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The Standard-Star from New Rochelle, New York • 26

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The Standard-Stari
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New Rochelle, New York
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iyISW 20 THE STANDARD STAR NEW ROCHELLE NyRI NOVEMBER 4 1960 Crusaders! Riding Crest Of 4 Game Winning Streak Loom Worthy oe New Rochelle Tackles Stepinac On Road Tomorrow Roy Records 122 14 116 86 Back Nod To Wells New! DOWGARD performs 55 better than antifreeze the he 0 7 Chaminade Stepinac Mt St Michael St rancis Prep Cardinal Hayes Iona Prep Holy Cross 0 1 1 3 3 STEPINAC (4 2) aipfield Prep Chaminade Holy Cross Mt St Michael Cardinal Hayes Iona Prep 16 0 12 0 34 (24) (42) (46) (21) (20) 16 6 6 34 18 36 has QB looms a hard fought struggle be tween two top schools New Rochelle is the logical choice for the favorite's role one which Amonson never relishes The powerful Purples are perhaps two touchdowns better on paper a meaningless appraisal It's what takes place on the field that counts and New Rochelle has been idle pies are on a 406 SOP Pascack Valley of New Jersey the previ ous leader tailed off to 390 in its fifth game last week There are any number of inter esting duels in the offing tomor row irst there's the halfback match up between Steets and Gene McDonald NRHS sprinter who many observers will toll you is the best in these parts since John ny Counts Barrett will pit his quarterback ing wares in the multiple offense against Gus Colarusso Stepinac helmsman Both are expected to take to the air lanes quite often Then there's the rivalry up front Stepinac has a talented tackle in John Pugni selected as Lineman of the Week earlier in the CIISL campaign New Rochelle boasts Bob Conte this week's Con Edison Award winner and a sure fire col lege line prospect Senior Cores It is noteworthy that the nuc leus of both squads is formed by a hard senior core boys who have been playing varsity ball for three years They shouldn't make too many mistakes tomorrow in what 40 28 Obviously this measure can't be applied to two such teams as Iowa the No 1 and third ranked Minnesota who play But the Crusaders bei easy be out to wing and double wing the team many is the best in Westchester Clll'RCII STANDINGS Salem Baptist St Luke's Men Larchmont Presbyterian irst Presbyterian St John's Ushers Covenant North Ave Presbyterian St North Ave Men St Paul's Temple Israel Holy Trinity Trinity Ushers St John's Bud Matthucs of Salem was se ries kingpin in last night's Inter Church Bowling League meeting at Larchmont's Loyal Inn Lanes sparking his team to a 1 0 sweep of Holy Trinity for a 577 aggregate Jack rench Matthues linked 189 197 191 marks added a 184 541 and Russ Kothe manufactured a 204 535 in support ing roles Al Swank tossed a 207 549 anchor for the losers Two Sweeps doubtful quantity are Jim Rey nolds and Ted Montemurro beset by knee and ankle troubles re spectively Steve Schock out most of the year with cracked ribs is back to spell either of the two forwards talent laden squad goes into clash with the highest points per game aver age in the Met environs The Pur ler 14 days The coaches hope the Huguenots have not gone sour in that span thoughts na turally are to the contrary There has been mention of out standing operatives earlier in this pice but several NRHS defenders are deserving of a plug also As is the football custom defensive agents are relegated to the back ground while backs garner 1 the headline glory Lost In Shuffle New Rochelle has a host of good linemen and secondary perform ers whose names have been lost in the shuffle this year what with the abundance of TDs Take Dick Repsher 160 pound senior end on offense and halfback on defense for instance His anti areial who has been excellent thus far Against White Plains he was pressed into emergency punting service and responded with a 4 1 yard average in three tries That's the story with this New Rochelle steamroller It has horses that haven't been let out of the stable yet When Amonson does spring them loose a new batch of stars are added to the galaxy If Stepinac goes down tomorrow New Rochelle will have a solid shot at its first all winning year since 1935 triumph two are expected action crackerjack a beating Vic Carbone cut loose with a 191 557 and Carl Behrend hit 199 510 