Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 4, 1963 · Page 15
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 4, 1963
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Streaks Hope I ^UriM^UH ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^-^a^_£ . ^^^^ To Rack Up "1st Triumph By JOE MORRISEY Grimm's Fairy Tales are high on the list of literary fantasies, but there is nothing fictional about Galesburg's grim football story. To put it simply, the Silver Streaks, who are host to East Peoria Saturday night, have failed to win in three gridiron engagements thus far. Determined to turn over a new leaf, the Streaks are confident they can write a chapter tomorrow night that will satisfy their victory-hungry fans. Rugged Foes East Peoria comes to town with a 1 - 2 record, having posted a victory over Washington, but losing to powerful Peoria Manual and Pekin teams. The Red Raiders were beaten 21-6 b, »!ie Rams and dropped a 14-0 battle to the Chinks. Jay Barnhart, one of the top running backs in the area, leads the East Peoria attack. He was a big ground gainer for the Raiders last year when they romped past the Streaks. However, East Peoria's biggest asset thus far has been a stout defense, averaging well over 200 pounds per man in the line. "Team spirit is still . high," Galesburg coach C. C. Van Dyke said today, adding that "we've been working this week to correct mistakes that have proven so costly in those first three games." "The boys want to win," the Streak mentor concluded "and are anxious to do something about it." Sidelined Larry Foster, center and linebacker, was injured during the Canton game last week and will not see action tomorrow night. He will be replaced by either Bob Durbin or Gene Phillips. Other probable starters in the line for Galesburg will be ends Larry Stinson and Mike Davis, tackles Barry Schumann and John Holmes, and guards Don Maze and Gene Denisar. The backfield will find Jim Catlin at quarterback, Fritz Menke or Harry Coffey at left half, Terry Autmon at right half and Danny Stewart at fullback. On defense Denisar will switch to end, Ron Tate will see action as a linebacker and Tom Ek- etrom will go in at safety. Haroldson is also slated to see considerable service as a defensive halfback. Kick off time is 8 o'clock. Bowling ' QUEEN'S LEAGUE Smith's Vikings. 17-2; Spotters, 1S-S; Wareco Pickers, 13-7; Splitter?, 10-10; Harris Kool Kats, 5-15; Socialites, 0-20. High team series, Splitters, 2586; high team game. Smith's Vikings, 827. High individual series, Elizabeth Birdett, 540; high individual game, Elizabeth Birdett, 231. < EAST MAIN LADIES LEAGUE East Main Bowl, 4 -2; Paul Nolan's Ins., 4 -5; Team No. 2, 4-5; Grady's Tap, 3-6; Team No, 6, 1-5; Midway Tap, 8-1. High team series, Midway Tap, 2538; high team game, Team No. 2, 871. High individual series. E. Shragal, 475; high individual game, M, Hare, 166. Ron Tate Rudolph in Lead at End Of 1st 18 PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - Mason Rudolph, "rewarded" by accurate driving and sharp putting with a first round five-under-par 67, paced the field at the start of today's play in the $125,000 Whitemarsh Open. The 29-year-old Rudolph, who was edged out in a "sudden death" playoff in the recent Portland Open, finished strong Thursday to shoot into the lead over 20 other pros who fired below-par first rounds over *he 6,807-yard, par-72 Whitemarsh Valley Country Club. Phil Rodgers of Perdido Bay, Fla., was the early first leader with a 68 but his prediction that it "wouldn't stand up" in the quest for the $26,000 first prize was borne out by Rudolph's late afternoon charge in which he scored an eagle on the 495-yard, par-five fifth hole and added five birdies, four on the back nine. Of golfdom's "big four" of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Julius Boros, only U.S. Open champion Boros, who had a 73 failed to come in with a below-par first round. Rudolph, whose only major tournament victory was the Golden Gate Open in his rookie year of 1957, termed the Whitemarsh layout "the type of course I like to play. You get rewarded if you put it in the fairway." Trailing Rudolph and Rodgers with 69s were two newcomers- Ron Funseth of Spokane, Wash., and Jerry Pisano, a Philadelphia area pro — and veteran Gene Littler. Where ore you going next weekend? Do you know that yog can rent a lively Ford or other fine car for the entire weekend, 5 p.m. Friday to 9 a.m. Monday for only $6.00 a day plus a small mileage charge, CALL NOW 342-2612 CHfMY and FfMIS STS. AVIS Rent A Cor to Galesburg Reoister-Moit, Galesburg. fadflv.