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PLAYER CARRIED FROM FIELD Marquette High School fullback John Keshner is taken off the field on stretcher during Friday night's Marquette-Chaminade Marquette-Chaminade football game at Public School Stadium. Leaning over Keshner is Dr. Bernard A. Donnelly (dark suit) and James Grandone (white jacket), ambulance driver from Gent Chapel. At left, Bon Holtman, coach of Marquette team. Keshner, shown in the inset at left, died this afternoon. — Don Hayes Photo. Marquette Football Player Collapses in Game; Dies John Keshner, 17-year-old Maf- quette High School football player died at 2:15 p.m. today in St. Jo-, seph's Hospital following his col-j lapse In a football game Friday' night. Keshner, son of Mrs. Margaret Margaret Keshner, 820 Logan St., collapsed collapsed after coming out of the Chaminade-Marquette game in the third quarter and was taken to the hospital. The game was played at Alton Public School Stadium. His physician said today Keshner Keshner had not regained consciousness consciousness and was suffering from severe severe brain damage. The cause of the injury was still undetermined undetermined at noon. TODAY'S CHUCKLE A hypocrite is a man who hands his pay check to his wife with a smile on his face. (© 1962, General Features Corp.) Lineman John McConnell said Keshner returned to the huddle after a play and complained of feeling ill and dizzy. He was told by his teammates to go to the sidelines and rest. Keshner collapsed after reaching reaching the sidelines. Two doctors came out of the stands and administered first aid prior to the arrival of the ambulance. They were Dr. B. A. Donnelly and Dr. James D. McCloskey. , Keshner,.was tri-captain of. the team and a starting fullback in hjs third year of varsity play at Marquette. Mrs. Keshner arrived at the hospital this morning. She had been called from Washington, D.C., where she was visiting another another son, Larry, 24, who is in training in the Department of Justice. Larry graduated from St. Louis University Law School in June. Another son, Terry, 26, is employed employed at Alton Boxboard Co. and is a graduate of St. Benedict's Benedict's College, Atchison, Kan. Both played football at Marquette Marquette High School. His mother, a widow, is employed employed in the office of the clerk of Alton City court I ' • " '*S > ' Ranger 5 fey Moon, But Helpless PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — NEW today both boundary. News "ollowed announcement forces attacked he northern Himalayan morning machine gun same time, n Ladakh's he he Indians Indian Chinese orces" and attack was New Delhi offensive. Defense Memon leavy and newsmen "our meet the Red ndia of ends of the Ladakh the miles to asserted cover up for ion. The losses and up resolute on the (Red) Menon onslaught in 5 a.m. still Calling medidated

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 20 Oct 1962, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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