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OCTOBER 18….EARLHAM MEN’S SOCCER VS. HANOVER….3:30
OCTOBER 20…RHS FOOTBALL VS. NEW CASTLE….6:30
OCTOBER 21….EARLHAM FIELD HOCKEY VS. WOOSTER….11:00
OCTOBER 21….EARLHAM WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. FRANKLIN….1:00
OCTOBER 21….EARLHAM FOOTBALL VS. HANOVER….2:30
OCTOBER 21….EARLHAM MEN’S SOCCER VS. FRANKLIN…3:30
OCTOBER 22….EARLHAM FIELD HOCKEY VS. OBERLIN…12:00
OCTOBER 22….EARLHAM VOLLEYBALL VS. ANDERSON…2:00
OCTOBER 25….EARLHAM WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. TRANSYLVANIA….3:30
OCTOBER 25….EARLHAM VOLLEYBALL VS. ROSE-HULMAN….7:30
OCTOBER 28….EARLHAM FIELD HOCKEY VS. DePAUW….11:00
OCTOBER 28….EARLHAM FOOTBALL VS. MANCHESTER….1:30
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1964: Fred Hansen of Cuero, Tex., won the gold medal in the pole vault at the Tokyo Olympics, defeating Wolfgang Reinhardt of Germany with an Olympic record of 16 feet 83/4 inches. Hansen used one of the new slingshot fiberglass Sky Poles that had recently transformed vaulting. Within the previous two years, John Uelses and John Pennel, both of the United States, had broken the forbidding 16- and 17-foot barriers with fiberglass.
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1989: Shortly before the start of Game 3 of the World Series at San Francisco, a devastating earthquake rippled through Candlestick Park. More than 200 people were killed in the Bay Area, though none at the stadium, which sustained minor structural damage. The Series, an afterthought when the Oakland A’s swept the Giants, was interrupted for 10 days.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: PICKING THE BIG 10 MICHIGAN STATE…Bridges returns to the league’s best roster…. PURDUE…Edwards and Haas return to unselfish team….. MINNESOTA…Led by All-Big 10 Guard Nate Mason…. NORTHWESTERN….The Wildcats return top 5...read more
Offensive Player of the Week J.T. Barrett, Ohio State Sr., QB, Wichita Falls, Texas/Rider • Accounted for seven touchdowns, matching a career high, and 373 yards of total offense in a victory at Nebraska • Completed 27-of-33 passes for 325...read more
The Big Ten features two of the eight remaining undefeated schools in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), as Penn State and Wisconsin are both 6-0. The Nittany Lions are 6-0 for the first time since 2008, when the team started 9-0. The Badgers are 6-0 for the first...read more
This Week’s MAC Schedule Saturday, October 21 *Akron at Toledo, Noon ET (ESPN3/Raycom/WTOL TV Toledo/WUAB TV Cleveland) *Kent State at Ohio, 2:00 pm ET (ESPN3) *NIU at Bowling Green, 2:00 pm ET (ESPN3) *Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan, 2:00 pm ET (ESPN3) *Buffalo...read more
Scores: Women's Tennis - Earlham 6, Indiana Tech 3 Volleyball - Saint Mary-of-the-Woods 3, Earlham 2 (23-25, 22-25, 25-15, 25-17, 15-9 Women's Tennis Downs Indiana Tech 6-3 on Senior Day RICHMOND, Indiana - The Earlham College women's tennis team sent its...read more
OAKLAND, Calif.-The Oakland A's, fussing and feuding to the end, swept to their third straight baseball championship tonight when they defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers, 3‚2, and won the 71st World Series. Only one team in baseball history has won more World Series in...read more
NFL SCOREBOARD Tennessee 36 Indianapolis 22 MLB PLAYOFFS NY Yankees 8 Houston 1 NHL SCOREBOARD Tampa Bay 3 Detroit 2 COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL St. Mary-Woods 3 Earlham 2 WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS Earlham 6 Indiana Tech 3 TITANS DEFEAT COLTS ON...read more
