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   Troy Record, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1959, Troy, New York                              THE TROY RECORD, MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER I, H Uatiletf UterutUul The PhiUdelphlm by Tommy {our touchdowns, breezer to 49-21 victory over the York Giants yecterdiy to tig- nal one of the greatest wive of utMeU IB National Football hWory. McDonald Mored once on an Si-yard punt return aad caught three teocinj paates as Klftet, five-point underdoes, i.tn up the highest point total Iniinst New York when the Cleveland Browns whipped the Glanti, K-14. In other Sunday the Washington Redakihc (7V4- point underdogs) turned back the Pittsburgh Steelen, 23-17; the Browns (S-'point underdogs) rolled to a 34-7 triumph over the Chicago Cardinals, and the Saa rrtadKo tttn undcrtop) waltoped taw Los Angtles .Bams, 344. The form stuod lip wily ia one when the Bay one-point gained easy victory over the Detroit Lions. la Saturday game, (he Oieago Bean laughed at the IK-point odds' quoted against them in rocking Hie de- fending. champion Baltimore Colls, 26-21. Green Bay and Saa Francisco, lied for first place In the .West- ern division with 2-0 records, now are the only unbeaten teams after two weeks of ac- tion. All six teams in the East- ern Division have 1-1 records. The playing in 83- degree heat in Philadelphia, got off winging in the first quarter on a 33-yard pass from Norm Van Brocklin to McDonald and the numbed Giants never caught up. Van Brocklin connected again oh a 55-yard aerial to Me- Linton SpUh Troy, 20-7 Burg Trims Vliet, 20-7, In CD Lansingborg, hailed as (he team most anyone to depose Hudson u Capital District League football champion, overcame its firit CD obstacle Saturday with a 20-7 last quec- ter succeu over Watervliet on the winners' jrid iron. The Knights, who had used a Watervliet error to set up their first touchdown in the tmd period, capitalized on two more enemy mia cues for a pair of fourth-quarter TDs that snapped a 7-7 tie. Burg had to (ravel qnly 10 yards for its first score, as half- back Willie (The Eel) Krum- anocker recovered a Vliet fum- ble to set up a sequence on which Allen McCauley scored from the one. John Simmons' plunge added the conversion. Two by Covert John Covert tallied both of See 'Miracle9 On Hill RPI Rips Hamilton On Grid, 26-7 Deuel Captures Pin Match Lead Burg's closing touchdowns, cracking over from seven yards out after a bad center by Vliet in punt formation had given the Knights posies si on at the 17; and then from a half-foot away after LHS safety man Mike Wood intercepted a pass at the Cannoneers' 28. Wafervliet fashioned its 1 Deurl 2 Garrlly J Dwytr Nolln ft Htlman 6 7 Patnwr S Ino 9 MarcKco 10 11 rxsco 12 13 Bytn II ProHer 15 Johnson IA Hemingway 17 Zimpitr IS Spl.k 19 Canfkld V, Kizsnjlan 21 stowaller 22 MeCarUly 23 Thonu 25 Smith 24 Buda' 27 rinnlsan Jr. 25 29 Hoffman 30 Finnlsan Er. touchdown, in the third quarter, on a 46-yard pass play, from fullback John Hubicki to 6-foot-5 end Chet Rysedorph, the All- Scholastic basketball player. An- other aerial, from quarterback John Pastore lo 6-fool-3 end Johnny Walko, added the seventh point for a 7-7 dead- lock. The outcome of this opening Capital District League test for both clubs leaves Burg 2-0 over all and Vliet 0-2. First Points by LInton Linton, scoring for the first lime in three games this sea- son, spil'led Troy, 20-7, in a Class A League encounter at Scheneclady with a pair of f o u r t h-quarler touchdowns. Five-yard plunges by fullback