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ON THE REBOUND BY "SWICK" w < :; 1, K# ; Tale of the Tape /Age......25 'V*kjht.. ..160 Height.. 5'10& Reach.... 70 Chelate*). .39 ChefitCExp.). .42 Neclc 16!i Wawfc.... 32 Bteep* .13 FiS4r \Z Thigh. ZZ Wrftt 7& Forearm. .11/*, NORTHWEST CONFERENCE . . . Review . . . Mollnc tallied two touchdowns in the last quarter to down a hard fighting Galesburg crew, 12-0. Hero is what Russ Kieselc, sports boss of the Moline Dispatch, commented . . . "The team victory went to the Sam Drake club; the individual heroics all belong to Larry Stewart . . .Stewart, a fast moving junior, played one of the greatest defensive games a prep can turn in." ... We agree, with Russ 100 per cent. . . . However, this department feels that every Silver Streak player that got into the game covered himself with glory. It was a hcarthreaker for the locals to lose, but few, If any, Galesburg teams ever made a greater effort to win. WHAT MORE CAN YOU ASK OR EXPECT? . . . East Moline had to come back with a three touchdown fourth quarter to edge East Peoria, 18-13. . . . Rock Island had too much power and speed for a scrappy Kewanee team as the Rocks rolled, 41-12. . . . Monmouth remained among the slate's unbeaten and untied teams by defeating Canton, 25-0. —S— LITTLE SIX . . . Rehash . . . The Rosevillc Panthers arc perched on top of the league as the result of Friday night play. . . . Alcdo shocked Abingdon, 20-13, In a thriller. The Green Dragons held a 20-0 halftime advantage and then beat off a belated, but determined bid by the Commandos for victory. The highlight of the contest was a 95 yard TD run by Art Cook of Aledo. . . . Rosevillc downed ROVA, 33-0, behind the fine running of Irvin Sprout. Jim Martin also played an important role in the Panther win with two long TD runs. . . .Alexis edged Knoxvlllc, 14-7. John Axccll, Bill Lafferty and John Sharer showed up well for the Cardinals, while Terry Houston and Jim Steele stood out for the Bullets. . . . Non-conference activity marks this week's play. —S— BILL KNOTT, cage center for the Little Giants of Canton last season, is enrolled at Normal U. in Bloomington —S— COACH RETIRES . . . Fred Major, winner of five Big 12 Conference football titles in eight years as coach of Champaign High, has resigned is the result of poor health. Backfield coach Tom Stewart will take jver immediately. . . . Fred will remain at Champaign Hi as dean of boys. . —S— BASKETBALL practice has started at Illinois U. and one of the freshman candidates is 6-8 Jim Burks from Horse Cave, Ky. . . . Promising sophomores reporting for varsity practice include such well known prep stars as Bruce Brothers, Billy Ridley, Bob Reitsch and the Jud- Bon twins . . . Phil and Paul. —S— INTERESTING'ITEM . . . Gus Schrader of the Cedar Rapids Gazette notes: "Among the standout basketball players interested in coming to the U. of Iowa this year were Joel and Leon McRae, members of the LaGrange team that won the Illinois prep title last spring. Iowa didn't encourage cither lad because their grades indicated they might be poor FINANCIAL RISKS." . . . Thanks to Paul Carlson of the Moline Dispatch for the above paragraph. —S~JANE HEERDE, four-year-old daughter of coach Bill Hccrde of Macomb, is showing improvement after being struck by a car last Thursday. Both legs near her hips and the bone in the upper part of her right arm were fractured. Jane is" in St. Francis Hospital in Macomb. . . . The accident was witnessed by Harold Roe and it was he -who rushed the little girl to the hospital. . . . Harold is the older brother of Bill Roe who wrote football history at Knoxville when Heerde coached the Blue Bullets. —S— FRIARS ... An intercepted pass, deep in their own territory, paved the way for the one Rushville TD Saturday night that beat Corpus Christi, 6-0. The Friars turned in one of their better defensive games, but just couldn't keep up a sustained drive toward the Rushville goal.; .. . Tommy Bclezos turned in a good game for the Drolet club, as did' lack Hcnnenfcnt and Tom Hagcrty. The entire Friar forward wall turned in a commendable job. —S— FIGHTIN' ILLINI . . . Mickey Bates and J. C. Caroline were again the stars as Illinois dumped Minnesota, 27-7,-last Saturday. . . . J. C. carried the ball 21 times for 205 yards rushing . . . only.ll off the Big Ten record. . . . Bates gained 85 yards via the rushing route, but hung NEW YORK MV-Notre Dame is up a pair of touchdowns. The