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> Galesbufi Galesbu Wednesda Barrier in Sulky Race Shattered INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPP The entire field of seven pacers shattered the two-minute barrier for the mile in one race Tuesday on the opening day of harness racing at Hollywood Park. Thos Hanover hung on for a nose victory over Vineddy in the |6,000 Girl of the Golden West Pace in the time of 1:57 4. Last- place Smoke Concert was clocked in 1:59.4. Rip Spangler, the pacesetter for most of the race, finished third in a thriller for the crowd of 9.167. The fall half of the Western Harness Racing Association's 17th season started off with its fourth richest daily double ever and the second highest in Hollypark harness history—$672.20. Prohibitive outsider Merit Sue won the first race and paid $80.20 to win while Jus Tic Byrd won the second, paying $28.80 to win. WAY THE BALL BOUNCES Defense Vital Asset In Pro Ball YO»K (UPI) the - Buddy Pittsburgh LEXINGTON, Ky. (UPD- Speedy Count, winner in 18 of his 22 starts, was scheduled to bid for recognition as 2-year-old trotter of the year today in the $14,960 Saul Camp Memorial Trot at the Lexington trotting track's Grand Circuit meeting. Speedy Count, winner of the Walnut Hall Stud Stake for Trader Horn, Inc., of Miami Beach, Fla., here last week, faced seven other 2-year-olds in the feature. Don Parker, owned and driven by Gene Riegle of Greenville, Ohio, loafed to a first-heat victory in Tuesday's $11,390 Meadow Land Farm Purse in 2:04.4, then came back to clinch it in the second whirl in a brisk Alabama, Texas, Pittsburgh Bis Favorites This Weekend NEW YORK (UPI) -Alabama, all mem- Texas and Pittsburgh- bers of college football's top 10— are strong favorites to breeze past their next opponents Saturday. Alabama is a 23-point choice over winless Vanderbilt, Texas is picked to down Oklahoma State by at least 22 points, and Pittsburgh is a 13-point favorite over California. State 14 over San Jose State. In pro games this weekend; National Football League: Philadelphia 1 over Dallas, Minnesota 3 over St. Louis, Cleve- New One of Several Pivotal Tilts In Big Ten This Summer era s land 4 Pittsburgh, the nation's No. of its 1 in 1:59.3. Ed Machen KO's Wilson In Comeback NEW YORK (UPI) — Eddie Machen, who celebrated his re- with a knockout ranked turn to boxing of Ollie Wilson, eighth today among the heavy- was Oklahoma, team on the strength ot its upset victory over Southern California last Saturday, will be idle this weekend. The Sooners swing back into action against Texas Oct. 12. Southern Cal, meanwhile, is a six-point choice to bounce back against Michigan State in the feature game on Friday night's program. Duke is picked by 7 over Maryland in Saturday's nationally televised game of the week. In other college games; East: Columbia vs. Princeton, even; Perm State 4 over Rice; Colgate 5 over Boston U.; Yale 5 over Brown; Dartmouth 7 over Penn; Harvard 11 over Rutgers; Syracuse 21 over Holy Cross. South: Clemson .1 over North Carolina St.; Georgia 1 over over York 7 over Washington, Chicago 9 over Baltimore, Detroit 10 over San Francisco, Green Bay 20 over Los Angeles. American Football League: Boston 3 over New York, Buffalo 4 over Oakland, San Diego 5 over Denver, Kansas City 6 over Houston. By JOE MOOSHIL CHICAGO (AP) — Northwest- invasion of Illinois will prove to be the first of several pivotal games in the Big Ten football race this season. Ranked fifth nationally and ripe for an upset following opening victories over Missouri and Indiana, Northwestern is especially afraid of Illinois because of Illinois' 10-0 victory over California. Last a year Tommy was sophomore and he always looked for Paul Flatley. This year we don't have a FlMley so Myers has to look around. By doing so we feel he will throw more long touchdown passes to other receivers who are in the clear." flat Northwestern 's performance against Indiana can be attributed to two things. Indiana was high for its opener and Northwestern suffered a natural letdown following its tough tri- California uses basically the; ^ oyer mmui9 weights in Ring Magazine's iat- So^h Carolina; Tennessee 3 over est ratings. 