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SUNDAY, OCTOBEE 23, MW- PAGE SIX THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, tOGANSPORT, INDIANA - ;_ SUNDAY. OCTOBER 23, V*a._ Top Teams Squeeze By Rugged Foes Iowa Survives, Wash. Rallies To Win 30-29 CHICAGO (AP)-Big Ten foot. ball standings: • W. L. T Pet. Pis.. OP. 400 1.000 US 50 300 1.000 38 10 1 0 .667 89 38 1 0 .500' 3944 2 0 .333 52 75 2 0 .333 31 41 2 .0 .333 51 66 • Iowa Minnesota ., Ohio State .. Michigan St ' Wisconsin .. ;' Michigan ... Purdue Illinois 0 N'western .. 0 Indiana 0 .667 .500' .333 .333 .333 .005 .000 .000 1755 7 63 0 0 Indiana conference games do not count — ties count % game won, }i game lost. By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer Led by Iowa's top-ranked Hawk- eyes — who almost didn't make it —all the major undefeated college football teams in the country rolled to victory Saturday as the second half of the season got under way. Iowa, No. 1 team in the current Associated Press poll, downed lOth-ranked Purdue 21-14, with the Boilermakers threatening as the clock ran out. Mississippi, toppled off the top rung by Iowa, played a -night , game with Arkansas. , Syracuse, Navy, Missouri, Minnesota and Baylor, rated Nos. 3 ; through 7 in The AP rankings, permitted their opponents a total of just eight points. i Syracuse, the defending national champion which has been unimpressive in,'piling up four victo- ' Ties, clobbered West Virginia, 450. Navy shut out Penn 27-0; Missouri crushed Iowa State 34-8; Minnesota blanked Michigan, 10-0, and Baylor whitewashed Texas A&M, 14-0. Washington, No. S, scored a touchdown in the final period to ' defeat Oregon State, 30-29. . Ohio State, No. 9, ground out a 34-7 triumph over Wisconsin. Tennessee, also unbeaten, made a bid to push into the top 10 with a 35-0 •triumph over Chattanooga. In the national television game, of the day. Northwestern Notre Dame 7-6. PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION Sports Card * ForfAelVeet City Grade school football league action winds up this week with one game Monday and three I Tuesday. | City junior .high football also| 'concludes on Monday night. at LHS Stadium as undefeated Riley-Fain'iew goes for a clean sweep against Lincoln's Rail- splitters, a team they nipped 7-fl early in the campaign.' Loganberry varsity football con tinues Wednesday with an impor tant clash'. at Jeff of Lafaj ette ( Wednesday night that is expected j to have a bearing on the 1060 NCC race. .' I Coach Fred Kinder's Logan-1 berry harriers run in the section al meet at South Bend Tuesdav 1 seeking entry to the state finals I Nov. 5. , The week's card: FOOTBALL j Mondav — .Riley-Fairview vs. Lincoln for city Jr. High championship at LHS Stadium, 7 p.m: Grade school game—Daniel Webster vs. Washington -at Fairvicw. Tuesday—Grade, school games: Fairview vs. Tipton at Riverside; Franklin vs. McKuiIey. at Columbia; Jefferson vs. Longfellow at Fairview. Wednesday—Berries varsity at Jeff of Lafayette. NCC game, ai.j 7 p.m. Logansporl time. : CROSS COUNTRY . Tuesday — Berries varsilv in IHSAA sectional meet at South Bend, 3 p.m. Gf iff lib Beats ToweelJn8t/i : NEW YORK (AP) — Emile • Griffith of the Virgin Islands unleashed a two-fisted body barrage :. to stop Willie Toweel of South 'Africa at the end.of the eighth round of a scheduled 10-rounder at Mad". ison Square Garden Saturday night. Griffith weighed 147%, To- weel 144. Griffith, who had dropped To- weel in the opening seconds of the • fourth round