Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on October 9, 1966 · Page 24
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Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana · Page 24

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* A8tM ANDCRSON SUNDAY HIRALD SUNDAY, OCTOiBt ». I9M Daleville Captures Fifth Straight Delaware County Cross-Country Title Slick Spurrier Brings Florida To 22-19 Win TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI) from behind in the fourth extra points for a 22-19 triumph'?,"" 1 „"T" 1 — Slick Stevs Spurrier, who period Saturday with a 41-yard over arch-rival Florida State. .uary raaget ^ already had passed for twolrouchdown pass to Larry Smith Until Spurrier came up with The. state Seminoles led 19-14 : State's 41. d Gators lliant field of Florida arterback, i led 19-14 he fourth period. But with about 10 minutes left the Galon got the ball on downs it their own 39, and Spurrier passed to end Paul Ewaldsen who went to State's 41. Spurrier then threw to Smith for the icore. Another pus went to Richard 'frapp (or two more points to clinch the game. The Gators scored first, Spurrier's passing and Smith's running pushed Florida to the Seminoles' 11 and Spurrier hit Trapp for the icore. Wayne BarfieW kicked the extra poiat. The Seminoles came back to score after getting the ball on the kickoff. Padgett ran and threw the Seminoles to Florida's one where fullback Jim Mankins crashed through left tackle to score. Pet* Roberts lacked. Roberts booted the 27 yard field goal midway in the second period to put the Seminoles ahead briefly in 10-7. We ought to know. We see more tires than anybody. And a lot of them are so called "bargain"tires. We know them well. We find cracks in the sidewalls, separated tread, ruptured casings, and blowouts. And it's because of this experience, and concern for our customers, that we sell the Amoco* 120 Super Tire and Atlas Plycron ("The Round Tire"). We're proud of these tires because we know how they've been made-and the tests they've been through. And because we'd like to see quality tires on your car, we're participating in a "Trade-Up-To-Quality" Campaign. We'll make it well worth your while to drive in for a free tire check And if you need new tires you can get them with no money down and up to a year to pay. Plus a top trade-in. After a\\,You expect more from Standard, and you get ft/* SJ.3 8bl ROBERT S COLE Use your &«dft Card or ask about instant Credit - IM* MffHl MMMH f< Mta fw IT'S "TRADE-UP-TO-QUALITY" MONTH AT THESE STANDARD OIL DEALERS SONNY PRICE Mtadowbrook Standard 31th * Mo)« 444.9110 ORBIt MANNINO Edgcwaed ftaitdard 2S11 Nldiel M4-9M2 RAY WANS Evani' Standard 109 By-PaM 1 I Oth St. 444-9679 STANDARD SERVICE Sf. Rd. 67 A 1-69 DalcvllU 378-0391 JIM SPEARS SpMiV Broadway Standard Broadway ft Orand 444.90M MAX VETO* Vtter* 1 Standard 29th * Pmdfeton AVI. 444-9481 JERRY HOUOWAY Jtrry'i Standard Mottiwn t Nlcho< 444-9601 Addingfon, Stevenson Finish 1-2 MUNCIE - Daleville's Broncos ran away with the Delaware County cros^ S atn H<?i eet here Sa<urd *y for ta«ir fifth consecutive county BARGAIN v' which y o Yorktown in i960 and to Saton in 1961, captured four of he top six places in the event for 24 points. The closest fin- sher was Eaton with 51, with Albany a distant third with 85 points. Yorktown and Wes Del tied with 141 points, the Tigers being awarded fourth place on the basis of the higher finish by their sixth man. Other team totab fadried Royerton 163, Salma M8, DeSoto 193, Cowan 244 tod Center 275. Dalevffle's Hon Addington was the individual champion in 10:10.6, with teammate Dick Stevenson second in 10:14. Gary Bullock was fourth, Phil Howell sixth and Steve Davis lltti. All were under 11 minutes. Romding out DaievWe's team finisher* weri Jeff Richman, 19th, and Charles Pugsley, 29th. Coach Duaoa Osbom calls Ms year's squad tb* strongest in Daleville history, which includes teams paced by the outstanding RandaS Dasher in 1958 and 1959 and the great Save Howell in 1963 and 1964. The squad would have been even stronger this year but for he loss by injury of Duane luffman and Frank Bullock, 1-2 finishers in last year's county meet as sophomores. A possibility exists that Huffman may be ready to run by sectional time, which could make Dalevffle a genuine contender for sectional honors at Anderson Oct. 21. Summary: nalerille Z«. Eaton 51 Albany S5. yorktown 141 Wes-Dcl 141, Royerton 163 Selmi 16«. DcSoto 193 Cowan 244. Center 275 1. Addinpton (D): 2. Stevenson (D): 3. Hall (A); 4. Bullock (D); 5. Lewman (E): 6. Howell (D); 7. Rogers (E); 8, Cooper (E): 9, Loser (E): 10. Himes (Des): 11, Davis (D); 12, Marker (S); 13, Cronin (Co): 14. Berry (R); 15, Brown (W); 16. Craig (A)! 17, Price (S): 18. S. Hafi (A); 19, Richman (D): 20, Dunmeyer (A). Time 10:10.6. 1 Unsung Players Lead Wildcats To First Win CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) Led by two unsung players, quarterback Bill Melzer and end Roger Murphy, Northwestern won its first football game of the season, defeating Oregon State Saturday 14-6. Melzer, a 20-year-old junior starting his first college game, completed 14 of 25 passes for 198 yards. His favorite target was Murphy, a senior who didn't }lay in high school and who didn't turn out at Northwestern unti his junior year. Murphy caught nine passes for 149 yards. The Murphy-Meter combination received outstanding assistance from the entire Northwestern defensive unit, which held Oregon State to only 11 Hrst downs, and from halfback Woody Campbell, who gave the Wildcats needed yardage at several crucial points. Earldom Deadlocks Elmhurst, 14 To 14 RICHMOND, Ind. <UPI) — saac Flanagan ran for one ouchdOKTi and passed for another Saturday to give Earlham a 14-14 intersectional football tie with Elmhurst. Flanagan scored the first Sarlham touchdown on a 5-yard run and he passed 1 yard to Alex Trayer to climax a 55- yard drive for the tying score. Sam Hqgenhauer booted both extra points. Eunhurst scored on a 10-yard run by Tom G-ardner and a 5- yard pass from Skip knapp to John Lundquist. George Dean kicked both extra points. 'SPORTSMAN'S' DIGESTS DECOY REPAIRS IF WOODEN OR BALSA uecovj ARE ACCIDEHTLY SHOT, OB AS PAItfr .CHIP3 DURING WE SEASON, DONT DELAY REPAIRS UNTIL SEASONS END—WATER ANP MORE OHIPPINa DOUBLM THE DAMASE. AFTER USASB, ter BECOY* PIV COMPLETELY--AWAY FROVt PlfKCr HEAT OR SONSHINE. THEM FILL SHOT HOLES WITH HOOD PUTT); DRV ONE CAY. TOUCH UP CHIPPK> PWNT WITH ARTIST'S OIL miNTS, MIXING TALCUWPO1Y 1 OCR {bR LAVf BLACK IP NEEDftD FOR IJWK9) WITH PAINT fOR A

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