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PAGE TEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, I3ST Peru tfti/mperf, Zebras f Monti PERU - Kokomo's Wildcats downed the Peru Tigers in their annual neighborhood fuss here Friday night 4G to 0 with the Kat •gridders running loose -and free most of the night, Kokomo scored in every period. Peru made only one threat, the runback of a kick for 75 yards but It fell short of the goal and the Kats then held for downs. Kokomo led in first downs 12-4 and in yards rushing 221 to 31, adding 151 by passing while Peru got 12 through the air. Kokomo's scores came on a run by Swing, a pass by Middlekauf to Davenport, a pass from Mid 'dlekauf to Swing, two runs , by Middlekauf and one by Meissnest 'Davenport added three extra points and Fawcott one. Kokomo 20 12 7 7-46 Peru- . '0000—0 ZEBRAS BEAT TIPTON ROCHESTER —.The Rochester "Zebras turned back the Tipton Blue Devils in a hard fought football game here Friday night 20 to 13 after gaining a 13-0 halftime edge. Tipton ran the kickoff ;back for a TD in the third period luit the Zebras managed to keep .ah>ad although it wasn't easy. After that run the two teams traded TDs and Tipton had the ball deep in Rochester -territory late in the fourth period when Phil Coplen intercepted a pass to halt the threat. Wayne Daniels got two TDs for Rochester and Smith added 'a -third. Bob Baker kicked one extra point, and Tim Ravencroft passed •to-Coplen for'the other one. Rochester 677. 0-20 •Tipton 0 0 13 0—13 MONTICELLO WINS MONTICELLO—The Tioga grid- ders downed Delphi in a sizzling 'scoring battle here Friday night 27-21 with a 1 20-point spree in the .last half. Delphi led in yards gained 281 to 271 but Monticello was tops in passes 32-18. Woods got two TDs for Delphi and Howard added one. Woods, 'Howard and Cornell tallied the ex- "tra points. Chapin, Sims, Criswell 'arid Lane, scored for Monticello and Lane kicked thre extra points..Monticello ' 7 0 13 7-27 Delphi 777 0-21 FAST SCORING MONTREAL W) — Montreal's COlLFGf fOOTBAIL SCORES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Midwest Michigan 21, Iowa 21 (tie) Ohio State 47, Northwestern 6 Purdue 21, Illinois 6 Michigan State 21. Wisconsin ^ Oklahoma 13, Kansas State 0 Navy 20, Notre Dame 6 Detroit, 20, Cincinnati 12 Xavier' (Ohio) 18, Marshall 0 1 College of Pacific 21, Marquetite 7 Denison 71, Ohio Northern 0 Miami (Ohio) 13, Bowling Green 7 - . John Carroll 14, Western Reserve 1?. Kansa-5 14, Nebraska 12 Oklahoma St. 13, Texas Tech 0 Minnesota 34, Indiana 0 Taylor (Ind) 18, Defiance 0 Wittenberg 19, Wooster 13 Ohio Univ. 20, Western Mich. 7 Univ. of Buffalo 33, Wayne State (Mich) 7 •Drake 20, Iowa State 0 Dartmouth 14, Yale 14 (tie) Harvard 13, Penn 6 Cornell 8, Columbia 0 Army -53, Colgate. 