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Archmere Hits That Line (Chow) for Talent By HAL BODLET terman in all but one position.lthree-year veteran, is the quar-rr iVMftVT . 91 a ,-1, HPing t0 better last year' l0terback. JMSt" A.r.ch-e" Mike Fay, Wilmington, the crew from 18 to 30 when cWf!' Si' ! ' Qn "tday.teim'i captain, is the right half t xv i u i v j , Hisni againsi ai. james men. Joha Walsh snatched 12 pros- rjects from the srhnnl'i liinrh' WAI.STT uhi ma line. , . j ant under Jimmy Flynn at pl?nn.mg- on him playm 48 "There wasn't anything left Sral Catholic High in Pitts-r"' to do," said the former Dela- f?. wasted no time install- P "3,T 72 ing me winged-T offense, whichr,"'' Zr: V7 , is as much a B.rt nf . n.iJJoe Blen. Wilmington, at left football graduate as the di- back. "The hardest runner on the team," said Walsh. "I'm ware fullback, starting his first season here. "I had issued several calls, but we cot onlv 1ft kids. For a couple of days l,Plom. stood near the line in the cafe- The winged-T is difficult to teria and when a big one came'Put in, but Walsh has had good by I grabbed him." success. In a half dozen scrim- Despite these draft tactics, mages, his team has executed Coach Walsh is able to field a the formation well, starting team which has a let-i Bill Peterman. of Milford, a halfback. Biden won his letter last year as an end, but Walsh has converted him to halfback. He is one of the best pass receivers on the team. Halfbacks Ed O'Brien, Chester, Pa., and Bob Deveney, Claymont, have' shown good promise. Tom Lewis, Wilmington, a junior, will start at one of the ends, with Wilmington's Steve Dunning, the only non -letter winner, at the other. Lewis is the most determined boy on the squad, according to Walsh. The tackles are Dennis Doyle, Chester, Pa., a 6-3, 195 pounder, and Kent Trask, Claymont, 6-2, 200 pounds. "I think Doyle is one of the best tackles in the state," enthused Walsh. "He really has good poise and is outstanding." BOB STEWART, Wilmington, a converted end, and Joe leading contenders for the guard berths. Marty Londer gan, Wilmington, 6-1, 205 poud will anchor the line at center On defense, waisn wui use Ralph Donofrio, in the back- field along with Herb Slattery and Jim Schaal, on the line. All are Wilmington boys. Ed Ritter, Bridgeton, N. J., is ex pected to alternate at guard. "My biggest problem is that I don't know what to expect from the other teams in our Quindeperdent Conference," said Walsh. "All I can go by is what I've heard, and by last year's records. But I think we'll Fall Guy Picks Mich. State, Wake Forest, Texas to Win McGlone, Chester, Pa., are provide some surprises." By HAROLD CLAASSEN NEW YORK, Sept. 21 (!.