SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1957, THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE ELE1TEN I PTN v^A O Irish Turn Back Hoosiers; Minnesota Rallies to Win Nip Purdue 21-17; N. D. Downs I. U. 26-0 ' ' coapled . Mi si% A . J » SOUTH BEND, Ind. (fl>-Notre Dame -sent four different backs across Indiana's goal line and blank^ the Hoosiers 26-0 Saturday'. The Irish now have two victories in wo starts, matching their successes, in. the school's Worst-in-history Reason last year. The stout Notre Dame defense, which stopped Purdue last week in a 12-0 Irish victory,' held Indiana to 12 yards by rushing in the first" half and 84 altogether. Notre Dame picked up 253 yards on the ground and 65 in the. air. .Halfbacks Dick Lynch, Charles Lima and James Just and quarter liack Bob Williams scored for the Irish on short runs. The Hoosiers couldn't stop them. Nick Pietrosante, 210 - pound fullback, didn't tinned his hard Notre Dame- scoring — Touchdowns: Lynch (1. plunge)- Lima (1, plunge); WiUiarr (1, Sneak); lust (6, run). Conversions: White score but con- running of the Purdue game and wound up 'with 47 yards in 11 carries. Lynch got 50 yards in 11 tries and 'just 35 ia only five rushes. Notre Dame drove 54 and 27 yards for the Lynch and Lima one yard touchdowns in the first quarter. Williams snaked a foot for another in. the second period yn a 45-yard push that included a 14-yard pass from Frank Reynolds to Lynch; Just ran six yards for the last touchdown 12 seconds before the gun. • Indiana was hart by two poor punts in the first half and hadn't been inside the Irish 49 at the iuterimssion. The" Hoosiers gave the Irish a battle "in the second half, largely on the x passing of quarterback Tom McDonald,, who completed 7 of 18 for "74 yards, and the running and catching of halback Dave , White-sell. Whitesell averaged 7.3 yards 5n five carries end caught four passes for 47. Indiana baiUed to the Irish 37 to the third quarter in an attack led by' McDonald's 20-yard pass 'to WShitesell but Notre Dame held there. The Hoosiers drove to the Irish 9 in the final period but a penalty and tightened Irish defense stopped them. Sopnomore Don White kicked two extra points. Indiana • 000 0—0 Notre Dame 18 6 0 7—26 OREGON STATE WINS EVAiNSTON, HI. (tfMA flashing pair of halfbacks, Earne! Burden and Joe Francis, accounted for all of Oregon State's touchdowns Saturday to lead the Pacific Coast Conference champions' to a 2&-13 victory over penalty .- plagued Northwestern. Oregon State piled up a 15-0 •margin before Northwestern broke loose beMnd quarterback John Tialfey m& haMbaek-Ron Burton, sophomores from Delaware, Qhio, .Slpringfidd, Ohio, nespecttve- ly. Taley speared another rookie, •end Fred Williamson of Gary, Ind., for a 16-yard TF near tike end of the second quarter.. In the third period, .TaiSey faked a handoff to Mi-back Ed Qudnn and lat- eraled to Burton. Burton raced 79 yards down the sideline to _ score, and Quinn added the point as Northwestern cut into the Beavers' edge 15-13. After being stopped on the Northwestern one-foot line la*e in the period, Oregon State clinched its third straight triumiph of the season with a 58-yard thrust in six plays in the fourth quarter. Durden and Nuib Beamef smashed the WiMeats' defenses and Oregon State, aided by a 16-yard personal- foul infraction against Northwestern, drove to the 15. From there Durden burst across and Tony Arana booted- the point. Oregon State 12 3 Northwestern 0 6 Oregon State' scoring' — toudidmvns: Burden 2 (38, pass from Francis''; 16, run); Francis UO, nun). Conversions': Arana. Field goal: Searie (16). NOTthwestern scoring — Toucn- d;nvns: WMMamson • (16, pass from Tatiey); Burton (79, lateral from Taley). Conversion: Quinn. ILLINI ROMP CHAMPAIGN, 'El. UR - EMnois coupled a Braising ground attack with sharp passing by quarterback Tom Haller to route Colgate Saturday 40-0 before 41,594. Fullback Bay Nitschke, who tallied three touchdowns, pushed the once-beaten Illini out in front on 11-yard run in jhe first five nviiutes of olay. from ther. on, the powerful 'Hli- r.ois offensive proved too Crouch for ihe lighter Colgate team. The charging Illinois line smothered Colgate's .ground attack almost completely. And the Red Raiders couldn't muster an aerial game. Haller, .taking charge as Illinois' .,o x l quarterback, passed for two tallies but stuck chiefly to the ground. • Halfback Bobby Mitchell was on the receiving end of one of Haller's scoring tosses in .the second period Halfback Doi, Grothe broke into the scoring in the third quarter with a 42-yard run after reversing his field. And end Larry Sfewart marked <3ie final touchdown on a 5-yard pass. The outclassed Colgate team never got within close range of their opponents' goal line. The deepest penetration was to the Il- lini 29 j yard stripe in the third period. Colgate picked up only 101 yards rushing wnile Illinois amassec £65. In the air, Colgate gained 7 Saturday for a 21-K7 Big Ten vie- over odds bucking Purdue. With Bobby Cox stymied _at every turn by Purdue's charging defense, Larson took over with spectacular results, He raced 72 yards for, one touchdown on a punt mm back, passed for another ibat sent Minnesota into ihe lead or good in -fahe third quarter, and sped over .from four yards oot for tae ofacher in the final quarter. ., leading 10-7 alter a first in which it swept through 7—22 yards to the Hlini's 80. « • Colgate 0.0-00—0 Illinois 12 0 21 7-40 Illinois sewing — Touchdowns: Nitschke 3 (11, nun; 10, pass, from Haller; 17, run); Mitchell (8, pass from Haller); Grothe (42, run) Stewart (5, pass from Sohrader) .Conversions 1 : Haller 2; Yeaze 2. MICHIGAN GETS ROUGH ANN ARBOR, Mich. WV-MicH gam's Wolverines crumbled Geor »ia's Bulldogs 6-0 Saturday in pn iutersecHonal football clash wit nessed by 85,002 spectators. The 10th ranked Wolverines led by a war veteran halfback aiid a sophomore signal caller r/urned the' thrice ' beaten Georgii team into a sputtering, ineffectiv' machine that .never clicked for a sustained drive. Michigan's big ten powerhouse IVUCniSail 5 U1K tcu pi/YYCiuiuuac ii-ri>" ~-—i , befuddled the Bulldogs by switch flu-weak foothall forces wheezed ing back and forth between the to a 20-19 victory over Washington T formation and the old fashioned single wing offense. 'stan Noskin split the signal call- BO N U S C O U PO N .because'o^ the flu. Washn. State [OW& ' D I 0 I 1 "" VnJ Washington State scoring: touchdowns- Ellcrsick (8, pass from Aldrich,); Morrell (1, plunge). Conversion^ Aldrjch. Iowa scoring: touchdowns: Jau„! 2 (3, ran 4,-rtui); Furlong (1, run). Conversions: Prescott. Ear- Minnesota's big linesmen with starting ease, looked ready • to spring a maijor uipset against the third ranked Gophers until Larson and its own fumbles shifted ,he tide. Through the first half, 'the Gophers gave a crowd of 65,605 only a moment of relief. That came in ;he second quarter When Larson :ook a handoiffi from Bob Soltis oh Kenny Mikes' purat and rambled down the sidelines for a 7-0 Minnesota lead. Perdue < countered on a touchdown pass from Bob Spoo to Dick Brooks with three minutes left of the- half. Two minutes n at- er Purdue got the benefit of-Norm Anderson's wind - buffeted punt that carried 'only to the Momoesoza Iff. On the final play of the half, halfback Tom Fletcher kicked a 12 yaird field'-goat Larson, sppplantiing Cox as the jophers' quianrterback mainstay,, flipped a iat pass to Bil Ohorske for a 16 yard scoring play early in the third quarter after Fletcher's fumble was recovered by Bob Rasmussen. Another Purdue fumble, by Tom Bawett, cleared the way for the Gophers' final toiudidwn. 