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T Page light PLATTSBURGH HUSS-AEPUBLICAM ChamplainElevenRouts Ithaca, 39-13; Wilson, Bierly, Rita Spark Win Champlain College Saturday refused to submit to Ithaca College's football eleven and thus perpetuated a glorious end to college football in Plattsburgh by swamping the Ithacans, 39-13. The Bluejays completed their home season under clear skies, in shirt sleeve weather, leaving no doubt of the oulcome at halftime, with four second quarter touch- downs. At intermission the Blue and White led, 33-7. Champlain was scoreless in the third period, taking a 6-0 lead in the first quarter and adding a TD in the final. Ithaca scored in the second and third quarters. Although the entire Jay squad clicked during the onslaught, it was the offensive play of Quarterfcack Dick Bierly, Fullback Alex Rita, and Halfback Sherm Wilson which ig- nited the Bluejay triumph. Each of the trio scored twice and on three; occasions Stan Binkewicz converted with placements. Ithaca's opening kickoff was re- turned to Champlain's 41 and the Jays began a 59-yard with Wilson going ov«r left guard from Ithaca's 4 after \three firstldowns. Binkewicz failed to convert. The visitor's held a 7-6 lead early in the second quarter before Cham- plain went on its TD spree. The Ithaca payoff drive started late in the 'first period from Champlain's 38. Soprano and Guinan spearhead- ed the ; drive with Cristello finally scoring^ from the eight. Miller's placement was good and Ithaca led, 7-6. Then Champlain struck four times quickly, tallying every time it gained possession of the oval. Two pisses to End John Roche set up what proved to be the win- ning T.D. Bierly tossed to Roche in an advance from Champlain's 27 to Ithaca's 28. Roche speared another Bierly aerial and went out of hounds on the one. Bierly went over on a quarterback sneak, Binkewicz con- verted and Champlain was on its way. Wilson tallied a moment later af- ter Kane intercepted an Ithaca pass l>n Champlain's 30. After two plays, a Bierly to Rita pass carried to the Ithaca 37. Bierly hit for eight, Wil- son smashed for four, Roche brought In a seven-yard pass gain, before Wilson circled right end on a pitch out to tally. Birkewicz, conversion was true : and the Jays were out in front, 20-7. Martin.recovered an Ithaca fum- ble on the visitor's 24. Bierly passed to Rita for nine, Rita spun for nine, and two yards gains before cracking over. Again Binkewicz converted. Just before the first half ended, Champlain recovered another fum- ble on Ithaca's 43 and on the first play Bierly passed to Rita for a TD. Biiikewiez's kick was short. Ithaca marched 54 yards for its flnttl TD in the third period. Miller tallied it with a line buck from the one. Bierly scored for the Jays on the first play of the fourth quarter af- ter the Jays recovered a fumble on -IMMca,'s 26. On three plays, Bierly went over and Binkewicz's placement was wide. Bach eleven recorded 15 first downs but Champlain outrushcd Ithaca, ; 184 to 154 yards. The Blue- Jays attempted 20 passes, completing 12 for'233 yards. Ithaca gained 72 air yards, completing seven of 13 aerials. Penalties cost Champlain 50 yards while Ithaca lost 30 through infrac- tions. The hosts averaged 38 yards on three punts while Ithaca's aver- age was 24.5 for two. Champlain fumbled three times; lost posses- sion twice. Ithaca saw Champlain recover four of six fumbles. Dallas Shirley Address Cage Clinic Here J. Dallas Shirley of Washington, D. C, president of the National As- sociation of Approved Basketball Officials, stressed neatness of ap- pearance and physical condition, in a half hour talk here yesterday at the third annual Northeastern