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Corpus Christi Scores 13-7 Victory Both TDs Scored in 3rd Period By JOE MORRISSEY Completely dominating play in the second half after a 7-0 deficit at intermission, Corpus Christi's Friars fashioned a successful 1963 home debut Friday night at Lombard Field. Western High School, a consolidation of Buda and Sheffield, was the victim of Corpus Christi's second half onslaught which catapulted the Friars to a 13-7 victory. Quarterback Pat Prina once again blazed the way for the Corpus Christi triumph but had Valley Rips Industry in Loop Play FAIRVIEW — Scoring touchdowns in every quarter, the Valley Vikings rolled to a 46-0 lead over Industry in a WILCO Conference game here Friday night. It was the second straight win for Coach Hank Bennett's charges. In the first quarter Morse scored on a 25 yard end run. The try for the extra point failed. In the second quarter a four- yard plunge by Piatt upped the Viking total. The extra point was made by the left hallfback Morse, Later in that same quarter fullback Woodall hit pay dirt on a three yard run. Woodall also scored the extra point. The right halfback, Piatt, scored twice in the third quarter. He picked up these two six- pointers on a six-yard plunge and a 30-yard end run. Conversions were made by Woodall and Voorhees. In that same quarter Helle scored on a 50-yard end run. The fourth quarter scoring was done by Voorhees on a 60-yard end sweep. A tremendous Valley offense and a sparkling defense was too much for the outmanned Industry team. Valley le It lfi c rg rt re more than ample support from his backfield mates and a hard- charging Friar line. It was the second victory for the charges of Coach Jim Phclan in as many outings. They will play their first Little Six Conference game of the season next Friday when they host the sJways strong Alcdo Green Dragons on the Lombard gridiron. The Western Rams, defending Little Eight Conference champions, who have most of last year's squad back, are now 1-1 for the season. Breaks Ice Western was the first to hit paydirt, scoring on a 17-yard aerial from Tom Carper to John STATISTICS w. First Downs 8 Total Yards - 184 Passes Attempted 8 Passes Completed 5 Punting Average 2!) Penalties 40 Fumbles 3 Fumbles Lost 2 C.C. 14 150 9 1 33 in 1 0 Holister Chatterton Eftland Parli Ferry Ludu, ig Melvin Kenelly Morse Piatt Woodall hb hb fb Industry Hammond Lawyer Price Roc Goodwin Vail Jones Kumeich Sears Formran Plank Score by quarters: Valley „ 6 14 20 6—46 Industry 0 0 0 0— 0 Referee, Hurst; umpire, Allen; head lineman, Delahunt Late Rally Gives Win To Warren MONMOUTH — The Warren Warriors rallied in the final quarter to turn back a tough Stronghurst team, 9-6, here Friday night. A sensational 50-yard punt return by halfback Ken O'Brien brought the Warren fans to life. Later in that same quarter Jerry Nied split the uprights from six' yards out for a field goal to put the Warren team ahead to stay. The Trojans of Stronghurst scored their only touchdown in the second quarter on a six-yard quarterback sneak by Larry Jacobs. After this touchdown the Trojan attack was halted. It was the second win in as many starts for the Warriors who defeated VIT 25-14 last week in their opener. Last night's was a Bi-County victory for Warren. Stronghurst Vancil Ferguson Schar Wilson Jack Kemp Andrews Jacobs Can?Ul Fort Fort