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6 - Section 2 " r CHICAGO TRIBUNE' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1968 (fa & T TRIBUNE Staff Photo: By Phil Masclone Bears' two injured quarterbacks, Rudy Bukich Deft and Jack Concan-non, have plenty of room and time to think about their injuries, which will keep them out of tomorrow's National Football league game in Baltimore. Arlington Defeats Wheeling Bears Activate Carter for Back-up Duty Place Concannon on Inactive Roster The Chicago Bears yesterday activated Virgil Carter, second year quarterback from Brig-ham Young, and put Quarterback Jack Concannon on the inactive list. Concannon suffered a broken, collar bone last Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. The action makes Concannon ineligible for four weeks and officially elevates Veteran Larry Rakestraw to the starting job against the Colts tomorrow in Baltimore, backed by Carter. The Colts, who also have q u a r terback problems, announced that Johnny Unitas, who is nursing a sore elbow, again will be replaced by Earl Morrall in the Bear game. The Baltimore club also announced that Flanker Ray Perkins has been suffering from back spasms and that Defensive Back Lenny Lyles is bothered by a pulled leg muscle, but that both will play against the Bears. The Green Bay defensive line continues to suffer injuries as Lionel Aldridge sustained a sprained ankle in last Sunday's loss to Detroit. Aldridge, however, is still expected to play for the Packers, who already lost Backup Tackles Bob Brown broken arm and Jim Weatherwax knee injury. Defensive Tackles Henry Jordan and Ron Kostelnik have been playing with knee and back problems. Gagner Doubtful Starter Pittsburgh announced that Guard Larry Gagner is a doubtful starter tonight against Cleveland, having sustained a pulled muscle in the leg. Sam Davis is expected to fill Gag-ner's spot. Dave Parks will miss New Orleans' game against the Giants at New York and will be replaced at split end by John Gilliam. Dale Lindsey will return for the Browns' game against Pittsburgh. Willie Townes and Jethro Pugh return to the Dallas defensive line following a week's absence, while Mike Lucci is expected to rejoin Detroit. Sonny Jurgensen will start for Washington against Philadelphia despite a shoulder bruise while Los Angeles has lost Running Back Les Joseph-son for the rest of the season with a torn achflles tendon and may be without Defensive End Lamar Lundy knee injury for tomorrow's game against San Francisco. WASHINGTON DEFEATED BY VALPARAISO t - vT , ?&t v -Stirs v P yr TRIBUNE Staff photo: By Edward Feeney Sullivan's Mike Lerner No. 2ij heading around end for 7 yards in yesterday's game against Mather. Mike Ebstein 11 is Sullivan quarterback. A. F. L Standings EASTERN DIVISION W. L. T. Pet. Pti. OP. New York 2 1 Ml 1W 87 Boston 2 1 .667 67 71 Houstoa 1 3 .250 74. 