Council Bluffs Nonpareil from Council Bluffs, Iowa on October 7, 1956 · Page 13
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Council Bluffs Nonpareil from Council Bluffs, Iowa · Page 13

Council Bluffs, Iowa
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Sunday, October 7, 1956
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Sports Neus COUNCIL BLUF SECTION 6 COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1956 Sl ht ' a u g e r s Homer Puts MY. Ahead Harshman's Field Goal Bumps ISC series game. Ford allowed eight hits. Slaughter's three- run homer was the winning blow. --JP Wirephoto. -^ NEY\UyORK, (SPJ=Enos Slaughter, the ever-hus- i ^"^^^H^BHJV^v^f^aUtfm^V^^ tling 40-year-old "country boy," helped Whitey Ford . ^ M. .I^^tam. _. «.... boost the * New Yor j. Yankees back into the World Series LOWERED BOOM ON DODGERS -- Enos Slaughter (left), 40- ' e a 4. nr 4 av w ith a three-run homer in the sixth inning for year-old veteran, gets hug from pitcher Whitey Ford in New York satuida\ \\lin a imee lun nomei "*"'"**" H _ f _ _ t , Yankee dressing mom after they had whipped Dodgers in Satur- a 5-3 victory over Brooklyn after two staggenng deleats A-JV'S car--,** .rorno Tr^TM* ..ii.,,.,,-^ «;,,!,» u;»o ci--!,*,,,,'_ *i-- The former St. Louis Cu'diiuil, who was re-acquired from Kansas City on waivers Aug, 25, slammed a Roger Craig pitch into the lower right field seats with Hank Bauer and Yogi Berra on base and two out in the sixth. Slaughter's h o m e r was his seventh series hit, boosting his average to a shiny .583. The Yankees, who played in a dreamy daze for two days in Brooklyn, reacted violently to the bumper crowd of 73.977 on their return to Yankee Stadium. Relay Catches Furillo An eye-catching relay from Hank Bauer to Billy .Martin to Andy Carey cut down Carl Furillo trying to stretch a double into a triple, snuffing out the Dodgers' last threat to Ford in the ninth. Ford, who lasted only three innings in the opener defeat by old Sal Maglie, curled his curve past the Dodgers for an eight-hitter, his fourth series triumph. The chunky little lefthander walked only two and struck out seven, fanning the feared Duke Snider three times. It was Ford who finally stopped Brooklyn's sluggers but it was Slaughter who really finished off the Dodgers. Hero of the 1946 Series when he dashed three bases on a routine single into right center to give the Cards tne championship over the Boston Red Sox. Slaughter continued his Gil Hodges of Dodgers . . . slides home safely in seventh inning despite good block of plate by Yankees' catcher Yogi Berra. Big Dusty Boggess, plate umpire, signals Hodges home. Hodges scored when third baseman Andy Carey bobbled Charlie Neal's grounder and threw too late to the plate. --if Wirephoto. Of This And, A New Contract RALEIGH, N. C. -- (NEA) -After North Carolina State "defeated its ancient rival, North Carolina, in """football, Coach Earle Edwards was the recipient of: 1. A chocolate Tatum pie. 2. A toy filling station, symbolic of the occupation of losing coaches. 3. More than 100 telegrams and telephone calls from happy alumni. 4. A box of cigars. PS--He got a new contract for five .years started. before the season \ DRIVE IN . SAFETfl THIS ' WITH SHELL PERMANENT TYPE ANTI-FREEZE L ..__ ^ _____ HERE'S OUR GUARANTEE YOU PAY FOR ONLY ONE FILLING WE GUARANTEE TO KEEP YOUR RADIATOR AT THE ORIGINAL PROTECTION ALL WINTER AT NO ADDITIONAL COST REGARDLESS OF THE CAUSE OF LOSS No Strings SERVICE STpRE «37 WEST IROADWAY Phonti 9949 and! 4511 Eight Players Score . . . Sooners Rip K-State, 66-0;-iet Win Mark NORMAN, Okla., (AP) -- Right Halfback Clendon Thomas started a 10-touchdown Oklahoma scoring spree with the first three scores as the nation's No. 1 Sooners rolled over Kansas State 66-0 Saturday to set a new national modem college victory string of 32 straight. Eight Oklahoma players scored touchdowns as the Bobcats Shutout By Illinois Deaf Iowa Deaf Blanked By Heavy Club, 20-0 Iowa in. 12 250 : Passing yardape 2G Passes i_g Passes intercepted bv ... 2 Punts ." 1-2'A Fumbles lost . . 