-.Traditionally, this is the first day of fall. But the fall you get on the calendar is nothing like the fall you can get trying to pick football winners. (Last week's figures: 28 winners, seven losers, .800). Mississippi over Kentucky: The Kentuckians have nothing to compare with the Jake Gibbs-to-Johnny Brewer battery. The Ole Miss attack is rugged. Syracuse ever Boston University: Last year, en route to their national championship, Syracuse won this game by a 46-0 score. It could be as much this time. Washington over Idaho: Little more than a workout for the Washington Rose Bowl kings. Illinois over Indiana: Fullback Bill Brown starts Coach Pete Elliott off on the right foot. Alabama over Tulane: The Tulane season already is a success. Last week, it defeated California. Now that Alabama has defeated Georgia, it must be considered a Southeast Conference title threat. Michigan State over Pittsburgh: This one is on TV and it should be worth seeing. The Spartans' crop of sophomores reputed to be the best in the Big 10. Kansas over Kansas State: John Hadl's name looks as Bullet Hanover No. 4 in Jug DELAWARE, O., Sept. 21 tfl. Eleven of the nation's top 3-year-old pacers made last-minute preparations today for the 15th annual running of the Little Brown Jug. The $66,510.89 classic goes tomorrow, with 3 p. m. (EDT) the probable starting time for the first heat. Racing will continue at approximately hourly intervals until one horse wins two heats. If different horses win the first three dashes, those three will settle the issue in a finale mile. The first-heat lineups were drawn yesterday, with expected favorite Bullet Hanover winning the No. 4 position. Bullet, who topped 2-year-olds last year with a 1:57 mile, will be after his first win on a half-mile track. But Trainer-Driver Johnny Simpson insists that the Delaware County track will not hinder the flash. Mm. Dernengel Duo Wins Newark Golf NEWARK, Sept. 21-(Spe-cial). Mrs. Fred Dernengel and her guest, Mrs. Mary Ellen Aloisi of Rock Manor, were low-net winners in a member-guest golf tournament at Newark Country Club yesterday. They scored 68. Mrs. Joe Aneda, wife of the Newark pro, and Mrs. J. T. Chandler III, Wilmington Country Club, were second with 71. Mrs. Gordon Cannoles and Mrs. John Long of Du Pont Country Club were third with 76. Fight Results B Associated Press tOS ANGELES Bobby Gordon. 117. PKtsburih, knocked out Bobby Sand. 171, Los Anarlrs, 1. FORT LAUDERDALE. Tt. Freddla Blades. 179. Ft. Lauderdale, outpointed John (Gorilla) Gould, 17. Miami, 10. bob TON Larry Boardman, 13i, Clearwater Fla.. stoppid Pat McCarthy, Jr., 135, Boston, I. Perfect Game Sags, Softball Ace Loses WANTAGH, N. Y., Sept. 21 iAVrrHarvey Sterkel is .wondering what you have to do to win in the 28th World Tournament of the Amateur Softball Association. The No. 1 pitcher for the defending champion Aurora, 111. Sealmasters had a perfect game through 20 batters in last night's game with Stockton, Calif. Sixteen rivals went down on strikes, but he lost, 10. Babe Lally, the 21st batter, singled to center and stole sec ond. Carnie Garcia hit back to the mound and Sterkel, instead of throwing to first immedi-atley, waited too long and the hurried throw wnt wild. Lally scored. The four-time Clearwater, Fla., Bombers advanced to tonight's, semi-finals of the winners' bracket at the expense of Long Island City, 3-2. Delaware Clippers To Open Sunday Delaware Clippers will open a new semi-pro fooball season Sunday at Baynard Stadium when they entertain the Philadelphia Cobras. Kickoff will be at 2 p. m. The Clippers again are coached by Norm Willey, former Philadelphia