Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 26, 1956 · Page 14
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PAGE FOtTRTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26,1956 Explorers Seek 3rd Season Win Tonight Marquette After Reverse Of Worst Loss Since 1952 , Mat-queue's Explorers, after Riving up the most points to an opposing team in four years, wil br seeking to reverse Hit situation In a homecoming panic against Chaminadc at Public School Stadium tonight at S o'clock. The Explorers suffered a 31- i; 1 reverse at Ihe hands o! Vallr ol St. Genevieve. Mo., in a Catholic League game two weeks ago, their lasl outing. No team has scored that many points against Marqurlte since Coyle turned the trick in 1952. 33-20. The Explorers, with a 2-3 sfa- pon mark, are 1-1 in conference p i a y this season. Chaminatle. with one victory in five outings this yenr. is 1-2 in the league, i The visitors won their lirsl ; game of the season against I Coyle last week by a 12-7 scorn, j The Explorers defeated Coylr I 7-i this -season. Last year Mar-! quetle took a 20-14 victory over Chaminndr. : Chaminade. which has scored ; in every game so far this year. is lead by a strong backfield. with two fast halfbacks opening up the defense. Coach Ron Holt man s Explorers will have a new backfield to throw at the visitors, .lirn Liller and jJoe Greenwcll will be at the halfback spots, with Larr Dwiggins at quarterback and Jim Joehl, at fullback. Dwiggins and Liller will both he threats at passing. The new alignment of backs was made to give tbu backfield a little more speed and balance, Holtman said. Vic Goeken will be back at center, and Bill Maher will be a newcomer to the starting lineup at right tackle. The others on the line will be in their usual spots with Danny Ochs and Bob Hanneken at ends, Jim V o s s at the other tackle, and Larry Moehn and Jim Falon at guards. The Explorers have defeated Laboure and Coyle while losing to Alton, Jerseyville and Valle this year. t North Junior Downs Granite GRANITE CITY — North Junior High took a 13-7 decision from Granite City here Thursday, with all the scoring coming in the final quarter. Kenny Damron and Floyd Raglin scored for the winners, with Raglin adding the extra point. Damron's touchdown provided, 'the winning margin in the final 25 seconds of the game. Center Jerry Warren was particularly effective on both offense and defense for North. North takes a 3-1 record into a home game with Bethalto next week. The lone defeat came at the hands of West Junior last week. Stengel Voted Best Manager I In Junior Loop | OLKNDALK, Cnlif. A> — Casey Stengel, a wonderful man who has perfected Ihe oratorical double reverse with n split infinitive and flanker 1 ad.ieellvr. is duly grateful and honored to he voted the American League Manager of the Year. He said so today at his homo in Glendale. where he is resting up after lending the New York Yankees to their sixth World Series triumph and seventh pennant in his eight years with the club. Casey scored a lopsided victory in the annual Associated Press poll of members of the Baseball Writer Assn. of America — 164 of the 207 votes. This was 150 more than his rival for the honor, Paul Richards! of the Baltimore Orioles. . ! Casey asked again for the vote and when it was repeated, he grinned from par to ear: "I'm going to a dinner tonight and I want to know if I can tell, 'pm I'm a big man." Richards polled 14 votes. Marty Marion, who parted company with Ihe Chicago White Sox Thursday night, collected 13 votes. Bucky Harris, late of the Detroit Tigers, Lane Denies Marion Will Replace Hutch ST. LOtJIS (*) — General Manager Frank Lane of the St. Louis Cardinals has scotched rumors that Marty Marion, who resigned Thursday as manager of the Chii-ago \Vbite Sox, WHS. returning to Ihe Red Birds. Lane, currently on vacation in Florida, pointed out that Fred Hulchinson has n year lo go on his contract as Red Bird manager and that club owner find President, August A. Busch Jr., has slated he and Lane wil) be back next year. The 3f)-ycar-old Mai-ion, a star