Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 20, 1956 · Page 11
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Section 2 Pages 1 Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1956. 5c Pet Copy Member of The Associated Press Edge 0 T Parsons, Giddings, Heffner, Purham and Walmsley alternated pn short plunges to get the ba)l to the 27, from where Durham hi Heffner |qr 25 yards to set the ball up on the Oiler two, and Walmsley opened the fourth periot with & towhdown. PLAYER Roxana It) Lakin Pruett Dickerson Brown VanMeter Chandler Stewart Durham Parsons Giddlngs Walmsley 1234 000 0— 0 Roxana 000 6— 0 Scoring: Roxana TD—Walmsley. Substitutions: Wood River—Carroll, Wetter, Ferguson, Warren, Marko. Roxana— Mllazzo, Rollins, Janscen, Heffner, Blanton, Ramm, Mormlno. Ford, Lawrence, Kennedy, Wiley. Officials: Referee, RaUo. Umpire, Cole. Linesman, Heinz. Miller Bruni Adcock Moore Ventlmlglla Popelar Slrumskl Rhodes Bosco Yatcs Walmsley POS. »> L E L T L G C R G R T R E Q B L H R H F B Score by Quarters: Wood River First Dowm Weed Hirer 3 Yards rushing met) 8 Yards passing , 6 Total yardage ......14 as*es attempted.... S pa«»r» completed ., 1 Pauses Intercepted by 0 Fumbles 4 Fumbles Lost 2 2 ....20 Penalties Pards 'penalized Boi«n» B 99 81 1BO 6 3 0 1 1 S 59 Roxana Scores Sixth Win Without Loss, 6-0 Takes Lead In Series ROXANA—It's only a short hop to Roxana, but it was a long way home for Wood River Friday night after the Oilers dropped a closely fought 6-0 decision to the Shells in the annual battle between the two teams. The victory was the sixth straight without a loss for Roxana, giving them the best seasbn mark in the area and putting them up with the leaders in the state in winning streaks. The game was typical of the p LA . YER M £Jj other eight played by the teams _wood m«r «i> since they started the series in 1947, and gave Roxana a 3-2 edge in victories with four games ending in ties. In the nine contests played so far, only once was their a difference of more than one touchdown In the final score. The close- est one that did not end in a dead heat came last year at Wood River, when the Oilers won 2-0 on a safety. Ironically enough, hi view of the fact that Roxana is not noted for its passing attack, it was an aerial that put the Shell* in position for the only scow in this year's game. With the ball on the Wood River 27, quarterback Bob Durham faded back and flipped a screen pass to halfback Howard Heffner, who missed the last two games because of a knee injury and was considered a doubtful starter in this contest. Heffner scooted to the right and picked his way down to the Otter two-yard line before he was brought down on the last play of the third period. H. A. Walmsley, 210-pound fullback, crashed over from the two on the first play of the final period. Hii kick lor extra point was wide. Coach Orivell Yocum's charges then looked as if they would begin to move on the first play after the Roxana kickoff following the touchdown. Quarterback Jim Rhodes picked up 10 yards down the middle for the first and only Oiler first down gained on the ground. A penalty helped Wood River to a first and 10 in the .second period, . and a pass gave the Oilers the ; other near the end of the final stanza. Bill after the gain by Rhodes, John Bosco was dropped five yards behind the line by Dale Dickerson, putting the ball on the Oiler 20. A third down pass by Rhodes was broken up by Bob Stewart, and Wood River was forced to kick. The Oilers got the ball again on their own 27 in the final three minutes of the game. Rhodes pick ed up two yards, and Jim Yates went around right end for four more behind a spread formation. Rhodes picked up the first down with * six-yard toss to Howard Miller. Rhodes moved the ball up to the Oiler 39 with a three-yard plunge, but there was a fumble on the, next play and Dickerson recovered for the Shells. Roxana killed the remaining two minutes with three plays before the final whistle blew. Roxana's