The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on October 8, 1967 · Page 27
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Tht Pantagraph C-3 Bloomington-Normal, III. Sun., Oct. 8, 1967 Rugged Redbirds Blank Central Missouri, 27-0 Rick Shemansky (26) tries to Darrell Althide (43) in first football game with Central Carth By Ed Alsene KENOSHA. Wis. - Saved twice by fumble recoveries, Illinois Wesleyan University gave Carthage one too many openings Saturday and lost an important football game, 23-14. The Titans appeared on their way to a 2-0 College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin record after Ron Krogh's five-yard touchdown run sent them ahead, 14-10, with 8 minutes 46 seconds remaining. But a leaky pass defense in the closing three minutes finally proved their undoing. A 22-yard scoring play from quarterback Terry Halsey to end Gus Vaughan with 2:47 left saddled the visitors with a 2-2 over-all record and a 1-1 CCIW mark. Halsey Adds Insurance Halsey's 50-yard run with 1:34 left merely put another ribbon on the Redmen's second CCIW triumph in as many games. They have a 3-1 over-all record. Twice after the Titans had gone ahead, the Redmen had ridden long passes into scoring territory, only to fumble away the opportunities. Each time the fumbler was Halsey, who took over after starter Greg Sadowski was sent to the sidelines by a fierce Joe Barth tackle late in the first half. Berardi Recovers Linebacker Kelly Kane fell on Linemen from Illinois Wesleyan and Carthage are all tangled up as Bill Farrard , (hidden) kicks point after Titans' second touchdown Saturday at Kenosha, Wis. ' Identifiable players are Jim Hosteller Redbird provide running room for quarter of Illinois State's Missouri Saturday night. age Stuns Titans Yardstick w c Total First Downs 16 15 By rushing B 9 By passing 8 3 By penalty 0 3 Net yards gained from Scrimmage 203 357 By rushing 66 243 By passing 137 114 Passes attempted 27 10 Completed 13 5 Intercepted by 0 2 Number of punts 7 5 Average distance 58.0 35.0 Number of fumbles 3 4 Own fumbles recovered ..2 0 Yards penalized 45 IS the first bobble with 7:47 left. The Titans' Bill Duncan punted 40 yards on third down and Carthage started from its 42. Fullback Larry Ebert, whose 39-yard throw to Larry Weiss set up the previous threat, found Bill Heinkel for a 31-yard gain to Wesleyan's 27. But five plays later, Titan end Dick Berardi covered Halsey's second fumble at the 16. Two plays netted six yards and with 3:03 remaining, Duncan dropped back to punt on third down. He was rushed badly, and Chris Pivovar blocked the punt. Carthage took over on the 22 and Halsey hit Vaughan in the right corner on second down. Wesleyan couldn't move after the TD, Duncan punted again, and Halsey turned right end for 50 yards on first down. One Yard Short The Titans missed a chance to take control of a 7-7 game in the third quarter when a drive fell a yard short. JpMt.: .. . , : I Doing the Tangle Sfopped The Mules' defense led by Bruce Black (66), Gary Hayes (64) and Rich Price (44) stopped Althide. ISU defeated the Mules, 27-0. (Pantagraph Photos) It had started with Jim Hos-tetler's recovery of a Halsey fumble on the Wesleyan 32. With workhorse John Thome carrying six times and Dewar hitting Daydif with one 11-yard pass, Wesleyan moved to a first