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THE NEWS-HERALD, FRANKLIN AND OIL CITY, PA. PAGE FOURTEEN THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1953. SFOMTS Top Five Teams Big Favorites Steele s Brady, Top Pro Punier, Yearns to Minnesota s Giel Threatens Modern Total Plays Record Slick Halfback Most Dangerous On Option Plays MINNEAPOLIS (UP) Thoe persons who view Saturday's tele vision "Game of tne weeK oe tween Minnesota and Pittsburgh won't need a program to know who's carrying the ball for Minnesota. Most of the time it will be Paul Giel. Giel, whose last name rhymes with "eel," has been practically the entire Minnesota offense for three years. He reached the peak of his career last Saturday against Michigan when he handled the ball on 53 out of 63 plays a Big Ten record. The slippery halfback, a big No. 10 on his back, made the most of those plays. He scored two touchdowns and passed for a third. He gained 281 yards and . intercepted two passes to halt Michigan scor ing thrusts. He even held the ball for point after touchdown attempts. The All - American candidate fains most of his yardage and is most dangerous on what is called a "run-pass option" play. He Starts either to his right or left as if to pass. If the receivers are covered, he runs. Usually he runs and usually he makes yardage, even though he appears hopelessly mothered by onrushing tacklers. "Giel's not fast, but he makes up that deficiency with a deceiving motion. He doesn't waste a Step," Coach Wes Fesler says. Giel operates in the tailback spot of Fesler's "simplified" single wing offense. Fesler "simplified" the attack when it became apparent his full offense was "too much to master" under single platoon football. It is mostly limited to basic single - wing off - tackle thrusts, weak side reverses and Giel's passing. Helping to make Giel more ef fective is right halfback, Bob Mc- Namara, who wears No. 44. Hobbled by effects of a knee operation in the first two games, Me-Namara now has developed into an offensive threat. Other "key" players in the Gc pher lineup will be ends Bob Rut ford and Jimmy Soltau, g &. feij. $M.S Bm m fc&r T I'MJi Faul Geil !ln Week's GamesjTVy Passing Ability By KUDY CERNKOVIC PITTSBURGH (UP) The folks NEW YORK (UP) All of the na- uuu w xive .wm were listed in Seattle who remember a rangy as heavy favorites todav to win ," t , , their football eames on Satnrrfav kid who spent long hours kicking with only fifth-ranked Illinois being picked by as little as one touchdown. MnUn.An.LUAn The unbeaten mini, colliding WWMiici mwimiwijc wilh Purdue machine that sur- Handles Ball 61 Times in Game a football in lower Woodland Park a dozen years ago, aren't surprised today to learn that Pat Brady is along the Mercer and Venango Countv lines and extending from the vicinity of Valencia, Butler County, to Wesleyville, Erie Coun- STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (UP- ' 4-v divides the two zones. Hopes that the Pennsylvania Stavj iin.ml,vn fWlppp mav soon beein construe-. KEYSTONE DIMDfcMJ j $50,000 Contributed 'For Penn State Chapel prised last week by cracking Mich igan Mate s string of 28 victories. I were listed as 7-point choices. However, first -ranked Notre I Dame was favored by a whoDninsllead with an av ,,, ,. ,,,, D .U9 points over a Navy team upsetiper punt. Bob Smith of the Detroit .E. .0RK. (LP.) 3 ,,n Vilast week bv Pennsv'.vania. and!Lions is second with 45.3 yards. yiei or Minnesota enjoyed uic bus- second-ranked Maryland was the jest and best day any majjr-cOi-most iopsidei choice of the day, 27 lege back has had this season!points over South Carolina, in the against Michigan last Saturday, he;odds ted b a Minneapolis odds-moved within reach of the n.oaernjhouse- Third-rated Baylor was three-year record for most total I n,i,j uv nintl, i -f::i -NT-.AA c-.