spirited defensive line made the difference. The front wall repeatedly dropped the Oiler backs for losses before they coulc get going, and forced Rhodes to hurry his passes. Wood River picked up only 45 yards on the ground and was thrown for 37 yards worth of losses for a net gain of eighl yards. The Wood River defensive unil also played well, holding Roxana to 99 yards on the ground, the least amount the Shells have gained on the ground this season. Coach Earl McLane's crew picked up 81 yards in the air as Durham completed three of his six passes. In addition to the pass that set up the tally, Durham threw to Giddings for 21 yards in the firs- period, and to Steward for 35 yards in the second quarter. The Shells got as far as the Oil er 22 on a first period drive but had to give up the ball on downs They got down to the 14 again before the period ended, but a sta tue of liberty play on fourth down failed. . The Oilers could not get going as the second period started, with two consecutive backfield fumbles costing them nine yards and fore ing them to kick. A fine punt return by Giddings started the Shells goalward mid way throught the third period. The halfback took Rhodes' kick on his own 14 and carried 30 yards down the right sideline, getting good blocks all the way, before being stopped on his own 44 by Lou Pope lar. Some 2,000 fans in attendance stayed until the last play was over, with the Roxana contingent buzzing about the chances of repeating the undefeated season of 1954. Roxana plays at Edwardsville next week, then ,takes on Civic Memorial and Jerseyville at home. It was the fourth defeat in six outings for Wood River. The Oil' lers entertain Harrisburg Friday night, travel to Jerseyville the following week, then close out against Granite City at home Nov. 9. Hockey Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday R/atulte No games scheduled Saturday Schedule New York at Montreal Boston at Toronto Sunday Schedule Chicago at New York Boston at Detroit Grid Results tOCAL Romans 8, Wood River 0 Edwardsville 20, Madison 20 Civic Memorial 31, Southwestern 0 Jerseyville 27, PlUsfield 7 Carrollton 12. Pleasant Hill It Virginia 13, Greenfield 7 Hardin 34, White Hall 0 Winchester 24, Hoodhouse 14 , Cnrllnville IB, Benld 13 ' Stauntbn 34, Glllesple 6 Nokomls 25, Mt. V)llve 0 Belleville Cathedral 28. Valle 0. HIGH SCHOOL Dunbar 39, DuSable 0 Lane 14, StelnmeW 0 East Hockford 7, Freeport 0 Blue Inland 21. Kankakee 7 Elgin 28, W. Aurora 14 E. Aurora 33, Jollet 0 W. RockJord 45, LaSalle-Peru J7 Champaign 34, Bloomington 0 Pekln 13, Streator 12 St. Teresa 13, Clinton 12 McLeansboro 34, 'Johnston Cltjr 7 Centralla S3, Salem 0 Flora 19, Fall-field 13 Efflngham 41, St. Elmo 0 LawrencevlUe IB, Robinson 0 Hlllsboro 28, Taylorvllle 2 Klncald 14, Vandalla 7 Shelbyvllle 19. Lltchfield t Newton 26, Casey 6 Mt Carmel 7, Carmi 7 Danville 25. Mattoon 6 Urbana 20, Decatur 20 Calenburg SB, Kewanee 13 Lanphler 19, Beardstown 0 Auburn 51, Glrard 0 Routt 19. Meredosla 0 Rock IF land 20. Mollne 7 Davenport <Iowa> 20, E. Mollne 7 Marlon 14, Ml Vernon 12 Eldorado 13, W. Frankfort 12 Carbondale 2S, Pinckneyville • Herrin 38. Harrisburg 7 Anna-Jonesboro 37, Metropolis 0 Benton 28. Carlo 20 Chester 33, Du Quoin C COLLEGE Miami (Fla.l 7, Georgia 7 George Washington 40. VMI 14 Denver 40, Colorado College 21 Wottord 23. The Citadel 19 Illinois 34, N. Illinois 9 Chattanooga 28, Abilene Christian 20 Central Iowa 34, Buena Vl»la 6 MUton 20, ConcordU Oliver Forest, III.) 7. CM Eagles Blank KG Piasa Birds, 31-0 WOOD RIVER BOWt Senior Merchants Slcaggs won 3 from K. of C. Holloways won 3 from Hofgren Gro. Ke'llys won 2'from Italian House. Mary's won 2 from Parkway. 204 Sefiiors won 3 from Robersons. Charlies Mkt.won 2 from V.F.W. Pos,t. 200 Bowlers: Starkey 217, Steed 202, Siddens 205, Straub 213, V. Bamhart 201, Grissom 234, T. Holland 229, 201, Gulp 208, Moore 205. 