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PAGE 28 HIE INDIANAPOLIS STAR- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1964 CITY PIUMVAY t. Better Shortridge Defense Predicted i Purdue great Doxie Moore's ft son throws well and he is a be the guards and co-captain John Strack (171) is the Satan center. Strack's uncle Dave good leader. 1 Senior co-captain Gerry Strack took the Michigan bas ketball team to the NCAA Johnson and junior Rufus Pay-ton two 150-pound letter- finals last March. men are the probable start Holland and Whittington are never had any trouble moving the ball last year but on defense we couldn't stop Tom Thumb." front Shortridge will be two deep with several beefy two-year performers.

But, Shortridge hopes for its first season in five years will depend on the back-field which is so thin that 187-pound junior Sam Pride doubles as both the No. 2 quarterback and Rosenberger's fullback. ers at halfback. Payton played full-time defense his sophomore year and according to By DOB WILLIAMS Our defense will be better," coach Tom Rosenberger of Shortridge predicted this week Setting Ins Blue Devils ready tor tonight's high school foot-I), ill opener Richmond. "We Short rid "it' Data Nickname Blue Devils I nrollment 2,500 Letter inners 10 Coaches Head coach: Tom Rosenberger; Assistants: Carter li field, Bob Wood, Don Ben-bow, George Bohlin.

his coach has the potential to make Shortridge fans "forget Bingham." Pride and 142-pound junior Freeman McGuire will split the coach believes that the potential is there for a "real respectable" season. Richmond always represents a pretty big stumbling block in the opener. Hub Etchlson's North Central Conference champs were ranked second in Hoosier high school football polls last fall behind unbeaten Elkhart. Ace quarterback Bob Wei-senhahn is gone, taking some of the sting out of the passing game perhaps. But 1963's top ground gainer Larry Joe Williams returns along with a mammoth forward wall which will average in the vicinity of 220.

New on the Shortridge staff this year are ex-Howe coach Bob Wood and George Bohlin (Indiana Central). "7 ImDI L4: iz i the only non-letter winners and Whittington the only junior. Senior monogram winner Tom Kelley will be available for guard service. Shortridge also will have a couple of seasoned performers at end in the persons of 6-4 senior Earl Price who goes 226 pounds and 6-2 junior Bob Stewart (173). Two sophomores John Shortridge had a 2-7 record last year and the Blue Devils PEEDROMp TONIGHT tm have won only two city series games since 1D.39.

Offensively Shortridge will miss 191)3 all-city halfback Ty Bingham (now a freshman at Butler), triple threat quarter- Andrews at end and Phil Snorden at guard promise fullback role. From tackle to tackle, Rosenberger could start a defensive line averaging about 217. Rosenberger's tackles will be Steve Douglas (219) and Doug Whittington (200) with Paul McGehee (246) alternating on defense. Vince League (215) and Larry Holland (207) will to see a lot of action. "We're not going to be near as tough as some teams tn er who enrolled vho enrolled town," Rosenberger confesses frankly.

But the Shortridge vV -k f7 1 a I.U., i 1 1 8. ham (Miami S. Beac u.i:s AMI SHOTS of Ohio) and 5-Rickv Stafford Shortridge COACH: TOM ROSENBERGER Kl) Record: 2 7 Ton ght-ot Richmond Sect. It-Northwest ot Washington Soot. IB-Sacred Heart (2:30 Smt.

2S-Ben Davis (2:30 Oct. 3-at dloomington Oct. 9-Scecina ot CYO Oct. 16Cathfdral (3 p.m.) Oct. 23-Wood ot Monuol Oct.

30-ot Brood Rippie Nov. 6-ot Tech (2 1 (St. Joe). ,7 TRAVEL TO RICHMOND Shortridge opens the football season tonight on the road against Richmond, 1963 North Central Conference champs rated second in the state. Doug Whittington (200) and Steve Douglas (219) are two starters in beefy Shortridge line averaging about 217 on defense.

Richmond goes 220 from tackle to tackle. (Star Photo) Game Season Public Hearings Set Tuesday You simply can't lose foot- ball plavers like these 'without Rsberger suffering the effects. David Moore (174-pound senior letter winner) does a fine job at quarterback. Lx- Tcani Hoslrr LADIES' NIGHT BIG EVNTS JALOPY RACES Ladies Admitted Frs.EE With Ticket Purchaser SATURDAY JALOPY RACE BIG 25 LAP FEATURE SUNDAY JALOPY RACES Jtoo By 'BAYOU BILL' SCIFRES Public hearings for proposed discretionary orders which would keep the season closed on prairie chickens and provide much the same seasons on upland game and fur-bearing animals will be staged Tuesday in the State Office Building. Two Evenls Open Cily SwininiiiioMcetToniiilii U.S.

