Page 13 article text (OCR)
Galesburg Reoister-Moit, Golesburg, Friday, Oct. 11, 1961 11 Streaks Fall to Central; Friars Win Chuck Neumann Sparks Attack For Peorians By JOE MORRISSEY PEORIA — Peoria Central and quarterback Chuck Neumann — not necessarily in that order — proved too much for the Galesburg Silver Streaks here Thursday night as the Lions scored a 25-12 victory. It was the fifth straight triumph for the undefeated (Peorians who jumped out Zippers In 19-7 Win on Home Field MONMOUTH - Farmington scored first, but came out last here Thursday night as Monmouth rallied to a 19-7 non-conference football victory. Quarterback J i m DeWeerth raced around right end and Jerry Anderson added the extra point on a run to give Farmington a 7-0 second quarter lead. Monmouth tied it by halftime, however, and tucked away the win with a TD in each of the last two periods. The Zippers are now 3-2 on the season, while Farmington failed in its fifth try for a win. Reserve halfback Jim Bunn broke through the middle for three yards and a touchdown with 1:55 remaining in the first half before Mike Corgnati ran for the extra point to deadlock the score. Quarterback Jim Waters put the hosts ahead to stay with a plunge into the end zone from a yard out. Corgnati put the lid on the decision with a touchdown at the buzzer. Monmouth Anderson Love James Heatherly Wolf Rule McGinnis Waters Nelson Corgnati • Stanton 1c It lg c rg rt re qb hb hb fb Farmington Stevens Bolton Wren DuBois Alwood Hedden Linz DeWeerth Anderson McKeever Faralll Score by quarters: Farmington 0 7 0 0—7 Monmouth — 0 7 6 6—19 Touchdowns — Farmington, De Weerth; Monmouth, Bunn, Waters, Corgnati. Points after touchdowns—Monmouth, Corgnati; Farmington, Anderson. Westmer Loses To Atkinson As Rally Fails JOY — Scoring in every quarter but the last, Atkinson overcame a fourth quarter rally by a determined Westmer team here Thursday night to win 19-13 in a Cornbelt Conference game. A nine-yard run by Dick Van Opdorp followed by a pass from Dennis Van Meenen to Roger Goreth for the extra point started the Atkinson scoring. Three other Atkinson touchdowns were called back in the first quarter. Van Opdorp also scored on a 6-yard run in the second quarter to put Atkinson in front 13 to 0 at the half. Mike Minert scampered over from the three yard line for a third quarter Atkinson touchdown. In the Westmer fourth quarter rally, Ivan Houston scored on a 6-yard run and Ron Crose scampered 31 yards with an intercepted pass. Houston ran over for the extra point. The rally ended here as Atkinson dug in and held on to their lead. in front with a pair of touchdowns in the first quarter and stayed on top the rest of the way. Galesburg, led by hard-running Fritz Menke, made a good showing against the heavily favored Central team and was able to move the ball well on offense. However, errors — both mechanical and mental—proved costly against the Lion eleven. Neumann, who ran 73 yards from scrimmage for the first two touchdowns, picked up 104 yards on five carries and added 37 to the Central total through the air. Menke Sets Pace Menke was the main show as far as Galesburg's running game was concerned and on several occasions showed the wisdom of hard running and that second burst of energy. He made this formula pay off last night with 117 yards in 13 carries. Quarterback Jim Catlin did a good job directing the Streak attack and completed seven out of 10 passes for a total of 64 yards through the air. Central drove 58 yards for a touchdown after receiving the opening kickoff with Jeff Conrad diving over from the two. A running attempt for the extra point failed. Galesburg fumbled on its first play from scrimmage and Central recovered on the Galesburg 38. After three first downs Dirk Wall- brock plunged over from the two for the