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NU-SoDak Lineups Äoulh Dakota (1*0) (0*0) Nebraska No. Name Wt, Ht. Cl. Pos. CI. Ht. Wt. Name No. So LE 70 Dave Baade 205 6- 2 So LE Jr Sr 75 R o n Resler 225 6- 0 Jr LT Jr fil Jim Miller .. 210 6-2 Jr LG Sr 51 Jim Fox ... 205 6- 1 So C Sr 64 Ron Wehde 230 6 1 Jr RG Sr 72 Tom Cotton 215 6-1 Jr RT Jr 20 Roger Smith 185 5-10« 2 Jr RE Jr 12 F. Gephart 180 5- 9 Sr QB Jr 36 G. Weaver 162 5- 9 Jr LH Sr XI L. Hultgren 190 5-11 So RH Sr 46.1 Hageman 200 5-11 Jr FB Sr 6- 5 6- 1 6- Vi 6- 1 218 . 5-11H 228 . 6-0 210.. 6* 3 234 .., 6* 24 22,1 „ 5-10 186 .. 6- 2 191 K. 219 Freeman White 85 201 Chuck Docpke 82 222 John Strohmyer 74 John Dervin 66 Lyle Sitfler 52 Ron Griesse 65 Walt Barnes 77 Tony Jeter 84 Fred Duda 10 McCloughan 32 5-11 181 ........ Bob Hohn 18 5-11 205 , Joe McNulty 41 Average weight: Line South Dakota 211. Nebraska 221: Backs — South Dakota 183, Nebraska 191; Team — South Dakota 201, Nebraska 210. No. Name 82 S. Nord ... 74 T. Cochran 63 G. Osthus Wt. 195 245 200 50 Dick Lennon 210 68 P. Chamb'rs 210 76 .1*0' Melcher 225 21 F.rik Wit ... 180 11 Jim Nixon .. 190 30 Jerry Hauck 185 28 T. Berry ... 185 41 M. Lessman 200 Ht. 6 - 3 6 - 2 5-1! 6 - 1 6 - 0 6-1', 5-11 6 - 0 5-11 5-11 6 - 0 Alternates a. Pos. Cl. Jr LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LH RH FB So So Jr So Si) So So Jr Jr Jr So Jr Jr Jr So So Jr So Jr So Sr Ht. Wt. Name No. 6- 3 217 ., Mike Grace 81 6- l'a 235 Dennis Carlson 78 5-9 214 ... M. Kennedy 69 6- 0 237 Duncan Drum 55 6-2 211 Lynn Senkbeil 63 6- 2 256 R. Czap 70 5-104 187 . Larry Casey 89 5-11 176 Bob Churchich 15 5-10 187 . Bill Johnson 28 6- 1 194 Kaye Carstens 21 6- 04 204 .. Bruce Smith 43 Soturday, Sept. 19, 1964 The linroln Slur 1^ Wesleyan Grid Roster Sports 14 LNE Grads . . •. LEBSACK TO MAKE BID AT QUARTERBACK By TOM m:\DFRSON Star Sports Writer Nebraska Wesleyan fans from the northeast section of Lincoln will see plenty of familiar faces on the field this five more competed for the Koekcts In other years. Gary Steinke attended the school but didn't compete in football there. Included among the formet year with 14 Northeast High ¡LNE gridders now bidding for School graduates listed on the a Wesleyan starting berth is Plainsman roster. Dave I/Obsack the 1962 Sun Eight were members of the day Journal and Star Player unbeaten State Championship of the Year and quarterback Northeast squad of 1962 while for the Rocket champs. Lebsaek will be making his first appearance in a Plainsman uniform Saturday night when XWl’ traveli to Fremont to meet Midland College in search of its sixth consecutive victory, the longest by a- Plainsman team since 1952. Lebsaek played two years at the University of Nebraska but found himself sitting behind All-Big Eight quarterback Dennis Claridge. now with the Green Bay Packers, and Fred Duda. this year’s Husker signal-caller. Lebsaek will be used behind veteran NWU quarterback form and running with t h e second unit when the battle lines are drawn in the Midland clash. Peterson will also be making his Wesleyan debut after a detour to Kansas University j we’ll do where he played basketball. got Mike Mike Slat insky by coach Ray Westover Saturday night. Both Lebsaek and Peterson quarterback and End Skip Peterson Leb- voice optimism over Nobras- they're about sack’s fa\orite receiver at ka Weslcyan's football future, around. Northeast, will also be in uni-¡"i don't know what the oppo* si!ion looks like.” comments Lebsaek.” But by the looks of the team and the w a y we’ve played. I