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10-A Owtntoro, Ky., Mnngtr wd Inquirer Sun., Oct. 13, 1957 ONCE MORE AROUND By MERRILL McCORD Sports Editor );! . U rs fail cky By S-0 jcore To our knowledge, a total of 18 boys from Owensboro ond Daviess County ore attending college this year on athletic scholarships. Owensboro High leads with 10 graduates playing college sports, while Daviess County has four. Western has three ond Catholic has one. Kelly Chapman, on Owensboro Tech graduate, was attending the University of Kentucky on a basketball scholar ship but quit school recently and returned to Tyler, Texas, to go into business with his father-in-law. For the past two seasons, Chapman played with Tyler Junior College where he set all kinds of scoring records. Of the 18 local boys on college athletic scholarships, 11 are playing football, six basketball, and one baseball. Five of the boys are at UK, and three are at Western Kentucky State College. Two others are at Indiana, Tyler, University of Idaho, and Kentucky .Wesleyan College. Owensboro High has four graduates playing football at UK. They are Bobby Cravens, Waymond Morris, Don Moore, and Charlie Sturgeon. Paul Anderson Jr., an !pHS graduate, has a UK football scholarship but will play baseball !at Kentucky and will help manage -he freshman football squad. Two of last year's Owensboro football squad are at Western this fall. They are Gerald Poynter and Lewis Johnson. At Indiana from ;OHS are Scotty Plain and Teddy Smith. Both are 1954 graduates. 'Smith has two more years of eli gible playing after this season because he was held out during his sophomore year last season. , Durwood Neel, last year cage star for Owensboro, is at Itawamba Junior College, Fulton, Miss. Two former Daviess County basketball players are enrolled at Wesleyan this fall. They are Earl Ray Roberts and Bennie Horrell. Horrell, 1956 graduate of county high, is on an athletic scholarship, while Roberts, who starred for Daviess County- last season, recently was named recipient of the first have fared without Wes Covington, Red Schoendienst, or Hank Aaron Odds and ends Owensboro headi grid Coach Ralph Genito tells us the Owensboro - Henderson City Thanksgiving Day clash will be held in Henderson City aa planned. According to Coach Genito, Henderson officials say they want to win the eame at home. It was rumored for a while the game Statistics would be transferred to Owens boro after Barret Stadium was condemned because a section fell through during the Henderson- Bowling Green tussle a few weeks ago ... In a feature story last week on the Honey-Krust baseball team, it was erroneously stated that Doug Payne and Bud Keller started but did not finish the season with the team. Keller completed the season, but. Payne and Delmer Ulmer did not. Wildcats Hold 9th Ranked Tigers To Lone Touchdown By LEROY SIMMS AUBURN, Ala. w Unbeaten Auburn was pushed to the limit Saturday to take a 6-0 victory over Kentucky in a rugged Southeastern Conference football game marred by frequent penalties. Billy Atkins, fullback for the 9th ranked Tigers, slammed across from the 6 in the third period for the only score. It came early in the quarter to end a 36-yard drive, started when Atkins pounced on a Wildcat fumble after he had knocked the ball loose from quarterback Lowell Hughes on a pitch-out play. A 15-yard personal foul penalty Kentucky Auburn First down 10 9 Rushing yardage 172 123 Passing yardage 69 90 Passes 4-7 4-12 Passes intercepted by 0 0 Punts 6-40.2 8-45.2 Fumbles lost 4 2 Yards penalized 60 55 !"""" i m "mi iiiiw ' fw wmmmammuxi ,m.ii i mi. n .ii.mnm n 1ii.jWipw ,m gmiinwiiw m '.m I ., . . s i . I . fJ i 't-i-iUv r ( j Wesleyan Publicity Director Resigns For Newspaper Job annual Daviess County Scholar- snip wnicn is awaroea mrougnState Fairgrounds, conations irom uwensDoro anu BC-TV, 8 p m.) This Week's Sports Calendar TODAY Professional Football Baltimore vs Green Bay at Milwaukee Chicago Cards at Pittsburgh Los Angeles at Detroit New York at Washington Philadelphia at Cleveland San Francisco at Chicago Bears MONDAY Elementary School Football Catholic eighth graders at Henderson City (night) WEDNESDAY Boxing Ralph "Tiger" Jones vs Jackie LaBau, middleweights, 10 rounds Louisville county citizens. Another county graduate, Tom my Calypoole, was enrolled at Wesleyan on a scholarship this fall but has quit to enter the service. Charles Anderson, a 1955 Daviess County graduate, is at Tyler Junior College on a basketball scholarship. Jerry Wilder, who finished Daviess County last May, has a football scholarship at Western College. We believe Billy Martin, who is at Tyler on a basketball scholarship, is the first Catholic High " School graduate to receive a college scholarship. Martin, of course, " will play baseball also at Tyler. Western High has a football and a basketball graduate at the Uni- versify of Idaho. Joe Jackson, a 1 1957 graduate, is the gridiron star, and Whaylan Coleman, a junior at IU, was the team's regular forward last season. Bill Griffith, a 1953 Western graduate, is Tennessee State's reg' ular fullback. Two other Western graduates, Melvin Smith and Charles Wim- satt, had scholarships to Tennessee State, but they turned them down. . If we have missed any local boys on college athletic scholarships, we would like to hear about "them. Among the losers We'll take 'our bows tomorrow in our roundup of Western Kentucky Conference football games, but today we must chalk up a miss in the World Series. We picked the Yanks ;in six games and said most of the games would be decided by one or two runs. At least, we were right on the latter, as three games were yon by a two-run margin and Jwo were determined by one run. Since we took the Yankees, we had to pull for them, which marked the first time we've ever favored the New York club. So now the Yanks have let us down every time, whether we were for them or against them. . We will accept our defeat with grace, but in our predictions we said our choice was assuming that THURSDAY Junior High Football Eastern at Foust Thruston at Southern Catholic at Whitesville FRIDAY Boxing Rory Calhoun vs. Rocky Castel- Iani, middleweights, Madison Square Garden, N. Y. (NBC-TV, 8 p.m.) Elementary School Football Catholic eighth graders at East ern High School Football Daviess County at Owensboro (WOMI, WVJS) Owensboro Catholic at Morgan- field Western High at Cairo, 111. Gleason, Tenn., at Fulton Providence at Henderson County Henderson City at Sturgis Hopkinsville at Mayfield Madisonville at Murray Trigg County at Russellville Boonvrile, Ind., at Crittenden County Caldwell County at Green Horse Racing The Spinster, $50,000, 3, olds, fillies and mares, Keeneland. SATURDAY Professional Basketball St. Louis Hawks vs Detroit Pistons at Sportscenter (8 p.m.) High School Football Paducah at Evansville Bosse College Football Kentucky at LSU (night, WOMI, WVJS) Pardue at Michigan State (WOMI, 12:30 p.m.) Tennessee Tech at Western (WVJS, 1:45 p.m.) Dayton at Louisville Murray at Morehead Eastern at East Tennessee Georgetown at Centre , Indiana at Ohio Stale Vanderbilt at Penn Slate against Kentucky had placed the ball on the 6. It came after Tommy Lorino, 165-pound Auburn halfback, was stopped on the 21 by Lou Michaels, Kentucky's All-America tackle candidate. Lorino made 6 on the run, but was out of the game for several minutes. Otherwise, it was mostly a case of two rugged lines stopping offensive threats. Auburn drove to the Kentucky 4 after the touchdown but a. fourth down p'unge failed to get the needed yard. Michaels, great on defense all day, was booed by the Aubnrn partisans when he left the game momentarily in the final period. But they cheered him when he came back. , Great play by Auburn ends Red Phillips and Jerry Wilson contained the Wildcat attack. In addition to the one which died on the 4, Auburn had other scoring opportunities in the first period, when a drive ended on the 24, and again when a fumble stopped the Tigers on the Kentucky 21 in the last period. Kentucky came closest on the last minute of the first period and the first minute of the second when an Auburn fumble was covered by Dick Blocker on the Tiger 21. After a play netted a yard. Auburn was penalized 5,' but Phillips and guard Zeke Smith threw Bobby Cravens for a loss of 4 and two