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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 38

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PAGE THIRTY*EI.GHT Football Team Plays Openers On Two Nights KiRKSVTLLE, Mo. (AP) - If yota're a football coach with season opener problems, don't mention It to Maurice Wade, head tnan at Northeast Missouri State. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1963 Ills squad has two openers In two nights. Midwest Briefs Coffinsville's Fred Riddle Misses Drill-Broken Nose That's right. The Kirksvllle club faces Western Illinois Friday night at Ktrksville, then trav- etar about 200 miles to meetWash- btirn University at Topeka, Kan., Saturday night. '•We wanted to get Western Illinois on a four-year contract and this was the only night they had open," Wade explained. "Washburn was dropping us after this season." .. Washbum wasn't able to find an opponent to replace Klrksville and held them to an earlier agreement. However, the game was moved up from an afternoon contest to a night game. "It shouldn't hurt the players," said Wade, who has a 73-29-2 record for his 12 years as coach. "We sometimes scrimmage two or three days straight. "The Western Illinois game comes first with us. Then we'll CHICAGO (AP)-Midwest Football Briefs: Iowa—No. 1 (quarterback Fred fo Riddle of Oollinsville, 111., missed a defensive scrimmage because of a broken nose. Minnesota—Weak blocking was blamed by coach Murray Warmath for only two touchdowns scored by the first four teams in an intrasqtmd game. Going across were halfback Jerry Pelletler for 20 yards and fullback Bryan Magnusson on a plunge. Ohio State - Matt Snell, defensive end last year, continues to work out at fullback and appears certain to start there when the Bucks open against Texas. Indiana — Coach Phil Dickens has aband6ned the two-platoon system, mainly because of lack of depth. Michigan State — Right guard take what we have and go to Topeka." Veteran football observers couldn't recall a team playing two games in two days, at least in the modern era. KAWOL1CS IS NAMED COACH MILWAUKEE (AP) - Eddie Kawolics, 55, has been named coach of the United States team for the world bowling tournament to be held in Mexico City, Nov. 3-10. Kawolics, a veteran of 31 American Bowling Congress tournaments, is ineligible to compete, however, because he is a professional bowler. Carlos Ortiz Easy Winner HONOLULU (AP)—World lightweight champion Carlos Ortiz made a punching bag out of Philippines champ Pete Accra Wednesday night, stopping him with a technical knockout in the seventh round of their non-title bout. The Filipino from Mindanao never really had a chance. Referee Walter Cho halted the fight with Ortiz, the Puerto Rican from New York City, belaboring his game little opponent without' return. He weighed 138% to Accra's 135%. John Karpinski has become th first sophomore to crack the firr string lineup. He was picked fo lowing injury to Steve Mellinge senior lelterman. Purdue — Halfback Russ Pfa ler, top Big Ten punter last set son, stood out with quarterback Ron DiGravio and Doug Ho comb in punting during an offen sive drill before several hundret Purdue faculty members. Northwestern— Sophomore hal beck Bob Hampton and senio fullback Bill Swingle broke loos for long gains in a final heavj workout for the opener at Mis souri Saturday. Michigan — The "Big I" Is th battle cry at practices. It refers to the I formation of Southern Methodist, the Wolverines' open ing opponent Sept. 22. "We prob ably know less about SMU than any other team on our schedule— and now they have a new I of fense," said coach Bump Elliott Illinois—No. 1 right guard Lynn Stewart will return to action Monday after undergoing tests for possible kidney infection. Pass- catcher Gregg Schumacher may miss the California opener Sept. 28 with a leg injury that seems more serious than first believed. Wisconsin — Only one squad member, end Larry Howard, definitely is out of the Western Michigan game Saturday with an injury. Notre Dame — Denis Szot has taken a slight edge over John Huarte in their contest for the No. 1 quarterback spot. The two juniors are scrapping for the position vacated by graduated Daryle Lamonica. Bills Enter Memphis Meet ST. LOUIS — Bob Stewart, Athletic Director of St. Louis University, announced today that the feilHken basketball team will participate in the first annual Memphis State Holiday Basketball Tournament, to be held Dec. 28 and 29, 1964, in the soon-to-be-completed 10,000 capacity Coliseum in Memphis, Tennessee. During Coach John Bening ton's five-year tenure at St Louis University, the Billikens have competed in three previous holiday tournaments, winning the 1960 Kentucky Invitational also competing in it in 1959, and journeying to the Wes Coast for the Los Angeles Classic in 1962. The teams competing in the Memphis State tourney will be Southern Methodist, Memphis State, Indiana and St. Louis University. Pairings will be announced at a later date. Mai Hammack With Cardinals ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis 'ootball Cardinals signed veteran flal Hammack to a contract Wed- esday. Hammack formerly played rith the Cardinals before being traded to the Dallas Cowboys last pring. Dallas released Hammack and the Cards picked him p as a free agent. Hammack is a fullback and will ee action at that spot with BUI Thunder) Thornton of Nebraska, ie Cards' impressive-looking rookie. Jimmy Brown Off To Good Beginning CLEVELAND, Ohio — The nex two Sundays are sure to be of special Interest to the Cleveland Browns and their "Mar vetous Monster," Jimmy Brown Both the game against the Cowboys at Dallas this weekend and the Sept. 29 session with the Los Angeles Rams at Cleveland Stadium are certain to bring back memories to the big Browns' fullback. One is bad, one is good — and both are connected by identical scores. 