Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on October 9, 1966 · Page 22
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A8i 2i ANDWSON SUNDAY HERALD SIIMRAV n^™.» . ,— Manchester 18 Hanover 13 Baylor 7 Arkansas 0 Ga. Tech 6 Tennessee 3 N'western 14 Oregon St. 6 Mich. State 20 Michigan 7 Oklahoma 18 Texas 9 Valpo 15 Butler 12 San Jose St. 34 California 0 E'ville 14 DePauw 7 Alabama 26 Clemson 0 N. Illinois 38 Ball State 24 Florida 22 Fla. State 19 Cornell 45 Penn 28 Taylor 10 Georgetown 7 Okla. State 11 Colorado 10 Ind. State 19 St. Joe's 0 Missouri 27 Kan. State 0 Wheaton 20 Wabash 14 Notre Dame, Purdue Belt Foes By Same Scores; Hoosiers Tie Gophers "°"™' ll-aTiSilrish Count *"• «•*•°j!. Griese Helrc r- i^ - *Hnrr«»Anrf ]*^Tp^T Northern Illinois Ends Ball State's Win Streak, 38-24 in the second period, tcored oj period. Then he hit Jack Frost | and John Spins on scoring pass- ies of 25 and 2 yards to put the game out of reach. T j ,,™r, ,, , Rick Osborne, who kicked all Inn /iTPTl VnrfVi • i / it. • • , —, iiiu. t uri i i>onn- ex tr a points for the visitors, al- «rn Illinois exploded for three so b»ted a 26-yard field goal touchdowns in the third period in :he final period. Saturday to defeat nos: Bail Northern Illinois took » 7 - 0 SOUTH BEND. Ind. (API- State, 38-24, and enH the Cardi- lead when Jim Wendler ran the j Third-ranked Notre Dame nals' neamr nnhpalcn r-nllcpp openinB tackofl back 70 yards i scored five times in the first ^bJ, S. 8 f ° Ba V whdown - •-• ^L 33 ^*™ 1 *^ Ball State, which had won 11 froln ! ilrish Count ; 5 Times In •First got touchdowns j Seymour with eight passes for Hathaway on -r- *— «*•*» v*£4ji, ^/a^aca 101 yards, then flooded the field , rm wy o a -- , e •nd ned 2 of its last 13 games. ;vard p!unge Amos Van Pelt on iwith subs to smash Army 35-0 ook a 16-14 lead in o the dress- a j. yanl run md f^^ Dan s 0 [Saturday. '" -* « 2 ' yani plun * e ' Harold! U Was * e Cadet5 ' worst Canady booted . 2*yani field!"* * «* W* » 3 mee goal for the Cardinal Polishes Off Brown Eleven, 24-0 NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI) — Reserve quarterbacks Pete Doherty and Bills Gaels led Yale to a 24-0 victory over Brown Saturday in the first Ivy League game of the season for the Elis. Doherty, a senior from West Hartford, Conn., threw {.e touchdown pass and engineered another score by sophomore star Cal Hill. j Gaels directed the Elis on a for Griese Helps Bomb Foe Into Submission LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP)Bob Greise of Purdue fired a 4 yard touchdown shot to Ji; Beirne the first time he got th mission in the second half for 35-0 victory Saturday. The game was Purdue's Bi . Ten football „ . , , , ,. D • »_- icu i\uire uame witn a 26-5-4! Brown, Gnesman who had hit Kon series ^ mied by a rugged Ya l „„„„,;. Roth for » 22-yard scoring pass Lse Bulletin-Herald Classifieds Tt i]!Mb elMt ito . ft ;and failed to get a first down i i i-:ll^ ... inntil th* thirH , opener. The Jos iwas Iowa's 14th straight in Bi jTen competition. sty-j Greise completed 16 of 2 TWO CAR SPECIAL GARAGE 1045 ONLY Coll Now! Day or Nite Immediate Erection Beat the Cold Weather Room Don't iuff«r another winter for th» lack of adequate ipac* whtn it it » caty to hav» a larger houi* at low el $4.96 per week. NO MONEY DOWN! NO MONEY TO PAY TIL JAN. '67 B-B CONST. & IMBR. CO., Inc. 1705 Moditon Av». Ph. 643-5997, Eve* 644-7535 ibiggest beating ever admirr;-!" 