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ROVA Romps Over AlWood Aces, 31-6 ONEIDA—Halfback Alan Scott tallied two touchdowns to lead the ROVA Tigers to a resounding 31-6 triumph over the AlWood Aces here, Friday night. Scott scored six-pointers in the first and third periods on runs of three and 23 yards, respectively. After Scott dented the scoring column with his first-period tally, Les Ehler went 17 yards on a reverse play to cap a 40-yard drive in which Scott and Don Hennenfent had carried the brunt of the load. Dave Powell lifted a perfect placement to give ROVA a 13-0 lead at the half. AlWood's lone touchdown was sandwiched between two ROVA scores in a free-scoring third period. The winners broke the ice after intermission when Scott rambled for the score. ROVA had taken possession of the ball on the Alwood 28-yard line after a bad pass from center on a fourth-down punting situation. Then, AlWood went 69 yards in seven plays with an end run by Roger Johnston accounting for the final 40 yards. The extra point attempt was blocked. ROVA came back to drive 58 yards with quarterback Dick Edwards taking the ball over on a quarterback sneak. And moments later, ROVA was knocking at the door again. On ROVA's kickoff, Dennis Bjorling recovered an AlWood fumble on the AlWood 34-yard line. Hennenfent got the final touch­ down of the contest with a two- yard burst to paydirt. ROVA attempted to run for the extra point, but was unsuccessful. In general, ROVA dominated AlWood in every phase of the garrte, piling up over 282 yards via its ground attack alone. "We thought our line did a fine job," ROVA Coach Bill Adams emphasized. AlWood (B) Anderson le Carlson It Whltcomb lg Cheline c Hammerlund rg Otten rt McVietty re Taylor qb Johnston hb Pitts hb Setterdahl fb Score by quarters: AlWood 0 ROVA 6 ROVA (31) Jto.Lake Ro.Lake Blender Holden Fell Johnson Canon Edwards ' Ehler Scott Hennenfent 0 6—6 12 6—31 Spartans Not Counting on High Finish in Big 10 Race EAST LANSING, Mich. (UPD- Michigan State's football team has fewer players of Big Ten ability than last year, so coach Duffy Daugherty even optimistically doesn't count on a first division finish. Daugherty will have letter winners for 10 starting positions and a veteran, center Don Ross, for the 11th, but he complained that "experience is relative, and doesn't mean you have good players."" "I'd rather have a team with three or four sophomore starters," he said, "because that would mean they beat out everybody else at their position and they'd be around to start as juniors and seniors." The Spartans have double-letter winners for eight positions, end Dan Underwood, tackle Dave Herman, guards Earl Lattimer and Steve Mellinger, and backs Sherman Lewis, Ron Rubick and Dewey Lincoln. "Our backs are short, and could be hurt on defense," Daugherty said. "But we're hoping that with speed and quickness they can make up for lack of size." Daugherty sought to find his best two way ball players to compose his first team, since the new rules make it mandatory to abandon his former defensive-offensive platoon setup. "We've got five players who are our best on both offense and defense," he said, "End Matt Snorton, Herman, Lewis, Ross and Lattimer. If we can find two more then we can platoon our other two positions and figure that at any time we'll have our best nine men on the field." Daugherty planned more pass ing if possible because he's concerned about his running. "We've got to use deception and speed and throw more. I feel we have better passers this year." And as to Michigan State's chance to break into the top five in the Big Ten: "I wish I could believe it," Duffy said. Valley Nips Panthers ROSEVILLE—Roseville carried a 6-0 lead into the dressing room at halftime here Friday night, but Valley was out in front, 7-6, when the teams headed for the locker rooms for the final time of the night. James Ault rambled 10 yards off tackle to cap a 90-yard drive and take the Panthers to a 6-0 lead. The kick for the extra point was off target. P. J. Piatt tied the contest for Coach Hank Bennett's charges with a 15-yard scoring run in the third period. Piatt's