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MUNCIE STAR, SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1952 C 3 Badgers Roll Over Rice, 21-7, in Ragged Encounter Full Exhibition of Fumbles and Penalties Houston (2P Young Jim Halu-ska scored one touchdown and passed for two more Saturday as Wisconsin shrugged off torrid Texas heat and Rice Institute. 21-7. It was a full exhibition of fum bling, penalty ridden football that an estimated 36,000 persons sat in 8 degree weather to watch. They saw Wisconsin dominate the game even more than the score board showed. me Badgers ground out 224 yards rushing and kicked up 139 more in tne air while holding Rice to a puny 75 on the ground and sz in tne airv Wisconsin's power finally paid off in the second period with two touchdowns, Haluska getting the first on a two-yard drive over the center and pitching 42 yards to Gerald Witt for the second. His 20 yard heave to Bill Hutchinson in the third netted the third Badger tally. . Paul Shwaiko booted three extra points for the Badgers. Rice, held to 26 plays in the first half, flashed something that resembled an offense just once and went 48 yards for a touchdown early in the final period. David Johnson, whose prodigious punting saved Rice's hide on more than one occasion, accounted for 32 yards, including the final one. Leroy Fenstemaker kicked the extra point. It was Rice's butter-fingered backs who were Wisconsin's biggest asset on the first two scores. Ameche, who hurled his 205 pounds through Rice's line like a baby tank, gained 116 yards to top Wisconsin ball carriers. Wisconsin 0 14 7 0 ai Rlc i 0 0 0 77 Wisconsin scoring: Touchdowns. Ha luska, Witt. Hutchinson. Conversions, Shwaiko 3. Rice scoring: Touchdowns. D. Johnson. Conversion. Fenstamaker. L. R. Hiatt Says: Sensible Duck-Hunting Regulations Needed Hitting the Target Spoil Little Giants Record of Hanover Crawfordsville, Ind. (JP) Wabash College spoiled the last unbeaten football record in Indiana Saturday by slapping Hanover with nine touchdowns and eight extra points in a 62-20 rout. The Little Giants let 42 of their players get into the act, and seven of them scored touchdowns. Halfback Mike Gillis picked up three of the six-pointers, and Tackle Bob Schwab booted all the extra points. Hanover, which had won five straight games after a season opener tie with Ball State, scored early in the first quarter and twice again at the start of the second half. But these were just momentary lulls in the Wabash scoring procession, as the Little Giants collected their third victory in seven tries. Hanover 7 0 13 0 20 Wabash 21 14 7 2062 Hanover scoring: Touchdowns, Kllngen-smith. Cast en, Klaybor. Conversions, Dwenger 3. ' Wabash scoring: Touchdowns, Hankln-gon, Gillis 3, Johnson, Huntsman, Passo-dells. Pavllkowskie, Bell. Conversions. v Schwab 8. m Tr i.","J .,"!'. I ...J!"1"!' .,1 need transportation to the polls? 'call your qovj car DELAWARE COUNTY AUTOMOBILE DEALERS AX " TVs V &c&lMal! 4 JsSS URMat.,'feg. i inn. mi iimrnw i mmm n 1 1 miii !' Tni. YM Junior Sunday School Cage Loop Opening games in the YMCA Junior Sunday School Basketball League will be played Monday eve-nine with five contests scheduled. Eleven teams are competing this season with games to be held each Monday night at Blaine and Cen tral Hieh School gymnasiums. An elimination tournament .will be held at the close of the regular schedule. The schedule for Monday. At Central High Street vs. Muncle Brethren, 6:10 p.m. At Blaine Main Street vs. Riverside o:io P.m.; wniteiey vs. rouniam equare, i:uu p.m.; Center Chapel vs. Avonaaie, e:uu p.m.; walnut street vs. wumore memorial, 9:00 p.m. Madison street team araws a Dye ior ine first evening of play. Home-Coming Win for Ravens, 14-0 Anderson, Ind. (JP) Anderson College scored in the third and again in the fourth quarter Saturday for a 14-0 home-coming football victory over Defiance. Wayne Sullivan caught a pass from Elbert Jones on the 12-yard line and scooted across for the first touchdown. Ron Patty circled left end from seven yards out for the final Anderson six-pointer. Jones converted from placement after both touchdowns. The Ohio squad drove to the An derson two-yard line in the seebnd auarter but couldn't push across in the four tries. Defiance .". 