down at the Carthage four. But thorne netted only one yard in three thrusts and De-war was stopped a yard short on fourth down. Two Pass Plays Backfire A few minutes later the Ti tans were in trouble. Dewar lost 14, then fumbled after be ing trapped 12 yards behind the line on the next down. Car thage's Ed Plagemann recov-ered at the Wesleyan 39. Aided by a roughing the punt er penalty and another infrac tion the Redmen moved to a first down at the nine but got only to the five in three tries. Freshman Dan Schmidt then came in to try a field goal from the 13. The kick veered to the left but hit the upright and slith ered through for a 10-7 lead. Daydif Snags Long Throw Wesleyan came right back with a 48-yard scoring march following Tom McWhinnie's 25- yard kickoff return. Dewar hit Daydif on a 14-yarder for one first down. Then Daydif broke free down the middle, Dewar evaded one rusher and hurled a perfect pitch that Daydif carried to the three for a 40-yard gain. Thorne lost two before Krogh went over. (73) and Jim Jarrett (lower right) of Wesleyan and Bob Raleigh (59) and Chris Pivovar (70) of Carthage. Kick put Wesleyan ahead, 14-10, but Carthage rallied and triumphed, 23-14. (Wesleyan Photo) Bill Farrar kicked the extra point, his 10th without a miss. The first half was tamer. Sa- dowski's 64-yard run set up Ebert s one-yard scoring run the first time Carthage had the ball. Gamble Pays Off Thome's 44-yard punt return early in the second quarter started Wesleyan toward a tie, It took a fourth down pass from freshman Bob Lmder to fresh man end Dave McGregor to keep the drive going. A Dewar-Thorne seven-yard aerial netted another first down and Dewar hit Daydif with a seven-yard scoring pitch. Far-rar's kick tied the score. Thome was a bright spot. Un til he tired along with his blockers he was averaging five yards per carry, and he still managed 93 yards on 28 carries. Halsey gained 77 yards on 17 carries, Ebert made 69 in 18 tries and Sadowski picked up 64 on three rushes for Car thage. 'Flat,' Says Larson Wesleyan had a 16-15 advantage in first downs, but Car thage had a 357-203 margin in yardage from scrimmage. The Titans' net by rushing was only 66 due to 107 yards of losses on pass and punt plays. "We were flat. I could tell it before the game," said a dis couraged IWU coach, Don Lar son, who now must hope for help from another CCIW mem ber if the Titans are to have a shot at their third title in four years. Millikin will be the homecom ing foe at Wesleyan Stadium next Saturday. WESLEYAN E Daydif, Cavltt, Barth, Berardi, Bea-ty, McGregor, Duncan; T White, jar-rett, Brickman, Hosteller, Rogers; G Kellett, Stromberg, Skelton, Johnson, Pike, Strachan, Calvert; C Beaumont, Potter; B Dewar, Pfeifftr, McWhinnie, i norne, u. zora, Krogn, Kane, under, Brumfield, Wilson, Farrar, Stran, Rut-ledge. CARTHAGE E Weiss. Vaughan, Klein. Droese. Franklin; T Pivovar, Anacher, Denman, Beverley; G Zapf, Neider, Raleigh, Kiagemar.n; t oooiKOWItcn, Lee, Topeli B Sadowski, Simpson, Heinkel, Ebert. Halsey, -Schmidt, Zieth, Labs, Sobczak, Scott, Williams, Zlegler. Score bv Quarters i : i in 0 7 0 714 7 0 0 It 23 Wesleyan Carthage Wesleyan Scorin9 TD Daydif (7 yd. pass from Dewarl; Krogh (3 yd. run). pat rarrar, 2 (kicks). Carthage Scoring TD Ebert (1 yd. run); Vaughan (22 yd. oass from Hal sey); Halsey (50 yd. run). PAT Schmidt, 2 (kicks). FG Schmidt (23 yd. kick). Officials Referee, Glen Fortln; Umpire. Stu Popp; Head Linesman, Tim Molarity; Field Judge, Jim Millhouse. Northern 28-14 Victor DE KALB, III. (AP) - North ern Illinois threw up an un breachable defense in the sec ond half Saturday night and rolled on to a 28-14 football vie tory over Ball State of Indiana Sparking the NIU offense was sophomore halfback Bruce Bray who carried the ball 11 times for 110 yards. Also aiding the win ning cause was sophomore quarterback Bob Carpenter. He threw 35 passes and completed 18 for 228 yards and two touch downs. WIU Loses DE PERE, Wis. (AP) - St. Norbert College outclassed Western Illinois University Sat urday night and gained a 26-0 non-conference football victory, By Bob Westlund Pantagraph Sports Writer Using a rock-hard defense and a lightening-fast offensive thrust, Illinois State University took its fourth straight victory of the season at Hancock Field Saturday night with an impressive 27-0 decision over highly-regarded Central Missouri State. So tough was the Kedbird de fense that the visitors failed to i penetrate into the hosts' half of the gridiron until late in the final stanza when most of the game starters were taking a well-deserved rest. The defense yielded only 40 net yards rushing and 121 yards passing. Praises Line "We did a fine job against a fine team," Coach Larry Bitcon told his jubilant Redbird Central Missouri quarterback Billy Mc-Cann (14) is in trouble as Illinois State defensive end Ron Kruse (89) gives LOCAL Illinois State 27, Central Missouri Statt Carmage 23, Illinois Wesleyan 14 HIGH SCHOOL Fenger 30, Marlst 13 Lake View 33, Kelvyn Park O Chicago Latin 33, Elgin Academy 0 Tinley Park 31, Bradley Glenbard East 14, Willowbrook 0 Evanston 47, Morton East 7 Glenbard West 34, Proviso West 0 Waukegan 21, New Trier East 6 North Shore 20, Morgan Park Acade my 12 Deerfield 41, Glenbrook South 0 Wheaton North 44, Elmwood Park 6 Bremen 7, Evergreen Park 7 (tie) Antioch 12, Wauconda t Wheeling 33, Elk Grove 0 Thornton 59, Richards 1 Maine East 10, York 7 Fenton 26, Mundelein 14 Lyons 0, Riverside 0 (tie) Oak Park 19, Highland Park 14 McHenry 7, North Chicago 6 Dunbar 12, Vocational 0 Joliet Catholic 20. Immaculate Conceo- tlon 7 Angel Guardian 25, Francis Parker 20 Homewood 9, Oak Lawn 7 Morton West 13, Addison Trail t Harper 19, Kennedy 13 Niles West 6, Nlles North 0 Harrison 34, Roosevelt 6 Lake Park 14, Ridgewood 7 Crystal Lake 7, Woodstock 7 (tie) Lake Forest 14, Warren 7 Proviso East 14, Niles East 9 Luther North 20, Luther South 13 Taft 13, Austin 12 Prospect 28, Palatine 21 Grant 18, Grayslake 7 St. Francis De Sales 1, Stevenson 0 New Trier West 13, Gienbrook North 0 Rich East 37, Lincoln-Way 7 Walther 35, Wheaton Academy 11 Round Lake 39, Lake Zurich 7 Bowen 13, Kelly 12 Sullivan 15, Amundsen 0 Forest View 25, Fremd 0 Thornton Fractional South 27, Thornton Fractional North 0 Rich Central 13, Crete-Monee Rockford West 49, Belvidere 0 Freenort Aguin 15, Galena 12 Ashton 9, Franklin Center 0 Beloit Catholic 25, Honoegah 0 Oregon 27, Mt. Carroll 0 Hampshire 10, Marengo JV 0 West Levden 26, Downers Grove South 20 COLLEGE CCIW Carroll 34, North Park 14 Millikin 41, North Central 30 Ohio Wesleyan 35, Augustana 14 MAC Central Michigan 21, Eastern Illinois 0 STATE