TD. The conversion attempt again failed but the Streaks trailed 12-0. Galesburg crashed the scoring column midway in the second quarter when Catlin fired to end Mike Davis on a 37-yard touchdown play. The Streak flanker made a circus catch on the seven- yard line and went the rest of the way. The conversion attempt failed when the pass from center was bad. Seconds later, Central fans were treated to one of the spectacular plays of the night when Neuman authored his 73-yard spring to paydirt. This was on the first play from scrimmage after receiving the Galesburg kickoff. Wallbrock kicked the extra point and the Lions were on top 19-6 before the teams left the field at halftime. Neither club scored in the third stanza but the Lions scored early in the fourth quarter when Neuman went eight yards on a roll out around left end. This drive carried 85 yards and started in the third period. The conversion attempt failed. The final score of the evening came when a Catlin to Dan Stewart pass clicked for 10 yards and the TD. This drive started when Galesburg's Bill Copeland recovered a Central fumble on the Streak 35. STATISTICS Galesburg Central Wins in Stretch PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Really Something, driven by Del Cameron, came out of the pack in the home stretch Thursday night and won the $9,375 Penn's Purchase Trot, the Grand Circuit harness racing feature at Liberty Bell Park. Time for the mile was 2:04. Siwash Seek 1st MWC Win Against Coe Coach AI Partin's Siwash travel Saturday to see for themselves if the grass is any greener on the opposite side of the river. Denied its first Midwest Conference win on a fourth quarter kickoff return and conversion last weekend, Knox meets Coe for another try at victory. Coe, with a 1-2 record in three games, is led by quarterback Rich Tosi. Tosi has thrown for 162 yards to date and directed the Kohawk rushing offense over 346 yards. Knox will retaliate with Duke Botthof, who enters into the contest with a 13 of 28, 47 per cent completion record for 193 yards and one touchdown. He has also caught four passes for 94 yards. Knox may be hard-pressed to make any impression on the Coe defense Saturday. The Iowans were first in the MWC in that respect before getting shelled by Ripon 35-8 their last time out. Missing from the Coe lineup will be Rollie Pardun, a powerful junior halfback sidelined for the season by an injury. He had been the Kohawks' largest individual ground gainer through three games. Sophomore Don Hayes will take over his vacated position. Veteran fullback Bill Johnson, a 182- pound runner, also looks to become more active in the Coe offense since the loss of Pardun. Siwash Leaders Pete Holstrom also reaped a bumper crop of yardage against the Vikings. He has a 3.4 average per carry this season and gained 74 yards last Saturday. Halfback Don Harrington has teamed with Bottof in the Siwash air attack, throwing four com plete passes for a 94 yard total On the other end, he has caught five for 117 yards. A defensive line which limited Lawrence to 74 yards from scrimmage carries Knox hopes into the game. The offensive wall has shown lapses which must be corrected if Coe is to be overcome. First Downs 11 by Rushing — !» by Passing .- J bv Penalties 1 Total Yards Gained — 2.15 by Rushing 171 by Passing — 6$ Passes Attempted 13 Passes Completed 7 Passes Intercepted by 0 Punts, Average 2-45 Fumbles 5 Fumbles Lost 2 Penalties 4-20 Galesburg Stinson Schumann Maze Durbin Denisar Holmes Davis Catlin Menke Autmon Stewart le It lg c rg rt re qb hb hb fb IS 13 1 1 260 223 37 6 2 0 3-32.1 2 2 8-81 Central Kloppmann Dimler Crooks Cummins Ford VanNess Reising Neumann • Conrad Wellbrock Jockisch Score by quarters: Galesburg 0 6 0 6—12 Central ... 