think we've got a pretty good chance.” Peterson stated. "I think nil right. We’ve and Dave playing I think the best Kickoff — 2 p.m. Memorial Stadium, Lincoln. Broadrasts —- NU Sports Network; KFAB, Omaha; KFOR, Lin- Nebraska 10 Duda 32 Tucker 14 Weber 15 Churchich 18 Hohn 19 Earl 20 Kirkland 21 Carstens 22 Smidt 25 Thorell 26 Poggomcycr 27 Wright 28 Johnson 31 Wilson .32 McCloughan 33 Paschall .34 Pappas 36 Wachholtz 40 Brunk 41 McNulty 43 Smith 45 Solich 46 Yactor 47 Weinman 48 Tatman 49 Worley 56 Narish 57 Grell 59 Osbcrg 61 Kudrna 62 Colnian 63 Senkbeil 64 Shoda 65 Griesse 66 Dervin 67 Allers 68 McGinn 69 Kennedy 70 Czap 71 Wilks 72 Stith 73 Brown 74 Strohmyer 75 Kramer 76 Rrichacck 77 Barnes 78 Carlson 79 Hansen 80 Coleman 81 Grace 82 Doepke 83 Smith 84 Jeter 50 Tuthill 85 White 51 Schaefer 86 Koinzan 52 Sittler 87 Haug 53 Hill 88 Love 34 Petersen 89 Casey 55 Drum South Dakota 11 Nixon60 Hardy 12 Gephart61 Miller 13 Hettinger62 Marbach 20 Smith 63 Osthus 21 Wit64 Wehde 22 Kncifl 65 Myers 23 Hultgren 68 Chamber* 25 Abbott69 Cahoon 28 Berry 70 Baade 30 Hauck71 Tracy 31 Morgan72 Cotton 36 Weaver 74 Cochran 37 Boeding75 Rosier 40 Merkley 76 Melcher 41 Lessman HO Gale 42 Stukcl 81 Griffin 46 Hageman 82 Nord 50 Lennon 83 Hopkins 51 Fox85 Bolster —HASTINGS ROUTED— Jackson, Beechner Pep Links' Victory Hastings — Lincoln High combined the f*ncy-dan running of Henry Jackson and »Sam Beechncr’s pin-p o i n t passing to crush Hastings, 42-0. The Links. racing to their necond straight victory, piled up 406 yards, against the helpless Tigers. Of this, 324 came on the grund, and another 82 by virtue of seven completions in 10 passing attempts. Beechner clicked on six of these in seven tries for 73 yards and two touchdowns. Jackson rambled for 162 yards in 16 carries, scoring three times on trips of six, 18. and 43 yards. He had help from Charles Garrett. Jim Riggins, and reserves Charles King and Linnic TeSelle, but Jackson was the big show. The Links scored the first I Jackson again swept around I end from 18 yards out for a ! touchdown. He got another ! just two minutes later, returning a Hastings punt 42 i yards to the Tiger 43. then spinning all the way on the ; next play. Lincoln High’s fifth score I came early in the fourth quarter when Kent Radke picked up a fumble by Charles Williams of Hastings on the 12 and carried it to the Tiger two. Beechner fumbled the ball back to the six, but immediately hit Radke all alone in the end zone for the six points. The final score came on an e I g h t-play, 44-yard drive, Dave Will running the final 110 . Hastings which netted only ¡44 yards on the ground and LNE COOLS TIGERS TO UP STRING TO 14 Bobbles Costly To Invading ÍT Other members of the 62 Northeast squad playing for the Plainsmen this year are starting halfback Gary Much!* hausen, Mick Pierce and Ron Fox who will start in lino spots. Jack Handa, Alan Kggcr, and Brad Paulson complete ¡the list. Paulson, although attending NWU, did not compete in 1962. Co-captain and llnebaeker John Kerrey leads the rest of the Northeast contingent on the Plainsman roster. Also In­ eluded are Terry Monk, Gene Smith. Claude Mingrove, and Bob Parker. Coach Wes to ve i will throw a veteran offensive unit at Midland in Weslcvan s 1964 opener. A forward wall averaging 213 pounds from tackle to ¡tackle includes Sam Cowan The Lincoln Northeast Rocket football team proved and Bob Olson, a pair of 260- the master of opportunism again Friday night .pound giants along with And the result was a 14*0 triumph over v isiting Fremont p i