Lakeland 37, Eureka College 6 Northern Illinois 28, Ball State 14 Norbert College 26, Western Illinois 0 Wayne State 31, Illinois-Chicago., t Wheaton 34, Wabash 0 Earlham 23, Elmhurst 6 St. Procopius 25, Curver-Slockton 13 Lake Forest 26, Concordia 14 Eastern Carolina 21, Southern Illinois 8 Principia )3, Illinois College 0 Beloit 25, Knox 14 BIS TEN Indiana 20, Illinois 7 Nclre Dame 56, Iowa 4 Navy 26, Michigan 21 Michigan State 35, Wisconsin 7 Minnesota 23, Southern Methodist 3 Purdue 25, Northwestern 16 Ohio State 30, Oregon 0 Southeast Missouri 25, Bradley 0 MIDWEST Missouri 17, Arizona 3 Western Michigan 10, Bowling Green e Ohio University 30, Kansas 15 Nebraska 16, Kansas State 14 Miami, Ohio, 21, Kenf State 7 Wittenberg 41, Central Ohio State 7 Murrav State 71. Iowa Wesleyan 12 Washington, "-. 13, Southwestern Memphis 10 Northwood Institute 45, Ohio Northern 24 William Jewell 28, Rolla 14 Olivet 24, Albion 7 Alma 20, Hope 18 Northern Michigan 35, Hillsdale Adrian 14, Kalamazoo 3 Ripon 47, Grinned 7 Dubuque 12, Wartburg 0 Northern Iowa 23, Augustana, S.D., 10 Coe 31, Carleton 20 Cornell, Iowa 40, Monmouth 19 Westmar 14, Northwestern, Iowa, 0 Upper Iowa 22, Buena Vista 6 Eastern Michigan 47, Adelberl hwwvwm Yardstick isu Total First Downs 19 By rushing 16 By passing 1 By penalty 2 Net yards sained from Scrimmage 377 By rushing 330 By passing 47 Passes attempted 4 Completed 2 Intercepted by 2 Number of punts 5 Average distance 39.4 Number of fumbles 3 Own fumbles recovered . . 2 Yards penalized 36 CMS 10 4 4 2 '61 40 121 29 11 1 10 43.3 2 I 98 charges in the locker room following the action. "We're going to give away a couple of game balls to a couple of tough senior lettermen," he went on. "These are for Zimmerman (Dick) and Bjorstad (Steve)". They are the starting offensive tackles for the Red-birds. "Our line really did a fine job both ways for us," Bitcon " ' Scrambling Mule Football Hcsults John Carroll 41, Case O Baldwin-Wallace 47, Oberlin 20 Ashland, Ohio 21, Ferris State, Mich., 7 Gustavus Adolphis 26, Minnesota-Duluth 16 Concordia 44, Augsburg 8 Mankato 28, Michigan Tech 7 Yankton, S.D., 29, Minnesota Morris 13 Parons, Iowa, 24, Lincoln, Mo., 7 Tarkio, 27, St, Mary of the Plains 14 Southwestern, Kan., 15, Bethany, Kan., 0 Tulsa 58, Idaho State 0 Drake 7, Maryville, Mo., 0 Pittsburg, Kan., 7, Springfield, Mo., 0 Ot'iwa, Kan., 10, College of Emporia 0 North Dakota State 71, Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0 Macalester 6, St. John's, Minn., 0 Akron 19, Youngslown Stale 12 Simpson 13, Luther, Iowa, 6 Central, Iowa 7, William Penn 7 South Dakota State 24, Morningside 15 East Central, Okla., 35, Northeastern, Okla., 7 Southwestern, Okla., 13, Central State, Okla., 6 Cameron State 21, Okla. Military 7 Langston 19, Panhandle A8.M 17 Southeastern, Okla.. 20. Northwestern. Okla., 14 EAST West Virginia 15, Pillsburgh 0 YaleU, Connecticut 6 UCLA 17, Penn State 15 Harvard 29, Boston Univershy 14 C. W. Post 20, Alfred 15 Kings Point 14, Union 13 Rutgers 14, Lehigh 7 Duke 10, Army 7 Wesleyan 29, Bowdoin 0 Rhode Island 13, New Hampshire Vermont 18, Maine 7 Cornell 23, Colgate 7 Wagner 20, Moravian 0 Hobart 14, St. Lawrence 14, tie Allegheny 34, Carnegie Tech 20 Northeastern 41, Colby 6 American International 20, Amherst 18 Princeton 28, Columbia 14 Dartmouth 