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1 Howton, Wilson Rank One-Two In NFL Pass Receiving Race BOYES SPRINGS, Calif. This is National Football League Individual Statistics Day here (where the Packers are camping), San Francisco (where the Packer and Forty Ninera play Saturday afternoon), Green Bay (where the fans are hoping for No. 5), and just about any communityyom want to name. The main feature teems to be centered in the Leading Pass Receiving department where Frisco's Billy Wilson and the Packers' Billy Howton are running one-two. Wilson, a short-catch artist. is leading with 47 catches for 765 yards and three touch downsone a 77-yarder that beat Baltimore last Sunday. Howton is second with 44 catches for a league-topping yardage total of 1,049 and the most touchdowns, 11. Frank Gifford of New York has 43 catches and Harlon Hill of the Chicago Bears has 42. The antics of the two Bills may have a bearing on the winner of the nationally-televised contest Saturday. They rated as their teams' key receivers, although each club has excellent opposite-end catchers, Gary Knafelc of the Pack and Gordy Soltau of the Forty Niners. It was Knafelc who caught a 38-yard aerial that set up the winning touch down for the Packers against the Cardinals. His only catch in the game gave him 26 for the season thus far about 12th in the league. The other end of the Pack' trs' aerial game Quarterback Tobin Rote, remained in sev enth place in the standings based on average yards gained per attempt, but the rangy Texan holds leads in attempts (262), completions (125), yards (1,882) and touchdown passes (16). Rote went through the Cardinal game without a touchdown pass the first such experience for him this year, but scored three touchdowns, moving him into the first 10 in scoring with 54 points. He is rlnc hphind fullhark FredXavn. Dt. Cone who has 55. Howton ranks third in scnrinf with 66 points. These three Packers have scored a total of 175 of the Packers' 223 points in 10 games. Frisco's leading scorer is Soltau with 57. The Packers aren't represented among the top rushers despite their 194-yard total against the Cards but they note that the Forty-Niners' Hugh McElhenny is ranking solid fourth with 700 yards in 150 attempts. Hugh ran 86 yards for a touchdown against the Packeri In Green Bay, Th ble gtew In rushing l$ th all-Chicago fight between ma tsears me casares ana the Cardi' Ollie Matson. Rick, laddled by New York and De- troit In the last two gamei, una rinlfte onlv nnp-vard , , , , V , ,,: lead on Matson who picked otr 159 igainit Pittsburgh and 70 gainst Green Bay in hii last two games, catarei nas oiy. Matson 818. In other department, Dick Deschalne is third in punting, Al Cermichael Is seventh in punt returns end third in klckoff returns, and Bobby Dillon is In a second place tie in Interceptions with Dick Lane of the Cards, with seven wipes apiece. Tpamwi the Packers have Jumped Into the league lead injroiine. Bears" passing yardage. But thats a Thursday story. The Packers, seeking a weep In California for a 6-6 record, shook out travel kinks Tuesday afternoon and returned to concentrated practice today. The squad arrived by train Tuesday morning after the happy trip from Chicago. The Bays will remain here all week and will take a bus down to San Francisco Saturday morning. They'll leave for Pasadena Saturday night, arriving there Sunday morning to get ready for the windup at Los Angelee Deo. 16. "I'm beginning to believe there is aomething to his calling that his 'lucky' stick!" How About How about sending a Community Telegram to the Packers in San Francisco? A 40-footer with some 1,-500 signatures of Green Bay and area Packer fans, urging the Bays to win No. 5 Saturday afternoon! The Press-Gazette and our town's three radio stations, WJPG, WDUZ and WBAY, Hornung