shortstop with the Cardinals, resigned after piloting the White Sox for two years. Both limes the club came in third. Marion managed the Cardinals in Iflol. Talk of Marion and Hutchinson switching jobs was one facet of a wave of speculation that followed the resignation. Rhodes Leads Small Colleges In Rushing ~ NEW YORK IB-Bill Rhodes of Western (Colo.) State College! moved from 10th to first place j this week in the small college GIANT STEPS il had 10, and Al Lopez, also late of j football individual rushing listings = the Cleveland Indians, had -1. j following a record-shattering per- of Pinky Higgins, Manager of the Year in 1955 with the Boston Red Sox, got 2, Landy Not Certain About Olympic Games MELBOURNE yP—John Landy, the world's best miler against a clock, is racing against time again. With less than a month to go before the 1956 Olympic Games open, Landy still is undecided about entering. He's been hobbled by a foot injury and has clone little competitive running since his last successful assault on the 4- minute mile, in the United States last summer. Bruised heel tendons scratched Landy. holder of the 3:58 mile record, from the Australian Olympic track trials, but he was named to the team in both the 1,500 and 5,000 meters. Landy needs trial competition now that he is able to run again. But these trials, on which he'll base his decision of whether to enter the games, were banned early in the week by Sir William Bridgeforl, executive director of the games. The ban, set to prevent a "thousand little Olympic Games in the month ahead," was met by strong protests 'from Australian and British runners. Thursday, ihe ban was lifted, giving Landy his chance. Tigers Hope To Snap Shell String formance last Saturday. The NCAA Service Bureau today ! disclosed the 6-1, 205-pound senior ; has gained 793 yards on the ground i in six games. j Rhodes accumulated 327 yards j on the ground and scored 33 points in his team's 60-1) victory over Aflams State last Saturday. His rushing yardage bettered the previous college high of 326 yards by Fred Wendt of Texas Mines in major competition in 1948. Bill Engelharclt of Omaha University continues to top the small colleges in total yardage with 907 in six games. He amassed 178 yards rusfiing and passing against Bradley last week. Charley Bradshaw of Wofford climbed from sixth place to scc- EDWARDSV1LLE. — Roxana, out to protect and add to one of the best season records, will hav.e their work cut out for them against a strong Edwardsville team here tonight. The Shells of Coach Earl McLane, have won six straight games without a loss this year, while Coach Bennie Isselhardt's Tigers will carry a 4-1-1 mark into the game. For comparative purposes, each team has met Madison and Wood River this year. The Shells nipped the Trojans, 13-12, and won over the Oilers, 6-0. The Tigers-, blanked Wood River, 8-Q. and 'tied with Madison, 20-20. The Shells will face a new ar- ond in the total offense rankings j rangement of the Tiger person- witli 889. after picking up 274 yards against The Citadel last week. The individual leaders: Total offense G Plays Yds. 1. Engeihardt, Omaha G 177 907 2. Bradshaw, Wofford 6' 128 89 3. Webb,, St. Am'rose 6 105 77 Rushing G. Rushes Yds. 1. Rhodes, Colo. West. 6 86 739 2. Liv'ston, Heil'berg 5 97 697 3. Deorio, B. Green ..6 102 622 Passing G. Alt. Comp. Yds. 1. Kemp, Occi'l ... 510252625 2. Suclock, Al'right .. 5 105 50 694 3. Anastas, Amn. Intl. 5 81 43 451 Illini Chances For Upset Rest With Backfield Speed Moore Signs For Patterson Title Fight CHICAGO JP—Archie Moore and Floyd Patterson each will collect about $150,000 for their scheduled 15-round fight for Rocky Marciano's vacated heavyweight title in Chicago Stadium Nov. 30. Jim Norris, president of the In temational Boxing Club, gave that estimate Thursday at the lormal contract signing ceremonies. He said the Stadium will be scaled for a $171,000 gate which would set an indoor record if all the 20,015 permanent seats are sold. The record gate is $422.918 for the Tony Kale-Rocky Graziano middleweight championship scrap at the Stadium