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V V 'a 10 Dodgers Increase Lead By Beatihg Cards, 6-3 ST. LOUIS (AP) - Only about 10 minutes had elapsed since Walt Alston slid into his chair in the Los Angeles Dodger dressing room and, as he munched on a roast beef sandwich generously garnished with mustard, first baseman Wes Parker caught his eye. "The Phillies won," Parker said simply. "Who're they playing?" plied the Dodger manager. And he smiled. But then he could afford to. His Dodgers had beaten St. Louis 6-3, getting through a rain-threatened game Alston wanted to play to avoid scrambling his pitching plans, and the Phillies had helped immeasurably by knocking off second- re-! place Pittsburgh 5-4 in 11 In nings. The twin killing increased the Dodgers' lead to 2V4 in the battle for the National League pennant and left them In a commanding position. If they win three of their remaining six games, the Pirates must sweep their five to gain a tie. j Still Alston, who has been t t ' ' ' ' ' f IP - , - ' r .. - - . ' " . . . . V . ' ... X . V". -.O-VV-ViV V'-V ."-b. ) I &": 1" s - J Nil Illinois State University's John Rahn, the Redbirds' leading pass receiver, injured his left knee in Saturday night's 14-7 victory over Illinois Wesleyan at Hancock Field and will be lost for the remainder of the season. Rahn, a 6-0, 205-pounder, is from Peoria Spalding. (ISU Photo) inois State Loses Top Receiver Rahn for Season Illinois State University's lead-. The 6-0, 205-pound Rahn was the position in practice for next Ing pass receiver, John Rahn, ISU's tight end, a position that Saturday's game at Indiana; has been lost to the football .requires blocking strength. He .State Redbirds for the remainder of the season. through the pennant pressure before, wasn't about to say the race was over. "Things are a little better than they were this morning," he admitted, but added quickly: "There are too many games to go yet. If we lose tomorrow and they win we're right back where we started." But despite the caution, there was little doubt that Alstun had gotten his way. He had Claude Osteen ready to start and he wanted to get the game in despite the all-day rain so Osteen could come back again at Philadelphia Friday night. "It would be a hindrance to us to not play," Alston said before the game. "It would put us In a bind." It would do that because Al ston had his rotation set. Os teen, Don Drysdale, Don Sutton and Sandy Koufax in St. Louis, then Osteen, Drysdale and Koufax in the three-game wind- up at Philadelphia. If Osteen got pushed back a day, Alston need ed another starter, But the rain stopped just short of game time, and shortly after game time, Ron Fairly took over, hammering a two-run homer in the first inning that put the Dodgers ahead to stay. Fairly later added two singles and wound up the night with three runs batted in. Lou Johnson also homered for the Dodgers, who collected 11 hits off Bob Gibson and three successors while snapping a two-game losing streak. Fairly couldn't have been happier. He's the clean-up hitter for the weak-hitting Dodgers, and he's well aware what he s there for. "I know they have me in that V" i'- 17-7IfTTI.r7r Ml Us ,.1'' MlkUAAblME ' A 1 The Happy Cub When Ken Holtzman, Chicago Cubs' pitcher, returned to the University of Illinois Sunday night to resume his studies, he visited the Champaign home of Illini fencing coach, Max Garret. Providing Holtzman (seated) a hero's welcome are (from left) Mrs. Garret; son, Bruce, 15; and daughter, Roberta, like Ken, a senior at the U of I physical education department. (AP VVirephoto) also owned the leading pass re ceiving mark three catches The Peoria (Spalding) junior r yards and -a touchdown, injured his left knee on punt' Illinois State coach Larry Bit-coverace durinc the Redbirds' icon dans to trv soDhomore 14-7 win over arch-rival Illinois 1 Bruce Wallace (Chicaeo) and success of the "I" formation in Wesleyan last Saturday. I junior Ron Kruse (Herscher) at! stalled by Coach Bitcon to give ISU's grid squad Monday re- position to drive in runs," the lived its UDset over Weslevan right fielder said. 