1 Mississippi State; Virginia Tech out of boxing for 7 Machen was a year following a nervous break down. Before his illness, Machen was one of the top contenders for the heavyweight crown. Gregorio Peralta of Argentina was ranked 10th among the heavyweights following his upset over light heavyweight champion Willie Pastrano. Machen and Peralta replaced Robert Cleroux of Canada and Henry Cooper of England on the list. The only change in the light- heavyweight ranks found Wayne Thornton of Fresno, Calif., moving from eighth to sixth place. He replaced Bobo Olson, who has been inactive. Italy's Sandro Mazzinghi took over 10th place in the middleweight class following his knockout of Ralph Dupas. He replaced Denny Moyer of Portland, Ore. Japan's Hiroyuki Ebihara, who scored a one-round knockout over Pone Kingpetch for the world's flyweight title last September, was named Ring's "fighter of the month." Virginia; Auburn 8 over Kentucky; North Carolina 13 over Wake Forest; Miami (Fla.) 16 over TuJane; Florida 26 over Richmond; Georgia Tech 5 over LSU. Midwest: Notre Dame vs. Purdue, even; Xavier vs. Cincinnati, even; Minnesota 3 over Army; Colorado 3 over Kansas State; Ohio State 6 over Indiana; Ohio University 10 over Kent State; Boston College 12 over Detroit; Nebraska 13 over Iowa State; Bowling Green 17 over Dayton, Northwestern 7 over Illinois, Navy 7 over Michigan. Southwest: Air Force 4 over Texas SMU; Christian; Arkansas Texas 4 over A&M 7 over Texas Tech; Memphis State 13 over Tulsa; Arizona State 13 over Colorado St.; Mississippi 19 over Houston. Far West; UCLA vs. Stanford, even; Oregon State 4 over Baylor; Washington 6 over Iowa; Kansas 8 over Wyoming; Washington St. 12 over Arizona; Utah ANNOUNCING THE ALL The 1964 World Series can be seen in COLOR on the all new MOTOROLA COLOR TV at Benny's Tap, the Eagles or at . , . CEDAR and MAIN Coach Has Own Way of Keying Team for Game ST. LOUIS (AP)—Wally Lemm, j coach of the St. Louis football Cardinals who seldom raises his voice to his players, has his own way of rousing his boys for Sunday's NFL game against Minnesota. "We paste the headlines in the locker room during the week/' Lemm said. One headline reads: "Minnesota 35, St. Louis 0." "It makes the guys work a little harder during practice," he said. The headlines refer to the Cards' defeat by Minnesota in a preseason N ational Football League exhibition game. Receiver Has Unique Device HUNTINGTON, W. Va. (AP)— Marshall University's Jim Cure, the top pass receiver among the nation's major college football players, uses a nail file to help him snag passes. , The 6-foot-l, 184-pound junior from Gary, W. Va. files the ends of his fingers with a nail file before each game. This makes the fingers extra sensitive, says Cure. Nob- Wirkowski Rehired TORONTO, Ont. (UPI) by Wirkowski, coach of the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League, was rehired Tuesday for the 1964 season. same offense we do," said Wildcat Coach Ara Parseghian Tuesday, "and Illinois did a great job in stopping Cal. Why shouldn't we be worried?" Pressed with the question that Northwestern, led by quarterback Tommy Myers, can probably execute its plays in a better fashion, Parseghian admitted that Myers is a better passer than Cal's Craig Morton but added that Illinois will have a psychological advantage. This is probably true since Illinois' highly touted sophomore corps came through in fine fashion against California while Northwestern was pressed in whipping Indiana 34-21. "Illinois could get a head of steam which no team in the conference might be able to halt," added Parseghian. One thing the meeting will prove is either Illinois is as strong as it daims to be or Northwestern is a bona fide title contender. The Wildcats have had their ups and downs in recent years with injuries usually taking such a toll that Northwestern has had to abandon its title hopes. Northwestern should be ready for Illinois. If not, the Wildcats will have to forget their title hopes. Big 10 to Cut Number Of Tenders CHICAGO (AP)-The Big Ten of Conference is on the verge cutting athletic tenders from 80 to 70 for a year at each school. At a joint meeting of faculty representatives and athletic directors, the conference is in accord of cutting the number. The action will become official at the December meetings in Chicago. . Aside from reducing the number of tenders, the Big Ten decided to put a quota of no more than 30 football tenders and no more than 5 basketball tenders in with 35 going to Northwestern that easily this isn't giving up although year star guard Jack Cvercko has another knee injury and will not play