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PRESS Tittle, Rum* a m e impossible to foreet trade has weapon In a the of the experience 27 passes Browns toward title their guidance, York an last four and over pace Sunday, Cowboys stil including tb over Detroit command and San the run Packers, with one the contention 38-23 edged and 30-27. passing, touchdowns Y. A. in about from 1 and 11 other interception contributed Chain Minnesota Would Have Accepted Bid MINNEAPOLIS AP) -- Minn*, sou was ready to accept Â· Bowl bid If It had been offered them, it was revealed Sunday. The Minnesota administration had decided It would accept a second straight bid to the grand daddy of all bowl games If the Gophers had captured a Big Ten conference tie Saturday. But. Wisconsin upset the applecart applecart with a 23-21 victory and Ohio State went on to an undisputed conference title with a 30-20 thumping of Michigan. SUH Poulbto There Is still a possibility that the Gophers will get a bowl bid. No. 1 ranked Alabama has voted to go to the Sugar Bowl rather than the Rose Bowl and Ohio State has constantly opposed the postseason postseason classic. If both tho.se schools should turn down an Imitation, Imitation, the bid would probably go to Louisiana State or Minnesota, jwith the Gophers having the .inside track. TWO POINTS! -- An open-mouthed Ed Hanson drives in for two of his 12 point total despite the menacing, outstretched outstretched hand of St. Cloud Cathedral guard Jerry Linskog ( 2 5 ) and Bob Sexton ( 5 3 ) , moving up at right. Pacelli Pacelli center L a r r y Arndt (42) and guard Bill Jahr 'in background) are others m the picture Coach Don Carlson's Carlson's Shamrocks lost their first game in three starts, tumbling to the Crusaders, Crusaders, 48-44, in an overtime session Saturday night in Paceli's home opener. opener. (HERALD Photo by Ken Hanson). Skippers Dump Cavaliers Twice MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (AP) The Twin City Skippers captured a pair of National Bowling League contests over the weekend and in the process dealt San Antonio in llth and 12th straight league losses. Bob Strampe's five points paced the Skippers to a 15-10 victoi^ Saturday night. A 267 second half game by Earl Johnson helped wipe out a 12-8 San Antonio margin In the Skippers' Skippers' 23-17 win Sunday. Johnson's big game came after Bob Strampe compiled two points to narrow a 12-6 balftirae disadvan- age. Pacelli Falls in Overtime By GORDON BELSHAN HERALD Sports Writer Coach Don Carlson's Pacelli Shamrocks missed a golden opportunity opportunity to win their Saturday night home opener In regulation time, then tumbled In overtime to Tom Hamm - led St. Cloud 'athedral club. 48-44, to break a two-game winning streak. Center Larry Arndt misled Connelly, meanwhile, In his first!' ~~ season at Cathedral, felt his I AT MANKATO INVT'L team's edge in rebounding was the thing which kept them in the game. And of course, there was Hamm. Errors Hurt Improvement in the mechanical error department, which Carlson I had listed i his club's as 100 per cent after first two games, just Austin High's True Wins 138-Pound Title single free throw try with 35 sec- j wasn "t there Saturday night. The MANKATO, Minn. -- Austin onds left and that was the signal 1 Shamrocks stalled end stammered ( High's Tom True, nmnenip the or the Crusaders to go to work I w ^en they should have been push- past tuo years in the 127-pound (bracket in the state tournament, bret/ed thiough f i v e opponents -four -four on decisions and one in a fall 'acelh came down with the over- ln " the b ' !l1 at ful1 for ^e imp session opening jump, but Next actlon for t h p CarlÂ«on failed to score, giving the win coached team is set for Saturdnv ners a chance to feed Hamm. who ended with 28 points. And they did (AP' added chain of Gnf- f e d the.r fi-i 28th points. w h e n Hopkins Blake, a 59 - r 'Â«'" to Pacell, during the lUMi Shamrock co - captain Ed Han- hl season ' comes to town - cond leading Pacelli scorei of free son, s with 12, missed a pair throws and again the way was pavtd for Hamm. The Crusaders of Pat Connelly responded and ace for this 27th and SHAMROCK BOXSCORE are 1 sitjn and Class C it League the Cl will be 57 pass on conversion attempt enough explaining Wis Wheeler and D.ck after w-ere Wheeler and Robin Bill Jahr. 5 - 10 guard, then pumped in the only overtime ba.s kct for Carlson's team to make it 4fi . 