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Section 2 Pages 1148 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport * Classified Amusement* Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Alton Continues Hex Over Marquette, 26-7 By DON PLARSKI Telegraph Sports Editor Trailing by a 7-6 deficit at halftime, Alton High aroused itself in the second half to coast to a 26-7 decision gver courageous Marquette Friday night before approximately 6,500 fans at Public School Stadium. It was the ninth straight victory over the Explorers against no setbacks in a series dating back to 1955. Marquette, an unimpressive 19-0 loser to Jerscyvllle last weekend In Its opener, did an nbout-fnce against the Redbirds. The Explorers outplayed the Redbirds In the first half, sparkled on offense and kept the red and white clad hosts in trouble thanks to the tang distance punting of sophomore Terry Peek. Only a misdirected jump pass over the line that turned into an enemy touchdown kept the Explorers from their dressing room a 7-0 leader. Alton came out of the locker room a different team the last half, aroused to the point that Marquette didn't look the same team that had commanded action the first two quarters. The Redbirds hardly gave the Explorers time to rejell the offense that somehow came apart at the seams. Speed, something which -Alton seems ' to possess each season, befuddled the Explorer defense on numerous occasions. And, quarterback Brent Alert Panthers Turn In 2nd Shutout, 19-0 JERSEYVILL E- Jerseyville's defensive-minded football team turned in its second shutout in as many games -Friday night as the Panthers blanked Civic Memorial of Bethalto, 19-0. The Panthers limited the Eag les to 86 yards on the ground and 9 through the air for 95 overall. This compared to Jerseyville's 116 overland and 14 in the air lanes for 130. Jerseyville made the first break of the game nvhen it recovered a fumbled punt on the Eagle seven-yard line. Halfback Maurice Williams curried the first two downs with the payoff coming from two yards out for a 6-0 lead. His, extra point run made it Faltering Cardinals Jolted, 1-0 CINCINNATI (AP) — You just don't lose four straight games this close to the end of the season —including three to the team you are trying to catch—and still have a chance to win the pennant. The St. Louis Cardinals, faltering badly after a fabulous stretch drive, are finding that out .after dropping five games behind pennant-bound IMS Angeles by losing to the Reds Friday night 1-0. Now, any combination of St. Louis defeats and Los Angeles victories totaling three will clinch the pennant for th» Dodgers. Los Angeles beat Pittsburgh 2-0 Friday night. St. Louis has six games left, Los Angeles eight. The Reds' victory was based primarily on the three-hit pitching of John Tsitouris. Holding a 11-8 record, Tsitouris allowed the Cardinals only singles by Dick Groat in the first, Julian Javier in the third and Stan Musial in the seventh. Javier was the only Card to reach second base, on a steal. The Reds got to R<iy Sadecki (10-9) for their run in the fourth. A single by Ken Walters drove in the only run. The Cardinals, taking off today, resume action in a s'pgie game against the Reds Sunday. Cardinals (0) Player AB R 4 0 4 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 McCarver 3 0 Altman 3 0 Sadecki Clemens Broglio Javier Groat Musial Boyer White Flood 2 0 1 0 0 0 Cincinnati (1) H Player AB R H PIASA — Southwestern won its second game of the young football season Friday night by edging visiting Virden, 14-6. All the scoring came in the first half. Fullback Dennis Skaggs scored both touchdowns for the Piasa Birds. Both came on five - yard runs in each of the first and second quarters. Each time halfback Tom Kalil added the extra point on a run. Virden's only score