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Galesburg Rffllttf ftMa Gotesburg, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 1963 13 Wisconsin Places Fifth in Rating By The Associated Press Oklahoma's Sooners, their football fortunes on the rebound, will find out just how far they've come on the road back from mediocrity in the Cotton Bowl Saturday. There the mighty Sooners, who dominated college football a decade ago but among the also rans in recent years, place their best-in-the-nation ranking on the line against old foe Texas. A victory would put the Sooners in good shape for a shot at the national title. The rest of the schedule is against Big Eight opposition, against whom Oklahoma has a 98-8-3 record under Coach Bud Wilkinson. Texas, however, may have something to say about that. The Longhorns, unbeaten in three games and gunning for the national title they forfeited when tied by Rice last season, have taken over the No. 2 spot in the latest Associated Press poll and have a recent history of success against their favorite foes. The Longhorns have won the last five games in the old series. Oklahoma was idle last week, after scoring victories over Clemson and defending national champion Southern California, but held on to the top spot in the poll without trouble, polling 40 first place votes in a total of 54 ballots cast by the AP's special selection board. Texas, third a week ago, vaulted over Alabama and into the runner-up spot on the strength of a 34-7 romp over Oklahoma State. Alabama also won its third straight, belting Vanderbilt 21-6. There were a number of other changes in the select list, with only No. 10 Mississippi staying in the same spot. Northwestern and Georgia Tech, fifth and seventh a week ago, dropped from the list and were replaced by Ohio State and Penn State. The Top Ten, with first place votes in parentheses, and total points on the 10-9-8 etc basis: Team Points 1. Oklahoma (40) SOB 2. Texas (S) 435 3. Alabama (4) 430 4. Navy (3) 346 5. Wisconsin (1) 279 6. Pittsburgh (1) 228 7. Sou. Calif. 157 8. Ohio State 155 9. Penn State 120 10. Mississippi 88 NEW YORK (UPI) - The United Press International major college football ratings (with first-place votes and won-lost records in parentheses): Team Points 1. Oklahoma (21) (2-0) 322 2. Texas (2) (3-0) 257 3. Alabama (7) (3-0) 251 4. Pittsburgh (2) (3-0) 165 5. Wisconsin (2-0) 151 6. Navy (1) (3-0) 150 7. Ohio Stated) (2-0) 147 8. Penn State (3-0) 111 9. Southern Calif. (1) (2-1) 87 10. Nebraska (3-0) 57 Second 10 teams — 11, Mississippi, 53; 12, Illinois, 32; 13, Duke 28; 14, Georgia Tech, 22; 15, Northwestern, 21; 16, Oregon State, 20; 17, Arkansas, 12; 18, Missouri, 9; 19 (tie), Oregon and Kansas, 7 each. Others — Louisiana State, 6;, North Carolina State, 5; Iowa, 3; Rice and Syracuse 1 each. New Windsor Kart Racing Results In NEW WINDSOR - The first three place winners in the results of the Go-Kart and 45-inch car race at the Sod Savage race track held here Oct 4 are as follows: Lester McCaw of Viola, Kenneth McEnien of Aledo and Sid Snell, Viola, in Class A Go-Karts; feature race, McEnien, McCaw and Snell. In modified Class A Go-Kart semi-feature: Robert Mortland, .Aledo; Sid Snell, Viola and Rol- I laind McBride of Aledo. Feature, Mortland, McBride and Emery Garrett, New Windsor; 45- cubic inch car semi-feature, Harlan Morgan, Ray Litton and Rex Garrett, New Windsor; feature, Litton, Howard Streeter, Alpha, and Russell Swanson, Galesburg. The last in the series of Go- Kart and 45-inch car races will be held Oct. 18. GHS Sophs All Even On Gridiron Galesburg High School Sophomores, who have had two ties in four outings this season, will be after victory No. 2 in a game scheduled for next Tuesday night at Lombard Field. GHS now owns a 1-1-2 record. Saturday morning at Burlington the Ponies battled to a 19-19 deadlock, coming from behind in the second half. Most of the scoring was done after intermission with Galesburg reserves