421 and the portions of Tipton and Madison counties north of Ind. 28, east of Ind. 213 and west of Ind. 13 will be closed to hunting because Korean pheasants have been released for experimental purposes in these areas. Season on quail and Hungarian partridge will extend through Dec.

20 and the rabbit season through Jan. 10. FOR A THRILL-FILLED HOLIDAY WEEKEND GO TO ESWEE DOWNS FREE! FREE! FREE! WIN A 1965 FORD 8 -CYLINDER MUSTANG! Competition in the 25-meter free style at Brookside patk and the one-meter diving at North Eastway opens the In Season for taking animals would start at dianapolis city swimming Olympia 29, City Parks 20, North Eastwood 20, Meridian Hills 17. Fall Creek 12. South Side 9, Bel-Air 8, Indianapolis C.C.

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40 and at noon (CST), Nov. 15 south of U.S. 40. The season would close at noon (CST) Jan. 15 in both zones.

Purpose of the extra days The hottest car on the read today! First of the hearings will be on the prairie chicken at 9:30 a.m. The hearing on upland game and fur-bearing animals will follow at 10:30 a.m., both to be held in Room 602. According to the proposal quail, rabbit, pheasant and Hungarian partridge seasons would open at noon (CST), Nov. 10. THE SEASOM on pheasant would extend through Dec.

12 but all of Shelby, Johnson, Vigo and Knox counties and that portion of Clinton County south of Ind. 28 and east of for taking fur-bearers in the Go-Kart Races' "SUNDAY 12:30 P.M.. ALL CLASSES north is to give northern hunters and trappers two weeks of extra hunting because QPEEDR0M U.S. 52 at Kitley Try delicious new three-day swim which calls for 52 events. Trials are scheduled all day tomorrow beginning at 9:30 a.m.

and the finals follow Sunday starting at 1:30 p.m. at North Eastway. RIVIERA Club was the overall team champ last year with 35212 points followed by Indianapolis AC with 250 and Westwood with 204 V2 Riviera led girls' team scoring with 253' 2 points against Jordan Y's 89. Indianapolis AC shaded Westwood in the boys' team scoring, 150-137. Because of the large field 778 individuals and entries totaling 1,593 two separate sets of stop watches will be used to speed up the program.

Tonight's one-meter diving at North Eastway will get under way at 5 p.m. Seven men and 12 women are entered in the platform diving event which will be weather cuts running opportunities in the north and this area has a greater population of raccoon. THE DIVISION of Fish and Game took another step toward re-establishment of the ruffed grouse in Indiana this week when it released 27 birds in LaGrange County. The 27 birds a different sub-species from those found in southern Indiana were trapped in Michigan by Max 1 The Cincinnati Turf CLb is -irg aaTWQ MUSTANGS (loaded ith accessoes). A MUSTANG HARDTOP to "er of Saturday Contest A MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE to dinner of Labor Day Contest Just guess the total mutuel pool, include the Daily Doubii, wagered en the first 6 races, 01 Saturday, Sept.

5th. 1. The estimate coming closest to the actual figures will be declared winner. 2. Entry blanks are available outside Grandstand and Clubhouse entrances.

3. All rules of this contest are clearly posted at each entrance to the track. SAME CONTEST WILL BE REPEATED ON LABOR DAY. It's easy to enter Nothirg to buy! Be a lucky winner! Enjoy a truly exciting day at River Dons Race Course! Ta Title Rout Tops Mat Card A return tag team match with special rules, again for the world's championship, and the first local appearance of George Ringo, the wrestling Beatle, will highlight tonight's outdoor wrestling card at the South Side Armory. Angelo Poffo and Nicoii Volkoff, current tag will meet Wilbur Snyder and Dick the Bruiser in a ring enclosed by heavy steel wire fence.

There will be no disqualification and no time limit. Last week Puffo and Volkof triumphed in a wild finish that saw the participants out of the ring and Leo (The Lion) Newman, manager of the champs, suffering a leg injury. Ringo comes into the ring all taste no aftertaste a i mi i' decided Sundav. AdWMl )nmx I DIET DIET Sl DIET 1 4PEPS'l nw i isii COTEST 25th-Weck Cat Lead Taken Dy Local Angler G. M.

