Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 19, 1963 · Page 13
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Streaks Lose to Pekin in Homecoming Fumble in 4th Period Foils Score Rain and Pekin dampened Homecoming festivities for the Galesburg Silver Streaks Friday night at Lombard Field. Grinding out yardage with near monotonous regularity, the Chinks powered to a 19-13 victory over the Silver and Gold in Illini Conference action. One big fumble foiled Galesburg in its victory bid with the Chinks recovering in their own end zone as the clock showed 9:36 left in the fourth quarter. With this triumph the Pekin team boosted its gridiron record to an even .500 on three wins and three setbacks. It was their second league victory against two defeats. Galesburg is now 1-5 for the season and 1-3 in conference play. The Streaks are on the road for a game with Champaign next Friday. Led by the bull-like thrusts of quarterback Rick Venturi and fuUback Dick Berardi, Pekin dominated play most of the time with a ball control offense. Only occasionally did they stray from straight football. Paces Streaks Big Danny Stewart led the Galesburg attack with 72 yards on seven carries and was on STATISTICS m Pokln Galasburg First Downs J7 by Rushing 15 by Passing — 0 by Penalties - — Z Total Yard Gained 283 by Rushing - 251 by Passing 32 Passes Attempted 5 Passes Completed — 1 Passes Intercp. by — 0 Punts, Average 2-38.0 Fumbles 1 Fumbles Lost 1 Penalized 35 6 3 2 1 134 97 37 9 4 2 4-43.0 4 2 20 the receiving end of several Jim Catlin passes. Quarterback Catlin hit four out of nine aerial attempts.' Venturi, who ran the quarterback option play for almost automatic yardage, finished the night with 93 yards on 18 carries. When he elected to hand "the ball off it went to teammate Berardi more often than not. The fullback responded by gaining 84 yards in 20 tries. Recovering Galesburg's fumble on the opening kickoff the Chinks drove 33 yards to pay- dirt with Venturi going over from the one. A Venturi to Berardi pass accounted for the extra point, with their time- consuming offense the Chinks took more than five minutes in this march. Galesburg battled back to tie the score in the second quarter when Catlin threw Manlius Romps To Blackhawk Conference Win ELMWOOD—Scoring in every quarter but the last, Manlius romped to a 28 to 0 Blackhawk Conference victory here Friday night over Elm wood. A 40-yard pass play from Dennis Hansen to Greg Berry and a point after touchdown by Jim Thompson put Manlius ahead to stay. Hanson scored two touchdowns later in the first half with runs of 15 and 7 yards. Thompson made both the tries for extra points. In the third quarter Sam Johnson ran an intercepted pass back 25 yards for Manlius' final touchdown of the night. Bob Martin added the extra point. Elmwood Manlius Dailey le Gr.Berry Schultz It Johnson Hall lg Lubbs T.Runyon c Frank D.Runyon r? A.Carlson Dawson rt Neidetcher Worsfold n Thompson Harding qb Hansen Rushing ho Wirtin Hamman hi Wallace Keyser fb Mullin Score by quarters: Elmwood 0 0 0 0 0—0 Manlius 14 7 7 0—28 and eight-yard touchdown aerial to Stewart and Mike Davis kicked the extra point. Chinks Battle Back The visitors regained the lead late in the second period, however, this time they went to the air for the scoring punch. A 32-yard pass from Venturi to Jim Sommer put the Chinks ahead 13-7 but another aerial failed in the extra point attempt. Shortly after intermission Louie Waller, GHS linebacker, put the Streaks even agian with an interception and a 34 yard runback. Davis' kick was blocked and the score remained 13-13. With just four minutes left in the third period Verardi went over from the one to climax a 76 yard Pekin drive. A running attempt for the conversion failed. Galesburg missed a golden opportunity to score in the final period when Stewart fumbled just short of the goal line and the ball rolled into the end zone. A Pekin defender fell on it and Chinks had possession on the 