and again at the start of the seventh, finally stowed him away with a pair of knockdowns in the eighth. . A series of body punches drove - Toweel to the ropes and he folded * after a left hook to thehody. Willie squatted at the edge of the ring holding the middle rope, for sev- • en seconds during the mandatory ' eight count. When he got up, Grif„fifth tore after.him. and pushed - Toweel to the canvas. ". Referee Al Berl signaled no knockdown, but another barrage dropped Toweel to all fours as the bell sounded ending the eighth. Dr. Samuel Swetnick, New York State Athletic Commission physician, examined'the South African and signaled the referee .to halt the nationally televised bout. Butler Blanks Ball Si. 27-0 MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) - Reserve halfback Larry Shook scored twice Saturday as Butler mixed a versatile offense with a rock-ribbed .defense and blanked Ball State 270 in an Indiana Collegiate Conference football game. Shook scored in the third quarter on a three-yard run and again in the final period on a 26-yard scamper. Halfback John Skirchak and fullback Gary Green added touchdown .apiece and Skirchak kicked three of .the four extra points he attempted. The victory left the Bulldogs' with a 5-1 record and 3-1 in conference play. Ball State is 24 overall and 1-3 in the conference. The Butler defense gave up, only 99 yards rushing while the Bulldogs were pilling up 221 themselves. The only threat by the Cardinals came in the first period when they marched to the Butler 16 but couldn't keep going. Butler 0 7 14 &-27 Ball State ....0 000-0 Butl—Green 2 plunge (Skirchak kick) Butl — Shook 3 run (Skirchak Loses Contact Lens On Scoring ID And Then Loses Bail Game LISLE, HI. (AP)-Quarterback Bob Spinner took the snap from center, spun and dived for the goal line in the traditional .Saturday afternoon football manner. • The St. Procopius quarterback was met by one, then two Marmion Academy- linemen but he'd crossed the goal line. But he didn't move. He didn't get up. Officials rushed, to^him, coaches and players gathered around.. Then Spinner- shouted: "Don't anybody move. I've lost'my contact lens. Nobody moved. A' few'minutes later at halftime, fans;.:hv the stands joined coaches, players and officials as they scoured the end zone. But to -no avail. The lensless quarterback played, on, obviously handicapped. St. Procopius .lost, 32-26. Bears Bop Texas Ag. WACO, Tex (AP) - Ronnie Stanely's third quarter 44-yard iass to Tommy Minter revived mdefeated Baylor's lagging offense and the Bruins went on to defeat Texas A&M 14-0 Saturday. Following this key play, Ronnie Goodwin scored - Baylor's •; first touchdown on a s three-yard sprint around end. Larry Corley kicked the extra point. Baylor made" it 14 .ater in-the third'quarter on : a pass interception-; and a 36-yard touchdown run. by fullback Robert Starr. ' -:' : '-''- •: - '••:',; Corley's- place kick, for the second extra point of the game was ranked Baylor's hold on first place n. the Southwest Conference. After playing two tie games, the Aggies met-their first defeat in league play. 1 Baylor's fearsome offense jogged down twice in the first naif and the Aggies punched, once :o-Bayl6r's 15 and again to the 27 n scoring threats, that••failed-: It was Baylor all the way in the last ;wo periods, : . . ;• A&M • '••• .0 0': 0 0— 0 Baylor . , 0 0 14 0—14 kick) Butl — Shook 3 run' (Skirchak! Hoak ran for the extra two points. ini Edge Penn State CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP) -John