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October 19, 1953 £ farrfihe Carry Illinois Towards Big Ten Title By TOM BRANAGAV CHICAGO m —Undefeated aspirants to the Big Ten football title were, three deep today as Illinois pushed pugnaciously up alongside Michigan State and Michigan. And this powerful trio had to keep a wary eye on the doings of Wisconsin, a one-time lower which beat Purdue 28*19 in the conference opener for both teams. All four teams can boast undefeated Big Ten records, although of the four Michigan State has been by far the most impressive. The Spartans* 47-18 ramble over Indiana Saturday was their fourth straight win and their third in the conference. Michigan also has won Bto TEN Conference All gam«s W L T Mich. St. . 3 0 0 Michigan 2 0 9 a o o — 10 0 -110 — 1 2 0 -02 ...0 0 . 2 0 ..020 ... 0 1 0 Michigan Illinois Wisconsin — Ohio State Minnesota Indiana Northwestern Iowa „ Purdue W 4 4 3 3 3 1 1 2 2 0 L 0 0 0 1 1 3 3 2 2 4 T 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FUMBLE!—A Minnesota fumble is recovered by Illinois Tackle Don Ernst (54) as Minnesota Back Paul Giel (10) and Guard Burnham Elton make a desperate attempt to recover (Oct. 17) at Champaign, 111. Illinois won, 27 to 7. (AP Wirephoto.) UCLA, Duke and Rice Victims of Grid Upsets By ED CORRIGAN NEW YORK WV-The road to col lege football's poorhouse is paved with the remains of teams that thought they were brimming over with wealth. Ask UCLA, Duke and Rice. Here were three of the best teams in the country, all undefeated, before they tangled with Stanford, Army and Southern Methodist, respectively. Today, their hopes of appearing in postseason bowl games were all but shattered. Funeral Services Are Held for James Delahanty CLEVELAND W*—Funeral service will be held here today for James (Jim) Delahanty, one of five brothers who played baseball in the major leagues. Delahanty, who died Saturday, had worked recently as foreman of a street paving crew. Of his brothers, JEdward, Thomas and Joseph are dead. Frank is 72. Jim, an infielder and outfielder, broke into the majors with the Chicago Cubs in 1901 and later played with New York, Boston and Cincinnati in the National League. He was traded to St. Louis in Proud UCLA, a defensive Titan, that had allowed just seven points in ringing up four victories, was the favorite to win the Pacific Coast Conference title and appear in the Rose Bowl New Year's Day. But Stanford, one of the poor relations of the loop, beat U>em 21-20, Now UCLA is faced with the problem of having to whip Southern California when they collide Nov. 21. Chuck Taylor's Indians did it the hard way too, coming from behind on a 20-7 deficit Unheralded Bobby Garrett threw for all three Stanford touchdowns and converted all three. As for Duke, the Blue Devils came a cropper of Army 14-13 and now must hope that Maryland will lose somewhere along the way because the newly formed Atlantic Coast Conference permits only one team to play in a bowl. The Army" victory gives Navy something to worry about, even though the Middies rolled up a 65-7 score against Princeton. The Midshipmen, perhaps the top team in the East, were regarded as a shoo-in to beat the Cadets for the fourth year in a row when they meet in Philadelphia on Nov. 28. Now the experts are revising their predictions. Rice had high hopes of winning the Southwest Conference championship and playing host in the Cotton Bowl. But Southern Methodist, a better team than many observers thought, had other ideas and won it 12-7. That leaves Baylor still the team to beat in the loop. The latter swamped Vanderbilt 476. Bowling Scores Perfect didders H fc Consumers Hearts Jewelers Ellis Jewelers First-Puckett ._ O. T. Johnson Lucky Boy R & K Motors Central Cities 790 854 840 2484 11 821 838 820 2479 827 830 911 2568 795 876 790 2461 831 925 855 2611 816 781 849 2446 BOB 787 905 2498 High Individual Series M. A. D. S. B, D. M. Z. H. A. M. Armstrong Carr Dorethy — Nelson ---Ingram Beyaert — Dodd Shane Johnson — Egan Hor&ney - NEW YORK W — Six of the nation's top 10 ranking college football elevens are among the 57 teams still unbeaten and untied. Little Peru State Teachers of iNebraska and William Jewell (Mo) J. Sedgwick fhTAirtc« M Sw M ta vm "«£few- the list with the most vic 'l"'- ~ 8 -- r later played with Washington auditories. Detroit. He ended his major league Peru and William Jewell rolled career with Detroit in 1912. up six triumphs, the only teams Delahanty's best years were in in that class. Of the six ranking 1908, when he hit .317 for Washing- teams, Maryland has won the most — five. In the four group are Michigan State, Michigan, Baylor and West Virginia. Top ranked Notre Dame has a perfect record in three contests. 