Jerry Apply and halfback Joe Crow accounted for the Blue Devils' pull-away TDs. Halfback Nelson Newsome ran the last six yards ol a 38- yard move for Troy's touchdown in the second quarter. Freshman fullback Ed Martin bucked for the extra point. Troy, 0-1 in the Class A Lea- gue, dropped its second deci- sion against one tie and no vie- m. torics. Linton 1-1 in the circuit, is-1-2 over all. Shaker Impressive Shaker gave evidence of be- ing the best the general- ly strong and well balanced Suburban Council by ripping Bethlehem, 25-6 at Deltnar in a battle that was scoreless at half- lime. The Blue Bisons scored two touchdowns in the third quarter, on runs of 26 yards by halfback Jack Kelsey and 57.by fullback Gary Greenhouse; and two in the fourth on Tom Moullhrop's 54-yarder and Greenhouse's nine fJJJ yard slam. Columbia Adds Third Columbia matched Shaker's 3-0 Suburban Council standing and, like the Blue Bisons, con- tinued unbeaten by Irouncing Guilder-land, 27-0, at EastGrenc- bush. The Blue Devils Iraveled the ail- ways for all four touch downs, two of them coming on wingback Bob Teliska's losses to end Ross Bamtord. Tcliska connected for Bamtord for 22 yards in the first period and 2f in the second. Res.e'rVes formed the TD combinations (or the other touchdowns as Joe Hab binger reached Dick Williams in lhe end zone from thirly yards out in lhe second quarter and Bill Cassidy pitched to Bil Homer for a 19-yard pickup in the fourth. Colonic Beaten Niskayuna, slraightpning its Suburban Council standing I one win, one loss and one tie dealt 1958 co-champion Colo nie a 13-0 setback. The visiting Garnet Raiders dropped their With 16 games of the 24-game elimination round in The Record Newspapers BPAA Match Game Tournament at Latham Bowl, Joe Deuel of Saraloga Bowl has taken Ihe lead after being second a week ago to Phil Palmer of Mechanicville. Deue Has to total, pinnage of Moving into second place after being sixth last week, is Tom Garrity of Cohoes Arena ____........._ ___ from 13th is.Chuck Green enth a In I Nolin i of In third place ck Dwyer of Bowling with He was sev-week ago. fourth spot comes Bill of Cohoes Arena, who t art yeatfrtSay's a big jump with In fifth Mike Hetman fr Recreation with fourth a week ago. dropped down to s and 16 -game tM tan Colony 3.0M 3.010 3.014 3.010 2.WW 2.937 rsio 2.902 2.SI1 2.Ml 2.SIJ 2.Ml 2.511 2.715 2.733 2.673 192 217 213 178 203 212 176 227 170 201 207 136 191 170 290 1W 1S1 1U 179 167 213 212 317 1S9 173 !.V> 115 181 ISO 203 165 150 150 145 110 212 173 158 1SS 202 201 1W 253 no 147 180 119 ISft 195 172 201 IU U1 210 191 188 119 160 1M 170 ISO 183 15S 150 115 201 178 159 170 137 213 1M 116 213 213 I SB 1S1 152, 222 173 165 205 179 157 1J3 ISO ISA 171 217 210 212 198 182 155 172 103 1S9 1ST 145 162 1J7 199 211 191 210 202 201 223 173 2M IM 162 177 167 179 119 117 181 211 129 1SS IS7 173 1S1 192 1.600 1.533 1.S63 1.166 1.050 1.367 1.451 1.IS2 1.537 1.531 1.611 1.107 1.498 1.456 1.448 1.113 1.310 1.37S Today's Aqueduct Entries Kavst I 3 JTS. A UP, 6 Draga III. aRangy 114. Brlghl 111. Country Air lit, tFoxy Chatham 111. Llllth 117, CounlMS Marcy xHpap 0' WlshJnir Elliot ta Gem til. Courlly 111, Parlj- Hi. xBalon" Bleu 109, Loup Saxon 111. 2ntl cl., 3 yr. olds. I. An Example 110. Stregiru K.DK 113, >ry Hour 113. Winsome Wayi 110, Crompton lift. xEl Choclo 111. MlJte'J Image 113. Ftlte 110, Run Bully lift. 108, Cralty Count 113, 110, Funny 110, Star-110, Cry No More MO, Doc- lor Blacker 113, Lost Jewel 113, Reyn- boume 116. 