The Morning Union from Springfield, Massachusetts (2024)

THE SPRINGFIELD SUNDAY REPUBLICAN, SPRINGFIELD, OCTOBER 19, 1952 9B ANNUAL PEANUT BOWL FOOTBALL GAME SLATED DEC. 20 AT NIGHT Peanut Bowl Grid Game Will Be Played Dec. 20 Officials at Columbus, Move Date Ahead So as Not to Conflict With College Bowl Games; Another Invite Likely for Western Mass. By ROBERT Schoolboy football teams in circles and still in contention for the learn that a major change has been annual post-season Peanut Bowl first time since its origination in attrartion will be moved ahead of with Harold Jambon, secretary of known that the date this year has been for Dec. 20.

will he held at night. under the lights at Memorial in' Columbus. Vo Surprise The change comes AS 110 surprise to Western schools and fans. .1 3 ago, following Agawam High's victors over Richmond of Augusta. in the New Year's Das C'olumbus officials expressed their desire of moving the game ahead Atlo 11 pek so 3.8 not to conflict with the numerous college games in the South, Southwest and on the West Coast.

The change of dates AILS realized at decent meeting of the Peanut Bowl Committee at Columbus. And, according 10 Jambon. it should sult it quite A financial boost, not only to the competing schools hut 10 4 the charities that benefit, 38 Well. It was also learned that Lon C. Gammage, wealthy and influential Columbus contractor.

who is also president of the Columbus Exchange has again accepted the chairmanship of the Peanut Bowl. Said Jambon, "we have been trying to alleviate problem of competing with the college bowl games for the past few sears. We've had our troubles with attendance at the Peanut Bowl games in past holding the ganies New Year's Day. We have found that by moving the game ahead, we'll create morA interest throughout the State of Georgia and we'll also attract the why either SO to college bowl games 0.1 listen in on radios." Invite Probable Only one season did the Peanut Bowl stage its program on any other day than New Year's. That was on Westfield High's second trip south.

a victory over Glynn Academy of Richmond, Ga. That game was staged on Dec. 31 but the attendance didn't differ too much because it still came at it tune when Georgia fans. a good portion. then At any rate.

were heading for other bowl contests. Whether or not: a Western schoolboy will be tendered 8. bid this vear is a question which must be answered at a later date. However, Jambon did mention that at two recent committee meetings, it was consensus that the group would focus its attention on this sov. tion A Again, in order to obrain a suitable opponent for the liporgia schoolboy champion.

Western has taken part in four Peanut Bowl programs to slate. Westfield defeated Fitzgerald High on New Year's Day of then trimmed Glynn Academy on Dee. 31 of the same year. Holyoke lost to Rockmart High of Georgia on New Year's Day of '51 and Aguwam defeated Richmond Academy of Augusta on New Year's Day of this year. That made the third victory in four starts for Western Mass.

Charities Benefit Should the invite come this way again, and it seems almost assured, then 'the school in question would have to request of the State Secondary School Principals' Association, permission to compete. The re quest would in turn. to be submitted to the special five- man board. whien will determine the value of tho trip and program 14 the school and ItS student athletes. The change of dates will alter the situation in this respect, By playing of Dec.

20, the Western school would have to lease here oy train 011 Monday, Dec. 13, thereby allowing four days for practice after arrival at Columbus. Which means that the students would miss 1 week of school. The group would arrive back home by the 23d, at the latest, to complete the remainder of the Christmas vacation period. According to one mentber of the special five board.

the problem of allowing the players out of school one week earlier, would rest wali the school board of the school 111 vited. The Peanut Bowl is not a private enterprise, nor is it a money-making venture. It six programs to date the committA is still running close the red. Each schvol is allone! a flat $2000 guarantee, else 30 per cont of the gate, whichever is larger. The remainder.

after expenses. goes 10 worthy charitable 117 C'olumbus. The Peanur Bowl game is sponsored by the Columbus Ex. change Club and has the sanction of the Goorgia State High School Association, Officials of schools which hate taken part in previous Peanut Bowl encounters can relate mans worthwhile experiences. Certainly, they have said, the trip to Columbus prorides All educational value for the youngsterS, along with bringing added prestige 10 100 school 110 city.

And the care and supervision provided for the players at Fort Benning, by both officers and petsonnel. leaves little 10 he desired TEXAS A TIES TCU IN FINAL HALF C'ollege Station. 01. 16 Texas Mi rolled N3 yards 111 the final period for the touchdown that. tied Texas C'hristian 7-7 In A bitterly fought Southwest Conference football game today.

Bouncing back front last week's crushing 48-6 defeut by Michigan State to fight furiously every minute. the Aggies came from behind on the flying feel of Connie Magourik, who led the Cadet pay-off charge in the lengthening shadows. LIMITED SEAL Chicago, Oct. 18-Prank Lane. general manager of the Chicago White Sox, today announced the signing of A limited working agreement with the Charleston Senators of the American Association.