effort ended a 90-yard Valley drive and set the stage for Jerry Woodall's perfect placement which gave Valley the lead and the game. Valley (7) Miller Chatterton Effland Parli Ferry Ludwig Ward Kennelly Morse Piatt Woodall le It lg c rg rt re qb hb hb fb Rotovllle (6) Rankin Renner Brent Livermore Pinney Turner Wainman Tinker Tomlin Ault S.Conway Galva Tops Bradford in Blackhawk BRADFORD — Galva High School gridders were nosed out in almost all phases of the game except the one that really counted here Friday night. The department led by the Wildcats was scoring, thereby giving them a 13-7 victory over the Bradford Panthers in Blackhawk Conference play. Bradford had the edge in first downs with seven to Galva's four and gained 182 yards while Galva was picking up 106. However, the Wildcats were six points on top in the all important scoring column. Galva was held scoreless until the third quarter and trailed 7-0 at halftime. The Wildcats' first score came when Ken Burnett ran a kickoff back 70 yards to the Bradford 15 and Bill Hay went over three plays later. After a 25-yard TD run by Bur nett was called back for an infraction, Mike Manning went over on a quarterback sneak. Other conference games saw Wethersfield beat Wyoming 38-0, Walnut rip Princeville 31-6, Man lius dump Toulon 33-0 and Elm wood edge Dunlap 7-2. Avon Opens Season With 13-0 Loss AVON—Avon's Trojans opened up their 1963 football season on the wrong side of a 13-0 count against Carthage here Friday night. Doug Hanks started the scoring off for the winners in the first quarter when he picked up a fumble and raced 25 yards to paydirt. In the final period, Carthage marched 50 yards with quarterback Sam Siegfried capping the drive with a one-yard quarterback sneak. Roger Boyer, who had his first extra point attempt blocked, made a perfect placement on his second try to wrap up the scoring for the contest. Avon reached the Carthage ten- yard-line in both the first and second periods. On both occasions, penalties hurt the Cardina cause, and they lost the ball on downs. Knoxville Drops 14-13 Contest To Cardinals IN ON TACKLE—Roger Johnston (49) and two teammates converge on an unidentified ROVA griddcr in action at Oneida, Friday night. ROVA romped to a 31-6 triumph over the Aces. CUBA — Knoxville started off with a bang here Friday night but couldn't sustain its efforts in dropping a tight 14-13 contest to Cuba. Knoxville kicked off to open the contest. After forcing Cuba to punt, the Blue Bullets struck it rich on their second play from scrimmage. A pass from Dean Albright to Tom Walter covering 35 yards gave the visitors a 6-0 advantage. Knoxvillc's attempt to run for the extra point was unsuccessful. A four-yard run by Ed Thurman knotted the count in the second quarter, and Thurman ran the extra point over to give the Cardinals the lead. Cuba's touchdown was scored after it took over on the Knoxville 20-yard-line following the recovery of a Blue Bullet fumble. A 63-yard jaunt by Knoxvillc's Rod Dennis gave the advantage back to the Blue Bullets momen­ tarily. Albright ran for the extra point. Another Knoxville fumble set up the final touchdown for Cuba, After taking over on the Knoxville 20, Cuba moved to the one- yard-line, from which Jim Mow* cry carried the ball over on a quarterback sneak. Thurman tallied the all-important point which gave the lead and the game to Ctibfi. Knoxville managed to move td the Cuba 24-yard-line, but time ran out. Knoxville (13) Johnson Mathews Wnsh.ibatmh Ray StrombcrR Hugh* Walter AlbrlKht Roslne Don n is Yonn" In It l« c r* rt rn qb hb h > f-i Cuba (14) Smart Williams Znbirne Reford Jacobs Blnkely Strausbaugh Mowery Phillips Wledger Thurman Score by quarters: Knoxville B 0 7 0—1.1 Ctibn . 