Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on September 18, 1966 · Page 25
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Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana · Page 25

Anderson, Indiana
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Sunday, September 18, 1966
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PAtlM ANMRSON SUNDAY HIRALD SUNDAY, HPTEMit* 18. Go. Tech 38 Texas A M 3 Penn State 15 Maryland 7 VMI 14 V'nova 13 Colgate 34 Boston U. 0 Nebraska 14 TCU 10 Valpo 35 Wabash 13 use 10 Texas 6 Virginia 24 (Olivet 19 Wake Forest 10 (Franklin 12 Taylor 14 Wilmington 0 Wash. 19 Idaho 7 California 21 Wash. State 6 Auburn 20 C'nooga 6 Ball State 20 Indiana, Pa. 7 Gettysburg 17 Hofstra 16 Vermont 35 Am. Int. 12 Buffalo 27 Kent. State 23 Davidson 13 Geo. Wash. 9 Second Half Fatal To Laddies As Madison Heights Turns Breaks Into Late Spurt Gives Pirates 35-7 Victory Highland's Laddies played a three touchdowns for the second whopping first half against Madison Heights last night on the ceptions and an 11-yard jaunt. Pirate gridiron. Unfortunately Two of Rector's tallies came in the game went two halves, and the second half, the Pirates blew the game wide The Pirates ground out open for a 35-7 victory in a game 420 total yards during the game which was moved from the High- but picked up their touchdowns in their usual spectacular way. land field to accommodate the l a r g e crowd about 3,000. When Ed Beeman bulldozed the final yard and booted the onds into the second quarter time this year on two pass re- game as Ron back near his estimated at The first came on a 49-yard pass play from Jack Taylor to Lonni Nichols which came 47 sec- M a d i s o n Heights' second touchdown came on the first real break in the Etchison went own goal to punt but received a bad pass from center which eventually was recovered by the Pirates on Highland's two-yard line. A Pirate penalty and a blitz by the Laddies on quarterback Jack Taylor pushed the ball back to the 16, but Taylor found Rector alone in the end zone with 1:49 to go to give extru point the Highland cheer- and on the first Madison Heigh'sJMadison HdoN^ a 14-7 leaa as ing section went wild, as they play from scrimmage in -thati the Highland band assembled have had little opportunity to frame. i neai , t( f e end zone for fte nall . do this year. It was the first Highland's only touchdown re-itime festivities. time this season that the Laddies! su ited from the longest sustained! Tf had so much as equalled an op- drive by the Laddies, with Bee-LA ponent's score. man driving over from about The rugged pace of the D . rtlv Highland's fault' rP030 f%i * j* the third! roof ud coupled with Madison Heights' depth, wore down the Laddies, ;ame,la yard away as the clock red 7:45. Beeman's kick tied the score at 7-7, giving Highland however, and gave the Pirates fans a taste of excitment which their chance to shine. Jack Rec-jlasted until near the end of the tor shined the brightest, scoring Hialf. MEN! THE DOROTHY BLEVINS SHOPPES Have a Fast Growing Shop for You! Come See The Famous CLUBMAN SPORT COAT 1)02 E. 6th Optn 10-5:30 P.M. Closed Monday Thursday Till 8:30 P.M. quarter. tercepted pass resulted in Madison Heights' three second-half touchdowns as the tiring Laddies couldn't find the handle on the ball. T h e lopsided statistical edge recorded by the Pirate was compiled almost entirely i the midfield area. Taylor's punt sent the ba deep into Highland territory early, in the t h i r d quarte whereupon Bruce Davis fumblet it away on his own 39-yard line Four plays later the ball wa on the one-yard stripe. Afte Tim Forbes was halted for n gain, Taylor pitched to Recto in the corner of the end zon with 6:46 on the clock. Rector intercepted one o rlandy Frye's passes on High .and's third play from scrim. SYLVAN1A ith brightest frue-ta-life color pictures! _ _ ,, , , Now your familyjsan enjoy color television at H's finest us Anywhere m the homa. "" Sytvania's Roll-about Color TV offers unmatched convenience and enjoyment -at a real value price. Quality and convenience-features include. ·Sylvania "color bright 85TM" rare earth phosphor Picture Tube with COLOR LOGIC for ( brilliant, frue-to-lifa color pictures. 