Warren le Hippen It Filman lg Nide c Whiteman rg Crum rt McConnel re Hanson qb Rodgers hb O'Brien hb Way fb Lee ..0 6 0 0—6 Warren 0 0 0 9—9 Referee, Kalosh; umpire, Doran; head lineman, Powel. Entertain your guests in the Grand Manner . . . At- Briar Knoll 461 acres of lush, upland game shooting area located six miles south of U.S. 30 at Amboy, 111. Five-month season October 15— March 15 Pheasant membership and fee $350.00 for 35 pheasants. Quail, chukar partridge and turkey available Applications now being accepted P.O. BOX G, DIXON, ILLINOIS Telephone Sublette. 111., 39S3 Behrends early in the second quarter. Halfback John Van Drew slashed over for the extra point and the visitors led 7-0. This lead held up until early in the third period when Prina returned a punt 73 yards for the score, doing a tight-rope act to stay inside the chalk mark. A conversion try was blocked, but the Rams were offside and the Friars got another chance. This time Prina split the uprights to tie the count at 7-7. A brilliant defensive play by freshman Lui Spinillo stopped what looked like a sure-fire touchdown by Western as the horn sounded ending foe first half. Behrends, on the tail-end of a 75 -yard run pass play, was out in the open when the Friar halfback nailed him. from behind on the two-yard line. Sets Stage The game remained deadlocked until midway in the third quarter when a recovered fumble by Steve Mills on the Western 30 put the Friars in scoring territory. They reeled off two first downs and Ridings powered over from the two. Prina's placement on the conversion was low, but the Friars held a 13-7 edge. The locals so completely dominated play in the second half that the Rams did not get a first down until the last two minutes of play. They reeled off two first downs in a desperation drive but an interception by Prina ended the march. Western Corpus Christi Behrends le Rcavy Rosenow It Hanrahan Carper lg Fox Standard c Starr Wright ri» Conover DeFieozcr rt Wilke Howctt. re? Kenn Carper qb Prina Roberta h 'l Spinilo VanDiew hb Miller Langford fb Da. Ridings Touchdowns — Corpus Christi, Prina, Ridings; Western, Berhends. Corpus Christ! subs—Dale Brooks, Mike Prin», Steve Mills. OFF TO THE RACES—Pat Prina is on his way to a touchdown on a 72-yard punt return in picture above. Running interference for Prina are Steve Mills (56) and Craig Wilke (66). The Friars scored a 13-7 victory over Western of Buda Friday night at Lombard Field. Roseville Romps Past Media, 34-13 ROSEVILLE — Trailing 6-0 at the end of the first quarter, the Roseville Panthers exploded for three touchdowns in the second quarter and went on to notch a 34-13 victory over the Media Bulldogs in Bi-County Conference play here Friday night. A. J. Cassidy to D. Roche aerial was good for 18 yards and a touchdown for Media in the first quarter to put the Bulldogs out in front. However, Stan Tinker of Roseville, tied the score when he raced over from the three on a quarterback sneak early in the second period. The Panthers went out in front when Jim Ault went off-tackle from the four and Tinker ran the extra point. Later in the second stanza Roseville's Dave Brent intercepted a pass and returned 55 yards Alexis Wins On 1st Half Touchdowns LITTLE YORK-Alexis made it two in a row Friday night, racing to a 12-7 victory over the Yorkwood Golden Bears in non- Conference play. The Cardinals