Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on October 9, 1966 · Page 23
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.SUNDAY. OCTOm ». \9U ANPtRSOM SUNDAY HCRALO Hefty Franklin Grizzlies Batter Way To 28-16 Victory Over AC's Ravens Hatchell's FG Rescues Halftone Lead FRANKLIN - The ex perienced, hefty Grizzlies o Franklin College battered then- way to a 28 - 16 homecoming victory here Saturday over An derson Co'lege in a battle of winless Hoosier Conference out {its. The Ravens held a 9-7 halftime lead on the strength of Charlie Hatchell's 37-yard field goal late in the second quarter before the Grizzly offense began to tell on the young AC defenders. The field'goal was the first suchessful attempt by an AC kicker since Gus Carlson's 29-yard boot in 1957 sparked the Ravens to a 29-20 win over Hanover for a share of the HCC championship that year. The defensive work of Franklin's Joha Chiarotti, Terry Hoeppner and former Alexan- , drian Rick Flecker paced the LIGHT BALL Grizzlies in stopping Anderson's Honor roll: Qhler, 220; Halt R Mantei. 225, 210 (591); C. BEGINNERS, PICK qiresl for its first win. Hoeppner ran back a pass interception 85 yards for Franklin's first touchdown, while Flecker picked off three AC aerials anc had a fourth interception nullified by a penalty, all late In the fourth quarter when the Ravens went to the air in earn- tst. Starring offensively for Franfc- lin were fullback Chuck Stumpf, halfback Tom Mengelt of Elwood, quartervack John Buerger and end Larry Williams. The combination of Buerger to Williams accounted for Franklin's last two touchdowns, both in the Timing and Correcting Your final quarter, while Mengelt Delivery," written by Don • - Carter and Marion LMewig expressly for readers of this column. To get a copy, send 20c and a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Don Carter and Marion Ladewig, care National Newspaper S y n d i- cate, 20 North Wacker Drive, Chicago 6, III. scored on a 34-yard run in the third frame. Despite the 28 points registered by Franklin, Anderson's defense showed up well in the game, three times stopping Grizzly first-half drives deep in AC territory as the ball ended up on the one-yard line as the halftide gun sounded. Anderson's first score, in fact, came defensively as Jim Dunhoft scooped up a Franklin fumble and sprinted 24 yards to paydirt with only 1:54 gone in the game to give AC a 6-0 lead. Hoeppner matched it with his long interception return at 8:17 of the first quarter. Hatchell's field goal made it 9-7 Ravens with 2:17 to go in the half, and the first two periods ended with 16 points on the Scoreboard despite the fact that neither goal had been crossed offensively. Bawling balls range in weight from nine to 16 pounds. Those just beginning the spirt should select a ball light enough so they can handle and swing it without strain. Later, they can gradually work up to a heavier ball that will knock over more pins. Most men eventually use a 16-pound ball, while women will get Up to around 13 or 14 pounds. THE DELIVERY FROM START TO FINISH — it's all Outlined for you in the illus t r a t e d booklet, "Planning (559); Partchurst, 201; Crage 202; Carr, 206_(553); Hobbs, 203. SKILLED TRADES (Rains Gardens) Rains Gardens 3, AAA Insurance 1; Hal's