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PAGE SIX THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE ind LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Purdue, Ark.; Mi In. Losses; Syracuse Rallies SUNDAY, OCTOBER », 1961. By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer Three more uridefeateds in th • top 10 toppled Saturday ancfSyra ; cuse, the big hoy o'(.them'all, ha some rough going -before stum .. bling past' much-battered Hoi Cross. The Orange, No. 1. learn in th current Associated Press poll an the defending national champion was outplayed for,41 minutes Holy Cross, but managed to rail for a 15-6 victory. Illinois, Purdue and Arkansas • all proud members of the "top 1(1 , fell. Illinois, No. .4, was trounced b Ohio State, No. 5, 34-7. The mar . gin of the Buckeyes' victory wa a surprise. • Purdue, which Jiad hopes of win ning the Big Ten crown, ran int . a brick wall in' Wisconsin, 24-13 '. while-Arkansas, which thought o bulldozing its way to the South : west Conference championship was downed by -Baylor, .28-14. . . Mississippi, No;'2 in the pol played a night game against Van • derbilt. . ; . '.''•' Until one second before th' ' whistle ending the third. quarter • Holy Cross'had been the. maste •• of mighty Syracuse. They ; held • slim one-touchdown lead. But then John Maekey jammed over fo '• the tying score and Tom Gplburg ' converted. . Eleven seconds before the fina •' gun, Dick Easterly connected witl • Ernie Davis on a -25-yard scoring pass.-; Dave-Sarette hit Macke; • with a two-point pass for the las " two points. " ' ' ';. ^ Washington beat Stanford 29-1 in the TV-game of the .week as the Huskies rebounded from their defeat last week to Na,vy. The other top 10 teams won in routine fashion. Iowa, No. 3 • turned back Michigan State, 27. 15; 'Navy, No. 6, crushed Southern Methodist, 26-7; Clemson, No. 8 whipped Virginia, 21-7, and Kan, .sas, No. 10, , vanquished Iowa State 28-k. .:- ., Iowa's victory kept the' Hawkers in the favorite's spot for the Big 'Ten title. But Ohio State looms big problem. Navy now looms- as the/ class of the East, especially since Penn State mauled Army, 27-16. 'Kansas becpmes'the cofavorite with Missouri, to win the Big •" Eight crow,n, a title which has been.the sole .property of Oklahoma for the past dozen years. The Sooners were .humiliated by Texas, 24-0 Saturday while Missouri blasted the Air Force. Academy 34-8. Sports Card For The Week CROSS COUNTRY Tuesday—Berries varsity in Cen- iral. Indiana'meet at Delphi. Thursday—Berries vs. Kokomo in dual meet at Dykeman links, 4 p.m. FOOTBALL Tuesday — Riley-Fairview vs. Peru Jr. High at LHS Stadium, 7 p.m. Grade School Games—Jefferson vs. .Fairview at Fairview; Longfellow'vs. Daniel Webster al Riverside Park; McKinley vs. Columbia at Columbia. -.'"..- J Wednesday—Lincoln Jr. ; High vs. Saints at LHS Stadium, 7 p.m. Thursday—Grade School Game, Tipton vs. Washington at Fair- View. • Friday—Berries varsity, at "Anderson, NCC Game, 7 p.m. (Logansport time since .Anderson is on fast time). Grade School Games —Franklin vs. Daniel Webster at Riverside Park; Jefferson,vs. Columbia at Columbia. McDaniel, Fornieles Win Fireman Awards ST. LOUIS (AP)-— lindy McDaniel 6£.the v St Louis Cardinals and Mike Fornieles. of the Boston Red Sox, Saturday were named winners of the first annual "fireman" awards originated, by the Sporting News. • . McDaniel.xaccording to the 'National baseball -magazine's statistics, was far-and-away the top relief pitcher in the majors. The lanky Lyndall, a bonus beauty who developed into a Redbird dividend, was credited with.34-points, nine more'than, his nearest com-' petitor,, Roy Face ef the'Pitts- burgh Pirates. The Sporting News' point 'system is based on one point'for each victory or save. A save is defined as a victory in which '• the relief hurler faced.a hitter who repre^ sented the winning or'tying run. ; COLLEGE FOOTBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Earlham 7, Elmhurst-(111) 2 Valparaiso f, DePauw 6' Heidelberg 42, Wabash 0 ' Franklin 20, Taylor 13 Butler 20, Indiana Stale 13V. • Evansville 10, .Ball State 7 Indiana Central 40, Manchester : 13 Hanover 14, Anderson 1'•'•' '• Syracuse 15, Holy Cross 6 Ohio U. 36, Boston U. 6 Princeton,21, Penn 0 Perm Slate 27, Army 16 . Cornell 12, Harvard 0 ' Dartmouth 20, Brown 0 Yale 30, Columbia 8 Rutgers 49, Colgate 12 COP 24, Villanova 7 ( Pittsburgh 17, Miami (Fla.) 6 'Maine 13, New Hampshire 7 Lafayette 3, Delaware 0 Muhlenburg 17, Temple 14 . Connecticut 31, Massachusetts-0 North Carolina 12, Nolrq -Dame 7 Georgia Tech 6, ;LSU '2 ... -, : , Clemson 21, Virginia 7- .-,. Virginia Tech 22, Wake Forest 13 Navy 26, SMU 7 .. West Virginia 6, Richmond 6 (tie)' ' . Auburn ' 10, Chattanooga 0 Bayior 28, Arkansas 14 ' Mississippi St. 29, Arkansas Stale 9 . . - .Maryland Slale 19, Morgan 7 Iowa 27, Michigan'Slate 15 Ohio -Slate 34, Illinois 7 Michigan 31, DukeV Minnesota 7, Northwestern 0 Oregon Stale. 20, Indiana 6 Wisconsin 24, Purdue 13 Kansas 28, Iowa .State 14.. Nebraska 17,. Kansas State 7 • Texas 24, Oklahoma 0. Oklahoma State 28,' Tulsa 7 Lehigh 52, Gettysburg 21 • Rhode Island 48, Vermont 8 -North Dakota 27, South Dakota itale 23 Maryland State 19, Morgan 7 Western Maryland 14, Randolph Macon 8 Missouri 34, Air Force 8 Wyoming 41, Denver 2 Washington State 21, California 1 (tie) - ' ' ' Oregon 33, San Jose Slate 0 Washington 29, Stanford 10 Colorado 35, Arizona 16 Idaho, State 44, Idaho 6 .Western Montana 47, Northern Montana 6 Kentucky 55, Marshall 0 Rice 10, Florida 0 . Florida Stale 0, Citadel 0 , North Carolina State 13, Maryand 10 Arizona Stale 28, Hardin-Simmons' 0' Houslon 17, Texas A&|H 0 Soulhern Illinois 21, Weslern II- inois 12 Mississippi Soulhern 16, Trinity Tex.) 0 Hillsdale.(Mich.)-31, Toledo 25 Xavier (Ohio) 18, Dayton '12 Texas*Christian 21, Texas Tech Furm'an 25, William & Mary 23 Marquette 13, -Boston College' 12 Box Score Of World faies .NEW YORK'.(AP) - The official box score of the third game of the I960' World Series: .ABRH.BIOA Pittsburgh (N) Virdqn cf Groat ss. Clemente rf Stuart Ib Cimoli If Smith <-c Hoafc 3b Mazeroski 2b Mizell p Labine p G.eeh p Witt' p a-Baker •' Cheney p b-Schofield Gibbon p Totals New York (A) :ervlf : . Maris rf Berra',rf- Mantle'cf.'. Skowron ib VIcDougald 3b rloward c' ' Jichardson 2b . Kubek ss Ford p Totals- .. 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 b o 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 6 II 2 0 9 01 •0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,0 0 0 000 -00 0 0 00 100 > 0 .0 0 31 0 4 000 0, 0 0 24 ,AB R H BI 0 A 51' 2 3 0 ,0 1 (f-1 ,.5 2 2 i 1 2 1 2 0 1 1 1 5 4 2 4 5 3 4 0 ,3 010 1010 422 2_ 1 11 0 0 13-0 6 1 021 0 3 4 Michigan 11 WKipsDuke ' ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP)' Michigan gunned down Duke's lonesome end passing attack with Dave'Raimey's