e r c e (220) Ron at fi.acrest Ficld- i (215), and Fox’ I he vectors was No. 14 in a row tor coach Bauer's crew. ft was the second straight this year which were tagged on to a perfect 9-0 mark made in 1963 plus three wins dating back to 1962. , with a 20-0 win over Southeast. Omaha Beveridge will visit Lincoln next Saturday for an encounter with the rambling Rockets at Seaerest Field, Campbell, Dewev and Daryl1 Schuckman sparked N o r t h-| east s offensive corps Friday night while Tom Harris' proved his alertness on de-! fense. Harris got two unassisted fumble recoveries and shared another with Schuckman. 14-0 VICTORY STAFF PHOTO BY WEB R\Y PASS KILLER . . . LNE defender Dennis Knudtson (76) leaps high into the air to bat down pass from Tiger Wayne Weber. Other Rocket is Rod Dewey (33). Yanks Maintain Lead In AL With 6-0 Shut Out Of KC . . . PHILS SKID, 4-3 By United Press Internalioal The New York Yankees parlayed W h i t e v Ford’s steady pitching and the wildness of Kansas City starter Bob Meyer into a 6-0 victory over t h e Athletics Friday Mickey Mantle’s infield out. Elston Howard’s seventh inning single to right scored Roger Repoz, running for Mantle, with the final run. | Mantle had doubled. The Baltimore Orioles re- night to maintain their slim mained hard on the Yan- time they got the ball, al- non<? through the air. got into though it took them 12 plays to grind out 77 yards. Beeeh- ncr ate up the final 26 with a touchdown pass to Frank Brill. After that they came a lit- Lincoln territory only twice and never seriously threatened. It was the second straight defeat for the Tigers. Lincoln ]4 14 0 14 »2 Hauling« ooooo Lincoln—Jackann (3), «-yd run 18-yd. lead in the tight League pennant , , . , i run. 43-yd. run. Brill. pa*s to Bccchncr, tl easier. A fumble recovery j s*y«i* Radke. p**s from bcc hncr. hv Dick Marshall on the Hastings 14 set up the second touchdown. Riggins took it to the six. and Jackson danced around right end for the score. Late in the second quarter, 6-yds.. W'ilJ, 10 -yd. run: 1 4 ». Bwchner. King. PAT-Bauer. Statistics Baseball Standings American Won Lost Pet. Behind New York .... 87 50 5% Baltimore .............. 89 61 .593 Chicago ................... 88 62 . 58^ I Detroit ................ 77 <2 .51, 11 ? Cleveland ............... "5 7- .510 u 1 Los Angeles .......... 76 ,5 ,503 13Mt Minnesota — 74 <5 .49^ 14 a Boston 67 83 .44ji -2 Washington 58 92 .38, 31 Kansas Cit.v 54 94 .365 34 FRIDAY S RESCLTS New York 6. Kansas City 2 Baltimore 10. Los Angeles 8 Boston 7. Minnesota 6 Washington 5. Chicago 4 Cleveland 3. Detroit 1 Saturday's Games Los Angeles (Chance 19-7) at Baltimore (Bertaina 1-0» . night Washington (Daniels 710 or Stenhouse 27 > at Chicago «Horlen 11-8) Kansas City (Meyer 2-5» at New \oik (Downing 12-8) „ , Minnesota (Grant 13-10» at Boston (Wtl- aon 11-11) . . , Cleveland (Siebert 7-6) at Detroit (Wick- *r»ham 18-11) LHS Firgt aowns ............................ 20 Rushing .......................... 324 Passing ................................ 32 Passes . . ... 7-10 Passes intercepted by . 0 Punts 1-45 Fumbles lost t Yards penalized 90 Hastings 4 44 0 1-5 I «-27.