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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20,1957 THE PHAROS-TEIBUNE and LOGANSFORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGENIN1 ILLINI UNBEATEN MINNESOTA 34-13 Mitchell's Runs Spark Homecoming Explosion CHAMPAIGN, HI. W - The glittering running of halfback Bob Mitchell, hospitalized earlier in the. week with a temperature, touched off an Illinois homecoming' explosion Saturday that blew „-..„.„ 14 7 13 0—34 Minnesota scoring: touchdowns, Lindblom (16, pass from Cox); Friend (14, pass from Reese, Conversion, Borstad. Illinois scoring: touchdowns, ing cAuiuaiuii ooi."» u«j ""-L -— — - , n • „_> apart Minnesota, the nation's Delveaux 2 (l plunge; 10 run); H • -•- Mitchell (1, plunge); Smith (2, plunge); Hill (38, pass from Haller. Conversions, Yeazel 4. IOWA STOPS WISCONSIN IOWA OFIY, Iowa UP) —Undefeated Iowa had its great big hands full Saturday in pulling out a 217 victory over Wisconsin in an exciting Big Ten football duel. Wisconsin, the early season surprise in the conference with a 2314 triumph over Purdue, made the defending Big Ten .champs'heusfle every minute. A 44-yard dash down the sidelines by Bill Gravel with an intercepted* pass early in the fourth fourth-ranking team 34-13. While 69,619 fans cheered the two-touchdown underdog Illini and millions'of others watched on the national TV hookup, Coach Ray Eliot's upset-minded team, deluged the Gophers, 21-0, by halftime, and-maintained the pressure to hand them first defeat in four starts. In'gaining its second triumph, in four games, Illinois duplicated its homecoming ambush of last year when it trimmed Michigan State, then the nation's No. 1 team, 20-13, in one of the season's biggest surprises. Mitchell, a 180-ound senior Mitchell a, WO" 0 * «™J auarter provided Iowa wicn its in- from Hot Springs, Ark., who won - |]ran ^ tou _ hdowi , Bob Pre wcott all-Big Ten honors as a sophomore and was hobbled, with injuries in 1S56, time and again split-the big Minnesota defenses with his eel-like runs. <, And while the Gophers were trying to contend with Mitchell's slipperiness, a 205-pound junior halfback from Chicago, Jack Delveaux, riddled them down the middle and quarterback Tom Haller, a junior from Lockport, 111., harassed them with passes. Delveaux scored twice in the surance touchdown. Bob Prewcott made his third 'straight conversion and Iowa led 21-7 much to the comfort of a record Iowa crowd of 58,047 homecomers. Wisconsin, which had pulled into a 7-7 tie in the third period with a touchdown on a blocked Iowa punt, tossed two threats in the fourth 'period and these died a pleasant death for the Iowa fans on the 16 -and 19 yard line respectively. Iowa drove and passed 75 yards Ten at 158 pounds, nearly lifted the winless Wildcats to a stunning, upset. The -squad speedster, who stands only 5-feet-4 scored one touchdown and. set'up. another as the Wildcats struck twice in the third period and sent a scare through the Michigan crowd. Sounded by the Northwestern comeback, Michigan changed back for a tie-breaking touchdown and Byers accounted for 51 of the 64 yards in the decisive. drive. ' Van Pelt, who insisted on playing although he was scheduled to sit out the. contest, passed to halfback Jim Pace for the final seven yards- and moments later raced six yards for an insurance touchdown after the Wildcats'l last ditch gamble fired. Byers carried the ball seven plays out of 1& as Michigan punched across the decisive touchdown. Michigan's superior over-all strength showed in the last period of play and Byers, who has been playing behind the injured Joohn Herrnstein and Gene Sisinyak, rip- pec the Wildcat line apart. . Northwestern, taking its fourth straight beating, tried gamely to fight back once more. After Michi- gai. drove to the Wildcat one only to lose the ball on a fumble, quarterback John, Talley passed from his own end zone but halfback Ron Burton fumbled and Michigan got the ball on the 14. Two plays later Van Pelt boot- leigged the last six yards down the sideline for a touchdown. With less than a minute remaining after a poor Northwestern kick, Michigan's reserves applied the crusher with sophomore halfback Al Groce plunging over from the one'. Bowling NATIONAL LEAGUE W L 4 6 7 9 9 9 11 13 13 14 15 16 11TSI. uucsiiei. ire iau u^un, «, ?»