24, Holy Cross Syracuse 7, Maryland 3 Pennsylvania 28, Brown 7 Holstra 33, Delaware 31 Upsala 22, Drexel Tech 20 Western Maryland 20, Lvcominq 0 PMC Colleges 28, Muhlenberg 24 Shippensburg 32, Slippery Rock 0 Southern Connecticut 21, Brockport 0 Norwich 16, Coast Guard 10 Johns Hopkins 43, Ursinus 0 Dickinson 34, Havertord 14 Morgan State 36, Maryland Stale 29 Williams 13, Rochester 12 Gettysburg 16, Tufls 0 Wilkes 14, Delaware Vallev 13 Middlebury 13, Worcester Tech 8 i Hamilton 22, Renssalaer 0 i Manst 20, Manhattan 18 Buffalo 44, Temple 14 Waynesburg 61, California, Pa., 6 Delaware State 16, Howard, DC, 0 Westminister, Pa., 26, Geneva 0 Cortland State II, Ithaca 7 Bloomsburg 34, Susquehanna 19 Southern Connecticut 21, Brockport 14 Thiel 20, Bethany, W. Va., 13 Cincinnati 14, Wichita State 6 Valparaiso 21, Butler 7 Depauw 16, Evansville 16, tie Indiana State 13, St. Joseph's Ind., 0 Hanover 52, Manchester 13 Indiana Central 13, Rose Poly 13, tie , Franklin 40, Anderson 23 Northland 13, Bethel 0 Lawrence 8, St. Ola( 7 Plalteville 35, Stout 14 uvwosn I, Kiver hails o Milton 39, Northwestern, Wis., 16 Xavier, Ohio 7, Marshall 0 Springfield 20, Albright 10 Bridqewater State 6. Curry 6, tie Swarthmore 23, Franklin and Marshall SOUTH Louisiana State 37, Florida 6 Georgia 21, South Carolina 0 Georgia Tech 10, Clemson 0 Vanderbilt 21, North Carolina 7 William and Mary 33, Virginia Military 28 Auburn 48, Kentucky 7 Elon 21, Presbyterian 20 Virginia Tech 3, Villanova 0 Newberry 23, Frederick 15 Favettevllle 14, SI. Pauls 6 Guilford 47, Otterbein 13 Kentucky State 52, North Carolina College 7 Arkansas 26, Texas Christian 0 Winston-Salem State 20, Livingstone 14 layior 21, Georgetown, Ky., 0 Virginia State College 38, Shaw 17 Concord College 29, West Liberty 21 Austin Peay 10, Morehead Stale Alabama 21, Mississippi 7 Elon 21, Presbyterian 20 Gallaudet 18, Shepherd 1 continued. "Defensively they were almost impossible to pene trate and offensively there was some great blocking. "It was a great team effort," he concluded before offering congratulations to each of his players for their all-out efforts. The eager Redbirds didn't waste any time in dampening the spirits of the Missouri in vaders. Kinnikin Converts Alter holding the Mules during the first series of downs, Guy Homoly took in the visitors' punt on the Redbirds' 40-yard line, danced through a host of would-be tacklers along the west sideline and then burst to the middle of the end zone for six points. The 60-yard punt runback was followed by an extra point conversion by senior Jerry Kinnikin, his first of three PATs chase. McCann escaped Kruse but was pushed out of bounds seconds later by charging Redbird defense. Washington and Lee i, Centre 0 Randolph-Macon 27, Millsaps 7 Glenville 7, West Virginia Tech 0 Fairmont 48, West Virginia Wesleyan 0 Chattanooga 21, Northeast Louisiana 14 Southern Univ. 21, Arkansas AM&N 16 Tennessee Tech 43, East Tennessee 27 Southern Mississippi 48, Tampa 0 Florida State 19, Texas A&M 18 Forf Valley State 19, Knoxville College a Virginia 14, Wake Forsst 12 Louisville 29, Dayton 7 Citadel 20, Arkansas State 7 Texas Southern 64, Mississippi Valley stare u Alcorn 69, Wiley 0 Southeastern Louisiana 31, Trinity 0 Texas Arlington 17, McNeese 16 Grambling 26, Tennessee AM 24 Tennessee Tech 43, East Tennessee 22 Emory & Henry 35, Maryville 7 Sewanee 51, Fordham 7 Lane Tenn., 52, Paul Guinn 0 Slate College of Ark. 22, Harding, Ark. 7 Arkansas A&M 13, Ouachita 10 Eastern Kentucky 14, Middle Tennessee State 7 J.C. Smith 55, Morris Brown 0 Salem 22, Bluefield State 7 Southwestern Louisiana 20, Louisiana Tech 14 Randolph-Macon 27, Millsaps 7 ! Northwestern, La., State 28, Pensacola ; Navy 16 i Mississippi College 28, Florence State ;22 ; Virginia Union 27, Elizabeth City 26 I Norfolk State 17, North Carolina A&T 14 Albany, Ga., Slate 73, Morris, S.C., 0 Tennessee-Martin 38, Jacksonville State 0 Troy Slate 7, Delta State 0 Emory and Henry 35, Maryville, Tenn., 6 SOUTHWEST Sul Ross 40, Emporia, Kan., 7 Austin 27, Nebraska Wesleyan 7 McMurry 13, East Texas State 9 Texas 19, Oklahoma State 0 Mississippi Slate 7, Texas Tech 3 North Carolina State 16, Houston 6 Baylor 10, Washington Stale 7 New Mexico Highlands 42, Adams State, Colo., 7 Utah 42, New Mexico 27 North Texas State 31, New Wexico State 31, tie Arizona Slate 33, Texas-El Paso 32 Tarleton State 28, Texas Lutheran 26 Howard Payne 20, Sam Houston 0 West Texas Slate 24, Colorado State 14 lexas a&i 16, Stephen F. Austin 0 Southwest Texas State 47. Ana In Sfl 20 Lamar Tech 41, Ouanlico Marines 6 Western New Mexico 21, Eastern Newi Mexico 19 rAK wfcbT Southern California 3, Stanford 0 San Dieqo State 20, Longbeach Slate 7 California 14, Air Force 12 Colorado 34, Iowa State 0 1 Colorado State College 14. Western State 7 Montana 21, University of the Pacific 7 Fort Lewis 47, Colorado Mines 28 Utah State 28, Memphis State 13 Washington 13, Oregon Slate s Wyoming 26, Brigham Young 10 California Lutheran 49, Claremont-Mudd 0 Hayword State 47, Humbolt State 23 Northern Arizona 41, Omaha 13 Cal-Sanla Barbara 21, Whiltier 0 Carroll, Mont., 21, Rocky Mountain 7 ban F-rancisco Slate 34, Nevada 6 Southern Colorado St. 20, Washburn 0 Eastern Washington 33, Western Washington 14 Willamette 40, Pacific Lutheran 13 Lewis & Clark 20, Univ. of Puget Sound 14 Sacramento Slate 23, Portland State 21 Montana State 41, Idaho 14 Western Montana 16, Westminster 7 Cerrudo Leads PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) Ron Cerrudo, runner-up in the British Amateur, fired a five-under-par 67 Satur day to take the first day lead among a field of 111 young golfers in the Professional Golfers' Association's training school tournament. before being knocked out dur ing a third quarter play. Mike Phillips, the daring little Redbird quarterback, set up his own second-quarter touch- down with a 22-yard end sweep. Central was also assessed 15 yards on the play, moving the : ball down to the visitors' 21. After Rick Shemansky rammed over left tackle to the nine, Phillips sped around right end the final distance to pay- dirt. He got a key block from guard Hank Guenther at the five to open the way. 21-0 At Half The scoring in the first half wasn't completed though. With 1:19 left Phillips faded and tossed the long bomb to end Harold Olson who took it in on the 20 and raced untouched the remainder of the way to the striped zone. The play covered 43 yards, and with Kinnikin's kick the Redbirds were in com mand 21-0 at the intermission. Homoly took the second half opening kickoff on his own 10 and returned it to his 33 where the Redbirds started a drive : that went to the visitors' 45. A fumble recovery by CMS's Jim Herbert stopped it short. With big defensive tackle Denny Nelson leading the charge, the Redbirds pushed the Mules back to the 40 on the next series of downs before forcing them to punt. Starting on their own 24, the Redbirds then started a march which was climaxed by Jed Waters' one-yard plunge with 3:42 left in the third period. Butch Cotter's extra point attempt was wide and the final. 