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PAGE EIGHT Ohio State Runs THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3t, 1M*. an State 21-10 Buckeye Halfback Too Much For MSU EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP)— Ohio State's eighth-ranked Buck eyes jolted Michigan State with a secret weapon—a 165-pound half back who had carried the bal only 10 V times all season—and bat tered the Spartans 21-10 Saturday ' in a bruising Big Ten footbal •game. Bob Klein, a 24-year-old sopho more, popped open a scoreless duel with a 46-yard touchdowr dash early in the second pe.iod, The title-hungry Buckeyes charged lip by the breakdown in the Michigan State defense blocked a punt eight plays later and gobbled up a second touchdown. The Buckeyes added a thirc quarter touchdown on a 25-yarc • pass from, quarterback Tom .Matte to end Bob Middleton and 'ruined the day for the 76,520 • homecoming fans. \ '. - Michigan Statej the nation's 10th ranked .team, fumbled away • two scoring chances and missed . another score when end Lonnie Sanders dropped a pass in the end zone. Ohio State 0 14 7 0-21 Michigan 0 3 0' 7-10 BIG TEN STANDINGS W. L. T Pet. Pts. OP 400 l.toO 118 50 300 1.000 38 10 310 .750110 2 2 120 ' Iowa " Minnesota Ohio State Wisconsin ; Illinois Michigan St Michigan . Purdue ... N.'western Indiana .500 .333 I 2 0 .333 L 3 0 .250 ; 3 0 .250 I 3 0 .000 000 .000 48 68 88 31 67 49 65 44 57 63 80 7 63 0 (Indiana conference games do not count; ties count 3 /4 game ,von, Vi game lost) ' Thompson In Decision OverOrtega NEW YORK (API-Argentina's Federico Thompson rallied Saturday night to' gain a unanimous decision over Mexico's Gaspar a bristling television at Madison Square Iowa Hawkeyes Knock Oil Kansas IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP)-Iowa's top-ranked Hawkeyes easily defeated Kansas 21-7 Saturday without displaying any of their usual razzle-dazzle football' offense. Quarterback Wilburn Hollis led Iowa to its sixth straight victory of the season. He scored in the first quarter on a 30-yard run and plunged one yard for a third period touchdown that gave the Hawks a 21-0 lead. Pointing to its crucial Big Ten conference game with undefeated Minnesota next Saturday, Iowa relied only on basic plays against the Big Eight Conference team. Kansas, suffering its second loss of the season, was unable to move into Iowa territory until the third quarter. The Jayhawks turned loose with passes in the final period and scored with 1:52 remaining on 'John HadlY eight-yard run. Kansas -0007—7 Iowa .777 0—21 National Hockey League Montreal 3, Boston 2: i Toronto 8, Chicago 4 Ortega in 10-rounder Garden. A storm of boos greeted the verdict which protected Thompson's Dec. 10 title shot with welterweight champion Benny Paret of Cuba. The officials had the'3-1 favored Thompson ahead by the following round scores: Referee Art Mercante, 5-3-2, Judge Tony Castellano, 5-4-1, and Judge Joe Eppy, 6-3-1. The -Associated Press score card had Ortega in front, 5-4-1. A check of the ringside showed an even split, four writers for Thomson , and four for Ortega. A loss would Have cost the 32- year-old Argentine his once-postponed shot with Paret at the Garden. ' Thompson had to go- all out against the 24-year-old Mexican who gave it all he had for the full 10 rounds in a bid for a dramatic upset and his seventh straight victory. There were no knockdowns al- :hough Thompson was trying hroughout the fight to put the ron-jawed Mexican away with one punch. He landed his best punches but couldn't