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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section 2 Pages 11-18 Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1956. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press Marquette Defeated, Alton Takes Win Explorers Drop 3043 Contest To Chaminade In League Encounter Marquette scored first and last, but Chaminade rocketed five touchdowns in between to spoil the Explorer homecoming, 30-13, at Public School Stadium Friday night, A heavy, hard-charging line held when it had to for the visitors, but Marquetle mistakes helped no end. It was Iho second straight i Catholic League defeat for the 1 PLAYER -LIMEt'PS POS. PLAYER INTERCEPTED PASS—Wood River halfback John Bosco slips to one knee after intercepting a Harrishurg pass in the final quarter at Wood River Friday night. The Intended receiver sprawls on the ground in an attempt to stop Bosco. Wood River won, 27-0. Staff Photo. | Nothing seemed to go right for Marquette, and for the sec- Explorers, to EO with one Win. j _Ch.mln»d* (»n> _M»rqarUe H8> For the season, ihpy are now I 2-4. Chaminade won its second | game after Cropping f o u r | straight, and now stands at 2-2 in league play. i Wood River In 27-0 Triumph Over Harrisburg Oilers Hold Visitors To 1 First Down Bier Purcell Murphy Wchner Dempscy Caffltly Bnycr Hitler Oar/a HuRhrs Dardas L E L T L fj C R « R T H E Hanneken Voss Moehn 'Goekcn Fallen W. Maher Och» ond consecutive time the opposi-1 ofJiSIn.Si' Quarter8: L H Liller R H Greenwell F B Joehl 1 2 .1 4 12 18 0 0—30 lion pushed across five touch- ; Marquetle 7 o o &-13 , _, _ . , Scoring: Chaminade TD —Hughes downs. The Explorers lost a 31- 12 12 contest to Valle in their last outing two weeks ago. Coming up next is another tonsil conference foe, Belleville Cathderal, fighting for the league title with a 2-1 mark. The game Bitter, Cassidy, Boyer. Marquette TD—Dwlggins. 'Maher; EP—Liller (kickl. Substitutions: Chaminade — Kennedy, Murphy, Stock. Settledge, Canty, Brady. Marquetle — Waters, Yager. Manns. Sears, Schwegcl. Hasten, R.-PeipoH, W. Peipcrl. Van Buren, Thomeczek. Vollmer, Dunker. Officials: Referee. Rallo. Umpire, wil. be played at Bellville Friday night. •-.'• \ i Not passing up a .single op- ! FV ' st down « portunity. Chaminade scored five times in tha first half. One came Foster. Linesman, Schmidt. STATISTICS Chain. Marq. Yards rushing met) Yards passing Total yardage Cards, Lions Protect Pro Marks Sunday | on a kickoff return, another aft- Passes attempted er a fourth down gamble by Mar-! ?"«" tmTre'e^ed by quette failed, once again bv re-!j umhle5 . , , „ ' Fumbles lost covering a fumble, still again aft- Penalties er a blocked Marquette kirk and Yards penalized the final time after recovering a fumble. 7 73 llfl 192 8 5 1 1 O 1 15 13 196 39 235 13 2 0 4 3 7 45 By THF. ASSOCIATED PRESS The Chicago Cardinals and Detroit Lions, only unbeaten elevens! le ' t in the National Football League, place their unblemished records WOOD RIVER — Wood Riven back in early season form, met- ?ci out a 27-0 victory to a visiting Harrisburg team at Memorial Stadium here Friday night. The defense played its usual strong game, and for the first time in weeks got help from a smoothly rolling offense. Quarterback Jim Rhodes directed the team well, ran hard, and tackled effectively on defense. Halfbacks Jim Yates and John j return engagement with the Wnsh- Bosco picked up valuable yard-1 ' n fit°n Redskins. The Cardinals give the Explorers another ', chanre. A penalty put the ball on the ed in two Marquette injuries. J eight, but Van Buren picked Guard Larry Moehn was hurt i up six yards and Maher carried The hard-played game result- j in two in the first half, and was taken to St. Joseph's hospital, report- over from the two. with an arm injury. The Explorers outgained the sional circuit swings into it* fifth I***"**™ ° n °f . gr °" nd ' ° n tot ' . al yardage and in first downs. 