Dis- trict interpretations meeting. Shirley, who flew here from the nation's capital, also detailed other duties of officials, asking the whis- tle Wowers to develop a standard mefhod of officiating, no matter in what sections of the country games were being played. Edward Gallagher, president of the Northeastern hoard, delivered an address on rules changes. Gal- lagher was assisted by demonstra- tions using Champlain College ca- gers. Champlain College cage coach John Madden explained the requi- sites demanded by coaches or offi- cials. Tony Papero of Peru and Clint Inglee of Rouses Point combined to show the movie \King Basketball.\ Among those attending besides the area 'board members, coaches and players were representatives from the Vermont 'board and St. Lawrence County district board. SPORTSMAN'S' DIGESTS CODE SYMBOLS FOR AIR RESCUE Bears Upset San Francisco, 20-17 NEW YORK, IB—The mighty San Francisco 49ers, boasting the only undefeated record in the National Football League, finally met their Waterloo yesterday when they were upset by the Chicago Bears, 20-17, on a fourth period field goal by Big George Blanda. Frankie Albert, who passed for one 49er touchdown, turned out to be the goat when he gambled on trying for four yards on a first down on his own 31 with his team ahead, 17-10. He missed and the Bears converted his flub into a score to tie it. In another West Coast game, the Los Angeles Rams, pulled their record up to three wins and three losses by whipping the winless Dal- las Texans 42-12. The Rams had a 35-0 lead at the half in the effort- less triumph. Herb Rich of the Rams made the run of the game, a 97-yard touchdown jaunt on a pass interception. In the American Conference, the New York Giants snapped out of the doldrums and climbed back in- to the thick of the battle. Beaten the previous two Sundays, the Giants rebounded and defeated the Chicago Cardinals, 28-6, gain- ing a tie with the Cleveland Browns for the division lead. The Browns were upset, 17-6, by the Lions in Detroit. In other games, the Green Bay Packers edged the Philadel- phia Eagles, 12-10, and the Pitts- burgh Steelers outlasted the Wash- ington Redskins, 24-23. -9 lO 11 UROUNP-TO-PLANE CODE SYM- BOLS USED IN AIR RESCUE OP- ERATIONS MEAN: 1, REQUIRE A DOCTOR; 2, REQUIRE MEDICAL SUPPLIES; 3, ALL WELL; 4> UN- ABLE TO PROCEED; 5, REQUIRE MAP & COMPASS; 6, REQUIRE FIREARMS 8. AMMUNITION; 7, PRO- CEEDING THIS DIRECTION; 8, IN- DICATE DIRECTION TO PROCEED} 9) REQUIRE FOOD & WATER> lO, NO; a, YES. USE CLOTH STRIPS^ WOOD, STONES, ETC., OR TRENCH OR TAMP SNOW FOR SYMBOLS. ACKNOWLEPGE-.VLANE WINGS ROCK. .•ITCHER8—Roger Franz, left, augments Fordham's attack with needle-point passing and razzle-dazzle ball-handling. Bobby Gar- i.. retf passes and quarterbacks expertly for Stanford. (NBA) . JZ ' w V£k£fi5fo'W*'^ ~' ' rV '~»'* y * r **-''\ m '\ ,, * l ' M '^* M -'—— ^*^« i<ai vrf '•• Bill Manley, 63, Dies at The Bronx NEW YORK, W—William Man- ley, 63, secretary-treasurer of the International League, died yester- day at his home in The Bronx. Manely joined the league staff as secretary to the then president Ed Barrow in 1911, and became secre- tary-treasurer in 1928. He had served under five league presidents •Barrow, Charles Knapp, John Toole, Warren Giles and the pres- ent head, Frank Shaughnessy, since 1936. He came to the league from the old New York Fross, where he had worked with such famous baseball writers as Dan Daniel, Ernie Lanl- gan and Fred Lieb. He was one of the most widely—known men in minor league baseball. Neuhaus Retains Title DORTMUND, Germany, \B — Heinz Neuhaus, 225%, successfully defended his European and Ger- man heavyweight boxing cham- pionships last night