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PAGE TEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1957. Bnthh Gaffers (•Continued from Page 1) 12... Whitey Ford, winner of the opener, was loosening up in the bullpen in the ninth and probably will pitch the Monday game which will be the last at Milwau- LINDRICK, England Iff) — Bri- k«e—and possibly the last of the tain's reviled professional golfers series. won the Ryder Cup Saturday for j Manager .Fred Haney had an- the first time in 24 years, crush- nounced before the game that in-g a polished U. S. team that I Warren Sp&hn. the 36-year - old stumbled off the course in shock- lefthaw'er who bowed to Ford in the opener, wouki draw the Sunday assignment. It will be Lew Burdette in the Monday game. „ It was the most lopsided score counter attack, the British won^ smce the yanks thumped the six of Saturday's eight singles Giants 13-1 m the fifth game of matches to carry off the golfing ^ 19&1 ser ; es although Brooklyn ed disbelief. The final'score read: Britain 7, U. S. A. 4. One match was halved. In a great last ditch stand and upset of the century. scored moie runs in beating the And thes° British pros, rising. Ya nki in ^ socon( j game ] ast above years of frustration, really yeari 13 . 8i had to be good Saturday, since they lost tnree of Friday's four Scotch foursomes and left themselves only the dimmest chance Mathews), Larsen 4 (Covington, Mathews 2, Rice,). SO—Pizzaro 1 (Ku'sbek), E. Johnson 2 (L-arsen, Bauer), Trowbridge 1 (Howard), McMahon 2 (Collins, Coleman), Turley 2 (Adcock, Lor ga-n), Lairsen 4 (Covington, Sawatski, Adcock, Ctendal). HO—Buhl 2 in 2-3, Tiidey 3 in 1 2-3, Pizarro 3 in 1 2-3, Conley 2 in 1&-3, E. Johnson 0 in 2, Trowbridge 2 in 1, McMahon 0 in 2, Larsen 5 in 7 1-3, R-EfR—Buhl 3-2, Turley 1-1, Pizarro 2-2,-'Conley 2-2, E. Johnson 0-0, Trowbridige 5-5, McMahon 0-0, Larsen 2-2. HBP — by Larsen (Pafco) WP—Turley. PB— Ri ce . W—Larsen. L—Bohl. U— McKinley (A) plate, Donatella ON) first base, PapareUa (A) second base, Conlan (N) third base, Chylak (A) left field, Secory (N) right field. T—3:18. A—45,804. Receipts (net) $274,816.53. THE BOX SCORE MILWAUKEE tiP)—Tte official box score of the third- game of AB R H 0 A E . : t 3 Q Q of pulling the match out of the Lne 1957 World Ser j es . iire. . i \'EW YORK Here was the way the singles : Bairer r | *Eric Brown, Scotland, defeated | ^ ^' ^ 5 2 2 f S J Tommy (Thunder) Bolt, Los Aa-iK'c*.'"'."^ 2 ? 7 u 2 SS ...1 20330 1 01000 a-Howard Ito 2 0 0 6 0 0 Collins lib 1 00100 Lumpe 3b 5 01230 Coiemian 2b 4 1 0 C 1 0 Turley p 1 0 0 0 0 0 Larsen p 2 1 0 0 0 0 Jackie Burke, Bellaire, Tex., 5 end 3. Ken Bous f :eld, England, turned back Lionel Hubert, Lafayette, Louisiana, ^ and 3. Dai Rees, Wales, blasted Ed Furgo! Miami Shores, Fla., 7 end o. . Bernard Hunt, England, defeated Doug Ford. New York, 6 and 5 Christy O'Connor, Ireland, conquered Dow Finsterwald, Tequesta, Fla., 7 and 6. After the British victory was assured, Fred Hawkins of El Paso Tex., came in with the day's only American victory He beat Peter Allis. Englar.a, 2 and 1. Than the two in the tailend match—Dick Mayer of La Jolla, Calif, and Harry Bradshaw, Ireland— came down to the 36th gr-een and halved that hole and the match. They had seesawed all day. Rees, the British captain, received a victory kiss from his w-fe and told