20-yard line via the touchback. Pekin Sommer Zaaycnga Smith L.Berardi Winstead Osborn Snyder Venturi Parker Souhrada R.Bcrardi le It 1? c r<? rt ra qb hb hb fb Galesburg Stinson Schumann Maze Durbin Denisar Holmes Davis Catlin Johnson Menke Stewart Score by quarters: Galesburg 0 7 6 0—13 Pekin 7 6 6 0—19 Touchdowns — Pekin, Venturi, Summer, Berardi: Galesburg, Stewart, Waller. Points after touchdowns—Pekin, D. Berardi; Galesburg, Davis. Referees, John Lewis, Art Hoist; umpire, Joe Starcevic; head lineman, Kerska. Galesburg subs—WaUer, Ekstrom, Coffey, Automon, Smith, Goad, Copeland, Henry. Parker, Bramlett, Phillips, Foster, Sharrick. Union Tops 'Bears, 19-9 BIGGSVILLE - Union strengthened its hold on first place in the Bi-County Conference with a 19-9 victory over Yorkwood here Friday evening. Rain brought fumbles, fumbles and more fumbles and Union was quick to make the most of each opportunity that came its way. The Golden Bears fumbled on the opening kickoff and Bricker carried the ball into the end zone five plays later. The 6-0 Union lead held at halftime. Yorkwood got a gift TD in the third period, recovering a loose ball on the Union two. Jack Nelson went over center for the score and the visitors went ahead 7-6 after a successful run for the extra point. Quarterback Jim Goff put Union back in front with a 8- yard exploit around right end in the final period. Bricker picked up four yards for his second TD a short time later. Both scores came as the result of Yorkwood fumbles. A blocked punt, recovered in the end zone by Yorkwood, closed the scoring Union le It lg c re rt Cook Hopkins Bobbins Salter Jones Olson Daniclson Goff Hastings Anderson Bricker ra ho hb fb 6 Score by quarters: Union Yorkwood 0 Touchdowns—Union, Goff; Yorkwood, Nelson Safety—Yorkwood. Yorkwood Ross L.Thompson Hayes Erlandson Watson Bass Birdscll Avery Stevens Eby Nelson 0 0 13—19 0 7 2—9 Bricker 2, DON'T JUST BUY A POLICY GET PROTECTION The simplest way to make sure that you are getting the greatest protection at least possible cost, is to let us handle your insurance. We'll take care of all details from planning to claims, and our service costs you nothing! RUSS BARSTOW CHANDlfR-HINCHMAN AGENCY 240 f. SIMMONS Ruts B §r »tow lotv* Rtfltrr 9420159 SHORT YARDAGE — Harry Coffey of Galesburg went down after short yardage Friday night at Lombard Field. Arrow points to ball carrier in photo. No. 81 of Galesburg is Larry Foster. The Streaks were beaten 19-13 in their 1963 homecoming game. Alexis Romps Past Roseville ALEXIS — An early offense vaulted Alexis to a 33-14 non- conference football win over Roseville here Friday night. Alexis scored four of its five touchdowns in the first two periods and was content to beat back a mild Panther rally in the second half. The Cardinals have now won five games in six tries this season. Bob McCreight had three touchdowns for the winners, one in each of the first three periods. His first score came from 12 yards out, the second from 20 and the third on a 21- yard pass play from quarter­ back Steve McBride. McBride, besides throwing for one, plunged over from the one-foot line in the first quarter. Curtis Moore kicked extra points following the first three Cardinal TD's. Denny Agan got the final five yards in the third quarter galesburg Register-Mail GALESBURG, ILL., SAT., OCT. 19, 1963 SEC. 2 PAGE 13 Avon Notches 40-7 Victory AVON—Fueled by a heady dose of homecoming spirit, Avon scored in every quarter to paste Industry 40-7 in a WILCO Conference game played here Friday night. Coach Dwight Sellers' Trojans salted the win away with 20 points in each half. Industry- Galva Trips Walnut 39-25 in Homecoming BLACKHAWK CONFERENCE STANDINGS ' W L Wethersfield 6 0 Galva 5 0 Manlius 4 1 Walnut 4 2 Dunlap 4 2 Bradford 2 4 Elmwood 2 4 Princeville 1 5 Wyoming 1 5 Toulon .0 6 Tlo 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 GALVA—Walnut cracked before a six-touchdown barrage as Galva raced to a 39-25 Blackhawk Conference