99 Bffal 1 3 0 .250 73 113 Miami 0 3 .000 34 11 I N. F. L. Standings WESTERN CONFERENCE CENTRAL DIVISION ' W. L. T. Pet. Pts. OP. Minesota 2 1 0 .667 to 47 Detro.t 2 1 M7 M 7i Gn Bay I 2 0 .333 60 72 BEARS 1 2 0 J31 S 7 COASTAL DIVISION Baltimore 3 0 1.000 96 37 Los ARaeles 3 0 0 1.000 93 2 Saa Francisca ....2 1 .667 73 57 Atlanta 0 0 0 .000 40 103 EASTERN CONFERENCE CAPITAL DIVISION Dallas 3 0 0 1.000 1H New York 3 0 0 1.000 116 Washiaatoa 1 2 0 J33 74 PhilaoctMiia 0 3 0 .000 CENTURY DIVISION New Orleans 1 2 0 .333 St. Loais 1 2 0 .333 Cleveland 1 2 0 .333 Pittsbarak 0 3 0 .000 66 66 113 109 61 79 62 120 51 67 51 37 37 GAMES THIS WEEK TONIGHT Pittsburgh at Cleveland. Only same scheduled. TOMORROW CHICAGO at Baltimore. Dallas at St. Louis. Green Bar at Atlanta. ' Detroit at Minnesota. New Orleans at New York.' Philadelahia at Washington. Saa Francisca at Los Angeles. Exhibition Hockey LAST NIGHT'S RESiXTS WESTERN DIVISION Oakland 3 0 0 1.000 119 San Diesa 3 0 0 1.000 90 Kansas City 3 1 .750 127 Cincinnati 2 2 0 J0 Denver .0 3 0 .000 29 GAMES THIS WEEK TONIGHT Kansas City at Buffalo, 7 p. m. San Diego at New York, 7 p. rn. TOMORROW Boston at Oakland, 3 p. m. Cincinnati at Denver, 3 p. m. Miami at Houstoa, 3 p. m. 42 37 93 71 COACH BRANBY RESIGNS; OWLS PLAY TONIGHT Don Branby, head coach of the Chicago Owls, has resigned, Miss Marty O'Connor, general manager of the team, announced yesterday. Bob Webb, former player-coach of the Joliet Explorers, will take over as interim head coach and will direct the team in its Continen tal league game against the Las Vegas Cowboys at 8 o'clock tonight in Soldiers field. The Owls, with a 1-4 record, have, had a losing streak of three games. They are in fifth place in the Central division of the league. The 88-piece Richards High rJ'wT, H H Lh " Loi AMe,tI school band will perform at IN. M. IJ, I. , . . ;V,f . rromo Montreal IN. h. fj t-iereiami nail LUlie Ul (.uuigllk a A. H. L.J, 3. Detroit IN. H. L.I, 5; Minnesota (N. H. L.I, 2. Philadelpftia N. H. L.I, 7; Quebec A.H. L.1, 1. Pre-game activities, beginning at 7:30 o. m.. will feature a a. banjo band. World Series Composite Box Score DETROIT G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Ave. P0 A E Pet. McAnliffe. 2k 2 9 0 3 0 0 0 21 1 .333 5 5 0 1.000 Stanley, ss 2903000002 . 333 451 . 900 Kaliae, rf 29231 00003 . 333 400 1.000 Cask, Ik 2923001103 .333 17 1 1 .947 Hortoa, M 2 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 2 M 2 9 1 .7 Crter, ss 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 Freehaa, c 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 .000 13 2 1 .937 Wert, 3k 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 32 .250 0 3 0 1.000 Matfcews, pk 1 1 00000001 . 000 000 . 000 Tracawski, 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 Matckick, pk 1 1 00000000 . 000 000 . 000 Brawn, pk 1 1 00000000 . 000 000 . 000 McLaia, a 1100000001 .000 0 2 0 1.000 Doasaa, p 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 McMakaa, P 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 Lelick, 1 1 2 0 01 21 1 .500 0 0 0 .000 79 It 1 3 7 I U Jil 51 II 4. 945 ST. LOUIS ' G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO Ave. PO A E Pet. Brack, If 2722001 1 12 M 200 1.000 Fined, cf 70200001 1 .28 3 0 0 1.000 Maris, rf 1 310000010 . 000 1 C 0 1.000 Ceaeda, lk 1003000100 . 250 010 1.000 McCarver, C 2 7 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 ,1 24 1 0 1.000 Skanaaa, 2k 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 O 2 ,iSO 1 3 1 .800 r.. 1400000001 .000 4 0 0 1.000 j7, 2k 2703000212 . 429 420 1.000 ManilL SS 2500000011 . 000 430 1.000 Cmu 1200000001 .000 100 1.000 files, k 1 200000002 . 000 000 . 000 Cerrrea, a 1 0 00000000 . 000 000 . 