Citgo 4, Dept. 190 " Yanceys' Market 3, Roy Smith Appliances 1; Dept. 620 j Den ' is ,, 2, Hartley's Heating 2; GM Die Cast 3 Lowe's Insurance 1; Valpo Knocks Butler Out Of ICC Lead, 15-12 INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) -Valparaiso knocked Butler from the top of the Indiana Collegiate Conference Saturday with a 15-12 football victory over the host Bulldogs. Butler, now 2-1 in the confer- to Dunboft, out- ence, scored in the first period Westermans 3, Warfield Ins. l Honor roll: Johnson, 208 (570); Major, 215 (586): Newman, 213; Warrum, 202; R. Turner, 200; E. McClelland, 211; Goff, 207. OWL MAINTENANCE (Rains Gardens)__ Supervision 3, Dept. 1093 Middletown Plumbin 3, Eig 1; Bud i Joe's 4, Tow 0; Ge sett Builders 3, Crow's Pu OH 1; Quinn's Cafe 4, Hasler 1; Rains 3, Adams Garage 1. Honor roll: Warrum, 20 Blagg, 200, 224 (576); Whitingi 204; Slone, 209; F, Kimm, 1 (554); Barnes, 207 (577); Ha ilton, 246 (629). ANACONDA MIXED ..(Rains Gardens)-- RBK 1 - 3, Shuffalongs 1; Woe Choppers 3, Od Bodkins 1; Th Foursome 4, Four F's 0; TNT 3, Wazoozes 0; PW's 4, All Cats 0; DBD's 2, Hopeful 4 Honor roll: J. Teeters, 20 R. Chappell, 207; R. Breec 202; C. Eckstein, 210. 204 (589 L. Oshier, 211. THURSDAY MIXED (Rains Gardens) Gutter Dusters 2, Hits Misses 2; Hot Dogs 3, Spoile 1; Scrubbs 3, Hams 1; B & Homes 4, Community Hospit 0; Broadway Donut 3, Law rence- Krehe R.JU 1; Mansh D-R OWLS, SECT. 2 (Cooper's Bowl) Group A: Pepsi-Cola 4, Gib warficld Insurance 0; Harris Tree Surgery 4. House of Trophies 0; Luther Ellis Plastering 33, Allis Chalmers 1; Tri- County Golf 4. Wolohan Lumber 0; Standard Life Insurance 3, Triangle Tap Room 1; Cooper's Bowl 4, Chapman & Chap- nan 0; Trindel's Custom lomes 4. Pay Less Market 0; Spoilers 3, 7 Up 1. Honor roll: D. St. Clair, 241 (631); D Wolverton, 244 (600); -:BOWLING SCORES:-*'Anted " State In 10-9 Squeaker (Brawn's Recreation) Cost 3, CGIT 1: Lucky Strikes 3, Estimating 1; King ; Pins 4, Personnel 0; Tool De;; sign 3, Handicaps 1; Purchas- ,| ing 4, Process Lab. 0. Honor roll: McCord. 204, 207 (596); H. Barker, 203. TEXAS (Rains Gardens) Jacks & Jills 4, Four 0; Rains Gardens, 4, Ten 0; Hamilton- Harris 3, Abel's 1; Emge's 3, Fuller Brush 1; Donahues' 1 Virginia Coal 1; Trinidad Roof 3, VCT 1. Braden, 203 (5S7): E. Adams 247 (580); M. Webb, 206 (575); P. Thrbeseh. 209 (567); R Savage. (557): D. McCullough, (555); A. Watts. 237 (550); J. ~ Key, Woods, . C. Granger, 212- - - Honor roll: M. C. Buckner,!. 202; G. Myers. 205; J. Tapy.i 212; C. Smiln. 202; D. Bushong,! 204; B. Davis, 202; H. Albae 214; D. Ehnore, 214, 213 (605); : CHAMPAIGN', H. Morgan, 231; J. Lindsay, 202; Sophomore (UPD- R. Clear, 219; L Cleveland, 213;|Naponic drove McCarty, Ml; J. Gwym,.' and lhen l D-R PLANT 10 (Hams Gardens) Punch Press 3, Depf. 1001 Wildcats V&, Cams l',i; 3, Cast Iron I; Ignitors quarterback Bob Illinois 53 yards and then plunged the last yard . jfor a touchdown with less than : 'seven minutes left on the clock:. W.5 \9 THAT F8IENPLV FABMER1 WAS TEkLINS ito ambush OhkTstaie inY'lM S™™?. ° ut » 31-yard drivs to'from the four and Cairns to« (squeaker Saturday 'r fl 1 " 01 ? 15 on seven P'aj'jhis third field goal to send th I r . ., , thft Sftrnrui t.im» if ont (h*> hall [Rn^L-mms in*« tu« /.-..