in 1947. Tickets will range at $5, $7.50, $10, $20 and J30. Moore, the light heavyweight king, and Patterson each will receive 30 per cent of the net receipts, including a $200.000 television-radio melon. The fi;;ht will |je home televised, with the Chicago area (including Milwaukee slid South Bend, Ind.) blacked out, and broadcast nationally. Norris said there was no return bout clause in the conn act "simply because neither fighter is risking anything in seeking Marciano's vacated crown." Moore only missed b e a t i n g j crowd'of 7U19. Marciano for the title by Uvoj In addition lo his left half trou- jnmches In Rooky's last chain-j hi,.s. a sophomore—Tom I taller— will huve to do most of the quar- Slight Oversight SAND IEGO, Calif. .V — A woman parked her convertible, carefully ran up all the windows and locked the doors. Then she walked away, leaving the top down. CHAMPAIGN, 111. ft— Any hope Illinois has of upsetting Michigan State's top-ranked Spartans Saturday rest with the speed that can be coaxed out of a unit of bandaged backs. Injuries are so prevalent that to hear couch Ray Eliot tell it his team will be taped up like mummies. At last word, however, it was definite that star halfback Harry Jefferson will he out. His ailing knee went lame iit!»in. In his left half spot will be Bobby Mitchell, hobbled with a bad knee all season, and Dale Smith, also with leg trouble, Eliot has been steaming up his squad for an upset of the unbeaten Spartans, whose mobile three teams routed Notre Dame 47-14 liisi week and sent Michigan State to No. 1 over Oklahoma in the Associated Press football pull. is a master at keying the Illini and Illinois tnl- There is no tradition to uphold in this game, for il marks only the second time the schools have met on the gridiron. MSU won lasl year's inaugural at East Lansing 21-7, and is a 20-point favorite this time. A full schedule of conference games for the first time this season is on tap Saturday and at least two of them are pivotal in Rose Bowl reckoning. They are Iowa at Purdue and Minnesota at Michigan. These four teams are bidding the strongest for the trip since Ohio State and Michigan State are i ineligible this season. ! Wisconsin is at Ohio Stale and! Northwestern at Indiana to round out the card. Undefeated Iowa the Big Ten's No. 1 defensive team, will try for its fifth straight decision of the campaign against Purdue, which Fight im; ditionally is one of the Big Ten's best spoiler's. After beating California iu the season opener then lusinc to Washington, OJiio Slate and Minnesota, Kliot would like nnlhi'ig belter than to knock off MSU—especially since it's Illini j has been given a homecoming and before a sellout; over Minnesota in has been beaten by Minnesota and lied by Wisconsin in conference ad ion. The Boilermakers, in Hum- best physical condition of the season, are a touchdown favorite. Michigan, with a loss to MSlj! and victory, over Northwestern, 13-polnt edge their little brown ,jug rivalry. The Gophers have two Biy Ten victories and one lie. Northwestern is a slight choice lliles Stout may miss i to defeat the Hoosiers and register the game with a bruised shoulder i iis first conference triumph since that hinders his passing. Haller, j 1954. Indiana broke a three-game however 1 , has bcen^doing a creditable job. pionship defense," said Archie's manager, Charley Johnston. "He has too much experience and punching power for Patter-sun." Moore said he, weighed 190 pounds and will be down to about 186 for the fight. Patterson, 21-y.ear-old funnel- Olympic champion who has a 29-1 j breaking half buck whose 6.7 yard sin team The Buckeyes will be record and 20 knockouts, said he weigh* 185 and plans to carry 182 into the ring. That would be four Minnesota last week. i cunfeivnee record held by Mich! more than he weighed last June! Michigan Stale has netted 1.046; gan. The Buckeyes were upset when he defeated Hurricane Jack-] yards Crushing and 3X1 passing inj i.r.i ueek Y-6 by Perm Stale while s«) and wa* shelved with a frac-i beating Stanford, Michigan, In- Wisconsin was battling