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Indiana Has Late Surge; Tip Huskers LINCOLN, (AP)--Indiana's Hoosiers of the Big Ten, battling for their first win of the~ season, roared back from a 14-point deficit with two touchdown drives in the final quarter Saturday to crush Nebraska's Cornhuskers, 19-14, before a Band Day crowd of 38,000 in Nebraska's Memorial stadium. Trailing 14-6 at the half, Indiana powered fullback Bob Fee into position for two | ; payoff plunges in the final finally to score on a one-yard Sports News COUNCIL BLUFFl^NONPAREIL period after the passes of Gene Cichowski and the running of halfback Dave Whitsell had kept the Hoosiers in contention. It put Coach Bernie Crimmins' Hossiers back on the winning track after successive losses to j end run. A stonewall goal line defense choked off an Indiana third quarter drive but the Hoosiers found the combination in the final period to sew it up. Statistics told the story of the second-half Indiana comeback. , At the intermission Indiana Iowa, Notre Dame and Michigan , tra i} e{ } i 9.5 m first downs and 161- State and reduced Nebraska to a ' two-win, three-loss record for the | STATISTICS season. Score On Long Drive A 53-yard scoring drive on 11 plays gave Nebraska a 7-0 first quarter lead Saturday and the Huskers ran it up to 14-0 in the second quarter before Indiana broke loose with a sure-fire passing attack that enabled Whitesell __---- . - Wisconjn Tied By Boilermakers Badgers JFail To Capitalize MADISON, Wis. JP--A Wisconsin team unable to take advantage of many breaks that went its way had to settle for a 6-6 tie with Purdue in a big Ten conference J the second touchdown, scored First downs 17 Rushing yardag-e ..... 19" Pajssmg yardage 1(4 Passes 10-13 1XD. NEB. Passes intercepted by.. Punts 4-3fi. Fumbles lost fl Yards penalized 5.1 13 172 31 3-6 0 S-3S K 20 102 in net yards gained. By game's end the Hoosiers had chalked up 301 net yards to 203 for Nebraska and led 17-13 in first downs. Nebraska's counters came on one-yard plunges by fullback Jerry Brown and Halfback Willie Greenlaw. Nebraska Set To Bounce Scoring the first time it gained possession, Nebraska appeared set to bounce back from last week's loss to Kansas State. And despite two fumbles that gave Indiana possession, the Huskers remained in command throughout the first period. Willie Greenlaw's 28-yard punt return set Nebraska in motion for SECTION B COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 2i, 1956 Iowa Batters Hawaii,34-0 For 4th Win IOWA CITY, (AP)--Undefeated Iowa, superior in j skill, power and numbers, bruised Hawaii 34-0 Saturday in a warmup for impending Big Ten football duels. Stretching its winning streak to four games--including two in the conference--Iowa took absolute control of the situation after blowing a first quarter scoring op- ^ I I · portunity by fumbling in the 1C 311111/ I I HO four-yard line. DQyUrVr LI 11C Iowa,-throwing back what . I IN t f Lead Buffs Over l-Stale few threats the previously undefeated visitors from the j Pacific islands were able to j GENTLEMEN BE SEATED!--Brad Bombo (88) of Indiana sits down hard under the impact of a tackle by Nebraska's La Verne Torczon, but holds firm to the ball he caught on a Hoosier pass play. Bombo was tackled on ttie Nebraska -11 yard line in the second quarter of the game won by Indiana, 19-14. (Story at left.). --AP Wirephoto. Michigan Bumps Northwestern, 34-20 . . football game Saturday before a capacity crowd of 53,044. The Badgers scored the first time they had the ball in the opening minutes of the game, covering 68 yards on eight plays with the payoff a 30-yard run around right end by Danny Lewis: Purdue tied the score in the second period, marching 80 yards with Len Dawson's passes and Mel Dillard's smashers eating up the ground. The Purdue touchdown was on an eight-yard pass from Dawson to Lamar Lundy. an end. Glenn Bestor's kick for Wisconsin's extra point was wide as was Dawson's conversion attempt after his only touchdown pass, ~ The Badgers