247, T. Kochan 214, 201, Av- ramovlch 213, Solterman 217, J. Cafazza 222, Pace 200 205, Howell 210. Illinois Power Hvy. Oils Torch Club won 3 from IPC Operators. Hanfelders Agcy. won 2 from Wood River Bowl. IPC Maintenance won ' from Inspection Lab. Glowczew skie Const, won 2 from Smith Funeral Home. ISCO won 2 from Roberts Motors. Wood River Journal won 3 from ISCO Moose 200 Bowlers: Jouett 212, Bowles 202, Magurany 204, Grissom 234 228 222. Peck 220, Martin 225, Hutte 203, Sitze 206. River Ripples * Roamin' the Piasa Country Harold Brand* JFleld Trial Viewpoint A Put-and-Take pheasant field trial scheduled earlier this month on the Lee Volla farm near Fillmore, HI., attracted a large number of hunters and bird dog owners, according to Jesse Edwards, 269 Herbert St. The event was sponsored by the Illinois Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs, of which Edwards is the Put-and-take trial chairman. His viewpoints on the trial are as follows: "Pen-reared birds were released by a conservation agent," Edwards pointed out. "Hunters paid $6 and were allowed to bag two birds while the dog owner paid an entry fee of $1. The pheasants cost $3 each-and four were placed afield at a time so two hunters led by a bird dog could seek them. Reports are that about 50 per cent of the birds escaped. "The average loss for the hunters on each placement of birds was $5. The costs for the sponsoring club was 10 cents a band for the birds, pay and dinner tor the judges and rent for the field trial headquarters, Unless a club can afford these costs, it will result in few field trials, especially by the same club. And of course, -few hunters would be interested ii) paying for birds they didn't get. Behind (he Times "To encourage dog owners, the trial should be recognized by the Amateur Field Trial Clubs of America," continued Edwards, who is also field trial chairman for the Piasa Pointers and Setters Club. "The dog owners will pay from $6"up to $10 entry fee and the additional sum would enable the trial sponsoring club to break even, or even earn money. "We are about five years behind on the trials as 'it is. In 1952, as a member of both the Piasa Club and o{ the" Alton- Wood River Sportsmen's Club, I tried to get the latter to support an Amateur Field Trial recognized event without suc- cess'because it Is to big an W- PICKS UP FIRST DOWN—Roxana's Howard Heffner is brought down by Jim Rhodes of Wood River at midfield but not before picking up the necessary three yards for a first down in the third period at Roxana Friday night. The Shells added two more first downs in a drive that resulted in the winning touchdown early in the next quarter, giving Roxana a 6-0 win.—Don Hayes Photo. dertaking for smaller clubs." Change* Needed "Then came the big deal of controlled shooting for wealthy sportsmen. But through the combined efforts of a limited few it is now possible for the average man to shoot at a moderate fee if clubs can afford to sponsor Put-and-Take field trials. "Here is why I think that a lot of changes will be needed We have one game warden in the county who must be present to band the bird at a Put-and- Take trial. Why? We have the bird and the band. We can harvest as many as we can pay for, Furthermore, pen-reared pheasants can be sold for food consumption, without distinction how the bird's life is ended. "Also, if more than one Put- and-Take trial is scheduled in the county at the same time, it isn't likely that the state will grant a permit. Therefore the trial is still controlled and not what it appears to be. Duck Hunters Favored "The chance for the upland game hunter to get anything for his money except to buy licenses and pay the bill for duck hunters isn't fair, 1 Edwards continued." And it is the duck hunter who screams and fights until he i gets it all while other hunters j fail to get even the crumbs. "Yes, you let me place my duck blind where I don't have to go through the checking area and I'll keep still," Edwards added. "Could it be that the Pittman - Robertson funds of which Illinois received $600,000, divided