-i •_. But it took Jim Stotz' to post the one point the second time it got the ball. (Buckeyes into the final Motz The niira defense held Hudson with a 9-3 lead. halfba i in spection 1; Tool Room 3, )inners 1. Honor roll: Kluesncr, 565); Shoultz, 244: 554); Taylor, 213 C It was the first Illini victor trom a 13 kicked. I Cairns' down and Cairns effort week record kick, which Ohio State, whose Patrick, 208; Raper, 222. r ' State 0-1 in the Big Ten. _ - _ _ Group B: Sandbaggers 3 JMAPLEBUSTERS Pl?nt 8 J; Murnan's East Side inc. J, 6 ' . , ! » T Greenlee's Pro Shop :i. Valle v' N ' ne • •=— - "-" • - • - — =- (Olj-mpis Lanes) 7 Up 3, Mason's Root Beer 1; game was of 5 0a)s with the Buckeves' Ga ' . Stotz, who had missed an ]earlier field go Illinois on the View Golf 1: Shelton's Weil Drilling 4. McGonigle Real Es- standing defensive work was turned in by Mike Wood, Ron Anderson. Carrying the offensive load for the Ravens was fullback Tom Muffins, who scored AC's nraining in the game. Mullins was the only effective Anderson rusher, and quarterbacks eKith Jordan and Terry Murawski were consistently bothered by Franklin defenders. Mullijis' touchdown put Anderson back in the game after Mengelt's 3-yard run with 11:43 left in the third quarter and Buerger's 13-yard pass to Wil- on a 1-yard plunge by Dan Warfel. The Crusaders tallied in Shangle and Don Fitzgerald of the second period on a 10-yard - - pass play from Jon Dunitri to 3ert Bleke. Larry Gibbert scored on a 5- 'ard "run in the third period to lone offensive touchdown on a pu t Butier back on top tempo- one-yard plunge with 8:30 re- rarily, until Valpo's Harold Semrock scored from three yards out in the same period. Butler now is 2-1 in ICC play, while Valpo is 2-2 in the league. liams in the final stanza with Guns don't kill people. People kill people. GUN BARN BILL SAYS Boys Help Make America Beautiful Cut Your Hair 13:41 to play had given Franklin a 21-9 lead. Buerger's second 13-yarder to Williams with 2:12 left in the game sewed it FAST... FAIR... FRIENDLY If it's insurance we have it Low cost Auto, Home, Marine one policy package at low monthly payments. Call today, won't you? Brown Agency, Inc. Phoni £43.6641 1316 Main SI. up for the Grizzlies. The final tally was set up by Flecker's interception of a Murawski pass on Anderson's 18-yard line three plays earlier. The Ravens, after facing three conference foes in a row, get a "break" from loop action next week in hosting North Central of Illinois next Saturday. The game doesn't mean anything HCC-wise, but with North Central's reputation for strong football teams the game will be no picnic. At least not for the Ravens. Anderson 6 3 0 7—16 Franklin - —-7 0 7 14—28 Statistics: st downs Total yards gained Rushing - -Passing -- --Passes attempted _ completed intercepted by Fumbles lost _ . Puiils --- Penalties AC II 299 1011 In mor« than years president of the National Baseball Congress, Ray Dumont says he has never been on the playing field while a national tournament was underway in Wichita. Surveyors 3, X-Ray 1. Honor roll: women — W. Hoc son (518); J. Bauer (513); me —D.Martin, 224; G. Maxwe 210; C. Ca-npbell, 232; C. Pla Sr., 238. •R PLANT (Rains Gardens) Supervision 4, Campers i Moldmakers 3, Die Cast Two : Tool Room 4, Locks 0; Die Ca: One 3, Controls 1; Spring 3, Switches 1; Well Drillers 3 Horns 1. Honor roll: Mills, 209 (562) Downward, 229; Ryan, 213 Luce, 208 (559); Aynes. 