of Coach Bob Houser scored single touchdowns in each of the first two periods and were on the long end of a 12-0 count when the two teams left the field at intermission. Yorkwood made it more than interesting when they came within five of the Cardinals with seven points in the third quarter. Nelson went over from the three and Avery ran for the extra point. Alexis had scored in the first quarter on a six-yard run up the to paydirt. Leo Schisler added the extra point on a running play. Roche scored his second touchdown for Media on an 18 yard sprint in the fourth quarter. However, the home team came right back with Wayne Rankin scoring on an intercepted pass and Schisler on a 33-yard run. Schisler tallied both extra points in this period. Media Roseville VanArsdale le Rankin Duncan It Renner R.White lg Plnney Kettelkamp c Allaman Schenck rg Brent McCollu rt Turner Roche re Wainman Hulet qb Tinker J.Whitc hb Tomlin Cassidy hb Schisler Gearhart fb Ault Score by quarters: Media 6 0 0 7—13 Roseville 0 20 0 14—34 Touchdowns — Roseville, Ault Brent, Tinker, Schisler, Rankin; Media, Roche 2. Points after touchdowns—Rose vllle, Schisler 3, Tinker; Media, Roche. C^alesburg Register-Mail GALESBURG, ILL., SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1963 PAGE 13 Union Wins 19-13 On Late Score ALEDO — Scoring their final touchdown as the final gun sounded, Union turned back Roosevelt Military Academy here Friday night, by a 19 to 13 score. RMA drew first blood in the second quarter as Ekerman scored on a six-yard plunge up the middle. Union then scored in the third quarter on a 50-yard run by Goth. Goth intercepted a flat pass and had an open field ahead of him. In th; fourth quarter, following a march of 45 yards, Goth went over from the one-yard line. RMA then went ahead on a 25- yard pass from Sanders to Stanfill, with Brown converting. As the gun sounded Goth completed a 45-yard pass to Ander Macomb Western Records 21-12 Win Over Bullets middle by Phil Clevenger. In the son. This same pair teamed up second period Steve McCreight for the extra point, and earned crashed over from the four. heroes' laurels. Major League Box Scores MILWAUKEE ab r hbl McMi'n 4 0 10 cW'd'rd O 0 0 0 Boiling 3 0 10 H.Aa'n 4 0 0 0 E.M'ws 2 0 0 0 Torre 3 0 10 Oliver 3 0 0 0 Menke 3 0 0 0 Cline 2 0 0 0 CHICAGO ab r h bl Cowan 4 0 10 Brock 0 0 0 0 Rodgers 4 12 1 Willi'ms 2 0 0 0 Santo 4 0 10 Hubbs 3 0 10 N.Ma'ws 3 0 0 0 B'abella 3 0 0 0 Schaffer 3 0 10 aUec'er 1 0 0 OIKllsw'lh 3 0 0 0 Lema'r 2 0 0 0 bT.A'n 1 0 0 0| Totals 28 0 3 01 Totals 20 1 6 1 a—Struck out for Cline in 9th; b—called out on strikes for Lemaster in 9th; c—ran for McMillan In 9th. Milwaukee 000 000 000—0 Chicago 000 000 Olx—1 E—Oliver, Menke, Rodgers. POA—Milwaukee 24-12; Chicago 27-5; DP—Ellsworth. Rodgers, and Boccabella; Hubbs, Rodgers and Boccabella; McMillan, Boiling and Oliver; Shaffer and Rodgers. LOB —Milwaukee 3; Chicago 6. 3B— Cowan. HR—Rodgers. ip h i er bbso Lemaster L, 11-12.8 6 112 8 Ellsw'th W, 21-10,9 i 0 0 2 6 VVP—Lemasterl U—Weyer, B«r- lick, Vargo, Williams. T—1 ;56. A— 1.004. NIGHT GAME ST. LOUIS | CINCINNATI ab r h bl ab r h bl Javier 4 0 1 OlRose 3 0 0 0 Groat 4 0 1 OiKasko 4 0 2 0 Musial 4 0 1 O'Pinson 3 0 0 0 Boyer 3 0 0 OiPavlet'b 3 110 White 3 0 0 OiHarpei 3 0 11 Flcod 3 0 0 0 Cardeas 3 0 0 0 McCa'r 3 0 0 0! Edwards 3 0 0 0 Altman 3 0 0 0 Tsito'ris 3 0 0 0 Sade'ki 2 0 0 0 aClens 1 0 0 0i Broglio 0 0 0 01 Tota)s30 0 3 o| Totals 28 I iT a—Struck out for Sadecki in 8th. Score by innings: St. Louis 000 000 000—0 Cincinnati 000 100 OOx—I E—None. PO-A— St. Louis 24-6, Cincinnati 27-8. DP—Altman and White. LOB—St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 4. 