2017-18 COLLEGE BASKETBALL’S TOP PLAYERS…BY POSITION *Ratings are all but freshmen POINT GUARDS Senior Joel Berry North Carolina Senior Devonte’ Graham Kansas Senior Matt...read more
2017-18 NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH BASKETBALL PREVIEW HEAD COACH: MIKE BREY, 382-187 at Notre Dame (17 seasons) 2016-17 RECORD: 26-10 2016-17 ACC RECORD: 12-6 2016 – 17 POSTSEASON: NCAA, loss to West Virginia in the second round...read more
NFL STANDINGS AFC EAST DIVISION New England 4 – 2 Buffalo 3 – 2 Miami 3 – 2 NY Jets 3 – 3 WEST DIVISION Kansas...read more
BIG 10 RELEASE Oct. 16, 2017 [ONE // buckeyes, badgers, spartans remain unbeaten on big ten gridiron] Ohio State, Michigan State and Wisconsin earned wins on the gridiron Saturday to remain unbeaten in conference play. The Buckeyes scored...read more
NFL NOTES FROM SUNDAY-GAME BY GAME MIAMI 20 ATLANTA 17 NOTES: Dolphins C Mike Pouncey left the game in the second quarter and didn't return after being evaluated for a concussion. ... LB Vic Beasley Jr. (hamstring) and RT Ryan...read more
INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL REGIONALS 4A At LaPorte Crown Point vs. Concord 10 AM Michigan City vs. Penn 12 PM At Muncie Central Noblesville vs. FW Carroll 10 AM Zionsville vs. Yorktown 12 PM At Greenfield Central Roncalli vs. Avon 10 AM Lawrence...read more
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana's contest at Michigan State on Oct. 21 will kick off at 3:30 p.m. on ABC, it was announced late Saturday night. This will be Indiana's fourth appearance on the ESPN family of networks this season. IU's contest against No. 17/16 Michigan...read more
INDIANA PRESS RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The No. 1-ranked Indiana University men's soccer team defeated the No. 17-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes, 2-0, on Sunday afternoon at Jerry Yeagley Field at Bill Armstrong Stadium in Bloomington, Ind. With the win, Indiana extends...read more
Scores: Field Hockey - Earlham 3, Ohio Wesleyan 1 Women's Golf - 7th at HCAC Championships Field Hockey Bests Ohio Wesleyan 3-1 for Second Time This Season DELAWARE, Ohio – Junior Maite Turlings provided two goals for the Earlham College field hockey team as...read more
NEW YORK-The Mets entered the promised land today after seven years of wandering through the wilderness of baseball. In a tumultuous game before a record crowd of 57,397 in Shea Stadium, they defeated the Baltimore Orioles, 5-3, for their fourth straight victory of...read more
Kokomo (Kokomo Municipal Stadium) Class 2A Boys | Fort Wayne Concordia Lutheran (16-2-4) vs. West Lafayette/Hammond Bishop Noll winner | 1 pm ET Class 3A Girls | Noblesville (14-2-3) vs. Munster/Penn winner | 3 pm ET Class 3A Boys | Harrison (West Lafayette) (18-1-2)...read more
A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 1:00 p.m. ET and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, October 15, the sixth week of the 2017 season. New England quarterback TOM BRADY passed for 257 yards with two touchdowns in the...read more
ASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL Alabama 7 – 0 Penn State 6 – 0 Georgia 7 – 0 TCU 6 – 0 Wisconsin 6 – 0 Ohio State 6 – 1 Clemson 6 – 1 Miami Florida 5 – 0 Oklahoma 5 – 1 Oklahoma State 5 – 1 USC 6 – 1 Washington 6 – 1 Notre...read more
IHSAA RELEASE Carmel took less than hour to take all five matches and put an exclamation point on a perfect season in winning the IHSAA Boys Tennis State Title for the second straight year. All three Carmel singles players finished undefeated for the year to serve...read more
