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8 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLIIvlOIS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 196« CentroKa — .27 Ml. Caraiel ..-7 Flora 19 Carmi 27 Carbondale ...13 Anna-J'boro ...7 Benton 32 DuQuoin -...34 JohnstonGty „26 Herrin 26 W. Frankfort. 7 Princeton, Ind. . 6 OIney 15 McLeansboro ..25 Murphysboro . 0 Nashville 6 Harrisburg ...12 P'ville 7 Christopher ... 6 Marion 14 _X- _X- -X- -X- -X- -X- -X- -X- -X- -X- -X- -X- _X- -X- -X- _X- -X- -X- -X- -X- -X- _X- -X- -X- _X- _X- -X- RAMS' 8th WIN IS 48-26 ROMP OVER SALEM Kendrkks Scores 5 TD's Vemois Grind Out 48-7 Lead Before Reserves Get Call Displaying no ill effect from their shattering one- point loss at Centralia, Mt. Vernon's tough Rams come firing bock lost night to whip the Salem Wildcats on Vernois Field, 48-26. It was the eighth triumph of the season for coach Gene Halle's Vemois and the 48- point production <— c o m 1 n g mainly on five toudidomis by Marvin Hendricks—represented Mt. Vernon's bait offensive show of tlie year. High scores have been the rule In Ram-Salem games of recent years and last nights' total, of course, was no exception. However, the 48-26 final THE TABDSTICX Mt.V. Salem - First downs 'Yards rushing — ^ Pass attempts — ; Completions * Yards passing — Intercepted by _ r Yards lost — Net (scrimmage) -Yards penalized _ - No. of punts : Punt average — ..14 302 . 12 ... 4 _87 .. 2 ... 2 ,387 _ 75 .... 3 .. 27 12 189 7 4 80 0 0 249 10 2 16 RAtAS OPEN UP FOR 8TH VICTORY .1 ^ count didn't quite give the picture of the Rams' domination. Mt. Venion Jvmped on Salem for s 14-0 lead In tlte , first seven minntes, boosted : the margin to S4-7 »t half; time, and made It 48-7 early • fa the fourth quarter. • SaJem scored three touchdowns in tfae final period as T coach Halle gave his varsity Preserves ^ chance for plenty ^of action of both offense and defense. * It was Mt Vernon's second » vrin over Salem Bince coa* Joe i ITiomas took over Wildcat foot»:ball seven yeais ago. And tiie Earns avenged a humiliating 52^IS drfeat absorbed at Salem] tlast fall. r Historically, flw win waa I the 28rd for Mt. Vernon In t; tfae traditional series against r- Salem, starting bade in 1925. ^ The Wildcats liave 16 vie* ^ tories. ; The game closed Salem's sea- i eon with four wins, five losses. IThe Rams, 8-1 for the cam- Jpalgn, fini^ against Carbon'-dale's potent Terriers next Friday night In piling up his five touch- i downs against Salem, big Marv JKendricks gained 232 yards for :his second best offensive night lof the season. Only against -iVafldalia in the season-opener, -when he pidted up 237 yards, •did Marv find nwre running :room. His averai^e per carry - against Salem was 8.9 yards - on 26 attempts. The five • touchdowns boosted Kendriclcs : to 18 for the year and a totaJ - of 108 points. "That boy is an exceptional football player, really tremendous for high school," said Salem coach Thomas after the game. "Kendricks is by far the best runner we've faced this year—or maybe for several years." Offensive end Dave Burnette, who made two fine catches of Tommy Williams' passes, scored the Ranis' first touchdown of the game, and co-captain Dave | Atkinson kept his remarkable: TD per game streak going with j a six-pointer in the second j quarter. Atkinson has nine touchdowns, one in each outing, for 54 points in the season. End Willie Shields, with Jesse Bond holding, booted six extra points. Salem blocked one attempt. Shields has converted successfully on 23 tries for the season. Martin