2B—Favletich. SB—Javier. IP Sadecki L, 10-9 -.7 Broglio .. 1 Tsitouris W, 11-8 .9 h r er bbso 5 110 4 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 6 U—Walsh, Burkhart, Pryor, Se- cory. T—1:54. A—11,155 CHICAGO I ab r h bi HTt'ger 5 110 Buford 3 0 10 Weis 10 11 Landis 4 0 10 Nicho'n 2 0 0 1 Wilh'rn 10 0 0 Ward 3 0 10 Carr'n 3 0 0 0 bRob'n 10 0 0 Hansen 3 0 0 0'aBrown McCr'w 3 1 1 OlFaul Fisher 2 0 0 0, Martin 0 0 0 Oi DETROIT ab r h bl Bruton 4 0 0 0 McAuJ'e 3 0 0 0 Cash 2 0 0 0 Colavito 3 0 0 0 Horton 4 0 10 Wert 4 0 1 0 Sullivan 3 0 0 0 G.Smith 2 0 0 0 Lolich 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals31 2 6 2! Totals 28 0 2 0 a—Hit into double play for Lolich in 7th; b—flied out for Carreon in 8th. Score by innings: Chicago 100 000 001—2 Detroit 000 000 000—O E—McAuliffe. PO-A—Chicago 2710, Detroit 27-9. DP—McCraw and Hansen. LOB—Chicago 11, Detroit 6. SB—Weis, Horton. S—Fisher. Martin. SF—Nicholson. h r er bb so 2 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 4 4 10 4 4 2 112 0 iP Fisher W, 9-8 — 7 Wilhelm 2 Lolich L, 5-9 7 Faul ...2 U — Stewart, Paparella, Rice. T—2:16. A—603. Napp, READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! TWILIGHT GAME KANSAS CITY | NEW YORK ab r h bi Tarta'll 6 0 0 0 Causey 6 12 0 Charles 5 0 0 0 Siebe'n 4 0 10 Cimoli 6 110 Lumpe 5 13 1 Green 1 0 0 OIGibbs Edw'ds 5 0 1 21 Boyer ab * hbl Linz 5 12 0 Gonzal'z 6 2 2 0 Tresh 5 2 12 Pepitone 6 0 10 Blanch'd 4 0 11 Lopez 4 0 12 " 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 c-LaR'sa 0 0 0 0;Ford 2 0 0 0 Wyatt 0 0 0 01 Renin 10 0 0 Harre'n 5 1 3 liHamilt'n 0 0 0 0 Segtii 2 0 1 0|bMantle 10 0 0 aEsse'n 1 0 1 O'Willi'ms 10 0 0 Sturdi't 1 0 0 0| dLau 1 0 0 01 Totals 48 4 13 4| Totals 44 ~5 "o ~5 a—Doubled for Segui In 7th; b— flied out for Hamilton in 9th; c— ran for Edwards in 13th; d— grounded out for Sturdivant in 13th. Score by innings: Kansas City ... Of 1 001 020 000 0—4 New York 202 000 000 000 1—5 E—Lopez, Linz, Boyer. PO-A— Kansas City 38-11, two out when winning run scored. New York 3923. DP—Linz and Pepitone; Boyer, Gonzalez and Pepitone. LOB— Kansas City 12, New York 8. 2B— Harrelson, Essegian, Edwards, Causey. HR—Tresh. S—Harrelson, Sturdivant. SF—Lopez. ip b r tr bbso Segui 6 6 4 4 4 3 Sturdivant 6 1 0 0 0 3 Wyatt L, 6 -4 *b 2 1 1 2 1 Ford 5 5 10 12 Reniff 3 6 3 2 2 2 Hamilton 1 0 0 0 0 0 Williams, W 9-4 _.4 2 0 0 _1_ 1 HBP~By WiiliamsT Edwards7 "u —Kinnamon. Runge, DiMuro, Stevens. T—3:17. READ TEE WANT ADS! KNOXVILLE _ Offensively speaking the Western Cardinals of Macomb and the Knoxville Blue Bullets had quite a first quarter Friday night at Stamp's Field before the visitors scored a 21-12 triumph. In fact, the entire game was well played and had spectator appeal. It was the 10th straight victory, going back to last year, for the Cardinals. Western scored first when Ron Riggins raced 66 yards to pay- dirt and then kicked the extra point. A 41-yard pass play from John Watson to Tim Logsden, accounted for the second Western score. Riggins booted the conversion again. Still in the first period, Knoxville