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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, ISfiO. THE, PHAROS-TRIBUNE and-.LOGANSPORT,PRESS, LOGANSPORT, .INDIANA PAGE NINE 51 To 19 Riveters Awesome In Air And Land Attack By DALE BURGESS Associated Press Sports Writer SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Purdue, loaded- with talented sophomores and brilliantly led by alternate quarterbacks B e r n i e Allen and Maury Guttraan, Saturday gave Notre Dame one of its' worst football defeats, 51-19. Purdue was awesome in beating the Irish for the third, straight year and. the fourth" consecutive time in Notre Dame Stadium. The Boilermakers, scored four touchdowns and a field goal in the second quarter alone. Noire Dame was in the ball game just one quarter and then . fell/apart as -six Purdue backs took turns galloping into Irish territory. Jim Tiller, fleet Boilermaker halfback, was the only two-touchdown scorer, going-30 yards in. the second quarter on-a pass from. Allen and then running a punt back 66 yards in the same period. Allen's "other contributions included a 34-yard field goal, Purdue's final touchdown -on -a six; yard run and six successful kicks for extra points. His other boot was blocked. . Notre Dame fumbles under jarring Purdue tackles led on two of the only touchdown of the first half, Roger Hagberg counting from the -one. Minnesota saw.little to brighten the overcast day until Judge Dickson flopped on'Don Cromer's fumble on the 48 .midway through :the second period. ' Hagberg,' Dickson and Bill-linn- sey marched Minnesota to thi two arid Hagberg tjvisted over on fourth down. That broke the dam. The Gophers came out roaring in the second half and scored in thi first three minute's, Stephens loft ing a long pass to' Larson 1 'after cleverly' faking the Hoosier'de- fense. The Gophers lost another ap parent touchdown by.a .penalty 3ut Stephens grabbed a fumble on :he Hoosier 26 a few minutes later and scored 'from the three after Jagberg had gained 25 yards in hree carries. It-was the first of a four touchdown avalanche in the fourth period. Annis picked off Wood; Moore's pass,to 'score one, Rogers went over on the end. of -a yard march, : and Joe : Salem jitched a 26 yarder to sophomore Lothner in the final minute'.'-' Not since Bernie Bierm'an's 1949 .the winners' touchdowns and .41- team crushM Iowa -^ had a len's field goal. Pass interceptions started two other Purdue'scoring drives. The Irish exactly matched Pur.. due in ground - gaining in spite of the 32 points difference in the final score. Notre Dame gained 256 yards on .the ground and 102 in the air for 358. Purdue also got 358 yards, 228 by rushing and -130 by passing. '" Other Purdue scorers besides • Allen and Tiller were John Elwell on a pass from Guttman, yards; sophomore Bob Wiater, 78 yards after taking a, lateral from Allen; Donn Mayoras, on a short plunge and sophomore Tom Yakubowski also on a plunge, Notre Dame's three touchdowns . the last against Purdue's third team, were made by Bob Scar- pitto on a 64-yard run, Angelo Dabiero on a 24-yard pass from George Haffner, and sophomore quarterback DaryrLamonica on a . 6-yard keeper. The Irish jmatched Purdue's, two first.-.period .touchdowns but never were even after 'Joe"Perkowski missed the first extra point kick. Purdue showed its potential last week by allowing UCIA two t o u c h d o w n s in "the first two minutes and then coming back to tie the Bruins 27-27. Notre Dame won its opener from California. Purdue /became the first team to hold-10 victories'over the Irish since Notre Dame took up football, although the : Boilermakers still trail 20-10 in the series. There have been two ties. Purdue 1431 6 0-51 / Notre Dame 13 00 6-19 Pur—Elwell 44 pass from Guttman (Allen kick) N.D.—Scarpitto 64 run (kick failed) Pur-Wiater 78 run (Men kick) ' . N.D.—Dabiero 24 pass from Haffner (Perkowski kick) "Pur—Mayoras 1 plunge (Allen kick) Pur—FG-Allen 34 Pur—Yakobowski 1 plunge (Allen kick) -Pur-Tiller 30 (Allen kick) pass from Allen Pur—Tiller 66 -punt jeturn '(Allen kick) Pur—Allen 6 run (kick, blocked) N.D.