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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 04, 1959, Racine, Wisconsin Wisconsin 44 Marquette 6 Louisiana state 22 Baylor 0 Minnesota 24 Indiana 14 Michigan state 34 Michigan 8 Purdue 28 notre Dame 7 Racine raiders 28 Sheboygan 20 Northwestern 14 Iowa to Racine lutheran 20 Lake Forest 13 Illinois 20 army 14 Racine Park 32 Madison West 12 the Racine journal times Section three october 4, 1959wisconsin Rolls Over Marquette 44-6 Eddie Hart 44 of Wisconsin might have gone a Long distance on this play had Marquette Center Ron Dulak 57 not reached out and tripped sox get 1st look at la screen los Angeles a i a the Boston. The coliseum to 75-foot Chicago White sox most of them took an awed first look saturday at the los Angeles coliseum and its fabled left Field screen. A othe ?� As the Fence is referred to Here did no to bother the players too much. But they were awed by the vastness of the stadium a and concerned about the Park to unfavourable background. A Oit does no to impress me As much As Fenway a said manager Al Lopez referring to the left Field Fence in Fenway Park High screen stretches across from the 250 to the 320foot line. Fenway to is 313 feet from the plate. Fenway looks closer a a the Boston Fence looks closer a said Lopez. A but maybe that to because you can see through this screen and Fenway to is solid Green. A what concerns me More is the background. Ifs going to be rough trying to see the Ball through All these White shirts i think it will be even worse for the fielders than the ?� the tiers of seats behind the Outfield a vacant during most Barnes will be filled for All free games. The stadium holds 200 golfers Honor Jensen some 200 golfers were at Racine country club a Oxx first game Victory for Ade Jensen Day helping Over dodgers declared he celebrate the popular rec pro s act n0 intention of changing 15th year with the club. This batting stance to take and the Low score fired for the Vantage of the screen. Day there was a Par. 72 by. Fight it Harry Priaulx pro at Shoop a Park course. Other lows were a any time you Start fighting Bill Schoeppe 78 and Ken this thing a he said a of you tre in pitch today admitted the Fence May bother him a Little. A of can to very Well say i am not aware of it a he said a but if you have your stuff that should no to bother you much. If you done to then ifs ?� scalpers make killing on coliseum tickets los Angeles up a Scalp ers and gamblers Are out to make a killing on the three los Angeles world series games police said saturday. A Check of the haunts of scalpers shows they Are asking a and apparently getting a huge profits. And police say the City has been invaded by Well heeled Eastern gamblers. As one vice squad officer put it a oils frankly More than we can handle warriors can t Cope with Badger passing by Ralph Trower Wisconsin used both its own passes and Marquette to to hand the warriors their annual drubbing saturday afternoon at Camp Randall stadium. The score this time was 44-6 although actually this was Marquette to strongest showing in several years. Marquette offered surprisingly Strong resistance to the badgers to ground game As 38 Wisconsin rushes netted Only 101 Yards. The warriors were unable to Cope with the passing of Dale Hackbart and Jim Bakken however and therein Lay the Story of their demise. The badgers rolled up 276 Yards in the air on 16 completions in 28 attempts. Included were two spectacular Long tosses one of 74 Yards from Hackbart to Al Schoonover which ranks As the third longest pass in Wisconsin annals. Oddly enough this one did not produce a touchdown As Schoonover was dragged Down at the i foot line. Bakken later fired a 48-Yard touchdown strike at Erv Kunesh. Marquette to passing gave the badgers their bad moments As expected totalling 182 Yards