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Logansport, Indiana
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PAGE EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOBI,PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER It, Iowa Beats Badgers In Big 10 Feature Hawkeyes Score In Last Minute To Win IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP)—Sophomore halfback Sammie Harris made a diving catch in the end ?zone of Wilburn Hollis' 34-yard .pass with 52 seconds left .to give Iowa a 28-21 Big Ten football vic- •tory over Wisconsin Saturday. .-, The spectacular finish dulled a •Wisconsin comeback in which the Badgers had scored two fourth- Big Ten Standings . CHICAGO (AP)-Big Ten foot•ball standings: Jowa •Minnesota .Ohio State Wisconsin •Michigan Purdue -Mich. State 'Illinois 'N. western 1 Indiana W L .T Pet. Pts.OP 300 1.000 97 36 200 1.000 28 10 1 1 0 110 110 1 1 0 1 1 0 020 0 3 0 000 .500 55 31 .500 45 41 .500 31 31 -.500 37 45 .500 39 44 .00.0 17 55 7 63 0 0 .000 .000 (Indiana conference games do not count—ties count % game won, Vi game lost) quarter touchdowns to tie the favored Hawkeyes 21-21. Hollis' pass was tipped by Wisconsin defender Billy Hess but Harris lunged for the deflected ball and tucked it. in for the victory. . The loss was the first for Wisconsin this season. By winning, Iowa, ranked second in The Associated Press football poll, reigns with Minnesota as the only unbeaten Big Ten teams, 'lashy runs. ' • Wisconsin '700 14—21 Iowa 077 14—28 Fernandez Winner Minnesota Rally Defeats Illinois MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Un- ibeaten Minnesota survived wave on \MBve of Illinois assaults and rallied behind the three-touchdown salvo of Sandy Stephens for a 2110 homecoming victory Saturday Mauled and bewildered for three periods, the Gophers stormed for two touchdowns in the fourth period for their, fourth straight vie tory and second .in the Big Ten. Stephens, a churning 215-pound quarterback, delivered the knockout (with less than thvee minutes left.when he rifled a 41-yard pass to Bob Deegan and..then scored moments later - on a twisting, dodging run from the 18. Illinois grabbed a 7-0 lead on Joe Krakoski's four-yard sweep with 16 seconds left in the first period. Stephens raced over from the nine for the tying touchdown, but Illinois.seized., a 10-7 halftime lead on Gerry Woods' 33-yard field Illinois Minnesota 7 '3 0 7 0 0—10 0 14—21 OleMiss Triumphs 'NEW ORLEANS (AP) -, Quarterback Jake Qibbs weaved his magic from beliind an* 'impenetrable web. Saturday jnight and directed top-ranked Mississippi to a 26-13 Southeastern Conference -Victory over.Tulane fans. before 72,000 . NEW YORK (AP)-Jorge.. Fernandez, an aggressive . little welterweight from Buenos Aires, gained a unanimous decision over favored Denny Moyer Saturday night in a nationally televised 10- rounder at Madison Square Garden. 22-year-old senior, threw j three touchdown passes 'to end Johnny Brewer ^and. scored the other Mississippi tally on a six- yard run. , ' ' . But before the Rebels chalked up their- fifth straight victory, without a loss, they had to subdue a stubborn Tiilane offensive sparked by the passing of quaf- Fernandez kept the pressure on Moyer all the way to -gain a 5-4-1 .edge on the score cards of Referee Arthur Mercante and Judge. Leo Birnbaum. Judge Joe Agnello scored it 64 for the Argentine slugger. - Fernandez weighed 148V4 to 154>>4 for Moyer from Portland, Ore. terback Phil Nugent.' The'Rebels, the nations' No. 1 team in The