The Jacksonville Daily Journal from Jacksonville, Illinois on December 10, 1971 · Page 19
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Jacksonville, Illinois
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journal % COURIER Dolphin Stars Hurt For Showdown Tilt Jacksonville Journal, Jacksonville, III., Dec. 10, 1971 17 JHS, Routt Tackle Undefeated Outfits Bonds Out For Jacks' Loop Tests BALTIMORE (AP) — Three offensive stars of the Miami Dolphins are ailing, but the Baltimore Colts won’t be duped into a sense of false security. They’ve heard that before. Quarterback Bob Griese, running back Larry Csonka and wide receiver Paul Warfield are still expected to play in Saturday’s nationally televised (NBC) 4 p.m. EST game, which will decide first place in the American Football Conference East. Csonka and Warfield played while hurt three weeks ago and made valuable fourth quarter contributions as the Dolphins edged the Colts 17-14 on Garo Yepremian’s 20-yard field goal with 6:50 remaining. That gave the Dolphins a lVz- game advantage, but they were upset 34-13 by the New England Patriots last week to give Baltimore’s defending Super Bowl champs another shot at the division lead. The loss of Griese, however, could seriously affect Miami despite the presence of Csonka and his running mate, Jim Kiick. Griese, the National Football League’s leading passer with 115 completions, 1,816 yards and 19 touchdown passes, had his injured left shoulder in a harness early this week and didn’t practice until Wednesday. The Miami quarterback was injured in a game against the Chicago Bears and tried just 12 passes against New England as he shared duties with George Mira after the shoulder was jarred again. Csonka, who aches in the shoulder, ankle, knee, hip and groin, gained 71 of 93 yards against Baltimore in the fourth quarter last time to help run out the clock. Warfield’s only reception also helped the Dolphins maintain ball control. The Colts have one doubtful starter, offensive tackle Dan Sullivan, who suffered a torn calf muscle last week. Linebacker Mike Curtis of the Colts thinks Baltimore can win if the offense generates more punch than last time. “We simply have to score some points,” Curtis said. “I think the defense has been playing well enough so that we’re confident we can hold the Dolphins down. We’ve just got to get up on the board.” The Colts pace the NFL by allowing opponents just 116 points in 12 games, and have a chance to beat the league record of 143 set last season by Minnesota. Since losing to Miami, the Colts have scored 61 points in beating Oakland and Buffalo as veteran quarterback Johnny Unitas settled into gear after starting his first game against the Dolphins. Last week, he tossed his first TD pass of the year, and the 28lst of a 16-year career. Ashland Top Rated Club At Waverly CITY'S BEST: The Self-Service Drug team is the City Association Tournament champion this year with the recent completion of the city tourney. The team rolled a 3090 series for the top spot. John Hymes was the all-events champion with a 1853 count, while Frank Baptist took the singles with a 675 series and Dole Wilcox and Charlie Marr teamed up for the doubles crown with a 1302 total. Pictured, l-r, are Darrell Strubbe, Chester Reum, Lloyd Byers, sponsor Merle Fitzsimmons, Everett Birdsell and Sterling Elliott of the Self-Service team and Hymes. itol Conference schedule with | showdown with Springfield a weekend doubleheader, while Southeast, also 5-0, before en- Routt entertains unbeaten Rush-1 tering the JHS Bowl Saturday ville and ISD visits Triopia, evening. The Chargers have both Saturday evening. beaten Paxton 88-60. Warren The Crimsons will be