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Daily News from New York, New York • 60

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Nuff Said! By Stark ft Todays iss Eagles CD Conerly (Sties May By Gene Ward It looks as thouph old Chuck Conerly may have given his all for Mara Tech on Sunday. The 39-year-old pitchin' man, who broke all the rules of NFL quarterbacking by twice running the ball to get position for the winning field goal, came out of the photo-finish triumph so bruised and beaten he couldn sleep all night. OS Cd C3 JiUi JfTsL WORRIES 'MM fr Joe Bellino, Navy senior halfback who set an Academy one-game record Saturday when he scored four touchdowns against Virginia, yesterday was named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference All-East team for the second time this season. Bellino also gained 198 yards in IT tries from scrimmage, including runs of 39 and 90 yards, for an Academy season ground-gaining mark of 749 yards. liOWO IS Ili'Il (NEWS foto by Se.raiour Wally) Bub Lowe of Brown (far left) relaxes after rapturing 1C4A crosscountry rare at Van Cortlandt Park with his three closest pursuers: Larrie Seet.

Alfred. Gerald Young, Michigan State, and Yale's Bill Bachrach. Brown Ace, Penn State Team Cop IC4A Run By Joe O'Day Bobby Lowe of Brown, a smooth-striding 22-year-old senior from Ridgefield, and Penn State yesterday ended Michigan State's five-year domination of the IC4A cross-country championship by winning the 52d annual Gotham Bo wl: May Take Two Weeks to Fill It By Dana Moziey Since the Gotham Bowl committee is still hopeful of matching the Armv-Navv winner against either Syracuse Southwest, it may be nearly berths are filled. The in Conerly also suffered a banged knej two plays before Pat Sum. merall's victory kick.

As a result Dr. rancis Sweeney, club physi cian, was dubious concerning Chuck chances of going against the division-leading Eagles in the Stadium on Sunday. HE HAS ORDERED Conerly to report to St. Elizabeth Hos pital today for an examination of the knee and a thorough phy. sical.

and Chuck will have plenty of eompanv. Also ordered in for treatment are offensive tackle Rosy Brown with a bad shoul der, which could be a strain, and linebacker Cliff Livingston. who took a crushing blow on the chest from a cleated Pitt brogan There are other cripples, too tackle Frank ouso, with a split to-the-bone finger; guard Darrell Dess. hobbling on double charley horses, and roome end Bob simms who re-injured the ankle he hurt airainst the 49ers in the season's opener. But these minor casual ties all are expected to regain combat status by Sunday If Diw Sweeney is concerned about Conerly.

Mrs. Chuck is downright worried according to what she told those who checked on the state of the quarterback's health. She said her hubby was hurtin' so he didn't get a wink of slep: that' she hates even to think about him playing in the next one coming up. WHETHER OR NOT Conerly re-injured the flipper, which forced him out earlier in the cam paign, wasn't known. Sweeney fact, onlv saw Conerly im mediately after the game when he put a protective splint on the damaged left knee in the hope it would immobilize the joint and prevent fluid from collecting.

If the worst happens, George Shaw better start warming up in the bullpen. Actually, as the doctor in formed the Giant coaching staff, there's no way of telling for an other 4 hours just how serious toneriys condition is. As Sweeney put it. it will take time before he can dignose what is Iresh injury and what is just p.ain battle fatigue in Chuck's gams. A I.LI SHERMAN, the Giant offensive coach, was one of the few wno realized Conerly's condi tion at the windup.

nen he came over to the sidelines just before the Summer all kick at the end," Allie said. tie was pale as a ghost and glassy-eyed." rv inen, or course, the game was in its last minute, but Sherman said he'd have gotten Chuck out of there if he'd realized his ndition sooner. The knee injury was suffered on the second play before the wmnmr kick when Chuck carried the ball into the iine. He had run the ball twice for 12 and 17 yards just before that, the vital plays which moved the pigskin into position for the field goal. In his summation of the game, head coach Jim Lee Howell said that he and his staff felt the Steelers had gone all-out in their scouting of the Giants against the Browns the Sunday before.

-THEY SAW HOW well our inside stuff went in Cleveland." Howell said, "so I figured they'd be waiting- for us in there. So "we went to the outside with Gifford and I riplett. The boss coach lauded the blocking of Less and Jack Stroud, the two guards who do a lot of pulling for interference running. There was one bit of good news to go with the casualty report. Kyle Rote, who fractured a bone in his left hand in Cleveland, may be able to go against the Eagles, after all.

meet at an Cortlandt Park. The 5' 140-pound socio logy major showed the path home to Larry Sweet of Alfred in the "exacting" five-mile test over the hilly course. The time was a course standard of 25:50.4 being the first year the race actually measured five miles. C0)A( George Kastment, suspicious of the fast clockings in recent years, had surveyed the course and it measured ISO yards short. The Spartans had a lock on the individual title for the past five seasons via two triumphs by Henry Kennedy and three by his brother, Crawford.

Michigan State also had captured the team crown for the past four seasons but Penn State ran off with the title yesterday, pursued by Army as the Spartans slipped to third. LOWE, THE RUNNERUP last season and recent Heptagonal winner, paced himself from memory. Bobby was content to allow Sweet, Pittsburgh's Don Adams and Michigan State's Morgan Ward battle for the early lead. Gerry Norman of Penn State and Michigan State's Gerry Young were leading the bulky field of 250 starters when Lowe took dead-aim at the duo. Quickly moving from fourth place, Lowe grabbed the lead at; the 2'i-miie call and was never: seriously threatened.

