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Injuries Plague Kuemper- Tigers Set Eagle Roadblock Defense is the key to the Car-; roll-Lake City football .came here <^ Times Frulay nicht. and lack of depth is the peril that confronts Kuemper, 2 Herald Carroll, la. Friday, October 16, 1959 Sioux I'iiy 'Heelmit. "That's the j have speed, desire, depth and plenty of size," Coach Sovich said. The Kuemper coach listed Steve Maeke. Paul Collison, Dave Ret ten- The Kuemper coach took another | maier and John Mar(in fls dpfl . tie that gets underway with Lake City at 8 p.m. here Friday. Leonard Snyder, work horse back in the Carroll attack, will start at right half instead of Jon latest word from 'one look at his injury list and had nitely out of action. All except Ret-i Lane wll ° waa listed as a P r °" !,„.. „. i- ,,ii this to say: ton««ninr ™™;,-™i Mini* i.iii.^ioo »'„ bablc starter on Thursday, coach Condi Gone Macomber, at Carroll, and Coach Frank Sovich. at Kuenv per. "We will have to play a defense No Replacements "My kids realize there are no replacements available. tenmaier received their injuries in practice sessions. Rettenmaier's injury was suffered in the Oma- outside They have the kids who can co all the way once they get outside," Macomber theorized. "That means we will have to but you ean bet on one thing. They will make the Heelan players know they have been in a ball panic," Coach Sovich said. "I saw Heelan whip Sioux City iCentral) 40-0 last week, and that They ha (Holy Name) game. Extremely doubtful performers r ens - ; basis that Lake Citv has not been «'as the best looking high school a passing team so far this year,"i lcam ] ve socn ' lie added ' a passing be said. "Heelan has everything. They for the Knights include Tom Dole;:al and Mike Schaffer. Dale Wenck, Kuemper back, is listed as a very doubtful player in the Heelan game. Snyder to Start One change has been listed in the probable Carroll starting lineup for the Midwest Conference bat- Macomber said Friday. Dave Wenck still gets the starting nod at the left half spot. The shifts involve a change in assignments. Snyder has been the regular starter at left half while Lane and Wenck have shared the chores at right half. With the exception of Larry Cover, end, and Terry Kroeger, who has seen action both as a back and a guard, the Tigers will be in good physical shape for the Lake City invasion. Title Hopes at Stake- Badgers Host Hawks MADISON Wis. (AP)—The title | Wisconsin was bcatep by Pur-1 play was one of the few brigh hopes of both teams hinge on the outcome of the Iowa-Wisconsin game here Saturday. Both have lost once in Big Ten play and another defeat would eliminate them from contention. ANTI- Ctee* Dont take chances on a cracked engine block. Drive in today. Marvin's Sinclair Service DIAL 9122 1 Blk. E. Burke Motor Inn due 21-0 in its only conference • spots in the loss to Purdue. test. Iowa lost to Northwestern 14-10 but rebounded last week with a 37-8 victory over Michigan State. Treadway Top Passer The Hawkeyes are the nation's No. 2 team in total offense with 392.7 yards per game. Iowa quarterback Olen Treadway is the big ten's most successful passer, completing 21 of 43 for 200 yards. As a matter of fact. Iowa players lead in nearly every Big Ten department. Halfback Bob Jeter is the leading rusher with 185 yards, colleague Ray Jauch leads in kickoff returns and pass interceptions, and end Don Norton is the top pass receiver with nine catches for 124 yards, and the leading scorer with 18 points. But Wisconsin is guided by one of the nation's best quarterbacks in Dale Hackbart, a senior who las picked up nearly 2,000 yards by rushing and passing during his career. The Wisconsin line is headed by Jerry Stalcup, right guard whose A Good Thought for Today: Experience is something you get while searching for something else. A Good Thought For Moving Day: Moving is a job for experts ... so call us first and be glad later. Grouse Cartage Go. Carroll Phone 3521 no. 1 specialist in packing and moving ALLIED MM IMCS. kM Courteous Convenient Carrier Center Bill Lapham is the key to Iowa's line which limited North western and Michigan State to a total of 102 yards. Merz Doubtful Wisconsin is at* full strength foi the game. If end Curt Merz is able to play as coaches hope, Iowa also will have everyone ready Merz sat out the Michigan State game with an injured knee. Both teams have 2-1 marks overall. Iowa beat California in its opener and Wisconsin stopped Stanford and Marquette in non- conference play. Iowa is the nation's runnerup in total offense with 392.7 yards per game. The Hawkeyes are sixth in scoring with a 29.7 average. Game time is 1:30 p.m., CST. Mexicon Scores KO Over Johnny Busso LOS ANGELES CAP) — Mexico's rabid fight fans had another hero to worship today in Raymundo Torres. The 18-year-old fighter from Reynosa, Mex., scored a