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PAGE EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE ind LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER J, IMS. Yanks Win 14th In Row Over Boston Down Boston 3 To 1; Pi rates Trim Braves NEW YORK (AP)-Rookie Bill Stafford, Jim Coates and Bob Turley pitched the New York Yankees to their 14th straight •win, 3-1 over the Boston .Red Sox Saturday. t Stafford, a right-hander, started the game and held the Red 'Sox to three hits before being relieved by Coates at the start of the fourth. Turley worked the last 'four innings. Coates received credit for the victory, his 13th against 3 losses. Boston 000 000 001^-1 7 1 New York 102 000 OOx—3 6 0 Nichols, Sullivan (3), Stallard (7) and Pagliaroni; Stafford, Coates (4), Turley (6) and Gonder. W—Coates (13-3. L—Nichols (0-2). BUCS BLAST BRAVES PITTSBURGH (AP) - The Na- Jional League champion Pittsburgh Pirates shelled Warren •Spahn off the mound Saturday ."and went on to defeat the.Mil- • waukee Braves 7-3. They had lost four straight to Milwaukee. Spahn, seeking his 22nd victory, was raked for six runs on as many hits, including a .'two-run single by Dick Groat, in. the fourth inning. Spahn left in the fourth to be charged with his 10th •-.defeat. Groat was. making his first start •since he sustained a wrist fracture Sept. 6. The Pirates' shortstop and captain cracked two singles in five • .times at bat. He'had five assists and two putouts without a mis- "•cue and figured in two double plays. Bob Friend pitched the first . -seven innings for the Pirates. He allowed nine hits and was credit•'' ed with his 18th triumph. Elroy • Face finished up. ^Milwaukee 001 000 200—3.11 1 Pittsburgh 100 800 OOx—7 -13 1 , • Spahn, WiUey (4), Fox (7), and "'Crandall; Friend, Face (8), and ."Smith. W-Friend (18-12). \L Spahn (21-10). HOSE CRUMBLE CHICAGO (AP)-The Chicago .White Sox blew an 8-1 lead Saturday and dropped into third place .in the American League race as the Cleveland Indians stormed from behind to a 9-8 victory. , Johnny Romano, who hit a' two- ; run homer in the eighth, drove in • •the winning run,in the ninth with a sacrifice fly. Cleveland 001 003 041—9 16 1 Chicago 030 050 000—8 11 2 . Stigman, Harshman (6), Klippstein (8), and Romano; Baumann, Staley (7), Garcia (8), McBride (9), and Carreon. W—Klippstein (5-5. L—McBride (0-1). Home runs — Cleveland, Roma^no (16), Piersall (18). Chicago, ' Freese (17), Sievers (28). fir si Cage Call At LHS Monday .First call for basketball candidates for the Logansport high school squad in the 1960-61 season will take, place at Berry Bowli Monday, Coach Jim Jones reported Saturday. . I Only'players not now engaged in fall sports such as football and cross count»y will answer the early call, Jones said. •The Berries have ten-members of last spring's tournament'twelve returning but Coach Jones said that the field is wide .open in. the battle for berths on the varsity team. The Berries open the cage season against Winamac here on Wednesday, Nov. 23; the night before Thanksgiving. This is a later starting date than .usual and provides boys in football three extra practice' days from the end of the grid season.to switch over to the hardwood sport. COLLEGE FOOTBALL EVANSTON, HI: Iowa CapL Jerry Mauren breaks over left guard at Northwestern' 45 yard line and races 46 yds for Iowa's 1st TD. Northwestern placers: Larry Onesti (50), Fate Echols (75), Bud Melvin (78), Wayne Chamberlain (66), Mike Stock (40), Russ Asala (70). Iowa play-. ,ers: Al Hinton (71), Bill Van Buren (50), Eugene Mosley (32) and Felton Rogers (81). (UPI Telephoto) WINS