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As was the case against Aurora Friday, the opposition Will have a much more impressive record but has not played as tough a schedule. The visitors boast a mark of five triumphs, two defeats and one tie. After losing their opener to Rushville 26-13 and bein? tied 6-6 by Madison, the Dogs won then- next four straight, stomping Edinburg 41-6, edging Aurora 7-6, whitewashing North Dearborn 28-0 and clipping Lawrenceburg 12-7. Then came a Spartans Sniffing Roses After 14-10 Win Over Purdue By United PreSs International Michigan State fans think the Rose Bowl is just a hop, step and jump away for their Spartans, who dumped Purdue out of the Pasadena picture 14-10 Saturday and took the Big Ten lead with a 4-0 conference record. Duffy Daugherty's powerhouse has only to dispose of Northwestern, Iowa and Indiana to clinch the New Year's Day game with the West Coast's best team. Iowa and Indiana are winless in league play, but Northwestern is 2-1. Purdue had Michigan State down 10-0 as the final period began, but the Spartans put Bob Apisa and Clinton Jones : to work for the victory. Apisa went about a foot for the first MSU score, then Jones raced eight yards for the go-ahead touchdown. The Spartans, whose defensive statistics lead the Big Ten, held Purdue ball-carriers to 33 yards in the second half, and limited Boilermaker quarterback Bob Griese to two completions in 10 tries after intermission. Purdue now stands 2-1 in league play. Dark Horse Minnesota remained unbeaten in conference play by nosing out, Michigan 14-13. The Gophers, now 3-0 and in second place, pushed quarterback John Hankinson into the end zone from a yard out in the fourth quarter to go ahead for good, 14-7. Michigan countered with quarterback Wally Gabler scoring minutes later, but failed on an attempted two-point conversion that would have meant a Wolverine triumph. Fullback Bob McKelvey carried Northwestern past Iowa, 9-0, setting a school record by packing the ball 35 times, most of them straight ahead shots. McKelvey, whose longest gain was nine yards, plunged one yard for the only Wildcat touchdown. Dean Dickie added a field goal. Ohio State exploded with 17 points in the second quarter for a 20-10 decision over Wisconsin. Will Sanders scored twice on short plunges and Bob Funk tallied a 19-yard field goal in the outburst. The Badgers and Buckeyes now have 2-1 Big Ten marks. In nonconference games, Illinois p ou n d ed Duke 28-14, prompting Coach Pete Elliott to say it was the mini's best game so far. Washington State edged Indiana 8-7 in the last ix seconds of play. Tied for Third Instead of being tied for the conference lead with Minnesota, Purdue found itself in a 4-way tie for third place as it prepared to invade Illinois. Indiana will be home to Iowa You can shop around call a meeting ^ up an active family enjoy a "newsy" chat ...all by telephone USE THIS FULL-TIME VALUE FOR ALL IT'S WORTH! Public Telephone Corp. and Notre Dame, 28-7 winner over Southern California with fullback Larry Conjar scoring all four touchdowns to tie an Irish school record, is home to Navy. Six-game winner Ball State, which spanked Butler, 22-7, for its fourth ICC triumph, can wrap it all up by winning at Indiana State Saturday, In other ICC games, DePauw is at Butler and Evansville at St. Joseph's. Indiana had Washington State licked when the Hoosiers intercepted a pass by Tom Roth in the IU endzone with 6 seconds to go. But Indiana was offside and on the next play Roth passed to Doug Flansburg for the touchdown. The Cougars then won the game with Roth passing for a 2-point conversion to Ammon Mc- Washington after the clock had run out. It was Washington State's third victory this season over a Big Ten club. 45-6 shellacking at the hands of unbeaten Brookville and last Tuesday the Batesville crew ran their Eastern Indiana Conference record to 4-0 with a 13-7 decision over Milan. Mutual foes with Greensburg have been Rushville and Aurora. The Pirates beat the Lions 27-7 but lost to Aurora last Friday by 20-6. In view of the locals' poor performance in the mud at Aurora, including two early fumbles that led to their downfall, Coach Bill Bless is hoping for a dry gridiron Tuesday as the Buccaneers are definitely, not good "mudders." Fullback Bill Tucker, who was kicked in the back on a third- quarter play at Aurora, is expected to be able to play but may not be quite up to par. He is the team's leading scorer and ground gainer. The Tree City eleven's main defensive chore will be to stop the Bull Dog's Billy Gardner, a fleet halfback who racked up three touchdowns against North Dearborn and counted both of Batesville's TDs against Lawrenceburg. Last year Greensburg outdistanced Batesville 33-14 but a