in the lineup. Rod Goedke scored for Galesburg in the first quarter when he went over from the three yard line. Burlington tied the count in the same period on a four yard pass and made the conversion to lead 7-6. In the second quarter, Burlington added to their lead by scoring on a two yard plunge but the extra point try failed. Galesburg countered in the third quarter when Doug Aliens- worth dashed 28 yards to paydirt and Rod Van Fleet converted to tie the game at 13-13. In the fourth^and final period, Van Fleet went six yards for a Galesburg TD and Burlington scored from the two. Both teams missed the conversion. Ends: Austin, Vanier, McMeen, Menke, Showers, Anderson, Tackles: Newburgh, Boyd, Blackledge, Hevland, Stick. Guards: Maze, Paisley, Davison. Centers: Stegall. Haraldson. Quarterbacks: Goedeke, Crouse, Halfbacks: Ferguson, Aliens- worth. Van Fleet, Crandell, Plank. Fullbacks: Middlewood, Lewis. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Heads Harness Field WESTBURY, N. Y. (UPI) — Dr. Donald C. Somers' Harold J. headed an eight-horse field named for the $50,000 Harness Track of America championship pace final at Roosevelt Raceway Friday night. Others entered are Rusty Range, Lehigh Hanover, Coffee Break, Adora's Dream, Buxton Hanover, Mr. C. Song and Mighty Tar Heel. Title Bout Set BERLIN (UPI) - British Empire champion Henry Cooper and countryman Brian "London will meet for Ingemar Johansson's vacant European heavyweight title. The championship committee of the European -Boxing Union, in making the ruling, said Germany's Karl Mildenberger and Wim Snoek of Holland did not receive enough votes to be considered leading contenders for the crown. WHAT'S UP FRONT COUNTS, TOO *f OP toe**? NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE By The Associated Press Tuesday's Game Montreal at Boston Wednesday's Game New York at Chicago Sooners to Outlast Texas; Purdue Seen Winning Upset By MAJ. AMOS B. HOOPLE Peerless Prognosticator Egad, friends, you have a treat coming this week. For the first time this season I am making my entire forecast without the assistance of any of the members of my scientific staff. In fact, after the dismal forecasting by several of them in re- Palmer Leads Winner DUNEDIN, Fla. (UPI) - Arnold Palmer, the first "hundred grand" pro golfer, has won $127,555 in official PGA earnings this year through last weekend's Whitemarsh Open. Palmer's $26,000 gained for his Whitemarsh victory put him a considerable distance in front of Jack Nicklaus' $85,990. Julius Boros is third With $77,356.67. CONTENDERS CLASH HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - Oakland's Roger Rischer takes on third-ranked Cleveland Williams of Houston in a 10-round heavyweight boxing match tonight. I 3 BUSINESS MEN S BUFFET §A MAN'S IDEA of o 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 CATERING HOURS • PrivsJs Pa*»U» • Mattings 9 AM. *H1 S PJH. Ffaont 942-31U Noxtto H«ndaiM>B it. »t. UP. Tip-in Shot Gives Bullets 109-108 Win STREATOR, 111. (AP) — Gus Johnson tipped in a field goal in the final three seconds, giving the Baltimore Bullets a 109-108 exhibition basketball victory over the Detroit Pistons Monday night. Johnson's basket came seconds after Detroit had gone ahead on Willie Jones' free throw. Terry Dischinger's 24 points were high for Baltimore, now 6-3 in exhibition play. Detroit, finishing pre-season play with a 1-4 record, was led by Bailey Howell's 14 points. Pitchers Named NEW YORK (UPI) - Juan Marichal and Pedro Ramos will be the starting pitchers in the first Latin • American major league players' game at the Polo Grounds Saturday afternoon. Marichal posted a 25-8 record for the San Francisco Giants this past season and Ramos had a 9-8 mark with the Cleveland Indians. Downes to Fight LONDON (UPI) — Former middleweight champion Terry Downes makes his first ring appearance in six months tonight when he meets Rudolph Nehring of West Germany. Nehring is the first German