win over the Raiders here Friday evening. Glenn Lauritzen caught the host Wildcats sleeping with a 75-yard return on the kickoff for the TD but Galva assumed control in the second period and kept a safe distance in front for most of the evening. Rich Miller plunged through the line for a pair of one-yard touchdowns. He also hit Denny Lewin on a 25-yard scoring pass as the Wildcats left the field at halftime with a 20-6 lead. Bill Hay legged the ball 46 Weekly Sports Calendar District 205 Oct. 21— Farmington at George Churchill, 4:15 p. m. Oct. 22— GHS Sophomores at Pekin, 7 p. m. Oct. 24— G. Churchill vs. Lombard, Lombard Field, 3:30 p. m. Oct. 25— GHS at Champaign, 8 p. m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL By The Associated Press Georgia 31, Miami, Fla. 14 yards for a third quarter touchdown but Lauritzen matched that with a sweep of left end and kept the Walnut threat alive with a scoring pass to Mike Christiansen. Miller then ran up the middle and into the end zone before Maupin circled right end for an 11-yard touchdown run to close the scoring. Galva, with only a tie smirching its record for six games this Blue Bullets Rip Carthage CARTHAGE - Dean Albright and Tom Walter teamed up for a pair of long overhead touchdowns as Knoxville laced Carthage 18-6 here Friday evening. After a scoreless first half, Albright found the range and sent Walter into scoring territory on plays covering 35 and 41 yards. The Blue Bullets, now 4-2 overall, sprung halfback John Rosene loose for 45 yards around end and another touchdown in the final period. George McBride went over for the hosts on a short plunge after Knoxville had finished up its scoring. The Bullets, tied with Aledo for top spot in the Little Six, get back into conference wars when they entertain ROVA next weekend. KnoxvllU Ends—C. Johnson, Walter. Tackles—Mathews, Hughs. Guards—Washabaugh, Curry. Center—Ray. Backs—Albright, Dennis, Rosene, Young. Score by quarters: Knoxville 0 0 12 6—18 Carthage —0 0 0 6—6 season, gained 235 yards through the air as Miller connected on 12 of 28 pass attempts. The hosts finished with 35 first downs to the visitors' 15. Sixty yards in penalties were levied against the Wildcats in the free-scoring homecoming victory. Calva Ends—Lewin, Maupin. Tackles—Raley, Shields. Guards—Ericson, Bonati. Center—Hurlbutt. Backs—Miller, Hay, Burnett, Olson. Walnut Ends—Christiansen, Lind. Tackles—Linden, Bangston. Guards—Cole, VonHolten. Center—Yerkc. Backs—Darry, Lauritzen, Hoffman, R. Fritz, D. Fritz Score by quarters: Walnut _ _.6 0 12 7—25 Galva 0 20 7 14—41 Touchdowns —Galva, Miller 3, Hay, Lewin, Mawpin; Walnut, Lauritzen 2, Christiansen, Fritz. Points after touchdowns—Galva, Hay 3; Walnut. Lauritzen. Cambridge Tops Winola 20-0 in Cornbelt Play CAMBRIDGE—P u s h i n g across two touchdowns in the final quarter after taking an early lead, the Cambridge Vikings scored a 20-0 victory over the Winola Jets in Cornbelt Conference play here Friday. Dave Johnson scored in the first quarter on a 18-yard sDrint and ran over for the extra point. There was no scoring a^ain until the fourth period when Gordon Munson went over from two on a quarterback sneak. —Johnson again ran the extra point. The third and final TD was on a three yard plunge by Dave Hultman. before Roseville entered into the offensive show. Stan Conway broke loose for 56 yards and a touchdown before quarterback Rick Jones spotted Dick Tomlin on a 20- yard scoring toss in the last period. Jones and Tinkler ran the extra points. Roievllla Alaxli Wulnman le Hart Ranner It Olson Peinneo lg Scoby Allaman c Moore Brendt rg Swiler Jones rt Blair Kemig re Dahl Tinker qb McBride G.Conway hb McCreight S.Conway hb Clevenger Ault fb Farm Score by quarters: Roseville 0 0 7 7—14 Alexis 14 13 6 0—33 Touchdowns — Alexis. McBride, McCreight 3, Agan; Roseville, Conway, Tomlin. Points after touchdowns—Roseville, Jones, Tinkler; Alexis, Moore 3. Media Denies Trojans, 27-0 MEDIA — Homecoming and