Saturday. Illinois, on the other hand, is bolstered by halfback Sam Price and quarterback Fred Custardo. And that's in addition to still another newcomer, Grabowski who did fullback Jim not play ball, the charged aeainst its football and against California last week. Parseghian concedes one advantage, however, and that's the fact that Myers is looking over, basketball limits, his field more this year as far as receivers are concerned. any one year, all other sports. Tenders issued for hockey, soccer, lacrosse and crew will not be confined within the limits. At the same time, a school will be allowed to use a banking program on its footfall and basketball tenders. If a school issues 25 tenders for football in one year, it has an option of issuing 35 the following year. Also, if an athlete is a tender for track and then decides to play football or basket- institution will he afforded HEAD THE CLASSIFIEDS! Local, Area Bowline Scores and Averages SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED COUPLES LEAGUE No. 4, 12-4; Crowning Beauty Shop, 11-5: The Orphans, 10-6; Jonesie's Cafe, 9-7; The Corral, 8'/a- 7 1 /; No. 6 Auto Pain* Shop, 8-8; C & E Grocery, 7^-8Va; McGee's Garage, 7-5; No. 11, 6-10; No. 12, 5-7; Ann's Coffee Shop, 4-12; Rawleigh Products, 4-12. High team series, Crowning Beauty Shop, 2273; High team game, Kawleigh Products, 818. High ind. series, (W) Maxine Riggs, 547, (M) Chuck Wood*, 526; High ind. game, (W) Maxine Riggs, 202, (M) Ed Larncr, 219. GUYS AND GALS LEAGUE Tiny's Clippers, 13-3; Dohrn, 124; Galesburg Bowl, 10-6; Admiral, 10-6; Suburban Inn, 10-6; Butch's Cities Service 9-7; Orphans, 8-'; Kings Konstruction, 7-9; Kenny's Service, 6-10; Spuds, 6-10; Luke's, 3-13; Wong's Cafe, 2-14. High team series, Dohm, 3135; High team game, Dohrn, 1120. High ind. series, (Mi D. Fenni 574, (W) C. Swanson, 596; High in game, (M) P. Henson, 224, (W) C. Swanson, 236. TROUBLE SHOOTERS LEAGUE L. A. Linman Ins., H^-SVa; Leo Stein Trophies, 13-7; McDonalds, 12V 3 -7Va; Hilman Curry Mobile Serv., 10-10; David Klapp Exc. 812; Hawthorne Drugs, 8-12; State Farm Ins., 7-13; Carson FirU Scott, 7-13. High team game, Hawthorne Drugs, 908; High team series, L, A. Linman Ins., 2570. High ind. game, Linda Roach, 199; High ind. series, Deanna Campbell, 473. POST OFFICE LEAGUE Northside Bakery, 12U-3 1 .--*; S. Harris Co., O^-A'a; Simmon's Grocery, G-10; Franiz Chemical Co., Exterminators, 4-12. High team game, ftontz Chemical Co., exterminators, 958; high team series, S. Harris Co.. 2785. High individual game Jack Derrick, 196; high individual series. Jack Derrick, 501!, LATESTARTER LEAGUE Davis Food Stores, 14-2; Brown's Market (Avon), 12-4; No. 3 Team, 8-8; Yelm & Stuart. 6-10; Grandview Drive-Inn, 5-11: Galesburg Sheet Metal, 3-13. High individual game, Fred Brown, 201; high individual series, Lee Bevard, 550. High team series, Grandview Drive-Inn, 2989. I VICTORY LEAGUE Admiral Corp., 13-3; Pla-Mor, 10-6; Canada Dry, 10-6; Bailey's Team, 9-7; Heraldson's Team, 9-7; Hasselbacker's Team, 6-6; H. L. Hansen Lumber Co., 5-11; Gunnies Tap, 2-14. High team series, Canada Dry, 3074; high team game, Canada Dry, 1076. High individual series, Elmer Stevens, 582; high individual game, Bob Swigort, 236. NORTHGATE MONDAY MITE LEAGUE Harbor Lights, 11-5; Team No. 12, 11-5; Dam's Sport Shop, 11-5; Kozy Inn, 10-6; Clark Drugs, 10-6; Chandler-Hinchman Insurance. 10-6; Joe the Tailor, 9-7; Hilgenberg Plumbing and Heating, 8-8; Team No, 7, 7-9; Conoco Service, 4-12; Fidelity Federal, 3-13; Galesburg Order Buyers, 2-14- High team series, Harbor Lights, 3152; high team game, Harbor Lights, 1096. High individual series, Sam Pica, 625; high individual game, Sam Pica, 255. NORTHGATE LADIES LEAGUE Lowrey, 18-2; Frankels, 16-4. Wong's. Cafe, 16-4; First & Puckett, 15-5; Hawkinsons, 12-8; Admiral. 11-9; Accounting .Systems, 11-9; Tates Beauty Solon, 8-12; Deluxe Cafe, 4-16; Ed Johnson, 4-16; Fleck's, 3-17; Kresfie's, 1-19, High team series, Wong's, 2694; high team game, Wong's, 951. High individual series, Lois Thorne, 535; high individual game, Charlotte Swanson (sub), 203. WHITE SO - LEAGUE Elgin Water Cond.. 13-7; Leo Stein, 13-7; Davis Food Stores, 128; Clean Towel Service. 11-9; Galesburg Bowl, 10-10; Lyle Bair Specialty. 