'But i doni - ( - j by watching game films, The films, along with two- think there's more pressure on me than anyone else. I prefer to JIM MURRAY Football Rich In Lush Lore All right, students, the subject for today is "The Romance of men" get their nicknames? Football," starring Toby Wing A. They played the races game statistics, demonstrate theiit with men in scoring position. I m a Deuer niuer men. "I don't try to overpower the the Redbirds' offensive balance Already Has 296 In all of last season, ISU managed only 500 yards rushing while clicking for 1,596 yards in the air. The result was nine straight losses. Now, in only two pames this season, I-State has gained 296 yards on the ground and at no loss of strength in the air O Hm AiA m,a sw wMn Jganie. me iveuuirus nave wn UIU ill, VUl AXKJk j . . and Jose Iturbi and a cast of thousands. It Is an action-packed, audience participation drama in which we try to bring you up-to-date on all the lush lore of the grand old game which has brought to our culture the limp, the stitch, the steel plate and 33 ways to recognize the concussion, and whose coat of arms is a sea of crutches rampant on a border of plasma. The game is rich in anecdot-age from raccoon coat to hemorrhage, from flask to oxygen tent, and our purpose today is to test you for your sense of football history, Seventy-five per cent correct answers entitle you to wear a beanie and carry two pom-poms to the next home game. Fifty per cent or fewer, and you have your viewing privileges to 'Countdown to Kickoff" lifted and you must turn your seat in the moving card tricks. heavily, Q. Who was "The Galloping Ghost"? A. Vincent Price. Q. During their West Point launched 15 fewer passes than their opponents, but have gained almost identical passing yardage with 220 yards. Sophomore fullback Denny ball as much with men on. I just try to hit it where it's pitched. On the homer, I was just going for a single. But I hit the ball on the perfect part of the bat." Johnson, meanwhile, was no less happy, but not quite as articulate. :' "All the way," he howled over and over again. "AH the way." It may not have been articulate. But it certainly looks as if it's going to be accurate. LOS ANGELES ST. LOUIS Giants Bomb Atlanta, 8-2 ATLANTA (AP) Willie McCovey and Tom Haller accounted for five runs on homers as the San Francisco Giants bombed the Atlanta Braves 8-2 Monday night. The victory kept the third-1 Looney Gets Suspension, May Be Traded Pantagraph, Bloomlngton. 111., Tuei,, Sept. 27, 1966. Jg , Pirates Lose, I Hope for Help . PHILADELPHIA (AP) "Two more feet and I'd have got it. The bail was on the way down when it hit the wall." Roberto Clemente stood in the oulet Pittsburgh clubhouse Monday night, talking about the fly ball single by Johnny Briggs that gave Philadelphia a 5-4 win in 11 Innings. The defeat dropped the Pirates 2-t games behind Los Angeles with five to go. "I didn't even jump," saidl the Pirates' brilliant right field-; game of the series Wednesday er. "I was crouched, waiting to night, jump. When I went back I said j "As long as he does it with 'I have a chance'. I never! the other club it is not unfair," thought it was going to hit the said Clemente. "Nothing is un- when you are trying to fair win. Mauch said Bunning was du to warm up in the bullpen anyhow so he decided to let him do his throwing in the game. "The Dodgers used Koufax against us in 1964 (when the Phillies blew the pennant in the final week). I said at the time I thought he'd make a great starter." PITTSBURON PHILADELPHIA b r h bl b r h bl I A nil . 