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•1 Pig* TM •UTTSBUIIOH •KESS-M'USUCiW—SATUHMY, NOVtM«l« I, 1M1 Pi PI T. A \Pre held Mon now net* chui Rl serv I nth the Prej *t stai holt osojj Won upoi lean \1 entl said *peai dan by ) Moi he a on : T prei Chi sem urg> day pra: • try, ma: erifc to lull Ci w A ligs be ext S the 10 i nin . K Pet 8ai 5:31 B the con C cell 9, a bra S Cat ten Da: B< TV A Yoi der Trc afti tint 1 SCO car 1 put dor, SCO the ceo A frei rail , coa I f I Bluejay Ends Jays Slightly Favored ToCop 2nd of Season; KickoffSetfor2P.M. •Although there has been no direct comparison between the fwo teams, Champlain College will be slightly favored for the second week in a row when it faces Ithaca on the football field on the .local campus at 2 o'clock this afternoon in the final home game for the Bluejays The.basis for selecting thcBlue- jays over the visitors i s the com- parative records of th e two ele- vens fo r the,ggjnfis. of the past season. Champlain ha s a mark of one victory and four losses while Ithaci), has played, a scoreless dead- lock arid four losses. That does not give champlain much of a n edge for tlje two have not played com- mon opponents. But the fact that Ithaca has scored' only three TD' s i n its five game* \while the Jays have rang up 10 indipates that Champlain ha s a mor e efficient attack which ha s racked up, scores against teams whioh probably arc stronger than those the Ithacans have met . Coash. Moose Woerner's eleven has chalked up three touchdowns in eaph of its last three games— against St. Lawenee. Norwich and Loyola., Ithaca scored only on Mansfield Teachers in its opening game; s^nd on Cortjand, to which it succumbed by 39 to 6. The Bomb- ers have been blanked by Brock- port, Wilkes and Lock Haven. Another indication that Cham- plain is finally ready to use both barrels of its attack was seen last Saturday against Loyola when the running maneuvers clicked for a total of 220 yards, something that the Jay s have been unable to do in the previous four games . During the second half, the Blue- jay quarterbacks tried only a few passes, hitherto the chief weapon of their offense and relied upon running plays for the gains which were substantial. Woarner will have all hands available for the contest and likely will gp. alpng with the same start- ers wh o answered the opening kick- off last week. The probable offensive lineups and jersey numbers: ITHACA CHAMPLAIN LE 83 Mamula 74 Roche LT 72 Melle 64 Binkewicz LO 60 DeKay n Boync C 50 Pulvlrent 66 Davidson EG 63 Olzewskl 85 Wilmot ET 74 Hockaday 76 Wlslnskl BE 84 Marotta 65 Nicholson Q 30 Orandtisch 22 Blerlv LH 33 Crlstello 31 Wilson BH 32 LoGteca 72 Prledlander 22 LaPlaca 34 Rita ITHACA SUBSTITUTES — Ends: 80 McCarthy, 82 Schorr, 86 Matthews; Tackles: 73 Thomann, 79, Brown; Guards: 61 Chaple. 64 Stohrer; Centers: 51 W. McFarlane. 62 Hoxle; Backs: 20 Monroe. 21. Soprano, 23 Gulnan, 24 Horn 26 Emery, 27 LeRay, 28 Kniffen, 29 Pllor. 31 A. McFarlane, 34 Miller. CHAMPLAIN SUBSTITUTES — Ends: 50 Ferenclk, 51 Herd. 53 Mendes, 60 Martin; Tackles: 63 Mason, 68 Hogan; 71 Viarengo, 80 Mital; Guards: 10 Da- verio, 20 Misenheimer, 35 Porman, 70 Kane, 73 Leigh, 81 Moulton, 83 Eobin- son; Backs: 17 Blauman, 21 Cresswell, 2S,.. Pertraca - 2 7 Trotto, 30 Chura. 33 Williams, 41 Perry, 42 Blando. 54 Hen- drlx. 62 Gasparrlnl, 67, Denton, 69 Pas- ko. 75 Tasker, 89 Herman. REFEREE—Fred stull. •UMPIRE—Peter Betrus. LINESMAN—Gordon Harris. SPORTSMAN^ WSEST H fid/sharp AVOID'BLOW FLIES ON GAME MEAT.... S RESH BLOOD COAGU- LATES AND DRIES RAPIDLY WHEN EX- POSED TO THE AIR. A HARD GLAZE RE- SULTS THAT SEALS THE FLESH AND REPELS BLOW- FLIES ON MOST AREAS. MOIST •ORAINIMG AREAS THAT WILL NOT GLAZE PROPERLy MAY BE SPRINKLED HEAVILY WITH BLACK PEPPER FOR A REPELLANT. S TRI/W OFF ROUGH GUN-SHOT EDGES BEFORE ©LATINO CHEESECLOTH OR MUSUN COVERS AW WITH 0RyiN6 BLOOP TO SEAL AN EFFECT- IVE SCREEN. QUARTERED MEAT CAN BE HUNG IN COTTON FLOUR SACKS. Political Advertising Meet Republican Candidate! at City' Headquarters tonight 7 to 8 P.M. - Movies, Refresh- ^ments and dancing Bratton