Easterbrook, Illinois' Tom Thumb quarterback, Saturday. combined with giant end Ed O'Bradovich for a-first quarter touchdown that keyed a 10 to 8 victory "over Penn State. ' ' , ' It was Illinois' first triumph over the Nittany Lions in a,three game football series and ended .a two game Ulini losing slump this season. All of the mini's scoring was. in the first quarter as they toot advantage of a. strong wind that faced Penn State's punter, Charles Raisig. Penn State tallied in the final three minutes of the game on a 75 yard thrust in 10 plays. Galen Halls' 13 and nine-yard passes to John Bbzik and Dick- Hoak's 27 yard toss to Al Gursky provided the punch. Hoak kept it with a one yard scoring pitch to Gursky. Bowling • National Hockey League: By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago 4, Montreal 2 Detroit 2^ Toronto 1 kick) Butl—Shook 26 run (kick failed) Hounds Down Franklin 11 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -Indiana Central scored twice in the final quarter Saturday after spotting Franklin 21 points early in the game and knocked .the Grizzles out of a-tie for the Hoosier Conference football lead with a 33-28 victory. The victory/left the Grayhounds alone atop the Hoosier Conference with a 3-0 record. The Grizzlies "are. now 3-1 in loop play. Max .Stafford passed for two of Franklin's early touchdowns and J. R. Bishop, who caught one of the passes, added all three extra points. • • ; Central's'Jim Ware cut loose for two consecutive tallies 'on short plunges, but Franklin added another—Stafford passing to Willie Cheesman, before the Greyhounds cut "loose, with three — the final and deciding one by Ware on a three-yard run.' Demo Clerk Dies, Republican To Job ' .NEW ALBANY Ind. '(AP)-Gov. Harold'W.'Ha'ndley Saturday appointed >r S x --,l.., Curry "as Floyd County; clerk to-succeed Carl E. Bornwasser, who died Friday. "Curry,;68, is a New Albany industrialist and is'treasurer of .the Floyd County .Republican Central C o m m i 11 e ; e. - Bornwasser was Floyd County Democratic chairman. ' • - Penn State Illinois 0 10 o o 8—: 0-10 Indict 2 For Spankings SULLIVAN, Ind. (AP)-The Sullivan County grand jury Saturday indicted the -principal and basketball coach of \Graysville High School on charges of assault and battery in the alleged spanking of pupils. Sheriff Harold Conner said Saturday night warrants had not been served on principal Fred K. Gale and coach Rex E. Kirchoff, because "neither of them were at home." He said, however,' he expected both to report at.the county, -jail here either Saturday night or Sunday morningi Kirchoff, who is. -basketball | coach and ajso teachesTnathemat- ics, health and physical.education, was reached by telephone at.his home and said he "heard from a reliable source" about "-"the warrants but had received no official notification. The coach said he heard Circuit Court Judge Joe W. Lbwdermilk set bond at $500 each, and added: "I've got my bond ready, 'AT.LOGAN BOWLMOR Ladies Wednesday League ' W L Dick Elliott Dist. 15 6 Joe & Pinky's WVi 6', Rendezvous 14 7 China'Lane ' 12'/4 8>, Muehlhausen's 12 9 First Federal- 12 9 Perk's U 10. Chronicle Printing 9!4 II 1 , Haugh's &A 12>4 Pat & Marie 7 14 B &-K Root Beer 6 15 Shaw Air Cond. * 17 Three games-'-were won by Dick Elb'ott's, Chronicle; two by Joe & Pinky's, Haugh's, .China Lane and Pat & Marie. 500 Series—Elite Savin i 500 (135,173,192). ' . 