Surprised At Heisman Honor The Leaders Leading Ground Gainers Att Yds LO Av Casares, Bean ... Matson, Cards . . Gifford, NY .... McElhenny, SF .. Ameche, Bait. . . . Carpenter, Cleve. Waller, LA Webster. NY Moore, Bait Olszewski, Cards Longest run: 88 192 ltil 137 130 l;u 151 81) 144 64 124 818 50 818 79 722 6t 700 m 878 43 644 31) 543 46 S16 34 472 78 4ti8 34 yds., Hugh Mc" Elhenny, ban Francisco Bay. 111856 TD. Best performance one vs. Green ame: 185 yds., In 13 attempts, 2 Lenny Moore. Baltimore 1028,58. vs. Green Bay, Leading Pasters Att Com Yds Tdo Int Av Brown, Bean 13 85 1481 10 8 Ki85:a Layn, Det. . 223 116 1772 8 is 7.5 Unites, Bait. .135 75 1066 8 7 7(H) McHan, Cards 117 5 824 10 6 7 90 Tittle. SF ...172 98 1301 4 7.56 Rote, GB . . 262 125 18H2 16 12 7 liAsv nf mv 1 jf rn wIn j. T don't Coneriv. NY 150 no 1040 6 8:1,uay oi my me to win u. i aon i Tho son, Phil. 146 72 9M2 4 20 6.79 V Br'lln, LA 92 44 580 4 12 6 30 L'Baron, Wash. 88 45 531 3 9 6 03 M broda, Pitt. 227 104 1299 10 15 5 72 Longest completion: 79 yards, Wm. McColl, Chi. Bears vs. New York, TD, 112556. Beat performance one fame: John Unitas, Baltimore vs. Los Angeles 112558 293 yds., 24 attempts. 3 TDs. Lamar McHan, Chi. Cardinals vs. Phlla., 4 TDs, 11456. Leading Pass Receivers Reed Yds LG TD Wilton. SF 47 765 77 3 Howton, GB 44 1049 66 11 Gifford, NY 43 527 48 3 Hill, Bears 42 1001 79 10 Middleton, Drt. ... 33 524 56 5 Walston, Phila 33 512 51 2 Berry, Bait 32 531 54 1 Carson, Wash 32 419 26 2 Muteeheller, Bait. . 30 4t,3 43 4 Dibble, Det 29 5ti3 56 1 Hirsch, LA 29 539 76 6 Longest completion: 79 yds., Harlon Hill, Chi. Bears vs. New York, TD, 112556. Best performance one game: Harlon Hill, Chi. Bears vs. Baltimore 10'2156 9 received. 198 vds. 2 TDs. Wm. Howton, Green Bov vs. Los 2 ids. ' Leading Bcorers td5r1oP5t27Pf Ha2vback and fulIback becau.se of n 2 13 o o o 78 thumb injuries which hamper- j Band"' Bran . u o u w iv a on . 0 11 11 0 0 0 fi 'Howl. CJB Hill, Bears ..... 0 10 10 0 0 0 (ill Soltau. SF .01 1 18 11 18 57 Baker, Wash. ... 0 0 0 13 14 20 55 Cone, GB ......! 1 I 28 5 8 55 e o o o 54 0 0 0 0 84 one same: Rote, GB 9 0 Webster, NY ... S 4 Best performance Pointi: 24. Richard Casares. Chi. Bears vt. San Francisco 102856. Leading Punters Std No Ave 42.7 42.62 42 58 42 5 42.0 41.4 41 3 40 4 3(14 Van Brocklln, LA , 1 44 Baker, Wash 2 Deschalne, GB ... 3 Morrison, Cleve. .. 4 Burk. Phila 5 Chandler, NY 6 Lary, Det 7 Brown, Bears 8 Glati, Pitt 9 Baldaccl. Pitt 10 37 51 31 53 48 30 35 25 26 38 Longest punt: 71 yds Norm v crocKiin 11456. Los Angeles vs. Chi. Bears, Pint Return Leaders Kons, cieve n,a Av? kTDf 16 7 65 14 1 95 jP''"1' 115 4li 9 7 40 V6J 90 8 6 76 a 3 si 6 6 59 I Keller. ' Phils Taseff, Bait. ... Sherman, LA ICarmichael, GB xunneii ' ny ;Paul, cieve 57 n 48 17 Lnnfnt return: 85 vds nardi. cw cardinals vs. Frank Ber- Washington. i- 10u 56 Ktrkofr Return Leaden 7 Jss" sjV iMTDi wiiion. la MaUun, Cards 11 322 634 424 640 312 176 320 3.18 29 3 25 a 28 3 27 8 26 0 251 24 24 1 105 Kid Carmlchael, GB 22 Bingham. Rears 15 Arenas, Br . 23 Carpenter, Clev. U Waller, LA 11 Loach. GB ... IS 100 90 42 40 51 42 31 Casaady, Del. .14 Vessels, Bait. .. 11 261 237 Longest return: 106 vards Albert Carmlchael. Green Bav vi Chi Bears, 10756 TD. League record. Interruption Leaders No Yds TDs I, Crow, Cards . 131 Hecker, Wash. 2 244 206 182 85 72 Dillon. GB Chriatianson, Det. Lary, Det David, Det 4 Longest return 6f5 yards, Richard Lane, Chi Cardinals va. New York, TD, 10758. Eagles Ink No. 1 Draft Pick, Peaks PHILADELPHIA (W Clar-! ence Peaks, hard-running back from Michigan State, has been signed for the 1957 National Football League season by the Philadelphia Eagles. Peaks was the team's first draft choice in last week's preliminary draft. Fight Results Br Assoclattd Press BOSTON Walter Byars, 14J. Boston, outpointed Kid Gavilan, 148. Havana. 