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Bowling News Parkside Lanes Friday Morning Industrial League W Batesville Casket Co. 13 Bohn Spares 10 Bohn Mets Bohn Strikers Delta Daylighters Rafco High, series: Bob Moore, 550: Fran Laudick, 529; and Ron McCracken, 511. High games: Bob Moore, 214: Steve Konzelman, 192 (twice); and Fran Laudick, 188. 10 7 6 2 Parkside Lanes Friday Night Early Mixed League W L Buells Four 11 4 Greensburg Locker 10 5 Cabin Club 9 6 Gambles 9 6 Team No. 5 87 Klene Pipe 8 7 American State Ins. 8 7 Wonder Bread 7% 7V 2 Kams Katers 7 8 Hamilton Service Co. 5% 9% Four-On-The-Floor 4 11 Lowe's Pellet and Gr. 3 12 Men's high series: Don Martin, 623; Paul Wolter, 577; and Don Wilhoit, 574. Men's high games: Don Martin, 264; Ray Klene, 231; Paul Wolter, 216; and Don Wilhoit, 209. Women's high series: Thelma Hungerford, 485; Mildred Laws, 481. Women's high games: Thelma Hungerford, 182; Betty Ralston. 180; Karen Hartwell, 177. Don Martin's 264 game entitled him to be a member of the 250 Club. He will receive a shirt for the achievement. 30 IN MONTANA NEW YORK (UPI) — The highest temperature reported to the' U. S. Weather Bureau Friday, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 100 degrees at Palm Springs, Calif. The lowest temperature reported today was 30 degrees at Butte, Mont., and Malad City, Idaho. Nicklaus, Lema Are 15 Behind MADRID (UPI)— South Africa's Gary Player and Harold Henning took an imposing eight-stroke lead into the third round of the Canada 'Cup golf matches today with favored Jack Nicklaus and Tony Lema of the defending United States team 15 strokes behind. Player and Henning each carded a three-under-par 69 Friday in the rain-splattered second round to give South Africa an aggregate score of 280 midway in the 72-hole tournament. Nicklaus fired an even-par 72 but his partner, Lema soared to his second straight 76, dropping the U.S. into fifth place in the team standings at 295. Tucker, Boyd Are Linemen of Week Co-winners of the local Lineman of the Week award were made for a second straight time following the Pirates' 27-12 victory over Connersville Friday night. Bill Tucker, 175-pound junior linebacker, was named for the second consecutive week arid Steve Boyd, a 195-pound sophomore tackle, is the other co-recipient. They will share wearing of the Lineman of the Week belt sponsored by the Grdensburg Jaycees. Besides turning in a stellar performance backing up the line, Tucker, who plays fullback on offense, set up and scored two touchdowfls in the final quarter. Boyd was cited for his interior line play after being pressed into nearly full-time duty after regular tackle Jim Klene missed the bus to Connersville and did not play Friday night. Besides making several vital tackles and opening holes for the ball carrier Boyd recovered a fumble on the local 31 yard line that halted an early Spartan drive. 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MAIN Season's First Victory-^ Pirates Explode In to Bury Spartans, 27-12 By DON AUSTIN The local high school football team scored its first victory of the season in highly convincing fashion Friday night at Connersville, exploding. for three touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pull away from the win- le'ss Spartans, 27-12. With Greensburg leading by a scant 7-6. margin going into the last 12 minutes, hard-charging fullback Bill Tucker literally "ran wild" against the hapless hosts, scoring two touchdowns seemingly almost single-handed \vithin the space of four minute's. He carried for 25 yards in three plays for.the.first TD and then came right back with runs of eight and 37 yards for the second one. But actually his feats—inspiring as they were—were far from single-handed as they were made possible, by some fine offensive line play that opened the holes for him arid cleared the way. As Coach BiH Bless said after the