- n,, II-.-". -v J"'" " pia, uiiitidi "u Christina, and fourth-ranked Sou- reau statistics revealed today. thern California bv IS nvmr Orpcrnn P, ol hanlod ihc hall fit moc ' 7 " Odtuiudy on 3D lull!,, 10 iwss.es, i of thp riav a h; intprntinnl interceptions, a punt, 4 punt re-!,,., mmoerA .ac r,,mDH , t turns and a kickoff runback for aipojnt pick over Pittsburgh, total advance of 3,1 yards. That, tu odds-makers saw two m brought his workhorse total to as even money-Kansas-Nebraska 189 plays this season. He ,e dieland Mississippi-Louisiana State, counUy with 3,4 last years and had ;and two others almost as evgn 3o as a sophomore in 19ol, so h:s: with Wake Forest a 1 int cnoice total stands at 900 pays with four over aemson and Indiana picked games to go. The record is 989. kv 1 nninf Ticcn..H set by Texas Christian's Lindyj "otherwise, here's how the odds-Berry in 1947-49. i makers saw the big game: Giel Not Alone : East: West Virginia 6 ever Penn Unlike the two previous vears, j f: Syraf se 6 ao? osf however, when under two-platoon am 6 over Miami (Fla.) rules such all-around performers C S if Cml! were so rare that there was no J f Vb'a ' Colg V ovlr " rhallPnp t ke a pp in this 8e. ale 13 0?r Dartmouft, Vn- .,,.,. ,-i i C u.vilanova 14 over Xavier. South: Alatiama 6 ovei Georgia, Brady believes his punting prowess is 1 per cent inherited and 99 per cent practice. 'lily father, John Brady, was a soccer player in Ireland before he came to America," Pat recalled. "He encouraged me to try kicking the ball around. I' got my first , io,;,, rv,ntr f h iviatinnai ! football when I was seven and r. xu ,7 have been kicking ever since Football League. But to be a punter it means long The southpaw kicker, now in his "hours of practice " second year with the Pittsburgh T ' ; .oir, Last week Brady amazed his ,'erage of 49.6 yards;k"lcl . ,J""raJ i"-1-" ai - iwues xieiu. oianamg on tne do-yard line he arched the ball over! the fence, a distance of about 90 ! yards in the air. "During practice at Nevada got off a boot that went about 115 yards with the roll," Brady said, "The longest kick I got off in col lege competition was 99 yards with the roll against Loyola of Los Angeles while I was with Nevada. "The best I've done this season was 64 yards against the Eagles." Brady and tackk Nick Bolkovac, the Steelers' placekicker, practice together. "I'm Nick's No. 1 rooter," Brady said. "When we get inside the 50-yard line I'd like to have Coach (Joe) Bach send in Nick to try Brady laughed. "One of; for a field goal on the fourth down connected for a 14-yard j instead of me punting. Gotta think of my average, you .know." tion of the first unit of a proposed all-faith chapel were bolstered to dav with the receipt of an anonymous gift of $50,000 to the Penn State Foundation. The gift raised to approximately $90,000, or about half the estimated cost of the first unit, the amount available to finance construction cf the chapel. ,TO CORN FIELDS Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, presi-j CORAL GABLES, Fla. - When dent of the college, said it wasiM. . travlpri t1 T,inPnin tc Dlav Kpvstone Income Common Stock Fund S-2 has declared a regular distribution of 48 cents per share from net investment income, and a special distribution of 90 cents per share from net realized gains. Both distributions are payable on Nov. 15 to record of Oct 31. planned to de'sign the chapel so it would be immediately useful for many types of religious activities, hgd made sucn as persunai uevuuuus, wcu- dings and small religious exercises. Eventually it will serve as one unit of a larger, all-faith struc- Nebraska this fall, it was the long est trip a Hurricane football team Even in the age of professional football specialists, Brady is a