Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 22, 1956 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1956 Leading Lions, Cards Cain Narrow Victories * In NFL Games Sunday WHO SAID RADIO HAD NO FUTURE? Bears Bounce Baltimore, Giants Trounce Steelers »» THE AS.«OCtATKI> The two unbeaten kingpins of the National Football League, the Ivtroit Lions and the Chicago Cnr- rt,tints, are finding their thrones threatened by rumblings of revolt IroBj below. The Lions hold to first plncc in the Western Conference Sunday but barely averted a defeat by the San Francisco 49ers When quarterback Bobby Layne booted a clutrh 17-yard field goal just 17 seconds from the end for a 20-17 victory. The Cardinals, outrushed 229 Evanston Wins Fifth, Maroons Capture Sixth SPRINGFIELD, III. ff - The Evanston Wildkits piled up their fifth win of the season Satin-day, trouncing Waukegan's hapless Bulldogs 37-0 In a Suburban League prep football till. The Wildkits have accumulated yard's to 125,"had to capitalize on i Z15 P° ints this smson, pacing one six pass interceptions, a blocked j of lhe toughest prep football; field-Eonl attempt and two fum-j lea s ues '" lne stale - b!e recoveries, to down the Phil- i LaGrange took its fourth straight' adrlphia Eagles 20-6 and retain i West Suburban loop win 27-7 over i fn>t place in the Kastern Confer-j the Cardinals of Arlington Heights. ] cnrr . I Another West Suburban clnsh end- ! Meanwhile, the elosrst pursuers. ; cd in a smashing 41-20 victory for j the Chicago Bear* in the West and j Glenbard over a York eleven that i the New Vork Giants in the East, i has failed in six straight contests, displayed their mounting strength Proviso's Pirates snatched a 28-0 with lopsided victories. The 'Bears, j \vin when-, they invaded Highland accumulating a 209 yards on the; Park for a Suburban League fra- ground, 268 in the air and 26 first | cas. The defeated Little Giants downs, buried the Baltimore Colts! claim on ]y Olie victory this sea- 58-27. ' son. The Giants trounced the Pitts- DowT1crs Grovei whid , has fajled Grid Results t.OCAL Coulnr.v Day IB, Western M A 6 Chnminnde IS, CoVIc 7 Cahokia 19. Highland fi John Burroughs 23. PrtnclpU 1.1 Culver-Stockton .15. Prlncipi* Col- tff IB. II HIM SCHOOL New Trier 21. Morton 14 IjaQrmtRe 27, Arlington Height 7 EvanMon 37, WaukcRnn 0 Olenbard 41. York 20 Proviso 5ft. Highland Park 0 Tilden 0. Phillips n Walter 41. Harvard School 6 Austin 13, Sclniri 0 Oak Park 20. Niles 19 Marshall 20. Tuley K Wichita Z7, Drake 14 Bowling Green 34. Toledo 13 Eau Claire 13, Lacrosse 7 Illinois 14, Michigan 7 Oshkosh 12, Whitewater 7 Michigan 19, FerrH o Wheaton 14. Illinois Wesleyan t Vlllanova 27, Boston Unlv 13 Tulane 10, Mississippi 3 Kentucky 14. Louisiana State 0 Miss. Southern 27, Memphis Stole 0 Southern Methodist 14. Hicc 13 Arizona 26. New Mexico 12 San Jose State 27. San Diego State 27 burgh Steelers 38-10 on the limber in four previous West Suburban arm of Chuckin' Charley Conerly. j trif , S| edged Rivcrside 2 o-i4. Oak The 32-year-old quarterback! Park aSuburban contender, flipped three scoring passes. In the other games, the Washington Redskins finally won their first after three straight defeats, beating the once-proud Cleveland Browns 20-9. The Green Bay Packers, with a sensational Tobin Rote- to-Billy Howton combination, turned back the Los Angeles Rams 42-17. The Bears' offensive machine is reaching frightening proportions. Sunday's 58 points were the most a Bear team has scored since the 73-0 playoff debackle over Washington in 1940, and raised their per-game total this season to almost 37 points.