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- Colleqi ate Grid Scores entral Utah Footba ers Set acauo ncounters nrs of the tough teams In the state i Last Week's Results American Fork 13, Granger Payson.21, Pleasant Grove ers have four straight victories while the Bulldogs have a one and two record. But Provo jhas too much strength in its backfield to keeD on losing forever, in spite of Merlin Blad and his team running, passing, and inspirational play. the basis of what should be done the odds favor Provo, but the unbeaten Dons may still jchoose jto stay that way even: against the Provo power. In Reeion Nine play the; Jul . this year but they have not shown 12 it as yet. Their 27-6-1 win over I Uintah does not erase' their two Lehi 33, Springville 7 to Colorado teams; However, 7 losses Juab 32, Wasatch Academy do! 13 rate a nod over Orem Tithey Wasatch (Heber) 29, Union g 12 gers for this one, but an" upset Juab 33, Brigham-Youncould be in the offing. If Lance This Week's Schedule' ' U Miner, Bob Tippetts, Gary Thacker Region Five and at Company can all click at Friday, .Springville, Paysoiii once. , ".. 2:30 p.m. at at Proyo was purFork Fork Spanish Provo, Spanish Thursday, .' 7:30 p.m. .:' , posely left until the last In hopes of somes kind of a lightJ The Fork- Orem at Carbon, Friday, 8 p.ni. is Seven Region Lehi at Bribham Young, Friday, 2:30 p.m. :.; at Pleasant Grove, Friday, 2:30 p.m. 0 . . j -- - OCTOBER t, Utah County, Utah Utah Heavily Favored To Whip BYU in Friday Tilt By United Press International EAST Missouri 21 Penn St.' 8 chance Boston U. 20 Holy Cross 14 are given little the talented Millard team, against it but may develop into a battle. LaComb is doing a, fine job Gary and his team is improving each week. ., In other games throughout the state, Bear River at Box JSlder; Weber at Davis; Bonneville at Bountiful; West at Highland and Wasps 26 Gettysburg Juniata 0 The Standings Skyline games AH Games W. L. W. L. 14 2 2 1 0 Wyoming Amherst 14 Delaware 12 2 2 0 Utah State Dartmouth 15 Pennsylvania' 0 1 1 0 Colorado state Cornell 15 Bucknell 7 0 0 2 Utah New Hampshire 13 Rhode Isl. 6 1 0 1 New Mexico 16 Bowdoin 14 ' & Wesleyan 2 Denver as rate 1, East the games Olympusat 1 0 1 to watch this week. There may be Allegheny 14, Bethany (W.Va.) 6 Brigham Young e 0 2 Montana some shuffling in the standings be- - Springfield 20 Williams 18 6 Rochester D Hobart this round is completed. fore By JLM RAMSEY Tufts 43 Bates 12 United Press International Coast Guard 7 Norwich 2 DENVER (UPD Lehigh 39 Colgate 22 Wyomin Massachusetts 27 Harvard 12 smarting from a last minute upset at the hands of Arizona, hopes Southern Conn. St. 12 Md St. 0 to work out its frustration on Glenville 19 Concord St. 13 Denver University at Laramie v Rutgers 19 Connecticut 6 f-TM: Z 14 30 Point Kings Saturday and stretch its lead In Colby C the Skyline Conference football 'M AT RIGHT Wash. & Lee 23 Dickinson 6 13 21 race Alfred at the same time. Union (N.Y.) 0 Columbia 49 Princeton The Pokes, fresh from two Slippery Rock 13 Edinboro 7 straight Skyline victories over Millersville 59 Kutztown 7 Montana and New Mexico, fum Shepherd St 18 Davis & Elkins 7 bled away the Arizona game in Albright 13 Thiel! 