Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 31, 1956 · Page 21
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WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-ONE Grid Briefs CHICAGO (ft — Midwest Football Briefs: Iowa — Coach Forest Evashev- vki driJled his Hawkeyes on defense in preparation for the homecoming game with Michigan. Iowa again worked behind closed doors. Minnesota — The Gophers shuffled their first team. Left end Perry Gehring took over for Jon Jelecic who went to right end replacing Dick Fairchild. Ken Bom- hardier took dver left half in place of Pinky Me Namara. Ohio State — Don Clark, who has been alternating at left half with Don Sutherin, has clinched (he starting assignment. Sutherin has a twisted ankle but is expect- cd to play against Northwestern. Michigan — Halfback Terry Bafr was in uniform and worked out on his injured ankle. X-rays were negative .but Barr was suffering from extreme pain. Michigan State — The injury riddled Spartans took notice of Minnesota's speed-up huddle and adjusted their defenses. Lost for the season are halfback Clarence Peaks, tackle Pat Burke and end Bob Jewctt. Illinois — Halfback Hairy Jef. ferson's knee injury is cominj; around and he's expected to play against Purdue. The Hlini worked on trying to bait the passing of Let) Dawson. Northwestern — The Wildcats went through their first .scrimmage in two weeks while preparing for Ohio State. Star halfback Bob McKeiver saw little action as SOW LING ACME ALLEYS Tuesday Merchants (IS) Johnson Ins. Agency won 3 from Hoefert Bros. Dr. Pepper won 2 from Vieth's Sweet Shop. Stag Drivers won 2 from Hanlon & Haegele. Ben Red Meat Co. won 2 from Staab Batteries. Budweiser won 2 from Walz Motors. 200 games—Fortschneider 201. Swali Hurt By Upsets^ Now Picks Iowa, Purdue i*\v By t»ARf,KS job will be trying to avoid a lot- CHICAGO ff — Trying to forget down after its upset of MSU. those lumps he took last weekj Ohio State 27 Northwestern 7 — i from Iowa, Illinois. Minnesota and! The Wildcats don't have the man-j Indiana, the OP Swami sips the I power to score their fir^t homc-| witch's brew and really goes into i coming victory in four years and! a drep trance, fills record so far | first decision over the Buckeyes j is 30-8 and 2 ties for .7.S9). j since 1348. Another big Ten winj Iowa 24, Michigan 21 — With ] will be 16 in a row for Ohio 'state. J. ChiTrehillI 216, Guinri 211, Os'1 a wlnnln ? strcak lof fiw ' a whiff j establishing «« "« - time confer-i Roamin* home 201, Allen 203, Tuesday Merchants (A) Faulstich Cigar won 2 from Jackson Sales. Adams Printing won 2 from Jerseyville. Falslafi won 2 from Flnley Motors. Telegraph won 2 from Forkeyvtlie. Tonkers won 2 from Piasa Too) & Die. 200 games—Jun 202-202. Greene 20R-22C, Scott 213-225, Sawyers 226. of roses in the air, and a record j ence record. j homecoming crowd of 58,400 j Michigan Slate 20. Wisconsin 7—| THere Am bays Uke That cheering (hem oh. the Hawkeyes j The Badgers must muster batter-1 Transfer Quarterback Cox u w /• ,*,. Has I ransf or med Minnesota felt more comfortable and moved more smartly in spring practice with home-hred Dick Larson at the of Minnesota's Wo. 1 plfttboft. Wi* performance a week b e f o r « against Illinois was slick and controls of thp Gopher split T. ! Against Michigan he was pracfi- "Winning the first-loam quarter-ionlly da/xling as the Gophers hack job meant plenty tn me,"! stayed unbeaten and moved Inlm By JIM Kt,OBt'CHAR .Murray Wai-malh he could make! Cox said. "When MuiTay picked (No. 8 berth in the Associated MINNEAPOLIS A' —Some call j thp Gophers go without frittering] Larson Instead of me it meant t'Prpss poll. him chpsty. Othprs say he has away a scoring chance by impul-, still had tn prove myself. Well, | A handsome :.''.-' - year « old, fast the right kind of risky confi-; JBJVP play WHS HIP flay Minnesota that was nil right. I nwile up myicox is a smoothie with a clear- rience tn give Minnesota a psycho- started to roll. mind In dn it." h ended look at the future and tha logical hoot in tho trousers when For a n M j s hiilihlinz exuberance Cox's teammates eventually i moans to get there, the Gophers need it most. and dead-eye passing repulationt warmed up to him. They we.rei ,.j want (0 into pro football But no one who has watched • built at Washington Iwo years ago. so| id Cox funs on the first-game; W ] ien I'm finished with college "*" quarterback Bobby Cox transform Cox didn't exactly enthral) the trip to Washington in September! j 1() sajf] "\vi lpn i left Washington Sometimes it isn't worthwhile, r;))p js |mp , u , t ' ' what looked once like a hesitant. : Gophers when he first whisked in young football team into a bunch i from the West Coast as a of Pacer title hunterr, could low-i student. when Cox went hack before Wash| inpton partisans in an pnemy uniform. I knew if I couldn't make U in the Big Ten f couldn't make it A natural free-talker, he aroused: ; with the pros." It wasn I until last week, how-j . ................ , ..... __________________ figure to turn the tables on Michi-| ed and bruised forces after that! to S et "P in the morning, espec-j ' T , )(1 V Cox ' convjm ,,, d O) . 1( , h somp f , H1 . !y skepticism'. The team ever, that Cox was pul in charge I Head Tele^rani Want Ads Daily gan. The Wolverines, stunned by j 21-0 pounding by the Buckeyes, j ially ft-n] early to go duek hunt- Staab Batteries won 2 from Kentuckians. Alton Floral won 2 from Stag. Payne Service Station won 2 from 1308 Auxiliary. 200 game—Lowery 200. Westerner Club (A) Machine Shop won 3 frbrn Plant Dept. Misfits won 3 from Chemical Workers No. 2. Metallic Mfg. won 3 from Mill Products Repair. Metals Div. won 2 from Mill Products* Super X won 2 from Chemical Workers No. 1. Hangers won 2 from Die Makers. White Flyers won 2 from Brass Sales. Machinists won 2\'a from Inspection. Minnesota, find Iowa in good physical condition and proud of its longest victory siring since 192S. Michigan, in its only other appearances at Iowa City in 1923, 1D37 and 1951. won each time. In j the last, three games between the i two rivals, the Hawkeyes got off to a two touchdown lead only to lose. It doesn't figure to happen | again. i Purdue 21, Illinois 20 — After battling Wisconsin to a G-6 standstill and losing 21-20 to Iowa on successive Saturday's, it's about time the Boilermakers had their turn. Quarterback Len Dawson never has bep» in sueh good form and he will show it against a former Alliance. Ohio, high school teammate, Illinois' Bill Offenbech- 200 trawlers—T. Nekola 210, B. I « r . promoted to the No. 1 quarter- Smith 207, C. Emerick 212, Gillham 201-220-251 (6721. Van Meter 201, Ballnrcl 231-234-201 (BC6). Cox 201, Patterson 200, Cappel he nursed a bruised cheek bone. | 201. Aljets 219. Morgan 205, Steg- Purdue — Halfback Bill Jen-! elmeyer 220. nings was switched to fullback as! Westerner Club (B) j insurance against the loss of Mel! Research won 3 from Quarter 1 Centurv. Brass Mill won 3 from back spot after his fine showing against Michigan State. Purdue's main problem will be trying to check Ab.9 Woodson. Illinois big The Spartans, dropping from first i mg, according to the experience to fourth in national rankings, will of .»ack Melds and Howard Keck, be aroused. Even without their i both Owens-Illinois Gln:<s Co. great back, Clarence Peaks, they i employes, Hunters go to a lot of shouldn't have too milch trouble • trouble to build a blind where in this home engagement. Minnesota 14, Pittsburgh The Gophers can't afford to be I they can remain hidden' from 7 _! -ducks or anyone else in Ihe vi-j but you can't fool a wo- thinking about Iowa on Nov. 10 man, the men discovered. if they hope to salvage this one. The once-beaten Panthers proba-; bly rate the east's best moment. Navy 19, Notre Dame 14 — Seems a logical time for the Middies — Notre Dame's oldest con- Fields and Bed* went hunting in a blind on Alton Lake near at the | Clifton Terrace Sunday and 1 waited patiently for hours and hours for some ducks, any tinuous rivals to claim their clucks, to appear. But what happens? A cruiser pulls up near the blind and anchors. Then a victory in the series since woman shouts to the hunters l^r ^ r -' )! J L ' k( ; cl u>; . vm of 191 ' won! over a power megaphone: "We've not trying to disturb your hunting, but we a?*e curious as to whether you have bagged anv yet?" avert their fifth defeat of the season. The last time they lost as many as five was 1933. Indiana 28, Marquetfe 0 — This looks like Die nearest thing to a breather possible. Dillard. Dillard is suffering from a charley horse but is expected to play against Illinois Indiana — End Delnor Gales, Industrial Relations. Brass Casting won 3 from Precision 5. leaders won 3 from Warehouse. Cast Shop won 2 from Roll Bond- sidelined early In the season, re-i ers - Brass Mill Lab. won 2 from Alley Gators. Engineers won J from Tool Makers. Pizs won 2 from Lab Lobbers. 