missing Township 90-51, Peoria Wood- I their second regular off last ruff 78-70, Normal Community season’s squad with three-year 75-67 in overtime and Charleston I starter Jim Bonds sidelined for! 80-61. both outings this week. Bonds,) Centennial starts 6-1 junior the JHS ballhandler, suffered j U. S. Davidson and 5-11 junior a knee bruise in last Satur- Don Harvey at forwards, 6-1 ~ j it'L. ~ day’s 74-57 victory over Alton senior Garv Ixjvingfoss at cen- and Routt Hig ac e u -! an(j jias j)een tafcjng treatment ter and 5-7 senior Tony Davis By BUFORD GREEN Sports Editor Jacksonville High school Big Ten Rescinds No-Repeat Clause weekend sweep last Friday and Saturday, begin a 14-game Cap- (lallioun, Ferrv j their annual business meeting Thursday. The stormy Hayes may have been reprimanoci for his scene at the game, which was captured by TV cameras and witnessed in person by Duke. Hayes boiled over when Michigan safety Tom Daren in- Takes No Action On OSU Coach CHICAGO (AP) — The Big|lercepted Tpass'"intended" for made lhe trip the year sented the Pacific Coast. A majority vote on an institutional level was needed to rescind the rule. Pressure to rescind peaked in 1969, when Ohio State appeared headed for the Big Ten title undefeated and ranked No. 1 nationally, but was in eligible to return to Pasadena Ten rescinded its no-repeat state sPl»t *nd Dick, R . R. T . ff Pn.. R_„.i ThnrsHnv hut Wakefield at the WTolverine 31-!. , . »?• T g [ ! Rose Bowl rule Thursday, bu ,jne jn ^ r c,osj look when MichiRan upset the buried another controversial minute Buckeyes Sports Menu Dec. 1« Jacksonville High at MacArthur Illinois College at St. Louis Tournament 7.00—Concordia Senior vs Principia 9:00—IC vs Concordia Seminary Lewis College at MacMurray North Greene at Greenfield Jerseyville at Highland Beardstown at Triopia Havana at Mason City Carrollton at W'inchester Unity at Rushville Waverly at Northwestern Brown County at Hamilton Pleasant Plains at Ashland Louisiana, Mo., at Pittsfield Morrisonville at Franklin Southwestern at Alton Marquette New Berlin at Glenwood Tournament Final* Dec. 11 Champaign Centennial at Jacksonville High Hush ville at Ruutt ISD at Triopia MacMurray at DePauw University Illinois College at St. Louis Tournament Havana at Macomb Pittsfield at Springfield Griffin WAVERLY - Undefeated Ashland and once-beaten Pleasant Plains have drawn the one- top ratings for the Waverly Holiday Tournament Dec. 2730, with the participating coaches seeding the teams Wednesday evening. Ashland, 4-0, was followed in the ratings by Pleasant Plains (4-1 with the lone loss 80-78 in overtime to Ashland), Stonington (4-0), Mason City (3-1), Athens (1-4), Routt (2-2), Auburn (2-1), Virden (1-1), Franklin (3-2), New Berlin (13), Northwestern (1-2), Kincaid (1-4), Girard (0-3), Pawnee (01), Edinburg (1-4) and Waverly ( 04 ). Eight games will be held the first two days of the double­ elimination tournament. First-day pairings have Ashland meeting Franklin at 9 am., Athens taking on Girard at 10:30, Stonington meeting Northwestern at 1:00, Auburn testing Edinburg at 2:30, Pleasant Plains facing New Berlin at 4:00, Routt taking on Pawnee at 6:30, Mason City vs Kincaid at 8:00 and Virden vs Waverly at 9:30. minutes uuvncjco in the reason finale, item-volatile Woody Hayes-. Hayes finishinR his 2ifit sea-1 “ch^ikin thC K°S6 n°Wl 88 under a blanket of no comment, son as the Buckeye’s coach, ___________ A Big Ten source said that thought there was interference.; action on the outburst of Hayes,¡^e sia^ec^ ^ie field and „ . , ¡was assessed two 15-yard msi- Ohio State football coach, dur- conduct ppnaUie3 by rcferee ing the season’s final game, jcrrv Markbreit. which Michigan won 10-7 at Hayes was dragged away by Ann Arbor, is “something we assistant coaches and players, would keep within the confer-j!