3 yri. up. about 3i ml., Prtnct N'am 151, Walermounl 150. Square Circle 137, aCloanroughan 151. Le Blu.zaid 111. aHindrance 153. Rotal 1M. M. C. Walsh enlry. cl., 3 yet. k. up. ft f. Miss Murloes tlS. til, La Compurs.La 112, Love Drop 116, Parli Picnic Full 0' 115, Xhonora I cl.. 3 JTS. A up. 6 f, Fabulous Fox MS. Klnfi'a Castle 116 xDeadeyc Dick 1M, Qudel 113. xVet's Boy 110, Sid'a Gambol lit, Inheren tlf 2 yr. olds, 1 mi Raceway Entries second Council showings. outing in two Quarterback Bob Gibson cap- ped a seventy-yard march with a three-yard crack for the Sil- ver. Warriors' first louchdown, in the opening passed 33 yards Janaitis for the next frame. period, and to end Clayt other in the Trol. 2 yr. olrtj. 1 mfle. aTinrtf onp. Onward Diamond. aAlways cwrell. CharlEe'A Comet. Shartyrta' Mate. Rimnymecle LUly. Kathy "eareiss Demon, Toha Worthy, Ha ing. Lynaufih Stable entry. 1 mile. 5500. Denny ProZtssor Pick. Counse! Wyi HI Lo's Gall. Mr. F. G.. Lcjon, Ben, let Hanover. Broadcaster. Also (116 le: Daizlewyn. 1 mile. 1500. Runnyme Belly, Danny Harvey. May Abbe, Guy Son. Vagrancy. Cayle Lawrence. I.u AdlM, .Sulan Egan, Also Ros bud Belle. 1 mile. SSno. BudrKi Dottle. Vlckl VHart. Flashy Sta Slonty Princess Pence. Betty Ho] Jolle. Eric's Margie. Atso eliEib OazitiWyn. 1 mile. Sl.fiOO. Larl Hanover. Elliot B.. Belter Stilt. M Thelma Tarr. Ultra Wj Pollv W.. Sunny III Sabra. Ha over. Margaret Gallon. 1 mile, Happy Ta Fancy Tuns. Bobble Jane. Admt Spur. Fins Yarn, Megas Adam. The Bral. M T. Mil. Also eligible: W. G. -Trot. I mile. J500. Al Woortle. 'layalonR, Our Excellency. Hanover "ic. Vallwit Hanover. Gemma Pick. Avslon Millie, Janle Key. Also eligible: Belly 1 mile. SMO. Btv HI -azcwell. Little Giles. Big Leaguer. Runnymede Colleen. Margy S.. Vicky Dancing Larty. Atso eligi- ble: Andy Kimo. 1 mile. S500. Success Ma- jor. Smith Crers. Runnyraedt Lux. Win- rtale Bonnie Boy. Butch H. Kyer. An- drew's Girl. rhucVery Comers. A. C. volo. A19O ellgi'nle: Runnymedl Steve. Medal IU. Royal Way 12O. aFab- 5 Jack 120, Jimmy Mee Boy 120. Hunan 120, Grey EaEte in. Mad unl 120, Hoe Donn 120. Encanto 12y. nk 120. Burnl CLover 120, Howard G. Sutler 117. Classic 114, aRoyal usiel 111. s. Kroese entry. Slakes. IW.OOO adtted. yr olds. t. Fleet Greek HI. alpur 117. VHal Force 121, Catalan 4, Four Lane 117, Elbuyra 114, War- re U7. Chief 114. Bourbon U4, Ira Eaker L14. Tomplon nncls S. 114, Greek Page Y2o, Great 111. Bally Acne 121. SI.700, alws., 3 yr. olds A up. ml. Mlddtetown' 120. aMont Blanc 5. Ivory Temple 114. Star 117. espoken US. aMId Ace 118, counler- eck 112. Col. Chuck 115. Hall To ftee 118, Guerdon 117, Knighl 0' Erin S. Stable-Mrs. K. Robblns ntry. cl.. 3 yr. olds up. ml. Petite Itenee 109. Transact .6, Some Tune 114. Darling 109, Vater-Sparrow 109, Dectmeron 111. tna Jo 114. June W Ml. 111, arftway Hills 120, xBlue. Fib U2. -S Ibl. AA.C. Twenty-five hundred (tartled aru Siturdiy watched a "mir-[ acle" happen on the Hill. Rent- Poly, outranked, outnum- >ered and outpaued, >nd oulclassed a Hamilton Col- football team for the first time since 1MO, 26-7. The Hamilton Continentals ar- ived on '86 Field 36 strong, resh from lhe only undefealed ieuon in their history, and with the 1959 experience of having played good though losing fame with the powerhouse Kings Point Merchant Marine Academy under their belts.. RPI Coach Ed Hoffman led a squad of 25 men onto the field. Eight ecu of Hoffman's charges were sophomores. Hamilton had 16 upperclassmen and eight letter men in uniform. But the Engineers, punished in their opener a NorlhReld, Vt., a week ago, game which they dropped l  promptly launched h1 mates on a 67-yard touchdow