Associated -Press poll, collected'their 4irst touchdown on a 42-yard pass from Gibbs- to Brewer on the opening play of the second quarter. Halfback George Blair's, kick pushed the Rebels out in .front 7-0. Mississippi Tul'ane;• 0 13 0'- 0 7 6—26 0 13—13 ight Jwpsadwng accented in antique olive & burnished tones icMng of quotrty I You »t«ct your foverit* pattern from iM eotortay *o fancy- mutad «tnp« . .. unartty high- ptafe KgM*d by \aaUntA IMM of aMiqw o*n>, gr«y, brown ami nrf. HIM, Mjoy «h* ftotterliKg fin* fryon ft of Young-in-BulM'i MBI, natural ilyBnf. A "imnt" fef «r«ry Ml wardiyb* I . ' .' -•"• v :- - v ', " $55. 313-31$ East Market St. Taylor had the ball first and seven in the final quarter, but Manchester held and the Trojan thrust died on the 1-foot line. Taylor got its two points on an automatic safety, in the fourth when Manchester's center made a Butler Explodes INDL4NAPOLIS (AP) - Butler turned three Valparaiso fumbles into touchdowns — two within 2 minutes, 29 seconds time lapse— Saturday and defeated the Crusaders 27-20 in an Indiana Collegiate Conference football game. Phil Long tossed three touchdown, passes, 79, 9 and 19 yards, and Elmer O'Banion ran over] from the 3 for the other~Butier| Bishop and: Max Stafford com bad pass and the bail went out of the end zone. and Taylor with a 1-4 mark. Taylor 0 Manchester 7 2-2 0-7 Franklin Romps Sports Card For The Week CROSS COUNTRY Friday—North Central Conference meet at Indianapolis South Grove golf course. FOOTBALL Monday—LHS Frosh and J-Vs against Kokomo at LHS Stadium, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday — Riley-Fairview at Lafayette Tecumseh junior high FRANKLIN, Ind. (AP)-J Ri s •>'«!">»*• Grade school games, ' j Longfellow vs. Washington at TOUCHDOWN! — Indiana's tailback, Joe Maroon, dives into the end zone on a fourth down play to score during the final period at IU stadium. The Boosters trounced fflarquette 34-8. (UPI Telephoto) Hoosiers Trounce Marquette 34-8 By JAMES R. POLK BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP)-Indiana's victory-starved Hoosiers battered Marquette, 34-8, Satiirday behind the relentless running of 160-pound tailback Joe Maroon a surprise passing .attack engineered by Willie Hunter. , Maroon sidestepped. Marquette's defenders all afternoon for'.139 yards in 15 tries, two touchdowns, and . a rushing average of 9.3 yards per carry, but it was", Hunter who provided the initial impetus for the Hoosiers. The Memphis, Terin., junior,, cast in an unexpected starting role, 'lobbed- a 35-yard touchdown pass to end Earl Faison the first time Indiana Handled .the ball. Minutes later Hunter tossed 28 yards' to Nate Ramsey and then Faison leaped between two defenders to haul down.another 40-yard aerial. Sophomore fullback Jack Holder bowled .over from the 5 for" thp score. .Hunter was relegated £5 his normal defensive chores the rest of the game but Maroon struck back in the second quarter, weaving 24 yards for a 20-0 halftime lead. The tiny, tailback pushed over again from the 1 in the third quarter behind 235-pound tackle Moses Gray/and the 230-pound Faison. Second-string guard John Giangiacomo capped off Indiana's scoring by churning 65 yards'with a pass interception in the final period. Marquetfe's sole score came with two minutes left in the game when Terry Zang heaved a 55-yard pass to end Karl Kassulke. The victory was the first in four starts'for the Hoosiers. Marquette now has a 3-2 slate! . The Warriors, bidding for their first' winning. season since 1953 