1 They controlled the ball for al- But that was a!T there was as suffering from one or more neither team could put together ribs. Ends Danny Ochs much of an offensive in the re- game in the final period I maining time. on the line Sunday as the profes- •"= — ° P Undofeated in four games, the ; most the entire (hird jod surprising Cardinals return home , but by then 1hey had gjveR up age^and displayed the skill they i nlle a 7-Point favorite. exhibited before they were injured early in the season. The front wall, with Andy Ven- limiglia, Tom Strumski and Lou Popclar leading the way, cleared the holes on offense and smothered the visitors on defense. Harrisburg was held to one first down, and that came on a fourth down fake kick. Podres Gets Discharge From Navy PORTSMOUTH, Va. (* — After mulling it over seven months, the U.S. Navy has decided U can't [.ossession in the firest "period! 1 use baseba ^ star Johnny Podres cause the Rams lost a close 2-i- A j Dwj gg j ns directed the 37-1 and is retm ' nin g hir n to the Brook- o, yard drive from quarterback, Jim ' lyn Doc| eers, who undoubtedly after a two-week road trip for a too manv poi ntSi It appeared as if Coach Ron Holtman had found a successful backfield combination as the Ex- The Lions, also with a 4-0 record, figure to have a tougher time, tackling the Los Angeles Rams in California. Probably be- plorers marched to four consecutive first downs and a touchdown the first time they got 21 decision to the Lions in Briggs Stadium two weeks ago, the odds- makers have made it an even j money game. Four other games are scheduled. Rhodes tallied first for the Oil- ' rhe Ch jca e° Bears meet San ers in the second period, going j Francisco on the coast, Green kicked the extra point. 38 yards with Howard Miller throwing a key block. After a 25- yard drive, Bosco added the second touchdown bejore the half ended, going over from the one. Rhodes added the extra point. Substitute halfback Don McMillan got into the scoring in the encounters the Colts in* Baltimore, the New York Giants take en the Philadelphia Eagles in Yankee Stadium and the Browns Liller and Larry Greenwell were at halfbacks, and Jim Joehl the The nagging backache which fullback. All four carried during | has afflicted the southpaw pitcher the drive, with Dwiggins carry- f° r years, and which once resulting over from the one. Liller I p d ifj his being classified 4-F for But on the Marquette kickoff. Gene Hughes, a 155-pound scooter, took the ball on the 20. was surrounded momentarily on the n Cleveland. The Boars, toe Pittsburgh S.eelers 40 , then burst through the draft, Friday brought him a medical discharge at the Naval hospital here. Diagnosed by the Navy as a form of spinal arthritis, the back won't runners-up to the Lions in the Western Division with third period with a nine-yard! a record of three victories and dash, with Popelar, normally j one defeat, will be after their sec- a tackle, scoring the extra point i ond straight triumph over the Irom the fullbak position. ! 49ers, having beaten clear and went straight down the! Podres, 24, from taking up where middle for an 80-yard touch-1 he left off in major league base- down runback. The extra point at- j ball. Naval doctors, though, tempt failed, and Marquette still wouldn't hazard a guess on this point and Podres himself, who led, 7-6. With fourth down and three Rhodes added the last touch-! Wrigley Field earlier. The Bears down on an 11-yard plunge in the ! ru!e a T-point favorite, final stanza, with Yates carry- j The Giants, hot on the heels of them in yan } s to go on ing for the extra point. I the Cardinals with a 3-1 record, Back Phil Warren suffered a! w '" be a(1er thcir «hird straight cut over his eye that required i victory 1 when they meet the Eagles own mo _ ments later, the Explorers decided to gamble and failed. The visitors took over and picked up two yards on the ground, then sophomore quarterback Bob Bitter carried over from the one loft Portsmouth immediately after his discharge, couldn't be reached for an opinion. Brooklyn officials couldn't contain their jubilation over the re- THE CASE OF THE STRETCHING ARM—Marquette quarterback Bill Sears appears to be pulling the arm of Chaminade defender Jim Hughes out of its socket as he attempts to pick up some ground at Public School Stadium Friday night. Hughes slowed the ball carrier enough for Jim Hiighes (41) to come up and make the tackle. Chaminade went on to a 30-13 victory in Marquette's homecoming game. Edwardsville Puts Stop To Roxana Win Streak, 7-0 Pleasant