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Friday, October 9, 1953
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Corpus Christi Tops G-O,19-13 Friars Defeat Blackhawks on 4th Period TD Coach Uob Drolct's Corpus Christi Friars made it two in a row yesterday afternoon at Oquawka as they spoiled the Gladstone- Oquawka Hlaekhawks'. homecoming, scoring in the first, second and fourth, periods to down the hORt team, 19 to 13. This gave the Friars a .500 record for the season with two wins and two losses. They dropped games to Abingdon and Knoxville beforo winning at R.M.A. last week. However, the Blackhawks, who had lost their three previous en counters, gave a good account of themselves as they fought back to even the score twice before falling behind for good in the last quar tor. The Friar backficld was operating in fine style, especially Jack Hcnncnfcnt who scored two of his team's touchdowns. The small but hard driving Corpus Christi halfback was the main cog in the Friar running attack The middle of the Irish line also turned in a good job but inexperience at the ends seem to hurt. The Friars have been hit hard by Injuries at this position Dorrance Vice of G &. 0 brought fans to their feet with an electrify ing 88 yard run early in the 2nd quarter. Vice circled left end and out sprinted the Corpus Christi secondary for the TD that evened things up at 6 to 6 Prior to that, in the first quarter, Frank Seibert, who also stood out in the Friar running game, had smashed off tackle for eight yards and the first touchdown of the afternoon. His run culminated a 56-yard drive. The Friars went out in front again when Hennenfcnt pushed over from the one to end a Corpus Christi drive that started on their own 35. Nick Seibert kicked the extra point. G & 0 struck back when a pass from Gerry McOlgan to Duanc Brown clicked for 52 yards and the TD. McOlgan flipped to Larry Whitmore for the PAT and the score read, Corpus Christi 13, G & O 13. Hennenfcnt cracked over from the G & O 12 for the final and winning score-of the game. A bad Blackhawk punt set this score up Corpus Christi racked up 12 firs! downs to the host team's four dur ing the game but the Blackhawks had the aerjal advantage with five out of 11 to the Friar's two out of eight. C. C. gained only 20 yards via the air while the G & 0 charges garnered 73 Corpui Christi (19) Gladilona-O (13) Whitmore Morgan JameB Fullerton McGrlff Devore Brown McOlgan Stevenson Dixon Vice Corpus Christi - (5 7 0 6—19 Gladstone-Oquawka 0 13 0 0—13 Touchdowns; Corpus Christi—Hen­ nenfcnt (2), F. Seibert. G-O—Vice Brown. Points after Touchdowns — Corpus Christi, N. Seibert; G-O, Whitmore. Conley to Join Boston Celtics BOSTON Wl—Regardless of the Milwaukee Braves' orders, Gene Conley, their 6-8 farmhand pitcher, says he will rejoin the Boston Celtics for the 1953-54 National Basketball Association season. The towering righthander, voted the American Association's most valuable player after winning 23 games for Toledo, has been Instructed by Dr. Thomas A. Kelley, the Celtics' physician, to rest his ailing back for a month. Conlcy's condition is a lumbo-sacral strain. General manager John Quinn of the Braves said Conley plays an important part in that National TD BOUND — Jim Martin (37) of Roscvillc slashes through a big hole in the Knoxville line for five yards and another Panther score. Other Identifiable players in the picture arc Scott Ault (34) and Jim Thrush (40) of Roseville; Jim Benedict (66) and Walt Bradbury (86) of Knoxville. The Panthers won this Little Six Conference game. 40 to 0. (Register-Mail photo.) Nichols 1 e Kelly It N. Seibert lg Allen c Holland Tg Laule rt J. Boone re Hagerty qb Hodlch lhb Hennenfcnt rhb Belezos fb Streaks Host To E. Peoria Roseville in Skmsh Seeks 40.0 Win Over ££. 