threatened 'only once before r their fourth quarter touchdown. That thrust going to the Indiana 29, was helped along" by two personal fouls called against the Hoosiers. Indiana changed from blue to their traditional crimson uniforms .for the game. It was the first time they had worn red since they whipped West Virginia in blue jer- .seys in 1958 .iand, touched off a seven-game winning streak at home. ; , Coach Phil Dickens said after the lopsided victory, "They'.ll. be wearing red for the rest of the Lacking a passing punch their first three, games this year, the Hoosiers appeared to have found the missing offensive link in Hunter and Faison. Hunter had served as safety man until Saturday and he tried only two passes, both incomplete, after his early successes. However, the two. quick touchdowns set up by his passing hinted, the Hoosiers will go to the air more often in the future. The three complete passes netted Indiana 103 yards and the Hoosiers picked up another 250 on the ground. Marquette was held to a total of- 157 yards. Ron Jennings was the only effective back for the Warriors, collecting 57. yards in eight carries. Marquette 0008—8 Indiana 14 6 7 7—34 .Ind—Faison 35 pass from Hunter (Nichols kick) Ind—Holder 5 run (Nichols kick) Ind"—Maroon 24 run (kick failed) Ind—Maroon 1 run (Nichols kick) Ind-^-Giangiacomo 65 pass inter- "ception (Nichols kick) Marq—Kassaulke 55 pass from '•* Zang (Geraghty pass from Zang) Attendance 26,123. ' COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES Syracuse 21, Penn State 15 Navy 35, Air Force 3 . Pittsburgh 42, West Virginia 0 Perm 36, Brown 7 George Washington fl,- Boston U. 0 (tie) Detroit 19, Boston College 17 Yale n ; : Cornell « Holy Cross 9, Dartmouth 8 Harvard 8, Columbia 7 . Princeton .36, Colgate -26 : Rutgers 23, BuckneiriD Lafayette 9, Temple 7 Coast Guard 14, Amherst 7 Tufts 14, Lehigh 0 : , Muhlenberg -27, Lebanon 12 Penn Military 20, Moravian 12 Southern Conn. 24, Ithaca (N.Y.) 7 Massachusetts 34, Rhode Island 16 ... Colby 22, Trinity^(Conn.) 14 .Bowdoin 33, Williams 7 Miami. (Ohio) 17, Villanova 7 Maryland .19, Clemson 17 VMI 30, Virginia 16 Duke 17, North Carolina St. 13 Georgia 20, Mississippi State 17 Florida 12, Vanderbilt 0 Wake Forest 13, North Carolina 12 ' - Tennessee 20, Alabama 7 Virginia Tech 27, William fc Mary 0 Hampden-Sydney 32, Western Maryland U Michigan State 21, Notre Dame 0 .. • - Purdue 24, Ohio State 21 Michigan 14, Northwestern 7 Colorado 21, Iowa State 6 Iowa 28, Wisconsin 21 Oklahoma 13, Kansas 13 (tie) Minnesota 21, Illinois 10 Nebraska If, Army » Ohio U, I, Xavier (Ohio)"0 North Dakota-y. 16, North D»- kota'Agriculturai College 7 South Dakota State 28, South DakoU U. 7 Colo. State College 31, Colo, College 15 : Nevada 48, Cal Aggies 31 San Francisco Stale 35, Los Angeles State t . Montana State-i'4, Idaho" Staie 9 Portland State 14,. Oregon College-8. .'..-. -. .. Miss. College 34, Southwestern (Memphis) 7 Buffalo 40, Youngstown 13 Alfred 13, Hobert 0 Connecticut 30, Maine 2 . New Hampshire 31, Delaware 14 Western Reserve 34, Allegheny 8 Auburn 9, Georgia Tech 7 .Citadel 24, Richmond,. 12 Washington & Lee 26, Randolph- Macon ,3 Eastern Kentucky 0, East Tennessee 0 (tie) Tennessee' Tech 10, West Kentucky 7 Sewanee 32, Austin (Tex.)' 22 SOUTHWEST Arizona State Univ 31, Brigham Young 0 New Mexico Military 18, St. Mary's (Kan.) 6 . Arkansas 24, Texas 23 Texas AtM 14, Texas Christian 14 (tie) Missouri 45, Kansas State 0 Indiana 34, Marquette 8 Wichita 25, Cincinnati 8 Western Michigan 43, Washin- 'ton (St. Louis) 0 Louisville 36, Dayton 0 North Dakota 16, North Dakota Stale 7 South Dakota State 22, South Dakota 7 Wyoming 40, Colorado State U. 8 ' Montana 26, Denver 12 ; San Jose State 34, Stanford 20 - Washington 10, UCLA 8 ; Oregon 31, Washington Stale 12 Southern California 27,rCalifor- nia 10 • ...