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Rams Pounce on Packers- Colts Defeat Bears By MIKE RATHET Asuor.nted Press Sports Writer .Inlinny Unitas. the artful flipper who's taken his place alongside the likes of Baugh, Graham and Lucknian as one of pro football's greatest quarterbacks, stands alone when it conies to heroics of the cliff-hanging variety. Unitas' last-minute aeril sorties have been responsible for (he 3-1 record compiled by Baltimore's Colts in defense of their National Football league championship. The 26-year-old signal-caller has fired 10 iouchdown passes in the four games—extending to 29 the number of consecutive games \n v-hich he has (ossed at least one TD strike and has accounted for FO of I he Colts 04 points. Seven of Unitas' 10 scoring I flincs have come in the final i quarter as the Colts struggled i from behind. Same Script The script was the same Sunday as Baltimore knocked off one rf its top rivals for the Western Conference crown. 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HALAMKA AT , Carroll — Hotel Burke THURSDAY, OCT. 22 HOURS: 1 p. m. to 6 p. m. CONSULTATION FREE HAL'S RUPTURE SERVICE 1169 Harding Road Das Moines, Iowa a tic for first place in the West with San Francisco and Green Bay. The 49crs clobbered winless Detroit 34-13, and the Packers, undefeated in their first three outings, were pounded 45-6 by Los Angeles. In Ihe Eastern conference, the defending champion New York Giants took sole possession of the top spot with a 3-1 mark. They knocked off Philadelphia 24-7 while Pittsburgh was dumping Washington 27-6. Cleveland moved into a four-way tie for second by \vhipping Chicago's Cardinals 17-7. Avenge Loss Avenging their sole defeat, the Colts pulled ahead of the Bears, now 1-3 for the season, when Uni tas shot a 25-yarder to Lennic Moore. His one-yard flip to L. G. Dupre closed out the scoring. The Bears had tied it just after the second half opened on Willie Galimore's 30-yard scamper. Alan Ameche accounted for the other Colt TD. The surprising 49ers, riding the sir arm of veteran Y. A. Tittle and balking the Lion (0-4) offense with a defensive line that flattened quarterback Tobin Rote, built a 20-0 lead and never were headed. Tittle passed for one touchdown, hitting Clyde Conner with a 37-yard toss. J. D. Smith sscored twice for San Francisco. Packers Humbled Bill Wade's three touchdown passes and the running of Ollie Matson—who picked up 121 yards in 20 carries—overwhelmed the Packer defense which had allowed only three TD's previously. Francis L duPont & Co. announces the opening of a new and larger Storm Lake Office on the ground floor, at 304 East Fifth Street Francis I. duPont and Co. offers to investors complete nation-wide brokerage and investment services in the securities and commodities fields, as well as the services of its well-known Research Department with its timely publications and reports. All who are interested in securities or commodities are cordially invited to call or visit. .Francis L duPont & Co. Members New York Stock Exchange and principal security and commodity exchanges Underwriters and Distributors of Corporate and Municipal Securities 73 offices coast to coaat Telephone: REgent 2-1430 Effective: October 19, 1959 Porochiols Vault Over Fort Dodge Two Carroll grade school elevens .SS. Peter and Paul and St Lawrence, scored victories here Sunday afternoon. St. Lawrence took the opener over Holy Rosary of Fort Dodge by a 38-20 score anr SS. Peter and Paul blanked Fort Dodge (Corpus Christi) 14-0. lion O'Herron scored first for unbeaten St. Lawrence on a six yard plunge and later in the initial period through a 36-yard strike to Larry Hagedorn. Pete Kelly found Hagedorn for a 45-yard pass play in the second quarter with Jim Hyland adding the extra point. Darrell Crotts scored on a 73-yard reverse for Holy Rosary. Touchdown Passes Kelly pitched twice for six points in the third period. Fted Ferlic grabbed one for 20 yards and Howard Peters snatched the other for 22 yards. St. Lawrence counted their final TD on a 72-yard return and then converted to give St. Lawrence a 38-6 lead. The Fort Dodge club scored twice against the reserves in the last five minutes with Delmas West plunging for the counters. SS. Peter and Paul won the nightcap as they fashioned a 14-0 victory for their second win of the season in three attempts. Joel Miller swept his right end in the first quarter for a 25-yard gainer in the first stanza. Ron Bengfort converted. The second period was scoreless. Dominated Play In the third quarter Jim Buchholtz scampered 24 yards with Bengfort again converting to send the score to 14-0. The winners dominated play and were inside Corpus Christi's five-yard line twice in the last period but a fum ble killed one threat and the final horn ended the second. SS. Peter and Paul and St. Lawrence will square off next Sunday at the Carroll High School Athletic Field. The seventh graders will play the opener at 1:30 p.m. followed by the eighth grade. St. Lawrence won the first game between the two schools 21-0. Hunter's Times Tues.