floor his game rival. Thompson weighed 151, four pounds over the welterweight limit and appeared sluggish with the excess poundage. Ortega was"finely tuned at 148 pounds. Missouri Walks Over Nebraska LINCOLN, Neb.. (AP)'-^Undefeated Missouri pounded Nebraska into submission Saturday 28-0 to run its football win 1 string to seven games. • ••. Scoring at a toucbdowri-a-quar- ter clip, Missouri posted its points on a pair of short plunges by Donnie Smith, a brilliant 69-yard sprint by Norris Stevenson and a 20-yard TD pass, Ron Taylor to Norm Beal. • Missouri, relying largely, on end runs and plunges, marched 77 yards in 15 plays 'the first time it g£r;ed possession of the ball in the first quarter. ' • - Nebraska couldn't manage as much as a first down in this initial period and never got a sustained offense going until the game's waning moments when a 75-yard assault bogged down on Missouri's 7. .-•-•• Missouri Nebraska 7—28 0— 0 Butler Togs Evansville INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Butler, with John Skirchak scoring three .touchdowns and kicking two extra points, .mauled EvansviUe 34-6 Saturday in a game that knocked the Aces but of sole possession of first place in the Indi- Minnesota Remains Unbeaten Wildcats Club Boosters ball Collegiate race: Conference foot- Bally Ache Dies LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP)^-Sophomore racing star Bally Ache died Saturday, a week after he was retired to Bosque Bonita Farm to enter a new career as a stallion. Veterinarians reported an acute inflammation of the digestive tract caused death. TWO ELIMINATED BRISBANE, Australia (AP) — Christian Kuhnke of Germany, and .Carlos Fernandez of Brazil, were eliminated in the second round of the "Queensland Tennis Tournament Saturday. They were the last remaining foreigners. WINS DEBUT LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Cassius Clay, 'the Olympic light heavyweight champion, made his professional, debut by beating Tunney Hunsaker into submission in a 6-round fight Saturday night. HuskiesRallyJoSlipPastOregon SEATTLE (AP) — Don McKetai The' first hauled in a Bob Hivner pass for a 47-yard touchdown play that - gave the Washington Huskies a last-gasp 7-6 football victory over was scoreless, Oregon Saturday, When senior halfback George Fleming booted the perfect placement with just 2:24 minutes left on the clock, it was the third successive week in which' his toe brought victory to the Huskies. A week ago Washington outlasted Oregon State 3-29 and they beat UCLA a week earlier 10-8 on a Fleming field goal. with Oregon never getting beyond its own 38-yard line and Washington penetrating only to the Oregon 25. Senior quarterback Dave Grosz, with end Len Burnett as his principal target, passed the t^am to a touchdown with five minutes left in the third period. The Webfoots went 65 yards in 10 plays and Bruce Snyder slanted the last five yards to tally. " : Oregon Washington 0060-6 000 7—7 The victory left the Bulldogs and Evansville with identical -4-1 loop records. Both close their season next week, Butler at DePauw and Evansville host to St. Joseph's. Skirchafc scored two of his touchdowns in the first half on Jasses of 46 and five yards from Phil Long. He also plunged over from the one for a tally, in the third. The Aces dented the Bulldog defense only once. That was in the second period when Dave Koehler ran over from the 2. Butler had 217 yards rushing to Evansville's 176, but the Aces made 16 first downs and Butler had 15. Passing told the difference, with the