450 Series—M. P'asserini 465, H Pierce 472, M.' Monahan 453, B Fross 476, E. Shanks 492, B, Hepinger 484, .S. Wheeler 482, 160 Games—M. Passerini 168 H. Pierce 172, M. Monahan 171 B. Frbss 182,.J. McGwin 171, K Sheller 161, M. Kurd 161, N. Conn 169, E. Shanks 194 and 178, B Klepingeo 177 and. 178, L. .Holl 170, C.'Hille 166, H. Maughmer 168, J. Edwards 171, S. Wheeler 167. HABERDASHERS • CLOTHIERS 425-431 Broadway LOGANSPORT lis ninth straight. The -.victory preservi ed ! seventh- LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP)-Allen Green kicked a 39-yard field goal in the final play of the game Saturday .night to give unbeaten Mississippi a 10-7 victory 1 over | Arkansas before 40,000 fans. When the final play started there were only three, seconds to go. Green calmly booted the field goal that gave Mississippi, the No. 2 team in the Associated Press poll, its sixth straight tn- umoh as time ran out It was a tense struggle m which underdog Arkansas took a 7-0 lead in the second period on a three- yard'jump 1 pass from quarterback George McKinney to end Jim/Baston and-Mickey Cissell's conversion.. • Back came Mississippi in the Huskies Nip Oregon St. PORTLAND, Ore. (APMVash- ington,; the Rose Bowl favorite, ia'd, to .•scramble from behind- to edge Oregon State 30-29 in'a battle between two West Coast football leaders.: Saturday. . ' Quarterback Bob Hivner, replacing the injured All-America Bob Schloredt, scored the tieing touchdown with a one-yard plunge that climaxed a 64-yard 'drive with just 2 minutes, 7 seconds-remaining. , The running of fleet halfbacks George Fleming and Charlie Mitchell' saved'the day for Washington. Fleming scored two touchdowns and Mitchell one. Both Mitchell and Fleming con- tributed'sizable gains to Washington's final march. The big gains were a 22-yard dash by Fleming and 13-yard end sweep by Mitchell, putting the ball on the Oregon State three. It took Washington three plays 'from there to score against the stubborn Staters. Washington. . 0 7 16 7-30 Oregon Stale 12 10 7 0-29 third period to tie in the score on quarterback Jake Gibbs' 57-yard touchdown pass -to end Ralph Smith and Green's successful conversion. • Cissell, the hero of last week's totalling Arkansas victory over Texas with his. 30.-yard field goal, trid another Saturday night early in the final period./This, time his 34-yard attempt was wide and short. Mississippi- 007 Arkansas .' 07-0 3—10 0-7 Kkks2 Goals AsCentreWitK DANVILLE, Ky. (AP) --The kicking of Jack Pace began and ended the ;game Saturday as Centre -.took- a 27-6 football - victory from Hanover. - Pace kicked two field goals, one shortly .after the opening kickoff and the other with three seconds left in the game. They measured 22 and 30 yards. He also kicked three extra points. Hanover could muster only one scoring play,'that in the .second quarter when Jerry Winger returned a punt 84 yards., Centre scored in'every period. Hanover .....0 600—6 Centre • '. 3.7 COLLEGE fOOf BALL Evansville 9, DePauw 0 VMI 14'; Boston 'College 14 (tie) Navy 27, Penn 0 :-. Holy Cross'27, ; Columbia 6 Yale 36, Colgate 14 ' Army 54, Villanova 0 . . Harvard 9, Dartmouth 6 - Princeton.21, Cornell 18. Rutgers s;:LehighO Maine 13, Bates 13 (tie) ' Massachusetts 7, Northeastern 0 . Vermont 8, Norwich 0 Brown 36, Rhode Island 14 "Connecticut 16, Boston U. 14 Syracuse-45, West Virginia 0 Tufts 10, Williams 9 Amherst 13, Wesleyan 0 ' Howard 21, Fisk 12 , Coast Guard 26, Worcester Tech 18 ' ' ' Bucknell 28, Lafayette 0 . . Bowling Green 28, Kent State 0' Virginia Tech 40, Virginia 6 Georgia Tech 14, Tulane 6 ' South Carolina. 