—Lamonica 7 run (run failed) Attendance 59,235. GOPHERS; Rojap--'.' MINNEAPOLIS ifAP) — Resur-- gent Minnesota smacked'Indiana 42-D' Saturday behind the second half exploits of quarterback Sandy Stephens and-the might of its massive line. - It was -Minnesota's most decisive victory in 11 years and heralded the Gophers' bid for a Minnesota team won in 1 such devastating fashion. I ji.d i. a n a gained occasionally deep in .Hoosier territory bul never had a chance to' open- up with fense. any kind of sustained 1 of- Indiana ..;.......-.0 Minnesota .;....*.0 0 0-0 7.28-42 (Rogers Minn—Hagberg .2- run kick) •;- -.' Minn—R.. Larson- 46 pass from Stephens (Rogers kick) Minn—Stephens 3 run (Rogers kick) Minn—Annis .68 interception run back (Rogers kick) Minn—Rogers 1 run (Rogers kick) Minn — L o t h n e r 28 pass from Salem (Rogers lack) 1 Attendance 55,725. DelphiWnsStk In Row, Peru Is NORTH" JUDSON '— Delphi's Oracles downed North 'Jildson's' Blu'ejays 21-0 here" Friday ' for their fifth straight victory of the season as Dick Widner starred by s.coring two touchdowns arid two extra points. ' • Widner, however, was hurt after the last TD and had to be helped from the field. Extent of his injury was not determined. . ' Widner" went 5 yards' to' score after, Delphi recovered a fumble and drove 24 yards in- the first period. .He also ran : point. In the second -period Widner scored again going one yard and'"Bob Small ran point on a keeper play. In the fourth period on a"fourth down and 15 to go, situation, Small threw to rightand Bill Harris who went 28 yards to score and Widner ran the extra point. Delphi'led in', first--downs 14-3, in rushing 185 yards to 80 yards, in passing 61 to 4 yards." Delphi lost 'three fumbles arid Judson lost one of three bobbles. Delphi completed 4 of 5 passes while Judson connected on' 1 of 5 and ost one by ir Summary:'" Delphi 7 North Judson, .0 Gators Nip , Georgia Tech " GAINESVILLE, ' Fla.•' (AB)'- Larry'Libertore, 138-pound quarterback,, led 'Florida,, to 'fan I8fl7 •upset victory-over 'Georgia* Tech Saturday in a .wild Southeastern Conference offensive battle. : * i '' " Florida was'.hevei*'ahead until/ with .33 seconds,to-.play'in the final quarter, - Libertore' went for two points ^on the extra-point option and tossed a .wobbly but' successful pass to-fullback Jon Macbeth "in the end zone. _ Bobby Dodd Jr., son^ of- the Georgia Tech coach, shared Florida's quarterBackin'g, with Libertore and" also had a big hand in beating his Dad's team by throw; Ing a 32-yard pass to Don. Deal in the final -touchdown drive. Florida drove 85 yards for its final touchdown in the" closing Jeff Upsets Toppers J2-6, Tiger sTriumph GRADE GRID SCORES ' Jefferson 12, McKinlcy 6 . Tiplon 37, Franklin 20 ~ Jefferson's .Wildcats, not pected to cut too much of-a figure in this year's, grade .school football race, bounced heretofore .unbeaten McKinley's" Hilltoppers from, the top of the' league with a crashing 12-6 victoryat Columbia field -Friday afternoon. Tiptoris powerful Tigers, steadily rising lo power' once more, stepped to the'head of < the class ~by racing past a dangerous team of Franklin Bulldogs at Riverside 37 to 20. The win was the third in ] the row for-Tipton.and it moved them to the league lead" when McKinley fell before Jefferson, LHS Trips Frankfort, Anderson Is Next Foe Logansport's Berries .got back on the winning track Friday night two jFrankfort by .pouncing ,on fumbles in the first half minutes bi the game, with Liber- McKinley started quickly by lore a'nd Dodd-alternating x at quar-1 scoring, shortly after the-opening ~ " ~ kickoff as.Ronnie Schroeder galloped 15 yards into the end zone. Bob Miller got it back in a hurry for Jeff, the big lad running 25 terback. Dodd got the Gators a first down at the Tech 3 and two smashes put Florida.a yard away iut Dodd'lost two. Libertore, then- returned to-the.