two thirds for migratory fowl and one third for fishing, was to appease duck hunters while food for wildlife was planted along the river bottoms and timber was sold from the islands, destroying habitat which be. longed to the public?" Edwards is a strong*supporter for the upland game hunter who ha* less and less every year to look forward to. Put-and-Take field trials for all sportsmen at a nominal fee is one way to benefit the upland game hunter, jg his belief, BETHALTO — Civic Memorial had little trouble from Southwestern of Medora, and walked off with a 31-0 victory, the fourth in six starts for the Eagles, here Friday night. The Bethalto team overwhelmed the green Piasa Birds, rolling up 17 first downs to four arid piling up 396 yards rushing and 116 in the air for a total of 512 yards. Southwestern was held to less than 100 yards. Quarterback Mike Mead completed eight of 16 pass attempts, two going for touchdowns. The Eagles of Coach VaUie Robinson scored in every period, with Ron Autery starting the parade with a five-yard plunge in the first quarter. Joe Haar went four yards for the second peri6d tally. Both of Mead's six-point tosses came in the third stanza. The first was a 10-yard flip to Junior White out to the flat, the halfback traveling Die remaining 40 yards to pay dirt. The other was a 26-yard toss to Dave Kassing. Mead passed to Jack Byers for the extra point after Kassing's tally. Two other Eagle touchdowns were called back in the third period. Jerry Dale finished the scoring with a 15-yard dash in the final period. Robinson started an all-junior backfield, with Mead the only starter in previous games this season. Autery, normally a halfback, started at fullback, with Dale and Haar getting the halfback assign^ ments. Another change saw tackle Jerry Pelan at center for injured Jim Hawkins. Bethalto plays at Western Military Academy Saturday afternoon, then closes out with two conference opponents, Roxana on the road and Dupo at home. LINEUPS PLAYER Southwestern Bethel Hasten Torgeson Meyers Stoops Jones Woolsey Hermes Davis Gorin Waggoner POS. PLAYER (0) Civic Mem. (3» Byer* Howard Bond Pelan Hudgtns Elliott Kassing Mead Dale Haar Autery 3 4 00 0 0—0 '« 13 8—31 Scoring: Civic Memorial TD—Autery, White, Dale, Haar, Kassing; L E L T L G C R G R T R E Q B L H R H F B Score by Quarters: 1 2 Southwestern Civic Memorial EP—Byers (pass). Officials: Referee, Fishbach. Umpire, Dunn, Linesman, Hayborn. Win Gives Carlinville Loop Lead Carlinville assumed sole possession of South Central Conference lead with a 19-13 victory over Benld while Gillespie was losing to Staunton, 34-6, Friday night. Nokomis defeated Mt. Olive, 25-0, in a conference game Thursday night. Carlinvllje is now 3-0 in league play, while Gillespie dropped to second place with 24. Fullback Phil Wynn scored all three touchdowns foi 1 the Cavaliers, Benld scored first on a 30-yard pass from Ron Moody to Jack Maracci with Jack Grandona adding the extra point, Wynn tied It up in the second period with a 40-yard effort, and tou Fornero kjnked the &*• tra point, The Indians moved Pro Gridders Offer Full Card Sunday BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Philadelphia Eagles and New York'Giants can throw the National Football League's East ern Conference in to a 3-way dead lock for first place Sunday as all 12 teams in the loop play their fourth game of the regular season Only two teams remain undefeated — the Chicago Cardinals and Detroit Lions — and th< Cards invade Philadelphia to mee the surprising Eagles, who are tied for second place with the Giants, each 2-1 for the year. Detroit leads the Western Con ference, also unbeaten in three games, and a tie could develop in that division, too. It would re quire a San Francisco victory over the Lions at Detroit, couplet with a victory by the Bears over the Baltimore Colts at Chicago The Bears are 2-1. The 49ers, however, don't look like the team to stop Detroit right now, while the second place