0 ~ Blue Bullets With three games—and three losses—behind I hem, Knox's Si- ( washers have reached the pointj G AUSBURG, IUINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1953 "ac-Ptl by Irvin Sprout whojwhere they'll have to dig in if they: "~ romprd to three touchdowns in the are to come out ahead on their' first half, the Roscvillc Panthers PAGE 1» had ... „ (1 . , ^|eight game schedule. Game No. 4 "lings their own way last , ,, . . , niKhl at Knoxville as they powered! loorns U P Saturday afternoon at over the Blue Bullets, 40 to 0. 11:30 at Willard Field, and Coach Sprout started I hints out for! IIarold Turner's crew is going all Abingdon Defeats Alexis, 33-7, out in an effort to break the losing In Little Six Conference Game string. ; _ , Carleton College of Northfield.i Abingdon's smooth clicking Commandos downed Alexis, 33-7, last winrl up a Roscvillc drive that beiMinn., will be here for tomorrow's night at Alexis in a Little Six Conference tilt in a game that wag gan on ji. 0 un 33 yard line. Tbe'l? an <ic, a feature of the Knox Dad'smuth closer and belter than the final score might indicate, extra point attempt was no good.'^ay celebration. The Carls havei The Commandos tallied single touchdowns in each of the first downed Cornell this year, but have'thrce periods, and picked up a pair in the final quarter, while the Car- dropped games to Monmouth and finals hit paydirt in the third frame. Lawrence, the two teams currently 1 Paul Way paced the Abingdon scoring with two touchdowns, while leading the Midwest Conference Tucker, Davis and Bulkelcy each; race. jscored once. John Elder marked «eore M„„,i ... ,o ,„ x ;„ . Carleton has a capable teamjuP the Alexis TD on a beautiful; n L ^ > arfi run behind some *°° d J^mllc going into the final pe jarc , ough tnrougn the cen ^ r ^blocking things out the Pan!hers in the first few min utcs of the name when he smashed over irom the Knoxville seven to Sprout, -truck apain before the quarter ended when he skirted ripht end lor 76 yards and another TIJ for the visitors. This time Phil Hill kicked the extra point and the Lane to Stay John Sharer. Alexis right guard, 3 With Chisox CHICAGO m — Baseball's super TACKLED—Walter Bradbury of Knoxville is tackled by an unidentified Roseville player in the Blue Bullet-Panther game played at Knoxville last night. However, before being brought down, the husky Bullet fullback picked up a few yards around end. Action took place in the second quarter. (Register-Mail photo.) It will be Dad's night at Lombard Field this evening as the GaJcsburg Silver Streaks play host to the Red Raiders of East Peoria in an Illini conference game. Neither GaJcsburg nor East Peoria have scored a victory on the! t | ie , amf , • . field so far this season. The lonej tnR and Galesburg win was on a forfeit over Peoria Central — Central won, 33-12 but used an ineligible player. East Moline and Peoria Woodruff also scored lopsided victories over the Streaks. _ East Peoria, having one of their, has ! " ^ rior! I the line, with experienced men; i! non ,, r Again it that man Sprout-filling the forward wall positions, " v '« » he ^""J™ S? ar entering the limelight as he inter- Coach Wally Hass had one big of the contest a he ^ . copied a Knoxville pass and gal'problem at the start of the season £ c j£ l > 8"™'" 'iL n rl D er S ! loped 45 yards down the sidelines* in the .b.cnce of experienced .^^J^iJSS JrnedTn Lies man, Frank Lane, is remain- or another Roseville «uchdown ; ends, and he has lost a •^ e fy\ w [ nb fine defensive play for the ing in the Chicago White Sox fold In the second stanza. Hill dupli :back Ted umcbakken, due to m- jv|a but nc also sct up the after completing the season's best rated his successful conversion at-jjuries. Pnrnp ilast Abingdon touchdown by inter- squceze play. He has turned down 7 , „•„ „-„ T u ihmnlh ^n fine ,tile a t ounrtcr opting a pass and rambling forty an offer from the Baltimore A pa- from 11.11 to Bill Jahns £ rough nfine si yle a t quarter- i * » A , exis ^ before Orioles, covered 40 yards and gave the back in the Carls split T, «nbal-J au , ed down> , Lane probably has emc bred with ir fourth TD late in ; ' n "' d ,J ln ,? ly £ e ° f P° Alexis was a hustling, well a new White Sox contract calling Hill again made; Car] fline it , big, witn «ur; that