spectacular knockout in the second round Thursday night over fourth- ranked lightweight Johnny Busso of New York before a hysterical crowd of 10,200 at Olympic Auditorium. Running his winning streak to r :7 and his knockout string to 21, Torres decked the 25 - year-old Busso twice in the first round and twice in the second, the last one for keeps after 41 seconds. Torres weighed 135 and Busso 137. A lightning left hook to the head spelled ruin for Busso. It was the first clean knockout scored against him in 46 fights. Matchmaker George Parnassus announced he would guarantee lightweight champion Joe Brown $100,000 to fight Torres for the title. Expect Word Today About Nats Moving By JIM KLOBUCHAR MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — Congressional criticism today heightened the discord over a possible shift of the Washington Senators to Minneapolis. Leo D'Orsey, a former Senators director and currently an adviser on financial matters, met Thursday night with Minneapolis business leaders and members of tne city's Major League Committee. Later, he left for Washington. Decision Today He said he will tell Senators President Calvin Griffith today whether he should stay where he is or come to Minneapolis. "I'm not telling anyone but Griffith what my recommendation is," D'Orsey said. "If he wants to follow that it's okay with me. If he doesn't, that's his business." Before he left, D'Orsey blasted Rep. Emanuel Celler (D-NY) for teller's suggestion that a Griffith move would bring down the wrath of Congress and a result in tough antitrust law aimed at baseball. Criticize Congressmen "Such a statement is ridicu- ous," D'Orsey said. "Celler is only trying to make Griffith a icapegoat. What did Celler do when the New York Giants, Brook- yn Dodgers and Philadelphia Ath- etics decided to move? Nothing. is Griffith's case any different?" Rep. Walter Judd (R-Minn) also answered Celler. "Under the court rules and decisions we can't do anything to :hange the situation and if Washington wants to move to the Twin 'Hies, we have no authority to oppose," Judd said. Buffs Soph Runnerup in Total Yards BOULDER, Colo. (AP)—A sophomore who played six-man football in high school is the biggest obstacle in the path of Iowa State's bid for its first Big Eight victory here Saturday. The rookie is Colorado quarterback Gale Weidner, who is the runnerup in the nation in total offense with fifiG yards in four games. Good Passer Weidner passed for most of his yardage, completing 44 of 88 for 591 yards. The Cyclones have allowed but 20 completions of fi3 attempts in four games, and intercepted 11 tosses. But none of the passers was in Weidner's class. Iowa State has lost only once this year. That was a 14-0 setback by Missouri in the Cyclones' only Big Eight test. • Colorado has been beaten by Washington, Baylor and Oklahoma. Weidner guided the Buffs past Kansas State 20-17 last week. Cyclone Threats Tailback Dwight Nichols and fullback Tom Watkins are the Iowa State threats. Nichols has gained 522 yards rushing and passing and its seventh In the nation in total offense. Watkins is third in the nation in rushing with 376 yards for a 6.2 average per carry. Nichols needs only 14 yards to break an Iowa State total offense record. The little workhorse has gained 3,113 yards to date. The record was set in the 1948-50 seasons by Bill Weeks. Colorado will outweigh the Cyclones by 20 pounds per man, but eight of the Buffalo starters are sophomores. Iowa State plans to start only one sophomore. Game time is 3 p.m., CST. HOUNDING THE REFEREE ... An official called time out during the Army-Penn State football game at West Point when a dog nonchalantly wondered onto the playing field. Series Nets Dodgers Record $11,231 Each 363 Holes of Golf In 24-Hour Stretch ABILENE, Tex. (AP) — James J Johnston Jr. claims a world's record today as a result of 363 holes of golf in 24 hours. "I'm not tired. I'm just getting a little sore," Johnston said after his rounds over the 6,101-yard Abilene Country Club course. He said he broke his own record of 328 holes for long courses 'more than 6,000 yards) set in Fort Worth. Johnston, who says he's a bogey golfer, fired only six birdies. He lost two balls and estimated he walked, trotted and ran 80 miles. Lights were rigged on the course so he could play through the night. Johnston indicated he won't try to break that record any time soon. NEW YORK (AP) — The Los Angeles Coliseum, maligned as a poor excuse for a baseball plant, day by the champion Dodgers and the Chicago White Sox. The vast structure was the ma- was looked upon more kindly to-( Jor reason for the Worid Serics rivals splitting a record series' melon of $893,301.40, with each of the three games there producing progressively record crowds of '"2.000 plus. The players shared He TAKING OFF LEXINGTON Ky. (AP) didn't exceed the speed limit or run -my stop lights, but Ivory Davis iiill was arrested. Davis paid a :ftO fine for driving his car on the unways at an airport Two Are Baptized at Manning Sunday (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Penny Lou 5 s e Schroeder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Schroeder of Westside and Janice Jean Opperman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Gpperman, were baptized at ceremonies in the First Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning, Oct. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bartels spent the weekend with Mrs. Bartels 1 brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl White, in Hastings, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. William Joens spent the weekend in the home of Dr. 0. W. Jones in Marshalltown, in observance of Dr. Joens' birthday. Mrs. Larry Kimes of San Bernardino, Calif., and Mrs. May Schrum were Saturday caller in the John Frahm home, The smallest good deed is better than the grandest intention. Webb Has Good Chance to Upset Fullmer in Utah SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) —Champion Gene Fullmer's year- old decision over Spider Webb might be taken lightly by bettors \vhen the two meet Dec. 4, in a middleweight title bout in Logan, Utah. Fullmer, of nearby West Jordan, and the Chicagoan signed here Thursday for the 15 - round match. It will be Fullmer's first defense of the National Boxing Assn. crown he won in a battle with Carmen Basilio in August. Fullmer battered out a 10-round Decision over the sharp-jabbing \vebb here in September 1958. Webb then was unable to get anything permanently damaging past Fullmer's wrap-around crouch. If Webb has mapped a route past Fullmer's arms, he * could come out of the next clash owning the crown. But Fullmer, a flailing charger until he showed a touch of the fancy dan boxer in the Basilio battle, might not wade into Webb in the same way again. Promoters will be the Intermountain Boxing Club, headed by furrier Joe Dupler, and Norman Rothschild of Syracuse, N.Y., showman for the Basilio-Fullmer match. only in the first two of those games. The Dodgers voted each of 29, players a full share of $11,231.18.' The White Sox voted 31 full shares, each man getting $7,275.17. The previous record for a full share to a winning player was $11,147.90, set by the New York Giants in 1954. The Brooklyn Dodgers of 1956 held the previous high of $6,934.34 for a loser's full share. The Giants and Cleveland, due to the seating capacity of Cleveland's Municipal Stadium, split Name Lopez Top Manager In American NEW YORK (AP)-Al Lop,.* biended the Chicago White -KM speed and good pitching with his own managerial experience ami know-how to end the four - yo;ir American League pennant d'onii. nation of Casey Stengel and the New York Yankees. Largely because he helped hrin^ the first flag in 40 years to Chicago's South Side, Lopez todnv was voted the American Leagu'.j manager of the year for ia~,<) !( the Associated Press annual poll The gay Senor from Tampa! Fla., won by an overwhelming majority in the balloting by nionv hers of the Baseball Writers' Assn. of America. He collected 159 votes, with Joe Gordon nf Cleveland polling 12 and Jimmv Dykes of Detroit the remaining three. Lopez, 51, is not accustomed to one-sided victories. In his nine seasons as a big league pilol. he lias had more "seconds" than ,1 starved boarding house tenant His teams, the White Sox and Indians, were runners-up seven :imes to Stengel's Yankees. Once. in 1954, his Indians came out on op in a close race with N'eu i ork. The past season Lopez utilized the Sox' speed to (heir best advantage. He recogni/ed the unexplored pitching ability of Bnl> Shaw, who won 18 games; man euvcred his bullpen specialists. Turk Lown and Gerry Staley, with xcellent results and kept the club morale at a high level. Carroll Hunters Shoot Ten Geese Two Carroll hunters, Bob Crete- man and Al Hulsebus, bagged 10 geese in an alfalfa field near Swan Lake late Thursday afternoon. "We managed to slip up on them through a corn field. We got the older ones with our first shots and when we started into the Held to pick up the game three, younger ones look off and we got. them," Grctcman said. The bag included Snows and Brandt and the birds dressed out at an average of about four and one-half pounds, he said. Iowa waterfowl hunters will be. limited to forays after geese until next Tuesday noon when the duck season opens. Oct. 20 is the first day of the duck season that will run until Dec. 8. Although duck hunters cannot shoot until noon on the first day $881,763.72 in 1954, which was the | of the season, after that they may Remember Way Back When previous high for the players share. The players participate in the'receipts of only the first fou games. The split of the players' cut ir series' receipts . includes 70 pei cent for the two