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Sunday, October 23, 1960
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1 0 SECOND GUESSING with Jim Barnhart Georgia Tech Registers 147 :! Win Over Tulane 14 BOWLING BAWLS Human nature cin L pudine and Al Fedmdf who nun red lVctur'i Midwt league entry last lumnw, has Don Ues scratching his head. ATLANTA - - Halfback Reeves, 1537 Bluumlnglon JI!sh School rraduitf, Um rd'y wrjmwi'd pined Ut season In the Midwest League. Ievti and Inktxin were on df- M-l to a fracas at I- First Aid Team Rolls 1075 Game Surprise for Redbkds Freshman Mike Mitlelstaodt has been a pleasant surprise for Illinois State Normal University! cross country team this fall. Mittcfetacdt, a half mllcr at University High, has been the Itrnll lrtls top performer this season. "Iio'li be nne of the lrst when he gets more e xperiencp, says Coach Joe Cogdal. Missouri Wins 6th Straight Contest Registers 34-8 Victory Over Iowa State Team Boston College Holds VMI to 14-14 Deadlock NEWTON. MASS. Boston College made two goal line stands holding Virginia Military Institute two yard short of the winning score In the final period Saturday for a 1411 tic, ending the Kcy- dets' winning streak at 12 game. The deadlock wa the first Match on VMI's record since the 14-H ttandoff with Richmond car-ly last season, Hut the gritty rluh. which rallied from a 110 half-time deficit, still is unlKfltcn in a M game stretch. Colorado Dumps Nebraska, 19-6, In Big Eight Tilt BOULDER, COLO, -tn- dym pic Speedster Teddy Woods' 05-yard klckoff return for a second quarter iouchdown Saturday Inspired Colorado in a 19-6 football victory over Nebraska that was a crunching battle of bruising lines. It was the third victory without a loss for Colorado in the Big Eight Wood, NCAA 400 meter champion and a member of the U.S. team at Rome this summer, broke a 6-6 tie with his dazzling run in the closing minutes of the first half. Woods was knocked off-stride by Nebraska center Don Fricke at his own 30, and at the midfield stripe he stiff-armed one would-! be tackier and scooted out of the arms of safetyman John Faiman, last Nebraskan with a shot at him. With the score 12-6, Nebraska threatened with four minutes left as quarterback Pat Fischer and fullback Bill Thornton steered the Cornhuskers to the Buffalo 412. Fischer lost a yard attempting to pass, and on a fourth and 8 play Colorado end Jerry Hille-brand rushed in to smear him on an attempted pass. Colorado halfback Dave Rife zipped 27 yards around left end on the first play to move the Buffs to the Nebraska 30. On the 25, Rife stumbled in the backfield and fell on the ball and Nebraska d-ow a 15-yard penalty for piling on. Four plays later, fullback Chuck Weiss boomed 10 yards into the end zone. Guard Joe Romig, All- America candidate who sparkled in the fierce line play, kicked the extra point his first score In two years of varsity ball. COLUMBIA, MO. -0- The Missouri Timers spiced a powerful ami methodical ground attack with an 88 yard punt return by Donnie Smith and made the Iowa State Cyclones their sixth victim of the season, 3 8, faturday. The Timers, ranked No. 5 nationally, whipped the Cyclones with surprising ease In upplng their Big Eipht Conference record to 3-0 before 32.000, bfjrgcst crowd ever to see the teams play. It was fatur at symmiT which rob-d with nlrrrf txt Iwynerd tnm the wrm'tri and Reeves rm-tvif t a 4n escurt from U park. rrdrroff disputed to of JVevrs calls, KrdrmfJ burled a few rhole bbtjrrr.itie Reeves ay alter tht Lrst d-ipute. He r Cated h Hand a few Innlnga irr and fUwrt ejected turn from the C vnt. RervrV txulnrf was Involved In to nuu d.itmtrd rails later on and by this tune the fair crtl-. nt of lreatur wrre in an ugly .k iti "It hnM 13 Cof to et US OUt. recalled Reeve, "ami there wer X) to 400 si!ln( tar Ut. Wt d.dn't Mvt on our uniforms then and ! remrmber one woman look ing at me