MOORHEAD IS STAR AS GEORGIA TECH TOPS AUBURN, 33-0 Scores Twice On Interceplions to Help Yellow Jackets Extend Streak Atlanta, 4 18-Hungry-handed Bob Moorhead, a defensive with an appetite for Auburn ran lack two interceptions for touchdowns as Georgia Tech whipped 11- burn today. 33-0. Started Young Moorhead, a Miami, kid who wont Drake 2 great end. opened the gates for umbeaten Tech with 46-vard runback for a in the second quartor. He practically wrapped up the game in.

the third giltrter with 41-Sard excursion through Auburn land. Nineteen games have passed Tech lost the last time in November. 1950. 10 Alabama. The record is third best in major college football, topped only by the slichtly better strines of Michigan State and MaryThe Southeastern c'onference vic1.010 with 37.000 fans 011 hand, WAS Tech's fifth of the season and as the season enters the second half, Bob.

by Podd's Yellow Jackets are one of the finest targets for the men who pick bowl clubs. Moorhead snagged Dudley Spence's throw on Auburn's 16, twisted around three Auburn men, jerked free of two others and ran over the goal. Pepper conversion, Rodgers giving capped the Tech run a with 7-0 halftime lead. Tech's Bill Tens scored on A wide left end run from the sit in the third period. Three plays later Moorhead scored No.

this one going vards after another interception. The came came pieces in the final quarter with LIFO more Tech scores. L.eon Hardeman went for 1 11 0 bards for one touchdown. Pepper Rodgers. a third string quarterback, passed 28 sards to end Date Davis for the last score.

Score by periods: GA. TECH 0 7 12 11--33 AUBURN 0 0 0 0 Ga. Tech scoring: Touchdowns, Moorhead 2, Teas. Hardenian, Davis. Conversions -Rodgers 3.

Holyoke. Out. -One of the most successful competitive golf seasons for wollen members of the Mount Ton Golf Club was elimaxed tonight by closing banquet at the clubhouse. Mrs. Nina Thompson presided and paid special tribute to Mrs.

Eloise tournament chairman. who was given a rising vote of thanks by the members. Award Miss Helen Sieda was awarded the club championship trophy to feature the presentations. MI's. Eleanor Mur.

phy, who won the runnerup cup, also received the top prize in the season long ringer tournament for her score of Mrs. Coffman won the women's Mrs. Jean Fleury the runnerup. second division titles trophy while The of the holiday tournaments and special events 1'A- cived their prizes at the dinner. Mrs.

Nora Larrow was awarded the trophy donated by Norman Steno. Mrs. Shirley Gaudy was presented Steward's Trophy. Miss Mabel Flynn won the trophy donated hv Ralph Thompson. Miss Sigda won the Treasurer's Cup donated by Walter and Airs.

Murphy was the receinient of the Henri Gingras trophy. MT. TOM WOMEN GOLFERS ENJOY WINDUP BANQUET Successful Season Closes as Trophies Are Presented: Mrs. Thompson Presides DAWSON LEADS TEXAS TO EASY TRIUMPH Austin, Out. 18 Gib Dawson regained his 1931 running form today to lead Texas to a devastating 41-7 victory over Arkansas.

Dawson. a 175-pound senior who the conference in scoring last year. had not crossed the goal season. line in the first four games this He started making up for lost time in a hurry, rocketing through the line and around end for the first three Texas touchdowns, He also hanged his toe into the ball for six straight extra points to finish the day with 24 points. With a field goal and four conversions in previous games Dawson now has rung up 31 points in 5 games.

exactly hail his record for last year. Score by periods: TENAS 14 11 2-44 ARKANSAS 0 0 7 LOSING COACH PRAISES OKLAHOMA MACHINE Lawrence, Oct. 17 (A) There isn't anybody who's going to beat Oklahoma," said Conch Jules Sikes today soon after his Jayhawks pocketed a 42-20 walloping from the highriding Sooners. He paid tribute, in 4 somewhat bleak post-vame dressing room session, to c'harlie Hoag and Jerry Robto K. U.

hacks who tried hard to upset Oklahoma's formidable Big Seven winning streak. The Kansas mentor 11: high praise, 100. for Eddie Crowder. Oklalioma's quarterback whose magic field generalship had the Jayhawks bewildered at several crucial points. Bud Wilkinson.

the Sooner conch who hasn't lost 3 conference hall game went quietly around the Oklahoma. dressing room congratulating his players. The game, he said, was toughtougher than the score indicated. "I think the turning point cane in the third quarter. when Tom Catlin (the Sooners' great center) dropped Jerry Robertson for a Ave-yard loss to break up a Kansas scoring threat," be declared.

COLLEGE CROSS COUNTRY c'ornell 21. Tale 31 New Hampshire 21, Maine 31 Wisconsin Unloads Power On Iowa to Win by 42-13 Badgers Bounce Back Into Big Ten 'Fight With Easy Victory; Schwaiko Kicks Well lowa City, Oct. 18 (AP) -Wisconsin, its pride tortured by Ohio State only last week, turned its cold fury on lowa, 42-13, today to get back in stride in the Big Ten football race. Knocked from the nation's No. 1 ranking and its Rose Bowl hopes jarred by the loss to Ohio, Wisconsin stormed through fumbling lowa team with a smashing offense and a rip-roaring defensive line that held the helpless Hawks to 2 net gain of 23 yards rushing.

At that the Badgers needed a bit of needling to 401 their offense under WAY. The stimulus came from lowa safety Bernie Bennett who returned punt 63 yards for 8 touchdown with 4.63 left in the first period. That sideline spurt jolted Wisconsin into reality and its potent line. led bu ends feral and Don Voss and guard George O' Brien. and 811 alert secondary didn't lot lowa score again until late in the final period.