-te..4.'TW M Peoria Saturday I H .m. I .I.I.mi • Wildcats Are Given Nod Over Illini CHICAGO (UPD-Northwestern is favored by seven points to defeat Illinois Saturday and make it two Big Ten wins in a row for the fourth-ranked Wildcats. In the only other conference activity this weekend, Ohio State is a six -point choice over Indiana, a team that showed surprising strength in losing to Northwestern last week. The odds makers don't think too much of the Big Ten teams' chances against non- conference opponents this week. Southern California is a six-point favorite over Michigan State tonight, and Saturday Navy is picked by six over Michigan, Washington by the same margin over Iowa, and the annual Notre Dame-Purdue slam- bang is rated a tossup. . Only Minnesota, rated a field goal better than Army, gets the nod over an outside foe. Coach Ara Parseghian of Northwestern said his biggest fear at Illinois would be the hard-rushing Illini line, which held California scoreless last week. He said his star quarterback Tom Myers would face his biggest test this season. Myers, who has thrown 15 touchdown passes since the start of last season, will be shooting for the Northwestern career mark of 16. Illinois, which was dumped by the Wildcats, 45-0, last year for its worst defeat of the season, will be bolstered by the return of three regulars—fullback Jim Grabowski, and Gregg Schumacher and Dick Kee. Ohio State is sporting something new this year—a passing attack— and may need it to stop the running of the Hoosiers' Marv Woodson. The game is being touted as a battle between Woodson. United Press International Midwest back of the week, and Paul Warfield, OSU's left halfback. Last year Warfield was the big difference as his 75 - yard touchdown run helped the Buckeyes to a 10-7 victory over underdog Indiana. Tonight's contest between ninth- ranked Southern California, defending national champion, and 16th-ranked MSU was moved up from Saturday to avoid conflict with the third game of the World Series. Spartan coach Duffy Daugherty said his MSU team would be hard- pressed to stop the Trojans' passing tandem of Pete Beathard to Hal Bedsole, even though Oklahoma turned the trick last zeek. Invades Knox Saturday AREA SlWASIIERS—Shown above are players from area high schools who are on the Knox College Grid Squad. Standing from left: Ron Eiscmann, Galesburg; Mike Zlelke, Alexis; George Shea, Corpus Christ! and Gary Fleming, Galesburg. Fleming is a regular while the others are counted on for heavy duty. The Siwashers host Lawrence Saturday. Gflrrlen State Opens CHERRY HILL, N.J. (UPI) The twin double, which has caught on in popularity at eastern race tracks this year, will not'be employed during the 26-day Garden State meet starting Saturday. However, general manager Joseph H. McGrane Jr. of the Garden State Racing Association said the daily program will consist of nine races instead of the usual eight. The track will be dark on Mondays. Friars Travel to Knoxville; ROVA, Alexis Entertain Foes Ducks Unlimited to Hold October Gathering Soon Illinois duck hunters and wives will be in for a night of preseason enthusiasm when Western Illinois Sportsmen for DucV, Unlimited hold their Second Annual Duck Rally. The meeting will be held at the Galesburg Eagles Lodge Wednesday, October 16. Doors will open at 6:30 and the meeting will start at 7:30. Buck callers from all over Western Illinois are invited to Doubtful Starters WASHINGTON (UPI) - Defensive players Johnny Sample and Claude Crabb, both hampered by knee injuries, worked out Thurs day with the Washington Redskins but still remain as doubtful starters for Saturday's game against the New York Giants. W n 0*»«W« Pavo^f CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. (UPI) The twin double paid $2,726 Thursday at Finger Lakes. Only three fans picked the winning 5-4 and 2-7 combination. Sign Contract MONTREAL (AP) - Heavyweight contenders Billy Daniels and Zora Folley signed a contract Thursday night to fight, here Oct. 17. participate in the duck calling contest which will be one of the many features of the evening. Judges for the contest will be John Liston, 1963 State Duck Calling Champion,. Mick Lacy, 1961 State Duck Calling Champion and 1963 State Goose