Hill Upsets Redhens, WUdcats Win Winchester stepped into a commanding lead in the Illinois Valley Conference as a result of Pleasant Hill's upset of Virginia in league action Friday night. The Wildcats moved out to a 5-0 conference mark with a 33-6 victory over Hardin, while the Redhens dropped their first conference game after three victories to Pleasant Hill, 13-7. In other games, White Hall dropped Carrollton into the cellar with a 26-0 victory 1 , and Roodhouse clipped Greenfield, 20-13. Harry Herkert scored Hardin's only tpuchdown in the fourth period on a 1-foot plunge. The Wildcats had piled up a 33-0 score after three periods of play. Don McCarthy and Bob Tennyson scored for Pleasant Hill in the second period, and the Wolves held Virginia scoreless until the final four minutes, several stitches during the game, j in tlie first of a home-and-home on fourth down. It was the third win againsl four reverses for Coach OrivelJ Yocum's Oilers, who travel to Jerseyville Friday night, Wood River will end the campaign at home against Granite City Nov. 9. LINEUPS PLAYER POS. PLAYER Ilnrrlibnrf (0) Wood River CiT) Logan HasBelt Aldridge Buchanan Williams Vlck Yates Cummins Biggs Stone Zigier L E L T L G C H a R T R E « B L H R H F B Score by Quarters: Harrisburg Wood River Miller Bruns Adcock Moore Ventlmiglia Popelar Strumski Rhodes Boico Yates Walmsley 1134 0000—0 0 13 7 7—27 Scoring: Wood Hlver TD — Rhodes (21, BOECO, McMillen; EP — Rhodes, Fopelar, Yates. Substitutions: Harrisburg — Furlong, Clark, Plckford. Wood River- Carroll, Beckwlth, Bane, Wetter, Yopp, Bunting, Townsend, Ferguson, Todd, Warren, Lyons, Marko, Prlt- chett, McMillen. Officials) Referee, Wilkinson, Umpire, Burgess. Linesman, Shields, GW Defeats William-Mary In Loop Game By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS George Washington university took over the Southern Conference football lead Friday night by nipping wlnless William & Mary, 1614, In a mud-spattered battle in Washington's Griffith Stadium, In other games, Kansas, paced by Bob Marshall's 90-yard touchdown run, defeated Oklahoma A & M, 21-13, and Denver toppled New Mexico, 20-14. George Washington, unbeaten In six games and ranked No. 17 in the AP poll, had all sorts of series. The Giants are a two touchdown favorite. This is the second meeting be iween Cleveland and Pittsburgh, who share the eastern conference basement along with Washington. Each has won one while losing three. In their first engagement, the Browns scored a fourth period touchdown to defeat the Steelers 14-10. The Browns are a touchdown favorite. Green Bay is only a slim favorite over the Colts. The Packers, with a 2-2 record, outlasted Baltimore (1-3) game at Green Bay two weeks ago 38-33. Washington, which dropped its first game to the Cardinals several weeks ago, may prove tougher this time. The return of several players who previously had been on the injured list has strengthened the Redskins, who came through with a surprising 20 - 9 triumph over the Browns last week. In Los Angeles, the Lions will bo facing a team that won five of its six games in'the Coliseum last year, including one over Detroit. The' Rams share fourth place in the Western Conference with Baltimore and San Francisco, each with a 1-3 record. Hockey Results B/ THE ASSOCIATE!) I'lltSS Friday Results No games scheduled Saturday Schedule Boston at Montreal Chicago at Toronto Sunday Schedule Montreal at Detroit Toronto at New York two periods. George Washington now sports trouble with an improving William j a 3-0 mark in conference play. & Mary team. The Colonials took j The Colonials will hold first place a 16-0 lead in the first half, then; at least until next week when they The regular Explorer backfield took over on the second play of the second period, and rolled for two plays. Quarterback Bill Sears carried for seven yards, and halfback Jerry Maher took a pitchout and went around right end for 33 yards to the Chaminade 46. But a fubinle at midfield on the next play was picked up ' March 19| was nlade by a three . by Chaminade tackle Dave ; man medical survey board at the Cassidy, who romped 50 yards Nava i hospital. lease of Podres, who whipped the j when Bob Ellsworth tallied for New York Yankees twice in the | the losers. 