got into the act when Rod Dennis dashed 45 yards to score. A running try for the extra point failed. Neither team scored in the second quarter, but in the third period John Rosine went over from one foot out for the Bullets to cap a 35-yard drive. However, the conversion missed again. A Knoxville fumble on their Pennant Race At a Glance By United Press International W. L. Pet. GB Git Los Angeles 95 59 .614 8 St. Louis 91 65 .587 5 6 Games remaining: Los Angeles (8) — Home (8); Pittsburgh Sept. 21, (n) 22; New York, Sept. 24 (n), 24 (n) 26 (n); Philadelphia, Sept. 27 (n), 28 (n) 29. St. Louis (6) — Home (3): Cincinnati, Sept. 27 (n), 28, 29. Away (3): At Cincinnati, Sept. 22; at Chicago, Sept 24, 25. own 25 set up the final touch down for the Cardinals. Joe McLaughlin went the last four yards for the TD and, you guessed it, Riggins kicked the extra point. Western (Macomb) Knoxville Walter Mathews Stomberg Ray Washabau^h Hughes Johnson Albright Rosine Dennis Young Abel lo Galloway It Ross lg Henderson c Crabb rg McGann rt Logsdon rc Watson c|b Riggins hb Vandcrburg hb McLaughlin fb Score by quarters: Western (Macomb) -.14 0 0 7—21 Knoxville ... 6 0 6 0—12 Touchdowns — Western, Riggins, Logsdon, McLaughlin: Knoxville, Dennis, Rosine. Points after touchdowns—Riggins 2. Referee, Papich; umpire, Sepich; head lineman, O'Toole. Orion Defeats AlWood, 12-6 A1WOOD — Orion turned back a stubborn AlWood team here Friday night by a score of 12 to 6. Larry Love fought his way into the end zone from the 11-yard ine to give Orion the lead. Steve Humphrey, AlWood fullback, tied the game up with an eight-yard jaunt to pay dirt. Then, in the final quarter, Bill Humphrey, Orion quarterback, put the game on ice for his team by plunging over from the one-yard line. Galva Cops 12-0 Win (Sec page eight for nctlon picture. > GALVA — Galva's Wildcats did all of their scoring in the first quarter here Friday night and made it stand up for a 12-0 victory over the Elmwood Trojans in Blackhawk Conference play. An Elmwood fumble recovered by Galva on the Trojan 45 set the stage for the home team's first scoring drive. Bill Havy wound up carrying the ball over from 20 yards out. They tried a kick for the extra point but it was no good. For the second touchdown, Astoria Romps To 264) Win Over Trojans AVON — Astoria jumped out to an early lead and was in charge all the way Friday night as the Pirates rolled to a 26-0 triumph in WILCO Conference play. Jim Mumme-t took a 40-yard pass play from Bud Wilson for Astoria's first touchdown and John Mummcrt ran the extra point. The next score came on a 10-yard run around end by Wilson and John Mummcrt again picked up the PAT. Jim Mummcrt ran 30 yards and Wilson passed to Dave Parr for 50 to close out the scoring. Ablorln Bushnell dodgers Gordon Lehman Waggoner H n m m Rose Wilson Jo.Mummcrt Jl.Mummcrt Clark lo It K' c r« rt rc t,b hb hb fb Avon Murray Pool Hamman Davis Antlers Sloan Panidis Dawson Bultemcler Srnsabaugh Chatterton 7 0 13 6—20 0 0 0 0—0 Mummcrt 2, later in the first period, Kent Bi:rnel.t ripped off 25 yards around left end. This time a running conversion attempt misfired. In other activity around th© Conference Wethcrsficld defeated Toulon ni-0, Bradford ripped Wyoming 27-0, Manlius raced [iast f'rincpville 27-7, and Dunlap edged Walnut, 13-12. Galva, Wethcrsfielrl and Manlius arc the only undefeated the 10-team