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Hawkeyes Slump to 15th- LSU Tops Grid Poll Ry EP rORRTGAV Associated Prrss Sports Writer Powerful Louisiana St.lie held its so far iin^luik.'blr r-r.-niion a:op tho nation's rnllrco fooi!\i:! teams today for th? Hih consecutive \veek. The Penpal? from tho Bayou compiled a whopping 1.238 votes; from the spot's writers and sports- castors votins in the weekly Associated Press poll. LSI' has been in first place since early last season, j Coach Paul Pietzel's club drew j 68 of the 144 first place votes—; jilmost as many ns the other. schools combined. ; The points are totalled on the basis of 10 for first place, 9 for second and so on down the line. Comfortable Margin Louisiana State barely beat Kentucky, 9-0. last Saturday, hut 2 Times Herald Carroll, la. Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1959 the voters still .cave the Timers a comfortable margin over second- place Northwestern, which collected 1.171 points. The Wildcats turned back Mich- ican. 20-7. last Saturday. They managed 23 first place votes in holding down their second place spot. Texas completed the big three —the same order as a week ago j —by drawing 1,010 points. The LonRhonis. who edged Arkansas, 13-12, in their last effort, were the [ only other team to crack the 1.000 mark. Rounding out the top 10 were Mississippi, Southern California, Svracuse. Auburn. Penn State, by FREEMAN A man'* newest shoe color... rich, dark, spice-warm antiqued brown ... gjves you "wonderful feeling Freeman" footwear comfort. luxurious Calfskin $1495 Anderson SHOE STORE "SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY' Georgia Tech and Arkansas in that order. Nrwcomrrs Both Auburn and Arkansas are newcomers to the charmed circle. The Plainsmen jumped to seventh from 11th by virture of their 7-6 triumph over Georgia Tech. while Arkansas, despite the defeat by- Texas, advanced to tenth from 12th. The top ten, points based on 10 for a first place vote. 9 for second, etc. (first place votes in parentheses i: 1. Louisiana State (68) ..... 1,238 2. Northwestern (23) 1.171 3. Texas <8) _ 1.010 4. Mississippi U8> 989 5. Southern California (12) 768 6. Syracuse (4) 673 7. Auburn (5> 462 R. Penn State (3) 313 9. Georgia Tech _ 280 10. Arkansas (1) ._ _..._ 213 Second Ten: 11. Oregon (1) _ 192 12. Wisconsin _ ..._ 170 13. Illinois „ _ _ 118 14. Purdue _ .._ __ 97 15. Iowa 68 16. Texas Christian ...„ _ fifi 17. Clemson _ 60 18. Oklahoma __ 56 19. Yale 'I) 52 20. Ohio State ._ 43 Cyclones Lose Kick Specialist AMES (AP)—Iowa State's kicking specialist, sophomore blocking back Jim Stehbens, will be out for about two weeks, Cyclone officials said Monday. ! Stehbens suffered a leg injury in Iowa State's 27-0 victory over Colorado last Saturday. He kicked off for the Cyclones and had booted one field goal and four extra points. I Cliff Rick, who docs the punting and some of the extra point kicking, will share kickoff duties with fullback Tom Watkins. i The Cyclones went through a light drill Monday, then saw movies of their game with Kansas State last year. About" 18,000 persons are expected to see the homecoming game with Kansas State Saturday. Camp Dodge Site of Annual Field Trial DES MOINES (AP)-Bird dogs from five states will compete in the annual fall field trials at Camp Dodge Saturday and Sunday. Entries have come from Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa. Only 58 dogs will be allowed to compete in the trials. Audubon Scores J39-0 Victory in i * Frosh-Soph Game AT "DURON" — The Carroll Frosh-Soph crirMor<; worn victim- i,-rd in tho bnitlc of numbers horo Monday niu'ht in a 3<i-o setback administered by Audubon. "\Vo were forced to show up with only 17 boys in uniform and they hr.fi 3:1. 