Purdue ly lured hand. * 1 duuia and Nrfire Dame, j a 6-l> standstill. losing streak by downing Nebraska 19-14 last week. The load of Illinois attack must - Ohio Slate is favpred by 13 come fnmi Abe Woodson, a game- \ points over an improving Wlscon- per carry is the Big Ten's j out for their 15 consecutive Big best, lie sped 181 yards against i Ten victory which would tie the Minnesota last week. nel, with fullback Buzz Shaw moved to right end, and end Rich Pulliam installed at the fullback slot. Pulliam has an edge on Shaw in weight and speed, and both are adept pass catchers in the Tiger offense which so far this season has seen the fullback on the receiving end of as many passes as the rest of the receivers. The Shells are still plagued by injuries, especially in the backfield. Bob Janssen, leading scorer for Roxana, is slill favoring a bad leg, and while he is able to run, one good jolt could put him out of the game, McLane said. Janssen will probably get to play. Howard Heffner, still recuperating from a knee injury, is expected to see only limited action. The big question mark is Larry Longman, who has been sidelined since the second game of the season. McLane said the cast has been taken off the halfback's leg, and a doctor's examination this afternoon will determine whether or not he will play. In a driving rain storm at Ro.sana last year, the' Tigers walked off wilh a 7-6 victory. Gonzales Meets Bahama Tonight NEW YORK ff>— Two eager 23- year-old middle-weights will try to elbow past the old favorites into the top 10 of the division tonight in a Madison Square Garden match between Yama Bahama and Tex Gonzalez. If Bahama, a 3-1 favorite, loses it would be quite a surprise for he had a 23-fight winning streak until he was upset by Pat Lo'wry at Siiginaw, Mich., Aug. 9. Bahama's manager Bobby Nelnick claimed his fighter first was announced as winner but the decision was changed while .he was leaving the park. He hasn't fought since. In 47 fights since 1953, Bahama has a 40-5-2 record with 13 knockouts. He was slopped only once. NBC will telecast at 9 p.m., CDT. j Dovers Capture Hellrung Title The Dovers won the Hellrunt Teenage Football League championship with a 41-2 pasting of the Explorers Thursday night. Woolf scored three touchdowns and passed lor another, and Coviugion threw three touchdown passes lor the winners, who also scored twice on sale- Oilers Play Harrisburg At Home Tonight WOOD RIVER — Wood River will make anoiher attempt to find East Junior Rally Edges West, 14-13 East Junior High overcame an early 7-0 deficit to hang a 14-13 defeat on West Junior High at Public School Stadium Thursday. At the end of a closely fought ! first half, West scored from the 25 on a statue of liberty play with one minute left to go, and kicked the extra point. But East came back strong in the third period for two tallies. Warriors Promise Tough Opposition For Redbirds Granite City Has Allowed <tt*id Menu Tivo Tallies In Three Games their early season form in a Recovering a fumble on the hcme game against Harrisburg West 40, East moved 'the ball tonight. • down to the 25, from where The contest is scheduled for ; Borman threw to Kodros. Ko- TONIGHT Alton lit Granite City, 8 Chsmlnade at Mnrquette, 8 Harrliburg at Wood River. 8 Roxnna At Edwardsvllle, 8 Mt. Olive at Jerseyvllte. 7:30 Southwestern at Carllnvllle White Hnll at Carrollton Roodhouse at Greenfield Hardln at Winchester Colllnsvllle at East St. Louis Cathedral al Belleville Dupo at Cahokla Gllleaple at Lltchfield Staunton at Benld Virginia at Pleasant Hilt RiturdtT Civic Memorial at Western M.A.. 2 Madison at Highland. f Wheaton,Millikin Face Traditional Foes Saturday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wheaton and Millikin. unbeaten co-leaders of the College Conference of Illinois, face traditional foes eager for upsets Saturday. Wheaton (4-1) is host to North j Central (1-3) with the century-old j "little brass bell" trophy the prize, j The cross - county competition ' dales back to 1900, favoring North; Central 22-13-3, but Wiieaton has! taken eight victories