6 the last minute of play at Tucson Buffalo 21 Temple 12 night. The Wildcats took Saturday Scranton 20 Ljfcoming 12 the ball and scored the winning St. Vincent 14 Geneva 6 touchdown with 32 seconds to Marshall 14 Toledo' 0 defeating Wyoming, ; Tech ii Waynesburg 6 play, Carnegie The : loss, plus impressive show I j : V :. j south s ings by Utah and Utah State, in m Duke 20 Maryland 7 dicated the Skyline would see a North Carolina St. 26 Virginia 7 close three-wa- y battle instead of Clemson 13 Virginia Tech 7 a Wyoming romp to its third Florida 18 -- Georgia! Tech 17 straight league championship. . Georgia 38 South Carolina 6 n Utah, a pick as the William & Mary 19 Geo. Wash. 9 chief to Wyoming, looked threat " VMI 21 Richmond 6 good before bowing to a strong The Citadel" 21 Davidson 15 Oregon team, 20 - 17, Saturday Virginia St. 21 Bluefield St. 14 night at Salt Lake" Cjity. JUteih Tennessee 0 Mississippi St. 0 State, already considered, a dark-horsWestern Ky. 20 Middle Tenn. 13 increased its prestige py Kentucky St. 14 Knoxville 0 Denver's hopeful. pioT downing Murray St. 21 Eastern Ky. 19 31-at Logan. 1 .' neers, Tennessee Tech 7 Morehead 7 Utah opens its. Skyline season Auburn 10 Kentucky 7 14 Friday as a strong favorite over East Tenn. St. 20 Jacksonville Brigham Young, which bowed to Baylor 7 Louisiana St. 3 Colorado State Universi y at J? ort Lenoir' Rhyne 34 Newberry 12 Collins Saturday night, Norfolk, St. 20 West . Va. St. 8 Yale 9 Brown 0 Maine 27 Vermont 0 Lafayette 20 Muhlenberg . COACH ON THE FIELD, FOR REAL American Fork, at Uintah, Friday, 1 p.m. - ; Region Nine kcfe9LJ rX m i By WENDELL RIGBY Herald Sports Writer j : The play for practice games are all over now an even Baker's Dozen (13) High School teams in Central Utah are geared for the League contests which are "begin ning in Regions Five and Seven and which have one round completed in Region Nine. In the small school circuit Lehi and American Fork wound up the preseason program with four scalps hanging to their belts. Neither had a setbacks and they may not get one until they meet in what could easily be the feature contest of the Was toug,hbi,t nsfrl -- a FOB AVOUAG COACH The ( eettlVLmNT ( , . ; v fW X W W : l$!(Xif ' season.1. ' .: ' 1 e, 8, .'' , ceeded in dowing Pleasant Grove but the showing of the Vikings in this one inlicates that they may be a tough nut to crack in 21-1- -- pre-seaso- I Neither the Pioneers' or; the Cavemen had the slightest respect for the bigger schools with whom they clashed over the broken up Institute, week Schedule., Lehi' downed Springville 33-- 7 in a game that was just as one sided as, the score in-- . dicated, and American Fork snow ed under the Granger team with a avalanche. Payson gave the Class A schools some consolation' when ,they suc13-- 0 Alabama Centre wKu ill SiM & J ; L4 V-J- & ' .1 i j . 33-1- m Central Utah Amateur Gol Tourney Set 'Rubbers Fullmer-Robinso- n Fight Top Week's Schedule A . . NEW YORK ' (UPD I The Rub- - Gene won a unanimous decision J d 3-- 1 160-pou- J progi-nosticator- , , l. , the won or lost column. j In Region Seven, Lehi should have little trouble ' at Brigham Young Paced by the running of .' Brent Allred and Lynn DuBois. if the latter is back in shape, and the sharpshooting of Bob Evans j the Pioneers lock to be too tough. They have, not a big but a fast and .hard breaking line, and a half dozen ball carriers, any one of whom could easily' break up a ball! game.- ' - , I y American Fork should have (even less trouble at Uintah where .the' "Utes are having their growing; pains . The Cavemen' are tough and will not be taking any chances! j against last year's champions who! seem to have lost ; mot of their I " punch. .'' ' '' Tht "final game is a tossup be- tween Pleasant Grove and Union, but the Grovers are slightly favor-- ! ed on the, basis of home court and a5 better reserve bench. Union is, 'strong for the first eleven players, then there is quite a drop off the "r-v ' deep end. . In region Five any guesser would hate to risk his salary on the outcome of any of the games. Best guess is for a Payson victory over an injury riddled Springville team. - You can't lose three out . of a starting backfield, and then push a button and come up with a set of jnircle ball carriers. The Lions are tough again this year and the couned out until they have had some chance to rebuild. ,' The Orem Game at Carbon you take "your choice and then duck, quickly. The Miners should be one . . . 