1 0 10 0 7—17 Minnesota 0 .7 7 7-^21 Purdue scoring — Touchdowns: Brooks (40, pass from Bob Spoo); Anastasia (4, pass from Jones). Field goal, Fletcher (12). Conversions: FtetJcher 2. Minnesota scoring — Touchdowns: Larson 2 (72, punt. return; 4, run); Ohorske (ttJS, pass- run from Larson). Conversions— Riasmiussan, Blakley 2. HAWKS SQUEEZE BY IOWA CITY, lowa'tf) — Iowa's BADGERS SHOW POWER MADISON, Wis .(#>—A Wisconsin team with considerable power on the.grouwl and a good aerial game .overwhelmed West Virginia 35-13 in an intersectional football gaime belfore 38,000 Saturday. The Badgers scored in every quarter, running oip a 28-0 lead in the first half, and added 14 points in the third quarter and a 27-yard field goal in the-closing seconds. The Mountaineers showed The chance came when Ohio end James Huston recovered a Washington fumble .at the host team's seven The Buckeyes tallied in -three plays. The'second half was just a minute and 50 seconds old when Suth- or-in palled off has decisive gallop. He caught 'the punt on his 19, faked a hanriofif to Dick LeBeau and took off on his twisting canter through Washington's badly-fooled defenders-. •• Inside of six minutes the Buckeyes had their third counter. This time end Brass Bowermaster cuddled a Washington rumble on the host team's 38'. From there it. took just six plays. fo r the tally, with Galen Cisco going the final seven. Ohio State ran its. count.ta 28 at the, start of, the 'fourth quarter v.iher Don Clark .hit. LeBeau with a nine "- yard touchdown pass. Sutherin kicked his fourth straight berts to Jack Hart carried to the Spartan 5. The Bears lost four yards on three running plays and fullback Max Hale tried a field goal that skidded off to tie side. Michigan State 760 6—19 California 000 0—0 Michigan State scoring: .Touchdowns^-Kaiser (6, pass from Nin- owski); Williams (7, pass from Ninowski); Johnson (13, pass-run from Panitch). Conversion—Kai- t: 9 5 10 U' J- 12 on by ser, conversion. slashed 70' yards ^ ^uu-v^--.-, --,-- Th reserves siasnea vo yaras .1, ° r ™ °JL ' If Tt tnvarl * U plays for the final Ohio State \*t i-UJ.il.* *-"* M"~ O " little in the way of" a forward passing game'to back it up. • The Badgers scored before the gsme was a minute old on a, 63- yard pass, added another in that period and then-coasted to victory with '•eserves seeing most of the action A sensational 94-yard touchdown run by sophomore Ron Steiner-after a pass interception and a great 86-yard'scoring gallop by senior Danny Lewis from scrimmage were highlights of the game. Other Badger touchdowns were scored by Lewis on-the 6^yard pass from Sid Williams; Earl HiU on a nine-yard pass from Williams- Earl Hill on a, nine-yard pass from Williams; a six-yard •gallop by sophomore Dale Hackbart and a 29-yard run by Hackbart. The Badgers kicked successfully for six extra points and added a 27-yard field goal by ,Karl Holzwarth.- Wesfc Virginia 007 6-^13 Wisconsin W 14 14 touchdown. Joe Connafcino plunged the last yard and Erine Spychalski added the extra point. Ohio State 0 7 14 14-35 Washington 07 0. 0— 7 COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL Slate Saturday. Iowa, crowded hard by the West Coast team, broke out of a 13-13 tie with four minutes left in the ing duties wiffli Jim Van Pelt tiv .