3 JACKSONVILLE. Ill.y-A heavy Illinois Deaf team defeated Iowa 3-2-1 Sooners opened defense of their Big Seven conference title with their54th" straight conference triumph, without defeat--another record. The homecoming crowd of 42.000 came for a touchdown slaughter and they weren't disappointed as five Oklahoma teams did just about what they wanted against the hapless Wildcats. · The only sad note for the Soon- ers came as All-America Tommy- McDonald failed to score -- the first time in 13 games he hasn't I counted However, the Sooners I ran their string of making at i least one touchdown a game to j 108--an all-time national record. Arnold Pitches SMU i To Win Over Mlzzu | COLUMBIA. Mo. /P--Southern | Methodist's Mustangs rode the j great throwing arm of Quarter- i the~line. 170 in the~backfield. 'back Charley Arnold to a 33-27i IOWA DEAF triumph over an aroused Univer-1 BeE "^ s ~ Dale Harris - sity of Missouri football team here j rlckies -- Jens sorensen. Arnold Saturday. Kruse The Mustangs, who stoppers,Soeien^* ~ Ed Da * sett ' Don Van Notre Dame in their season open-! Center -- Marion Van Maenen i er but bowed to Georgia Tech! ry T ' last week, were put to a stem '· don' I test by Coach Don Faurofs Mis-j "-£', ,,.,, _ \ . _. Knds -- Bill Reno. Ray riUdon ! SOUn Tigers. ( Tackles -- Bill Zachariasen. Ted i Twice, both teams came from ~ i behind to tie the score, or go ! ahead but in the end the pass- j ing of Arnold proved to be the _ ; difference between the Southwest! Pain Mehrins. ! Conference title contender and To ^ ore by qu · the Tigers of the Big Seven. Colorado Uses Break To Beat Kansas, 26-25 I LAWRENCE. Kan. /p--sticking! Glenn Thistlethwaite, terrific Series. Ford, Craig Locked Ford and Craig were locked 1-1 after they traded runs in the second until the Dodgers finally opened up a one-run lead in the sixth on Pee Wee Reese's triple past Mickey Mantle and Snider's deep sacrifice fly to Mantle. The huge crowd was the largest to see a Series game in New York since Oct. 5, 1947. Bauer, hitless in two previous trips, looped a single into short left field. Joe Collins, instead of bunting with the tying run on first and nobody out. swung at the first pitch and flied to Snider. Then Mantle, whose only hit was a drag bunt single in the first popped high to Gil Hodges. Berra kept it alive with a single to right center. Then Slaughter, the , leading Yankee series hitter, strode to the plate. Swinging on the 3-1 pitch, Slaughter drove the ball over the head of Furillo, straining at the leash at the very edge of the right field barrier. It sailed about four rows back while Bauer, Berra and Slaughter circled the bases. Slaughter's hit was the finest moment of this tense, dose-to-the vest ball game but it didn't, have to 0 much of the thrilling race be,o | tween Furillo and the Yankee re- 1-12 ; lay in the ninth. Furillo Thrown Out Leading off the ninth, Furillo smashed a Ford pitch to the Deaf 20-0 here Saturday after-1 auxfll ' ai y Scoreboard in right cen- noon. It was the Homecoming I !f'.,, content wlh tw ° bases grid game for'the Ulini crew i £, urll]o zoomed on toward third. The winners boasted a line av-' Bauer 's throw Recovered Fumble In Fourth Period Sets Up 9-7 Win LINCOLN, (AP) -- The expert toe of Nebraska's George Ilarshman uuuieu field goal in the last 45 sec; onds of play to give the Cornhuskers a 9-7 decision over Iowa State Saturday in j a thrill-packed Big Seven j football opener for b o t h 'teams before 30,000 sun- swept fans. Apparently doomed to a one- point defeat, Nebraska turned the tide in the waning moments when Nebraska center Bob Berguin pounced on a loose ball on Iowa State's 15. When the Husker running attack failed to crack the Iowa State defenses and with the ball on Iowa State's 5 Harshman dropped into kicking position 'and split the uprights. , It marked Nebraska's llth straight win over the Cyclones and the jinx that has frustrated Iowa State in several of~the"recent year Nebraska clashes appeared to be doing business at the old stand. Through most ,of the fumble- beset contest, it looked like "Iowa State's day. Walter Grabs