7 Penn State 27, W. Virginia 6 Syracuse- 24, Pitt 21 Princiston 7, Brown 0 Georgia Tech 13, Duke 0 Alabama 14, Georgia 13 Tennessee 35, North Carolina 0 No. Carolina State IS, Wake Forest 0 VMI .20, Virginia"7 Virginia Tech 42, Richmond 7 Maryland 10, South Carolina 6 Kentucky 53, Memphis State 7 Mbrgcin State 13, North Carolina A&T 12 William & Mary 14, Citadel 12 Mississippi State 27, Tulane 6 Vanderbilt 7, Louisiana State 0 Auburn 13, Florida 0 Texas A&M 7, Arkansas 6 • Texas Christian 19, Baylor 6 Southern Methodist 19, Texas 12 Bluffton 40, Manchester 28 Anderson 29, Hanover 20 Oberliti 45, Eariham 0 Butler 19, Evansville 7 St. Jo.'ieph's (Ind.) 55, Ball State 7 , Valparaiso 13, Indiana Central 7 UCLA 16, California 14 - ! Oregon 27, Stanford 26 Denver 19, New Mexico 0 Air Force Academy 7, Wyoming 7 (tie) 20 Arkansas State 27, Murray (Ky) 3 Miss. College 47, Hendrix 26 Howard. (Ala) 17,. Southwestern (Tenn) 0' E. Kentucky 28, W. Kentucky 0 Centre 7, Sewanee o W abash 3i, Wash-Lee 13 Wheaton 19, Carroll (Wis) 0 Principia 27, Central (Mo) 18 LiUther (Iowa) 23, Upper Iowa 20 Simpson 20, Buena- Vista 6 Dubuque 6, Iowa Wesleyan-2 Northeastern Okla 28, Central Okla 1*2 ^ Muskingum 61, Otterbein 14 Coe 21, Monmouth 7 Oregon State 39, Washington State 25 Denver 19, New Mexico 0 Anderson freshman Stars As Ravens Rap Hanover Club 29-20 ANDERSON, Ind. W— Freshman Gus Carlson of Ashland, Mass., threw two touchdown passes • and kicked a winning field-goal Saturday as Anderson snapped Hanover's football winning streak at 14 games with' a 29-30 victory. The Ravens twice blew leads and trailed "at 20-13 in thg third quarter. Carlson's 2-1-yard pass to Gordon Taylor tied the score in the .third period, and his 29-yard field goal early in the fourth won the game. He kicked two extra points also. Anderson took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter. Ih the second the Panthers went ahead at 7-6 on John Dwengers 12-yard run and estra point kick. Anderson went to 13-7 ahead on Carlson's 7-yard pass to Jack Bloom, and Hanover made it 13-aH at th e half on 'Denny Sylvester's 13-yard run. Hanover went ahead again in! quarter, bu make it 20- goal . broke the tie, and Taylor scored again to widen the margin with 5 seconds left. Hanover outrushed the Ravens, 412 yards to 2H, but Anderson g-ot 99 yards on 5 of 8 passes and Hanover only 31 on i of 9. The result knocked Hanover out of a tie. for the Hoosier Confer- PAPOOSE PRODIGIES Syracuse Upsets PHI Team 24-2 J. PITTSBURGH tackle Al Gerlick 24-21 football victory' by Syracuse Saturday over highly-rated Pitt. .t - was the first field goal by Syracuse in nine years under coach Ben Schwartzwalder. Gerlick, an 1 18-year-old from lampbell, Ohio, also kicked three conversions. The field goal was High School Basketball Brigham Young 14, Utah State jence lead and moved^ once-beaten o. A '"'" J Washington (St. Louis) 33, Omaha 6 Drake 20, Iowa State 0 Toledo-21, Kent State 7 Missouri 9, Colorado 6 Utah 55, Colorado State - Univ. 0 Anderson into second place behind. unbeaten Taylor. Hanover 0 13 7 0—20 Anderson 6 7 7' 9—29' Hanover scoring — touchdowns: Dwenger (12, run); Sylvester (13, run); Anderson' (2, plunge). Con- So. California 19, Washington 12 versions:^Dwenger 2. .