('atelies Inman'. Par Dan Mo Bride caught Don Inman's pass front the Wisconsin 11 line on the eight and went aver for 11A final score of the game with slightly less than six minutes 10 play. During that long lowa scoring drought the Badgers were busy 28 could be piling 110 points in what must have been 4117 attempt to outdo l'orduc's victory over Iowa last neck. P'urdue 18 the current Big Ten prospect for the Rose Bowl but Wisconsin obviously wants 10 he ready should the Boilermakers falter. Wisconsin scored six touchdowns and showed 110 favoritism 8N to the method.

Three cameon passes and three Calle OU the ground. P'aul Schwaiko. kiching from the 17 yard line. chipped in with a field goal and added three conversions. ea is tho only freshman on the Wisconsin squad.

But the ton kicking exploit the crown of 46.060 48 WAS 3 96-vard punt by Brien. the Badger captain punting for the first time in AL vollegiate 'Phe tremendous kick. rolling 35 yards to idle on lowit 3, W13 the longest in It hat the Big Ton Calls "mindern a Pl since 1939. Dwight Eddelman of Illinois bonted one 8S sards against lowa in 1948. Hav 18 Completions Actually, Dick Crayne of lowa had A 102-yard punt against Indiana in 1031.

Jim Haluska, the sophom*ore Wisconsin quarterback, had a fancy record of 16 completions in 24 attempts for 158 yards. Two of his tosses were good for touchdowns. the going 13 wards 10 Kenton Peters and the second 27 yards to Jerry Witt. The third Badger score through the air WAN a 21-Jard effort from Gust Versetis to Bob Gingrass. Witt went 10 vards and Alan Ameche and Bill Hutchinson three each for the other Wisconsin touchdowns.

Hutchinson Not up his with 54-yard dash. Score at periods: WISCONSIN 7 10 13 12--42 lOW 7 6-13 Wisconsin scoring: touchdownsD'eterS. Witt 2. Ameche. Gingrass.

Hutchinson: conversions--Shwaiko field (placement). lowa storing: tour Bennett. McBride: conversion- -White. UNBEATEN TROJANS IN FIFTH STRAIGHT GRID VICTORY, 28-6 Southern California Overcomes Early Oregon State Lead to Win Portland, Oct. 18 -Unheaten Southern California rolled to its fifth victory of the season today with A 28-6 decision over Oregon State.

Oregon State proved 1111AXpectedly tough in the line, and it WAS the speed of the Southern California backs that brought the victors, They were so much faster than the Staters. however, that it was 110 contest after the first few minutes when Oregon State recovered A Southern California fumble and scored for a brief 6-0 lead. Trojans Take Over Before the first period ended. though. Southern California was out front 14-6.

51-yard play brought the first touchdown. thin the visitors converted an Oregon State fumble into a sorond score, Coach Jess Hill seized the occasion to experiment with his quarterbacks, He used three--Jim Scars, (teorge Bozanic and Charles Ane. proved effective, each guiding the team to at least. one touchdou n. Scars passed 10 two scores, 0110 of them the 51-Jard gain.

which Bozanic caught in a right flat, then cut down the sidelines with a three-man escort. No tackler touched him. 'The other was a 10-yard piss 10 end Jim Miller in the end zone. The victors could not gain through the line consistently until Ane bevame quarterback in the fourth period. A 265-pound player, he storied at tackle.

Once he. switched to quarterback. the backfield simply followed his blocking charges through tackle for a 61-sard drive with AI Carmichael going the last 13 yards to a touchdown. Wisconsin Statistics First downs Tuahing vardasPassing arda 11. 1'A attempted completed Passes intercepted l'un1 Punting average Yards Fumbles Inst penalized 80 Cincinnati.

0. Ken Kaffensberger, 35-year-old left hander, topped the C'incinnati Reds pitching staff in 1932 when he started most games (33); completed the most games (18); had the most victorics (17); 011 the most batters (93); led in shutouts (6): and had the best earned run average Wen the New York Yankee signed a. working agreement with the Birmingham Barons it marked the New Yorker's first tieup with a club in the Southern Association. SCHOOL OF SPORTS SPONSORED BY 'Y' STARTS NEXT WEEK Tcaching of Fundamentals in Eleven Activities Will Be Undertaken Final plans have been drawn up for the First Annual Sports School 10 be conducted at the Springfield V. M.

C. A. starting the week of October 27. 1932, according to Paul Miller, chairman of the Physical Dept. Committee and acting dean of the school.

Expert instructors have been ohtitined for the teaching of fundamentals in eleven activities over 2 period of six weeks with each group mepting once a week. Those completing the courses will be given certifi(aLPS showing that they have increased their skill in the activity during the six week course. Opening Schedule Ill activities have been set 110 with the idea of teaching the fundamentals of the various sports activities conducted at the with the hopes that the more than 330 WA' who have recently joined will learn enough shills in these acrivities to enjoy competing with others. Activities now Set up include weight lifting Un Mondays at 7.30 D. m.

with Bill Brown of Springfield Collese as instructor. Aiso on Mondays there will be a beginners swimming class al 7.15 p. 11. with John Scheehser instructor. On Tuesday nights at 7.00 1).

m. "Whitey" Martowski will teach the fundamentals of handball and at 7.30 p. ml. Walt Lyman will teach wrestling skills for both beginners and advanced. On Wednesdays at 8 p.

m. Peter Tougias will instruct a beginners boxing class and At 8.15 p. 11. Chuck Jones will teach the fundamentals of badminton. Also 011 Wednesdays John Scheehser will teach a course of instruction In advanced swimming al 8.00 p.

m. On Thursday nights at 7.16 p. Al Kallgren. local pro squash player. will teach A.