in a row in : the rivalry. Millikin (4-0) entertains Illinois Wesleyan (1-2-1) in the 49th meel-i ing of the series. Wesleyan, 14-61 loser lo Wheaton last week, is out of the title race but has a fine scoring threat with freshman quarterback Vellis Let-as and end Luther Bedford. Millikin also has a strong aerial attack with Larry Kane pitching to ends Pete Innis and Hal Fuson. Joe Lambert and Lou Mitchell give the Big Blue power on the ground. In other CCI engagements Carroll (3-D is at Augustana and Lake Forest 11-2-1) is at Elmhurst (4-0). Only two league sanies are on Granite City, eyeing its best record in years, will provide plenty of opnosltion for the Alton Hedblrds, seeking their first conference win of the season, on the Warrior field tonight. Conch Keith Parker's team it undefeated in its last three games, and Its fresh from a 6-0 Southwestern Conference victory over Belleville. The Warriors dropped their first three games of the season, but since then have won two and tied one. Only two touchdowns have been scored against the Granite City defense in those Jnst three contests. Alton has won three of five games this season. In their last split six games. outing two weeks ago, the Red- Their only common opponent ! l »rds of Coach Elgie Posey drop- Hiis year lias been Carlinvlllo. I l' e( 3 a league decision to Collins- Jerseyville took a 19-13 win from Panthers In Homecoming Game Tonight JERSEYVTLLE —, Jerseyville seeking its fifth win of the season, takes on a new opponent, Mt. Olive, in a homecoming | game tonight. ! It will lie the first meeting ! between the two schools. Coach Joe Jurkanin's Panthers will carry a 4-2 record into the contest, while the Wildcats have i ville, 19-7. The conference-lead- the Cavaliers, while Mt. iost a 7-1."! decision. Homecoming ceremonies will he held between halves, with members of the 1929 and 1930 I foot ball teams as guests at the ! game. Brennan Still I Uncertain Over i Hornuns Status SOUTH BEND, Ind. WV-Defense against Oklahoma's speedy calling of plays and the running pass by halfback Tommy Me? posing plenty of concern for Notre Dame football coach Terry Brennan. Another big problem for the ,1.3-) i young director, whose Irish have lost three of their four starts, is the condition of Paul Hormmg's dislocated thumb. Brennan said it will not be until tap in the Interstate Conference. t)mc Sa , urd bp , orr ho dp . Eastern Illinois (1-1) is al Eastern Michigan (1-2) and Western Illinois (1-2) is at Southern Illinois able to handle the snap-bnck from center and thus continue to be at (2-1). The undefeated leader, Central Michigan (4-01 hosts Milwaukee State in "non-league action, te.rmines if the versatile Harming, who leads Notre Dame in virtually every department of play, will be Memorial Stadium at 8 o'clock, j dros added the The Oilers have won two games I tie the score, in six starts this season. This will be the second game against the southern Illinois school, which extra point to I Omaha is at Northern Illinois and quarterback. Olive ing Knhoks defeated the Wari riors 16-0 earlier in (he season. The Birds lost a 12-7 decision to Granite City lasl year. Spencer Tyson, starting guard of the Redbirds. will not start tonight's game, hut may see some action. The sophomore cut his foot a; home over the weekend, and h.-is mi^ed practica this week. He was lo undergo a doctor's examination this afternoon to de'ermine whether he will be able to play. Starting in his place will b« Kd Midilleton, a junior, with Charles Fisher, a 205-pound senior on the other side of llarole Wittman at center. Hob Diaz and Bob I'nlerbrink will be back at tackles. Jerry Scoggins h.'is recovered from his ankle in.iury and will start at end with Allen Early on the other side of the line. In the barkfield will be the familiar quarter of Bob Davis, Dan Weeks, (iill Moony and Don Wat kins. Warrior halfback Ralph Craycraft is troubled v,ith' a bad knee, but Granite s;ill has a formidable backfirld to throw at the Alton defences. Joe Linhart will quarterback the T formation offense of the took SOaBOn The Oilers opened