Gets Fumble Neither club was able to move the ball on opening series, but Greg MEirtin recovered a fumbled punt on Salem's 36- yard line to set up the first score. Kendricks lost a yard ranning, then Williams pitched 37 yards to Burnette for the initial TD. Shields booted for a 7-0 lead with 6:30 left in the quarter. Donoho Intercepts Bob Donoho intercepted a Salem pass on the 42 to get the Vemois on offense again. Rocky Yearwood gained 8 but Mt. Vernon was set back by 20 yards in penalties. Kendricks swept to the right behind good blocks, then outdistanced the Salem secondary for a 70-yard payoff. Shields conversion made it 14-0 with 5:14 remaining in the quarter. Martin racked up a Wildcat and Lee May recovered a fumAle on the succeeding kickoff, but Salem stopped the Ram bid on the 14-yard line and took off on an 86-yard scoring march. Quarterback Louis Vogt passed to Steve Heninger for 36 yards to get the march rolling. Fullback Dick Sproull accounted for several strong gains and eventually scored from four yards out. Shook booted the pomt. Rodney Elliott delivered a key block which sprung Kendricks free on a 6&-yard run for a Ram comeback TD on the next series, and Shields' conversion made it 21-7. Jackson Grabs One Ram senior end Leonard Jackson grabbed a fumble on the next kickoff and Mt. Vernon took over on the 25. A great cateh by Burnette produced a first dovwi on the nine, and Atkinson slammed over on tliree straight carries to make it 277. Kendricks, Atkinson and Yearwood alternated on a 52- yard push, Kendricks going over from two yards out to make it 34-7 at halftime. Dale Greene recovered a No Guesswork With These Cream Puffs From JEFFERSON MOTORS _X- -X- -X- _X- -X- -X- _X- -X- -X- Kansas City Hits Miami Chargers-Raiders To Survive Scrap PREP SCORES By The Associated Press Ottawa 21, Ottawa Marquette St. Bede 13, HaU 7 LaSalle-Peru 33, Morris 21 Centi-alia 27, West Frankfort Mount Carmel 7, Princeton, Ind. 6 Flora 19, Olney 15. Belleville West 21, Granite City 13 BOWLING ALIBI MIXED LKAGVKS High Games—Bob Easley 197; Floyd Williamson 191; Don Shafer 184; Rosanna Schallert 200; Vera Smith 193; Gloria Sinclair 167. High Series—Bob Easley 556; Don Shafer 526; Roger Smith 501; Rosanna Schallert 506; Vera Smith 463; Norma Holloway 425. Elgin 13, Elgin Larkin 12 Springfield 14, Bloomington West Aurora 34, East Aui-ora In top photo, rollicking Marvin Kendrick.s gives stiff-ami to Salem defender and breaks around end for 20-yard gain in third quarter of Bams' 48-26 romp over Wildcats last night. Kendricks scored five touchdowns, gained 23',5 yards and average 8.9 yards per try. No. 70 is Jim Ericlison and (85) is Don Staton of Salem. At bottom, Dave Atkinson (16), plaj-ing fullback last night, is pulled down after 7-yard pickup. Atkinson maintained iiis touchdown pace, scoring once to Iwost his TD output to nine in nine games. Rodney Elliott (58) throws block on Don Staton (85) of Salem, and David Owens (66) of Rams goes downfield to carry out blocking assignment (Photos by Riuidy Wiim) By RON RAPOPOBT San Diego will try to repeat, Oakland will try to go along with the trend and both will anxiously hope for a small miracle in Kansas City. Tlie Chargers and Raiders meet in San Diego Sunday and the team that loses can just about count itself out of the Western Division race in the American Football League. Even the winner will not be in an enviable position. The Kansas City Chiefs are leading the division with a 7-2 record and test tlieir three-game winning streak Sunday at home against Miami, last in the Eastern