^SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1MB. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSJPORT PRESS, LOGANSPOXT, INDIANA PAGE MINK Boilermakers Upset Ohio State 24-21 Bernie Allen Purdue To Victory . By DALE BURGESS LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) T Purdue's- productive Bernie "Allen kicked a 32-yard, field goal and three extra points, passed brilli antly and ran the clutch yardage Saturday in a 24-21 upset of previously unbeaten Ohio State, the nation's No. 3 ranking team. Willie Jones! senior Purdue fullback, scored two touchdowns on short plunges; then got the third quarter clincher on a 26-yard sprint. He had never before made a collegiate touchdown. Ohio State had given up only one touchdown altogether -in three previous games but was smacked with two Purdue TIPs before it .could TD's before it could score. The Buckeyes caught up 14-14 in the second quarter on a five- yard, plunge by massive Bob Ferguson and ( Tom Matte's 31 : yard pass to Tom Perdue. Matte also set up the first one with a toss to Charles Bryant for 47 yards. Allen's 1 field goal, five minutes deep in the third quarter, was more than balanced by Ferguson's second touchdown plunge, set up by Roger Detricfc's 34-yard run. Willie Jones' clincher touchdown came in a 32-yard drive that included a 23-yard pass from 'Allen to sophomore Dave Miller. Miller fumbled after the catch but officials ruled .the ball dead. Ben Jones kicked Ohio State's extra points. Both teams played magnificent defensive .ball in the scoreless final period. Purdue drove to the Ohio State 15 but was thrown back by two penalties and the stout Buck defense. Ohio State took over on the 15 and was held for downs on its 31.. Purdue, beaten 24-13 at Wisconsin last week, outfought Ohio State in the line. Sophomore end Forest Farmer (from Zanesville, Ohio, incidentally) was especially put- standing in stopping Ohio State's last series. He hauled down Matte three times for losses 'in a six,-. .play series, almost nullifying three short passes the .Ohio State quarterback completed to Charles Bryant and Bill Wentz. '. , Willie Jones outdid Ohio State's 220-pound Ferguson. The Purdue fullback picked up 72 yards in 11 carries, Ferguson 70 yards^ in 19 rushes^ Jones also ran. .back tw,Q kickoffs a total "of 57 yards. : : Allen threw only six passe'S, completing five for 85 yards; Matte hit on eight of 13 for 145 yards. Neither had a pass intercepted. 1 End Sam Tidmore played an outstanding defensive game for Ohio State and caught one short pass.' Ohio State's second scoring drive, the one that produced the • 14-14 halftime knot, started when Tidmore recovered Dave Miller's fumble on the Ohio State 45. Purdue has_not been defeated in its last 12 games at home. Ohio State ran into the Lafayette jinx in its first appearance here since 1954,. • ' ... The. Buckeyes still lead their series with,the Boilermakers, 13-6, with two ties. Coach Woody Hayes declined to open his dressing room to newsmen and came out and commented, "Both teams moved the ball •well but Purdue moved it better." He said it was an entertaining example of open play if you like that sort of thing. He doesn't.'' Purdue Coach Jack Mollenkopf said, "I was most satisfied with that win. We certainly deserved it." He said it was definitely Purdue's best performance this year. He thought the Purdue second unit wore down the Buckeyes and the Purdue first--unit was fresher than the Buckeye first unit at the end of the game. Ohio State Purdue 0 14 7 7 7 10 0—21 0— 24 Pur—Jones 2 plunge (Allen jack) Pur—Jones' 3- plunge (Allen kick) OSU—Ferguson 6 run (Jones kick) OSIF—Perdue 31 pass from Matte (Jones kick) Pur-r^FG Allen 32 OSU—Ferguson 1 plunge (Jones kick) , . Pur—Jones 26 run (Allen kick) Attendance '46,284 Oracles Rally, Tie lYesf Side; Monfi Loses DELPHIC- The Delphi Oracles scored in the last minute of play here Friday afternoon to tie West Lafayette 14-14 before a /big homecoming crowd. Delphi's record is now five victories, one loss and two ties. The 'only loss was by one point. Miss Karen Janz was crowned homecoming queen during halftime, ceremonies. She was crowned by Delphi Mayor Charles Wood. W. Lafayette 7 Delphi 0 . 