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THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 30. 1956 psets 7th R anked Syracuse; Colgate Routs Cornell, 34-6 Roberson Tallies On 100-Yd. Run -Jf W t ' . Powerful Line . Aids 14-7 Win Pittsburgh, sept. 2 (ap). Senior quarterbacks Corny Sal-vaierra and Darrell Lewis, operating behind a mobile powerhouse line and calling the shots for a host of fleet backs, guided the Pitt Panthers to a 14-7 victory over seventh-ranked Syracuse today in L battle of Eastern football giants. Salvaterra and Lewis, alternating at the key slot in coach John Mieholosen's split-T offense, kept pounding at an Orange line weakened by constant battering. Lewis, a southpaw, passed 19 yards to end Joe Walton for the .decisive touchdown in the third period. Salvaterra capped a 39-yard Pitt drive in the second quarter with a one-yard sneak for the score. Syracuse tallied its lone touch-Gown early in the second quarter as fullback Ed Coffin intercepted a Lewis pa?s and scooted 55 yards. -A home-opening crowd of 49,-237 saw a totally different team Jhan the one that needed two fumbles to squeak past West Virginia, 24-13, last week. 7 The victory was a big one for the Panthers, rated No. 10 in the Nation, tightening their grip on jthe Lambert Trophy they won last -season as the bast in the East. v' As it did last year in beating Syracuse, 22-12, Pitt shackled All-America hopeful Jimmy Brown, tiolding him to only 52 yards rushing in 14 tries. Brown ran wild in the Orangemen's 26-12 triumph over Maryland last week. 1 Two unheralded halfbacks, sen ior Corkv Cost and iunior Jim Theodore, ripped off big chunks of yardage time after time as the Panthers moved strongly on the ground. The Orange scored quickly in the second qiarter as Coffin alertly picked off Lewis' pass and twisted and squirmed down the right side for a touchdown. Brown converted, and Syracuse had a 7-0 lead. Syracuse 0 7 0 0 7 Pitt 0 7 7 14 SYRACUSE SCORING: Touchdown Cofiin i55, pais interception). PAT Brown. PiTT SCORING: Touchdowns Salvaterra (1, neck!. Walton 19, pass from Lewis). PAT Cabamery 2. STATISTICS Syracuse First downs . i2 Pitt 19 265 44 4 of 11 1 4-30.5 15 Rushing yardage 145 Passing vardaae 94 6 of 14 1 4-36.25 0 15 Passes corr.p!eted Passes imercepied by Punts . Kfrbles lost Yards penalized Majors Stars As Tenn. Wins ' BIRMINGHAM ( Ala.. Sept. 29. (UP). Tailback Johnny Majors and his classic Tennessee single wing turned four Auburn fumbles Into touchdowns and a 35-7 walkaway today before 43,000 in what had been rated an even Southeastern Conference fuss. ; A ball-hawking, pass - grabbing end. Buddy Cruze, and powerful fullback Tommy Bronson also contributed to Tennessee's heavy edge but the jittery Plainsmen eased the task by hobbling the ball at crucial points starting early in the first period. Major, last year's SEC most valuable player, pushed the Volunteers along by passing for two touchdowns and running for another. A third Tennessee score came on a bone-cracking drive by Bronson. The last Tennessee score came on an end run by reserve tailback Al Carter in the final mo-, ments. Auburn OOO 7 7 Tennessee 7 14 ' 7 7 35 AUBURN SCORING: Touchdowns Nix. PAT lubbs. TENNESSEE SCORING: Touchdowns Moicr, Cruze, Centred, Bronson, Carter. FAT Srr.ithers 2. Cantrell 3. Indianapolis Wins, Leads Jr. Series, 3-0 ROCHESTER, N. Y., Sept. 29 CUP). Joe Altobelli knocked in all three runs with a pair of singles tonight to give Indianapolis a 3-0 victory over Rochester's Red Wings and 3-0 edge in the Little World Series. ; The American Association Indians can clinch the series tomorrow when they play at Indianapolis. Indianapolis has now won eight straight playoff games. Stan Pitula, who had a 15-4 fecord during the regular season, pitched a three-hitter before 9608 and was aided by two double plays. You Call The PIot By WARREN GAER Drake University Coach COLORADO A & M scouts have reported that on a goal line stand, the Wyoming right guard always submarines (dives underneath his blocker, trying to come yp fast and hard). Now with 10 seconds left in the second quarter ind the ball on the Wyoming two, iou, the Colorado A & M quarterback, decide to run the next play tn the vicinity of the guard. Wyoming is playing a seven-man line. Rate these plays 1, 2, 3 and 4 for this