« 3 20 Dozier Now Member Of Racing Directors New York <2P)—J. C. Bud Dozier, president of the Centennial Turf Club of Littleton, Colo., was named a member of the Board of Directors of the Thoroughbred Racing Associations Friday. Dozier succeeds the late Edward T. Springer of Raton, N.M. first-place American race. Ford. 15-6, walked one. fanned four and yielded seven hits iu posting his first shutout since July 15. It tied a Yankee club record of eight shutouts for one season set by Russ Ford in 1910. The Yankees scored four times in the second inning after two were out. Meyer walked three consecutive batters to load the bases and Tony Kubek promptly cleared them when he cracked a triple to left. The A’s left-hander then heaved a wild pitch over the catcher’s head and Kubek scored. The fifth Yankee run came in the fourth inning at the expense of Kansas City reliever Jose Santiago. Ford opened with a walk and moved to second on Bobby Richardson's infield single. They both moved up when Roger Maris drew a pass and Ford scored on kees' heels bv scoring a 10-8 victory over the I,os Angeles Angels. Jerry Adair snapped an 8-8 tie with a two-run seventh-inning homer off Ed Sukla to give Stu Miller his seventh win in relief. The Washington Senators knocked the Chicago White Sox one full game off the pace and into third place when they downed them 5-4. John Kennedy’s infield hit. an error. a passed ball by J. C. Martin and Dick Phillips’ sacrifice fly delivered the winning run in the ninth. Max Alvis’ two-run homer in the fifth inning paced the Cleveland Indians to a 3-1 triumph over the Detroit Tigers. Dick McAuliffe hom- ered off Don McMahon in the ninth inning for the Tigers' run. Dick Radatz equalled Jim Konstanty’s 14-year old major league record by making his, ants- 4-3, despite a 74th relief appearance of the I Homers by Willie season in the Boston Red Sox’ 7-6 victory over the Minnesota Twins. Felix Mantilla Columbus St. Bon Scatbacks Crack Enemy Defenses, 19-7 National Won Lost 89 59 Pet. Behind .601 Philadelphia St. Louis ............... 82 64 . 562 6 Cincinnati 81 65 . 555 7 San Francisco 81 67 .547 8 Pittsburgh 76 70 . 521 12 Milwaukee .75 71 .514 13 I.os Angeles 74 74 .500 15 Chicago ................. 66 80 .452 22 Houston .61 88 .409 28 ' i» New York 50 97 .340 38»? Friday’s Results Los Angeles 4. Philadelphia 3 Pittsburgh 4, San Francisco 3 Houston 3, New York 2 St. Louis at Cincinnati, postponed, rain Chicago at Milwaukee, postponed, rain Saturday's Games Philadelphia (Bennett 12-12) at Los Angeles (L. Miller 4-8), night St. Louis (Sadeck 17-10 and Gibson 16-10) at Cincinnati (Purkey 10-9 and Jay 10-11), twi-night Chicago (Jackson 20-10 and Ellsworth 11415 at Milwaukee (Fischer 11-9 and Cion- inger 16-13) 2 New York (Jackson 10-14) at Houston (Farrell 11-9), night Pittsburgh (Cardwell 1-0) at San Francisco (Marichal 18-7) Better At Home Of their first 14 shutouts this year, the Mets suffered 11 of them on the road. By DON FORSYTHE Prep Sports Writer Columbus — Columbus St. Bonaventure’s quick-stepping backs found three cracks in the Hastings St. Cecelia defense and drove to a 19-7 win in Nebraska Catholic Conference action here Friday night. The Shamrocks, who captured the State Class B track title, last spring made good use of their speed in posting their second straight win. A second quarter explosion which took only three minutes settled the outcome. Quarterback Mike S h o n k a rolled out behind a wave of blockers and scampered 55 yards for the first St. Bonaventure tally. The speedy quarterback had scored four times in St. Bonaventure’s opening win over West Point Central Catholic. Halfback John Iossi pushed the margin to 13-0 only . . . SHAMROCKS minutes later when he zipped 70 yards on a punt return. The Shamrock defense, spearheaded by tackle Tyrone Jarosz and guard Keith Johnson, held the visitors to just two first downs in the f i r s t half. St Cecilia stepped up its