brilliant/speed and some sharp passing' of -its own Saturday "and routed the previously undefeated Blue Devils 31-6. Michigan's stralegy — giving Duke_-the "short tosses to end'Tee Moorman,—..and guarding closely against the longer passes—worked perfectly. s v The alert Wolverines gobbled up two Duke; .fumbles and made three interceptions, all of them in Michigan territory." Duke ...... .0 6 0" 0— 6 39 10 16 10 27 15 a--Grounded but for Witt in 6th'; b—Lined out for Cheney in 8th. Pittsburgh (N) 000 000 000- 0 fifew York (A) ...iBOO 400 OOx—10 E—Kubek -DP—Ford, Hichard- son' and ' Skowron.:- LOB—Pittsburgh (N)-5, New York (A) 9. ' 2B—Virdon,-Mantle. HR—Richardson, Mantle. IP H R ER 9 4 1-33 1-3 4. 3 -5 . 11-332 1 1 0 0, 0 4 4 2 .'2 4 4 0 0 0' ,0 0 0 FqrcU(W)" Mizell '(L) Labine Green Witt Cheney Gibbon BB—Ford 1 (Cimoli), Mizell 1 (McDougald), Witt.2 (Kubek, Maris), Gibbon 1'(Howard). SO—Ford 3 (Clemente, Stuart', Cimoli), 3reen 3 (Skowron, McDougald, Richardson), ,Witt 1 (Cerv), Cheh:y 3 (Howard, Ford, Mantle). WP Jowa •••••••••'•• -Green, .Witt. U-Jackowski (N) Michigan State plate, x Chylak (A) first base, Bog- ?ess (N) second base, Stevens (A) :hird base, Honochick (A) left field, Landes (N right field. T— " 2:41. A—70,001. Michigan 6 7 6 Mich —Fitzgerald" i:run (kick failed) '.,.:• -^. Duke—Leggettl. run (kick failed) Mich—5laimey"~ 5 run (Halstead 'kick) "."•- .... , - - ' . Micrn-Fitzgerald ' 5 Glinka' (kick failed) Baylor Bears Rap Arkansas ' FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP)Baylor's undefeated. Bears ra and passed the Arkansas Razor backs ragged Saturday for a 28-1 Southwest Conference football vie 'tpry .which broke an eight-gam 'winning streak for Arkansas. Arkansas tied up the game i: the second quarter but Baylor a : ready had proved in the firs quarter it'was'on its way. .It ha: stopped the Razofbacks cold ant for the afternoon gained., mor than twice as much ground. Sophomore back Ronnie Good win^put the Bears ahead in the first quarter with'a 23-yard touch down run. Then in the seconc quarter, after Arkansas hac pulled abreast, Goodwin-caught a 19-yard scoring pass from quar terback Ronnie Stanley. End Jimmy, Collier scored Ar kansas' 1 first touchdown by recov pass from ering fullback Joe Paul.'Alberty's Mich, failed) Raimey 18 ; run (pass Mich — Strobe!, 2 Tun (pass failed) Attendance—77,183- HAWKS BOMB MSU EAST LANSING, Mich: -(AP)- lowa showed '-overwhelming power and versatility in whipping Michigan State 27-15 x with a. fourth quarter comeback; Saturday in a battle for ,the Big Ten football leadership. , • Iowa made twp fast touchdowns ir. .the first period but then saw MSU move into a late 15-14 lead. Then Iowa's Joe Williams intercepted a fumble in the air and sprinted 67 yards for .the go-ahead touchdown. Iowa quarterback Wilburn Hollis added one more score with a last minute ; 23-yard punch. After Williams' run , got the Hawkeyes ahead, Spartan quarterback Tommy 'Wilson tried 'a pass. It was intercepted by Ber? nie.iWyatt on Michigan'State's 36. Two plays carried down to the 23 and Hollis ran,'through the soft middle of the Michigan State line for the insurance touchdown.. 14 0 . 