0 7 0 7—14 Touchdowns—Albright, Thurman, Dennis, Mowery. Points after touchdowns—Thurman (2), Albright. galesburg Register -Mail GALESBURG, ILL., SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 1963 PAGE 13 Carter Will Meet Champion of South America Carthage (13) Mustain Milby Gronewold Tomlinson Brewer Huston Derks Siegfried Biery Hanks Lionberger le It lg c rf re qb hb hb fb Avon (0) Murray Pool Hamman Davis Anders Sloan Paradis Clampitt. Buldemier Sensabaugh Chatterton Score by quarters: Carthage 6 0 0 7—13 Avon 0 0 0 0—0 Touchdowns—Hanks, Siegfried. Point after touchdown—Boyer. Score by quarters: Valley 0 0 7 0—7 Roseville 0 6 0 0—6 Touchdowns—Piatt, Ault. Point after touchdown—Woodall. Referee, Baxter; umpire, Biehl; head lineman, Walters. READ THE WANT ADSI Veteran Hero AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP)-Sam Miley, 32-year-old veteran, slammed a solo home run and two-run triple to give Augusta a 4-3 playoff victory over Lynchburg and the South Atlantic League baseball pennant Friday night. A REAL DEAL ON NTI-FREEZE DON'T MISS THIS BARGAIN per gallon This is guaranteed by International Harvester Co. It is the regular permanent AntMFreeze sold by us for years. Ithelyene Clyco base and is as good as or better than any sold. WEAVER MOTORS Media Posts Win Over Industry INDUSTRY - Media's Bulldogs waited until the last minute to turn the trick, but they scored a 13-7 triumph over Industry here Friday night. Jeff White's 20-yard scoring jaunt around right end with one minute left in the contest, erased a 7-6 Industry advantage. The Bulldogs marched to pay- dirt after taking the opening kickoff. A six-yard pass from Richard Hulet to Dwaine Roche was good for six points to cap a 55-yard drive. The attempted kick for the extra point was off its mark. Industry tallied its lone touchdown when Jerry Sears went around left end for the final 12 yards of a 65-yard march. J i m Forman ran successfully for the extra point. With two minutes remaining in the contest, Industry lost the ball on downs on its own 45. Media moved the ball down to the 20 to set the stage for White's run. Industry (6) Ri.Jones Bail Yaap Ra .Jones Goodwin Lawyer Hammond Krumeich Sears Forman Plank | Media (13) VanArsdaie Duncan Gearhart Kettlekamp Schenck Bowen Roche Hulet White Cassiday Edwards le It lg c If re qb hb hb fb PITTSBURGH (UPI) — Rubin (Hurricane) Carter puts his No. 1 middleweight ranking and a possible title shot on the line tonight against South American champion Farid Salim. The two meet in a nationally televised (ABC) 10-rounder at the Civic Arena. Carmen Tedeschi, Carter's manager, said he has a verbal agreement with champion Dick Tiger for a December fight if Carter wins tonight. "Dick is a man of his word," Tedeschi said, "and I'm sure his backers will follow his wishes." Carter worked out intensely Wednesday and Thursday, inflicting heavy punishment on several sparring partners. Salim did not spar. Chickie Ferrara, Salim's manager, said his tiger was in such good condition he needed only "light calisthenics to keep sharp." Tedeschi, who drew a sharp reprimand from Carter Thursday when he predicted Salim would be knocked out in eight rounds, nevertheless completely bypassed the South African in telling of Carter's future. He predicted Carter would easily dispose of Tiger ("Who's he fought? I'll tell you, Gene Fullmer, that's who, and he might as well have been fighting his grandfather.") Carter, 26, has a 16-3-0 record and has won 11 by knockouts. His last fight was a decision over George Benton of Philadelphia. Salim, one year older than Carter, has won 35, lost four and drawn two. He lost a decision to Joey Archer in New York July 13. He has won 14 of his fights by kayos. Prep Grid Contests By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DuSable 20, Dunbar 7. Harrison 7, Lake View 6. Princeton 21, Morris 0. Geneseo 27, Monmouth 0. St. Patrick Kankakee 12, Kankakee 6. Effingham 14, Oblong 6. Evanston 40, Maine East 0. Rich East 13, Bloom 6. Thornton 13, Wnukcgan 8. Streator 21, Ottawa Marquette 7. Downers Grove 21, Napervlllc 6. Jollct 21, Jolict Catholic 7. West Aurora 18, St. Charles 6. Wheaton 27, Glenbarcl West 13. Belleville 33, Webster Groves, Mo. (i. Jcrseyvilic 19, Alton Marquette 0, St. Louis U. High 0, East St. Louis 0, tic. Edwardsvllle 46. Madison 12. Wood River 26, Bethalto 0. Piasa 7, Roxana 6. Ccntralla 21, Salem O. Elmwood 7, Dunlup 2. Valley 7, Roseville fi. Carthage 13, Avon 0. Alexis 25, Wlnola 7. Pontiac 25, Bradley 14. Onarga G. MUford 0. Kempton 