since World War II to fight a main event in Britain. READ THE WANT ADS! cent weeks, I had considered firing them all. But with the compassion for which we Hooples are well known, I just gave them a week off—without pay — hak- kaff! A careful perusal of the records and abilities of this weekend's opponents indicates that most of the favored elevens will walk off the field with the honors. The leading engagement will match Oklahoma and arch-rival Texas. I predict Oklahoma will outlast the Longhorns, 25-18, in a bruising battle. Other contests worthy of special note will feature Michigan State and Michigan, the Air Force Academy and Nebraska, and Ohio State and Illinois. The Hoople System forsees victories Area Youth Bears Torch On Journey An Illinois State Normal University student, Harold Bartee, of Knoxville, participated in bearing an Olympic torch across Illinois on its way to Detroit early today. The torch, carried the first two miles by four-minute-miler Jim Beatty out of Los Angeles, is to gain attention to the city of Detroit's willingness to host the 1968 Olympiad. Bartee is a senior at Illinois State and a member of the school's track and cross country teams. He and a number of other ISNU runners will advance the torch to a designated area outside Bloomington, each carrying the symbol about two miles, where athletes from another school will take over. Bids for the '68 Olympics will be accepted shortly after the 1964 games are completed in Tokyo. The U.S. last hosted the Olympics in 1932 at Los Angeles. for Michigan State, Air Force and Ohio State. The big upset of the day will occur in Madison, where Purdue's Boilermakers will hammer out a hard-won 17-14 triumph over Wisconsin—har-rumph! Now go on with the forecast. Kansas 10, Iowa State 7 Missouri 28, Kansas State 12 Miami (Fla.) 7, La. State 6 Michigan St. 24, Michigan 21 Northwestern 17, Minnesota 8 Navy 34, So. Methodist 16 So. Carolina 18, No. Carolina St. 6 Oklahoma 25, Texas 18 So. California 28, Notre Dame 17 Washington 21, Oregon St. 10 Purdue 17, Wisconsin 15 Rice 35, Stanford 12 Syracuse 16, U.C.L.A. 15 West Virginia 23. Wm. and Mary 15 Air Force 21, Nebraska 18 Alabama 17, Florida 6 Arkansas 15, Baylor 9 Penn State 16, Army 13 Holy Cross 17, Boston U. 3 Dartmouth 21, Brown 7 Duke 28, California 12 Columbia 10, Yale 6 Clemson 14, Georgia 10 Oklahoma St. 14, Colorado U. 8 Florida State 30, Wake Forest 8 Georgia Tech 24, Tennessee 15 Texas AIM 22, Houston 20 Ohio State 15, Illinois 7 Indiana 21, Iowa 14 Kentucky 27, Detroit 12 Illinois Loses Services of Regular Tackle By United Press International Illinois will be without first string tackle Bill Minor when the Ulini travel to Ohio State Saturday for their battle for first place in the Big Ten football race. Minor fractured a foot in Saturday's upset victory over Northwestern and will be out for at least four weeks, it was reported Monday. Ohio State Coach Woody Hayes had his sophomore quarterback Don Unverferth work for an extra half - hour Monday throwing against an Illini defense. Northwestern, which hosts Minnesota Saturday, may be below par on the line. Coach Ara Parseghian shifted center Ed Tuerk and tackles Jim Ziernke and Jim Burns to guard to wplace three guards injured in the Illinois game. - Minnesota quarterback Bob Sadek, demoted to the reserves last week for being late for practice.was back with the first string. Coach Murray Warmath worked his regulars full time, foregoing his usual practice of giving the first team an easy workout on Monday. Michigan State will be at Michigan this week for their traditional rivalry. MSU halfback Dewey Lincoln fractured bis jaw in Friday's loss to Southern California, and coach Duffy Daughterty said he wouldn't know until Wednesday whether Lincoln will play against the Wolverines. Bump Elliott said he expected his Michigan crew to be at full strength this weekend. Fifth - ranked Wisconsin opens defense of its Big Ten crown by hosting Purdue