1-19. High team series, Elgin Water Cond.. 2615; High team game, Elgin Water Cond., 950. High ind. series. Kdna Mae Horn, 507; High ind. j?am<> Edna Mae Horn, 212. SATELLITE LEAGUE Sudzy's. 13-3; Galesburg Clinic, 10-6; Sportsman's Club, 9-7; Lee Anthony's Coiffures, 9-7; Kimber & West, 8-8; b'SFA Insurance, 8-8; Pat's Standard, 6-10. High team series, Sudzy's. 2594; High team garr-* Sportsman's Club 900. High ind. series, Neva Godsil, 456; High ind. game, Betty Erickson, 162. MAJESTIC" LEAGUE Hawkinson Wg. 'Woodchucks." 15-1; Rowe Mfg. Doors, 12-4; Leo Stein, 11-5; Rowe Mfg. Gates, 10-6; Mishler's, 8-8; Am-way Home Products. 7-9; Alexander Lumber Co., 7-9; Rowe Mfg. Ro-Ho's, 6-10; Davidson Lumber Co. 6-10; Payton-Harriman, 5-11; L. A. Linman Agency, 5-11; White's Insulation, 4-12. High team series, Rowe Mfg. Gates, 2973; high team game, L. A. Linman Agency, 1049, High individual series, Kenny Love, 553; high individual game, Dick Lytle, 207. TOWN AND COUNTRY LEAGUE Mitchell Dry Goods, 13-3; Harbor Lights, 12-4; Fran's Beauty Shoppe, 11-5; Galesburg Bowl, 11-5; Young's Superway, 10-6; Rex D. Johnson, 10-6; Folkenroth's Insurance, 9-7; Sharp and Shunick Service, 6^- 9V>; Midland Collieries, 5-11; Team No. 1, a '/a-^'/a; Central Butane Gas Service, 3-13; Laisures Service, 214. High team game, Mitchell Dry Goods, 973; high team series, Mitchell Dry Goods, 2601. High individual game, Mary Benedict, 200; high individual series, Nita Foster, 531 TWILIGHT LEAGUE Burlington Truck Lines Inc., 18ifc-5»&; Hi "gins Dairy, 16-8; Park Drive Dairy, 15-9; Midwest Local No. 2063, 14-10; Herrrn & Westberg Building Cont, 13-11; B'nai B'rith A. 13-11; Rotary Club, 12tt-U& Mel's Red & White. 12-12; B'nai B'rith B, 11-13; Exchange Club, 8-16; Canada Dry Bottling Co., 6-18; Cosmopolitan Club, 5-19. High team series, Park Drive Dairy, 3005; high team game, Midwest Local No. 2063, 1052- High individual series. Dean Fay, 581; high individual game, pean Fay, 235. We Should Have Lost Says Wildcat Coach Parseghian CHICAGO (UPI) - Northwestern, turning over the ball to Indiana six times on errors, should have lost Saturday's game, coach Ara Parseghian told the football writers lunch Tuesday. "They had the ball in our territory 10 times," he said, "and we had it in their 6. But we scored on 5 out of those 6 times and they scored only 3 in 10. '' They 're a good team, •' he said. "They were well prepared for us and high. That's when a young coach becomes old, on a Saturday when you play Indiana." Parseghian foresaw route for his no easy Wildcats, fourth ranked nationally, this weekend against Illinois either, chiefly because the Ulini shut out California last week. "California used the same offense we use," he said. "There's no difference in the foremat, and no particular difference in the routes. "The difference was in the Illinois defense. That's a greatly improved team, and they'll have a great psychological advantage because they shut out a team that uses the same stuff we do. "They got to (Craig) Morton, the California quarterback, it seemed like a dozen times to me, and I think that they showed their greatest improvement in their defense. They put pressure on the passer, intercepted pass, and did everything you want to do." sophomore quarterback Fred Costardo as "very dangerous." ''They have depth and they have great skills," he said, "and a lot of momentum." Parseghian said the health of his team "was not good," and that guard Jack Cvercko might not play, due to a knee injury. Cvercko has had two operations on his left knee, but Parseghian said this injury was to his right knee and that there definitely was an internal break or tear. NEW Parker, coach of Steelers, cites defense as * team's most important asset and today his Steelers are leading the National Football League in that category. The Steelers' coach says, "defense is the biggest thing in football. Winning simply comes down to having a defense." To confirm Parker's theory, the Steelers have allowed only 34 first downs in their three games, just eight of the 34 were gained on the ground and they ar$ tied with the world champion Green Bay Packers for the least yardage allowed in rushing at 254. And, while the Chicago Bears haven't allowed a rushing touchdown, the Steelers allowed just one and are tied with the Browns with 31 points scored against them. Coach Parker attributes this ^ year's defensive difference to experience. "Sure, we placement at defensive tackle/ 9 says Parker, "but Lou Cordileone was with us last year, and the only other new man, John Baker a defensive end, had been around while and was able