Course in the fundamentals of squash, while al p. 11. on Thursdays judo will be taugnt with the instructor to be announced later. On Friday nights at 6.45 p. in.

Larry Ellershaw will conduct a. class 111 volleyball techniques and at 8.15 p. m. those who are interested in obcaining their Senior Life Saving Certificates will nicet in the swimming pool with John Scheehser. courses will he open to members without charge providing they registor with Larry Ellershaw, physical director, before Friday, October 24, 1932.

RACING SELECTIONS TOMORROW One Best: Wi-k-OM. Best lone -hot: Best parlay: Tea- -Maher Bright Pass. AT EMPIRE CITY AT JAMAICA (One Host: Whisk-Of) 1. Whi-h-On, Moseld, Heavenly Hash. 2.

Palace- Circles, The Moth, Selectire. 3. Disconsolate. Attentive, Tedlin. 4.

All At Once, Mighty Quest, Sun Rene. A 3. Apple. l'atrol Wagon, Reinforce, Smart 6. Tea- Maker, Squared war, First Glance.

t. Query, Luscious Fruit. Brave Bint. 8. Bright Pa, Chinkapin, Mys.

ters Lutz. AT ROCKINGHAM PARK (One Best: Snorkel) 1. ep Whiz. Liberty Andy. Not lop.

2. Plucks Willie. Jahl. Ruth ('. 3.

Haskell. Coffec- House. He Star. 4. Popujac.

Oxiin. Miss C'oles. Dr. Moore, Hypostyle, Trav. eler.

6. Usual. Onr Challenge, Classy Chance. Snorkel, Reynolds zon. 8.

Rodeo. FlyIng Boots, She's Got It. AT LAUREL (One Best: Sizzle 'Thro) 1. Boss Leaving, Dainger Ring, Scheming World. 2.

Publicity Miss, Barquette, Don Jr. 3. Jan Pecck, Diamond Ned. Wilks Los. 1.

Sane Play, And; I'ride. Rig Bad Wolf. Sizzle Thru. Coma. Muste 6.

March Brat. Do Report. Knights Reward. Boins. Royal Bay Gem.

Wardonna. S. Odds Advance, Barbarcha, Bun. 11 Hug. IT BAT MEADOWS (One Best: l'opie 1.

River Linda; Billy 4 son. Mattart' Buster Brown. 2. Mari's son, Conpin Bonita, 3. Redwood Are, Winged Glory.

Matarrah. 4. trip, Overdone. Consent. 3.

Gos frog Swizzle, Incita. 6. Silver 1n, On The Honr, Jest Patch. 7. Tingling, Jersey Rebel, Caula Look.

N. C'opio H. The Green Lion. Rustaway. 9.

Sea Novice, Burgette. Justa Shower. SPORT PARK (One Bo-1: Poltroon) Roman Vulcan. The Orphan. Rusty

High Flavor. Play Eda, Wood H. 3. Seneca Squaw, Blue Runner, Dink. 1.

Poltroon. Ray Brown. Sister Cora. 3. Mattafor.

Nobility, Ugoh. 6. In Class. Look Here, 'lahama Belle. Manchac.

Prince Abbey, Grand Sunbeam. 8. Urbanite. Blue Bar, Bubble. stream.

9. 0 Give, Madam Jeep, Black Joey. 10. Copper Cup, Staggering In, Froo. Seven clubs in the major leagues drew over one million to their home parks this season.

They' were The White Yankees. Sox, Red Cubs Sox. and Indians. Dodgers. Tigers, Legion Post 441 Scores First John L.

Grid Win Triumphs Over FP Tornadoes, 7-0, in 10-12 Contest; S. E. Merchants Gain First Place in 12-14 Group; Five Games Slated This Afternoon SHEEHEY Western at least those in class sectional crown, will be interested to; made in the plans for the seventh program at Columbus, Ga. For the 1946, the P'eanut Bowl schoolboy Christmas. In a recent conversation the Georgia committee, it was made I SYRACUSE BEATS BUFFALO IN FIRST AHL GAME, 4 TO 1 Hayden Sets Pacc With Two Goals: Horvath.

Tottle Also Register Syracuse. N. Oct. 18 (P)-The I Syracuse Warriors opened their American Hockey League campaign tonight by beating Buffalo. 4-1.

Kenny Hayden led the Syracuse scoring with a pair of goals. Bronco Horvath and Gordon Tottle notched the oth018. Verne Kaiser netted the lone goal for Buffalo. Hayden Starts Scoring Hayden opened the scoring after 42 seconds of play, but Kaiser knotted the count with 25 seconds rethe opening period. was limited to two shots in the first 11 minutes and 11 seconds of the second period.