NO. 18 WASHINGTON. (AP) - Chuck Estrada won his 18th game of the season with a five-hitter Saturday as the Baltimore Orioles edged the Washington Senators, 3-2. Baltimore 000 300 '000—3 10 0 Washington 000 200 000—2 5 1 Estrada and Triandos; Kra-lick, Stobbs (9) and Battey. W— J Estrada (18-11). L—Kralick (8-6). ROBERTS IS WINNER . ' PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Robin ^Roberts pitched the Philadelphia ^Phillies to a 7-3 victory over the ^Cincinnati Reds Saturday. It was Roberts' 12th victory in 28 ,'deci-: •sions. The Phils overcame a 2-1 ^deficit with three runs in the '.fourth.. . Cincinnati 100 100-100—3'- 7 2 "Philadelphia 100 320 lOx—7 10 0 -.'. Maloney, Richards (5); .Henry .'•(7) and Azcue; Roberts and Dal- •Srymple. W-Roberts (12-16). .L-r Maloney (2-6).' - . , ' ' ' Home runs — Cincinnati, Bell •(12). Philadelphia, Del Greco (10) GIANTS FLIP CARDS " SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The "San Francisco Giants boomed St. Louis to thir4 place in the National League Saturday by whipping the Cardinals 7-2 on rookie Juan Marichal's 8-hitter., The Cardinal defeat left St. Louis two games behind second-place Milwaukee with only one game to play. St. Louis 000 DOO 110—2 8 2 San Fran. ' 131 020 OOx—7 6 'l Broglio, Simmons (3), Gibson (7), Grim (8) and Smith, McCarver (5); Marichal and Landrith. W—Marichal (6-2). L — Broglio (21-9). TIGERS NIP A'S KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Detroit Tigers pounded out 15 hits .for a 64 victory over Kansas City Saturday niht. Al Kaline led the attack, which rocked Bud Daley from the mound in the eighth and gave the victory to Bob Bruce. Detroit 002 000 040—6 15 1 Kansas City 000 002 020-4 13 0 Bruce, Sisler (8) and Chiti; B. Daley, Davis (8), Wichersham (9) and P. Daley. W-^Bruce (4-6)V L ..-B. Daley (16-16). By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Boston U. 20, Holy cross 14 Missouri 21, Penn State 8 Yale 9, Brown 0 Princeton 49, Columbia 0 Massachusetts 27, Harvard 12 Lehigh 45, Colgate 22 Dartmouth 15, Penn 0 Cornell 15; Bucknell 7 Lafayette 20, 'Muhlenberg 14 Johns' Hopkins 12, Franklin & Marshall 6 Rutgers 19, Connecticut 6 Maine 27, Vermont 0 Tufts 43, Bates 12 Amherst 14, Delaware 12 Wash & Lee 23, Dickinson 6 Slippery Rock 13, Ediboro 7 . Duke 20, Maryland 7 N.C. S'tate 26,- Virginia 7 Clemson'13, VPI 7 Florida 18, Georgia Tech 17 Georgia 38, South Carolina 6 Citadel 21, 'Davidson 15 •- VMI 21, Richmond 6 Wm. & Mary 19, George Wash 9 Miss. State 0, Tennessee 0 . Syracuse ,14, Kansas 7 Illinois 33, West Virginia 0 Michigan State 24, Michigan 17 Ohio St. 20, Southern Calif. 0 Iowa 42, Northwestern 0 Purdue 51, Notre Dame 19 Minnesota 42, Indiana 0 Wisconsin 35, Marquette 6 Oklahoma'15, Pitt 14 Iowa State 10, Nebraska 7 Ohio U. 25, Kent 8 Detroit 26, Xaiver (Ohio) 6 . Case 20, John Carroll 8 Bowling Green 21, Miami (Ohio) 12 Oberlin 34, Hiram 0 Air Force 32, Stanford 9 Colorado 27, Kansas State 7 Army .28, California 10 Wichita 14, Montana State Col. 3 St. Thomas (Minn.) 32, Hamline 0 , Depauw 15, Indiana State 7 Washington (St. Louis) 10,'Wabash 8 Sewanee 22, Millsaps 12 ' .Navy 15, Washington 14 .. . Illinois College. 21, -Rose Poly 14 Taylor 21", Earlham 6 St. Joseph's .(Ind.) 24, Butler 6 Anderson-2.7, Manchester 0, Franklin 32, Hanover 0 DePaiiw 15,'Indiana State'7' ' •: Washington of ,St. 'Louis 10,. Wabash 8 , , Ball State' 14, Eastern Illinois 6 Westminster (Utah) 7, College of Idaho .0 Utah State 31, Denver 8 Montana 18, Idaho 14 •' -Idaho State 46, .Western (Colo.) State 21 - . '.-..