Still. Sweet, a little heralded senior from Hamburg. N. refused to fold. into feme- tery Lowe held a 20-yard ad- vantage, while Sweet held off Yale's Bill Bachrach.

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Yale Viilanova Noir-Ilame Cornell St. John' L'74 Krown Fortihara Penn 'i''Q. "-t J'tseph (Pa a7. 375. Mss Yf 417.

wt Chester (Pa I 414 K'lU'n 41'1 stun Hall 6J4. Rhiete Islan.l tj-17 I ilfl away. Lowe methodically increased his bulge. First it was vards. than 40 and finally an eased up 60.

Michigan State first finisher was Young, who held off a belated challenge by Bachrach to annex third. Another Spartan. Billy Reynolds, finished fifth, but Penn State garnered eighth, ninth and 10th places to secure the team title. The Nittany Lion-were Herman Weber. Norman, last year's frosh winner, and Steve Moorhead.

The freshman race unveiled a real standout in Cornell's Misuti (Steve) Machooka. The 6 ft. Impounder from Nairobi, Kenya, led from start to finish in taking ttie three-mile test in 15:24.9. A economics (student and a 4:13 miler, Machooka finished 100 yards ahead of Notre Dame's Frank Carver. Bill Slater, Fordham's Met champ.

edged teammate Joe McGovern for third. Manhattan won the frosh title followed by Fordham, Cornell, I.aSalle and Syracuse. bear hug from which Antonino had difficulty escaping. Bruno narrowly escaped being pinned near the final bell. Vnii Kinsl: Mig-lte! Perez n.1 M.r Ja'-k ami himov Iwu ot.i ol it.ree falls la u-anl mal'-hr.

Ka-i KralJnr defeated Jerry Graham on a Tony Manrio lino-i Miguel Torres. Rp.1 lrurK llirt-w H.in-on. Hayvtark Muldoori pinne.l lam.ro fririw. In lj mtelie: The No I unit No threw Mr. Puerto Kn-o yri.l l.ulher t.in.Key 1 Jalli The Uav.ui.ni fto' i.

rrv- Wenze! ait.l Ro.lv Sal nr-UK I 1- 1 Larrv Siwou aud Woo B.xk I tiuu I latlsl I or a power from the South or two more weeks before both augural game will be piaved at; the Stadium, Dec. 10 Any decision by either Army or to play a post-season game must await the outcome of their own classic in Philadelphia week from Saturday. Wavce Hardin, the Navy coach, made that clear yesterday, as the Cadets had done previously. "OIK PLAYERS have not even discussed the possibility of our playing in a bowl game, told the Met football Writers at lunch. "Our season starts at I P.

M. Saturdav the and enas about. or a ll we don't beat Army, we certainly won go to anv bowl. Bob Ready. Gotham Bowl direc tor, admitted Syracuse was under consideration.

But the Orange won't make anv bowl decision" until after it season finale against Miami next Fndav night in thet Orange Bowl. If Syracuse doesn't win this one. it certainly will to nowhere "WE'VE BEEN TALKING with number oi schools who have shown a lot of interest," Ready said. "These include Duke, Rice, Alabama, Bavlor, Utah State. One team which really wants to come here is New Mexico State.

I hear rorn them almost every da (State is still unbeaten.) Hardin said the Armv-Navy game shapes up to be as good a ne that has ever been played. Army is a real, strong ball ub that has been coming along every week. he pointed out. They are a little bit bigger than we are, too. "BCT I'M AWFULLY proud of our boys.

At the start of the season, we didn expect to win more than half our games. We, too, have gotten better every week." The Navy team spirit has been exceptional. Hardin is convinced his left half, Joe Bellino, is the best back in the country. "I'VE BEEN ASKED many times to compare him with the, of on the Lion Freeil Philadelphia, Nov. 14 (UPIK A Columbia University football player and two other youths were free in $500 bail today on charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest following a shot-marked chase.

Anthony M. Radano, 21, of suburban Bywood. who played right guard for the Columbia team that defeated Penn here Saturday, was arrested early yesterday morning. Radano, his brother, Joseph, 19, and Owen M. Curran, 18, of Broomall, were arrested by Springfield Township police after they had eluded tipper Darby police.

great backs of the past," he said. "I can't. He is Bellino, unique in style. He's short and not very heavy, hut he has legs like a truck. He'll dodge like a will-o-the-wisp or run over you with sheer power.

GRID GRIST: Harvard doesn't expect to get much use from its two major knee casualties, quar terback Charley Ravenel and guard captain Terry Lcnzner, against Yale on Saturday. The NCAA has issued a stnng reminder to all athletic directors member colleges and universities to rule ineligible imme diately any college plaver who igns a pro contract prematurely. Shades of Billy Cannon. Though Army's lonely end. Bob Fuellhart, who missed the last two games with a sprained ankle, will be healthy for Navy, he may not start.

Paul Zmuida has done so well in his place he may retain No. 1 job. Regular Armv tackle Gerry Clements has reinjured same knee which he had an operation in spring. His Navy game status now very doubtful. The Cadets, fortunately, have a very strong replacement in Bob McCarthy.

Rocca, SammarHno Draw Bruno Sammartino, Italian strongman from Abruzzi, held Antonino Rocca of Brooklyn to a draw in the featured wrestling bout at the Garden last night. The match was halted because of the curfew law after 34 minutes of grappling. A CROWD OF 12.S15 paid to watch the bouts. Bruno, no match for Rocca in experience, used brute strength to break Rocca's holds although he managed to apply a'punishing.

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