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PAUE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1U56 Alton Harriers Take District Title OVER THE HARD WAY—Civic Memorial quarterback Mike Mead lias his feet knocked from under him, but comes down on the payoff side of the line for one of the three Eagle touchdowns against Western Military Academy in the second half of Saturday's game. The Bethalto team came from behind for a 21-6 victory.—Don Hayes Photo. Eagles Defeat Western, 21-6 CM Scores Three Times In 2nd Half Trailing 6-0 at half time. Civic Memorial came out strong in the second half to take a 21-6 victory over Western Military Academy on the Cadet field Saturday afternoon. It was the fifth victory against two defeats for Coach Vallie Robinson's Eagles, who have only two conference games remaining on the schedule. The Bethalto team plays at Roxana Friday night, then closes out the season against Dupo the Iowa., Gophers Move Toward Bowl Contest By JOE MOOSHfL Prin Edges Eureka On Kicks, 14-12 following week. The Cadets, playing good ball in the first half, lapsed during the final two periods to suffer their fourth straight defeat, and their fifth in six games this season. Western plays Benld at home Saturday afternoon, then entertains ABC League opponent John Burroughs in the final game Nov. 3. Halfback Jim Smith started the Cadets out on the right foot with a short plunge in the second period. But in the third period, Eagle quarterback Mike Mead went 22 yards into the end zone, and Jerry Dale's extra point put Bethalto ahead to stay. Civic Memorial iced it with two tallies in the final stanza. After a 40-yard march down field, Mead went over again from the two, and Dale again added the extra point. Dale intercepted a pass on the Cadet 40 later in the period, and ran it back across the goal line. This time Joe Haar went for the extra point. Ll.N'EUI-S PLAYER POS. PLAYER Civic Mem. (31) WetUrn M. A. (C.) Bsers Howard Hudginf Pclan Bond Elliott Kabsing Mead Haar Dale Autery E L T L O C n G B T R E Q B L H R H M. Smith Schwartz Bloom Weiss Dahm Hearst Rudrnhn 3. Smith Tanurchii F B Schlfferdecker Score by Quarters: 1234 Civic Memorial 007 14—SI W<Jit«rn M. A. 0600—6 Scoring: Civic Memorial TD — Mead (21. Dale; EP—Dale I*. Haar. Western TD—J. Smith. Sutwtitutions: Civic Memorial — Sandbach. Hubhs, White, Lassater, Bunch, Hawkins. Wcftern M. A.-— Hallcr, Wilson. Fleischer, Gomez, Goldstein. Malamas, Magce. Officials: Heieree. Summer*. Umpire, Prater. Linesman. Rallo. Bob Bronzan, who is putting In nig seventh season as coach of the San Jose State football team, \viJJ resign at the end o! the campaign. SPORTSMAN'S' ELSAH. — Principia used the services of a sophomore booter to defeat Eureka College, 14-12, and remain undefeated in Prairie College Conference play here Saturday afternoon. Marv Mochel kicked the extra points that provided the margin CHICAGO wi—Iowa and Minne- j of victory, and gave the Indians sola, two of the bitterest rivals'* 1 2 '° mark in lo °P P'ay. and in the Big Ten. are moving to- j bri "S them up to 2-2 for the seaward a bid to the Rose Bowl I son something neither has had since the current contract with the Pacific Coast Conference became effective in 1947. In what turned out to be a weekend of upsets, Minnesota bounced Michigan, 20-7, and Iowa edged Purdue 21-20. Prin plays Central College in a homecoming game here Saturday, and fights for the conference title against Rose Poly on the road the following week. The visitors made 18 first downs to two for Principia, and outgained the home team on the „. ., . , , „ ground, 170-83 and in the air, The Hawkeyes took over the 162 _ 62> Eureka slressed the aer . ial attack, and completed 15 of 27 tosses, but five others were intercepted by the Indians to stall drives. Prin scored first in the opening quarter after Chuck Spangenberg intercepted a pass on' the Eureka 40. On fourth down, a few plays later, Ron Heidke shook loose for 30 yards into the end zone. Dick Bacon put the visitors back in the game with a two- yard plunge, but the extra point kick was wide, as was the second one in the fourth period. Another intercepted pass, by