1 1 ) '. Question: Who keeps track of John Kawoczka. substitutions? Answet: The field judges who wears two green arm bands to indicate he has this duty, is responsible! for one team. In a game, the "umpire for is in charge of substitution: wears he and the other team red' bands on each arm. Where five officials are used, the back judge relives the umpire of the red arm bands and the job of keeping track rof replacements for one team. Q: Thel offensive team has the ball on its line, second down and eight to go. The ' de fensive team is offside on a play from scrimmage in which the ofrun fensive halfback goes for of 50 yards. He is tackled,' goes down and then crawls which is a foul. What is the ruling? Joe Kane. A: These are offsetting fouls. The ball is returned to where It was formerly put in play and the down is called over. The rules state that if fouls by both teams are called before the pen alty of any one of them has been four-offici- al 1s 1 AHLANDERS 430 So. Univ. Arenn Private Group By Plans for the development of the Lincoln Beach area by a private club are! moving ahead these days, according to Neil of the organHardman, president " work in the' area," Hardman, a Salt LakL trucker, said, "and we'll start dredging the harbor in the next two 'weeks. Wc plan to have the facilities ready for use by next June." In, the winter months, it is planned to have the harborarca turned into a , skating pond, so It will be possible-toperate the ization.! '"'.: ''?') The organization, known as the Lincoln Beach Boat Club, Inc., plans to offer a wide variety of facilities to boaters of the area yrhv joiji the cfubj Several! prom- project " j tie year around. . inent Central Utah boaters and Plans call for the entire area and there Will sportsmen have already joined to. be ." ;he club. be somebody, on duty 24 hours a ;i Some of the facilities to be in- day.' cluded in the development are The club membership will be loading and. docking piers, a limited to 500 persons. There will be a floating, boat clubhouse with bar, dining room and dahcing facilities, swimming dock with accommodations or X)ol and bathhouie, playground, 115 to 125- - boats. The clubhouse will cover 6000 picnic Jhd camping area, tennis courts, golf green and driving-range- , square fjet and the swimming badminton and horseshoe pool, which will have one and three-metcourts kn4 croquk courts. . diving boards and '.-we ve aireaay cone some two slides will cover 2800 feet. florid-light- ed ''"'''" . er ! 'SiTTT-l-- M..I J- Tulsa 21 Hardin-Simmon- Golf Tournament Arkansas A, play AMERICAN FORK off was held Saturday at the Al pine Country Club to break a . three-wa- v j 28 , 30-ya-rd " :! game. "Pur rushing gane apparently has jelled," said Utah State d 1 'sin Check grease seals and wheel cylinders for leakage ' if Clean, rrtspect repack and adjust front bearings. 0 Add brake fluid Today for a j AC5-22S- necessary. 21 Adjust brakes to rnantrfactut&r's specfflcaitons, ana roaa lesx. 8 14 . TheU. S. - "Sand trap shots to an elevated green aren't going to wreck Ed's came next season! 'f first steel was produced at Steel's Geneva Works in the early part of 1944." 