000 Willis 1000000000 .000 0 0 0 .000 eealiaaa, Pk 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 O 0 .000 Horner, p .J 2 41 5 12 1 1 5 4 12 .197 54 10 1 .985 Cardinals Rally to Win 4th in Row, 19-7 BY JOILN LEUSCII The huge, white Arlington victory bell, which is mounted on a pair of spoked wheels painted in the school colors of red and white, and is rung each time the Cardinals score a touchdown, was silent last night slightly longer than usu al, but it finally pealed near the close of the first half, then twice more in the second half, signaling success in. the Red Birds' biggest game of this sea son. After finding themselves on the short end of a 7 to 0, first quarter scoj, the Cardinals, who had amassed 118 points en route to three smashing victories, regained their scoring touch to win, 19 to 7, preserve their spot in Illinois high school football's ijidefeated ranks, and spoil the Wheeling Wild cats' homecoming. An overflow crowd of more than 5,000, including Coach Alex Agase of Northwestern university and three of his assistants, saw the Mid-Suburban conference showdown between neighborhood rivals. Elsewhere in the frosty October air that prevailed around the suburbs last night, Hinsdale Central, Joliet West, Sandburg, and Maine South also main tained undefeated status. Hinsdale Central's defending West Suburban conference champions overpowered Maine East. 27 to 0. Joliet west also shut out its Illini Eight conference foer Joliet East, 7 to 0, Sandburg, trying to repeat as Southwest Suburban conference champion, defeated Reavis, 13 to 7, and Mame South, going after a second successive cen tral Sububrban league crown, survived a 7 to 6 battle against Glenbrook South. Wheeling Starts Strong Wheeling's homecoming eve- nine started impressively. Hun dreds of balloons were released and floated skyward, an air plane came over the stadium carrying a message in electric liehts that read in part: "Go Cats, Claw cards," ana men Scor bv latrines Detract St. Leais McLafct . . McMakaa) Lelick Oikseo . knits ,. Cert tk . Willis .. 0 11 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 PITCHING SUMMARY G CG IP H R BB SO HB WP W 1 053133000 ,1 0221 1 0000 .1 011 000000 9 1 0 0 1 L Ave. ER ERA 1 .000 2 3.60 0 .000 1 4.50 0 .000 0 0.00 0 1400 1 1.00 4 12 0 0 1 1.500 4 100 2 1 17 12 5 ST. LOO'S CO IP H R BB SO HB WP W L Avo. ER ERA 1 19501 17 0010 1.000 0 0.00 10574120001 . 000 4 7.20 10142110000 . 000 2 18.00 1 02 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0.00 1 0 1 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0.00 2 118 10 823 0 4 1 1.500 4 3.00 .Lctrait 1. St. Loots, 2. Left en oases Detroit, It; St. Loais, 12. T :.' m i. . ja.iar. Flood. SadiftcaS Giksao, Oyler. Umpire Gormen N SZ! m V.. INI. Kinnataeo WU, Harvey INI, Haller IA. Time 2:29; "T llVi"vai s " ' " Pro Basketball LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS EXHIBITIONS N B A. New York, 119; 'Philadelphia, 1M. Baltimore, 122; Cincinnati, 95. . A.B.A. Houston, 121; New York, 104. Oakland, 142; Indiana, 119. MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE Total Year 890 Jan 1 to date 1967 to date SALES 700,000 525,000 ..107,811,000 .. 