• 'Idaho 31, Montana IS Flying Frenchmen blew a 3-1 lead! Idaho State 34, Colo. Mines 7 in the final period, but thenj Montana State College 18, No. stormed back for three goals in Dakota 7 'Anderson scoring— touchdowns: Stone (2, plunge); Bloom (7, pass- run 'from Carlson); Taylor 2 (21, pass-run from Carlson; 2, plunge). a space of three minutes and eight "seconds Saturday night for! College 0 a 6-3 victory over the Detroit Red ' Gettysburg 46, Lafayette 20 Wings. The "victory retained the Canadiens' threVr point National Hockey League lead .over second place New York. Western (Colo.) 60, Colorado F. iel d Goal: Carlson (29). Conver- Slippery Rock 20, Clarion 0 ' Williams 55, Union (NY) 0 Springfield 14, Rhode Island 0 Delaware 23, -Rutgers 19 sions: Carlson' 2. Minimum safe altitude for pilot ejection from a' jet plane is 500 feet; normal safe altitude is 1,000 feet. Automatic Chroma Mount Comfort 44, Fischers 43 (overtime) Madison 73, Salejn 49 Vevay 65, Carrollton (Ky,) 44 Alamo 55, Hillsboro 31 Liberty 76, Brownsville 37 Moeres Hill 44, Cross Plains 39 Osgood 74, Hanover 71 (2 overtimes) ' Berne 43, Pleasant Mills 16 Wawaka 52, Ligonier' 45 Huntertown 62, Rome City 43 Fremont 74, Avilla 37 Waterloo'52, Angola 39 Fayette 76, Fontanet. 58 Otter Creek 52, Valley 40 Reelsville'53,: COncanrion 53 Blackhawk 37, Pimento 31 Glenn 52, Riley 37 '( Worthington 59 ; Coal City 29 North Central (Sullivan Co.) 37, .Midland 28 Van Buren Twp. (Clay Co.) 49, Bowling Green 34 Carlisle 75,- Lyons 52 Switz City 64, Ellettsville 41 Newport 59, West Lebanon 49 Freelandville 51,. Oak-town 48 Staunton 52, Clay City 23 Dana 59, St. Bernice 58 (overtime) . Flat Rock 78, Boggstown 55 Sandborn 81, Pleasantville 56 Washington Twp. (Cass Co.) 37, Young,. America 34 Lucerne 58, Chili 56 (2 overtimes) . , Fulton 47, Twelve Mile 3S Kewanna 72, Star' City 4-1 Francesville 50, Pulasfc: 41 Royal Center" 57, Medaryville 48 Morgan town 66, Helmsburg 50 Noble Twp. 57, LaFontaine 52 Lake ton 54, Roann 47 Converse 72, Somerset -32 Andrews 74, Largo 5-1 Little Jeff 54, Monitor 32 Oxford 52, Gilboa 38 Boswell 38, Pine Twp. ('Ben-ton Co.) 28 •Wadena 60, Buck Creek 51 'Dayton 47, Mulberry.39 Brookston 50," Pine Village 49 Battle Ground 51, Ambia 50 . Remington 68, Goodland 49 Cutler 52, Deer Creek 50 Otterbein 36, Montmorenci 24 Mt, AyrX Tefft 23 . Reynolds 48, Chalmers 40 Pleasant Lake;.65, Salem Center 54 ' ' : Leo 66, MDnroeville 43 Huntington Catlholic 63, Warren Oregon Is 27-26 Victor, Clinches Bid Jo Rose Bowl PALO ALTO, Calif. Iff)—Oregon's Geo. Tech Trips — Sophomore kicked a 22- yard field goal with less than 3 the first ever attempted by Gerlick in either high, school or college. Halfback Tom Stephens, a terror on defense as well as offense, scored two of the Syracuse touch downs on 3 and 2 yard plunges in the first and second quarters minutes remaining for an upset respectively. Quarterback Chuck Zimmerman tallied the other on a one-yard sneak in' the third period. The stickleback bush has the peculiar habit of building muff- shaped nests of sticks and roots for receiving the spawn. YOU JUST CAN'T SELECTION of i ON' Cromwell 47, Albion 46 •• Geneva 53, Adams. Central 39 Larwill 3>1, .Coesse 20 • Lancaster 50, Union (Wells Co.) Huntington Twp..58, South Whitley 50 River dale 47, .Butler 46 ' Woodburn 71, Bellefountain 49 Roanoke 58, Lafayette Central 56 Elmhurst 58, Arcola 52' - ' Boston 50, Kifcchell 40 Economy 55, . Greensfork 50 Fountain .City 67, Webster 63 Williamsburg 47, Milton ,36 Jackson 59, Union Twp. (Randolph Co.) 48 Vernon 65, Paris Crossing 41 Fortville 56, Wilkinson 48 Shawswick 76, Loogootee 53 New Winchester 54, Lizton 36 Scottsburg 46, Paoli 39 North Salem 72, Avon 