The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 23, 1956, Page 21, Image 21

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Spills WU
21 to 0
SPOKANE. Sept. 22 (Special)
Whltworth'a mighty Pirates
ran their victory string to 19 to
day they swept past the Wil
lamette Bearcat, 21-0, in the
season opening football game for
both tesmi.
Don Price threw to Bernie
Rakes fof one touchdown, Babe
Bates rammed over for another
and Vic Ferguson scored the
third on an end run.
Willamette coniined Its most
effective attack to the ground,
with Hawaiian import Windy
Sequeira, sn explosive 140
pounds, lead the way.
Deepest penetration for the
visiting Bearcats was to the sis
inch line in the second quarter.
But then on the fourth down
Bates crsshfd through to stop
Whit. WU
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Yards gained rushing ....
Yards fined passing. ..
Yard! Inst rushing
Passea atttmptcd
Pasaea completed
Paea had Intercepted
Total fltlt rinwna
Average punt yardage ..
Yarda nenaltred
. 20
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. 11
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fullback Chuck Koani cold and
the ball switched hands on
Koanl Blocks Punt
Koani broke through several
plays later and blocked an at
tempted Whitworth punt and
Willamette took over and pushed
to a first down on the live. But
a penalty and several plays in
which they lost yardage stopped
the Bearcats in this threat.
Whitworth Coach Jim Louns
berry didn't appear impressed by
the way his team had kept the
victory skein unbroken. The 195
yards Willamette gained on the
ground against the Pirates was
the most any team
two years against the
i ne Willamette lineup
dotted with rookie, with as msny
as six freshmen being in the line
up at one time.
Pass Brings Score
Whitworths first TD in the
second qusrter wm set un on a
10-yard pass from quarterback
non rnce o end nan Nik'rh
mi earnea io tne ix a peo tv
set them back hut
then Price'
passed to Rakes for the score.
Willamette's hi threat fol
lowed the kickoff with Seotirira,
Koani and freshman Dale Shum
way doin most of the ground
gaining. A 20-yard run by quar
terback Benny Holt helped spark
me drive.
Rates in the third period
scored when he cut off tackle
from three yards out. Ferguson
ran over from seven yarda nut
in the wanin? minutes of th
game for the final touchdown.
Willamette I) o ft- o
Whrtworlh 0 7 7 721
Whitworth aeortns touchdowns
Jtakaa i2t. pass-run from Prlia.
Batai (S. plunfn; Ffruaon i7. rum.
ta J. PilIion
Battle toTie
Mc.MIXXVII.I.E. Ore . Sept
w Lost tumbles stopped
rortland State drivrs in the final
TTiod as the Vikings fought to a
scoreless tie with Ltnfteld College
in the football opener for both
taama toHair
Portland State of the Oregon Col- ,'" ,m"A """"T K " T
legiate Conference threatened to 1 ,02L ,duVa."C n'y J"
score early in the fourth quarter ' J 1 ma lyf
but Linfield's Hank Crawford"1 ?JT 'u ri 5'
jumped on a fumble. Craw o d f a'M ,!am' U WM, Co'io i
nshbed another loose ball to end! 0pcmng game ,0M ln "
another Portland State drive near r ' . j j
the final gun. I "l 8unrrat!;d 5ard
Linfield will open its Northwest ' Ml 'r , 2 q'"Cr
Conference season next Saturday',, on . u M Wher
here against Lewis & Clark. "y Tourle fumb ed. It was re-
covered by Colorado end Jerry
T I n:..i
a vuaj a a iiinrrs
National i ra:i r
Brooklyn at Pittahursh-Nrwcomha
' rh,',.7o I, m i ""i, u .
Chicago at Milwaukee Rnah 13-1)
v Buh" (17-ai. "
Philadelphia at Naw York Slim- i
"mil v' Com" or:down and Tom Crabtrce flipped a
St Louia at Clnclnnail ii-Wah. (Cont. pafe 22, col. 7)
n-eirr (ll-lOi and Poholsky (S-13) v. -
i.rosa tz-oi and Aiker u-3.
New York at Boaton Ford (H-5) I
v Rrcwr (JO-SI
Waahlntton at haltlmnra Stobbi
(15-U) va. Johnson iS-m.
Kansas City at Detroit U) Gorman
iS-l(l) and Craddork il. va. Staley
(7-li and Pierce i?o-Si.