rarity. Although he is listed as a quarterback, he has been inserted in the Steeler lineup only on fourth downs when a punter is needed. Lou Groza is the Cleveland Browns' ace place-kicker, but he varies his speciality with duty as an offensive tackle. Brady realizes his gridiron forte is punting, but he yearns for a chance to try his passing ability against professional competition. He threw from the T-formstion when he played college ball wih Nevada and Bradley. I threw only three passes last year, them Duck Hunting Time Schedule LFVIVE SALVAGE YARD BUYING PAPER RAGS GLASS SCRAP IRON METALS FOR PROMPT COLLECTION PHONE 811 Shooting hours for eastern zone area are. Starts Closes. A.M. P.M. ; Oct. 30 Oct. 31 .6:12 5:15 9:00 5:14 6:13 5:13 6:14 5:12 6:16 5:11 6:17 5:10 6:18 5:08 6:20 5:07 6:20 5:06 Eastern zone times are four minutes earlier than western zone shooting hours. A line running Rnldent Noafttrat Hunting License ARMY STORE OH CIT 73 Senec St.. Oil Clt? IMI t-1111 Nov, Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov, Nov. For ft Most Enjoyable Evening LET'S GO BOWLING! Open Alleys Wri. 9 p. m Frl. 9 p. m. Sat. Son. COI'RT RECREATION CENTER Phone 3U for Beiervation category, Giel is not alone this year. Five other players have comparable record p,it Jit Auburn 6 over Florida, Tennessee Don Hulls Ot;e ,. f. ,, . , Eelgrass is Staging Comeback on Coast; Means Good Fishing Stav Cnakes, center and linebacker Jerry Helgeson and quarterback Geno Cappelletti. throwing for 4 more, a total of 12. Garrett, No. 2 to. Georgia's Zeke Bratkowski in passing, is the coun try's top interceptor with b, even through he has run them back only 3 yards. Meanwhile, Bratkowski's favorite receiver, Georgia's Jack Carson, has moved ahead in the pass receiving race with 32 caught to 31 for Ken Buck of College of Pacific, the season-long leader until now. Races are close in both punt and kick-off runback categories. Iii punt By JACK CUDDY ; returns, Jack Stone, West Virginia vfw vnDr tto ii-iu iu , Senior, leads with 213 yards on 11 NEW YORK 'UP With the aid r Mr t,,i t... tackle of Cuddy s muddy crystal ball, we takpn uif.Wnff: ha(,w varH,: A O T TDU ij. e C-1 ford, Lamar McHan of Arkansas, !uc' T' "-" Jiary Paul Cameron of UCLA and 3oe"V.t' Eelgrass is coming back. Mastrogiovanni of Wvoming. AU " "uuijt, After having virtuaUy disappear- are seniors except Mastrogiovanni,! fT m,-. . . e , ied from the coasts in the early the nation's total offense leader! Jf in o Am , wd'1930's. it is beginning to re-estab-with 935 yards gained. ll T , n- Klan?.'!lish itself. Phil Barske, writing in Cameron leads in "touchdown1 " Xi ""OQiJ k"-alc' v"" '"i the current Fisherman Magazine responsibility." scoring 8 and"- ... e The Sports Parade I 4V.. 11 -mntii i, lvviuou wuuieii t j d th , department. as follows: East Cornell over Columbia: Slightly stronger offense. Yale over Dartmouth: By two touchdowns. West Virginia over Penn State: Maintains nation's longest winning streak. Syracuse over Holy Cross: Cra- saders' offense bogging down. I Fordham over Miami: Superior ipassing. Also Princeton over Brown, Har- over Texas, Texas A&M 7 over Arkansas, Rice 7 over Kentucky, Oklahoma A&M 10 over Tulsa. West: UCLA 13 over California. Colorado 14 over Iowa State, Stan ford 14 over Washington State, Roosevelt Brown, Giant Tackle, Glad He Tried Pro Game Pitt Squad to Fly To Minnesota Friday More Aggressive Castellani Scores Win Over Laurent CLEVELAND (UP) Christmas still is nearly two months away, but Manager Al Nieman said today he already knows what he wants to get his middleweight protege, Rocky Castellani, for a present, "A shot at the title that's what we want," Nieman said. "When Bobo Olson puts it on the block, we want to be the first ones there. Rocky deserves it." Castellani. ranked third smmu