—" — — — and scored two touchdowns in the fourth period and brought obvious relief to the crowd of 47,334, The .Hawks took, quick advantage of a recovered fumble for he victory drive. Alex Karras, AU-America tackle, snapped up Bob Newman's • fumble on the Iowa 46 Eleven plays and 54 yards later Iowa had the winning touchdown on Kevin Furlong's dive from the one. Karras put on the finishing touch a conversion. .- DON'T RISK ACCIDENTS... PLAY IT SAFE WITH THIS THREE-WAY SAFETY SPECIAL Brake Adjustment 1. Remove Front Wheels and Inspect Brake Drums and Linings. 8. Clean, Inspect and Repack Front Wheel Bearinga, i. Inspect Grease .Seals. 4. Check and Add Necessary Heavy Duty Brake Fluid 8. Adjust Brake Shoes to-Secure Full Drum Contact. 6. Carefully Test Brakes. 3 . 5 O Tire Criss-Cross Remove and safety irate tires. Remove stones and foreign objects from treads Criss-Eross tires for maximum mileage. bf late to correct pressure Any Car 3.00 Wheel Balance first half on short line plunges. Mike Shatusky, a 26^year - old Korean war veteran, also scored twice. He went 56 sensational yards with an intercepted pass in the second period and ripped over tackle on a six yard touchdown spurt in the final period. Coach Bennie Oosterbaan kept a fresh team in action all afternoon, and so effective was his platooning that Georgia was unable to mow inside the Wolverine 20-yard line. Georgia 000 O-^ Michigan - 6 15 0 7-26 Michigan scoring— Touchdowns NosMn 2 (3, run, 2, run); Sha- tusky 2 (56, pass interception; 6, run). Conversions: Van' Pelt 2. LARSON RALLIES TEAM Dick Larson rallied a stumffimg Minnesota team in the second half -Washington State going all out for a possible tie, went to mid- field-bui the Cougars were driven back. On fourth down they lost the ball o s n their 29. Iowa played it safe and ran' oat the time wito conservative ground maneuvers. Dick Klein, Iowa's regular right tackle, didn't enter the game until the beginning of Iowa's surge for its last touchdown. Mike Hagler and Bill Gravel, normally starting backs, and regular center West Virginia scoring — Touchdowns: Kru*ko (1,, plunge); Anal stasio (12, run). Conversions: Mik- anik. . Wisconsin scoring — Toaeto— downs: Lewis 2, (63, pass-run from Williams; (86, run); Hill (9, pass from Williams); Sterner (94, runfoack after intercepting pass); Hackbart 2. (6, run; 29, run). Field goal: Ho&warth (27 yards). Conversions: Holzwarth 4, J. Hobbs, Zeman. BUCKEYES ROLL SEATTLE <ff>-A weaving 81- yard punt return-- !>y Dom Sutherin cracked a 7-7 df-adlock early in the second half and opened the door for Ohio State's 35-7 Victory over Washington in aa intersectional football game Saturday. Washington had tallied first, driving 87 yards' in 17 plays and raising the hopes of the crowd of 37,500 for a Washington victory. The Buckeyes, hampered by pen- bounced back to tie-the Ohio State scoring—touchdowns: Kremblas (1, plunge); Sutherin (81, punt return), Cisco (7, run); LeBeau (9, pass from Clark); Conoazino (1, plunge). Conver- gjons- Suthrrin 4, Spychalski. .-'Washington scoring ' — touchdown. Dunn (1, plunge). Conversion: Dunn. GO BY AIR BEBKELEY, Calif. (B- Michi- Ststte' 1 ? Spartans took to the air three times for touchdowns Saturday to whip the unexpectedly tough university of California's Bears 19-0. • The nation's No. 2 ranking football squad, playing before 40,000 in Cal's Memorial Stadium, tal- jed twice in the , first half on throws of 6 and 7 yards by q-uar- ;erback Jim Nonowski. Both went to Spartan ends, the first to Dave Kaiser and the second to Stanley Williams. The NBC national television audience did not see either of them as the- telecasts remained with the World Series. But all saw Ninowski's replacement, Mike Pa-natch, hit halfback Art Johnson with a 13-yard pitch in the final Quarter. Kaiser added the first conversion but the next two tries by Kaiser and Panitch fail- W The Pastime 13 Farnl Bureau 12 G. T. Bombers 10 Western Tire " 9 G. T. Squeegees . 