Clevaland at Detroit Lemon (20-
14i vs. Lary Ilfl-I3i.
Whitworth 21, Willamette ft
Oregon State IB. Missouri 13
Oregon 3. Colorado 0
Washington S3. Idaho jl
Stanford 40, WSC M
VSC 44, Texas JO
Baylor T. California S
Portland State 0. Llnlleld ft (tie)
C0JI'.aO ,d,ho 40' E""rn 0r-!
Oklahoma AAM XT, Kansas Stat 1
TCU 32. Kansaa
Detroit SO. Marquette ?
Nebraaka 34. South Dakota S
Montana State 33, North Dakota 13
Dayton IS, Cincinnati 19
Bowling Green 17. Kant Stale 0
Far Weet
Idaho State M. Nevada
Utah State -leVDenver IS
Collere of Pacific Is, Colorado
ASiM 14
-resno State M. BYU IS
Wyoming f. Arizona M
Cal Poly 25. San Francisco State 7
San Joae State SS, Drake 1
Syracuse 2t, Maryland IS
Pltl 14. W. Virginia 11
Butaera S3, Ohio Wealeyan 11 .
Florida . Mlaa State 0
I. Carolina State H, North Car
olina S
Virginia IS, VMI
8MU l, Notre Dame 11 ,
Arkanaaa 31, Hardin-Slmmnns S
Tulant SI. Virginia Tech 14
. Vvake Foreat IS, William Mary
' Georgia Teeh 14, Kentucky S
. Texas AfcM IS. Villanova 0
Mississippi 48, N, Texas State I
' tout!! Carolina 7. Duka
Vanderhilt 14. Georgia S " "
I Vice to. Alabama IS
I taua Return 17. Texas Tech U
BOULDER, Colo. Jim Shanley, Oregon halfback, seems about ( be pounced upon by half
doien Colorado players as he turned end for six yards in the non-conference opener Sat
urday. The Webfoots won, 33-0, ith Shanley leading the attack. After a fairly (low start,
Oregon exploded in the second half for easy win. (AP Wirephoto).
Speed, Power
Net 35-0 Win
Flw, halfback Jim shanley ,nd
bai'i rtrn i . c m i m
power running fullback Fred Mik
lancic shattered Colorado's -defenses
in leading Oregon's Rose
Bowl hopefuls to a 35-0 noncon-
ferenre football opening viciory
Sh.inloy, 170-pound
,;i c. in,,n'
Tir down
ftushlnc yaritatt
FiaOnc yardage . . . .
TaMCi Intrrrrpted fcy
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Yardi eaiaHiffll
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on a pass-run play and scored
' agi-in on a short plunge,
i Miklancic, 20fi-pound senior,
punctured Colorado's middle line
to shreds and scored once on a 1-
yard plunge.
The Pacific Coast Conference
Ducks capped the rout of the Big
Seven Conference team with a
touchdown in the last 30 seconds
nn sonhnmnrf halfhark Charles
Toumiie s 9 yard romp around
right end with a pitchout.
Oregon drove 52 yards in 14
plays for a first quarter touch
down that tipped off the crowd of
40.500. largest football throng ev
er in Colorado, of what was to
Durk Stop Threat
Colorado quarterback Boyd
Dowlrr intercepted an Oregon
pass and ran b k 31 yards to the
Ducks' 2 midway of the second
quarter for Colorado's only threat.
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Shanley Snares Pass
That drive started on Oregon's
2 where the Blillaloes
only tlirent
ended. When it looked like the
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Ducks were stalled on Colorado s
S. Ori-pnn flciH a Wirt nn thirH
Roberts, USC
Swamp Texas
Al'STIN. Tex., Sept. 22 iP -Fullback
C. K. Roberts, a bruis
ing 20B pound speedster, ripped
Texas for touchdown gallops of
74, 73 and 50 yards as Southern
California swamped Texas, 44-20.
Roberts was a virtual one-man
wrecking crew as he chalked up
a fantastic 231 yards rushing 'on
12 plays before 47,000 football
fans at Memorial Sladium. He
erased an all-time Trojan rushing
total of 229 yards, for, a single
game set in iszs
Arnett Overshadowed
The irrepressible Roberts over
shadowed Jon Arnett, (JSC's fine
left half who was a near All
America choice last year. Arnett
went 14 yards for a score on the
next to last play of the first half
and was a constant threat with
his speed.