Calling Champion, and Mel DeLang, 1963 Iowa State Duck Calling Cham pion. William T. Lodge, Director of Conservation for the State of Illinois, will be the main speaker. The award winning film "Mike" will be shown; a story of a black Labrador retriever, his training and life in the Arkansas marsh. The purpose of the meeting, as well as having a good time, is to raise money for improving the waterfowl breeding conditions in Canada. Many businesses and organizations have donated prizes that will be given away. Grand prize will be a 12 gauge Remington Model 58 3-inch magnum shotgun with case. Those entering duck calling contest should show up by at least 6:30, according to Ducks Unlimited officials. Don Cox, principal at Abingdon High School, is chairman; Ly'e Mist, vice cha'rman; and LMon, basketball coach at Knoxville high school, secretary- treasurer. Zephyrs Held To 0-0 Tie Lombard Junior High School was held to a 0-0 tie by a determined Farmington eleven at Farmington Thursday evening. Both teams failed to mount an effective offense and play was confined to midfield throughout the contest. The Zephyr defense showed up well in each quarter but offensive gains were nullified by penalties. Lombard hosts Galva on Oct. 8 at Lombard Field in its next Key Games on Tap in NFL By United Press International World Series or not, the show goes on this weekend in the National Football League where the Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears feel they face battles as vital as the Yankees and Dodgers. The Browns (3-0) take on the tough Pittsburgh Steelers (2-0-1) Saturday night at Cleveland in a showdown for the early Eastern Conference leadership. And the Bears (3-0) make their season's debut before the home fans on Sunday in a game against the Baltimore Colts (1-2). Cleveland and Chicago are the NFL's only perfect-record teams. The rest of the Sunday program finds the champion Green Bay Packers (2-1) at nome against the Los Angeles Rams (0-3); the New York Giants (2-1) at Washington against the Redskins (2-1); the Detroit Lions (1-2) at home NOW OPEN Frakes Barber 891 N. HENDERSON WE WELCOME ALL OLD and NEW CUSTOMERS! PLENTY PARKING IN REAR Your Patronage will be appreciated. THANK YOU-PALE FRAKES and JOHN DREDGE both formerly with Budd's & Keith's Barber Shops Union Shop-Ph. 342-672$-Hour* 8 ».m. to 5:30 p.m. against the San Francisco Forty Niners (0-3); the St. Louis Cardinals (2-1) at Minnesota against the Vikings (2-1), and the Philadelphia Eagles (0-2-1) at home against the Dallas Cowboys (0-3 >. Saturday night's Browns-SteeJ- ers game will be televised to New York, Washington and Chicago, as well as to Pittsburgh. The Steelers* solid defense, which has yielded only 31 points and one rushing touchdown in three games, will be put to a tough test against Jimmy Brown and the Browns. Cleveland leads the league in points scored with 98. Jimmy Brown is off to a brilliant start with 489 rushing yards and 6 touchdowns in 3 games. His average is a superb 8.6 yards per carry. And his ball-carrying has been complemented by the fine passing of Frank Ryan, who has thrown for 6 TD's. Comments coach Buddy Parker of the Steelers: "The Browns — and the Bears — have shown the most improver* "t in the league Ryan has completed 64 per cent of his passes. That, along with trying to contain Jimmy Brown, makes our task doubly difficult." I'ts the "haves" against the "have nots" tonight in Little Six gridiron happenings as Corpus Christi visits Knoxville, ROVA invades Aledo and Alexis hosts Abingdon. With one weekend of conference action in the books, Aledo, Alexis and Knoxville all hold wins as a result of impressive outings. Their opponents tonight will attempt to spread success more evenly. Dragons vs. Tigers Aledo, defending champion and once more a powerhouse in the Little Six alliance, wore CCHS down and went on to a 37-12 victory lost weekend. Coach John Thomas' Dragons figure to handle ROVA tonight as they continue th;'. bid for a second successive tire. Knoxville hosts former coach Wendell Stamps to highlight the annual homecoming festivities in that city. The Bullets of Rick McKillip, a disappointment in two non-conference tests, found themselves to the tune of 25-6 over Abingdon last Fr'.da^. The Friars, with underclassmen holding dovn ksy offensive spots, have a 2 -1 mark in three contests and a bounce of the football could decide tonight's clash. Rod Dennis' sparkling