- field and with clever faking pitched to'Lindy.Infante, who just .cleared the corner into' the .end j zone. Georgia Tech | Florida 010 0 7 1 0-17 3 ,8—18 .UPSET AT' SOUTH; BEND-Pwdue's, left end John Elwelhis shown, caiching a touchdown pass thrown by O^CapL Maury Guttman in the,first quarteif of- the game against-Notre'Dame's Irish. This TD was the first of many for the Boilermakers who ran up a" 51-19 decision in romping over Notre Dame. ; ; - (UPI Telephoto) Colts FavoreJ ToDefeatBears ByATouthdw/n By JBtKENSIL Associated, Press' Sports' Writer The''National' Football .League champion Baltimore Coltsi again branded the best.in--the western conference, .are favored ,to .beat ;he Chicago Bears by a touchdown today. The, .reasons '.are two guys' named Johnny and/three more named Andy, Milt'and Bob.. Johnny' Unitas is the all ; pro quarterback 'who threw a record 32 touchdown;passes,last'season and last week threw another, iii.the Colts'. 20 : 0 season-opening', victory iver Washington., .:".. '..' ', ; Johnny Sample" is the defensive jack who blunted-the .New York Hants', air .attack .in -the 1959 tile 'game'and headed a secondary hat intercepted 40 passes, .18 more han: any other, team'in the NFL ast .year. „ . V - ..-.-•' With him' in the Colt defensive )ackfield. will be. Andy VNelson, -Davis and rookie Bqb Boyd rora Oklahoma. Their job will be ,o stop the passing.of,Ed Brown terb'acks George Halas. shuffles constantly Law Sustains Ankle Sprain PITTSBURGH (AP)-; Vern Law, Pittsburgh's 20-game winner who was pummeled for eight runs in less than three innings in Milwaukee's 13-2 romp Friday 'night, pitched despite a sprained right ankle, it. was learned - Saturday. .The ace right-hander suffered the injury during ' the Pirates' pennant-clinching. celebration in the clubhouse in Milwaukee last Sunday but' kept the matter a secret. • It was not until Law came back to the\bench after -the' ^third inning, in which •• the- Braves, pounded -him for .five runs .that he told Manager Danny Murtaugh. Murtaugh,. ,who-, earlier this week had-nominated Law to, pitch the opener, of the World Series against .the Yankees, said the injury was not serious and he was not considering a change in plans. Royal Center Is Jr. High Champ Royal Center junior high base. - , - - . . . .- ball team won the county cham- m search of an explosive air, pjonship p , ayo{£ by defeating Tipton Tp. in a game at River- H.S. Football FRIDAY'S SCORES Auburn 13, Nappanee 7 Garrett 19, Bluffton 0 New Carlisle 40, Knox 7 nine minutes remaining Logan started on its fourth and final TD march. They picked up -five first downs by steady, driving plunges with the Kerns boys, Berndt, Bender and Mike Newton handling most of the work. When they reached the 8-yard line Bender up' and' fired a pass to Garnet Welch in the end zone and lhat Conference feature since each I put the clincher on the game. _ I converting each into a 'touchdown to battle past, the aerial-bombarding Hot Dogs at Stott Field in Frankfort 26 to 14, ' The, game, was a. North Central yards to quarter, score then just before the in the third period Miller suddenly broke loose on a 35 jard run to put the ball inside the 10-yard itripe. He went over on an end run from there. McKinley fought . , back and as the final quarter r ec ,f vers , he neared a close set up z long ' team was shooting for its first wjn in the league after having dropped openers previously. The result left Logan with a 1-1 rating in the-NCC and Frankfort at -0-2. Overall.the Berries are. 4-1 for the season and Frankfort 3-2; The triumph, the 22nd in 24 starts for .Logansport over a, thre&- vear span, was well deserved. -The locals displayed plenty, of spark, determination and drive both on offense and defense in turning back the Hot Dogs, who are rated 1 as one of the-more dan. gerous ball clubs, in the league. Doug Reid. : veteran QB.for the Hot Dogs, fired passes all over the place, hitting 11 of 26 with one finally going 25 yards for a TD to end Gary Johnson in-the second quarter. Reid kept popping awav but when he couldn't find march. The drive was halted on the two-yard line as time expired: .Tipton s i m'p'l y overpowered Franklin in the tilt at Riverside park but came away with a world of praise for the Bulldogs QB Phil Greensburg. 