9 Barnett Bargain Barn 8 Logan Homes 7 Flamingo Tavern 7 Jones Auto 6 G. T. Flats 4 Mueh'lausen No. 5 4 G. T. Jets 1 L 2 3 5 • 6 6 7 8 8: 9 11 1-1 14 Three games were won by Western Tire, Flamingo, Farm Bureau Co-op over Jones Auto, G. T. Jets and G. T. Flats;'two' games were won by Logan Homes. The Pastime and G. T. Squeegees. 550 Series — H. Smith 597, P. Easterday 567, B. Clouse 587, J. Lawson 570. 200 Games — K. Peterson 200, D. Jart 218, F. Lind 202, S. Shanks 202, D. Siddall 216, H. Smith 215; P. Easterday 231, J. Pierce 205, B. Clouse 221, J. Lawson 216. t Shanks Oilers Rehm's Clothiers Gossard Myers Florists Courier Express Irene's Pantry 'Twb games each were Jones Auto, Wolf Construction, Golden Rule, Myers Florists,. Glen Reid's and Gossard. " 450 Series — B. Klepinger 481, C. Buschman 493, A. Savini 465, R. Gripe 455, J. Werner 452, M. Jackson 465, E. Shanks 480, L. Linden 462, E. Horney 450. 200'Games — B. Duddy 203. 160 Games — B. Klepinger'.'167 and 160, C. Buschman 175 and.163, A. Savini' 161, S. Gaby 163, M. Shideler 170, B. Kingery 169,- R. Cripe 170, A. Willy -162, J. Werner- 165-B. Hatter 163, -M. Jackson 160 and 187, Vincent 161, D. Woodlmg 163, E: Shanks 191, L. Linden-463, E. Mollencup 162. FRATERNAL-COMMERCIAL W 11 11 ed. It was California's straight loss, and for the second straight week the Spartans came off. the field ' unscored upon. When the California defenses turned baick Michigan State's inunning attack with determination, Ninowski struck through the air to keepjhe first half scoring drives in motion. .The horn? club penetrated' farthest' just after Michigan 'State •vmes, uouuceu u<^ ^ ^ -~ scores its first touchdown. A 63- game at 7-7 before the half ended, i yard' pass play from Darrell Ro- Lowe's Roofing Muehlhausen No. 1 Logan Bowlmor Hawkins Stockyards Three games were Shanks Oilers and Lowe's; games were won by Rehm's over Muehlhausen No. 1. ' 600 Series — .R. Holloway, 609 (216,202,191); S. Kalb 600 (203,224, 173). 550 Series —• Ed Jasorka '576 Don Pollitt 576, Ed Raber 586, Paul Davis 559, Don Parmeter 590. 200 Games— E. Jasorka 203 ant 212,.'D 'Pollitt 212, E. Raber 213 and 210, J. Erickson 204, P. Eas et'rday 248, S. Helvie 211, D. Rem ley 211, D, Parmeter 224, Ivor Burrbugh, 214. LADIES THURSDAY LEAGUE W " 12 9,9 7 6" 65 S r L 4 4 4 4 8 6 6 8 10 12 14 Kroeger Funeral Home Dutch Mill K. of C. Barney's Bar McCloskey-Hamilton Western Tire Herman's Supply jogan Legion Yloose No. 2 Muehlhausen No. 7 Spencer Mobiloil Coca-Cola Three games vere won by Barney's 'Bar over Kroeger Funeral Home; two games each were won by K of C., Dutch Mill, Muehlhausen No. 7, Moose No. 2 'and Western Tire. 600 Series - Harry Smith 635 (202,212,221); Dick Chapman. 614 (236,200,1/78). „ . 5-50 Series - C. Rodgers 555, J. Erickson 577, D, Hanley 577, H. Rivers 555, W. Bechdol 5oO, H. . liMHSames - J- Hammon 201, M LoCoco 204, C. Rodgers 204 T Sundy 201, J. Erickson 216 and D Hanley 255, N. Robinson 2; H/ River/229, J Albright 200 P. Davis 219, H. Pashong 213 and 209. " ' - - Golden Rule The .Tap All State Ins. Glen Reid's Wolf Construction Jones Auto Logan Bowlmor W.S.A.L. 11 11 9 8 7 7 7 UNIVERSITY PARK. Pa. 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