Maxwell, 9871 West-field Boulevard, yesterday took the lead for 25th-week honors in the Bullhead Catfish Division of The Indianapolis Star's Big Fish Contest with a 2 pounder. Maxwell took his 14-incher from Geist Reservoir on spinning tackle with grub. He entered his catch at Tomey's Bait Tackle Shop at Geist. Other 25th-week leaders: CARP-Emery Kinney, Culver, 28 pounds. BLUE CATFISH-Don Vohle, 949 North Oxford Street, 8 pounds.

Rock Bass-Mike Middieton, Monticello, II ounces. LARGEMOUTH BASS Paul E. Bei-singer. Greenwood, 5 pounds, 8 ounces. SMALLMOUTH BASS Carl H.

Long, Admission Gundstind Jl 00 POST TIME DAILY 2:15 PM SATS. 1 HOLIDAYS 2:00 PM Hamilton, a research biologist, and Ted Terrel, an aide. The trapping project was completed through the courtesy of the Michigan Conservation Department. Ruffed grouse are protected by law in Indiana so a portion of the Pigeon River State Fish and Game Area, where these birds were released, will be posted as a refuge this fall. Other efforts this summer to Riviera Club leads all teams in number of individual entries with 122.

Other entries by teams follow: MIRAMAR 89, Lake Shore mTNTTTTThTrnrnTnf complete with guitar and the 84, Jordan 64, Krannert 59, Indianapolis AC 57, Dol long hair "Beatle trademark." His opponent will be Tiger Longorio. iiinii I DIET w.i.;?r4Y.H;r7fTKTTTn phin Club 54, Westwood 37, BMi III II spread the Southern Indiana grouse population includes the trapping of 28 grouse in Brown County and their release in the Harrison State Forest. GULAR ENJOY PEPSI EITHER WAY! DIET OR Bottled by Pepsi-Colo Bottling Co. of Indianapolis, Indiana GET THAT EXTRA GOOD DEAL NOW during our 42nd Anniversary Sale ON NEW "64 CHEVROLETS NOW! NOW! NOW! Jarrett Enters Fair Century Ned Jarrett of Camden, S.C., top winner of the NASCAR stock car cirucit this season, is the first of the Southern racing organization to enter the State Fair Century. Jarrett's entry to drive a 1964 Fastback Ford owned by Bondy Long of Camden, S.C.

in the new model stock car event at the State Fairgrounds next Wednesday night was announced yesterday by Joseph L. Quinn State Fair director of racing. Jarrett has posted 11 triumphs in feature races on NASCAR's Grand National circuit, the big time of Southern stock car racing, which' is high for the organization. vi uwiui pounas, i ounce. CRAPPIE Glendora Kennedy, Anderson, and Ella Mae Hensley, 8004 Eost 50th Street, Indianapolis, tied with one-pounders.

CHANNEL CATFISH (Rod and Reel Section) Charles Trunk, Litchfield, 8 pounds. 8 ounces, ad (Setline Section) John Meier Hartsville, 8 pounds. Aurora Regional Foe Of Koehler's Koehler's Wholesale, winner of the Indianapolis Metro Softball Tournament, will meet Aurora (111.) Sealmaster tonight at 8 o'clock at Aurora in its first Midwest Regional test in the World Softball Tournament. Koehler's went undefeated in six games in the metro tournament, defeating Seven-Up, 9-1, last Sunday at Municipal Stadium for the title. Aurora Sealmaster won the regional last year and the world softball tournament in 1961.

The tournament is a double elimination affair with the victor moving to the world championship at Sunnyvale, Sept. 18. 4 Dr. 6-Cyl. 4-Dr.

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Larry Hammell and Thur-man Walker were given their outright releases. Walker immediately was signed by the Juliet Explorers. The Warriors play the Explorers at Joliet to- TERMS TO PAY OWN DEAL vnn AKF vniiD mttml 111 N. PENNSYLVANIA ME 5-6401 0 IWW IMIlk IVUn VTII1 VLHk No Reasonable Offer Refused 9 ONLY $2.1 2 Per Weekt EXTRA GOOD SELECTION Factory Fresh Cars 14 Executive Cars and Demonstrators SUPERIOR CHEVROLET, Inc. I 552 E.


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