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Phil Morgan car ried the final 9 yards as the lock read 3:29 in the thirc uarter. Highland's ill luck didn't rst bounce at the 18-yard line y a red-shirted player, sending Madison Heights off to the aces again. Rector scored his iird touchdown three plays ater as the clock read 8:22 to ut the cap on the scoring. The est of the game was a standoff s both coaches gave their re- erves some game experience. Madison Heights' extra-point pecialist Minot Cleveland had perfect night, booting five onsecutive placements. The Pirates played, without e services of regular backs ere Shockey and Rex Sheets, ho reportedly were suspended tr disciplinary reasons. Both teai..3 take to the road nis week. Madison Heights ravels to Tipton, up-and-down is year, and Highland expects etter luck against Westfield. ladison HtS. . 0 14 14 7-35 ighland 0 'THEY WENT THAT-A-WAY' - The referee seems to be showing Highland's Ron Etc/won (85) which way the ball-carrier went as everybody appears to be searching frantically for the ball. Actually official is signalling a touchdown as Ed Beeman (white uniform, lower right) bulldozes over goal line despite efforts of Pirate defenders Lonnie Nichols (85), Charles Kinsey (74), Richard Martzall (65) and Charles Hacker (51). Etchison and teammates were blocking for Laddie fallback. Touchdown occurred with 7:45 left in first half as Highland tied score, but Pirates broke game open in third quarter to win 35-7. (Herald f halo) hange in the fourth quarter second baseman, officially an- ither. A punt reception was irst downs otal yards Rained . Rushing Passing asses attempted -. completed . - . intercepted by umbles lost .- unts . cnalties 7 0 Mil . . 420 268 152 - 14 - "' _ 2 - :i V26.3 0-7 II 8 137 97 40 12 4 4/28.3 8/53 -f- Grcmdview Golfers rioid Pro-Am Today The (Jrandview Men's Golf Club will hold its monthly ro-amateur tourney today at he municipal course. Entries close at 10 a.m. and play is Richardson Retires After Being Honored NEW YORK (AP) - Bobby Richardsion, New York Yankee . . . , , - ., nounced his retirement from obbled and picked up on the baseball Saturday and was hon- ~r,t Uni.nnn nl *ki* 1D ifn\.A linn , .,, . J ^, , ored with a day at Yankee Stadium prior to his team's game with the Minnesota Twins. Richardson and his wife, Betsy, and their two sons and two daughters were presented with almost 60 gifts in the form of merchandise and vacation trips, ncluding a 1966 station wagon. Bobby also was handed thousands of dollars worth of checks or his favorite charities. Richardson, 31, Sias decided to lang up his spikes because he wants to devote more time to lis family and his youth guidance work as a leader in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Bobby also will be employed as a representative of a life insurance company in South Carolina. He was born in Sumter, S. C., and still lives there. The program opened with a dedication by a minister and closed with a hymn. Sung by George Beverly Shea of Billy Graham's choral group. Richardson's, mother was present. His father died several years ago. Richardson, a deeply religious man who does not drink, smoke or swear, believes that it was God's Will that he be a ball layer and that the time now las come for .him to help other athletes. Pros, Amateurs At Otter Creek COLUMBUS, Ind. (AP) - Otter Creek, a beautiful and demanding golf course that won :he enduring love of Indiana's op amateurs, has a one-week ·omance scheduled with the pros. The amateurs have played heir last two tournaments at Otter Creek and plan to keep coming back for the indefinite uture. The Indiana PGA, a scheduled o'clock. to s t a r t at 11 only, Monday through Friday. Ed Knych of Fort Harrison, winner the last three years, will be the men to beat. Eighty-one pros will compete in a qualifying round Monday for 63 places in match'play. PARADE OF HOMES COMING... SEPTEMBER 24TH THRU OCTOBER 2ND. USC Trips Opponent AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) -Roy Winslow's pinpoint passing shook up Texas in the first half Saturday, and ninth-ranked Southern California held off a l^nghorn comeback for a 10-6 victory in the college football opener for both teams. The intersectional battle, matching two recent national oiffnarnenT on the "move, will champions was seen by a na- woo its difficult par this year """ ional television audience. The junior