offensive pace in the second Joins For Last Time Kitchener, Ontario (J«)— 1The Boston Bruins hockey team saw the club’s famed Kraut line together for the last time Friday as players and executives joined in a final tribute to Robert T. Bobby Bauer, 49. who died Wednesday after a heart attack. The 16 Bruin players, headed by Weston Ada rn s, club president, and General Manager Lynn Patrick, were among the hundreds attending the funeral service. WIN SECOND TILT half, but scored only when on defense. Iossi found a hole over tackle early in the fourth quarter and boosted the St. Bonaventure margin to 19-0 w?ith a 12-yard run. The Bluehawks got their rally with just 23 secons remaining. Their touchdown drive had been stopped at the nine-yard line by St. Bonaventure, but Iosst fumbled as the Shamrocks took possession and Terry Foote recovered in the end zone for a touchdown. The loss evened the St. Cecilia record at 1-1. The Blue­ hawks had opened with a 33-6 victory over Gibbon. Greg Buttell led the St. Cecilia defensive effort from a linebacker’s spot. SI. < pcitta (I 0 0 7 7 St BoRgveilture 0 13 0 6 l't SI Cecilia Foote, recovered ¡umble in end zone. PAT Hot! I St. Bonaventure Shonka, 55-yd. run. Iossi (2), 70-yd. punt return; 12-yd run. I PAT Mimick. led the Red Sox’ 12-hit attack with his 27th and 28th homers of the season. Rookie Bart Shirley singled home Tommy Davis with a tie-breaking run in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Los Angeles Dodgers a 4-3 victory over the league- leading Philadelphia Phillies Friday night. The loss cut the Phillies’ lead over second-place St. Louis to six games. Southpaw Chris Short, seeking his 18th victory, started for the Phillies and after giving up a single to leadofi man Maury Wills in the first inning retired the next 15 Dodg-i eri The Dodgers got to short in ; the seventh for three runs on Wes Parker’s infield single, Tommy Davis’ double, and Frank Howard’s homer—his 24th of the season. First baseman Vie Power, acquired by the Phillies from the Los Angeles Angels Sept. 10. was the big gun In the early hitting attack as he drove in two runs on a pair of doubles. T h e Pittsburgh Pirates edged the San Francisco Gi- pair of Mays. Donn Clendenon climaxed a three-run Pittsburgh rally in the eighth inning with a single that drove home Roberto Clemente with the winning run. Bob Veale, with relief help from Al McBean, picked up his 18th victory and Bob Shaw (7-6) took the loss. The Houston Colts edged the New York Mets, 3-2, behind the sturdy relief pitching of Claude Raymond, who gave up only one hit over the final four innings to gain his fifth victory in nine decisions. The Colts spotted the Mets a 2-0 lead in the third inning, got one back in the next frame, and scored twice in the sixth off loser Al Jackson (10-15). The Chicago at Milwaukee and St. Louis at Cincinnati games were rained out. Cards Call Two Up From Minors St. Louis </P)—'The St. Louis Cardinals announced Friday they are bringing up t w o y o u n g left-handed pitchers from the minor leagues. They are Dave Dowling. 