82.017,000 Stk.. div. Abbott Lab 1 Address 1.40 Admiral A Iran Aiam 1 Valparaiso, Ind., Oct. 4 Spe- Aiiea cp .io; cial Tailback Al Chinning- aims ctiai so ham's 40-yard scoring pass to AAiriin .so End Gary Corsbie early in the JJ final quarter gave Valparaiso !IHo 'i?,0 Ind.J High SChool a 24 tO 20 Amlnvesf 1.10 victory over East . Chicago Anetci i:o Washington tonight. . AMto0r?06a The touchdown strike, second Cunningham-to-Corsbie AmTotac V.n scoring combination, came Anaconda 2.50 with 6:35 left. The first was a A2achecV 'Xi-varnov : in tha eewnrii-l rmor rKLV7as i.u j u -v. .. i" ArmcoSteel 3 ter. Valparaiso s uon Harvey Armj;r '-0. added a 23-yard field goal be- Asnid on 1.20 fore halftime and Fullback Atnev Prods Jack Barkley's one-yard .run 's Z accounted for a : third period ao touchdown. ' Avon Pd 1.60 East Chicago Halfback Dave BartnDis .kt TIT- A tni.sil, Dosnaii .7v wcuuci stuicu uiicc wuui-1 Belden 1.60 downs, on runs of 25, 35 and 27 yards. East Chicago Washington 7 0 6 720 Valparaiso 0 10 7 724 Touchdowns East Chicago Washington: Warner, 3 25-yard run, 35-yard run, 27-yard run; Valparaiso: Corsbie, 20-yard Dass from Cunningham, 40-varo pass from Cunningham, Barkley fl-yard run. Field ooal: Valparaiso: Harvey 23 yards Points after touchdown: East Chicago Washington: Person, 2 kicks; val paraiso: Harvey, 3 kicks. Sales, Net hds. High Low Close chge. 2 M"A 644 !' 'IA 1 917 91 2 21 V 21 Va 38 26Vk 25 5 22 37 36 10 284k 74 29Vi 49Vi 32 30'A 25 57 25' 6 44 13 16'A 404k 54 34 38 50Vi 22 32 38 55 Va m 21 4S4 62 16 1 341 8 28 6 7 5 10 12 2 25 2 4 31 22 35' 27 73 2Ha AVa 31 58 30 24k 24 33Vi 37 50 Va 21 31 'A 38V ' 55 17 zloo . 2 Bell How .60 2 Bendix 1.40 1 Benguet Cons 17 Beth Stl 1.60 26 BinksMfg .60a Z200 Boeing 1.20 BoiseCas .25b Borden UO BorgWar 1.25 Brunswick Budd Co .80 Burl Ind 1.40 BusinCap .861 Cdn Export Canteen .80 . Case J I CaterTra 1.20 Celanese Cp 2 Cen III Lt 1.24 CenlllPS 1.12 Cert-teed .80 CFI Stl .80 Ches Ohio 4 Chrysler 2 CIT Finl 1.80 Cities Svc 2 GIPSON LEADS HOUSTON TO 71-33 VICTORY Houston. Oct. 4 (DPD Full back Paul Gipson's 91-yard c-evcif riso 8 KiCKOtr return ana j-yuvu iuu L-oigaim i.io ttl- WO narl noccins nor. ?!!in-Rad 80 uusci, a cKj-jr a pcioiiig, colt ind .60a hv fMnfinnati's Orpcr CBS 1.40b tjooK lonigni ana leu uie um- com soiv .70e .o5f t TJnucf nn tn a 71 tn Comw Ed 2.20 vcioujr nuuumu .v I torn Ed pfl.42 J V7irtni-T7 nwr CinpinnaH. Comw Oil .60 " ' ' . . ., , Con Edis 1.80 Gipson had help in the -wild- con food i.so scoring affair from Quarter- con pow 1.90 back Ken Bailey, who passed SPam-VS for 273 yards and two toucn- cont can 2 downs and ran 13 for another Control Data touchdown, 91 21 'A Vt 26Va 22 -I- V 36 1 27 lift 73 Va m 32 1 58'A 30 25 25'A 1 44 44 12 12 16 16 Va 40 40 114 SS 54 1 34 1 38 1 50V4 22 31 Va 1 38 55 Va 49 49 Va 20 20 45 45 34 34 34 1 10 10 10 5 105-4 104- 104 2 7 25 24 24 l'A 14 A6Va 45 45 1 17 31 31 31 18 127 127 127 Va 10 36 36 36 l'2 9 9 34 34 Vi 32Va 32Va Va 67 67 1 47 47 11 12'A 1 31 32 19 19 61 61 63'A 64 1 31 31 32 33V4 V 18 18 34 34 47 47 11 11 1 9 97-16 26 26 1 20 2014 20 Va 45 45 45'4 69 69 69 24 23 24 14 21 21 21 38 37 37 1 21 20 20 Va 73 73 73 3a 68 68 55 54 59 59 Sales, Net Stk., div. hds. High Low Close chge. 9 44 42 44 93 93 77 76 58 26 68 31 30 54 53 56 29 20 47 27 86 50 Va 11 5 3 7 6 136 1 20 67 21 00 25 4 20 1 . 