1 A B. u U Cardinals who bowed to the ahw son caiuton ri Dodgers in the opener of their IKuV oooo a.'"1 four-game series. fa , ? ? ..... . .. . wairoikl 20 50 11 wnii lb coo veaie, me nreoau ace 01 ,b.i.v m soot Brntt cf lha D.Vitoc' KoHoul ft aft ..III M"" tut; A 11 u 1 1 o uaiici stall mil ace Larry Jackson of the Phils in tonight's second game. The Pirates may have to play without their regular left field er, Willie Stargell whose 28 home runs and 116 runs batted fence. But the ball hit too high "Now we have to win the next two here and then beat the Giants In Pittsburgh." That was the way the Pirates talked from manager Harry Walker on down to the clubhouse attendant. But they knew their position was desperate. Three down on the all-important losing side they can afford to lose no more. They must hope for help from the St. Louis MichMi pr PQlronl e Fryman Blast Wlkr Spriggi ph Mikktlm p Lynch ph ODtll Total S02I alio 4 14 0 5 1 I 0 4 0 1000 I00O 1 0 I 4 0 0 0 Brlw cf 112 1 0 0 0 0 Schatttr c 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dalrmplt C 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 Wis 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Clrmtnt ph 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cuip p 10 0 0 1 0 0 0 Gonial! Pfl 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Bunning 0 0 0 4 10 0 0 0 00 0 42 4 I 4 Total 44S1SS in have helped keep the club inPhiiao.ipnia E Croat the race. Stargell suffered a stretched ligament in his right III III llM4 00) 001 tit I-s careers, Glenn Davis and Doc-JT Sr UUbafrdu- "TUT.. TncM. ""J"" J"" "J Outside spectively. Can you tell us why? A. Easy. Blanchard stayed in the Army, Davis got out. Q. The linebacker assigned to h r h hi Wills ss 4 110 Javier 2b Schofleld 3b 3 0 10 Brock If WDavit cf S 0 1 0 Flood cf Fairly rf 4 2 3 3 Cepeda lb Lefebvra 2b 4 0 10 Shannon rf I Inhninn If A 1 9 9 tAC HTvmr MclNamara (Melrose Park) and , Roseooro c 3110 spiezip 3b uru 1 n- 1 pl 1 Parker lb 4 0 1 0 Maxvlll as junior halfback Rick Shemansky costeen p 2100 Gibson p . . Pecan a 0 0 0 0 Woodeshk P are averaging iour yaras per Gagiiano ph 1 o o o ritne p v v v u Hoerner p 0 0 0 0 Francona ph 1 0 0 0 ab r h bl S 1 2 0 4 0 2 4 110 3 110 4 0 0 0 4 0 12 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 place Giants in the National League pennant race but not by much. They are four games behind the leading Los Angeles Dodgers and have just six games to play. It was the 24th victory for Juan Marichal who also accounted for two of the San Fran cisco runs with a double in the eighth inning. Marichal, who was making his first appearance of the season against the Braves, has lost six games. McCovey belted his 35th home run over the center field fence in the first inning with Willie Mays on base, giving the Giants a 2-0 lead. Haller's three-run homer into the right field stands, his 27th, in the fourth inning, increased the lead to 5-0. ATLANTA (2). DP-Pltliburoh 2. Philadelphia I. LOB Pittsburgh i. Philadelphia IS. 26 Clemente, Caillson, 1 i: j: . . j i uroai. tienoenon. jo m.akx). hk icg wmic aiming imu mxuuu ciendenon (27). SB-Alley. S-Rolas. base