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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TMlRfY-T Papa Bear Reorganizes Team, Allen Runs Defensl By JERRY LISKA Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP)—National Football League high life can begin anew for the Chicago Bears this season; their 17th since last winning the league title. If it does, it may be due to a top-level reorganization of the onetime Monsters of the Midway by Halfback Wineland Quits 111 in i Squad eorge HaJas, as dynamic at (>8 as any football coach at college 01 pro level. The big change is a couple of "S's" standing for Shaughnessy—plus a onr - for - all mandate. Little has been said of Ilalas' renovation of perhaps the deepest entrenched staff in the Na- ional League—one that even the oyalty - steeped Malas conceded lad reached a primti donna - ish CHICAGO (AP)-Midwest Football Briefs: Illinois — Junior halfback Hal Wineland, who went from the third string to fifth, dropped from the .squad. Sophomore fullback Tony Parola of Hillsboro. 111., was hospitalized with illness. Ohio State — Arnold Chonko, left-handed passer, has- moved into the Buckeyes' quarterback picture. The 195-pound junior played 235 minutes on defense last season. Minnesota — Sophomore Don Rosen has moved from fourth Bowling BOWL ARENA Wed. Men's Scratch League Eberlin 224-251 (649), Travis 237-214 (616), Smith 215-215 (601), Peters 238, Liley 227 (609), Smith 212 (601), Althoff 226, Bedwill 215, Graham 203, Manns 202, Pinta 202. Men's Early Wed. League Eberlin 210 - 211 007), Davis 248 (600), Sigite 222, Eckhouse 214-209, Tyree 224, Holland 215, Grove 2l7, King 216, Jouett 206, Clark 203, Williams 203. BOWL HAVEN Glassette Baker 214, Butler 180 - 150 -150, Davis 60, Dixon 154, Judd 156154,Bierbaum 152, Guiggan 153, Bethel 167-153, Blankenship 152. Blackledge 150. Wed. Businessmen Neal 212 - 204, Paddock 219, Crawford 205; Huish 200. . Wed. Mixed Men T- Yungck 208. Women — Redd 189, Nubertus 177. Glass Brown 255 (630), Buchanan 219200, Hilferding 215, Maronie 213, Pace 210, Marquis 205, Davis 223, Walker 202, Redd 200. Majorette Howard 200 - 190, Norton 189178-170 (537), Keener 181-191 (530), Zumwalt 183, Hilgert 181' Hensler 170 - 164 -,173 (507), Glowers 166168, Buhs 168-162, Luening 224 (510), Price 189. Diamond Schulz 210 -202, O'Neil 214, Landis 226, Frost 212, Dickenson 232. ACME "32" LANES 12:45 Wednesday Ladies Weeks 220, 199 (549), Ochs 170, 155, Carrigan 1)1, (Fields 157, McCarthy 166, Bennett 169, Chevalley 170, P. Adler 162, Williame 162, Farris 168, Waggoner 185, Walter 156, Burke 153, Monical 151. Wednesday Night Merchants Belts 201, Short 220, Smith 237, McCormick 244, Shockley 203, Walkingto 207, Kelly 247, 225 (648). Wednesday Night Ladies Noble 177, Brecht 176, 154, Williamson 172, Stonestreet 191, 189 (527), Franklin 180, Landre 164, 159, Cook 160, Housel 156, Laughlin 159. Alton Eagles Blasioli 204, Waggoner 200 Stromski 202, Marshall 207, Albers 222, Heiderscheid 200, H. Parish 203. 3 BOWL INN Shell Robinson 225' Herzog 208, Dodd 201. Wed. 6:30 Ladies Black 189- 197 (539), Mettler 189, McCart 174, Bauer 170. Wed. 9:00 Ladies . Hutte 175, Tolley 195, Farmer 185 - 171 (503), Boverie 183, Har rieon 189 (513), Tinker 185, Croucl 175, Stanichl71-174. Altwood Elam 200 - 215, Harrison 224 Dabbs 206, Harrison 202, Hensor 214,T|ttle 223, Bick 203, Davis 202, Smith 204-202, Ryder 206, Al len 216' Echreiber 204. earn right tackle to second team eft tackle. Another rookie, Brian -allahan, was upped to guard on he third string. Purdue—Two new faces at halfback on the No. 1 unit are junior Jim Morel and sophomore John Suzniewski. Indiana—After the second 'day of aerial drills, coach Phil Dickens said: "Our pass receiving is >etter and it looks like we can throw the ball a little better." Northwestern—Senior Rich Olson, leading middle linebacker candidate, broke his right thumb n a scrimmage and will be lost six to eight weeks. Michigan — Sophomore Wells nas been switched from left o right half to fill in for Rick Sygar, who broke his leg in prac ice Tuesday. Rookie Bob Quist, Bill Dodd and Harvey Chapman also are working out at the spot. Michigan State—The Spartans lad their first contact