He was called the Great Gretzky even before he played his first game in the National Hockey League. Tonight, in just his 11th season and before the adoring fans of his former team, he became the greatest scorer in N.H.L. history. Wayne Gretzky, at age 28, broke Gordie...read more
INDIANAPOLIS (October 14, 2017) – Indy Eleven’s pursuit for a place in the 2017 Playoffs took a major hit on Saturday afternoon in a 3-0 loss to Miami FC in front of a packed house at Carroll Stadium Miami FC was quick off the mark, opening the scoring just four...read more
RUSHVILLE CROSS COUNTRY REGIONALS BOYS Franklin Central 74 New Palestine 78 Roncalli 103 Hagerstown 113 Lincoln 120 Warren Central 124 Scecina 140 New Castle 196 Rushville 216 Connersville 245 GIRLS Franklin Central 25 Rushville 93 New Palestine 109 Warren Central 113...read more
VOLLEYBALL RIO GRANDE, Ohio - The Indiana University East volleyball team earned another victory on its weekend road trip with a 25-25, 25-26, 26-24 win at the University of Rio Grande on Oct. 14. The Red Wolves (13-16, 7-3) completed a two-match weekend road swing...read more
Scores: Men's Cross Country - 18th out of 28 at Inter-Regional Boarder Battle Women's Cross Country - 22nd out of 26 at Inter-Regional Boarder Battle Volleyball - Mount St. Joseph 3, Earlham 2 (23-25, 25-22, 25-18, 25-27,15-8) Men's Soccer - Anderson 1, Earlham 0...read more
PURDUE RELEASE MADISON, Wis. - Jonathan Taylor ran for 219 yards on 30 carries, including a 67-yard touchdown, and No. 7 Wisconsin relied on its stifling defense to overcome a three-turnover afternoon and beat Purdue 17-9 on...read more
IU FOOTBALL RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Michigan made the big 4TH-down play in the shadow of the goal posts two years ago. Indiana did not Saturday. That ultimately told the tale as the teams went into overtime for the second...read more
1994: Joe Montana, the great San Francisco 49ers quarterback now with the Kansas City Chiefs, staged a theatrical last hurrah in his final season, marching 75 yards in 81 seconds to defeat John Elway and the Denver Broncos, 31-28, at Mile High Stadium in a memorable Monday night game. Montana retired the following April.
2017 NFL SCHEDULE
Kansas City at Oakland 8:25 pm CBS
Arizona at L.A. Rams 1:00 pm FOX
Baltimore at Minnesota 1:00 pm CBS
Carolina at Chicago 1:00 pm FOX
Jacksonville at Indianapolis 1:00 pm CBS
New Orleans at Green Bay 1:00 pm FOX
N.Y. Jets at Miami 1:00 pm FOX
Tampa Bay at Buffalo 1:00 pm FOX
Tennessee at Cleveland 1:00 pm CBS
Dallas at San Francisco 4:05 pm FOX
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh 4:25 pm CBS
Denver at L.A. Chargers 4:25 pm CBS
Seattle at N.Y. Giants 4:25 pm CBS
Atlanta at New England 8:30 pm NBC
Washington at Philadelphia 8:30 pm ESPN
Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017
Miami Dolphins at Baltimore Ravens 8:25 p.m. CBS
Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017
Minnesota Vikings at Cleveland Browns (London) 9:30a.m NFLN
Oakland Raiders at Buffalo Bills 1 p.m. CBS
Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals 1 p.m. CBS
Los Angeles Chargers at New England Patriots 1 p.m. CBS
Chicago Bears at New Orleans Saints 1 p.m. Fox
Atlanta Falcons at New York Jets 1 p.m. Fox
San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles 1 p.m. Fox
Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 p.m. Fox
Houston Texans at Seattle Seahawks 4:05 p.m. CBS
Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins 4:25 p.m. Fox
Pittsburgh Steelers at Detroit Lions 8:30 p.m. NBC
Monday, Oct. 30, 2017
Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs 8:30 p.m. ESPN
Byes: Arizona, Green Bay, Jacksonville, L.A. Rams, N.Y. Giants, Tennessee
2017 INDIANA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
August 31 vs. Ohio State
September 9 at Virginia
September 16 vs. Florida International
September 23 vs. Georgia Southern
September 30 at Penn State
October 14 vs. Michigan
October 21 at Michigan State
October 28 at Maryland
November 4 vs. Wisconsin
November 11 at Illinois
November 18 vs. Rutgers
November 25 at Purdue
2017 PURDUE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
September 2 vs. Louisville at Indianapolis
September 8 vs. Ohio
September 16 at Missouri
September 23 vs. Michigan
October 7 vs. Minnesota
October 14 at Wisconsin
October 21 at Rutgers
October 28 vs. Nebraska
November 4 vs. Illinois
November 11 at Northwestern
November 18 at Iowa
November 25 vs. Indiana
- 1860 – First professional golf tournament held (Scotland); Willie Park wins.
- 1920 – Decatur Staleys play first APFA game, win 7-0.
- 1935 – Pacific Association of Amateur Athletic Union votes not to participate in Berlin Olympics.
- 1954 – Philadelphia Eagles’ Adrian Burk passes for seven touchdowns vs Washington Redskins (49-21).
- 1959 – Queen Elizabeth II is fined $140 for withdrawing her race horse.
- 1964 – New York Yankees fire manager Yogi Berra.
- 1969 – New York Nets move from Comack to Island Garden, Hempstead New York.
- 1971 – Pittsburgh Pirates beat Baltimore Orioles, 4 games to 3 in 68th World Series.
- 1972 – First time New York Islanders shut-out; 5-0 versus Pittsburgh Penguins.
- 1974 – Oakland Athletics beat Los Angeles Dodgers, four games to one in 71st World Series; makes Athletics the second team (next to New York Yankees) to win three straight series.
- 1974 – Washington Capitals’ first NHL home victory, beating Chicago Black Hawks 4-3.
- 1978 – At Dodger Stadium, the New York Yankees beat the Los Angeles Dodgers, 7-2, to take their twenty-second World Championship. New York’s shortstop Bucky Dent is named the World Series MVP.
- 1979 – D Bautista of Mexico completes 20,000-metre walk in record 1:20:06.8.
- 1979 – Pittsburgh Pirates beat Baltimore Orioles, 4 games to 3 in 76th World Series. Willie Stargell is named the Series MVP.
- 1985 – Lou Pinella named New York Yankees’ manager, replacing Billy Martin.
- 1987 – First World Series game in a covered stadium (Minnesota Metrodome) (World Series #84).
- 1988 – Dallas Green replaces Lou Pinella as manager of the New York Yankees.
- 2000 – The New York Yankees defeat the Seattle Mariners to win their 37th American League pennant.
Pete Rozelle was named general manager of the Rams. Anthony J. Morabito, founder and co-owner of the 49ers, died of a heart attack during a game against the Bears at Kezar Stadium, October 28. An NFL-record crowd of 102,368 saw the 49ers-Rams game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, November 10.
The Lions came from 20 points down to post a 31-27 playoff victory over the 49ers, December 22. Detroit defeated Cleveland 59-14 in the NFL Championship Game, December 29.
The bonus selection in the draft was eliminated, January 29. The last selection was quarterback King Hill of Rice by the Chicago Cardinals.
Halas reinstated himself as coach of the Bears.
Jim Brown of Cleveland gained an NFL-record 1,527 yards rushing. In a divisional playoff game, the Giants held Brown to eight yards and defeated Cleveland 10-0.