Heidke on the Prin 46, in the second period set up another touchdown. Ted Munnecke hit Dick Teicher on a pass play covering 41 yards, and Mocheld added his second extra point. Three Eureka drives were stopped, two by interceptions, in the third period, but the visitors tallied again late in the fourth stanza. Junior Killabrew hit Charles Predmore with a four- yard jump pass for the tally. Eureka has lost all three conference games, and is 1-4 for the season. SHORT FLY RODS *Vr>y* ?,JVi/&-» ',2 . STREAMS LIMIT YOUR CASTING AREA AND DEMAND A DEUCATE DEUVERY THAT WOK'T ALARM THE RSM. A 7-FOOT FLY BOO, WEIGHING ABOUT 3 OUNCES, THAT USES AN »HEH« lead in the conference race with a 3-0 mark while Minnesota grabbed third place with its third triumph against one tie. Ohio State'; in second place with a 2-0 mark, cannot go to Pasadena because the Buckeyes have been placed on probation. Actually it was Illinois that led the upset parade wjth'a 20-13 victory over Michigan State but Michigan State is ineligible for the Rose Bowl and Illinois has suffered two defeats. Ohio State whipped Wisconsin 21-0 to keep its conference slate clean and Indiana bested Northwestern 19-13. While Minnesota goes against Pitt this weekend, Iowa will battle Michigan in a telling game. Should the Hawkeyes beat the Wolverines, then Iowa will hold the inside track to a bowl bid. But should the Hawkeyes lose, then Minnesota will take over the reins. The story, however, will be told the following Saturday when Iowa and Minnesota clash at Minneapolis. That the Big Ten is unpredictable was exhibited Saturday when Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Indiana all turned in upset victories. Only Ohio State remained a victorious favorite. The biggest surprise was Illinois' victory over Michigan State. Abe Woodson Jed the way with three second half touchdowns after the Spartans had taken a 13-0 halftime lead. Iowa took a 21-14 lead over Purdue in the first hull and it held up as the Boilermakers scored in the final period only to have Len Dawson miss the extra point. Minnespta had to come from behind to whip the Wolverines who had a 7-0 first half lead. The Goj phers scored in the third quarter ' and added a pair of touchdowns in the final period. Ohio Slate scored ils 15th straight Big Ten victory to tie a record held by Michigan. 'Hie j Buckeyes were never in serious > trouble as sophomore Don Clark i led the way. i Four conference games are i scheduled this.week with Illinois at Purdue, Iowa at.Michigan, Wisconsin at Michigan State and Ohio State at Northwestern. In .other"! of " ie " alion ' s unbeaten, united | action, Indiana is at Marquette t:oll(J ° c football (earns fell to 35' today. Most of the major unbeaten group have won five games, but some ol the smaller colleges have already compiled six and seven PLAYER Eureka Feeder Elledse Blackburn Gertner Locasclo Strickland Crosby Killabrew Bacon Preedmore Sizemore LINEUPS POS. PLAYER Principia (14) L E L T L G C R G R T R E Q B L, H R H F B Score by Quarters: Principia Eureka Mains Depew Ellis Krusz Gosnell Tyrcll Stoneman Munnecke McBurney Spangenherg Heidke 1234 770 0—14 600 6—12 Scoring: Eureka TD—Bacon, Freed more. Principia TD—Heidke, Tercher EP—Mochel (2, kickst. Substitutions: Eureka — Henson Tro.ver. Principia Lamperts, Lappin. Priddy, - Tereher. Officials: Referee, Hertz. Mull. Linesman, Rhine. Hanlin, Kradler Nolle, Mochet Umpire, 35 Winning Colleges Left Led by the sudden and surprise demise of Michigan State, which lost 'to Illinois Saturday, the list I and Pitt is at Minnesota. Big 10 Standings Uj THt: ASSOCIATED FRl:N.s Iowa Obio State Minnesota Mich. Slate Michigan Illinois Indiana Purdue \V L T Pet. TP OP OR ''WDM* OOUBUE-TAPERED LINE j No'western 0 1.000 0 1.000 .875 .667 .333 .333 ,333 25 .167 40 .167 13 27 34 game nll-winning records. Major colleges with perfect records include second - ranked Oklahoma, Tennessee, Princeton, Georgia! Tech and Iowa. Among the unbeaten: 49 55 i WITH A 7J4-FOOT LEADtR IS AM IP6AI. COMBINATION. UONG CASTS AREN'T MEBP6O HERE, EVEN IN LOW, CLEAR WATER OF SUMMER CR PAUL, IF XOyfi 06UVEKY ISN'T NOISY AHP you CAST (Ties count igame