came on a 57-yard run by Tom Dubinick. Southwestern gained 237 yards on the ground to 124 for Virden although Virden had the edge in first downs, 6-5. Southwestern, one of the favorites in the Illinois Valley Conference, opens league play next Friday night when it travels to Hardin to play Calhoun. SOUTHWESTERN LE — Campion. LT — D. Duncan. LG — Alward. C — Stewart. RG — Childress. RT — Beuttel. RE — Meyer. QB — S. Kahl. LH —T. Kahl. RH — B. Duncan. FB —Skaggs. VIRDEN LE — Gates. LT — Craggs. LG — Riffey. C. — Richno. RG— Micklus. RT — HoIIoway. RE — 1 Rose 1 Kasko 1 Plnson 0 Pavletich 0 Harper 0 Walters 0 Cardenas 0 Edwards 0 Tsitouris 0 0 3 300 402 300 1 1 3 0 1 3 0 1 300 300 300 Totals 30 0 3 Totals 28 1 5 Cardinals 000000000—0 3 0 Cincinnati 00010000 x— 1 S 0 Pittsfield Upsets IVC Champ, 13-0 PITTSFIELD — Two fourth quarter touchdowns by Pittsfield defeated the Wildcats of Winchester, defending IVC titlists, 13 0, in a non-conference game, Fri day night. Bill Henderson scored both touchdowns for Pittsfield on one- yard plunges. Farrell booted an extra point. Three times during the first half the Wildcats got Inside the Pittsfield 15 but penalties stopped two drives and the Pittsfield defense a third. Winchester (1-1) visits Pleas ant Hill (2-0) Friday night in an IVC game. WINCHESTER LE — Buhlig, LT — Goodin, LG — Sparrow, C —Pittinger, RG — Benton, RT — Cooney, RE — Ehlert, QB — R. Spencer, LHB — Leitze, RHB — Watt, F B— G. Spencer. Substitutions Young, McClure, Montgomery, D. Cooney, Fricke, Phady, Bolte. PITTSFIELD LE - Dodd, LT - Farrell, LG — Christ, C — Shulman RG - Sealock, RT -- Pfieffer, RE — Lowry, QB — Boyd, LHB — Presse, RHB — Henderson, FB — Cunningham. WINCHESTER 00000 PITTSFIELD o 0 0 13 13 SOCRING PITTSFIELD — Henderson 1 run (Farrell kick) PITTSFIELD — Henderson 1 run (kick railed) Illinois College Football By THE ASSOCIATED FltUSS Klrksville State, Mo., 22, West ern Illinois 0 Southwestern Nips Tough Virden, 14-6 GRID MENU TODAY Cahoklu at WMA (2:00) Highland at Vandalla College SIU at Evansvllle College Earlham College at Principle College (Elsah* SUNDAY Pro St. Louis at Philadelphia Chicago at Minnesota Southwestern Wins First X-Country BUNKER HILL — In the first cross country meet in Southwestern High School history, the Piasa Birds defeated Bunker Hill by the score of 28 to 31 Friday. James Moore of Southwestern ran the 2-mile course in 11:24 minutes to capture first place in the event. Thirlwall. QB — Dubinick, LH — Smith. RH — Fuiten. FB—Bruna. SUBSTITUTIONS SOUTHWESTERN — Phillips, Thaxton, Bates, Watson. VIRDEN — Cox, Hamilton, Johnson, Snell, Wolford. Scores by Periods: Southwestern 7 7 0 0 14 Virden 60006 SCORING SOUTHWESTERN - Skaggs 5 run (T. Kahl run). VIRDEN — Dubinick 57 run (run failed). SOUTHWESTERN — Skaggs 5 run (T. Kahl run). STATISTICS S.W. V. First Downs 8 5 Yards Rushing 237 125 Passes Attempted 5 7 Passes Completed 1 3 Passes Intercepted-By 0 1 Fumbles Lost 1 2 Yards Penalized 10 25 Gould Glitters As Calhoun Falters, 21-0 HARDIN — The Warriors of Calhoun saw too much Gould Friday night, Wayne Gould that is, as they lost to Wentzville, Mo. 21-0, and evened their record at 1-1. Gould, a 160 - pound halfback, scored all of Wentz- viHe's points on three touchdowns and tiiree extra points he dashed nine yards twice in tlie first and third quarters and scored his final TD on a three-yard plunge in the final stanza. Wentzville outrushed Calhoun, 320 yards to 95. The Warriors host Southwestern next Friday night in a Illinois Valley Conference game. Score By Periods Wentzville 7 0 7 7 21 Calhoun 00000 SCORING Wentzville — Gould 9 run (Gould run). Wentzville — Gould 9 run (Gould run). Wentzville — Gould 3 run (Gould pass from Thornberg). 