former Kewanee star now has a total fading the national football rank- of 8 touchdowns. Red Grange tallied 13 in bis J«L*¥:; tag list for the fourth straight week rCCU£ill£CU . . . , Duke Slater, former All-American tackle at Iowa . . . C. C. Van Dyke and Floyd LeGrand of Galesburg. . . . Speaking of Boudreau ... the former lllini cage star, sent his best regards to Ken Menke of the Silver Streaks. . . . Doug Mills, director of athletics at Illinois, wanted to bo remembered to Coke Mills .. . former cage star at Galesburg and the U. of Illinois. . . . Doug was happy to hear that his namesake (Doug Mills of Hitchcock) was playing good football. . . . Johnny Karras, former All-American at Illinois. John is now selling insurance in Chicago after failing to make a go of it in pro football. . . . Last, but not least . . . Jocko "Wrenn, coach of East Moline an the Illinois Rose Bowl team a few years back. , BOBO RANPY OLSON \ TURPIN Height 5'iok Reach 74& ChesiCVat) 40 Che4t(Exp.)..44Ji Neclc Waist Biceps Fi«t Thigh. Wrist Forearm 16 31 15 12/* ZS VA iz'A Del Flanagan Beats Marcello PROVIDENCE, R. I. W — Vet- Showdown Will Come This Saturday for Four Undefeated Midwest Conference Grid Teams The showdown Saturday for the four undefeated Midwest Conference teams—Lawrence, Monmouth, St. Olaf and Coe—when Lawrence travels to St. Olaf and Monmouth visits Coe. These four have outclassed other five teams, scoring 471 points to 112 for their Conference opposition in 13 games. During the next three weeks each of these four will play two of the other three, in what should prove to be one of the most interesting finishes in the history of the Conference. The two highest scoring elevens,! the Lawrence Vikings and the St. Olaf Lions, will meet at Northfield, Minn., in a Homecoming tussle. The Vikings have averaged 45 points to 3 for their conference opponents in 4 games. Their most recent triumph was a 62-0 shellacking of Ripon before a Ripon Homecoming crowd. While this was going on, the St. Olaf Lions were similarly ruining a Carleton Homecoming by downing the Carls 34-0. The Lions have averaged 41 points to 10 against conference foes. The Lions will be out to avenge a 28-13 beating at Lawrence last year. Since neither! team has really been tested as will come thislyear's 15-6 triumph over the Pioneers. The strong showing made by the Rams against the Coe Kohawks for the first three quarters this past Saturday indicates they may be beginning to the!roll under their new coach, Jim Dutcher. The Rams actually led M to 13 at one place in the 3rd period before their Homecoming crowd, before the Kohawk long range passes snowed them under. The Pioneers lost this past week to a powerful Wasbash crew, 33-12, in a non-conference tilt. Both Ripon and Carleton will be trying to hit the come-back trail this week when they meet at Carleton before a Parents Day crowd. Each owns an initial win over Cornell, followed by nothing but grief. The Ripon Rcdmcn have lost to Monmouth (36-15) and Lawrence (62-0), whereas the Carls have boweri to Monmouth (25-7), Lawrence (20-6), Knox (27-7) and St. Olaf (34-0). Knox plays host to Omaha University in the only non-conference game on the slate. Highlights of Saturday Games Coe 40, Cornell 14: For a little more than half the game it was a w jl'j!see-saw battle, with the yet, no one knows which come through better when thejRams actually leading briefly 14- pressure is on. Against common|l3 in the third quarter. The Ko- t0 u\ ^ h « V ^ h ^ d st °. me "ihawks turned on the steam, how- what the better of it. The Lions i , . dumped Grinnell 60-12, whereasi^ ver - to i core , four straight touch- the Vikings' victory was a 25-0J downs - tne last three on lon S affair. Over Carleton the Lions |P asses have a 34-0 triumph to compare! Stremiow kicked four extra with a 20-6 victory by the Vik- points for Coe, and Bryan Valett ings. Both teams have versatile;and Ron Brown one each for Cor- attacks, combining powerful run-|nell. The game was played before a Centennial Homecoming crowd of 3500. ' . St. Olaf 34, punting of Barry Frakes was an. important factor here. He got oft kicks of 60 yards and 45 yards. Monmouth was threatening on the Knox 28 when the game ended. * Lawrence 62, Ripon 0: The Lawrence Vikings completely out* classed the Ripon Redmcn, scoring almost at wilt. The Vikings marched for a touchdown each time they got the hall In ^.he first half, and never did have to punt during the entire