• Iridia'na Central 42, Illinois '(Chicago Branch) 0' Florida St 14, Wake Forest, 6 Carnegie Tech 14, Waynesburg (Pa.) 6 Auburn 10, Kentucky 7 Arkansas 7, TCU 0 / Cincinnati 21, North Texas 9 Ba'ylor 7, Louisiana State 3 Alabama 21, Vanderbilt 0 .Marshall li Toledo V Texas 17, Texas Tech 0 . Michigan Tech. 21, Moorhead (Minn.) State 6 ' , ' .' North Dakota 27, South Dakota 7 Auguslana' (S.D.) .21, S, Dakota State 20. . Rice'10, Tula'ne 7 Tulsa 21, Hardin-Simmons 7 Mississippi 31, Memphis $1; 19 Evansville 17, Valparaiso 14 Orange Squeeze By Kansas 14-7 LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)-Syracuse spotted Kansas a 7-point lead in the early minutes, then had to l all stops for a fourth-period iouchdown and a 14-7 football victory Saturday., Syracuse marched 80 yards for its first touchdown following the second-half kickoff but failed trying to run for a 2-point conversion and trailed 7-6 going into the final period. The nation's second-ranked 'earn needed a final tremendous push to settle the game. The Orangemen won it with ittle more than 10 minutes remaining when halfback Ernie Davis wedged into the end zone from the 1-yard line. A clutch pass for 18 yards from back Dick Easterly to halfback Dick Reimer set up the play for Davis. Quarterback Dave Sarette passed to Davis for the 2-point conversion that ended the scoring in the nationally televised battle. Kansas shocked the Orangemen in the opening minutes when halfback Bert Coan swept end for 11 yards and a touchdown a couple of plays after the Jayhawks had recovered an enemy fumble on the Syracuse 21. John Suder kicked the extra point. Kansas lost a fourth-quarter bid for victory on a penalty. Curtis McClinton swept 21 yards around end and into pay dirt but the Jay- hawks were called back for illegal procedure. Tlje play followed Syracuse's second touchdown. Syracuse 0 0 ;6 8—14 Kansas .. 7000—7 Goldstine Starts For Ball St. Frosh Ball State's frosh football team opens Its collegiate season Monday playing the Wabash Frosh at Muncie with an ex-Berry lineman in the starting .eleven and three others'ori the reserve group. Phil Goldstine, 200 pound tackle will be at the left tackle spot for the .Cardinals'in the first game. The Bothers from here on the squad are Bob- Gast,,,guard; Charles Meade, quarterback and Mike Werich, center. , '••; Tig Sports Cord ForTheWeek CROSS COUNTRY . Monday—LHS Varsity at Winamac, 4 p.m. (Maich .with. Tipton to be . later'in week).. : ••.:".: FOOTBALL Monday—LHS Frosh and J-V's vs. Lafayettee Tecumseh and Jeff of Lafayette J-Vs at LHS Stadium, starts 5:30 p.m. (Early starting time requested < by Lafayette, which is on. fast time. Wednesday—Lincoln Jr. High at Rochester;. -Riley - Fairview vs. Saints in city series Jr. High game at LHS Stadium. Both games at 7 p.m. American League ; W. L. Pel. New , York ;.... 96 57 .627: Baltimore';.... 88 65 .575 Chicago ....'... 87 66 .569' Cleveland" ..... 75 78 .490 Washington .... 73 80 .477 Detroit ....... 71 82 .464 Boston ....'..... 65 88 .425 Kansas City 57 96 .373 National League W. L. Pet. Pittsburgh Milwaukee St. Louis ....... 86 67 .562 x-Los 'Angeles 81 71 .533 San Francisco . 78 75 .510 Cincinnati ..... 67 86 .438 x-Chicago ..... 59 93 .388 Philadelphia ... 58 95 .379 & 59 .614 88 65 .575' G.B. 8 9 21 23 25 31 38 G.B. 6 8 16 27 ^34% 36 Indiana High School Football South Bend Central 20, South Bend Adams 7 Indpls. Park 26, Ind. Deaf-School .13 -.,.