0 0 0 00 Anderson 0 0 7 714 Anderson scoring: Touchdowns Sullivan, Patty. Conversions Jones 2. A huge Canada goose is bagged by Frank Floyd. K.K. 2, Muncie, while hunting in lower Michigan. The goose, a prize bag, was brought down with a .410 gauge shotgun. TTOOSIER DUCK HUNTERS could have much better hunting on M-M- Indiana lakes and marshes if a few common sense regulations were in force by the state and some of the better ponds set aside as refuges. That is the opinion of a former VS. Fish and Wildlife refuge manager and enforcement officer, and a graduate of the University of Minnesota in game manage-; ment. The fellow is a duck hunter also, and has hunted in some of the hot spots over the country. It is the opinion of this department that he is fully - qualified to point out exactly what is wrong with I Indiana duck hunting. And it isn't because we don't have a flight crossing Indiana. "The Hoosier hunters are driving their ducks out of the marshes and off the lakes by being permitted to hunt the open water. No duck regardless of how much feed is around will stay on a lake if some one is pushing a boat out after him every five minutes. They will stick around as lone as the water is open if they are not harassed. .Only shore blinds should be permitted in Indiana and the chasing of ducks and coot with a boat should be stopped if Hoosiers want better duck hunting. Such regula Muncie man reports excellent hunting on both duck and ringnecks. While many have put away their fishing tackle until next year, Harvey (Pat) Miller and his wife have not. Over last week end they took nine large-mouth bass from Lake Manitou, six of them went 21 inches long, the other three measured 18. They were taken on red and white Runts. tions are enforced where good duck hunting is found. "This lake, speaking of Lake Manitou, is a duck natural. Feed is abundant in it everywhere, for both the puddle ducks and the divers. And it would hold a large portion of the flight ducks if they were not driven off by hunters who chase them with boats. As it is a large flight can come of a night and early the next morning two or three boats will push down on them and scare them clear to the Ohio River and no one does any good. If they were unmolested in the open water they would move around and the duck hunters would enjoy good shooting. Open water shooting should be outlawed in Indiana. "If the state would set aside the big marsh on this lake, end the two mill ponds above it as a refuge where wild ducks could find a safe place they would stay around, and everyone would benefit. Wild ducks learn fast, and in a short time Lake Manitou would offer excellent duck hunting all through the season. The same goes for other Indi ana lakes. , "Nothing drives ducks out any quicker than late evening and night shooting. Of course, these are federal violations and in the few places where they are practiced, legal duck hunting hits a low." Those were the words as spoken by the former U.S. Fish and Wildlife refuge manager. It was a pleasure to share a duck blind with the fellow. It is so seldom that a genuine duck hunter, FOR CHRISTMAS AT WEAKLY BOATS & MOTORS it 1953 JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTOR. To insure Christmas or spring delivery buy now on our convenient lay-a-way plan or terms with as little as $30.00 down and 12 monthly payments. A CAR TOP BOAT Penn Yan Aluma Craft Thompson. Only 67 to 90 lbs. Priced as low as $179.00. Terms to suit. BOAT TRAILERS CAR TOP V BOAT SEATS AND CUSHIONS STANDS . FISHING TACKtE RACKS MOTOR LIFE PRESERVERS BOAT ACCESSORIES LIGHTS STEERING WHEELS THROTTLES SPEED-O-METER OARS AND PADDLES MOTOR AND BOAT COVERS Make Your Selection Now White Stocks are Ample. Open 9:00 A. M.-6:30 P. M. Week Days WEARLY BOATS & MOTORS Road 32 West, Next to Drive-In Theatre Phone 3-5040 W. Road 32 West, Next to Drive-In Theatre -rt ft ' Phone 3-5040 3 Favored Nebraska 10-6 Loser to Missouri Squad Lincoln, Neb. (UJ5 The Missouri Tigers, sparked by will-o-the-wisp halfback Jim Hook, dumped favoreo. Nebraska 10-6 before 39,000 here Saturday to keep their Big Seven record clear. The game saw Nebraska star halfback Bob Reynolds return to action but the Tigers were not awed. They effectively bottled the Cornhusker attack. The Huskers had clear shots from inside the 20-yard line five times and couldn't make good on one of them as their vaunted run ning