newsmen: ' "It is wonderful. This is the 'greatest shot in the arm £olf has eve.; 1 had." Tommy Bolt tossed down his clubs in the staid LinoTbrick dub house and complained bitterly about the partisanship of the gallery- Totals MILWAUKEE Schoendienst 2b Logan ss Mathews. Sb Aaron cf Covington M Adcock Ib Tro-wbrddge p d-Jones McMahon p f-Pafko Hazle rf Fuice c Demerit Crandaill c 34 12 9 27 7 0 AB R H 0 A E 503020 412010 200360 512200 000200 300910 000000 100000 000010 000000 410100 301510 000000 100100 000011 FLORIDA WINS LEXINGTON, Ky. 'UPMIalfback Eer;iie Parrish's breakaway running put the spark in Florida's BuM p Pizzaro p 100000 ConJey 000100 b-Sawatski 100000 E. Johnson p 0 0 0 0~ 1 0 c-Torfe Ib 200300 Totals ....35 3 8 27 14 1 a—'Walked for Simp-son in 3rd b—Stock out for Conley in 4th. c—Grouinded out for E. Johnson in 6th. •d—'Grounded out for Trawbridge in 7th. e—Rian for Rice in 8th,. I—Waited.-for McMahon in 9tih. NEW YORK (A) 302 200 500-42 MILWAUKEE (N) 010 020 000— 3 RBI — Kubek 4, MoDouigald', Simpson, Schoendienst, Lumpe 2, •MM • VALPAJRA1SO, Ind. l$-The red- ot Valparaiso Crusaders upset favored EvansviMe 27-7 Saturday in a barrage of interceptions and fumble recoveries. The roof began faling on the Puirple Aces on 'the first play of the second quarter when Larry Gates' kick from' his own 9 was downed an the 22. FO.UIT plays' later Vaipo's Herb Sterling scored on a 5-yard pass from quarterback Ken Young. . When Evans-vile had to punt again less than 2 'minutes later, halfback Dick Dierking scored on a 68-yard return. Young intercpeted an Evans- pass midway through the second quarter, and Dierking then broke loose again on a draw play for a 47-yard touchdown run. , N.C Beats Navy 13 to 7 CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (ffl—North Carolina turned a recovered fumble, and an intercepted pass into touchdowns Saturday to upset sixth-ranked Navy 13-7 before a wildly-cheering crowd of 25,000. The impressive victory gave Ccach Jim Tatom's Tar Heels a big lift back up the football ladder. Navy's vaunted offense, which had crushed Boston College and William and Marv, was held in check by a tight Tar Heel defense until early in the final period when halfback Harry Hurst scored from tihe ,one to climax a drive that carried from Navy's 27. Ned Oldham kicked the extra point. Colts snubbed a try for a tying Navy 000 7—7: field goal, went instead for a North Carolina 706 0-13 touchdown and got it, then went Navy scoring: Touchdowns — OP to beat the Chicago Bears 21"" 10 before 46,558 approving fans Kansas Slate Ens, Nebraska Wins 14-7 MAiNHATTAiN, Kan. tf) — Alert Nebragka'miade the most of Kansas State mistakes and opened its Bi>g Eight conference football campaign with a 14-7 victory Saturday. The Comhuskiers scored first in the second quarter after intercepting a pass deep in K-State territory. They broke up a 6-3 third quarter tie by marching 38 yards after a short K-Sbate punt. Colts Down Bears 21-10 BALTIMORE W— The Baltimore Hurst (a, run). Conversion—Oldham. North Carolina: Touchdowns- Reed. (1, plunge); Russavage (32, intercepted pass) Conversion — Sbupiru PERFECT END RUN .NEW HAVEN, Conn, iff)- The Brown football team beat Yale 2V20 Saturday in a thrilling, seesaw Ivy League battle that was Saturday nttht. It was the second straight defeat St. Joe Nips Butler 34-13 