27-0 tally registered on th scoreboard. Down to 11 Central drove to ISU's 1.1-'. yard line late in the fourth quarter, but again the defense arose to the occasion and ended the thrust. Shemansky wound up as the game's leading rusher with 85 yards on 12 carries with Waters a close second off 76 yards from 10 carries. Phillips completed two of three passes for 47 yards and a touchdown, and Homoly returned five punts for 93 yardj and a touchdown. Steve Eckinger, Central's sec ond string quarterback, cama off the bench to connect on seven of 14 passes for 105 yards, which ranked as the top indi vidual effort for the visitors. This Saturday ISU opens its Interstate Conference action at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, with a 2 p.m. contest. CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE E Frost, Covey, Richison, Hunsbergeri T UrczvK, St. Louis, Dill, Hayes; G Witkowski, Rhoades; C Carraway; B McCann, Johnson, Morlok, Baker, Brum mitt. Black, Moore, Green, Guice, Lang, Kemp. ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY E Krieg, Bolinder, Olson, Kruse, Williams, Homoly, Mayer, James, New. brough; T Zimmerman, Biornslad, Nelson, Beilfuss, Rudicil, Stone, Sanford, Sturqeon; G Court, Guenther, Rogers, Sturgeon, Battlsta, Cygan, Goschke; C Parrilli, Minser, Whitaker; B Phillips, Mokszyckl, Waters, McNamara, Sheman. sky, Covert, Giles, Minser, Rader, Alt-hide, Person, Cotter, Tresenriter. Score by Quarters 1 2 1 4 T1 Central Missouri 0 0 0 00 Illinois State 7 14 0 027 Illinois State Scoring TD Homoly (60 yd. punt return); Phillips yd. run)i Olson (43 yd. pass from Phillips); Watert (1 yd. plunge). PAT Kinnikin, 3 (kicks). Officials Referee, Cole; Umpire, Wilson; Head Linesman, Scheffler; Field Judge. Knowles; Back Judge, Johnson. Individual I, ca tiers ILLINOIS STATE Rushme Player Aft. Gain Lest Net Shemansky 12 89 4 85 Waters 10 76 0 76 Althide 12 55 1 54 Phillips 11 51 9 42 McNamara 10 32 0 32 Mokszycki 8 29 5 24 Person 3 9 0 4 Kinnikin 2 7 0 7 Murino 110 1 Rader 2 0 0 O Passinf Player Aft. Cmp. Int. Yds. Phillips 3 2 1 47 Kinnikin 10 10 Pais Receivini Player Ne. Yds. TO nitr.n 1 i3 1 ! AAnktivrb i 1 4 a CENTRAL MISSOURI Rushing Player Att. Gain Loss Net Johnson 10 28 0 58 Roberts 4 Root 3 I Morlok 1 22 12 3 0 12 0 22 0 17 0 3 12 -12 25 -13 I Eckinger 2 McCann Passine Player McCann Eckinger Player Art. Cme. Int. Yds. 15 4 0 16 14 7 1 105 Pass Receiving No. Yds. TO Frosl 4 Smith 3 Covey I Carlson , 1 Reeves 1 Root 1 Southwest Mo. Raps Bradley CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) Southeast Missouri mounted a fourth quarter attack and blasted Bradley University 25-0 Saturday night at Cape Girardeau. Walt Smallwood scored two touchdowns in the last period and Al Peolker one to lead the Indians. Two of the southeast touchdowns were set up on interceptions. jr - - -

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