Texas moved ahead In the first
period when quarterback Joe
Clements shook loose around right
end and went 26 yards for a touch
down. But that was it for the
Longhoms. ; .
Mill Clears Beach
Only when CSC Conch Jess Hill
cleared his bench did the Long
horns drive for additional scores
late in the game. By then it did
not matter.
Roberts used, almost the same
play repeatedly to ruin the Long
horns. The Negro back would take
the ball, run parallel to the line
until he found an opening and
then ht was off to tha races. i
Two PCC Members Ramble
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Syracuse BeltsTerps; Tech Victor
By ED CORRIGAN i the defeat must have been the the East until Syracuse's explo
The ASSOCIATED PRESS shock of his life. sion, trod a path strewn with
I D.. .u. v.- HnlMnAJ t:m ! .Mt.. lw.fA U'.a r:VM;.
Svrar.itl. an ..nWilI.H imtJ
bubble yesterday -in the first big,' vrlh rrlin -,, vr.. ,.,
upact on the first big day of the
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nothing more than a mixed-up,
no I ohurr.i m ii il 1 1 fni I Ua etMnut
,vU ,, .,,1 ,c
4 i" , "rangemen nc lust by a numili-!p0ii however, had no trouble de
, , ating 26-12 count before a shocked; Kpntnrkv 14-S Althoneh
27,000 at College Park.
ror jj-year-oia tommy Mont,
experiencing his first season as
coach of a high-pressure team,
Statesman, Salem, Ore., Sun., Sept. 23, '56 (Sec. IV)-21
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Sunday sorties:
The young village damsels who had the quick heart
beat for handsome and huge Bill Walsh of the Senators
, i ii i a
Returns, available.
Arrowhead with some Rams buddies. The popular lake,
loaded with resorts, is near the Rams training base. While
, sunning himself on the beach. Waller began buzzing with
a pretty young gal. Later on they were dating in Los An
geles when the Rams were playing at home. It then de
veloped that the girl had relatives in Washington, D. C,
and when the Rams were playing in the East she attended
those games. To make a long story short. Waller and the
gal were married last March in a Washington ceremony
that took up all the space in the society pages. The girl's
relatives happened to be named Post, her grandmother
was the commander in chief of the Post Toasties millions,
and for a wedding present gave the Wallers a check for
$100,0001 . . . Anyone for the beach, boys? . . . While here
Rose also told that George (The General) Shaw will be
lost to the Baltimore Colts next year, as he will be called
into the Armed Forces ...
Note from Dick Slnovlc, onetime Salem Senators
(Con. page 22, rol 1)
OCE Whips
LONGVIEW, Wash., Sept. 22 -!
(Special) The Oregon College
Wolves marked the return of
Coach Bill McArthur to the helm
as head football mentor tonight by
defeating the Lower Columbia
Junior College, 12-7. J
McArthur, back after a years
leave of absence, saw his wolves
spot their opponents a 7-point -first
Yarda gained rushing J'3 m
Yarda gained passing S4 S.1
Passes attempted 11 S
Paseea cnmplrted u... S 4 .
Pawee had Intercepted . t 1
Total first downs 17 7
Average pilnt yardage .1' I 31.1
Yarda penalised SS SS
period (cad and then come bnck to
score once ln the second" period to
tie It up and then tally again in
the fourth for the victory,
OCE got Its first touchdown by
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es. 26-0. in an Atlantic Coast Con-
n'lvrnv game, itiiuiu (i-pikiiitu
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Maryland coach last year to re-
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lne o,.. wa. ciose. tn. Ramblin'
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wrecks were in control au me
Pitt, regarded as the class of
nj.mouna corps can rejoice.
The guy didn't get himself
married In California after
all. In fact he's moved back
to town, intends to stay here
and is working at the Uni
versity Bowling Alleys . . .
Speaking of romances which
come of athletics, how's this
one. passed along by Bert
Rose, the Los Angeles Rams
publicity chief during his
visit the other night: Rookie
Ron Waller, from Mary
land, had the weekend off
during "spring training a
year ago and went to Lake
1CJC 13-7
covering 2 yards In eight plays.
with Larry Buss going the final
seven off tackle. Jim Atkins booted
the conversion,
OCE had several scoring threats
nullified by penalties, fumbles and
a pass interception.
