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Dutchmen Bring Weil-Balanced Squad Varsity Seeks Years 2d Win Today In Dads' Day Game Against Union By PHIL KEUPER could put them on the victory! regular fullback last fall until with the possible exception of A favored. University of Roch-i trail for the rest of. the cam-he came up with a wrist Injury ;Dave Benedict at tackle. Bene-ester football team goes after its paign. (in the Hobart game. Remainder diet was rushed home last Satur- second win in three starts today A well-balanced Union squad of the Garnet backfield shows day before the Williams game against the Dutchmen of Union seeks its first triumph of the Dick Lbunsbery, the only sopho-Jwith an arm infection, but is College before what is expected 'season on the Fauver Stadium1 more to crack the starting line-being counted on to start this aft-to be the biggest Dads' Dav turf. The Dutchmen oDened theirlun. at fullharlc- Genres Woodar-Vrnnon. ....j ! .!.-..!... . . . . r, . ' .z : -------- "owuinjjniversiiy nistory at;season in good style at Sctienec-.zack at right half, and Don Reed Probable Lineups ROCHESTER UNION tE Schudell Gregory LT Benedict McMahon LG Barron ,. Rudolph C McPherson Mattle RG T. Keller Cuerra FT Muzdakis Huminglon RE Stampfli Havill OF1 Burkley Reed LHB Devereau. ., Medei RHB Gibbona Woodarm-k FB Moses Lounsbery TIME: 2 p. m. PLACE: Fauver Stadium. The rest of (he lineiin has tady, holding a highly rated Uni- one of the best quarterbacks ever George Stampfli, the 6 foot-4 versity of Vermont eleven to a to don a Union uniform, calling 'giant who caught all but a couple 14-14 tie, but underwent a 50-14! the signals. Reed sparked the1 of the passes thrown in the Wil-mauling at the hands of Amherst! Union attack last year againstlliams encounter, and Fred Schu-last week. Coach Sam Hammer-Varsity with the .option play, al- j dell, at ends. Dick Muzdakis, who strom lost three regulars through ; though the Rivermen won, 21 'played one of the best two-way injuries in the second half of that "to 7. (games of his career in Williams- Fauver Stadium. Game time is 2 P-n. The Rivermen, who dropped their opening game to Ohio Wes- leyan two weeks ago, came roar-j last year's regulars back for duty contest, but will have all his starters ready to go today. ' Despite the graduation of the star halfback, Lennie Klingberg, Union is rated a shade stronger this year than the '53 club that wound up with a two-won, five-lost mark, including a 21-7 setback at the hands of the Varsity. Hammerstrom has more line strength this year and a better balanced backfield, with nine of ing pack at Williams for a vie-' Taking over for Klingberg at tory last Saturday to even the j left halfback is Mike Medei, a mark. A win today over Union 1 161-pound letterman who was a In the line, the only position not in the hands of a returning regular is at left guard, where Bill Rudolph, a second stringer last season and who weighs in at 165 pounds, holds forth. Otherwise Hammerstrom has 'all veterans Dave Gregory and Dick Havill at ends, Bing Huntington and Jack MacMahon at the tackles, Joe Guerra at right guard, with a Rochester entry, Ted Mattle, over the ball, town, at tackle; Bill Keller and defensive standout Gary Barron at guards, with co-captain Bruce McPherson at center. Jimmy Burkley will lead the team again at quarterback, with Tommy Gibbons and Dick Devereaux, the UR offensive leaders so far, at the halves, and co-captain Bruce Moses at full. The Rivermen will have a 10-pound average weight advantage in the line. Fathers of football players will be seated on Yellowjacket mentor Elmer, the players' bench and out-of Burnham will start the same town students will be guests at lineup that went against Williams I the game. Davis' Manager Shrugs Odds in Fight Tonight with Andrade at Sports Arena ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE Saturday, October 9, 1954 17 if ... " mm DICK MUZDAKIS , starred against Williams 'No Serious Consideration' "Odds? I never yet saw a fight