Eagles end. National League National League though misspelled. But on the field, as Kansas' star halfback, he looks right proper. Purdue over UCLA: The Big 10 team's biggest problem is the lack of reserves, but that should not bother in the 'first game of the season. Wake Forest over Clemson; Norm Snead's passing to engineer an upset in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Iowa over Oregon State: Iowa's hard-bitten sophomores will prevail over the Staters, still pleased from their upset victory over Southern Califor nia a week ago. Nebraska over Minnesota: The Nebraskans' best team since the Rose Bowl eleven of Biff Jones' era. Oklahoma over Northwest em: A year ago Oklahoma lost, and looked badly doing it, after half the squad became ill of food poisoning. Home cooking this time will turn the tables. Texas over Maryland: How much tougher can they get than this one? Georgia Tech over Rice: You can't pick against Stan Gann, Tech's new throwing man. Columbia over Brown: For the first time in more than a decade, Columbia has bench strength. The others: FRIDAT NIGHT Washington Stat over Denver. Tow Stale aver Detroit. Mississippi South ern over Hirdln-Simmoni, San Josi over Brltham Toum. SATCRDAT EAST Army over Boston Collet, Cornell over Collate, Dartmouth over New Hampshire, Harvard over Holy Cross, Lehlro aver Delawar. Nary over Vlllanova, Penn over Lafayette, Rut ten over Princeton, Yl. over Connecticut. VMI over Buffalo. 80UTH Auburn over Tennessee, Florida over Florida State, The Citadel over Oeorn. Washington, North Carolina over North Carolina State, South Carolina over Duke. Oeorila over Vanderbllt. Virginia Tech over Went Virginia. Mississippi Btata over Houston, William & Mary over Virginia, Wofford over Davidson. MIDWE8T Cincinnati ov.r Dayton, Michigan over Oregon, Missouri over umsnoma state, Hotra Dam. over California, Wlehits over Xavler, Ohio State over SMU. SOUTHWEST-Arkansaa over Tulsa, Baylor over Colorado, North Texas State ever Texas Western. Texas LA & M over Texas Tech, Arltona State over west Texas. FAB WEST Air Fore, oyer Colorado Stat. University. Arizona over Utah. College of Pacific over Marquette, Southern California over TCtJ, Wisconsin over Stanford, Wyoming over New Mexico. AT PHILADELPHIA First Gan. PITT8BORQH I PHILADELPHIA lb r b rbil ab r h rbi Vlrdon.cf 113 JiCalllson.rt 4 O 1 0 Sknlner.lf SO llTajlor.Jb 4 I 0 Clemente.rt ill 0 Curry.lt 4 0 13 Stuart.lb 4 O 1 0 Herrera.lb 4 0 10 aChrlst'her 1 0 O.DelOreco.ct 4 0 10 Stevens, lb 1 0 0 0 Neeman.e 4 0 0 0 Burgess.e 4 10 0 Woods. 3b Hoak.lb 4 0 1 0 Koppe.si Mss'osii.Jb 4 1 3 lj Roberts, SehoAeld.ss 4 1 1 l'short.n Frlend.B 3 11 1 bDalrympl. Green.p Totals 31 Till Totals a-Ran for Stuart in lib: b-llned out for Short in Ith. Pittsburgh 001001 310-7 Philadelphia .... 