Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on December 17, 1962 · Page 16
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 16

Anderson, Indiana
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Monday, December 17, 1962
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MONDAY, DICIMIU 17, 1H2 ANDERSON DAILY IULLITIN PAGE 17 Green Bay Club Wraps Up NFL Western Conference Title Ravens Beat St. Joseph's Anderson scored a surprising H-71 college basketball, victory ov«r visiting St. Joseph's of tho Indian* Collegiate Conference ii hardwood action at the O.C. Lewis |ym Saturday night. The win, which evened the Ravens' season mark at 3-3, came 19 a result of a fine .475 shooting average from the field. AC hit 3! of 80. Four Raven players found the range for double figure scoring totals. Kenny Strawn paced the way with 25 markers; John Teaguc got 23; Barrett Bates hit for 20; and Willie Smith tossed in 14 in a relief role. Anderson had a 46-38 lead at the halftime in the tilt. In the preliminary. Great Northern, a local independent team, defeated the AC reserves, 86-68. Jack Wilson, former single-season and career record holder for points scored at AC, tallied 42 points for Great Northern. Wilson DOW coaches at Madison Heights. Eastern Illinois will entertain in a Tuesday evening Anderson contest. Box tcores: st. Joi Farley. BodriKUfz. f Brunswick < Marclntk, f Post, g VcwlUtiKtr (Vlrshy) *•« KG nr-rtA rr rr t 7 i.« i 15 2-3 0-0 M 0.3 1-3 0-0 Totall ... 38 7-1S Morgan, * u Rccd. 1 ,.„ 3 Strawn. FC ri-FTA PF TP Bates. ( Teague, f Smith 7 ... * .—10 0-0 3.5 7.7 McMllllan 0 0.0 1-2 Western Conference title and set up a re-match with the New York Giants for the National Football League championship Dec. 30 at New York on the final Sunday of the season as records tumbled from coast to coast. • The Packers didn't have to beat IMS Angeles but they did, 20-17. for the word already had been received that the ninner-up Detroit _f Lions had lost to the Chicago J6 Bears, 3-0. The frustrated Lions, only team to stop the Packers in the 14-game season, had to settle for a Jan, Paddock. _f ............ a » ,5 6 date with Pittsburgh in the Play- TotlU ..* 38 18-25 13 94 Halftimt score: 46-38. Anderson. Referee, Teats: Umpire, Monselt. (Relervi) Great Northern FG FT TP Winrilan. I .. 1 24 Morford, f 8 0 12 Wilson, c 14 12 42 Totals Lnderso* Hall, f Sims, f 3 Eckhardt. e 34 . FG 3 When out-of-town friendj or business osiocio'e; ore in .Anderron, recommend fhe TOWN MOTEL Downtown Andtrt— 10th and Moin I • 36 LUXURY ROOMS • INDOOR FREE PARKING • PHONES AND TV • CONFERENCE ROOM • WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF EVERY. THING DOWNTOWN FOR RESERVATIONS CALL TOWN MOTEL PH. 643-6939 Garner, f R Penny 2 Bush Mundy Tolali ' 30 18 78 REDS SELL GA1NES CINCINNATI (UPI) — Outfielder Joe Gaines, who hit .231 in 63 11 fames for the Cincinnati Reds last season, was sold Sunday to the Baltimore Orioles for an un- unannounced sum. A native of Texas, Gaines is regarded as one of the fastest runners in baseball. Football League record by scoring 176 points for the Green Bay the Eastern crown two weeks ago, 11 Packers in 1900. He had 15 touch- woun( ] up with nine straight vic- downs, 41 extra points and 15 field goals. In 1961 Hornung tallied 146 points to pace the circuit. Christmas Got You Puzzled? Shell Always Welcome a from . . , Thi Star* Whira Men Lilt* To Shop Every Night U.Mtn'i Night At Galti oj- ~Tu 111 MERIDIAN Playoff Slated Dec. 30 By JACK HAND Green Bay clinched the off Bowl for runner-up teams al Miami. In the course of the Packers' victory, Jim Taylor broke the league record by scoring his 19th touchdown and Green Bay set a new high for first downs in a season, 281. The Giants' Y. A. Tittle topped the league mark for touchdown passes in a season with 33 by throwing six in New York's 41-31 decision over Dallas. The Giants had some anxious moments until X-rays proved negative after Tittle was taken to a Paul Hornung set a National hospital with a badly bruised St. Mary's Wins; Scots Lose By 3 back. The Giants, who clinched lories and a 12-2 record. Lou Michaels, Pittsburgh's defensive end, added to the NFL field goal record he set last week by kicking two against Washington for a season total of 26 in the Steelers' 27-24 triumph. Norm Snead, Washington's sophomore quarterback, suffered a shoulder separation in the first quarter and George Izo, who liadn't played through with all year, came three touchdown passes. The Redskins lost seven of their last eight. St. Louis and Philadelphia, bat- iling to see which would escape the cellar in the Eastern Conference, set a single game passing record of 834 yards before the Cardinals finally won, 45-35. Sonny Jurgensen hit for 5 touchdowns and 419 yards on 15 of 34 and Charley Johnson threw 2 TD passes and completed 18 of 33 for 386 of the Cards' passing total of 415. Johnny Unitas connected wiih 4 TD passes in Baltimore's 42-17 victory over Minnesota as the Colts came from behind with 28 points in the fourth period, after trailing 17-14. Jimmy Brown scored both Cleveland touchdowns Saturday al San Francisco as the Browns edged the 49ers, 13-10. NOW! NOW! NOW I LOANS S 550 to $ 3000 - CONSOLIDATE YOUR BILLS- REFINANCE TO LOWER YOUR CAR