march. Sending soph Joe Ti rello and junior Steven Hor knifing past Hamilton's big b'u slow tackles. Lee realized a firs down to the RPI 44. He the hit sophomore end Ron Glea man for a first on Hamilton 4 Horn and Torello picked up Ihird first on the 34, and one play later senior end John Pucketl got behind the middle of the Hamilton secondary and grabbed a Wilcox pass on the 19. He made it to the two, be- fore being caught from behind by Paul Williams. Horn rammed over left guard to the two-foot line and Wilcox followed with a sneak for the score. But soph end Dick Lund- gren's placement try for the point was high and and a strong cross-field wind blew it Donald in the second period MM) the quarterback scored on a one-yard the third period.' Jim Brown almost an NKL record as he carried ball 37 limes for 147 yard. In pacing Cleveland to its victory over the Cardinals. Brown, who scored a pair of n line plunges, wound up orur ;o carries short of the :cord of 39 set by Harry an of the Giants in 1934.: Quarterback Lamar McHat issed four touchdown ncluding a pair to end Mas' cGee, as the Packers continued; leir remarkable play under ew Coach Vince ary Knafek and Don Me Jlheiir' y latched on lo McHan's othar coring aerials. The Redskins, humiliated by he Cardinals (49-21) last week, ooked like an entirely different cam against the Steelers. San Jaker booted three field n the first half and then Ralplj: Guglielmi hurled two scoring asses in the third period--io nap Pittsburgh's eight-game un- eaten streak. The Rams suffered their first ihutout in 115 games datinj back to 1949 in bowling to ,9ers. J. D. Smith scored or San Francisco, which out gained its rivals in rushing by huge margin (235-87 yards) and also bottled up the passing attack. THE ENGINEERS halfback Bob Kiefer, drives to the Hamilton College eight-yard line in third quarter of the Engineers' 26-7 upset of the Continentals at '86 Field Saturday. Three plays later quarterback Lee Wilcox tossed to halfback Sieve Horn for five yards and RPl's fourth louchdown. This marked lhe first time the' Engineers had scored four TDs in one game since 1956. Hamiilton's Deming Payne, moves in to stop Kiefer, after diving Jack Zeis, slows him down. (Photo by Bernstein) RPI Runners Blanked By IVermont POWERFUL NEW PLUNGER CLEMS CLOCOEDTCHLETS In a Poly Booters Defeat Cortland State, 3-1 Rensselacr Poly's soccer team cleared its first hurdle on Saturday. The Engineers went to a 1-0 and never relinquished the bulge, second quarter before the visi- Icad in the first minutes scoring once more in the tors .could'find the range, and dropping in late in the third period. Whitey Stephens, junior, just to the left of the uprights. Hamilton Scores One exchange of punts after the ensuing kickoff Hamilton started to operate from the RPI 31. A two-yard running play was followed by a long cross-field p-ss from Qqarter- back Dick Blessing well hind the 29 to halfback be- and Westervelt Wins Finale At Lebanon Howie Westervelt captured lie 35-lap slock car feature as ,ebanon Valley Speedway loseci its season Saturday night The Ravena driver's victory aps a Lebanon Valley paign in which he won the spring, mid-season, fall anc 'our-state championships. Trailing Weslervell Saturday night were Stretch Van Sleen- burg of Saijgerties, Joe Messina of Albany, Chuck Irving of New Baltimore and Boh Schroiner of Poestenkill in that order. Heal winners were Clyde Smith of Kingston, John Herron of Poughkecpsie and Van Steen- burg. Two consolations were run, with Ihe victories going to George'Herron of Poughkcepsie and Doug Garrison of