lost). games won, TO THE FISH- TOO DON'T EVEN NEED TO KNOW THE EXACT LOCATIONS OF FISH, THEY CAN SEE FLX 66VB»At FEET M CLEAR WA- Wyoming : Central .Michigan i Bowling (Jreen Platteville Oklahoma Tennessee Princeton Georgia 'lech ( Iowa Milun-l-Mario D'Ajjata, 117, Ita-' Air Jr'orc* Academy Fight Result B» 1JH, AUbOCMU.J) Seven fiaiiicx TP OP 190 93 256 SJ 203 6.1 Six (jmiii's 114 4« five Games. Dunbar Leads Birds To 5th Finals Berth Alton, which has herorne 1lie cross country powerhouse in this part of lhr> state, added to its reputation by Raining its fifth straight district title at Fast St. Louis Saturday. Coach Ncal Schmel/el. while happy over his tram's winning performance, said today there will he "work as usual" this week as the Redbirds prepare for the state finals at Urhana Saturday. The Birds have earned the trip to state five years In a row, and finished seventh last year. W i t h Alton finishing first and Edwardsville second as expected, a minor surprise was turned in by Alton's Ron Dunbar, who finished first for the first time this season. Dunbar has specialized in adding second and third place points for the Redbirds while Charlie Glaeser has been the front runner all season long. But this lime Dunbar. a junior who will be making his second trip to 1he finals, moved out ahead of Granite City's Joe Schroeder after a half rnile, and his smooth stride kept him way out in front the rest of the way. Dunbar set a meet record with a 9:43.2 run over the two mile- course, with Schroeder second and Glaeser third. Pete Robinson of Granite City was fourth and Jim McBride of Cahokia fifth. Mik Brazier led the Edwardsville contingent in sixth place, with Don Trowbridge of Alton sevenl h. Ed Scroggins of Bunker Hill was eighth, Darrell Harris of Edwardsville ninth and Jim Arnote of Belleville completed the first 10. The Hedhirds u-on with 52 points, to 62 for the Tigers of Coach Joe Lucco. Both teams, in addition to Schroeder, Robinson and McBride, became eligible for the finals at the Urbana Country Club. Although Alton has won for the last five years, this was the first time the Redbirds had an individual winner. Bill Keller added points with a 17th place finish, and Al Connors was 24th. The other three Edwardsville placers were Gary Schumacher, 14, Webb Louis, 15, and Ed Wentz 18. This will be Glaeser's third trip to the finals, while Schmelzel, who took over the reins from Joe Rallo last season, and Dunbar, will be making their second trip. The rest of the squad will be competing in the finals for the first time. The teams finished in the following order: Alton, 52; Edwardsville, 62; Granite City, 83; Bunker Hill, 122; East St. Louis and C%hokia, 147; Dupo, 192; Belleville, 199; Troy, 222; Collinsville, 251; Roxana, 297; Wood River, 300. Western Military Academy, Civic Memorial and Madison did not compete. Nats Defeat Royals, 91-75 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Take the right amount of veteran basketball players, sprinkle generously with some top-flight rookies and the product—a championship threat in the National Basketball Assn. with the Syracuse brand name. The Nationals, who forged into third place in the Eastern Division only by virtue of a playoff last year, have applied this potent formula in two games this season. Sunday night they overwhelmed the Rochester Royals 9175 with a brilliant second - half, foray to leap to the top of the • league with a 2-0 record. While the Nats were parading their new found prowess, the strong Fort Wayne Pistons se- 1 cured a 94-88 victory over the j Minneapolis Lakers in Western j Division play. Pro Basketball Moiidii.v'.s Schedule No games scheduled Sunday Results Fort Wayne 94, Minneapolis 88 Syracuse 91, Rochester 75 Saturday Kenulls Syracuse 109, Philadelphia 103 (double overtime) Boston 115. New York 112 St. Louis !)7, Minneapolis 73 Rochester 88, Fort Wayne 85 Hockey Results Sunday Results Detroit 4, Montreal 1 New York 1. Toronto 1 Saturday Results Boston I. Montreal 0 Toronto 5, Chicago 2 Monday Schedule No Dailies .scheduled. REPEATING CHAMPS—Alton's cross country team tor the fifth year in succession captured the district cross country meet Saturday, earning a Irerth in the state finals at Urbana this week. Kneeling, from the left, are Charlie Glaeser, Ron Dunbar, Don Trowbridge, Bill Keller and Norman Lohr. In the second row are Coach Neal Schmelzel, Merle Graves, Al Connors, Eddie Pierce, Virgil Alexander and team manager Ted Norman.