12 7 0 6—25 Touchdowns—Galesburg, Davis. Stewart; Central, Conrad, Wellbrock, Neumann 2. Point after touchdowns—Wellbrook. Referees, Bob Brodbeck, Russ Moore; umpire, Dick Pemberton; head lineman, Ed Meyer. CAR WASH KENNY'S SHELL CORNER HENDERSON « MAIN 9 to 5 - SATURDAY, OCT. 12th Sponsored by CALVARY ASSEMBLY YOUTH GROUP Union Nips Stronghurst In League BIGGSVILLE — Union's Yankees trailed until the final 45 seconds of play Thursday night, but came out with an 18-13 victory over the Stronghurst Trojans. The unbeaten Yankees scored in the first quarter when Jim Goff went 5 yards around left end, However, Larry Jacobs plunged over from the two to climax an 80 - yard Stronghurst drive. In the second quarter, Union tallied on a 28-yard pass play from Tim Goff to Leonard Anderson. The Trojans tied it up and went ahead in the same period when Jacobs hit Grady first on a 25-yarder and Junior Cargill kicked the extra point. Neither team scored in the third period, but with 45 seconds to go in the final frame, Allan Bricker went over for Union from the one yard line. This capped a 90-yard drive. The Yankees are now 4-0 on the season and 3-0 in the Bi-County. Warsaw Romps Past Media MEDIA—Led by the tremendous running of left halfback Darrel Althide, who scored six touchdowns and passed for another, Warsaw romped over Media by a 51 to 13 score here Thursday night. Althide ran for four touchdowns, intercepted a pass for another, and ran a kickoff back for still another. He also completed a pass to Meyer for another score. Lynn Stevens also scored for Warsaw. A 76-yard run by Jim Heap and a 12-yard pass from Jeff White to Duane Roach were the extent of the Media scoring. I ^Hii ^liiBlll 'Wlllli' ., '"•'S«*» NOT GIVING UP— A Warren ball carrier gets that one extra yard before being brought down. The Roseville defenler seems to have the stop made but a teammate looks on just in case. Warren topped Roseville by a 6-0 score in a Bi-County Conference game at Warren. Warren Edges Roseville 6-0 Warsaw Ellis Beeler Gryp Locke Marg Burnett Meyer Figge Althide Stevens Foley le It lg c rg rt re qb hb hb fb Media Hulet McCollum Gearhart Kettlekamp R. White Schenck VanArsdale J. White Roche Cassiday Heap Score on 49 Yard Pass in 3rd Quarter MONMOUTH — Warren, scor ing two touchdowns to get one, squeaked by Roseville 6-0 here Thursday night in a Bi-County Conference gridiron meeting. Two successive touchdown passes by quarterback Randy Rodgers, one of which was called back by a downfield penalty, broke a scoreless duel during which neither team could mount an offensive threat. Warren won its second conference game without loss to stay on the heels of unbeaten Union. The Warriors of coach Harold Davis have tied one in Bi-County strife and are 4-1 overall. Roseville is 3-2 in all games after absorbing its first loss in three conference encounters. A larger Panther eleven kept Warren at bay throughout most of the evening in the evenly-matched duel. The visitors drove to the Warrior 28 yard line in the second period to register the only valid scoring threat of the first half. Rodgers broke up the midfield battle when he found Gary Way on a 43-yard pass play in the third period for what appeared to be the first TD of the evening. Hits Again Rodgers, undaunted at having the play called back, hit Dave Hanson from the 49 yard line seconds later for a six-pointer that stayed on the scoreboard. The game returned to a standoff from that point. Roseville, with backs Gary and Steve Conway returned to the lineup after early-season injuries, showed well on defense but failed in their efforts to keep a sustained drive going Roieville Wainman Brendt Kiemig Wtnola Sherrard Esp le T. Spengler Nelson It Zierrrer Hay lg T. Slavish Knox c Franck Noid rg rt D. Slavish Luker rg rt White Johnson re Youngberg Yorkey qb Basala Anderson hb J.Spengler Jenkens