situation: i.Trap play over the guard (let him come through, then block him from side) Quick opener over the guard Quick opener outside the guard Fullback counter over the guard Jdelayed play that starts in one direction then develops back through middle area) Answer 4. Trap play. Worst call. You cant trap a man who is submarining. . Counter play. No. You cant delay down by the goal line against a concentrated defense. Quick opener outside guard. There should be other defensive linemen pulling and closing here. Quick opener over guard. Bet call. If you know a man's sub- manning, you throw your block-r right on top of him, pin him - down and run the play over him. "" You should make two. Pitt's Corny Salvaterra is stopped by Syracuse's Jim Ridlon (161 and Ed Eaiiey (charging head down right) after picking up three yards in the first quarter yesterday at Pittsburgh. Pitt defeated Syracuse, 14-7. Sport Continued rrom First S potts Page Dennison 14 Mt. Union 1 Hanover 39 ... . Indiana Central 41 Heidelberg 47 . . Ohio Wesleyan 20 111. Normal 3 No. 111. Tchrs. 0 Illinois 32 California 20 Kearney Tchrs. 14. Peru N"eb.) 12 Kenyon 13 AVooster Knox 34 Cornell (la.) McPherson 20 Bethel (Kan.) 12 24 0 7 13 Miami (O.) 14 Xavier (O.) Michigan 42 UCLA Xo. Central 14 Aucustana (111.) 7 Northwestern 14 Iowa St. 13 Ohio St. 34 Nebraska 7 Omaha 14 .. Washburn (Kan.) 13 Otterbein 19 Oberlin 12 Purdue 16 Missouri 7 St. Cloud 40 Moorhead 0 St. Jos. (Ind.) 32 DePauvr 0 St. John's 44 Duluth Br. (Minn.) 0 Toledo 20 Ohio 13 Valparaiso 33 .. Indiana State IS Washington (Mo.) 14 Mo. Mines 13 Wisconsin Tech 18 . . . Concordia 6 Wisconsin 41 Marquette 0 SOUTH SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Tennessee 37 Auburn 7 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Citadel 34 Davidson 7 G. Washington 10 .... Furman 0 Mississippi 37 Kentucky 7 West Virginia 30 Richmond 6 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE ' Duke 40 . Virginia 7 Maryland 6 Wake Forest 0 OTHER SOUTH Allen 19 So. Carolina St. 6 Bethune-Cooklman 19 Fla. A &. M Bluefield St. 13 Va. State 6 Claflin 19 Morris 6 Clemson20 ... (tie) ... Florida 20 Dist. of Columbia Tchrs. 13 Howard 6 Elizabeth City 6 . . . Livingston 0 Emory St Henry 27 Hampden-Sydney 13iLeyton Orient 1 Georgia 3 Florida St. 0 b 7 ' 0! Georgetown (Ky.) 13. Rose Poly Guilford 12 Bridgewater Howard 7 (tie) Sewanee Kent State 7 Louisville Kentucky St. 38 .... Knoxville 14 Lenoir-Rhyne 35 Newberry 25i Marshall 25 Morris-Harvey 13 Maryland St. 34 .... Hampton 0 Miles 6 ....(tie) Albany St. 6 Morehouse 7 . . Alabama A&M 6 N. Carolina A & T 26 . Va. Union 0 N. Caro. ColL 6 (tie) Morgan St. 6 St. Augustine 25 Shaw 6 SW Tennessee 21 Miss. College 13 Tampa 32 Troy State 19 Texas 7 Tulane 6 Texas A&M 9 LSU 7 Tougaloo 32 Rust 0 Tuskegee 18 Fisk 0 Vanderbilt 46 . . . Chattanooga 7 Va. Tech 35 N. C. State 6 Waters Coll. 13 . . Savannah St. 7 West Liberty 19 Salem 6 Winston-Salem 19. .Fayetteville 6 WoiTord 27 Presbyterian 12 SOUTHWEST SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE Baylor 27 Texas Tech 0 OTHER SOUTHWEST Arkansas 19 . . Oklahoma A&M 7 Bishop 13 Butler 0 Georgia Tech 9 SMU 7 Hardin-Simmons 20 . . Wichita 7 Houston 18 Miss. St. 7 Leland 18 Jarvis 0 Oklahoma 36 N. Carolina 0 Texas Coll. 14 (tie) Ark. A&M 14 FAR WEST PACIFIC COAST CONFERENCE Oregon 21 Idaho I4llinfleld 5 OTHER FAR WEST Black Hills (S.D.) 13, Rocky Mt. 0 Concordia 38 Hamline 0 Idaho State 19. San Diego Navy 12 10337 Vj Tl O I G S . -I Michigan St. 21 Stanford 71 , . ,,TTTXT ' Michigan Minnesota 34 Washington 14 Redlands 41 Laverne 0 San Diego Marines 32. Pomona 7 U S. Air Force Acad. 46 U. of San Diego 0 Washington St. 33 . San Jose St. 18 Wyoming 27 Denver 0 School FOOTBALL SUBURBAN TWO LEAGUE Morple-Newtowo. 14 ' . . Springfield It Veodon 11 Media 7 CHESTER PIKE LEAGUE West Chester 27 Phoonixvill Chichester 7 Darby Interbore 20 Sharon Hill Ridley Perk 27 Collingdale Conestoga 6 Conshohockcn BUX-MONT LEAGUE Ambler 47 Upper Moreland Sowderton 32 Central Bucks 6 SOUTH-CENTRAL JERSEY LEAGUE Burlington 19 Mt. Holly 13 COLONIAL CONFERENCE Hoddonfield 13 Lower Regional 6 Paulsboro 14 Haddon Heights 7 NJ TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE Salem 19 Gloucester 6 NON-LEAGUE GAMES Bethlehem 35 Chester 7 Springford 13 .... Plymouth Whitemcrsh upper Darby 13 ........ UVOrnroOK 1 1 Bristol IB Bordentown Pingry 14 George School Wyomissing 19 Upper Dublin Robert's 13 ...-.. Bridgeport Audubon 13 Palrnyra O Merchantviile 13 Moorestown 0 Lawrencevill 19 Hamilton 7 Camden 26 Woodbury 12 Woodstawn 14 Ocean City 13 Riverside 26 Pemberton 0 Millville 35 Penns Grove 12 Vineland 26 .............. Glassboro 0 Clayton 32 Wildwood 7 Malvern 19 Cape May 7 Trenton 2B Ewing IS Hill 20 Woodberry Forest Ve.) 6 St. James (N. J.) 19 ... Delaware City IB Peddie 19 Princeton 6 Pennsbury 12 ........... Pt. Pleasant 0 Williamson 31 Chestnut Hill 0 Bishop Kendrick 7 ...... Lebanon Cath. 0 Coaltown 39 Shamokin 0 Florence 13 (tie) lambertville 13 Coplay 27 Schwenksvill 0 Eddystene 12 .............. lansdowne 6 Valley Forge 32 Mt. St. Joseph 13 Archmere 46 ............... Claymont 0 Results Pottstown 7 Norristown 0 Abington 16 Centrol 14 Mt. Pleasant 25 Brown 6 Howard 13 duPont 12 Bridgeton 7 Pleasantville 6 Smyrna 1 A. I. duPont 6 Atlantic City 75 Olney 0 CAPE ATLANTIC LEAGUE Middle Twp. 33 ... Hammenten 7 SOCCER NON-LEAGUE GAMES Upper Darby 2 Hill School 1 College SOCCER Ptnn Stat 7 Bucknell 0 Amateur WOMEN'S FIELD HOCKEY NON-LEAGUE GAMES Buxmont 4 Norristown 0 Phila. CC 2 Swarthmoro 1 Royals 2 White Elks 0 Elkins Park 5 Cheltenham 0 Independent FOOTBALL . SPRINGFIELD JR. LEAGUE Spartan 21 Tigers 0 C.Y.O. LEAGUE St. Monica 55 St. Ludwia 0 St. Edmond 14 St. Thomas Aquinas 2 St. James (Penns Grove) 19 Delaware City IS St. Gregory 26 St. Donato 0 St. Edward 6 St. Gabriel 0 SOCCER HAMILTON LITTLE BIGGER LEAGUF Capital Youth Club 3 Hamilton PAL VFW Post 3525 6 Legion Post 313 Legion Post 31 1 . .(tiel. .Carella Shoes Northeast BC 6 Bign Gweled Service FOOTBALL Belling AFB 40 Port Port Belvoir 40 Fort Monmouth tomp Lieun 4S Parris Island 12 British S occer (Hem Teams Listed First) DIVISION ONE Arsenal 1 Manchester United 2 Aston Villa 0 ...... Ha I in ft a Burnley 4 Sheffield Wednesday 1 Cardiff 0 Wrt l,.k o g unanton t Everton "i Chelsea 3 Portsmouth lu'" u.d, Manchester City 0 Blackpool Preston 1 Newcastle Sunderland O .Tottenham Wolverhampton 3 Birmingham DIVISION TWO Bamsley 1 Nottingham Forest 1 Bristol City 3 Blackburn O Bur Doncaster 4 Huddersfield 2 Stroke 2 .MidWI..Kr...ok 1 I I'ncoln I Grimsby 0 Liverpool 2 Leicester O Notts County 0 Bristol Rovers 2 .Port Vale 2 Fulham 1 I Rotherhom 6 Swansea 1 I Sheffield United 1 West Horn 0 DIVISION THREE (SOUTH) ,J 7"";::"::. Colchester 6 Coventry 0 Reading I Crystal Palace 1 Northampton 1 Exeter 0 Oueen Park Rangers 0 Gillingham 1 Millwall 3 Norwich 1 Newport 1 Southampton 2 ..Plymouth 2 Southend 3 Brighton 1 Swindon 1 Torquay 2 Watford 1 Walsall 0 (DIVISION THREE (NORTH) Accrington 2 , Hartlepool 1 Bradford 4 Barrow 1 Carlisle 1 Bradford City 4 Crewe 1 Rochdale 6 Darlington 3 Stockport 1 Derby 6 Halifax 0 Gateshead 2 Hull 0 Oldham 2 Southport 1 Scunthorpe 0 Mansfield 1 Tranmer 3 Chester 1 Wrexham 3 Workington 0 York 1 Chesterfield 2 SCOTTISH LEAGUE DIVISION ONE Aberdeen 3 Hibernian 1 Falkirk 4 St Mirren 5 Hearts Dundee 1 Kilmarnock 1 .East Fife 1 Motherwell 1 Celtic 0 Oueen of the South 3 ....Partick 0 Queens Pork 0 Airdrie 2 R,,n 2 Dunfermline 2 Rangers 3 : Ayr 1 SCOTTISH LEAGUE DIVISION. TWO Alloa 2 East Stirlingshire 2 Clyde 2 Arbroath 1 Cowdenbeath 3 Stenhousemuir 0 Dunbarton 4 Berwick 0 Dundee United 2 Stranraer 2 Frfr 1 Third Lanark 1 Montrose 1 Hamilton 1 Morton 2 St. Johnstone 3 SCOTTISH FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION CUP (SECOND ROUND, Albion 6 Peebles 0 IRISH LEAGUE A'ds ' Distillery 1 Ballymena 2 Cliftonville 1 Coleraine 7 Bangor 4 Crusaders 1 Glentoran 3 vrienavon ..fortadOwn U Derry 3 k i II i CLJ iNaTS lI3lT OKlCl, n . ym . . WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 (UP). The Washington Senators ended their 11-game losing streak tonight when rookie Evelio Hernandez gave up sLx hits in beating the Baltimore Orioles, 7-1. Another rookie. Brooks Robinson, spoiled Hernandez' bid for a shutout in the ninth by hitting his first major league home run. Eoltimore cb r h rnMt.ii nu n i Washington o o on r h o o 2 3 Piews 2b 4 10 0 3 8 ? FitqzG !d.c 5 114 1 3 0 Runneis1 b 4 2 2 111 3 0 Sievers.ff 4 12 3 0 0 2 lemon. rf 4 0 2 2 0 4 5 KiJI'rew.jb 3 1111 2 0 Olson, cf 4 It 1 3 0 1 0 4 0 13 4 'Hale. lb 4 0 T ;c,nr nrf d n n - Frazier.rf '400 ?!Rcbi on.3b 4 1 3 Gardner. ss 4 0 1 I Nelson. If 4 0 0 Ginsberg. c 3 0 0 i Moeller.D 1 0 0 0 0 Hern aez.o 4 0 10 1 . a-Boyd IWiqht.p 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 b-Hatton WeHev.P Totals 32 1 6 24 13 Totals 36 7 1 1 27 1 1 a-Grcrtjnded out for Moeller in 6th. b-Walked for Wiaht in 8th. Baltimore 00000000 T 1 Washington 110 0 3 0 1 1 x 7 E Plews, Gardner, Xousev. Robinson. KBI Lemon 3. Plew. Runne's, Lutrell. Robinson. 