* Two touchdown passes by Ed Brown to Harlon Hill in the second quarter, for 37 and 68 yards, complemented the superlative work of the runners. George Blanda saw his record consecutive string for conversions broken at 156. But he made up for it by throwing three touchdown passes and kicking a field goal. The Giants exploded for 17 points in the second quarter, 14 in the third and 7 in the fourth alter falling behind 3-0 on Gary Click's first period field goal. Conerly, ex - Mississippi great, completed 14 of 24 passes for 202 yards. In addition to his payofl tosses to Ken MacAfee, Alex Webster and Kyle Rote, Conerly sel up two other scores with 19 and 31-yard passes fp Frank Gifford. The Lions took advantage of an unsuccessful 49ers* fourth down gamble for their victory before 55,662 fans. With San Francisco ahead 17-10 and the ball on the Detroit 41, The 49ers failed to make a first down. The Lions promptly marched for a touchdown on six plays, Layne going over from the one. Leading 6-3 in the final quarter, Philadelphia handed the Cardinals the victory. A fumble and an in- squeaked through 20-19 over a Niles squad with a winless record in four previous Suburban tries. Hinsdale's Red Devils have con^ trol of the West suburban league after their 27-0 drubbing Friday of Maine at Des Plaines. It was Maine's first loss of the season. Cadets Lose Second Loop Contest, 19-0 ST. LOUIS. — Western Military Academy dropped its .second straight ABC League contest to Country Day School, 19-0, here Saturday afternoon. It was also the second straight game in which the Cadets have failed to score. The victory gave Codasco sole possession of first place with a 2-0 mark, while the Cadets dropped to the collar with 0-2. John Burroughs trimmed Principle, 25-13, to put both teams at 1-1. Decisive action was also taken in the South 7 loop where Marion's fourth-place Wildcats triumphed over Mount Vernon in a 14-12 clash. Mount V e r n o n's defeat shoved the Rams out of a three- way tie for first place with Centralia and Benton. Both Centralia and Benton came out on top in clashes outside the South 7. Elgin's Maroons had their sixth taste of victory this season when they upset the Blackhawks of West Aurora 26-14. The Maroons continue to reign in the Big 8, with 186 points to their credit. Unbeaten Sterling trounced Ottawa 25-7 in the critical game for dominance of the North Central's northeast division. Chillicothe made Morton its 27th straight victim after a 33-7 victory. Another high scorer was Galesburg, 59-13 victor over Kewaunee. »vw\v Hlvcr nipples s , i « Ai/-.ltj, \\j £yu i IJI-MII iv-n.1 11^1 lit j. JL The old statue of liberty pla.v hurt the Red Raiders twice, one producing a touchdown and the other setting up a score. The first time, Bill Hall got some good blocking and went 70 yards down the left sideline for a tally in the second period. In the third quarter, the play gained 25 yards to the Cadet 20, from where Jay McMillen carried into the end zone. The final score came on an 80-yarc drive down the field, Dick En gelsmann going over from the one and then kicking the extra point. The Cadets, with only one vie tory in fivfe starts this season take oh Civic Memorial of Bethalto on the Western field Saturday afternoon. Hollywood, Calif. — Paul Armstead, 130'i, Los Angeles, out- pointed Jimmy Moser, ,127 1 ,a, Brooklyn, N, Y., 10. M^*^7^H»lfc" Principia Defeated By Culver-Stockton. 35-18 CANTON. Mo. — Principia College, having a tough time outside the conference this season, dropped its second game in three starts to Culver-Stockton, 35-18, here Saturday. The Indians defeated Illinois College two weeks ago after losing the opener to Carthage. Prin resumes its defense of the Prairie College Conference with a I CHICAGO W) - The forward Penii State Upsets Bucks, Illini Lose 46 College Grid Teams Still Unbeaten By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS Paced by the seven victories of little Missouri Valley of Marshall, Mo., at least 46 college football teams still are unbeaten and untied. Among the major unbeatens, Wheaton each with 4 victories, are top- Millikin ranked Oklahoma, second - rated i Carroll 3 Michigan State, Georgia Tech (No. j Lake Forest . .1 3), Tennessee (No. 7). Southern > Wesleyan ... 