*.*•, . 30 yards midway in ^.period to ™dwayjn. the fuse an 83-yard touchdown dnve in 12 plays. Haller's jump pass of 10 yards to Bob Delaney set up Delveaux's eventual 1- yard scoring blast. Four minutes later, Mitchell recovered halfback Bill Martin's fumble on the Gopher 28. Mitchell 'wormed his way 18 yards' on the next play. Then Delveaux drilled over from the 10. •At the -outset of the • second quarter, Mitchell's 1-yard touchdown smash ended a 53-yard BUni thrust in 9 plays. Mitchell's mercurial scampers of 116 and 9 yards set the props. . The Illini kept it up j in the third quarter, scoring again in the first seven minutes on a 69-yard frolic in 14 downs that included 4 Hafler aerials good for 62 yards. Haller's 23-yard pitch to Capt. Dale Smith made way for Smith's final 2-yard touchdown plunge. Five minutes later,, the- Illini scored again on the game's most sensational pass play. A poor 18- yard punt by the Gophers set Illinois in motion on the Minnesota 4/7. Mitchell's running carried to the 21, but a holding infraction-set the Ulini back. Then Haller found end Ron Hill on the clear near the sidelines. He rifled the ball to Hill on th e 5. Hill juggled it momentarily, then lugged it over the..goal line. Against second and third stringers, Minnesota struck through the air for two touchdowns' in the last quarter. Bobby Cox passed 16 yards to Dave ^indblom for the first TD. Then, third string quarterback Jim Reese, hit Jerry Friend -with a li^yard scoring toss. Mike Hagler'got the score" on a seven- yard end sweep. After fumbles and an interception thwarted any second period scoring, Wisconsin got its tie when John Mocera's punt was -blocked by Jim Heineke. The ball squirted •back to the three, was scooped back of the goal line in a scramfo- ;e and Jon Hobbs fell upon it in another melee. Iowa bounced right back for a 14-7 lead with a 75-yard parade, covering the distance in six play Horn put a spectacular finish on the excursion with a 35ryard burst through the 'middle, the fullback carrying two Badgers with him the last five yards. ' Wisconsin Iowa Keitzer's . 17 Greensfelder's , 15 Bollei & Farrer 14 Smokehouse • . . - 12 Muehlhausen No, 2 ' 12 Bailey's • •....' 12 Muehlhausen.No. ,3 10 Muehlhausen No,! 4' 8 Production Marketing 8 Barnes Construction '7 Logan Lumber 6 Wolf Coal' 5 Three games were won .by Keitzer's, Bollei & Farrer, Bailey's over Muehlhausen No. 4, Logan Lumber and Barnes -Construction; two games were won by Smoke : house Muehlhausen No. .2 and Greensfelder's. 600 Series/— Harry Smith 630 (210,210,210)." 550 Series— £ Albright 572, J. Keitzer 557, K. 4Peterson 550, H. Caughell 551, G. Scagnoli :570, I. Burrough 560, -1. Insley 568, J. Alberts 588. 200 Games— M. Muehlhausen 230, J. Keitzer 223, J. Erickson 203, J. Pierce 202, G. Scagnoli 230, D. Gallaway 220, J. Burkhart 202, J. Alberts 216 and 204. (Two triplicates, R. Rohrabaugh three 154 games; 'H. Smith three 210 games.) Northwestern Michigan 0.0.14 0—14 0 14 0 20-34 Navy Sinks Georgiall Northwestern scoring' — Touchdowns: McKeiver (21, run); Quinn (1, plunge). Conversions: McKei % ver 2. Michigan scoring—Touchdowns: Bowers ('M, pass-run from Van Pelt);. Pace 2 (6, run; 7, pass from Van P.elt); Van Pelt' (6, run). Groce (1, plunge.. Conversions: Van Pelt 3, Noskin. SPORTSMAN LEAGUE W Kain's Motors 19 T & T Bar 19. Dilling Plumbing 19 Dean's Milk 18 Ross Reid's • 17 Gossard 15 Jones Auto • , 13 Maroney's Poultry 13 Beneritt Furniture 11 Walton 8 Klein's Super Mkt. 8 Muehlhausen No. 8 8 Four points were won by Dilling Plumbing and T & T bar over 0070—7 7077-5(1 "Wisconsin scoring — Touchdown, BJon Hobbs Well on ball in end zone after blocked Iowa punt). Iowa scoring—Touchdown: Hagler (7, run); Horn (35, run); Gravel (44, run with intercepted pass). Conversions: Prescott 3. MICHIGAN ROLLS ANN ARBOR, Mich. TO—Quarterback Jim Van Pelt got up out of a sick bed Saturday and led Michian to a M-14 Big Ten football triumph over a courageous, upset-minded Northwestern eleven •before 70,884 homecoming fans. The slick senior signal caller, one of 25 Michigan players strick- ,en with-flu during the week, teamed up with third string fullback Jim Byers and pulled the Wol- erines together for a pair of fourth period touchdowns that broke a 1414 dea<flock. Michigan's reserves scored again with less than a minute '-remaining. Halfback Bob MccKeiver, one of Butler Raps Valpo27-0 VALPARAISO, Ind. «P^-Butler's Bulldogs scored in every quacter and walloped Valparaiso's flu-riddled football squad Saturday, .27-0. Kent Stewart/ sophomore quarterback from Indianapolis, scored one of the Bulldogs' four touch- L 9 9 9 10 11 13 15 15 17 20 20 20 Walton and. Bennett Furniture; three points were won by Ross Reid's, Maroney's Poultry, Dean's Milk and Muehlhausen No. 6. 550 Series—R, Wagner 553, 0. Neumann 574, L. Handschu 561. f 200 Games — R. Chapman 211, R. Jewell 214, 0. Neumann 253, L. Handschu 21, R. Bean 207. NORFOLK, Va. ®—Unpredictable Navy breezed to a 21-0 halftime lead over Georgia in the llth annual Oyster Bowl footiball game Saturday, -and while it was resting on its oars saw the.advantage dwindle' to seven points before it aroused • itself to-register a 27-14 victory. - ' The,. 3il,000 spectators settled down to watch a slaughter as the Middies scored the first two times they got the ball \ in the first period, the first time on an 86- yard march. When Navy, after . a couple of false starts' in the second quarter, scored again as Ray Wellborn intercepted Charley-Britt's pass to race 30 yards over the goal, it seemed -the game would continue as -a procession of Navy touchdowns. •'"-'« The Georgians came back with renewed vigor after the half, however,, and 'after- stopping the initial Navy- attack and getting the. ball on a punt on their 24,'marched manfully 76 yards. A pass, Britt to Bobby Towns, took the ball from'the Navy. 15 to the three, and Theron Sapp .drove over from the 'one' foot: line on third'down. The fourth period was barely under-way when Carl. Manning recovered Alasdair S w a n s o n's fumble on the Navy 49. With Gene Littleton, Wilbur Lofton' and Don oberdash ripping viciously at the me and off the tackles,'the Bull- ogs advanced to the three. From lere Tommy Lewis skipped unmolested around the right end to core. Ned Oldham returned the kickoff from the Navy .eight to he 37. The Middies started' a »enalty-interrupted march _that nded with Oldham skipping around his right end 34 yards to he goa. Gerbgia 007 7-14 Vavy . 14 7 0^6—27 Georgia scoring '— touchdowns: Sapp (1 foot, plunge); Lewis (3, •un). Conversions: Cooper 2. Navy scoring—touchdowns: For- -estal (6, sneak); Wellborn 2 (W, pass from Flood; 30,, intercepted 3ass); Oldham (34, run). Oon- versiqns:; Oldham, Flood 2. Honey Signed, As Braves Boss For'58 Season Sooners String Stretches to 44 NORMAN, Okla. (5 > M>klahoma made three, touchdowns in the MILWAUKEE (ffl-r-Fred Haney first quarter then toyed with Kan- Saturday signed a new one-year sas tie remainder of their Big Army Pops Pitt 29-13 contract to manage the world champion Milwaukee Braves in 1958 for an estimated $40,000 — his highest salary in 34 years in baseball. Eight Conference contest for a 47-0 victory and the Sooners' 44th straight triumph Saturday. The Sooners, ranked No. 2 in nation's".football -picture, ran 'The litt e man whose team won up 477 yards rushing in winning the National League pennant and \ their second conference game of then beat the-favored New York, the season. It was their'61st con- Yankees in the World Series.came |test without a loss^ in loop play. to terms after a-brief conference with President Joseph Cairnes and general manager John 'Quinn. Kansas, slowed down by injuries, was no match for the Big Eight team and the'closest the Jayhawks ' Haney, 59, is believed to have | could get to the Oklahoma received between $25,000 and $30,- was the-Sooner 32 in a fourth quar- 000 this season, his first'full year as manager of the Braves.'