1 ™! , me . B itered the Irish-a 5<W> crushing ;£ ruu ! som y. jby Army in tie Glenn Davis imatna1l7J>H ' Doc Blanchard er* of 1944. The. triumph was Notre Dame'« third of the season u , ; while outgunned Army, whose Elis The Yale five-yard line. frish first stringer* was to the 35, absorbed its first defeat in four starts. In the opening half explosion, Notre Dame's five scoring shots period, eal scoring , _ the final , but they ran out of time on the . Yale gained 253 yards rushing air to 74 for the Bruins. Y.I* j I ; Brown 0 I I T-24 »-fl Bleier and Hanratty'i 14-yard pitch to Seymour enlivened the covered a total of 251 yards in 31 plays an average of better j Jim Smnithberger's than eight per play. _ . Irunback with a Jim completions and yards passing He broke <he Purdue record fo extra point kicks by bootin five, running his string for 1966 to 18 without a miss. Ed Podolak tried to pass Iow t back into contention afte i rocked the Hawkeyes with that opening shot, but th Purdue defenders gave him i rugged afternoon. Purdue built its lead to 14-0 in the second half and put Bii away with two more 45 - yard i '°«<**>wns "» the third quarter oole T. «r. i • . i, , runnacK wiui a Jim u looie In the .early minutes, Bobj pass interception set up the Ir- Bleier rammed over from the Slu ™ «.. »u u-?.. ;_ «.three to end a 54-yard drive behind the momentum of Hannat- ty's 19-yard toss to Seymour and ish on the three midway _. second guarter. Eddy blasted — -«»- uiuu uuan.ci. Fullback Perry Williams scored twice on short runs, am Beirne got a second touchdown on a 12-yard pass from halfback S^ifv f , 'P' us ' Hanratty aerials' of*'!? Before the first quarter was J ards to Curt Heneghan, 15 to /er. INOOre Dame was rrmcma VT,JJ__ ^_j ,„!_,-, 6 ' . over, Notre Dame was cruising 21-0. Pete Duranko recovered Carl Woessner's fumble on the Cadet 33 and on the first play rookie Hanratty fired a touchdown pass to his sophomore bat- terymate Seymour. Later, the Irish went 76 yards i" six plays rounding ei score. A 10-yard the run by Bob GUNS — New & Used, gun cabinets, cases, holsters, belts, reload- Dcvwm gucum. AWUV JjlaolcU T •. r r "" "«»** Jiauucun. across on the first play. i 1 ^™^ Ke yes. Bob Baltzell got In the final minutes of the pe-i the . otner on a long pitchout and ,:~j *... r,jj_. — i gj € j er a five-yard run. John Charles and Bob Corby intercepted two of Podolak's passes in the first hah*, and Andrew Jackson of Iowa pulled in one of Griese's tosses. A funi- ehfirst half, and another fumble me and Hie clock killed two promising Iowa drives in the first,half, and another fumble stopped the Hawkeyes' only threat in the second half. Griese ran his totals to 275 yards, breaking Eddy and 13 to Seymour set up Eddy's scoring smash from the three. After each touchdown, Joe Azzaro booted the extra point. During this time, Army's best threat came in the first quarter when Steve lindell's 33-yard TT " „ """=" oieve .uuiueus oj-yara Hanrat l y Pass to John Peduto carried to % ? e No '™ Dame 35. That was as far as the Cadets got. second half after hitting on 11 >ut of 19 passes for 191 yards. Coley O'Brien ley ! la the last half, completing two of The gift that bends over backward to please: ir as me uaaets got. passes for 3,394 yards breaking Hanratty was withheld in the Purdue records of 260'passes bv vnnd half after hitHnej nn n n-iln Cn*«., n i :- -nr.*, .-„ . , Dale Samuel in 1950-52 and 3,325 yards by Len Dawson in - j -"— », v ^u JHIUO uj ucii ijawbuil ill most of 1954 ' 56 - His M o f 67 extra point ticks broke me mark of 57 o£ Indiana And Minnesota Play Deadlock BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP)One big scoring pass by Minnesota's left-handed Larry Carlson matched an afternoon of ana's Big Sat- Jenkins Powers Georgia Victory Over Miss. Rebels superb running by Indiana's Mike KrivoshU and the Bi Ten footbaH teams tied 7-7 Sa uroay. Carlson passed to Hubie Bryant for 32 yards and a touchdown In the first two