passes were batted down. Despite the Auburn edge in scor ing chances, Kentucky had GAINS SIX FOR KENTUCKY Lowell Hughes, (17), Kentucky quarterback, goes into the air as he is hit hard by Billy At kins (39), Auburn fullback, but not until he had gained six yards around right end, in first AP Wirephoto quarter of game at Auburn, Ala. Saturday. No. 65 is Jimmy Johns, Ky. Guard. Navy Closes Strong To Beat California 21 to 6 BERKELEY, Calif. WV-Chunky Ned Oldham steadied a jittery Navy offense Saturday and led the hard pressed Middies over a stub born California football team 21-6. A crowd of 57,000 in Memorial Stadium watched team captain Oldham turn a 0-6 halftime deficit into a decisive victory. Navy fumbles, penalties and in effective passing contributed to California's second quarter touchdown. Navy fullback Ray Well-born's fumble was recovered by Curt Iakuea on the Middie 16. Jack Hart ran the ball to the Navy 4 and on fourth down plunged over from the one. Holy Cross Takes Measure Of Marquette 26-7 MILWAUKEE m Quarterback Tom Greene fired three touchdown passes and snaked his way four yards for a fourth Saturday as Holy Cross saddled Marquette with its 14th consecutive football defeat, 26-7. The Crusaders scored three times in the first half for a. 9-0 lead, coasted in the third period with second and third stringers in action, and then registered their an i final touchdown in the fourth Navy's erratic game showed no signs of jelling until the second half, but from there until the finish it was all Navy. Eleven minutes into the third period, Navy engineered a 55-yard drive and scored in 12 plays on quarterback Pat Eood's three-yard pass to end Tom Hyde in the end zone. Oldham converted and Navy led 7-6. With Oldham running foe big gains and Navy passes starting to connect, the midshipment went 79 yards on eight plays for another touchdown in the final period. Oldham's 53-yard run was the big feature. Quarterback Tom Forrestal plunged the last three. In the closing moments, Oldham intercepted Darrel Roberts' pass on the California 20 and smashed back to the 1. He then plunged over and followed with his third conversion. Navy 0 0 7 14-21 California 0 8 0 00 Navy scoring touchdowns: Hyde (3, pass from Flood); Forrestal (3, plunge); Oldham (1, plunge). Conversions: Oldham 3. California scoring touchdown: Hart (1, plunge). Iowa State Profits By Kansas Mistakes To Win By 21 To 6 LAWRENCE, Kan. tfi - Alert Iowa State turned three Kansas mistakes into touchdowns and knocked off the listless Jayhawks 21-6 in a Big Eight Conference foot ball game Saturday. Iowa State's second victory of the season, against a loss and a tie, came before a stunned par ents' day crowd of 21,000. Kansas, with a 1-1-1 record entering the game, had been favored by a touchdown. Playing strictly power football from the single wing, the Cyclones scored twice in the second quarter on plunges of less than a yard by fullbacks Ron Phol and Terry Ingram. The Jaybawks made a contest of it only for a brief stage of the third quarter. Quarterback Wally ; Strauch's passing moved Kansas 54 yards for a touchdown Homer Floyd scored on a plunge. But the attempted conversion was blocked and Kansas was through offensively for the day. Bob Henderson, Kentucky Wes leyan College publicity director for the oast 13 months, has resigned his position to become editor of a daily newspaper in his Hometown, Ruston, La. His resignation becomes effective Tuesday. A native of Rustoh, Henderson joined Wesleyan's faculty in September of last year as instructor of journalism and director of the school's news bureau. Prior to his appointment, he attended graduate school at Northwestern State Col lege in Natchitoches, La. He received his bachelor's de gree in physical education from Louisiana Tech in 1952, following a tour of duty in the U. S. Air Force during the Korean War. He later received a bachelor's degree in journalism from the same col lege. In addition. to Northwestern State, he has also done graduate work at Louisiana State University. Henderson is a former sports writer for a daily newspaper in Shreveport, La., and at one time served as sports editor of his hometown