5 10 7 8 2 12 12 11 10 35 32 67 47 12 32 19 62 64 31 33 19 34 47 12 9 27 6 49 49 1 63 63 27 68 67 5 53 53 8 30 29 3 28 28 46 46 46 31 29 29 2 25 25 4 33 33 9 68 66 13 30 20 42 68 55 1 59 14 84V4 Va 38 49 Va 63 3 7 1 53 14 30 Va 28 Va 46 29 25 Va 33 68 29 30 1 41 42 14 LIgg My 2.50 LingTVgt 1.33 Litton f.89t Lockheed 2.20 " LoneStG 1.12 Lorillard 2.70 LouisCem .90 Louis GE 1.38 Magnavox 1 Marathon 1.40 Marsh Fid 2 Martin Mar 1 MasseyFerg 1 Mcoonn o .40 Means 1 Merck 1.60a MGM 1.20 Metro Irtdust MidSoUtil .82 MinnMM 1.45 MissRivr 1.20 MobilOil 2 Monsant 1.60b Mont Ward 1 Motorolalnc 1 MSL Ind 1.60, Nachman Nat Airl .30 Nat Bisc 2.10 Nat Can .60 NatCash 1.20 Nat Dist 1.80 Nat Gyps 2 Nat Homes NatHomes wt NatLead 2.25e Nat Steel 2.50 NOAmtar l No Am Rock 2 NorlllGas 1.60 NorlndPS 1.08 Nor Pac 2.60 Northrop 1 N bta cw 1.60 Nwst Airl .80 Norwst Ind 2a Occident .40b OhioEdis 1.42 OlinMath 1.20 Outbd Mar 1 Owenslll 1.35 Pac G El 1.50 PacPetro .15g PanASul 1.50 Pan Am .40 ParkeDavis I penney jc 2 PennCent 2.40 Peop Gas 1.96 Pfizer 1.20a Phelps D 3.40 PhilMorr 1.80 Phill Pet 2.60 Polaroid .32 Potter Engle rroaerii 2.40 PubSColo 1.06 Pub Svc Ind 2 Pullman 2.80 PurexCn .flOh QuakOat 1.30 KLA 1 Raytheon .50 RepubStl 2.50 Revlon 1.40 RexallDr .30b Reyn Met .90 Reyn Tob 2.20 Richman 1.28 Roy Dut 1.89r 93 77 58 Va 26 68 t- 31 Vt 30 53 2 53 1 56 56 Va 28 29 19 19 47 47 27. 27 85 86 49'4 50 2 11 11 Va 58 26 68 31 30 52 52 Cincinnati 21 0 0 1233 Houston 14 21 7 2971 Scoring Houston: Gleson. 91-vard ktckoff re turn. Lelweke kick. 7-0 ftnrtnnatl; TAVtar. 3-varn run. O'Brien kick. 7-7 Houston: Gipson, 43-yard run. Lei-weka kick. ...............14-7 Cincinnati: Pats. 85vard pass from Cook. O'Brien kick. 14-14 Cincinnati: Taylor, 13-yaro pass from Cook. O'Brien kick. 14-21 Houston: Bell. 5-vard run. TLeiweke kick. 21-21 Houston: Dauiona. 14-vard nass from Bailey. Leiweke kick. 28-21 Houston: Bell. 10-yard run. iLeiwene kick.) 35-21 Houston: Bal ev, 13-yard run. iLei- weke kick. 42-21 Cincinnati: O'Brien. 1 5-vard oass from Cook. Kick failed. 42-27 Houston: wnant, 74-yara pass from Bailey. Leiweke kick. 49-27 Houston: Drones, 6-yard pass Interception. Leiweke kick. 56-26 Cincinnati: Taylor, 1-yard run. Pass failed.l ....56-33 Houston: strong. 3-yard run. LLei- Wetce HICK. I ..63-33 Houston: Buoal, 9-yard pass from Clark. Clark run. 71-33 Attendance 31,881. 10 17 20 2 1 1 6 5 6 1 98 13 2187 8 Series Facts the Wildcats stormed to a 7 to 0 lead, Stew Oakley scoring the touchdown from 2 yards out. It was the first time this sea son Coach Bob Walther of Ar lington saw his. team trailing. But a fumble recovery gave Arlington possession in Wheeling territory shortly before the end of the half, Quarterback Todd Somers, the league's leading scorer, tallied from 6 yards out, and the teams went to the locker rooms tied. "We were flat in the first half," said Walther. "But that touchdown picked up our spirit. In the last half, we began shooting the gap a little more because Wheeling ' had been spreading its lineman." Arlington scored both the go-ahead touchdown, in the third quarter, and the last one, in the fourth quarter, on counter plays. Dean Schmelzer reached the end zone on a 12-yard dash before Dennis Meacham went over on a 10-yard run. 4th Victory This Year The victory was. Arlington's fourth of the season and third in the Mid-Suburban league. This is the Cardinals' third season in the conference and they have lost only once in that time to Wheeling last year. The only other team still undefeated in the league is Prospect, which beat Fremd, 21 to 0, for its second victory last night, and