the season with a one-sided victory against Civic Memorial, and looked good while losing to Edwardsville in the second game, but since then have not been able to click on offense. The defense has held its own, allowing-the opposition only one touchdown in each of the last two games. Borman hit Rogers with a 35- yard pass later in the period, and the end carried the final five yards into the end zone. j Epps carried for the extra point. Wilh less than three minutes left in the final stanza. West recovered a fumble on the East one-yard line. A plunge on the next play brought the touchdown, but West was off side on the extra point attempt. A sec- Illinois Normal invades Lewis for; a night contest. Central Michigan's Chippewas still boast the HAC's top rusher, and passer. Jim Podoley has gained 322 yards in 36 carries for i Bronnan. who had said he would j Warriors, with Harry Basan and decide definitely whether to usei jack Roberts at halfbacks and his star at quarterback or shift j clcon Statton at fullback, him to halfback after Thursday's! Other injuries reported by practices, decided to postpone any! Granite City are first siring full- announcemenl. ibank Dwaine Hall, who missed Brennan has been spending a lot last weeks game because of an 8.9 average. Herb Kipke has hit'- of t j me alternating two freshmen j shoulder injury, and starting end on 14 out of 29 passes for 172. j teams against his No. 1 unit. Just j Sheridan Dm ' " ' Carver Shannon, Southern's sophomore halfback, leads in scoring with 51 points in three games, only 9 short of the HAC 6-game record. Coo is at Knox and St. Loaf at Monmouth in Midwestern Coni'er- as soon as one rookie group ends' a bad cut on his suffered nose against BOWLING UPPER ALTON LANES Classic League Ozlee won 3 from Jacks. Wood River Bowl won 2 from Office Machines. Gibson Furniture won 2 from Osborn's. 200 games — J. Kochan 205; Dycus 225; Autery 224; Steiger 241; Grissom 239; Wells 244 (609); Walton 222; Bauer 224; B. Showers 221, 216, (607); Borman 224, 210; Fensterman 205; Alexander 210. Doubles League Office Machines won 2 from Oxlce. Tower Sservice won 3 from Blackhawks. Gibson Furniture won 3 from 'Wood River Bowl. 200 games—Steiger 206: Springer 204; Dycus 200, 216, 213, (623); Grissom 224; Coleman 210, 227, (616): Showers 225: Bauer 209, 218, (G24J; Althoff 205. BOWL IX V Shell Ladles Shell Mrs. won 2 from Activators. Shellettes won 3 from Firecrackers. Oilerettes won l',4 from Research. Shell Mixers won 2 from Serots. Hige Rnme — Boyd 1S5. Standard Foremnn Permalubes won 2 from A'ky- Intors, Drarinats won 2 from Hybrids. Mechanical won 3 from intraformers. Labor won 2 from Wn-ks Office. 200 cames — Schue 1 "" 220; Cambell ?07: Wishlinski 200. Liilhernn Ladies Bothalto won 2 from All Stars. T-Tam.fi! won 3 from Kdwa r <Tsvi"e. Me«siah won 2 from Prairietown. game Helmkamp l.utliei'iui Men . won 1 from W, R. I*H<;ue. Dnrsey won 2 from Ef'<vaffi«viHe. Me«« 1 >ih wo" 3 from St. Peters, ftnmol \von ? from Tvnt-h. Alton Trinity won 2 fvo™ Roll's Garf^e. 200 ganip« _ rorf'nHc 2U. ACME ALLEYS Thursday Night Luillcs Alton Brass & Casting svon 3 from Sknggs. Alton Boxbourd won 2 from Byrl's. Towne Shop won 2 from- Hitching Post. Ge.r# man &. Co. won 2 from Kas Potato Chips. 200 Bowlers — Recher 213. 7 P. M. Train*. Men O.K. Barber Shop wop 2 from Blackhawks. American Legion won 2 from Nolls. Sid Drake Tires won 2 from Sammons Oro. )>:I5 Thursday Merchants Vic & Ella's won 3 from Pete's. RatliRiib Bros, won 3 from North Side Boosters. Walnut Grove Dui- ry won 2 from J. H. Walters Co. Ten Pin Lounge vvon 2 from J. F. Rowden & Sons, Elm Steel Cleaners won 2 from Exuhaiige Club. Jerseyville won 2 from Hub Tobacco. Alton Jets won 2 from Hays. Club 94 won, 2 from Brown Motor Line. Saale Bros, won 2 from Finley Motors. 