game collapsed completely. Cash in on Gamble Missouri succeeded on a gamble in the third quarter for its import ant score which came on a 25-yard scamper by Ed Merrifield. They then added a 12-yard field goal by Paul Fuchs in the fourth and weren't in serious trouble when Nebraska scored in the closing minutes. The visitors broke the scoreless deadlock when Bill Fessler kicked on first down after one of Ne braska's thrusts failed. The Huskers took over on their 31, but on the first play fuUbacx Ray Novak juggled a bad pitchout from quarterback John Boddogna and Merrifield picked it off in the air to score standing up. Fuchs converted. Missouri came back in the fourth to march 68 yards to Nebraska's 12 where Fuchs kicked his field goal. A desperate Cornhusker eleven, only a shadow of the club that tied Colorado last week, took to the air and scored with less than a minute left on a 64-yard pass from Bordogna to end Andy Loehr. Reynolds missed the conversion. Nebraska s Bill Thayer turned :n the game's longest run, a 65-yard jaunt on the second half kickoff, but the Huskers couldn't follow throurh.' Score by periods: Nebraska 0 0 0 66 Missouri . 0 0 7 3 10 Touchdowns: Nebraska Loehr. Missouri Merrifield. Points after touchdown: Missouri Fuchs. Field goal: Missouri Fuchs. Marquette 7'to-O Victim of Holy Cross Milwaukee (JP) A last-quarter fumble, recovered 12 inches from the goal, set up the lone touchdown Saturday as Holy Cross huffed and puffed to a 7-0 victory dver Marquette in an intersec-tional football game. A crowd of 20,050, largest at Hilltop Stadium in nine years, groaned as Marquette fullback Tony Winkler lost the ball on the first play after Marquette had stopped a 92-yard Crusader drive on the one. End Owen Googan fell on the pigskin for Holy Cross and on the next play Lou Hettinger crashed tver left guard for the touchdown. Tony Parisi converted. Both teams threatened repeat edly all afternoon, Marquette driv ing inside the Holy Cross 10 four times and the Crusaders marching beyond the 15 three. Rugged defenses stopped all the threats until the Easterners cashed in on their break with 3:23 left on the clock. Yale Defeats Dartmouth to Lead Ivy Loop New Haven, Conn. (JP) A resourceful Yale football team moved to the top of the Ivy football league Saturday by trouncing: rough Dartmouth 21-7 as Ed Wood-sum, brilliant end, tied the Blues' all-time scoring record. Trailing early in the second period, Yale rallied to win impressively. A Yale Bowl crowd of 40,000, many in shirtsleeves under the hot sun, saw the Elis move through the air, along the ground and return a punt for its touchdowns. The Indians registered on a pass. Tigers Practice on Brown, 39 to 0 Princeton, N. J. (JP) Princeton, threw everybody but its tiger-suited mascot into action while manhandling outclassed Brown today, 39-0, coasting home free after a four-touchdown binge in the first period. Coach- Charlie Caldwell used his entire 50-man squad as he experimented with subs for his big three tests ahead. Conservation Meeting The Monroe Township Conserva tion Club will meet at the Cowan school at 7:30 p.m. Monday. An Evinrude picture will be shown after the business meeting. - The public is invited. (OBEDIENCE TRAINING) SUNDAY, NOV. 2 MUNCIE ARMORY Presented by MUNCIE OBEDIENCE TRAINING CLUB, INC. 1 1 :00 A.M.-7:00 P.M. Adults 60c Children 30c Tax Included SPECIAL! Utility 2x4's 7c Lineal Ft. Sheathing Lumber 11c a Sq. Ft. Insulated Sheathing 7 Vic a Sq. Ft. Roofing Shingles $6.50 Per Sq. Plaster Board $1.75 Per Sheet Ceiling Tile 11c a Sq. Ft. DELAWARE COUNTY LUMBER CO. 723 S. Council St. Phone 7766. one whose blood is thick with duckitis is found in this part of Indiana. They are so few. Only one other hunter that I have shot with could identify far away fowl in flight. He enjoyed the day out of doors as much as he did the shoot ing we were granted. When.but-terballs came to our decoys he said, Vanguards of the big flights." When we handled the brace of the little colorful drakes that fell he remarked, "Too pretty to shoot, we'll take no more." A wise old lady mallard came in wide and he started talking to her without the am or a can. ane answered ms natural throat quack and came in fast over the clocks, and put on speed after we both blew the air full of holes. "Were shooting blanks," he laughed. As we were