70 with 5:08 left in the period. After a scoreless second quarter, Jerseyville scored its second six- pointer in the third quarter. With 40 seconds left in the period, right halfback Jim Trask hauled in a punt and sped 63 yards for a touchdown. The pass for the point failed. On the first play of the fina! period, Civic Memorial fumblec and the alert Panther defense recovered with Bob Greer pouncing on the loose ball on the seven- yard line. Two sophomores then combined with Randy Shcppard going five and Tom Berry getting the toufchdown from two yards out. The run for the extra point was stopped. While Jerseyville was turning in its second whitewash job, CIV duplicated its dubious distinction of not scoring for the seconc time. The Eagles were snuffed out by Wood River last weekend 26-0. Jerseyville sees action again next Friday night when it goes to Carlinville. Civic Memorial begins Midwestern Conference play with a home game against Roxana., a 25-6 loser to Wood River Friday night. JERSEYVILLE LE — English. LT — Rolando LG — Kuebrich. C — Martin 'RG — Simpson. RT ~— Rothe RE — Raftis. QB — Smith. LH — Williams. RH — Trask. FB — Whitlock. CIVIC MEMORIAL LE — D. Nave. LT — Kidd. LG —Hattery. C — Willison. RG — Bennett. RT — Ricci. RE — Landreth. QB — Erzen. LH Waltz. RH —Dauguld. FB — Kivett. Substitutions JERSEYVILLE — Allen, Sun derlord, Greer, Crazier, Watson, Blakorby, Brown, Sinclair, Weigler, Forester, H. Watson, Pitchford. CM — L. Nave, Knight, Tarrant, Miller, Imel, Johnson, Me Millan, Ladd, Kleeman, Whipple. JERSEYVILLE 706 6—19 CM 0000—0 SCORING JERSEYVILLE - Williams 2 run (Williams run) JERSEYVILLE — Trask 63 punt return (pass failed) JERSEYVILLE - Berry 2 run (run failed) Statistic* CM Jer. First dosvns 6 8 Yards Rushing 86 16 Yards Passing 9 14 Total Yardage 95 130 Passes Attempted 10 6 Passes Completed 10 6 Passes Int. By 2 1 Fumbles Lost 2 0 Yards Penalized 30 70 Gwtllim, reputed to be a good passer and proving his performance against Quinoy the previous weekend was a flnke, .omplPled six of eight passes for 107 yards and two touchdowns to favorite receiver, Dirk Ehlert, a glue-fingered senior. On the last play of the first quarter the left side of the Mar-j quette line rushed in, blocked Fred Wallendorff's punt and re covered on the Alton 12. Three plays later, quarterback Guy Nasello sneaked over from the one, sophomore Dave Coles booted the poinl and it was Mar quotlfi in front of the stunned Redbirds, 7-0, with 11:11 left in the half. A fumble recovery by Randy Baker gave Marquette another chance on its own 38. On third down Nasello leaped high for a short jump pass, but Leroy Johnson cut in front of the intended receiver, grabbed the ball and sped down the left side line for 42 yards and a touchdown. The snap from center on t h e extra point attempt was bad and kicker Vic Schwartz was swarm ed under to nullify the point attempt. Midway through the period tailback Tom Tueth stepped back for n quick kick, but the punt went awry when the ball hit Baker in the hack. Alton recovered on the Mnr- quette 31. But, the Explorers held and it MOMENT OF GLORY Somewhere in this pileup is quarterback Guy Nasello of the Marquette Explorers. He has just scored Marquette's only touchdown of the game, one that put the Explorers in the lead against Alton Friday night. Jumping for joy is number 76, tackle Mark Elliott. Alton players in white uniforms are tackle Ken Best (65), guard Pat Purcell (73), halfback Andrew Johnson (21) and halfback Maurice Pittman (30). Number 40 on the ground is linebacker Otis Hall of the Redbirds. Number 53 is center Mike Mihalich of the Explorers. Alton won 26-7. — Don Hayes photo. ^^^^ IARD COLLECTOR Fullback Leroy Johnson of the Redbirds gains some yardage on an end run, but is about to come to the end of his jaunt as defensive back Rich Willie (46) moves in for the tackle. Johnson was one of the offensive stars for the Redbirds.