hb Meister Brown fb Parchert Sherrard 6 6 0 0—12 Winola ..6 0 0 7—13 AUainan Pinney Turner Schisler Tinker S. Conway G. Conway Ault Score by quarters Roseville --Warren Referee, Kalosh; _. head lineman, Dohrn le It lg c rg rt re qb hb hb fb Warren Hanson Casteel Ryner Whiteman Nide Philman Hippen Rodsers Way O'Brien Lee 0 0 0 0—0 0 6 0—6 umpire, Biehl; -0 Sophomore Game To Be Played Monday Night The sophomore football game between Galesburg and Canton, originally scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 15, has been changed to Oct. 14 (Monday). Game time—7 p.m. Place—Lombard Field. Score by quarters: Warsaw 13 18 13 7—51 Media — 0 0 13 0—13 Referee, Berry; umpire, Swise; head lineman Hill. INSIDE PAGE THE DOCTOR... Hoover on Waivers PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - Tom Hoover, the Philadelphia 76ers' No. 1 draft choice, has been placed on the waiver list. Hoover, 6-10, dropped out of Villanova and played for the Camden Bullets of the Eastern Professional Basketball League last season before becoming eligible for the National Basketball Association draft.* Winola Jets Triumph 13-12 In Homecoming VIOLA — The Winola Jets scored a 13-12 come-from-behind victory over the Sherrard Tigers here Thursday night in a Cornbelt Conference game. A one-yard plunge by Mick Anderson and an extra point on a run by Ray Jenkins in the fourth quatrer gave Winola the victory. Both teams managed to hit paydirt in the first quarter. A 57-yard run by Ray Jenkins put Winola in the scoring column. A 12-yard run by the Sherrard fullback Jerry Parchert knotted the score at six all. Sherrard then took the lead at halftime on a 15-yard pass from Rick Basala to Mike Dawson. Winola then held Sherrard scoreless in the second half and went on to win in the final quarter. Spinillo and Kennedy Catch 1 Scoring Passes ONEIDA — Everything was up in the air here Thursday night. Corpus Christi bested ROVA 13-6 in a Little Six Conference football game which saw both offenses fueled by the forward pass. The Friars, snatching their first conference win in three decisions, scored the Aledo Tops Abingdon in 33-19 Tilt Referee, Miller; umpire, Yeager; head lineman, Lindholm. Hernus Fired HOUSTON (AP)—Solly Hemus, fired as a New York Met coach Thursday after two seasons under Casey Stengel, said he hopes to continue in baseball on the field but has no definite connection to announce at this time. Valley Nips Avon, 7-0 AVON — A second quarter touchdown gained through the air gave Valley a 7-0 verdict over Avon here Thursday night. Valley's Morse hauled down Kennelly's aerial attempt and rambled 28 yards for the deciding score. Hardnosed defensive work highlighted the contest in which both offenses were frustrated when scoring opportunities arose. clincher on a pass from Pat Prina to Jim Kennedy with :09 showing on the clock. This climaxed a march that saw Corpus cover 42 yards in less than a minute. ROVA has now been denied in three Little Six contests and stands at 2-3 on the season. Corpus Christi has two losses, along with a trio of wins as the season passed the halfway mark. A defensive duel took place Thursday evening before each club mounted a scoring threat in the final period. ROVA, with Allen Scott laying the groundwork, drove to the Friar 12, but was stopped as the Friar defense stiffened. Following a quick exchange of the ball, Prina picked out Kennedy on three successive pass plays covering 30, four and eight yards. Kennedy, a 140-pound junior playing right end, leaped from a crowd of ROVA defenders to haul down the TD pass. Prina also engineered the first Corpus score in the second quar ter, but with a different Friar as his target. TD for Spinillo Avon ft'.turray Pool Hamman Davis Anders Sloan Paradis Dawson clampitt Scnsabaugh Chatte-rton le It lg c rg