215 Robinson, Runnels, tuttrell. 'C, - ., Hnl. HR R-,h.nor, C.F lemnn HP $ I Killebrew, Lutrell and Runnels: Runnels, 1 1 Uttrell, FitzGerold and Runnels. LEFT Bol-'itimore 6. Washington 11. BB Hernandez, 2. JJi.Moeller 2. Wight 1, Verlev 2. SO Hemon-JJidez 4. Wight 1. HO Moeller 9 in 4, Wight 1 in Z. Werlev I ml. R-cR Moeller 5-4, Wight 1-0, Werley 1-1, Hernandez (1-11 W hernanoez 11-11. I Moller 10-1). U Soar, Flaherty. Summers. Rice. T 2 02. A 1129. East Stroudsburg Wins Second, 13-0 ITHACA, N. Y., Sept. 29 CAP). East Stroudsburg, Pa., Teachers College scored a 13-0 football victory over Ithaca College last night on a 71 -yard run by co-captain Dick Merring and a 10-yard slant by Dick Bleam. UP TeleoHofo Okla. Wins 31st, Beats N. C, 36-0 NORMAN, Okla.. Sept. 29 AP) National champion Oklahoma opened a new football season today, but it was the same old story the Sooners won their 31st straight game by pummelling North Carolina. 36-0. The triumph before a partisan sellout crowd of 60.000 tied Okla homa's National college record of 31 straight victories set by the 1948-49-50 teams of coach Bud Wilkinson. Oklahoma also lengthened its National record of continuous game scoring, having made at least a touchdown in the past 107 straight contests. It was an especially bitter defeat for North Carolina coach' Jim Ta-tum in his first year as coach for the Tar Haels returning to the gridiron where he gained recogni tion as Oklahoma coach in 1946 and when Wilkinson was his back-field assistant. Oklahoma's two halfbacks. All-American Tommy McDonald and Clendon Thomas, piled up yardage when it counted. North Carolina 0 0 0 21 o is: Okinhorno OKLAHOMA SCORING Touchdown! O Neal (17, lo'erol from Baker): Thomas 112 run); McDonald (3. plunge; 4, pass from Hams); Holland 113, run). PAT Doad. Pncer 3. Ohio St. Beats Nebraska, 34-7 COLUMBUS, O., Sept. 29 (AP). Displaying the same crushing ground attack which carried them to their second straight Big Ten title last year, Ohio State's Bucks today ground out a 34-7 victory over Nebraska as they started the 1956 campaign before their biggest opening day crowd in history. A throng of 82,153 watched the Bucks go 77 yards in 12 plays, 66 yards in nine, 84 yards in five and 92 yards in seven for touchdowns. Two of the scores came after pass interceptions and the fifth one on a blocked punt. Nebraska 0 0 7 0 7 Ohio State 13 14 0 734 NEBRASKA SCORING: Touchdown Petersen recovered blocked punt in end zonel. PAT Ha-shman. OHIO STATE SCORING: Touchdowns . Roseboro (I -foot, plunge): Brown (34, run witth blocked puntl; Clark 2 (35, run; 38, run); Kriss 126. pass from Ell-wood). PAT Kriss 3; Kremblas. Rally by Texas Nips Tulane, 7-6 NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 29 (UP). Brilliant Walter Fondren, after he and his teammates cashed in on a fumble and a short punt, kicked a big extra point today to give Texas a 7-6 victory over Tulane before 35.000. Texas score came in the third period a few minutes after Tulane had gone ahead. Quarterback Joe Clements, whose passing was hampered sharply by a charging Tulane line, hit halfback Jack Hobbs in the end zone with a six-yard toss. Fondren calmly booted the placement that gave Texas its victory. ' Tulana 0 0 6" 0 6 Texas 0 0 7 07 TULANE SCORING: Touchdown Quillian IT", plunge). TEXAS SCORING: Touchdown Hobbj 16, pass from Clements). PAT Fondren. W&J Wallops Grove City, 21-12 GROVE CITY, Pa., Sept. 29 (AP). Washington & Jefferson romped to a 21-12 victory today over Grove City for their first win of the football season. Shortly after the game began, fullback Ray Sims raced 39 off tackle for a TD. Halfback Ed Lonchiek made the first of his three conversions to give the Presidents a 7-0 lead which they never lost. Wash ton & Jefferson 7 7 7 021 Grove City 0 6 0 6 12 WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON SCORING: 'Touchdowns- Sims (39, run); Abate (1, sneak): Greskovich (1, plunge). PAT Lonchiek 3. GROVE CITY SCORING: Touchdowns Delvem (10, pass from Thompson); Thompson (5CT, interception). Traylor Ace, Baylor Defeats Texas Tech WACO, Tex., Sept. 29 (UP). Quarterback Doyle Traylor threw two touchdown passes and supervised the scoring of a third TD j today as Baylor beat Texas Tech, the newest conference member, 27-0. Tech was voted into the Southwest Conference last spring. Bavlor 13 7 7 027 Texas Tech 0 0 0 0 0 BAYLOR SCORING Touchdowns: Shofner, 2 150, pass-run from Traylor and 23, pass-run frcm Trnvlsr); Hickn-on 146, run); Jones (1, tun). PAT: Beall 2. Helms. HAMILTON, N. Y.. Sept. 29 (UP). Colgate's Red Raiders served notice of their football power today when they administered a stunning 34-6 setback to Cornell before 12,000 homecoming fans. It was the most decisive victory for Colgate in this 60-year-old rivalry, and it was only the third time the Raiders have won three games in a row from Cornell. Cornell's only score came on a 100-yard kickoff return by Bo Roberson, former Wyoming Seminary and Bartram High star, midway through the .first quarter. Jack Call and Ed Whitehair led the winners' rushing attack which netted 275 yards. Quarterback Guy Martin completed five of eight passes to keep the Cornell defense unsettled. The Raiders jumped into a 7-0 lead in the first period on a 13-yard pass from Martin to Al Jamie-son and Martin's conversion. Then Roberson made his kickoff return. Early in the second quarter, Cornell's only sustained march of the day, a 93-yard drive, stalled at the goal. WHITEHAIR SCORES Colgate took over and went 99 yards in 14 plays with White- hair plunging the last five for the first of his three touchdowns. A 35-yard Martin-to-Bob Nastano- vich was the key play in the drive. - In the third quarter, Colgate broke it open with two quick touchdowns, both by Whitehair. The first was a 38-yard sweep off the split-T-option, and the second a six-yard plunge at the end of a 46-yard march. Colgate 7 7 13 734 Cornell 6 0 0 0 6 COLGATE SCORING: Touchdowns Jamie-son C3, pass from Martini, Whitehair 3 (5, plunge; 33, run: 4, plunge). Walker (16, pass from Von Notel. PAT Martin 3, D' Aramo 1. CORNELL SCORING: Touchdown Roberson (100, kickoff return). STATISTICS Colgate First downs 21 Net Rushing yardage 275 Net passing yardage 96 Passes completed 6 of 11 Passes intercepted by 0 Punts 3 Fumbles lost o Yards penalized 10 Cornell 13 1 of 3 1 4 4 IS Irving's Sloop Ties for Lead William A. Irving, Wallingford, Pa., outguessed light winds on the Delaware at Essington, Pa., yesterday, to win the second race" of the Corinthian Yacht Club's Fall series for its Dutch-built 23-foot Sloop class. Irving, in his yacht Lejean. defeated Elliott Farr. Bryn Mawr. in Katharine. The " victory enabled Irving to tie the series point jcor- ing, each boat having 13 1. - There were eight boats in yesterday's event, second of the 7- race series, and they all had trouble in the 2-lap, 6-mile windward- leeward course, as the light south westerly was barely enough to overcome the strong ebb tide. Irving's boat is owned by S. Lloyd Irving, while Farr is both owner and skipper. Cobnthian Y. C. Fall series rrnA wnr-m 6 miles: 1. lejean. No. 8, William A. Irving, Shirley Irving. Wolly Randall; 2. Katharine, No. 7. F. W. Elliott Farr, Frank Wolther, Carl Songree; 3. Floosie. No. 3, William D. Shar. Isabel Shay, Dixon Shor, Cogsy Shor; 4. Gremlin, No. 2, Walter Macht; 5. Rusty, No. 4. William R. Levis. Jr.; 6. Cele III. No. I , Thomas D. Bowes, Jr.; 7. Rigel, No. 5, Charles Hogg. Time 1.25: 1.30. Points Irving 13'. Farr 13'i, Shor 10, Levis 5, Bowes 5. Hogg 5, Macht 4. Jet Series Led By. Culpepper ' ISLAND HEIGHTS. N. J., Sept. 29. Norman Applegate, Lav- valette YC, led home a field of 35 entries in the first race for the Jet National championships sailed here today, with Max Culpepper, Island Heights YC, second, and J. Gray, Washington, D. C, third. In a fiat calm, the second race fell to Culpepper, who led all the way, although closely pressed at the finish by Tim Thomas, Lav-alette, who took second. Applegate was third. Culpepper leads the , series, which will be concluded tomor row, by one point over Applegate. MORNING RACE (6 miles) 1, Norman Applegate, Lavalette; 2, Max Culpepper, Island Heights; 3, J. Gray. Washington, D. C: 4, Alice Glen, Island Heights: 5, Howard Siddons. Island Heights: 6, Calvin Engle, Island Heights; 7, David W. Young, Mystic, Conn.: 8, Bill Horrocks, Island Heights: ?, H. Lee Brooks, St. Petersburg, Flo.; 10, Art Lange, Lavalette. AFTERNOON RACE lalso 6 miles) 1. Cul- peoper; I. Iim Ihomas, Lavalette; o, Apple- gate; 4, Brooks; 5, Henry M. Horn, Mvsnc, Conn.; 6, Horrocks, 7, Terry Lutz, Shore Acres, N. J.; 8, Siddons; 9, Glen; 10, Young. 