228 Stout, 207; Wright, 225. (Rains Gardens) Dearing's Drugs 2, Five 2 Welker's Mustangs 3, Twelve 1. Gentry's Cabinets 4, Coca-Cola Two 0; Benefiel's Floor Store 2 Rains 2; Anderson Refuse 3 Pepsi-Cola 1; Coca-Cola One 4 Middletown 0. Honor roll: Chance. 235 (583) Kline, 232 (56); O'Brien, 209 Lawson, 209 (554); Yonkers 211; Breece, 202 (581); Ashley (568); Clark, 208: B. Needier 202; E. Dozier, 210 (554)- Davis 213. FRIDAY MIXED (Rains Gardens) Jokers 3, Five Fingers ,, Jacks & Jills 3, Rohr's Gang 1; Chuckles 3, Mixers 1; Full- tagton Electric 3, Troubles 1- Wonder Five 3, Yorktown Upholstering l; Gutter Dusters 2, Odd Balls 2. Honor roll: women — M Schmidt, 212 (524); W. Hodson (521); J. Metcalf, 230 (556); men — D. Harless. 209 E Burk, 202. 216 (569) F. Shanks (574) J. B. Hess. 208 [ D-R PI \\TS III ' (:\luni:iM's Kast Siilc) • Anderson Warehouse S, Drive Ends 1 Pole Shoes :i, Panorama 1 Production Control 4, as;Tool Room 0; Midwest 4. Pack- Storm Sash Repair Anderson Art Glass ers 0; Model Shop 3, Rebels! 1; Chiefs 3, Automatics 1. Honor roil: R. Rice, 240 (594); Meagher, 206; Byrne, 207 (591), Sczesny, 203: Robinson, 203; King, 214 (556); Wagner, 212 (572); Little, 201; Custis, 200; Bannon (556); Manis. 201; Faulkenberg, 204; Sanders, 21! (550). OK" BALL SftUct a Loan to Fit Your Naedt CASH YOU 34 Mo RECEIVE _ Pmlt. $l,020Tl"3 $2.067.90 $95.0(f ~u M«.~ Pmlt. CASH YOU KECEIVE "$5,018.03 $148~ Othftr A mount i Available al tomptm.bl* Paymimti LOANS... Keyed To Your Money ]Veeds?. f ASK US! We Have Loans For Every Purpose! • Back To School Expenses • Horn* Repairs — Before Cold Wdolher • Consolidate Bills — Have only 1 Payment UP TO $ 5,000 OR MORE LOCAL FINANCE O.K. BALL 1000 MAIN $T. PH. 64<M428 . - ... , tate 0; Mountain Dew 3. Hoosier S at , er ' " Seven 2; Dietzen's Bak _ ^ ery 4, Five 0: Lawson Dance;Ten"record' Studio 3. Barker Vending 1;! p,:,... Pollution 3, Madison if^.T. wth the Buckeves' Garv holdine the honors with 1 seconds before mid-game when " olum s me nOHOrS Wlttt nh - o, , I.-H-J .„ iii; n : Jm -,,^ 55-yarder, which set a Tool Diner 3 ; | Olympia Lanes Eyans Standard 3,; . an Illini drive within its 10. Stotz' kick carried 29 yards. Ohio Stale, tossing its pass of Contracting 1; Plant 3 TR 4 Pick Ups 0; (Jli Locakhart's Boys 1 Honor roll: L. Granger, 2 ono ! ,™< ( T 15); - F ' Brown ' ^IT. Kenser, 201;' N. Thornburg, 202(577); I Wainscott, 223 (577); 203; H Ashley. 218; D. Troesk- u «„„„,. ,«,,.„ ^.. J . 216|en. 206: J. Holding, 217; H. Lin clicked on three of goal trio-: anH hie' UIUO alale ' Ioss l n K "S Pa& r wa, fivp v a ^i the aft e™°on. launched ifurther than ^- =n.,.^second-half kickoff. But Illinois posted the 50-yarde threw them back included 22 completec passes, tossed only 16 Saturday ' - - " ' n. Illinois 33 of T o the air only on 5. Us»_Bulletin-Herald Classified RESTOCKED WITH CANADIAN FISH Aqui. Gardens Has Restocked With Adult Canadian Fish For Fall & Winter Fishing (557); H. Horton, 200 (550); C. Marsh, 226; -G. Taylor, 210; P. Mabrey, 216; R. Mast, 223; R. Gillum, 204; L. Council, 201. ALL-STAR (Cooper's Bowl) Fearnow Landscape 3, Ten 1; Hartley Electric 4, Southdale Barber Shop 0; Seven 4, Odd Fellows 0; Pepsi-Cola 4 Burger Chef 0; Albea's Plumbing damood, 203; T. McLarry, 200; P. Procell (554). 