1 California (No. 9) and Baylor (No. j NorU/Central 1 C. Michigan Leads HAC$ CCI In Tie By THE ASSOCIATED fnsss Central Michigan's undefeated Chippewns moved into a commanding position to grab off their fifth straight HAC football title while the CCI race settled down to a three-team affair. Paced by halfback Jim Mloiey, Central, racked up its fourth straight Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference victory Saturday with a 20-0 decision over Illinois Normal. Podoley threw one touchdown pass and intercepted a pass and returned it 95 ,vards for another score. Southern Illinois moved into sec- 6nd place with a 14-7 victory, over Eastern Michigan; Western Illinois bounced hapless Northern, 34-6. and Eastern Illinois dropped a 2921 non • conference decision to Evansville. Wheaton and Millikin remained in a first-place tie in the College Conference of Illinois, each posting Its fourth conference victory. Wheaton dumped Wesleyan 14-6 ! and Millikin defeated Lake Forest 28-20. Carroll remniiied in the running with its third victory in four games by downing North Control,! 26-14. Augustnna posted its first; triumph by blasting winless Elm-j hurst, 49-0. Elmhurst has scored! but one touchdown this season while the opposition has tallied 188 points. Four CCI games are scheduled this week with Carroll at August- ana, Lake Forest at Elmhurst, Wesleyan at Millikin and North Central at Wheaton. i IIAC action is limited to games i between Eastern Illinois and East- j ern Michigan and Western and Southern. Illinois Normal is at Lewis and Milwaukee State at Central Michigan in non-conference activity. Birds, Explorers Play Conference Contests Friday <irid Mi-mi Mt. Olive at Glllc«Dl« frUUjr Alton at Granite City, 8 Chaminade at Marquette, ft Harrisburg at Wood River, 8 Roxana at Edwardsvllle, A Mt. Olive at Jerseyvllle, 7:30 Southwestern at Cnrlinvllle White Hall at Carrollton Hoorihouse at Greenfield Hardin at Winchester Collinsville at East SI. Louil Cathedral at Belleville Dupo at Cnhokla Gillette at Lltchfleld Staunton at Benld Virginia at Pleasant Hill Saturday Civic Memorial at Western M.A., Madison at Highland. CCI STANDINGS WL. T. Pet. Pts..OP. 0 0 1.000 161 0 0 1.000 104 The, urday. the Piasa Country Harold Landed Many Catfish A string of 35 to 40 cattish, all 12 to 18 inches in length, were landed ! football and no one knows it any A third period drive for two i better today than Ohio State, the touchdowns gave the Wildcats the, edge, after Principia had taken a brief lead in the first half. 'Culver fullback Phil Morris opened the scoring with a one- yard plunge after the Wildcats marched from their own 34 after taking the opening kick. A 22-yard pass from Ted Mun- necke to Chuck Spangenberg put the ball on the three — from where Dick Teicher plunged over for Principia. Prin scored first in the second period, after recovering a Culver fumble. Mike Ayres threw a 10-yard pass to Ray Mains, to give the Indians a 12-7 lead. The hrnie team moved out in front before the half ended with a 2- yard rush into the end zone. Carl Burns scored twice for Culver in the third ^stanza, once going thr^e yards and again 12 team which shunned an air attack like the plague in powering to two consecutive Big Ten titles. Ohio State was dropped from the ranks of the undefeated by Penn State, 7-6, Saturday and that the Buckeyes were ill-equipped in their efforts to employ the pass was a contributing factor. Ohio State's loss was the only real surprise in Big Ten circles. Michigan State rolled over Notre Dame, 47-14; Minnesota nipped Illinois, 16 - 13; Michigan beat Northwestern, 34-20; Purdue and Wisconsin played to a 6-6 tie; Indiana broke into the winner's circle with a 19-14 decision over Nebraska and Iowa toyed with Hawaii, 34-0. With their