much closer contest is anticipated this year. Grid Scores COLLEGE Notre Dame 28 Southern California 7 Michigan State 14 Purdue 10 Washington State 8 Indiana 7 Anderson 19 Manchester 13 Taylor 20 Hanover 6 Ball State 22 Butler 7 Indiana State 14 Evansville 0 St. Joseph's 15 Valparaiso 14 Earlham 14 Lake Forest 7 Rose Poly 20 Central Methodist 6 Wabash 14 Ohio Wesleyan 7 Camp LeJeune 30 DePauw 14 HIGH SCHOOL Hammond Morton 13 South Bend Riley 7 Hammond 20 East Chicago Washington 12 Hammond Gavit 32 River Forest 6 Hammond Clark 6 Hammond Tech 6 (tie) Gary Emerson 12 Valparaiso 12 (tie) Gary Roosevelt 13 Gary Froebel 13 (tie) Gary Wallace 34 Gary ToUeston 14 Hobart 13 Gary Andrean 6 Mishawaka 12 South Bend Central 6 East Gary 12 Lowell 6 Fort Wayne Luers 27 Fort Wayne Dwenger 2 Fort Wayne Snider 18 Berne 6 Defiance, Ohio, 20 New Have 8 St. John's Military 13 Culver Military 12 Evansville Harrison 33 New Albany 0 Evansville Mater Dei 13 Evansville 'Bosse 7 Evansville North 7 Bloomimgton 0 Indiana Central 29 Franklin 19 FINISHED SIXTH PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) — Sandra Spuzich, Indianapolis, Sunday fired a final-round 76 for a 298 total and sixth place in the $11,000 Thunderbird Ladies Open golf tournament The Hoosier lass colleoted $510 in prize money for the finish. She trailed winner Marlene Hagge by eight strokes. PAGE 2 Cfeensburt, (1ml.) Daily News, MonHay, Oct. 25,1965 in Pro Grid Results AFL Standings By United Press International Eastern Division W. L. T. Pet. Buffalo Houston New York Boston 610 .857 330 .500 0 5 1 .000 061 .000 Western Division W. L. T. Pet. San Diego 502 1.000 Oakland 4 2 1 .667 Kansas City 331 .500 Denver 3 4 0 .429 Sunday's Results Buffalo 31 Denver 13 Houston 38 Kansas City 36 Oakland 30 Boton 21 Sunday's Games Boston at San Diego Oakland at Kanas City Houston at Buffalo Denver at New York NFL Standings By United Press International Eastern Division W. L. T. Pet. Cleveland 5 1 0 .833 St. Louis 420 .667 New York 330 .500 Dallas 2 4 0 .333 Philadelphia 2 4 0 .333 Pittsburgh 1 5 0 .167 Washington 150 .167 Western Division W. L. T. Pet. Green Bay 600 1.000 Baltimore 5 1 0 .833 San Francisco 3 3 0 .500 Chicago 3 3 0 .500 Minnesota 330 .500 Detroit 330 .500 Los Angeles 150 .167 Sunday's Results Cleveland 38 New York 14 Green Bay 13 Dallas 3 Washington 24 St. Louis 20 Chicago 38 Detroit 10 Baltimore 35 Los Angeles 20 Pittsburgh 20 Philadelphia 14 Minnesota 42 San Francisco 41 Sunday's Games Baltimore at San Francisco Dallas at Pittsburgh Detroit at Los Angeles Green Bay at Chicago Minnesota at Cleveland Philadelphia at Washington St. Louis at New York Casper Wins Top *.., B * Sahara Meet By JAMES C. ANDERSON UPI Sports Writer LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) — Billy Casper is 50 pounds lighter than he used to be but his money belt was a lot heavier today as he headed toward the Almaden Open in Northern California after pocketing the $20,000 first prize money in the Sahara Invitational Golf Tournament here last' weekend. Casper, taking dead aim at a $100,000 year in pro golf, plans to play in both the Almaden at San Jose, Calif., this week and the Hawaiian Open Nov. 3-7 to nail down his best season since he turned professional in 1954. Counting his loot in the Sahara, the sllrnmed-dowr pro from Peacock Gap, Calif., already has won $96,771.90 this year; leads in the race for the coveted Vardon Trophy awarded the PGA pro with the lowest stroke average for the year; has posted five tournament wins in 1965 and 29 in his illustrious career. Bear Meat Diet Caper, slimmed ' down from 220 pounds to a svelte 170 on a diet of Buffalo, Elk and Bear meat, won the Sahara title despite a two-stroke penalty in the final round. He shot 66-66-68-69-269, fifteen under par at the Paradise Valley Country Club course and staved off a closing challenge from young Billy Martindale of Jacksonville, Tex., who burned the layout with a 63 for a 72- hole total of $272 and $12,000 for second 'place. Casper was cruising along on the front nine of the final round with a comfortable three-stroke lead over his nearest rival when he ran into trouble with the rule book. He hit a putt for a par four on the ninth hole' which hit the back of the cup, spun out and hung on the lip. Moving Ball Just as Casper appeared ready to hit the .ball for a bogey five, it dropped into the hole. Casper, who contended the ball was moving all the time, him- self asked for a ruling since the PiGA assesses a player a two- stroke penalty if he strikes a ball while it is moving but also penalize a pro two strokes if he lets a ball hang on the edge of the cup for more than "a few seconds." ' Acting tournament supervisor Steve Shabala finally decided Casper had taken too much time and penalized him two strokes. "I guess I was a little riled up," Casper admitted. He was so upset he went out and birdied the 10th, llth and 12th holes and threw in an -insurance birdie on 17 to dose •with 69 and beat out Martindale by three shots. Martindale, a 27-year-old comer, hit. the last 36 greens at the Sahara injre- gulation. Bobby Nichols of Midland, Tex., captured third money of $7,500 with a last-round 66 and a 273 total while Glover shared fourth money with another charger, Doug Sanders of Ojai, Calif. Glover closed with even par 71 while Sanders fired a 65. Each won- $4,650. 