Horvath scoring on the second shot. Hayden swooped 111 for after 20 seconds had clapsed in the third period and Tottle closed the scoring at 3:19. The lineups: SYRACUSE: coal--Bell: detense--Allen. Gustavsen. Milligan.

Tottle: forwardsPidhirny. Gooden. Horvath. Casanato, Curick. Narduzzi.

itt. Eddolls, Lowe, Jic Neil: de forwards. BUFFALO: defense -LatKaiser, Penuell, Davis, McKay, Young, Rose, McLeod, Pilotte. Referee--Red Dunn; linesmen -Art Simmons and Bart McDonald. Attendance Go.

FIRST -PERIOD-Scoring: SyracuseHarden Gustavsen) Buffal0--Kaiser (Mic Neill, Davis) l'enI alt'es- Kaiser, Burnett 1 Lavitt Horvath 9:14: Tottle. Melay 13:18: Kay Casanalo 17:18. SECOND PERIOD--Scoring: SyracuseHorvath Cavanato 11:11. 'Totile 7:47: McKay 11:: Kaiser 17: THIRD PERIOD: Scoring: SyracuseHayden "Lemieux) Tottle 3:49. Lowe Gustavsen Kaiser McNeill 31c- Nabnev.

11:21. CLEVELAND REGISTERS 5-2. WIN BEFORE 10,751 Cleveland, Oct. 15 Barons opened their home goRtonight with an impressive 6-2 the St. Louis Flyers.

"Welcomed by to crowd witness of an 10.731 Amer- the largest ever ican Hockey League opener herethe Barons hagzed two goals in the first period and added three more in the final session. It was be second victory in two days for the Barons, who opened at Pittsburgh last night with 2. 2-1 victory over the Hornets, Calder Cup champions last season. It WAS the opening gume of the campaign for the Flyers. The first goal was bagged by Vie Lynn and the second by Eddie Olson.

Jackie Gordon. Bob Bailey and Ray Cerosino connected in the third period, building the Barons' advantase to Erie Pogue meshed the Flyers' first goal. and Guyle Fielder got their other point. The lineups: CLEVELAND-goal: Boner: defense: Relale. Williams, Shero.

Chrystal: forwards: Gordon. Lynn, 1 ochy. Bailey. Hildobrand, Nonmor, Kubasek. Olson, Cere-ino.

NT. COCIS Almas: defense: Hrymnak, Lund, Taylor. Forbes, Mcleon. MacNah: Hirsci- forwards: Grady. feld.

Pogue. Boone, Fielder, Raccari, Referee -Morrison: linesmen -Carse and Callaghan. FIRST PERIOD--Scoring: Cleveland, Lynn (Gordon Cleveland. Olon (Nubasek, Ceresino: Penalties--Sonmor Bailey 10:21: Lynn 11:41. SECOND PERIOD--Scoring: Sit.

Louis, Pogue (Hirschfeld) 15:07. Penalties--Bailey 3:19: Lund Chrystal 18:57. THIRD PERIOD--Scoring: Cleveland. Gordon 1:21: (leveland, Bailey (Hildebrand. Cleveland, Ceresino Kubasek.

Olson: 13:65: St. Louis. Fielder (Lund. Stakiewiez, 14:20. P'enalties Sumor 2:20: Ceresino 16:42.

PROVIDENCE REDS WIN, 2 TO 1, OVER Hershey. Oct. 18. (AP) The Providence Rods defeated the HershAy Bears 2-1 in an American Horkey League opener here tonight. Jean Paul Denis.

Providence wingPr. scored early in the first period 011 an blistering shot which rebounded from Gordie Henry's stick and into the net. In the thirt period. Zellio Toppazzini rifled an angle shot from the bourds for goal number two. Midway in the final period.

Bert Bourassa WAS banished from the lineup and the Bears swarmed into Providence territory for a scrinimage that enabled Dune Fisher. a rookie winger. 10 rive Hershey its first goal of the season The linguDs: PROVIDENCE: goal- Bennett: defense.ELAN. Bourassa, Lavell. Bloomer: forwards LA Plante.

Toppazzini, Kapusta. Denis. Powell. Harry Sullivan. Michaluk.

Scherza. defense-. HenBranigan, forwards Nullman. Corroran. Battin.

Martin, Brown George Sullivan. Mister. Brien. Ferguson Referee luci Mclean: -Art Fastacht and Bill Stover. IT.

FIRST i. g- Provil. Denis 1:13. Gladu 3:11: Schertzl Slichaluk SECOND PERIOD: Scoring None. alties-.

Branigan 0:44: Barry Sullivan Lavell 1::: 1:. 'THIRD PERIOD: Scoring--ProvidenceToppazzini (Kapusta) 7:16:. er Bettio) 10:36. Penalties Bourassa 10:24. ISMU ELEVEN TAKES OVER RICE, 21 TO 14 Methodist Houston.

Out. University 18 tonight (P)-Southern added a A human cannonball -Jerry Norton --to its famed old aerial circus and ground out a 21-11 victory over Rice. Gridsters representing American Legion first win in the John L. Sullivan League verdict over Forest Park Tornadoes at Emily a companion match at Blunt Park, the Blunt Elizabeth Trojans, 14-0. Two recordings were with the South End Merchants taking over CANADIENS NOSE OUT BRUINS, 2-1, TO TIE FOR FIRST Third Period Goal by Floyd Curry Gives Montreal Sextet Triumph Montreal.