Bulldogs racking up 136 yards through the air and Evansville .getting only 24. Evansville Butler 0 6 714 0-6 7-34 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Undefeated Minnesota, hurtling toward its Big Ten showdown with Iowa next . week, mauled defenseless Kansas State ;48-7 Saturday for its sixth straight victory. The sixth- ranked Gophers turned the game . into a routine workout for their first-place conference battle and possible nation- ! al title, game with Iowa. State hit the scoring column in the final- 60 seconds on a 40-yard pass from , John Solmos to Willis Crensfiaw. • A 79-yard drive in nine plays midway through the first quarter set off Minnesota's touchdown cal- yacade that dealt Kansas State its sixth consecutive 'defeat. Joe Salem delivered -the Gophers' first .touchdown on_an l: yard rollout.' He. was followed b Jim Rogers' touchdown smas from -.the one and ;Larry Johnso from the two and again from th one for a 27-0 Minnesota lead a intermission. Kansas State 000 Minnesota- '141314 BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) Mike Stock drilled the uprights on two^of three field goal attempts and, the Northwestern Wildcat went on to score two touchdown in the second half and beat Indi ana 21-3 Saturday. The first half was a 3-3 stanc off although Northwestern had the • advantage in the statistics Stock kicked a 20-yard fielS goa in the second quarter, and Waym 7— Archie Moore Loses To Italian ROME (AP),- Italy's Giuli. Rinaldi staggered ancient Archi Moore Saturday night and handee the light heavyweight champion his first defeat in nearly fou years, ~ ' . The 43-year-old champion wa, reeling at the end of the 10-round bout in the Olympic Sports Palace Rinaldi was awarded the decision in the nontitle affair. Moore had gone unbeaten in 1 fights since he'was kntcked out bj Floyd Patterson in their fight foi the vacant heavyweight title on Nov. 30, 1956. In the closing minute of thj fight, the old man from San Diego Calif., was staggered. The referee gave him an eight-count although he still was on his feet. In addition to losing the deci sion, Archie lost $1,000 of his $10, 000 purse because he weighed tot much. He agreed to weigh 185 pounds but scaled 190 1 /! to 'Rinal di's 181V4. . COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES Pittsburgh 10, Syracuse 0 Holy Cross 20, Marquette 0 Boston U.' 20, Massachusetts 7 Navy 14, Notre Dame 7 Columbia 44, Cornell 6 Army 30, Miami (Ohio) 7 Harvard 8, Penri'O. • Villanbva 14, Rutgers 12 Yale 29, Dartmouth 0 Penn State 34, West Virginia 13 ' Princeton 54, Brown 21 Colgate 28, Buffalo 20 Western Maryland 22, Delaware Valley 18 ' Youngstown 8, Southern Conn. 7 New Hampshire 17, Connecticut 9 Bowdoin 6, Bates 0 - Maine 28, Colby 12 Delaware 20, Hofstra 9 Williams 14, Union (N.Y.) 6 Trinity (Conn.) 21, Coast Guard 6 Tufts 12, Amherst 2 Bucknell-18, Lenigh 6 Temple 30, Drexel 8 Lafayette 10, Gettysburg 7 . Penn Military 20, Haverford 6 Worcester Poly 27, Rensselaer Poly. 7 . . . Northeastern 22, Vermont 8 .' Carnegie Tech 14, Geneva (Pa.) Thiel 50, Wash, and Jeff. 8 , Rhode Island 22,i Springfield 10 Maryland 15, South 'Carolina 0 Wake Forest 28, Virginia 20 Duke 6, Georgia Tech 0 BERRY BASKETBALL OLD FANS NEW FANS Order Your Season Tickets Now! MAIL ORDERS AND PAYMENT TO LQGAN5PORT HIGH SCHOOL TICKET OFFICE Last Year's Seats will be held until Tuesday, Nov. 15 Adults $7 Students $3,50 Georgia 45, Tulsa 7, Auburn. 10, Florida 7 _ Tennessee 27, North Carolina 14 Virginia Tech 20, Richmond 0 Alabama 7, .