20, Cambridge City Hershberger, who'gave them fits alL afternoon and with. a.bit more help : might have ; knocked them galley-west. Hershberger threw one - pass to Fritz Muehlhausen for a second period -TD 'and ; then ran the extra point himself. He got a third period TD and ran game. The. Giants, . aiming. Jor their - s id e >park Vridav afternoon 11 to - " Terre Haute Garfield 14, Clinton 0 ' Brazil 7, Grawfordsviile 6 Sullivan 32, Washington 7 Evansville North 27, Evansville Bosse 7 Evansville Reitz 47, New Albany o- - '-.' Tell City 19,-Bedford 0 Princeton 14, Boonville 0 Jasper "60, Huntingburg 6 North-Central (Marion Co.) 26, Ben Davis 19 •'„ • •.--.. :-..-. Lebanon- 72,::Brownsburg 0 Louisville St. Xavier-47, Indpls. Attacks 0. • • :•: -.. : ' Kokomo 47; Elwood 0: i Warsaw 19; Rochester 7 Huntingdon 39, Columbia . City 0 New Castle 28 Indpls.. Scecina 20 : Indpls. .Cathedral 7, Indpls. 'Man ual 0 ' Indpls.' Howe 15, NoblesviUe 13 Marion 18, Anderson' 6, Fairmbunt 20, Eastern .19 East Chicago Washington 20, Michigan City. 7 Richmond 21, Indpls. Broad Ripple 12- • Indpls. Tech 6, Muncie Central 0 Sheridan 26, Westfield 7 .. Alexandria 28, ; Anderson Madi-. son Heights. 7 ' •'•„ Anderson Highland 13 Western 6 Klondike 19, East Tippecanoe 12 Lafayette 28 Indpls.Shorfridge 7 Lafayette 28, Culver Mil- ran exceptionally finally se: up a TD for himself in the.fourth' quarter, going the last yard. He passed to end Max Rogers - for one extra point and then 'ran the second PAT himself. Each Frankfort TD .only .served to narrow, the gap as Logan led, all the way. The Berries, sparked by sophomore Bob Kerns, who started for the first time at fullback, .broke away on a 27-yard .gallop.for'the first TD after Logan had recovered^ a fumb'le in the first 3^ minutes of play. Frankfort started a" rally--by Logan territory in' the point. Then in the fourth he | second riod but a fenble halted executed a neat handoff. to Bud j th ^ and Ker -^ broke Fissel .who went ten, yards toj !oose . on a 65 yard sprint to the SC M 6 " i, iu / ,j L ' '*.- S oal - On each ' of Ws TD ^ aunts Normally that would have-whip- j he was ably abetted by Unc i e Jim ped most teams but-not Tipton Kerns, who was -playing at left for the ^igers. jvere steaming, halfback. Nephew Bob" picked 'em up and laid 'em down fast once he scoring at least once in each, quarter and twich • each in the. second and third chapters. Dave Means got four TDs, Joe Means,got a touchdown and.' -an;' extra point, and; subv Johnny James-" swept aroun'd end for a.TD: That did it. Jefferson'- McKinley - Summary: ..-• ; --- -6 0 6 0 0—12 0- 6 TD-(J) MUler'2; (McK) Schroeder. .-' • . Tipton' . 6 12 12 7—37 Franklin ; 0 7, 7 6-20 TD—(T) ..Dave 'Means 4, Joe Means, James; (F) Muehlhausen, Hershberger, Fissel. PAT-(T) Joe Means; (F)' Hershberger 2. got loose. His 65 yard run was the longest of the season and it was a real pleasing sight to the host of Logan fans who followed the team to Frankfort for the game- After each of his TDs, quarterback' Jim (Buck) Bender con. verted with ' place-lacks.' Frankfort's first rally flurry forra TD left. Logan ahead 1« at the half. In the third period Logan drove 71 yards 'to score with Mike Berndt blasting over the last yard for the score. Bender's kick for point was blocked. That made it 20-7. Frankfort came back for its second score 1 early .