59 Pittsboro 53, Perry Central 37 North Manchester 48, Urbana 34 Pendleton 78,. Anderson St. Mary's 69 Jackson 59, Hayden 55 ATLANTA, W-Striking by.land and air, Georgia'Tech slammed Ducks virtually wrapped .up the : Duke from the unbeaten ranks Pacific Coast Conference Rose Saturday with a 13-0 upset victory Bowl bid Saturday as the talented over the nation's seventh ranked j toe of Jack Morris proved the | football power, winning factor in a 27-26 victory j fhe Engineers pounded out one over Stanford. '• j touchdown on the ground . against It was a high-powered offensive, the Blue Devils; vaunted defense, 'battle befor e 56,000 fans, largest j and took the air for the other. | crowd ever in the Oregon - Stan-'sub fullback Jim Benson dived ford rivalry. Each team scored j over from the °n fi f ° r the first four-touchdowns,-all but one on ! score, ending a 59-yard: march sustained marches. | helped along by a 15-yard person- Morris made three conversions. Stanford's Al Harrington collect- al foul called against Duke. The. clincher came in the third, when fullback' Lester Sim- ed only two Late in th e fourth period, period, Harrington's kick that ! erville took a , screen pass from 'quarterback Fred Braselton and; would have tied went low as Oregon ends Ron Stover and J.C. Wheeler rushed. There wasn't a fumble or an scurried 15 yards to score. But the touchdowns were almost anticlimactic. What had the 40,intercepted pass this blustery j 000 spectators amazed was the day The Ducks, with Jim Shan-(way Tech rammed the ball down ley and Morris handling most of,Duke's throat. Dukes defense, the running offense and quarter- j against rushing was third best in back Jack Crabtree deftly adding i the nation until Simerville, Ben- short passes, kept the presure on i son, Stan Flowers, Floyd Faucette Stanford i an< * °' ;ner Techsters cut loose for Oregon scored first after" a 72- 232 yards rushing, yard first quarter march, gave The visitors' total offense came •up the lead for a time, 13-7, in to only 109 yards, the second quarter, but took the Duke didn't get into, Tech ter- advantage for keeps second be- |r jt 0 ry until midway of the third fore the half ended. period when it moved to the 31 Two win, Oregon needed to out- before Tech's line hurled back the score a great passing game by threat and forced a punt. A fourth S t an f o r : d : s quarterback Jack quarter sally carried to the Tech ! Douglas, who hurled three touch- i 16 but Jo e .Delany intercepted a down throws. .With time running out, Stanford staged a last ditch drive carry- Bob Brodhea'd pass and killed the drive. Duke ' ing from its own 20 to the Ore- Ga. Tech gon nine. Two. Douglas passes Georgia Tech fell incomplete, and Bob Grottkau' downs — tossed him for a five- yard loss Simerville as the game ended. : ' Braselton). Oregon has 'defeated all other ton; teams eligible ,for the Rose Bowl and leads the conference -with a 5-0 record. All other eligible 000 0—0 0 67 '0—13 scoring: touch- Benso, 1 (plunge); 15 (pass - run from Conversion: Brasel- SMU TRIPS TEXAS DALLAS W — Don Meredith, a teams have lost at least twice! passing, crashing sophomore, and each. Oregon 'Stanford Oregon scoring: ! old waithorse Ray Masters crum- 777 6—27 bled Texas' -dreams