- : • , ..." ,: Oreon ; State 28,.,Idaho 8 , Colorado Mines JO, Westminster (Utah)13'' '••/. :.:•',,•,'• Kentucky j, LSU o Bowling Green 14, Toledo 3 Furman '41, Wofford M Scranton 17, Drexel t far meter Sixth lnFie!dOf300 At Big CC Meet Logansport's Larry Parmeter led a field of over 300 runners until the final 400 yards of the two-mile course, then' faded and finished sixth in the Shortridge high- school Cross County meetj... kick) Long's first scoring aerial, in the first quarter, went 79 yards to- Ken Freeman after the Bulldogs recovered a Crusader fumble on their own 3. Seconds-later Valpo fumbled the kickoff and Butler-recovered. Five plays later long threw nine yards to John Skirch who kicked Butler's three extra points. Long's other touchdown pass went to Skirchak in the third period. Noel Schlegelmilch ran over twice for Valpo, both times from the 1, and Don Marls' scored he oher, -also a run from he 1. Valparaiso 076 7—20 Butler -. • 14 0 7 6-27 Butl—Freeman 79 pass from Long' (Skirchak kick) Butl—Skirchak 9 pass from Long (Skirchak kick) Valp—Schlegelmilch 1 run (Hensel ick) * ' Valp—Martis 1 run (pass failed) Butl—Skirchak 19 pass from Long (Skirchak kick) Butl — O'Banion 3 run (kick failed) Valp—Schlegelmilch 1 run (Hensel at Indianapolis Saturday. LHS coach Fred Kinder said the five boys who passed Parmeter in the stretch were regarded as the meet's "cream of the crop." „ The race was finally won by Hobarl's Jim Markler, one of the outstanding Cross Country stars in the state. His time was ten minutes, and .7 of a second. Parmeter was 11.3 seconds behind the winner. • The first ten became members of the "10-20" club and received individual plaques. The club membership is limited to those who have, run the two miles in less than ten minutes, 20 seconds. Parmeter's high finish, established him as one of the state's top runners.. The first four, with their times, were: 1. Jim Markler, Hobart, 10; 00.7; 2. John Jarowsmski, Sacred. Heart,. 10:4; 3. Bob Scott, Elkhart, 10:5; 4. George Vinez, Cathedral; 10:6.9. , Open division team scores: Southport 96, Indpls. Cathedral 171, Muncie Central 182, Hobart 202 Anderson 206, New Haven 226, Mishawaka 229, Kokomo 248, In- diahapolis Washington 297, Indpls. tech 308, Fort Wayne South 330, Indpls. Broad Ripple 382, Ben Davis 389, Madison Heights 414, Crown Point 478, Indpls. Shortridge 497, Bloomington 497, Logansport 502, North Central ^(Marion Co.) 513, Elkhart 543, Indpls. Manual 550, Chesterton 577, Richmond 611, Indpls. Howe 636, Indpl Sacred Heart 657, Seymour 670, Lawrence Central 738, Indpls, Sce- cina 894. ' Closed division team scores: Warsaw 64, Muncie Burris 72, Pendleton 81, Morristown 81, Tipton 98, Bremen 178, Southwestern (Shelby Co.) 208, Delphi 215, West Lafayette 263, Waldron 273, Charlottesville 288, Fort Wayne Concordia 294, Battle Ground 378.