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4 By United Press International Big Ten football coaches com* plained about rain, heat, injuries and lack-luster performances during practice Wednesday. Iowa drilled for two hours on a rainy field and Coach Jerry Bums said his team would rather face Wisconsin Saturday on a dry field. The Hawkeyes worked against Badger formations. Pete Elliott called off a scrimmage at Illinois after 20 minutes because of 90 - degree heat. The Illini concentrated on stopping the Minnesota running attack. At Ohio State, Coach Woody Hayes said his Buckeyes were not too sharp in Wednesday's session. Quarterback Nick Yon-, play against Miami of Ohio. in the clas, Injured in the opening game, was back in action and limbered up his passing arm. Phil Dickens, bemoaning the "sloppy tackling" of his Hoosiers this season, sent Indiana through a tackling drill. "We need to get faster shots at the ball carrier/ 9 he said. Among the more seriously injured conference players were end Larry Howard of Wisconsin, who will be lost the rest of the season with a knee injury; and senior fullback Terry Marcoline of Purdue, who will sit out the Michigan State game with a knee sprain. Guard Jess Brooke twisted a knee at Northwestern Wednesday and may not be able to At Michigan State, Ed Ltha- mer was moved to the starting right end spot, replacing the injured Matt Snorton. Bump Elliott said his Michigan crew should all be healthy for the Purdue game this weekend. Senior Bob Chandler, who started last week, continued to quarterback the Wolverines. Minnesota held its third long workout of the week. Coach his Murray Warmath split squad and alternated the units on offense and defense. Notre Dame concentrated on ways and means of stopping the running and passing of UCLA quarterback Larry Zeno. The team also worked on offense with Frank Budkaat quarterback. Gone but Celtics v Vin By United Press International Bob Cousy's left the Boston Celtics — but, oh, those guys he left behind! Guys like Bill Russell... Sam Jones ... and John Havlicek. They were all present and accounted for when the Celtics opened the National Basketball Association at Baltimore Wednesday night and they were more than enough to blitz the Bullets, 109-95. Cousy retired at the end of the 1962-63 season to become coach at Boston College but the Celtics left no doubt they're still the team to beat in the NBA. Russell controlled the backboards, S. Jones engineered the fast break in addition to scoring 20 points and Havlicek popped in 24 points from the corners to make it look easy. The Bullets led, 25-23, at the end of the first period but the Celtics out-scored them, 64-36, nme in the middle two periods to the . 76er s make it a cakewalk. scored only five points in the first half but wound up the losers' high scorer with a game- total of 32. The Philadelphia 76ers scored a 117-115 victory over the Detroit Pistons and the Cincinnati Royals downed the St. Louis Hawks, 112-93, in other Wednesday night openers. Lee Shaffer's jump shot with seconds remaining gave the victory and spoiled the coaching debut of \ Tourney Death In ves tiga ted xer BALTIMORE (UPI)-The Maryland State Athletics Commission was scheduled to open its investigation today into the ring death of heavyweight boxer Ernie Knox. Knox, 26-year-old Baltimore hod carrier and part-time fighter, died Wednesday morning from a brain blood-clot, an autopsy showed, that resulted apparently from his knockout here Monday night by New Yorker Wayne Bethea. A special meeting of the three-man commission was slated to hear testimony late today from ring officials, doctors and others having knowledge of The Bullets' Walt hobbled by three early fouls, Piston Coach Charlie Wolf. The 1:43 r2' Pistons led, 115-111, with Wildcats' Tom Myers Paces Big 10 in Passing, Offense remaining the but the 76ers tied score on goals by John Kerr and Dave Gambee. Don Ohl scored 26 for Detroit. Jerry Lucas, playing his first game in the NBA, THE BOY AND THE MAN, sketched by a St. Louis Post- Dispatch artist, will become a statue after funds are raised at a Stan Musial dinner in St. Louis tonight. Baseball greats, past and present, are to attend the dinner along with club president August A. Busch Jr., general manager Bing Devine and manager Johnny Keane. LA, Yankees Split Record World Series Players' Cut events having knowledge connected with Maryland's first boxing fatality in 39 years. The autopsy report cleared commission physicians of any