Bears are favored over Baltimore in spite of an early season win. by the Colts over Chicago, 28-21. The Cardinals, sparked by rambling Ollie Matson, and the Eagles are even money. Chicago trounced Washington's winless Redskins last week, 31 - 3, while Bobby Thomason's passes helped down the Pittsburgh Steelers, 35-21. New York, which whipped the de fending champion Cleve land Browns 21-9 when Alex Webster scored three touchdowns, is the choice over the Steelers in their game at Yankee Stadium. Wins by both Philadelphia and New York would leave the Cards Eagles and Giants all wrapped up in a 3-1 knot at the top of the heap. In other games, the Browns are favored over the Redskins a Washington, with Los Angeles the choice over the Green Bay Pack ers at Milwaukee. Green Bay won its first game last week, beating Baltimore 3833, while the Rams were losing to Detroit, 24-21. The Bears thump ed the 49ers 31-7. There will be no electronics from now on. Commissioner Ber Bell ruled on Thursday agains further use of midget radios to convey messages from the bend to the quarterback. Fight Results Br THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New Yox'k — Joey Gtambra, 158 Buffalo, N. Y., outpointed Gil Turner, 150?*, Philadelphia, 10. out ahead again In the fourth stanza when Maracoi went over from the live, but /Wynn returned a punt 42 yards into pay dirt to Knot the count again. The winning tally saw Wynn go over from the eight-yard line late in the fourth quarter. The fullback intercepted a Benld pass late in the period to halt a drive. Chuck Frey scored twice for Stanuton with Wayne Masinelll Lercy Luketlch and Ral Jacobs each adding a tally in the rout. John Campbell scored the lone chdown for Gillespie, Mount Vernon Upended By Marion, 1442 SPRINGFIELD, El. ff — Mount Vernon and Mendota suffered upsets Friday night from favored positions in Illinois high school foot- sail conference races. Marion's Wildcats, a fourth place team in the South Seven, slappec down Mount Vernori's Rams from a three-way tie for the top with Benton and Centralia. The score was 14-12. Powerful Centralia went outside the league to register an impres sive 53-0 triumph over Salem in what was billed as the contest for Marion County honors. Salem is leading the North Egypt Confer ence. Centralia, which meets Mar ion next week, has scored over 20C points. Benton picked up more prestig by topping heretofore unbeate Cairo, 26-20. Mendota's Trojans, needing a wi to sew up the Southwest Divisio title in the North Central Confer ence, bowed 26-20 to Rock Falls The latter's victory assures it o a tie for the title. Mendota was previously undefeated. Unbeaten Sterling thumped J tawa 25-7 in the critical game o the North Central's Northeast Di vision. Another six game winner is Bel viderc-. In beating Edgewood, Wis. 26-6, the Bucs stopped what ha> been an eight year habit of losing to the Wisconsin team. Another leader unbeaten in si: games this season if the Bi Eight's Elgin, 26-14 winner ove West Aurora. Of the three teams tied for th Big 12 top, only Pekin clearec its opponent, Streator, 13-12. Mat toon lost to Danville 25-6 anc Champaign overran Bloomingtor 34-0. Chillicothe took its 27th win in a row, beating Morton 33-7. An other high scorer was Galesburg 59-13 victor over Kewanee. One of the southwestern area' unbeaten teams is Roxana, win ner in a 6-0 duel with Wood River Tuscola picked up its sixth vie tory, setting down Villa Grove 14-6 Effingham annexed its sixth also dumping St. Elmo 41-0. Hardin Clips White Hall; Tigers Lose Winchester and Virginia noved another step ahead of the pack with Illinois Valley Conference wins Friday night, while Hardin defeated White Hall, 32- and Carrollton tied Pleasant Hill, 12-12. Winchester upped its league- eading mark to 4-0 with a 24-14 •ictory over Roodhouse, and Virginia took its third loop win without a loss by downing reenfield, 13-7. Hardin moved to the .500 mark n conference play, picking up ts second win against