on 14 completions in 30 tries and finally leading to the Only Warrior touchdown near the finish. On other occasions it backfired at a downtown hotel the Bell the first two games at Chica As the badgers intercepted five one directly resulting in be i i gos Comiskey Park. A touchdown and another setting up an easy Marker. Thus far Hodges has Donen u r 1 was t fete Hall s Day. Share a a duties Hackbart and Bakken shared in this Wisconsin Aerial barrage and even fourth Stringer Tom Mettlach came in to Complete one on the final play of the game. Hackbart a journal times photos him. As it was Hart stumbled Forward and settled for 5 Yards. Ron Perkins 64badger guard from Racine is at far right Captain offered him two tickets for the three games for $165. Regular Price $60. At a downtown bar the bartender offered 20 $2 tickets for $150. That to $110 More than the regular Price. At another hotel he was of the usual Story scoring Marquette. 0 0 0 6�?" s Wisconsin. 7 15 7 15�?"44 a tsp Hackbart i run Holzwarth kick win Hackbart 5 run Irun failed wis of Holzworth 25 Wlaz Hobbs la run run failed i Wiaz Kunesh 48 pass from Bakken Holzwarth kick a tsp Hobbs 23 pass interception hols Warth kick Mara Rhea 28 pass from Schulte pass railed wish Bakken 3 run i stank pass from Bakken statistics Marq. First Downs. 17 Rushing. 8 passing. To penalty. I Yards Rushing net. 85 Yards passing net 182 total net yardage 267 passes .1430 intercepted by. 0 punts. 5-31 fumbles lost. I penalties. 8-42 i. 17 4 12 i 101 276 377 16-28 5 4-40 0 6-67 individual � Rushi Nih Little in the series two singles in eight plate appearances for a .250 average. A you figure you want your right handed hitters higher in this Park a said Alston sitting feed $10 tickets for triple their in Street clothes in the Dodg face value. Ers dugout during today to Brief there is no local Law against scalping. Alston will move Gil Hodges to 5th los Angeles a w workout. A Oit did no to make much Dif-1 Ference in Chicago where it is equal to left and right. And a it to also easier to hit and run 72,500 for baseball and every al1 have a re Money than Ive seat is sold. Ted Kluszewski hero of the Ever seen. A newsman posing As an avid dodger fan made a a shopping tour of scalper haunts today saying he was willing to pay any Price. His report Christopherson 79. Schoeppey to 78 was Low Gross in the class a Competition for members with Russ Mcmahon president of Racine country club runner up with 80. Low trouble unless you tre a singles hitter like Wally Moon dodger outfielder. In to just going to swing the ?� four of the White sox players saw the coliseum during dodger manager Walt Alston satisfied that we got a split in the first two a moves right handed Power Guy Gil Hodges higher in the batting order when the world series shifts to the coliseum for today to third game. Moving Hodges from sixth to fifth past Norm Larker Breaks up a string of three left handed hitters Wally Moon with Larker than with ?� the Only other change for the dodgers squared one All with the White sox is larkers Normal shift from right Field to left. A first baseman Larker has something less than san outfielders to army a weakness the go go sox exploited bears hold off Lafe Colt rally Triumph 26-21 faced White sox pitchers in swaps positions with Larker. Major colleges net went to Bob Dutney 72 the All Star game August 2. And George Boehm 75. The others walked onto the Wilson wins class b in class blow Gross cards were Cary Wilson 82, Carl Miller 83, Jack Yetter 87. Low net went to Pat Haley 76, Frank Miller 77 and Hal Wakefield 77. In class a Ernie Estes had Low Gross with 87 and Walter Schleck was runner up with 94. Vilas Whaley had Low net of 79 with Jack Wilbershide runner up with 82. In the closest to the pin a hooting c. Buckman was closest on the third Hole at two feet. On the 10th