participating teams, 15 per cent to the seconc jlace teams (Milwaukee and Cleveland); 10 per cent to the third place teams <San Francisco and New York», and 5 per cent tor the fourth place teams (Pittsburgh and Detroit). Of the money to pennant winners, the Dodgers got 60 per cent and the White Sox 40 per cent. '60 CHEVROLET-THE TRUCK WITH TOTAL NEWNESS! Chevy's done the next best thing to paving every road in America with a revolutionary Torsion-Spring Ride that takes the beating out of tough hauls, saves cargo breakage, saves drivers, lets you run at faster safe speeds over any surface. Count on longer truck life and less downtime. With its new independent front suspension, with bulldozer durability in new frames, sheet metal and roomier cabs, Chevy's got a whole new approach to truck engineering and design! Anything less is an old-fashioned truck! See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer Nineteen Forty-Nine— Winds ranging up to 80 miles an hour swept over Carroll County today tumbling thousands of acres of corn and shattering plate glass windows at the Lincoln Cafe and Cavanaugh Motors. Nineteen Forty-Nine— Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frank left last night for Culiacan, Sinoloa, Mex. to visit their daughter, Sr. Mary Rose (Dorothy Frank), and be present at a ceremony when she makes her final profession as a Carmelite nun. Nineteen Forty-Nine— Officers elected by the Carroll High School Pep Club yesterday were Carolyn Fabricius, president; Beverly Short, vice president; and Joan Cavanaugh, secretary - treasurer. Nineteen Forty-Nine— The annual Sweater Dance, sponsored by the Band Boosters Club, will be held at Carroll High School October 22. Larry Jung will master of ceremonies. be McCOY MOTORS CARROLL, IOWA R. J. "Bob" DOLEZAU GOING HUNTING? REMEMBER OUR SPECIAL HUNTERS INSURANCE POLICY—pays for accidental death, medical and hospital charges. See us for full information. ' For the answer to your insurance Questions feel free to call me at the Oolezal Insurance Agency. Dial 4140. OUT OF THE PAST NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. (AP)— While working on a State Power Authority project in the Devil's Hole area near here Frank W. Sleblein Jr. found a British farthing dated 1732. Devil's Hole was the scene of an Indian massacre in the 18th Century. Pro Grid League Seeks Two Texas Clubs Next Year DETROIT, Mich. (AP) — The National Football League is making every effort to add four teams to its 12-team structure—two each in 19(50 and 1961, the president of the Detroit Lions revealed today "But all the mechanics and cities are yet to be decided," said Edwin J. Anderson, Lions' president-general manager. NFL clubs voted 11-1 this week for expansion, he said. Anderson listed Boston, Dallas and Houston as the strongest possibilities, with Buffalo, Miami and Louisville also in the running. The Detroit Free Press said flatly today the two Texas cities would be added to the NFL next year. "The cities have not been picked," Anderson said. "We've just decided to expand — nothing more has been decided. "How we'd give them players, alignment and many other problems remain to be settled." The matter most likely will no*t come to a vote until Jan. 26, when the league holds its meeting. The newly formed American football League already has announced intentions to operate in 1960 with Dallas and Houston holding franchises. fire from sunrise to sunset. Hunting times for the Carroll area aro carried in a table for (he week to come each Monday in the Times Herald. Geese may be shot at any time from sunrise until sunset until Dec. 15. Bag and possession limits this year for ducks consist of three bag limit and six in possession. However, there are limitations anrf hunters can possess no more than one Canvasback, or Redhead, or Ruddy duck and no more than one Wood duck or Hooded Merganser. HELP FOR DWARFED JERSEY CITY, N. J. (AP) -Pencil marks on a kitchen wall hat ni&sure a little boy's growlli bring more than the usual smile to Dr. Philip H. Henneinan of the Seton Hall University College of Med- cine. Dr. Henncman has made it possible for a few dwarfed youngsters to gain an inch or two in height through administration of Allots gleaned from the pituitary ;iand. He is engaged in research icre, hoping to expand the program. It seems silly for people to go out of their way to hunt for an ar- juinent only to lose it. *+**+*+++*+++*+++++++< Your Representative : in this area is JAMES MORK MANNING, IOWA Phone 01. 3S243 Now! Brand New A ( ^T| 5-YEAR WARRANTY ON PRINTED CIRCUIT WE SERVICE TV at Sporrer's BRAND NEW Admiral TV Sets As low as ---- , ------ ptr WM k BUY WHERE YOL CAN GET SERVICE GUARANTEED Longest Trades Evtr — Easiest Terms SPORRER'S 9th and Salinger C TV & APPLIANCES "We Service All Makes" Sunday - Plenty of Fret Parkin*

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