-Mississippi State 0 LSU'6, Mississippi 6 (tie) Texas 17, SMU 7 ;. Rice 30, Texas. Tech 6 Texas Christian 14, Baylor 8 Ohio State 21, Michigan State 10 Illinois 14, Purdue 12 ' Xavier (Ohio) 5, Cincinnati 0 Missouri 28, Nebraska 0 Iowa 21, Kansas 7 Northwestern 21, Indiana 3 Minnesota 48, Kansas State 7 Wisconsin 16, Michigan 13 Ohio. U. 24, Western Michigan 0 Carleton 22, Monrnouth (111.) i4 South Dakota State 22, Morningside 0 Iowa State 13, Oklahoma State 6 Drake 14, Bradley 6 Knox 6, Cornell (Iowa) 6 (tie) Ripon 8, : Beloit 0 St. Norbert 20, Manfcato 14 Vanderbilt 22, Clemson 20 Randolph-Macon 17, John's Hopkins 8 West Virginia Wesleyan 35, Bridgewater (Va.) 0 Kentucky 23, Florida State 0 Virginia State 27, Virginia Uni 12 Eastern Kentucky 17,"Western Kentucky 7 ' '. Sam Houston State 8,' Southwest Texas 0 George Washington 20, Air Force 6- Montana State 26, North Dakota State 14 Utah State 34, Brigham Young 0 Colorado 7, Oklahoma 0 . , .Colorado State College'14, New Mexico Highlands 13 Ball State 23,xSt. Joseph's 7 Butler 34,-Evansville 6 Indiana State 14, Valparaiso 13 Anderson 26, Indiana Central 6 DePauw 20, Rochester 14 ''•;. Earlham 30, Rose Poly 0 •Montana 26, Colorado State U.. 14 V ' .-•.'• Washington 7, Oregon 8 •Colorado Mines 7,. Idaho State 0 Southern California 21, Stanford « , • -. ; . ' • . r- ' California 14, Oregon State t Wyoming 17, Utah 7 ~'' Southern Oregon 47, Eastern Oregon 0 Y -Fresno State 80, San Diego State 0 ' " Oregon Tech 28, Oregon Coll: 13 Eastern Montana'14, Northern Montana 0 Western Washington 13, Eastern Washington 7 "'• Wesleyan Conn. 18, Swarthmore 8 Arkansas 7, Texas A&M 3 Southern Illinois 88, Eastern Michigan 8 Southeastern 28, Tampa 11 Wisconsin Triumohs Oil Field Goal •MADISON, Wis. (AP)-Jim Bak ken came off the bench with 1:5 remaining and booted a 19-yarc field goal, boosting Wisconsin to a 16-13 victory over • Michigan Sat urday in a Big Ten thriller.- Bakken'.s perfect placemen came oh the 14th play of a drive started on the Wisconsin six. Then Michigan took the kickof: and marched to the Wisconsin 10 Quarterback Dave Glinka wa tossed for a 10-yard loss to the 20 and the'Wolverines up quickly for a field goal try. The attempt from the 27 bj John Halstead was blocked by Don Vander Velden Wisconsin, squaring its conference record at 2-2, went 69 yards in six plays with the opening kickoff for a 6-0 lead. Sophomore quarterback sensation Ron Miller climaxed the advance with a one- yard sneak. Michigan ited the cpunt before the first period ended by recovering a fumble on the Wisconsin eight and then sending Dave Raimey into the end zone. Haimey scored nn a 12-yard burst in the second quarter after a pass interceotion had given Michigan the ball on the Wisconsin 30. . Michigan . 670 0—13 Wisconsin .,600 10—16 Ball Stale Defeats St. Joseph's 23-7 RENSSELAER, Ind. (AP) Junior quarterback Phil Sullivan passed for all three touchdowns Saturday as Ball State downed St. Joseph's 23-7 in an Indiana Collegiate- Conference football game. Sullivan's passes were 18 yards to Don Puckett, in the second quarter, 12 yards to Frank O'Shea in the third quarter and 12 yards against.to Puckett in the final period. The Cardinals jumped into a First-quarter lead on Max Smith's 24-yard field goal, but the Pumas Jounced back with' their -lone touchdown, a 12-yard run by George Connelly. The victory brings Ball State's Conference record to 2-3, while St. Joe is 2-2-1. Ball State .377 St, Joseph!s 300 6-23 0-7 Brown Laughs As He ,' Defends His Title LOS ANGELES (AP) - Lightweight champion Joe Brown— who