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October 23, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 2

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Interstate Fray Saturday- Sioux F A prwcpnin to tho schedule 1 of the Kuompor Kiii::!'K is Sio;i\ Kalis 'C.-itliQ'Irnl 1 "iin nil! meet AWTi Ctedk Don't take chances on a cracked engine block. Drive In today. Marvin's Sinclair Service DIAL 9122 1 Blk. E. Burks Motor Inn the Kcd rind Gold Saturday night .-,( ft p ni mi the Carroll athletic fie!.}. '] lie Ii!<li have played seven | mines this year and have won letir Their losses have been to Si.nix Falls ' Wasbinton > 26-0 and two losses to Sioux City Schools, lleelnn 35-0, and East 33-7. Heelan took (ho Knights into camp Inst week 40 7. Cathedral was victorious over Webster, Flandreau. Yanktnn and Winner, all in South Dakota. Cathedral uses the T formation \vith variations. Their quarterback U Dave McCoy who will guide the attack. Both McCoy and their big fullback, Joe Sweere, can pass. Gary Allington, a two year veteran and Bill Cogley are the kingpins in a line averaging 189 pounds per mnn, Weight Deficit The Knights as usual will be 2 Times Herald. Carroll, la. Friday, October 23, 1959 on the short end on the scales. The visitors will outweigh the .Knights by an average of 22 ! pounds per man in (he line and have an overall edge of 17 pounds. Coach Frank Sovich has been forced to shift his personnel he- j cause of a lengthy disabled list. i Three of the Knights will be start- in)? their first game while two olh- ! ers will be appearing in different < positions. Denny Schechinger will pel the nod at center with the veteran center, Tom Schleisman. moving to blocking back. John Martin is slated to start at end if Vern Henkenius is not able to start. Fred Dolezal will start at the wingback slot. Dale Wenck will Now! 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Probable starting lineups: CATHEDRAL LE — John Cogley, 11, Ifl.i LT — Gary Allingfon, 12, 215 LG — Bill Cogley, 12, 165 . C — Phil Cunningham, 12, 210 KG — Jim Cuddy, 12, 180 KT — Terry Bolger, 11. 190 RE — Dave Billion, II, 170 OB — D;ive McCoy. 12, 140 ' " - "'" I'-r'nv. 11. 175 RH —Tom VanderWoode, 12, 155 -- • -. .-.>/, •!(.', 12, 220 Line Average 1!!f> Mack Average 171 Team Avei ' A 1 "° KUEMPER LE — Jim uu. ,/uigor. 11, 163 LT — Tom Dolezal, 10, 180 LG — Everett Buddin, 12, 175 (' — Dennv Schechinger, 11, 155 RG — Jack Schleisman, 11, 157 KT — Larry Brown, 12, 190 RE — John Martin, 11, 155 or Vern Henkenius, 11, 155 QB — Jerry Gehling, 11, 143 LH — Dale Wenck, 12, 179 RH — Fred Dolezal, 11, 152 FB — Tom.Sch!eisman, 12, 172 Line Average 1(57 Back Average 161 Team Average 165 Tigers Gear Strategy to Stop Rupert "Stop' Rupert" was the word in (he Carroll High football camp Friday as the Tigers prepared for the Homecoming battle with Ida Grove here at 8 p.m. "If we can contain Rupert we have a good chance to win," Coach Gene Macomber told the squad. "We know this boy is tough. He's a 175-pound senior who loves contact. Our scout says he sidelined Galen Plumb, 196 pounds, ' rnd Gary Jorgcnsen. 160 pounds, in the game with Harlan last week. He did it with vicious defensive tackling," Coach Macomber said. There seems little doubt that Curt Rupert is the key to the Ida Grove team. Although he plays the spin-back position in the single wing formation, he actually operates in the same manner as a T-formation quarterback when the Hawks are on offense. On defense he plays the right inside linebacker position. "Our big worry is that we can't concentrate entirely on Rupert because he frequently hands off to Dave Hink, his wingback and to Lloyd Miller, his tailback. We don't have to worry too much about Valgene Pluth carrying because he is primarily a blocking back," the coach said. Rupert's main forte is the threat of the forward pass to keep the defense from bunching. When the secondary and linebackers are deployed for pass defense, the rugged fullback bulls through the line on consistent gainers. The Tigers kept a wary eye on the weather with the hope that the wind subsides by game time. "A stiff wind would hamper our passing attack. If weather conditions are ideal, we can stand a 3ood chance of countering with our long gainers," the Carroll coach said. Jauch Injured; To /?e/y on Air Game LAFAYETTE, Tnd. (AP'-With the Big Ten's leading passer fresh from a record performance and a top halfback on the injured list,! Iowa is expected to take to flip j air early and often in its Big Ten game wilh Purdue here Saturday. The defending champion Ha\vk- f-yes, with a 1-2 record, virtually j have been eliminated from the conference race. J But Purdue, one of the pre-sea- Anthony at Cross Road In New York NEW Bigger F-600 takes up to 1,300 Ib. more payload! New stronger frame, longer-lasting brakes, and 16,000-lb. rear axlel FOR Now! 