meets Arlington in the next-to-last game of the season, Meanwhile, Sullivan, Forrest- ville, and Kennedy each made it two victories "in two starts yesterday afternoon in the Chicago Public league's Green di vision. Sullivan scored 26 points in the fourth quarter to beat Mather, 39 to 14; Forrestville defeated Washington, 28 to 0, and Kennedy beat Gage Park, 20 to 6. Harrison scored all of its points in the fourth quarter and defeated Tuley, 28 to 20, in the day's only White division game. Lamarr Nicks ran 40 yards to a touchdown with a recovered fumble in the closing seconds. James Walker scored three touchdowns for the winners. St. Lowis Detroit ... W. L. Pet. 1 1 .500 1 1 .500 ciBsvr eiME Detroit 1 000 000 000-4) 5 3 SLUMliS 000 300 10X-4 6 Batteries McLaln, Dobsea 61, McMahon I aad Free Inn; Gibson and McCarver. SECOND GAME Detroit Oil 003 102 13 1 if Looii 000 001 000-1 6 1 Batteries LoMch aaa Freehan; B riles, Carttoa , Willis 7, Hoemer and McCarver. . Financial Facts Second Game. Attendance 54,492. Net receipts 4430,50.85. Commissioner's share $65,587.13. Players' share $219 ,596.24. St. Leais club share $36,599.37. Detroit do share $34,599.37. National leasee snare $3699.37. American league share $36,599.37. Two-Game Totals Attendance 109,384. , Net receipts $81,11.70. Commissioner's share $129,1 74 M. Players' share $439,192.4. St. Leais club's share $73,191.74. . Detroit dob's sbare-S73,19.74. National leaeve share $73,1 98 J4. America league share $73,198.74. Prep Football Upstate Eight Conference D Kalb O 13 7 1434 Aurora West 0 0 0 00 Touchdowns: Rich 22-yardj pass from Mikez, Low 64-yard pass from Mlkez, Faivre 2-yard run, Wrenn 4-yard pass from Mikezl, Heimerdinger 54-yard oass- play from Mikez. Points after touchdowns; Kaczmarek, 4 kicks. Elgin Larkln 0 12 7 019 Aurora East 7 0 0 714 Touchdowns: Elgin Larkin Coffey, 3 1, 3, 1-yard runs; Aurora feast Ricnaroson 1-yard run. Fox 45-yant run with fumble nrnvvl. Points after touchdowns: Elgin Larkin Kramer kick; Aurora East Kies, 2 kicks. Naperville ... Elgin Touchdowns r 1-yard run ; 0 7 7 014 0 0 ' 0 61 Naoerville Sackman, 2 (1 Ehjln Echebarria 11-yard pass from Wasingerl. Points after touch downs: Napervuie winruw, x Whtnn Central 13 7 13 033 St. Charles 0 0 0 00 Touchdowns: Kee, 2 15, 5-yard runs, Rihtnn r20-vard run, Nordstrom 12-yard pass from Kelley, Kelley 65-yard o-jnt return. Points after touchdowns: Hark, kicks. Prep Football Mid-Suburban League Arlington 0 7 6 619 Wheeling 7 0 0 07 Touchdowns: Arlington Somers 6-yard run, Schmelzer 12-yard run, Meacham 10-yard runl; wnee ing oaKiev Li-yara run. Points after touchdowns: Arlington Harris kick; Wheeling Lesniak kick. Prospect s 0 7 7 721 Fremd 0 0 0 0 0 Touchdowns: Anderson ri8 vard oass from eattneyj, (.rawroro u yaro runj, oarrney, 18 yam run), points a tier Toucnaown Lundstedt, 3 kicks. Chicago Public League Sullivan 0 7 6 2639 Mather 0 7 7 014 Touchdowns Sullivan: Sdtaye 48-yard pass-run from Ebstein, Ebstein 3 f3.- 34.