was laughing in Cisco' Andrade's face when he wasn't iwinging at it Friday night-fsays he'd like to defend his title at east once more this year. The 34-year-old Texan, who now las made nine successful defenses 'or,a lightweight record, says his most likely opponents are Len Mathews of Philadelphia and Ed-; die Perkins of Chicago, ' Nichols matched it for Indian from 31 yards out as the gun en ed'the first half. Stock kicked another field go from 21 yards in the third quart The Wildcats converted, and Inc ana fumbled into a touchdown the same period and added a other in the fourth.quartei again the tiring Indiana defense: Dick Thornton passed 28 yarc to Dave Cox in- the far corner the-'end zone for the first Nbrt western touchdown. It was set u when George Thomas recovere •an Indiana fumble on the 43 yar line. Five plays late:-, the Wil cats were in. Stock kicked tl extra point. Jim, Knowhjs scored the fin touchdown as he struggled the la yard of'a 51-yard drive. The Wil cats had taken the ball on dowi at midfield after smearing Int ana's desperation passing gam Bob Eickhoff passed to Chu< Brainerd for s two - point conve sion. Because of Indiana's probatio over recruiting infractions, th same did not count in the Bi Ten standings. The Hoosiers, who had lo several key players with injurie started five sophomores. The switched from their usual sing wingback formation to winged-' with sophomores Dean Eickstea and Woody Moore running th team most of the time. H.S. football Indpls. Park 26, Avon 8 Tipton 13, Mississinewa 6 South Bend Washington 21 South Bend Riley 14 Richmond Taft 0 50, Hamilton Ohi Friday's Scores Indpls. Attucks 18, Terre Haul Gerstmeyer 0 Huntington 6, Marion 0 Wabash 32, Manchester 8 Connersville 19, Columbus' 14 Indpls. Sacred Heart 14, Leban on 9 Anderson 18, Indpls. Washing ton 14. Michigan City 26, Fort Wayn North 14 Indpls. Manual 40, Indpls. Shor ridge 6 Gary Wallace 6, Gary Rooseve' East Chicago Roosevelt 13, Ho )art 0 Highland 25, Gary Edison 19 Griffith 7, Crown. Point 0 Chesterton 38, Calumet 12 Culver Military 21, River For est 7 Fort Wayne Catholic 36, Whitin ) Hammond Morton 37, Sensse iear 6 Vincennes 20, Washington 0 Indpls. Wood 2, Bloomingto Jniversity 0 ' Brookville 33, Greensburg 7 La Porte 14, South Bend Centra 13 • South Bend Adams 33, Goshen Elkhart 38, Mishawaka 0. New Carlisle 20, Washington Clay 0- ' ' . Bremen 26, North Judson 6 Fort Wayne South 14", Penn Clarksvllle. Providence 20, Jef] ersonville 0 Peru 40, Elwood 12 Terre Haute Wiley 28, Sullivan Terre Haute Schulte 28, Clihto 4 ' Evansville Mater Dei 7, Evans 'ille Bosse 0 NBA SCORES St. ,Louis 113, Cincinnati 97 ' Phiiadephia 131, Boston 103 Syracuse 125, Los Angeles 118 STEEL WE CAN SERVE YOU BEST WITH • Electric and Acetylene Welding • Special Steel Built Tanks • Galvanized Roofing • Sheet Metal Work • Corrugated Culvert Pipe • Beams-Channels-Angles • Fabricated Steel-Structural Steel • Bars-Sheets-Plates FARMERS: Bring your plow points, or earn pkmtor runners in far repairs. If it's mad* of it««Lw« can furnish It far you. LOGANSPORT METAL CULVERT COMPANY 220 Hanna St. Dial 5157 Northwestern moved 6? yards after the opening kickoff but the drive bogged down in a fourih- and-two situation on the 10 -yard line, and Stock's first field goal attempt was blocked by John Giangiacomo. A 62-yard punt downwind by Ray Greasch put the Wildcats on their 8-yard line, and they didn't threaten again. Northwestern had fourth down on the 3-yard line on each of Stock's successful kicks. "Northwestern had 17 first