two de- eats, while White Hall remained in the cellar with four losses. Hardin quarterback Ray Hagen threw two touchdown passes to end Jerry Varble, one for 40 yards and the other for 20. Full- >ack Roger Hurley went five yards in the second period to pve the Tigers an 18-0 halftime ead. Halfback Jerry Herkert sliced off tackle for 60 yards in the hird quarter, with Hagen running for the extra point, and the quarterback added the final tal- y on a 19-yard dash in the 'ourth quarter. Hagen threw to Hone Bass for the extra point. Greenfield took an early 7-0 ead over Virginia when John Longmeyer went 18 yards to score and added the extra point n the first period. The Redhens tied it up when Larry Carls passed to Mike Velten for 18 yards, and added the extra point. Another Carls pass to Velten, this one good for 2] yards,- provided the winning margin. Greenfield got as far as the Virginia 38 late in the fourth period when Virginia recoverec a fumble and ran out the clock FLAYER LINEUPS POS. PLAYER White Hill (0) Hirdln (33) Orvellas L E Varble Tilley L T Durr Meek L G Peterbaugh Westenedge C Jones Berline R G Halse Haverlleld R T Simon Bawdy R E Bass Anthony Q B Hage Grizzle L H Harmo Westerhold R K Herke Ahearn F B Hurle Score by Quarters: 1234 White Hall 0000- Hardin 6 12 7 7—3 Scoring: Hardin TD — Varble (2 Hurley, Herkert, Hagen; EP—Hagen Bass. Officials: Referee, Fraser. Umpire Williams. Linesman, Summers, BOWLING UPPER ALTON LANES Illinois League Wood Box won 3 from A.C.M.S Spooks. A.C.M.S No. 4 won from Electric Shop No. 1. A.C M.S. No. 5 won 2 from Industria Engr. 200 Games: Steinkraus 207, Dy cus 205, 209, 229, (643), Ribbl 212, Fensterman 223, D. Lawdis 206. All-Church League Rosewood First Baptist won from Brown St. Baptist No. 1 Wood River Pres. won 2 from Fosterburg Pres. Brown St. Bap list No. 2 won 2 from Friendsho; Gen. Baptist. 200 Games: Michalski 215 Manns 205, 208, E. Crawford 202 Lippert 224, Jennigs 214, 212, Fer guson 201. Binkley 205, 225, Turn bough 216, Waltrip 201. BOWL INN Super Shell Boiler House won 2 from Res Pilots. Fire & Safety won 3 from Gas Plant. Res. Relics won from Control Lab. No. 1 Fab Sho won 2 from Brick Masons. 200 Bowlers: Price 200, 204 Harris 222; Broadway 206. Jerseyville Takes 27-7 Victory Over Pittsf ield PITTS FI ELD — Jerseyville shook off a two-game losing streak with a satisfying- 27-7 victory over arch rival Pittsfield here Friday night. The same two teams have been battling it out for the Illinois Valley Conference title for the past several years, but this season both have dropped from the league and are playing as independents. They fought to a 0-0 deadlock last season and shared the crown. The Panthers of Coach Joe Jurkanin are now 4-2 for the season, with home games against Mt. Olive and Wood River coming up in succession. JerseyviUe will end the campaign at Roxana Nov. 9. The Panthers scored once in every period, with reserve halfback Ron Ferguson getting two ol the tallies while on the receiving end of passes by Doug Anderson. The first was in the first period, and went for 47 yards, with Jack Mahoiland going around right end for the extra point. The second came in the third quarter, and was good for 35 yards. Carl Crawford added, the extra point, Crawford* a sophomore, burst LINEUPS PLAYER POS. Jerseyvllle «7> R. Lurton L E Cell L T Murray L G East c C. Lurton ' R C Yoconf R T Measterman R E Sinclair Q B Crawford L H Anderson R H Watts F B Score by Quarters: Jerseyvllle Pittsfield FLA YES Ptltsfleld (7) Frankli Lippenco Bane Carte Stauffe Haskln Dran Ell Rhodes Alle Jeffei 1234 7 7—3 0 0— 0 7 Scoring: Jerseyville TD — Watts Ferguson (2), Crawford; EP—Maho land. Crawford (2). PttUfield Prokankl; EP—Prokaskl (kick). Substitutions: Jerseyvllle— R. F« guson, Gro»«, Deqourcy, Day, Maho land, Porter. Willis, Kraushaa City, NorrU, D. Ferguson, Devenln PltUfield — McGlanon, prokaik Wahlzren. Sanderson, Freeman, Bren necke, Vandiver, Kerr. Teeble Pleus, Gatu, Bauer. . Official! Referee, Strickland. Urn