and uytnf, 'Why, be only a boy"." FeoVroff -iclent!y dor sn't hold a tr',r, lie later wrot to Dutrh IMfman, lraeut prrtidrnt, and S-ild he thought I'xrvrt was the brtf umpire In the league, "lie's aim got the moat ruts." Teder- off told Hoffman Home on vacation. Reeves hn-s to land i Unh In the Flo- rVU InsirurtMmal league. Hal Wenfrr, umpe aunentnor for ail minor leagues, told Reeves he'd try lo get him placed In the Instructional League. still w Armo The league opened on the 13th but as yet Reeves haunt heard from W'eafer. "I'm atlll hoping," s.iid Reeves. I was promised a place In the Mdwett league last winter but I didn't get one until the season was three weeks old." If Reeves doesn't work in the Instructional League, he plans to head for Duytona Beach, rla.. In January and Al Sommers' umpire school. Reeves attended the same school last winter and it was Som mers who made the arrange ments for his being assigned to the Midwest League. W'eafer has given Reeves high hopes for the future. "He told me I had the ability to make the major leagues in about eight years," said Reeves. J TIKE BEER The Decatur incident 1 . at BitsK'UlltB Iratiftj? Mia IntereeMkNi JUluM ,T - duy and raced Jl )ii for a r-Wt ru-i-r tjrtfcn lo haul Ctxcs Terh Turrk -WUlums Mifcnd League vut a danger and Ir.t4 a 141 14 has a U-lJ.g record Could U!l ktory otr Tatars. l Y -U, as U as Th t withoo4 rumfrtrt tx a, 7 S kd in the SuutheMirm Con I frrw rlAi) uwU tin:aid in t ir.ra rw HUliairttss made Us acrUU w en.h f a I.Lh Data frwn Tulanri nrciui nJfcnrr w w CU-rtrrb.cH m Mwrm liU In, ?'. -w. FVt Aid Team with a ZM. be-tirvvi Iti the Krst time any kaf ) team h HTed JOO. Trami In the ltrrka WUIiami Ixague are rompoM of four the third quarter and turned the defcnUvt rrrn Into su xnU. TuUr aeored first after half- tscli Adrian C4on rreovrred a fumM at the Te h 14. The nreen Irs had a sore In twu plays m mrn afy, vmM Don Rmes r.rr takes the field not thinking it is superior to the oppnction. You ran t call it OArrconndence. touchdown. as Mins third tdurhdow a iecrpioo of M sea- son. Tulane mltaed the extra point, and Tech lor the aubiequenl kk koff and dnv (4 yards for if tying tnochdoo-n In 11 pla)Y. lUlf-bck Chick Cranins; scored on a 12 yard run. and Tommy Wells put Tech In the lead with his toe. The 3 ram Williamson's spec tacuUr Interception and another was a Iowa State's third league loss r 'T ' ' 2 u It's Just the right amount of estra point by Wells. The victory cockiness that a rood team needs, gave Tech a 4 2 sraaon record Want to see. hear, and feel real j Tukne has one victory, three enthusiasm? Attend a Waihing- Iosm? and a tie. ton chalk talk If you can. We sat In on one early in September and U players' reaction was amazing. When Hickman asks his team If they understand a particular point, they don't re ply with a tired, "Yes." i.vnitKrj) They shout their answers In unison. It must have been 100 de grees in the small, stuffy room where this particular chalk talk was held but it didn't seem to bother Hickman and his team. A Washington skull session sounds like a Knute RocknehaU- Kempton Tips OMS; 7-0, In Vermilion Tilt The fconun-Mvy l.ou Grotto roiilnbutrd a ZZ. Otter S-Ufrl were LoU l.wrrt. 11.11 Khrp. herd, 130; and Don Coan. U. tVtt Aid begafl It! Series with aa 112 but then slumped to ?4S before bowling Ks record game. "Our XT is high far tht league this Season," aaid Wasson, "but It won't stand up because of thai poor middle game." Watson, who admitted to a CU aerlet. had three turkeys In his 1 He had pocket hits In the fourth and eighth frames but toppled jut eight and rune pins respectively. Attempting to surpats his per sonal high of Wasson failed 11 Wasson includlni the Rig Four (4U10. Dortrh alao plrited. up the M tw let and the J-10. UuAfw left one Murphy (J 10). Pittsburgh-TCU Tie Game Ends In Free-for-AII FORT WORTH. TOC - lit - 'r.ndtrvh put on a great i-vund half ra: y .Vituruay io arort a l,.a.hV-n on tf pAuing 4 Jim jTra'-rahl wi'.h ui!y T ?6 left ami 'lird Trkas tlirutun T f to a gan tjy.1 broke up to a free fur-aU figtti 'uit pt-rr f the teams, tluy G.U. the lmr a. Inwre quarierW k. ran and P""1 '() llornrd Fnil to Uu"tvlown Ue in the trt prrvJ and TCU ItuunJiy outtlaTd J'Ut, for the re-masndrr of the half. Hut it a OU whu fumtlrd and M up jth TiiutMirgh tou-hdtfwn to the 'aerond half. (tiMi: to itiimt The .,-t.t s'arlr.1 hrn Anle MArtifl, 1XV cenier, came lo " blows uh Jim timnininiam of put with four arrorvls Ml In the gume aitrr !