laxity in their pre-fight physical examinations. Dr. Charles S. Petty of the State Medical Examiner's Office performed an autopsy late Wednesday and agreed that a fresh blood-clot on the brain — matoma" — "sub-dural he- had caused death. NEW YORK (UPI)-In major league baseball it sometimes scored 23 points, Wayne *Embry had 25 do . es no } whether , you * win or lose but how many peo- CHICAGO (AP) The Big Ten's football passing and total offense leads are under control of "the arm" — Northwestern's Tommy Myers. Official conference statistics rate .. the Wildcat quarterback the lop aerialist, with 37 completions in 74 attempts for 606 yards and 4 touchdowns in three conference games. Although Myers had a minus 45 yards rushing, his air lift has pushed him to 561 for total offense honors. Other high - ranking passers and Oscar Robertson had 22 for , „ 4 4 1, and Ron DiGravio, Purtne, B * ~* » «» * *°» .*• •» *™ 12-22-152-1. 39 points. Following Myers on the total, -mr , offense chart are Bader with 15 \\ oi*f hPro yards rushing and 280 passing 1 II for 295; Mike Taliaferro, Illinois, 14-225-239; Dick McCauley, Northwestern, 209 all rushing; Brandt 6-196-202. McCauley is the No. 1 rusher with his 209 net in 32 trips for a 6.5 average. Behind him (all I United On Top in College Poll A case in point is the New York Yankees who were not quite an artistic success in the 1963 World Series, bowing to the Los Angeles Dodgers in four straight games. Yet it was disclosed Wednesday by Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick co Giants and Minnesota Twins split 10 per cent of the pool with shares of $1,453.64 and Also that the injury apparently resulted from a blow in the fight. That autopsy agreed with the «i AM A* MmM ti. M »i., a** Dt .n findin gs of surgeons who had £UM£ S^S^^St tried t0 save »« with a brain and !L BanimnS SS£ operation in Baltimore'. Provi- «^nta51 ^n4h^^ dCnt H ° S P ita1 ' Where he died at $740.85 apiece for fourth place 6 Wednesday. LAS VEGAS, Nev. (tflM) Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, who between them have monopolized professional golf for the past couple of years, were installed as 3*1 co *favor. ites today to win the $70,000 Sahara Invitational. The tournament got tinder way with 124 men teeing off on the Paradise Valley Country Club course — deep in the desert outside Las Vegaa and seven miles away from the big gambling casinos. The powerful field includes just about every top-notch golfer from the United States with the exception of National Open Champion Julius Boros; plus most of the British Ryder Cup team. Odds Against Brltist The book-makers uptown don't think much of the invaders from Britain because they have installed them at 20-1 odds. Tony Lema, who has been giving Nicklaus and Palmer a run for their money, is rated at 6*1; Bill Casper and Gene Littler at 8-1; and Paul Harney and Jerry Barber at 10-1. The Paradise ures .7,038 yards. "You course meas- Gordie Howe Meanwhile, back in the front amateur or professional, to die office the Dodgers and Yankees this NEW YORK Press (UPI) that the Yankee regulars will receive a record losers cut of! 278.37. The $7,874.32 per man, or $485.14 with ~ v m ii International more than New York got for ^^J^\^J^^ small college football ratings defeating the Cincinnati Reds watzke, Indiana, 158-33-4.8, and with first-place votes and won- in the 1961 Series Marv Woodson, Indiana, 131-39- lost records in parentheses- Team year anywhere in both received $169,591.07 while world from ring injuries, each league office got the same amount. The commissioner's of- n « . fice was the recipient of $299,- rFO JlOCltey the 3.3. a spar- is held by Ohio are Fred Riddle, Iowa, 10 of 16 State's Don Harkins, who has The best average kling 13.0 for 155 yards and 5 TD's; Hal peeled off 78 yards in 6 carries. Brandt, Wisconsin, 14-22-196-1; Here are top team figures Pick Bader, Indiana, 25-35-280- based on average ' game: First down—Wisconsin, 32.0; net yards gained — Wisconsin 419.0; rushing—Minnesota, 178; passing—Wisconsin, 244. Opponent net yards — 114, Michigan State; yards to play —6.3, Wisconsin; punting average—43.1, Northwestern; average punt return — Michigan, 16.0; average kickoff return Minnesota, 29.0. Brand New '63 CHEVROLETS • Biscaynes Bel Airs Impalas While They Last at DISCOUNTS Big Trade-in Allowances WEAVER-YEMM CHEVROLET 247 E. Simmons 1. Northern 111. (5) (5-0) 2. Florida A&M (8) (2-0) 3. Delaware (9) (3-0) 4. Texas A&I (4) (4-0) 5. San Diego