by knocking out Wilson Kohlbrecher, 213%, in the fourth round of a scheduled 15 round bout. , Al Demao Has'Day' WASHINGTON, (/P) — It was Al Demao day at Griffith Stadium yes- terday, and the pride of Arnold, Pa., was given a new Pontiac automobile by football fans. Playing his eighth year as a Wash- ington Redskin, Demao has done a consistently good job at center. In seven miles the Niagara River falls 315 feet which includes Ni- agara Falls and a series of rapids. IN-SURE JJN-SCHURRS IN-sur*nce Service Phone 1745 STOCK — MUTUAL \ Protection Ave. Plattsburgh \ fc^f-i*!..*!*. ,#»^.- •** PlattsbNrgh Sheet Metal Works HOT AIR OIL HEAT Have custom-built square, warm air pipes Installed In your home. PHONE 226S .•^^wt«vafc(|iyii«^.nMa^-^«\j[j>»'.i»i»(HS!Bi;^*uKs>..- Port Henry Tops Muzzlers; 12-0 In CVL Contest Port Henry High School, sparked by Lou Phinney, defeated Mount As- sumption Institute, 12-0, here Satur- day in a Champlain Valley League tussle. Phinney tallied both touchdowns for Port Henry, one in the opening quarter and the second in the final. The Port Henry scatback carried to the MAI one in the first period, after spearing a pass and cracked over the middle for the score. Late in the fourth period, Phinney toured left end for 20 yards and the clincher. Port Henry, trying bucks through the line, failed- to convert after each TD. The Muzzlers' only threats came in the second and fourth periods. Port Henry stopped an MAI thrust in the second at the 20 yard line, and the Mount, after three success- ive first downs, fumbled on the Port Henry 25. The visitors racked up 12 first downs to MAI's six, rolling up 174 yards rushing. MAI completed five of nine passes for a total of 84 yards while Port Henry advanced 36 air yards with three completions on seyen tries. Election Forces College Football (By The Associated Press) Saturday's Results Princeton 39, Brown 0. Colgate, S3, Mississippi Col. 12. Maryland 3, Boston TJ. 7. Yale 21, Dartmouth 7. Detroit 28, Fordham 20. Cornell 21, Columbia 14. Army 42, VMI 14. Pittsburgh 28, Indiana 7. Harvard 35, Davidson 26. Penn State 14, Penn 7. Colby 13, Maine 7. iucknell 28, Lehigh 6. Amherst 35, Tufts 0. Connecticut 16, N. Hampshire 12 Union 34, Williams 25. Georgia Tech 28, Duke 7. Tennessee 41, N. Carolina 14. Notre Dame 17, Navy 6. W. Virginia 24, Geo. Wash'n. 0. •Wake Forest 21, N. Carolina St. 6, Florida 31, Auburn 21. Alabama 34, Georgia 19. So. Carolina 21, Virginia 14. Tulane 34, Mississippi St. 21. Mississippi 28, LSU 0. Illinois 22, Michigan 12. Ohio St. 24, Northwestern 21. Michigan State 14, Purdue 7. Minnesota 17, Iowa 7. Holy Cross 7, Marquette 0. Kansas 26, Kansas- State 6. Oklahoma 41, Iowa State 0. Missouri 10, Nebraska 6. Texas A-&M 3f, Arkansas 12. Wisconsin 21, Rice 8. College of Pacific 14, Oregon 6. Colorado 20, Utah 14. Stanford 35, San Jose 13. UCLA 28, California 7. Washington 88, Oregon St. 13. Slate This Week NEW YORK, (!Pi—k. light box- ing program is on tap for the na- tion's fisticuffing followers (his week because of election day. Several of the Monday night clubs shut down on election eVe. One of them was the Eastern Park- way Arena in Brooklyn, site of the weekly Monday night television show. On Wednesday night, light heav- ies Dick Wagner of Toppenlsh, Wash., and Lalu Sabotin of War- ren, O., win clash in a ten at Cleve- land. CBS will telecast the bout. The Friday night radio-TV show comes from New York's St. Nich- olas Arena, where feathers Eddie Compo of New Haven and Pat Mar- eune of Brooklyn will tangle in a ten. Willie Pep, the former feather- weight king, takes on Mannle Cas- tro of Mexico City In a ten rounder at Miami Beach, OTa., Wednesday night. Another comebacker, Harry (Kid) Matthews s of Seattle, faces young Harry Wills of South Bend, Iiid:; in a heavyweight ten at Spo- kane, Wash., Friday night. Ti Eleven Tops St. Johns, 2M, il National Hockey League (By The Associated Press) Last Night's Results Montreal 2, New York 2 (tie). Toronto 4, Detroit 2. Chicago 4, Boston 1. Saturday's Results Montreal 4, New York 1. Toronto 3, Boston 2. You'll Enjoy , \REALITAOAN3 SPAtMETfT' • Steak Dinners • Chop Dinnera • Home Made Clam Chowder • Fried Oysters • Fried Shrimp Sandwiches of nil Kindt Choice Beverages Also Made to Take Oaf ti MICKEY'S TAVERN 201/2 Margaret Street PHONE 1935 Weekdays, 11 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, 11 a.m.-10:00 pan. Bluejay, Union Soccer Elevens Play 1-1 Draw Chaplain College and Union Col- lege soccer elevens played a 1-1 tie here Saturday. The contest went into two 5-min- utes overtime but neither team was able to tally further. Champlain's Bill Lindberg booted in a penalty kick after 11:50 of the first period. Pinerua of Union tied it up in the second at 15:55 on a pass from Osburg. The draw gave Champlain a rec- ord of four triumphs, one tie, and one setback. Coach Van Hartman's Bluejays will end the season here next Satur- day facing New England College of Henniker, New Hampshire. Gene DeSautels Gets Pacific Coast Job SACRAMENTO, Calif., (ffl—Gene DeSautels, 44, former manager of the Williamsport Tigers of the Eastern League, is going to man- age the Sacramento Solons of the Pacific Coast League next season. DeSautels, who piloted Indiana- polis of the American Association last season, was named to the post by general manager Charles Gra- ham Saturday. NBA BasketbtH (By The Associated Press) Last Night's Results Syracuse 117, Philadelphia 91. 'Minneapolis 81, Fort Wayne 69. Saturday's Results Philadelphia «6, Syracuse 84. New York 69, Baltimore S3. Milwaukee 73, Indianapolis 71. Minneapolis 94, Boston 81. 'Rochester 94, Port Wayne 82. Ticonderoga High School thumped St. John's Academy, 26-7, here Sat- urday In a hard-fought Ohamplam Valley League encounter. 'It' looked like a see-saw battle from the start with the score \tied up, 7-7, at halftime but Ti slammed through for a touchdown In the third period and. added' two in the fourth. Bach club tallied seven points in the first stanza. Bud Denno personally took charge of the Ti offense, crossing over for three TDs. Bob Vanderwarker punched SJA's line for Port Hen- ry's third quarter tally. Denno tallied from the eight In the first quarter, from the 12 in the fourth and again from the 28 in the fourth on a wide sweep around the Irish right end. Quarterback Al Milne tossed to SJA End Jim Ryan from Tl's eight for SJA's only score. Tom Pearl converted with a neat kick through the uprights. Several players were injured dur- ing the contest. Quarterback Pierre Arnold hurt his right ankle In the second period and saw no further action. Tl's Jimmy Young remain- ed overnight at the Physicians Hos- pital after complaining of pains on the right side. He was released yesterday following x-rays. Others received minor injuries. Albany Booters BeatPSTCby4-2 Albany State Teachers College soccer entry toppled Plattsburgh State, 4-2, Saturday at Albany. The Cardinals tallied once in each the first and fourth quarters with Marcotte and Powell being credited with the points. Albany scored once in the first period, twice in the third, and added an insurance marker in the fourth stanza. Wood led the Albany off- ense with two goals. 7 Teams Ready to Go SUNBURY, Pa., Iff)—Five teams were definitely lined up today for the opening of the Eastern Pro- fessional Basketball League's sev- enth season. 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