game. Only an 80-0 victory posted by Ripon In 1894 tops the one-sided margin roiled up by the Vikings Saturday. Carl Stumpf, speedy Lawrence left halfback, scored 3 touchdowns and kicked 7 extra points. Fullback Roger Stiles also made three TD's. Ed Grosse, Viking halfback, who scored one TD on a 4-yard punt return, was the leading ground-gainer with 78 yards in 9 carries. He also completed 8 passes for 126 yards. Reserve halfback Mcrlyn Trumbower provided two of the games thrills. He returned a punt 59 yards for one score and ran 82 yards with an intercepted pass for the final tally. The Redmenmade their only Cornell;bid for a score in the final minutes, when a flurry of passes took them to the Viking 17. Wabash 33, Grinnell 12: Both Grinnell scores came on passes by Quarterback Bob Norton. One was to Halfback Dick Von Maur for 25 yards, and the other to Carleton 0: Dick ning games with tricky passing The Monmouth Scots will pit their crushing ground attack, eran Del Flanagan, 149%, St. Paul,'against the passing of the CoejWerdahl scored in the first quar Minn., last night handed New Eng-jKohawks this Saturday at Cedarjler for St. Olaf on a 6-yard run. . , ,. . ,, . . „, Rapids. So far the Scots have wonjin the second period end John land welterweight champion Steve 5 games (4 .„ the. Conference)[Gustafson took a 10-yard pass from Marcello, 147%. Providence, his! U ging GAIESBURG, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1953 PAGE Notre Dame Is Still No. 1 Football Team Jocko played guard Galesburg Picked As Headquarters For Beagle Club The newly formed Western Illinois Beagle Club, with headquarters in Galesburg, held a successful Plan B trial Sunday, Oct. 11 on the club's running grounds located at Douglas, HI. Forty-three dogs were entered in the event and the club experimented with several revisions of standard field trial practices, designed with the all-around betterment of beagling in mind. Honors in the 15 inch stake went to Butch, first place, owned and handled by L. H. Woerdehoff of Moline; Nifty Sam, second, owned and handled by William McHugh of Bartonville; Peggy, third, owned and handled by L. H. Woerdehoff of Moline; Bob's Little Cloud, fourth, owned and handled by Robert Ferguson of Galesburg and Puzzle Ridge Buck, fifth, also owned and handled by Ferguson. Winners in the 13 inch stake were Sockler's Scott, first place, owned and handled by Harry Sockler of Macomb; Barstow Little Beau, second, owned and handled by Loren Hays of Colona; Shady Elm Boss, third, owned and handled by Leonard Koester of Rock Island; Judy Kay No. 6, fourth, owned and handled by Roy Helms of Peoria and Bachelor Beau of Barstow, fifth, owned by Ray Stensvaag and handled by Millie Stensvaag of Barstow. Jess Oldham of Peoria was awarded a consolation prize* because he was forced to remove his dog from competition due to illness. Before getting sick the dog had run a good first series. Along with the usual first-place trophies and all-place ribbons, a useful prize donated by Galesburg merchants was presented each place hound. The club is planning to hold its . Plan A trial during the month of November. By RED GRANGE Original Manin-Motion Written for NEA. Service QUESTION: A back catches kick in his end zone, fumbles and, atte m p * in g to recover the ball, forces it out-of |bounds behind his goal line How i|S this ruled? • Answer: It's touchback. Q. What coach organized foot ball at two schools, pla y e d on their first teams as captain, was also coach at the same time? A. Amos Al- Springfield, Mass., College in 1890 and at Chicago in 1892. Q. What was the Notre Dame offensive under Knute Rockne? A. The backs lined up In a T formation, quickly shifted into a Z or box. It was good for line bucks, sweeps and passes. The short, or weak side of the line, was penetrated by deceptive spinners and reverses. Q. What college football coach used to be an outfielder for the New York Yankees.? A. Southern California's Jess Hill. - Red Grange onzo Stagg at DELUXE CABS PHONE Shoemaker Goes 2 Days in Roiv Without Victory ALBANY, Calif. OR — For the first time in many months, World Jockey Champion Willie Shoemaker has gone two straight days without a winner. Shoes was blanked on six mounts yesterday, and on eight Saturday. That's 14 straight. Early last week, he went 12 races between visits to the winner's circle. Shoes, who rode two winners Friday to run his year's victories to 392 and break Tony DeSpirito's 390 