had five other excellent scoring chances, but muffed them all, either by bogging down near the goal line, fumbling, or having their passes intercepted. Badgers Couldn't Score ~ In the first half, the Badgers got to the Purdue nine, 14, and 18, but could not score. In the third period, they reached the Boilermaker's three at one time and the two on another occasion and again bogged down. Purdue never threatened after its second period march, although it always was dangerous with Dawson doing a' masterful job of running the team to pull it out of holes. Outstanding in the Purdue defense was Erich Barnes, junior halfback. He recovered a Wisconsin fumble by John Bridgeman when the Badgers had readied the two and fell on a second Wisconsin bauble, this one by sub quarterback Gil Blackmun when the Badger signal-caller fumbled near the goal line and the ball bounced into the end zone. with five minutes of the second quarter elapsed, but Indiana's passing attack began to click at this point. In an 82-yard drive, six successive Indiana passes found their mark. It took four tries from two yards out for Whitsell to make the drive good and Indiana trailed 146. after Greenlaw partially blocked Jim Powell's conversion kick. Early in the second half Indiana gained possession on its 35 and with the help of effective running by Whitsell, reached Nebraska's 2 before the drive bogged down and Nebraska took over on downs. ' But Indiana was not to be de- H-nied the chaiice~to~ return to the Purdue 0 Wi«con.«in 6 0--6 0--6 Purdue sconnc -- Touchdowns: Lundy (S, pass from Dawson). Wisconsin scoring -- Touchdowns: T.ewis (30. run). Michigan State Rams Notre Dame; ^0 _ _ f OhioStateUpset; MinnesotaWins win column this cool and cloudy day and Nebraska was cast in the role of the defender through much of the second half. Cichowski Is Effective Indiana's second touchdown drive began late' in the third period on the Hoosier 26 and Chich- owski passes again proved effective. Fee's two-yard plunge for the score came with 35 seconds of the final quarter gone. The Hoosier drive which clinched victory began on Nebraska's 48 after a Husker punt, and Fee made it good with a one-yard buck. Indiana Nebraska .0 13--1!) 0 0--14 Indiana Scoring -- Touchdown": Whitsel] (1, r u n ) . Fee 2 (2, plunge, 1 plunge). Conversions. ChichOTr- ski Nebraska Scoring -- Touchdowns: Brown (1, plunpe). Greenlaw (1, plunge). Conversions: Xaviaux 2. Oakland's Football Dinner Is Nov. 5 OAKLAND -- The annual Oakland High School football banquet will be held Monday, Nov. 5. The annual affair is sponsored by the Knights of Pythias. Program details will be announced shortly. DISCUSS YOUR BUILDING PLANS We are headquarters for West Coast Lumber and other building materials. Aluminum COMBINATION DOORS . $42.50 PHONE 4091 for Your Insulation Needs This Fall! 318 East Broadway Phone 4091 Arend, sophomore fullback from Baroda. Mich., broke loose for a 65-yard scoring scamper. Michigan State ... n 7 1? 2R--47 Xorre pa7ne n 7 0 7--H Michigan State scorinc: Touchdown^ "Wilson (1. plunget: Mendvk 2 (fi2. run. 65. run): Gilbert '2. plunge'): Peaks (2, plunsre'i: Harrt- insr (3S. interception^: Arend fRS. run). Conversions. Sla-tsko 3. Panitch 2 Xoire T)ame soorinsr Touchdowns. Revnolds (5. run): Sins': (2. plunge). Conversions. Hornung 2. em's pint sized fullback, ripped his 160-pound frame in and out of Michigan defenders, and principally through his sparkling play the Wildcats were able to make at close most of the way. McKeiver was hurt midway through the final period and when he was helped from the field the partisan crowd gave him a standing ovation. The Wildcats scored the second time they had the ball with sophomore halfback Wilmer Fowler -sprung loose by McKeive and ran 90 yards for the touchdown". Michigan roared back with three touchdowns, going 52 yards in six plays, 36 in seven after a Northwestern fumble and then 70 in 10 plays. Wildcats Show Strength The Wildcats showed some combat strength of their own in the second quarter, driving 71 