downs to Indiana's 8, and outgained the Hoosiers on the ground 265 yards to 86. Indiana had a slight edge in passing, 71 -yards to 83. Thornton did all of Northwestern's passing, completing four of eight. Eickstead hit four of 1" and Moore one of three for Indiana. Stock carried the ball 20 times for 96 yards. Mr-:h\veslern 0 3 10 8—21 Indiana 03 0 0—3 N.;—FG Stock 30 Ind—FG Nichols 31 NU-FG Stock 21 NU — Cox 28 pass from Thornton (Stock kick) NU — Knowles 1 run (Eickhoff pass to Brainerdl Attendance —19,092. Purdue By Illini 14-12 -LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) -Massive Illinois shook loose halfback Alarshall Starks for, two touchdowns, sent in specialist Gerald Wood for two conversions and took Purdue out of the Big Ten football race. 14-12 Saturday. Illinois softened up the' Purdue defense with hard drives of fullback Bill Brown and crisp passes from quarterback John Easterbrook to end Ed O'Bradovich. Purdue got off to a 6-0 lead in the first quarter on a one-yard keeper by quarterback Bernie Allen. Brown blocked Allen's attempted conversion kick. The Illini, looking like the team that was supposed to win the Big Ten title, marched 70 yards with the second half kickoff, with Easte r b r o o k completing passes to O'Bradovich for 12 yards and to Joe Krakowski for 10 and 8. Starks zipped the last 11. . Illinois held for downs on its 3- yard mark in the third quarter, then scored in the 'fourth on Starks' 11-yard run, set up by Easterbrook passes to O'Brado- vich and Starks. . Allen got Purdue started to its final touchdown with 'a 25 T yard keeper play, hit Jim'Tiller'with passes to 10 and 28 yards, then carried the last yard himself. Purdue had to go for a two-point conversion and Tiller was stopped short by Illinois' center Darrell Dedecker and guard Joe Wendry- hoski. Purdue's defeat was its first at home in its last 13 games and its first by Illinois anywhere in the last seven years. Wood, Illinois assistant trainer when he isn't kicking, also was the hero of the mini's 10-8 victory over Penn State last Saturday, kicking his third field goal of the season. He has converted 18 extra points without a miss. O'Bradovich's contributions Saturday included interception of an Allen pass on the Illinois 3, late in the second quarter, along with most .of his team's punting. The Illinois team, preseason favorite to win the Big Ten title, still has a chance to tie if Iowa losses its last two games. The statistics were almost as close as the final score. Illinois made 18 first downs, to Purdue's 17. It made 279 yards from scrim, mage to Purdue's 289. Workhorse Bill Brown picked up 97 yards in 25 carries and Starks got 48 in 10 rushes. Fullback Willie Jones of Purdue carried 18 times for 68 yards, and Tiller nine times for 53. Easterbrook completed eight of. 18 passes for 98 yards, Allen four of 11 for 69 yards, and each had one intercepted. Illinois , 007 7—14 Purdue 600 8—12 Pur—Allen 1 run (kick blocked) Dl-Starks 11 run (Wood kick) Ill-Starks 11 run .(Wood kick) Pur—Allen 1 plunge (run failed) Attendance 48,625. color comes alive in shades of fashion wardrobe shirts fashion shades in fashion collars f (Olive—Corn—Blue) A smooth range .of subtle fashion colors. A smart collar choice... Blake, the short- point medium-spread collar; Grip-Tab, 'the short-point collar with the snap-close tab; Pin, the English round-eyelet collar. The superb Manhattan tailoring: details make each shirt a fashion masterpiece, French or convertible cuffs. 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