Dwaine Roche proved too much for Stronghurst here Friday night as Media ground out a 27-0 Bi-County Conference win. Roche, a 145 pound halfback, hauled in a 17-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Jeff White to account for the only score in the first half. Media took dead aim on its second win of the season after the third period got under way as Roche went around right end for a pair of six-pointers. These came from 10 and 11 yards out. As the Media defense held Stronghurst at bay, Jim Heap broke loose for 28 yards up the middle in the final period to put the lid on the scoring Madia Stronghurst Mowen lb Cargill McCollum It Vancil Gearhart lg Sport Kcttlekamp c B->ck R.White rg Schar Sehenck rt Crane VanArsdale re Daltnn J.Whito lb Jiicobs Roche he J.Careill Heap hb Little Cassiday fb Fort Media Stronghurst Score by quarters. Media 7 0 13 7—27 Stronghurst 0 0 0 0—0 Touchdowns — Media, Roche 3, Heap. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Spalding Hands Manual First Loss SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Peoria Spalding knocked Peoria Manual from the ranks of the unbeaten and East St. Louis and Freeport barely survived strong bids by underdogs in Illinois prep football action Friday night. Danville and Bloomington kept their records unblemished in Big Twelve conference play and Marion strengthened its bid for its first South Seven Conference title in other key games. Spalding's offensive punch DR. L. ERNSIEIN OPTOMETRIST CONTACT UNSES EYES EXAMINED LIVING SOUND HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. m B- Main Hours: 9 AM to t P.M. Friday*: • AM- to 1:30 PM. Wadnaaday'i 'Til Moon 34J-M17 or M2-M17 proved too much for Manual in a Mid-State Eight encounter as the Irish downed the Rams. 137. It was the first setback in six starts for the Rams, who are seeking their fifth title in six years. Canton, another area power, upped its record to 6-0 with a 29-26 decision over East Peoria. Pekin gained its third victory in six starts, downing Galesburg, 19-13. Granite City threw a king-size scare into favored East St. Louis before dropping a 7-6 Southwestern Conference tilt to the league-leading Flyers, who are now 3-0 in loop action. Edwardsville's scrappy Tigers remained in contention for the crown with a 13-6 conquest of Alton. Edwardsville has suffered only one conference loss, a 10-7 decision to East St. Louis. Belleville captured a 21-14 victory over cross-town rival Belleville Cathedral. Collinsville, winner of its first two games, dropped its third straight by falling before East St. Louis Assumption, 14-7. In the Big Twelve, front-running Danville hammered out a 25-7 triumph over Lincoln for its sixth victory in as many starts and its fourth in league play. Bloomington remained on the heels of Danville with an 18-0 shutout of Mattoon. Ths Raiders are 3-0 in the conference and 6-0 over-all. Champaign kept its title hopes alive by pounding out a surprising 24-0 decision over Decatur, one of the preseason picks for loop honors. The defeat was the second for the Reds and virtually eliminated them from title contention. Freeport took a giant stride toward the Big Eight crown with a 13-7 victory over previously unbeaten Rockford West. Rockford Auburn, its offense finally beginning to jell, rolled to its second straight impressive victory by smothering LaSalle Peru 25-7. Joliet's rampaging Steelmen, undefeated in their last 25 outings, outclassed Kankakee's hapless Kays 35-0 in a South Suburban Conference game. It was the sixth straight loss for the Kays. Marion's Wildcats, eyeing their first South Seven Conference title, were forced to go all out before tripping Mount Vernon's Rams, 19-7. The victory was the Wildcats' sixth in as many starts and their fourth in loop action. Herrin chalked up its third victory against one tie in the South Seven with a 24-14 conquest of Harrisburg. Benton's Rangers scored their first loop triumph, downing Centralia, 2114. In the Mid-State