in the second inning of I IP H R ER BB SO Vflo.,' ..onto AliKn,,nk vjFrymtn 4 2-1 1 ) 3 2 4 muiiuajr a gauiE. muiuugii .Bless I 111 U c pr. walker i-j o o o McNamara leads in total yards with 146 in 37 carries. Dominated Second Half The effectiveness of those three backs behind a hard SAN FRANCISCO at) r h Dl ao r n di Fuentei ss 5 1 3 1 FAlou lb 4 12 2 Haller c S 1 2 3 Mathews 3b 4 0 0 0 Mays cf 4 10 0 Aaron rf 4 0 0 0 McCovey lb 4 1 1 2 Carty c 4 0 10 Hart 3b S 0 3 0 MJones Cf 4 0 0 0 JAlou rf 5 110 Cline If 3 0 10 Gabrlelsn If 3 110 Menke ss 4 10 0 Hiatr ph oooo woodwrd 20 2000 Burda ph 1 0 0 0 Abernthy p 0 0 0 0 Brown rf 0 0 0 0 delaHoz ph 10 0 0 Lanier 2b 3 110 Schneider p 0 0 0 0 Marichal p 4 112 Olivo p 0 0 0 0 Biasngme p oooo Kopacz ph 10 0 0 Reed p 0 0 0 0 Ritchie p 10 10 Millan 2b 2 0 10 Total 3 1 13 1 Total 34 2 2 200 100 1 3 0-1 0 00 1 0 1 1 1 01 Total Los Angelas St.Louls 33 6 11 S Total San Francisco AJackson pr 0 0 0 0 Atlanta E Gabrlelson, Menke. DP Atlanta 1. LOB San Francisco 7, Atlanta t. 2B Hart, Carty, Marichal. HR McCovey (35), Haller (27), F.Alou (31). SB-Cllne. 35 3 1 3 2 10 111 010-4 0 10 111 0 0 0-1 what? A. Mr. Lop-side. Q. What was the "dream backfield"? A. The University of Chicago backfield after Hutchins became president. Q. What does a coach mean when he says a team has "de sire 7 A. The same thing an all-night j movie does. Q. It is said football teaches us many lessons which can carry over into real life. Does it? A. I'll say! It teaches you very early in the game that institutions, even great institutions will break rules when it is to their economic advantage to do so. it also encourages athletes to get good grades. Even if they have to cheat on exams to do it. O Rut hnw rlnp it nrpnarp a r 1U -IT 1 1 14. w. iNow, luuiuau iwe nas " you for the game of life? mat, on nis aeatn Dea ueorge A If you get mUlion dolIars uipp unpiureu L-udLii iuiuicfrom the Houston Oilers-babv. you're prepared tackle Blanchard was known as chargfag interior nabled ISU to completely dominate sec FWHI. Soleilo. Lefebvre. DP IP H R ER BB so Los Angeles 2. LOB-Los Angeles 8. ; Marichal (W, 24-6) . 9 4 2 2 1 11 St.Louls 7. 2B-Lefebvre, Spleiio, Rfed (L. 0-1) 2 1-3 4 2 2 2 2 L.Johnson, Javier, Brock, Cepeda. HR- Ritchie 2 2-3 4 3 3 0 3 Fairly (12), L.Johnson (17). SB-W.Davis. lAbernathy 2 0 0 0 0 2 Srhoflld. Lefebvre. Wills. Reoan. .scnneiaer g 1 1 1 0 0 , , , ... r n w ona-nau piay against wesieyan costeen tw, 17.13) sh s 3 2 2 . f. ' I Regan .... 3 1-3 3 0 0 0 whii a gruuiia cunuui game. f-.vx,.. Jim Murray Exclusive of punts and penal ties, ISU had the ball for 40 plays after intermission. Wesleyan put the ball in play only 14 times. The Redbirds gained 160 yards total offense to only 28 for IWU in the second half. Quarterback Jerry Kinnikin (Staunton) has accounted for all of ISU's points in the first two games. He has scored two touchdowns, passed for two more, and kicked all four extra points Gibson (L, 20-12) Woodeshick Plche Hoerner 6 7 1 1 1-3 2 12-3 1 WP-Gibson. T-2:44. A-10,707. Cash lb Kaline rf WHorton It Wert 3b Stanley cf Freehan c McLain p GRrown ph Rockne to "win one for the Old Gipper?" Did he? Or what is the real origin of this deathless saying? A. In a card game in the old Oliver Hotel in South Bepd, Gip lost six straight pots, and as Rockne passed by in the hall, he heard him tell 'he dealer, "How about winning one for the Old Gipper?" Q. Legend had it, Rockne saved the request for a tight spot for his team. Did he? A. Yes. That tight spot oc-' tf. We have heard of the "Vow Boys" and the . "Wow . Boys, who are the "Ow! Boys"? A. The scrubs