Division. San Diego is in second place with the West with a 54 -1 mark and Oakland is one-half game back at 5-4. Thus, somebody is going to have to knock off the Chiefs if the Chargers or Raiders are going to have a chance for the title. San Diego beat Oakland 29-20 on Sept. 25 and Sunday will have the added advantage of its home field. But the Chargers will have to fight against something of a jinx as far as rematches in the league are concerned. In the 11 repeat contests played so far this season, the team that won the first game was victorious in the second only three times. The only repeat winners have been Buffalo, Oakland and Kansas City. The Chargers will be without Lance Alworth, their superior flanker, who hurt a hamstring muscle last week against the Chiefs. Clem Daniels leads the Raider attack — he's fourth in the league in rushing and tied for 10th in pass receiving — that has cai-ried Oakland to victories in four of its last five games. Kansas City figures to have an easy time of it with Miami, which has won just two games, while losing six. The Chiefs lead Bj- DICK COUCH the league in total and rushing rj,^^ Baltimore Colts plan a lit- offense and are third in total homecoming party for Gino defense. ; Mai-chetti-but the Pittsburgh PINSPIN>fERS LEAGUES High Games—Phyllis Morlan 185; Joann Goodwin 181; Betty Hyslop 179; Mavis Schwenning- er 179; Chariotte Castic 178. High Series — Mavis Sclivven- ninger 514; CHiarlottc Castic 477; Betty Hyslop 474; Phyllis Bradford 454; Marge Ellis 449. WHIRL-A-WAY LEAGUE High Games—Brenda Lynn 179; Hai-riet Kelley 179; Mildred Scrivner 175; Mable Fulford 171; Betty Williams 171; Mai-y Reynolds 171. High Series—Pack Henry 470; Mary Reynolds 466; Pat Levall 4&1; Lindell Levall 461; Mildred Scrivnev 457; Harriet Kelley '143, High Series-Frank Weatherford 562; Walt Thrasher 530; Dewey Barton 509; Helen Carr 487; Betty Herbert 464; Doris Edson 440. ROCKETTES LEAGUE High Games—Brigetta Olsen 192; Betty Ahlf 188; MargaiTt Nallich 184; ,Iudy Lee 177; Mildred Parr 168; Rac Gill 168. High .Serie.s-Betty Ahlf 509; Judy Lee 472; Mildred Parr 458; Brigitta Olsen 448; Jinny White 443; Margaret Natlich 443. BOWUNG BUDDIES IJEAGUE High Game.s—Juanita Shields 178; Betty Sattcrfield 166; Mabel •Bellamy 162; Marlcane Braddy 142; Noi-ma Bond 140; lona Vanatta 138, High Series—Juanita Shields 503; Betty Sattcrfield 442; Mabel Bellamy 410; Norma Bond 389; Jane Aitken 187; Thclma Wiehe 386. FRIENDSHIP T.E.\GUE High Games—Botly Campbell „ ^, , .„ »ll94; Pat Sclinfer 188; Judy Lee ;^,™^:';l°"^^^?™^'..,^f.'!y'"^^lSl; Jean Gutzler 179; CI.-U-M Rumsey 176; Dorthea Chelf 176. High Series—Betty Campbell 510; Jean Gutzler 501; Pat Schaf- 494; Virginia Lance '186; Naperville 23, Wheaton 0 Argo 26, Joliet East 0 Eisenhower 19, MacArthur 7 Griffin 13, Mattoon 12 Hillsboro 21, Litchfield 0 Taylorville 45, Vandaliia 7 Charleston 60, Cumberland 19 Paris 33, Martinsville 7 er PYRAMID LEAGUE High Games—Ilobei-la Webb 230; Charlotte Modlin 187; Mary Reynolds 185; Sandra Atchison 179; Florice Poore 176. High Series—Charlotte Modlin 516; Roberta Webb 499; Jackie Coleman 486; Mai-y Reynolds 467; Beverly Weingartner 467; Barbara Dare 464. Quanette Hayes 482; Clara Rum- ] j^,,,,^^,,, B„sUetl)all Association sey 471. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE High Games—Lan-y Hicks 230; Gene Ratajczyk 204; Penny Bagley 203; Howard Williams 201. High Series—Gene Ratajczyk 468; Lari7 Hicks 567; Howard Rockford West 26, Auburn 13 I Williams 547; Oscar Stockton 540; Limestone 27, Pekin 0 Peoria 20, Bergen 13 East Peoria 51, Woodruff 14 Champaign 40, Urbana 0 Staunton 20, Mount Olive 0 East St. Louis 20, Collinsville 19 Alton 47, Wood River 6 Ron Hutchinson 528; D. A. Whitlock 509. SWEET SIXTEEN IJiAGUE High Games—Walt Thrasher 209; Frank Weatherford 208; Bob Lipps 196; Helen Can- 180; Jan Di.xon 174; Betty Herbert 169. Friday's Results Cincinnati 119, Baltimore IW Boston 111, Now York 106 Philadelphia 126, Chicago 113 San Fran. 132, Los Angeles 93 Today's Gaines Pliiladclphiii at Cincinnati Baltimore at New York Detroit at Los AnRcles Boston at St. IMUH Sunday's (iamcs Pliiladclphiii at Chicago Detroit at Sun Francisco .Monday's Games Detroit at San Francisco Nofsinger At Pittsburgh 4 Seasons Steelers Prepare To Welcome Home Card QB Champaign Blasts Urbana 40-0 Centralia Wins 27-7; Third Straight Title SPRINGFIELD. 111. (AP) Powerful Champaign, Rockford Boylan and Centralia snared major conference titles in IIU- short kickoff by Salem to start the second half and the Rams went 553 yards with Kendricks plowing the final paur, 41-7. Atkinson intercepted a Wildcat pass, then snared a 22-yard pass from Williams moments later to spai-k Mt. Vernon to its final score. The Rams had a first down at the two when Kendricks banged across and Shields kicked for a 48-7 lead. Salem Hits 3 Times Salem finished with a flourish in the closing minutes when Ram reserves couldn't muster an offensive threat. The Wildcats marched 60 yards with Vogt scoring on a four-yard run. A Vogt to Kent Sfaten pass keyed the drive. Salem then ground out 62 yards on then plays with Dick Sproull scoring to make it 48-20. With just seconds left in the game, the Rams elected to gamble on a fourth-down play. Salem kicked a fumbled ball back to Mt. Vernon's 20. On first down, Vogt fired to Steve Heninger who made a great catch in the end zone for the final 48-26 score. SOUTH SEVEN Teim w L Ptt 0pp. Centralia 7 0 231 60 Mt. Vernon 5 1 153 52 Carbondale 4 2 135 82 W. Frankfort 4 2 114 82 Benton 3 3 93 102 Herrin 2 5 77 162 Harrisburg 1 6 51 206 Marion 0 7 61 179 —X— -X- —X— This Week's Results Mt. Vernon 48, Salem 26 Centralia 27, W. Frankfort 7 Herrin 26, Marion 14 Benton 12, Harrisburg 12 Carbondale 13, Murphysboro 0 Friday's Games Mt. Vernon at Carbondale Centralia at Flora Thanksgiving Day W. Frankfort at Benton. nois high school football action Friday night. Underdog Peoria Limestone i-aced past Pekin in a keq upset on the last big weekend of the 1966 campaign. Champaign, playing without injured quarterback Bruce Elliott, smashed a hefty Urbana team 40-0 to win the Big Twelve title and finish the season with a 9-0 record. The defeat was the fu-st in nine games for tlie defending 1962 Impala Hardtop Factory air, power. Only $^39500 1961 Impala Hardtop Extremely nice. Only $109500 1963 Pontiac Convertible Ready to go. Only $'159500 1954 Olds Hardtop Runs good. Only $9^00 1965 Buick4Door Factory air and all. Only $249500 1962 Mercury Hardtop Red and Vi /hite. Only $99200 1962 Ford Fairlane Reconditioned. Only $£19500 1963 Comet 2 Door Runs good. Only $99500 JEFFE 820 Jordan TYLERS RSON MOTO "Southern Illinois Largest A .utomobilr Dealer" Pontiac- ( adillac Buick—GMC Trucks RS, 'NC Mt. Vernon A The top game in the East is New York at Buffalo. The Bills took the Jets 33-23 two weeks ago, burring New York quarterback Joe Namath into five in- terceptable passes and stopping the Jets' ground attadf at just five yards on the ground. The Bills lead the division with a 5-31 mark and New York is tied for second with Boston at 4-3-1. Houston plays Boston, which will try to shake off