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St. Louis, Missouri
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Sunday, November 1, 1964
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Bills Battle Billikens in CYC Game Attractive matches in four senior leagues are part of today's soccer program. Sal Noto's Blue Circles will seek their third straight victory m the Khoury Association, meeting the Shamrocks at Fairground Park No. 2 field at 1:30. ! St. Kevin and Good Counsel are matched in the Catholic Youth Council's Major League, and a battle of St. Louis University players could provide spirited action. They meet at Magdalen Field at 3 after a 1:15 opener between St. Ambrose and Our Lady of Sorrows. Billikens on the St. Kevin roster are the Knox twins, Tim and Terry, Ed Lipski and former St. Louis U. All-Americas Bill Vieth and Joe Hen-njssy. Good Counsel's lineup includes Don Ceresla, star BU-lljken center halfback; Jack Kh nealy, Don Mannion, Jay Moore ajid former St. Louis stars Roger Rupp, Jack Dueker and Bill CTBrien. Rupp made the big difference in'goal last week as Good Counsel defeated St. Ambrose, 2-1. Gijod Counsel is unbeaten in four games. Kutis and the Schumachers will meet in the St. Louis League r . . t ' l 1 . T : i No. 1. Kutis and White Star KliClby TeaiTlS played a sizzling 22- draw last mi J 1 1 week Today White Star is Pan 5-Week matched against the Kickers, who have Nick Riggio, long-time Prrirf PHPC -(--aw W W W W list, M VZv PA if d ill i in i i win ii wiwuwii mi in i hsjimisj m mm iTif llf'H Michigan Pounds NW, 35-0 Huskies Sub Passer Stuns Southern Cal W.U. Soccer tfW pttrWnj Ti.w. jwwwci Decision Over Gomez Team Routs inois, 7-0 LOS ANGELES, Oct. 31 (UPI) University of Washington unleashed an unexDected wearjon todav in reserve Quarterback Tod Hullin, who guided the Huskies to two touchdowns in the fourth again proved too strong for Illi-nprind and a 14-13 virtnrv nvpr irw IJnivM-titv nf Southern Cali- nois when the Illini were over- fornia. ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 31 (AF). ttwerful Michigan scorea Trailing in the fourth quarter, on three of the first four times 13-0K the Huskies drove 77 yards it had the ball in rolling over on Hullin's passes to close the Northwestern, 35-0, in a Big Ten gap to 13-7. They came back the football game today. next time they got the ball with Quarterback Bob Timberlake a 47.yard drive, climaxed by Jeff scored twice for Michigan on Jordan's plunge for the final runs of two and six yards. yard. Rick Volk and John Hender- Halfback Ron Medved kicked son combined on a 33-yard scor- the game-winning extra point. ing pass in the second quarter as The Trojans scored both their BERKELEY, Calif.. Oct. 31 the Wolverines raced to a 21-0 touchdowns in the second period. (UPI) Quarterback Larry Zeno, haiftime lead. The first came on an eieht-vard whrt caottkv! HpctinpH tn h the California Overcome By UCLA LOS ANGELES. Oct 31 (UPI) Adolph Pruitt, protege of former champion Henry Armstrong, last night scored a ID-round VK- Soccer as played in St. Louis tory over Sergio Gomez despfte a shoulder injury in the seventh round at the Olympic Auditorium. The 24-year-old St. Louis fighter was given a 9-3 edge by the lone official, referee Dick Young, formerly of St. Louis. Pruitt carried a hard fought contest all the way with his powered by Washington University, 7-0. Earlier this season, St. Louis University trounced Illinois, 16-0. Bob Schoening with three goals and Bob Fleischman with two paced the Bears to their Mid West Intercollegiate Conference aggressive attacks, beating the victory. weak and ineffective punches of The' other Bear scorers were his opponent from Mexico City. Rick Richter and Harry Pana- The victor hurt his right shoul- giotopoulos. Stan Friedman der in the 7th round which took scored the lone Illinois goal in some of the steam from his the third period. punches in the final round. a ju-yara toucnaown run oy pass trom Craig ertig to Rod