paper, The Ruston Daily Leader. Since joining the KWC staff, he has also resided in the men's dormitory and served as men's BOB HENDERSON the Panogram, bi-weekly student newspaper. In August he became a charter member of the College Sports Information Directors of America while representing Wesleyan at an organizational convention at Chicago. He is also affiliated with the U. S. Basketball Writers Associa- counselor, and was the advisor tojtion. Basketball Clinic Slated Wednesday At County High The annual basketball clinic, sponsored by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, will be held at Daviess County High School at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Charlie Vettiner, dean of Kentucky's officials and the state's Flying Dutchman, will conduct the clinic. Roy G. Settle, regional representative of KHSAA, will direct the local clinic. Officials are required to attend a clinic annually to be eligible to officiate high school games. For the first time this year, head coaches, also, are required to attend to be eligible to coach. Vettner, assisted by Joe Billy Mansfield, assistant commissioner of the KHSAA, are conducting 15 such clinics over the state. The clinic here will mark the end of a 1,900-mile clinic tour for the pair in the state. BROWN'S TV SERVICE MU 3-7447 4th & Leitchfield Rd. Servlca a tt Baku f TT'f Off Tin I f Mo: thr rrl. WESTINGHOUSE DEALER READ THE WANT ADS! 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Two intercepted passes and a bad pass from center helped set up three of Holy Cross' four touchdowns. 2 Runners-Up To Play At Sacramento Today Two baseball runners-up will meet in an exhibition game this afternoon at Sacramento. The Calhoun Merchants will Mickey Mantle and Bill Skowron'play RCA Whirlpool of Evansville. would be able to play for the Jake Ashton or Jerry Wiggins will Yanks. Skowron played only the! hurl for Calhoun, and Jim Wallace first part of the first game and! will start on the mound for Evans- did not return until the final con test. Mantle, as usual, was not in very good shape. We still maintain the Yanks could have taken ville. Calhoun was runner-up to Madisonville in the Southern Division playoffs of the Ohio Valley League. the series if these two top batters 'Evansville was runner-up in the bad been in tip top shape. In!Tri-County League playoffs. case you think this is sour grapes, bow do you think the Braves would The game will begin at 2 p.m. Admission will be 25 cents. Washington Stale Whips Stanford By Score Of 21-18 PALO ALTO, Calif. Washington State's vaunted passing attack, held in check through most of the game, came to Jife for two fourth quarter touchdown throws by Bobby Newman, the second with 44 seconds to go, and a 21-18 victory over Stanford Saturday. A crowd of 25,000 watched the opportunistic Indians, race to an 18-0 lead at half time in this game betweeq two of the four Pacific Coast Conference football teams eligible for the Rose Bowl bid. Stanford's Al Harrington scored twice in the first quarter, both on short plunges, and fullback Chuck Shea tallied the -third touchdown in the second quarter on i 7 yard run. I Syracuse Crushes Cornell By 34 To 0 ITHACA, N.Y. w Dan Fog. arty, remodeled from a quarterback into a halfback in three short weeks, was involved in the scoring of Syracuse's first three touchdowns Saturday as the Orange eleven smothered Cornell 34-0. Then, after Syracuse bad built up a 26-0 halftime advantage, Fog-arty took over direction of the Syracuse reserves as quarterack and led them to another marker. The two rivals engaged in a punting duel during the first quarter but in the second Syracuse broke it wide open with four touchdowns, Fogarty getting one on a 2-yard plunge and another on a 30-yard pass from Chuck Zimmerman. In the same period he also passed to Dake Baker in a maneuver that covered 2 yards. Windridge Club Gels Membership Goal Slock up The newly-organized Windridge Country Club has reached its goal of 300 members, officials announced yesterday. Officials said stock in the club has been increased from $360 to $475, including taxes. 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