Conference, unbeaten Vandalia took over sole possession of first place by edging Shelbyville, 13-12. The victory was Vandalia's sixth straight and its fourth in loop play. Taylorville was knocked out of a first place tie, falling to Hillsboro by a 32-7 margin. was held scoreless until senior Jerry Sears took a pass from Richard Plank for a play that went for 21 yards and the touchdown with four seconds to play. Tom Chatterton and Buddy Clampitt finished the night with two TD's each as Avon came out of hibernation where scoring points are concerned. The Trojans had managed but seven points in five games prior to the outburst. Avon, with Chatterton gaining the final five yards, put the scorekeeper to work early in the first period and never let up. The sophomore fullback also scored on a runback of 75 yards after intercepting a pass Whips B-PC Abingdon BUSHNELL-Abingdon could have used a program to keep track of the fullbacks as Bushnell-Prairie City gained a 21-0 homecoming football win here Friday night. Coach Bob Blevins Spartans sent three fullbacks Into scoring territory and added the extra point on each occasion for their first win of the season. Abingdon dropped its sixth straight decision. Craig Paul went over from two yards and ran the PAT in the opening period to insure the hosts of the lead at halftime. Armen Havens took over the fullback spot and copied the seven-point play on a four-yard touchdown and extra point in the third quarter. The Spartans final score came when fullback Jim Berry went up the middle for 35 yards. Gene Jones ran the extra point after that play. Lester Ridle, Don Chapman, Havens and Red Goff turned in fine defensive performances for the winners. Buihnell-Prairla Ctiy Hawkins Chapman Whlttier McMillan Cameron Wilson Nichol Bertolino Simmons Goff Paul Score by quarters: Bushnell-PC 7 0 7 Abingdon . .000 Touchdowns—Bushnell-PC, Havens. Berry. Points after touchdowns—Bush nell-PC, Paul, Havens, Jones. City Abingdon le Weathers It Denisar 13 Bird c Ralston Hall rt Darmer re Lewis qb Butler hb Smith hb Kilburn fb Pica 7—21 0— 0 Paul, in the final quarter. He added extra points after four of the half-dozen Trojan touchdowns. Avon completely dominated play in the opening half, running up 10 first downs to the visitors' one. Roger Murray recovered Industry fumbles to set up the second touchdown as well as the first. Ron Sensabaugh went in from seven yards to end a drive from midfield and give the hosts a 13-0 first period lead. From then on. Industry yielded yard after yard and touchdown after touchdown before putting up token resistance in the dying seconds. Clampitt hauled in a 15 yard scoring pass from quarterback Tony Dawson in the second period and fought into the end zone from the five shortly after halftime. Bill Buttemeir brought the Avon touchdown procession to a close with a sweep of right end from the five. A run of 27 yards by Chatterton had put the Trojans within striking distance moments earlier. The Trojans, putting their second win in six games away, were aided by fine defensive efforts from Murray, Tom Ketch- urn, Kenneth Anders, Roger Sloan and Mike Hamman. Hamman threw a key block as Chatterton took advantage of fine downfield blocking on his long exploit in the last period. Industry Jones Lawyer Goodwin Roe Price Vail Jones Hammond Plank Sears Lawyer le It lg c Tg rt re qb hb hb fb Avon Murray Poole Hamman Davis Anders Ketchum Paradis Sensabau Industry Avon I— -13 Dawson isabaugh Clampitt Chatterton Score by quarters: " 0 0 7—7 7 13 7—40 Touchdowns—Avon, Chatterton 2, Clampitt 2, Sensabaugh, Buttemeir; Industry, Sears. Points alter touchdowns—Avon, Chatterton (4): Industry,, Plank. Referee, Burnham; umpira, Kraushar; head lineman, Doran. Score by quarters: Comanche 6 0 6 0—13 Aledo 0 12 0 0—12 Touchdowns—Comanche, Sullivan 2; Aledo, Murphy, Hilligoss. MILD TOMORROW Time to Insulate WHITE'S PHONE 342-0819 : GO FOLLOW PRO FOOTBALL! 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