>roke a ,down marker over his TU.pp \A/inC , „ , knee and ripped the trappings lillww f f III j ence family.” 1 of the chains. Wayne Duke, the new Big ‘it was the worst called plav CHAMPAIGN - The Universal "point. to pace a ‘halanrod Ten Commissioner, said “abso- in the history of college foot- lutely no comment” when ball,” Hayes maintained, asked if any disciplinary action! Duke said the incident is was taken against the dean of being treated as an internal ini Hit Road After defeated squads and Illinois this week. Bonds is expected School for the Deaf goes to begin practice next Monday, against always - strong Tri- Replacing Bonds in the start- opia in Q tough schedule wi"hbe 51 ‘ 3 Cliff Rimfcey, who was a stand- for local high school bas-|0U( coming off the bench in ketball squads this week-' both games last week, scoring encj 20 points and leading a ball­ on me n • _ • hawking defense that turned the j The JHS Crimsons, impres. (jd . ^ „ Isive in their season-opening . . «.. . , Joining Rimbey at guard will be 6-0 senior Ed Aring at guard, 6-4 senior David Pack at center and 6-2 senior Inland Wilson and 6-1 senior Tim Olson at forwards. Wilson m a IXJ* !t,ad 34 points, Olson 26, Bonds I ake Lonso W 1V1S 15 Pack 14 and Aring 18 in the first weekend. (■I l^iI* o 1*11 i* XT’ “Both MacArthur (Friday’s 111 1 IlxC- llflll III > ¡opponent at Decatur) and Centennial (here Saturday) are PLEASANT HILL — Cal- about the same as they were houn came from behind and last year,” says .THS coach Perry led all the way to notch Frank Ixrng. “MacArthur is a consolation bracket victories deliberate club and Centennial Thursday evening in the Pike has a lot of speed. This is the County Tournament. i start of our conference sched- Calhoun came from a 12-point ule and an important weekend halftime deficit to edge Brus-' for us. sels 59-52. Phil Devening and “The loss of Bonds will hurt Kevin Roth led the second half as he is our leader on the floor charge, ending up with 27 and We will just have to overcome 17 points, respectively. The vie- his loss and 1 think we can. We tory evened Calhoun’s record1 are glad to be able to go to our at 2-2. j bench in cases like this. I was Perry reversed an earlier 73- quite pleased with our overall 71 loss to East Pike with a 72- play last week. All our players took the floor with confidence and played with hustle and determination and it was satisfying to beat a physical team like Alton.” MacArthur has an 0-3 mark i 62 spread over the Panthers Thursday. The Pioneers, now 1-4, led 19-15 and 37-29 at the jlhe first two stops for the victory. John Mountain poured in ¡ty of Illinois, undefeated in scoring attack. Danny Bess top-ion the year, losing to Decatur ihtto outings, ti avels^ to NeW;ped East Pike, 1-5, with 17 Eisenhower and Clinton, 46-40, and forfeiting to Mt. Zion after conference lootball coaches. | matter. Officiating was aired at It was learned however, that ¡the Big Ten meetings as it al- Hayes’ emotional episode was ways is without comment, discussed not only by athletic Revocation of the no-repeat j of South Orleans this weekend for a pair points. of road tests Bgainst Tulane Three games are on tap this beating that club. Aaron Sund Lniyersity (2-0) and Loyola of evening perry faces Calhoun erland, a 5-10 junior, was found Orleans (2-1). for thp consoiayon title at 6:00, to be a tuition student and the After defeating the University! Griggs ville meets Pleasant Hill •n for third spot at 7:30 and West and 5-10 senior Steve Ward at guards. Lovingfoss’ 19.0 average paces the