yards in four plays with right end Cliff Peart accounting for the last 48 yards after grabbing a jump pass from quarterback Jack Ellis. Michigan bounced back with a 55-yard d r i v e in five plays -capped by a great end zone catch by Kramer -- to regain its two touchdown advantage :n the closing seconds before the half. Kramer, playing with one hand heavily taped because of a hairline fracture, leaped high in the air m the Wildcat end zone to take the pass away from defender George Gondek. Then the rangy Michigan end booted his t h i r d straight extra point to make it 2713 at the half. Thirteen plays later sophomore Bruce Gilmore banged over from the 1-foot line and Plum converted to give the Dions a 7-0 lead. Trie Bucks, noted for their grinding ground assault, took to the airways in the fading minutes and Jimmy Roseboro and Don dark hit end Leo Brown with consecutive tosses covering 6 4yardds to the Lions' 3. From there Clark plunged into the end zone. As the teams lined up for the conversion, Brown dashed back on the field and Ohio was penalized 5 yards for having too many men in play. Frank Knemblas, sophomore quarterback from Akron, who previously had missed an 18 · - yard field goal attempt in the secon^ period, booted the conversion try wide of the goalpost. That gave Penn State its big upset. SOUTH BEND, Ind., (AP)--Dennis Mendyk, burst-1 the coffin corner, punted to the 45. ing 62 and 68-yards on touchdown runs, Saturday featured unbeaten Michigan State's production line use of three sets of backs in overwhelming Notre Dame's worn-down football forces 47-14. In pumping more points against the Irish than at any time -ginee the series was inaugurated in 1897, the No. 2 ranking Spartans blasted six touchdowns in the second half after the teams had battled to a 7-7 standstill. The key play came in the first 2^i minutes of-='the third period when Mendyk, 183-pound senior left half from St. Charles, Mich., streaked 62 yards on a quick opener. John Mateko booted the first of his three extr a points and the Spartans were off to their greatest victory over the Irish- since blanking them 35-0 in 1951. Notre Dame's 3rd Loss The triumph, before an overflowing throng of 59,378 fans, was MSU's fourth over the Irish in their last five meetings and gave Coach Terry Brennan's y o u n g team its third loss in four starts this season. Jim Ninowski. junior quarterback, herded MSU into a 21 - 7 bulge midway in the third by hitting 3 out of 3 passes for 55 yards. The drive carried 83 yards in 14 plays with Don Gilbert ramming the last 3. At the outset of the finale, Clarence Peaks drilled over from the 2 to complete a romp that included sophomore Mike Panitch's 4.9- yard punt _return and then a catch of Wendyk's 16-yard pass. Three Jaunts Followed Three more sensational scoring jaunts soon followed. Mendyk barreled 68 yards. End Larry Hard»g stole a Paul Hornung pass and raced 28 yards into the end zone. 7--7 6--6 Penn State. Ohio State P^iin Slate srorinp -- Touchdown: Gilmore (I, plunge). Conversion: Plum. Ohio State scoring -- Touchdown: Clark (3. plunge). Cox Sparks Gophers To Victory Over I//. MINNEAPOLIS -- Bold and baffling Bobby Cox cut the legs under an Illinois comeback by steering a clock-fighting Minnesota drive in the fourth quarter that ended with Dick Brostad's field goarwith lessThan three Iowa Deaf Bops Kansas Deaf, 12-0 Bobcats Annex Homecoming Tilt KSD 7 STATISTICS First downs Yards rushing 11(1 Yards passing 0 Past.es 0-1 Passes intercepted by .... 0 Fumbles lost by, 2" I'unts 4-25 Yards penalized 25 ISO 7 s: 115 5-7 0 4 3-10 35 STATISTICS HAWAII IOWA Kir.st downs 6 1 5 1 ushinp yardage B" 2Gf apsing yardage 11 fi » ,i.