f . ,j bowed.f or a salary or bonus boost and he Panthers T oug . n , iac r es ' ™? a ™.. ? y UJCK T« .K» cnnorinr nlnv nnd man- elf\r\A tnr fivn vnnre Panthers the led, 27 to 0, at halftime Martin scored from the Knoxville lindekueel a 220 nounder t0 the s"P erior P Iav and man ".good for five years. Knox Coach HaroTd Turner is P™er of JheKnox^ County power-. The White Sox general .manager '"still at work trvine to devclon a house - Abingdon held a 13-0 lead reportedly has been working under e in the third quarter and 31 w °J* n? ,f n ™ aA 7 at halftime, but an Alexis score by a $35,000-a-year contract with a more consistent line. At Jlmes, Elder narrowed the mar gi n to 13-7,bonus clause paying five cents for ievery paid admission over one 'million. On this basis, he made as until as 551,411 in 1951 when the Hill split the uprights again as the Panthers rolled on. the Siwash forward wall can look: very good—but then there are the early in the third frame. the and last two! GrinnellJ 1st Quarter even terms top-heavy scores. Probable Lineup The final touchdown of the eve- „,,,„_ i„ ni; ca • '1 M- *' R ,:°'oer times. in poorest seasons in years, hasj"" , .' n,c v 1cn / u XV „, s games, with Coe and onnneii,' pj av W as on even leims UHUI C - ,,„„ „ „ nnnr j , „, v,„„„ bowed to Pckin and Spalding by f ™ h l u r r .^e Blue > Bui- Knox has ouigail . ed its opponents,' m ] d way in the period when Tucker %?Jl™ reC ° rd 1 ' 328 ' 234 h ° me lh,s time the try for d , , t In.last ^'^whipped a pass to Cozad! cover- ; at ^^ enrCeLane nor club president loss to Gnnnell, the Pioneers just ing 40 yards that moved the ball, M r rnmi , k . v ', l1ri rnn . 2-Ojpushed the Siwash defense aside in ;to \ he Alexis 33 yard marker. Dick ^^ane got a belter con- oesj th e opening minutes of the game Tucker then twisted and turned f™ J* 1 u u s i| n |ficant that Sfe ^ThS™ ™?,lS^P ^riroh .n«, :on thC - nCXt S Iay /°/TH e - Th H Rejected offer 0 the Orioles was There could be several changes conversion attempt failed and; ] d . h 000 salarv on a f rt fe P S U ? P i K Tr^ Ab ^ n ^ d0 ? l6d ' 6 -°/L the C, H Uarter - 1 rveVear be pact .%ira £ tonL°aBd Caltiburg Stewart Lindbcrg Wilson Montgomery Johnson Sargent D. Johnson Harwood Fay Leon Swanson le It IB c Tg rt re qb Ih rh fb E*ii Paerla Gustafson Walters Pennington Cnnnett Scheerer Boundy Doztcr Hamilton Glossich Abner Seibdraht lets' eight extra point was no good. Roseville. now sporting Little Six Conference recoi Illinois Colleges Get Competitive Football Flavor By UNITED PRESS The College Conference of Illinois football season gets a competitive flavor when six teams move into tough league play Saturday. Meanwhile, the Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has only two conference games slated this weekend, but several schools will meet some rough non-conference opposition. In the CCI, Millikin University, under new Coach Jack Allen, meets Elmhurst at Decatur in a night game. Elmhurst has won two non conference contests and is considered a tough opponent for last year's co-champion Millikin. Lake Forest, which has shown a powerful ground game this season, will meet Illinois Wesleyan at night. The Foresters came from behind last week to take Augustana 20-7. A passing duel may highlight the North Central-Augustana go. The Augustana Vikings have an experienced line and a top pass receiver in Jack Whan of Rock Island. North Central is relying on its veteran back field led by passing ace, quarterback Dean Harshbarger of Napervillc. Whcaton meets Western Illinois under the lights. Wheaton has not been scored on this season, but has netted 62 points. In the IIAC, Michigan Normal's ITurons tackle the Panthers at Eastern Illinois in their first conference play. Normal will be seeking its fourth straight win. Eastern has lost two in a row, one a conference game to Central Michigan Little York Rips Media, 47 to 25 jZippers Rip Macomb, 19-6 The Eagles of Little York werei^ o. c ^ GJe^ SUvjnh.getf. flying high last night as they imained among the ranks of the downed Media, 47-25, behind the u statos unbeaten prep grid teams four-touchdown efforts of McVey.jby rolling over the Macomb Bomb- Two of his runs were of the 60; er £. 