--. Gary Wallace 19, Gary Emerson 7 Gary Froebel 32, Calumet 20 Chesterton 26, Valparaiso "B" 0 Indpls. Wood ..31, Terre Haute Schulte 13 ers, Illini Victors Easy UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (AP) —Missouri's backs danced the Missouri waltz in quicklime Saturday and gave Eastern power Penn State a sound 21-8 beating. Mel West, Donnie Smith and Norris Stevenson provided most of the footwork that shot the visiting Tigers into a 14-0 halftime lead and put the game out .of reach in the final quarter after favored Penn State had scored its eight points. But the name that became most familiar to the 35,500 Homecoming Day spectators was that of Missouri .end Danny La Hose. He scored-the first touchdown when he gathered in a pass by quarterback Ron Taylor for 16 yards to complete an 80-yard drive at the start of the second quarter. Before that he had recovered two fumbles by State in State territory to set up scoring threats. Missouri 0 14 0 7—21 Penn State 0080—8 ILLINI ON SPREE CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP)—Pitchouts jarred West Virginia's stubborn defenses in the third quarter Saturday and Illinois scored three times to wrap up a 33-0 victory in the first football meeting of the two schools. .The Illini, ranked No. 4 nation ally, looked sluggish against the fired-up Mountaineers in the first half but finally took a 7-0 lead in the second quarter on Bill Brown's four-yard off tackle smash. It ended a-54 yard drive in 9 plays, highlighted by John Easterbrook's 27 yard pass to junior end Dick Newell—a battery that proved excellent in the last half surge. The Mountaineers only three times got beyond midfield, their best thrust being to the 29 against Illinois' third team in the last quarter. West Virginia 0000—0 Illinois 0 7 20 6—33 Bears Nip W abash ' CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — John Claiborne's 24-yard field goal with less than three minutes left on the clock gave Washington of St. Louis the thrust it needed Saturday afternoon to edge Wabash 10-8 in a -non - conference football game. Claiborne's kick came with 2:34 showing on the clock and with Wabash leading 8-7. The same Claiborne last year booted a field goal with less than_a minule leff as Washington edged the Little Giants 17-15 .in St. Louis. . The Bears drew.first blood Saturday going 51'yards in 10 plays. Charlie Sherertz went over after a 26-yard .pass from Bill Nelson to Bud Methan put the ball on Wabash 2. , Wabash tallied when Rudy Folta pitched out to Jack McHenry, who completed the aerial to John Hayl-Ru'dy Folta ran for two extra points which gave the Little Giants the lead. Washington. 0 7 0 3—10 Wafaash ...........0 800—8 Wash—Sherertz 2 run (Claiborne kick) • ', ' '. ( Wab—Hay 13 pass from McHenry (Folta- run) Wash—FG Claiborne 24 Yesterday's 'Results NATIONAL LEAGUE 'Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati 3 Pittsburgh;?, Milwaukee 3 San Francisco 7; St Louis 2 Chicago 2, Los Angeles 0 (Game • in 4th)- •••"•'- . AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 3, Boston 1 •'• Baltimore 3, Washington 2 Cleveland:*, Chicago 8 Detroit », Kansas City 4 St. Joe Crushes Butler 24 Jo 6 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - St. Joseph's took a long step toward reclaiming the Indiana Collegiate Conference football title it held two years ago with a crushing 246 victory Saturday that 'snapped a 14-game Butler winning streak. The Bulldogs seemed to be rotl- ing on to No. 15 in the first period when the Bulldogs went 78 yards on 7 plans with John O'Banion going over from the 10. St. Joe was unable to score in the first period but managed a field goal, 25 yards by Dave Beran, in the second and the half ended with Butler out front 6-3. In the third period, Denis Houli han intercepted a pass and four plays later the Pumas