con- all boast a 2-0 teams left in ferencc. They mark. Elmwood Smith Steel" Pa WSMP Woi-sfolfl T llunviin Hamman P.Uun.von II Harding Daley Hall Keyser Ir. If. lg c: re rt rc ff' hb hb fb Galva Lfiwin Ralcy Bonatl Olson Erlckson Shields Simmons Miller Hay Burnet; Maupin Seine hy quarters: Klmwood 0 0 0 0— 0 Galva _ .12 0 0 0—12 Touchdowns—Hay, Burnett. Score by quarters Astoria Avon Touchdowns — Jl. Wilson. Points after touchdowns — Jo. Mummcrt 2. Westmer Posts 25-7 Triumph JOY — Scoring a touchdown in every quarter, Westmer defeated Shcrrard, 25-7, in Corn belt Conference game here Friday night. Shcrrard was until the last they picked up a an extra point. Shorrard lo It lg held scoreless quarter, when touchdown and Orion Hamarstrorn Saunders Samuclson Lindsey Andrae Kunert Rehn Humphrey Rossi Love Jordan le It lg c rg rt re qb hb hb f AlWood Scttcrdahl Carlson Whitcomb Choline Hammerlund Detert Anderson Taylor Johnson Pitts II u mphrey Score by quarters. Orion -- . 6 0 0 6--12 AlWood 6 0 0 0—6 READ THE CASvSlFIEDS! Disaster comes in many forms . . . flood, hurricane, earthquake, even crashing planes. Are you sure your present insurance gives you adequate coverage against these unexpected tragedies? We can help you select the best possible policy for your complete protection. RUSS BARSTOW CHANDLER-HINCHMAN AGENCY 240 E. SIMMONS Rus* Barstow Lotus Regan 342-1159 Dawsr.n Doctcnnan Slavish Anderson Franck r# Zlemer rt, Younfiberg ro Basala qb Wynn hb Mcistcr h) Spcngler fb Score by quarters: .Shcrrard 0 Westmer (i Woalmor McA tec SI on n Palmer Cubcrtson Smith Dickens Caray Stoltz Epperly Huston Btinkhalter 7— 7 8—25 205 Sports Schedule Sept. 28— Football, Canton at Lombard, 3:30 p. m. Sept. 2&—Football, Monmouth at G. Churchill. 4 p. m. Sept. 28— Football. GHS Sophomores vs. Monmouth Lombard Field, 10 a. m. Sept. 2H—Football. GHS Varsity vs. Canton, Lombard Field, 8 p. m READ 'IT. ..AN'I ADS! R0VA Drops Bomb on VIT, 38-7 ON'F.fDA — An amused pack of ROVA Tigers turned back VIT here on Friday night by a convincing 38 to 7 score. ROVA took the lead in the first quarter on a one-yard sneak by quarterback Dick Edwards. This capped a 73-yard scoring drive, highlighted by a 59-yard pass from Edwards to Les Filler. Later in the same period Ehler scored ^n a 60-yard reverse play. Joe Hughes hit pay dirt for VIT on a one-yard plunge. Hughes also ran the extra point. In the second quarter Allan Scott scored from the five yard line following a blocked punt. Larry Bennett ran for the extra point. Dick Young then hauled in a 12-yard pass from Edwards with Lowell German scoring the extra point via a pass from Edwards. Scott again scored for ROVA in the third quarter on a 75 yard run off tackle. In the fourth quarter the Tigers scored again via the air, from Edwards to German. VIT Marker le Bnhiri It Hrummott lit Gamrn c nutlcdKe r« Bottcnberg rt Farr ro Current qb Wright hb Marshall hb tluehPM fb ' Score by quarters VIT ROVA HOVA Hod. Lake Hoc Lake Blender Holden Powell Biortini? German Edwards Scott Ehler Bennett 12 0 14 0— 7 6—38 ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON PAGE 10 Cool TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 342-OJU5 PRO FOOTBALL! St. Louis Cardinals FOLLOW vs. Philadelphia Eagles Sunday at 12:35 i WGIL RAPJO THE SOUND CITIZEN 1400 ON YOUR DIM »

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