vaunted ground attack, which had averaged 333 yards in victories over Nebraska, and Illinois, stymied, the yards after the Wildcats had re- Buckeyes took to the air only to covered a Prin fumble on the 33. f ' nd they were children playing Spangenberg intercepted a pass j on the Culver-Stockton 45 in the fourth quarter. On the next play, he took a 20-yard toss from Ayres and ran 35 yards across the goal line. Morris completed the scoring for the Wildcats with a 14-yard dash later in the period. All five tercepted Bobby Thomason pass! near Grafton Thursday afternoon "The deer season opened on e *tra points tor the Wildcats .. Wednesday and we had all our j were made by place kicks. game by Thursday evening, Mnwdsley related. "But wo were set up two touchdowns for the* by , )ri ,,„,,„ LeBlanc, Cottage '• unable to get our deer out of a Cardinals and another intercepted i Hi | ls reported Mrs. K. (Put) WHR- j deep ravine Thursday and had to Thomason aerial set up the second who with her husband op- of Pat Summerairs two field ; erfltes a fishermen's and hunter's £° als - '< boat dock on Rt. 100. Later in the Halfback Leo Elter scored the| dav c|yde Jx , ona rd, Bethalto, ac : companied Dr. LeBlanc in an effort to catch some catfish himself, but somehow he didn't have the right combination and scored only a few. first Washington touchdown from 5 yards out and quarterback Eddie LeBaron threw a 19-yard payoff pass to Dick James, for the other in a game that saw each club lose its first string quarterback. LeBaron re-injured a bad leg Large Bluegill The bluegill and striped bass and the Browns' George Ratter- were strikin B in Swan Lake Th , urs " man was sidelined with a severely day muming for Jay DeLnno, Fair- wrenched knee that mav end his " loullt Addition, and K. 11. llanni-r, playing career. Lou Gro/.a accounted for all the Cleveland scoring with three field goals. Tobin Rote passed for three touchdowns, one to Howton and two to Gary Nafelc. Howton broke a Green Bay record for most yards gained in a single game held by Don Hutson, making 257 yards on T receptions. Football Stars (B) THE Abr>OrlVIUl I'HI > DJII Watwm. Tcxa.s A i- Made an end Cottage Hills. The men landed 30 pan-si/cd fish. On another recent date, Hanner and his wife fished at the same lake and Mrs. Manner landed a 16-ouncc bluegill. Manner estimates that he has caught several thousand pan fish this year, and an additional 300 or more carp and buffalo weighing up to 24 pounds, by gigging them in spawning season, Manner gained his huge score because he often goes fishing several limo.s a week. Combined Hunting and return Friday with a pickup truck and riding ponies to pull the deer out of the hollow. Caught Itiiinlxnv Trout "Deer were plentiful out there," Mawdsley continued. '"'But upon the suggestion of Kerbcl, we didn't shoot at docs or fawns, of which we saw a great number. Our deer averaged 145 pounds and the average processing fee was 517. The 1 licenses were $20. t The group also fished in crystal- clear mountain streams and all of them caught the limit of 12 rainbow trout each day. I never ate so many trout before, Mawdsley said. Mrs. Mawdsley accompanied her husband to Fairfield where she visited with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. I, (Lois) Mawdsley and children, Harold, Merlee and Joyce. In turn they visited with Lois' parents, Mr. and Mm. Merele Simons, LaMars, Iowa. Hunting wllh Oiitboards Lynn Belsor, 1508 Highland Ave.. asked whether a fisherman would , be allowed to shoot ducks if his Six buelf deer were bagged in. craft is anchored while he is fish-j ing. Regulations say that such > LINEUPS PLAYER POS. I'rlnclpla (18) Culv-Stock. L, K L, T L G with matches. Ohio State tried 10 passes. Three were completed and two were intercepted. One interception came in the third' quarter when the Bucks tried to pass for a touchdown from the three-yard line, a move which may have cost them the game. 10). Among the unbeaten: Seven Games Missouri Valley Six Games Wyoming Hillsdale Central Michigan Five Games Anderson Platteville • Four Games Yale Miciiigan State Oklahoma Tennessee Southern California Princeton Georgia Tech Iowa Baylor Air Force Academy Three Games Wayne Mich. Milton Wis. TP OP 166 69! Augustana Elmhursl . 