- 5-yard runs. O'Connet 70-yard runl. Lerner 5-yard runl; Mather: McGady 2-yard run, Boiak 95-yard kick-off re turn. Points after touchdowns Sullivan: Lerner runs; Mather: McGady run, Boiak run. - CornProd 1.70 Crow Coll Cudahy Co Curtis Pub Curtiss Wr T Delta Air .40 Dow Chm 2.40 Dress Ind 1.40 duPont 3.75e East Air L .50 East Kod .88 EatnYale 1.40 El Pas NG 1 Emer El 1.68 Ethyl Cp .60 Eversharo FairCam JOg Firestone 1.50 FstChart 1.24f FstWisBk 2.30 Ford Mot 2.40 ForeMcKs J5 FWD Corp GAF Corn .40 GAmTr 1.55 Gen Box .16a Gen Dynam 1 oen fciec z.eo Gen Fds 2.40 Genlnstr lJOt Gen Mills .80 Gen Mot 2.809 G PubUt 1.56 GenTelEI 1.48 Gen Tire 1 Gillette 1.20 Glen Aid .17p Goodrich 1.72 Grace Co 1.50 Grain Bit .80a Grainger 1 - Gran C Stl .69 Gray Drg 1.20 GtA&P 1.30a GtLakDr 2.20 Gt West Finl Greyhound 1 Gulf Oil 3 Gulf Oil wi Guff StaUt .88 GulfWind .30b Hammond .70 Heileman 0 Hein Wern .50 11200 HellerWE .60 100 HessOilCh .30 Honeywel 1.10 Houst LP 1.12 IIITool Wks 1 Imp -Co Am InMch pf4.125 9 43'A 42 43' 9 20'2 20V4 20V4 Va 11 587s 584 58 2 57 57 57 15 133'4 128 133'A 2 6 43 42Va 43 55 37 37Vi 37 Va 5 24 24 24 V 22 Vs 6 6 .... 4 28 28 28 3 337 33 33 Va 7 82' 82 827s 2 54 40 39 40 -flVi 3 173 172V4 173 1 13 29 29'e 29 83 82 39 39 20 20 95 95Va 34 34 17 17 77 77 62 Kennedy 7 7 0 620 Gaga Park 0 0 6 0 6 Touchdowns Kennedy: Wllland 2-yard run; Kaminskl 1-yard run; Campbell 16-yard pass-run from Kamrnsxu. base Park: Stewart fSO-vsrd Interception runl. Points after touchdowns Kenneov: Brown. kick; Graves, pass from erownj. Semi 7 0 0 613 Orr 0 0 6 0 6 Touchdowns Senn: Miller 2 2-, 12-yard runs. Orr: Johnson, 19-yard pass from Trrv Weelnl- Polnts after toucnaown sserm i aoDororr run. . Kelwn Park 7 0 7 620- Wells 0 0 0 00 Touchdowns Kalman 9-yard run, Ver- ner T4-vard runl. Was k 12-yard runl. Points after touchdowns uiman, 2 runs. Harrison 0 0 0 2626 Tuley 7 6 7 020 Touchdowns Harrison: Walker. 3 20-. 35-yard runs, 60-yard punt return, Nicks 14-yard fumble return. Tuiev: Brewster 2 (10-, 3-yard runs, Malacznik, 14-yard pass from Akers. Points after touchdowns Harrison: Walk er, 2 runs. Tuley: Clark, 2 passes from Akers. Forrestvllla 7 7 7 728 Washington ..1.0 0 0 0 0 Touchdowns Larex 50 -vara pass-run from Mitchell, Douglas, 2 40-vard pass- run from Mitctiell, 30-yaro run. Brown 120-yard pass from Mitchell. Points after touchdowns Douglas, 2 runs, Larex, 2 runs, Parker 0 7 0 613 Harlan 0 0 0 0 0 Touchdowns Roberson, 2-yard run. Watkins, 5-yard run. Points after touchdowns snantcs ikicxj. South Suburban League Thornton ......0 13 0 013 Richards o u v o u Touchdowns: B. Jackson 13 yard run, Butler 3 yard run. Point after touchdown: S. Jackson kick. Central Suburban League Maine South 0 0 7 07 Glenbrook South 0 0 0 66 Touchdowns: Maine South Larson 3 yard run; Glenbrook South Sims 10 yard run Point after touchdown: Maine South Cantonis kick. - Southwest Suburban Conference Sandburg 7 0 0 613 Reavis 0 7 0 0 7 Touchdowns: Sandburg Navarro, 2 2, 2 yard runs; Ravls SworskI 27 yard run. Points after roucnoowns: sanaours ievine kick; Reavis Katcher kick. Cbicagoland Prep League Marian Catholic 7 0 6 619 St. Viator 0 0 0 . 0 0 Touchdownsr Clark, 3 16, 5 and 2 yard runs). Points after touchdowns: Looresco kick. Blini Eight Conference Joliet Central 6 14 7 633 Lockport West 0 0 7 0 7 I Tonuchdowns: Joliet Central Hamilton n-yard run. Crisp 35-yard pass from PotsRMil. McLauohlln. 2 1. 5-vard run. Jackson 17-yard run; Lockport West! Foushl 70-vard pass-play from Highland, Points after touchdowns: Joliet Central McLaughlin run, Hamilton, 2 runs; Lockport West Huntington kick. West Suburban Conference Hinsdale Central 0 7 14 627 Maine East 0 0 0 0 0 Touchdowns: Lawron. 2 2. 