game, "All the boys played a real good game," although Tucker was definitely the standout. The well - deserved, morale boosting triumph in the South Central Conference affair snapped-a four-game losing streak that had seen the Pirates edged out in each of then- previous -encounters, three of them league tilts. Connersville now .has only a 6-6 tie with Rushville last Friday to show for five outings, including four SCC matches. A good local crowd of more than 300 was on hand in the cool crisp weather, counting the Greensburg High. School band that performed at the halftone intermission before the Connersville band took the field. First Quarter The -Pirates assumed a 7-0 lead on the last play of the first quarter when speedster Danny Jones returned a Spartan punt 68 yards to the endzone behind excellent downfield blocking. It was a play much like halfback Larry McCamment's 78-yard kickoff_ return , against Shelby- Vflle last week as ;Jones hesitated momentarily after taking the kick at his own 32 and then scooted down the sidelines to pay dirt. He followed his interference nicely arid cut back inside at the Connersville 20 to avoid the last defenders between him and the goal. The versatile Jones also added the extra point with a near-perfect placekick, his 10th successful conversion hi 11 attempts this year. The Buccaneers, displaying a much improved defense for the second straight game, then came up with a fine goal line stand at the end of the first half to protect the lead. The Spartans controlled the ball for all but four plays of the second period and marched from their own 21 .to within one foot of the Greensburg goal before being stopped. This drive saw hard-running halfback Ron Thompson pick up 32 yards after a deceptive handoff and quarterback Jim Goble complete a long pass to halfback Larry Sturgeon that produced a first down on the six. Two running plays moved the ball to the orie, but then Goble was stopped for no gain and Thompson got only to the one- foot . marker on a fourth down plunge. Spartans Score However, the defensive unit fell down and permitted a Connersville score as the second half got underway. The Spartans received the kickoff and after a 20-yard pass play netted a first on the local 40 Thompson scampered around his left end for the touchdown. But Gbble's attempted placekick for the PAT was blocked by three or four charging Buc linemen and Greensburg still led, 7-6. Guard Pat McCarty recovered a fumble for the Blessmen a little later but the offense couldn't get moving and Alan Goddard put the hosts in a hole with a good punt to their 13. As the third round came to an end Jones returned a punt from the 20 to the midfield stripe. A 30-yard Goddard punt and a 15-yard penalty on the Spartans dropped them back to their 10 and Bob Barker partially deflected a punt, Greensburg taking possession on the 25. Tucker took over then, in a big way. Taking advantage of an ap- parerit weak spot in the middle of.the Connersville line, he first charged 13 yards to the 12 and then put the ball over the double stripe with two, successive six- yard carries. Jones added the point and it was 14-6 with 6:47 to play. — Daily News Photo. FIRST TOUCHDOWN—Local halfback Danny Jones is pictured crossing the goal line on last play of first quarter, away but in front of Connersville pursuers, after his spectacular 68-yard punt return. At right, end Bob Lay throws an "unneeded" block into a Spartan player. — Daily News Photo. PLACEKICK FOR EXTRA POINT — Camera catches ball about to sail over the crossbar for first of three successful conversion attempts by Greensburg's Danny Jones in Pirates 27-12 decision at Connersville Friday night. Following the ensuing kickoff, halfback McCamment picked off a Spartan aerial at midfield and Tucker promptly chalked up another TD, which put the game out of Connersville's reach. After an eight-yard pickup, Tucker