St. (3) (3-0) yards a | 8. Montana State (3) (3-2) 7. Wittenberg (1) (3-0-1) 8. Cen. Okla. St. (2-2) 9. Massachusetts (3-0-1) 10. Western Ky. (3-0-1) Second 10 — Points To the victors go the bigger spoils, however, and so those no. Dodgers who were voted a full North, South Golf Meet in AMERICAN LEAGUE By United Press International Eastern Division Providence Quebec Quarter-Finals Ugj* PINEHURST, N.C. (AP)-Col. Baltimore W L T Pts. GF GA 2 12 6 18 18 share will each receive a sum JJJ of $12,794 per capita, an all- William R. Lanman of Glen- 154 time Series mark. Both sums view, 111., the defending cham- 2 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 3 1 3 1 4 2 1 1 13 5 12 6 12 19 6 18 89 83 73 45 42 are the result of the first $l|pion, met F. D. Ross of West Hartford, Conn., today in one of four quarter-final matches in the 12th annual North and South — — w million player pool in history. 38 „ 11, East Carolina, 36; 12, (tie) McNeese St., (La.), (1), and Fresno State they In other matches over the No. To achieve the record figure, which is $1,562.82 more than, 0 . earned for winning thel^ 1110 " Golf Tournament. 1959 Series from the Chicago White Sox, the Dodgers voted 2 championship course of the 32.8 shares, including 29 full Pinehurst Country Club, co(Calif.), 32: 14, (tiVrSouth'nr cuts. The Yankees, on the other medalist J. Walcott Brown of kota State and St. Western Division 3 Sport Pages /»« x « A — Johns (Minn.) 30; 16, Lenoir Rhyne, IV Sif? 18 and Clark «*«.), 21; 18 (tie), Wheaton (III.) and Louisiana Tech, 20; 20 ern State (Colo.), 19. ' hand, voted 35.75 shares with Sea Girt, N.J., played Dr. John 33 full cuts. C. Mercer of Fitchburg, Mass.; The Dodger - Yankee match James H. McAlvin of Lake For- also set a record for total re- est, 111., faced Jiro Hirose of four-game Series Tok y° an( * James H, Ackerman of New York faced Merrill L. Cold Weather Clothing WARM AS TOAST DUXBAK, QUALITY NYLON SKI PARKAS Bonded Dacron 88. $ Black or Green. Reg. 19.20 Mets Call Players NEW YORK (UPI) New York Mets today called up pitchers Dick Selma from the West _ ceipts in a with a sum of $1,995,189 09 surpassing the 1954 Series between Carlsmith of Hawaii, current the Giants and Indians by USGA senior champ. $439,000. The Of the total player pool, 70 D . n T r. I per cent was divided between 1,1,18 ^ose Uirlton Pittsburgh Cleveland Buffalo Rochester W L T Pts. GF GA 3 10 6 17 9 2 0 0 4 7 2 2 10 4 10 11 110 2 13 6 Wednesday's Results Pittsburgh 8 Providence 2. (Only games scheduled) NATIONAL LEAGUE By The Associated Press Wednesday'! Results Toronto 4, Montreal 2 New York 3, Detroit 0 Chicago 5, Boston 2 No games Thursday or Friday Howe Held As Rangers Beat Wings NEW YORK (AP) - Gordie Howe will have to wait. Jacques Plante won't. Plante, acquired in an off­ season trade with Montreal, reached his goal when he posted his first shutout in a New York uniform Wednesday night as the Rangers won their National can get long drives here, but it is necessary that they be kept straight," said Art Wall, the former Masters champion, after a practice round. "It is going to take a long, straight man off the tee to win. The roughs are exceptionally tough to get out of.'* Need Long Straight Shots Nicklaus and Palmer both rate in the "long" category, but they aren't always straight. George Bayer is real long, but he hasn't been able to keep on the fairways at all. Don January, who is listed at 12-1 in the betting, is one of the straightest hitters and has been sharp in recent tourneys. He finished second in the Utah Open; 10th in the Seattle Open and fifth in the $125,000 Whitemarsh Open. Lema also has been down the middle of the fairways all year and as defending champion may have an edge. The 72-hole event will conclude on Sunday, with the final round televised in western states. inons John Sim Bids for Pass Receiving Title NEW YORK (AP) Hockey League home rate he is going Tulsa's John opener 3-0 over Howe's Detroit Simmons seems assured of win- Red Wings. ning the major college pass re- Howe, needing one goal to tie ceiving championship for 1963. the alltime record of 544 regular -----season scores established by end caught 13 passes against Montreal's Maurice Richard, Cincinnati last Saturday to fat- failed to reach his goal because ten his lead over Jimmy Evans of a cut right ankle that kept of Texas Western and Dennis him out of the game. Kloke of Washington State. ColI , , . --- v, the league champions, while saunas club of the California the second