—Don Hayes photo. Belleville Surprised; Edwardsville Upset Assumption of East St. Louis ended the Belleville Maroons' 11- game winning streak Friday night, 14-10, on the Belleville field, and visiting Belleville Cathedral upset high-scoring Edwardsville, 19-13, on a 55-yard pass play from quarterback Tim Battaglia to halfback Jerry Bauer with 53 seconds left in the game. Other Southwestern Conference teams came through as expected. East St. Louis scored its second shutout in two games with a 19-0 ,vin over cross-town Lincoln, Collinsville pounded Quincy on t h e Blue Devil field, 32-13, and Granite City blanked an inspired Madison team, 14-0. Bellevilled led at the half, 3-0, on kicker Ron Thomas' field goal but Assumption forged ahead in the third period as Bob Costello capped a 55-yard drive with a one-yard sneak. The extra point by Don Ruegg 1 gave Assumption a 7-3 lead. Belleville came back strong, driving 60 yards with the ensuing kickoff for the go-ahead TD which was scored on a seven-yard sprint by fullback Jim Goodwin. Assumption broke open the game in the fourth quarter when the Pioneers recovered a fumbled punt on the Belleville 20. Jim Demarse took it one yard for the winning touchdown with 3:50 left to play. Cathedral scored its first touchdown on a four-yard pass from Battaglia to Mike Aufdenspring with 15 seconds left in the first half. On the kickoff beginning the third period Jerry Bauer dashed 85 yards to make the score 13-0. Edwardsville came back in the Final period as Joe Townsend burst 38 yards for one score and five yards for another. Bob Hoskins' plunge on the second touchdown knotted the score at 13-all until Cathedral's last minute heroics won it. East St. Louis scored a touchdown in each of the first three quarters to beat Lincoln. J i m Rietsis plunged five yards lor one score, Ray Smith' ran buck a punt 45 yards for the second, and fullback Gerald Nave plunged eight yards for the third touch down. C'ollinsvllle outclassed Quill- cy UK halfback Don Demon) tallied three times on runs of 44 and 2 yards and a 46- yard pass play from quarterback Dave Russell, Bob Powell dashed 34 yards for a fourth touchdown and Lee Clark drove one yard for the fifth and final six-pointer. Madison, a 42-12 loser to Edwardsville last week, shut out Granite City in the second half Friday night but the Warriors managed two touchdowns in the first half and Madison couldn't score at all. Joe Hiles on a five-yard run and Bob Pyle on a 68-yard run wiih a recovered fumble account ed lor the .Granite City touchdowns. CATHEDRAL LE—Sobczak, LT—R. Bauer, LG—Vollmer, C—Gain, RG — Juracek, RT—Cerneka, RE — Aufdenspring, QB — Battaglia, LHB—J. Bauer, RHB—Hoefken, FB—Dahm. EDWARDSVILLE LE—Mareing, LT —Johnson, LG—Hartmann, C—Hall, RG — Betts, RT—Senn, RE—Campbell, QB—Noll, LHB—Williams, RHB —Blind, FB—Hoskins. Cathedral 076 6—19 Edwarduville 000 13—13 SCORING Cathedral — Aufdenspring 4 pass from Battaglia (Cerneka kick). Cathedral—J. Bauer 85 kickoff return (kick failed). Edwardsvilie — Townsend 38 run (run failed). Edwardsville — Townsend 5 run (Hoskins run). Cathedral—J. Bauer 55 pass from Battaglia (kick failed) ASSUMPTION LE—Ruegg, LT—Shovlin, LG —Coth, C—Ignatz, RG—Pasterski, RT — Sheroky, RE—Buss, QB — Costello, LHB—DeMarse, RHB—Evans, FB—Eichelmeyer. BELLEVILLE LE—Schmidt, LT—Myers, LG —Gray, C—Butts, RG—Cramer, RT—Johnson, RE — Fritzinger, QB—Englebretson. LHB — Pool, Bird Harriers Easily Beat Granite City The Alton High School cross country team defeated Granite City 1548, Friday afternoon in a dual meet on the Muny golf course, taking 13 of the first 14 places. George Frailer of Alton was the individual winner over the two-mile course with a time of 10:38. The next six runners were within 10 seconds of the winner. Second place went to Ed Podhorn of