• Although terms' were not dis- ter drive that ended with a fumble. Kansas handed Oklahoma three homa also fumbled away the ball very.happy and plased wife the way .things developed." The contract runs for only one; year in keeping with a policy set' •by Cairnes. • •. ' - There was no announcement regarding the status .of the Braves' coaching staff of Connie Ryan, to Kansas three times as it knocked at the Jayhawk scoring gates. The Sooners scored in each quarter. Alternate team quarterback David Baker and alternate fullback David Rolle made two touchdowns each. Kansas, which has split four v.»uu..u U g umij. 1,1 ^ U """- j.tvw"«i hansel's, wiiiuu licia S^UL iuui Johnny Riddle, Charlie Root ancH-games this" season, played its best TJ/^K TT.AA1TT T3i»f f*ltitv4.vt r*nvA *-ti rt»«/\ i « • . * 11. . . T ..L downs and points. kicked three extra LM14l«J t . Phil Mercer picked up 99 yards for Butler in -seven rushes 'but had to go only one yard for his touchdown. Sophomore Ken Long and Joe Grisson tallied the other Bulldog six-pointers. Butler stopped Valparaiso three times inside the. Bulldog 10-yard line, holding for down s at the 2 in the second quarter. The- victory gave Butler a 2-1 record in the Indiana Conference and 3-2 overall.' Valpo has won 1 conference game, tied one and lost two and is 2-2-1 overal. CITY LEAGUE W 16 14 14 9 5 5 won 12 16 X 16 by Butler .7 6 7 7-27 Minnesota 009 13—13 Valparaiso' 0' 0 0 0—0 Butler scoring — Touchdowns: Mercer (1, plunge); Long (12, run) Stewart (16, run); Grisson (5, run) the smallest players in the Big Conversions: Stewart 3 HIGH BID %r laskioH Horns! "ACE of suedes"* The.iuxury of suede tailored by CALIFORNIAN,with style * superiority in every stitch! Narrower shoulders and lapels give you the new natural silhouette. Center vent, smart patch pockets snd effective pickeo detailing. Calipel® treated for water, spot and stain resistance. Sand, Cocoa. Sizes 34 to 46, including longs. $47.50 - s Others From $35 STORE HOURS: Men., 9 to 5 TUBJ., 9 to 5 Wed., 9 to 12 Thurs., 9 to 5 Fri., 9 to 9 Sat., 9 to 5 ' </ awW Shanks Oilers Rehm's Clothiers ' Lowt's Roofers Muehlhausen Logan Bowlmor Hawkins Stockyards Three games were Shanks Oflers, Rehm's and Lowe's. 600 Series—Guidso Scagnoli 600 (206,180,214); Sam Helvie 605 (197 210,198). 550 Series — C. Button 555, D Pollitt 556, 1. Raber 581, R. Green 552, P. Davis 572, I. Burrough 554 S. Kalb 559. .200 Games — C. Button 225, D Pollitt 210, .E. Raber 223,-A. Grus enmeyer 204, A. Brinkruff 202, P Davis 202, I. Bourrough 226, L Handschu 200, R. Green 236, S Kalb 205," P. Easterday 201, E Jasorka 203, W. Reitemeier 200 First- railroad passenger an freight station, in the Unite< States was'erected at Baltimore Md., in 1830.' 10ut Oi 10 Playing High School football In Indiana This fall INDIAiNAiPOLliS W — One high school boy in every ten is playing football in Indiana this fall, a school survey showed Saturday. Wilbur Young, state superintendent of public instruction, said the 180 schools with football' teams reported 10,337 boys on their squads, including 9,754 in the 160 schools where' Kidmant.football, is played. Others use teams of six or eight men. • Squads range from 200 at Bv- ansville Bosse to 22 at Jasoiwille, and the schools use as many as eight coaches. Young, who was once a' tackle on the Hanover College football team, said • 'Schools ar broadening participation and reaching a maximum number ' of' .players. •Over the years, I har/e seen a concerted effort on the part "of coaches and school administrators to make football a safer sport." Bob Keely. But, Quinn said, there will be a statement on' them "within the next two weeks." This was 'taken as an indication that some coaching changes might be in the works. There have been rumors that Ryan, for one, will not b e around next spring. He and Haney did not see eye during the last campaign. Root, a pitching great when he was with the Chicago Cubs,.is said to be thinking of retiring from the game. He is 58. H a n e y succeeded Charlie Grimm as manager of the Braves with the club in fifth' place on June 1/7, 1956. The team immediately ran off 11 consecutive victories and appeared to be a shoo in' for the pennant. A late season .fold-up cost them the 'flag by one game to Brooklyn. The Braves of '57 took over first place on- July 18 and never surrendered- it. Haney knew at the start it would .be a make or break season for him and that's the way he played It. Richmond Resumes Basketball Tourney .RiIOHMONiD, .Ind. 