won by the odds." That's the way George Parnassus, manager of rugged Henry Davis of Honolulu, shrugs off the 17-10 odds favoring lightweight contender Cisco Andrade in tonight's nationally televised headliner at the Sports Arena. Andrade, the Compton, Calif.,! flash who according to qualified observers is destined to win the lightweight crown, is undefeated in 26 pro fights. In recent months he has become the darling of the Ray Arcel-promoted "Saturday Night Fights" show which is telecast into 65 cities across the na tion. Parnassus pointed out that Davis has an edge in experience. "My boy has fought more and Ji, 4v. If: .i l NEXT TIME FOR KEEPS Henry Davis, left, and Cisco Andrade square off at preliminary weigh-in ceremony yesterday. Tonight the highly regarded lightweights clash in 10-round pro feature at Sports Arena. better fighters than Andrade," said Parnassus. "There s no substitute for experience. As for odds, tell me what happened to the odds favoring the Cleveland Indians. This to me is a real tough fight." For local promoter Pedro Martinez, this is an attempt to re vive Rochester as a boxing center by bringing in headline bouts. This is possible here only because the television sponsors money makes up the heavy end of the fighters' revenue. If tonight's show clicks, Rochester may be on its way to becoming a boxing metropolis. The aggressive Davis has mixed with heavy hitters like Frankie Fernandez, Art Aragon, Paddy DeMarco (the current , champ), Johnny Gonsalves, Bobby Woods, Arthur Persley, Eddie Chavez, Georgie Araujo, Freddie (Babe) Herman and others. Herman offers a comparison. Davis fought and defeated Her man on June 12 in Las Vegas. Andrade fought him twice, a year ago, when he defeated him, and last Oct. 7, when Herman battled him to a draw in Sacramento: , Davis won 64 of his 82 fights, and drew in five. Andrade's only blot is the draw with Herman. The Cisco Kid, one of the fast est punchers in the division, has defeated fighters like Percy Bas-sett, Armand Savoie, Carlos Chavez, Boland Abrams and Ho- cine Khalfi. He is rated one of the hottest attractions in the business today, and is rated from No. 4 to No. 7 in various rankings. At a preliminary weigh-in yes terday at the Exchange A.C. gymnasium Andrade tipped the To-ledos at 134 1-2. Davis was a fraction away, at 135 even. This will be the first meeting of the two lightweights, in a bout that normally would have been held on the West Coast. Pro Fight Card Stan to Stay, Cards Indicate 7 V V V V V V V VV V V V V V? of FINCKER S in FAMOUS f ROCKET TRADE-INS r fri nnnnn 31 UUJJtiL tc. ST. LOUIS. Oct. 8 (JPi St. Louis! "No one is untouchable when a fcw Cardinal fans were assured today ball club finishes sixth, but there Coronl 4 Do-ir, Bjdio. Hal. Bcautiiul lniid, and Out, Cyromallr Trammit. ion, On Owntr, Low Miltaa. MAIM EVENT dudt, Compton, ciif., i'o rounds; light"! the club has given "no serious con-; was no serious consideration of we.ghti. (9 p " Isideration" to trading outfielder trading Musial. A deal tor tiimpr fiAlTfTl Eddie O'Hara. Rochester, vi. Al own MUSiai, US au,uuu-a-ycai muS" wuum nave iu uc uvc. iunvi ins jj I Ull 1 Shaik, Buffalo, heavyweights. ging Star. lOUrfaVOr." . H.Brri Gencral Manager Dick Meyer i With Cardinal Manager Eddie 1 cni.iiata sboo,. Hyjra- w.iiie Giano, Rochester, vi. Jay white,' acknowledged Stan The Man's Stanky standing beside him, Meyer fc mattc- Radl0- ""'. ' Philadelphia, welterweights. name harl rnmo nn in rnnvprsa- smilindv exnlaincd: "Eddie Said law !ilul .Blu rinlah. Immacu- - . FOl-R.ROtlSUr.RS ! ' . iiu ,u- .ii.,.,t Rro. if f irnHnrt Stan i,K In IraHn him l "'. X loney toieman. Kocnestcr, vs. uuouy . iiuua wiui mc 4iuv, lfc.v .w.., Jackson, Springnlle. welterweights. hut added: 1 10 'He Same C1U0 100. nuonv aianiun, cuiiaiu, vs. uiiuncuu LaHoy. isiew York Lity, iigntwcitnts. Place, Edgerton Park .Sports Arena. Time of first bout, 8:30 p. m. Time of main event, 9 p. m. (ABC television network) blacked out locally. p.m., because of network (ABC) commitments. That