Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 7, 1963 · Page 14
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V RMA Fumbles To tm vom tm> - *«it#f* i " THW* tWv IMIn Ifnnml w«igfit chimptan Emltf _ — Swept up in the homecoming spirit, RMA la lM^fdiMl** th# hdst Trojans * 13-0 Bi-County Conferene* football victory here Saturday afternoon. Stronghurst defense stole the show as RMA fumbled on no less than four occasions, Both Cadet mlscues figured prominently in the Trojan TD's. Glenft P«rl» • lM-pMMl iia<Hhllii^N-i Mator fall***, pfcfci* if i Urn ball late fi Itta *e*4 CYCLE WINNERS Shown with Mississippi Buck, Blue Island. Van Damme earned 189 Valley Motorcycle Shorttrack Association troph les are (left to right) Wally Urban, Galesburg; Denny Van Ramme, Propheistown and Ronald points for first place while Urban finished second with 144 and Buck's 139 was good for third. Members T I M VIM Cyclists KEWANEE and honored guests attended the annual awards banquet of the Mississippi Valley Motorcycle Shorttrack Association Saturday evening, held at Waunee Farms. The organization, comprised of dubs from Galesburg, New Windsor and Tampico, recognized the ten top riders from its summer program of 19 with trophy and First Awards Banquet honorable mention prizes. Toastmaster Jim Leahy of Galesburg presented trophies Van to Denny Prophetstown, Damme, who led all 'cyclists with 189 points on a 250 cc Parllla; Wally Urban, Galesburg, 155 points and Ronald Buck, Blue Island, who earned 139 points through the season. Riders from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin and Missouri participated in the association- sponsored events. All races were held on one-eighth mile short- tracks. Wally Roger Rieman of who finished ninth in Kewanee, national is,/ BUSINESS At - FT r * • nr MAN'S IDEA Good Lunch That's the kind that we serve here! Food to suit every mood ... all of the finest quality, prepared by a master chef, served in a most congenial and relaxing atmosphere* Every Noon 11:30 'Till 2:00 Monday thru Friday point standings this season, was introduced to the 75 persons in attendance by toastmaster Leahy. The MVMSA's business meeting was set for mid-December at a location yet to be named. Entertainment and dancing were held throughout the remainder of the evening. The association, finishing its first year on a successful note, invites all riders interested shorttrack competition tact any organization for information. Point Standings Denny Van Damme 189 WalJy Urbna 165 Ronald Buck 139 Homer Saltz 129 Bob Afcans 103 Larry Rombout 82 Jerry Underwood 80 Tom Page 78 in to con- member END OF GAIN—An unidentified Stronghurst runner comes dowi after a sizeable gain at Stronghurst Saturday afternoon. Stanflll (12) of RMA is the tackier. Trojan end Ellis Vancil (43) looks on as does Cadet end Mike Turpln (85). Walter Alston (Continued from page 12) "I hit a very good pitch" he said. "It was a curve outside but I just caught it. I was looking for a pitch like that and was ready for it." And Ford shook his head and I don't know how you can Howard. Maybe he was 9t said, figure guessing on the pitch. Jim Gilliam expressed his pride in this year's Dodger team because it showed the doubters that it didn't "choke" after last year's failure. "I'm real proud of these kids," Gilliam said. "Everybody did his part and they came up big when it counted." Lutheran Brotherhood Legal Reicrv* Lit* Insurance 1 IIMHI PHONE 342-2151 Galesburg, 111. North Henderson St. Rt. 150 Will your wtte Inherit your home or your mortgage? Ask me about low- cost mortgage insurance from Lutheran Brotherhood Mtmbtt of the 8. W Carter Agency the team. Gets Drop Green BOSTON (UPD — Bill Green, the first choice of the Boston Celtics in last season's National Basketball Association draft, was dropped from the roster Sunday. 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Tu«s., Wed., Thuri., 9 A.M. to 530 P.M Scots Fall To Grinnell f«r n ym* ti* fhtt that tffort broke up i punting contest mith ftiw the ball change hands en nearly every leriei ef dtwwig te thee. The plac#ment wee gded and Strong- hum took i 74 lead elf the field at halffime. RMA authored several long marched throughout the game and twice drove inside the Trojan five. One opportunity came in the opening period and the Trojans took over on downs after the invaders had earned a first and goal on the seven. Threaten Again The Rough Riders threatened again in the third quarter. Joe Sanders passed 18 yards to Wally Stanfill before halfback Tom Morman broke into the secondary and gained 35 yards to the Stronghurst two. RMA fumbled eece again, however, and the host's one touchdown lead held up going Into the final quarter. An exchange of punts from that juncture put the RMA back on their own two. Tackle Don Kemp then set up the second Stronghurst touchdown, shaking the ball loose from Sanders as was back in New York today with louder demands for a shot at the middleweight crown be* cause of Saturday night's victory in Puerto Rico over middleweight contender Jose Gonzalez. Griffith's 147-pound crown was not at stake against contender Jose of the 160-pound division. why 1 should get • title*fight with champion Dick Tiger, Griffith said today, First, rye already beaten at least four middleweight*, and second, a battle of champions between Tiger and me would draw more money than any fight ex* cent Sonny Liston and Cawiut clay." h 4 * v -t FAB 1 mm BARCLAY'S EXTRAORDINARY BOURBON Bottled Not too soon for flavor.. * not too late for lightness. Tp " 8 * . . . you'll agree. he looked for downfield re- quiet Mon- MONMOUTH - Grinnell, for the first half, upended mouth 16-7 here Saturday afternoon by waiting until the last minutes to get things done. The visitors took an 8-7 lead in the third period and iced the win with two minutes showing to be played. Monmouth is now 0-3 on the season. Summerhill put the Scots out in front with a plunge from two yards out and Mock added a placement for a 7-0 lead in the opening quarter, Grinnell held the Monmouth offense in check for the remainder of the contest. Elston Bowers scored for Grinnell on short yardage in the third quarter and quarterback Dick Orchard passed to Synhorst in the fourth. Orchard passed for both two-point conversions. Grinnell ceiver and recovering just one- and one-half yards from the end zone. Larry Jacob pitched out to Steve Car gill on the next play and the Trojans had their second six-pointer. The 155-pound junior halfback skirted around right end for the touchdown. lmta|t STRAIGHT iOUMON WHISKEY-8A PROOf JAS. B A I CLAY & CO. LIMITED, PEORIA, ILL WINTER G auger le Weyrauch It Rorich lg Mitchell c Warrick rg Montgomery rt McKireen re Orchard qb Clark hb Synhorst hb Goldman fb Score by quarters: Grinnell 0 0 Monmouth 7 0 Touchdowns—Monmouth, merhill; Grinnell, Bowers, horst. Point after touchdown mouth. Mock. Monmouth Deegan Triner Bianucci Garrett Stephani Pa a sen Stergolz Taylor Tucker Crum Keaner 8 8—18 0 0- 7 Sum* Syn- Mon- How Top 10 Teams Fared By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here's how the top ten in The Associated Press college football poll fared last week: 1. Oklahoma (2-0), idle. 2. Alabama (3-0), defeated Vanderbilt 21-6 3. Texas (3-0), defeated Oklahoma State 34-7 4. Wisconsin (2 -0), idle. 5. Northwestern (2 -1), lost to Illinois 10-9 6. Navy (3-0), defeated Michigan 26 -13 7. Georgia Tech (2 -1), lost to Louisiana State 7-6 8. Southern California (2-1), defeated Michigan State 13-10, Friday night 9. Pittsburgh (3-0), defeated California 35-15 10. 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