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For example, they tested and certified the gas savings of Ford's modern Six—the engine that averaged 25% more miles per gallon in Economy Showdown U.S.A. See the Certified Economy Book! Look over tha '60 Ford Trucks! Check their low prices, now! *A'a)/ic avaitahle nn request. Setiti iru/ttirv lo P.O. Hax 2KS7, t'ojd Division, font Motor Company, Ddtoil 31, Michigan. NEW Value Champ! It's the 1960 Ford Styleside Pickup with Ford's gas-saving Six FORD TRUCKS COST LESS LESS TO OWN. . . LESS TO RUN. . ,j BUILT TO LAST LONGER, TOO! BILL BURGESS MOTORS 3rd and Main Sts., Carroll — See "FORD STARTiME" in living color Tuesdays on NBC-TV Phone 3501 By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)—Life is just one crisis after another for Tony Anthony. There is no middle ground. Either he is the "new" Anthony, striding toward a title, or he is the "old" Anthony, backsliding into the ranks of forgotten fighters. Ultimatum Ernie Braca, who delivered a "fight or play" ultimatum to his | fighter after a particularly poor performance against Jesse Bow dry in May, hopes the "new" Tony will be on display tonight against Billy Hunter of Detroit. Anthony is the favorite. Although Hunter is unheralded, a TKO over Argentina's Alex Mitcff in his most recent victory, proved he might be too much for the "old" Anthony. Hunter, a De-, troit heavyweight stablemate ofi Sugar Ray Robinson, has a 13-6-2 record in 21 pro fights. Amateur Champ Anthony, national amateur champ in 1952 and an Olympic teammate of Floyd Patterson that same year, is coming up for his last shot at the big money. After the Bowdry defeat he went into drydock for three months. He came back to knock out Bob Toung and then staged one of his better performances in beating Alonzo Johnson, the Pittsburgh heavy who won a tight decision over Hunter earlier in the year. Two years ago Anthony fought his way to a title match with Archie Moore in the light heavy division. He was stopped in seven. Switching to the heavies after that disaster, he won seven in a row before he bowed to Reuben Vargas last January. His record is 40-7-1 with 29 knockouts. He has been stopped five times. son favorites, is still in the battle with a 1-1 record and needs a victory in the nationally-televised t.ame to keep in the running, Quarterback Olen Treadway's passes were the Hawkeyes' best weapon in their 25-16 loss to Wisconsin last week. Treadway completed 26 of 41 throws for 304 yards. Jnuch Crippled Iowa may have to rely on its serial game even more heavily against Purdue. Halfback Ray •lauch. one of the better runners in the conference, suffered leg and shoulder injuries in the loss lo Wisconsin and may not play. Jerry Mauren, who nabbed six passes after Jauch was hurt last week, will start if Jauch is not ready. Both teams are among the leaders in national statistics. Iowa is second in total offense with a 411.5 yard per game average. Purdue is 10th in defense, allowing an average of 181.8 yards per game. The Hawkeyes are tops in nearly every department in the Big Ten — except games won. Iowa leads in first downs, yards gained, rushing, passing, average yards per play, passes attempted, passes completed and number of plays. Individual leaders Include Treadway in total offense and passing, halfback Bob Jeter in rushing, end Don Norton in pass j receiving and scoring and Jauch in kickoff returns. Allen Paces Purdue Quarterback Bernie Allen is Purdue's only player among the Big Ten leaders. He is tied for I bird in passing with 14 completions in 32 attempts for 167 yards, and eighth in total offense with 18(5 yards. Iowa Coach Forest Evashevski said the Hawks may be bothered by a lack of depth. Besides Jauch, end Curt Merz, tackles John Sawin and Charlie Lee and center Bill Lapham were on the doubtful list. However, all but Merz worked out during practice this week. Purdue defeated Wisconsin 21-0 before ifa 15-0 loss to Ohio State last week. Iowa lost to Northwestern 14-10, defeated Michigan State 38-7 and then was beaten by Wisconsin. Kickoff is 1:30 p.m. (CST). The game will be televised by NBC. Foe On Saturday AMES (AP)—Iowa State, shooting for its best football season in 10 years, takes on Kansas State here Saturday in a Big Eight game. The Cyclones have won four and lost one this fall. Not sinco 1949 has an Iowa State team won five games in one season. Kansas State will outweigh (he Cyclones by 24 pounds per man. However, Colorado had a similar weight advantage over Iowa Stain last week but the Cyclones won 27-0. The game matches several of the Big Eight's offensive leaders Iowa State fullback Tom Watkins is the leading rusher with Cyclono tailback Dwight Nichols the rtin- nerup. John Solmos of Kansas State is