club, with Ward at 14.4, Harvey 13.0, Davidson 13.0 and Davis 11.4 Top reserve is 6-4 senior Kelly Foster. Routt, with victories over Perry and New Rerlin and losses to Pittsfield and Carrollton, will be facing unbeaten Rushville (3-0) in the Rocket gym Saturday, the first meeting be tween the two schools in at least several years. Rocket coach Gale Thorom in will stick with his linkup of h 1 senior Bob Ryan and 6-2 senior Paul Kaufmann at the forwards, 6-0 junior Mike Lonergan at center and 6-2 senior Dan Beard and 5-8 senior Bob Lemon at guards. Chris Yording, a 6-0 freshman, 5-7 soph Chris Billiot and 5-10 junior Mick Johnson are the top reserves. Lonergan has 7ii points and Kaufmann 72 in the four outings to date. “Rushville is big and they put pressure on the ball,” says Thoroman. (Bill) Schramm is a fine outside vshooter and they are quite physical underneath. We expect a very tough time with them. “I have been more pleased with the way we have played in our two losses than in the two wins. We didn’t have a real sharp edge against Perry an^ New Berlin. Lonergan has been a very pleasant surprise in the middle and we are getting a lot more offense out of him We neiHl to get more scoring trom our guards.” Dirk Keller, a 6-3 sophomore, will have a cast removed today after a football knee in- Takes Strong Stand Against U.S. Promoter past, only Purdue in 1967, Mich- last weekend, igan State in 1956, and North-; The Badgers dropped a 72- western in 1949, went as Big ¡ 70 decision to Tulane on Satur- Ten runners-up, while the j day and edged Loyola 67-66 on champion was ineligible having Monday. Bluffs Capture 62-56 Meet Win MEREDOSIA — Free throws made the difference as Bluffs clipped Liberty 62-56 in the consolation bracket of the Meredosia Tournament Thursday evening. Plymouth nosed out Canton, Mo., 70-63 in the other, contract with the Pacific Coast) Wave grecmeg to a l!*-2 record gone the previous season each time the Big Ten won. The only school to go twice in a row was Minnesota in the 1961 and 1962 Ro«e Bowls. This came at a time when the Tiie Green Wave of Tulane Bolyj game Thursday. Outscored by eight points from the field, Bluffs, now 22, hit 22 of 30 free throws to only eight of 10 by Liberty. Mike Williams pumped in 27 points for the winners, seven in the first and ten in the third round. Fessler led the with 19 points. Action resumes Saturday ev- lapsed and the no-repeat rule was not in effect. Morri.« averaging 24.5 points, Since the Big Ten Rose Bowl Evans 16.0 and Bolyard 15 (I pact was formed with the 1947¡after two games. Calhoun . . fc ; i FT TP Devening u 5 27 Roth .... 57 17 llagc'n ... 306 T Roth .... 306 Kei. Roth ... 1 1 3 — _ — TOTALS2313 59 HursseK F(i ; KT T|. Held — 7 418 , Martin 2 2 6 Tepen ... 34 10 Kberlm ... 52 12 Tepen 2 2 6 TOTALS By Quarters: 19 14 52 1 Calhoun 10 8 17 24 59 Brussels 15 15 7 15 -52! jury and is expected to lie ready office mixup forced MacArthur early in January, to forfeit the game. 1 Rushville has swept to three of veteran Iln a row a^er an 18*® card return four ^a*s^ season. The Rockets of t season’s cwac^ Phil Conover have beaten twice to JHS I Astoria 75-30, Camp Point Cen- •ted to start 58 ^6 an<^ Beardstown 72- llivrt in ni i uiui|/o vi v r>r Tom Taylor at for- year. loa(ls lhe Iiocket scoring 6 1 senior Elgin Haw- with 56 P°,nt*s. with Schramm or 6-3 senior Gary Mil-1 41 and high-jumping at center and 60 senior game, Big compiled a 'I Mi 17-3 have lost the last two. Unbeaten Michigan face teams have At Loyola on Saturday night, record, but the Illini will face a more ex- Fouls: Calhoun 13; Brussels perienced club and a pair o rugged relxwnders in 6-8 cen-¡ Lanier rt losers stanfor(1 lhis