1 Aaron and Jack Nicklaus, golfs leading .money winner, picked up $3,600 each with 276s. Crampton ran into a water hazard on the final hole, made a double bogey six and finished at 277, good for $3,100. George Knudson Of Canada, a consistent money winner, came in with 279, worth $2,800. Record Crowd Sees Boilermakers Lose LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPI) Purdue dropped a painful 14-10 Big Ten football game to Michigan State Saturday but set an all-time Indiana attendance record in the process. The Ross-Ade Stadium crowd ing the previous record of near- was announced as 62,113, eclips- ly 62,000 at the Sept. 25 game here with Notre Dame. And Purdue quarterback Bob Griese, with 15 pass completions, moved to within two of single- season school record of 104 set by Dale Samuels in 1952. PRESSURE CHANGE BOSTON—At 18,000 feet the pressure of the atmosphere is said to be about one-half of the pressure at sea level. RESERVE DISTRICT No. 7 State No. 71-330 Report of Condition of EX-PLAYER DIES SCRANTON, Pa. (UPI) — Funeral services will be Tuesday at St. Luke's Episcopal Church for Charles H. Shorten, 73, a former outfielder for the Boston Red Sox, whn died at tiis home Saturday A former teammate of Babe Ruth, Shorten batted .571 in the 1916 World Series and compiled a lifetime satting average of .275. He will be , buried in Abington Hills Cemetery. FREE COLOR FILM THAT'S RIGHT Bring your.exposed rolls of Kodak Color Film CX127, CX120, CX620 and CX126 fo us for expert Developing and Printing and we will give you — ABSOLUTELY FREE A new Fresh Roll of Kodak Color Film of the same size at the lime you bring in the exposed Color Film for Processing and Printing. BATTERTON'S West Side Druq Store — Union Rank & Trust Company of Greensburg Decatur County, Indiana, 47240, a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of business on October 13, 1965, published in accordance with a call made by the Federal Reserve Bank of this district pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act. ASSETS ND ROUTS USC — Notre Dame fullback Larry Conjar finds running room in the center of Southern California's line and goes over for the first of his four touchdowns as Notre Dame routs USC 28-7 in South Bend Saturday before a rain-soaked crowd of 59,000. .Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process^ of collection United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed Obligations of States and political subdivisions Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including $10,000.00 securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U. S.I Corporate stocks (including $45,000.00 ^'stock of Federal Reserve Bank) Loans and discounts (including $3,046.21 overdrafts) Bank premises owned $544,151.00, furniture and fixtures $146,631.37 : (Bank premises owned are subject to $ None .liens not assumed by bank). Real estate owned other than bank premises Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate '. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding : Other assets $ 3,467,226.04 4,984,013.96 1,425,272.43 824,146.97 45,000.00 12,823,866.13 690,782.37 None None None 25,479.24 TOTAL ASSETS $24,285,787.14 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $10,463,744.52 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and .corporations '. 9,137,232.99 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 130,366.56 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,967,164.32 Deposits of banks .-. None Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 74,360.03 TOTAL DEPOSITS $21,772,898.42 (a) Total demand deposits $12,010,865.43 (b) Total time deposits $9,762,032.99 Mortgages or other liens, $ None on bank premises and $ None on other real estate None Rediscounts, and other liabilities for borrowed money None Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding , None Other liabilities 486,730.90 TOTAL LIABILITIES $22,259,629.32 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value .$750,000.00 (b) Preferred stock, total par value $ None (Total retirable value $None $ 750,000.00 (c) Capital notes and debentures $ None Surplus .'. 