'fl 0 •0 13—27 8 7—15 fumble after he had plunged over 'from the 1-yard line. TRe Razor backs drove 48 yards, after re covering 'a fumble., ' 'Quarterback George McKinney scored the-other Arkansas touch own with a 7-yard run with les. than three, minutes left in the game. In the . third period, Stanley broke loose around right end for five yards' and the : third Baylor touchdown. Second-string quarterback Bobby '' Ply completed a three-yard pass to. end Bobby Lane for the ^last Baylor touchdown. Baylor' Arkansas 7 7 14 070 0—28 7-14 Bowling AT LOGAN BOWLMOR FRIDAY BOOSTERS W , Facts and Figures By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W. L. New York Pittsburgh 2. 1 1' 2 Virginia in an Atlantic Coast Con- ererice game Saturday. Clemson, rated .No. 8 in the na- ion,- also .scored on two 50-yard jfrind-'em-out d'.r i v e s. Halfback larry Pavilack went over from he 5 for one Tiger score,- and ullback Bill McGuirt plungec iver from' the 1 for the other. Virginia, which lost its 21st con- ecutive game, moved 68 yards at he start o.'.the second half for its ouchdown. A pass from Garry to end Joe Kehoe was good or the final six yards and the :core. The Cavaliers threatened on two ither drives of more than 85 yards :ach. One fell short at.-the Clemon 4 late in the second period, nd. the .other, ended with an inter- epted pass late in the game .at ie Clemson 7. 'irginia , 0. 0 7 0— 7 ;iemson .... 0 14 0 7—21 First Game Mew York 100 100 002-^4 13 2 Pittsburgh 300 201 OOx—6' 8 0 Ditmar, Coales (1), Maas (5), Duren (7) and Berra; Law, Face (8) and Burgess.,"W—Law. .L v- Ditmar. . • • • Home runs —:New York, Maris, Howard. Pittsburgh— Mazeroski. Second Game New York '002 127 301—16 19 ,1 Pittsburgh 00.0 100 002— 3 13 1 Turley, Shantz" (9 ,and Howard^ Friend, 'Green (5), Labine (6), Witt • (6), Gibbon' .(7), Cheney (9 Clemson Spurts To Beat Virginia 21-7 CLEMSON,' S.C. (AP) — A 55- aid.touchdown, punt .relurn by lalfba'ck Mack.Matthews keyed a 1-7 Clemson footbaU victory oyer-Und S'mith; FprdV'a'ni'Sward. and. Burgess. W — Friend. , -" Home runs—New York, Mantle 2. - . • Third Game -Pittsburgh, 000 000 000— 0. 40 New York -600 400/OOx—10 16 1 Mizell, Labine : (lr Green (1), Witt (4), Cheney.(6),-Gibb.on (8) OLE MISS COASTS NASHVtiLE, Tenn. (AP) — uarterbacfc .Jake Gibbs and his Mississippi/mates turned it on in \e first half Saturday night and ien coasted to a 26-0. decision ver outclassed Vanderbilt in a outheastern 'Conference football ame. lississippi - 12 14 0 0—26 anderbik fl 0 0 0— 0 W—Ford. L—Mizell. Home runs— New York, Richardson, Mantle. Schedule Sunday, Oct. 9—At New York..Monday, Oct. 10—at New York.- Tuesday,. Oct. 11-Open date. Wednesday, Oct. 12—At Pitts.- burgh (if- sixth game necessary! . Thursday, Oct. 13—At ' Pittsburgh (if sixth game necessary)., Financial Facts , Third .Game Attendance—70,001.' ' Tolal."'receipts^ (net)—$436;587.88 Commissioner's .share — •" ,488.18 ' ' -' Player pool — $222,659.82 f Pittsburgh club's share — $37,; 109.97; .'-New York club's'share — ?37,109.97" Nalional League's share — $37,109.97 American League'share '— $37,.109.97' '- .'.' " • • . • •'. Three-Gaine Totals Attendance—143,985 '-.Total-receipts '(net) ,$905,613.25 Commissiqnei's - share -'— .$135,841.99:-:, , "- J--". : M I.",.:':- / Player 1 ppol: i :-j$48ii,862.7g-'' : . • Pittsburgh club's share — $76,977.13 "."'"'. New -York club's-share — $76,977.13 . National League's share —'$78,97,7.12. '.; .'-.- .