George Chaussee put one six inches from the pin to win. In Long drive Competition Butch Kozera won on the first Hole with a 260 Yard swat and on the Lith Hole Jim haunter sen won with a 240 Yard blast. Sch Nestle 34 at Shoop at Shoop Park saturday Jack Schiestle was Low with 34, Clarence Johnson and John Uecke had 35s, Bob Menden a 36, Milt Dovorany and de Hill had 38s and Glen Halverstadt and Don Christensen carded 39s. Field today for their first work Dut Here and stared at the vast Ness of the place. A you could stack a lot of Hay Here a remarked Billy Goodman. A Oas much As i heard All about it a said Earl Torgeson a Oit still is a Shock to see ?� Dick Donovan scheduled to big ten Wisconsin 44, Marquette 6 Minnesota 24, Indiana 14 Michigan state 34, Michigan 8 Illinois 20, army 14 Purdue 28, notre Dame 7 Northwestern 14, Iowa to Alabama 7, Vanderbilt 7 Miami 7, Florida state 6 Florida 55, Virginia to carried the Load in the first half and Bakken in the second. Bakken was the most impressive with six but of eight for 99 Yards while Hackbart had nine out of 19 for 160 Yards. Hackbarth to average might have been higher but for poor receiving in three or four instances. By scoring two touchdowns Hackbart became the fifth Wisconsin player to total More than too Points during his career. Only Al Ameche 150pat harder 121lisle Black Bourn 111and Jerry Witt 108 have scored More than Hackbarth to 104. With seven games to go Hackbart figures to pass up at least the last three. A crowd of 47,970 watched the Aerial show. High school jut i a Sicri to c Ina cite memorial cae or moved into a two stroke Capac Ity memorial a because 0f the wet Field any or. Moved into a two Struke drum cr0w j 0f 57557 never hnu7 u rain Lead in the $20,000 Centennial Unitas finer genre a worse it during the saw Unitas experience a worse for a change and even Baltimore a a a quarterback John Unitas of the Baltimore Colts threw three last period touchdown passes saturday night but they he taking extra bases in Thel weren to enou8h t0 overcome y 8 a a a his earlier troubles and the first two games. Here where there is a spa Hunting Marquette Jennings to tor 82, Lane a for 35, Hall to for -28. Webster 6 for -5, Woods i for 5, Johnson i for 2, Schulte 2 for 0, Shea i for 6, Geraghty 2 for 14, Cooke i for i. Wisconsin Hackbart 6 for 16, Stainer 3 for 8, Zeman i for 2, Plesner 3 for 6, Hart 6 for 20, Hobbs 8 for 27, Bakken 3 for 3, Clark 3 for 14, Hess i for 3, Neumann 4 for 5. Palling Marquette Hall 18 attempted 6 completed for 121 Yards and 4 intercepted Schulte la attempted 5 completed for 61 Yards had i intercepted Johnson i attempted 0 completed. Wlaton sin Hackbart i attempted a completed for 160 Yards Bakken 6 attempted 6 completed for by Yards Mett Lack i attempted i completed for la Yard. Pate receiving Marquette Woods 6 for 76 Hubbard for 28. Jennings 4 for 32, Zhulkie i for 4, Shea 2 for 41. Wisconsin Schoonover i for 74, Steiner i for 17, stank 2 for 36, Derleth 2 for 37, Zeman i for 7, Holmes 2 for in Hobbs i for i Hart i for 6, Kunesh 3 for 67. Kellogg 2 for 13. Johnson Park golfer Lead Meadowbrook Chicago bears held on for a ii Nguvu Eutivi j i i Viii licit a Ribicic indic la a Span. Duke Snider and Larker. They Cious right Field Wally Moon a the bears posted All of their Points before Unitas got clicking to run his National football league record of at least one touchdown a game to 27 straight. It was the first loss in two games this season for the de i fending Champion Colts and Portland ?" a it it a a. The bears evened their record. S. Open Champion Bill Casper Casper fires 16 under Par Louisiana state 22, Baylor 0 urday. Open Golf tournament Here sat time Han he did in he frs the Badger and Warrior bands 14, Rich in this Section sports pages i 2, 3, 4, 5 markets a a a a a a a a a a Page 7 classified pages 8, 9, 