TKOs Miceli In Eighth Round NEW YORK, </P)—With blood streaming from his left eye, John- ny Bratton overpowered GI Joe Mi- celi in a sizzling -welter .brawl last night to score a technical knockout in 18 seconds of the eighth round at Madison Square Garden. Brat- ton weighed 148, Miceli 146. •Turning the full stream of his fiery attack on the bewildered Mi- celi, who was floored for eight in the first round and seven in the seventh, Bratton forced Referee Harry Kessler to intervene in the eighth as he rained punishment on the 23-year-old Ne w Yorker, home on an Army furlough. Bratton, the ex-NBA waiter champ from Chicago, took charge in the early rounds but ran into a heavy hail of Miceli's left hander punches from the third through the sixth. Wildcats Win, 29-0 MIAMI, Fla., </P> — Kentucky's great pass-catching end, 212-pound Steve Meilinger, moved into the quarterback role for the first time in a brilliant football career last night to lead th e 'Wildcats to a smashing 29-0 victory over Miami's favored Hurricanes. SWING YOUR PARTNER!— , Kagamisato, left, an d Yoshi- I [bayama are no t fat men danc- . ling. They're 400-pound. Japa- ; Inese Sumo wrestlers exciting i the fancy in Tokyo . Kagamisato J (pushed his honorable opponent , jove r the rope to win . (NEA) ; Political Advertising VOTE NOV. 4 FOR AARON M. SCHEIER Aaron M. Scheier pre- sented the resolution providing' right of ap- peal to the County Civil Service Commission and to the courts by county civil service em- ployees. Union Booters Face Bluejays Coach Van Hartman's Bluejay booters will have two marks to up- hold this morning when Champlain College tackles the Dutchmen from Union College on the local campus field. They will be fighting to main- tain their undefeated record against United States college teams and t o keep their goal unsullied. The con- test is slated to begin at 11 o'clock. Only the soccerites of McGill Uni- versity have been able to score on Hartmen's eleven, booting home four goals as they won by 4 to 1 at Montreal, in the third contest of the season for Champlain. The Army Jayvees, Albany Teachers, Oswego Teachers and Geneseo Teachers could not get the leather past Goaler Stan Gutin and his fullback assist- ants, Capt. Bill Burger and Ismet Baker. Union Center Forward Howie Os - borg, high scorer two years ago has been carrying the brunt of the scor- ing attack, backed up by Enrico Pinerua of Venezuela and Arturo Tanco of Manila of the forward line. Jordan Greenfield, in goal, has been a strong factor in Union's wins to date. With most of his me n recovered from last weekend's trip to Geneseo and Oswego where they ran across rough and trough opposition, Hart- man plans on using the same lineup which has tallied nine times in five games while allowing only the four against it. Besides Gutin, Burger and Baker, it will include: Bill Lindberg, Be n Romanasky and John Lindberg at the halfbacks; Herb Rudolph at cen- ter forward; Art Factor and Bill Miller at the wings; and Bred Brandt and Bob Moroney as for- wards. Giardello, Giambra to Meet for State Title NEW YORK, m—The New York State Athletic Commission yester- day approved the request of a Buf- falo promoter to open a, tournament for the New York state middle- weight championship with a bout pairing Joey Giardello of Phila- delphia and Joey Giambra of Buf- falo. Promoter Jack Singer of Buffalo made the request t o bill the bout as the kickoff of a state tourna- ment. H e ha s announced no date for the rematch of a torrid Giar- dello-Giambra bout a t Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway, Oc t .13. Giar- dello won a unanimous decision. Mooers Gains 'B' Soccer Championship Mooers Central School gained the Section VII, Class B soccer cham- pionship swampin g Rouses Point, 11-0, yesterday on neutral Cham- plain Central School field. Scoring for the winners were Bob Dragoon with one goal, Ernie Sam- ple with four, and Billy Leahy with a penalty boot. Lake Placid High Overpowers Pittsburgh, 40-14, In CVL Game Lake Placid High School leaped its final high hurdle yes- terday in its dash to the