-ses 3-12 7-15 arses intercepted by.. 1 Punts S-32 1-13 Ambles lost 1 Yards penalized 0 20 generate, scored two touchdowns in the second and ihird periods and added another in the final quarter. Colorado Smashes Cyclones, 52-0 Pace Big Seven AMES AP -- Big John Bayuk and a crashing Colorado line crumbled Iowa Coach Forest Evashevski. aware j State 52-0 Saturday for the Buffaloes third Big Seven Conference victory. The 217-pound fullback gave 16,« 000 Iowa State homecoming tena little to cheer about as he soared Dennis Wernimont scored both touchdowns as Iowa Deaf defeated Kansas School for the Deaf, 12-0, in the Bobcat homecoming on the ISD campus Saturday afternoon. The heavy downpour made the 'field a quagmire as fumbles squelched one drive after another. ISD scored in the second quarter after Kansas Deaf fumbled deep in Bobcat territory. Quarterback Larry Manley led Wernimont with a perfect pass and the fleet halfback outraced the safety man for the score. The play cov- Xorth western Michigan "H 6 14 Wolverine Depth Tips Northwestern Wildcats ANN ARBOR. Mich. JP--Stun- I ned by the early striking power j of an outmanned but never out- j hustled Northwestern team. Michigan rode its reserve strength to a 34-20 victory over tho Wildcats in a Big Ten football encounter ! Saturday. Sophomore fallback John Hermstein scored three times and big Ron Kramer made a pair of sensational pass catches and accounted for 10 points as the Wolverines claimed their third triumph in four tnes. It wag a bruising contest marked by a flock of penalties, many of them for roughness. Two linemen -- Michigan's Larry Faul and Northwestern's Tom Williams -were banished in the first period for slugging it out before 81.277 fans m^st of whom stayed until the end despite a hard rain that struck midway through the game. Shuffled Three Teams The Wolverines shuttled three teams in and out of the game while many of the Wildcat regulars were forced to ?o nearly all the way without rel.Pf. Little Bob McKeiver,- Northwest- 0 7--20 . 0 7--34 Northxi estcrn scontiK. Touchdowns--Fowler (46-yard r u n ) . Peart (48. pass run from Ellis). Thompson fl, plunsc). Conversions. McKeiver. Eldndpe. Michigan scoring: Touchdowns -Herrnstein 3 (17-yar1 run. 1-yard run, I-yard run). Maddock (15. pass- run from Ptacek). Kramer (15-pass from Barr). Conversions: Kramer 4. Penn State Topples OSU With Control COLUMBUS. Ohio JP -- Penn State knocked much of the luster off Ohio State's Buckeyes Saturday as the three-touchdown underdog Nittany Lions beat the two-fame Big Ten champions at their own game and won a 7-6 football victory before a sell-out crowd of 82.5*4. It was a game of lost oppor- j himties viith all the s c o r i n g I packed in a thrilling, final four i minutes. Ohio State's vaunted ground attack, which had averaged 3P3 yards per game in victories over Nebraska, Stanford and ELnois. was ne;d to 188 yards by the stubborn defense of the Easterners. Ohio, which has featured control ball all season, lost out on that end. too. The Lions held the ball for 75 plays to the Buckeyes' 58. Penn State Strikes After three quarters of frustrations, in which Penn State tost the ball three times inside Ohio's 20 --twice on pass interceptions and once on a fumble--Ponn State struck suddenly late in tho fourth. A 73-vard pun! by quarterback Milton Plum died on Ohio's 3. and the Bucks, unable to dig out of utes left for a 16-13 victory Saturday. Brostad boomed through the payoff kick from the 12 yard line with 2:41 remaining in the game after Cox stormed 30 yards with a punt return and fired a 23 yard pass to Dave Lindblom to get the unbeaten but once tied Gophers into position. Cox, the dapper transfer quarterback from Washington University, all but demoralized the Dimi with a swashbuckling first half show. Twice he sped into the end zone on end sweeps, once from six yards out and the other from 23. Trailing 13-7 at halftime, the Elini marshalled behind veteran speedster Abe Woodson and Sophomore Dale Smith to tie the score early in the fourth period on Srruth's 31 yard trek down the sidelines. Directing Minnesota's No. 2 pa- toon. Cox so captivated the crowd of 63.037 that the Gopher best string's re-entrance into the game with Minnesota holding a touchdown ]f»ad in the second period was greeted by a smattering of j jeers. | W.th Illinois swiftly gaining mo- j mcntum in the second half, the Gcphers appeared headed for tfie'T second straight tie after last [ week's scoreless deadlock with Northwpstem. But Cox racrd 30 yards to the Illinois 34 with Woodson's punt with five minutes to go. then passed to Lindholm on the Iliini 23. Scohomore fullback Bob Blakely bucked to the 1 two plays later. Three plays netted only two yards before Borstad, the Gophers' first rt-Jng fullback was rushed in for tV winning field goal. Woodson, briihant in defeat, rolled up 181 yards in 21 carries to almost match Cox' heroics. Illinois ....0 ' * f.