Ncw Year- The! ter Charlie Jones (21 ret>ound_ no-repeat rule originally was|against Wisconsin) ami 6-7 for- EUedge WRESTLING Dec. 10 Eisenhower at Jacksonville High, 7:00 Dec. 11 Lincoln, E. St. Louis at Jack-1 rest sonviUe High, 1:00 Missouri at IBSSS, 9 30 Western Illinois, University tournament profits of Illinois, Augustana at MacMurray, 1:00 LONDON (AP) - Sir Carl Aarvold, president of the British Lawn Tennis Association, took a firm stand Thursday against American promoter Lamar Hunt in the dispute that threatens to split the game. “The future is in the lap of ¡the gods and I am no crystal I gazer,” Aarvold said at the annual meeting of the LTA. “But the initiative for reopening discussions would seem to rest with World Championship Tennis. As we can have no al ternative proposals to make.” In a little more than three weeks’ time the 32-man professional troupe controlled by Hunt is to be banned from all tournaments of the International Lawn Tennis Federation. The British, who pioneered open tennis four years ago, are backing the ban. Unless the two sides get together the pro stars—Rod Laver, Ken Rosewall, John Newcombe, Arthur Ashe and the will not play at Wimble- HOIOKT MAT TEAM don next year. The ILTF says Hunt wants too big a share of HIM*RAIMI, incorporated in the contract to ¡ward Erne men ... .. appease faculty men who ening with Bluffs meeting Ply* I shunned post season play be mnnt n fni* Inirn of 7• Hfl on/1 - . Itoseli (17.3 scoring average). John Kardzionak, I a 64 junior forward leads Bluffs FGFT TP Buhlig ............ .... 2 15 Evans .............. .... 3 6 12 Littig 4412 Sturgeon 2 2 6 Williams9 927 TOTALS20 22 62 Liberty FG FT TI* K. Brown ... .... 1 0 2 Schoonover4 311 Fessler .... 9 119 Ormand ........ . 3 2 8 Mude*r .... 3 2 8 Balzer ............ .... 4 08 TOTALS 24 8 56 By Quarters: Bluffs 17 15 19 11 -62 lenirai Downs ;SSS 37-22 *pre- Holy Cross), Tim Schneider ¡(Chicago DePaul Academy). Also guard Steve Spitz from Mattoon (45 miles south ol eri CAMP POINT — Central of WhlU; Coach Schmidt wa< Perry FC, FT TP Lanier .... 4 3 11 J. Mountain 10 424 KHedge 3 4ID Witham ... 8 1 17 Curfman s 5 11 TOTALS 28 1773 Fast Pike FGFT TP Allen ... 5 0 10 Akers3 06 Bauer ... 3 2 8 Moore ... 5 3 13 Yelliott4 0 8 Bess... 8 1 17 TOTALS Bv Quarters: 28 6 62 Perry 19 1815 21 -73 Fast Pike* IS 14 17 16 62 “Size is our big problem.” says DeMoulin, and “we haven’t played well at all. We are very impressed with Jacksonville. They appear to be a good club ” Centennial will take a 5-0 mark into Friday’s conference ^7 year"wiih"the ''return of 5110 junior Aire Buchanan, out SHAMROCKS SPLIT week with an ankle injury I’onv Heller, a 5 11 soph, ami Gene Tillitt 34. ISD, now 0-3, has had trouble scoring points to date and won’t find things much better while visiting defensively-strong Tri- opia, which dropped its opener 61-50 to Brown County Tuesday. ISD has a season high of 41 {joints scored in a game ISD coach Mike Moore will use the same lineup that started FRANKLIN of Jacksonville Our Saviours and Alexander r»-'f senior Kevin Leonard o|mmi . ,, , .at guard. 62 soph i>.m Fit plit a pair of Morgan C ounty j patrjck at center anel 6-2 junieir .raile Sfhool < «nffremt Ram«* Fred wj|s()n at (.(.mcr ..We still le>oking tor a shooter,” says Moore. “We have workeel on Alexander took the light- McQueen hitting 14 points and, .„»d I think the kiels have im Everett Johnson adding 12 for | proved. We are also trying to John I j educe our turnovers, which have lM*e*n about 30 per game.” Triopia is led by 6-3 junior Jim Nergenah, the only return the winners, now 5-1 Agans had 14 and Chris Jac que*s 11 for Our Saviours. 