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At Fort Collins, an 'opportunist 14 Texas Christian m m m, one urn 'It's cheaper than you think Call U SAFETY SERVICE Wichita 14 Montana St. 3 Oregon 20 Utah 17 Oregon St. 29 Houston 20 . Col. of Pacific 28 Hawaii 20 Colorado St. 8 Brigham Young . I l mm 30-ya- rd ' Sa Cham Link Fence j: - pj: 8 21 Utah St. 31 Denver Navy 15 Washington I - s Texas 17 Texas Tech 0 Rice 10 Tulane Arizona St. 24 Wash. St. Arizona 21 Wyoming 19 WEST 32 Stanford 9 Air Force 14 18 Idaho Montana 2 Colorado Kansas; St. 7 Army 28 California 10 THI5 the Pioneers to 226 yfirds. The Utahns' speedy Tom Larscheid raced 91 yards, the second lonyest run in the school's history, to set up the second Utah State ' touchdown. !'We weren't up," Roning said in the DU dressing room1 after the North Texas St. 0 14 Texas A&M Trinity (Tex.) 0 13 NE La. St. 6 East Texas St. Cincinnati EROOKFOR i ver's,! passing attack and limiting ". Valparaiso ex- - non-conferen- ce j Li 6'. bottled Planned The bubble burst Saturday for Coach John Roning's Denver Pio neers, who were flying high after two upset victor : ' I ies. Operating behind a 209 - pound line, Utah State's backs amassed 506 yards, 467 of them on the ground, while bottling up Den- Oklahoma 15 Pittsburgh 14 Abilene Christian 20 Lamar Winners Named In Steelmark Days ; 17 'L State., t SOUTHWEST tie which resulted last weekend in the tournament play ed in conjunction with Steeliimrk Days. Results in Saturdays play are listed as follows: CLIFF MONTGOMERY First Joe Hartle, Lew Lod- wick, Afmerican Fork, 71. an Is offset foul each completed, Second Harvey Hansen, Cliff cancel one American the and Lee, Fork, 72 penalties ting Third Mills, Gleft Gil of Ray the each other. It remains 74. Pleasant bert, Grove, down fensive team's ball, second and eight to go . on their More than 12,000 railroad ars line. are brought into Geneva Works Address football questions io each month. Cliff Montgomery, care of News paper Enterprise Assn., 461 . RADIATORS REPAIRED Auto Glass Installed . Specialized Work ' Evansville i s 18 7 Bald-Wallac- ' lop-side- Kansas 14 Akron 0 Denison e Western' Mich. 28 Wisconsin 35 Marquette 6 Iowa St. 10 Nebraska Ohio Wesleyan 40 Capital Washington U. 10 Wabash Payton .14 Villanova 0 Dayton 14 Villanova 0 Central St. 19 Wheaton 6 Heidelberg; Otterbein 6 j . 7 2 bull-shoulder- ; i St. Joseph's 24 Butler 6 fifth-roun- d j 17 Syracuse ex-cha- . . 7. Lincoln! Beach Development cept Montana, which is idle, play outside the loop this weekend. Utah State travels to Idaho, CSU host's Drake University in a night game and New Mexico entertains its powerful state rival from the Border Conference, New Mexico 0 Minnesota 42 Indiana 0 Detroit 26 Xavier (Ohio 6 Depauw 15 Indiana Tchrs Millikin 20 Wayne St. U. ber match" fight between cham- over Ray at Madison Squar bar! pion. "Gene Fullmer and den, Jan. 2, 1957. Robinson score - an midfor Robinson the knockout A Cen- Sugar Ray AMERICAN FORK avenging crown version (NBA Westerns tral Utah amateur golf foiiifna dleweigh oyer the features this week's light 'boxing er at the Chicago Stadium, jWay ment is scheduled for OctL 8 I. 1,1 1957. schedule.! ,. ; and 9 at the Alpine Country CJub., West of Fullmer Jordan, Utah, 'Fullmer is a favorite 'This tournament is open to to make a suc- to win this time because of his evervone. Reservations is favored at may be cessful fourth defense of, his 29, and his own successful made through the club' by Tlijirs age, diadem in their scheduled as compared with day, Sept. G. , at the new sports are- campaigning to defeats in his two John Gersten, Ray's Sugar According na in, Los Angeles, Saturday1 night. title,: fights this year with Paujl golf will the at' club, players! pro In this first show of Uhe .new Pender of Boston, recognized as be allowed a practice round on TV - fight series Saturday-nigh- t champion by New York, Friday, over the B.B.C. network, and! some, European counRobinson will be trying to" bet- tries. ter his own record of having won Pender won split decisions, over the' middleweight title five times. at the Boston Garden ii Robinson Robinson of New York and Utah t1....... 