running poses a threat to Friar hopes, while Pat Prina's right arm supplies a good part of Corpus Christi's offensive punch. Kickoff time is 8:30 p.m. A toughening defense could be Abingd'-t's Waterloo as the Commandos hook uo w'th Alexis on the latter' home field. Coach Bob Houser's Cardinals, a power each autumn in small school football circles, stopped ROVA 7-0 last Friday to gain a share of the three-way snarl for the conference lead. CASH LOANS f JFor I Current N««</s I J '25 to '800 j i ! I Monthly Pmym9nt$ you \ ! c*n mtloidl Money for a i I newer car, auto repairs, • I medical hospital, dental J | expenses, an education — | I whatever you need—now I " available here— MrUffl. I Quickly I On Sensible Plow FINANCE l I 1 CORPORATION You can dmptnd on Vikings, Siwash Out After First '63 Win in MWC Tilt Knox and Lawrence Colleges, both cast in supporting roles as the Midwest Conference gridiron chase progresses, meet Saturday afternoon at Knox Athletic Field. After failing to impress those teams granted "top billing" in the MWC, the| Siwashers optimistically eye a win over the North* ern invaders, also winless in two tries. Showing definite signs of developing an offensive punch, the Siwashers hope to enter a good deal of time behind the Viking defense Saturday. The passing of "Duke" Botthof and the receiving of Don Harrington could bring coach Al Partin's eleven its first win through the air. Halfback Dave Eiss can be counted on to keep the Lawrence defense alert. If Knox is to win, it must uncover a formula to contain enemy runners, who have rushed for 535 yards against the Siwash defense. A numbe, of changes, aimed at shoring up the retreating defense, may be brought into piay Saturday. Lawrence brings the poorest offensive and defensive record in the conference into the game. Without the services of All-Conference backs Gary Just and Fred Flom, lost to the team through graduation, crucial spots have been left wanting in this season's Viking edition. A varied Siwash offense might find » measure of success against a less-than- sparkling Viking front line. Middle guard, however, could be the undoing of a potential Siwnsh ground gainer. The visitors boast a 250 pound senior, Walt Chapman, at that position. Agile as well as immovable, Chapman has been outstanding thus far this season; and seems a cinch for all-conference laurels. Lawrence holds the series edge with nine wins against eight for the hosts. One tie has cesulted from their meetings. Game time is 1:30 p.m. Saturday. outing. Lombard le Farmington Danlelson le Kauzerich German It Passmore Lipsky lg Lucas Burns c Bollinger Bern rg Isbell McCulloch rt Fields Childers re Guthrie Stewart t Ewalt Barragan t Dickerson Kirkpatrick lh Vm Crowell rh Jennings Score by quarters: Jennings quarters: 0 0 0 O—O Farmington ..0 0 0 0—0 GCJHS Edges Kewanee, 13-7 George Churchill drove for a pair of touchdowns in the opening period and fought off a number of Kewanee drives to best the Henry County crew, 13-7, Thursday evening. Fumbles and penalties halted the Churchill offense for the most part after its first quarter outbreak but the defense took over from that point and held on for the win. Turner; Catlin, Parr, Hawkins and Kreps were standouts as the locals held Kewanee in check for a good share of the contest George Churchill Ends—Hawkins, Ulm, Turner. Tackles—Weaver, Fight Results By The Associated Press MANILA—Johnny Jamito, 124, Philippines, outpointed Veeranid Charernmuang, 124, Thailand, 10. MONTREAL - Peter Schmidt, 146, Toronto, and Joey Durelle, 146, Trois-Rivieres, Que., drew, 12. MIAMI, Fla.—Tommy Dennis, 145, Tampa, outpointed Harry Belafonle, 147, Moultrie, Ga., 8. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Jackson, Allen, Ander- •at. Guards—Kreps, Swanson, Jobe. Centers—Olmsted, Cato. Backs—Johnson, Catlin, Nichols, Tate, foster, Parr, LeMasters. Ends—Cost, Krum. Tackles—Jones, Pratt. Guards—Neidezirla, Peed. Center—Jenks. Backs—Moser, Labedis, Riddick, Bdilla. Score by quarters: George Churchill —13 0 0> 0—13 Kewanee 0 0 7 0— 7 Touchdowns—George Churchill, Tate, 2; Kewanee, Labedis, 1. Points after touchdown— Georga Churchill, Johnson, 1; Kewanee, Labedis, 1. Prep Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago Area Amundsen 12, Marshall 6. Harlan 21, Hirsch 13. Prosser 20, Senn 0. Phillips 31, Hyde Park 0. . Crane 12, Roosevelt 7. 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