22-yard runs. Elliot, 2 3, 3-yard runs. Points after touchdowns: Greco, 3 kicks. Nonconf erence Conant 0 0 0 66 Lockport Central 0 0. 0. 0-0 Touchdown: Farinosj 1 yard runj. Trawl . 7 0 0 714 Racine Horlidc 6 6 7 013 Tmirhdnwn? Crawn-Kellar fS-vard run. Markowitz 3-yard run; Racine Horteck McDomam n-yard run, Rospolck 30-yard nmi Pniirfa aftar touchdowns: Crown-Ryan run, Markowitl Irunll Radn Horlick Inda kick!. 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Prices do not include retail markup, markdown, or commission. Table Includes Chicago issues in which trading activity is markdown, or commission. Table Includes Chicago Issues in which trading activity Is country-wide. , - INDUSTRIALS AND UTILITIES Bid 26 12 CHICAGO LIVE STOCK Hog Quotations Barrows and gilts: Selected, sorted for weight uniformity, meat high yield, 200-220, $20.00-20.75; 220-240, $20.00-20.50; 240-260, $19.50-20.00; 260-280, $19.00-19.75 ; 280-300, $18.75-19.25; 170-190, $18.00-20.00. Mixed: Uneven in weight and of mixed grades, 200-220, $19.75-20.00; 220-240, $19.50-20.00; 240-260, $19.00-19.50; 260-280, $18.50-19.00; 280-300, $18.00-18.50; 300-325, $18.00-18.25; 325-375, $17.75-18.00; 170-190, $160-19.50; 140-160, $13.00-16.00. Inferior to fair 50-130, $2.00-12.50. Most SOWS, 300-350, $18.00- 18.25; 35400, $17.50-18.00; 400-450, $17.00-17.75; 450-500, $16.75-17.00; 500-550, $16.25-16.75; 550-600, $16.00-16.50; 600-750, $15.75-16.00. Boars, $15.00-16.00. Cattle Quotations Steers: Prime 900-1,100, $27.50-29.00; 1,100-1,300, $28.75-30.75; 1,300-1,500. $29.50- 30.75. Choice 900-1,100, $26.75-28.50; 1,100- 1,300, $27.50-29.50; 1.300-1,500. $27.50-29.50. Good 900-1,100, $25.25-27.25; 1,100-1,300, $25.25-27.25. Standard all weights, $24.00-25.00. Heifers: Prime 900-1,100, $26.25- 27.00. Choice 700-900, $24.50-26.25; 900-1,100. $25.00-26.75. Good 600-800. $23.00- 25.00; 800-1,100, $23.25-25.50. Standard all weights, $22.00-23.00. Cows: Commercial, $16.25-17.75. Few young beef breeds of high yield. $17.75-18.25. Utility. $17.75-19.50. Cut ters, $17.25-18.25. Canners, $16.00-17.50. Shelly light canners, $15.50 and less. Bulls: Commercial, $21.00-21.50. Utility, $21.50-23.00. Cutters, $21.00-22.00. Sheep Quotations Wooled slaughter lambs: Prima 85-105. $27.00-27.25. Mixed good choice, $25.00- 26.50. Shorn slaughter ewes cuil good, $5.00- .uu. Comparative prices per 100 pounds r HOGS Receipts, 3,500; shipments, 2,400. Bulk of sales $18.50-20.00 Month ago. 18.25-20.50 Year ago 18.00-19.75 Top yesterday, $20.75; average, $19.20. CATTLE Receipts, 4,000; shipments, 2,800. Bulk of sales $27.25-28.75 Month ago 27.25-29.00 -Year ago 26.75-28.00 Top yesterday, $30.75; average, $2,800. SHEEP Receipts, 400; shipments, none. Bulk of sales $25.00-26.00 Month ago 24.00-26.00 Year ago . 21.00-23.00 Top yesterday, $27.25; average, $25.50. Receipts included 200 sheep direct to packers. OTHER GRAIN MARKETS Kansas City Wheat Prev. 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Must be mature, experienced salesman. Only complete resume, including past earnings will be considered. Box MDC 433, Tribun Read the Chicago Tribune the 3!24 1 American paper for Americans "LEASE fOR LESS" '69 BUIGX ELECTRA AS MAA PER LOW AS MONTH KE 9-3401 KEYSTONE CAR LEASING SMI W. LAWRENCE AVE. A Divuftn of Keystone Chevrolet

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