1955 World Series to help the Dodgers win their first world championship. "That's wonderful news," said Brooklyn Manager Walter Alston in Kofu, Japan, where the Dodgers stopped off in their 20-game tour for an exhibition tilt with the Kanto All Stars. "There's nothing I'd rather have heard." The decision to release Podres, who'd been in the Navy since last into the end zone. A penalty stalled Marquette after the kickoff, and J i m Kasten's fourth down kick was blocked by burly Dick Boyer, Chaminade right end, and the visitors took over on the Marquette 37. After reaching the 30, Bitter dropped a screen pass to Hughes, who was stopped by Maher on Three Countries In Golf Tourney MEXICO CITY .* —Teams from Canada, the United States and Mexico tee off today in opening contests of the Cup of America golf tournament. This is the third such tournament in which the three nations have competed. The U. S. won the first in Seattle in 1952, and Canada the 1954 tourney held in London, Out. Flyers Shatter Kahok 5-Game Streak, 26-2 / * SPRINGFIELD, 111. W) - Collinsville and Chillicothe yielded their games of prime interest. the two-yeard line. The halfback' unbeaten status Friday night in carried over on the next play, j two dcwnstate high school football Bitter completed three more passes, giving him five for five, betore the half ended, and the final one was good for 28 yards and a touchdown. After a double re-verse had lost 10 yards from the 18, Bitter called the same play but this time passed and nil Boyer right on the goal line, with 21 seconds left in the half. Behind 30-7, the Explorers lost no time between plays in the third period, and moved 94 yards before being stopped. Sophomore Bob Van Buren, a scanty 125 pounds, moved in at halfback for the Explorers and led the way us the team pounded out six consecutive first downs. But with first and three to go for a touchdown, the Explorers failed to hit pay dirt in four plays, and gave up the ball, early in the fourth period. Chaminade tried a quick kick Centvalia racked up a 39-9 score against Marion's Wildcats as Benton beat Mount Vernon 20-0 in other South Seven games. Centralia so far has scored 277 points in Champaign, Centralia, Elgin and a scason b 'emished only by a tie Galesburg pounded ahead with wllh Benton, which shares a tie more big scoring totals against opponents with meager point production. East St. Louis' Flyers maintained their 20-year practice of beating Collinsville Kahoks. The Flyers' 26-2 victory Friday snapped the Kahoks' string of five consecutive wins. Chillicothe's Gray Ghosts saw their 27-game win streak go glimmering in the wake of a visit by Washington's strong Panthers. The Ghosts started their loss-free record back in 1953. It was the state's longest since East St. Louis was tied early last year. Champaign ran its season scdr- ing total over 300 points by smashing Mattoon 39-6, and reinforced the theory that nothing is likely to watched W & M roar back with a touchdown in each of the last \ meet West Virginia in what shapes up as a battle tor the title, i;ti first down, but the Marquette upset their hold on the Big 12 title, line surged through to block it,! Champaign has games with Ui> and John Vollmer recovered to I bana tujd Springfield remaining, league leadership. Elgin counted its 16th consecutive triumph, a 53-12 conquest of Joliet of the Big Eight. Elgin is pointed toward a meeting next week with East Aurora, another Big Eight foe and a 25-6 winner over Aurora West. Galesburg's Silver Streaks scored easily in a 47-0 rout of Monmouth and appeared likely to go unchecked through their reaming two games with Canton and Limestone of Peoria. Effingham's Flaming Hearts counted an 18-14 .win, a seventh straight victory, over the Newton Eagles, stopped only once before. The Hearts are Eastern Illinois League leaders. Another'seventh straight winner is Jacksonville, 33-12 conqueror of Lanphier of Springfield. In the same class in Tuscola, 40-0 victor over Monticello. 