added six points when right halfback George Connelly scored from the 2. Beran kicked the extra point. The Pumas added two insurance tallies in the final stanza, Connelly went over from the one after Butler's safety man accidentally touched a St. Joe punt on his 3- yard line, and Houlihan carried a pitchout 25 yards down" the side for the final score. Beran kicked both extra points. The victory left the'Pumas with a 1-1-1 season record and Butler now stands 2-1. In the statistics, St. Joe had 14 first downs to Butler's 9, and the Pumas gained 226 yards on the ground while the Bulldogs were picking up only 77. Butler had the edge in the air, 140 to 82. St. Joseph's 0 3 7 14-24 Butler ......6 0 0-0— 6 But! — O'Banion 10 run (kick failed) St. J — FG Beran'25 St. J — Connelly 2 run (Beran kick). St. J — Connelly 1 run (Beran kick) . ' • . St. J — Houlihan 25 run (Beran kick). By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer PITTSBURGH AP) - Pittsburgh plays host to its first World Series since 1927 Wednesday when :he underdog Pirates meet the New York Yankees in a battle between hit-and-run scrappers and home run sluggers. The last time the two clubs met in the series^ Babe Ruth and Co. sauntered into Forbes Field and started a four-game sweep with an awesume power display in batting practice. Pirate fans are confident that Danny Murtaugh's "beat 'em Bucs" will make up for that humiliation. Because of Manager Casey Stengel's 10 pennants and the know- low accumulated by Yankee teams down through the years in winning 18 of 24 series, the odds- makers hav'e made New York a 13-10 favorite in man-to-man quotations. They call the opening sjame even. The first two games, each scheduled for 1 p.m. (EOT) will be played at Forbes Field Wednes- Clemson Rallies CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Quarterback Lowndes Shingler scored twice in the last .half as Atlantic Coast Conference football champion Clemson fought frustration before coming from behind for a 13-7 victory over Virginia Tech Saturday. Shingler tallied on a third quarter plunge from six inches short of the goal, and on a final period four-yard run. VPI quarterback Warren Price scored from eight yards out the first time VPi had the ball. Clemson, No. 7 nationally, lost the ball on downs at the VPI 27 and fumbled it away at Ihe 20 in the first period, then losl it on downs again at the VPI seven in the second quarter. A pass interception ended another Clemson march at the-,VPI 17,in the final period, but as the game ended the Tigers were driving on the Tech four v . . ... Virginia Tech 7000—7 Clemson 006 7—13 Pittsburgh Host To First World Series In 33 Years; Meet Yankees On Wednesday day and Thursday. After an offlsisls he will be able to play, day Friday the series will be re- The Pirates are expected to aimed in New York Saturday and s(art y L ^ Sunday and continue there Slon- s day, if a fifth game is necessary. If nobody has won the best-of- seven series by that time, they will return to Pittsburgh after another off day. , The series will be seen, in color, on network (NBC) television and also carried on the same net- ner, in the first game, and follow with Bob Friend in the second. On« of the left-handers, Winner (Vinegar Bend) Mizell 'or Harvey Haddix, will work the third game when the teams shift to New York. Stengel, whose 10th pennant tied ,, ,. , - , i the all-time high set by John Mc- works radio chain A sponsor, G • h b » rf > pays about $3.25 tmlhon a year starting ^ DUmar> Bob§ Turfey for the rights to these games and the All-Star contest with 60 per cent going to the players