00000001 01 Errors: Del Oreco ill. Koppe, Scho- fleld. Putouta-assists: Pittsburgh 37-7. Philadelphia 17-15. Double plays: Her-rera (unassisted): Mazeroskl, Schofleld and Stuart. Left on bases: Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia l. Two-base hits: Vlrdon, Friend, Her rara. Horn, runs; Vlrdon, Woods. Sac rlflce: Friend 4 111 3 0 10 10 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 9 0 0 8 31 1 1 1 IP H Friend (W. 17-11) 0 7 Roberta (L. 10-11) (I 0 Short 11 4 Oreen 1 0 Umpires: Pelekoudas, Barlick, Jack-owikl, Landla. Time: 1:15. Ree.nt Gan. PITTSBURGH j PHILADELPHIA ab r h rbil ab r N rb Vlrdon.cf t 0 1 01 Taylor.lb 4 0 0 0 8klnner.lf 4 0 1 l;Walters.r( 4 0 10 Clmoll.lf 0 0 0 OleCalllson 10 0 0 Cleme'te.rt 10 1 O B.OS'lth lf 4 110 Stuart.lb 4 0 0 0 Herrera.lb 10 10 R.CSt's.lb 0 0 0 0 D Greco.cf 4 0 0 0 H.Smith, 4 1 1 HCoker.e 3 13 1 Hoak.Jb 4 0 1 0,Woods,3b 3 0 10 Mas'skl.lb 4 0 0 0 Wtn,ss 4 0 0 0 Sch'fleld.sa 3 11 0 Owens.p 3 0 10 Haddtx.p 1 1 1 0 bDalrympl 110 0 aBurges 1 0 0 01 Lablne.p 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 3 10 3 Totals 33 1 I 1 a-Struck out for Haddtx In 7th; b-grounded out for Owens In Ith; -struck out lor Walters In Ith. Pittsburgh 00100011 03 Philadelphia ....01001110 01 Errors: Smith. Schofleld. Hoak. Put-outs-assists: Pittsburgh, 17-10; Philadelphia. 17-11. Double plays: Schofleld, Mazeroskl and Stuart: Stevens and Mazeroskl. Left on bases: Pitts-bur h, I; Philadelphia. I. Two-base hit: Schofleld, Horn tun: Smith. Sacrifice: Labine. IP H R ER BB SO HaddlX t I 1 1 1 1 Labine (W, 1-1) .. 3 0 0 0 3 1 Owens (L. 4-131 .. I 10 3 3 1 3 umpires: Barlick. Jackowskl, Landrs. and Pelekoudas. Time: 1:20. Attendance: 17,118. At ST. LOUIS LOS ANGELES ST. LO0I3 b r h rbi' ab r h rbi Wills, se 4 0 1 OiLandrum.cf 4 0 0 0 NeaUb 3 0 0 0 Cun'him.rf 4 0 10 W.Davls.cf 3 0 1 0 White, lb 4 0 0 0 aEss lan.lt 1 0 0 0 Boyer,3b 4 110 Fairly. If 0 0 0 0 Moryn If 3 0 0 0 T.Da's.lf.cf 4 1 1 0 Flood.lf 0 0 0 0 Hodges.lb 4 0 1 0 Spencer.sa 3 110 bLllUs.3b 0 1 0 O Oram'as.ss 0 0 0 0 Howard, rf 3 0 1 0 fCrow. 0 0 0 0 cMoon 0 0 0 0 gKolk 0 10 0 Sherry, p 0 0 0 0 Javier, 2b 3 0 10 Koufax.p 0 0 0 OlhMuslal 10 0 0 C.SmlttUb 3 0 3 0 H.Smith, 3 0 2 1 dLarker.lb 1 0 1 llJCarmel 0 0 l Plg'tano, 3 0 0 OjSlmmons.p 3 0 10 Cralg.p 3 0 0 0 M'Dantel.p 0 0 0 0 eSnlder 10 0 OilJames 10 11 Totals 33 1 1 II Totala 33 3 11 3 a-Orounded out for W. Davis In Ith; b-ran for Hodges in Ith: e-walked for Howard in Ith; d-alngled for 8. Smith In Ith; .-grounded Into double play for Crali in Ith: -walked for Grammas In Ith; g-ran for Crow in Ith: h-flied out for Javier In Ith; l-slngled for MeDanlel in lih; J-ran lor H. Smith In Ith. Los Angeles 0 I I I I 0 I I 1-1 St. Louis 00000010 13 Errors: None, Putouts-asslsts: Los Angeles 38-12 (two out In Ith when winning run scored): St. Louis, 37-11. Double plays: Hod tea and Plgnatano: Neal, Wills and Hodges. Left on bases: Los Anaeles, 7: St. Louts, 7, Two-base hits: Spencer, T. Davis. Sacrifice; Flood. IP H R ER BB SO Craig ' I I 1 1 0 1 L. Sherry (L, 14-1) 11111 0 Koufax I 1 0 0 1 0 Simmons I T 1 1 1 4 M' Daniel W, 11-4) 1 1 0 0.1.- 0 Balk: Simmons. Umpir?' Gorman. Smith. Sudol. Boggest. Time: 1:11. Attendance: 11,711.. AT MILWAUKEE CINCINNATI ) MILWAUKEE ab r h rbil ibrbrb Kasko.lb I 1 1 O'Bruwn.ef 4 0 10 Plnson.ef 5 110 CrtndalI.e 4 0 0 0 Bell.rf 4 1 0 0 Matflsws.Jb 3 0 0 0 Rob'aon.lf 4 3 ID Aaron rf 3 0 0 0 Bailev.c 4 11 iDark.lf 3 0 10 ER BB 8C Coleman. lb 4 1 1 ll Adcock lb 3 0 0 0 I Jones.3b 3 0 0 ljLogan.ss 3 0 0 0(homer - rijincti i v v v t,oiiisr.jo i v v v 0 Cook 3b 0 0 0 O'bCovlngton 10 0 0 0 MrMII'nn 4 0 1 i: Mantilla. Jh 0 0 0 0 Hook.p 5 0 1 ORurdftts.p aMiyj JOURNAL-EVERT EVENING, Wed. Sept 21. 