10. HOIXYWOOD. Calif. Art Ara- fnn. 151, Los Angeles, stopped Gent otrier, 149, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 3. FHESNO, Calif. Tommy Romu-lo, 137ai, Manila, stopped Cnlco At-rovo, 147, Stockton, Calif. 4. Cadets To Start Six-Foot By BOB WHITE Coach Ted Fritsch'i experimentation program will reach its "highest point" of the season Thursday night when the Premontre Cadets return to Fox Valley Catholic Conference action against St. John's of Little Chute at the Premontre Gym. The Cadets, standing 11 in F5uJ, rduiei-ei a 40-Foot Community Wire to Pack? combined their forces today to make such a "wire lift" possible. The sportswriters of the four agencies will compose a 50-word message and the fans will garnish it with their signatures. There will he a slight charge but it is practically zero. If you wish to have your name on the telegram 'Thought They Were Kidding Me Says Packers' Bonus Pick "From 'Tress Dispatches" SOUTH BEND, Ind. Notre 5 2jDame's Paul Hornung couldn't el believe he had won the Heists jman Trophy, given annually to agjthe nation's top college football nlavpr hpraiitp "T thnii0"ht they were kidding me." "I didn't actually think I had a chance for it in the first place," he said Tuesday. "Like sometimes when you're playing game, after it's over you dn t know whether you play' ed well or not, "But it meant the happiest think I ever received an honor which equalled this for myself or my family." ' Hornung's first reaction to receiving the trophy, establish ed in 1935 in honor of famed coach John W. Heisman and awarded by the Downtown Athletic Club of New York, was to give credit to his team mates and coaches. "I am grateful to Terry Brennan and his coaching staff, and to the team as a whole they deserve credit for making it possible for me to have a chance for such an award," said Hornung. The senior from Louisville, Ky., who was the Green Bav Parkpr bonus choice, started ' 'ithe season at quarterback but .later was forced to play half- ?;ed him in taking snap-backs from centers. Hornung became the 22nd winner of the trophy. Jay Ber-wanger of the University of Chicago was first and Ohio State's Howard Cassady won the award last year. Tennessee halfback Johnny TLTaiorc tirac connfl in hallnt. ing. Hornung received a total; 62:of 1.006 Doints in the doII con 57 1 ducted by 1,318 electors across jjj;the nation and Majors had 994 64 points, marking the closest fin- ' ...it , , , , Halfback Tommy McDonald land center Jerry Tubbs, both of Oklahoma's national cham- l pions, finished third and fourth respectively. Other players i listed in the voting were Jim-l my Brown, Syracuse; Ron J.Kramer, Michigan; John Broil die, Stanford; Jim Parker, Ohio state; Kennv Ploen, Iowa Jon ' ,, ... ' . Arnett, Southern California; ! Joel Walton. Pittsburgh, and - Jim Swink- Texas Christian li Hornung was the third ftotre jDame quarterback to win the i 'award, preceded by Angelo SiBertelli in 1943 and Johnny Lu-jack in 1947, both also f for- Oimauon signal caiiers. iwo other Notre Dame Irish play ers, end Leon Hart in 194HrrTrJ halfback Johnny Lattner, in 1953, also won the trophy. ON'F. OTHER former Parker so won the Heisman tronhv th H.;tm t-or,. 2?iBruce Smith, the all-time Min - ill 3nesota halfback, in 1941. Hornung, oddly enough,national Livestock Exposition missed two high All-America tpams t o her s and Associat - mcaici ... luung j-iit uiuiiiiiiWiLu iuuiit Ljii. uiativuuuiuir U T W T 1 Iff ed Press. He made Look Maga-his stock down from the fam-and Vainisi for bonus choicelMarque . 