record s^t last year, doesn't know what his longest losing streak was. His valet, Dunice DuBois, says about 22, at Santa Anita last winter. Shoemaker had two seconds add three thirds yesterday. He has six more mounts today. After last week's 23-14 victory over Pittsburgh, Notre Dame polled 57 first-places votes out of 134 cast in the fourth weekly As sociated Press ranking poll. The Irish haven't been displaced since the nation's sports writers and broadcasters picked them in the preseason poll as the team most likely to succeed. But their two closest rivals in the weekly balloting, Michigan State and Maryland, were closer than ever before when the points were totaled up on the usual basis of 10 points for a first-place vote, nine for second, etc. Notre Dame wound up with 1,153 points and a margin of only 46 points over runner-up Michigan State. A week ago, Notre Dame had 74 first-place votes and-1,226 points to 14 and 977 for Michigan State. Notre Dame plays fourth-ranked Georgia Tech Saturday in a game that could completely upset the standings. Tech, a team that didn't show much of f e n s e in its early games, got started against Tulane a week ago and rolled over threatening Auburn by a 36-6 count last Saturday to climb from sixth place to fourth in the rankings. Michigan State, an easy winner over Indiana, collected 31 votes for first place and 1,107 points this week while Maryland, breezing past North Carolina as easily as its-| earlier opponents, polled 27 firsts and 1,004 points. Georgia Tech, with only three firsts, received 769 points. The top 10 (first-place votes in parentheses): 1. Notre Dame (57) 1153 2. Michigan State (31) 1107 3. Maryland (27) - 1004 4. Georgia Tech (3) 769 5. Michigan (2) 683 6. Baylor (1) — 623 7. Illinois (1) 531 8. West Virginia (1) 299 9. Oklahoma (1) 277 10. Navy (1) 198 The second ten: 11. Southern California, 162; 12. UCLA, 107; 13. Southern Methodist, 71; 14. Louisiana State, 58;. 15. Texas A & M (1), 53; 16-17 (tied) Duke and Kentucky, 33 each; 18. Pittsburgh, 29; 19. Mississippi Southern 27; 20 Stanford, 21. first professional boxing defeat with an unanimous 10-round decision. Marcello had run up 30 victories in a row, but this was his first major test. He staggered Flana gan in the first round with a right hook to the jaw, but that was the only solid punch he landed in the fight. Flanagan began landing freely in the third round with hard right hands over Marceilo's low left guard and took charge of the fight the rest of the way, gaining a wide margin on the cards of the referee and both judges. The St. Paul boxer belted Marcello heavily in the fifth and, eighth rounds and at the finish Moline battle, while the Little Sixi** Rht ^ e . Is '? nd . J\ oxer ha <J schedule shows Ul games listed £ u, . s . es bejow his right eye and as non-loop affairs. I° n the left slde of hls face If "Shorty" Almquist's powerhouse from Rock Island can win at East Moline Friday the Rocks can assure themselves of at least a share in the Northwest Confer- Another Big Week Ahead for Little Six, NWC Teams Two Northwest Conference games are on tap this week, highlighted by the Rock Island-East ence title. They are rated heavy favorites' to dump the Panthers who have v.-on one and lost one in loop play to date. The Galesburg Silver Streaks will be host to the Kewanee Boiler makers in the only other Northwest Conference tilt. This battle looms as a toss-up with the Streaks out after their first loop win. The Roseville Panthers are presently in the driver's seat in the Little Six Conference with a loop record of three wins and no losses. And the Panthers need not fear of losing ground this week with all the teams, with the exception of the Knoxville Blue Bullets who have an open date, playing non conference, games. Aledo's upset victory over the Abingdon Commandos Friday gave Coach Don Viar's charges their first conference loss of the season. Their only other defeat came at the hands of the Monmouth" Zippers in a non-loop affair. NORTHWEST CONFERENCE (all games) w - — Rock Island 3 Moline 2 East Moline 1 Canton 1 Kewanee 1 Galtiburg 0 Friday Schedule Canton at East Peoria Rock Island at East Moline Davenport at Moline Kewanee at Galesburg LITTLE SIX CONFERENCE (all games) W Roseville 3 Aledo 2 Abingdon 2 ROVA 1 Alexis 1 Knoxville O Friday Schedule R.M.A. at Limestone at Stronghurst at Avon at Corpus Christi at L 0 1 1 1 2 2 W 5 3 3 1 1 2 L 0 1 1 2 2 3 W 4 3 3 1 3 1 READ THE WANT ADS