Alton. Others in order were 3. Darrell Groves (A) 4. Bruce Car roll (A) 5. Steve Currins (A) C. Gury Lornex (G) 7. Jeff Bernard (A) 8. Art Chester (A) 9. Ron Taul (A) 10. Terry Harris (A) 11. Ron Wilson (A) 12. Leonard Schildroth (A) 13. Glen Carroll IA) 14. Mike Castillo (A). Granite City took the JV division, 26-29. Tuesday afternoon Alton will host Belleville and Lincoln ol East St. Louis at Muny start ini? at 4 o'clock. The Redbirds will also take part in the Edwardsville Invitational next Friday. RHB—McCumber, FB — Goodwin. Assumption 007 7—14 Belleville 307 0—10 SCORING Assumption — Costello 1 run (Ruegg kick). Assumption—DeMarse 1 run (Ruegg kick). Belleville—Thomas field goal. Belleville — Goodwin 7 run (Thomas kick). LINCOLN LE—Edwards, LT — Bagley, LG—Harris, C—Crockett, RG— Weaksfall, RT—Wharton, RE— Ware, QB—Pruitt, LHB—Nunn, RHB—Davis, FB—Ellsworth. EAST ST. LOUIS LE—Olion, LT—Freiberg, LG —Dunn, C—Burbank, RG—Kisselbach, RT—Reeder, RE — Coates, QB—Jen.tsch, LHB — LHB—Riestes, RHB—Walls, FB —Nave. Lincoln 0 0 0 0—0 East St. Louis 766 0—10 SCORING East St. Louis—Reistis 5 run (Riestis kick). East St. Louis—R. Smith 45 punt return (kick failed). East St. Louis—G. Nave 8 run (kick failed). COLLINSVILLE LE—Birger, LT — Rednour, LG—Yagow, C—Eckart, RG — Gauen, RT—Hans, RE—Moore, QB — Russell, LHB — Powell RHB—DeMoro, FB—Clark. QUINCY LE—Bears, LT—Little, LG — Gross, C—York, RG—Nicholson, RT—Thomas, RE-Platt, QB- Gustison, LHB—Newberry, RHB Wyatt, FB—Winters. Collinsville 13 6 7 6—32 Quincy . 060 7—13 SCORING Collinsville — Demoro 44 run (McChristian kick). Collinsville — Demoro 2 run (kick failed). Collinsville—Demoro 46 pass from Rusell (kick failed). Collinsville — Powell 34 run (McChristian kick). Collinsville—Clark 1 run (kick failed). Quincy — Dassener 12 pass from Gustison (kick failed). Quincy—Newberry 2 run (Jenkins kick). MADISON LE-Rendell, LT — Nizinski, LG—Mallett, C--Ciinton, RG Miller, RT—Onesky, RE—Summers, QB—Skinner, LHB—Po- boda, RHB—Konuch, FB—Lusk. GRANITE CITY LE—Nash, LT--Mizerski, LG —Kern, C—Rousseau, RG—Lybarger, RT—Line, RE—Hauptman, QB -•- McKehan, LHB Hiles, RHB- Petrillo, FH- Craycraft. Madlbon 0000—0 Granite City 770 0—14 SCORING Granite City -- Hiles 5 run (Hiles kick). Granite City-- Pyles 68 recov- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. xNew York - 101 54 .652 Chicago 89 65 .578 ll'/ a Minnesota ... 87 68 .561 14 Baltimore .... 82 73 .529 20 Detroit 75 79 .487 25Ms Cleveland .... 73 81 .474 27V 2 Boston 73 82 .471 28 Kansas City .. 70 84 .455 30V 2 Los Angeles .. 69 86 .445 32 Washington .. 53 100 .346 47 x—Clinched pennant Friday's Results Chicago 2, Detroit 0 Los Angeles at Cleveland, rain Minnesota at Boston, rain New York 5-3, Kansas City 4-4 (1st game 13 innings) Baltimore 7, Washington 6 Today's Games Kansas City at New York Chicago at Detroit Minnesota at Boston (2) Washington at Baltimore (N) Los Angeles at Cleveland Sunday's Games Chicago at Detroit Washington at Baltimore Kansas City at New York Minnesota at Boston Los Angeles at Cleveland (2) National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles .. 95 59 .617 — St. Louis 91 65 .583 5 San Francisco 84 70 .545 11 :incinnati .... 82 74 .526 14 Philadelphia . 81 73 .526 14 Milwaukee ... 81 74 .523 14% !hicago 78 77 .503 17Va Pittsburgh ... 72 82 .468 23 Houston 60 94 .390 35 New York .... 