on the Notre Dame practice field who simulate enemy plays all week long. Their team colors arr black and blue and their varsity letters are in the form of welts. Q. What does It take to make a great pro player? A. Usually, about $10,000 of the taxpayers' money, a gener- ou allowance from a rich alum- FOOTBALL STATISTICS FOR TWO GAMES INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing Net AM. Yards Ave. Denny McNamara 37 144 4.0 Rick Shemansky 28 110 4.0 C. Mokszycki 17 M 3.9 Jerry Maley 1 0 0.0 Mike Phillips 5 -7 -1.4 Jerry Kinnikin 13 -19 -1.5 Passing Art. camp. Int. Yd. TO Pet. Sherry p Jerry Kinnikin 26 13 0 185 1 .500 Mike Phillips ..2 1 0 35 1 .500 Total Receiving Catches Yds. LG TD Ave. John Rahn 3 55 35 1 18.3 Jerry Maley ... 3 20 8 0 7.0 2 54 43 0 27.0 2 41 30 1 20.5 2 25 16 0 12.5 2 25 16 O 12.5 $torini,, . McLain (W, 20-13) TD PAT PAT FO Points Rubi0 . 22 4-4 0 0 16 jLee (L,S-3) i v v o e Tigers' McLain 20-Game Winner ANAHEIM (AP) - Denny Mc Lain became the major leagues' sixth 20-game winner Monday night as Detroit edged Califor nia 2-1 on Gates Brown's run-scoring single in the ninth in ning. DETROIT Olivo Blasingame T-2:34. A-17,055. Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE won Lost Pet. Behind 64 .590 67 68 72 74 77 80 CALIFORNIA ab r h bl ab r h bl Wood 2b 3 0 0 0 Schaal 3b 3 0 0 0 Trcewski 2b 0 0 0 0 Johnstone If 4 0 0 0 MAuliffe ss 5 0 0 0 Fregosi ss 3 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 Vinson lb 4 o o o 4 0 0 0 Cardena cf 4 1 1 1 4 0 3 0 Rodgers c 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 Siebern ph 10 0 0 4 2 2 0 Morton rf 3 0 0 0 4 0 2 1 Knooo 2b 2 0 10 3 0 10 Rubio p 10 0 0 1 0 1 1 Lee p 10OO 0 0 0 0 Los Angeles .... 92 Pittsburgh 90 San Francisco .. 88 Philadelphia .... 85 Atlanta 83 St. Louis 79 Cincinnati 74 Houston 68 New York 64 Chicago 58 AMERICAN Won xBaltlrrrore 96 Detroit . . 87 Minnesota 85 Chicago 81 Cleveland 79 California 77 Kansas City .... 71 Washington 71 Boston 71 New York 68 x clinched pennant 92 99 .573 .564 .541 .529 .506 .461 .436 .410 .369 2'j 4 7V4 9Vs 13 17 24 28 34Va Lost Pet. Behind 60 .615 .554 .545 .516 .503 .490 .452 .447 DETROIT (AP) - Fullb3ck Joe Don Looney, under in- iofintta ciicrtancinti Kir W a IMrnit T.imJ Tfnr nsf..in0 1S due to Pltch the third re-enter Sunday's National Football League game with the Atlanta Falcons, said Monday he may be traded. Looney told newsmen he met briefly with Lions coach Harry Gilmer earlier in the day. "He told me 'I guess I'll have to trade you,' " Looney said. Gilmer refused to discuss the meeting but said Looney would not be allowed to practice with the team. Looney, Gilmer said, refused to re-enter the game, won by Detroit 28-10, late in the first half "because he was not going to be my messenger boy." Gilmer normally alternates his backs as messengers to re lay plays to quarterback Milt Plum. Looney said he refused to go back into the game because of a back injury. Gilmer did not mention the injury Sunday. But Loiney displayed a large red welt to newsmen Monday. "I came out of the game in the second quarter and told Gilmer I was hurt," said Looney. "But he wanted to send me back in with a message for Plum. "I didn't want to risk getting hurt worse," added Loor.ey saying: "I told him if he wanted a messenger, he should call Western Union." 