RENSSELEAR. Ind. UP) — Fullback Mike Murpny ran for three touchdowns and quarterback Ralph Tite completed five passes in five attempts .for 102 yards Saturday as St. Joseph's won its second straight Indiana Collegiate Conference' game, 34-13, over Butler. St. Joseph's, winner of three c .iraig!it since losing its opener, moved 55 yafds in seven plays for a touchdown the first time it got the ball. Murphy went over from the 14. The Pumas added two more touchdowns in the second period- one by Murphy from the 3. Murphy scored, again from the 7 in the third ': quarter and Tite plunged over from the 1 for the final St. Joe touchdown. Butler finally scored in the last Quarter. St. Joe had punted into the end zone and Butler took over College football for the defending champions in the!o n the 20. On the first play half- Western Division of the National 1 - - - - ' ' 1 - •--" Football League , while the Colts were winning their second • game without a defeat, back Phil Mercer took the ball and scooted 80 yards for a touchdown; Ken Spraetz took a 4-yard pass from quarterback J o h n 30 seconds left for The turning point in a resound- j Moses with ing defensive battle . came in the butler's second touchdown, third period with the Bears hold- Butler 000 13—13 ing a 10-7 lead. The Colts were decided with less than a to go on a perfect end run. Brown, wnich had seen a 14-7 lead go up the spout on a Yale on the Chicago 3-yard line, need, * ^ t {flr j 0 hn Undtas, ' shak- an earlier in j ured legi snot ^ an earer n i touchdown pass ^and a 55 _- y- a ™| a j urnp pas s to end Jim Mutschel- —" Yale nmback of one of its own passes, started a drive from its own 15 with the last quarter more lhan hlf ov^r. With first down on the Yale 10 and the clock showing 55 sec- --. -•";,-•. , ,. , onds to go, Yale might have ex- Before tha+ hectic quarter was ^ j*^ quarterb a ck Frank !M»r fiaTfis «niln7.ai!>ip!n a mii-pnrifliw.n _, it over t^. goal after first juggling tht ball. to cmtin , ue ^ ing> took off arou . nd left ^ precision of Cense Saturday night Mantle 2, Aaron 2, Bauer '2. HR- ... *~ , n i vr . .. T-^/i iiU /vl*- O 1\/f «-»<i"»fl n. A ^TM^Y* CT3 T\^ft_ the fi-ators rolled over Kentucky 14-7 in the'r first Southeast- trn Conference test. MIAMI IS WINNER MIAMI, F!a. HP) — Little Fran Curd. 152 • pound quarterback,, sparked Miami's Hurricanes to a surprising 13-7 victory over Baylor Saturday night before 41,160 Kubek 2, Mantte, Aaron. SB—Mc- Dougaid. SF—McDougald. DP— Schoendienst and Torre. Left— New York (A,) 7, Milwaukee ON 1 ) 14. BB^BuM 2 (Mantle, Berra), Pizzaro 2 (Bauer, Howard), Conley 1 (McDougaldi), E. Johnson 1 (Mantle), Trowbridge 3' (McDou- gaM, Goleman, Larsen), McMahon 2 OMoDougald, LarsenO- Tur- football fans in the Orange Bowl. {ley 4 (Logan, Covrngtoni, Hazle. over, Gates salvaged a touchdown for the Aces, catching quarterback Tataiadge -Vick's 42-yard pass ' d swffed '^^ after it was deflected by the rf - ct Mockin C^sader defense. BroWQ ( Sterling s ftumible recovery m the Y ale ' founth quarter started a 5*-yard crusader drive ttefc set Young's touchdown ptange, Joe Sev^er and Ray Zubeck shared Valpo-'s conversions, and Corky Tho-mpsom converted for up behind 77 0 13 Brown scoring: "P-iMcTigue (1 run) run); Finney (10 sions: Moran 3. Yale scoring: 7—21 0—20 Touchdowns — Gorgedian (5, run). Conver- T&ttchdowns — Lois OF Football