Fumble Cyclone fullback Marv Walter snatched a fumble and raced 55 yards to score in the |irsL_quar-- ter. End John Scheldrup kicked the conversion point to put Iowa State ahead, 7-0. In the second quarter Nebraska sprung fullback Jerry Brown loose for a 71 yard touchdown run, but Larry Naviaux's conversion try went awry. Thereafter, not until the wild and wooly finale, could either team do anything but battle in scoreless futility. Statistically the game was Nebraska's. The Huskers held a 147 margin in first downs and 253150 in net yards. · ISC Drew First Blood The contest, 41st in a series dating back to 1896, was only 3'/i minutes old when Iowa State drew first blood. On the eighth play after the kickoff Nebraska's Roy Stinnett bobbled the ball. Walter, '200 pound junior, leaped high to snare the wayward "oval and dashed 55 yards for the counter. 1 Iowa State threatened again in the same quarter when a 38 yard sprint by Cycone left half Jim Lary carried (he cyclones deeply into Nebraska territory. When the Husker defenses stiffened on the nine yard line Scheldrup attempted a field goal but it went wide of the mark. Nebraska's s e c o n d quarter touchdown, like Iowa State's in the first, came with unexpected suddenness. An Iowa State punt put Nebraska on its own 28. Two plays later Brown, 205 pound fullback, penetrated Iowa State's line, shook off the secondary and romped 71 yards to score. Larry Naviaux's conversion kick, which could have tied the score, sailed wide of the uprights. owa Scores 2-rQuiekies ·: ^ To Win 14-13 IOWA CITY. (API--Iowa, sloppy and ineffective for more than three quarters against a stubborn Oregon State defense, struck quickly through the air for two fourth quarter touchdowns and a 14-13 victory over the Pacific Coast conference team Saturday. The Beavers, apparently in control after picking up one touchdown on the second play of the game on a IOWA'S JOHN NOCERA . . . his toss started rally. Tow a Slate ^ 7 0 0 "--7 Nebraska 0 fi ft 3--; Iowa Stale Snoring --- T o u c h d o w n : , Walter (55, f u m b l e recovery and run). Conversion: Scheldrup. Nebraska ^corint: -- Touchdown: Brown (71, run). Field Goal: Harshman (5). Notre Dame Tips Stubborn Indiana Hoosiers Threaten To Catch Irish SOUTH BEND, Ind. JP --Notre Dame marched 99 yards for an insurance touchdown in a 20-6 victory over stubborn Indiana which threatened all the way in the 1956 home football opener a t N o t r e Dame stadium Saturday. The lineups were almost as green as the turf for both teams in a plodding contest which saw the Fighting Irish claw their way into the victory ranks after a 19-13 loss to Southern Methodist Sept. 13. The Irish led all the way. scor- Dg.ii the first quarter on quarterback Paul Hbr'nung's one-yard sneak and early in the second quarter on Hornung's 12 - yard pass to halfback Aubrey Lewis, who scored two touchdowns. Indiana which opened last week with a 27-0 loss to Iowa scored in the second period on a 64-yard drive with third string quarterback Tom Kendrick plunging across from the 1. That left Norre Dame holding a not too impressive 13-6 halftime margin. Indiana. which started five sophomores against six for N o t r e Dame hammered a p a r t i san crowd of 58.372 into silence with a third quarter march of 66 yards to Notre Dame's 1. But here the Irish showed -the stuff that made them a No. 3 choice in the pre-season poll of the Associated P r e s s. They banged all the way down the field 99 yards in II plays to score, with Lewis making his second touchdown with a 9-yard sprint around his own Ipfl pnd . --· i 30-yard pass play 'and another on a 49-yard dash by sophomore Pattlr Lowe in the third period, were stunned by a surprising- Iowa revival that accouted for -two touch- safely en route to frustrating the experts who had tabbed Iowa as a 13-point favorite. its No. 1 quarterback, for the last 2*2 periods. HO injured a hip and it was uncertain how badly he had been hurt. downs in one minute and 45 The Oregon State advantage «- Seconds. vaporated with great haste in th« Iowa, its offense sputtering and j fourth period under the