rt re qb hb hb fb Valley Thurman Chatterton Effland Parli Ferry Ward Schulthes Kennelly Morse Piatt Downing Score by quarters: Valley 0 7 0 0^-7 Avon 0 0 0 0—0 Points after touchdowns—Piatt. Referee, Kerska; umpire, Lawson; head lineman. Walters. Wins on KO LOS ANGELES (AP) - Adolph Pruitt of St. Louis, a promising lightweight protege of Henry Armstrong, caught Art Hayward of Los Angeles with a left hook Thursday night for a knockout after 47 seconds of the second round at Olympic Auditorium. RMA Edges Yorkwood, 13-6 KIRKWOOD — Led by halfback Wally Stanfill, RMA downed Yorkwood 13 to 6 here Thursday night in a Bi-County Conference game. RMA scored first in the second quarter on a 27-yard pass from Bob Stanford to Stanfill. This gave RMA a 6 to 0 halftime lead. Fullback Jack Nelson scampered over from the 10-yard line for Yorkwood's only touchdown. Stanfill then scored on a 60-yard run and Blown added the extra point for the RMA victory , RMA i Leriffin Vierditit Blown Lowe Smith Ryan Boeimar Sanford atanfili Smith Simeney ie It lg c rg rt ro qb hb hb fb Yorkwood Birdfell Bass Watson Erlandson Lefler Thompson Ross Avery Stevens Conard Nelson Score by quarters: RMA __ 0 6 7 0—13 Yorkwood .0 0 6 0—6 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Knoxville Hands Alexis 1st Setback in 18-7 Loop Tilt ALEXIS - Knoxville, held in check throughout the first half, came alive to hand previously unbeaten Alexis an 18-7 setback here Thursday night in an important Little Six Conference match. The Blue Bullets thus retained their unbeaten status in the conference while Alexis dropped its first decision in three games. Aledo also kept a spotless Little Six record to keep pace with Knoxville, pre-season favorites to finish atop the conference. Knoxville failed to break into the scoring column in the opening two periods, as did Alexis, but sent John Rosene in from 3 yards out for a 6-0 lead in the third quarter. Coach Rich McKillip's charges broke it open in the final period as Rod Dennis went 18 yards to the end zone and Dean Albright returned a pass interception 20 yards for the touchdown. Bob McCreight plunged over from the one foot line for the lone Cardinal TD. Curtis Moore kicked for the point after touchdown and Alexis jumped ahead in its bid for win number five this season without a loss. Fullback Jim Farm set the stage for McCreight with a run of 15 yards moments earlier. Dennis, running from his halfback position, swept around left end to counter the Alexis touchdown and put Knoxville on top to stay shortly afterward. Knoxville le It lg Lui "Spin" Spinillo brought down a short pass in the secondary and raced 45 yards to cap an offensive which began on the ROVA five yard line. The tiny (5'4", 135 pounds) freshman back personally ran up four first downs to keep the drive moving. ROVA came alive after halftime and tied the score on an overhead thrust carrying 58 yards. Dick Young threw to Dick Edwards for the TD after Scott had moved the ball 33 yards in three plays. A pass for the extra point was broken up in the Tiger backfield. Only Spillino enjoyed much success on the ground. He got the first Friar touchdown march underway with a series of short gains early in the second quarter. A tough Tiger defense, headed by junior linebacker Steve Blender, contained the Friar running attack for much of the evening. This was instrumental in Prina taking to the air after Corpus went without a first down in the opening period. It proved to be a change for the better where the Irish were concerned. Prina unlimbered 25 passes and completed 13 for a total of 97 yards. He also booted an important placement after the final touchdown. While Scott accounted for the larger share of ROVA yardage, Edwards hit junior Lowell German in several key situations to keep coach Bill