200 bowler—Jouett 204. UPPER ALTON LANES Fletown Ladles Hurst won 3 from Storks Cleaners. Bindlers won 2 from Queen turned to action and will play against Martruette. Gales' return gives the Hoosiers much-needed i depth. ' Wisconsin — Coach Milt Bnilini prepared the Badgers for Michigan State with one of the season's roughest contact drills. Fullback Pat Levenhagen and end Jim Reinke worked out despite-injuries. Notre Dame — Center Ed Sullivan missed practice with an infected elbow and it is not known Oklahoma., Georgia Tech Are Picked By Claassen By IIAKO1J) OJAAK.SKV | NEW YORK ^-The 1957 edi- Ins. Todds Cleaners won 2 from UAB Lanes. 200 game—N. Boyd 230. Tuesday Merchants Upmost Market won 2 from Lee's. Tower Service won 2 from Dee Floral. Schaffner Music tiun of the Farmer's Almanac is i I IllVOfMlPr at hand. It predicts a long, cold; "^"^ winter. No matter how cold it ! rr , -._ , _^ gets, the chill won't equal that of I I 51 IK III O* IfVP last weekend when football teams) "-"-VAJJ^ V7 > O paid no attention to the script and spilled upsets everywhere. There were 14 wrong guesses sandwiched among the 3-4 correct ones, an average of .70S. That brought the season's total to 206-63 and .765. Indian Deal LOS AKGELES IP — Durocher was anything but today about any offer he may . ! have to return to 'baseball and , . ... , . . , . | won 3 fi-om Fischer Building & Heading into tins week, just as! manage the Cleveland Indian*, if ready to play against] supply. if the almanac promised nothing! \'aw. Sullivan i« Nnfro Tlnmn'e -wvi '„, — ' Talk about frustration. The only ducks the men had seen _ i were at anti-aircraft range. Bei iween the cruiser and other I passing motorboats and sail' boats, river traffic seemed as great as at the locks and dam, and things were about as quiet as at a convention. The Indian-Summer weather wasn't conducive to duck hunting, all of which led to a perfect score of zero for the hunters. i Value of Wetlands 1 j While on the topic of duck j hunting, this column pointed out | I yesterday the serious effects to 1 water conservation and wildlife ' habitat from draining 27 million Leo; acres of land from 1946 to 1954 lippyjby the Department of Agriculture. To realize the value of wet- ROEBUCK AND CO. ALLSTATE TIRES GIVE YOU MORE AND COST YOU LESS! «*•*- 1. 2. 3. 4. AU.STATK uses Bonded Kiiyon Curd ISody for » more sturdy, flexible rarcass. You Ki't extra mice against, tiro stress, strnin mul \-4l° Cold Rubber construction provides greater strength with longer, mOr« nnifnrni trend wear. ALLSTATE tires are triple tested in the laboratory* at the. factory and by the. fesl; fleet, to insure yon gettlnft nothing but the finest in qualify and rn« ALJLST.ATE's Triple Ouariintpp inukes your investment triply safe! Vou're protected against all roart hazards, nil defects In material Htul workmanship and Sears guarantees ynii satisfaction or your money bacU! h Navy. Sullivan is Notre Dame's top defensive man. Marquette — A pair of sophomore «H5 were promoted the Marquette's first string. John Christman and Bob Wallish re- 200 games—Kama 220, Kochan 226-224 (616). Poleman 2-l<)-201215 (665), Dycus 216, Bauer 226221-201 but sunshine: Oklahoma over Colorado: Colo- I rado annually gives Oklahoma its Handicap Pepsi-Cola won 'J from , , ,. _ ,. Pepper. Uptown Theater won j placed veterans Jim Stracka and 2 i£ m 7 . Up . Western Boat & ] Art Katula. i Motors won 2 from Fosters. j i 200 games—Leady 210, Stew ! hardest Big Seven battle. It will Dr.! be easy for the Sooners. j lands, Ducks Unlimited of Cari"Any statement will have tojada can point out what reflood- eome from Hank Greenberg," j ing and rehabilitating nesting said the former New York Giant'areas have done for waterfowl manager, who met twice Tuesday j during the past 18 years that the with Greenberg, the Indians' gen- organization has been formed j era! manager. He declined to say and active. In more than Bob Hope to Be X-Rayed Alter Hurting Leg art 245. Georgia Tech over Duke; Coach i if the talks were to continue to-' 400 separate propects, financial- Bill Murray says his team has a ; day. ' ly supported by sportsmen alone, good chance to derail the Engi- in Canada have been re- HOLLYWOOD BOWL INN MPM (A) MPM No. 3 won 2 from MPM - Comedian 1 No. 7. Grinders won -2 from Bobe Hope was scheduled to have an X-ray made today of his right leg. injured Sunday in Dallas, Tex. by a go!i ball hit by Dizzy Dean during a charity match. Mills won 3 from In- speciors. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" PERMANENT ANTIFREEZE 1.69 GALLON CAN CASH and CARRY GOLDEN RULE ™. n GASOLINE TOPAY 1 Mtle North of Alton on Godfrey Rood . 200 bowlers— Secor 212, Middendorf 205, Weiss 215. O. I. Traveling Bavarians won 2 from Maintenance No. 3. Acms Jets won 2 from Wood Box No. 2. Sinclair Operators No. 1 won 2 from Foreman. Pumphouse won 2 from Office. Boilermakers won 2H from Misfits. Pipefitters won 3 from Operators No. 2. Lab. won 2 from Stillman. 200 bowlers— Brazier 219, Flowers 201. Tuesday Uullrs Harriet's Hat Shop won 3 from L&L Furniture. Just Rite Cleaners won 2 from Bnmett TV. Hauhe Auto Co. won 2 from Schlitz. Kelly's Ins. won 3 from R. Reid Rodgers Ins. Smith's Funeral Home won 3 from Cheer-, l?p. Fairy fnn won 2 from Wood River Eaples Aux. Bennett's Orocpry won 1H from Carting's Red Cap. Hurst Potato Chip won 2 from Alton Refrigeration. High game— Kumpf 196. ! neers. The almanac discloses that j Tech gets stronger in November. ! Tennessee over North Carolina: j Primarily because of John Majors. Michigan State over Wisconsin: Clarence Peaks is out for the year but the Spartans have quit reading their clippings. Michigan over Iowa: The almanac says this is the Iowa homecoming but it will be a sad day for the old grads. especially with j BVtr'the^sourcelaiZ^reTnlerg Ron Kramer again in shape forj ba!k< , d xvhen Durodler ^ de _ toe Wolverines. manded a sizeab , e ch(]nk of Minnesota over Pittsburgh: The ti ub's stock. Greenberg, visiting with bis' more tnan 1.000,000 acres of friend and former Pittsburgh rate teammate Ralph Kiner. was j hooded. not available for comment. Kiner | This year, is now genera.) manager of the Indians' San Diego farm club. A reliable source told the Associated Press that Durocher, now an NBC executive, was offered a fat salary to take over the Indians, who finished second in the American last Gophers have Bobby Cox at the) helm. i Texas A&M over Arkansas: One I of the many surprises last week "We were both sounding each OUf '" Greenberg said after r * was Arkansas' triumph over Mis- . . , , sisdppi. If the Porkers can stop erest ? and , Jack Pardee and company it willj ' be the upset of the season. i Ohio Slate over Northwestern: Too many Buckeyes. • Stanford over UCLA: It means! the Rose Bowl for the Indians . . , and they know It. Texas Christian over Baylor: Jim Swink still with the Frogs. Syracuse over Penn State: Jim Brown gives the Syracuse eleven j an edge, Skipping over the others in a hurry: FRIDAY NIGHT Boston College over Villanova. out first whether Leo is reallv in- Ducks Unlimited made many surveys and announced that there is a 25 per cent increase in ducks over last year alone, not to mention the steady increase in the duck population every year that Ducks Unlimited has been recreating nesting areas. Missouri Invitations The Mississippi Valley Duck Hunter's Association, Inc., of St. Louis is meeting Tuesday, Nov. G, at 8 p.m., at the American Legion Aubuchon Dennison Post 186, 4016 Chippewa St., near Gravois, reported Lee Sawyer, Colliiisville Hosts Cage Rules Meetin Pciuil Institution Census Is 9,464 SPRINGFIELD, 111. .¥ - State penal institutions averaged a daily inmale census of 9,464 during September, the Illinois Department of j lumbia over Cornell, Harvard Public Safety said Tuesday. State penitentiaries averaged 7,834 daily, 35 more' tnan during SATURDAY EAST: Army over Colgate, Holy Cross over Boston University, Co- September 1955. The state penal farm averaged 1,324, up 380 from last year; and the state reforma^ tory for women averaged 306, an increase of 64. I over Pennsylvania, Notre Dame over Navy, Princeton ovep Brawn, Yale over Dartmouth. MIDWEST: Cincinnati over Detroit, Indiana over Marquette, Iowa State over Drake, Kansas over Kansas Slate, Missouri over Nebraska, Purdue over Illinois, Houston over Wichita, College of Pacific over Tulsa. SOUTH: Georgia over Alabama, Florida over Auburn, South Carolina over Furman, Mississippi over LSU, Kentucky over Maryland, Tulane over Mississippi State, William & Mary over VMI, Vanderbllt over Virginia, Wake Forest over North Carolina State, Miami over Florida Stale. Clemson over Virginia Tech, West Virginia over George Washington. SOUTHWEST: Rice over Utah. Texas Tech over Oklahoma A&M Southern Methodist over Texas. 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