The deciding touchdown came
in the final period after a 30-yard
touchdown run by Jack Knudson
was called back for clipping. The
next play, a fjass, resulted in an
interception. But LCJC elected to
punt and the Wolves drove 39
yards In six plays with Wymnnn
Grrnhnrt going over from the five.
Atkins' PAT kick wss blocked.
LCJC scored in the first quarter
when Howard Eaton passed to
brother Dudly Eaton in the end
zone. , . . v '
OCE 0 7 0 13
.7 I 0 7,
for Yardage Against Big 7 Foes
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COLUMBIA, Mo. Paul Lowe, In black Jersey at left, Oregon State fleet halfback, scats around
end for a 21-yard fain In second quarter of the OSC-Mlssouri game Saturday. Closing
In on Lowe are Bennle Alburtii (87) and Hank Kuhlmana (23), both of Missouri Oregon
State won the grid opener, 1H3. (AP Wirephoto)
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TCU Wallops Kansas
Most of the action yesterday
was centered in the South. South -
west and Far West. The Midwest
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and Ivy League, get in high gear
next werk.
Texas Christian warmed up for
the coming Southwest Conference
race by clubbing Kansas of the
Big 7, 32-0, while in other inter
sectional clashes, Oregon State
Stanford Rolls Over
WSC Cougars, 40-26
SPOKA.XE, Sept. 22 - Quarterback Johnny Brodie. the noised
All-America candidate, led Stanford to a big early lead tonight and
the Indians went on to a 40-26 Pacific Coast conference football victory
over surprisingly strong Washington State.
Huskies Wreck
Vandals 53-21
' SEATTLE; Sept. 22 Brand
new and running hot. the Univer
sity of Washington split-T machine
bulldozed a 53-21 Pacific Coast
Conference football victory today
over the Univ -sity of Idaho's
strapping Vandals to brighten the
debut of Coach Darrell Royal.
Although they sputtered some
what on defense, Washington's
Huskies had no cauj; for worry
First downs .
Rushing yardage
Passing yardage ..
Passes had Int
Fumkles lost
Tarda penalised .
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as they ran up 7 points before
Idaho hit the scoring column. A
crowd of 22,500 was treated to a
7-totichdown first half a Wash
ington retired at -midway poirtt with
a 31-U adv- tare.
Sonhomores Shine
Scampering sophomores almost
took over the show. For Washing
ton lithe Luther iHit-and-ntin)
Carr reeled uff 5 yards of for
ward motion in about half a game
of action.
Duane Lowell, rookie Washing
ton wimjmnn flashed pnss-cntch-
ing brilliance and turned in one
interception that set up a Husky
For Idaho, chunky little 'Kent
Hall was the running star, con
tinually troubling the enemy.
Washington took the opening
kickoff and chewed out f)2 yards
in 10 playtto score before the
game was five minules old. An
84-yard scoring drive brought the
second Washington tally and the
host club led 13-0 rt the quarter.
Huskies Score Again
Flicking olf half a dozen yards
on almost every play Washington
added two more touthdowns early The Portland Beavers today an
in the second quarter before Idaho ' nounced the signing of Joe Ziegler
stopped them. as general manager for two more
The Vandals, with Gary Jollnson ,
at Quarterback, moved 56 yards
in six plays to hang up their first
seven points. Moments later Lar
ry Norby blocked a Washington
punt and tackle John Roussos re
covered the ball behind the goal place in the Coast League the fol
for another Idaho touchdown. i lowing season and climbed to third
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Idaho 0 14 7 0-11
athlngton ..,.13 II 13 63
Idaho Bcoflne: '.'ouchtiowns
Schmidt il nliinari: Rmirsoa (rerrv
ered punt blocked by Nnrliyi; Brer
den 42 paaa from Willis I. Convar
alona: Kramer 3: Hall.
Waahlngton scoring; Touchdowns,
Lewis 103 paaa-run from Ferguaon); 1
Herring ll plunge Is McCluakey 1 17
paaa from Ferguson), 14 end run I:
Carr (34 end run); Green S (S end
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Conversions Brrby i, Strusaf 1
whipped Missouri, 19-12, and Bay
lor nipped California 74. Oklaho
ma AAM crushed Kansas State,
27-7, Detroit licked Marquette 20
7, and Paul (Bear) Bryant's Tex
as AIM blanked Villanova, 19-0.