22, North Carolina 6 Tennessee 35, Chattanooga 0 Duke 21, Clemsbn 6 'Auburn 20, Miami (Fla:) 7 Johns Hopkins 8, Wash. & Lee .8 (tie) /PROMISING RACE STAR-That's Gary Byers, 22, of 4019 Pol- lowattomie Point Road,' who. has been .engaged in midget racing for nearly five years with success: He is shown, above with * Ford V-8-owned by'Tom Hess, city ; which he drove most of this season. Gary drove the Davis Offy from Detroit in the last four/raccs of the season and finished second in the Michigan state championship run. Byers said that two drivers with experience, who have helped him greatly are Rex Easton and" George Tichenor. Byers holds track records at Athena, Mich.; Peoria, HI.; South Bend and Bucyrus, Ohio. The local driver has finished second 11 times this year,'third six times, fourth five times.;fifth nine times, sixth twice and ninth once. His mechanic.is Tom-Ward of Lafayette. Byers says, he Jikes the half-mile dirt tracks best and this year was his first" full season of driving full-sized midget racers. In the^ past he has driven.micro and % midgets in nr°,s all over the midwest from Pennsylvania to Cedar Rapids, la.' His one big hope is getting into big cars later and competing at Indianapolis Speedway. ' _ H.S. football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington-Clay 14, Culver Mil' itary ,13 • ' . Cincinnati Country Day 27, Indpls. Park 7 -..Gary Andrean 14, Chicago. Heights (111.) Marion 12 | Fort Wayne Catholic 39, Fort Wayne North 7 Elmhurst 12, Manchester 7 Evansville Reitz 31, Bloom- irigton 0 New Albany 20, Clarksville 13 Evansville Lincoln 28, Owensboro (Ky.) Western 20 • Baugo Twp. 18,. North Judson 6 Tom Bobbins Is Sr. Golf Champ PINEHURST, N.C. (AP)-Tom Robbins, 67-year-old Pinehurst go-lfer, defeated J. Walcott Brown, Sea Girt, N.J., Saturday to become the first person to win the North and South Seniors Tournament twice. Robbins beat back a determined' effort My Brown, 10 years his junior, to win the 16th and 17th holes and take the championship match 2 and 1. Robbins, who has qualified for each of the nine tonrnaments, won the first time in 1956. Brown AT MYERS LANES TEN PIN LEAGUE •'., -.. - . ' W •Jones Auto McNutt: Realty . -17' 16 14 13 12 11 L 4 5 7 8 9 10 12! 13 13 14 14 Shoemaker's General Tire. • PI.. Hill Greenhouse Dodge-Darts W. T. Grant's State Auto, Grusenmeyer's W.S.A.L. Wamer-s Greenhouse Hammond Drugs ' &A. -16'/4 Three games were won hy Grant's, McNutt's; two by Pleasant' Hill/- General Tire, Shoemaker's, Dodge. High Series — Marjorie Green 352, Clarice Schroeder 513, Elaine Shafer '497, Barbara Hatter ,455, Esther'Hizer 518, Marjorie-;Rudig 483. High Garoes-M. Green 176, C. | Schroeder. 202, M, Cantrell 213, E. Shafer 169, 166, 162;. E. Hizer 166, 189, 163; JX Shoemaker 164, P. Leonard 174, N. Brown 161, M. [vansvilleAces DefeatDePauw Evansville, IndT.(AP):'—-Evans-1 ville College kept its Indiana, Con- j ference football slate' clean Satur-' day night with a 9-0 victory over DePauw featured by a 73-yard touchdown gallop by sophomore fullback 7ohn..Titzer. Larry Ducan booted a 36-yard field goal for the Aces in the last three seconds of the first half and Titzer- turned in his scamper, in the-third stanza. Evansville was .penalized 161 yards and the Tigers got set back SO in the hard-fought battle. DePauw .0 fl 0.0—0 Evansville 0360-9 Evan — FG Ducan'36 Evan — Titzer 73 run (kick failed) Alabama 14, Houston 0 'Ohio' State 34, Wisconsin 7 Minnesota 10, Michigan 0 •, Illinois 10, Penn State 8 .Northwestern 7,-Notre Dame 6 Missouri 34, Iowa State 8 Michigan State 35, Indiana 0 Iowa 21, Purdue 14 . .'Kansas 14, Oklahoma State 7 '.Vanderbiit 23, Marquetle 6 Oklahoma 49, Kansas State 7 Ohio U. 21, .Miami. (Ohio) 0 Tulsa 34, Cincinnati 3 Pittsburgh 7, Texas Christian 7 (tie.) ' >' Baylor 14, Texas A&M 0 Texas Tech'28; SMU 7 Akron 21, Wooster 20 Omaha 7, Emporia (Kan.) 0 South Dakota 7, Washington (St: Louis) 0 North Dakota State 14, South Dakota State 14 (tie) West Texas 21, Hardin-Sim'mons 710—27! 