- Baylor Defeats TexosTech 14-7 LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP) - Ronnie Bull twisted 50 yards for one touchdown and squirmed a yard for the other Saturday night in leading undefeated, untied Baylor, the nation's No. 7 team, to a mud- smeared 14-7 victory over Texas Tech. As the rain poured down, Baylor racked up its scoring in the first half then fought off a battling Red Raider team in the final periods in winning its second Southwest Conference game of the "season. It kept Baylor at the top of the conference race. Tech threatened often and intercepted four Bear passes but could not dent the Baylor defense when the .chips were' on the line. A crowd of 29,000 sat in the windswept rain to watch Texas Tech fail in its first Southwest conference game at home. Baylor " 770 0—14 Texas Tech^ ' 0- 7, 0 0— 7 Rose Poly Loses TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP). —Concordia of River Forest, 111., spoiled Rose Poly's homecoming Saturday, scoring twice in the first quarter after recovering Engineer fumble for a 14-0 victory. The Cougars recovered one fumble on the 33 and quarterback Bill Menz went over from the 3 a short time later. The second fumble was recovered on the 23 and halfback Tom Willasen ran it over from the 12. .Mentz .passed to Herb Pinske, for two extra points after the second touchdown. Twice in the third and fourth quarters the Engineers threatened, but' both .times Concordia put out the fire by intercepting passes. Concordia 14 0 0 0—14 Rose Poly 0000-0 St. Joe Tagged RENSSELAER, Ind. (AP) Quarterback Bob Clements scored one touchdown and passed for another Saturday as Indiana State won its first football victory of the year, -21-7 over St. Joseph's. Clements went over from the 2 in the second period for the first score, but the Pumas tied it up later in the period when George Connelly plunged over. The Sycamores wrapped up the Indiana Collegiate Conference game in the third •- Clements passing 10 yards to Bob Cohoon and Bill Gasjcy running over from the «... Wally Webb kicked the three extra points for Indiana State. The victory left State 1-3-0 for the season and St. Joe is 1-3-1. Indiana State 0 7 14 0-21 St. Joseph's 0700—7 Central Clipped INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Undefeated Ferris Institute converted two Indiana Central miscues into touchdowns and added another on a 63-yard marclvSaturday and defeated the Greyhounds 19-0 in an interstate football game. Tom Smith intercepted a Greyhound pass and scooted 70 yards for one touchdown, and Bill McNally ran 15 yards to the end zone after Ferris recovered an -Indiana Central fumble. Vern Hansen chalked. up the third touchdown, a 16-yard pass play from Gerrv Milatz; Ferris - « 0 0 13—19 Indiana Central 00 0 0—0 Goal-Line Stand NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. (AP)— Manchester scored' a touchdown late in the first quarter Saturday then came 'up with a goal line stand in the final period and -won its homecoming game, 7-2, over Taylor. The Spartans struck pay dirt in the first when quarterback Jim Easton passed ' 13 yards to halfback Don Keller in the end zone. bined.for all of Franklins points I Riv «'side; McKinley vs. Tipton at Saturday as the Grizzlies won a i Columl >>»; Fail-view vs. Columbia home - coming football victory from Earlham, 26-6. Bishop ran 25 yards for one score, caught two Stafford passes in (he end zone for two more, and kicked two extra points. Stafford scored the other touchdown himself when he intercepted a Quaker pass and ran it back 59 yards. Earlham scored its only touchdown in the second period, when Bill Phillips caught a five-yard pass tossed by John Losse Earlham 0600—6 Franklin 7 g 6 7 _ 26 . Ball Stale Wins GREENCASTLE, Ind. (AP) Halfback Joe Robinson spoiled De- Pauw's homecoming Saturday by scoring three touchdowns a s Ball State won a tight 24-20 victory from the