Oct. 18 (AP) The Montreal Canadiens tied Chicago for first place in the National Hockey League race tonight by beating the Boston Bruins, 2-1. on 3. third period goal by Floyd (Busher) Curry. Hits Goal Post Curry's winning goal came at 6.02 of the last period.

Defenseman Ivan Irwin drove a shot from inside the blue line that went through a swarm of players and hit the goal post. It bounced out in front and Curry rapped it past goalie Jim Henry. of the way and little Gerry McNeil of the way and litlte Gerry McNeil in the Montreal nets saved his mateS time again. particularly in the opening period when Dave ('reighion, Real ('hevrefiels, Leo Labine and Milt Schmidt let loose with goal-lagged shots. The lineups: MONTREAL: goal Mo Nail; defense Bouchard, Johnson, Harvey, Irwin.

St. Laurent. forwards -Reay, Geoffrion, Neger, Lach. Richard, Olmstead. Mosdell.

Curry. Gamble. McCormack. BOSTON: goal- Henry: defense -Laycoe, Quackenhush, Armstrong. Toppazzini, Godfrey: forwards Person.

Labine, Sandford, Slackell, Creighton, McIntyre, Lund. Klukay, Chevrefils. Referee--Gravel: linesmen- Davies and Olinaki. FIRST PERIOD -Scoring: None. Tenalties-Chevrefila Gamble Lach 17:44.

SECOND ON PERIOD--Scoring: Montreal, Geoffrion (Harvey. Olmstead) Hoston, (McIntyre, Schmidt) 13:13. Penalties -diodfrey 1:15: Olmstead MacPherson 14:33. THIRD PERIOD--Scoring: Montreal, Curry 6:12, Penalties -Creighton 1::. Attendance Toronto.

Oct. 18 (P)-Toronto Maple Leafs clicked for three thirdperiod goals within 11 0 minutes tonight to edge New York's hapless Rangers 4-3. in A National Hockey League game. Rapid Firing The Rangers. seeking their first victory of the season.

entered the final period with a 2-1 lead when the Leafs struck to pull the game out of the fire. Sid Smith, Max Bentley and Rudy Migay rifled the puck into the net in rapid fire order. Smith's counter came center Paul Ronty of the Rangers was in the penalty hos. The Hangers took a 1-0 lead in the first. period on A tally by Herb Dickenson.

Rookie Harry Howell increased the Hanger margin to 2-0. netting shortly after the second period opened. Captain Ted Kennedy counted for Toronto before the sesxion ended. Rangy Nick Mickoski banged home New York's final goal during the final four finutes of play. The lineups: TORONTO--Goal, Lumley: defenseThomson.

Horton. Flaman, Boivin. Morrisun: forwards -Kennedy. Smith, Stewart, Meeker. Watson, Hassard, Sloan, Hannigan.

Bentley. Solinger. NEW TORK-Goal, Worley; defense, Stanley. Baller, Ross. Kraftcheck.

Howell; Dickenson. Hergosheimer, Bathgate, Murphy. Slowinski, Stoddard, M'ckoaki. Conacher, Kullman. Referee-Udvari.

Naree. FIRST PERIOD Scoring: New York, Dickenson (Ronty) Penalties--Horton 1:31. Stanley 6:20, Stoddard Thomson 1.: 41. Howell 3:21: Toronto. Kennedy SECOND PERIOD.

New Tort. Boivin) 1:36. 1.14, Lumniey (seived by Solingel) Stewart 3:17. Boller 19.69. THIRD PERIOD Scoring: Toronto, Smith (kennedy.

Horton! Bentley (Meeker Hannigan) Migay (Watson, Boivn) 6:80: New Tork, Mickoski Stanley. Stoddard) 16.33. Penalties -Ronty 3:00, Morrison Attendance 13.126. THREE LATE GOALS BY LEAFS PRODUCE WIN OVER RANGERS Toronto Nets Trio of Markers in Final Period for 4-3 Victory AERIAL DISPLAY WINS FOR GEORGIA, 27 TO 14 Baton Rouge, Oct. 18 (P)- Pass- master Zeke Bratkowski put on dazzling aerial display 1.0 Aip Georgia to a 27-14 victory over Louisiana State University in a wildscoring Southeastern Conference football 2ame tonight.

JOHN L. STANDINGS 10-12 Division 1, Pts 3 Park Tizera .1, 1.4. Post 441 Ruth Elizabeth Trojans Forest Park Tornado 0 3 0 12-14 Division W' S. Turners F. Merchants Ramblers Lireen Devils Blunt l'ark Beara Ruth Elizabeth Holy Name Van Horn Aces 0 11-16 Division WV P1 Little Devi 0 Brightwood Merchants Holy Cross Blackstone AA 0 3 0 The University of Mississippi playits 62nd game in Memphis since 1893 when it played host to Auburn in Crump Stadium on Oct.

4. Eddie Stanky has been with five National League clubs but has never ed for Philadelphia, his home town team. Post 441 registered their (10-12 Division) with a. 7-0 Bill grounds yesterday. In Park Tigers toppled Ruth made in the 12-14 group top post by downing Holy UCLA ELEVEN TOPS STANFORD BY 24-14 AS CAMERON Bruins Rack Up 5th Straight As Acc Back Throws Three TD Passes 1.05 Angeles, Oct.