the country's 160-pounders, earned !Dacks Nieman s ambitions Wednesday night with an impressive, unanimous decision over Mickey Laurent nf lTrnnf0 Tn thp lnn-ciHpH natinn- allv televised and broadcast bout I Also Wisconsin over Iowa. In-the series with the Panthers start- every scorecard gave Castellani. idiana over Missouri. Ohio State ed 20 J'ears a-a Clevelander, at least 8 of the 10 'over Northwestern, Michigan State; ' rounds. lover Oregon State, Nebraska overQ fUtirU "Rocky looks better everv fieht."i Kansas, Colorado over Iowa State. JlOne nUlCn Nieman said afterwards. "He's j Cincinnati over Dayton, Drake over changed his style now. He's more . Bradley. a.aressive." i South vard over Davidson, Marquette j over Boston University, Bucknell over Lehigh. Colgate over Rutgers, Boston College over Richmond, Villanova over Xavier. Midwest Minnesota over Pittsburgh: TV fans see Giel gallop again. Notre Dame over Navy. Better all-round team. Illinois over Purdue: Superior PITTSBURGH (UP) - Coach Red Dawson takes his University of Pittsburgh grid squad to Minne apolis by plane Friday morning for Saturday's TV scrap with Minnesota. Although Dawson said earlier he contemplated no lineup changes, he performed a switch Wednesday and announced Gene Steratire will replace Johnny Jacobs at left halfback and Joe Los will take over at right guard for John Cenci. Dawson primed his charges this week to halt Minnesota's powerful single wing attack after a steady diet of T-formation opponents. With All America candidate Paul Michigan over Pennsylvania: But! Giel as its spearhead, the Gophers probably close. last weekend upset previously un- Oklahoma over Kansas State: Bv: beaten Michigan, 22-0. The Go- one touchdown. By EARL WRIGHT NEW YORK (UP) How does it feel to be 'a rookie trying to make good in the rugged National Football League? "Just fine," said Roosevelt Brown, a 245-pound tackle from Morgan, State who won a starting berth on the New York Giants' offensive line this year. "It's certainly tougher than college football but I'm glad I tried the pro game. "The main differences seem to be that everyone you go up against in pro ball is a top man big and smart and fast. In college I didn't run into boys as big as I am every Saturday. I've been in five pro games and all the men across the line seem as big or bigger than me. The 21-year-old Brown stands 6-3. He is built like a museum statue-slender hips and broad shoulders. But he is no statue on the field. He surprised the Giants by outrun ning Arnie Weinmeister, New York's fleet defensive tackle, in windsprints. crown, wno regularly sports a ,." ; ";? ;;'," ;' J musiacne, aerDy nat and umbrei- lla. has mnrpctprf hie tmmst There was no room for argu-! Louisiana State over Mississippi: By SHIRLEY McNANY STONE CHURCH. Oct. 26 Mrs. Ira Elder, Mrs. Lois Hassler. Miss Ethel Coulter and Mrs. Charles McNany attended a party Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Lyle Morgan. A number from here spent Wednesday in Franklin at the Armory, making the grange booth. Scrub- ment that Castellan' looked good ' Stronger defense, but close a-rainst the bobbing, weaving and, Army over Tulane: Five defeats at times, awkward, Laurent. Two of revealed Tulane's weak defense the officials, in fact, did not vote! Georgia Tech over Vanderbilt: -tp Frenchman a single round. 