19 -£ at Macomb. The Zippers have now downed Geneseo, Abingdon, Carthage and loop game. Rojevillc (40) Jahn 1c Thrush It Ault \g Farr c Murrcll r? Brooks rt Carlbf-ry r? Hill <;b Sprout lhb Ross rr: h Martin ib KBOX H!!,\/„ 0 ,! IN TNE Houston . Chism ! tomorrow. Reserve center Tom; Abingdon moved 60 yards on ai hI . rk nf , fn „ k well againstimarch to score their second TDj DJ0CK ot r 0CK ' yard type, while the others were around 40 yards. Little York held a slim, 14-7 lead at the end of the first quarter, but then they broke the contest wide opert in the second period with a 21 point outburst to lead Media, 35-7, at the intermission. Media outscored the Eagles, 1812, in the last half. Little York (47) Media (25) Macomb in order and next Friday nigM they are host to Can G. EradburviSeidel showed up Anderson! Grinnel! - and could § et a starting: 0 f the contest with Way and Mccuo!assignment. And halfback Carl|Tucker carrying the offensive load Moore Hoehn, who saw action for the^o the one. Paul Way then hit Br r pece first time since returnin S from| ce nter to tally and Way converted Gibbs:service in last Saturday's game,;to make the score, 13-0 at the in- w. Bradbury!will probably be among the firstItermission for the Commandos. " 1 %Z 4 l eleven to ta.':e the field for Knox. [Abingdon completely dominated sprout (3), Martin, Injuries are still causing some.the play in this period and it was i difficulties for the Siwashers. Twojonlv the stubbornness of the Alexis Points «fur Touchdowns: Hill (4). jbacks are out of action now, thougliidefense that prevented more scor- Bill Hall may be ready to play to-Sing, morrow. Reserve fullback Garyj 3rd Quarter Weissenslein will probably be; On the first play from scrim- sidelined for some time due to ajmage John Elder, behind wonder- practice' injury, however. iful downfield blocking, scooted 73 RoseviH* 13 14 KnoxviiU .. Touchdowns Ross, Jahn Red Wings Whip Rangers, 4 to I; HwvJas Boiv, 3-0 Valley Vikings Trip Avon, 7-6 A touchdown and extra point in the final quarter of the game gave the Valley Vikings a 7 to 6 victory over Avon Trojans in a game played at Fairview last night. The Trojans took the lead in the second quarter on Bradshaw's .„ touchdown but the conversion was And Vnd" Jack" Fischer is still iyardTlo"pa U ydl^ Norris Sot the tieing TD bothered by a broken finger. Thejextra point and the Cardinals Siwash place kicker, he has alsojt railed, 13-7. The Commandos had some trouble with a bad knee. Olson le Waterman Boock c Neff Kinney re Bush Blddlo qb C. Johnson McVey lhb B. Johnson Free rhb Torrance Little York 14 21 6 C—47 0 0 16—115 Woodruff Crushes Canton, 57-6, iu Illini Contest Peoria Woodruff notched their fourth win of the year last night as they poupded Canton, 57-6 in an Illini conference game at the Peo -ljyindish sales na stadium. The Warriors scored nine touchdowns against the Little Giants with Ken Sutter getting credit for three. Woodruff held a, 31-0 lead at halftime. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rookies more than held their own Thursday night as National rOTln "&Vannual7a r onmo^^ League opening games! . A . . coming game. went about as expected. The; Ail-AllieriCanS tO Monmouth scored early in the league champion Detroit Red; D gagmc and was never headed asiWhtf* whipped New \ork 4-1 and ; |3e Jf eatlireCl IU Jerry McBride passed to Bob Mc-'Montreal's Canadians, the Stanley; Kee in the end zone. McKee added'Cup winners, defeated Chicago 3 -,Kaaffer-lJclail lilt the extra point to give the Zippers °- i mo Ax-^r-Tr-o <« m * a 7-0 lead in the quarter I Dutch Reibel, a 23-year-old De- ! (L OS ANGELES (ft-Two out- Both teams tallied' 6* Doints in' troit rookie, took over as center? tandin g candldate ,s for All-Amer- a punt for 82 yards to score and the second frame, but \ZZu\l "between Gordie Howe and Tedi ^^f^"' ^^S^S 1 "' 01 2 ^ ^ S ^ ° n him > hit pay dirt again in the third per-L'ndsay and scored an assist on:"°" e L t p^, r ?L^'„ "/'Vr A iod. Wood and Chamberlin tallied "cry Red Wing goal. Ike Hildc-^^f.