1 0 2 1 2 1 3 0 3 0 0 4 .750 .333 .333 .250 .250 0.000 30 58 35 89! 53; 55 9S ; 94 77. 7 188 i 163 189 189 131 52 HAC STANDINGS j W. L. T. Pet..Pis. OP. Central Mich. 400 1.000 137 33 j Southern 111. .210 111. Normal .220 Eastern 111. .110 Western 111. .120 Eastern Mich. 120 73 15 1 Northern III. 030 .667 .500 .500 .333 .333 .000 60 39' 31 41 j 14 39 ! 60 35 6 71 j 42 78' 97 42 130' 27 181 12 134 113 129 90 88 20 62 13 62 13 53 59 Mains Depew Ellis Krusz SchierhoU Tyrell Lamperts Munnecke McBurney Spangenberg Hcldkc R T H E Q B L H H H F B Score by Quarters: Principia Culver Scoring: Prli- >ola Mains, Spnngr.M rns Moore Morris 3 4 1 2 660 O—18 7 7 14 7—35 TD — Teicher, ... ... Culver-Stockton TD—Morris i.. Burns (2), Rezney; EP—Gable 111. Toneff 131, Dewey. Substitutions: Principia — Ayers, Byrd, Cranda.ll. Funke, Gosnell, Han- III), Hocker, Mochel, Nolle, Purccll, Priddy, Richards, Hoyce, Simpson, Smith, Stonoman, Teicher: Knadler, Lappin. Culver—Barber, Conn, Zle- mek, Krause, Schulze. Hunt, Rezney, Goodln, Toneff, Waterkotte, Officials: Referee, Teuscher. plre, Orr. Linesman, Gleason. Um- STATIST1CS First downs Yards rushing Yard> passing Total yardage Passei attempted Passes completed Passes intercepted by Fumbles Fumbles lost Penalties Yards penalized two days by Jauii'i, .MawdhU-y. 1011 /one inU'rcepiion Nolle PI., and party during tine hunting j s permissible providing' that stopped a founh-quarler Tex-; past two weeks while on a hunting | the boat is beached resting at an-' as Christian march, then capped mid fishing trip at Ivan Kerbel'i! c |, or , or fastened within, or tied a comeback drive with an 8-yard K-Bar-7. culUo ranch immediately alongside of any type; in TD pass that tied the score in near Sheridan, Wyo. Others 7-6 upset victory. Claude Bcnham, Columbia Pespite Injured leg, played 60il4, Fairfield, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. ; the group included Mawdsley's I son, Jrvln, and grandson, llulph minutes, passing lor 171 yards, Harold Mabon, and Mr, mid Mrs. including tvvt touchdowns, and Ben Cllne and daughter, Cindy, 10, plunged (or a TD in 26-20 upset I the latter couples of Ottunnva, of Harvard. ' Iowa. Olympic Cagers Practice Press For Russians of fixed hunting blind. However, it is advisable to keep your motor tilled out of water during the actual time* you are stalking or shooting game, according to K. L. (Buck) Roger*, noted outdoor writer. Make sure your boat Is definitely anchored Only the men and Ralph hunted j and have the anchor rope proml- Bi;> Horn inoun- \ nently displayed for all to see, he - INDIANAPOLIS Olympic basketball team, well informed about a reported Russian aversion to the full - court press, obviously has spent many hours developing this defensive strategy. The .plympians held the Phillips Joe Walton, Pittsburgh—Scored twice on brilliant puss catches the deer in the and runs, covering 28 and 59 yards Uiim. during in 27-14 decision over Duke. m<.