5-1. Our Saviours capturc>d the no; took four of the l^ied to look at the South 23 Fouls: Perrv 13; East Pike 23 dual mat me*e*t victory o\ Illinois Braille* and Sight Sav ' *’ u Liberty Fouls: Bluffs 16; Liberty 18 wee to see Nick Wcdtherspoem regain his shooting eye after hitting only 11 of 42 ficldgoals in the first two ________________ games “The Spoofi’’ hit 10 of 17 13 17 9—56 remaining belore Central, 3-1, 17 ^r°m the field and seven e»f wrapper) it up The Warriors got points from led 12-6 at one point and trail Vlikita Sparks Hawks .‘{-I Kel<r< MT. STERLING - The Quin- Aarvold reiterated the ILTF’s cy High freshmen notched a principles anel made it clear 42-16 dual mat meet verdict SPOKTS-ON-TIIE-AIK WEAI-FM Dec. in Jacksonville High Arthur Dec. 11 Champaign Centennial Jacksonville High that the British LTA is neitjover Brown County Thursday Jordan (I), 1:07 making any move to heal the evening. Brown County, now 0-4, got split. Aarvold said“WCT is an or- , ot ! ;—.7— ir . . - , i points from Randy Johnson’s gani/aiion that signs up players j2.g decision at 138 pounds, even from the foul line for a eason high of 26 points. His Steve Howells’ pin at 105, Dave average is 1H point>♦ pe,*r g;ime Whitrrwr’s forfeit vun at 112.1 ^spfsin Jim Krelle, 6-3 senior,,, Howard Dehning's decision at 1 <?Ujrd. take* a 62 per cent field . dJJ .s nioht 137, and Mike Kolesar’s pin at K°al Percentage to New Or P 11 /1/ 1 185 ieans. He may well be the key! a Hockey I j ai,ue Result* this year's club if he can eon 98 Jim Basteet (C) p Val|lirue outside shots against zone defense», which 105-Steve Howells (I) p Rob^. the I!hm are certain to fae.‘e ert Coggeshall (C), 2:35 j since this is one e>f the quickest 112-Dave Whitener (I) we>n' Illinois teams in many years on forfeit Sophomore guard Garvin Keller pumping in 33 points 1 outfit. Nergenah pumpe‘d in Our Saviours is now 8 1 Gerald 21 points Tuesselay, the only Tro Smith nettcHl 16 for the losers. jan in d-juble* figures. -Rice Bowl In Central MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL isn’t looking back “This we'ek (AP) It may be* the Apple is what we* have be*e’n working Rice I miw I to the governors e>f for sine’e July," 1 m * said Minnesota and Michigan, but The Vikings, 9-3,and Detroit, Saturday’s clash fie*twee*ri the* 7 4-1, battled to the wire* a year Minnesota Vikings and the I>e* ago with the Mons winning a troit Lions could me*an a whole I spot in the* playoffs as a wild season to either team card team after reeling off sev- Minnesota ne*e*ds a victory or <*n straight victories to close tie to wrap up it* femrth con* | the season, secutive National Foeitball Con- Hut, with Washington’s Re*el fere*nee CYntral Division crown skins apparently he*ade*d for the arid Detroit has to have a vieto playoffs as the1 wild card team Mikiu JmpM IhV'puVk <•'*?« ,urJn‘'’'“tfir '"!,*7* 'i*1?, ___/ uuff;i|0 Michigan Gov. William Milh- all or nothing for both the Vik BUFFAI/), NY. (AP) — Stan Mikita scored twice in a little* more than thre*e minute*s to pace the* Chicago Black game The* victory tied Chicago with die Mmne*sota for first place in he NIIL’s West Division ken showed hi? Cards Trying For Clendenon ST. LOUIS (AP) - St. Louis Cardinals’ general manager Bing Devine said Wednesday the club is negotiating to sign veteran first baseman Donn Clendenon to a 1972 contract. The 36-year-old Clendenon was released by the New York who have! been brought to the K<.„ K(K.h.f 9.5 OTUnt at 155J I |K*ak of thin game al the ex- (;ameron’8 20-15 decision at i^ailhass f |)^ 3:19 pense and with the enthusiasm lfi7 anrj rj,on QUSen’s pin in and experience and effort of ..