--T! I l l i n o i s Fformc" Tr»uhlowri« - AVnorUon f . l r Sin I'll H I ) V i n - Vfr-iori«. I ' l ' It M i l l ' r. c M i n n e s o t a « f o r i r i c T o i n l i d r » w n « -- I To\ 2 (f, r u n - 2') K i t - I d coal-- I Rorstafl (12). Convrr'-lon';: Ror'tfld. i ered a total of 70 yards. Wernimont went in from the two to finish the scoring in the fourth quarter and ISD had driven deep into Kansas' zone. KANSAS DEAF EXDS--Robert Fisher. Sam Dale, Ornn Irwin. Bob Kentschler. TACKLES--Richard Barnett, Bobby Credision, Shaeren. GUARDS -- George Ellinpt-r, Ron Xpster. Ruller. Pat Grayhill CENTERS--Cliff RomiR. Grury. BACKS -- M i k e McGljnn, Da\ id Barnett, David Saver. Marvin Thomas. L-ieker, Hennessey. IOWA DEAF ENDS--Dale Harris. T^arry Jonos Robert GaJlo, Dennis E \ a n s TACKLES -- Dwaynp Beery A r n old KJ-UKP. A n t h o n y Ga.Ho, Dick Gay GUARDS--Ed Dacrpelt. Jpn-s Sor- cnsen. Bob Carlson. Harold Kroc- CENTKRS -- Marion Van Manen, Roper Winjr. BACKS--Dennis TVTnltiiont. T.nr- ry Manley. Marrin P e t t v . |on Van Sorlen. Lynn Ohm, Jack Congdon. Soren I'etersen Score by quarters: Kansas Deaf n n fl f) n Ion a Deaf ti 6 n n 12 ^fowa Deaf Scoring: U e r n m i n n t 2 ((0, pa.ss from M a n l e y : 2. plunge). Coe Edges Cornell CEDAR RAPIDS. Iowa #--Scoring the winning touchdown in the last 37 seconds of play, Coo downed its long-time rival, favored Cornell, 27-21, in a Midwest Conference football game here today. of his team's superiority, used mostly second and third stringers after holding a 14-0 halftime lead. The Iow a coach was down to fourth team members near the finish and had 42 players in action during the uneven contest. Hawaii made its best showing in the first quarter when its smaller squad was fresh in the 73-degree sunny weather. Some of the Hawaii squad reportedly had had a mild case of food poisoning prior to the game but a team representative said it did not appear to hamper their play. Made One First Dcnvn Hawaii made only one first down in Hie last half after getting five in the first two periods. Meanwhile, Iowa, only one ahead in first downs at halftime, cruised at will in the second half for a game total of 266 yards by rushing to 67 for the Rinbows. Quarterback Ken Ploen made the most spectacular run of the afternoon, going 67 yards to set up Iowa's first touchdown. Ploen couldn't have done better had he been using radar as he picked his way through would-be tacklers. Fred Harris got the touchdown from six inches out midway in the second period. Near the end of the quarter, Harris recovered Wallace Kim's fumble after catching a lass and Iowa had the ball on the Hawaii 15. Mike Hagler scored on a wide sweep from the one. Iowa's third touchdown followed a 23-yard punt return to the Hawaii 11 by Hagler who also finished the excursion with a swift break off right side from the seven. Poor Punt Helps Iowa A poor punt, good for only three yards, put Iowa in business on the Hawaii 28. A pass from the IS by Gene Veit was caught by Bob Prescolt on the one for Iowa's fourth score. Midway in the, fourth quarter, Iowa picked up its final touchdown on an 11-yard spurt by Keven Furlong. Hawaii got as deep as the Iowa 28 late in the fourth period and that was its deepest venture. The Rainbows were to the Iowa 34 and 43 in the first quarter but pass interceptions killed off their efforts. Iowa's big move in the first period was a maneuver from its 3fi to Hawaii's four where Boh Nakea and Louis Silva recovered John Nocera's fumble. Iowa resumes its Big TTM cam paiqn next week agauist Purdue at Lafayette. Towa -. n 14 1-i B--Ti H a w a i i 0 " 0 f-- 0 Iowa S"Oruip T'nirnrlon. ns--Harris (ti inchf'K. p l u r i K f i . HuRlf-r 2 fl. r u n : 7. r u n ) . T'r^M on M* 1 . pa^-run from V o i t ) . Furlo'ii; ( I I . r u n ) . Con- \pijsiOf?