pension fund. or Whitey Ford. Despite Ford's so-so won and lost record, the experienced south- The Pirates led most of the year! £? w has be f n Case >'' s ace in th « but. the Yanks struggled in and out of first place until they took charge for keeps by sweeping four straight from Baltimore, Sept. 1618. Pittsburgh's golden optimism is sobered somewhat because of the condition of Dick Groat, the team leader and valuable shortstop, whose left wrist was broken Sept. 6 when hit by a pitch. Groat in- big series all year. The big boom in the Yanks' attack is provided by Mickey Man- He, Roger Maris, Bill Skowron and Yogi Berra. Murtaugh has a well-balanced team with good speed, hit-and-run ability and solid pitching. Roberto Clemente, Bob Skinner, Dick Stuart and Don Hoak have been the big RBI men. Iowa Tags N.U.42-0 EVANSTON (AP) - Halfback Jerry Mauren, scoring two touchdowns within 88 seconds in the first period, sent Iowa's power packed Hawkeyes hurtling to i 42-0 victory over Northwestern Saturday. Sticking mainly to a running attack which sixth-ranked Northwestern could not stop, the Hawk- eyes stamped themselves solid contenders for the Western Conference title by completely crushing the Wildcats who took the field three-point favorites. Playing 'without Dick Thornton, its No. 1 quarterback, Northwestern could not assemble a serious drive. Iowa, ranked eighth in the Associated P,ress national poll and employing three platoons which were well-stocked with sophomores, put the game beyond reach with four touchdowns in the first half—two coming on pass interceptions. -Iowa scored a pair of touchdowns each in the first two periods for a 28-0 halftime lead and two more TDs in the last period, one on a 53-yard run by sophomore Sammy .Harris. Iowa 1414 014—42 Northwestern .... 0000— 0 Sweet Stars As Ball State Wins MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) — Quarterback Phil Sullivan set. up a first quarter louchdown wilh a 71-yard punt relurn and scored on a 17- yard-run in the fourth period to lead Ball Stale to a 14-6 foolball victory over Easlern Illinois. It was Ihe Cardinals home opener and their first triumph of the season against two losses. Jim Sweet, former Logansport football star, was a standout for Ball State in operating from his right halfback spot. He carried the ball 14 times, gaining 74 yards for a 5 plus yardage average. He ran 21 yards to set up the first Navy Nips Huskies SEATTLE (AP)A 31-yard field goal by Gregory Mather in' the final 14 seconds gave Navy a 15-14 football victory over Washington's highly favored Huskies Saturday. An overflow crowd of 57,000 sat tensely through the afternoon waiting for Washinglon, Ihird- ranked in Ihe nation, to crush the Middies. But each time the Huskies ground out a touchdown, Navy's spirited crew managed to match it, although the Middies failed TD and raced 15 yards to put the | eaeh tim e to convert. Each team ball in scoring position for thej nad one touchdown nullified by second and winning marker. | penalties. Sweet's play at safety also wasi In the first period, All America good, returning punts 20 and 16j quarterback Bob Schloredt passed yards' on his two tries. to Pat Claridge in the end zone Frank O'Shea scored the first but the effort wa.s nullified by pen- Ball State to a 14-6 football I allies. On the next play, iSchloredt victory over Eastern' Illinois. I was dropped on the Navy one and .It was the Cardinals home open- the Middies took the" ball on er and their first triumph of the I downs. season against two losses. Frank O'Shea scored the first Ball State touchdown on a 10-yard run after a