fall guy again in another UCLA L-. . BmB1WM e 77:; Z Mel Anthony in the third period Sherman and the second on a defeatpassed 30 yards for a ST. LOUIS POST'DISPATCH Sun Nov 1964 9E closed out the scoring. fumble recovery after a complet- tmrhAmm tn Kurt Altenbers 1ii&tesasse'S Northwestern did not nose a erl nass .j.l j 1 v serious scoring threat until With eight seconds left before to p!ay t0 give Ae Bruins a 25-21 late in the final quarter when it haiftime, Fertig passed to Mike Garret, who caught the ball on Tne clutch toss enHed an 82- yard drive which Zeno had kept going with a 38-yarder to Mike No Lake for Timberlake UPI Telephoto St. Ambrose player, in goal. Keeney-Toelle and the Dorothys will battle for first place lit the Metropolitan League at Fairground No. 3 field at 1 olock. Each has won two games. The Dorothys have scored nine goals to one for the opposition and the Keeneys hve made five to one for their rivals. Jhe Khoury contest between the Blue Circles and Shamrocks wip match teams sponsored last year by Johnny Noel. The Blue Cifcles played under the Noel banner and the Shamrocks were thi Lost Weekenders. I Today's Soccer '. METROPOLITAN LEAOI E Flrround Pnrlt No. 3: Dorothy .hepnnr-To(lle, li Hawks vi. llllxr- nlajis, 3. ST. LOI'IS LEAGI'E ftlmround Park No. I : Whit Str T. Kickpri, 1:1ft; Kutis vs. Schu-maVhers, 3. I FLORISSANT SENIORS St. Ferdinand Fl'ld No. 2: Pnnlds vs. Phil Millers. 2; BJ's vs. brail, 3: AS. CVO ASSOCIATION t Major LraiuA Seniors Magdalen Field: Our Lady of Sorrow vs. St. Ambrose, lil5; Good Ooftnsp-I vs. Ht. Kevin. 3. fairground Park No. 1: Holy Rosary VsSt. Anthony, 1U5. Seinlor First Division Camndelet Park No. 1: O. L. Sorrows vs. All Souls, 1:15. Fairground Park No. It Good Coun-el'vs. Resurrection, 3. Junior District Forest Park No. X: St. Paul vs. St. Jerome, 1 :3U ; lmmac. Heart of Mary ts.& Assumption, 3. Carondelrt No. 1: St. Philip VS. St. Raphael, 3. u Junior Division Marquette: lmmac. Heart of Mary vs., St. Thomas (A), 3:311: Holy innocents vs. Hts. Mary & Joseph, 3. Penrose No. 2: HI. Blaise vs. Holy Nafne, 1:30: Sacred Heart (Florissant) Vs. St. Bartholomew, 3. Penrose No. I : Good Counsel vs. Holy Kosary, 1:30: St. Catherine Alex. vt.,n. L. Loretto, 3. Reman No. 1 : St. Luke No. 2 vs. All ' souls, 1:30; St. Rita, vs. St. Mary Matdalrn RI, 3. IVlndenwood: O. L. Sorrows vs. St. r.earire, 1:30; St. Aloyslus (City) vs. St.. Amnro!, 3. ' Juvenile Division ilen: St. Mary Magdalen (rily) vs. St. Ambrose, 1:30; St. Aloysius . try) vs. St. Plus V, 3. De Peres: lmmac. Heart of Mary s.'St, Anthony, 1:30. Des Peres: lmmac. Heart of Mary Vs., St. Anthony. 1 :30. guhlrtte: St. Michael (SI vs. O. T. Sorrows, 1:30; St. Hedwig vs. St. Cahrlel. 3. Fairsrounds No. S: St. Gregory vs. ft. Mary IB), 1:30; St. William vs. St. Philip. 3. Davis No. 1: St. Ann (N) vs. Per-prtal Help, 1 :30. Hlrkey Park (Baden): St. Jerome vs. Nativity. 1:30: St. Caslmir vs. Coed Counsel, 3. Brentwood: St. Mary Magdalen (B) vs.. Assumption, It St. Andrew vs. St. Stephen. 2:30. t KHOIRY ASSOCIATION 1 Seniors Fairgrounds No. 2: Shamrocks vs. Blue Circle, 1:3.0; Hamlltonlans vs. tassells, 3. Forest Park No. 6: Polish Alliance vs.. Widman. 1:30; C-K Medics vs arslty ( Uppers. 3. Kutis Keys draws a bye. I Juniors ! Forest Park No. 1 : Conn Music i Mart vs. Belleville Athofs. 1:30: Northwest Optimist vs. Poyce Pratt. 3. Fairgrounds Park No. 2: Kutis Juniors vs. Dogtown Bulldogs, 2. Forest Park No. Si University Park ' Vs. John Stygar, 12. t Kentucky Upset by W. Virginia M0RGANT0WN, W. Va., Oct. -tt .