196(1 J Cowboys Sign Falls DALLAS, Sept. 21 Of). The Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League today claimed Mike Falls, 240-pound guard, from the Green Bay Packers on waivers. 3t A'::i'-'r " INMtMM.tllMOewakW 2 "lsa. 1 M J rJT' " sVw" TAYLOR-MADE ENGINEER Fullback Boyd Taylor, who led Lehigh in rushing and total offense last year as a sophomore, will be back on the scene Saturday against Delaware. Season opener will be played at Bethlehem, Pa. Taylor is 6 1, 205. Bra!iO Spciial as W Vki . . I S! Here's What We D 1 inspect lining. J Inspect, clean ad ropoct front whtol bearing. 3 Imped brake drum. M Check and odd broke fluid if needed. t Adjuit the brake tJvoet to 9 secure full contact with drums. 4 Carefully test braket. STATE STORES 4th I Adams OL 6 8500 Open Eves. 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fox.o McMahon.o PIzarro.D dOabrlelson 10 0 0 Totala 31 1 10 71 TjUIs 210 3 0 a-Panned for Burdette In 8th; fag-rounded out for Cottier In tth; c-forced runner for Jones In Oth; d-lined out lor Pliarro In Ith. Cincinnati 030002 50 01 Milwaukee 00000000 00 Errors: McMillan, Dark, Logan (31. Putouts-asslsts: Cincinnati 37-0. Milwaukee 37-11. Double plav: McMillan, Kasko and Coleman. Left oa bases'. Cincinnati I, Milwaukee 3. Two-bast hits: Bailey, Coleman. IP H R Hook (W. 11-17) I 1 0 Burd'te (L, 17-13) 0 7 Pox i 1 5 McMahon I I 0 Pliarro 10 0 Umpires: Dascoll, Becory, Crawford, Venton. Time: 3:35. Attendance: 10,000. AT CHICAGO BAN FRANCISCO I CHICAGO ab r b rbil lb r b rbi Blas'ame,b 5 I 3 O Ashburn ef 3 0 0 1) Pagan, ss 4 3 3 0 Zimmer.lb Mays.ct 3 0 1 l' Williams, If Alou.lf 4 1 1 ljBanks.'s Cepeda.lb 3 0 0 0 Santo. 3b Klrkl'nd.rf 4 1 1 ljWlll.rl Dav'port,3b 4 0 1 2 Altman.lb Schmidt. e 3 0 1 0 Taylor. c SamJones.p 4 0 0 0 'Tllsworth, P Schat'oth.p a Hatton Wrlght.p Totals 34 5 I 5 Totals ..IPlurf ah fnf Ac ViBfTtrnftth In Sth an ranctsco ... 10031000 0 5 Chicago O1000OO0 13 Errors: Taylor, Davenport. Putouts-asslsts: San Francisco 37-1, Chicago 37-15. Double plays: Banks, Zimmer and Altman; Klrkland and Pagan. Left on bases: Ban Francisco 0, Chicago 5 Two-bate hits: Pagan, Blaslngame. Three-base hit: Davenport, Solen base: Blasingame, IP H R ER B 80 .Jones (W, 17-14) I I 3 1 3 I Ellsw'th (L, 0-13) 4 T 5 1 3 achaflernoth ... 4 1 0 0 1 3 Wright 1 1 0 0 0 0 Hit by pitch: Br Ellsworth (Mays) Wild pitch: Bam Jones. Umpires: Burk-hardt, Vargo, Conlan. Donatelli. Time 2:13. Attendance: 1,013. Seyfried Six-Hitter Gives Denver Opener DENVER, Sept. 21 (.Denver's Bears combined Gordie Seyfried's six-hit pitching with some distance hitting and beat Louisville, 6-3, last night in the opener of their American Association final playoff series before 2,276 fans. Seyfried gave up a two-run to Mack Jones in the first inning and a solo round-tripper to Stan Lopata in the second. Homers by Casey Wise in the second and Bo Osborne in the fifth tied the score at 33. Ice Hockey EXHIBITION GAMES Detroit (NL) 1. 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