pitchout from Tom] the"" final Walenga Larry Walker ran for th j Schloredt ^""tT^nL rtu/\.nf\i*tr ttmfi\rt^fsi ftn i . r Although Washington's lead was only 14-12, the Huskies appeared to have the victory wrapped up in BUCKS BLAST USC COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)—Fullback Bob Ferguson scored three touchdowns Saturday as Ohio Slale defeated Southern California 20-0 before a crowd of 83,204. Ferguson, a powerfully . built 220-pounder, ran through the Trojans on scoring jaunts of 74, 2 and 19 yards. Ohio's defensive learn, outweighed almost 20 pounds per man, turned tbe huge West Coast club into a fumbling, stumbling giant as it picked off enemy pass es and grabbed fumbles to halt any scoring threats. The huge size of the invaders proved a detriment as Ohio's speedy backs ran through them like kids running through a W09ds. The, Bucks' picked up 274 yards rushing to Southern Cal's 69. The Ohioans picked out four enemy passes and one fumble. Ferguson broke the game open midway through the first period. He plow.ed over right guard and outran four .'defenders in a 74- yard dash to the goal line. He got his second one on a two- yard plunge in Ihe second period! and his 19-yarder in the final' period. ' ; Southern Calif. .... 0 0 0 0—0i Ohio State 670 7—20 two-point conversion. Bill Hamilton scored Eastern's only touchdown on a 34-yard run in the second quarter. With the score 8-6, Ball State stopped Eastern fourth quarter marches on the nine and again on the 15 before Sullivan went over for the last score with 1:38 left in the game. | (he center took the ball on downs at the Washington 24. Five plays later Harry Deitz tossed a 9-yard pass to Al Hughes in the end zone, but a penalty against Navy for an illegal backfield formation nullified 'that score. It was then, with 14 seconds re- Ball Stafp s n n R_i4 mainin g- that Mather booted the Bal1 State 8 ° ° 6 ~ 14 1 game-winning field goal. Eastern Illinois 0 6 0 0— 61 M, " BS-0'Shea 10 run (Walker run) " El—Hamillon 34 run (pass failed) BS—Sullivan 17 run (run failed) NBA Exhibition Boslon Celtics 132, Los Angeles Lakers 126 St. Louis 120, Cincinnati 115 (ot) Washington 3—15 0—14 LITTLE WORLD SERIES Toronto Louisville Best-of-seven series tied 2-2. 130 000 000 00-4 9 1 100 012 000 1—5 9 0 PROBABLE PITCHERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Cleveland (Perry 17-10) at Chicago (Wynii 13-11) Baltimore (Pappas' 14-11) at Washington (Ramos 11-17) ' Boston (Wilson 3-2) at New York (Terry 10-8). Detroit (Fispher 8-8) at Kansas City (Herbert 13-15). National League Cincinnati '(Hook 11-18 Or Purkey 17-10) at Philadelphia (Conley 8-14 or Mahaffey 6-3) Milwaukee (Bardette 19-12) at Pittsburgh (Mizell 13-8) St. Louis (Miller 4-3) at San Francisco (McCormick.l4:12) Chicago (Cardwell 9-15) at Los Angeles (Williams 14-10) SPARTANS RALLY EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP)Michigan State's defense, stunned by a hard-bitten Michigan team and victimized by a 88-yard kickoff return, snatched a 24-17 victory from the arch rival Wolverines Saturday in the last two and one-half minutes. The Spartans eslablished themselves as a Big Ten contender when their burly linemen smashed down quarterback Dave Glinka for a 16-yard loss at the Michigan three-yard line, then struck I for the winning touchdown after' the Michigan punt. Michigan State's linemen rushed the Michigan kicker and he got the ball out "only to the 30. The charged up Sparis blasted into the'line five times and got the winning touchdown on Carl Charon's three-yard plunge. 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