168 159 148 156 154 142 152 149 167 144 151 139 148 153 198 164 151 148 123 155 176 157 134 131 153 146 167 142 133—499 160—483 181— 480 174—478 196—473 170—467 136—464 160—462 160—461 188—461 154—458 173—458 136—451 154—449 ton, and in 1911 when he had a .339 average for Detroit. The Tigers won the pennant that year and later defeated Pittsburgh in the World Series. Check Your Brakes for These DANGER SIGNALS SERVICE LEAGUE Nyman Jewelers 741 750 752 Team No. 6 821 898 859 Higgins Dairy., 941 896 924 Hawkinson Swedes 911 879 804 Falstaff 868 822 929 Standard Five-, 787 880 818 Brady Drug 819 893 892 Ekstrom Plbg. & Heat 916 849 947 Hawkinson Irish 915 829 804 Park Drive.— 860 954 815 Somerville Mdtor 893 908 849 Huddle Drive Inn 892 790 902 High Individual Seriee 11% 9 14 9 10 8 6% 11 6 6 four straight — two of them Big Ten garues. Illinc/.s has three wins, two of them in the conference, and a tie. Wisconsin has won three all told but lost a non-league encounter with UCLA. Coach Ray Eliot of Illinois still refuses publicly to concede his boys anything beyond "hope for the first division" but the Illini, in trimming a good Minnesota team 27*7 Saturday, proved themselves definite title contenders. J. C Caroline and Mickey Bates, Eliot's sophomore stars maintained the terrific one-two ground assault that humbled Ohio State 41 - 20 in leading the Illini attack against the Gophers. Bates rammed 16 yards for one touchdown and caught a 26-yard pass for another, Caroline skipped 49 yards for a TD in totaling 205 yards running. Eliot feared last week's victory over Ohio State was merely a "flash in. the pan" but he undoubtedly recognizes today that he has the makings of a champion. Nonetheless, when title possibilities for the Illini are mentioned he continues to scoff. Michigan shows a tendency to drag in tough situations. Had it inot been for Duncan McDonald's fine passing eye — good for three touchdown pitches — the Wolverines could have been beaten by Northwestern instead of emerging with a 20-12 decision. They 7 barely escaped with victory,* 14-13, s over Iowa the previous Saturday. R Wisconsin, despite its win over the team that tied the Badgers for the conference championship in 1952. has yet to prove it can triumph over top - flight opposition. In other games Ohio State was lucky to escape with a 12-6 verdict over Penn and Iowa beat Wyoming 21-7. Among the independents, Notre Dame — the nation's top rated football team — defeated Pitt 2314 and Marquette whipped Arizona 14-0. , Ohio State, which stfll considers Prntselt in the running for the Big Porterhouse Is > Defeated in the • Pimlico Futurity By JOHN CHANDLER NEW YORK Lfl-The stunning defeat of Porterhouse in the $70,000 Pimlico Futurity pointed up the fact today there still id no standout 2-year-old who can be fated winter book favorite for the W54 Kentucky Derby. Porterhouse, from Mrs. M. E. Person's Llangollen Farm, made a neat grab for the juvenile crown when he copped the $117,000 Belmont Futurity Oct. 3. Then he let it slip from his grasp Saturday at Baltimore when Joe Gavegnano*s Errard King made alrunaway of the Pimlico Futurity. Errard King now has won six of eight races, but Saturday was his first start out of New Jersey. The $55,000 East View Stakes at Jamaica Wednesday may turn up a colt who will merit some titular consideration, although Porterhouse and Errard King are by no means out of the voting. Errard King still has some others to beat, besides Porterhouse, who had taken six out of seven until Pirn* lico's stake. The East View will be watched with interest, for the sensational one-time starter Mister Gus is scheduled to make his first stakes showing. Mister Gus, owned by Gustave Ring of Washington, in his one and only outing a week ago zipped down the Widener straight course to win easily in near track record time. Lake Par est Has Top Spot in CCI CHICAGO (JMLftke Forest College maintains a steady lead in the College Conference of Illinois football race with three straight (league triumphs. t The Foresters * recorded their latest victory Saturday at North Central's expense. 