to step had to have a re­ in. tt Wilkinson Picked Coach f Week Parseghian contended offense moved NORMAN, Okla. (UPI)-Oklahoma's Bud Wilkinson, the silver- haired football strategist whose golden touch paid off in a stunning 17-12 upset of defending national champion Southern California today was named United Press International "coach of the week," "On behalf of the team and coaching staff I appreciate the honor paid to them all," Wilkinson said as he prepared to study films of Oklahoma's most important victory in years. "We felt we had to control the ball to win the game — well, Illinois' j no and cited Japanese Is Named Fighter Of the Month NEW YORK (AP) - Hiroyuki Ebihara's first-round knockout of flyweight champion Pone King­ petch earned the young Japanese clouter the "Fighter of the Month" award from Ring Magazine today. The dethroned Pone of Thailand was dropped to No. 2 contender in the 112-pound division, a notch behind Italy's Salvatore Burruni. Two changes were made in the heavyweight division's top ten. Eddie Machen, former top- ranking contender who had been out of action for more than a year because of mental illness, resumed activity with a knockout of Ollie Wilson. Machen, of Los Angeles, was given the No. 8 ranking. Argentina's Gregorio Peralta made the ratings for the first time on the strength of — it was s u p e r-strategy," Wilkinson said of the Southern California victory, which probably sent the Sooners soaring to their greatest heights since their heydays of the mid-50s. Southern California might quarrel with Bud's modesty about strategy, because Oklahoma unveiled a new series of double- reverses, which included passing, to go with its storied ground game and bone-rattling defense that had the Trojans off balance. Oklahoma's ball control tactics hogged the game while they built 17-6 half time lead. The Parker adds, "no coach ever turned out a real winner if he had to make a lot of defensive changes. Offense is easy to teach. Defense takes time." The NFL's leading rusher, Jim Brown, who has gained 489 yards thus far, will by trying to crack the Steelers' defense next Saturday night when the teams meet in Cleveland. The Browns lead the league in total offense with 1279 yards. The contest will be Pittsburgh's stiffest test to date. Lynn Lynch of Illinois Hired At Indianapolis INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Ray up a Sooners off 101 offensive strength of his victory over light heavyweight champion Willie Pastrano in non-title 10th. ut. Peralta was ranked Olympic Trials Set Oct. 12 CHICAGO (AP)-Olympic trial for the United States soccer teams in the 1964 Olympics will be held ip Chicago Oct. 12. Twenty-eight players from eight states will compete to determine the 16-player U.S. squad which will then compete in a round robin against Mexico, Panama, and the Netherland Antilles in Mexico next March for the right to advance to the Olympics in Tokyo. ran plays, not counting kickoffs, while the Trojans managed only 55, and therein lies the tale. Wilkinson said the heat, which unofficially was near 120 degrees on the field, did not bother his team. "In the second half, instead of tiring, we seemed to get faster, if anything," he said. Nolting, head coach of the Indianapolis Warriors football team for two months, was dismissed Tuesday and Lynn Lynch, former Illinois star, was named to succeed him. Jack Thompson, president of the United Football League entry, announced the change. Referring to the Warriors' 2-3 record this season, Thompson said, "We felt our material was much better than the results had shown to date. In order to draw Indianapolis fans, we must have a championship caliber football team." "Ray Nolting is a fine gentlemen," Thompson said. "He helped get the club off to a profitable start and is a close friend. All-Star Sites Football Hall Popular CANTON, Ohio (UPI) - Since the National Professional Football Hall of Fame opened three weeks ago more than 10,000 persons have visted the shrine. NEW YOR (AP) — Hosts for the next three major league All- Star baseball games will be the New York Mets in 1964, the Minnesota Twins in 1965 and the St Louis Cardinals in 1966. The sites were picked Tuesday at a meeting of the Major League Executive Council. Everywhere you look there's * WHITE ROOF WHITE'S INSULATION 342-0185 Hear the Highlights of each Game on READ THE WANT AOS! 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