turnabout i hobbled by early fumbles, did a j play of an Iowa squad anxious complete about face with its two j uphold the prestige gained with spectacular thrusts, accompanied j 27-0 victory over Idiana a week by two accurate conversions by ago. Three Fumbles Hurt Iowa's bad moments in the first half were accentuated by three fumbles, all recovered by Oregon State. One came late in the first period after Iowa had reached the Beavers' line. Oregon State had two threats going in the second quarter. The first died after the Beavers had «one to the 12, it faded out CO a five-yard penalty and an inter- to Martin and a erage of 190 pounds per boy on ! P erfect - rela y to Carey just nipped Jim Center -- Bob Hammack ft n o Illinois "D'-af H r d li'inois scorinj:--Touchdowns. I'.cn- j pon 2. Mehnn*? 1. Conversions. Mar| ijan 2 (placekioks). n-- ft 0--20 j muffed a conversion attempt, the j , Die* RICHMOND, Va. /P -- Glenn F. j Colorado Buffaloes won their sec-! Thistlethwaite. who just one time ond Big Seven Conference game j a losing football season i of the season by edging the Jay- i during coaching tenures at four | hawks 26-25 Sa'turday. j colleges, died Saturday in a Rich- Trie teams traded touchdowns, j mcmd hospital. He was 71. each getting one per quarter, as j In his 34 years of coaching, 120,000 fans looked on. Kansas i Thistlethwaite compiled a record i scored last, and Center Galen i of 2° 3 victories, 78 defeats and 18 I WaWmaier's kick for the extra ! ties at Northwestern. Wisconsin, ! point split the crossbars. But! t h e University of Richmond and Kansas was -penalized five yards Carroll College. Wis. for illegal procedure on the play and on the next try Wahlmeier's boot was wide. · _ 1 ^_ - ___ T»:««.«t. M»wrenC« I rilimpHS GRINNEL $»~I,awrence won him sliding into third. The next two Dodgers went quietly. Roy Campanula taking a called third strike and Charlie Neal rolling out to Carey. * The Dodgers got in front in the second when Jackie Robinson, who walked and went to third on Hodges' single, scored on Furiilo's long sacrifice Dy. Bauer caught it near the Yankee bullpen gate after he had stumbled. Martin promptly got that run back in the Yankee second when he hit a 1-2- pitch deep into the lower left field stands, just barely fair. It was his second homer of this series and his fifth in five series. Ford and Craig went through the next three scoreless innings until Reese's triple on a bail that Mantle just failed .to reach, and Snider's sacrifice gave Brooklyn its run in the sixth. Manager Stengel said before the game that Tom Sturdivant (16-8). who pitched briefly Friday in Brooklyn on relief, would work the Sunday game which starts at 1:05 p.m. tEST) He called Martin's fine relay on Furrillo "the key play of the game. After fne game, Manager Walter Alston of the Dodgers picked Carl Erskine (13-11) to pitch Sunday. It was a surprise to many baseball men who figured Sal im! iana fl R 0 0-- fi Notre Dame 7 li 7 (I--2U I n d i a n a s c o r i n g : Touchdowns. Kendrick (1. p l u n g e ) . N o t r e Dame scoring: Touchdown.", H o r n u n p ( I . p f i i n f f e ) . Lewis (12. pa.«i from yormtnp: 9 r u n ) . Conversions. HnriuiiKT 2. Hunting Hours Following are legal hunting .hours (30 minutes before sunrise to.30 minutes before sunset) for te next several days of the duck hunting season: Oct. 8--5:58 a.m. to 5:25 p.m. Oct.. 9--5:59 a.m. to 5:23 p.m. Oct. 10--6:00 a. m. to-5-22 p. jn. Oct. 11--6:01 a.m. to 5:20 p.m. Oct. 12--6:02 a.m. to 5:19 p.m. Oct. 13--6:03 a.m. to 5:1.7 p.m. Oct. 14--6:04 a.m. to 5:16 p.m. Oct. 15--6:05 a.m. to 5:14 p.m. Oct. 16--6:07 a.m. to'5:12 p.m. BIG TEN STANDINGS AV I, T 4owa I Midi. Snue ..1 Minnesota .. .1 P u r d u e 0 I n d i a n a " Mu'hijran 0 Ohio Siaifl ...11 I l l i n o i s n N o r t h w e s t e r n n "Wisconsin . . . . 