49 105 .318 46 Friday's Results Chicago 1, Milwaukee 0 Cincinnati 1, St. Louis 0 Houston 3, Philadelphia 2 Los Angeles 2, Pittsburgh 0 San Francisco 6, New York 3 Today's Games Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (N) New York at San Francisco Philadelphia at Houston Milwaukee at Chicago Only games scheduled Sunday's (lames Milwaukee at Chicago St. Louis at Cincinnati Pittsburgh at Los Angeles New York at Sun Francisco Philadelphia at Houston (N) FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOC5.UED PRESS MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -Gregorio Peralta, ISS'/i, Argentina, out- pointed over Willie Pastrano, 179, Miami, 10, non-title. was 7-6 at halftime. Alton took the second half kickoff and on first down left halfback Andrew Johnson ctit through left guard and outraced defenders for 58 yards and a touchdown. Schwartz missed the point, but it was Alton in the lead for the first time, 12-7. Alton drove 73 yards for a TD the next time it had its hafltis on the ball in the third quarter. The payoff came when Gwillim h i t right end Ehlert in the end zone from 16 yards out. This time Schwartz was good and it was 19-7. Alton drove 57 yards hi the last period for Its final six- pointer. Again, Gwillim found Ehlert in the end zone, this time with a four-yard toss with 5:58 left to play. Schwartz made good to wrap up scoring. Alton had things much its own way, statistically. The Redbirds held the Explorers to 30 yards net on the ground and 21 through the air for 51 overall. Gwillim added his 107 aerial yards to the 253 gained on the ground for Alton's 360 total yardage. First downs were in favor of the Redbirds, 10-5. The two Johnsons had another good night just as they had against Quincy. Besides a touchdown apiece, Andrew gained 103 yards in 12 carries for 8.6 per carry and Leroy, the fullback, totaled 68 yards in 10 tries for 6.8 each assignment. The other halfback, Otis Hail, carried four timed, fumbled once, was stopped for no gain, but gained 27 and 23 yards on his other two carries for 50 yards. One bright spot for Marquelte was the brilliant kicking of Peek. He constantly kept the Redbirds back on their heels in the first half with booming punts of 44, 42 and 47 yards. For the game, he averaged 41 yards per punt on five boots. One of the brighter defensive standouts for Alton was left tackle Dave Walls, a 211-pounder, who, according to Coach Ralph McClain, could be one of the better linemen in the area if he lives up to his potential. Alton steps into the frying pan next Friday night. The Redbirds open Southwestern Conference play against the Jub favored to win the crown, East St. Louis. The game will be at East Side. Marquette also plays an East St. Louis team, Lincoln, at Public School Stadium at 8 p.m. Friday. STATISTICS Mar. Alton First Downs 5 10 Yards Rushing 30 253 Yards Passing 21 107 Total Yardage 51 360 Passes Attempted 10 8 Passes Completed 3 6 Passes Int. by 12 Fumbles Lost 0 2 Yards Penalized 20 30 ALTON LE — Sims. LT — Walls. LG — Maher. C — Schwartz. RG — Purcell. RT — Best. RE — Ehlert. QB — Gwillim. LH — A. Johnson. RH — Hall. FB — L. Johnson. MARQUETTE LE — Guinee. LT — Beeler. LG — Todaro. C — Mihalich. RG — Haine. RT — Elliott. RE — Ash. QB — Nasello. LH — Chappee. RH — Willie. FB — Morrison. MARQUETTE 07 00—7 ALTON 0 6 13 7—26 SCORING MARQUETTE — Nasello 1 run (Coles kick) ALTON — L. Johnson 42 intercepted pass (kick failed) ALTON — A. Johnson 58 run (kick failed) ALTON — Ehlert 16 pass from Gwillim (Schwartz kirk) ALTON — Ehlert 4 pass from Gwillim (Schwartz kick) SUBSTITUTIONS Alton — Sheary, Herron, Kolesa, Komlos, Pittman, Yeager, Wallendorff, T. Hand, Sorbie, Kozicky, Bradshaw, Swinney, Vail, Dix, Saunders. Marquette — Baker, Cotter Drainer, D. Schulz, Wickenhauser, Hawkins, Holden, Long, P. McFarlane. B. Schulz, S. Schulz, Tassinari, Van Buren, Coles, Haegele, T. McFarlane, Peek. OFFICIALS Harry Deckert, Ed Osiek, Andy Sullivan, Charles Stone. College Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitt 20, UCLA 0 Texas'21, Tulane 0 Fla. State 24, Miami, Fla., 0 *************** FULLY AIR CONDITIONED , OPEN BOWLING, £ 35c Per Game ^ * ACME 32 LANES * ^ 35 Years on Broadway *T ***************

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