Saturday as 677 6—26 Southern Methodist climbed back Touchdowns- SCOTT FROST LAME INGLEWOOD,, Calif, "ifli - Scott Frost, harness horse of the year in 1956, turned up. lame-for the $75,000 American Trotting Classic Saturday and trainer-driver Joe O'Brien said the great- champion may be retired .to stud. Shanley (9, run); Crabtree 2 (1, sneak); Morris (1, plunge). Conversion: Morri s 3. Stanford ' scoring: Touchdown —McMillin (73, pass - run from Douglas); Shea (5,. pass -from Douglas); Harrington (3, plunge) into the Southwest Conference race with a '19-12 victory^ SPT , BLOCK PUNTS SEATTLE (#)> — Punt blocking ( teamwork by two • alert linemen '• got Southern California off to .a T y . -, -, J ' , n _. . ~ to uw ^WWI*11W1.» t^uulUl.lllU l/ll 1>U .« Van Galder (2, pasS T from Doug- fagt start Saturday and opened las). Conversions: Harrington Wwther Elsewhere z - the way for the Trojans' first football victory, • a 19-12 Pacific' Coast Conference decision over Washington. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Atlanta, clear Bi-smarck, cloudy Boston, rain 'Chicago, rain Cincinnati, cloudy Cleveland, cloudy Denver, cloudy Des Moines, fain Detroit, .cloudy Fargo, cloudy Fort Worth, cloudy Indianapolis, • -cloudy Jacksonville, clear Kansas City,- cloudy Los Angeles,- rain' Memphis, cloudy Miami, clear Milwaukee,'. cloudy Mpls-St. Paul, rain ! Moline. cloudy 73 47 33 30 RANGERS WIN NEW', YORK ro-Marcel Faille, a stubby 24-year-old" goalie playing his first game in the National 56 54 Hockey League, produced a shut 54 501 out as the New York Rangers 66 40J trounced the Boston Bruins 5-0 at 58 40 36 32 50 44 CELTICS WIN BOSTON (/R—The World Cham- 57 38jpi° n Boston Celtics romped to 34 32 their fourth straight National 72 62 Basketball Assn. victory by 59 43 trouncing the Syracuse Nationals 78 52 i 107-83 Saturday night as hustling 51 48 Frank Ramsey contributed 27 • points and Big Bill Russell tossed 66 58 76 57 78 62 53 51 49 45 55 51 82 in 24 in a withering attack. SPT :... .... HAWKS GET A TIE _ TORONTO W) —'Ed Litzenberger 53' sent a long shot ricocheting off a POPULATION 171,790,000 WASHINGTON' (UP)—The Census Bureau today. estimated the U. S. population on Sept. .1 at 171,790,000. This 1 was an Increase of 20,657,000, or 13.7 per cent, since the last actual census in 1950. ban clo'udy . cloudy, sgo, cloudy 62 55 AA Oo Trl OQ 76 58 68 58 San Francisco, cloudy 62 49 Seattle, clear • Tampa, clear ' Washington, cloudy ' Winnipeg, cloudy . K 36 76 53 61 51 37 29 Oldest. U.S. military post now in service is West Point, N. Y., first used 'by troops during the Revolutionary War in 1778. goalpost into the Toronto nets with only 27 seconds left for. 'the score that gave."-the. Chicago"Black Hawks a 3-3 -tie with the Maple Leafs- in a National Ho c k e y League game Saturday night. ' FIELD GOAL DOES IT LOS ANGELES (ffl ~ Halfback Kirk Wilson kicked - a,-long, insurance field goal Saturday that -proved to be the winning play as UCLA handed California its sixth defeat of'the season I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Only a technicolor ad could do justice to the brilliance of these handsome sport shirts in glowing fall colors! 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