—6:37 a.m. to 5:31 p.m. (Ducks: Noon to sunset on Oct. 20) Wed.—6:37 a.m. to 5:29 p.m. Thurs.—6:39 a.m. to 5:28 p.m. Fri.—6:39 a.m. to 5:26 p.m. Sat.—6:41 a.m. to 5:25 p.m. Sun.—6:41 a.m. to 5:23 p.m. Mon.—6:42 a.m. to 5:22 p.m. _^M^__^B^^^tfi^^^Mi^^^tfi^k^tf^^^tf^^^ i^^^*^^^^^^^*^^^i^^^*^^^*^^^^p Pro Standings By The Associated Press W L T Pet. Pts. Op. New York .... 310 .750 78 83 Phila .._ 2 2 0 .500 98 93 Washn ._ 220 .500 73 107 Cleveland __ 2 2 0 .500 64 41 Pittsburgh^ 2 2 0 .500 85 64 Chgo Cards 130 .250 77 95 Western Conference W L T Pet. Pts. Op. Green Bay. 310 .750 64 81 Baltimore 310 .750 94 66 San Frisco .310 .750 112 48 Los A. ..220 .500 94 84 Chgo Bears 130 .250 60 79 Detroit 040 .000 56 114 from dale barton'* 4HM>*++4"H"t++'k ^«% • * <*\ I * I jk S/crte 3rc/ /n Loop; KEYBOARD ^ jf/n/ur/es Hurt Iowa »***+ M »*» 11 i 11111111111 i ii RAILROAD FEATHERBEDDING: '500,000,000 LOSS TO THE NATION-INCLUDING YOU-EVERY YEAR Featherbedding on the railroads — pay for work not done or not needed —is costing the American people the shocking total of more than $500,000,000 a year. You pay for it every time you shop, because featherbedding costs are hidden in the price of everything you buy. Obsolete union work rules, involving the railroad operating employees, are responsible for this gigantic burden. Right now, for instance, these rules require every diesel locomotive to carry a fireman— even though diesels have no fires to stoke, no boilers to tend. The forthcoming negotiations between the railroads and the unions are urgently important to the whole nation. In asking the unions to drop these featherbedding rules, all the railroads ask for is a fair day's work for a fair day's pay. AMERICAN RAILROADS MONDAY MOANING: "I almost kicked my shoe off on the sidelines trying to get the kids into punt formation on that fourth down play at midfield with the score tied, but it didn't register," Coach Gene Macomber of Carroll said after the 34-25 Lake City win. "I know you were kicking. 1 saw you," Coach Jim Yunek Lake City said. "While you were doing that 1 was trying to get my boys back for the punt and they couldn't see either," Coach Yunek said. The two coaches agreed thai was one of the turning points in the game. It happened late in the third quarter with the score knotted at 13-13. Four plays after Carroll relinquished possession on an incomplete forward pass on the Tiger 49-yard line the opportunist Eagles scored from 41 yards out anc went in front to stay. "That was just one of those things and we could have come back. But the thing that really perturbs me was the officiating. II left a lot to be desired," Coach Macomber said. "There was a completed .pass fumble and recovery by us thai was ruled an incomplete pass There was an offside on us thai set us back and prevented a possible score and the other team was also guilty but wasn't called," he said. "And to make matters worse our pass receivers were blocked by an official downfield while the ball was in the air," Macomber added. "I'll admit you didn't get the breaks but your school hired them," countered Coach Yunek. "As for me, I'm glad it's over. Our boys almost gave me heart failure when they decided to go for that last touchdown. We had a two point lead and all we had to do was run the clock out," Coach Yunek -said. The play that perturbed the Eagle mentor was a dangerous pitch- back from Craig Colvig, quarterback, to Richard Wenck, speedster halfback, that started on the Carroll 30-yard line and carried to the Tiger 15 on next to the last play in the game. A fumble recovery and a time out would have given, the Tigers an opportunity to try the long scoring strike through the air that could have meant a Carroll victory. But let's face it, coaches are prone to play it safe while the boys on the field are never afraid to gamble. That keeps the game interesting and the spectators on the edge of their seats. "Do you realize we have won five straight and each one has beer^ a shutout," quoth Charlie Schramm, the statistical minded spokesman for Coach Richard Zubradt at Manilla said. Charlie knows whereof he speaks. The Hawks lost to Glidden- Ralston in a 25-13 battle. Then they blanked Carroll, 7-0; Coon