Saturday. Both the Badgers and Boilermakers went through light drills Monday to give several players a chance to heal bumps before engaging in contact work later this week. Indiana will be at Iowa in the week's other Big Ten clash. Coach Phil Dickens sent his Hoosiers through a pass defense workout in anticipation of a passing attack by Iowa. Iowa Players got a "reward" for their victors over Washington last weekend—a light workout in sweat clothes. At Notre Dame, players who saw heavy duty against Purdue last week had a light workout. Others scrimmaged against the reserves in preparation for the invasion by Southern California Saturday. Fullmer Fighting BigBattle TEANECK, N.J. (AP) - Gene Fullmer is fighting the toughest battle of his life and it's got him hearing things. A little voice keeps telling him to, "try one more fight" and a much bigger voice—Mrs. Fullmer —wants him to call it a career. While he tries to make up his mind, the former middleweight champion, now 32, bides his time working on the mink farm and quarter-horse ranch he owns in West Jordan, Utah, and training his brother, Don, for a future shot at the title he once held. Don, 24, gets a chance to take a step up Wednesday night when be meets Jose Torres in a 10- rounder at the Teaneck Armory. Gene will be in his corner. "I've been trying to talk myself into retiring ever since the last fight against Dick Tiger in August," Gene said, "but that little voice keeps telling me to try it once more. "I'm still undecided. In a way, I'd like to try it again but my wife and family are against it. I haven't set a definite date when I'll make up my mind but It won 't be too long. "I haven't been in a ring or had a pair of gloves on since the last Tiger fight. I've been keeping busy on my two ranches, which are coming along fine." The oldest of the fighting,Fullmer brothers — Jay, a promising lightweight, retired several years ago because of an eye injury — Gene has found it increasingly tougher to get into shape. Also preying on his mind is the fact that a fighter usually is the last one to know when he 's through. "Everybody hates to admit they've had it," he said. "I know I do." Sell Tickets For GHS Game General admission (adult and student) tickets for the Galesburg- Peoria Central High School football game in Peoria Thursday night, Oct. 10, may be purchased now until 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon at LeGrand's Service Station. Local, Area Bowling Standings and Scores Frankel's, 20-6; Lowrey Organs, 19-5; First & Puckett, 18-6; Wong's, 17-7; Hawkinson, 15-9; Accounting Systems, 14-10; Admiral 12-12; DeLuxe, 9-15; Tate's Beauty Salon, 8-16; L. D. Johnson, 7-17; Fleck's, 3-21; Kresge's, 2-22. High ~ team series, First & Puckett, 2641; high team game, Frankel's, 902. High individual series, Shirley Hardister, 565; high individual game, Shirley Hardister 232. INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Team No. 5, 13-3; DeLuxe Cafe, 11-5; Pastime Club, 10-6; Plamor Bowl, 8'/a-7 '/2; Team No. 6, 4-12; Hendrick's Electric, 1%-14%. High team series, Team No. 5, 3022; high team game, Pastime Club, 1061. High individual series, Dave Powell, 611; high individual game, Billy K. K. Johnson, 234. 1 BIO 13 LEAGUE Meadow. Gold, 15-5; Coca Cola, 14-6; American Legion, 14-6; Mast's Texaco, 12-8; McGee's Garage, IIV2- 8'/ 2 ; LeGrand's "66" Service. 10-10; Busch Bavarian, 9-11; Mayco, 8-12; Hansen Lumber (Rio), 8-12; Tractor Supply, 6%-13»,i; Rio Elevator, 6-14; Lear's Welding, 6-14. High individual series, Charles Taylor, 590; high individual 1 game, Bill Strahan. 234. High team series, Mast's Texaco, 2999; high team game, Busch Bavarian, 1064. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS LEAGUE Pabst Blue Ribbon, 14-6; Grady's Tavern, 11-9; Misfits. 