080,1 JaNagle);g zine. the Sporting News andilv farm near Lancaster, Wis., Paul Hornung who was on his!mes rum?lng. y 4 g United Press squads. lfor the -fair , . . Jatk VainisK wav back from Los Angelesi"OT complaining about a bas-1 Kramer, the Packers' No. 1 Facker scwlt who officially after the Irish-USC game Sat-et W1!h,8 10t P'nt !eatd' I choice, made every All-Amer-;wek,onied R()tl Kramer to the urdav . . . Tucker recognlzed ,h t taking it calm- ica team as an end and was l""d" bet to win!week. watched the University the Heisman trophy. QB Club To Meet The Men's Quarterback Club holds its 11th session in the WBAY auditorium tonight, which begins with a televised portion at 8:30. The complete film of last Sunday's 24-21 victory over the Chicago Cardinals will be shown and Jack Vainisi, Packer chief scout, will be present to discuss the results of last week's early college player draft. conference play and with 4-2 overall reenrd will fiplrl starting lineup of six-footers for the first time this vear in the contest with the Dutch men. Newest six footer to at starting status is Mike Le- l'OV. senior CUard. Who Stands an even six. Leroy won his pro - motion on the basis of his play, AOir. just call Western Union at Hemlock 2-644 1 and give your name. Then, send a dime to the Press-Gazette or one of the three 'radio stations. Actually, the cost of sending each name will be less than a dime. But money left over from the project will be turned over to the Communi I " 1 Heisman Winner Horming and 'Friends' Notre Dame's Paul Hornung, the Packers' bonus choice in last week's draft who Tuesday was named winner of the Heisman trophy, is shown above as he said goodbye to college football after last Saturday's 28-20 loss to Southern California in Los Angeles. Hornung is accompanied by USC's ineligible Jon Arnett as he leaves field. Arnett, picked by Los Angeles Rams, was second collegian drafted. An unidentified' boy shakes Hornung's hand. (AP Photofax) Knights Host Winona Tonight Sports Cocktails: Going in Cold! Working in Under Rote Break For Paul; Max, Doyle Score! By ART DALEY Press-Gazette Sports Editor Pro Stuff . . . Former and future Packers Max McGee and Doyle Nix scored four of the (Wash.) Field-Eglin (Fla.) Air Florida . . . Nix, ace cornerbacker for the Packers as a rookie1 The Redmen of Coach Ken in '55, ran 51 yards for the touchdown that gave Boiling aWiltgen will bring a record of 21-19 victory . scored on a 52 McGee, playing end for Eglin, picked off touchdown passes of 67 and 32 yards from Zeke ' Bratkowski, the Chicago Bear quarterback . . . Nix scored 4 on handoffs from Ralph Gug- lielmi, the Washington Redskin back . . . McGee, who caught 36 passes, including g nine for touchdowns, as a f Packer rookie went into the McGee due out until '58, while Nix could possibly be out that Maxie also did the Packers' punting vear, toov. over 41 yards ... By winning, Boiling gained the right toi meet Fort Hood, Tex., in the veston, Tex., next Saturday . sue win wHiL-u uie udure iui - Two Blackbourns had-swme prize beef on display in Chica- go over tne weeKena 'Me c- ii. i. in .i v. put the beefy Bays on the Tomwicpv fipd whi p hw son v-om skcv neia wane ins son. !T.ido .1,- hA snm n,-i,p hpif. 4-i.JiV.. V .( Jtt.4U D-J'!'. H-V IIV J Crs showing at the 57th Inter- ;jn the International Amphi - tv,nQ v,, T t,,rrU Parkpr f.imiiv in rjot rr.it last of Michigan basketball team practice and marveled at 5 t i . a k'ii -ito'c .,i .q but he actuallv drops the ball in; that's how much spring he has in his legs," Jack said, add- (Michigan opened its basketball jseason against Delaware Sat - urday night, making it impos- sible for Kramer to accept an 'invitation to sit on the Packer bench in Chicago Sunday . . . The 220-pounder, who expects to get up to 225 for the '57 LineupAgainstSt.John alin Sunday's heart-bre a k i n gjshould give the starting lineup n Innp.nnint lnss tn St Pathprinp's a lift." of Racine. He chucked in threei. '""b " lc J "1U ,UK backcourt will be Jack Fabrv.jthe first six games. Doms 30- crucial