19, Cullom 0. Plalnfield 20, Wilmington 7. Clifton Central 34, Wr.tseka 13. Dwlght 13, Reddick 0. Bloomington 13, Normal Community 6. Bloomington Trinity 13, Chilll- cothe 6. Normal University High 12, Mon- tlcello 7. Lanphler 12, Lincoln 7. Urbana 13, Rantoul 7. Pontiac 25, Bradley 14. Cutter Gossip .. .bu PHIL Score by quarters: Media 6 0 0 7—13 Industry 0 7 0 0—7 Two tournaments are coming up for officials of Galesburg and area bowling leagues. Leading off the tournaments for the season will be the Galesburg Association and League Officers Fifth Annual Tournament, slated for Sept. 28-29 at Spot Lanes. Eligible for competition in this tourney are presidents, vice presidents, secretaries, treasurers, and league representatives for the 1963 - 64 season. Last year, this tournament drew some 120 officers to the C & M Lanes in Alpha. Another tournament on the agenda for league officials is the 29th Annual Illinois Bowling Officials Jamboree, which will be held Oct. 20 in Aurora. The tournament will take place at the 40-lane Valley Bowl located on Route 31 at the East-West Toll- way in North Aurora. Galesburg will reserve squad time for 3:30-4:30 p.m. Investigation into the possibility of taking a bus to the tournament is currently under way. CAB or TRUCK GARAGE 1611 Grand Ave. For the most coverage and LOW RATES in Homeowner Policies Call 342-6413 or see LEO A. CRONIN INSURANCE "Honestly It's the Best Policy" 418 Bondi Bldg. ;—4 Last year, this tourney was held in Moline, and Galesburg's Paul Taylor was the top prize money winner and also took the league officer trophy. Galesburg also had the largest association representation with over 70 making the trip. Next year's Jamboree will be held in Galesburg. Reservation deadline for this year's tourney is Oct. 13. Efforts are being made to add one more 4-man scratch team for the Classic League at the Plamor Bowl, it was reported today by league secretary Donie Johnson. So far five teams are lined up for the league. If they are unable to come up with a sixth, the league plans to go to an all- doubles setup, Johnson said. Those interested in entering the league are to contact Johnson. In the Bowlettes League at the Galesburg Bowl, Doris Jones and Eileen Hilligoss came up with 220 and 227 games, respectively. Helen Cross converted the 6-7-10 leave. Lois Olson scored a 204 game in the Cross-Town League. The Weaver - Yemm bowling team will be out for revenge tonight when it goes against the all-stars of the Peoria Classic League at the Northgate Lanes. Action is scheduled to get under way at 7:30. The Peoria team defeated Weaver-Yemm badly in Peoria this summer, and the locals, captained by John Eimes, axe bent on revenge. Alexis Rips Winola in 25-7 Tilt ALEXIS — Coach Bob Houser's Alexis Cardinals started out right Friday night as they opened the 1963 football season with a convincing 25-7 victory over the Winola Jets. After a scoreless first quarter the Cardinals exploded for 19 points in the second stanza and it was easy the rest of the way. Four players scored touchdowns for the winners. The first TD came when halfback Bob McCrcight skirted around left end for six yards and the six-pointer. A short time later halfback fhil Clevenger sprinted up the middle on a W-yard scoring jaunt. Just before the first half ended the Cardinals struck through the air when quarterback Steve Mc- Br'de hit end Dave Hart with an 18-yard scoring aerial. McBride ran over for the extra point io give the Cardinals a 19-point bad at intermission. In the third quarter the Cardinals added frosting to the cake when Jim Farm went off tackle foi *' yards and the TD. Winola got into the scoring column in the final period as Mike Anderson crashed through the • T yards and the Beard ran the extra Morton 13, Washington 0. Clinton 20. Lakcvicw 0. Farmer City 54, Leroy 14. Fisher 22, Mahomet 0. Mctamora 0, Mlnonk-Dann 0. tie. Ottawa 26. LaSallc-Pcm 0. St. Bedo 27, Mcndota 13. Springfield 7, Griffin fi. Vandnlln 20, Plnckneyvlllo 7. Lewlstown 25, Benrdstown 0. Havana fi, Farmlngton 0. Rushvlllc 19, Mention Unity 6. Jacksonville 13, Eisenhower Decatur 7. Rockford West 6, Janesvllle, Wis. 