0 . . ..'-•••' Arizona State College 14, -Panhandle Okla-.A&M 13 Brigham Young 7,. Montana 8 Montana State 26, Arkansas St:' though, so I won't have to go to Rudig 173 and 176, M. Thornton 163. High Team Series—Dodge-Darts 2227. High Team Garrje—State jail." Prosecutor Paul R. Whitlock said he asked for a grand jury investigation after receiving complaints of spankings at the school. Kirchoff said he spanked, seven boys Oct. 14 for failing to complete an 11-page health reading assignment given them a week before. "Nothing beside spankings seemed to bolher them," Kirchoff said. "I don't think the parents minded." Indiana High School Tootbill Muskegon (Mich.) Catholic 26, South Bend Riley 7 Paducah Bosse 13. (Ky:) 28, Evansville Mount Vernon 52, North Posey 0 Auto 842. Tell Nudists Not i To Practice Cult On Public Beaches LONDON (APJ-Britain's 50,000 nudists were urged by their chief sponsors Saturday to use a little discretion about where they disrobe. , • ,, The Sun Bathing Association said other people—the kind who like to wear clothes—are .getting angry at seeing naked bodies on their favorite beaches. Boy Darlj Inlo Path Of Auiomobiie By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An 8-year-old La Porte County boy was injured fatally Saturday when he darted'across Ind. 39 into the path of.'a car. He was Indiana's third weekend traffic victim; Charles Bentrup was struck by a car driven by Ailene Schaack, 18, Chicago, near his home about eight miles north of La Porte. He was the-son of Mrs. Viola Bentrup. State police said the boy waited for one car to pass then darted into the path of the Chicago auto. National Basketball Association Cincinnati. 119,"New York 117 Boston 118, Detroit 116 Philadelphia 133, Syracuse 123 0 Wyoming. 15, Air Force 0 Utah 49, Denver 16. . "' Colorado 19, Nebraska 6 Washington 30, Oregon' State 29 Oregon 20, California 0 Utah State 21, Colorado State U: Idaho State 77, Colorado College 8 Washington State 51, COP 12 Western (Colo.) State 13, -Westminster (Utah) 8 Colorado State College 20, Colorado Mines 12 Georgia 17, Kentucky 13 Maryland 14, Wake Forest 13 Hofstra 6, Temple 4 .San Francisco State 18, Nevada 7 McNeese (La.). 3, Tampa ;0 Florida State 22, Wm. & Mary." Baldwin-Wallace ,30, Geneva (Pa,) ; 7 'Centre 27, Hanover 6 Butler 27, Ball State 0 Mississippi- 10, Arkansas 7 Rose Poly 19, Elmhurst 6 ^arlham 19, Manchester 13 'Anderson 20; Taylor 6 St. Joseph's (Ind) 21, Valparaiso 14 Bradley 28, Wabash 14 Detroit 13, Dayton 0 Rice 7, Texas 0 North Texas State 29, Drake 7 Arlington (Tex?) State, Abilene (Tex.) Christian 6 Florida '13, LSU 10 N.C, State 20, Mississippi Southern 13 . the new topcoat, a super new Saxony, in 1960's N I WIST plaids TO HALL OF FAME DUNEDIN; Fla. (AP) - Fred McLeod, 78-year-old professional goIpher at Columbia Country Club, Chevy Chase, Md.,- has been named to the PGA Hall of Fame. This ii very probably l°60'i newest topcoat what a handsome coat it a ...and how it wears! 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