Wake Fares! Victor
In other major games in the
South, Wake Forest vanouished
1 William and Mary. 39-0 Virginia
blanked VMI, 18-0,
anI irirsfirlea
m'inn Xfi..';innt Ci-i- c a
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in me oniy omer eastern games
of T . u.j
v. vwilKumvr, UVIIlll VI U3IICW
Gettysburg, 2-7, and Rutgers
rolled past Ohio Wesleyan, 33-12.
In the Southwest, the Arkansas
Raiorbacks beat Har din-Simmons
a near unanimous
choice to win the PCC title and
wind up in the Rose Bowl, took
off on a quick 26-0 lead and the
23,500 fans in Memorial Stadium
braced for a rout.
But WSC, playing its first game
under Coach Jim Sutherland,
wouldn't quit and came back
strong on the offensive talents of
two sophomore finds, quarterback
bod Mewman and balfback Chuck
Morrell. The Cougars were never
able to get closer than two touch
downs, however, and the earlv
Stanford advantage was never in
serious danger.
Brodie guided his team skillful
ly, passed for two touchdowns and
sent halfbacks Gordy Young and
ux vain off on big around fains.
Wash Idaho ' Br0iie'J replacements. Jack Tay
. f,i ' is lor and Jack Douglas, also threw
touchdown passes.
It Was a pass-filled opener for
both teams and the young Cougars
gave a good account of them
selves. Newman threw 3d yards
to Bill Steiger, a halfback turned
end, for WSC's first touchdown in
the longest of 10 scoring plays.
Stanford plays Michigan State
next Saturday at home and WSC
meets San Jose at Pullman.
Stanford ! 1 11 n in
! waahin on si, 1. n 11 a i, ociround. Fullmer put the Detrolter
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Valli 11, plunge); Isaacs 2 (13,
pass from Brodie; 9, pass from
Brodiet; Young M, r'ungei; Kidd
19, pass from Taylor; Frels (4,
pass from Douglas.) Conversions:
Dick, Raftery 2, DeWeese.
Washington Slate scoriing
Touchdowns: Steiger 36, pass
from Newman i; Aldrich 1,
plunge); Morrell (16, run); Ste
vens t,l, plunge). Conversions:
Hare, Newman.
Ziegler Keeps
Bevo Position
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 22
Ziegler, formerly general man
ager of Toronto, Rochester and
Buffalo in the International
League, came to Portland late in
1934. The team finished in fifth
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MONTREAL. Sept. 22 - The '
Montreal Alouettes broke loose
with bewlldprins nnwer todav to
smother the Hamilton Tiger-Cats
56-14 and retain possession of the
.n.k., iu. umilii. Ti.r.rDi.
big four Canadiaa Football League
leadership. ' '
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Beavers Take. .
19-13 Victory
COLUMBIA, Mo., Sept. 22 WU.
A 62-yard touchdown past, Joe
Francis to -Sam Wesley, sparked
Oregon Stated 19-13 victory over
the University of Missouri's fum
bling football team today.
Mi s s e u r i fought strongly
through the first half and made
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F-frt WM
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Fumbles leaf .. ...
Yards penalised
1-34 a-is
one desperate bid ln the fourth
quarter before going down. Mis
souri fumbled five' times during
the - afternoon and some of the
fumbles were costly.
One fumble set the ' Oregon
State Beavers up for their first
touchdown in the first quarter
when Missouri's- Gene ' Roll mis
cued, on his ews 1-yard line, from
where Sterling ' Hammack pow
ered over into pay dirt.
Missouri scored both its touch
downs in the second quarter, one
on an 8-yard thrust by Charles
James and the other on a 13-yard
aerial from second string quarter
back Dave Doane to Hank Kuhl
mann in the end tone..
Francis tossed a 35-yard pass in
the same quarter to Wesley who
went 27 more yards for the TD.
Oregon State scored its other
touchdown in the third period on
a 60-yard drive after the kickoff,
Francis going over from 5 yards
out for the deciding marker. "
The loss today was the ninth
straight year the Missourian's
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Ward in Third
22 () Cyclone Gene Fullmer
knocked out Moses Ward in the
third round of a scheduled 10-
round fight tonight.
Fullmer, the top-ranked chal
lenger for Sugar Ray Robinson's :
middleweight title, weighed 159,
Ward 182.
The knockout blow was a left
to the chin at 1:21 of the third
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second round, and once for no
counts in both the first round
and third rounds.