750,000.00 Undivided profits 437,554.73 Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital).... 88,603.09 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS : $2,026,157.82 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS....$24,285,887.14 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes $ 1,017,500.00 fa) Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserves of : 74,153.07 (b) Securities as shown above are after deduction of valuation reserves of — None I, Dale Ortman, Auditor, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. DALE ORTMAN. Auditor. We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge arid belief is true and correct. L. C. SEFTON, W. HUNTER ROBBINS, IRVEN CORYA, .... Directors. D—Oct. 25 Saturday's Grid Games INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Saturday's Indiana college football games: Iowa at Indiana, Purdue at Illinois, Navy at Notre Dame, Ball State at Indiana State, De- Pauw at Butler, Evansville at St. Joseph's, Taylor at Franklin, Indiana Central at Anderson, Hanover at Wabash, Washington of St. Louis at Valparaiso, Wilmington at Earlham, Manchester ;>t Bluff ton, Rose Poly at Principia. NEW RECORD MOSCOW (UPI) — Olympic Gold Medalist Irina Press •clocked 10.3 seconds to set a world record in the 80-meter hurdles at the Soviet Union championships, the Soviet News Agency Tass reported Sunday. BALL STATE UNDEFEATED NEW YORK (UPI) — BaH State University at Muncie, Ind., today remained among the 28 college football teams in the nation with perfect records. The Cardinals have rolled to six straight victories, amassing 171 points to their opponents 83. For Society — 663-3111. (ADVERTISEMENT) MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches arid pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lum-' bago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. BEESON'S REXALL DRUG STORE And all drug counters. PUMPKIN PROBLEM? It's jack-o-lantern time! If white candle wax drips on table linens, remove surface wax with dull knife. 'Then place" stained 'area between 1 clean white blotters and apply hot iron. Shift to clean area of blotters as wax is absorbed. If candle wax is colored, sponge the spot with dry cleaning fluid, and use diluted household bleach. For colored articles (except acetate), use one part alcohol and two parts water. Soak, wash and rinse. WINTER REPEAT? Let's hope we don't have a repeat of last year's severe . weather! Just in case, better be prepared with flameless electric heating. Keeps your family comfortable—whatever the weather! Costs less than ever before. See us or your electric heating contractor, and see for yourself! HISTORY REBUILT History is coming alive in New Albany, thanks to Historic New Albany, Inc. Archf- tectural gems of the past, such as the Culbertson Mansion shown, are being restored in this Ohio River con/nunity. Visitors may now tour this shovvplace. It was built about one hundred years ago at a cost of $120,000. SHAVING STATISTIC Did you know the average man shaves 16,000 times during his lifetime? Electricity makes shaving a cinch 'just as it helps the woman of the house with the chores everyday. We all use so much electricity in so many ways! Good thing it now .costs less per kilowatt hour than ever before! | He who hesitates is not only lost, he's miles from j | the next freeway exit. I • < < ^^ J 1 1L I _ I TIM 1 I II J MILJ •..! mil !•• Ill" ^ FALL FRESHENER Get rid of that mothproofing odor from clothing taken out of storage. Tumble clothing in your flameless electric dryer. An electric dryer does so many things for you! Saves you worry about the weather. Saves you money, too! You save up to $60 when you select an electric dryer. See your appliance dealer today! HALLOWEEN GLAZED SOUR CREAM DOUGHNUTS 375° preheated electric deep fat fryer 3 eggs 1 1 A cups sugar 1 cup dairy sour cream 4-4% cups sifted regular all- purpose flour 2 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. baking soda 1 /2 Isp. nutmeg % tsp. salt 1 recipe Glaze* , Makes 2Vz-3 dozen doughnuts Beat together eggs and sugar until thick and lemon colored. Blend in sour cream. Sift together flour, baking powder, baking soda, nutmeg and salt; gradually add to first mixture. Let stand IS minutes. On well-floured board, roll to 3 /2-inch thickness; cut with doughnut cutter. Let stand 15 minutes. Drop into deep fat; brown on one side, then turn and brown on other side. Drain on absorbent toweling. While still hot, dip into glaze and place on wire rack to cool. *GLAZE: Combine iVz cups confectioners sugar and 6 tbsp. water and stir until smooth. Share your ideas and recipes. Send them to: Keeping Current, 1000 East Main Street, Plainfield, Indiana, PUBLIC '.SERVICE INDIANA

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