44 A foul cave Cathedral it-last it-last chuiice to add to its margm w i t h Ci seconds remaining and Ji'iry L'nskog made both of them for UK final four-point gap. I naffected by Defense Hamm was unaffected by the I Sham rut-- defense throughout the game The bit; bov turned out to I bo tniuhcr than had been antici p a t t d ami shoved his some 200- fxiund m o u n d ir a very coordinated coordinated manner which kept the lowers a' l-ay. J.uir, th shor'ot man on the floor fiM-hed stcond to Hamm w i t h 20 [xunt-- -- emht of them baskets f i o m th? 18 to 20 foot rnnLe St Cloud's lorn Stuerak and Paii'lli s H.m^on were the only oilier in double figures with 13 and 12 respectively. Afu-r the game Carlson blamed the lo^s 0,1 a " oft" often^e and f . u l u r 0 to cnpitah/e on scorinc op|xrtanitioÂ«: He admitted before the t i i o t f hat he Â£ \ p ' t t e d Hamm tn \Ki the center of Cathedral' 5 offence, but fic.'.ed they could atop hiin Carlson Comments Abwt the f a i l u r e to rally in the overtime si-sion, the former St John's pioiiuate commented- "W.- just couUln t come up with the stenny 'hrt-o-niir.utes of play we need'-d " Although the fered throinh a cold s quarter. on( e they began they pushed th PACELLI (44) CATHEDRAL (48) FG FT TP FG FT TP Hanson f 5 2 12Vosi f 0 0 0 Sheedy f 2 1 5 Sexton f 1 0 2 2 0 4 Hamm c 14 0 28 t 4 20 Halstrom g 0 0 0 g 1 I 3 Linskog g 0 3 3 0 0 OStucnak f 5 3 13 c 0 0 0 Jrsop e. 0 0 0 Opatz g 1 0 2 Arndt, e Jahr g TOTALS is t 4iTOTALS PAscc ^, br Q u a r f c r s 9 3;) Cothtd^ai u 21 21 6 48 n a -- in w i n n i n g the 138 - pound di-| v i M o n at the Mankato In\ itational \Viestlmg Tournament Satuiday i John Morrison (95). Garv Sparks (145) and Paul Stephani ' (heavyweight) also were heavy point . scorers by advancing lo the quarter-finals before losing for loach E. s. (Sk) \V'ilco\' Packers. True won four decisions prior to his championship match w i t h (iene Johnson of Tniman Thc ( \ " s t i n Hiuh senior took 3 10 in 'h it 11 I'l h tiefore lie |nnm il John ^"i I M I I had earliei toes at I H . I I pin positions on a number of occasions, occasions, but just couldn't quite make the grade. Morrison won (he first two matches by pins betore dropping a 6 . 0 decision. Sparks had a first-round Lve. pinned his second round foe and then was decisloiied in the quarter-finals. quarter-finals. After two decision victories, victories, Stephani was ahead of hi* opponent when he suffered a puj setback. Other first-round victor* -- and also point-getters -- were Dean Osland (103), Rich Bumgartnrr (120). Ed Bakke (120). Charles Overby 138) and Jerry Shupp (154). Stevp DeFor (134) anl Gary Mrphanl (173) received first-round hvcs, but lost tlit'ir Â«e\t matches. going to fine k , , a lhan , ha ' f P f C "' kmade ? ' of 16 ' of ? e ' r *TM throw chances was P"*^ ^ c bl 8Â« esl one In a post-game analysis. PREPARE FOR BOUT was TORONTO OH -- World heavy- half weight champion Floyd Patterson field and challenger Tom McNeeley I are in Toronto for their Dec. 4' title fight at Maple Leaf Gardens | r|' McNeeley, the Â»year-old Boston Boston challenger, arrived Sunday! Pattenon has been in Tor- NOT, SKIP . . . AND S C O R I ---Austin ---Austin High forward Del SÂ«ri|em (52) does just that as he comes down after tossing up a shot over Spartans' Ed Byhre MSI, formerly of Fanbaurt, and RUM Eliason (55). Chuck Thom- son (5U and Bob Lary (25) are other Richfield players pictured, while thÂ« Packers' Mike Burke is at right. Aus- t.n H^gh won easily, 77-57. (HERALD Photo.