22, coming up from Jacksonville of the Pacific Coast League | and Steve Carlton, 19, from Tulsa of the^Texas League. Northeast turned two first half Fremont miseucs into touchdowns. Actually it could have been a lot worse. Fremont gave up the ball four times on lost fumbles and four Ward Weber passes fell into Rocket arms The tans had just gotten settled in their seats w hen the first LNE tally was scored. Weber lofted a pass to a fellow Tiger, but North- pulled it in at the 44 a n d rambled to the Fremont 21 before he w as tackled Then quarterback Bob Scott turned over the chores to hard running fullback R o d Dewey. He responded with back-to-back runs of eight and 13 vards, the latter putting the pigskin in paydirt territory. George Knight booted t h e first of his two successful ex tra points and NE had a 7-0 lead with 9.18 still left in the first stanza. The final tally of the game came late in the second period and it was almost exclusively a Doug Campbell maneuver. This hustling halfback pounced on a Fremont fumble on the visitors 39-yard line. It took only nine plays to get the tally and Campbell carried four of these including the final 12 yards on a sweep after it appeared he would he dumped well behind the line of scrimmage. Fremont rode to town on the wings of a 39-6 route of Hastings in the season opener. but the many mistakes proved fatal. Northeast opened its year Fir*t Down* Rushing Yard« PlSM*<t I’avsiiiK 5,nils Panali h»* Fumble*. I .os! Pass««« I ru Ry Punis nrOir as! NF. R««1 D*»fy, Kniah! <kick> NF Dmig Campbell (kirk). Frrmonl 10 . 127 5-13 30 1» 13 run; M 9 233 1-5 I 8 ’ 45 i 1 ! > 4 4 .'7 5 j 0 «V- - I) 0 0—14 Gmtgc i 12 run. Hniaht Nannen the smallest at 200. Dwight Tietjen and Dennis Quick get the starting call lit ends. Tiet jen caught 12 passes for 187 yards and six TDs last year. Quirk hauled in It passes for 196 yards and two touchdowns. Slat ink sy leads the back- ficld which has Muehlhausen and Bill Rohrig at tiie halfback post s and Dave New Ion at fullback. The defensive unit is still undecided Midland will have Ixinnie Allen, 140-pound quarterback who hit for eight completions in 16 attempts against t h e Plainsmen last year, returning along with ends Bruce Green and Maury Planner. Each grabbed an Allen pa^s for touchdowns in last season’s encounter, won by Wesleyan, 20-13 NWU holds a 26-10 series edge against Midland Five games have ended in ties. —GRAND ISLAND WINS- Intercepted Pass Dooms LSE, 7-0 USC Stops Buffaloes In Opener Los Angeles Mike Garrett touchdowns in the longest on V?) — Halfback scored three the first half, a 26-yard gallop, as the heavily favored University of Southern California blanked Colorado Friday night, 21-0 The overmanned Buffaloes held the Trojans scoreless In the second half before 33,173 fans who turned out for the By TOM HENDERSON Star Sports Writer Grand Island—Grand Island made good use of an intercepted pass by Larry Aruler-j son to defeat Lincoln South-j east. 7-0. here Friday night.; The Knights had plenty of opportunities to score hot eacli time a stoirt Islander defense held them off. Southeast began a sustained drive in the middle of the second quarter on its own 49-yard line and rolled to the Grand Island 17 before being stop-1 ped and Knight coach Bill Stephenson sent in Bob Erickson for a field goal attempt. Erickson’s kick loll short and Grand Island took over. Islander quarterback B o b Lowenstein began to fill the air with passes as the half neared completion. Blit he connected on only one of seven tosses and Southeast took over on downs just before the end of the first half. Knight halfback Doug Dworak took the second half African Boxer Dies From Brain Injury Johannesburg!), South (JV—Nicky Africa vyv — iNicKy Erasmus, 22- vear-old South African amateur bantamweight boxer. opening of the college football died in a hospital Friday from season in Los Angeles. Colorado was never able to seriously threaten a score, until the closing minutes when they drove from their own eight to the Trojan