19. La wildcats lose Dick Thornton Evanston 111. A Ltd a Dick Thornton Northwestern to Start quarterback will be out for almost the entire season. Or. Stephen Reid team physician saturday night announced that a rays showed Thornton to left ankle is fractured. He estimated that Thornton will be out of action for six weeks. Northwestern has seven games remaining on its schedule. Thornton to ankle was injured on the opening Kickoff of North we Stern s game against Iowa. He sat out the rest of the game. Thornton was the total offence Leader of the big ten last year and the key player in the team this season. Virginia military mond 14 Mississippi 43, Memphis state 0. Auburn 35, Lardin Sim Mons 12 state Citadel 13, Davidson 7 us Milwaukee 13, Stout 12 Yll Winla t.�1 2� William whuewater3%epuuewrue70 Georgia tech 16. Clemson 6 with Young Tony Lerna of san Casper the Apple Valley whelp he Complete Only refrained from parading on the Calif., Veteran goes into to Manv enter ceded. Day to final 18-Hole round of Richie Petitbon returned the the 4-Day tournament with first interception 33 Yards for sparkling 16-under-Par 200 Foi a gear touchdown. The second the 54 holes. By Erich Barnes set up a 33 his 5-under-Par 67 saturday three strokes off his near record 64 Friday broke a tie Jamestown . 7, Northland 0 Northwestern wis. 20, Concordia River Forest 111. 6 Lakeland 19, Bethel St. Paul 0 Ripon 18, St. Olaf 7 Stevens Point 7, Oshkosh 7s Lawrence 14, Monmouth 8 Carroll 28, Minikin 0 Cornell 28, Beloit 0 Midwest Oklahoma state 27, Kansas state 21 Nebraska 7, Oregon state 6 Oklahoma 42, Colorado 12 East Syracuse 29, Maryland 0 Princeton 22, Columbia 0 Penn 13, Dartmouth 0 Pitt 25, Urcla 21 Cornell is Lehigh 6yale 17, Brown 0 holy Cross 20, Villanova 0 Penn state 68, Colgate 20 Rutgers 20, Connecticut 8 Harvard 20, Bucknell 6 South Tulane 6, Wake Forest 0 North Carolina 20, North Carolina state 12 Duke 24, Rice 7 South Carolina 30, Georgia 14 Tennessee 22, Mississippi state 6 Southwest North Texas 28, West Texas Leandro Calif. Yard Field goal by John Avern who also booted a 42-yarder in the third period. De Brown who was Given the Job of quarterbacking the bears Over two others pitched them into position for a one Yard touchdown plunge by Rick Casares and threw a 35-Here�? How the top to teams Yard scoring heave to Harlon in the associated press col Hill in the second period lege football poll fared saturday i. Louisiana state beat Baylor 22-0. Top to Southern 3 Texas 33, California 0 Southern methodist 20, Navy 7 Arkansas 3, Texas Christian 0 far West Wyoming 27, Utah state 2 Oregon 14, Washington state 6 Washington is Utah 6 Stanford 21, College of Pacific 6 turn to Page 3, col. 7 a Corino Chicago 6 14 3 0-�?"36 Baltimore too 31�?"31 Chicago to Paul ton 33 pass interception Cesare i plunge Hui 38 Pas from Brown. Pat avens 3. Of a Tel 33-43_. _ i Baltimore to. Berry 7 pass from 2. Northwestern beat Iowa unite Mutscheller 3 .4 pass from 1a j Nulta. Is pass from Unitas i. Pat 14-10. Myhra 3. Statistics Chicago Baltimore of in to 4. Army lost to. Texas tech 8, Tulsa 7 Langston 26, East Central okla. 7 Texas aim 7, mass Iseppi 3. Mississippi beat Memphis at a first Downs state 43-0. Rushing yardage Iinuma. Pm Mno re ref Illinois passes 20-14. 5. Iowa lost to Northwestern 14-10. 6. Clemson lost to Georgia tech 16-6. 7. Georgia tech beat Clemson 16-6. 8. Notre Dame lost to Purdue 28-7. 9. Tennessee beat miss. I state 22-6. 