buckets in that game!6.i senior handyman, who'point output in the Suring and and won lavish praise from J seems equally adept at either, St. Catherine games over the Coach Fritsch for his perform-gum-d or forward. jweek end gives him a total of arriveiance. "Mike is a good outside shot and a steadv floor man. jFritsch said. "In addition, his height and all-around poise'Ron Bertagnoli, both 6-2, willgame. P..,!' ixeyar ty Chest. It is hoped to have 1,500 signatures on the wire, which would stretch it out to about 40 feet. So, all you have to do is call Western I'nion and give your name and then send a clime to one of the four agencies. And don't forget this: DEADLINE FOR CALLING WESTERN I'NION IS 10 O'CLOCK FRIDAY NIGHT! six touchdowns in the Boiling Base game the other day in . . Earlier, he - yard run ... sctt.&n in '54 and then Air Force, isn't Nix averaging all-service Shrimp bowl in Gal . . Former Packer Mike Michal me racK, Keeping an eye open 4 (. tt-, m0 ' asw I p - k fanuwiGn is rantain;quette. In reviewing the War- of tne Wolverine quintet Julius Tinker, the South Rpnrt ' c vouiu nave ueaien uiose , , . . , T . at1m.nov. u.hn mtt'tl,. if i, frMiMenasha surged to a 32-2o lead n x-.....- t-. t.u..u o nt n-mio ftha n .ju.ichnto" eve m-J i j m-c , inin fnnthnii jMO tlU'"0 4UU(WWil, was warm in his praise of the Packers' Tobin Rote in Chica- !go Sunday . . . Tucker talked U.,;th n.,n. r r3ini-u,, Rote as the -Preatest n,.arter back in pro football" and told; loom that Hornung is fortun- ate he is breaking in under a ,iivi , 1, tn ,m Tucker intimated Hornung e Rame Pra Uca lv control faced the prospect of "going in'M?.ra" a"d the boards by him. cold-had the Cards mn th0;self for the entire first half. efforts are being made to sign Hornung as quickly as possible . . . Canadian clubs, of course, are also interested in the all- around athlete . . . The Packers' have allowed opponents only; 40 points in 10 third quarters; this season an average of rrnn; ...uu T u!4U n. , i .u Dom Schilawski, 6-3, will hold forth at his customary cen - iter nnst and annt hpr nair nf six footers. Dick Cibula and. Yanks Still in Lead-by U. S. Point System MELBOURNE W George Breen of Buffalo cracked the world record for the 1,500-meter free style in a qualifying heat today as U.S. swim mers tried to keep pace with Russia's powerful fringe-sport machine in the race for the un-jof official Olympic team title, Russia outscored the Yanks for the day 68-48-2. The U.S. retained the over all lead, der the American point tern, but by only a 2Q-point margin, 538 '.2 to 5 1 8 1 2 . Under the European scoring perennial Mid-Eastern Confer-system. Russia took the lead enc- power, were quick to take 451-4551?.. The European tern awards seven points for a, Cruising to an early lead thatjBoxel-first, the American system: held up all the way with the,EAST awards 10 points. jaid of a full court press, they 'prentice Only Yank Qualifier capitalized to the extent of a," Breen bettered the 17:59.5 65-48 victory, their fourth in ! Maddine n record held by Australia's; Murray Rose with a 17:52.9 clocking, but was the only Yank to qualify for Friday's final in th"eevent. The U.S. scored a grand slam in the women's 100-meter butterfly final with Shelley Mann of Arlington, Va., winning the gold medal in 1:11 flat. Another Yank girl, Carin Cone of Ridgewood, N. J., shared an Olvmpic record ,with a 1:12.9 clocking in the '100-meter backstroke, but the gold medal went to Britain's Judv Grinham. Wnmpn ewimma-ro roA An nivinnir- romrHc lilzo cn,!,sn : hau in thp 4nn.mptpr fr style. The old record was cracked five times. Australia's Lorraine Crann finallv tnnneH the others with a 5:00.2 time r r --f-f-- in the fourth and final preliminary heat. Marley Shriv-ers of Glendale, Calif., who bettered the old record with 