means most of the supporting card will follow the feature. Four Rochester pros who have not been seen here because they entered the punch-for-pay ranks since the boxing "blackout" locally are spotted on tonight's card. Heavyweights Bob Biehlcr and Eddie O'Hara, both former Elks Club amateur favorites, are in sixes. Biehler meets Herman Harris, of New York City, and O'Hara tangles with Al Shack of Buffalo. Shack decisioned O'Hara two weeks ago in Bisontown. Local welters Willie Giano and Tobey Coleman, both ex-Elks Club clouters. also are listed. Giano tangles with Jay White of Philadelphia, in a six; and Cole man meets Buddy Jackson of Springville, in a four. The cur tain-raiser pits Bobby Scanlon, Buffalo, against Alfredo LaBoy, New York, in a four. Bomber Harriers Top Canandaigua '52 CHRYS. Y Pjy Windior D:ux 4 Door, I Auto motlc TronamiKion, I Radio, Htat.r, Beau'tlul I J Groon Finna, Cuilom Into. tr lior, Chryslor'i ImI Modol. Bmmd '50 OLDS. "M" Convortlblo, Hydrama-tlc. Rallo, Hoator, All' loathor Inlorlor, Croam Fln-Uh, Block Top, Whltt Wall Tiroi, Eloclrie Windows, Cold Woithor Special, '51 CHEV. 1 i.Yi-;iiii;irtt:iiuq;q f 1954 BIKS I I'M kJ !! '52 OLDS. ii Marshall, Franklin, West Harriers Win Marshall High School, Franklin and West Hism scored victories in tIia Amnnas Institute K fnntha tpam vip ripri a cross-country meets yesterday at tou hd to the Allendale School team in the first quaH"innin he c'!PPed4.tW0 seconds vuuu.iiiiu.ouiiiiiK.il.. ixOT. t.ftcfarioir nn iha ATlonriolo fiolH than nnma nr fn ",B tvi j tgivi uu; j kk iuv iiiwuuuiw iiviu( vuuiv uuvn iui a 20-7 victory. Aquinas B Grid Squad Beats Allendale, 20 to 7 Paced by junior Paul Schojan, who came in first with a time nf 11 2 minutes. East Rochester Because of cable problems, it nieh School's team defeated had to be brought elsewhere. Canandaieua Academy. 26-29. in a cross-countrv race vesterdav ring time for the main go is 9: afternoon at Cobbs Hill. It was the third ER victory of the season against one loss. Canandaigua's Bill Foster and Jack Coons took second and third, respectively, in the run, followed by the East Rochester trio of Dick Reed, 4th; Clinton Stearns, 5th, and John Schojan, sophomore brother of Paul, 6th. It was Paul's second first. In Flnt Racer Won bv Marshall C) Hauck 1, Jacox 3, Cairns 6. Wenzel Considine 10; 2nd Monroe (19) I itterick 2. Todd 4. Pfaft d. Ramsay II, Milliman 14; 3rd Edison (Ml) Brufger 5. Haag 7, Allwod H, Balceralc 16, Solomcn 19. Time 11:03. Reserve scores; Monroe 21, Edison 54, Marshall ?4. Second Race! Won by West Hidh (23) Pearce 2, F.mmons 3. Hicks 4, Weisensel ft. Berrav 10; 2nd East (40) Henry I, Ferrara 5. Nugent . laspinj 12, Dtni 14; 3rd Madison (M) He 7, Mali 9, Read 13, Coridio 18, Viggiani 19. Time 11:08. Reserve scores; East If), West 45. Third Race: Won bv Franklin (17) Sanger 1, VanGraaf.iland 2, Walrntas 3, Kilgras 4, Turherg 7; 2nd Mfcrson (4S) D. Musta f. Gravino 6. McHtHt 9. E. Musta 12. Underwood 13: 3rd Charlotte (73) Thompson 8. Schcetke 14. Hecks 16. Meeks 17, Eaton 18. Time 11:00. Reserve scores: Franklin 15, Charlotte SO, Revere 67. 4 ' ' 'IRON CLAW HILL Jim Hill, returning to pro football as halfback with the Cleveland Browns, was nicknamed "Iron Claw" in his college days because he was almost infallible as a pass receiver. Pete Nelson, Allendale fullback, went over from three yards out in the first period, then bucked over for the extra point. That was the end for the home team. In the second period, quarterback Tim Holland passed to left end Jimmy Di Boo for 13 yards and a touchdown, and repeated for the extra point. In the fourth period, the same combination repeated the scoring play and conversion. And with a minute left to play, John Lapani, who replaced Holland at quarterback, scampered 70 yards for the final touchdown. Aquinas B next plays Avon High at Avon on Friday night, Oct. 22. Aquinas B 0 7 0 1320 Allendale 7 0 0 07 Scoring Aquinas B scoring Touchdowns: DiBoo 2, tapani. 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