^ Paul Cameron of UCLA the oUier Monmouth markers^ A brand, just up from Cleveland, l lead . ^^^^mates into an mter- 88-y.rd run by Jackson gave the Scored New York 's goal 1D Memo " rSt ^^^af^i'n Montreal the new star was ^ ^ -er Oregon mouth has had their goal One Jan^a, ^fUSciaS I . Rocket) Richard scored twice and ^ nat £" aI P° 11 ' are favored ^ n !• O | Doug Harvey once. ;• Thp P jg j m tMn> lacking , g •JllWll^lC•^ ,, i^PftFP ^l NEW YORK (API-National Hoekev regulars who figured in VTT "**^ ^V/vr* ; League standings include Thursday jschool's 1952 Rose Bowl aggrega- League club's 1954 plans and pre-ji as t week fers to have him play winter base-; Southern Illinois will be host to ball instead of basketball. Northern Illinois. Southern has lost The Celtics are reported to have paid Conley $8,000 last season and, most likely, he has been raised for 1953-54. "I have not talked personally with Quinn but I intend to play for the Celtics, regardless of what he says," Conley said. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS two games, one in conference play. Northern dropped its opener against Beloit last week, 31-7. In non-conference games, Western Illinois meets Wheaton for the eighth contest between the two schools. Western's Leathernecks have a 4-3 edge in the series. They met last time in the 1949 Corn Bowl when Western from Macomb SPEED - SPILLS - THRILLS Stock Gar Racing Sunday Afternoon, Oct. 11 BIG 50-LAP CHAMPIONSHIP FEATURE Time Trials 1:00 - First Race 2:30 QUAD CITY SPEEDWAY 1 mile east of Airport — Moline ADMISSION Adults $1.25 Children free, accompanied by adults. MAINTAINED REST ROOMS - CONCESSIONS POLICED PARKING Bucking Bronco NEW YORK UP) — Casey Tibbs, Ft. Pierre, S. D. won $1,560 at the AUTO DEALERS LEAGUE . 854 755 87fi R 4 Puekett Buick 799 833 863 7 5 Rowe Jets 785 738 7-17 6 6 Wataga Motors _ 782 786 816 3 9 High Individual Series Danielson 173 175 182—530 Masters 168 189 168—SI'S Oakes 178 N6 167— »8!> Petersen „ _ 172 142 1 Richardson 158 170 153—481 night's games*. \V Montreal . 1 Detroit 1 Toronto 0 Boston 0 New York 0 Chicago 0 Galva Scoots by Elmwood, 25 to 0 jtion, also is unbeaten in games this ,fall with Penn State and Mar- iquette. J Ameche, 209 - pound power 'runner, goes into the game a marked man. The Horse gained iU5 yards in 28 carries against LLC r» 1 ivr i i>? ! penn state - 112 in 21 against Mar- 53-481 -sugar Bowl Weekend" i qu ette. NEW ORLEANS LT) — A two-i Cameron, 185, who runs, throws I day appreciation program to honor and punts, is the main gun of the ;the 39 found2rs ot the 20-year-old UCLA single wing attack. Sugar Bowl athletic program opens ; UCLA capitalized on breaks to came back to go ahead, 20-7 as Dick BuJkeley drove through the center of the Alexis line for 15 yards and a TD. Bulkeley also converted and the score stood, 207 Abingdon at the three quarter mark. 4th Quarter Abingdon racked up 14 points in the last frame. Paul Way returned the process. He got some fine blocking along the way. Clyde Peterson intercepted an Alexis pass and rumbled back to the Cardinals ten. Bob Evans then passed ten yards to end Jim Davis to score just before the gun sounded and Abingdon had chalked up victory No. 2 ot the season in league play. Alexis (7) Abingdon (33) McConnell le Davis iL-j Duncan It Howerton ule| Osborn lg Onion D. Johnson c Ahlert Sharer rg Kellogg Conn rt Peterson Jones re Cozad Elder qb Evans Lafferty lhb Tucker Anderson rhb Batson Axall fb Way Alexis „ 0 0 7 0—7 Abingdon 6 7 7 14—33 Touchdowns: Tucker, Way (2), Davis, Bulkeley (Abingdon); Elder (Alexis) Points after Touchdowns: Way, Bulkeley, Evans, Axqell. Referee: Hill: Umpire: Horn; H. Linesman: Swise. i tonight. New Orleans Mayor'Dc: whip the Badgers, 20-7, at Madison Thursday night by staying on thej The Galva Wildcats clawed their 'esseps Morrison and Gov. Robert last year, and managed to throttle way to a convincing 