5:07.6, and Sylvia Ruuska of Berkeley, Calif., qualified for Friday's final. Wins Gold Medal The U.S. also picked up 17 'points in the yachting finals, winning a gold medal in the TURN TO PAfJE 26. COLUMN J St. Norbert Eyes Second Victory By LEN WAGNER St. Norbert college's Green Knights, after splitting a pair of road games, will open the ;home portion of their basket ball schedule tonight as they entertain St. Mary college of Winona, Minn jtwo wins and one loss to Van Dyke gym, having scored vie jtories over St. Ambrose and Mankato and dropping a de-!6-6. cision to Stout. Coach Melj From that point on, the Blue Nicks' Knights have whipped Lakeland and lost to powerful HIT - marquetie. uame time is c o'clock Leading the St are guard Ken Jansen, 511. and forward Dave Thies, 6 4. Jansen. a junior, has scored' over 400 points in each of his; Iwo vears on the varsitv and sonhnmnre Thies followed sml jn his rookie Vear last, season St Marv has eood avpraBJMena.sha's margin to 16-14. The St. - lheight, along the same lines as, vils staved within two points - !the Kniehts can nrodnce hutiuntil Nelson hit two quick bas- n0 reai tall" problem such as iMike Moran presented at Mar- rior tussle Nicks felt "the frep i ior tussie, inicks ieic menee. iv- u ' u... oo j. 9R hu, 0Hmn.e lV VIHl llj HllVUipiJ, rnarh n rin, "We had them worried, no idouot aoout it. wnen Jaeie - i1J' - K-Kssporieo. . . J, s ''Zl.l . , , , : 11" f"r Jum"rK fo,ar,d JerrJ: - Nettesheim. The 6-3 forward !came off the bench early in four per third period . . . The Packers' best offensive quar- ter so far is the fourth . . . They scored 77 points in the 10 last frames 28 in the fourth quarters of the last two victories, 21 on Detroit and seven on the Cards. Thursday round out the front line. Schilawski continues to pace 95 markers, iust under a Iti j point average. Fabry is the nnmhpv tun crni-pr with 7(i points for just under 13 per Letdown! East Loses At Menasha 65-43 Jays Hold Early Edge; Devils, Cats Visit Sheboygan By LEE REMMEL MENASHA, Wis. Perhaps jit was inevitable in the wake their spectacular double overtime effort against Apple- Iton four days earlier but that j 'long time bane of the coach-iPoints at the start of the third un-!ing fraternity, the letdown. jquarter. sys-jstruck Green Bay East's Red! Lvle Nahly's East Jayvees, Devils here Tuesday night. j who went into the preliminary And the Menasha Blueiavs sys-jadvantage of the situation. five starts. The defeat, first of a decisive nature for the Red Devils (the other two were by one point), was their third against one success. The Devil.; return to Fox River Valley Conference action against North at Sheboygan Friday night. West also will appear in the Chair City the same night against Central. East's performance on this occasion, it goes without saying, contrasted sharply with ithe Red Devils' sparkling ex hibition against Appleton. Wneleas they were guillv of few errors in the latter, they 'Presen,ed Menasha with the .College's ace scatback during ;ba11 23 times via fumbles- bad the past gridiron season, has Passes and violations last night.;been accorded first team hon- Although there were other factors, this figure tells the story eloquently even more so than the comparative shootH ing records where the Bluejays also had the edge. They firedjMcMillin, and halfback Bill 59 times and connected on 24! Van Lanen were all named to of those attempts for a plush .407 mark. East, on the other hand, made only 16 of 58 for a .276 percentage. Sharing the Red Devils' general inability to find the range was By Prentice, who only Friday had collected 35 points against Appleton. Though he: finished as East's scoring lead ,89, 85, 82. 