'Tun Gene are meeting in their third .. 4 . Massaf-chusett- j - . other conference teams All! 0 n Miss. Southern 28 West Tex. St. Mississippi 31 Memphis St. 20 Florida A&M 66 Benedict 0, Florida St. 14 Wake Forest 6 MIDWEST Michigan St. 24 Michigan 17 Illinois .33 West Virginia 0 Ohio U. 25 Kent St. 8 Case Tech 20 John Carroll 8 Ohio St. 20 Southern Cal 0 Western Reserve 50 W&J 12 Purdue 51 Notre Dame 19 Iowa 42 Northwestern 0 - ,' losses. "Juab, developing with each game, came through with a pair of wins during the Week,! Wednesday they beat Wasatch 'A:ademy32-7- ! in a itegion mne encounter, then came back Saturday night to coast to a 2 win over an outclassed Brig-haYoung Wildcat team that A crowd of 17,000 is expected came to life only in the closing championship fight, with the! score ' the Los Angeles arena. at even at lone victory each: moments of the game. A gaze into the; crystal ball shows plenty of trouble ahead for! this week, possibly for any and all Nothing is so uncertain as the ''can't miss" games that are on the schedule for this weeks clashes, all of them league . game ...:iu iime results an .wuu going aown in -- - A . s 8-- Beih-Cookma- Maryville 6 Presbyterian' 21 jwofford 20-1- ' Vanderbilt 21 Albany St. 13' i tough for the Union Cougars and the latter . went down to their fourth straight defeat at the hands of the talented Heber- - City eleven i who won a high scoring 3 contest. Lack of depth seems to be the :. biz cry coming out of the Basin ' . , this year. . , Elsewhere in the state there were some upsets and some top games played. Ogden Tigers bowed out of the undefeated class when Olympus turned on the heat "to beat the Junction City lads 20-- 6 in a game that t was, to say the least a shock to any and all fans. Highland ' .Rams stopped the team that many people have' thought was' an all state standout, Bountiful, as i they administered a thorough 35-- 7 spanking to indicate that the Rams pretty well stand alone at the top of .the .big school heap. East - High Leopards bounced back after some - early season troubles to down Davis Darts 0 and regain some of the prestige they have lost with their earlier 23-1- 17-1- 8-- 7. 2, L. .their own league. .Wasach Wasps proved to be too , 21-1- 9. 'ilitf it& ; only the crowd by running back a kick fumble of the night to set up its off 98 yards in the third . quarter lone touchdown. rhe margin of to give Utah a temporary 10--6 yicory was a wobbly pass from lead. New Mexico saw a 17 - 7 first Quarterback Joe Crider' to fullWard back Gates for two extra half lead over Texas Western disoints. solve Saturday night as fullback j Charlie Silt Bradshaw bulled for three Lake City, it looked M in the final half to touchdowns ike Utah had earned an upset dver Oregon when the Redskins down the Lobos, 4; with ix minutes to led, Montana up Idaho' play. But the Ducks drove 80 .passing attack Saturday to whip yards to score and handed Utah the Vandals 18 - 14 for its first ts first defeat, I homecoming victory, in nearly 10 Little Stan Uyeshiro electrified years. CSU team pounced on BYU' . Z?fo&2tf4 . If DAILY HERALD RTOWDAT, WEST J ' l ' ' CENTER ; '.:;r:V' ';T;. vreOVO !