( ( tentrns in- trrrrptrd fdU by I GeOTg of TtU raced into the Cr!d and for acou-of TCU. rutra from lm benches rared ln'o lite Arid and for a Cou pie of mlnutrt there wrrt arma and legs Eying lo every directum Finally thry cooled off, while (lie band pUrd the Star Spangled Trlti!l.-al ramra? They're old hat to On llle ( ""t. " ,a tosh .fchenkel. Hlonmlnuton O f f I e t kegler in the Ifcrtnrta Men's' Afrf f "f,lln.1 niirpw Hii limy iii.ii.. .h In Iwtlta attinit when he slipped on his approach j rnrt,y -3mc ta the Tufrj Tlie ruKtfed r"an!lers came Uck to the irth frame and knocked I "pt league. hUe njrw,id in the second . . W J.. l- "1- League at Circle Lanes. Sttenkel has bowled con-' down jut six pins. Mrs. Crosso had four consecutive strikes In her 2T1 and picked up the 4-710 split In the 10th frame. First Aid had 35 marks In the fifth frame. Ewert and Shepherd bowl only I in me currtca-n uiiami ieasuc. against one victory. Sticking to the ground the first half, the Tigers scored on a sus tained drive of 57 yards the first time they got the ball and count ed on an 80 yard march and Smith's long punt return to make it 21-0 by hulftime. While fowa Slate was tmnble to move against Missouri's hard line, the Tigers added two more touchdowns in the third quarter. Mcl West, a great hnlfback, who gained 101 yards on 20 rushes, got one that climaxed a 72 yard drive and substitute quarterback Jim Johnson sneaked one yard for the other. Missouri Quarterback Ronnie Tavlor sneaked a vard for rhe! former Wesleyan player now with Ticrers first TD and fullback Ed Clinton, Iowa, is rated one of the Mehrer blasted 30 yards for the better defensive catchers in the second. Bill Tobln kicked the four Chicago White .Sox organization, extra points. at" he can't hit," reports ueeves. Bob House, another former Tl tan, pitches for Clinton. "I don't thmk he's strong enough to go much further," said Reeves. "He has good breaking stuff and changes speeds well but he's tough only for four or five in nings. They usually get to him in the late innings. Getting back to Federoff, Reeves said, "I can't figure it. He calls me a , and then says I m the best umpire in the league. was involved In only one other skirmish. That came at Dubuque, Iowa, when a woman emptied a bottle of beer on Don. "I called a player out at the plate," recalls Don, "and then went back to the public address system to make a lineup change. This woman got up and threw beer all over me." Traveling is the bane of all um pires but Reeves reports that living conditions are fairly good in Midwest League cities. "The only bad place is Clinton, la.," said Reeves, "and they have a lousy hotel there." GOOD O.V DEFENSE Don reports that Ken Eeles, time fight talk. And Noah, Who can work Up - hrn he wnt nvr-r fmm lh !hrw enthusiasm galore, is a picfure of The touchdown was set un when nervous energy with his waving 0MS flcctcd , t fourth and I two on Its own 30 and didn't make The victory gives Kempton a 1-5 conference mark, while OMS Is holding up the rest of the league with an 0-5 record. KrVPTO Tnd Rorr. Malon Twkln Sarcmt, Colthurtt. Guard W htirt, Larton. Center Cabam. Back Kilty, CnMI. Janata, Bohra. OMS Tnd Byrtl. Will.rd. TarklM Knrhler. StllUbewtf. Guard Farber, Campbell. t nitr Heir, ONARGA -fTNS)- In a baltle of the wlnJcss KemptonCabcry defeated Onarga Military, 7-0. In a Vermilion Valley Conference a. ; .a Knme nert? Miumay. nd ,, Croso bowl in it. ism. i. t i - - - jiujioncK gun jcrocn crone a ua scoreless deadlock with three min utes left In the fourth quarter arms and clenched fists. Kansas Nabs Victory Over Cowboys STILLWATER. OKLA. - t - Fullback Doyle Shlck, the unsung momhrp of Kansas' SDeedv back field. scored both touchdowns as I ?nk.