-in the fourth period 'but with , nearly Bender's kick for point hit the goal post and bounced away,"faut it made no difference. -Frankfort 'couldn't recover from that final period savage drive Jhe Berries conducted. With Eeid passing mnnt of; the time the Hot Dogs racked up 17 first downs to 11 for Logan,but two of -their drives were stopped, by fumbles and two others by pass interceptions, Bender grabbing onevand John Busch the other. The Berries, heartened by their return'to : the victory column, now will get a needed rest before seeing action'again. They are idle next week- and- will resume play at Anderson on Oct, 14. Summary: Logans port .Ends—Vance, - Welch, Black, Hendricks. Tackles—Shook, Myers, Murray. Guards—Busch, B. Berndt Centers—DiGenova, Fitzgerald. Backs—Bender, J. Kerns', M. Berndt B. Kerns, Hillis, Newton, B. Smith:' -'•-... .Frankfort ' Ends-rRpgers, Johnson. Tackles—Unger,: Ryan, Ricn- ards. : • • Guards—Wilson,, Boyles, -.Clidence. • Center—Doan.. . Backs—Reid; Ayres, McClughen, 3arshraan, Keeyer. ... TD-(L) B. Kerns 2, M. Berndt, Welch; (F) Johnson, Reid. PAT-(L) Bender 2; (F) Ro- ;ers, Reid. First Downs—(L) H, (F) 17. Passes—(L). 4, completed 2; .(F) 26, completed 11, lost 2 on interceptions; Penalties-(L) 36 yards; (F) none. Tumbles-(L) 2, lost 1; .(F) 4, lost 3. Yards rushing—(L) 260; (F) 123. Yards passing—(L) 35,-(F) 174, •Y.ards on wickoffs—(U 35; (F) 38.Sconiig: Logan ' 776 6—2S -Txankfort .-070 7—14 Officials—Maas of Indianapolis; Green of Xafa3 r ette;. Priest of Anderson, i, . . .What.is believed to be the oldest limestone quarry operating in the United Stales'is located in Limerock,- H.I. It is generally- thought that it was - opened in 1643. -. : - . -'-. . . j fourth eastern; title in five years, .also play their first game within their conference after edging 7 0 00 7-21, 0—0 ZEBRAS LOSE WARSAW-Rochester's Zebras ^ost.a Central Indiana Conference contest to the" Warsaw gridders here Friday night 19 ; to 7:'Rochester gave it a'-'good 'try but couldn't match" the speed and power of the locals. Fumbles put a crimp in two Rochetser at- return "fo, 3ig Ten power after t emp t s tb get a TD drive going, years of failure. Minnesota beat Nebraska 26-14 last week. Stephens rifled a 46'y'ard"scor- ing pass to "Dick Larson early in the third period and later rammed over from the three after recov : ering a fumble' to turn a tight game into a romp. Center Jerry Annis made circus one -" hand interception later and rambled 68 yards to score, and the Gophers topped off a five touchdown bing in the second half with a 28 yard pass from Joe Salem to Dave Lothner and Jim Rogers' one yard buck. Because of Indiana's suspension for recruiting violations the game will not count in the conference won-lost column. Indiana shorn of key backfield .personnel b e c a u s'e of injuries, floundered on the attack. The Hoosiers nvere unable to advance beyond their own 38 yard line until later in the third period and failed to complete fourth; a pass until the .Tor one half, however,'they kept it' close. The Hoosiers< held ,"bff superior Minnesota -man power until the Gophers exploited a fum- ble'to drive 4S yards to score for PERU POPS WABASH PERU—Peru's 'Tigers pounded the Wabash Apaches for an 18-6 victory to keep - their winning streak alive in the Central Indiana Conference here Friday. The Tigers had to do it the hard way as they were shaded on first downs' 13 to '3 and completed, only-one "pass in-8 tries for eight yards, Wabash hit 9 of 16 aerials for 134 yards. Peru got 95 yards on the ground, the same as Wabash but salted away the game by intercepting five Apache'aerials.' Gtrald Slierrick got the first Peru TD on an' 85 yard runback of a punt. Otto Edwards went 12 yards for the second TD and Sherrick^ran. 45 yards with an inter- cepted.pass for the third one. " The lone .Wabash score was a 15-yard_pitchout to Dennis Duke: The win was Peru's fourth in a row. all inithe^CIC/IsThey stand 44forj.he;seasori.'.The*Tigersnow are" tied for, first place in the league with* Huntington. Summ'ary: "Peru 0 6 12 8-18 Wabash 0060—6" , The. win was the fifth in a row without defeat for the Royals, Sari,-Francisco 21-19 last week..