the effects of its last-play loss to Denver last week. A wet field' held the league's leading rusher, Boston's Jim Nance, to minimal gains last week. Houston is riding a three-game losing streak. In the National Football League Sunday, St. Louis is at Pittsburgh, Baltimore plays champion Tigers. Rockford Boylan laid claim to Its first Big Eight title with a convincing 32-12 triumph over hapless Freeport. RocWord East, which wound up its season with a 29-7 victory over Rockford • Guilford Thursday, settled for second place m the Big Eight with a 6-1 slate. Centi-alia's Orphans gave retiring Coach Jimmy Evers his third consecutive South Seven title, turning back West Frankfort 27-7. Mount Vernon's Rams, who suffered their first setback of I FUKUOKA, Japan (AP) — the campaign against Centralia The Los Angeles Dodgers, una- a week ago, rebounded with a;ble to overcome a four-run lead Steelers are set to welcome back Terry Nofsinger with open aims. Marchetti, perennial All-National Football League defensive end for Baltimore until his retirment in 1964, returns to action Sunday as the Colts, shooting for a share of the Western Division lead, visit the winless Atlanta Falcons, Nofsinger returns to Pittsburgh after a two-year absence as the stop-gap field general of St. Louis' Eastern Divison pacesetters. The Colts, who need a victory to tie idle Green Bay for first Chicago and Detroit at Min- 1 Browns are smarting from their "esota. ' upset loss to Pittsburgh. Cleve- Houston visits Boston, Oak- land's LoRoy KeUy is the land IS at San Diego, New York , league's No. 1 ground-gainer at Buffalo and Miami at Kansas and tackle Dick Modzelewskl City in American FootbaU ^ill become NFL endurance League play. king Sunday by appearing in his The Colts, led by Johnny Uni- 1751 )5 consecutive game, tas, will take a four-game win- ^. j^^^ ^^^^^.^ nmg shreak mto Atlanta They | ^^^j^ ^^^.j ^^^.^.^^^ ^ are 6-2 over-all ^vh.Ie the Fal-! ^^^^,3 ^^.^ cons have dropped eight ^eat the Cardinals straight. Unitas passed for Ihree ^^j^^^^, ^ary Wood, have touchdowns and 342 yards as ^^^^ ^, j^^^^ ^ i^. Balt.mo.-e buned Washington, ^^j,^^^^ ^^^^^^^ 37-10 last Sunday. , ,j,„^^y McDonald. LA's top i-eceiver, is a doubtful starter, but the Rams' defensive front St. Louis' Lari-y Wilson leads the NFL m interceptions with nine and has picked off a pass in seven straight games, tying the league record. The Cardinals lost center Bob DeMarco as place in the West, are heavily i "^'^""^ ^:,"^!'„J^=: ^J^^^ favored to make Marchetti's i ^ell as Jolinson m last^^^^^^^ homecoming a breeze. The 3^ | ^^^'S^yT heirPh .'adel- year-old strongman answered ' >-owuoys nciu Mlanta, Dallas meets Wa/hing- -.T^^", T =Twhr Md i P '^Ja to 80 net yard s,^^^^^^ ton, Philadelphia is at Oeve- gtynchula w?s placed on the! "ut were upended 24-23. They land. New York travels to Los Angeles, San Francisco plays Chicago and Detroit is at Minnesota. Dodgers Lose 5 Games In Japan 48-26 conquest over Salem. In the Midstate-Nine Conference, Peoria Limestone jumped to a 13-0 halftime lead and scored two touchdowns in the third quarter in downing league- leading Pekin 27-0. The loss was the fii-st in eight games for Pekin's Chinks, who could still clinch the title next week with a victory over Peoria Woodruff. Woodruff bowed to East Peoria 51-14 and Peoria Central whipped Peoria Bergan 20-13 in other league ga.mes. Halfback Jack Gleason's extra point proved the winning mai-gin as Springfield Griffin completed its first unbeaten season in history with a 13-12 victory over Mattoon. Griffin wound