—Staff Photo. C. Michigan Steps Ahead, Wheaton > Mittikin Triumph Grid Results LOCAL ' Civic Memorial 21, Western M.A. 6 MadUon 68. Highland 0 Principia College 14. Eureka 12 Lincoln 25, Assumption 6 HIGH SCHOOL EvanBton 27, New Trier 21 Lake View 13, Roosevelt 7 Hinsdale 19, Downers Grove 0 Proviso 26, Oak Park 7 LaGrnnge 14, Rlverslde-Brookficld Latin 6, Elgin 6 Dunbar 32, Hirsch 0 Peoria Central 13, Pekin 6 Alleman (Rock Island i 21, Moline 6 COLLEGE Detroit 12, Boston College 0 Holy Cross 13, Quantico Marines 0 Cincinnati 33, Marquette in Tulsa 27. Hardin-Sirnmons o Drake 53, Bradley 47 Knox 27, Coe 7 St. Ambrose ilowa) 33, Lacrosse 6 Northwestern (Wis) 34, Conrordia (111i 0 St. Norbert 32, Whitewater 14 Florida Slate 20, Villanoi-a 1.1 Vanderbilt 23, Middle Tenn 13 Florida 21, Louisiana State 6 Miami (Flat 14, TCU 0 Texas A&M 19. Baylor 13 Rice 28, Texas 7 Arkansas 14, Mississippi o Texas Tech 21. Arizona 7 College of Pacific 33, Washington State 15. Injury To Bold Ruler Not Serious By JOH.V CHANDLER CAMDEN, N. J. JP — Reports that Bold Ruler suffered severe 1 cuts when he stumbled in the Garden State stakes on Saturday were denied today by Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons, and the veteran trainer said the 2-year-old colt would be able to start next in the $50,000-added Remsen Slakes N'ov. 6 at Jamaica. Bold Ruler was the leading candidate for the 2-year-old championship honors until his mishap in the $319,210 Garden State which was won by the Calumet Farm's Barbizon in an exciting nose finish with Clifford Lussky's Federal Hill. "He received a couple of scratches, but nothing serious," said the 82-year-old Mr. Fitz. Lions Only Undefeated •/ Pro Grid Team Remaining: ~ (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Central Michigan has all hut clinched a fifth straight title in the IIAC hut Wheaton, Millikin and Carroll are having a battle royal in the rate for (he CCI crown. Central Michigan remained undefeated over the weekend by defeating Milwaukee State, a non- conference for, 67-12. while Eastern Michigan knocked off Eastern Illinois, 65-0 and Western Illinois defented Southern Illinois, 21-7, in conference play. The turn of events assured Central a tie for the title. One more victory for Central will end the chase which has four teams tied for second place with 2-2 records. In the College Confeienre of Illinois, it's a different story. Thr three leaders. \Vheuton 5-0. Millikin 5-0 and Carroll 4-1 all turned in victories over (lie weekend. Wheaton blastrd North Central 56-7, Millikin heat Wesleyan. 26-1:2, and Carroll edged Augustan;), 1912. Wheaton and Carroll meet in a showdown Saturday while Millikin and Wheaton, battle a week later. These two games should produce a | solid champion in the CCI. ! In the only other CCI game Sat• urday. Lake Forest blasted winless Elmhurst. 59-13. Outside of conference play Lewis College edged Illinois Normal. 1-1-13, Omaha whipped Northern. 12-0. Knox belled Coe, 27-7. St. Olaf blanked Monmoiith. 34-0. Man- (•rid Menu By JIM KENSIL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Detroit Lions, never a real ! Dorow. miDAT Edwnrdsvllle at Alton, 8:30 Marsiwtte «t Cathedral, • Wood Hiver at Jerseyvtlle, T:30 Civic Memorlnl at Roxsna, 7:30 Granite City at East St. Louii Belleville at Collinsvllle Madison at Cahokla Highland at St. Elmo Rlv«rvlew Garden* at Dupe Southwestern at Ml. O1iv« Nokomls at Staunton Gillespie at Carllnville Carrollton at Roodhou»» Greenfield at White Hall Hardln at Virginia Winchester at Pleasant Hill SATtlRIMT Benld al Western M. A., t Central College at Prinrtpln Cel- lege, 2. Illini-Spartan Movie Planned The (".renter Alton Tllini Club has arranged to show films of the Illinois-Michigan Slate f'-'tbail sanis al its regular mooting it West Junior Hi[;li School Nd\. '.'7. The Illill! hnndod tnr> favored Spartans a •• () -'3 drffat at Cham- (wiun Saturday. IVniative plans r.iil for Ciena Vance, former Iliini s'ar now t field director for the alumni association, to narrate t'<!