almost entirely a game. They have gained 1287 yards by rushing to only 140 by passing. This past Saturday in their 27-20 win over Knox, they did not complete a single pass, but rolled up 328 yards by rushing. The story of the Kohawks is quite different. In beating Cornell this past Saturday 40-14, they scored 4 of their 6 touchdowns on passes. The last 3 scores came on pass plays which gained 48 yards, 55 yards and 43 .yards. They gained 219 yards by passing tol only 154 by rushing. While the four leaders are bat- runningjquarterback Clint Sathrum for the second touchdown. Speedster Roger Oie brought the fans to their feet at the beginning of the second half by running the kickoff back 90 yards for a touchdown. Soon afterwards Lee Simso plunged over from the five. The final score also came in the third quarter on a pass from Reinertson to Mikkejson, good for 14 yards. This culminated a 51-yard march, the only long one of the game. Paul Johnson made three conversions and Mikkelson one. Monmouth 27, Knox 20: The End Bob Risser for 26 yards. w L Pts. Opp. Lawrence 4 0 171 Monmouth - 4 0 112 St. Olaf 3 0 122 Coe 2 0 66 Grinnell 1 2 19 Ripon 1 2 29 Carleton 1 4 45 Knox —- 1 * 78 Cornell 0 5 33 Came* This Week (Oct. 24) •Cornell at Grinnell (Homecoming). •Lawrence at St. Olaf (Homecoming). •Ripon at Carleton (Parents Day). •Monmouth at Coe (night). Omaha University at Knox. • Conference game. 13 42 31 26 85 104 112 95 167 tling it out for the top positions, ^ nox Siwashers led the favored the struggle to stay out of the Monmouth Scots 14-13 at the three- cellar will be taking place on two quarter mark but could make only fronts. Before a Homecoming six points to 14 for the Scots in crowd the Grinnell Pioneers, with the final stanza. The three fourth a 1-2 record, will take on the period touchdowns all came in the Cornell Rams, who have yet to first four minutes of the period, gain a win in 5 starts. The Rams Monmouth controlled the ball for,_, will be out to repeat their last most of the last 11 minutes. The Pekb? Prep Football PREP SCHEDULE Kewanee Corpus Christi R.M.A Limestone Stronghurst' Avon Toulon LaHarpe Princeville Carthage Farmington Joy Kirkwood Orion Sherrard 1 Winola Reynolds Astoria Havana Bushnell-PC Valley Canton Rock Island at Galesburg at ROVA at Aledo at Abingdon at Alexis at Roseville at Galva at Hamilton at Elmwood at • Macomb at Eureka at Little York at Biggsvllle at Atkinson at Williamsfield at Cambridge at AlWood at V.I.T at Cuba at Lewistown at Southeastern at East Peoria at East Moline at Moline • t Btreator TRY NEW SINCLAIR PREMIUM GASOLINE 2 to 18 More Knock-Free Power Aledo Abingdon Alexis Roseville ROVA Fight Results By The Associated Press Providence — Del Flanagan, 149 3 /i, St. Paul, outpointed Steve Marcello, 147%, Providence, 10 Columbus, Ga, — Bobby Dykes, 157, Austin, Tex., stopped Al (Kid) McCoy, 154, Macon, Ga., 5 Brooklyn — Floyd Patterson, 166'/i, Brooklyn, outpointed Wes Bascom, 175 *4, St. Louis, 8 Quebec — Don Webber, 121, Roanoke, Va., outpointed Fernando Gagnon, 120%, Quebec, 10 Holyoke, Mass. — Bobby Cour- chese, 124%, Chicopee, Mass., stopped Jerry Kortright, 121Vi, New York 7 South Gate, Calil. — Vinnie De Carlo, 148Vii, Philadelphia, stopped Baby Ike, 148, Los Angeles, 7 Churchill Plays Abingdon Tonight Al Lombard Field Coach Charlie Edwards' undefeated Churchill gridders will be out to make it three straight tonight at Lombard Field when they meet Abingdon. Churchill has a 3-0 record so far this season with wins over Knoxville, Monmouth and Lombard. The local gridiron will be the site cf another junior high game Wednesday night of this week when Lombard and Hitchcock clash in an intra-city affair. Lombard has a 2-1 mark for the season, its only loss coming at the hands of Churchill, and Hitchcock has won both of its games to date. Both of these junior high games will get underway at 7:15. Big Game Hunters DENVER W- A record 100,000 big game hunters are expected to take out Saturday after Colorado deer, elk end bear- Eastern and western slope hunting areas are being opened the same day. BEAD THE CLASSIFIED ADS i QUICK*AND-EASY docs it with Sinclair POWER-JC for any sudden spurts, steepest hills, longest runs, toughest traffic. The tig difference is power — Sinclair POWERS gives 2 to 18% more knock-free power as shown by laboratory test. Here's peppy new smoothness for even the highest compression engines. 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