The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 18, 1964 · Page 91
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TV, arcats In iliEin .rhe"rrhni i 7- ri M in M H rat! , V4 VT JLJL y 5 Lost Fumbles Kill UC Chances it Oi tti wMm.Mj)iiT. un i uiii . DiMuiui i ,1 111 iiiuiamiJjilwiiilw-'iwiMiiiii..l St i aavai. m imnli. ini.niin.i. iiM.ii.'Jnmum,, s fttvwmlmk 1 t f x . I ' . ' . , r : ,i r--. ' I i .' X.J V ix ' . - 4 - ' ! i ;t- i 1 . jmhs"" ' yy I A I I ' . ',!!! I h -- - - Jt ' f - y'Jr -f 7 1 MAJOR COLLEGES LOCAL Xavlcr 23, Ohio U. 19. Boston College 10, Cincinnati 0. Miami 28, Northwestern 27. EAST Princeton 9, Colgate 0. lale 9, Columbia 9 (tie). Harvard 16, Cornell 0. Dartmouth 24, Brown 14. Rutgers 10, Pennsylvania 7. Syracuse 21, Penn State 14. Holy Cross 16, Quantico 0. Villanova 31, Delaware 0. Virginia 35, Army 14. Buffalo 14, Va. Military 10. MIDWEST Notre Dame 24, UCLA 0. Indiana 27, Mich. State 20. Ohio State 17, S. Calif. 0. Dayton 21, Abilene Christian 14. W. Michigan 12, Kent St. 9. Illinois 14, Minnesota 0. Purdue 21, Michigan 20. Nebraska 47, Kans. State 0. Wichita 8, Detroit 7. Wisconsin 31, Iowa 21. Colorado 14, Iowa State 7. N. Dakota 20, N. Dak. St. 13. Bowling Green 31, Toledo 14. Marshall 27, Kentucky State l 6. Mississippi 14, Tulane 9. SOUTH Louisiana State 27, Kentucky 7. Tulsa 58, Louisville 0. Miami (Fla.) 20, Pittsburgh 20 (tie). Maryland 10, N. Carolina 9. W. Virginia 23, Va. Tech 10. William tt Mary 10, Citadel 0. Duke 35, N. Carolina St. 3. Vanderbilt 14, George Wash- 1 ington 0. Clemson 21, Wake Forest 2. Florida 37, South Carolina 0. Florida State 17, Georgia 14. Alabama 19, Tennessee 8. Georgia Tech 7, Auburn 3. Richmond 20, Davidson 7. Furman 28, Presbyterian 6. Mississippi St., 48, Southern Mississippi 7. SOUTHWEST Texas Christian 14, Texas A&M 9. Kansas 15, Oklahoma 14. Wyoming 20, Texas West.. 6. Rice 7, Southern Meth. 6. New Mexico 13, North Texas State 7. Arkansas 14,' Texas 13. Baylor 28, Texas Tech 10. FAR WEST Washington 6, Stanford 0. Oregon State 10, Idaho 7. Missouri 17, Air Force 7. California 27, Navy 13. Brigham Young 21, Unlver. of Pacific 0. Utah 13, Colorado State 3. Oregon 21, Arizona 0. ' (Afore Scores on Page 4-H) Mt. Union Upsets Denison, 21-7 I GRANVILLE, Ohio UP) Halfback Ed Carcelll led Mount Union's potent ground attack Saturday and the Purple Raiders scored a 21-7 upset victory that spoiled Denison's 48th homecoming game. It was Mount Union's first win of the season and Denison's first loss. The Raiders are now 1-3 In the Ohio Conference, the Big Red 1-1. UC's Prisby (No. 40) Takes Pitchout From Quarterback Oweus In Second Quarter . . . Bearcat runner Just made It back to line of scrimmage where he was stopped by Moran (No. 44) of Boston College Muskie Defense Saves Upset Xavier Stuns Ohio U, 23-19 BY BILL FORD 8 "3 that sustained by specta- the opening klckoff in play Of The Enquirer Staff n Vft rr-r cular halfback Walt Malner on his 28, Wyzkoski stabbed . . . iSut All tr on 4he Muskles uncovered a Theslng with a payoff pitch ATHENS, Ohio Spirited Xavier stormed 72 yards to xmn om couple of unheralded backs on a fourth-and-five situ- A shirt-sleeved crowd of 11,000 saw the crippled r,nt Dowm n o to trigger a ground attack, ation. hawking defense complete the Job and stunned favored Yr.Vd".' ::::::::: "i Terry Brown, only recent- Thpt!fn(y tnn1r th. ,hnr(. Ohio University, 23-19, Saturday. ' ly recovered from a leg in- Tnesmg iook ine snori A shlrt-sleved crowd of 11,000 saw the crippled rr fSSSSli I o jury that had sidelined him pass Just over the line of . Musketeers score In every " '""" " ! for three weeks, carried 14 scrimmage and nary a quarter-the clincher a 38- , , , hA , th Kit a..,.": ::":::::: J 41.3 times and picked up 62 band of the surprised Bob-yard field goal by kicking ul tucndowns in the i 4 yards And sopnomore Jim cats touched him as he specialist Ray Dankel - to ?.los mmfnsf l hhe " J j Davis, taking over for crossed the goal on a 22- Pull off the upset fmal perlod And the Bob Y"- p,n,li"' " 41 Malner, galloped for 58 yard play. Dankel convert- v v cats dropped pn a recovery v. ; -r v - , ,i yards in 16 mpSi Davis ed for a 7-0 Xavier lead. But the Muskies, seem- 