Baltimore, coached by Weeb Ewbank, defeated the Giants 23-17 in the first sudden-death overtime in an NFL Championship Game, December 28. The game ended when Colts fullback Alan Ameche scored on a one-yard touchdown run after 8:15 of overtime.
Lamar Hunt of Dallas announced his intentions to form a second pro football league. The first meeting was held in Chicago, August 14, and consisted of Hunt representing Dallas; Bob Howsam, Denver; K.S. (Bud) Adams, Houston; Barron Hilton, Los Angeles; Max Winter and Bill Boyer, Minneapolis; and Harry Wismer, New York City. They made plans to begin play in 1960.
The new league was named the American Football League, August 22. Buffalo, owned by Ralph Wilson, became the seventh franchise, October 28. Boston, owned by William H. Sullivan, became the eighth team, November 22. The first AFL draft, lasting 33 rounds, was held, November 22. Joe Foss was named AFL Commissioner, November 30. An additional draft of 20 rounds was held by the AFL, December 2.
NFL Commissioner Bert Bell died of a heart attack suffered at Franklin Field, Philadelphia, during the last two minutes of a game between the Eagles and the Steelers, October 11. Treasurer Austin Gunsel was named president in the office of the commissioner, October 14.
The Colts again defeated the Giants in the NFL Championship Game, 31-16, December 27.
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Tennessee 36 Indianapolis 22
NY Yankees 8 Houston 1
Tampa Bay 3 Detroit 2
St. Mary-Woods 3 Earlham 2
WOMEN’S COLLEGE TENNIS
Earlham 6 Indiana Tech 3
2017 COLTS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE
Sept. 10: at L.A. Rams, 4:05 p.m., CBS
Sept. 17: Arizona, 1 p.m., FOX
Sunday, Sept. 24: Cleveland, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Oct. 1: at Seattle, 8:30 p.m., NBC
Sunday, Oct. 8: San Francisco, 1 p.m., FOX
Monday, Oct. 16: at Tennessee, 8:30 p.m., ESPN
Sunday, Oct. 22: Jacksonville, 1 p.m. CBS
Sunday, Oct. 29: at Cincinnati, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Nov. 5: at Houston, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Nov. 12: Pittsburgh, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Nov. 19: Bye
Sunday, Nov. 26: Tennessee, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Dec. 3: at Jacksonville, 1 p.m., CBS
Sunday, Dec. 10: at Buffalo, 1 p.m., CBS
Thursday, Dec. 14: Denver, 8:25 p.m., NBC/NFLN
Saturday, Dec. 23: at Baltimore, 4:30 p.m., NFLN
Sunday, Dec. 31: Houston, 1 p.m. CBS
2017 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE
Sunday, Sept. 10: Baltimore, 1 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 14: Houston, 8:25 p.m. (NFLN)
Sunday, Sept. 24: at Green Bay, 4:25 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 1: at Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 8: Buffalo, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 15: BYE
Sunday, Oct. 22: at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 29: Indianapolis, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 5: at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 12: at Tennessee, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 19: at Denver, 4:25 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 26: Cleveland, 1 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 4: Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Sunday, Dec. 10: Chicago, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 17: at Minnesota, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 24: Detroit, 1 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 31: at Baltimore, 1 p.m.