3 runners Share High Gun Honors Three a gunners, William J. Do- ran, H. T. Bullock and Louis Pagli-ughi, shared high gun honors in a 100-bird trapshoot yesterday at Quaker City Gun Club, Holmes- burg, scoring 98. John Otter and M. Holmes had 96s and Charles Rig- gins 94. In 'two 50-bird contests, Steve Crothers, Doran and Pagliughi won prizes in the first 'with perfect cards and, in the second Bullock landed, also with 50 straight. Bucknell Trips Gettysburg, 17-7 HERS HEY, Pa., Sept. 29. Buck nell University won its second game of the season last night by coming from behind to defeat Gettysburg College, 17-7, at Hershey Stadium In the ninth annual Rotary Bowl game. The victory was Bucknell's third in the bowl and 27th in 41 games with Gettysburg. Gettysburg led when fullback Frank Capitani raced 68 yards for a touchdown. Then, after Lew Hart recovered a fumble 13 yards from the goaL Terry Fetterman sneaked across from "the one for Bucknell. The Bisons added a second-half TD and field goal. Bucknell 0 7 7 317 Gettysburg 7- 0 0 0 7 GETTYSBURG SCORING: Touchdown Capitani 168. run!. PAT Lichtenfeld. BUCKNELL SCORING: Touchdowns Fetter- man H, plunge!: Boss 12. run). PAT Fetter-man, Stewart. Field goal -Stewart (25). Ed Whitehair (1 5), Colgate back, scores TD in second period against Cornell. Robert McAniff (42) and Cyrus Benson (40) were too late to halt play. Whitehair had three TDs. Hall, Vare Everitfs Eagle Beats Princeton Star Defeats Cross By MAYER BKANDSCHAIK Harry H. Hall, Jr., Princeton, N. J.; Ned Vare, Matt Scammell and George Rowbotham, all from the Philadelphia area, yesterday reached the semifinals of the 32d annual George Arthur Crump Memorial Cup tournament at Pine Valley Golf Club as Harold Cross, Jr., medalist, and Lyle Ramsey, runnerup for the medal, failed to make it. Hall meets Vare and Scammell plays Rowbotham this morning. The winners play in the afternoon. One down going to the 18th, Vare, 1956 Yale captain, scored on the 19th in his morning match with Joseph Knowles. Th3 Crump tournament seems to jinx Cross, 1952 Philadelphia ama teur champion who has twice been the medalist and several times a semifinalist. but never the trophy winner. The Philadelphia Cricket ace went down in his second match against Hall, member of the 1947 Princeton team, 3 and 1. Scammell. whose morning round of 38-32 70 equalled par, beat Ramsey, a naval cbmmander and member of the 1952 Annapolis crew. 3 and-2. Egon F. Quittner, winner of the international Senior title in France, won twice in the second flight. FIRST PLICHT First Round MornM S rmss. Jr.. Fhila. Cricket, defeat- ed Ernest L. Ransome. Pine Valley. 5-4: John Miles. New York, defeated Harry H. Hall. Jr., Princeton, N. J.. 2 up: Edwin C. Vare, Pine Vallev. defeated Joseph B. Knowles. Pine Vnllev. 19th: C. Thomas Fuller. Saucon Val ley, defeated George W. Elkins. Huntingdon Volley, 2-1; Lyle B. Ramsey, fine vaney, ae-feated Warner S. Shelly, Pine Valley. 1 up; J. Scammell, Pine Valley, defeated Frank J. O Brien. Ploinfield. N. J.. 3-1; George Rowbotham, Pine Valley, won by default from Joseph Mitchell, Wethersfield. Conn.; Harrison Todd. Tavistock, defeated Joseph Brene-mon, Lancaster, 1 up. Ouarter-Finat Round Hall defeated Cross. 3-1; Vare defeated Fuller. 5-4: Scammell defeated Ramsey, 3-2; Rowbothom defeated .Todd, 5-4. SECOND FLIGHT First Revnd lee M. Rumsey. Gulph Mills, defeated lyn-wood K. Cosseil. Plymouth. 5-4; Korl W. Corby, Jr., Pine Valley, defeated F. Samuel Wilcox, Pine Volley. 2-1; William Flather, 3d, Washington, D. C. defeated Josephs. Holman, Haddonfield, 19th; Egon F. Quittner, Pine Volley, defeated Williom P. Arnold, Phila., 7-5; John G. Hendrickson, Phila. Cricket, defeated H. Lloyd Beyer, Jr., Aronimink, 5-3; N. H. Steward, Manufacturers, defeated William H. Franklin, Aronimink. 5-3: William Loock, Portchester, N. Y., defeated Richmond McConnell, Newtown Sauare. 