Adams' Tigers moving forward. Halfback Les Ehler spelled Scott in the ground attack, churning out 35 yards on one run. Corpus Christi had a number of defensive standouts. Prina, Kennedy, Mike Hanrahan and Steve Mills all contributed with jarring tackles and watchdog pass defense, ROVA ABINGDON - Aledo stunned Abingdon 33-19 here Tuesday night with an offense likened to a gambler's shell game. Five different Green Dragon performers perpetrated a hoax that kept Abingdon guessing — and scored touchdowns while doing so. Aledo, now 3-0 in Little Six play, led by a 19-7 halftime score. Abingdon, still without a win after three conference engagements, spotted the powerful Dragons 13 points in the opening period and could never get back in contention. Jim Hastings opened the scoring with a touchdown run of 35 yards. Center Dave Griswold then recovered an Abingdon fumble, carrying the ball the final 93 yards for the six-pointer. Quarterback Bill Butler provided Abingdon fans with something to cheer about, passing for two touchdowns and going over from a yard out on another occasion. The Commandos scored on the first play of the second quarter as Butler found Mike Weathers on a play covering 16 yards. The 158-pound senior hit Brent Stanley in the end zone from 13 yards out in the closing quarter. Gary Dellitt, Jim Hilligoss and Rick Murphy came up with the remaining Aledo TD's. Murphy, Jim Luttrell and Hilligoss added extra points three times. Butler kicked a placement for Abingdon after the second period touchdown. Aledo Bogguss McAllister McAtee Criswell Robinson Carlson Redlinger Murphy Hilligoss Dellitt Smith le It lg c rg rt re qb hb hb fb Abingdon Weathers Denisar Bird Ralston Hall Darmer Lewis Butler Smith Kilburn Pica Rd. Lake Rg. Lake Blender Holdcn Powell Johnson German Edwards Scott Ehler Bennett le It lg c rg rt re qb hb In it Corpus ChrUtl Reavy Hanrahan Brooks Starr Fox Wilke Kennedy Prina Spinillo Miller Conover Score by quarters: Aledo 13 6 0 14—33 Abingdon 0 7 6 6—19 Touchdowns — Aledo, Hastings, Criswell, Dellitt, Hilligoss, Murphy; Abingdon, Weathers, Butler, Stanley. Points after touchdowns—Aledo, Luttrell, Redlinger, Hilligoss; Abingdon, Butler. Hofstra Names Aide HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (UPI) — Hofstra has named Paul Lynner, in his 12th year at the Long Island College, as assistant to Howdy Myers, the director of athletics. ALESBURO 85 n. BROAD 342-1171 Alexis Johnson le Hart Mathews It Blair Wush&baugh lg Sconce Hay c Moore Currey rg Swiler Hughes rt Olson Walter re Dahl Albright qb McBride Rosene hb Clevenger Dennis bb McCreight Young lb Farm Score by quarters: Knoxville — 0 0 6 12—18 Alexis 0 0 0 7—7 Touchdown?—Knoxville. Rosene, Dennis, Albright; Alexis, McCreight. Point alter touchdown—Alexis. Moore. Referee. Grothusen; umpire, Simpson; head lineman, .DeJager. Score by quarters: Corpus Christi 0 6 0 7—13 ROVA - 0 0 6 0—6 Touchdowns — ROVA, Edwards; Corpus Christi, Spinillo, Kennedy. Point after touchdown—Corpus Christi, Prina (kick). Prep Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monmouth 18, Farmington 7. Galesburg Corpus Christi 13, ROVA 6. Knoxville 18. Alexis 7. Aledo 33, Abingdon 19. Winola 13, Sherrard 12. Valley 7, Avon 0. Warren 6. Roseville 0. Warsaw 51, Media 13. East St. Louis It), Edwardsville 7. Granite City 31, Wood River 0. Madison 13, Bethalto 8. Peoria Central 25, Galesburg 12. Table Grove VIT 12, Northwestern 6. Valley 7. Avon 0. Astoria 33, Industry 0. Cuba 9, Lewistown 7. Hamilton 7, LaHarpe 7, tie. Rushville 19, Bushnell-Prairie City 12. RMA 13, Yorkwood 6. Atkinson 19, Westmer 13. Union 18, Stronghmst 6. RfcAD THE WANT ADS! Insured — you bought the best — you can expect the best when you have a claim, insist that your local dealer or auto glass shop make your auto glass replacement.