took a handoff, spun away at the line of scrimmage 'and shook off a couple more would-be tacklers with a courageous "second effort" that enabled him to race 37 yards to the endzone. Jones' kick was again good, making it 21-6. The Pirates weren't through y,et though. After the Spartans lost the ball on downs at the local 47 on the next series, Tucker made 'eight up the middle and McCamment took the ball after a fake handoff to Tucker and swept "right end for a 45-yard touchdown run. The kick for point was off to the right this time but the Scoreboard read 27-6. The losers did come back with a "face-saving" TD, but the issue had long since been decided. A 51-yard pass from Goble to end John Adams and a 15- yard penalty against Greensburg gave them a first down on the 28. A pass interference penalty moved it to the 14, from where Goble tossed to Adams for the touchdown. The PAT kick was again blocked. The Spartans gained possession again on a fumble at their 30 and Goble continued to pass successfully to 1 Adams, moving the ball to the local 24 before time ran out. Pass Very Little For the second straight game quarterback George Lanning elected not to throw .the hall since, the ground attack was functioning adequately. He passed only three times, com- __ pleting "one for five yards. Con- STATISTICAL SUMMARY Gbg Cvl 3 12 307 389 164 130 5 169 First Downs ' Total Net Yardage From Rushing From Passing On Interceptions On Kickoff Returns On Punt Returns Passes Attempted Passes Completed Intercepted by Fumbles Fumbles Lost Ave. Yards on Punts .Yards Penalized 5 5 35 85 0 22 9 98 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 2 26 24 45 40 nersville, on the other hand, filled the air with 22 passes, .of which nine were completed for a total of 169 yards. The Pirates had the edge in rushing. 164 yards.to 130, with 144 of them coming in the second half, mostly on Tucker's fourth-quarter. performance. Oddly -enough, Greensburg garnered only three first downs to the Spartans' 12 but the BUGS' had 98 yards on punt returns, including the one for a touchdown, to zero yards on punt returns for the hosts. The.long run, which.was,the locals' nemesis in earlier games, proved to be their best friend Friday night, and made the difference in the contest. Greensburg players: Quarterback, George Lanning; halfbacks, Danny Jones, Larry Mc- Camment, Bob Barker, Alan Godard, Mike See, Phil Shutters; fullback, Bill Tucker; ends, Bob Lay, Bruce Baldwin, Daryl Smith, Mike Dodds; tackles, Tom Ogden, Ed Parker, Steve Boyd, Steve Chitwood; guards, Rick Phillips, Pat McCarty, Roger See,: Dave Riedeman, Rodney King; centers, Frank Hamilton, Ted Thornburg. Connersviile starters: Ends, John Adams, Bob Myers; tackles, Jed Eickhoff, Gene Cornwell; guards, Dave Bever, Keith Bostic; center, Mike Marcum; quarterback, Jim Goble; halfbacks, Larry Sturgeon, Ron Thompson; fullback, Greg Ellis. HUMPHREY AILS CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI) — Former Secretary of the Treasury George Humphrey was in "good condition" Friday at Lakeside Hospital, where he was rushed Tuesday night for what was termed a "check-up." 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Ihfr Newi..Sitof*nf, Oct. 2,1965 Grid Scores INDIANA FOOTBALL By United Press international HIlGH SCHOOL South Bend Riley 20' South Bend . .Clay 6 Kokbino 39 Logansport 0 indianapolis Manual 26 Indianapolis "Shoffridge 25 Evan's'ville BbsSe 14 Evansville North 14 (tie) jSputh.Bend St. Joseph's 19 La- .pbrte 14 FraEklin 38 Rushville 7 Coluin&us 34 SheHbyville 0 Vlaripn 14 Huntington 13 Seymour 26 Mkrtinsville 7 Anderson 16 Richmond .0 Madison Heights 21 Elwood 3 Qwensibpro,' Ky., Senior 37 Tell City 13 Greenwood 26 Speedway 13 Greenfield. 