11-9; Kimble Karpets, 10-10; Galesburg Glass, 8-12; West Drugs, 6-14. High team series, Galesburg Glass, 3016; high team game, Galesburg Glass, 1068. High individual game, D. Nolan, 210; high individual series, J. Ramirez, 573. ELKS LITTLE SHOTS LEAGUE Hilltop Trailer Parn 32-10; Park Drive Dairy, 30%-ll'/a; Gale Ward's, 29-13; State Farm Ins., 27-15; Hutchcroft Implement, 21-21; Hawthorne Drugs, 20-22; Thomas Electric, 20-22; Ycager's Heating, 19-23; Higgins Dairy, 16'/ 2 -25'/!i; Gale's Bait Shop, 16-26; Elks Club, 15-27; Hobby Grill, "6-36. High team aeries, Hilltop Trailer Park. 2428; high team game, Gale Ward's, 854. High individual series, Irma Hawkins, 488; high individual game, Irma Hawkins, 202. TROUBLE SHOOTERS LEAGUE Leo Stein Trophies, 17-7; L. A. Linman Ins., W/a-Vb; Hilman, Curry Mobile Service, 14-10; McDonald's, 12%-llft; Hawthorne Drugs, 11-13; State Farm Ins., 9-15; David Klapp Exc, 9-15; Carson, Pirie Scott, 7-17. High team game, L. A. Linman Ins., 946; high team scries, L. A. Linman Ins., 2641. High individual game, Wanda Heimel and Bernadine Skrzupek, 183, tie; high individual series, Karen Turney 490. WHITE SOX LEAGUE Elgin Water Cond., 16-8; Davis Food Stores, 15-9; Leo Stein, 14-10; Clean Towel Service, 12-12; Gales-' burg Bowl, 11-3; Lyle Balr, Specialty, 4-20. High team aeries, Davis Food Stores, 2583; high team game, Lyle Bair Specialty, 889. High individual series, Gerry Hamrick, 544; high individual game, Gerry Hamrick, 195. RAILROAD LEAGUE Gale Ward, 35-7; Miracle Water, 27-15; Hi-Lo Grocery, 26-16; Chuck & Rose's Mkt, 26-16; Schwarz Bros., 24-18; Joe's Place, 24-18; Liquorama, 21-21; Higgins Dairy, 18-24; Dick Blick Kingpins, 15-27; Dick Blick No. 2, 14-28; Jack's Supply, 11-31; Victor Casket, 11-31 High team series, Schwarz Bros., 3049; High team game, Schwarz Bros., 1071. High ind. series, Cass Anderson, 586; High ind. game, Paul Timmons, 232. NORTHGATE~"12" LEAGUE Benny's Tap, 22-2; Lacky's Monuments, 17-7; Intra State Telephone Co., 17-7; Butler's Team No. 1, 16-8; O. T. Johnson, 15-9; Butler's Team No. 3, 12Vx-lVh; Johnson Tire & Battery, 11-13; Chambers St. Mkt., 10»/ 2 -13'/a; Butler's Team No. 2, 9-15; J. P. Oil, 6-18: Lindsay's Water Softener, 6-18; Schubach's, 2-22. High team series, Lacky's Monument, 2549; High team game, Lacky's Monument, 868. High ind. series, Don Nelson, 543; High ind. game, Don Nelson, 22S. TEN PIN MAJORS LEAGUE C St I Lunch, 24-11; C & W Standard, 21-14; Galesburg Sheet Metal, 20-15; Knapp's Shoes, 19-16; American Legion, 19-16; Galesburg Bowl, 18-17; Reynolds Bros. Corn SheUers, 16-19; Accounting Systems, 16-19; Triple AAA, 16-10; Jo* the Tailor, 14-21; Geerling'g Feeds, 11-24; Carlson's Heating, 9-26. High team series, C it W Standard, 3014; High team game, Knapp's Shoes, 1050. High ind. series, Charles Eaves, 592; High ind. game, Bob Dorethy, 226. WHOLESALE DIST. LEAGUE Uncle Joe Tavern, 16-4; Stag, 14-6; Miller's High Life, 12-8; Drewry's, 8-12; Blue Ribbon, 7-13; Schlitz, 3-17. High team series. Miner's High Life, JJ104; High, team game. Miller's High Life. 10n. High ind. series, Bob Westfau,. 588; High ind. game, Andy St. George, 216. TOWN AND COUNTRY LEAGUE Mitchell Dry Goods, 16-4; Fran's Beauty Shoppe, 14-6; Rex D. Johnson, 13-7; Galesburg Bowl, 13-7; Harbor Lights, 12-8; Young's Super- way, 11-9; Folkenroth's Ins., 11-9; Sharp & Shunick Serv., SM-IV/-; Midland Collieries, 6-14: Central Butane Gas Serv., 6-14; Team No. 1, 4 , /a-15 , /a; Laisure Serv., 3-17. High team game, Galesburg Bowl, 928; High team series, Galesburg Bowl, 2557. High ind. game, Mary Lou Bock, 201; High ind. series, Mary Benedict, 519. BOWELETTEK LEAGUE Hillier's Diner, 17-3; Allen's Sales & Service, 14-6; Order Buyers, 14-6; Roto-Rooter Service, 13-7; Carlson Heating, 12-8; Kenny Shell, 10-10; Jean & Ella's Cafe, 10-10:. Gals Ward, 9-11; Galesburg Bowl. 7-13; Fox Dairy Bar, 5-15; Harbor Lights, 5-15; Canton Cafe. 4-16. High team series, Carlson's Heating, 2713; high team game, Carlson Heating, 962. High individual series, I. Anderson, 541; high individual game, D. Peterson, 203. READ THE WANT ADS! 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