0f a fumbled on-sides kick scored once Undaunted Ohio matched ingly comfortably ahead, at midfleld on the last play penalized nine times for Senior Joe Wyzkoski, not the score with a 68-yard 23-7, as the game wheeled of the game. But time ran 156 yards and those infrac- considered a dangerous drive after taking the into its final four minutes, out before the forces of tions had much to do with passing threat (he had Xavier klckoff to its 32. were pushed down to the coach Bill Hess could line keeping the Cincinnatians thrown for a paltry 30 yards Six plays later, Wash Lyons, final gun as the Bobcats up. in heated trouble during in four previous games), a workhorse fullback, ran mounted a furious aerial An overiy enthusiastic the fourth quarter. was a surprise starter and 16 yards up the middle and attack in a gallant, if xavier defense, magnifi- Bainter, with only two expertly generated the at- when Gary Simmons kicked futile, rally. cent opportunists through- completions in his first 12 tack. He hit five of nine the point it was a tie game. Ohio, trailing since the out, contributed largely to attempts, passed for touch- pitches for 55 yards, includ- niiartp, second quarter when half- Ohio's late surge. Twice downs on tosses of six and mg one touchdown. ' JJ C0dnoufnn"' back Mike De Fazio swept Xayier's secondary was 17 yards to push the Bob- m fact, It was a Wyz- HI territor? Xavier cJlled downfield to recover a called for pass Interference cats oh-so-close. kn.kl ' n own ierroj. wavier cauea aowmieia wj recover a thp Bobcats searlnz 1 pass 10 nalfDack on punter George Wilson to fumbled kick in the end Juring the Bobcats searing Jn metched shape physl- Rogert Theslng that punc- help them out Wilson put zone rode the brilliant to a tnird toucn caiiy due to a rash of ser- tured Ohio right off the his foot Into a booming pitching of . quarterback uuwu- ious Injuries the last couple bat. Apparently stalled on punt of 69 yards which Larry Bainter to a pair of in all, the Muskies were of weeks particularly the Ohio 22 after putting Ohio's Jerry France tried ,., to field at his own five. ' But the ball hit his shoul- II I TTV "Tfc 1 f J f M der, bounced into the end Hawks Drop Koyals, 94-91, JL J ' ' on it for a touchdown. Dankel again kicked. A TWTTfc k C T7 1 APP This 14-7 lead was to be As NBA Season Kicks Off SsTS-S defense which geared It. By jim schottelkotte mmmmmmmmmmmmm four minutes Into the half Guard Bill B rummer Of The Enquirer Staff Itnvnla trying to contain the well- pounced on a Bobcat fum- 7; y als d dnt feetmI reallze,y tiNTi fgm f6A ftm fT mm ff tp then was 60-40 after the plays the Muskies were were in a basketball game until early In the second half khoni i i i i j i t Hawk had held their Mp- acro th trnai Saturday night. By then, they were a far 23 points back, ftSL " S '? S 7. JS ? n. g?st lead at 51 34 8 Dai s5aZed the final 'tmnt SST.-iiS SiS J , Then the Big O went to thrwyaSSteT two WyS them from dropping- their 1964-65 National Basketball j.k.rt, n s , , i w work. to a sensational koskl passes gained 25 Association opener ,94-91 to the St. Louis Hawks. 13 2 a 2 s 10 stretch of offensive play, yards. Dankel missed this Loulf crowd -10S 121 of T'' m w is 33 'to js T 2scar Personally led the conversion attempt, but at louis crowa lu.izi or ,Mllin fi lra rib,und Royals back into conten- the time it mattered little. them--could hardly believe -HJS wlS 23 st. ioui$ pom foa ftm fta hd$ pr tp tlon, scoring 13 of Clncln- Then in the fourth quar- thelr eyes at what they saw H Mt . $ J natl's points himself in a ter, DeFazio picked off a in the first half-- Clncln- The Royals, who have ftS J J 5 0 S 1 stretch of six minutes. long Ohio pass and re- natl club generally ac- a Sunday night meeting In o.mi 4iij49 ...... . , ,,Lh v.oh ?nowl7dRfSftebS .Cincinnati with the San .Rfi? ! g J 5,3 !?? C&cMneat thof' a 40 BOb" shooters in the league go- Francisco Warrior, wound J J J gjp Jggjjjg The drive stalled on the tVfhtrX0? ZTJtoitTSftSZ '' .".rTllffStS 21 and on fourth down, from the field while scor- nigh t with 33 of 96 from fo m DankcL from tne centw of lng but 33 points, and Os- the field, a rather poor " J " points 72-665. the field, kicked