>'>M- ami ;mie Gene Newton, Tulane—Took off Mawdsley snicl. on 88-yard scoring dash to upset Cindy rcniainr-ij ;,i camp l.'j miles j jmd Leu ShunU.:5014- Brown St.,; Fieldlmuse. Mississippi 10-3. | from lhe rnm-h at the top of the 1 hunted ducks near Mo/sier recently j A crowd of 6,600 turned out for Dick Borstad, Minnesota — > mountains where it was dry and-and, although they saw five, they Oilers, National Industrial League champions, without a field goal I for nine minutes Saturday niaht 1 and beat the Oklahoma Club. 73- The uuinen find! ..Del cherry, 3119 Oakwoud Avc., tiO, In an exhibition at Butler time elk, | added. wen- sighted, i KI K htcd \Vulcrtuwl Only Boosted 12-yard field goal in final two minutes to defeat Illinois 1613. C()ld ,. a ,,g ing down lo 32 degrees. failed to get a shot. It is still too They camped qul three days and j early in the season Jor ducks, two nights. I Cherry commented. Hie first game of a 10 . game exhibition series. They saw Bill Russell repeatedly pluck Phillips' shots out of the air and the whole Penn State took a 7-0 lead in the fourth quarter and Ohio State passed its way to the three and PLAYER ' Don Clark plunged over. Frank GubVe ; Krcniblas' attempted conversion j scheiter ! was wide. i Mallory ! Michigan State loomed as the rnn ' P ower '" tlle Bi S Ten with Brewer i its one-sided victory over Notre 1 Burns Damp - Aside from being,, four deep the Spartans displayed a versatile attack absent from the Big Ten since the great post-war Michigan teams. Dick Borstad provided the heroics in Minnesota's victory over Illinois which kept the Gophers in the running for Rose Bowl honors. Borslad's 12-yard field goal with less than three minutes to play snapped a 13-13 deadlock and gave Minnesota its second conference triumph against one; tie. Michigan spotted Northwestern one touchdown and then blasted the scrappy Wildcats with fpur first half .touchdowns to ease to victory. Fullback John Herrnstein, one of the nation's better sophomores, scored three times. Fumbles and pass interceptions marred the Purdue-Wisconsin bat-' tie. The tie all but eliminated! both teams from Rose Bowl con- 1 sitieiation since each is already saddled with a conference loss. Indiana rallied for two fourth- quarter touchdowns to score Its first triumph of the season. Fullback Bob Fee, a converted end, The U.S. j plunged tor both scores. A full schedule is on tap this weekend featuring the Minnesota- Michigan clash at Ann Arbor for the Little Brown Jug. Both the Gophers and Wolves have high hopps for a trip to Pasadena. Michigan Slate will be at Illi- mils, Northwestern invades ln- dinna, Wisconsin is at Ohio Slate' ami unbrnlcn Iowa goes to Purdue where a victory could propel the Hawks into the title picture. Iowa does not meet Michigan State. NFL Standings Eastern Conference W L T Pet. .TP OP Chi'go Cards 4 0 01.000 95 43! New York 310 .750 124 75 Phil'phia 220 .500 61 77 Pittsburgh 130 .250 71 100 Cleveland 130 .250 3? 60 Washington 130 2.50 45 83 Western Conference" Detroit 400 1.000 95 68 Chgo Bears 310 .750 147 83 Green Bay 2 2 0 .500 117 107 Los Angeles 130 .250 95 106 Baltimore 130 .250 102 148 San Fran'col 3 0 .230 7S 119 j Sunday Scores j Chicago Boars 58, Baltimore 27 j Chicago Cards 20, Philadelphia 6 Washington 20, Cleveland 9 New York 38, Pittsburgh 10 Detroit 20, San Francisco 17 Green Bay 42, Los Angeles 17 Oct. 28 Schedule Chicago Bears at San Francisco Detroit at Los Angeles. Green Bay at Baltimore Philadelphia at New York Pittsburgh at Cleveland Washington at Chicago Cards Games This Week Carroll at Augustana Lake Forest at Elmhurst Wesleyan at Millikin North Central at Wheaton Eastern Illinois at Eastern Michigan Western at Southern Milwaukee State at Central Michigan Illinois Normal at Lewis ' Omaha at Northern Coe at Knox St. Olaf at Monmouth Carthage at Makato Rangers Whip Chicago, 4-1 BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The New York Rangers today were in second place in the National Hockey League — a jump of two spots in one day — and apparently ready to make trouble for the leaders. The Broadway Blues licked the Chicago Black Hawks Sunday night, 4-1, while the Boston Bruins tied the league • leading Detroit Red Wings, 3-3. That left the Wings with eight points and the Rangers with six. Montreal, Toronto and Boston were bunchejj with five apiece while the Black Hawks had one. Guy Gendron, who scored only five goals last season, set the puck into the net twice for the Rangers. Tony Lewlckl and Andy Bathgate contributed insurance markers. The Bruins had to come from behind twice to. gain their tie with the Red Wings. Several Rules Changes Made For Basketball CHICAGO .T — Nineteen downstate meetings to interpret l!Tifi-57 basketball rules will be conducted the first two weeks of November by the Illinois High School Assn. Five rules interpreters, appointed by the IHSA. met in Giicago Sunday to receive instruction. 