up with an 8-0-1 slate. Ottawa wrapped up a 9-0 campaign, downing i-ival Ottawa Marquette 21-6. Geneseo, another North Central Conference member, finished the campaign with a 27-7 victoi7 over Kewanee Thursday night. Flora moved to within one game of a perfect campaign, edging Olney 19-15 in the North Central Conference. Flora, which clinched its i3th league title a week ago, winds up the season next week against Cen- traUa. In the Upstate Eight, West Aurora crushed league-leading East Aurora 34-7, and Elgin surprised runnei'-up Elgin Larkin 13-12. BelleviUe West deUuxmed East after a shaky start, were shut out 4-0 by the Yomiuri Giants- Nishitetsu Lions all-star combination Saturday. The setback, the fifth against nine victories and one tie, tabbed the Dodgers as the first American baseball club team to lose more ttian four games on a goodwill barnstorming tour of Japan. St. Louis in the Southwestern Conference with a 21-13 victory over Granite City. East St. Louis edged Collinsville 20-19 but wiU carry a league loss and a tie into the Thanksgiving Day disabled list. The surprising Steelers, who stunned Cleveland 16-6 last Sunday, could turn Nofsinger's starting debut for St. Louis into a shambles. Nofsmger, who spent the first four years of his NFL career as a backup quarterback at Pittsburgh, is filling in for Charley Johnson, out for the season following knee surgery. The Steelers will get two shots at their former teammate in the next three weeks. The Cards draw a bye next Sunday before entertaining Pittsburgh at St. Louis. Rom Smith, who has replaced injured quarterback Bill Nelsen for the Steelers, and a fired-up defense all but ruined the Browns' hopes for a second straight Eastern title last Sunday. The Steelers, however, have lost five straight to the Cards, who will be favored by a touchdown Sunday. The Dallas Cowboys, trailing St. Louis by 1% games in the Eastern race, invade Washington Sunday while Philadelphia four figures to give them the edge. The 49ers must contain Chicago's Gale Sayers, who riddled them for 336 yards and a record six touchdowns last Dec. 12, if they are to get by the Bears and alive in tile Western game agauist Belleville West's; Maroons, who are unbeaten in is at Cleveland, New York at conference play. Los Angeles, San Francisco at Notice To The Public OWEN E. JONES thanks all the good people of Jefferson County for their kindness ond help during my political campoign for Co. Treasurer in 1966. Congratulations to Rev. Leslie Elliott on his fine victory. GM ! I knew he was a fine preacher but didn't know he wos that good o politician! Good luck to you. Rev. Elliott, and to your family. (Pd, Adv.) have dropped two of their last; four starts but stiU lead the' Kari Sweetan's passes to Pat league in offense and defense. ; Studstill pose the biggest prob- They are favored by one touch-., lem for the red hot Vikings, who down to even the series with upended Green Bay 20-17 last Washington at 5-5-2, week behind Fran Tarkenton's Tunmy Brown, whose pair of; quarterback magic. Sweetan long kickoff returns ruined Dallas last week, leads the Eagles and Studstill have clicked for 19 completions in four games, in- into Cleveland, where the' eluding last Sunday's 10-10 tie TURKEY SHOOT AND ENTERTAINMENT Sunday, Hoy. 13 Turkey Shoot—1 P.M. Entertainment — 7:30 P.M. REFRESHMENTS KofC HALL GOLF HOLIDAY SHOPPING NOW PLAY DAY AND BAG BOY CARTS GOLF BAGS Red, Block, Brown, Blue SPALDING AND GOLF CRAFT CLUBS LAY AWAY PLAN HOMESTEAD GOLF Phone 242-5015

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