-Thom"' cPki Cr"' other leagues while Wasson com petes as a substitute to the Industrial League. Alley 31 at Circle Lanci justifiably could be called "nightmare alley" by Duane Dortch, captain of the Old Fros team in the State Farm Men's Tuesday League. In his second game last week, Dortch found himself faced with Lve splits on that alley, week and, the previous Tuesday rolled 142 in his last two games. Delores Ledlnc. member of the Alexander SpiitrrcUcS team In the W omens League at farmer htritory until the fading minulet and twice drove deep into Horned irog land. ATTEMPT KTOFPED Once the r.inthers rallied to the City's Corn Bowl, rolled games of TCU six only to be stopped when 2CS and 2t6 last week. iTrafnant was thrown for a long Lowe's Texaco took over high loss. But Gibbs fumbled and Jim team series to the Wednesday Cunningham recovered on the night Men s League nt Corn How 1 1 TCU 21. Trafirant passed to Gcm-with panics of 917, 930, and 1017 ens for 16. Omens drove for two for 2SC4. yards and Cunnincjiam one, then Bob Flanagan bowled the sea- Traficant passed to John Yaccino son's high individual series with in the end zone for the touchdown. a 656 on games of 243, 201, and I R. E. lJson got the point after 212. Ralph Raney, Blatz Beer keg- He converted four of the five. I League. touchdown for TCU, scored by dibits Willi a one-half yard blast. Trafn ant added the conversion for ler, picked up the 710 split Fri-' Pittsburgh as the Panthers de- day night at Oakland Bowl. ckied not to go for the two point Raney competes in the Top 12 when they had a chance to win I the game. BJHS Nips Normal Frosh Bloomington Junior High School nipped Normal Frosh, 12-G, in a contest played at Fred Carlton Field Saturday. BJHS tallied once in the first quarter and both teams struck paydirt in the third period. NORMAL Fnds Johnson, Graxhty, Terr ill. Tackles KnlKht, Lampi. Guard Dearth, Drickman. Center Zimmerman. Back Koier, Shoemaker, Yeiktl, Smith, Wood, Klner, Bief. BJHS Ends Branom, Cox, Dravla, Cruiltu uuirman, rroxei. Tackle Holt, Alexander. Guards Schmidt. Carrier. Center Eddlnvs. Back Bes, Hoya. Lehr, Yurlecl Hahich. Score by Quarter 1 I S 4 Tl Normal 0 0 8 0 BJHS 0 012 Normal fcoring: Touchdown John-ton. BJHS acoring: Touchdown Lehr Hoye. Unbeaten Rutgers Nips Lehigh Eleven, 8-0 BETHLEHEM, PA. -UV- Un beaten and highly favored Rut gers held off a last-minute Lehigh drive Saturday for an 8-0 football victory. Name ISNU President To NAIA Advisory Group What makes Washington High School a perennial football pow er? We thank it s the attitude of its players. Now in the midst of his sixth season at Washington, Coach Noah Hickman has won 37 games, lost 11, and tied 2. The season before Hickman took over, Washington didn't win in eight starts. Hickman has never had a losing season at Washington. His poor est was his first when the Panthers posted a 5-3 record. FINE SPIRIT Admittedly Washington has fine coaching in Hickman and assistant Jack Stromberger but the thing that stands out about Hickman's teams is their spirit. Oklahoma State 14-7 in a Big Fight Conference lootball game Saturday, Shick dived over from the 2-yard line midway in the first pe riod. Then, after the Cowboys tied It 7-7 on quarterback John Mal- sel's 51 yard touchdown romp in the second period, Fhick again bulled over from the two early in the third period. After his second towehdown. the game developed into a hard-nosed defensive and punting duel be tween two of the nation's best kickers Kansas