Tigers. Robinson tallied the only first quarter score on a 21-yard run. Max Smith followed with his first of three extra point kicks. Smith made it 10-0 in the second quarter with a 31-yard field goal. With 50 seconds to go in the half, DePauw tallied on a one- yard plunge by Norm Samelson. Dave Cserep booted the extra point. The Tigers scored 35 seconds later on Ed Meyer's 20-vard pass to Wally Foltz and led at the half 13-10. Ball State 737 7—24 DePauw 0 13 0 7—20 at Fairview, at 4 p.m. Wednesday — Lincoln Jr. high vs. Lafayette Sunnyside at LHS Stadium, 7 o'clock. Friday— Berries vansitv vs. Kokomo at LHS' Stadium, NCC game at 8 p.m. Grade school games, Franklin ' vs. Washington at Riverside park; Jefferson vs. Tipton at Fairview; Longfellow vs. McKinley at Columbia, at 4 p.m. Indiana High School Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Marion 39, New Castle 12 Culver Military 17, St. .John's Military (Wis) 6 Fort Wayne Luers 33, Royerton 13 New Albany 26, Danville (Ky) 6 Evansville North 25, Evansville Mater Dei 7 Hobart 33, Gary Wallace 0 East Chicago Roosevelt 47, Hammond Morton 26 Gary Wallace B 19, Gary Andrean 0 Chesterton 20, River Forest « Ind. Deaf School 25, Kentucky Deaf School 7 Indpls. Howe 40, Madison Heights 0 South Bend Washington 21, South 1 Bend Central 7 Howe" Military 32, Vicksburg • (Mich) 13 Valparaiso 27, Gary Tolleslon 6 * National Hockey League Montreal 8, New York 4 Toronto 1, Boston 1 (tie) Logan Ilowlmor— SEPTEMBER HONOR ROLL! THE LOGAN BOWLMOR is proud to present the averages of the following bowlers through the month of September. Watch for htis new feature in the paper the 1st Sundav of Every Month. MENS AVERAGES 180 AND OVER Glen Gaby Jr. 209 Howard Goodrich 203 Peck Parmeter 201 Clarence Quillen 196 Ivor But-rough 196 L. Handschu 195 Sunny Schmaltz 194 Tony Sundy 193 Sim Shanks 193 Shirley Kalb 193 WilburBechdol 192 Al Grusenmeyer 192 Harry Smith 191 Al Franklin 191 Doyle Sheets 191 Dick Gallaway 190 Art Brinkruff 190 Red Newton 189 Jim Insley 188 John Campbell 188 Ralph Parmeter 187 Frank Lawlor 187 Paul. Davis 186 Lowell Smith 186 Eugene Breedlove 186 Walt Fowler 185 Walt Reitemeier 184 HIGH TEAM SERIES LOGAN BOWLMOR 3248 Bob Green Chas Kodgers Joe Burkhart Don Wise Jack Quillen Rus Holloway Bob Cole Bill Green Chuck Erickson John Erickson Jr. Link Rivers Ora Cunningham Dean Logan Chas Albright Cbas Pearson Frank lannetly Howard Fife • Jack Walters Robert Newman Robert Frank Bob Lowe Fred Pursch Chuck Rigglle Carl Lubbert Bob Lease Louie Mast Karl Rudig Jerry Hille 184 184 1S4 184 184 183 183 182 182 182 182 182 182 182 181 181 181 180 180 180 180 ISO ISO 180 180 180 181 ISO HIGH TEAM GAME LOGAN BOWLMOR 1158 HIGH INDIVIDUAL SERIES HARRY SMITH 675 HIGH INDIVIDUAL GAME S. KALB 269 WOMENS AVERAGES 150 AND OVER Mary Herd Shirley Wheeler Jo Werner Aggie Skellon Mary Bauch Betty Kingenr Ruth D'Andrea Bernice Fross Cluadia Layman Annie Savini Phyllis Buskirk Eileen Mullrncup 169 169 168 166 166 164 161 160 159 158 158 158 HIGH TEAM SERIES PERKS CAFE S44 Sylvia Lubbert Margaret Monahan Dorothy Huffman Clarice. Schoeder Phillis Smith Ernie Shanks Ellie Savini Mary Siddal Beatrice Frank Sue Gaby M. Daugherty Velma Cart Kathy Shellar 157 15C 155 154 154 154 153 IU 18 151 HIGH TEAM GAME CHRONICLE PRINTERS 23M HIGH INDIVIDUAL SERIES ELLIE SAVINI 597 HIGH INDIVIDUAL GAME FLORENCE MILLER 24'1 FOR BETTER SCORES & HIGHER AVERAGES BOWL AT THE Logan Bowlmor (SEVEN YEARS EXPERIENCE) TONY SUNDY GU1DO SCAGNOU

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