place teams 14 NYLON PARKA Pullover with Hood. Kangaroo pocket, Black, Gold, Whit©, Blue. Only BUFFALO, N. Y, (UPI) the Halfback Wray Carlton of the FJodin St. Louis Cardinals in the Na- Buffalo Bills, the lOth-ranked i* iw T% i i* i_ Huck " tional Le ag ue the Chicago ground gainer in the American le from Raleigh of the Carolina White Sox in the Air/irican I-eague, catcher and shortstop Lloyd Wilbur League John Don , -re- Football League in 1962, suf- and catcher-outfielder ceived 15 per cent. This figured fered a ruptured blood vessel ~~ ~ J pitcher to $2,278.09 per man for the in Auburn Cards and $2,246.97 for White Sox. Stevenson Locke and from the club of the New York-Penn League. the groin during practice the | Wednesday and will be sidelined for the remainder of the The third place San Francis- season. Gains Second Round BARCELONA, Spain (UPI) Barcelona gained the second round of the European Cup of soccer winners tournament on Wednesday by completing an aggregate 54 victory over Shel- boume of the Republic of Ireland in the final game, 3-1. READ THE WANT ADS! SCHOOL IMPRINTED r-" SWEAT SHIRTS Just Received. New Stock. Only 4 SCHOOL JACKETS Orion body, Doe-Lon fieeves. Completely washable. Blue & White, Green, White, Red « White. $ Only -A THlUICi SPORT IN6 GOODS ty^oH 1 ) N. PRAlKIt 5/. OALtiUukO.ILL By JERRY LISKA CHICAGO (AP) - The scalping of football swamis is running high this prolonged Indian Summer. just have to whistle over those Wisconsin horses and new Badger quarterback Hal Brand. Illinois 10, Minnesota 14 Could be the Illini caught The Old Midwest Prognostica- lightning in a bottle twice in a tor, now picking at a .684 pace row against Northwestern and (13-6 and you can have the Ohio State, but Illinois' Memor- ties), tries to sweep these brain- 1 ial Stadium is just bad news for learning fast, but the Boiler- 1 ing weeks ago. makers will be hungrier. Michigan could level off after a sat- "When I was younger, I never Simmons now has caught 29 thought I'd be able to break the for 377 yards in three games, record," said Howe, "so I guess according to NCAA Service I can wait a little longer. Bureau statistics released to- In other games, Stan Mikita day. scored three goals as the Chi- Mike Curtis of Duke booted cago Black Hawks defeated Bos- two extra points last week and ton 5-2 and Tim Horton scored took over the individual scoring the tie-breaker and assisted on lead with 31 points. the clincher in Toronto's 4-2 victory over Montreal. READ THE WANT ADS! FEATURED In VAN HEUSEN and GOLDEN AWARD NEW STRIPED EFFECT Michigan State 21, Indiana 13 4 MSU's Spartans better not isfying tie with arch-foe Michi- regard the Hoosiers dead with* gan State, But Purdue got in a out Marv Woodson. Even minus lot of football in a 38-20 setback their great all-around star, in- at Wisconsin and still has Ron jured in the first period, the DiGravio, whose passing last Hoosiers scored 26 SHIRTS and year 37-0. wrecked burned "T" leaves under the the Gophers. In eight visits, Minnesota won once, and twice I State 14 -1957 and 1959 - had than meets the eye, Wisconsin's | teams knocked off by autumn carpet: Wisconsin 20, Iowa 14—More good Home- loss of defensive star Ron Frain I coming-inspired underdog Illini. hurt in solving Iowa's " * Jw C I T fc N IKrtUt fc Urr i T Y PMWK I o i u 1 may passing Fred Riddle. However, the Badgers are beefed by return of fullback Ralph Kurek and defensive end Larry How- It's another Homecoming and this Illini team is full of get-up- and-go, H plus a Big Ten title chance. 13 Purdue 14, Michigan ard. Iowa is coming, but you ! Meeting of two young clubs passing last uoosiers scored 26 points the Wolverines against unbeaten Iowa. Notre Dame 28, UCLA 13 Southern California 18, Ohio The Irish have added quarter- Ohio State, seldom back Frank Budka and soph halfback BUI Wolski M as potent new-found ingredients to ND's spirited club in years. Saturday- The Tr* | USLA, however, will show up. Northwestern 55, Miami of Available in the New Red, Blue, Irewn, Black and Green* ev red about an outside battle, will be thinking about a Big Ten big one at Wisconsin the 1 most following jans will blend their heralded talent to convince themselves Ohio 13 — For once, Northwest- there must have been some rea- em's running attack will help son they were picked to win the the sharpshooting of national Jitle just five bewilder- 1 Myers. Tommy Quality Men's Furnishings 323 f. MAIN ST* U

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