18 (A)-Paul Cameron threw three touchdown: strikes 10 send tho UCLA football machine smashing through AL rugged road block to the Hose Bowl today with a. 21-11 triumph Over Stanford. lIft Straight Playing before 80,167, 1: crowd of the year out here, Bruins racked U1) their fifth SI at win. It was the first defeat 10r the Indians, who carried the Pacific Coast ('conference hopes in the bowl last year. Coach Hod Sanders' Bruins still hit major obstacles in unbeaten California and Southern California to win the bowl bid.

Cameron, the COLA American candidate, threw two scoring to end the Jones, one for 43 yards. the other for two. and then clinched the final decision with eight -yard tOss 10 halfback Don Stalwick. The six -foot, 185-pound Burbank, Bomber left the game for good after one series in the second half, apparently reinjuring an ankle that had kept him out of action most of fall. this, Stanford struck for the opening.

touchdown 011 a. fantastic pass play that went for 62 yards. Quarterback Bobby Garrett intended it for his right end, John Steinberg, but Steinberg merely tipped it high in the air. fell into the hands of surprised halfback Bill Rogers, standing in the clear. Rogers outraced the Bruin defense 30 yards to the goal line.

Pitching Paul steered the Bruins to the tying store. lle picked up 26 on the first run of the sequence and COLA marched to the Indian $. penalty put the ball back to the 43. but Cameron sent it the full distance to the fleet Jones for the touchdown. Score by periods: LOL 11 3 0-21 STANFORD 0 0-11 UCLA scoring: Touchdowns: Jones 2.

Stalwick. Conversions: Daily 3. Field goal-Dailey. Stanford scoring Touchdowns: Rogers, Mathias. Conversions, Garrett 2.

TOM FOOL TAKES HANDICAP AT JAMAICA York, Oct. 18-Greentree Stable's Tom Fool fought off hard-driving challenge by Battlefield in the final 30 yards today and bare ly poked his nose in front to win the $50.000 added Grey Lag Handicap at Jamaica. With Ted (Slasher) Atkinson in the saddle. Tom Fool, coupled in the betting with One Hitter, broke SPCond but quickly overtonk Golden Gloves. Tom Fool temporarily re linguished the lead after a half mile but regained it in stretch and maintained it 10 the wire, being timed in 1:49 2-5 for a mile and eighth.

Battlefield. who never quit trying. raced on almost even terms until both wire, he Then, and Tom Tom Fool Fool got neared his nose the in front and won by that margin to pay $4.80. 33.00 and $2.10. Battlefield was worth $8.70 and $5.60 for place, finishing a neck ahead of Hampton Stable's Alerted, who paid $1.30 for show.

SICKLE'S IMAGE WINS FEATURE AT GARDEN Caniden. N. Oct. 18 Hartwick'4 Sickle's Image streaked off in the stretch to, win the $10.000 Vineland Handicap Garden State today. The four-year-old filly.

who has traveled from coast 10 roast in her racing campaign. held on to win by three quarters of a length over Walter M. Jeffords' fast closing Kiss Me Kate. Lily White. who races for Airs.

Jeffords. was third. Sickle's Image was well regarded by the crowd of 32.280 and paid $12.00, $3.60 and $1.60. The Jeffords Duo. an entry.

paid $7.60 and $10.80. Jockey Billie Fisk was astride Sickle's Image and the pair covered the mile and a sixteenth in 1:15 3-5. Alfred G. Vanderbilt's favored Next Move wound up sixth, being horses most of the wav and not able to generate any speed under her top weight of 126 pounds. Fort Collins, Out.

18 (AP)re Colorado A. M. celebrated homeday by stomping Montana 11-0 in a coming before 12.000 persons here toSkyline Conference football a game. The Grizzlies penetrated Aggie territors only as dopp As the 41. A Colorado resorve halfback, Chuck Mikkelson.

came into, the in the third period and in fancy runs of 13, 17 and three yards burst over the Montana goal line three time to end the scoring. COLORADO TRIPS MONTANA ELEVEN, 41-0 FAST GOAL SCORED Newcastle, England, Oct. 18-One of the fastest goals of the current British season was scored today by Newcastle United's Chileanborn inside-left. George Robledo, who flashed the ball into the Chariton net 20 seconds after the start of their first division league match. NewI castle- won 3-2.

Name. 27-6, at Emerson Wight while Blunt Park Bears took the measure of Van Horn Aces, 27-0 at Van lorn, Today's State Play will be continued today with five matches listed as follows: (10- 12)-Calhoun Boars (2-0) VS. Steel 0-Masters (3-0) at Van Horn. 1.30; (12-14) Green Devils (2-1) VA. Rambler At (2-0) at Emily Bill, 1.30; Turners (2-0) vs.

Ruth Elizabeth Midgets (1-2) at West 1.30; (14-16) Brightwood Merchants (2-0) Vs. Little Devils (2-0) at Emerson Wight 1. 3 D. mt.) and Blackstones (0-3) VS. Holy Cross (1-2) at Forest Park.