2-1: Wolbert 6. Hankin, Trenton, defeated John Selby, New York, 4-2. Quarter-Final Round Rumsey defeated Corby. 2-1; Quittner defeated Flather, 2-1; Steward defeated Hen drickson, 1 "up; Hankin defeated Loock, 2-1. Northwestern Nips la. State EVANSTON, 111., Sept. 29 (UP). Bob McKeiver, returned from a two-year hitch in the Army, scored two touchdowns and kicked two conversions today to lead Northwestern to its first football victory since 1954, a 14-13 triumph over Iowa State. Northwestern 7 0 7 0 14 Iowa State 0 0 6 7 13 NORTHWESTERN SCORING Touchdowns: McKetve.r. 2. PAT: McKeiver, 2. lOWA'STATE SCORING Touchdowns: tatting, 2. PAT: Sheldrup. Iowa Crushes Indiana, 27-0 BLOOMTNGTON, Ind., Sept. 29 (UP). Iowa's football forces turn ed two breaks into touchdowns and then ground through the line fori two more scores today to drub In-j5-foot-9-inch Fletcher, who ripped diana, 27-0, in a Big Ten Confer- ttoTfe' ""Z ence clash before 25,000. j"7 m the third period to pye tte It was a warm, sunny day, and;B?llern"e a advantg,e: the teams slowed up perceptibly in added ,a safety ln a Wlld the second half. But that was when the Hawkeyes put on pressure through the line and drove 82 yards for one score and 69 for another. Indiana 0 0 0 0 0 lawa -13 7 27 IOWA SCORING: Touchdowns Haopel plungel, Nocera (1, plunge), Ploen (1, plungel. Veit 13, iweepl. PAT Prescott, 2,-Veit. I. Diamond Hal Wins Pace at Yonkers YONKERS, N. Y.. Sept. 29 (AP). Diamond HaL driven by Joe O'Brien, won tonight's featured Point Pleasant pace before 27,242 at Yonkers Raceway. Diamond Hal returned $12, $5.80 and $3. The winner came from behind to register by a length and a half over Torrid and was timed in 2:01. Adios Harry. 3 -to 5 favorite, finished in a dead heat for third with Philip Scott. Gain Crump Billy Sixty's Bowling Clinic BODY BEHIND SLIDING LEFT LEG FOR BALANCE BOWLING can be very frustrating at times, and the smallest flaws make it so. I've seen stars in a slump for weeks because they couldn't detect some little thing that had slipped into the mechanism of their swing. In trying to get a bit of extra speed, for example, or added arm lift for more hook spin, the right shoulder is forced too far forward, the arm is pulled to the left and the ball drives high on the head pin. A constant swinging groove can be held only if the shoulders are sauare at the foul line the right shoulder held back, or check ed, as the sketch shows. The body weight is held in balance on the sliding left leg at the foul line and the ball swings straight on and through. No hur ried release of the ball. No quick thrust. Feel relaxed, no tenseness In the arm, and the weight of the ball will hold the swing grooved all the way. Keeping the right shoulder back, checked, is the key to control. Concentrate on it. Slide and swing through smoothly. It will make bowling easier and scoring better. (John F. Dille Co.)' Walsh Annexes ll-ML Sail Race Ed Walsh, of Red Dragon Canoe Club, sailed his Thistle yacht No. 818 to a 1-minute vic tory in the 11-mile 17th annual Burlington Island race of Red Dragon on the upper Delaware yesterday. Walsh sailed up the Pennsyl vania side of the river, from the start at Edgewater Park, N. J., and rounded the upper end of Burlington Island from west to east, under the special rule which permitted skippers to round the island from either side. This bit of navigation paid off. ' The summaries; 1. Thistle 818. Ed Walsh: 2. Comet 3260. Lorry Morrow; 3, Comet 3265, Jim Merrill; 4. Comet 3066, Alan Wood; 5, Thistle 402, Paul Schmidt: 6. Comet 29C3. Hillary Lyons; 7. Comet 265, Marty Gennett. Purdue Tops Mo. As Dawson Stars LAFAYETTE, Ind, Sept. 29 (UP). Purdue, mixing Len Dawson's passes with the running of Mel Dillard and little Tommy Fletcher, beat Missouri today, 16-7, in a successful debut for new head coach Jack Mollenkopf. More than 46.000 were treated I to some elegant running by the Dawson, who tossed four TD passes against Missouri in his varsity debut two years ago, couldn't connect for a marker today. Still, 1 his aerials gained 120 yards on eight of 17 completions, with one interception. Pancho Gonzales Beats Sedgman in Marathon WEMBLEY, England, Sept. 29 (AP). Richard (Pancho) Gonzales, world professional tennis champion, today won an international tournament here by takine a marathon battle from Australia's Frank Sedgman; 4-6 11-9. 