(AP) Quarterback Allen Mc-Cutie led rebounding West Virginia to a 26-21 football victory ovr Kentucky here today as the faltering Wildcats lost their fourth consecutive game. McCune connected for three touchdown passes and ran for , I anotner iu. The Mountaineers, crushed 38-7, ', last week by Penn State, scored on their first play when McCune hit Dick Madison on a 24-yard pass play. The play came with only 58 seconds gone and was set up by a Kentucky! fumble. I The loss left Kentucky 3-4 on the season. The Wildcats haven't I won since defeating Auburn four weeks ago. TAft Virginia Kentucky Pcorlng: vVW Madison 24 yard pmas from McCune (kicked (ailed). BEN Jenkins 9 pass from Norton (Turn kick). WsT Clesg pass from McCune w(Madlon pass from MrCunc). Diinlevy iS pass front McCune (pass falied). WVt vtctune I run (pass falied). KEN Spanish 24 pass from Norton I (Turrl kick l. kt. Bird 38 pass from Norton (Tue. si kirk). A 21,000. WVC KEN . First Downs I I IS Rushing ardate 14A 2 Passing lardagt 111 211 Passes 8-17 14-26 Pssse Intercepted By 11 funis 6-31 8-41 umhles Ist I 1 ards Fenaliied 48 48 iMichigan quarerfcaclr Bob Timterlale finds only the end zone on the end of this dive for a touchdown during the Wolverines' g-ame with Northwestern at Ann Arbor, Mich. Michigan won, 35-0. lowing the football Cardinal-Cleveland game at Busch Stadium. Today's opening round schedule at Forest Park's Central Field, located east of Jewel Box: 10:30 a.m., St. Louis No. 1 vs. TIni, u,i.U An, - f. v ivamurer jnu. i; u: i0, KeoetS VS. ixamuicrs iiu. The Missouri Rugby Football 1? n-w-in MrtVi practice round-robin series to St. Louis vs. St. Louis No. 3; help the organization officers se- 12:45, Bombers vs. St. Louis No. lect two teams to play an exhi- 2. The teams will play two 20-bition match Sunday, Dec. 6, fol- minute halves. marched to a Michigan six. But Dick Wells broke up a fourth-down Northwestern pass in the end zone to preserve Michigan's second shutout of the campaign. The loss was the fifth in a row for the Wildcats, who have now lost three straight to Michigan. The Wolverines brought their over-all record to 5-1, and their 3-1 conference record assured them of maintaining at least a tie for second place. Michigan picked up 29 first downs against the Wildcats, 22 on the ground. Northwestern O OO O O Michigan 7 14 7 7 35 Mich Timberlake 2 run (Timber-lake kick) Mich Henderson 33 pass from Volk (Timberlake kick) Mich Timberlake 6 run (Timber-lake kirk) Mich Anthony 30 mn (Timberlake kirk) Mich Fisher 3 run (Sygar kick) Attendance 54,6 1 8. Northwestern Mich. First downs 14 29 ltu-hlng ardage 44 33(i Passing yardage 111!) 117 I' 14-27 10-20 I'asses Intercepted by 0 'i Punts 6-31 3-3S Fumbles lost - O O lards penalised 35 45 the five and fumbled after gaining possession. Bob Kaiser re- .PIHlfLE lift covered in the end zone for the jjaffner. TD, Southfrn Calif. 0 13 0 0 13 Mashinntoi. O 0 0 14 U t M Micr-man 8 pftbt from Aertlg Browne.) kick) I M Kaiser fumble recovery end zone (kkk tailed) VVa&h. Browninr 8 pai from Hullin (Medved kirk) Wash. Jordan 1 run Olndved lUi-IO Attendance 60,57"). 8. C allf. W asb. Ftrt down If 15 Kushlng yarriSKf 155 37 Pawiinc iardae lfH Hft rasnes 8-j:j l'asMH Intercepted by O 5 Iunt 3-;U 4-3 Kunililen ktfst O t lards penalized JU 25 Rosewall Tops Laver JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, Oct. 31 (UPI) Australia's Ken Rosewall won the world profes- fesicmal tennis The senior signal-caller, who was killed by interceptions during last Saturday's defeat at Illinois, had two of his tosses picked off today in the Bears' end zone. He also missed on three conversion attempts before he booted a placement which climaxed the final score. The lead changed twice in the fourth period before Altenberg clinched it. !v ( allfornla 7 7 0 7 21 : I t LA SOB 13 25 Cal Morion run ( Blanchlield V kick i I ( LA Haffner 22 pass from JScno s (kick failed) i ( al Klakency 46 pass from Morton Ji, run (pass failed) A. (pass V tslta-Froa Sitaa Boot -Swi- FiiK Golf AMrff) (Hlsnchfield kirk) I ( L Zeno I I challenge match today when he (B!a"!cIfieidrakick3 p,s 'm Morto" S ch.mnsn.hin . '.V campion 1 run ..uiii.vyi.n iaiica downed fellow countryman Rod Laver, 6-4, 6-1, 6-4. Laver was off form from the start of the match. His backhand and his smashes were often mistimed, and in the final game he had three double faults. 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