quarterback, the most accurate passer iii ouutii- ern California's history, also scored the Trojan touchdown on a nine-yard sweep, diving across the end zone flag after .aking out Longhorn defenders. Tim Rossovicli, who put the i"rojans on the Scoreboard with a 23-yard field goal in the first quarter, kicked the conversion. The Longhorns scored from the USC three when sophomore quarterback Bill Bradley faked a handoff to Chris Gilbert and trotted in for the touchdown. His attempted two-point conver-, sion on a pass was intercepted. Cornhuskers Top TCU Before 60,974 LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -Nebraska's Cornhuskers throttled Texas Christian's ground game Saturday, seized a 7-0 first quarter advantage and nursed it scoring, halfback Charlie (Choo Ohoo) Winters churning seven to 14-10 intersectional football viUory before a record 60,974. Nebraska miscues permitted a second quarter TCU touchdown which tied the game momentarily at 7-7, but Nebras- a retaliated with a TD in the same period and held the invad- ng Horned Frogs thereafter to a third quarter field goal. , Fresh from a 10-1 season narred only by an Orange Bowl oss to Alabama and ranked third nationally in The Associat- jd Press preseason poll, Nebraska showed a defense thatl limited TCU. to three yards rushing in the' first half. A nine-play, 63-yard first quarter drive opened Nebraska yards with a pitchout from Bob Churchich for the touchdown. Early in the second period, a pass interference call gave TCU the ball on Nebraska's 16. A P.D. Shabay pass to David Smith converted the break into a touchdown. Taking the ensuing California Is 21-6 Victor Over Cougars SPOKANE, Wash. (UPI) -California turned a pass interception, i Washington State field goal attempt and a punt return into touchdowns Saturday to defeat the Cougars 21-6. Ted Gerela's first and second period field goals accounted for all of Washington State's scoring, kickoff.! Wayne Nebraska moved 78 yards on 16 sophomore plays, ai-.d a 10-yard Churchich conference pass to junior end Dennis Morri son put Nebrasa ahead to stay Texas Christian Nebraska 0 7 3 0--10 7 7 0 0--14 BOWLING WIC MEN'S (Murnan's East Side) Teachers Two 3, Teachers Vine 1; Pendleton Lions 2 Breakfast Exchange 2; Lions light 4, Rotary Three 0; Lions r our 4, K. of C. Fourteen 0 Sxchange Ten 4, Exchange Five ; Chief Anderson Lions 3, Kiwa tiis Six 1; Lions' Seven 4, K. of "). Eleven 0; Anderson Township Exchange 4, Opponent 0.' Honor roll: Hallett, 203; C odsey, 201; E. Gochenour, 201: .asp, 206; Craig, 210; Toombs 02; Reed, 213; Reydell, 200; ilurnan, 217 (565); Sherman, 15; H. Albea, 209; Goodwin^ 02; King, 204; J. Page, 213; lammons, 558). 212; Arnold, 200 \LL-AMERICAN SCRATCH (Cooper's Bowl) Honor roll: J. Dietzen, 205, 219 617); D. Jones, 201 (577); H. ishley, 206; A. Ohnheiser, 213; Wagner, 216; C. Pond, 237 613); M. Pinkerton, 242 (618); Tinch, 201; L. B. Tinch, 202; Smith, 233 (575); T. Smith, 16 (560)'; Curnett, 203; B. 5rown, 215 (588); H. Harper, 00, 205 (598); E. Newby, 230. AY MAINTENANCE (Cooper's Bowl) Dept. 793 2, Burger Ehef 1; hambers Real Estate 2, Dept. 91; Dept. 110 2, Dept. 1193 1; ept. 128 3,, Dept. 292 0; Sheet rletal 3, Electricians 0; Columus Avenue Bait 2, Misfits 1; ine Lake 2, Sheet Metal ept. 793 2, Midwest 1. Southern California Texas 3 7 0 0-10 0 0 0 6 -- 6 Evansville Advances BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) -- Evansville, Ind., eliminated Waterloo, Iowa, from the S;an Musial World Scries of amateur j baseball, Friday, 6-0, with Mickey Martin's two-run single the key blow. Evansville southpaw Larry Zimmer allowed only two hits. Honor roll: Sutto, 214, 216 612); Neuhaus, 214, 216 (604); uinn, 208 (589); M. Folsom ithers, 201 (551); S t a m m 150); Mitchell, 208; Seybert, 23; Cleaver, 220; Kerr, 208. .OARING 20's (Cooper's Bowl) Point standings: H b o s i e r [arket, 6; Massey's Marathon, Four, 6; Nick's Burgers, 5; E. Ambrose, 5; Clore's Gulf, 4; urger Chef, 3; Goodyear, 3; ileven, 3; Citizens Banking Co., ; Pepsi-Cola, 2; Twelve, 2. Honor roll: J. Gilbert, 202; . Douglas, 242; 0. Duffer, 208 568); M. Lewis, 224; J. Aldrich, D2; F. Schipp (567); B. Houston, 04; M. Kurtz, 237 (572); E. ritton, 205 (553); Robinson, (573); J. Stein, 204 (557); D. nnng. 203. WOMEN'S CLASSIC (Norwood Bowl) Rhodes Jewelry 2, Eight Seven 