7 Alexandria 0 North Central 33 Ben Davis 25 Svansville Harrison 23 Evansville .Central 6 Greensburg 27 Connersville 12 Jasper 7 Bobnyille 0 Gafrett 27 £nfola 0' Bedford 41 Washington 0 jawrence Central 41 Beech Grove, 0 . Terry Haute Wiley 33 Vincennes • 7 , ' - North Khbx 26 Castle 20 • „ , West Lafayette 34 Twin Lakes 12 Lafayette 20 Frankfort 0 - • tary Wallade 6 Gary Emerson 0 Calumet 25.Gary Edison 12 Gary Wirt 12 Portage 2 Valparaiso 30 Chesterton 19 MerriUVilie 12 Lowell 0 . River Forest 13 East Gary 0 Hobart 7 Michigan City 6 Djyer 13 Crown Point 0 Hammond Clark 20 Highland 0 Hamniond Tech 14 Hanimorid 6 Sast Chicago Washington 6 Hammond Noll 0 West Vigo 20 Brazil 19 Clinton 14 Terre Haute Garfield 7 . Huntirigburg 27 Bugger 12 Sullivan 14 Tefre Haute Gerstmeyer 13 . Greencastle 12 Plainfield 6 Mount Vernon 14 Princeton 0 Bremen 6 Warsaw 0 Goshen 20 Penn 0 Walkerton 19 LaVille 0 South Bend Washington 23 Mishawaka 7 Elkhart 14 Fort Wayne Central 0 Decatur Central 38 Pike 18 Rolling Prairie 7 North Judson 6 • • •. • i Nappanee 13 New .Carisle 0 Rochester 39 Northfield 0 Whites 26 Indiana Deaf School 0 Plymouth 19 'Wabash 6 Concord 13 Auburn 12 Depatur 12 Bluffton 0 Berne 12 Payne, Ohio 12 Rensselaer 53. North. White 0 .. Fort Wayne Concordia 7 New Haven 7 (tie), Coluiwbia, City .e.^Kendallville 0 Mississinewa 53 Portland 7 Fort Wayne Elmhurst 0 Fort Wayne Liiers 0 (tie) Indianapolis Washington 26 Indianapolis Seecina 22 Indianapolis Chartrand 19 Franklin Central 0 .'..;.Muncie Central-14 Indianapolis Cathedral 0 Indianapolis Attacks 27 Indianapolis Arlington 13 Indianapolis N o'r t h w e s t 31 Sputhport 6 Indianapolis Tech 13 Warren Central 0 , , Indianapolis Howe 6 Indianapolis Ripple 0 Muncie South 25 Tipton 0 Peru 34 Hartford City 0 'Leb'anon 27 Crawfordsville 12 Aurora 26 Madison 7 Andersmh Highland 19 Hagerstown 7 Attica 21 Klondike 6 Broofcville 53 Lawrenceburg 0 Paoli 20 Brbwhstown 0 Clinton Central 25 Sheridan 0 Mitchell 40 Corydon >7 Delphi 42 Southwestern 0 Springs Valley 14 Salem 6 JERSEY BLUE • TRENTON, N. J.-(UPI — New Jersey's official state colors were established Friday as buff and "Jersey" blue in legislation signed by Gov. Richard J. Hughes. 1 '•;. -f' ;i j';; The- box of suits we opened looked just like you. It's funny ... but it's tape and any clothing man will tell you that when new shipments arrive, some suits are immediately labeled for certain customers . . . they are definitely theirs. It's a habit with us to know m advance what men are going to go fdr'inost. Start stopping in each day so you won't miss the suit that was designed for YOU The Don Richards start at $49,50 A public service column about Property, Casualty and Auto Insurant* By Maurice Moeller Decatur Insurance Agency, Inc. FIRE PREVENTION WEEK OCT. 3-9 Each day, more .than 1,000 American honjes are 'struck : tiy fire And during 1964, fire losses in the United States amounted to $1.4 billion, the eighth consecutive year that losses topped the billion mark. ' . •. These appalling figures can. only be reduced if we all pay increased attention to fire prevention. Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 3 through 9_ offers, a perfect opportunity for us to rejuvenate our fire safety efforts. The American Insurance Association suggests the following measures to help make "your home fire-safe. 1 Inspect your basement .and attic and remove, accumulations of old newspapers, old furniture and other combustibles. 2. Have your heating plant inspected by a qualified serviceman. ; - -.-..*.... 3. Always v use a screen in front of your fireplace. 4. Check electrical appliance and light cords for fraying. , 5. Never burn leaves or other materials outdoors on a windy day. ; : 6. 'Always use an incinerator. This column win be glad to answer questions you may have about property or casualty insurance. Send them to DECATUR INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. 2nd Floor Decohir County National Bank * -SOLICITORS — CHARLES LOWE JAMES DOERFLINGER

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