second in conference passing and Nichols is third. Don Webb, Iowa State end, is first in pass receiving and Kansas State's Dale Evans is fifth. The Wildcats have beaten only South Dakota State in five starts (his year. They lost to Wichita 19-0, Oklahoma State 27-21. Colorado 20-17 and Kansas 33-14. The loss to Kansas was costly, lalfback Max Falk, Kansas State's leading rusher, was injured and probably will not play Saturday. Detroit Trucker to Back New Grid Team BUFFALO, N. Y. (AP) -Ralph C. Wilson, Detroit trucking and insurance executive, says he'll put up the $300,000 to $500,000 to field a professional football team here. Wilson, who says he has a franchise in the budding American Football League and wants to put it in Buffalo, is in town for informal talks with city officials. "All we have to do so .far as I'm concerned is work out a satisfactory stadium lease," Wilsoi said. "I'm prepared to put up the $300,000 to $500,000 I estimate i would take to open a franchise here." Rigney Stays as Pilot of Giants NEW KANSAS CITY LEASE KANSAS CITY (AP; — Tenta live agreement for a four-yeai lease on Municipal Stadium ha_ been reached by the Kansas City Athletics and the city council's baseball committee. NED L. ALDERA Carroll County Agent for Life Investors of Iowa We Offer offering by prospectus only LIFE INVESTORS OF IOWA Life Investors is an investment firm incorporated by 23 prominent lowans. A limited number of shares at the original offering price of $2.50 each is available. Send coupon below for prospectus. NED L. ALDERA 501 S. VINE Jefferson Iowa Dial 6-3837 Name .... Address By JACK STEVENSON Associated Press Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Manager Bill Rigney, whose San Francisco Giants collapsed in the final week of the National League pennant race, gets one more chance to bring home a pennant winner. Owner Horace Stoneham, in announcing Rigey's re-employment Thursday on a one-year contract believed to call for about $40,000, made it evident the graying, 41- year-old former infielder is on the .spot. Asked the significance of the one-year pact where Rigney twice previously has served under two- year contracts, Stoneham replied: "It could work to the advantage cr disadvantage of both sides. If we have a good season, Rigney will be in a position to ask for more. If we'd like to make a change after next year, it doesn't anchor the club with an additional year's contract. That's when the feame becomes very brutal." Rigney's Giants led the league by two games going into the final c-ight but lost seven of those to wind up in third place. Actually, Stoneham said, he discussed the one-year pact with Rigney on Sept. 20. At that time the club had started to skid, losing three straight to the Los Angeles club tnat went on to win the world championship. Asked what caused the collapse, Rigney said, "in that series here, we just didn't hit." He predicts the switch from :2,500-seat Seals Stadium with the prevailing jet stream to left field ill help the club. They'll play lext season in 45,000-seat Candlestick Park. Plays Football On Wooden Limb SIOUX CITY (AP) - David Mead, 16-year-old tackle on tho Sioux City Central sophomore fool- ball team, made the grade tho hard way. He has an artificial right leg, the result of a train accident 12 years ago. "We don't pull any l punches with Dave," says Coach Bud Speraw. "He runs well, despite tho handicap, and is mighty tough on defense. We wish we had more players with his desire." This is David's second year in football. Last fall he played in all six games at Woodrow Wilson Junior High, where he was a middle linebacker on defense and center on offense. The wooden leg is covered with foam rubber during games, in accordance with Iowa High School Athletic Assn. rules. A new leg costs $300, and David already has broken one this year. However, the Sertoma Club pays the expense of repairs and replacements. David has been wearing the artificial leg for 11 years. "It wasn't too hard to learn to use it," he says, "because the amputation took place well below the knee," At Woodrow Wilson last year, he placed second among 205 boys in a physical fitness test, tossed the shot in track and also ran tha half mile and mile before a blister developed on the stump of the leg. He never missed practice or dropped out of a race, however, which also might be his daily motto. ********< 111111 i 11 •>•>*< Your Representative in this area is JAMES MORK MANNING. IOWA Phone Ol. 35243 AS LOW AS $2.00 (Pr. Exchange With Old Washer) PER WEEK For These ALL NEW Hamilton Automatic Washers and Dryers HURRY! NO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED IF YOU HAVE A TRADE-IN BUY WHERE YOU CAN GET SERVICE SPORRER'S TV & APPLIANCES •'•<«'•%•%•»•*,* Silinfltr

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