4 EDWARDSVILLE — A 43-yard dash by Flem Bradshaw and an Edwardsville defense that gave no quarter tumbled Roxana from a six-game winning streak by a score of 7-0 here^ Friday night. Not only was it the first loss in seven games this season and nine games over two seasons for the Coach Earl McLane's Shells, but it was the first time this y°ar in which Roxana was held scoreless. It was the fifth win in seven outings for Coach Bennie Isselhardt's Tigers, who have also lost one and tied one. The winning tally came in the second period, after Edwardsville took a Roxana punt on the Shell 44. Quarterback Jimmy Chandler's pass was incomplete on the first play, and the Tigers picked up a scant yard on second down. Then Bradshaw took a handoff, and the 140-pound speedster scooted the rest of the way into pay dirt. Rich Pulliam converted from end to fullback for the first time in his career, scored the extra point. Pulliam exchanged positions with Buzz Shaw, one of the better fullbacks in the area who worked out of the right end spot against the Shells. A fumble stalled a clicking Roxana drive in the first period, after the Shells had taken tb.e opening kickoff on their own 30- yard line. H. A. Walmsley and Bob Parsons led the way as the Shells marched unstopped all the way to the Edwardsville 12-yard marker. But a Parsons fumble on the 12 was recovered by the Tigers, and Roxana never got that close again. Roxana made its bid to knot the count in the final quarter, after halting an Edwardsville drive on the Shell seven. Roxana pounded out continued small gains and reached the Edwardsville 30-yard line, where they lost the ball with inches to go for a first down, Most of the third period was played in Shell territory. The Shells made eight first downs to five for the Tigers, but were outgained on the ground and in total yardage. Roxana will play its final Midwestern Conference game of the season against Civic Memorial at home Friday night, while the Tigers travel to Alton. LINEUPS PLAYER POS. PLAYER Kox»n» (U) Kdwardsvllle (7) Lakin L E Helllnger Pruett L T Spencer DickPrson L G Hei>» Brown C Eilers Mormino R G Pfeifer Chandler R T Coultns Stewart R E Shaw Durham Q B Chandler Parsons L H Bradshaw Glddings R H Noll Walmsley F B Pulliam Birds Hand Warriors 20-6 Conference Loss Grid Results LOCAL Alton 20, Granite Cilv fl Chamimiflc ;iO, Mnrquctte 13 'Wood River 27, Harrisburg 0 Edwardsville 7, Roxnna 0 Jerseyville 21. Mt. Olive 13 White Hnll 26, Carrolltnn 0 East St. Uniis 26. Collinsvllle 2 Cathcdrnl 31. Belleville 0 Winchester 33. H.irdin 6 Dupo .'in. Cahokla 0 Pleasant Hill 13. Virginia 7 Roodhousc 20, Greenfield l.f. II Hi II SCHOOL E. Aurora 25. W. Aurnra 6 ElRln 3.1. Joliet 12 E. Rnt-kford 9. W. Rockford 0 Freeport 19. I.aSalle-Peru B Hock Island 2<t, Joliet Catholic 6 E. Mnllne ."<4, St.. Ambrose dai 0 Ccntralla 31, Marion n Benton 20, Mt. Vernon 0 Clinton 12. Feltshans 7 East Peoria 7. Kcwanec 8 Limestone 12, Canton fi Washington 40. Chilllcnthe 6 Fsrmington'35. Metamora u P.ushville 21, Macomb 14 Urbana 21, Westvllle 0 Chamcaicn 3!), Mattoon 6 Carmi 0. Fairflplcl 0 Charleston 20. Casey 0 Mt. Carme! 2(1, Lawrenceville 10 Hillsboro 29, Vandalla 7 Effinnham 18, Newton 14 Bridgeport 31. Flora 0 Salem 20. Olney 13 Jacksonville 33, Lanphier 12 Waverly 39, St. James 7 Galosburc 47. Monmouth 0 McLeansboro 39. Metropolis 13. COLLEGE Kansas 21. Oklahoma A&M 13 George Washington 16, Wm & Mary 14 Denver 20. New Mexico 14 Milton (Wis.i 33, St. Procopius 0 Score by Quarters; 123 000 010 Roxana Edwardsvllle 4 o— o 0— Scoring: Edwardsville TO — Brad- thaw; EP—Pulliam (run). Substitution*: Roxana — Lawrence, Longman, Rollins, Lowe, Mllazza. Wiley, Heffner, Janssen. Edwards- vine—Dorsey, Wlldman, Lenz, Kayii, Dippel, Wciler, Mixon, Uriprung. Officials: Referee, Johnson. Umpire, Gage. Linesman, Frume. STATISTICS First downs Yard rushinti (net) Yards passing Total yardage Pauses attempted Passes completed Passes intercepted by Fumbles Fumbles lout Penalties Yard* penalized Rox. Eds. B 142 20 161! 