a 38-yard car Robertson with a mere 34 St. Louis hit 38 of 97 " - - The Royals' momentum eld goal. That tnree-pJlnt, six of those points. for 39. . l,Ui, 23 b-m r0nrimi and Zlv Bam- seemed lclnff on the tha wanrire Tviorcrir, m . , . official Earl strom t John Vink. comuiuea, ana oniy earn- . When the Hawks margin Not In some years had Att.nd.nC., io,uo. hill's long bombs from the cake at tne tmlC reached 54-34 early Into the the Royals suffered through COrner kept them at bay. . As m a " e " developed, second half, Jerry Lucas so miserable a first half. w)m tnilr mnilto rpmain- however, the field goal was with four fouls and Tom They were exactly one for though pagan and John ,7lznii. the decisive factor, since Hawkins with five, it 16 from the field through Barnhlll, were piercing l UCh thTffam'' Oni0-aIter cacn 01 its sub-looked all over then, the first six minutes, and through consistently for "lv ft S sequent two touchdowns, But Oscar suddenly came on,y 0scar,s baUnawkll,K scores. ' - mJk a?d Rotet rtS had to try for a two-point alive to lSa his team baSf and Hawks' own Inept- Then came total collapse KiSr8011 at the conversion to keep alive its Thm in th! final s Cincinnati from for Cincinnati. With the ee-throw line. flickering chances. Neither mmrter th RovnU m hut total disgrace. score 35-32 and but 3:08 re- But Oscar missed the was successful four Mints baik the last fMnaiiv Fmbrv's " wetaht malnlnS m tne nal, st- free throw that could have Banter hit end Jim Dorna thwtttafoivDDieft rtSttSSSi PPed off 12 straight cut the deficit to three, with a six-yarder for a irtmVil!!x SKSmtSt Points to the Royals' none Then with the score 93-88, touchdown with 3:48 left, thatSn K iift,t?,KJSff and aU the Royals got in Twyman missed a fast- then with eight seconds re- thatnump. the remaining time was an break layup, Lucas missed maining he nailed Mac In the end, it was a Hawk 12-5 deficit ana take a EmDry free throw as the a foiiow-up and Twyman Wagner with a 17-yarder sub, John Barnhlll, with lead on 1 a lJW. half ended, 49-33. fouied Zelmo Beaty trying to the end zone, long booming corner Jump n The f in t q uart er end ea, Even Oscar, pressured all for another rebound foi- The result left both shots, and Cincinnati's own 20-20, but in tne waning over on defense, was prone low teams 2-2-1 on the season. mistakes that deprived the seconds Lucas was called to mistakes, but It was the ' xavier 7 7 6 s-23 Royals of a grand come- for a third foul and to the Royals' shooting and poor Beaty made It 94-88 with ohio university ... 7 0 0 u-i back. - bench he went, Joining offensive rebounding that 2:43 remaining, and while xivitr-ThMiiw, a, mm from wyzto- Oscar tackled 21 second- Twyman, who also had hurt them. , the Royals shut out the ohio,nu.-i5iS5. u. run (Simmom kick), half points on to his first three. . Four seconds Into the Hawks the rest of the way. ,;nTi roU"Wov,,,d fuml)'' half total to lead his team With a patched-up line- second half, Lucas again they could only bring them- xair - divii. a. run (Bkti kick with 27. Wayne Embry fol- up, the Royals managed to went to the bench with his selves within three at the x,dviitr-Fieid toil. Danwi 3s r. , lowed with 18 and a big 28 stay reasonably close for fourth foul, and his re- buzzer, Barnhlll grabbing a (Bt;i;p l??0Sri"eftj" p"s " rebounds while Lucas had the first nine minutes of placement, Hawkins, simi- rebound In the final 10 sec- owo u.-wMn.r. 17, pass from Bain- 14 and Jack Twyman 10. the second period, even larly plagued, fouled out onds that sealed their fate. ''aSI" 1 (eitimitad). Win $ . . -AP Wirephote BY BILL ANZER of The Equirer Staff BOSTON Boston College's band of opportunists, taking full advantage of misery-plagued Cincinnati, bopped the previously undefeated Bearcats, 10-0, In a steady downpour Saturday at Alumni Stadium. Cincinnati had Its , ,,,,,, vrr. chances to knock off the chesty Eastern power, but each time the 'Cats threatened to score misfortune struck a disheartening blow. Biggest UC nemeses on the bleak and dreary afternoon were fumbles and the scoreboard clock at the end of the stadium. Frustration after frustration killed the Bearcats' ambitions, beginning with the opening kickoff