picking up the decoys after collecting our ducks, three pintails flew high over us and in the distance and high, a large bunch of fowl were heading east. "Marsh bluebills, hope they stick around until you get back," he said. Through the years that I have been hunting Lake Manitou I have seen many northern flights driven off the lake by optimistic hunters who tried to push boats down on them. Many times I have seen hunters speed a motor boat through a blanket of resting fowl scaring them out of the state. Sure the real duck hunters protested such ethics but nothing ha9 ever been done about it. And It's about time because Indiana duck hunters aren't getting their share of the flight ducks on account of the boat jumpers who seldom get anything except a lot of long-range shooting. Although local ducks have been scattered and only a few flight ducks have come through the fellows who ha.ve worked are col lecting a few. It's a test of patience. A duck hunter's quality is exposed early in the season. Too many who fail to see large flocks of ducks flying are eager to complain there are no duck, and are ready to go home. Any specie of wild duck can cover 60 long miles in an hour and can swoop in on a guy's decoys unexpected. They seem to come from nowhere, and the hunter who waits is rewarded. It's a great game. Ned and Bud Sutton, local barbers, collected four mallard the other afternoon in" a pond near Muncie. Frank Floyd, R.R. 2. Muncie. who enjoyed a week of duck and pheasant hunting in Michigan re cently had quite an experience. He bagged a Canada goose and the bird bagged hi3 Springer. Floyd was hunting near Baw Deese Lake in Hillsdale County just across the Indiana line. Early each morning hew would take the Springer and go out after duck and later during the day he would cut his pointer loose and hunt the Chinks. In all of this shooting Floyd used a .410 gauge pump gun. , Well, sir, one morning the Mun cie nunter ran smack dab into the big goose and he downed him with a charge of number fives and the Springer dashed in for the re trieve but the goose wasn't done for. Letting out a volley of hisses the honker grabbed one of the Springer's silky ears and started to run. The goose was almost as large as the dog and it was an even match. Had Floyd not intervened it's no telling where that goose jiitimiiiji.jmjiwijiii!iuwk n 5 . igrJ w V 5- IV- ' -3S- fe. a it , - J ft if' 17 'r ft 4" i 1 3? "Tiki Oft The order is, "Forward march" and off they go, feet sucking against the Korean mud, every bone crying, "I'm tired!" The order is flop and eat and they flop and try to eat, no matter how little they like the food. The order is, "Take hill number 63 ! "-and they fight forward, not ready for death, but expecting it with every splatter of bullets. Then, in the quiet moments, one soldier will turn to another and half grin and say, "You never had it so good." A joke a classic Army joke but these days it has a real bitter note to it. Because at the same time everyone is wondering and saying: "Did it have to come to this?" "Couldn't the shooting have been stopped before it began?' "Wliafs the matter with our foreign policy?" "Why didn't the Administration see this coming?" "Must we keep paying for their mistakes?" "what? We've never had it so good?A cOMB INTO MY FOXHOLE AND SAY THAT!' All right the damage is done and we ali know what has been badly. begun, mast' be well ended. but shall we forget or forgive (those who blundered? Will you? Do you dare? Will you trust America's future foreign policy to those responsible for Korea? Is this official fumbling what you want for America? You know it isn't! Not if you value the lives of your sons. Not if you value your own life and welfare and that of your family. iVo if you value the peace and prosperity of America. No you will want to clean house. You will want to sweep out of power and into the ash can the Administration that "brought your country to this, 'ibu will runt not walk, to "the polls. You will vote eagerly, glad that you can make a change. You will Wits rv. n v. n 0 and a STRAIGHT REPUBLICAN TICKET Pull Lever on First Roto Paid Political Advertisement." Delaware County Republican Committee; Sidney E. McClellan, County Chairman; Albert G. Martin, Treasurer. might have taken the dog. Thej

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