Coach Paul no Petrich. a a due "We go FAN CLUB HONORS I VIKING ROOKIES MINNEAPOLIS I/ft - A pair of Minnesota Vikingj rookies were honored Thursday by the Minneapolis Viking Fan Club. Linebacker Rip Hawkins was named the team's outstanding defensive player and quarterback quarterback Fran Tarkenton was named tnt team's outstanding rookie. on Pacelli in Final 25 Seconds AUSTIN', Minn.--A heartbreaking final 25 seconds spelled defeat No. 3 of the campaign for the Colter Ramblers here Thursday night. Cotter was bcalcn 42-40 by Austin Austin Pacclti after rallying from a 40-32 deficit late in the final period. period. PACELLI'S Ed Hanson, who led Ihe Shamrocks with 14 points, flip. pcd in a goal from Ihe baseline with 25 seconds remaining in the contest to cinch win No. 2 in the Ravoux Conference. Coder had two tries at the bucket bucket in the waning seconds but both failed and Pacelli froze Ihe ball Six Bowl Games Slated Saturday By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer The post-season football bowls, strictly year-end trimming only a few years ago, get underway Saturday with six games on the schedule, led by New York's first Gotham Bowl. Four titles will be decided under under the guise of the "bow!" title, in the Camellia Bowl, the armed forces title in the Missile Bowl, the mythical national Negro college college title in the Orange Blossom Bowl and the junior college title in the Junior Rose Bowl. ThÂ« other bowl, Dayton, Ohio's Aviation Bowl, pits New Mexico (6-4) of the Skyline Conference against Western Michigan (5-3-1). The Skyline's co-champ, Utah State, pits its 9-0-1 record against Baylor in the Gotham's first outing. outing. A crowd of about 20,020 is expected at the Polo Grounds for (he game that will be televised nationally (ABC-TV, 1:15 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Baylor's Bears finished 5-5 after a lough Southwest Conference campaign. The Bears, all in good shape, are led by All-America tackle Merlin Olsen, G-foot-5, 265-pounder. Utah State, whose defense was ranked second nationally, has a high-powered offense, of its own, paced by halfback Tom Larscheid and quarterback Mel Monlalbo. The NAIA title game at Sacramento, Sacramento, Calif., pits Pittsburg (Kan) Ihe No. 1 small college team in the final AP poll, against Linfield (Ore.) (No. 7). Both have 10-0 records. The Missile Bowl, at Orlando, Fla., will be a replay of a disputed disputed 9-7 victory by Ihe Quantico Marines over Ft. Eustis earlier this season. Unbeaten Florida AtM (Â«.?) lied for fourth in the final polls, plays Jackson (Miss.) State, which lost only once in 1 games, in Miami's Orange Blossom tilt. New Mexico's Lobos will pit their ground attack, led by halfbacks halfbacks Bob Santiago and Bob Morgan, Morgan, against the precision-passing of quarterback Ed Chlebech, who led the Mid-America conference in passing. Cameron Junior College of Oklahoma, Oklahoma, unbeaten in 10 games, meets Bakersfield (Calif.), unbeaten unbeaten in nine games, in the Junior Rose Bowl. Â· Conservation Club To Meet Tuesday MONDOVI, Wis. (Special) - The Mondovi Conservation Club will meet Tuesday, Dec. 12th, at the Legion Club rooms, at 8 p.m. There will be a progress report on the Mondovi Youth Camp. Movies Movies and slides will be shown of Canada lishing and pictures of hunting out West. An oyster stew will be served following the business business meeting and program. to hang on for Ihe win. The game was close throughout Ihe first halt as Pacelli led 10-8 at the quarter before Coller, spearheaded by Gene Schultz, came back (o lead 7-25 at halflime. Cotler Coach John Nell thought his team controlled the ballgame m the first half but a bad third quarter paved Ihe way for the Shamrocks. COTTER MANAGED only f, ur points in the third period, a field goal each by Rich Welch and Speck, and trailed 31-41 heading inlo the final frame. The Ramblers came back lo it 40-40 on field goals by Lorer. Koprowski, Welch, Speck and a free throw and a basket by Judge. But the rally fell short with Hanson's shol. Nell thought his new lineup changes played well, "Judge really really looked good oul there. Of he's green at the guard spot, he'll come a long way before seasons over. 'Czaplewski (Sam) hurt us by gelling into foul trouble early in the first quarter after scoring points. I only used him briefly (he third period and he picked fouls four and five." "SCHULTZ LOOKED (he besf has all season. He didn't do offensively in the second half but he saved us with two great defensive plays." Schultz was the only Rambler double figures with 10 points. Welch and Judge each added seven. Larry Arndt had 11 for Pacelli in what Shamrock Coach Don Carlson termed his team's best Cotter gets a week off the conference scene when the Ramblers play Wabasha St. Felix next Friday at Wabasha. COTTER (401 AUSTIN PAC. Â»Â« I g l l p M p Koprowjkl } i 4 4 Ciapfewjk.1 1 2 HanÂ»rt 4 Ruiek 0 Whalen 7 1 7 Jeflklnj 0 0 Welch 1 3, 7 Arndt Wlldenborj l o 1 Von Felt Judge 1 J 7 Jahr Speck J Â» 1 4 Bock Schultr 4 I i ID Andsrion Hiltfns Â» Â« e 1 Gobiirsch Ulwetllna Totals 11101140 Toljti 111114 4! FTM: Colter--KoprcwsXI, CKplcwikl J, Welch ], JuSgi !, Scrmltl J, Hanttn u - lek, Wltilen, AriUt J, Bock J, Jahr J, Ocbllrscri J. COTTER Â» !Â· 4 Â»--Â« PACELLI 11 is * i_4j National Hockey League THURSDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 4, Toronto 1. Nsw York 3, Del/oil j (lie). ChkJSo 5, Boston 7.