'UB—The City of Richmond college basketball tournament will be resumed Nov. 21H23 after a one year •.lapse. Guests of Earlhara College will be Taylor University, Indiana Central,,. Anderson, Transylvania, of Lexington, Ky., Rio Grande, Concordia of Indiana and Marion of •Indiana. JMcNeese State of Louisiana won the tourney -two years ago. defensive game of the season but was no match for-the five teams Oklahoma Coach Bud Wilkinson sent against them. Oklahoma, looking for its tenth straight big eight crown, wasted no time in scoring as it took the kickoff and: marched 52 yards. Thomas scooted over from the six and. quarterback Carl Dodd converted! Thomas led the game's rushing, chewing "up 120 yards in 15 tries. Kansas 00 00-^-0 Oklahoma 21 6 13-7-47 Oklahoma scoring; Touchdowns •^-Thomas (6, plunge); Baker 2 (4, plunge; 8, run); Rolle 2 (18, pass-run from 'Baker; 11, run); Carpenter (7, pass from Boyd); Sandefer .(5, end sweep). Conversions: Dodd 2, Baker 2, Boyd, Duke Explodes for fifthWin34To7 DURHAM, N.' C. .00 , - Fifth- ranked Duke, warming -up for next week's. game with unbeaten North Carolina State, exploded for 34 points in the first half and rolled to a 34-7 victory, over winless Wake Forest in an Atlantic Coast Conference football game Saturday, A crowd of 17,600 including 48 bands, saw the powerful Dukes unleash a savage'offense that produced 27 points in -the second period. Coach . Bill .Murray used his first-stringers only about eight minutes during the first half. 1 It was ^Duke's fifth consecutive win and' Wake Forest's fourth loss. WEST POINT, N.Y.- (SV-Army shook Pete Dawkins loose twice, in the final quarter Saturday and scored a smashing 29-13' victory over Pitt's Panthers in a game'. I that had been expected to settle, 'the unofficial eastern' football" championship. • ."'it was a stirring,. surprising finish to what had started out as a grind-it-out struggle with Pitt dominating the first.half. Army scored once in the third quarter, strictly on slashes through the line, to take a 13-5 llead. Then Dawkins-a junior from" Royal Oak, Mich., who started; out as a T quarterback, got loose .to take a 32-yard scoring pass from Dave Bourland -and to , set up a field goal by Maurice Hilliard with a 54 yard run. Those two plays broke up the ball game, but before it was over, Pitt scored again on a long pass from . Ivan Toncic to Dick Haley and gav e away another to- Army. ' Each team scored once in, the' first half. Army got a quick one- after an early break on a punt that touched a Pitt player. Pitt- matched it on a 37-yard Toncic to _ Dick Scherer pass .after pushing-' .the' Army line all over the field j but being stopped twice at the MK yard line. Pitt . 060 7—13- Army 607 16—29. | Pitt scoring — Touchdowns^Scherer (37, pass-run from Ton- cic); .Haley 053, pass-run from- Toncic). Conversions: Toncic. Army scoring — Touchdowns:, Anderson 2 (1, plunge; 1, plunge);. I Walters (2, run); Dawkins (32, pass-run' from Bourland), Conver-. sions: Walters. 2. Field 'goal: Hil-, liard (20). Tennessee Speeds Past 'Bumal 4-0 BIRMINGHAM, A3a. \R- Bobby^ Gordon's running and passing iiu the fina l Barter gave Tennessee a 14X) victory over arch rival- Alabama Saturday in a South-, eastern Conference football game.: Gordon' .parsed nine yards to end Tommy Potts for the first score with two' minutes gone in. the last: period. Six minutes later he turned his right end for four and the other • Vol touchdown. 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