--I'r n srolt 3. Plocn STATISTICS Colo. ISB irst downs ............ 21 IX ·\ushinK jardaKe 355 *4 'asslnR yardage 71 " Passes __.5-10 t-17 Masses intercepted by .. - 9 Punts 4-43.S »-n l-'unibles lost -- 0 * Yards penalized --.-... S3 45 three touchdowns. The heavier Colorado line stopped the Cyclones with only 31 yards rushing. Bayuk galloped 24, 38 and on* yard through wi le holes in the Iowa State line for touchdowns. His terrorizing rushes were not even o v e r shadowed by Leroy Clark's sparkling 56-yard punt return for Colorado's seventh touchdown. Cook Recovers Fumble Colorado drove 56 yards for its first score after Howard Cook recovered sophomore Ron Pohl's fumble on the Buffaloes' 44. Bayuk went the final 24 yards. " The big fullback capped an 88- yard drive in the second quarter by sprinting 38 yards through th« middle. Jerry Leahy fell on Prentiss Lament's fumble in the Iowa State end zone in the second period after the Cyclone halfback bobbled a pitchout. The 'Buffs moved 54 and 57 yards for scores the first two fames they had the ball in the third period. Boyd Dowler scored from a foot out on a quarterback sneak and Bayuk got his .third score on a one-yard plunee. - ~ -Third String Scores Colorado's third team accounted for the Buffs' 20 points in the final period. Bud Merely plunged on« yard after a 45-yard march; Ben Clark raced 56 yards to the goal with Jim Lary's punt, and the Buffs' wighth touchdown came on Jack' Becker's 16-yard run on the first play after Jack Hansen's 4- yard punt went out of bounds on thp Cyclone 16. Bayuk ripped off 145 yards net in 19 carries. H egot 101 yards in the first half. Colorado gained 355 yards rushing and 71 passing- Iowa State passed for 99 yards. Iowa State advanced past midfield only three times in the first half, and twice was thrown back info its o%vn territory. The Cyclones furthest penetration was to Colorado's 23 on Jim Kudlinski's 49-yard pass to John Scheldrup lust before the end of the first half. Howovpr, on three successive attempts to pass, the Colorado line tofsed Kudlinski for 29 yards in losses. 12 17 n n ?fl-- 5» n -- 0 Iowa S i a f p . .. Colorado srnnnET TVmik ." f-1. r u n : 3^ r u n : 1. pliinp"1: T.cahv frrrovered fumblp In f n d zon^l, Dowior (1 foot plunc"*")t Mfiroh- fl. pluncp): Clark faP. punt r e t u r n * n"~K^r f l R , r n n l . Conv^r- einns: Jnrtorf, Cook, StransTfy, Hy- Plan Special To Iowa-Buck Game The Council Bluffs--Omaha Iowa University Alumni Assn. hopes to arrange for a special train to and from the Io\va-Ohio State football game in loua City Nov. 17. The p;icka"f doal \\ouid be S19 50. inrludins* boih rail fare and l u k f ' t lo !he yame o: S16 for tho^e who ahoady h a \ r thoir game ticket. Nov. 1 i.s tJv dndlmc foi those \Mshins lo moke the trip to make ]eser\T;.on^ u i t h Jo Zanyer. Routo 12. Omaha 6. Ftiithe'- deta-.is may b" obtained by contacting Prayton Ingraham ;n Council Bluffs. Michigan's Flying Halfback . . . Jim Pac-p demonstrates his specialty of leaping high over opponent's line for short Rams. On this play in second quarter he earned the b n l l to the Northwestern one-yard line from tho f i ^ e . Michigan scored on the next play. No. 89 is end Omrlip Kiooks of M u l l i g a n Foi .\oiih\\e.siein: halfback George Gondek 115) and tackle John Smith (72J.-AP WIvephoto. Griswold Wants To Fill Basket Dates GRISWOLD -- Gnswold Higti School wants to schedule basketball games for Nov. 9 and Dec. 11. and would prefer to play at home. For the Nov. 9 program. Griswold wants either a girls' first and second team doublet or a girls' \ a r s i t y and junior high i For Do* 11 a boys' and girls' | double header is sought. SPAPFRf

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