- ",':• '; - American Leagued' share7-$76,- 977.12 " CWJLEGE SOCCER v By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS JCenyon i;: Earlham Q'- • - , Natioiia) Hockey League , By TM5 ASSOCIATEI) PRESS Boston T, Montreal 1" (tie) New York 5. Toronto 2 Matthews Is TKO Winner LOS ANGELES (AP)—Le'n Matthews of Philadelphia unleashed a brutal head-attack that smashed the -face of Kenny Lane of Muske- i gon, Mich., into a bloody mess an stopped .the veteran southpaw in Ihe third round . of their scheduled 10-ro'und fight Saturday night. Referee Frankie Van hailed Ihe nationally : televised battle after 2 minules, 51 seconds of the third round. Under California rules it goes as -a knpckout for the 21- year-old Matthews, Lane weighed 137-K, Matthews .1361/2, .'•-•"' ' The Michigan, left-hander won the first round and looked like the 7-5 .favorite" he was when enfering the ring at the Olympic Auditorium. , . . ' But in the second round Matthews got his -brilliant 1-2 combination punches working and at the end of the frame Lane was .cut over both eyes and. bleeding from a gash on the forehead., ' Matthews renewed his attack in the third and Lane soon was blinded-'by.-blood : 'streaming into his right-eye. •-.< : .The 28-year-old Lane went into the fight with a record'of 58 wins and 5 losses. • The match, -launching the ABC television network fight program for Saturday nights, -was ; a substitute for the NBA "middleweight title fight , between •- champion Gene Fullmer and ; Sugar Ray Robinson. Tills--fight- was postponed to DEI:. 3 when Fullmer came-up with -a' leg -injury 1 . Jay Cees . 13 2 Smith's Market 12 3 Logan Bowlm'or 6 9 National Guard 6 9 Wolf Constitution 4*4 10*4 Moore Refrig 3*4 11*4 Three games were won by Jay iJees and Moore's; hvo by Smith's ' Market. 500 Series—Ronald Russow 511. 175 Games—Phillipy 190, Russow 182, Shuey 17.7, Paul 176, Grantham 182, Torrence 180 and Shafer 188. . - LOGAN BOWLMOR' - .W L Myers 11 4 Keitzers 10 5 Gossard 9 6 Wolf Construction 8*2 6*4 Kroeger Funeral. Home 8*4 $*4 Logan Bowlmor . .8 7- Wheelers 7 8 Hilberts . , ' 6*4 8*4 Quillens ' ^ ' 5 10 A. J. Olson's , 1*4 13*4 Team Summaries—Keitzers won two from Logan Bowlmor; Kroe- •ger Funeral won two Irom Myers Florisf; 'Wheelers won two from Gossard; Quillens won two from. Olsons; Hilberts won from Wolf Construction. 500 Series—P. Smith 531 (192, 172, 167); E. Savini 537 (196,161, 179); 'E. Foster 502; L. Layman 504.- ' " . 450 Series—S. Luebbertt 450; E Mollencup 477; S. : Gaby 453; D Woodling 464; B. Holton 458; B Duddy 467; E. Shanks 474; J Warner 452; P. Buskirk 455. .160 Games—E. Mollencup 170; M. Kurd 160; S. Gaby 166; D Woodling''186; B. Holton 165; E, Randolph. 170; B. Duddy 179, 170; Beall 168; L. Laymon 205; E Shanks 183, 171; K. Pasquale 164; J. Warner 164; Hupp 166; E. Foster 211; M. Gunter 167. BERRY HARRDZRS, 25 IN ROW—That's what this group ( of Logansport high school cross country performers has attained in dual meet competition—that is they've'run the win siring for ,LHS to'25 in succession without defeat after having rallied to beat Tipton here last week. They'll go lor 26 in a row next Thursday when they host strong Kokomo at Dykeman golf course. The Berries prepare for this big test in a multiple team meet of Central Indiana at Delphi Tuesday. Shown above are the Berry members who have battled to victor}- in every match this season. Front row, left to right arc: Bob Ott, Larry Parmeler and Bob Havden. Back row. left to right Dick Korreckht, Coach Fred Kinder and John McDwain. Unable to appear for the picture were Ron McFatridge and Ralph Sherrill, other varsity runners. (Staff Photo) Mkh.fify'GtU Player Critical SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — A .7-year-old Michigan Cify High School football-player was reported in critical condition Saturday fter brain surgery for a game "jury. -Douglas Leroy, end on the Red 3evil team, suffered a massive rain hemorrhage Friday night in game in Goshen. He was .first akert to Goshen General Hospital nd then rushed here, by police scort to Memorial Hospital. The youth, an honor student, •as taken out of the game when an assistant coach noticed he appeared groggy on the field. He collapsed moments later on the players' bench. Coach Vic Overman of Michigan City said Leroy was hurt three' weeks ago in a game with South Bend Central, but a physician pronounced him fit for competition. Michigan City beat Goshen, 28- •Indiana High School Football Culver Military 18, Bremen 0 M i s h a w a k a 39, South Bend Adams 20 New Albany 26, Jeffersonville 6 Seymour 20, Clarksville Providence 13 Bloomington 6, Speedway 6 (tie) Von McDaniel h Sold To Rochester WINNIPEG (AP)—The Winni-peg Goldeyes of the Class C Northern League announced Saturday that infielder Von McDaniel, a former bonus pitcher with the St. Louis Cardinals, has been sold to Rochester'of the International League. McDaniel,,who joined the Gold- eyes last June to learn to play tHe infield, was a standout at third base. He batted .279. hitting 10 home runs, 16 doubles and driving in 70 runs. Read the Want Ads! Keitzer's Navv Uses SMU ErrorsforWin NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - Navy cashed in on a couple~df Southern Methodist errors for.jtwo touchdowns in the first quarter, Saturday] .then went. on'tV whip the Mustangs' 26-7 injhe 14th Oyster Bowlgame. Joe .Biilino, Navy's one-man backfield' of last/ .year'j Army game, had his biggest day.since that'afternoon'wheri hefscored one touchdown, passed for one and figured prominently in Navy's other two touchdown marches.- Bellino ran 93 yards on 20 carries from scrimmage, ran back a punt 88 ^ards,'/returned' two kickoffs 40 yards, threw one pass and caught, .one.}- • Bellih'd'pitched toi Joe Matalavage for the first 'Navy score, made : thesecbiSd;on a 12-yard run, set up the third with his 62-yard punt rnnback and contributed a 14-yard pass reception to the 77- yard drive that ended with Ma- UlvageV 30-yard sprint for the final-'Navy score." SMU Vavy 0 14 00—7 ( 6-2* AT MYERS LANES MYERS COMMERCIAL W 16*4 .16 Hill and Son Golden Rule Jones Auto Seyen Up Burk's National Guard . Wolf Construction Jackson-Kitchel Rural Youth Century Homes Baker Specialty 13*4 13 •13 IVA 11/2 9 5 4 4 3 7 7 8'/2 SVi 11 15 16 16 17 Four points were won by Hill and Son, Wolf Construction; three by Burk's, Baker Specialty and Seven Up; two and one-half by Keitzer's. - High Series—J. Regan 516, K. Peterson 570, E. -Gable 541, R. Jackson 500. -. High Games—J. Regan 200, E. Shafer 213, W; .Bechdol 214, P. Davis 216. High Team Series—Hill and Son 2813. High Team-Game—Hill and Son 995. AIR BOAT An air boat, propeller-driven by an old automobile engine mounted above a shallow-draft scow, can float in two inches of water and skim along through.,swamps at 30 to 40 miles an hour. Sir Francis Gallon, English author-scientist, w.as first to use the term > "eugenic" in reference to the science of human breeding. .'. Nothing could be in DEEP RICH WORSTEDS Elegance retfirns with a flourish in our handsome new Deep 'n' Rich worsted by 'Botany' 500. 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