Hudson. somelimes-quarlcrback Doming Payne on the 10. Payne scored unmolested. The Hamilton point kick by Coach Marty McDonagh's 1959.lhe Path to a 'bid to fhe NCAA playoffs in November, by edition of what used to be RPl's Corlland Slate 34 in the RPI Field House field opener, strongest fall sports team, lhe cross country club, opened on a sour note between halfs of the RPI-Hamilton football game Saturday. A big faolball crowd saw the Engineer thinclads fin- ish way out of the money in dropping a 15-40 shutout to the defending New England cham- pion Vermont harriers. Vermont senior Fred Kol- strom came with .three seconds of the record for the hilly m-ile 'Rensselacr course. Kol- strom won in 24 minutes, 42 seconds. He was followed bj teamrrates Norm Richards, Howie Cults, and Co-Captain Noel good, hiking the Turner was Continentals Dan Mosrnan, .and roughs in order. Dave Bur- Burroughs' nto a lead they never expected o see fade for good with three minutes lo go in the half. RPI took the next kickoff and marched from its own 40 to the Hamilton 19 before being stymied in two minutes of the period. For the next six minutes the ball ex- changed hands with Blessing routinely, but finding many holes in fhe Renssclaer pass de- fense, only to ends unable to aerials. also hold find onto clocking was a full two minutes and 26 seconds off (he pace but 37 seconds better than thai of RPI leader Roy Warner. McDonagh, who is 72, ran IVz miles with his team. But his boys, mostly sophomores, did not have Ihe experience of Ihe mentor. Vermont is an all-sen- ior club. The summaries: 1 Kolatrom. Vermont. 2 Richards. Vermont. 3 Vermont. t Mosrnan. Vermont, S Burroughs Vermont. fi Warner. RPI. 7 Chesney. Vermont, S Zliumeiater, HPI. fl EcheHJn. HIT. 10 Ireland, RPI Fumble Costly Driver Wally Post, injured a week ago Saturday night a Lebanon Valley, is at St. Fran cis Hospital, Hartford, Conn, where he is reported responding well but may yet rcquir surgery for a blood clot on th brain. With seven minutes to go in lie halt Horn punted from his wn 10 to Steve Holden on the familton 45. The ball went {trough Holden's hands and vound up under RPI's Gerry Cote on the Hamilton 41. Three later junior halfback Bob Gefcr, in his first heavy duty since '58, carried over right tackle for 11 yards and a first on the Hamilton 19. A pass from Horn to junior fullback Paul Venti gained another first on the 13. Kiefer carried to the five and then to the three, and Horn scored going off right tackle. Again l.undgrcn's kick sailed wide to the left, but fhe out- come had been settled. RPI did just about every- Only twice did Blessing fine receivers really open. Most o the time Wilcox and Vcnti were breaking up the Hamilton pass ing atfack in workman-lik fashion. And every back HofI man sent in, senior fullbac John Parrv, junior halfbac Leon Janowski, and sophs Ra Piantino, Gary Peterson, Harry Wade, was moving ball well. Another TD For RPI Three minutes into the ond half Kiefer returned a! Hamilton punt from his own 49 to the visitors' 39. Seven plays later Wilcox passed to sc emerged as the Trojans' offen- sive pacesetter, boating'home a pair of goals. The Engineer at- tack featured some fine passing and meshed well together. Hec- tor Leal, a spunky junior-inside- left, displayed'his amazing foot-! finesse. His Bob Cousy-likc play harassed the visiting Teachers and thrilled 'the partisan RPI Good Defense Defensively, also, :Renssclaer Cortland, with co-cap- ains Ziggy Bauer and Chuck ioffmann, and John Pryde uarding goalcr Harry Russell his soccer debut.' It was Stephens' boot, on