3, Kassel's 1; Owens Cleaners 4, Norwood Bowl 0; 7 Up 3, Hank's TV 1. . Honor roll: P. Alford, 201 (543); N. Frazee (500); C. Boyer, 202 (501); 0. Steavenson (507); L. Warner, 200 (518.) PIN MISSERS (Norwood Bowl White Spot 4, Beyer's Canning 0; Gil Miller's Sinclair 4, One 0; Five 4, Seven 0; Lovens Used Cars 3, Two 1. Honor roll: B. Lovens, 224, 212 (595); D. Thompson (536). ROARING 20's (Cooper's Bowl) Honor roll: M. Lewis. Iowa Bounces 31-2(1 Contest IOWA CITY, Iowa (UPD- sophomore quarterback EC Podolak ran for two touchdowns and passed for a thirc Saturday as Ray Nagel made his Iowa coac h ing debut with an impressive 31-20 Iowa victory over Arizona. The Iowa defense held Arizona scoreless until the 'ourth quarter and on offense Podolak bewildered the Wildcats with a mixture of runs and jasses mostly on rollouts, from Iowa's new split-end winged-T offense. The win ended a long dry spell for Iowa. The Hawks won only one game in 10 last year and finished last in the Big Ten with a 0-8 record. They had lost eight straight coming into today's contest, the first of the season for both clubs. Iowa started strong and scored the first time it had the ball. The Hawks rolled GO yards n seven :ouchdown plays, after The first interference was called on Arizina Co- Oaptain Woody King as he tried ,o break up a long pass from 'odolak to right halfback Barry ~rees. Iowa got the ball, on the one- yard line and Podolak plunged over on the next play. Arizona missed a 51-yard ield goal attempt in the second quarter and three plays later owa's explosive offense under Podolak chewed up 80 yards and notched the Hawks'second ouchdown. Podolak pitched a 35-yard ass to end Gary Larsen, ran or eight yards and then uncorked a 37-yard touchdown lass to right ha'.f Crees. Arizona's potent aerial attack didn't begin to click until late n the game despite a stellar erformance by quarterback Hark Reed. He hit on 23 of 37 rasses for 211 yards and two ouchdowns. When Iowa's s e c o n d a r y Stewart, a 6-foot-7 halfback tied a record with three pass interceptions for California--one good for a touchdown as he grabbed the ball on his own 29 and ran down the sideline untouched by t h a ' startled Cougars. Senior back Don Guest caught Gerla's low field goal attempt, eight yards behind tha goal line and ran down the center of the field for the Bear's second score. He was pursued by Rich Sheron and; Gerela. Little Jerry Bradley, oetter known as an expert pass receiver, returned a punt for 73 yards and the final score on tha first play of the fourth period. Washington State, led by untried quarterback Mike Cadd- gan, dominated the first half despite California's 7-6 scoring lead. The Cougars gaiined 160 yards while holding Cal to 38. The second half was a different story. Sophomore haJf- jack Rick Bennett, stopped time after time in the first ]alf, and senior quarterback Dan Berry, gained on almost every ground play they tried. Berry gained 30 yards on ona run only to have half cf it nullified by a clipping penalty. WSU scored first getting the jail when Berry .fumbled a landoff on the second play of :he game. Senior tackle Bill Kennedy recovered for tas Cougars on the Bear 17. Three olays later Gerela, who does lis kicking soccer-style, put a 34-yard boot between the posts. After Cal had countered with Stewart's touchdown, WSU got he ball again on (he Oa! 34 when the Bears were forced to punt. Sophomore quarterback Jerry Henderson lost two, gained six and then banded the ball to Jercla who then ran the ball 14 yards into field goal position on he 16. His kick went 33 yards. WSU showed a total offensive drive of 276 to 142 for Cal, with he Bears getting all their yardage on the ground. wasn't Reed's batting passes, down one of the line was warming through to break up the play. Hawkeye linebacker Dan Hilsabeck got in on a Lion's share of the tackles. Iowa rolled up 167 yards rushing to 70 for Arizona, but the Wildcats had a 221-127 yard edge on passing. Arizona's total yardage was 291 to Iowa's 254. The Wildcats made most of their yardage in the final quarter, Podolak completed four of 10 passes for 94 yards and gained another 42 yards rus h ing. 203 (553): H. Stoker, 200. 204 (595); C. Richards, 207; F. Schipp, 219; J. Stein. 212; D. Linville, 214; J. 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