0. Rockford East 13, Belolt, Wis. O. Peoria Central 7, Maine West 0. Spalding 40, Limestone 0. Manual 24, East Peoria 6. Pekln 25, Argo 7. Media 12, Industry 7. Western Buda tl, Wynnct 0. Warsaw 40, Northwestern 0. Carthago 13, Avon 0. Astoria 14, LaHarpc 0. Mt. Sterling 12. Macomb 8. Morton 13, Washington 7. Canton 40, Kewance 7. middle f< TD. Jim point. Winola (7) Alexil (25) R.Johnson la Dahl Nelson It Olson Hay 1? Scobee Knox c Moore Noyd r( Blair Luker r: Benham Esp rs Hart Ro.Smith qj McBrtde Jenkins h> Clevenger Anderson h > McCreight Browr f> Farm Score by quarters: Winola ....0 0 0 7—7 Alexis O 19 6 O 25 Touchdowns — Alexis, McBride Clevenger, Hart, Farm; Winola, Anderson. Points after touchdowns—Alexis, McBride: Winola. Beard Re/eree, Moran; umpire, Heth. Fight Results By The Associated Press KEY WEST, Fla.-Tony Mammarelli, 131, Pittsburgh, outpoint­ ed Jerry Powers, 130, St. Louis, 10. TOKYO—Puntip Keosuriya, 112, Thailand outpointed Seisaku Saito, 112, Japan in 10. BAKERSFIELD, Calif.-Gaspar Ortega, 149, Mexico and Tony Noriega, 148V*, Bakersfield, Calif., drew 10. Trojans Pull Game Out of Fire, 7-2 ELMWOOD — Wayne Harding and Dick Hamman got together to perform the heroics as Elmwood squeezed out a 7-2 decision over Dunlap here Friday night. Harding, who started the contest at halfback and moved to quarterback later, tossed a 35- yard touchdown pass: to halfback Hammon with only Hi minutes remaining in the contest to wipe out the 2-0 advantage which Dunlap had held since the first quarter. Harding ran for the extra point. Dunlap was credited with two markers in the initial stanza when a bad pass from center on a punting play by Elmwood resulted in the ball going out of the end zone. Dunlap (2) Robinson Garland Schiclien Brown Dean Landes Simpson Phedsfold Hufon Schwabs Reed le It lg c rg rt re qb hb hb fb Elmwood (7) Smith Steele Dawson Worsfold Roffey Runyon Keyser Dal ley Harding Hammon Hall Score by quarters: Dunlap 2 0 0 0— 2 Elmwood 0 0 0 7—7 Referee, Crlsco; umpire, Williams; head lineman, Schmidt. ROVA 31. AlWood fl. Walnut 31, Princeville 8. F.ric 30, Cambridge 7 Colllnsvllle 14, St. Louis Roosevelt 13. Alton 14, Qulncy 13. Sterling 6, Nnwman Sterling 0. Morrison 2fl, Polo 0. Prophctstown 20, Rivcrdalo 12. Clinton 28. Lnkeview 0. Mattoon 13, Mt. Vernon 8. Paris 14. Tuscola 0. Cedar Rapids Washington 21, Rock Island 14. Rock Island Alleman 13, Davenport Assumption 0. Cedar Rnplds Jefferson 20, Moline 7. Davenport Central 40 East Moline f). Momcnee 33, Crete-Monee 13. Warren in Win Over VIT, 25-14 MONMOUTH - Warren High School racked up three touchdowns in the second half, after trailing by a 14-6 score at intermission, and scored a 25-14 victory over VIT Friday night. V1T drew first blood when Ed Whcrely went around left end for 25 yards and the score, climaxing a 55-yard drive. In the second quarter, Whcrely also went around left end for a touchdown, this time for 41 yards. The visitors kicked both of the extra points. Warren went to the air for its first TD when Randy Rogers passed to Garry Way for 18 yards and the score. The conversion attempt failed. In the third quarter, the Warriors took the lead with a pair of touchdowns. Rodgers sneaked over from the one and went over later on a 5-yard keeper play. Coach Harold Davis' charges scored an insurance TD in the final period when Dave Lee plunged over from the two to end a 40-yard march. Jerry Nied kicked tho extra point. Warren Ends—Hanson and Hlppen. Tackles—FLIlman and Casteel. Cuard—Nied and Crum. Center—Whiteman. Quarterback—Rodgers. Halfbacks—O'Brien and Way. Fullback—Lee. Score by quarters: VIT --- 7 7 0 0 —14 Warren 0 8 12 7—25 SPECIAL SCHOOL TERM SUBSCRIPTION RATES TO COLLEGE STUDENTS FOR THE (9 MONTH) SCHOOL TERM BY MAIL IN ILLINOIS, IOWA, and MISSOURI $7.00 ($2.75 Saving) BY MAIL OUTSIDE ILLINOIS, IOWA, and MISSOURI $10.00 ($3.50 Saving) For less than Sc • day the student can keep in daily contact with his alma mater as well as all the news In and around his home town. THIS OFFER EXPIRES OCTOBER 1 Circulation Department Galesburg Register-Mail

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