«3 al 135 national associations, and then ,r. . . .. . . . sells the expertise and skilltL^ ** Horne!s tookuil?ul21 these players have so acejuireei *2 wL*t°ry in six exhibuon quite regardless of what is good J *• ^ * J for the game generally. Se*cke*man a pm m 1:1'O att 12» iw f bu( milwl , w “It would be a breach 1 MiJp ^hLr PiR-7n Washington (I), 2:40 uat if national ^ »1 **£• 'Car|m.k; 155 -Oiarie. tlie empty ne*t after goalie Roger Ciozier skate*d out to block a .hot t»y Dennia Hull the l'"’MS Wedne«l.y by wagei confidence in ings and Detroit. Minnesota can end it Satur- 119 Ron Naught (C) p Dan Rofjerson continues to tighten)^” ’»hî? 3 - j*i "mark oM^'secoiid a aPPl<*s on the!day with either a victory or a his grip on the other »¡arting 126 Brad Himelick (C) d Kev-|^uarfl position. RoN*rse>n, start in Worley (I), 14 4 split-enfl and leading re- 132—Dennis Mohrman (C) d (‘L'Jver t^ie Fighting Illmi Vernon Robinson (I), 1-0 football team, se*ore*<j n points 138 Howard Dehning (I) d *nfl ^ the running game Carl Blair (C), 14-4 against Seiuth Dakeita. 145 Paul Miller (C) p Bruce Junior forward Nick Conner period The Chicago center,«am'¡ M'nnesoia »v li, bui . tne Uon. win hey M'oced again, bis 12th goal Anderson, who put up ¡can win the title only It they the season at the 8:15 mark * bu,hel w,hl -------- ----------when Buffalo was shorthand<*el Pit Martin had put the Black,,. . ... Hawk, ahead with the on|y I Metropolitan Stadium The Vikings have treated the Lions like pe>or relations at Twin Citie*s in in the recent years. score* of the oprimir IMiriod,,.,. taking a goal mouth paaifrom! uf spent large sums of money in,.... • t ... training their players to inter-j p national standards, and then allowed by far the greater part of the memey such players attract to be paid over as a profit to a promoter, and not plowed ,2:4? S,'°r,nf Chico Maki, who also aaaisUxI ™n«e™twe la.nie victories over louiter (C, d vn h W point, per game and M,k„.,.s MK,)n(1 , Detroit. Ibe last Detrott vie ory «;* Mihomore «ntor Bill Mor-, Buffa|o,, rwkje slar Kl(.k m Minnesota was Ai-Jl ln 18W. nsori (C) d Boh ns completes the douhle-fii>ure u... ___ „» when (»aro Yepremian beieitea Mets after hitting .247 in 80 back into the game for future last season. generations.” Mark Harris (I) _____________ 167 Gn John on (C) d Bob es the double-figur lx*veston (I), 4-1 scoring with 10 3 per game. Penn Sta'e’s individual bas-l 185- Mike Kolesar (I) p Mark 1’be se ketball scoring record was se*t Buss (<’>, 3:31 ‘a-e two icaum. uum na ««eMjA(|>jna| period by Jes«e Arnelle. Now a umver- Hy- Bill Friedhoff (C) p Roel Tulane 10 thanks to a 105-71, sity trustee, Arnelle scored 44 Harrell (I>, 1:49 points against Bucknell on Jan. Final score- Camp 5, 1955. I Central 37, IBSSS 22 Martin, drilled his 19th goal of! .\,nru . •JP" .. . .the season to spoil goalie »¡ary• "*'**“ ,or ^ „ •no* records aga.ral ,s miu,.K .silut«ul t.i.l earl yin the’ rhe two teams go no lhe > teams: Illinois leaeisjfinu| ¡game fre*sh from upset losses. The Vikings fell to San Diego 30-14 litst Sunelay and Philadelphia ^-dged the Lions 23-20. Minnesota Coach Bud Grant eleciMon *fn Champaign in 1969; Pennt • the* Illini and l»yola are tied , with a 1-1 ledger. IHJY SAVINGS BONDS defeat San Francisco in their fi rial game and Minnesota loses at Chicago next we*e*k. The main question remaining for Saturday’s game is who Grant will tab as his starting quarterback. Bob U*e, who started his third straight game laest week end, was pulled in favor of Norm Snead, who tossed thre* interceptions. Gary Ctioaso. who hasn’t seen action the last two games, w'as calling signals in Minnesota’.} 16 13 victoiy over Detroit in their first neet- * mg this year.

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