13 • 10. - Bob Burns and Bob Williams scored the winners 1 touchdowns. Meantime, undefeated Wheaton moved into CCI competition for the first time tfits season with a 33-0 conquest of Elmhurst, Quarter* back Ed Davies scored two TDs and passed for another. Augustana dropped Mtllikin from the CCI'a undefeated ranks, blasting out a 32-14 victory as freshman halfback Osie Rostick scored three times—-one run being good for 72 yards. Illinois Wesleyan, in a noncon- ference contest, was drubbed 54-6 by Washington of St. Louis. It was Wesleyan's fourth consecutive defeat Michigan's two entries In the Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference continued respective title drives with victories in the IIAC's only conference clashes. Central Michigan whipped Southern Illinois 19-6 in a game featured by Verne Hawes' 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Michigan Normal's Bob Williams scored two touchdowns in the final period to beat Northern Illinois 20-14. Other scores included: • Northeast Missouri 7. Eastern Illinois 2; Navy Pier 19, Illinois meet will be fixed later. College 0. and Monmouth 27, Knox Next Saturday's schedule: Augustana at Elmhurst (CCI), Illinois Wesleyan at Millikin (CCI), Wheaton at Lake Forest (CCI), Carroll at North Central, Southern Illinois at Michigan Normal (IiAC), Western Illinois at Central Michigan (IIAC), Eastern Illinois at Navy Pier, Illinois Normal at Northern Illinois (IIAC), Illinois College at Rose Poly, Central at Carthage, Omaha at Knox, Monmouth at Coe, Arkansas State at Lewis. _ M Lake Forest J Wheaton - * Augustana 2 North Central 1 Elmhurst J> Illinois Wesleyan -------- 0 IIAC STAHfclHO^ Central MJchlffan 2 Michigan Normal ? L Pet. 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .B87 a .333 a .ooo 2 .000 Illinois Normal Southern lllnols Northern Illinois Eastern Illinois Western Illinois 1 1 0 0 0 0 1.000 1.000 1.000 .333 .000 .000 0 0 a 2 2 0 Be Champaign Site of 1953 Ice Skating Meet ST. PAUL, Minn. Cham paign-Urbana, 111., has been se lected for the 1953 national door ice skating meet by American Skating Union. A Union meeting announced the selection Sunday. Dates for in- the the Prep Football atmati KM * rooriAtti (By THU ASSOCIATED PRESS) Fsnwiek IS. Loyola Tech 0, Morton 40, Niles 0. 1 Waukegan 27, Highland Turk 11 Morton Hammond, Ind. 27, CHenwot* School 12. tm „ Waller 13, Foreman 6. LaGrange 34. Maine 6. Hinsdale 26, Oienbard S. Austin 21, schuri lfl. Taft 27, Roosevelt 0. York 12, Downerg Grove 0. Proviso 3D, New Trier 29, Oak Park 33, Evanston 16\ Wheaton 21, Luther North If. Gage Park 12, Calumet 0. Harrison 12, Senn 7. Bowen 12, Parker 0. it _ • Luther South 18. North Park 0. Kelly 25, South Shore 7, Mt. Olive 3fl, Benld Q. Uroy 28, P«r Cree^Macklnaw 1*» Octavia o! Colfax 12, Hay worth 4. Illinois Racing In Final Phase CHICAGO (0 -The final phase of the Illinois thoroughbred racing season begins today at Sportsman's Park, which opens a 12-day meeting at its half-mile track. Feature of today's eight - race program is the $5,000 Sickle Purse, a seven-furlong affair for 3-year- Heading the field are West Wind Farm's Breadwinner and Bernard W. Landy's Red Speed, both top- weighted at 117 pounds. Others entered are Pussy Cat, Master Red Pipe of Peace, Dax, Baby's Delight and Poo Bah. A six-day charity program will follow Sportsman's regular 12-day schedule. 9 12 6 6 12 8 10 7 11 7 11 8 8 9 4 9 8 10 mi 7 12 12 9 10 R. Madden 213 W. Eagle 212 B, McFarland 187 E. Shane 189 D, Simmons 179 190 199 175 177 147 217—620 165—576 213—575 171—537 195—521 TOWH AND COUNTRV Knoxville Cash and Carry 7B1 757 Galerons - 805 Victors 726 Bullerettes 717- Maquon Jets 758 Dahinda Comets — 797 llltown J.D.'s 731 he Five Pins 719 Whirlwinds _ 794 R. R. 1 Rollers 685 High Individual Saries Peggy Plym 128 184 Frances Dredge 140 Pat Anderson 143 Margaret Cochran — 137 Dot Martin 145 Sarah McCutcheon 130 742 726 739 736 781 658 779 920 743 168 182 140 117 150 765 13 8 815 6 15 735 13 8 709 12 9 758 13 8 709 9 12 672 13 8 792 11 10 805 11 10 694 4 17 144—458 129—437 107—432 141—418 154—416 130—410 Ten crown with a 1-1 record, offers Wisconsin the big test it needs in a game Saturday at Madison. Michigan is at Minnesota in another mettle-testing battle for the Wolverines. Michigan, State should hand Purdue its fifth straight setback at Lafayette, Ind., while Indiana and Iowa both try for a Big Ten victory in an Iowa City date. 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