0 it 0 3 2 0 0 3 181 19 200 S 3 0 1 1 3 90 Haivks Open Cage Season HomeTonight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The New York Knickerbockers have made good their promise to trade big Walt Dukes, the tallest player in the National Basketball Assn. On the eve of tonight's opening games in New York, St. Louis and Rochester, the Knicks sent the 7- foot Dukes to the Minneapolis Lakes for veteran Salter Martin. The 5-10 Martin, smallest man in the loop, floor generaled the Lakers to four division titles and four league championships in his seven seasons with the club. The 31-year-old speedster has not miss ed a game in the last two years but his streak may be broken tonight unless he reports in time for the nightcap of the league- opening doubleheader at Madison Square Garden. The Knicks take on the Boston Celtics, who will be operating minus Easy Ed Macauley for the first time since 1950. Bob Cousy and Bill Sharman are still on hand to lead the Celtic attack, along with Tom Heinsohn, the Holy Cross All America who will try to fill the gap left when Macauley was traded to the St. Louis Hawks. In the Garden first game, the champion Philadelphia Warriors meet the rookie-laden Syracuse Nationals. Syracuse has veterans Paul Seymour and Dolph Schayes to go with newcomer Joe Holup, while the powerful Warriors will try to repeat with a hard core of loldovers, using Ernie Beck and Larry Costello to fill in for drafted Tom Gola. Dukes' new teammates, the Lakers, are in St. Louis to face he Hawks and their league .scoring champ, Bob Pettit. Fort ,Vayne begins defense of its Western Division title at Rochester against the Royals, who finished last, but have added All America Silnigo Green to their young team built around Maurice Stokes and Jack Twyman. Along with Dukes, the Lakers obtained the rights to Burdie Halderson, currently with the United States Olympic squad. Jerry Bird, now in the army, went to the Knicks to complete the trade. Vince Boryla, Knick coach, upbraided Dukes on several occasions for his indifferent attitude and two weeks ago suspended him 'or failure to report for training on time. Pro Grid Boivl Contest Set For Jan. 13 Jerseyville Defeats Cats For 5th Win JERSEYVILLE — Jerseyville celebrated its homecoming with a 21-13 victory over Mt. Olive here Friday night, bringing their season record to five wins and two defeats. Coach Joe Jurkanin's Panthers tallied seven points each in the first, second and third quarters, and allowed to Mt. Olive touchdowns in the final stanza. Carl Crawford, an outstanding sophomore all season, scored all three touchdowns for Jerseyville, and added one extra point. Crawford scored in the first period on a 10-yard dash around right end. In the second quarter, he went the same way for 32 yards. The last TD came in the third period, when Crawford took a pitchout and went around right end again for 42 yards. Bill Watts ran for two of the extra points. Bob Hinkley and Max Stier- waJt tallied for the Wildcats in the last period, with Hinkley adding the extra point. The Panthers remain home next Friday night for a game with Wood River, and close the campaign the following week at Roxana. LINEUPS PLAYER POS. PLAYER Mt. Olive (13) Jerseyville <3i) B. Lurton Geil Yocom East GRANITE CITY. — Alton, after falling behind 6-0, came back with touchdowns in the second, third and 1 fourth periods to take a 20-6 Southwestern Conference victory over Granite City here Friday night. It was the fourth win in six starts for Coach Elgie Posey's Redbirds. who are now 1-1 in the conference. It was the first defeat for Granite City in the last three games, and brought thnir season record to 2-4-1. The Warriors have lost two conference games and won one. The Birds take on Edwardsville in a non-conference game at home next week, while the Warriors journey to East St. Louis. An oddity saw Grady Robinson, a sophomore tackie, put the Redbirds back in the game in the second period by making like a backfield sprinter. The 190-pound lineman picked off m Warrior pitchout on the Redbird 21 and, behind some good blocking by his teammates, dashed 79 yards into the end zone. Halfback Danny Weeks passed to end Andy Miller for th« extra point to give Alton a 7-6 lead. Granite City had scored earlier in the period on a 42-yard drive, with halfback Harry Basan carrying over from the four. Basan's attempt for the extra point from the seven after a five-* yard Warrior penalty was stopped short of the goal line, Alton's third period tally cam« as the payoff on a 52-yard i march, after Bob Richardson recovered a Warrior fumble on the AJton 48-yard line. Weeks picked up the six points with a four-yard plunge, but the extra point attempt failed, and the Redbirds had a 13-6 lead