Pee Wee Jones of Post 411. wh had several long runs to his credit. set 11p a pass play 10 Jimmy Boland, the latter running 35 sards for a TO over the Forest Park Tornadoes. Jimmy Murphy ran off tackle for point. The Forest Park lady threatened to score on nulnerous o- casions but Johnny Considine and Jue Kalesnik of the Legion were able to break 1 many plays in the Tornado backfield.

A neat pass rifled by Nusch Rainey 10 Dave Keany in the first period set up A TI play for Blunt Park Tigers, Keany prancing 50 yards to score. The extra point was rushed by Rainey. In the third quarter Skippy Thompson circled left end and tallied for d. six- pointer. He also rushed for the conversion.

Al McGhee and Rob Gibbons were standouts in the line for the Tigers. The South End Merchants took possession of first place in the 12- 14 division with 8 27-6 win over Holy Name. Bobby Siciliano raced 40 yards on an off tackle play to score a first period touchdown. Frank GulJuni caught a pass for the conversion. Another opening period TD was accounted for by Bill Shea of Holy Name, Bill scooting away on a 36- yard run.

Cavalon Intercepts Toe Pepe caught pass on the 37-yard line and went the rost al the way for a Merchant tally. GulTuni failed in trying for the extra point. In the third period Bob tavalon intercepted A pass and scored, Don Zucco catching Dds5 for the extra point. Gulluni tallied the last six-pointer for the Merchants by running eight vards on an off tackle play. Joy Seibelli l'An through tackle for the extra marker.

In helping Blunt Park Bears down Van Horn Aver. 27-0. Inky Engelman trotted 40 yards on reverse play to tally the first TD which came about in the third period. Clark Rainey converted. Don 1p- mire pulled a 25-yard quarterback sneak for the second six-pointer with Rainey again converting successfully.

A fourth period TD was COntributed by Danny Ballardine who scooted 10 yards off tackle to reach pay dirt. Lemire converted. Van Horn took to the air in the closing minutes and Don Lemire intercepted one of the passes and raced 50 yards to score. The lineups: LEGION POST 441 Ends- Cincotti, Dooley, Calchala, Baldyga Phillips, Shea Guards- Consindine. Manfreddi.

Murray Center- Reardon, Dupont, Martinello Backs- Boland. Jones, Murphy, Smith, Gavoni FOREST PARK TORNADOES Ends. Magnacca. Sugarnian Tackles--Corner, Volntin Guards- Jones Raschilla Barks--Shpa, Fisher, Tatro, Paulant, Sister POST 411 7 0 0-T Soland; PAT -Murphy. Referee C.

Santaniello; U--J. niello: T-1 8-min. periods. BLUNT PARK TIGERS Ends--Wilson. Williams.

Tucker, Carey Tackles--Stone, Baxter, Develin, Collier, Craten Mothpe. Lotta, Ingram mouth, Moffett Backs---Rainey, Keanes, Thompson, cissano, Lacrok. Reilley. Marlow, Quinn 1:. TROJANS Bracte TackleR--Louis, Lanzillo, Clark.

Speurer Guards Morrison, Louis, Spencor Center- Kingston Racks--Hall. Mehilia, Wilson, Bellops, Cato B. t'. TIGERS 7 0 07 0--14 TD--Keany. Thompson: PAT- -Thompson llainey.

1) Berard: Head linesman -Serafino: 8-min. periods. 5. H. MERCHANTS J.

Pepe, Moore. Da son Tackles- Dogestino, Salvan, Farmesa, Tosont Guards -Algano, Russo, Bonicanti, renin ('entersBacks--Scibelli. perduert. Zucco. Seicha no, Gullini, I.

l'epe, O'Neil HOLY NAME Latel. Berry, Rushlo Tackles LA Bombard Guards- Connery, Burns, F. Lanzone Centers -Aubin Backs Shea, ieary, Fitzpatrick, Curtosis, Stallicci S. M. MERCHANTS 7 6 0 14-27 HOLY NAME 1 6 Pope, Gullin.

Cavalon, Shea: tulhni, Zurco, Scibelli, Referee-Krough; 1-. Quimette; Head linesman Sweeney: T-12-min. periods, BLUNT PARK BEARS Ends- Surpay Guards--B. Nash, Capello, Mitchell Nash Jarques Backs- Rainey. Lemire, Kingaley, Gihbons, Melcher, Ballardini VAN HORN ACHE Ends- Maloney, Nicoli Tackles Richmond.

Belanger, Manning Guards -Shaughnessy, Young. Centers- Martin, Cullen Breauli, Gallagher, Scehan, Walsh BLUNT PARK 0 0 14 13- 27 TI- Engelman. Ballardini: Referee--Gatsins: C- Head linesPAT Lemire. man Moriarty: T-12-min. periods.

Jowa IT JOHN L. SCHEDULE TODAY 10-1: Calhoun Bear- 15. Steer-0-Master at VaR Hurn, 1.30. Officials, Brown And Beard 1-11 1A-4 tireen Devils v. Ramblers AA at Emily Bill.

1.30. Officials, Gingras, OnimettA and Barber Turners Kuth Elizabeth Widgets at West 1.30. Offirials, Charlos, Liberty and Serafino 11-16 (124s Bright nom Merchants Devils at Emerson Wight, p. m. Officials, Carra, Krough, Hitchens and Va Black-tont.

Holy H1 F'oret Park, p. 01. Officials. lodz, Brucatti, Champagne and Guidi.

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