1 ! on proper rules' interpretations from j J. V. Porter, National Federation! of High School Assns. Executive | .secretary and' secretary of thej National Basketball Committee. The five, men arc Frank J. Falzone, Rockford; Joe E. Frank, Champaign; Ernest Liebcrson. Chicago; Ted Search, Chester: and M. F. Sprunger, IHSA assistant executive secretary .of Chicago. They will preside at the various downstate meetings. Major rule changes include: 1. The rule against goal tending; now applies to the offense as well! as the defense. j 2. On a free throw, the first two! alleys on each side of the lane must be occupied by opponents of the free thrower. j 3. Players, during a three throw, i and non-jumpers, during a jump! ball, may not have either foot across the restraining lines. 4. It is a technical foul if a player grasps the basket ring or! net. 5. A throw-in may not be made from directly behind the basket. 6. If a technical foul occurs before the jump to start any period, the period is started by adminls- tering the penalty. 7. On a jump, the ball becomes, alive when it leaves the official's' hand, but the clock does not start until the ball is legally tapped. SS. Peter & Paul, CCH Take Wins After t\vo home games and an open date, Alton takes to the road for the first time since Sept. 28 Friday night, when th* Redblrds invade Granite City for a Southwestern Conference game. Alton is 0-1 In the loop, while the Warriors _have «plit two games. , The game which will probably decide the title in the conference will be played at East St. Louis the same night, with the league- leading Collinsville team as guests. The Kahoks have two loop victories, and the Flyers will be playing their first conference game. Marquette, with a 1-1 mark In Catholic League play, takes on Chaminade at Public School Stadium. The visitors defeated' Coyle Saturday for their first league Win after two defeats. Wood River plays host to Har- rishurg and Roxana plays at «Edwardsvi)lc in non-conference games, .lerscyville plays host to Mt. Olive. In the Soulh Central Conference. Southwestern plays at Carlinville nmi Staunton is at Bcnld, while Gillespie plays a non-loop gn'me with Litchfiold. Carrolltori entertains W h i 11 Hall; Hardin is at. Winchester, Greenfield plays host to Roodhouse, and Virginia is at Pleasant Hill in a full Illinois Valley Conference card. Belleville plays host to its city rival. Cathedral, to round out the area schedule. Civic Memorial plays at Western Military Academy Saturday afternoon, while Madison travels to Highland for a Midwestern Conference game. The only other Midwestern Conference fame of the weekend sees DUJKJ at Cahokia Friday night. Moose 'Bowlers Down Jerseyv'lle »' JERSEVVILLK - Tiif A-, n Moose bowling icTi:n «on !.•'•*« games from Jrr.v>>vii!,\ with a total score of 27Ki hero sund.-i}. Jprs*yville had I'.'i'l. Taylor was i]:,q'n for Alton u ;n ;?00, and Long for Jersi'yvTa' with 11)9. Hockey Results Sunday Ko.HuIln New York 4, Chicago 1 Boston 3. Detroit 3 Saturday Result* Montreal 5. New York 0 Boston 2. Toronto 2 Momtay Schedule No games scheduled SS. Peter and Paul nipped St. Ambrose, 6-0, and Catholic Children's Home defeated Si. Mattiiew, .'4-7, in Parochial Grade School! League play Sunday. Next week's action sees SS. Peter and Paul play St. Patrick at 1:30 and St. Ambrose meet St. Mary at 3. 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