2 i o o rays were negative, tremely doubtful if he will be'0' umj ..... tn i j i aoie to piay. ne couia De outicuip .......... ., Bunnlno (W, 19-12) lur me seasun. Manager Walker refuses to give up the ship. "We've just got to win the next one and keep on winning while we hope the Dodgers lose," he said. The Pirates were not critical of Manager Gene Mauch 's decision to use starter Jim Bun ning in a relief role in the 11th inning. It was his second relief appearance of the year and he Pennant Race At a Glance NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pel. Behind Play Los Angeles .. 92 64 .590 6 Pittsburgh 90 47 .573 2" S San Francisco 18 68 34 4 4 Los Angeles At Home (none). Away (6), at St. Louis (3), Sept. 27,28,29; at Philadelphia (3), Sept. 30. Oct. 1, 2. Pittsburgh At Home (3). San Francis co (3), Sept. 30, Oqt. 1, 2. Away (2), At rmiaaeipnia m. aepi. ii, n. San Francisco At Home (none). Away (6), at Atlanta (2), Sept. 27-28) at Pittsburgh (3), Sept. 30, Oct. I. 2; at Cin. clnnatl (1), Oct. 3. 89., 88 .436 m n 15' 17V4 19Vj 25'a 26Vj 27 28 35 2 9 2 Total 29 l 4 1 Arnold Giles C. Mokszycki Ron Kruse . Bruce Wallace 110 lit 101 1 no no oeo-i Jerry Kinnikin C. Mokszycki John Rahn 1 Detroit California DP California 1. LOB Detroit 9, California 5. 2B Stanley. 3B Stanley. HR Cardenal (15). S Ruble IP H R ER BB SO . I 4 113 6 . 1 0 0 0 0 2 . 6 2-3 6 1 1 3 6 .2 1-3 3 1 1 0 2 Results 0 0 WP Rubio. T 2:17. A 7,447. Reds Pick Bristol As Permanent Boss CINCINNATI (AP) Daveitory. At a hastily called news curred in the first jeven games nus, and a college curriculum the following year and once .liberal enough to recognize the; Bristol, a young man who conference, DeWitt announoed with each incomine squad fori importance of basket-weaving Jdoesn't believe in fooling around the 33-year-old Bristol would j the next 12 years. At last count, bead work, techniques of the was named Monday to be the also command the Reds next Notre Dame had won 212 modern dance, first aid and driv games for the Old Gipper, not'er education to our civilization to mention two national cham-, If our hero can't cut in the pros, pionshlps, a Rose Bowl game he is in perfect position for a Cincnnati Reds' fourth manager m the last three seasons. Bristol took over as interim manager July 13 when Prcsi- and the 1927 basketball playoff career as a school crossing dent-General 'Manager William year. The appointment leaves Bristolwho commands the respect of his piayers and the apprecia- NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh 4, 11 Innings san Francisco B, Atlanta z Los Angeles 6, St. Louis 3 New York at Cincinnati, canceled, rain Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 5-2, Washington 0-3 Detroit 2, California 1 Only games scheduled Games Today NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago (Ellsworth 7-21) at New York (Ribant 11-8), night , Pittsburgh (Veaie 15-12) at Philadelphia (Jackson 15-14), night San Francisco (Sadeckl 5-1) at Atlanta (Jarvls 6-1), night Houston (oiusti 14-13) ar tincmnaii (Ellis 12-18), night . Los Angeles (Drysdale 12-16) at St. Louis (Washburn 11-1), night AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit (McLain 19-13) at California (brunet 12-12), night Cleveland (McDowell -ai ai minnesoia (Perry 9-7) Boston (Stange 8-1) and Osinskl 3-3) at Chicago (John 14-10 and rawara T-u, i. twi-night New York (Bannsen -) at wasnmgron (Richert 14-14), night Kansas City (Krausse 14-9) at Baltimore (McNally 13-5), night Games Tomorrow NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago at New York. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (night). San Francisco at Atlanta (night). Houston at Cincinnati (night). Los Angeles at St. Louis (night). AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at Califcrina (night). Cleveland at Minnesota. New Yor at Washington (night). Kansas City at Baltimore (night). Oniy games scheduled. Fight Results Bill Schell, hard-hitting Illinois Wesleyan University defensive guard, will be out of action for about six weeks with a fractured ankle, the Titans learned Monday. Schell, a 194-pound senior from Yorkville, received the injury in Saturday's game against Illinois State. (IWU Photo) Schell Has Fractured Ankle, Lost to Titans for 6 Weeks Bill Schell, veteran defensive guard for Illinois Wesleyan University's football team, has a fractured ankle and will be out of action about six weeks, Coach Don Larson learned Monday. Injuries received in Saturday's game against Illiiois State may create other holes in the defen sive unit for the opening Col lege Conference of Illinois game quarter of the 14-7 loss to ISU. I started at the offensive tackles It marked the first time he at ISU. has ever been injured badly enough to miss a game. . Fast Lineman Line coach Bob Keck recently said Schell, who was a fullback at Yorkville High School, is the fastest lineman he has Freshman Jim Minnighan and sophomore Ron Krogh are the leading candidates if Crites has to be replaced. On the brighter side, it is believed that Dick Berardi will be ready for defensive end against North Park Saturday at! all the way off that field on a the Wesleyan Staduim. Tackle Jeff Beaumont is gen- had in 10 years at IWU. "Bill's; work against North Park. The also quite a competitor. He ran Pekin product was held out of the ISU game because of a hip broken ankle so we wouldn't injury. have to take a time out," Keck! After looking at movies of erally banged up with a bruised; said Monday. the ISU game, which broke an knee and two bruised ankles.! Schell, his lower leg m a cast.! eight-game IWU winning streak. Defensive halfback Bob Crites watched practice Monday and Larson said he was fairly well has a shoulder injury and de-i vowed that he would be back satisfied with the Titans per-fpnkvp tarklp Jim Hostetler is sooner than six weeks. formance. nursing a knee injury. Btaumont Doubtful Unctntlor ic ovnpptprl tft hp ready Saturday, but Beaumont jletterman junior are the major is doubtful ana CTites' siaius, w j-- Meanwhile, Larson indicated that Larry Bear, a sophomore from Lincoln, or Steve Tosh, won't be known until later. Schell is a 194-pound senior Praises Hymbaugh "I saw more plusses than minuses," he said. " Larson praised Mike Hymbaugh, senior from Tremont who played guard on offense and linebacker on defense. "Mike lion of many fans as the young-, po can g.ul wa. . an. a aM 9 a . . I . . ardMfmtV ' against Furaue. mey lost one.guara or me neaa smoKe-signai-iU. Dev;tt tired Don Hef fner for est manager in the major t walpole. es.- Boo cassiov. for the Old Gipper 11 tunes. 'ler for a Pueblo Indian tribe, failure to lead the Reds to vie- (leagues. New Yorti. outpointed Clyde Taylor. 14. I new Ton iij. Jarrett May Start If Beaumont or Hostetler Is uHprnd in 1961 and 1962. unable to play Saturday, the did fine job of blocking. He entered the armed forces and replacement will come from was moving his man out of then returned last season to Phil Ballard, Jim Jarrett and there consistently," Larson said, earn a regular job in the de-,Rich White. Ballard, a three- "Stromberg played one of his year leuerman, ana jarren, a Deuer games, Larson saw 01 Normal Community graduate the junior defensive guard. "Ht who is a transfer from Illinois, was getting a good charge." , LONDOSS-Jose Menno. Argemma. out-,. , f ,un T5lo incr. uoi; ineayy- iciiMve aire iwi n't je m. cernaut that went undefeated Schell was hurt in the third

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