1 at least two touchdowns. Protecting his head with both Georgia over Alabama: Merely gloves held high in a style used;home grounds edge, might be tie. by many French ring warriors,! ajso waKe rorest over Ciemson.l grass received second place. Laurent kept plodding forwaro AUDUrn over JMonaa. iennessee; Mrs. Reed, Fairview, spent sev throughout the 10 heats but always 'over iNorth Carolina. William andjeral days in the home of Rev. and- waited for Castellani to lead. Rockv, Mary over orth Carolina State, i Mrs. Carl Perrin, invariably connected with a ?.er.d-''Duke over Virginia, Maryland over ing left or brought up a looping South Carolina, VMI over Florida uppercut that stopped the French-1 State, Mississippi State over Tex-man's slow advance. ias Tech, Virginia Tech over The Castellani was slightly cut over Citadel, George Washington over the right eye at the end of the;Wasnin2ton and Lee, Furman over 9th round, apparently as a result i Wof ford Mrs. Arthur Milford returned! with a gash on the inside oi his home Saturday after spending sev-! lower lip that required four stitch-eral days in New Castle visiting rel-es. Brown said the game was play-aives- 'ed on such a muddy field tna'c lie Mr. and Mrs. William Milford couldn't form much of an opinion and family, Mariasvilie. visited 0n Cleveland "because nobodv Sunday afternoon in the Charles could set un a full head of si.Pam " of getting hit by Laurent s head I Southwest McNany home. "Evervbodv I've come im aunng a ctiiicn. in me iuui, iau-i uvei v-unsuciii: cy jjuiu iu im. anu mis. uunaiu against has been good. Brown rent, way behind, came out trying tw touchdowns. ! Elder, a son, on Sunday evening in, sajd trving to work his injured with his fancy street clothing and Coach Steve Owen with his play "I believe Brown is going to make a terrific tackle on either offense or defense. When he gets a year of pro ball under his belt, he'll be able to go both ways and you won't have to worry about where he plays," Owen said. Brown, like most current pro football players, already is locking beyond his playing days. "I hope to go to Springfield College 'at Springfield, Mass.) after the pro season and begin studying for a master of education degree. Some day, I'd like to get a job as a coach," he explained. Brown came out of last Sunday's Igame with the Cleveland Browns tells why its return is good for fish, waterfowl and even the; ocean. Eelgrass is not a grass andi is not eaten by eels. j "Worldwide in distribution, eelgrass grows along the temperate and subarctic coasts in Europe, Asia, and Australia. Along the Atlantic Coast, the plant originally grew from southern North Carolina northward to Greenland, Labrador, and James Bay. On the Pacific Coast, it extends from southern California northward to the Bering Sea." ' Numerous fish used the grass as! a place to breed, to feed, or to j hide. Waterfowl fed on the roots I and on the animal food that was' abundant in the beds and in the wracks that washed up on the shore. "But of the many known and unknown values of eelgrass, the one most Important to the fisherman and to the fish was the tre mendous quantity of invertebrate life supported by the grass beds: the worms, shrimp, scuds, snails a whole host of tiny animal forms which fit into the fish's food chain." After the mysterious blight struck the eelgrass, the beds began to die out and disappear. From 1932 to 1942, the eelgrass fought a wavering battle. "Since then, however, the recovery of ele-grass has been progressively encouraging. 'Grass' beds have reappeared in many localities along the Atlantic Coast and in some areas the grass is now as abundant as it ever was." Eelgrass means food, and food means fish the most important steps toward assuring more fish for catching. 