pire, WiUon. Unesmtn, Klrcher. through the middle of the line an galloped 54 yards to pay dirt in th second period, The final tally can: in the last quarter, with Bill Wat plunging for t\yo yards. Ed Prohaskl crossed {he goa line for the Saukees after runnin 30 yards in the second stanza and added the extra point on •kick. Tigers Come From Behind Despite Costly Fumbles MADISON — Edwardsville had come from behind all the way,' ut matched touchdowns with dadison for a 20-20 tie here Fri- ay night. Each team scored in the first, econd and fourth periods, with ie Trojan tally coming first on ach occasion. The Tigers of Coach Bennie sselhardt dug their own hole •vith two fumbles leading direct- y to Madison touchdowns. The first bobble led to the open- ng score of the game, after the iger defenders had stopped a 0-yard Madison drive on their \vn 13. On the second Edwards- ille play from scrimmage, Jim handler and Flem Bradshaw ould not get together on a pitch- ut on the option play. Bradshaw was not able to hang n to the low pass, and Madison md Bill Papa plucked the ball lut of the air and raced 13 yards across the goal line. Larry Ferguson added the extra point. The Bengals got the touchdown iack before the period ended with Chandler throwing to Buz Shaw or the final 22 yards after a lownfield march. But the extra joint, which was to make a big difference later, failed. Ferguson, snaky Madison jun- or halfback, scored in the second period on a pass from Quarter- jack Dewayne Jolly. Jolly faked a jump pass over the center of the line, turned and pitched a short flat pass to Ferguson, and the speedster dashed 24 yards unmolested. Shis time the Tro- ans failed to make the extra point, enabling the Tigers to tie t up before the half ended. And they did just that, Chandler leading another downfielc drive and finally going over from the one. Bradshaw added the point on a run. With each team either scoring or getting deep into opposition territory each time it had possession, there were no punts in the entire first half. Edwardsville got down to the Trojan 10-yard line in the thirc PLAYER Edwardnvllle Helllnger Spencer Hess Eilers Pfelffer Coultas Pulliam Chandler Bradshaw Noll Shaw LINEUPS POS. (201 Midhea (20) Pap» William* Rlley Wojeile Sikor* Sekora Barefleld Jolly Modruiie Ferguson Hampton 3 4 0 7—20 0 7—20 L E L T L O C R O H T R E Q B L H H H F B Score by Quarters: Sdwardsville Madison Scoring: Edwardsville TD — Shaw 21, Chandler; EP — Bradshaw (2, runs). Madison TD—Papa, Ferguson 12): EP—Ferguson (2, runs). Substitutions: Kdwardsvllle — Dorsey, Howerton, Wlldman, Leni, Kayi. Dlppel, Weiler, Hanks, Mlxon. Madison—Wilson, Shaver, Nowickl, Mas- slc. Officials: Referee, Dartt. Umptr*. Veech. Linesman, Killls. period, but a 15-yard penalty stalled the drive. Coach Francis Dant's charges received help again in the fourth period as they went ahead 20-13. Again on the option play, Chandler pitched to Glen Howerton, who took two strides with the ball and was hit. He fumbled as he went down, and Ferguson picked up the ball on a bounce and sprinted 48 yards into the end zone. The ever-present Ferguson added the big extra point again on * run. But the Tigers refused to quit, and came back to tie it up before the final whistle. After a< 65-yard march, Shaw carried over from the three with less than four minutes left to play. Bradshaw matched Ferguson's efforts, and carried his second extra point, the tying one, across the goal line. Edwardsville got down to the Madison 20 again before a Chandler pass was intercepted on the final play of the game. The Tigers are now 4-1-1 for the season, with a home game against Roxana on tap for next week. The Trojans have a similar mark for the campaign, and travel to Highland for a Midwestern Conference game Saturday afternoon. Alton Harriers Capture Loop Title; Tigers 2nd Golden Shell Res. Rollaways won 3 from Eng. Mixups. Eng. Office won 2 from Stores Dept. Distilling won 3 from Alkylation. N. Prop Eng. won 3 from Ramblers. 