° film. All area lllini and other interested persons are invited to attend. in the second half to set up two kato bpal Carthage. 12-6. Principia payoff passes by quarterback Al i downed Eureka - W - and Drakr out scored Bradley, j.V-17 pro grid power until the 1950's, remained the National Football League's only unbeaten team today, despite classy performances CCI The Bears went all the way toj the Golden Gate, and it's highly | likely coast fans will give it tor vvh( , aton _. 5 Rick Casares if he doesn't come i Sunday from the Guard." While the NFL's "Old 'to town again. The young Bear i Carroll ...... •! 1 ! fullhaPk tallied four times on I ^ ^ fY,"q" Lions continued to short yardage to run his season rule the Western Conference withiTD total to 10. Rookie signal call-: a 16-7 away triumph over the Los er Earl Morrall moved the 49ers Angeles Rams, three teams that i to two second-period scores, but < look turns ruling the loop more i the losers couldn't keep up with, than a de c a d e ago crashed ! the all-around Bear power, through with major victories. Washington's injury - marred Redskins knocked off the previously undefeated Cardinals, 17-14 at Chicago; the New York Giants j took advantage of the Cards' loss'Chi. Cards U'esleyan . North Cen. Elmhurst STA.VIUMiS \V I. T Tel PN OP 0 0 1.000 213 37| 500 i.ooo r:o 7n 0 .ROO 105 47 1 ,.">00 IL'O 102 1 .2:10 fiS Kl ; o .'_>oo 62 ir/) i 0 .200 106 % 0 .OOQ 13 247! The lfl!S Boston P, raves won the National L-eague pennant by 6'u games over the ?t. fxjuis Cardinals. Tho Brooklyn Dodgers were one game hack ol i he Cards. Pro Standings c EASTERX CONFERKNTK and jumped into a first - place J New York Eastern Division tie by thumping the Philadelphia Eagles, 20-3, and the Chicago Bears stayed right behind the Lions in the West with a 3S-21 decision over San Francisco on the coast. In battles of lesser import, the Phila'phia Pittsburgh Washington Cleveland 1 Southern 111. 2 111. Normal 2 W L T Pet. TP OP ! western 111. 2 \ 0 I IIAC STANDIXCS W I, T Prt Pf« OP Central Mich. 400 .1.000 137 tl3 .500 R7 60 31 41 81 78 .800 109 0- .800144 TBlE^t'cm'lih" 1 0 .400 64 97| Northern 1U . o 0 .400 95 116 ! 0 .400 62 97! o .200 55 Mi Arrested for Putting .500 .500 .500 100 42 .337, 14 101 .000 6 78 SHAVE YOUR WHISKERS NOT YOUR FACE! WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pet. TP OP Detroit Chi. Bears Baltimore Colts tied the Green Bay Packers for third spot in the i G reen g a y West by'whipping the Packers [Baltimore 2S-21. and Pittsburgh's Steelers| Los Angeles rebounded from a mid - week i g an Fr'teco tongue - lashing by their coach,' rallying for a 24-16 win over Cleveland's once - awesome Browns, now in last place in the East. The dazzling Texan, Bobby Layne, was practically the whole show for the Lions. He kicked two field goals for a 6-0 halftime lead, and engineered a 57 - yard TD drive in the third quarter which he iced with a conversion. Jim Martin contributed the other three Lion points with a 43-yard fielder. The Cards blew a 14-0 first- quarter lead built on drives of 73 and 65 yards. Washington's Sam Baker kicked a 22-yard field goal in the second quarter, and the Skins capitalized on a roughing the passer penalty and a fumble 0 1.000 111 75 0 .800 185 104 .400 .400 .200 'Slugs' in Piuball rr LOUISVILLE, Ky IP — Carl Morris, 30, was arrested Sunday because he put lead "slugs" into ^ i a pinball machine. He said he r^i pumped eight bullets from a .22 0< caliber target pistol into the ma„. . ., ,.„„„. chine because "it just won't pay Chicago Bears 38, San Francis-1 Q{f „ Moms said he "just got mad" after losing about 5100 in four weeks (o the machine. "I couldn't win on it. It just won't pay Sunday Scores co 21 Detroit 16, Los Angeles 7 Baltimore-28, Green Bay 21 New York 20. Philadelphia 3 Pittsburgh 24. Cleveland 16 ... .. . ,„ ,,,. „ , ...off", Morris charged. Said the Washington 17, Chicago Cards 14 iwi£e of ftc cafe operalor: .. 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