1 • Pro Grid Schedule NFL Baltimore at Chicago. Green Bay at San Francisco. Los Angeles at Detroit. Philadelphia at Dallas. New York at St. Louis. Atlanta at Washington. AFL Miami at Oakland. against Ohio State Oct. 3, Cairns put the Buckeyes ahead, 3-0, in the first period with a 22-yard field goal With 210-pound fullback Paul Hudson punching through on the bulk of the advance, Ohio State had PHIL'S LEVI'S-Jeans & Casuals OPE\ EVERY SUNDAY — 9 In 1! JOE BAUMGARTNER HAIRCUTS 7 Barbers To Servt You Heuri: Wttkdayi 10 a.m. t» S p.m. Saturday* 9 a.m. te 5 p.m. ] Off Slr«.t Parkin! -NORTH END- SOUTHDALE PLAZA BARBER SHOP 115 St. Rd. 67 I. Ph. «44.?854 AUCTION Sat., Oct. 15-10:30 P.M. W. 10th St., Mathews, Ind. Machine tools — Industrial equip, and Real Eslate. Several hundred hi-speed taper shank drills up to 3"; 1000 wire baskets; 4-spindle drill press with individual motors; Milwaukee 3B horizontal mill; 16" V-Ram Bendix shaper; 16" Hamilton lathe; profile grinder; welding tables; steel work benches; 5 ton B.C. elect, hoist; *'• ton elect, hoist; 500 ft. roller conveyor; several elec. pumps; micrometers; gauges; platform scales; air compressor; large quantity nuts, bolts, washers; 42" squirrel cage blower; warehouse tractor; trucks; 2-wheel carts; steel racks; aluminum office chairs; numbering and letter sets, etc. The real estate to be offered is ap- prox. one acre with 2 bldgs. 60x150 and 30x50, rail siding. Natural gas, 3 phase power. Terms can be arranged. RALPH REED, Auctioneer Muncie, Indiana Phone 284-4651 H—Oct. 9 13"-14" RETREAD SNOW TIRES 2 STEEL WHEELS 2VALVES 39 ANY SIZE ALL (OH plus 2 Did tires off your c»r SIZES TO FIT 8 OUT OF 10 CARS ON THE ROAD TODAY. NYLON UNIROYAL Safety Air Ride !A 45 SALE* SALE* <^A^ IMI k • ^F%.kb- • Brand new. Do-it- yourself median.' ics — put in top quality plugs for ' '^inningengine. Retards oil consumption, engine vvetir. Aids smooth engine performance. Rerefined 20-30 wl. Our best oil value of the year, limil 6 qls. per customer. AC or CHAMPION For engine tune-up SPARKPLUGS 59" Fix up leaky, dangerous exhaust systems! U.S. ROYAL STANDARD MUFFLERS For Fords. Chevrolet*, Plymouth* INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT FREE. FREE EXHAUST SYSTEM CHECK Paint burning attachment, soldering tip. blowtorch head, srJarklighter complete with FAST FLUSH Cooling System Sealer Stop Leak Only steel case. 59' ZENITH CLOSE OUT ALL 1966 MODELS RADIOS-STEREO COLOR TV Now Af Special Prices Tap quality BOWLING BAG Keep your bowling ball in top condition. Handy bag protects as it carries your winner. 4 99 Safety-first item FENDER MIRROR Smart chrome mirror. Attaches easily to fender. An added safety "extra." Universal bracket. 1 59 REBUILT SPARK PLUGS TESTED- RECONDITONED GUARANTEED Set of 8 • Only 99 ANTI-FREEZE $129 ALPINE PERMANENT Lowest Price Ever PER GALLON .TIRES • BATTERIES-AUTO PARTS AND ACCESSORIES-RECREATION AND SPORTING GOODS 7th and Jackson Streets Phone 643-9712-644-4458 OPEN fRIDAY 7:30 A.M. TO g P.M. AIL OTHER DAYS 7;JO TO 6 P.M. REMEMBER ... In Anderson, U.S. Royal Sells Th» Tir.i

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