75, 65, 63, and 52 er with 16, By was able to hit i yards. but four of 19'shots. The other! Named )o the fi,.st ,cam half of his total came from theia,nng with 1he kllight flash tree throw line. jwere ends cljnt Westemeyer, Kraus Scores 15 St. Ambrose, and Dick Trafas, One heartening development; St. Thomas; tackles Ron Gius-amid the gloom of defeat was'ti, Lewis, and Jim Oppold, the performance of veteran 'Loras: guards Chuck Froehle, jf 0 r a r d Milan (Crunch) Kraus. The 6-1, 200-pound sen ior dunked 15 points, his top output in three varsity seasons, and emerged as the Devils' rebound leader with 10. .East led only once during the course of the evening in the first minute of play when a pair of free throws by Pren tice presented them with a 2-0 bulge and the score was tied j twice, seconds later, at 4-4 and jays were out front. A brace of free throws by Don Dahl!pjov(j Patterson's newly won T- XT1 ' .. i 1 a 1 : ti. I 1 - .aiiuuun im.sun s poi snot mi- ea mem .mo a jo-io lead at tie; Jim Norrjs and hi, Interna-Mary attack quarter and the Menashans al-;tiona Boxing Club have suff. ready appeared to be on their to have the 24-year-old Ma-East returned to contention hen meet j,rurricane Jackson at the stsfrt of the second pe- to determine a heavyweight rod, however, when a rebound contender ' 1 0,11 "Ufihbanks and two, I free throws by Kraus whittled! A'hittledj kets for a 2418 Menasha ad vantage. Prentice canned four straight t7T.. -.u o.,i u j:.i r 1!' " lul 011 Jtu ule 11,i,l!,u"rc' Yunnan r....:i 'tu r'iooi., -a,-., Ti, licJH. LCI UUl Llie UrVUS W1LII1I1.1I1C .-lcvciai(U uiwnu.t, reach for the last time at 26-22. unniniiuii anu uumu ai ine intermission ano cuiica away to stay with six straight 'JS53sM,wK;J R i & Give on Undri I led ElboirDDfle g i ft g i 8 AFTER CHRISTMAS have the S S S $ ball and get custom fitted. REMEMBER! Ebonite bolls are our store and guaranteed to fit! BOWLING ii 1 Men's end Ladies' U S mv g R jjj B I 922-26 Mom cune SHOES BAGS $165 $C95 I up Tax Inc. to $7.95 I OENBS GREEN BAY, WIS., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5, 1956 with a perfect 3-0 record, came away with their first loss of the season, 46-40, despite a 20-point performance by Bernie Van JHNSHA F G 2 VlcAloon I 1 Dalil 1 1 Koslowskl 3 0 Hanson 0 2 Broun 4 0 Horree 1 4 I'range 5 1 Nelson 5 1 Neubauer 0 1 Selhach 4 0 KoneTike 0 0 Wilde 0 iHtiKhbanks 4 Pierce 0 Kimk 0 IJanssen 1 iBoettcher 1 jPrnski 0 'Nelson 0 iKice 0 Totals Fast High Menasha 16 16 13 Totals 24 11 1 10 15 II) 1348 16 16 18 15 CS Free throws missed: East Hlsh 9 Prenlice 2, Kraus 1. Kins J, Hoettcher, Janssen 2; Menasha 6 Brown, Neu baiter 4, Nelson. (II finals: Darrell Flfrlrk and Car roll I.ohr, Kiel. Knights' Jarock On All-Catholic Midwest Eleven Norm Jarock, St. Norbert ors by the LaCrosse Register on its annual All-Catholic Midwest football team. Tackle Jerry Johnson, guard Bob Pozza. quarterback Dick the second team by the Register, official newspaper of the Catholic diocese of LaCrosse. Jarock picked up 1,000 yards in 125 carries during the course of the nine game schedule for an average of eight vards per try. He scored 60 points and peeled off runs of St. John's, and Ray Knight, St. Joseph's; center Roy Owen, St. Ambrose; backs Bob Webb, St. Ambrose, Ralph Tite, St. Joseph's, and Bernie Raetz, St. Thomas. Machen Favored Over Summerlin SYRACUSE, N. Y. W Fav-orite Eddie Machen is looking for a television victory over Johnny Summerlin tonight to move him closer to a crack at heavvweicht crown (1(H it mipht h gnori jHt,. r I I H . V-'cVCIUIIU LIULI3 l f ' n jKeetS V UiniOn I CLEVELAND P Waivers have been asked on halfback irnnn,, C1,an4 Kir Browns signed Quinlan as a . . ,. free agent at mid-season after ..v. ne was cut louse uy tne iuj Angeles Rams. Jot bov 2 drilled right in g Bowling Ball Bags 2 i 2 SA95 up lox Ine. 2 I SPORT SHOP ''Bowlers' Headquarteri inci icium v-j2

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