a ass from Lief that ushed RPI in al of le first stanza. Stephens hit gain at of the following eriod, when Mele Dinccr ccn- cred the ball from deep to the eft of Cortland's goal. White> ook the pass and hit the righi corner, past the outslretchec arms of Stale goalie Ken Peter sen. Cortland Closes Gap Cortland closed the gap lo 2 1 at with Jim Button in the Engineer goal, Spelling Rus- sell who was injured several plays earlier, Chris Sweeney put Ihe point away for Corlland, picking off the top of the Rens- sclaer nets. A fast-break by Leal se'l up Dick Gonzales lor lhe Trojans' third goal al of lhe Ihird quarter. Gonzales culminated the drive by picking the righ side of the Corllanct nels from 10 yards out The victory placed Itensse lacr's count at 1-0, and evene Cortland's mark at 1-1. The Engineers host Alban Slate- at 4 p.m. Wednesday a the Field House field. Lineups: Hutton McManur' -Tlllana Score by periods: Cortlanrt First period: CTitland Second period: R--Slephtns (nincer :17; "him period: (L TJepi. Vie Moffa Eljenheln Dre Fairb Zo NEVER AGAIN that side when your totlet overflows TOILAFLEX Toilet Plunger Ordinary plungers just don't properly. They permit air and water to splash back. you not only have a mess, but yvui lose the very pressure you need clear the obstruction! With expressly de- signed for toilets, no air or water can escape. The full pressure through the clogging mau swishes it down. Can't miss! DMitta lilt cup, Tipnd Ml jiwi Dniawd Ikx Ciiten tfttit e f have a Toilaftex in your fully AT MOST HARDWARE STOfttS CYO Opens On Grid St. Augustine's blanked SI. Mary's of Waterford 13-0, Sa- cred Heart of Troy thing fight in the second half. Saturday's College Football Scholastic Football Yesterday O8A 32, Cardinal McCloakey 0. Watervllel 7. Linton 20. Troy 7. Shaker 25. Bethlehem fl. Columbia 27. GullderlantJ 0. Nlikayuna 13. -Colonle 0. Bchalmonl 13. Mohorusen 7. Albanj- Academy 26. Schoharte 0. Philip Schuyler 3S. Draper Mont Pleasant IS. GlorersvHle 0. Ballston II. 7. t-nt Mills 27. Mechamcvllle 11. jibtldpe 16. Whitehall 0. MAfy-c (G.F.> Granvllle 20. 14. Potuh Falll St. Peter's 13. Ktilwater o. Fott Edward Salem 1 Port Ann HarttoM 6. Schujlervllle 7. Warmiaburg BUSINESSMEN READ THIS! Air Conditioned Office Spoce is available in the new, moin- niotri business center ot Lothdm Cbmers, convenient located to fhe.entire Tri-City Area. Modern, attractive suites Ample free parkins. ST 3-lcasman for eight. Wilcox first at then rolled ATTENTION, MEN! Ages 17 to 45, You Con Train For Trouble Shooting ON JET-GAS TURBINE AMD TURBO-PROP ENGINES TRAINED MEN MAY EARN AS MUCH AS (OR MORE) No need to quit your present job till you ore trained to advance with jet. Universal JET ENGINE TRAINING Box 255, Troy Record Co. Nome_________________Agc Street City By THE ASSOCIATED PUCSS EAST RPI Hamilton T. Amhersl 59. Union 0. SyracuM 29. MaryfMid 0. PrfflCfton 27. Columbia, ft. Pewi 13. Dartmouth 0. Pill 76. UUCLA 21. Cornell 13. 6. Yatt 17. Bcown 0. Holy Cross Villa nova n. Finn State COlgati 20. Rytgtra 20. Connecticut 8- Wtittrn MMT.and It. Finn M tary 7. Spnnsrielrl S. Virginia Union 70, Howard 0. Scranion 28. Ttmplt 12. Bloomsburg (Pa.) 12, (Pa.) ft. DtUwfcre 42. U. Clsrton (Pa.) 10, Sllnptry 6. Trenton 31. Lincoln 0. Si. 9, Army "B" 0. Wagner. 27. S. Grove City Miriella AltiHghl IS. VaHey 0. Lycomlng 10. Ainetican Intl. P. Buffalo CortlaticJ 2. Rochuter 34. Hobart 7. Harvard 20. Buckntll tufli 2S. Balra 12. Bowdotn 22. WMltyan 20. Mftme 52. Verm on I. H. Colby 42 Wmiami U. Chejrnty 12. MontcUlr T. Lock Haven Ca-lHomla (O.) 0. JunlatA. (Pa.) 12. 