Rapids, 51-0; Bayard, 7-0; Scranton, 41-0; and hung it on Greenfield, 45-0. "Maybe we better crow while we can," he said. "You know we play Exira here next Friday," he added. "One of these nights. Yep, one of these nights we might win one," Coach Darrell Conway of Wall Lake, said. Conway's Comets sputtered out at Schaller in a 33-0 game. "They turned our passes into their touchdowns, and that's about all there is to say," he explained. The Comets, winless a year ago, are still in the same fix this season. They have Lytton at home on Friday, trek to Ar-We-Va the fol- owing week and have a postponed game with Lake View on the "Boy I'm glad we got out as well as we did," Coach Gordon Hoover of Lake View said in reviewing his team's 13-0 win over Ar-We-Va. 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Ij don't know if we can be ready, but! I hope so," Coach Hoover said. ! "You passed us up for a couple of weeks and we came pretty close in both games," Coach Lee Arrowsmith of Bayard accused. He referred to Manilla's 7-0 win and Manning's 14-13 victory over the surprise club in the Coon Valley. "Well, we got back on the beam against Ogden with a 15-6 win. I can't say enough about my defensive line. They were terrific. And j Joe Lawrence and Danvin Smith were really outstanding on defense," he said. "But look what we've got coming up. It's Glidden-Ralston here on Friday and it's our homecoming. That's a big order," he added. "We didn't try to run the score up. It just happened," Coach Dale Johnson of Manning said ill reference to the 41-0 win over Coon Rapids. "I had my reserves in and in one quarter they gained over 160 yards from scrimmage," he explained. "We set them up with a fumble for one touchdown and we missed an important first down by one foot in a drive that might have won it," said Coach Ralph Cripi- tani, Ida Grove, as he reviewed Harlan's 19-14 victory. "Right now I'm more concerned about how we are going to cope with Carroll. It's your homecoming and my scout tells me that George Provopulos looks great as a passer. Could be a long night," Capitani added. "For one quarter they played us real tough. Then we got in front with a couple of touchdowns in the second quarter and in the second half they seemed to have a letdown," Coach Max Liggett of Denison said as he went over the highlights of the 37-0 Monarch victory over Sac City. "We're in much better shape now. Stan Nicholas has come around as a passer and I'm not at all certain Dale Mullen could win his job back as quarterback if he were fully recovered from that shoulder injury," the Denison coach said. "Say, don't let anybody tell you that Audubon isn't a tough team. They made a believer out of me," \ Coach Ray Byrnes of Jefferson said. "We had them 21-6 with 12 seconds left to play and big-hearted Byrnes put in a full team of reserves. They really took advantage of me. That Jim Jensen caught our kick off on his own 10. He started to his right, cut diagonally across the field and outran three of my boys on a 90-yard kick-off return and we settled for a 21-12 win," Coach Byrnes said. B.v The Associated Press Iowa Slate's football team is off to its fastest start in 10 years with victories over four of the first five opponents. The Cyclones, who won a total of one conference game in three previous seasons, equalled that mark in their second Big Eight l».st last Saturday, whipping favored Colorado 27-0. Iowa State is tied for third in the conference with a 1-1 mark and will be a solid favorite to beat Kansas State at Ames Saturday. The Cyclones haven't won five games in a season since Abe Stu- Ler coached them to a 5-3-1 record in 1949. The future doesn't hold as much promise for Iowa. Badgers Slam Door Quarterback Olen Treadway proved he is a big league passer, completing 26 of 41 tosses'for a number of conference records, but there was little else to celebrate after Wisconsin slammed the door on the defending champion Iowa's Big Ten title hopes, 25-16. The loss was the second in three conference games and virtually eliminated the Hawkeyes from the championship race. No team has ever won the title after losing twice. Fumbles played a major role in the Hawkeyes' loss. "You can't fumble five times and expect to win," commented Coach Forest Evashovski. "Wisconsin deserved the victory, they were up for this one." , Wisconsin used the Iowa bobbles 1 and a powerful line to move into |a 25-0 load before Treadway got limbered up. Then he set up a (oChdown with an 18-yard toss to end Jeff Lang- stem, and pitched a 21-yard scoring toss to end Don Norton to close the gap. 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