The methodical and impressive
victory gave the West Jordan cy
clone's manager, Marv Jenson,
ammunition which he planned
to use this week in renewed ne
gotiations in New York for a
title bout with Robinson. Jenson 1
planned to leave tomorrow,
The fight was even for only
the first half of the first round.
From then on Ward was on the I
defensive as" the Utah boilcrmak- j
er drove him Into the ropes and
flslled away with body punches.
The second round ended with i
Ward against the ropes, hanging
on. Ward came back swinging to ,
open the third, but Fullmer im-1
mediately took over and put him
on the deck. Ward was barely
on his feet again when Fullmer
tagged him with a left to the
chin and Ward was but in the
center of the ring.
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National Loop Leaders Lose Crucirl
Tilts; Yankees Nudge Red Sox, 21
The Milwaukee Braves blew a chance to take over first plec.
in the red hot National League
a S-4. decision to Chicago in 10 innings while the pesky Piu.'Durjh
Pirates belted the Brooklyn Dodsers 5-1. : ,
When the firing ended for the
Redlegf were the happiest crew,
Gary Glirk Sh'ine ;
In Cloee Victory
Statesmaa Sports Editor '
land. Sept. 22 Special)-Turning
back a fourth period rally by the
los Angeles Rams, the Pittsburgh
Steclers tonight won their profes
sional football exhibition game by
a 20-17 score before 20.559 fans.
The win, compiled by the Steelcrs
in a J0-point first half, closed out!
the Pxhihltlnn aoaonn tnr tvith
teams. -
Pittsburgh won two of six games
while Los Angeles finished with a
3-2 record. r
played by the swift Steclers in the
first portions of the game. But with
whii. directing the attack the Lost
Antn Huh amrawf iwi,.. in th. !
Angeles club scored twice tn the
final period and were going for an
other just before the final gun
when linebacker John Reger. inter
cepted a Wade pass and saved
the night for the Steelers.
, Neither club could launch a scor
ing drive in the third period al
though the Steelers put up a tre
mendous goal line stand to deny
the Rams at one point. ,
Los Angeles had a first down oa
the Steelers 2-yard line but in four
smashes at the line, which includ
ed an offisde penalty against Pitts
burgh, the Rams failed. v Paul
(Tank) Younger, the Rams No. 1
threat for the short gainers, car
rled twice In the fruitless altemot.
The Rams scored their first
touchdown on an 80 yard drive
midway through the fourth quar -
ter. A Wade pass to Brad Myers
a 56 yard play scored the six
pointer. The Rams got a fine break
wnen uary uncs, me oieeiers no.
I draft choice from Colorado AlcM,
misjudged a pass while defending
against Myers and this allowed
Myers to catch the ball unmol
ested. Les Richter's point after
touchddwn kick brought the score
to 20-10 with 3:56 left.
The Rams then tried an onside
kick which worked and they took
over the ball on the Pittsburgh 47.
Seven plays later. Wade passed to
Myers. for H yards.Jndbe score.
Richter again booted the point. -
The Rams tried another onside
kick, with 1 minutes left to play,
but the Steelers got this one. How
ever, they fumbled three plays
later and the Rams captured the
ball on their own 42. Wade tried
three passes, one of which was
good to Myers for 20 yards, but
then on his next attempt Reger
pulled it down and school was out
for the Rams. 1
Most of the credit for the upset
wis must be given to the tremen
dous defensive work of Click de
spite his one boner. He intercepted
two passes and recovered two
Rams fumbles earlier in the game.
Offensively the Steelers quarter-
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. In another National League
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defeated the, Philadelphia Phik
lies 2-i. ........ ., . -
The New York Yankees, who
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tie slapped a double and game-,
winning single. Cleveland whipped
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Bob Skinner, and the first three
singles by Dick Groat.
The last place Cubs, who art
30H . games off the pace rolled
up a 4-0 lead, as the Braves got
only 2 hits in . seven innings. In -the
eighth Milwaukee rallied for
three runs, and Johnny Logan's'
ninth inning homer, his 15th, tied
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of the tenth when be opened with
a double off Ray Crone, fourth
Milwaukee hurler. Drake went to
third on an infield out. and scored
on Geoe Baker's sacrifice fly. ' v
George Crowe and Gus Bet!
slammed homers for Cincinnati,'
accounting for live of - the sis
Redlegs runs. .- .
The Baltimore Orioles whipped
Washington, B-fl, in s night gams.
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