quarterback John Hadl and OSU sophomore tackle Dave Hannah. For a 21 minute stretch in the last half neither side racked up a single first down. In the closing minutes Kansas drove to the OSU 35 then was forced to punt. Homer Nudges De Land-Weldon Scnre. by Quart i a I I I 4 Tl Kempton 0 0 S T 1 OMS 0 0 0 0- Ktmptnn worlnj: Touchdown Jen- ten. PAT jenen. Official BieTtt! Jonet. Umpire Jackton. Head Linesman; Squire. South Carolina Tips North Carolina, 22-6 COLUMBIA, S. C. (.TV- South Carolina bounced out of the Atlantic Coast Conference cellar by grinding out a 22-6 victory over North Carolina Saturday before 20.000. Halfback Billy Cambrcll raced over from four yards out near the close of the third period to start the Gamecocks on their way. Jim Coston ran the two point conversion that proved to be the needed margin. DE LAND - (PNS) - Homer High School spoiled De Land-Wei don's first home football game in history Saturday morning by a slim 7-6 margin. Dick Felgenhour's seven yard touchdown sweep and conversion plunge in the first quarter stood up in the nonconference battle. De Land-Weldon scored in the second period when Homer fumbled while trying to punt from its own 12 yard line. The Eagles' John Gibson recovered in the end zone but a run for the extra point failed. HOMES End Mulli. Arme. Tackle Dutton, Shroyer. Guard K. Felgenhour. Krukewitt. Center Baird. Back Brewer. D. Felgenhour. Reynold!. Danner. DE LAND-WELDON End Goodman, D. Gibson, Tackle Gregory. J. Gibson. Guard B. Carr. Walter. Center Seal. Back Burge. J. Perklnt. M. Perklnt. Wilson, Huitlnga. Shoemaker. J. Carr. acor oy wuaner i 3 j 1 j Homer 7 0 0 0 7 1 De Land-Weldon 0 0 06 Homer Scoring Touchdown: D. Fel genhour. Point after Touchdown: D. Felgenhour. De Lanl-Weldon Scoring Touchdown : J. Gibson. or- n..K it 11 T L . , 1 uiliciais nertfree: msa; umpire: w - We doubt if a Washington teamConnor: Haad Linesman: Butts. IP Proper WHEEL ALIGNMENT May Save Lives Improper wheel alignment can cause excessive tire and parts wear as well aa add to driver fatigue. Play safe! Stop here soon and let our experienced mechanics check your align ment. CARL'S PAINT & BODY SHOP L. W. Ilennlnger 322 S. Main Phone 835-1015 MOBERLY & KLENNER CI 1ARLESTON Dr. Robert G. Bone, president of Illinois State Normal University, Normal, and Dr. Paul McKay, president, Milli-kin University, Decatur, have accepted membership on the Presidents' Advisory Committee of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The announcement was made today from the association's national headquarters here. The Presidents' Advisory Committee advises the governing body of NAIA, the Executive Committee, on a'J matters of nol-! Icy averting the conduct of tht? NAIA program. Its special fceld of investigation is recommendation of policies and practices to assure sound ed icatjona! standards fur the conduct cf the pro gbm and to recommend the adoption of ruks whkh will in-1 sure the NAIA program Lis into the general educational concept of Hs member colleges. The appoiotees will assume leadership in setting up within their Districts, NAIA workshops for faculty personnel and athletic staffs. "The Presidents' Advisory i Committee is one of the most Im portant in our framework of committees," tit id A. O. Duer, Executive Secretary of NAIA, In making the announcement. "College athletics, if they are to fulfill the function our organization believes they should, must , be educationally sound and must be conducted on the same basis as any other phase of the college program. The Presidents' Advisory Commit'ec has the task of recommending policies which will in.irre that our member colicrn STrpprtfl such a program and that the .NAIA program is so conducted on both the District and ra- Loud levels," said Duer. For only $41.00 per month . you can have $1000.00 Pay Those Bills! Cut Those Payments! 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