On Tap For This Week Football activity will be plentiful again this week for Logansport teams of grade school, junior high and high school, although much of the program is on the road. Tuesday night the Lincoln Rail- splitters will host Rochester's junior high Zebras at LHS Stadium _ . at 6:30 o'clock. That same night on snor t runs. St. Joseph's 7 13 14 0-34 Butler scoring — touchdowns: Mercer (80, run); Spraetz (4, pass for Moses Conversion: Moses. "St. Joseph's scoring — touchdowns- Murphy 3 (14, run; 3, run; 7, run); Fingerhut (9, run); Tite (1, plunge). Conversions: Labbe 4. DEPAUW WINS . TERRE HAUTE, Ind. tt) — De- Pauw wrecked Indiana State's Homecoming and stayed "alive in the Indiana Conference football race with a 26-6 victory over the Sycamores Saturday. Pat'Ewing scored two touchdowns for the Tigers, on, a 14- yard pass play from Morrie Goodnight and a 33-yard return of a blocked punt.' Ernie Modzelewski and Dick Mace scored the others Hamilton 14.. Rensselar 7 Peru-(Neo) 32, Chadron 13 Kearney 57 •' Midland 0 v Rose Poly 50, Principia 0 Beloit 19, Indiana Central 7 Concordia (Minn. 1 49, Hamline 6 Carleton 14, St. Olaf 6 Jamestown (ND) 34, Mayville 0 •Moorhead (Min") 40, Winona. 14 Dakota vVesleyan 18, Black Hills Tchrs C Southern (SD) Tchrs 20, Gen' Beadle Tchrs 0 Minot 13, Ellendale 0 Centra] (Mo) 26, Eureka 6 Lehigh 27 Western Reserve 6 Capital 33, Hiram 0 Shephard (WVa) 34, Davis and Elkins 6 Glenviile (WVa) 14, Concord (WVa) IS Tuskegee 25, Fisk 6 North Carolina A&T 18, Virginia Union 0 Bridgewater 7, Guilford 0 Xavier (New Orleans) 20, Alabama State 0 Montana State 21, San Diego 7 Carroll (Mont) 14, Western Montana 6 Idaho State 41, Western Colo State IS ' Oregon Tech 14, Portland State Eastern' Wash 7, Puget Sound 7 (tie) Utah State 19, Wyoming 19 (tie) Franklin 23, Earlham 20 DePauw 26 Indiana State 6 St. Joseph's 34, Butler 13 Taylor 13, Anderson ?• Washington St. Louis 21, Wabash 13 Beloit 19, Indiana Central 7 Evansville 0 700 Valparaiso 020 0 7—27 Evansvifle scoring — .Touchdowns: Gates (42, pass from Vick). Conversion: C. Thompson. Valparaiso scoring — Touchdowns: Sterling (5, pass from Young); Dierkin-g 2 (€8, punt return; 47, ran); Youmig (2, plunge). Conversions: Sever 2, Zuibecfc. Hallas (2, run), Horwitz (10, pass from "Winterbauer); Mallano (55, runbaok. intercepted pass). versions: Wall., Lavallier. SALT REBATES ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (M—The Federal Fisheries Department here reported payments of $300,000 to 4,500 Newfoundland fishermen and 57 processing firms as rebates on the cost of salt on the 1956 production of salted fish products. Read the Classified Ads Con- Clark Espie Winner Of VSGA Amateur PARAMUS, N. J. -m—A. 58-year old Indian'spolis grandfather won the third annual U.S. Golf Assn. Amateur Championship at Ridgewood Country Club Saturday. Clark Espie, an advertising executive, defeated defending titleholder Fred Wiright of Watertown, •Mass., 2 and 1 in the IS^hole final over the par 71 course. The match, a replay of the 1956 final, went, to the Indiana shot- maker when he rallied to win five cf the last seven holes. the Loganberry Frosh and -J-V teams will travel to Jeff of Lafayette for scheduled clashes. Thursday evening the Saints junior high team goes to Lafayette to meet Sunnyside. The afternoon show .on Thursday ' finds grade school