'ttttways . to appreciate that 7 Crown Taste Any drink ii a better drink when it's made with Seagram's 7 Crown. But America' Cavorite whiskey is never more appreciated than when it's served "neat," "over ice" or in a highball. For then, its true taste comes through . . . undisguised . . . naturally smoother, naturally finer! The Indians of thousands of years ago believed salt turned the hair gray. to batter that eye and perhaps gain a technical knockout win. That gave Rocky the chance for his best round and he slammed Mickey so heavily that the French-; man was hanging on and dazed Superior power. nice over AentucKy: Sjiigntly tne urove uty Hospital. Mrs. ider.iin intn a arin "Hni Cm nni r,- stronger attack will be remembered as Elsie Anna good on remembering names and Southern Methoaist over Texas:! Coulter . I I've been pretty busy trying to do In close fight. j Mrs. Carl Perrin, Mrs. Charles my best " Texas A & M over Arkansas: i McNany and sons spent Saturday j '.T,. '.,,. .!,,:,,,.. : afternoon in Clarion. Saturday night: Colts (3-2) over when the final bell rang. ; Also Oklahoma A&M over Tulsa, me Young Peoples Class of theipackers (14) at Baltimore Castellani, heavv choice, had lempe btate over Hardin-bimmoni, scruograss L.nurcn win noia its mi-i Sunday Rams (4-1 ) over Lions entered the ring at 158 pounds, a Denver over New Mexico, Arizona lowe'en party on Friday night at at os Angees. Browns 5-0) half-pound lighter than Laurent. ;over West Texas State. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert ;over Renins (2-2-D at Cleve- Far West ;Milhren. Emlenton. R. D. 1. HAII OF FAMF ' UCLA over California: Uclans1 Miss Shirley McNany and friend, V m T ;are Rose Bowl conscious. jMiss Frances Thomas, Clarion Mi-W BKLNSW1CK. iV J. i Stanford over Washington State: Teachers College, spent Saturday Moving into the 19o3 season, 32 Indians also seek bowl n'Kbt and Sundav with Mr. and players ana a coaches had been, southern California mw rn-r-snn- Mrs. Charles McNany elected to the Football Hall of About 26-14 Fame. W&L ACTION ARE Also Washington over Ltah, North Texas State over San Jose State, Wyoming over Bngham Young, Utah State over Montana, Colorado College over Colorado State. Call 353 for Job Printing What thfs country needs is a shoe for women that's larger on the inside than on the outside, ,V The young people of the Stone Church community gathered at the home of Kenny Hindman for a Hallowe'en party Saturday night. After the spooks, clowns and funny people unmasked, games were played in keeping with Hallowe'en and a lunch was served later to the hungry youngsters. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McNany and family called on his mother and aunt in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hilliard, Parker, R. D. Mrs. Anna McNany is spending some time with her sister, who hasn't been well. Miss Sadie Lemmon, a missionary nurse from McCormick Hospital, Thailand, was the speaker at Scrubgrass Sunday. It was the fall thankoffering Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Carl Perrin spent Monday in Erie with their son and daughter-in-law and family. The monthly meeting of the Scrubgrass Missionary Society will be held Thursday afternoon in the chapel. Mrs. Margaret Crawford is the leader. land: Steelers (3-2) over Eagles (2-2-1) at Pittsburgh; Forty-Niners (3-2) over Bears d-4) at San Francisco; Giants (1-4) over Cardinals (0-5) at Chicago. Vultures and woodpeckers were sacred in ancient Rome. Say Soigmm's and be UV Seagram's 7 Crown. Blended Whiskey. 86.8 Proof. 65 Grain Neutral Spirits. Seagram-Distillers Corp., N. Y. KEYED UP Frank Leahy displays the intensity that1 caused the Notre Dame coach to collapse at the half of the Georgia Tech (fame. Assistant Bill Early squats at his side. (NEA) j 1949 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL DELUXE 2-DOOR SEDAN Heater, Defroster, 37,000 Miles, Good Tires. Looks and Runs Like New. Don't Miss This Buy. CALL 970 $850 CALL 970 R. & B. MOTOR CO., Inc. 1U20 Liberty St. JOHN C BRECHT. Pres. Phone 971 Showroom Open Every Night Til 8 P. At the SPORTSMEN'S DEN Masonic Bldg. South Side, Oil City SPORTSMEN Ph. 7-4931 NO COLD FEET NOW! Korean Boots This is the famous boot created by the U. S. 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