work and will continue twice-a-day drills. The first scrimmage still has not been scheduled. Iowa — Lonnie Rogers, Mickey Moses and Wally Hilgenberg stood out in a long punting drill. Wisconsin—Three quarterbacks —junior southpaw Harold Brandt and sophomores Don Fenske and 3ave Fronek—were used as passers. Coach Milt Bnilm wasn't satisfied with any of them. "We still have a long way to go before we get a good passing attack," he said. Notre Dame — Sophomore fullback Pete Duranko is running in the No. 1 backfield which also includes quarterback Denis Szot, and halfbacks Jack Snow and Joe Farrell. impasse. At that, a staff tug-o-war—"our offensive and defensive units were talking a different language." admits Halas. a NFL founding father—resolved itself more by the walkout lasl fall of ft man Halas still reveres. Clark Shaughnessy, than by any Papa Bear hatchet stroke. That the grizzled Shaughnessy is one of football's greatest and most dedicated minds did not prevent a friction, perh'nps more a cleavage on concepts of improvisation so vital in Sunday-to-Sundaay NFL play. Shaughnessy suddenly left during last season, objecting to challenge by his defensive aide, youthful George Allen backed by Halas, of his persistence in use of man- to-man pass defense and constantly red-dogging linebackers. Halas is a business man impressed with statistics as well as the devoted service of his keenly loyal aides. George was unhappy with his 1962 Bears' 9-5 record but singularly proud that the club, playing . Allen's secondary zone defense, led the NFL in stifling enemy passes to a 46.8 completion percentage. The 1963 staff has two new members —Joe Stydahar, a big. friendly ex-Bear who was All- NFL tackle four times, and re- cenl Bear wingman. Jim Dooley. They join Allen, Chuck Mather and two "old guard" stalwards, Luke Johnsos and Phil Handler. The staff laboring on the Bears at their Rensselaer, Ind.. base has the definite understanding that Halas wants desperately to coach the Bears to their first NFL crown since 1946, or at least their first divisional title since 1956. There is no room for coaching jealousies or staff grumbles. Halas, who prances on NFL sidelines as though a rookie coach instead of a veteran of 44 pro seasons, made one other important offseason move. He made his NFL - wise son, George (Mugs) Jr., 38, president and genernl manager, replacing himself in both capacities. George Sr. still is chairman otft board as well as head coach, end —of course—club owner. "Even in these few mouth* 6f preparing for the 1963 seaaOtt," said Papa Bear, "it has been a tremendous li/t having Mtlga running the front office while I Cdft- centrate on coaching. Paper Wpfk and business dedsion.4 cfltl wear you to a frazzle as mtidi as <H>n- centrating on the field." Alt-Wood Eliminated in MunyPlayoff ST. LOUIS — Blue Circle elimi nated the Alt-Wood Merchants irom the Muny League playoffs at Fox Park Wednesday with a 6-3 decision in 10 innings. Johnsen pitched for the Merchants, allowing five hits and fanning seven. Baker got the win for Blue Circle with an eight-hit, 13 strike-out performance. After Alt-Wood tied the score at 3-3 in the bottom of the seventh the game remained tied until the 10th. Wolfe led off with a triple and Johnson intentionally walked the next two batters but the strategy backfired when West slammed a base-clearing triple which ended the Alt-Wood season. The Illinois state champion Merchants finished the season with a 47-26 slate. Metz rapped two singles Wednesday for the Merchants. Davis slammed a homer and single and both Fincher and Voverie collected doubles. VWI Trainer Dies LEXINGTON, Va. (AP) — Herb Patchin, 61, a legendary figure al VMI for more than 30 years anc a member of the Helms Hall ol Fame for athletic trainers, died of a heart attack Wednesday night at Stonewall Jackson Hospital. Patchin would have been in his 34th year as trainer for the VM football team, and his fame in his profession was unmatched in Virginia. • _^___ Jim Nance, 220-pound Indiana, Pa., athlete at Syracuse Univer sity, is the NCAA and Easten heavyweight wrestling champion THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! 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