25-0 victory Kcnnon have designated today and;the constant Ameche charges. The over Elmwood last night as Kenny | and Kermeen each scored a pair of ; ..touchdowns for the Jacob eit Super coached crew. ; — — —~ =- — . . .. . Chief, plus $1,060 which Tibbs said! Kermeen tallied the first TD on be among the speakers at a ban- standard time), he had bet with fellow cowboys, a plunge from the five yard line in n llot tonight. Leahy's team at Bos-i [f. ot)aDl ? starting lineups: —: — z I the first frame. Kenny scored the'on College defeated Tennessee; Wisconsin utLA second Wildcat marker in the sec-1913 in the 1941 Sugar Bowl|Esser i-* H P vH P nf P | ond quarter on a 20 yard pass from: game. I ouisetn Kermeen. Kermeen scored thej Tne Sugar Bowl charter mem- shut out the Crusaders 13-0. In other non-conference tilts, Central Michigan will play the Sail ors iron. Great Lakes. Naval Base at Saginaw, Mich., and Illinois Normal will entertain powerful Beloit. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS third Galva touchdown on a drive'bers and other guests will be the from the five, and Kenny scored |cuests of JTulaneUnivursity at the the last marker of the game as he'" " * roared 70 yards unmolested to pay- dirt. Georgia Tech-Tulane game Saturday in Tulane Stadium, scene of the annual Sugar Bowl game. BLOCKERS WANTED — Jerry Smith (79) of Knoxville would probably give a lot for a blocker or two iu this situation. Three Panther players arc couiiug up fast to make tackle; one is un­ identified but the others are Don Farr (23) and Jack Brown (25). Roseville enjoyed its second win against no losses in Little Six play as they swamped the Blue Bullets, 400. LE — Heydenfeldt LT Ellena Stensby LG Feldman Messner C Pauly Amundsen RG Salsbury Hoegh RT Doud Locklin RE Berliner Vergctis QB DeBay Bratt LH Cameron Witt - RH Stits Ameche FB Dailey READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS WRESTLING SPALDING GYM 405 N. Madiioo St.. Peoria MON., OCT. 12,8:15 P.M. TAG MATCH Rei«tt« — 11m McMillan VERNE SONNY GAGNE and MYERS BOB ** MIGHTY ORTON and ATLAS Rocky Columbo vi. Dorm O'Hai* N«d Taylor vs. C«n«cUsa Ang«l RE3EBVEP SEATS $2.50 * «.00 G«n. him. Sl.SO GET YOUB TICKETS NOW AT Portmui'i. 122 N. Adam* St. AVOID STANDING IN LINE Pfaont PtorU inn in the fourth quarter and Combs scored the extra point. Valley is host to Cuba next Friday in another Olympic Conference game. Avon (6) V«11»T (7) Lee le Roberts Ragan 11 Woolsey Phelps 1 g TJUinger Ray c * Kcfauver Bernhart rg Jones Luper rt Smith Malley re Anderson Bradshaw qb Cluts Dempscy lh b Norris Fitzglbbon rh b Mason Boyd t b Combs Avon „ 0 6 0 0—8 Valley — 0 0 0 7—7 Touchdowns: Bradshaw (Avon); Norris (Valley). Points aiter Touchdowns: Comba (Valley). Prep Football HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Areola 31, Sullivan 6. Robinson 31. Newton 6. Ridgefarm 7, Palestine 7. Monticello 26, Cerro Gordo 7. Bement 26, Atwood 6. Oakland 7, Arthur 6. Bradford 13, Wethersfield 6. Walnut 28, Wyoming 7. Galva 25. Elmwood 0. Toulon 12, Princeville 6. Tiskilwa 33, Sheffield 7. Manlius 48. Maiden 6. Lamoille 52, Neponset 0. Buda 40, Ohio O. Wyanet 26, Bureau 14. Rantoul 7. Watseka 7. Gibson Citv 53. Onarga M. A. 0. Oakwood 20, Westvllle 13. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS MIX-UP MAN Bobby Laynewill often mix up the opposition by running for yardage on optional passing plays. Bobby holds every Detroit Lion passing record in the book. And his total offense mark for '62 shows 2,410 yards gained! Bobby likes to get the jump on winter, too. "I put 'Prestone' anti-freeze in my car at the first sign of cold. Then I have complete all- veather protection — all winter i ••gi" i 'ht, Bobby! One shot lasts all \ "erl And "Prestone" anti-fi-. .e gives your cooling system full 4-way protection. No /reeze-ups, no boil away, no rust-clogged radiator, no foaming off. No other anti-freeze gives your car the same complete protection. Alwaya ask for it by name—"Prestone" brand anti-freeze 1

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