars by Friday night we will be "in real trouble," Goach Gene Macomber said. "We gave the first team Thursday off to rest," he said. Lineup Changes The Carroll mentor has shifted John Helmkamp, a win,«back, to lion of his service on the field is rxDieted to be limited. Lake City, victors over Rockwell City. Ida Grove, Denison and Sac City, is expected to be weaker-^ by the probable limited service of speedster Richard Wenck. "Sac City's big tackle, Larry Bowman, stepped on Wenck's back left end and has installed former I after a tackle last week and the much too powerful and Glidden- Ealston's Terry Peters will be lucky if he isn't carried off the field on a stretcher in the first quarter. They reason further that with Peters out via the injury route the Wildcat offense will die and Exira will score at will against a team that will come apart at the seams. That's the word from the betting gentry. But there are times when the gamblers guess wrong. This could be one of the times. The Wildcats have waited a year for this one big game. They have capable personnel and given a break lere or there could turn in one of the big upsets this week. MANNING over Coon Rapids. It seems to be axiomatic this year ;o pick the team that plays Coon Rapids. One of these weeks the left end, Roger Kajpcrsen, at wingback. In the line Ron Edwards, formerly a center, has moved into the left guard position. Ron Swanson, formerly a guard, will remain at right end where he saw service last week, Dave Wenck rejoins the starting backfield unit replacing Leonard Snyder at left half. Jon Lane gets the call at right half. For the first time this season, alternate quarterbacks are listed on the starting lineup. John Schaben is expected to get the initial call, but George Provopulos, a freshman, is available for duty in a starting or substitute role. Injury List Larry Cover, regular end, will have to sit out the game as he recuperates from a previous injury. Cover is expected to rejoin the squad and participate in light workouts next week. Terry Kroeger, who was pressed into service in a line role last injury kept Wenck out of school the first part of this week," Coach Jim Yunek, Lake City, said. "We don't know how much service we can expect from Wenck, so we plan to start Alan Hart at left half," Coach Yunek said. Weights About Even Aside from Wenck's injury, the Eagles appear to be in good shape for the Midwest Conference tussle. The two teams stack up about even on the weight chart. Lake City's line averages 174 compared Presenting the completely new CHRYSLER 960 Area Games Friday Games: Kuemper at Sioux City (Heelan) Lake City at Carroll Audubon at Jefferson Sac City at Denison Harlan at Ida Grove Glidden at Exira Coon Rapids at Manning Scranton at Guthrie Center Bayard at Ogden Greenfield at Manilla Wall Lake at Schaller Lake View at Ar-We-Va. Coon Rapids boys may give some outfit a rude awakening, but the Bulldogs from Manning are still in the Coon Valley conference battle and are not about to stumble against a second division outfit. GUTHRIE CENTER over Scranton. Another game that could go the other way, but Guthrie has been the stronger club in league competition and on that basis should pull through with a win. BAYARD over Ogden. After a brilliant start, the Bayard club suffered successive setbacks by narrow margins at the hands of Manilla and Manning. They are due for a turn for the better and Ogden is the first likely victim. MANILLA over Greenfield. Since Guthrie Center handled Greenfield, 19-0, there's no reason to believe Manilla can't continue to uphold the Coon Valley against a non-loop foe. SCHALLER over Wall Lake. The fact that Schaller lost to Lake View by only one point, and in the second half to boot, prompts this selection. Added incentive for the pick was the fact the Comets seem dogged by bad luck. They come close but can't seem to generate the spark that wins. Could be an interesting game, but Schaller still looms as the favorite. LAKE VIEW over Ar-We-Va. The Rockets seem to have trouble in getting back on the winning track whereas Lake View has only a tie to mar the record against some rugged opposition. Reason dictates that the Black Hawks are in line for another win. Evy to Air Grievances IOWA CITY (AP)-The feud of football Coach Forest Evashevski with Athletic Director Paul Brechler may come to a head Thursday night on the University of Iowa campus. Evashevski is scheduled to meet at 7:30 p.m. with the Board in Control of Athletics and explain the "intolerable working conditions" which he says prevail in the athletic department. It was the main topic of conversation on the campus as the hour of the hearing drew near, mainly because no one was sure what the coach was going to say. On that question Evashevski held his peace, refusing to say anything in advance. Conflict between him and Brechler reached a peak on Oct. 2 the day after Brechler turned down a better-paying job as director of athletics at 'the University of Pittsburgh. Evashevski, in a terse "intolerable working conditions" statement, said he will resign at the expiration of his contract in 1963. Brechler is secretary of the athletic board and plans to be present at Thursday night's meeting. "I'm as anxious to hear his complaints as anyone," he said. Asked what he would do if Evashevski offered to stay if Brechler quit the athletic director said: "I will stay regardless of what Evashevski does. I am working for the university and will continue to do so as long as they are satisfied I am doing my job." It was not known whether the coach would have a statement for presentation to the board or talk to the members informatlly. All 14 board members were expected to be present. They include 12 SUI faculty men and two alumni representatives. to 173 for Carroll. With Schaben in the backfield, Carroll will have a one pound edge on the backs, but with Provopulos at the controls the Tigers will have a six pound deficit in the aver age weights. Lake City's team average is 171, while Carroll will weigh in af either 170 or 168. The visiting Eagles are hoping for a dry field, if Wenck can play, to take advantage of the sprinter's great break-away speed. The greatest concern in the Eagle camp appears to be pass defense. Carroll has shown indications of being one of the most aerial minded teams in the loop, and the Lake City staff considers that weapon one of the most dangerous aspects of the game. Probable Starters: CARROLL LE — John Helmkamp, 11, 130 LT — , r ,'e Farner, 12, 170 LG — Koii Edwards, 10, 162 C — Jack Hays, 11, 230 RG — Jim Prince, 12, 163 RT — Ron Fricke, 11, 185 RE — Ron Swanson, 11, 175 QB — John Schaben, 12, 180, or George Provopulos, 9, 160 LH—Dave Wenck, 11, 151 RH — Jon Lane, 12, 183 WB — Roger Kaspersen, 12, 145 Line Average: 173 Backs Average: 165, or 158 Team Average: 170, or 168 LAKE CITY LE — Steve DeSart, 12, 165 LT — David Van Ahn, 12, 170 LG — Robert Kraft, 12, 150 C — Charles Loeck, 12, 170 HG — Warren Gordon, 11, 210 RT — Paul Packer, 11, 205 RE — Darrell Christian, 12, 150 QB — Craig Colvig, 12, 160 LH — Alan Hart, 11, 150 RH — Ben Golliher, 12, 183 FB — Melvin Moulds, 12, 165 Line Average: 174 Backs Average: 164 Team Average: 171 CHALLENGE TO ALL FT. SILL, Okla. (AP) _ A challenge to any team in the area was issued by the 2nd Battle Group of the 30th Infantry. 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