features of Daniel Webster vs. Franklin at Riverside park; Tipton vs. Columbia-McKinley at Columbia field and Washington meeting Jefferson at Fairview parki Friday night the' Logansport Berries will go to Indianapolis Tech for a North Central Conference clash, starting at 8 o'clock. ' DUKE SCORES DURHAM, N'. C. Iff) — .Duke's Blue Devils, held to a one touchdown margin since early in thejville Bosse 8 Indiana S f ate scored against the DePauw reserves in the fourth quarter, Tad Morelock plunging the last yard. UePauw 7 '7 12 0—26 Indiana State ..0 0 0 6—6 DePauw scoring — touchdowns: Modzelewski (5, run); Ewing 2 M4, pass-run from Goodnight; 33, return of blocked punt); Mace (9, run). Conversions: Livengood 2. Indiana State scoring— touchdowni: Morelock (1, plunge). HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Evansville Reitz 39, New Albany. 6 ' Culver.M. A. 37, Morgan Park M.A.. 6 Blooming ton 12, Evans- Whiring Woman Dead In Chkago Acddeni CHICAGO W-A. Whiting, Bid., woman was killed and her husband injured in an automobile collision here Saturday. Mrs Gladys Bielawski, 37, was fatally injured when the oar driven by • her husband Edward, 39, was struck by another. Her husband suffered a cut on the right arm. Bielawski i-old police the accident occurred when Richard Glou- demaii, 24, Chicago, ran a stop sign. Gloudeman was charged with reckless homicide, running a stop sign and speeding. Browns And Giants Win PITTSBURGH Iff) - Three field goals and two conversions by Lou (The Toe) Groza and touchdown •passes by Cbet Haviulak and Tommy O'Conhell Saturday night gav« the Cleveland Browns a 23-12 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers and undisputed possession of first place in tlie Eastern Conference of the National Football League. Groza hiked his eight-year field goal rotal to 108 with boots of 29, 45 and ,14 yards in the second, third and fourth quarters respectively. Hanulak tossed 32 yards to Ray Renfro in toe second period and O'Connell fired 25 yards . to Milt OampijeJ in the final period for the Browns' other scores. Quarterback Earl MorraJl's radar arm accounted for both of the Steelers 1 touchdowns on passes to Earl (Jug) Girard for 22 yards in second quarter and 31 yards in tne third period. Both of Gary Glide's attempted conversions were blocked by Campbell. GIANTS TAKE THRILLER PHILADELPHIA UP)—The New York Giants converted a blocked punt and an intercepted pass into a pair of touchdowns Saturday night, posting their first National Football League victory of 1957, a 24-2;i decision over the winless Philadelphia Eagles before 28342 fans 'at Connie Mack Stadium. Trailing 10-7 early in the second quarter, Andy Robustelli, a seven- year-veteran of pro play, flashed through the Eagles -defense to block an attempted point -by Jerry Norton. The ball rolled out of bounds on the Philadelphia 1, and from there Alex Webster bolted across on the next play. •Ben Aigajanian converted the first of his three points after touchdowns and the- Giants were ahead to stay. VOLO RALLY ENQXVHU3, Tenn. Iff) — Tailback Bobby Gordon's 55-yard gallop with a Mississippi State kick gave Tennessee an uphill 149 victory over the Maroons Saturday. game ground out a second score witfh only seven- seconds left to defeat stubborn Maryland 14-0 Saturday. 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