10. Texas beat California 33-0. Passes intercepted by punts. Fumbles lost. Yards penalized 13-35 3 8-45 i 65 74 183 17-38 i 5-33 j o 40 possible fracture Fred held Erich assistant Racine lutheran football coach suffered a possible broken Bone in the leg Friday night while playing with Sheboygan in the Racine Raider Sheboygan game there. The injury occurred when held Erich was blocked by the raiders Bob Viola in the first Quarter. Field. But it was a pretty Lively afternoon anyhow. Pass defense better Wisconsin to pass defense had a much better Day this time As indicated by the five interceptions. On several other occasions Marquette to Hall was unable to get a pass off at All. Defensive stalwarts for Wisconsin were Many but most impressive were John gotta Ron Perkins Dan Lanphear Jerry Stalcup Jim Heineke Jim Holmes Bill Hobbs and Bakken. Lanphear blocked a punt to set up one score. Marquette supporters had a few things to be encouraged about. The warriors equated Wisconsin in first Downs 17-17 and they accumulated a respectable total of 267 Yards from scrimmage. In addition to the touchdown Marquette reached Wisconsin 17, 19 and 9 o Only to give up the Ball. Once the warriors missed a Field goal. Hall threw h i s share of strikes but it was a third string quarterback Joe Schulte who eventually led the Lone touchdown drive. A second string halfback Ron Jennings proved to be Marquette to top ground gainer. Then too there was turn to Page 3, cot 8 with 18 holes to go today Johnson Park golfers held a 60v6-51 y2 Edge Over the Meadowbrook country club links aces in the 36-Hole inter club match played at Johnson Park saturday and Meadowbrook today. Ray Kuefler of Meadowbrook took honors in saturday to round with a 71, one Over Par. Runner up was John Salerno of Johnson Park with a 72 while third lowest card saturday was a 73 by Harold Knuth also of Meadowbrook. Tee off time for today to first match will be 10 15 starting with Ray Venturini meeting de Buchek and Dick Colt playing Buck Backus. Saturday to results score and team Points were John Bahr up 81 Vale Roy May m 75-3 4 John Meslich up 76-3, Paul a Grasel m 81-1 John Salerno up 73-3, leg Meissner in 75-1 John Aroks up 83-0, Harold Knuth i 73-4 Earl Whipple up 80-1, Jack Nelion i 76-3 Larry Hortness up 74-3lt, Bill Angel i 75-1 Hank Ruppel i up it 77-3me. George Kuo i 78-� Roy Beekman up 81-0, to Hulmer m 81-4 a a a a Ivan Hjortness up 83-3 4, John Fainer m 84-Bill Sorensen up 78-0, Arnold St task i i 75-4 Vern Jensen up 78-3, Marshall Lea or. My 81-2 Bob Madsen up 7b-ft, Bob Stiver m 77-3 i. Don Lindgren up 71-3, Ron Saltal m 80-1 Don study up 78-14, Wally Luka i 75-3. Elmer Stacey up 0-1, Bob Hagan sick i 78-3 Dick Van Dyke up 82-1 4. Tony Potman i 78-3�?� Chris rein up 77-3. Ernie potato Rena i 81-1 w Joe pianello up 4-3 4, Ray Boehm in 94 Lei Al Schrader up 78-4. Id Spear m 83-0 Dick Conner up 81-3 4. Loa Weber Gigi Iii s3m Don Petersen up 78-v4, tool Miller i 75-3 Herm Osterberg up 78-0, Ray Xuat Tom Kerning up i3-iv4. Or. W. J. Madden i 85lt�gary Lehman up 78-4. Sob Carli i 81-0 Bill Rossman up 83-4, Lowell eat mgt 87-0 Stan a Tranta up 74-4, of Aorta Sar ton i 83-0 Ray Venturini up 78-4, so Bucher Dick Colt up 77-4, Buck Sac but m 13-0 tee off times today Al Meadowbrook 10 15�?"Ray Venturini a by Bue Hekl Dick Coll is. Buck Backus 10.23 Elmer Stacey is. Bob Hagan sick Dick Vau Dyke it. Tony Potman. To 30 Ken lands troth a a. I Eroy Mart John Mesic h is. Paul ingrate i. 10 37�?"John Salerno is. Loge mess Nero John Asoka be Harold Knuth to 44�?"Earl Whipple is. Jack Nelson Larry Hjortness is. Bill Aure. To 51 Hank Ruppel is Deer Ileal Roy Kaaawa a. Joe Luu Jcj. 10 55�?"ivan Hjortness be. John reload Bill Sorensen is. Herb Zeleska. 11 05�?"vern Jensan is. Marshal la or. Bob Madsen is. Bob Stiver. Ilia ddn Lindgren is. Ron Saltal Don Studey is. Wally Luke. 11 it Chris rein is. Ernie Poe tor i no Joe Pizanello is. Ray Boehm. 1136 Al Schrader a howls Holmdal Dick Conner is. Larry Durand la 33 Don Petersen is Tom Millar Herm Osterberg is Ray Kuefler. 11.40 Bam yoghurt Jan be. Bah Carls Tom keening is Art Sorensen la 41 Bui Rossman it Lowell Haiti a ten Uzenia a. Oen Rae Lisitsa

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