200 Bowlers: Solomon 231; Tas- san 207; Phillips 205. Commercial Exchange Club won 2 from Aliens. G. B. won 2 from Davies Painting. Zike Pharmacy won 2 from Haper's Towing. Falstaff won 2 from Stag. Carter Wood River won 2 from Edwards Accounting. Dowell Service won 3 from Lock & Dam. Bernie's won 3 from Cloverleaf Agency. 200 Bowlers: D. Ott 217; Williams 201; Fortschneider 213; Ruff a to 202; Linkogle 204; Rives 224 (606). ACME ALLEYS MPM "B" League MPM No. 1 won 2 from MPM No. 4. MPM No. 6 won 2 from MPM No. 2. 200 games— A Schneider 221; Schneider 218; Nickel 213; Fortschneider 207; Donahue 201. Onized League ACMS No. 1 won 2 from Corrugated. Service won 2 from MPM No. 5. 200 Games—Schulz 228; Haynes 204; Glowers 212; Bruemmer 205; W. Taylor 201. OI Traveling League ACMS Bavarians won 2 from Wood Box No. 2. Maintenance No. 3 won 2 from ACMS Jets. High game— Wolff, 194. Diamond League Mold Repair No. 1 won 3 from Mold Repair No. 2. Power House won 3 from Maintenance. ACMS No. 3 won 2 from ACMS No. 6. Warehouse & Shipping won 2 from Batch & Furnace. 200 Games — Shaw 215; Hagen 202; Hooley 200; Schulz 223. Duraglas League Forming D No. 1 won 3 from Packing D No. 2. Forming A No. 1 svon 3 from Packing B No. 1. Packing B No. 2 won 3 . from Packing A. Packing D No. 1 won 2 from Forming D No. 2. Forming C won 2 from Forming A No. 2. Warehouse & Shipping won 2 from Forming B. 200 Games— E. Stewart 224, 205 (615); K. Ketterer 201; C. Marquis 228; Maronie 202; Krome 219. Boxboard League Electricians won 3 from Pipe Fitters. Lab. No. 1 won 2 from Power House. Machines won 2 from Sales. Welders won 2 from Lab. No. 2. 200 Games — Crepps 202; Wegman 201; Faulkner 209; MoCor- mick 203; Stallings 203; Brinkman 205; Gibson 211. Friday Nlte Ladies Black Hawks No. 2 won 2 from Black Hawks No. 3. Acme Vendors won 2 from Hauhe Motor Co. Alton Savings & Loan won 3 from Country Store. Black Hawks No. 1 won 3 from Stag. Sam's Liquor won 2 from Mason Root Beer. High Game — Muggee 192. Senior City Ebinger Radio won 3 from Acme Vendors. Falstaff won 3 from City Fuel. Percival F\jel Oil won 2 from Lyttons. Acme Stars won 2 from Sun Crest Stag won 2 from EAST ST. LOUIS — Alton and Edwardsville engaged in another close cross country struggle, with the Redbirds coming out on top in the Southwestern Conference Meet at Grand Marias Park her* Friday afternoon. Coach Neal Schmelzel's team finished with 48 points to 52 for the Tigers. Granite City was third with 71, followed by East St. Louis with 83, Belleville with 122, Wood River with 135 and Collinsville with 166. Alton's Charlie Glaeser was edged out by Joe Schroeder of Granite City for first place, the first time in seven races this year that Glaeser has failed to finish first. Schroeder finished the two- mile course in the fast-stepping time of 9:41, with Glaeser coming in at 9:43. Ed Robinson of Granite City was third, Ron Dunbar of Alton fourth and Jerry Trimble of East St. Louis fifth. The rest of the first 10 finished in the following order: Don Trobridge, Alton; Darrell Harris, Edwardsville; Mike Brazier, Edwardsville; Joe Arndt, Belleville; and Jerry Hardie, East St. Louis. Alton gaining points for the Redbirds were Al Connors in 16th and Eddie Pierce in 20th. Webb Lewis was llth, Gary Schumacher 12th and Gene Hairston 14th for Edwardsville. Deer Wins WADENA, Minn. K — A large buck deer with a distaste for sporti cars sent Joseph Christensen of Fargo, N.D., to the hospital for treatment. Christensen stopped his convertible when he saw the animal. The deer charged the car without warning in a flying leap, tearing the fabric top, smashing the windshield and bending a door post. The driver was treated for cuts and bruises. Thomeczek Oil Co. Effective September 1st. 1956 cr» th* only $itribute» «| Phillips 66 Fuel Oil»-lo the Greater AJton Arta. Order Your Putl QH Now— 5-5412 or 2-7941 mi... . ; "t ••••;':*

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