- 1848 William “Candy” Cummings, American baseball player credited with creating the curveball, born in Ware, Massachusetts (d. 1924)
- 1859 William “Buck” Ewing, hall of fame catcher (NY Giants, Cincinnati Reds)
- 1890 Roy Kilner, English cricketer (d. 1928)
- 1906 Paul Derringer, American baseball player (d. 1987)
- 1908 Red Rolfe, American baseball player (d. 1969)
- 1917 Martin Donnelly, cricketer (brilliant lefty bat for NZ post-war)
- 1919 John Moroney, cricketer (Australian opener 1949-51)
- 1921 Maria Gorokhovskaya, USSR, gymnist (Olympic gold 1952)
- 1928 James “Junior” Gilliam, Dodgers (NL rookie of year 1953)
- 1932 Paul Anderson, American light super heavyweight lifter (Olympic gold 1956)
- 1934 Johnny Haynes, English footballer (d. 2005)
- 1935 Alan Brown, cricketer (England opening attack Brown & White vs Pak 1961)
- 1940 Jim Smith, English footballer and manager
- 1945 Dave Cutler, CFL place kicker (Edmonton Eskimos)
- 1946 Bob Seagren, Pomona California, actor (Soap)/pole vaulter (Olympic gold 68)
- 1958 Blaine McCallister, American PGA golfer (1989 Honda Classic), born in Fort Stockton, Texas
- 1958 France ice hockey forward (Canada, Oly-98), born in St. Louis, Missouri
- 1960 James Patrick Delsing, American PGA golfer (1993 New England-2nd), born in St Louis, Missouri
- 1960 Mandy Yachad, cricketer (South African ODI opening batsman 1991)
- 1962 John Dorge, Australian basketball center (Olympics-96)
- 1963 Vijay Mehra, cricketer (United Arab Emirates batsman 1996 World Cup)
- 1963 Sergio Goycochea, Argentine footballer
- 1965 Pinnaduwage Aravinda De Silva, cricket (Sri Lanka’s greatest batsman)
- 1966 Danny Ferry, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)
- 1966 Tommy Kendall, American race car driver and television personality
- 1967 Adrianne Werdel Witmeyer, tennis star (1990 Futures-Chiba), born in Los Angeles, California
- 1967 Marianne Werdel Witmeyer, tennis star, born in Los Angeles, California
- 1967 Mark Johnson, infielder (Pittsburgh Pirates), born in Worcester, Massachusetts
- 1967 Nathalie Tauziat, Bangui Cent Afr Rep, tennis star (1993 Quebec City)
- 1967 Reggie Clark, NFL linebacker (Jacksonville Jaguars)
- 1968 Heather McDermid, rower (Olympics-96), born in Calgary, Alberta
- 1969 Alfred Pupunu, NFL tight end (San Diego Chargers)
- 1969 Joe Courtney, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers)
- 1969 Theodore Ernest Els, PGA golfer (1994 US Open), born in Johannesburg, South Africa
- 1970 Anil Kumble, cricketer (great Indian leg-spinner since 1990)
- 1970 Jean-Paul de Young, soccer player (FC Utrecht)
- 1970 John Mabry, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals), born in Wilmington, Delaware
- 1970 Marciano Vink, soccer player (Genoa/PSV)
- 1970 Tasha Tsang, Saskatoon Saskatchwan, rower (Olympics-96)
- 1971 Byron Chamberlain, NFL/WLAF tight end Denver Broncos, Rhein Fire)
- 1971 Ernest Dixon, NFL linebacker (New Orleans Saints)
- 1971 Henry McMillian, NFL defensive tackle (Seattle Seahawks)
- 1972 Vicki Goetze, Michicot WI, LPGA golfer (1995 British Open-12th)
- 1972 Joe McEwing, American baseball player
- 1973 Keith McKenzie, NFL defensive end (Green Bay Packers-Super Bowl 31)
- 1974 John Rocker, American baseball player
- 1975 Francis Bouillon, American hockey player
- 1976 Sebastián Abreu, Uruguayan footballer
- 1977 Dudu Aouate, Israeli footballer
- 1979 Kimi Räikkönen, Finnish race car driver (World Championship 2007), born in Espoo
- 1979 Kostas Tsartsaris, Greek basketball player
- 1980 Alessandro Piccolo, Italian racing driver
- 1980 Ekaterina Gamova, Russian volleyball player
- 1983 Ivan Saenko, Russian football player
- 1987 Jarosław Fojut, Polish footballer