0. lAfayttle 18. XMdlebury I ft, Ttch 9. Niw Hampshire li. RJKxIr IiCand 0 Southtrrt (formerly Haven Tchrs.) 38. 12 SasquehaiiTia 13. Urnlnui 0. x Moravian Wllki HtlKrcx-lltl (Pa.) Kudtowtt IS. HopVtnt 4S, FrankUn 1( d. Iwi MrCHjdAurt Quon5tt Polnl 20, Malnt 0. Ithaca 31. BrtKkpon B. SOUTH State 12, Baylor 0. MLisiMtppI t.l. MrrnphlF 0. Auburn 35. Hardia-Siinmons 12. CfUdel 13. Davidson 7. Virginia. Ttch 20. tvmiam and Mary m Gtorsla Tech 16. riex.'nn 6. North Carolina 20. Norih Carolina StMe 12. 24. Rice 7. South Carolina. 30. Georcia 11. Tenneaaee 22. Mlaalsiippl State K. Miami IFla.> 7. Florida stale Presbytertan 27. Wo (lord 31. Catawba 7. Centre 23. MaryvHIc (Ttnn.) 6. Lenolie Rhynt 23. II. Kmory-Htnry IS. Carron Newman 8 western Carolina S." C. Fmilh ftt. Paiil'-i 0. Texas 7, Miss. Southern 3. JackMTivUte (AID 13. Kail Tenn. 0 6. Wake Forest 0. 7. Vanderbilt 7. Apptachlsn 19. Eton S. VLrtrlnCa Kllltary U. Richmond 1 Louisiana Tech.29. 0. to hia left and went to the one- foot slripe. On the next play the quarterback kept again through the middle lor a TD. Hamilton threatened in the final quarter, but RPI threw up a four-play st.nd at its four and ended the game on the march again. The Engineers moved 284 yards in all, 193 on the ground and 91 on seven completed IWilcox passes. Hamilton, good If or 147 yards passing could OUahoma 42. Colorado n. MichlEiD 52. (W Va.) 0. 33, Kalatna.yx> 13. 27. lUinoli WeJlfysn 2t, Lake Forreil 4 Curleton 14. Knox 7. VMicaton S3, ELmhuril 0. washinpor. (St. 17, wibash, manage just 45 running against WfAtern Rfsrrve IS, Thltl 7. lhe TUgged RCnSSCUCT forward Missouri 20. Putjfturs   BiilUr 20 Joseph's rind.l 7, Stale 23. DePauw 20. FranVlin 30. EarUum n. Ancttrron A3. Taylor U. 36. Westmar ft. Kttdtlbtre 21. S. N'orthtTti 12. Flndlay 22. Ohio N Mlchlcan Tech 2fi. Musk.nitum Denlaon 7. Hope 13. Kvansvllle 7. 3. Toledo Baldwin Wallace 2rt- South Dakota 31. North 14. H. Mon mouth 8. H 39. CIMre 7. Kichlgin atitt 31 Mrchiian 8. 20, Army 11. II, Iowa Stite 0. Capitol 40. Hlrmm o. XOUlo) M. 7. Woofter 15. Mount UnVon 6. John CarnJll Buhany (W. Vs.l 0. Obtniri 2i, J. Western IlUnoii 2K. Central Michigan 20. Ohio University 48, Kent Slate 0. Purdue 2S. Xotrt DMTIC NorthwesUm U. luurs .0. Kansaj 28, Boston Unlvtisity 7. Wlsronsin MaKjutlte Oklahoma EMvte 21. Minnesota 21. Indiana II. 7, Oitfen H (i) Thon-hlll. TACKLE Downey. TuEri GUARD Charvala. Schneider. HimHJor.. Myers. CENTER QUARTERBACK HALFBACK HoMrn. Houston 13, Cincinnati 12. Tech S. Tulss 7. Alt Forte 27. Trinity 6. North TexAS 2E, 6. Lxmar Tech B. ChrUUdn 7. Howard Paynt AA1 0. New Mexico If. W.estern I KenderB6n S. College: of 0. A Mr on a 18. Idaho U. Arizona. Stale Univ. Montana SUU FAR WEST Montana 12. Btlplmm Younc 0. Oolo. State Univenttr "Denver 0. 32. WMUrn (Colo.J Stile j Calir. Poly U. San DifgO .51 a U ENO Pucriett. Tomsho. man. bunrjpren. Schwck. TACKLE Kuuu. Bachlnsfcy. GUARD Notnlan, Cols. St.cva.let. CENTER Corliss: QUARTERBACK Wilcox. HALFBACK Horn. Torelld. 1'ian- 21. Cai, Weittm Univ. 16. Ctnuil Wath. II, Puiret Sound 13, K' Ventl. Parry, SCORE BV PERIODS Hamilton 7 f> o Reruselner SCORI.Np: (Ri Wilcox. i. run. Kicfc (Ht Payne; (rom Turntr. kicK. Horn, 3. run. Kiev Wikox, i. mn. Paw (Rt Horn, 5. Kiefer, nn, Viclory look a forfeit over non- appearing St. Joseph's of Tro> COSTS LESS W'THEIONG'RUN IF YOU YOUR DEALER IT PROPERLY! PER GALLON, PIUS INSULLATIOK from wucox,   

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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
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