going into the final quarter. Granite City got as far as the AJton 29 early in the period, but the Redbird defense held. Alton's final touchdown drive started on the Redbird 39 midway through the final stanza. After crossing over into Warrior territory, a 15-yard penalty pushed the Birds back from where Ihey had started. Stierwalt L E Brown L T Hittmeier L G Pakovich C Friesner R G O'Neal R T Kratochvll R E Rimar Q B Hicks L H Hinkley R H Hoppe F B Score by Quarters: 1 Mt. Olive 0 Jerseyville 7 Scoring: Mt. Olive Stierwalt; EP—Hinkley ville TD—Crawford i3 lord (runl, Watts i2, runs). Substitutions: Mt. Olive — Hoppe, •lenschen, Sanbi, Lyoch, Green, Weieler, White, Jatcko, Wathern, ?ahde, Boston. Jerseyville—Ferguson, ~ross, DeCourcy, Day, Maholland, Porter, Willis, Morris. D. Ferguson. Dcvenring. Officials: Referee, Hertz. Umpire, Rnbion. Linesman, Hinz. But then the Birds unfurled a pass play with two downfield laterals which covered 22 yards to the Warrior 39. Quarterback Bob Davis threw to end Allen Early, about five yards past the line of scrimmage, Early later- aled to halfback Gil Moody before being tackled, and Moody in turn lateraled to fullback Don Watkins, who was finally stopped on the 39. Watkins made 13 yards in three consecutive carries, and then Dan Weeks went off right tackle for the final 26 yards. Watkins added the extra point on a place kick. Granite City made a last effort, and got as far as the -Alton 16-yard stripe when the game ended. A 29-yard pass play from Jack Roberts to Sheridan Dutchik helped put the Warriors in their threatening position. £.ast Murray I pt AVFR I. Lurton P LAY£ R LINEUPS POS. PLAYER Munsterman Sinclair Anderson Watts Crawford 234 0 0 13—13 7 7 0—21 TD—Hinkley, (run>. Jersey EP—Craw- Fight STATISTICS LOS ANGELES annual Pro-Bowl pitting the best * —The seventh football game, players in the Eastern Conference against the Western in the National Football League, will be played in Memorial Coliseum Jan. 13, game director Paul J. Sehissler announced today. Players are selected on votes cast by the league coaches and Los Angeles metropolitan sports editors. The brain child of George P. Marshall, owner of the Washington Redskins, the series now j stands at 3-3 for the rival divisions of the NFL. Spieser Is Postponed CHICAGO JP — The U. S. debut of German light heavyweight Will! Hoepner will have to wait because j £SJ mcrcepled by of an elbow injury. His Stadium Fumbles lost Granite City (6) Alton (JO) Early L E Diaz L T Middleton L G Wittman C Fisher R G Unterbrink R T Scoggins R E Davis Q B Weeks 1. H Moody 'ii H Watkins F B Score by Quar-.ers: 1 Alton 0 Granite City 0 Scoring: Alto>>. TD Weeks i2l; EP— Miller kins (kick). Granite City TD— Basan. Substitutions: Alton — Crabb, Burmester, Jansen. Lacey, Miller, Stromski, Brooks, Kyle, Horsley, Robinson, Ricntrdson, Borman, Hawkins GraniU' City— Straiten, Cline, Grote. Lybarger, Slate, Nigo- hossian. Rich. Ford. Boyles, Szadal Officials: Referee, Wilson. Umpire, Blanke. Linesman, Mosher. Wilson O'Master Crane Harris Davis Meng Dutchik Linhart Basan Roberts Patrick 34 7 6—20 00—6 Robinson, (passl, Wat- First downs Yards rushing (net) Yards passing Total yardage Passes attempted Passes completed bout with Chuck Spieser Wednesday has been postponed. The International Boxing Club announced that Joe Miceli of New York andi Carlo Sarlo of Chicago will meet in a 10-round nationally televised bout, replacing the Hoepner-Spieser scrap. The Micpli - Sarlo welterweight bout had been originally scheduled for the Stadium, Wednesday, Nov. 7. Hoopner suffered a contusion of the left elbow in training. Penalties Yards penalized Alton 10 214 . 22 268 5 1 Q 4 40 GC 11 149 58 205 * 8 a i a 3 3 33 Fight Results Ily THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York -— Yama Bahama, 153U, Bimini, the Bahamas, knocked out Tony (Tex) Gonzalez, 159, East Orange, N. J., 3. Melbourne — Tiberio Mitrl, Italy, outpointed Ricardo Marcos, Australia, 10. (L i g h t h e a v y- weights). Ted Kroll ran his golf earnings for 1956 to $72,855 following his $50,000 victory in the Tarn O'Shanter world championship in Chicago. REFORMATION SERVICE * WOOD RIVER HIGH SCHOOL OCTOBER 28 10:30 A. M,

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