1 think they wore determined to reverse the 19-fi decision \\e had over them last year, and they did it." Coach Colburn Col- liiifio. of Carroll, said. "\Ve were further handicapped by the fact our team drew an average of one penalty in each series of downs. It hamstrung any offense we might have had," he said. Audubon rolled to a 20-0 halftime score and uppcd the margin to 32-0 in the third quarter. The Wheelers added their final seven points late in the fourth. The Carroll mentor said his problems were simlar to those confronting the coaches at Iowa State University. "If we didn't use our Frosh- Sophs in practices with the varsity we couldn't have a good varsity workout, and that handicaps the Frosh-Sophs because they only work as a team in a Frosh-Soph p.ame," Coach Collinge said. Nats Stay in Capital By GEOFFREY GOULD WASHINGTON <APi - The Washington Senators won't move to Minneapolis this year. Club owner Calvin Griffith announced Monday night his decision to remain in the capital, where the Senators have been since 1901. His reason: He found out that r.ome American League club owners refused to go along with the move. It would only take three no votes to blackball the transfer. Tightrope Act Griffith did a tightrope act last year too about moving to Minneapolis. The Minnesota city has been trying to attract the Senators for several years, and has offered sizable guarantees. Griffith said he agreed with his advisors that the latest Minneapolis offer "is for the best interests of all stockholders" of the club. Thus he seemed to be leaving the door open for another try next year to shift the franchise. Minneapolis, Griffith said, offered a minimum net profit of $430,000 a year for five years, a total of $2.150.000. The last-place Senators drew B15.000 fans here this year. Griffith said the club lost money. New Entries In Pro Loop Next Season By JOE MOOSHIL CHICAGO (,\P> — The National Football I/oncuf is so ea?er to expand by 1MO that it. will even rhnriee its by-laws to suit the pur- poso. Gcorce Halas, owner-conch of tho Chicago Bears and chairman of tho XFL expansion committee, Monday announced plans to boost the league from 12 to 14 teams by next fall. "\Ve know we can't get a unanimous vote to expand in our January mootim;," said Halns. "Therefore, we will change the by-laws that stipulate this and we know we can get the 10 required votes to do this." Marshall Opposed Holding back unanimous approval for expansion is George Preston Marshal], owner of the Washington Redskins. Marshall said in Washington "expansion is impractical, hasty, and definitely would hurt college football." Halas said that he and Acting Commissioner Austin H. Gunsel held separate polls and learned that 11 of 12 owners are in favor ot immediate expansion. Halas said the owners also favored considering expansion to 16 teams by 1961 or 1962. Dallas and Houston are the cities being wooed. Houston, however, must come up with a new stadium. If not, the franchise will go elsewhere, probably to Minneapolis-St. Paul. Texas Backers Halas went so far as to introduce the prospective owners of the proposed Dallas franchise at his press conference Monday. They are oilman Clint Murchison Jr. and attorney Bedford Wynne. Halas also revaled the man behind Houston interests is Craig Cullinan who deals in oil investments. The NFL's plan to move immediately into Dallas and Houston clash with those of the American Football League which plans to begin operations next year with the two Texas cities as key bases. Lamar Hunt, Dallas oilman who is organizing the new league, said the NFL's plans do not "change our plans in the least." In a report from Dallas, Hunt said "the NFL is making a serious mistake in bringing a club here—the competition is likely to cause both to lose money whereas one club here could operate profitably." Hunt called the NFL's proposed move "sabotage." NEW-FROM THE WORLD'S LARGEST BUILDER OF COMPACT CARS! BY POPULAR DEMAND—A BRAND-NEW RAMBLER AMERICAN FOUR-DOOR SEDAN FOR '60. Two-door sedans and station wagons, too—official economy champs—offering fully automatic transmission, reclining seate. Shorter turning radius, easiest parking. Come See the New Ramblers for '60 THE NEW STANDARD OF BASIC EXCELLENCE New! Three Seats! Tailgate is a fifth door with positive key lock to keep children safe. Passengers step in easily. Easy to load, too. Seethe new 1960 Compact* Ramblers —already breaking all records. See clean, modern styling that has not sacrificed headroom or ease of entrance. 