when they mounted a drive to Boston's 10. But there, UC fumbled away the chance, which was one of several. In the second period, UC whirled to the Boston six, but time ran out on them after the third down, denying the 'Cats another try. A gritty defense in crucial points by the Cincinnati forward wall played an important factor in Cin-cy holding Boston. UC lost five fumbles in the quagmire, Boston two. And Boston took advantage of two Bearcat bobbles and turned them into winning endeavors. Boston's Gordon Kutz booted a 30 yard field goal in the first period to Ignite the Eagles' scoring. In the second period, after picking up a Cincinnati bobble, Boston halfback Bob Shann went in from the one to hike the Eagles to their final advantage. Boston led in the ground statistics, piling up 162 yards to the Cats 92. Cincinnati picked up an additional 72 in the air. UC held the aerial-minded Eagles to zero In the airlanes but they enly tossed once in the rain-marred match. Both operations were hurt considerably by the steady downpour, which hampered ball handling, turning the scrap Into a fumble-marred production. Cincinnati coughed up three fumbles in crucial moments which sidetracked potential TD marches. Boston, on the other hand, turned Cincinnati's ill-fated mlscues Into scoreboard promotions. The 'Cats appeared TD bound with the oening kick-off, moving from their 41 to Boston College's 10 yard line. But, there misfortune struck. Owens fumbled and BC's Dick Cremin promptly and alertly bounced on the ball, giving BC possession on its 10. The Eagles drove to the Bearcats' 13 yard line. Unable to penetrate further, Boston sent In its field goal kicking crew. Booting from his 20, the Eagles' Gordon Kutz, kicking from an angle, split the uprights to hike Boston in front, 3-0, with 9:30 gone In the first period. Cincinnati ignited another drive, but this too was Spartan Stopped Short Indiana's Ken Hollister (No. 70) applies headlock to stop Michigan State's Eddie Cotton (No. 44) one yard short of the goal In first half. Indiana won the game, 27-20.AP Wlrephoto Page 1-H Sunday, October 18, 1964 stopped when Owens fumbled on the UC 40, and BC's Dick Powers recovered. Early in the second period, Cincinnati was plagued with misfortune again when Errol Prisby fumbled on the UC 15 yard line. The ball was recovered by BC's end Bill Cronln to set up the Eagles TD. After hammering to UC's one yard line, halfback Bob Shann smashed over for the score to propel Boston College In front, 10-0, following Kutz's extra point boot. Cincinnati had another excellent chance to get back into the game midway in the second period, with UC's Dolph Banks grabbing a BC punt on the 10 and returning It to the Boston 32. After marching to the BC 18, Nelson fumbled to again kill UC's ambitions. The Cats experienced additional misery In the final five minutes of the half when two more scoring attempts fell short. UC Error-atic I0ST0N COl. CINTI. Total First Dawni Nl Yards Gained luihlni 162 Numbtr Passes Attempted . 1 Number Passes Completes! 0 Number Passes Had Interceded 0 Net Yards Gained Passim.. 0 13 S 2 72 2 20 2 20 S Number Times Punted Puntini Averata Yards Number Times Penalises! . Total Yards Penaliied . . Number Own Fumbles lost a 34 4 50 2 UM0& After driving to BC's 19, UC attempted a field goal by Tom Sobolewski, but the boot was low and wide. With 50 seconds left In the half, Cincinnati's Den-nie Woodruff picked up a BC fumble on the Eagles' 20. After moving to the two-yard line, Cincy had three cracks to score, but failed on bids by Owens, Ted Ca-polla and Owens. Owens, on third down, was tossed back to the BC six, but the Cats were unable to get the fourth down off because the clock ran out on them as the half ended. With the field becoming extremely soggy from the steady rain, neither team then was able to negotiate anything resembling a TD drive. It was primarily a punting match in the third period. In the final quarter, both teams had TD drives moving, but were unable to go all the way in the quagmire. BOSTON 3 7 0 O-IO Boston-Field Goal, 30. Kutt. Boston-Shann, I, plunoa (Kurt. kick). f I V-i- -' rr al - ' 4. v - - V j

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