three as time ran out brain injuries suffered in a bout Saturday. He never re-i gained consciousness. In the third round of his I bout against Paul Jacobs, the. referee stopped the fight and Erasmus, who started boxing Southern Cal marched 66 wpen he was eight, walked to yards in 10 plays the tiist time they got the ball. Quarterback Craig Fertig passed to John Thomas for 28 and Dave Moton for 17 in the longest gains of the series, with Garret going over for t h e one. Garrett raced 26 yards in the second quarter as the Tro his corner and hung on to the ropes. Soon afterwards he lost consciousness and was taken to hospital. Phils Add Southpaw To Pennant Effort kickoff on his own 12-vnrd line, scampered down t h e sidelines into the end zone, but the play was called back by an offside penalty. After the kickoff was repeated and w i t h Southeast struggling ror a first down, Dworak broke through for a 38-yard gain to the Grand Island 27. Four plays later, Anderson, a fleet Island halfback intercepted a Tom Kay pass and returned it to the Southeast 39 D o u g Harrington, Grand Island fullback, carried it over for the only score from the one-yard line with five minutes left to play. Lowenstein passed to 'ferry Stickler for the extra point giving Grand Island the 7-0 margin. Later two 15-yard penalties again put Southeast within scoring range, hut a backfield in motion penalty against the Knights set them back to the Grand Island 18 On the next play the Knights gained 12 on a pass fro m (’ h ti e k Roberts to Dworak and Southeast was only s i x yards away from paydirt. Dworak then picked up a first down at the Islander two- yard line, but the GI defense warded them off once again. After the ball had shifted hands once more, Dworak went into a shotgun passing formation, trying to even the score, but the clock ran out as Grand Island took over. Dworak had completed three of four aerials but hadn’t gotten the needed yardage. Southeast picked up 11 first downs to Grand Island’s seven and had 189 yards rushing to 143 for the Islanders. In 12 passing attempts, Grand Island completed two for 33 yards and Southeast completed yards. four of 11 for 23 Philadelphia (#)—The Philadelphia Phillies added some jans scored twice in the clos- ](«ft-handed pitching strength ing three minutes of the per- j Kridav in their stretch drive for National League pennant, bringing up Morris Steevens from their Arkansas farm team in the Pacific Coast League. Steevens, 23, pitched a no­ hitter recently and had an 8-1 record with Arkansas He reports to the Phils in Los Angeles, where they have three t hron gh against the Dodgers. iod. A 25-yard run by sophomore Rod Sherman sparked the third Trojan touchdown. Garret hammered over from the two. Garrett scored a two- point conversion on a pass from Fertig. Colorado Grand Island . <> 0 O South. ms ! 0 0 0 Grand Island Harrington, 1yd. PAT—Stickler. Statistics GI First downs 7 Hushing yardage ............... 143 Passing yardage ............... 33 Passes 2-12 Passes Int. by ........... 7 Punts 4-36.0 Fumbles lost ................. 0 Yards penalized .... 92 7—7 0-0 run. LSE 11 189 23 4-11 0 3-27.0 40 0 0 0 0 ISC 7 14 o 0 t S( Garrett 1 run (Brownell kick) ( SC Garrett 26 mn (kick tailed) CSC-Garrett 2 run (Garrett pais irom games Fertig) 1 ° Attendance 39.173. 1 Pakistan Victorious Sydney. Australia ? T h e Pakistan Olympic field hockey team defeated New South Wales 4-0 during a stopover Sunday on route to the Games in I Tokyo Oct. 10-24.

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