11-9, 9-7. Gonzales' victory in the 2 hour and 55 minute match was his second in a week over the former Wimbledon winner. He defeated 5riirman in an AiiRtralian-TTnited seagman in an Ausirauan-unuea States International match. AP Wirephato Golf Semis; DeSimone Sinks 35-Footer In Shore Play NORTHFIELD. N. J., Sept. 29. Defending champion Howard Everitt, of the host Atlantic City Country Club, sank a 35-foot putt for an eagle 3 on the 18th hole to defeat local club champion Anthony DeSimone, 1 up, and gain the semifinals of the James E. (Sunny) Fraser memorial tourna ment today. Joining Everitt were Doug Sanders, current Canadian Open champion; William Hyndman, 3r, Huntingdon Valley, and Harris-burg's Lynn Creason. Sanders overwhelmed Jack Bins-wanger. North Hills, 7 and 5, in the second round to gain the right to face Everitt in tomorrow morning's third round. Hyndman, twice champion in the local tournament and one of the top amateurs in the Philadelphia area, defeated Don Weiland, Aronimink, 7 and 6. Weiland was champion; William Hyndman, 3d, nerup a year ago. Creason put on a spectacular exhibition on the way out while defeating Jack Penrose, La Gorge, 4 and 3. Creason sank an eagle on the first hole, then, after bogeying the second, he dropped in four straight birdies. FUST FLIGHT First Round Howard Everitt, ACCC. defeated Tim De Baufre, Wildwood. 3-1; Anthony De Simone. ACCC, defeated Ed Johnson, CC of Maryland, I up; Douglas Sanders, La Gorce. defeated Art Barni, Fox Hills, 1 up: William Hyndman, Huntingdon Valley, defected Brit-ton Miller, St. Davids. 4-3: Don Weiland. Aronimink, defeated Wes Stienmon. Whit Manor, 3-2; Lynn Creason, Harrisburg, defeated John Speece, Torresdale, 5-4: Jack Penrose. La Gorce, defeated Ellis Taylor, Springhaven, 3-1. Second Revnd Everitt defeated De Simone, 1 no: Sanders) defeated Einswanger, 7-5; Hyndman defeated Weiland, J-b: Creason defeated Penrose, 4-3. SECOND FLIGHT First Sound Ed Wallace, Tavistock, defeated Dr. Walter Bew, ACCC, 2-1; William Care. Jr., ACCC, defeated Andy Vitchell. Iron Rock. 2 us: John Kennedy, Miami Spring, defeated Charles McNesby. ACCC, 4-3; Bert English, ACCC defeated Hy Goodfellow, ACCC, 4-3: Roy Klipple, Riverton, defeated Francis McCon nell. Llanerch, 2-1; Sam Maniaci, Cedar-brook, defeated Roland Bever, ACCC. 5-4; John Birkman, Torresdale, defeated Al Val- lano, ACCC, 2-1; E. C. Chamberlain, Spring Hills, defeated Charles Walsh, Melrose, 3-2. Second Round ' Walloce defeated Care, 4-3: English ae- feated Kennedy, 2-1; Klipple defeated Mani aci Z up; ttirkman aereated chamberlain. I up. Ga. Tech Shades S. Meihodist, 9-7 DAT. T. AS, Sept. 29 (UP) . Jimmy (Scooter) Thompson, a runt of a halfback, and Don Miller, a big. agile 212-pound middle guard, teamed their talents to provide third-ranking Georgia Tech with a hard-earned 9-7 victory over seventh-rated Southern Methodist tonight before 46,500. Thompson, a stumpy little 5-5 senior, scooted 32 yards to set up his own four-yard scoring sweep jin the third quarter, but it was the massive Miller's block of an SMU punt with the game only 13 min utes old that actually provided the winning margin. Miller smashed through as SMU's Don Stewart attempted a fourth-down punt on his own 11-yard line and the ball ricocheted back out of the end zone for a safety. Minnesota Jolts Washington SEATTLE, Sept. 29 ( AP) . Minnesota battered favored Washington on the damp turf and through the wind, 34-14, in an intersec-tional game today before 40,000. Washington couldn't quell the slashing, varied attack of Minnesota. The Gophers, skilfully piloted by quarterback Dick Larson, bounced away to a 7-0 lead, let Washington catch up, 7-7, then moved in front to stay. A sub tackle, 275-pound Ed Buckingham, pounced on a Washington fumble to set up the tie-breaker. From the Washington 30, Minnesota powered over in seven plays to leave the score 14-7 at halftime. Minnesota 7 7 13 34 714 Washington MINNESOTA SCORING: Touchdowns l-oir-child (3, pass trom Larson). Lindblem Ij, pass from Coxl, Borstod 15, plunge). Tucks 132. intercepted possl, Schultz 116. Pass from j Larson. PAT Borstad 4. WASHINGTON scukin: ,,out"a3rTjr JonM 2 lung., l2, piuna). pat . Brandt 2.

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