min eft in the first quarter. The 214-p o u n d Krivoshi Junged the yard for Indiana touchdown in thefirst two min utes of the final period. He car ried the ball 30 times for 14 yards, breaking the I n d i a n school record of 139 made b Gene Gedman against Iowa in 1952. Dav« Kornowa, who kicked the Hoosiers' extra point, missed a 37-yard field goal attempt in the final period and Minne- ATHENS, Workhorse Ga. (UPI) _ fullback Ronnie - ee pays cou sota was getting ready to try Rebels only seven yards nTlA frnm try* Trvtxan* nn mlum ir «._ _i _ v . Sale: 12 sporty reclining chairs for fathers whose tastes run to Mustangs, beagles and double eagles. 58 set by Samuels and his total of 126 points tied the Purdue —r scoring record by Ed Codv in mission charge. 194445 , Podolak completed six of 19 passes for 92 yards, Tony Williams catching four for 67 yards. Beirne was Purdue's top MEETS VOLKOFF IN FEATURE - Pictured above ii Frankie (Mrs. Adonis) Slarks, sensational 215-pound dropkicking star and member of Coach Bob Otter's Indiana Reformatory wrestling team, who will meet Igor Volkoff, widely known TV performer, in the main attraction of the Open House boxing and wrestling program at the IK Fieldhouse, at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22. 'Storks and Volkoff will baft/a {or two of three falls in a 60-mimite time limit. Six boxing bouts and three wrestling matches round out the card. The show is open to the public and there will be no ad- receiver with eight catches for 119 yards. Keyes, a sophomore defensive back, maintained his per feet passing record by throwing once. He hit one for one laat week, setting up a touchdown. Keyes also carried the ball once for a 9-yard gain and returned one punt 16 yards. Iowa's strongest threat reached the Purdue 11-y a r d line. Williams caught a 32-yard pass from Podolak and struggled out of bounds, but time al-i ready had run out in the first half. There were 112 players in the game. Purdue used 74 men and Iowa 38. Pitt Slashes West Virginia PITTSBURGH (AP) - Hard- running Mike Raklewicz and Joe Aones, slashing and driving through West Virginia's defense, paced a Pitt comeback Saturday that brought the Panthers _ lhdr first of tne quarter" and" early in"the"fourth „. I Jones ran over wit hthe winning The Panthers, a Hi-point fa-iscore from the four. Mountaineers twice stole the ball from quarterback Ed James. But Pitt scored 10 points in the final minutes of the half and then drove 50 yards for the win- one from the Indiana 20 when time r.an out. Three lost ba31 fumbles help« stall the Hoosiers, who had i 215-66 edge in rushing yardage Minnesota, which let Indiana have the short passes but bat ted down most of the long ones liad a 177-142 yardage margii in the air. One of Indiana's best drives was done in the third quarter when the Gophers' Jim Wheeler recovered a Krivoshia fumble on his 25. Two poor Indiana punts, one of them going only seven yards, helped Minnesota get startec on a 72-yard, eight-play scoring drive. Big gainers in the series included a 15-yard run by Curtis Wilson and Carlson passes to Kenny Last for 12 yards and to Chet Anderson for seven. Bob Stein, who kicked Minnesota's extra point, also played an outstanding defensive game. Indiana's scoring drive started late in the third quarter from its 26 and took 14 pteys. Quarterback Frank Stavroff hit :wo key passes, to John Ginter : or 12 yards and to Al Kamardt 'or 19. He shook off two rushing tacklers on the long one Stavroff hit 15 of 20 passes for all of Indiana's aerial yardage. vorite, spotted West Virginia [West Virginia two first-half touchdowns as the I Pittsburgh 770 0-14 0 10 0 7—17 S 79 .95 (save at least $20) In strong supple