| but Tipton did what no one else has done, - they scored on the albeit it came too late. The Giants are favored by- a transplanted Cardinals got under r^ 0 7rnan"'"Newelf"and Frank way last week-with an imp'ressive > Robinson each got three hits to 43-21 victory at Los Angeles. ' | set the pace f or Koyal Center ' '"while Jeff, Winings swatted ,-a The Detroit Lions, idle lastweek because of this year's 13-team alignment, open as 9-point underdogs to. the Packers" at"Green Bay. The Cleveland Browns are 7- point. home favorites over_ the Pittsburgh Steelers, and th'e 49ers rafe 7 better than the visiting Rams. .Washington is idle. The Philadelphia Eagles, considered a strong contender for the Eastern crown, evened their record at 1-1 Friday night, but it took two blocked conversion tries by defensive halfback Bobby Freeman for, a 27.-2S victory over the Dallas Cowboys. A disappointing crowd of 18,500 .turned, out to see the new Dallas' team lose its second straight close game at home. _, " AFL IS BUSY " By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS With Houston arid Boston idle, the six other members of the American ] 'Football League go into action Sunday in games matching teams whjch never have met before-"in regular season play. The only western division'teams meeting each other are Denver and Oakland. Denver is'tied with home-run for Tipton; The loss was Tipton's only one of the fall season, haying won the southern rcounty title with a 4-0 mark. Summary: R H E Royal Centep- 11 8 1 Tipton Tp. 253 DeWitt. and Conn; Snyder. and Anderson. Muncey, Musson Win Hydroplane Races MADISQNf Ind. (AP)— Bill Muncey and Ron Musson-piloted Miss Thriftway and Nitrogen Too to victories Saturday in the first two heats of the Goveinor's Cup Race for unlimited hydroplanes— the big race at'the two-day-Madison Regatta. A crowd, .'estimated at 100,000 lined the Ohio River bank to see the racesf The three final heats in the Governor's Cup are scheduled for Sunday. STOPS JAP Dallas for the lead in that division, j MANILA (AP) — Bert Somodio each with twb 'victories'"against one defeat. Oakland has'won one out of three, beating Houston 14-13 while losing- to the same team, 37-3, and to Dallas 34-16. • ••"Data's,'the pre-season favorite which rcas upset i by Los' Angeles in its opener 21-20, takes on the New York Titans .in' Dallas. 'After the 'setback by Los Angeles, Dal; las" bounced iact to beat Los An- geles'17-0 arid Oakland 44-16.' The Titans tied with Houston fo'r the eastern division lead, have defeated Buffalo 27-3,'and Denver,' 28-24, while losing tb'Boston,"28-24, in'a game which'ended in a rhubarb oyer^he legality of the game- winning final-.play. >_ "•< of the Philippines Saturday night stopped Keiichi Ishikawa of Japan in the eighth-round of their 12- round-bouLfor Somodio's Orient" junior welterweight boxing cnam- pionship. Somodio weighed I38 j /i pounds, 'Ishikawa' 139J4. itary 3 . .Lafayette' Catholic 19, Danville CDD Schlarman 13 . , ? - ". : .Wheatfield 25, -Fair' Oaks 24 ' Kentland 20, Mount' Ayr 6 Indpls. Sacred Heart 34, Indpls. Washington 13 ••South Bend Washington 12, Mishawaka 6 Elkhart 25, Fort. Wayne Central 20 Bremen 19, Plymouth 0 Hobart 34, Gary Roosevelt ,0 .Gary Mann 33 Gary Tolleston 20 Crown Point 27, Gary Edison 6 Valparaiso ,'35, .Rensselaer 13 Por^ge 20, Merrillville 13 ~ Hammond 61,- Hammond Tech 0 Hammond Clark 13,,. Highland. 7 Hammond Morton 25, Whiting 12 i La Porte 33, Hammond Noll 6| - Jeffersonville .,41, Rushville 21 Sheridan 20, Westfield, 7. Fort Wayne South 14, Fort Wayne North 12 , • Fort Wayne Catholic 34, Missis- sinewa 7. TIMBERLAKE'S HAVE IT Just one shave with a NEW Sch'ck 3 Speed and you'll never be satisfied with any other razor! Umpires And Scorers Named For The Series T NEW, YORK (AP)-Ford Frick, commissioner of baseball, Saturday named umpires and'"scorers for the World Series,, opening in Pittsburgh Wednesday. The umpires will be: (National League) Dusty Boggess, Bill,.Jackowski, Stan Lan'des; 1 (American League) John Stevens, Nester Chylak, Jim Honochick. | I The, sporers: Edgar Munzel, Chicago Sun-Times; Jack Her;non, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and Joe Trimble, New York .Daily News' \. Read the Want Ads! ALL-NEW 1066 SCHICK 3 SPEED Mightiest shaving instrument ever invented! Not just 3 speeds..." but the largest head ever put on any razor! 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