0 Bob Prescott. a sophomore end. Iowa-- got--its fJ! with 11:17 left in the fourth period on a play sent in from the bench by Coach Forest Evashevski. Iowa was in a fourth down situation on the five yard line when Evashevski relayed his desires by a substitution. Delay of the game cost Iowa five yards but fullback John Nocera passed to Frank Gilliam in the end zone and Prescott added the extra point. Iowa was trie recipient of a big break when Earnel Burden fumbled on the ensuing kickoff and Prescott, carrying out. his role of hero, recovered on the Oregon State 30. A penalty eventually bad Iowa back on the 33 and frm there Duncan pitched to Jim Gibbons who caught the ball on the one and stepped over. Prescott made the conversion and it was Iowa 14-13. It Stayed That Way That's the way it stayed, although a 49-yard pass play, Lowe to Sterling Hammack from the Oregon State 35, had the crowd of 41,027 dizzy at the finish. Durden scored Oregon State's first touchdown on a nifty play after Tom Berry had recovered Don Dohrino's fumble on the Iowa 3L-on his kickoff return. Joe Francis, throwing from the 30, caught Durden on the 10 and the halfback nit-1 nu'hmilik- running across the goal line.. Unfortunately for the Beavers, Ted Searle's conversion was blocked by Frank Bloomquist. Lowe's run for the second Oregon State touchdown was the best of the day. It came immediately after his team had been dropped back to the Iowa 49 on a holding penalty. Lmve Pfaked Up Yards Lowe promptly made up the lost yardage and more with a rip through Iowa's left side and out into the open where he found himself in the friendly company of teammates whose escort service w a s m a r v e o u s l y proficient against lowans anxious to block hi.s path. Searle made th? score 13-0 with his placement and it appeared the ceptcd pass. Another five-yard infraction hurt Oregon Slate after a pass had gone to the Iowa 21. Evashevski apparently was » displeased with his first team that he started his second string in the "second half. But he went back to his regulars following a spurt by the eBavers that eventually wound up with Lowe's 49-yard run. Oroeon Slate R n T (1--IS Iowa. n n n ]--it Oregon .Suite scoring: Touchdowns -- D u r d e n (3D. pass-run): Lxwe r u n ) . Conversion--Searie. Iowa .scoring: Touchdown* -- Gil- limn "" hons Prescott 2 no. (S.V. pa.«a from Nocera): Gib- pass-run). . Conversions 'It Wasn't Our Day' --Soys Evashevsk/ IOWA CITY /P-"It just wasn't We could move the ball we couldn't sustain any our day. but drives." boys from the Northwest * * * were That was Iowa Coach Forest Evashevski speaking Saturday after his Hawkeyes had pulled their first home frame of the season out. of.the fire with two last quarter touchdowns to edge Oregon state 14-13.'' I don't want to take anything away from Oregon 'State,"'Evashevski said. - "They have a good ball club. Fumbles were killing us in the first half. We had good defense but couldn't get our offense rolling." "I'll credit- any team that stops us but today we stopped ourselves,", Evashevski added. "The wind bothered "us'a lot. We ran the basic stuff but the team was too tight .to.use .the fancy stuff." Evashevski didn't c o m about the individual play of his Hawkeyes. "I couldn't tell who was good out there," he said. "I've got the poorest seat in" Fullback John N o c e r elated over the play that produced Iowa's -first, touchdown. He threw the scoring pass to end Frank Gilliam, in the end zone after taking a lateral from quarterback Randy Duncan. Evashevski sent the · play in from the bench with reserve center Mack Lewis when it appeared _that the Hawkeyes would be stalled on fourth down near the goal line. , v*:d Sophomore Ellwin Tndorf of j its first Midwest Conference foot- i Maplie O3-5) would come back Colorado made good his first two i ball game of the season Satur-! again with only three days rest kicks for the extra point and his j day with a 14-7 victory over Grin- ' SQ that he would be available if second one proved to be the mar- j nell. which has yet to win a ; needed for a possible seventh gin of victory. i league game. ; . j game. Iowa's John Nocera . . . gets off foots' right guard Jim -Brackins punt against Oregon Statr. Weto- (60) attempts to block the kick in the fourth quarter at Iowa City. Iowa Avon, 14-3. S Wireptatt. NEWSPAPER!

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