as St hammered North Ave Men 1 0 Gus Steelberg 189 551 Irv Nykwest 189 510 and Art Rehnstrom 181 501 paced Coven ant in a 4 0 lashing of Temple St John's behind the 190 535 slinging of Roy Repsher and Bill Hcnnigar's 190 518 jarred its Ush ers 3 1 Ralph unk pinned a 177 508 for the losers NAP bowled over Larchmont 1 0 Bob Du Bois featuring the sweep with a 182 500 Russ Ander son had a 185 534 for the losers Another Blank Bill Erlenmaier 184 519 and red Bunke 199 511 piloted St Men to a 4 0 win over St Phil Kingsman 182 523 starred in a losing cause Holy Trinity Ushers crushed irst Presbyterian 4 0 in the fi nal match and this very well could be the final Inter Church write up for more a tew teams refuse to submit firstnames several of the Stepinac 'ads thirsting for revenge after Jim Each John Pugni Dan Reid Ed Maloney RG Bob lood RT Dan Riordan (23) Bill Dwyer l53 Gus Colarusso (22) Bill Streets (11) Roy Pizzarello (3D Roger La Barr 1D 3 4 2 1 1 1 0 ers Among these are Missouri Colo 25 24 21 21 21 18 18 17 151Z2 15 14 13 10 Stepinac aided but highly efficient assistant coach was discussing the game "We're in for it" averred Paul" and it should be one heck of a ball game" Paul also maintains that Step goes into the fray with a de rided psychological edge taken them four years in a row ano are last year's one sided affair (10 has won five tied one and looking better weekly as it chal lenges Mississippi for the South eastern Conference lead Syracuse and Baylor two of last week's victims are in about the same situation Syra i cuse brought to a dead stop by Pitt after limping through five victories figures to be a some what stronger team than Army but it may have lofct the wining habit Baylor was dropped from the Southwest Conference lead by TCU Now it meets Texas which regained winning form against Southern Methodist after losing twice Rice Is Moving Rice current SWC leader has won five straight and faces Arkan sas which hasn't yet established a pattern of winning or losing Regardless of what happens in the Iowa Minnesota game Ohio State finds itself in an enviable position as contender for Big Ten honors and a place in the Rose Bowl The rugged Buckeyes jolt ed by Purdue moved against Wis consin and Michigan State the past two weeks and shouldn't slow down when they meet Indiana in a game that doesn't count in the standings It's anyone's guess what will hapnen when Washington and Southern California clash with the Big ive lead at stake Washing What's more the records show that just starting to come" Attack true that Stepinac has come a long way since dropping its first two games (to Chaminade un beaten CHSL leader and air field a strong Connecticut outfit) Ryan credits the current four game tear to a change in offensive plans Stepinac primarily a forma tion club has added wing and dou ble wing variations to the stand ard using men in motion off the latter The changes have made for a more diversified of fensive and brought halfback Pizzarello into the limelight Pizzarello's improved play made swift Billy Steets and Gus Colarusso greater threats Steets will be the boy to watch to morrow as a breakaway ag ent who can go all the way on any play But ovm hok Piz zy Purples Heavier hacks average 165 and the linemen 193 which means they'll be giving plenty of weight away to the hefty (but mobile) Huguenots New Rochelle isn't exactly ship shape on the eve of one of the key games Three regulars are nursing wounds sustained in the white Plains weeks ago but all to see considerable Denny Barrett quarterback took against the Plainsmen but Ryan is sure the field general will be ready to go full tilt Of a more They're both rolling along the un beaten track It momentum is the main factor they'll come to a dead halt when they meet Duke Might Do It Navy also is unbeaten but against Notre Dame last week Joe Bcllino and Co nearly ran out of steam Duke has been pick ing up momentum since its single defeat winning from North Caro lina State Clemson and the big one from Georgia Tech the kind of situation that could lead to an upset Conversely Tech likely will By JIM Sports Editor Another day of reckoning comes tomorrow for New Rochelle High School's football team being bal lyhooed in many quarters as the best in New York's Metropolitan area Coach Lou Pur ple Wave unbeaten in three starts travels to White Plains to do bat tle with Stepinac on the