0-14 7—14 TIOGANS TAGGED MONTICELLO-The Monticello Tioga Indians put up a strong battle against the Wabash Apaches here Friday night but lost a scbrch'er 19 to 12 in a Central Indiana Conference clash. . Monticello had the Wabash team going around in circles through the early -stages' of the,game but the Apaches steadied and came on to get the winning ; TD in the. last half. " - - .: Sabatini Scores AsWabashWlns MADISON, Irid. (AP)-Wabash scored its second and winning touchdown Saturday after recovering its own second half kickoff and defeated Hanover 12-6. The Little Giants scored first on j.oe Sabatini's three-yard plunge in the first period, but the Panthers evened, the game in the second on a five-yard pass from Jerry Wagner to DiebSpeth. Rudy Folta Recovered the second half kickoff. on the Hanover 24 and scored minutes later on a seven-yard end run. Wabash. Hanover 0—12 0— 6 Wab—Sabatini 3 run (kick failed) Han—Speth 5 pass ..from Wagner •:.(lack failed)... '•"''•' Wab^Folta;? run ,(kick failed). Maryland Upsels Clemson 19-17 COLLEGE PARK,'Md. (AP) r Quarterback Dale Betty ignited a second , half ;raUy' by Maryland and passed the underdog Terps to a 19-1?' upset over ".eight-ranked Clemson Saturday. The senior irom Butler, Pa., connected on eight- consecutive passes in the final two periods as the Terps defeated defending Atlantic Coast Conference champions for the second.straight year. He-threw two touchdown passes and set up the other score with another aerial. Clemson,. winner of ACC titles in three of the last four years,.had run up a six-game winning streak since . losing . to 'Maryland' last year 28-25. ' Maryland, which had lost.three straight since winning the. 1960 opener, .was held 'fo 27 .yards gained in the .first half—air in the air—as Clemson throttled its multiple offense. Clemson 010 7 0—17 Maryland ......... 0 012 7—19 Hoosier Driver Given Jail Term In Fatal Accident GETTYSBURG, Pa/ (AP)-Ronald L. Gaylor, -22, Lafayette, Ind , was sentenced to a jail term of 30 days to one year'Saturday on charges of involuntary manslaughter in the accidental deaths of three children Aug. 1. Gaylor, a summer recreation director at the Hoffman Home for Children here, was driving a truck carrying 20 children home from a swimming party The truck upset killing three of the youngsters. Midshipmen Wallop Air force 34-3 BALTIMORE (AP)-Navy's Joe Bellino whirled to three first half touchdowns 'while quarterback Hal Spooner completely stole the passing thunder of the Air Force for a 35-3. Navy football victory Saturday. . Bellino, matching the .t h,r e e touchdowns he scored against Army last year, broke the undefeated Middies' first game with the Air Force wide open before the intermission. The stumpy senior from Winchester, Mass., plunged .for a touchdown after Air Force scored on a 32-yard field goal by Mike Rawlins. . Bellino then faked, pivoted and bulled his way 15 yards over the goal and two minutes later caught a 25-yard pass from Spooner to nail down Navy's fifth straight victory. Spooner, a senior from Williamsport, Pa , had a tremendous passing day, completing 15 out of 21 for 178 yards. Air Force 3 0-0 0—3 Navy 8 13 7 7—35 Boy Falls Under Truck To His Death Missouri Shatters Kansas St. MANHATTAN, Kali. (AP)-Missouri's power-running backs shattered hopelessly outnianned Kansas State 45-0 Satijrday.Jt was the second Big' Eight conference football victory and fifth straight of the season for the Tigers, ranked sixth nationally. : • It took the Tigers 1114 •minutes, moving..78,yards, to collect their first touchdown... After that, the Tigers moved at 'will; hampered only occasionally by penalties or a momentarily determined K- Sfate defensive effort. Senior halfback' Donnie Smith staged an offensive show as he tied a Missouri varsity record of three touchdowns in one game. The 179-pounder from Springfield, Mo., rolled-up 86 yards in 16 carries. Missouri also'received touchdowns from Mel West on a 24- yard third quarter gallop,' a four- yard burst from Jim Mkles and a one-yard~~plunge by CarF Craw- foi^d, 'both in the fourth quarter. Missouri ., . ' 7 10 15 13—45 Kansas State i 0000—0 Syracuse Remains Unbeaten SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP)-Hobble-kneed Mark Weber, relegated to a'defensive role because of injuries, intercepted a desperate Penn State pass in the third quarter Saturday and raced 60 yards for a touchdown that led:fourth- ranked Syracuse to a 21-15 victory. ' ' Weber; a senior halfback from Solon, Ohio, missed:.two games this' season because of me knee troubles that kept him out of action most of last year. His one big defensive, play Saturday was the payoff in an exciting .game of mingled long-gaining plays and tough defense. -/'"., Each team scored brie niore touchdown, but it was Weber's run that broke open the game. P<enn State's Galen. Hall, harassed T>y end Fred Mautino" on his pass attempt, dodged three tack-, lers before he let fly his abortive pass. Weber grabbed it on the Syracuse 40, got 5 an important block from fNorm' iemieux and was home .'free. for-;the score. Penn Stale-..'!..•... 'o~7 0 8—15 Syracuse , 7 0 14 0-21 Football FRIDAY'S SCORES Columbus 20, Jeffersonville 13 Michigan City 7, Mishawaka « Fort Wayne South'13, Warsaw 2 Huntingdon 44, Plymouth 0 Logansport 6, Anderson 0 Alexandria 13, Tipton 12 Noblesville 47, Sheridan 6 Kokomo 41, Muncie. Central 0- North Central 33, Warren Central 0 Southport 36, Seymour 13 Carmel 28, Lawrence Central 21 Connersville 51, Martinsville 0 Greenfield 18, Westfield 7 Indpls. Broad Ripple 14, Indpls. Washington 12 : Frankfort 7, Richmond 0 ' Brookville 19, RushviUe 0 Batesviile 38| North Vernon 0 Hammond 38, Hammond Claik 0 East Chicago Washington 14~Whit- mg B Griffith 19, Dyer 13 -East Gary.,18, Gary Edison 7 Lowell 7, Portage 0 South Bend St. Joseph's 6, Hammond Noll 0 Crown Point 5, Calumet 0 Vincennes 19, Bloommgton 13 Mississmewa, 21, Winchester 0 Indpls Tech 20, Lafayette 0 West Lafayette, 14, Delphi 14 Lafayette Catholic 13, Southwestern (Tippecanoe Co.) '« Attica 32, East Tipp 6 Crawfordsville 25~, Greerfcastle « Kentland », Wheatfield 0 Lebanon 74, Clinton Central 0 Indpls. Manual 32, Ben Davis 13 Indpls Scecina 30, Indpls Shorty-ridge 6 Carmel 28, Lawrence Central Jl Wabash 19, Monticello II South Bend Riley 7, South Bend Adams 0' La Ported,- Elkhart 0 Fort Wayne North '»,' Goshen 7 Washington-Clay 26, Baugo Twp. 0 New Haven .53, Kendallville 6 Napanee 18, Bremen 13 I North Judson 18, Knox 7 INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-A 4-year- Portland 19, Elmhurst I ' old Marion County lad died Saturday when he fell beneath the wheels of an ice cream truck near his suburban home"west of here. The driver of the truck, Harry Wurm, 49, Indianapolis, .told : police he was backing up and did not see little Robert Lodge Skinner fall under the truck. The boy died a short time later in General Hospital. Fort Wayne Catholic :l, Fort -Wayne Central 7 Angola-13, Blufflon 0 Decatur 20, Columbia City 14 Auburn 14, Manchester 1: Fort Wayne Concordia 13, Garrett 5 Speedway 33, Beech G'rove 2 Decatur Central 26, Danville 14 Elwood 58, Hartford City | Frtrilin M, Gnontwrg 14 MSUBlanks Notre Dame LET ME THROUGH-That's what Michigan State's Herb Adderley (26), might be thinking. However, Notre Dame ,players have a different idea. Adderley is being brought down by Joe Pcrkowski (38), Myron Poltios (75) and Trayer (81), in second quarter of game Saturday at South Bend. MSU won 21-0. (UPI Telephoto) SOUTH BEND, Ind. ^-Senior, quarterback Tom Wilson passed for two touchdowns and Ike Grimsley, who calls defensive signals, scored on a 35-yard runback of an interception as Michigan State handed Notre Dame its third straight football defeat Saturday 21-0. The victory, before a sellout' crowd of 59,133, was the fifth in a row over the Irish by the Duffy Daugherty-coached Spartans. It marked the first time in 72 years of Notre Dame football that the same coach 'defeated the Irish five successive times. MSU scored twice in the second quarter for a 14-0 halftime lead arid added another touchdown midway in the-fourth. The Irish, who have a 1-3 season mark.never moved closer than 28 yards to the MSU goal, twice getting that far. But Notre Dame, a 13-point underdog, was fired for an upset. Tempers exploded in the last five seconds as Oscar Hahn, 210-pound senior Michigan State guard, and Notre Dame captain and ( guard Myron Pottios let fists fly at each other. Coaches and players broke it up. Just as the game ended, both teams were at each others throats in a wild melee in the middle of the field. Several police with billy clubs went to the rescue but the scrap broke up without their help and the players finally left for the showers. Grimsley, a senior and an outside linebacker, scored the first touchdown of his career by stealing sophomore Norb Rascher's Kansas Ties Oklahoma LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)-Kan sas' Jayhawks. steamed from behind in the last quarter but had to settle for a 13-13 football tie with the Oklahoma Sooners when last minute strategy backfired. The Jayhawks, trailing from Oklahoma's touchdown drive on the opening kickoff, "tied the score on a 79-yard drive midway in the fourth period and had a first down on the Oklahoma 2-yard line with 24 seconds left. Placekiek expert John Suder was hustled in and. his short place kick shot straight into the air. It ended Kansas' best bid for a victory over the Sooners since 1946. The Jayhawks' last touchdown had conw! on a deep pitchout from quarterback John Hadl to halfback Bert Coan that went nine yards. Kansas elected to go for a tie and Suder's kick was good. Oklahoma .706 0—13 Kansas 060 7—13 Franklin, Jefferson Winners In Football Two shutouts were recorded in cify grade school football league action Friday *s Franklin's Bulldogs chewed up the Daniel Webster Warriors 33-0 at Riverside park arid Jefferson's 'Wildcats nicked the Columbia,.Red Devils on one; perfect play lit-Columbia field 7 to 0. - . ." Franklin •' ' '• 12 7 7 7—33 D. Webster . - 0000—0 TD-^F) Hwshberger 3, Mirehl- hausen, Radfce. . • PAT—<F>'H«rshberger, Fissell Jefferson^ 700 0—7 Columbia (0 » 8—0 TD-(J) Miller. PAT-(J) Tfatcbir. pass in the second period. Art Brandstatter place-kicked the first of his three extra points. Minutes later Wilson hit junior halfback Don Stewart on a screen pass that was good for .a 52-yard touchdown. In the fourth quarter, Wilson passed.23 yards to Herb Adderley for another. Adderley'si touchdown ended a 70-yard drive in 5 plays. It was keyed by runs of 27 yards by Adderley and 14 by Ron Hatcher. . In each of the Spartans' second quarter touchdowns, spectacular blocking cleared the way. Grimsley got his chance when Rascher's toss was deflected off MSU center Dave Berman and into the defensive specialist's arms. End Ernest Clark threw the block and set Grimsley free. Stewart's gallop came after Clark had recovered - Dan Griffith's fumble on the Irish 42. As Stewart rambled goalward, Mickey Walker, Adderley and Lon Sanders bowled over tacklers to pave the way. The Spartans passed up a chance to score in the first period when they drove 42 yards. But the Irish held them for three downs on the 4 and took over. Michigan