leotherlika plcstic. If the head of your family stays right with the tempo of the times, he'll wont a recliner as modern as his thinking. If he'f flown the fasler jets, driven the hotter cars, speared the bigger fish, played the toughest courses and fiddled with the latest big beat — he'll wont a chair that looks like its moving even when it's standing still. A young man's recliner. Something that looks like he likes it but doesn't need it. Something that invites that feet-up hair-down feeling. Here are 12 just 12 — at an exceptionally low price. On the other hond, If he'd rather link into a good book than a cold lake, come see the other 50 reclining chain we hare. Auburn Blasts Wake Forest AUBURN, Ala. (UPI) : Fierce fullback Tom Bryan (Saturday rejuvenated a turn, bling Auburn offense with fine : running to guide the Tigers to a 14-6 win over inter-conference foe Wake Forest. ! The game, before 22,000 fans,] included wounded veterans from Viet . Nam, marked the (first time Negroes ever participated in any sport on this Deep iSoiiili campus. Wake Forest fielded four Negro starters. 1 Bryan switched to his line- busting post from quarterback last year, rammed through, over, and around the doughty Deacons 'defense which was supposed to lake a back seat to the offense. Bryan bulled for 89 yards in six carries to help ! I even the Tigers' disappointing "season at 2-2. Sherman Sparks !Penn State, 30-21 j UNIVERSITY PARK. Pa (AP) - Tom Sherman, who in three previous games this season has played only on defense passed for t wo ' second-half touchdowns Saturday in rallying Penn State to a 30-2) football victory over Boston College. Sherman completed 13 of 26 passes, nine of them in the second half, for two touchdowns and 201 yards. His favorite target was sophomore tight end Ted Kwalick, who caught six passas for 120 yards. Kwalick scored on both of the TD passes — one for 49 vards, the other for 7. Boston Col. s 7 0 6-21 Penn St. o 8 8 14—30 i"" ..... "" ..... " ..... RESTOCKED WITH CANADIAN FISH Aqua Gardens Has Ucslockcd With Adult Canadian Fish For Fall & Winter Fishing What a sale of Men's Suits! Low prices, high values. Get 'em! McFARLAND'S Jenkins powered Georgia to a second-period touchdown Saturday and a mighty Bulldog defense held on the rest of the way to take a « Southeastern ^inference victory from the Mississippi Rebels. Georgia marched 68 yards for ts second-period touchlown with Jenkins grinding out 46 of them in the sustained drive before crashing over for a one- yard touchdown. Bob Etter converted to put Georgia ahead 7-3 only 38 seconds deep in the period. Ole Miss blitzed Georgia quarterback Kirby Moore during the early minutes of the first period, shaking him loose from the ball, and end Marvin McQueen recovered on the Bulldog 28. Jimmy Keyes came on to boot a 39-yard field goal ater three plays could get the Moore boomed a 38-yard punt o the Ole Miss four-yard-line in he waning moments of the second period. Rebel quarterback Jody Graves was nailed rolling out on first down by wingback Bill McWhorter to give Georgia a safety and its 9' victory margin. Georgia's victory, its fourth ;ave the Bulldogs a 2-0 mark in tie SEC. The loss' was Ole ffiss's second in conference »lay. Georgia's defense stopped Mississippi cold in the first alf, limiting the potent Rebels jt> only one first down. When the Rebs were able to et their passes away, they •ere the victims of fiva Seorgia interceptions. Bowling 30c at Rains AMF balls $12.95 Holes plugged $2.50 Trade your ball on a new one at Rains LIFE-STRIDE PUMPS-STRAPS-TIES At MAHONY'S ALEXANDRIA Economy Cleaning Special! Men's; Boy's PANTS 19 Regularly SQi per pair. 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