45-21. Big Jim gets a crack at the bad one first and, based ott Ids almost Incredible feats against Washington, he'll be mow than ready for the challenge. It was in Dallas early, last December when the Browns were officially elminiated from Eastern Division contention as the Cowboys humiliated them 45-21. This also was one of Jim Brown's most discouraging af. ternoons as he was permitted to carry the ball only eight times and wound up with just 29 yards. Coming as it did with 3Ut two games left, this proved the crusher to Brown's hopes for an unprecedented fifth straight 1000-yard season. At the opposite end of the Browns and Big Jim's rainbow is the memory of the Rams last >revious appearance at Cleveland Stadium.' It was In November of 1987 and the Browns, In the middle of a successful drive for the division title, were leaning- heally on a rookie fallback named Jim Brown. The rookie, in turn, leaned heaviiy on the Rams and by the time MVJ final gun signaled a 45-21 Browns' victory, Jim Brown ),.i3 made football history. His Iota! of 237 yards rush ing sti'l stands as the most ever rrtade in ih« 43 -ears of the National Football League. Since that day and that season jlm Brown has virtually rewritten the record book until now, he has only Joe Perry's career total of 8,280 yards rushing still to beat. It took Perry 13 years to grind out that figure while Brown, after just game of his 7th season, Otters Will Have Lights WOOD RIVER - East A11 on- Wood River High School's first home football game Friday at 8 p.m. will have lights, Nels Havens, School Superintendent, told the Telegraph. The high school's home game with Roxana was threatened to be postponed due to a lack of electricity because of the removal and re-location of an electric cable on the construction site of new school buildings on Whltelaw Avenue next to the football field. Havens said the building proj- ict's architect said the cable will je re-located and back in operation Friday night. The school has been holding iractice games in the daylight lours because of the lack of lights n the school's football stadium. one has 7,621. All he needs is 822 for the current campaign and he's already rolled up 20% of it. Brown also sets a new mark everytlme lie bangs his way Into the end zone. He accomplished this twice against the Redskins to run his record total of rushing touchdowns to 72. He's scored another dozen with passes for an aggregate of 84, second only to Don Hutson's lifetime mark of 105. Many football experts close to Jie Cleveland scene had a feeling 1963 might be Jim Brown's greatest year. If his 162 yards on the ground, another 100 in I Washington are any indicator, the air plus three TD's against!their feeling's no fooling. A PAIR OF ACES PRESTONSBURG, Ky. (AP)'Let's see you top that," Joe Burchett told his companion, Arthur Hughes, after sinking a hole- n-one at Jenny Wiley State-Park Golf Course. Hughes slammed his ball off he No. 6 tee and it headed for he flag, 122 yards away, The ball bounced several times then landed in the cup, right atop Bur- Rookies Give Chi Fans Something to Talk Over CHICAGO AP)-When a team isn't in the pennant fight, about all fans can do is look forward to next year—and some youngsters for Chicago's major league teams have given the hot stove league some early fuel. Rookie Gary Peters won his 19th game, rookie Pete Ward belted his 21st and 22nd home runs, rookie Billy Cowan hit his first major league home run and rookie Bruce Howard received credit for his second major league victory as the Chicago White Sox won a twi-night dou- blehender and the Chicago Cubs won a single game. Peters (19-6) and Howard (2-0) used home runs by Ward and Floyd Robinson in running the White Sox winning streak to six with 8-3 and 4-3 victories over the Boston Red Sox at Comiskey Park. In the first game, Robinson and Ward hit home runs and the Sox broke the game open with four runs in the eighth inning. How ard was pitching in relief of starter Ray Herbert. Jim Brosnan pitched the final inning. The two first year men battling for Rookie of the Year honors carried the Sox to the second game triumph. Peters went the distance and drilled two singles, running his batting average to .266. The S6-ye«u>okl left-hander Is attempting to become the first rookie Since 1954 to win 20 games. Ward, Peters' chief competitor ] for rookie honors, smashed an Inside-the-park home run. The double victory gave the! second-place White Sox a game lead over third-place Minnesota. New clinched the pennant. York has American already League The White Sox are idle today. In Pittsburgh, roolde outfielder I Billy Cowan hit his first major] league home run with two out in[ the ninth inning—a two-run belt —to give the Cubs a 2-1 victory] over the Pirates. Left-hander Joe Gibbon held a I 1-0 lead going into the ninth and] seemingly had the game