State 0 14 0 7—21 Notre Dame .0000—0 MSU—Grimsley 35 pass interception (Brandstatter kick) MSU—Stewart 52 pass from Wilson (Brandstatter kick) MSU—Adderley 23 pass from Wilson (Brandstatter kick). Attendance 59,133. Berries Nip Indians; Kokomo Here Friday Thfc Logansport Berries, victors Friday night at Anderson,'*are anxiously awaiting a chance at the Kokomo Wildcats, one of the top-rated prep teams in the state. Kokomo, winners Friday over Muncie Central 41-0, will invade LHS Stadium this Friday night. The Wildcats are undefeated and :he Berries are 5-1. Logansport's Bob Kern ran 46 yards in the burth per-iod for the only score of the game Friday night in 6rfl decision over the Anderson Indians, rated as one of the best in he conference at the start of the season. The Indians so far have lost five games. For three solid quarters it was a ding-dong battle between the 20 yard lines with neither team able to generate a scoring punch. They tried it by land, and they ;ried it by air but it produced naught. Lpgan reached the Anderson 15 yard line as the half ended, that being the best push of the first two periods. Penalties and strong defenses by both sides kept scoring nil throughout the first three periods. Then suddenly the break came in the first minute of the last quarter. Logan had moved the ball to the Anderson 46 as the third period ended. Mike - Berndt picked up five yards on the first play of the fourth quarter. Then a 5-yard penalty for illegal procedure put the ball back on the 46. Bobby Kerns, sophomore fullback, broke through a wide open hole at tac kle, dashed past the startled Anderson, secondary and outran them to the goal. Jim (Buck) Bender's point try i Berries led left to play. Recover Fumble < Anderson stormed back was blocked, so the 6-0 with 11 minutes after the kickoff and aided by a 15-yard personal foul penalty on the Berries moved all the way to the Logan 20. It was at this point that the Berries defense stood out. Charley Myers, senior lineman, broke through and smacked QB Tom Seal so hard that the ball jolted out of his hands. Myers, alert to the situation, recovered the ball for Logan. That did it. The firs' half saw the Perries throwing the ball more oiten than they have all. season. Bender hurled 75 times in the first half and only once after the iniermis-. sion. He hit on S of 15 in the first two pciiods and connected on his only try in the second half. Anderson uswl three oUfbrem tossers with ^B Tom Seal doing most of it. The Tribe connected on 4 of 14 Kit's. Each team had some good saves on pass defense and' both Bender and Seal uncorked a 50- yard pass throw that barely missed. . Jim (Buck) threw another one for 40 yards that saw Jimmy Kerns on the receiving end in the clear but the ball skittered off Kerns' finger tips. He had gotten fcwhind the Anderson defense on the play and it would have been an easy 15 yard jaunt to the goal had he gotten the ball. This occurred in the second period and missed sub-end Bud Short with his 50 yard throw. Bender also got away some neat kicks, averaging close to 40 yards with several long ones. Summary: LOGANSPORT Ends-Vance, Welch. Tackles—Shook, Schreyer, Murray. Guards Busch, Myers, B. Berndt. Centers—DiGenova, Fitzgerald. Backs — Bender, J. Kerns, Berndt, B. Kems, B. Smith, Newton, Maple, Hillis, Pfaff. ANDERSON Ends—Duffy, Bivens, Short, Smith. Tackles—King, Scott, Lloyd. . Guards—Bradley, McCord, Bryant, Shultz. Center—Tallman. Backs—Seal, Townsend, Rayford, Collier, Bausman, Carter, Jordan, Mainofd. TD-(L) B. Kems. First Downs—(L) 11, (A) S. Passes—(L) 18, completed 6; (A) 14, completed 4. Penalties—(L) 75 yards; (A) 30 yards. Fumbles-(L) none; (A) J, lost 1. Yards rushing—(L) 170. (A) 74 Yards passing—(L) 94, (A) 45. Yards on punt returns—(L) 53, (A) 31. Yards on kickoffs-(L) 12, (A) 37. 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