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The second-ranked Scott, who was ready to give up boxing a year or so ago, earned a shot at the title here Monday night with a technical knockout victory over Garnet (Sugar) Hart. Scott got the job done in 28 seconds of the ninth round of a scheduled 12 rounder. No Answer Promoter Herman Taylor twice has telegraphed a $75,000 offer to Don Nesseth, manager of Jordan. He has yet to get an answer. Al Klein, of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission, says he'l plead Scott's case before a Nov. meeting of the National Boxing Association's executive commit tee. The battle at Convention Hal icre Monday night was sensation al to say the least. The wo bitter NdYth Philadelphia riv ils slammed each other with every punch in the book, a disappointing crowd of 4,930—a gross gate o 523,340 — screamed with deligh rom the opening bell. Furious First Hart, 146' •*, the No. 1 welter weight challenger; came out in he first round bent on settling an old score—a knockdown by Scoti n a local gym three years ago Apparently that was it for Hart ?cott who weighed 146, had taken his best and was still around to alk about it. Although the 22- vear-old Hart kept battling, Scott as the master the rest of the way. He forced Hart to fight inside where the long right hand hat kayoed 21 of 28 victims was east effective. OLD ACTOR IN NEW ROLE . . . Archie Moore gives Eddie Hodges a light. The light-heavyweight champion is playing runaway slave Jim in a film version of Huckleberry Finn. Fox Top Choice for Major League Stars By SHELDON SAKOWITZ Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) -Nellie Fox, peppery second baseman of the American League pennant - winning Chicago White Sox, received the most votes for the 1959 Associated Press major league all- star team named today. Fox was selected on 165 of the 773 ballots cast by members of the Baseball Writers Assn. of America participating in the annual poll. Two White Sox teammates, catcher Sherm Lollar and right-handed pitcher Early Wynn, also were voted on the team. Fox was one of four holdovers from last season's all-star squad. The other repeaters were shortstop Ernie Banks of the Chicago Cubs and outfielders Hank Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves and Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants. No Dodgers Oddly enough, no member of the world champion Los Angeles Dodgers was chosen to either the first or second teams. The National League, however, dominated the first team with six players as compared to four American leaguers. The remainder of the team included first baseman Orlando Cepeda of San Francisco, third baseman Eddie Mathews of Milwaukee, outfielder Al Kaline of the Detroit Tigers and left - handed pitcher Johnny Antonelli of San Francisco. Aaron was the second highest vote-getter with 163 followed by Wynn with 125, Then came Mathews with 119, Mays 118, Lollar 112, Banks, 88, Antonelli 86 and Cepeda and Kaline 72 each. Banks Edged Aparlcio The balloting for shortstop produced the closest race. Banks drew three more votes than Luis Aparicio of the White Sox, who polled 85. The most one-sided voting was for second base. Johnny Temple of the Cincinnati Reds was named en four ballots and trailed Fox by 161. Those besides Aparicio and Temple selected to the second team were: First base — Frank Robinson, Reds (38); third base- Ken Boyer, Cardinals (24); outfield — Harvey Kuenn, Tigers (44), Rocky Colavito, Indians (40) and Vada Pinson, Reds (12) and Jim Landis, White Sox (12); catcher — Del Crandall, Braves '28>; left-handed pitcher — Warren Spahn, Braves (78) and right- handed pitcher — Sam Jones, Giants (28). Fort Dodge Frosh-Sophs In 20-6 Win FORT DODGE — The F o r t Dodge (Freshman - Sophomores) pushed across two touchdowns in the final quarter to take a 20-6 verdict over the Kuemper (Freshman-Sophomore) eleven here Monday night. The Knights fumbled ' on thn first kickoff with the Dodgers recovering on the 15. Gabriel scored for Fort Dodge on a plunge and also picked up the extra point. Kuemper marched 70 yards on the kickoff and hit paydirt on a 15-yard pitch from Bob Bernholtz to John Bruner. The point after touchdown failed and the Dodgers owned a 7-6 first quarter lead. The second and third quarters were scoreless but the 20-pound per man advantage enjoyed by tho Dodgers made itself felt in the final quarter. Schlerholtz smashed over from the two to push the Fort Dodge lead to 13-6. the Dodgers added an insurance TD in the last L.VO minutes of the game as they recovered a Kuemper bobble on the Knight 35. Tho extra point was good and the Dodgers took a hard-earned victory. Duane Kanne, John Bock and Tom Dolezal turned in fine defensive games against their heftk'r foe. Bernholtz, Denny Hagedorn, Gene Gute and Ron Cleveland looked best on offense. ILLINOIS FOSSILS COAL CITY, 111. (AP) - Some of the world's finest plant fossils are found in the abandoned coal i:trip # mining fields just 55 miles southwest of Chicago's Loop. Rock hunters collect potato-shaped rocks from the abandoned spil heaps, then crack them open with a few hammer blows. The concretions which contain fossils split easily, revealing the imprint of plants believed to have lived millions of years ago. HAS SURGERY Mrs. John Meister Sr., Carroll, underwent surgery at St. Anthony Hospital. She is in room 202, and is reported to be making satisfactory progress. Mrs. Henning Is Guest- Speaker (Times Herald Ne«» (Servke) AUBURN - The Lutheran Lades Aid entertained at Guest Day it the church basement Thursday ifternoon with {{nests present from ,nke City, Lidderdale, Glidden, 1'arroll and Arcadia. One hundred iftcen women attended. Group iinging of two hymns was followed jy Mrs. Francis Berry reading 'sahn 95. Mrs. Donald Ileim sang •My Task." Mrs. A. A. Henning, ;uc-.st speaker from Carroll, gave report of her recent trip to the j.W.M.L. Convention at Toronto, ;anada. Dessert and coffee were I'rved from a table decorated in n autumn theme. Mrs. C. E. irown and Mrs. W. A. Buttolph 10 u red. The G. N. Pinochle Club met in lie home of Mrs. Henry Schulte. 'inoc'hle was played at two tables. J ri/i'.s were awarded to Mrs. Ed tciinan. Mrs Henry Ortner and Mrs, Henry Schulte. Refreshments were served. , Big 10 Scoring Led By Norton and Horn CHICAGO (AP) — A couple of Iowa Dons—Norton and Horn —; have moved out in front in the i all-games Big Ten football scor-1 ing race. | Norton, Iowa's' fine pass catch- j ing end, is the current leader with j 26 points on four touchdowns and > two extra points. Horn, a fullback, i is second with 24 points on four touchdowns. Dale Hackbart of Wisconsin is third with 20 points followed by Northwestern's Ray Purdin with \ 19. : Jauch and Merz Out; Jeter Injured IOWA CITY (AP(-Injuries kept halfback Ray Jauch and end Curt j Merz out of Iowa's unusually i rugged workout Monday as the , Hawkeyes began preparations for I their game at Purdue Saturday. Jauch and Merz suffered leg injuries in Iowa's 25-16 loss to Wisconsin last Saturday. The workout was so rough that halfback Bob Jeter was shaken up by a teammate and apparently re- injured an ankle that has hobbled the speedster all season. Coach Forest Evashevski said the drills during the rest of the week would be closed to the press and public. AT BOARD, SEMINAR Dr. John E. Martin returned Monday evening from Des Moines where he attended a meeting of the State Board of Examiners, of which he is chairman Saturday. 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