Champlain Valley League football championship routing visiting Plattsburgh High School, 40-14. I t was a combination of Ray Ed- gley, Ken Porter and Joe Edgley, Bob Sears and Joe Edgely and Joe Edgley which figured into the rout of a wide open game, with neither eleven displaying a semblance of defense. Little Ray scampered for two touchdowns in the first half before Porter romped for one i n the sec- ond, sandwiched another pair in before Porter dashed 49 yards on a pass interception a s the game ended. Between the tallies, Sears ac- counted for several long runs which set up two TD s PHS crossed pa y dirt in the sec- ond and final heats and threatened Placid's clasp on first place in the loop during the first half only to have the Blue Bombers rebound in the second half to score on two pass interceptions, a fumble and a 25-yard sprint by Porter a s the sec- ond half opened. Edgley cracked right end twice for the first two TDs, a i5-yard run in the openng quarter and a 23- yard romp in the second before a Wayne Benson to End Dale Tucker pass narrowed the host advantage to 13-7 before halftime. yo «.CAAI<WNTH,S ^gggpif^. W,T \ \'IMCIE Iw , -ws^\* only SIR.OO . DOWN Balance in easy monthly pay* ments Imagine owning this superb new office typewriter features. Com. portable! 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PHS rammed through Placid's forward wall- for its second TD i n the fourth period with Benson smashing over from the five. - MAI, SJA to Play Hoitie Tilts Mount Assumption Institute and St. John's Academy will field patch- ed up lineups here today when the Plattsburgh schools respectively face Port Henry High School and Ticon- deroga. The MAI-Port Henry clash is sla- ted for the Plattsburgh High School gridiron while the Irish take on Ti- conderoga on the SJA enclosure. Both tilts will start at 2 p.m. His squad riddled with injuries* MAI Coach Al Pajonas was unable to list neither a starting offensive or defensive string until h e checks doctors' reports this morning, it seemed certain that with foi seniors definitely out of the lineup,. Al will be forced to use several boys on both offense and defense. Meanwhile the SJA squad sufferedfp, a serious loss in Bob Ducatte, \ was injured last week when tl Irish trampled Northw6od School in a Ion-league encounter. Jerry deGrandpre also suffered a n injury during practice this week, and probably will no t be used in the backfield. , Roger Tolosky, SJA mentor, saldj last night that Pierre Arnold will quarterback the big Green and White eleven with Dave Boss and Dave Cronin at halfbacks and Tom-- my Mannix at fullback. ;ll The same forward wall, which has, received the nod the past two weekl, will get the green light again todajf., tare Weekend Grid I ! |vV YOFiK, (AP)—The football savants who seqrc! \ n ca^ talent can concentrate on two big games t ie their second-string assistants to check up pri . ppects. impressively big and ; sohedule t o usher in j rs |.'.ut!dg9i of November, but „ compare with Georgia 5, and UCLA-California in h rg ;\ech. the No. 4 team in | c t ibilitj- and excitement. Kel Associated, Press rank- getting .hack into the race'.fc title an d Rose Bowl by wirini: daj». \' Michigan State takes on P co-leader of the Big •&&}, State won't join officially ' next year. . Purdue, rated eighth, f cjij!ffi „ „„, .„.„-.Jjuce an upset here. Ma|y$n p 0li id Duke, No. €, will bejvjfck 2 tea\ 11 , apparently has'a l or' the mythjeal chajn-s, ^S^ 01 ln Bos ton Unlvers'fts hir the Souths' But (firf $* B 4\* 1 'between Jack Soarbat ,ea» and Southejji Conljr^ 'ftowy Agganis, two of tlieI'JM Political Advertising College Football (By Th e Associated Press) Kentucky 29, Miami (Fla) 0. Clemson 13, Boston College 0. Chattanooga 7, Louisville 14. Villanova 20, Parris Island 20 (tie) tat^on't be at stake. SUjcr feou 11 Conference reportedly\ H^ead; rescind itt.ijtwl ban, oe considered as prime Ida or Jan. l Ws. !L_.\iked seventh, is one of ur-en an d untied Pacific jas t c ven ce teams. The other Soufi California, idle this yj/i&k. 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