latter's school field at 2 pm In Stepinac New Rochelle will be facing a most formidable chal lenge in quest of its first unde feated season in 25 years Coach Joe Sullivan's Crusaders have size speed and savvy plus the momentum of a four game win ning streak Mythical Title Don MacArthur New Rochelle's elongated prolific publicist al ready has set the stakes for to big game To the win ner opines Mac goes the mythic al Westchester County schoolboy grid title The MacArthur index tabs NRHS as the best public school eleven in the county Step inac is rated the class of schools Paul Ryan the unher INTANGIBLE MOMENTUM Of Irish KEY TO BIG 10 CROWN NEW YORK Joe Wells an By RLXIH ULLERTON JR have trouble getting started again! Iona Prep halfback has been des Associated Press Sports Writer (after its loss and could be an easy! ignated as the Back of the Wceki There's an intangible factor in (victim of a Tennessee team that! in the Catholic High Schools oot C0PgP that ball League Mells the unsung ppobably is as important as spirit hero of the Iona season a veraged i(jrsjre an(j the others that coaches 5 yards per carry against Stepinac tal( ah0ut bUf define as the Irish lost a u6 34 thriller to the Crusaders Sunday Bln simPp means that Wells had previouhlv been used llP winning habU grows and the primarily as a blocking back Thablt becomes ha rd to the protection of passer DougjbrPa: could make the diffei Schupp Wells is a senior playing pnc in about a half dozen of this his third vear of varsitv football I big games that could mean He played every minute in and bowl invitations for the Stepinac game backing up the winners and oblivion for the los line on defense This' week's nominee has letter ed in baseball and is a leader in rado Duke Navy Tennessee Geor extracurricular activities Igia Tech Rice Arkansas Ohio Bob Torre a 6 1 190 pound sen jState Indiana Baylor Texas Utah ivf end for St rancis Prep was State Wyoming and Southern Cali designated Lineman of the Weeklfornia Washington for his play in the 20 0 victory against Cardinal Hayes Rated as one of the best block ers on the team he also handles the punting averaging 40 yards a in Saturday's headline encounter boot It was Torre's defensive work which garnered the award how ever Hayes found it foolish to try and turn his end and when Cardinals attempted to pass rushed the passer relentlessly The league standings: WL 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 NEW ROCHELLE (TO) A Davis Rome Academy White Plains Malthues Spins 577 Triple Keys 4 0 Pin Romp Purple Platoons offense Rich Roundtree (80) Jim Reynolds (64) rank Prosek 70) Ken Roffe (51) Ted Montemurro (63) RT Bob Conte (77) Ray Pasqua (87) Denny Barrett (10) Gene McDonald 45) Gus Stenroos (20) Bubbles Taylor (33) DEENSE Conte George Watt (79) rank Jahn (71) Dan Harris (66) Prosek Dick Aiello (60) John Pastore (54) Jim Morgan (88) Earl Ehrenstein (82) McDonald Dick Repsher (81) ZIjokI toaLfcfcle of white jilaLjuxs wtS'ff PARDON ME MR CRUSADER?) wS" I MAY I BORROW TUATTWJSZ 2 jST INVADE white mnl STUED! I THINK IT LL i TO LAU VI5I1 WAS G0 VERY WELL WITH THIS SUCCESJRJL KITTEN I TAMED MERE JKB a HAVE fa UNSEAT ME IRST iW NNa fvAki piin 7 zwl I I Series Scores Year NR Stepinac 1952 6 31 1953 7 11 1951 1 955 1956 26 13 1958 13 6 1958 20 7 1959 40 13 1960 NR won 4 Stepinac 2 Total Points: 112 Stepinac 81 SUNDAY NOV 6th 2 PM aRANKUN MTVttNON MINERS vs EAGlES itr AT MEMORIAL IELD MT VERNON NYg ODCA? 11k CHILDREN UNDER TWELVE ADMITTED REE '4 (arrompanied by adult) ton has a 6 1 over all record and USC 3 3 Rut the Huskies haven't won impressively taking their last three by a total margin of four points USC lost its first three but has been winning by bigger mar gins Big 8 Drange Bowl The Big Eight lead and a pos sible Orange Bowl berth are up Colorado Utah State and Wyo ming battle for first place in the Skyline conference Missouri's Tigers have been im pressive both on offense and de fense Colorado has had a tough time beating the same conference teams but got a tremendous boost from its first conference victory over Oklahoma last week Utah State is another unbeaten team with impressive statistics for ground gained and for scoring Defensively tough Wyoming has won its last four beating two common rivals by bigger scores than Utah State did LARGE OR SMALL NEEDS QUICKLY SOLVED! 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