sewed] up. But Ron Santo walked andf Cowan followed with his blast. Re-1 lief hurler Don Elston (4-1) re-| ceived credit for the win. The Pirates took a 1-0 lead] when Bob Bailey led off the first] inning with a home run. The Cubs are idle today, as the! National League takes a day off.] In bowling, the distance between the foul line and the headpin is) 60 feet. Bowling balls used by adults may weigh between 10 and 16 j pounds. Announcing Plymouth and Valiant for 1964 Sport Fury 2-door hardtop This good-looking 1964 Plymouth really gets up and goes and has a 5-year/50,000-mile warranty* to keep it going that way. This is the handsome full-size Plymouth for 1964. A few slow circles around it reveal the clean, simple, strong shape of the modern Plymouth. Newness is immediately apparent from the front, back, and profile, especially the new 2-door hardtop roofline shown above. Inside the car, more new beauty, and fabric strength to preserve that beauty. Then there is the special way this car performs. Thousands of laps around the Proving Grounds show that the 1964 Plymouth is quick, alert, vigorous—a sure bet to maintain Plymouth's performance superiority of the past two years. And there's the 5-year/ 50,000-mile engine and drive train warranty* that backs up the performance of all 26 models of Plymouth for 1964. In other words, if this is the year you picked to buy a new car, you picked a beautiful year to Gel up and go PlymoutK! DRAKE TIRE CO. JOINS U.S. SAFETY TEAM Hello! Alton Motorists: - There is a new look at Hie Drake Tire Co., 1214 E. Broadway.. .we have Iff red our face a lirrle bit, and we are sporting a brand new Blue and White paint job. There's a new sign out in front telling everyone that we have been selected to distribute U. S. Royal Tires. America's finest. This Is an invitation to stop In the next time you go by the Drake Tire Co. and let us show you the famous U. S. Royal Tires. Don't forget.. .the brand new Blue and White Safety team ... U. S. Royal and the Drake Tire Co. We want YOU for a customer. HANK CAIRNS THIS IS THE HOME OF DRAKE TIRE CO., ALTON'S U.S. ROYAL DEALER BILL DRAKE U. S. Royal Tires are Signet 200 2-door hardtop This smart-looking 1964 Valiant is a hummer in its own right and it's the low-priced compact with a 5-year/50,000-mile warranty* It would take an awful lot of compact to top Valiant/64 style. Take styling. The new Valiant is newest coming at you, with its completely redesigned grille. Valiant presents a new rear view, too, to admiring followers. All around the car, there is more charm than compacts are supposed to have. Take performance. The new Valiant's stand- ard 101-hp engine is where the word "hummer" comes from; its optional 225-cu.-in. engine is where the word "good-bye" comes from. Take quality. A 5-year/50,000-mile warranty guards the performance of each new Valiant.* Low price is the new Valiant's wrapper-upper. You could do a lot of looking around and never come up with a better value. It's at the same place you'll find the new 1964 Plymouth ... at your nearby Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's. Valiant/64 style Best all-around compact * HERE'S HOW THE STRONG 5/50 WARRANTY PROTECTS PLYMOUTH AND VALIANT OWNERS: Chryiler Corporation warrant* for 6 year* or 50,000 milM, whloh.vor come* flr»t. again*! defect* In material* and workmanahlp and will replace or repair at a Chrysler Motor* Corporation Authorized Dealer 1 ! place of business, the engine block, head and Internal part», Intake manifold, w»Ur pump, Irawmlatlon cue and Internal part* (excluding manual clutch), torque converter, drive ahaft, unlveraal joint*, rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearing* of It* 1964 automobile*, provided the owner ha* th* engine Q|| changed every 3 month* or 4,000 mile*, whichever oome* flr«t, th* oil filter replaced every lecond oil change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 month* and replaced every 2»year», and every 6 month* furnlthe* to tuch a dealer evidence of performance 0' the required service, and request* the dealer to certify (1) receipt of luoh evidence and (2) the oar 1 * then current mileage. See Plymouth and Valiant In action on "The Bob Hope Show," the "World Series," and "The Huntley-Brinkley Reporf'-NBC-TV. SEE BOTH AT YOUR PLYMOUTH-VALIANT DEALER'S TODAY PLYMOUTH DIVISION U. S. Royal Coast-to-Coast Road Hazard Guarantee Guaranteed against blowouts, cuts, impact breaks, etc.) puncture, abuse and consequential damage excepted; based on service rendered at current U. S. Suggested Retail Price for the period specified. For full explanation read your guarantee certificate. DRAKE SAFETY SPECIALS WHEEL BALANCING • For greater mileage • For smoother ride •. For even wear $150 1 including weight* BEAR WHEEL ALINEHENT 95 Here's whit we do; • adjust caster adjust camber adjust toe-In or toe-out • test .steering Factorytralfwd mechanics *" 9 any mak» except BRAKE SPECIAL $119 Hanf* wtiat w* dot t. •.•move front whaaitv Impact brafc* lining, t CftMft own* •Mwnbty. fc CtNMV Intpact and . rtpajqfc front wh«*|-bi*rifig«. 4. Ad]u«t brato thots for fuft contact, «N wnaai*. I. Examina «ntf eftaM brato *wn». • Chack and add hMvyduty to** fluid. It minted 1. Safety-tart brake*. 1 DRAKE TIRE CO. ALTON'S SAFETY CENTER 1814 E. BROADWAY tine* IMS DIAL 46S-8OT

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