200 games — E. Bott, 202; B. Scheffel, 235; Wille, 200; J. Grover, 214; Queen, 212: Tannehill, 223; Chappel), 214, 201; H. Breit- vveiser, 200; Hummel, 200; Zeller, 205, 222. Industrial League Shell No. 2 won 2 from Shell No. 1. Boxboard No. 1 won 3 from Boxboard No. 2. Onized No. 2 won 2 from Onized No. 1. Westerner won 3 from Sinclair. IS Co. won 2 from Godfrey Box. 200 games— Patton, 211: Nagy, 208; Hertel, 225, 201, (618); Farley, 201; Cronin, 232, 212, 225, (669); Middendorf, 220; Clowers, 212, 211. (filSi; Secor, 202; B. Smith, 215, 223; Cown, 224, 209; Nekolo, 211; Arbulhnot, 202, 211, (605); Peters, 216; Tant, 204. Montreal Bows To Toronto, 3-2 ond try for the tying point was j ence games Saturday, stopped, and East protected its' slim margin the rest of the way. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles — Dave Johnson, 145. San Francisco, outpointed Ray Greco, 145, Los Angeles, 10. Boston—Nino Valdes, 210, Havana, knocked out Bob Woodall, 213, Boston, 3. Omaha—George Jarosch, 180, Milwaukee, outpointed Wayne Wo- mochil, 181, Omaha, 8. Philadelphia — Eddie Freeman, 12B, Fall River, Mass., outpointed Wally Livingston, 124, Trenton, N. J., 8. New Brunswick, N. J. — Bob Proviziz, 161, Freeland, Pa., out- pointed Tim ,Jones, 161U, Plainfield, N. J., 8. New York—Angelo De Fendis, ITO^i, Brooklyn, knocked out Archie Whitfield, 167 1 ,*, New York, 1. Br THE ASSOCIATED PRfNS Detroit still rules the National Hockey .League today, unbeaten in six games, but the question isn't who's to beat the Red Wings. It's what's with Montreal's champion Canadiens? The answer, according to coach Toe Blake of the Canadiens is the officiating. "If the officials aren't out to stop us as the winning team of last season, I'll eat my shirt," he said heatedly Thursday night after the Canadiens lost to the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2. Blake conceded his Stanley Cup champions aren't playing up to par, but said the Maple Leafs got away with holding Montreal players repeatedly. The Toronto victory edged the Maple Leafs two points ahead of the Canadiens, who have won only, two of their six games. Toronto now is a point shy of New York, which fell out of a tie for first while idle as the Red Wings kept the Chicago Black Hawks svinless 3-1. A first NHL goal by rookie Bill McNeil! won for the Red Wings, who have been tied twice. It was a 20-foot sizzler and followed Norm Oilman's third goal of the season for a 2-0 Detroit lead in the first period. Harry Watson got one for the Hawks early in the second period, but Gordie Howe matched it in Ihe same period. Chicago belted Wing goalie shots. Glenn Hall with a play, a second battalion charges up to the line, simulating Oklahoma's "speed calls." It gives center Eddie Sullivan a workout calling defensive plays hurriedly. \ Oklahoma, seeking its 35lh' straight victor?' and first over Ihe Irish after losses in 1952 and 1953, j is favored by as much as 21 points in the nationally televised game. : Belicville. While they may no! start, all three are expected to be ready foi action against the Redbirds. Football Games On Radio, TV By TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS Football games scheduled for radio and television network coverage this w e e k e n d: (Central standard time) SATURDAY ABC Radio, 12:30 p.m. Illinois vs Michigan State CBS Radio, 12:30 p.m. Michigan State vs Illinois Mutual Radio. 12:45 p.m. Oklahoma vs Notre Dame NBC Radio, 12:15 p.m. Michigan i Groppell; 8. Fades. Point-getter* vs Minnesota i for the Ka K^cs were: 4, Beeman; NBC-TV, 12:45 p.m. Oklahoma 5 - Lewis : u - Kutter; 14, Bruce, vs Notre Dame SUNDAY CBS-TV, 1 p.m. Chicago Cards vs Washington' Mutual Radio, 1 p.m. Chicago Cards vs Washington e BETHALTO — Roxana won a cross country' meet over Civic Memorial 25 to 36 here Thursday afternoon. It was the final meet of the season for both schools befor* the district run at East St. Louis Saturday. The Shells finished with a 5-2 mark in dual meets. Jerry Manis of Roxana took first place over the 1.7 mile course with a time of 8:40 with Jim Milligun of Civic Memorial second. The other scorers for Roxana were: 3, Sit/e: 6, Walker; 1. Hockey Results By TIIK ASKOCIATKU 1'KKSS Thursday Result* Detroit 3, Chicago 1 Toronto 3,. Montreal 2 Friday Schedule No games scheduled Open 4 A.M. 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