PAYMENTS-ANY WORTHY PURPOSE -LOWER PAYMENTS^ OUR MAROIN4 HOUSi MAJOR HOOFL1 EetoJ TIM, if THAT) TREE L, IOOMAS IFITHflO BEEN ' FEDtJA MOOSE THANKVDOVER.Y MUCW.MR PONDEROSA.BUTrM < MERELY LOOKING H-1EM OVER FOR A FttENO WHO BROKE HIS L6S SKATING.' ASSURED tLLTELL. HERE ><3U ARe,MA3OK~ REAL SEAUW AMD OtJLY ISKANC^SS AROUMDA SIT. ANDfOO'VE SOT JW % TO ("WYOWB ITS ' ECIAL RATES Fo MY FKIEWDS' BUSINESS OEAUMSSs Two Texas Teams To Battle For AFL Crown St. Mary's rolled home win over Lapel, and \isit ing Daleville dealt Highland a 6158 loss in high school basketball games played Saturday evening. Don points Wagner for St. pitched Mary's Gaels posted (heir second win in three White River contests tins fall. Tiie loss was Lapel's third in as many tests, and sixth in eight season lilts. St. Mary's now has an overall mark of 5-2. Lapel gave the Gaels quile a battle until St. Mary's was able to establish a six-point adv age in third period action Gaels had been on top, 17-14, the end of the first frame, Coach Jerome Steftenagel's scrappy Bulldogs came back to knot the count at 33-aIl by halftime. In third stanza Mary's outscored Ihen the Gaels came back- score II markers during Die final eight minutes of the game, while Lapel was getting 10. Wagner's 31-point oulput enabled him to take over Uie WRC scoring lo^d Fotrer. The now has 69 markers in three otil- ings, while Forrer's 18 in the tilt leaves him with 68 in Ihe same number of league tests. In all games, Forrer has tallied 165 points, while Wagner now has 118. shooting, St. Lapel, 20-14, from Lapel's Bob SI. Mary's junior St. Mary's has two games scheduled for this week. Tire Gaols will entertain Cadiz at the AHS gym Tuesday night, then face Markleville in a WHC affair at the Wigwam on Saturday evening. Lapel goes to Sheridan for a game tomorrow night. CLOSE CONTEST Daleville managed to hang on during last half action to edge Highland by three poinls in a game involving those two quintets Saturday evening. Highland had spurted to a 15-12 lead over Uw first eight minutes of tho tilt, but Dalevillo rallied for 19 markers in the second frame to assume a 31-25 advantage at the intermission. Though Uie Scots oulscorcd the Broncos by one point in the third period. then b.v four in the last stanza, the Laddies' bid for vic- ory foil three points .short. Don Ross led all individual scorers in the contest hy collect- ng 28 for Daleville. Tom Lantz nade 27 for Highland. Al Green managed to add 15 to the Scots' otal. Highland now has a 1-5 record for the season. Highland will entertain Summitville Thursday evening, then travel to Fairmount on Friday night for a Kit. DON WAGNER Box icores: ,apci ra F' Forrer. f 7 Hackleinan, I 3 EdrinRton, e 1 Upton, g V IS 5 FT TP Mandiclll. I BroiiLTiok, c Maliuney DoBltz — Totals .- « ID < Lapel H 19 14 10-! St. Mary 1 ' 17 16 20 11—( Referee, Laird; Umpire. Plckell. Second team (score: 39-22, Mpel. Hinchman. I Highland Tliornhurc, ft By ED riTE DPI Sporti Writer The Dallas Texans and the louslon Oilers, both of whom hrive on pressure, will be count- ng on momentum when they turn he American Football League hampionship, game next Sunday nto an all-Texas affair. The • Lone Star State teams, wned by a pah- of Hie world's r oung- millionaires, determined to orgc at any cost a strong rival or the established National Foot>all League, completed their third AFL seasons with identical 11-3 won-lost records. AFL founder Lamar Hunt's Tcx- tns, their Western Division title in the bag for three weeks, wrapped up their most successful season with a 26-17 victory over he San Diego Chargen Sunday n Dallas. Houstonian Bud Adams' Oilers clinched their chance for a third successive AFL crown 24 hours earlier in New York's bitter cold with a 44-10 triumph over Uie Titans that earned the Eastern Division flag. TITLE GAME SUNDAY Now. they'll settle the league .itle at Houston next Sunday in lieir third class of the season. Tlrey split the first two games in back-to-back mid-season schedul ng. The Texans walloped the Oil- ers 31-7 at Houston and Ule'Oilers bounced back the ensuing Sunda.\ with a 14-6 decision in Dallas. Texans Coach Henry Stram after praising his team for its re [usal to take Uie enemy h'ghtl> with the title in the bag. said he felt the showdown contest would "a fine game." We have momentum going, but so does Houston," Stram said. Houston Coach Pop Ivy. who ratched Uie Texans sandbag Uie Tommy Brooker field goals, four pass interceptions by Bobby Ply Tine running by Abner Haynes and clutch passing by Lenny Dawson, had nothing but praise tor the Oilers cut down the TJtans in 20- degree weatlier. The Tc.xans' Hayes, who had game is so good it make their yards, got but 82 yards against <issitig hard to defense, plus Uie act that Dawson is a running threat too. Their balance is tremendously troublesome." The Oilers' George Blanda, after [uarterbacking his team to its seventh successive victory Salur- lay to nose out Boston for Uie Eastern Division crown, warned )allas that Houston is "twenty- ive per cent better than the last ime we beat them." Blanda threw three touchdown passes and Billy Cannon got away o the longest run of his pro career, 64 yards, for another as the FIGHTS By THE ASSOCIATKD 1'KESS NEW YORK - Doug Jones 1R5. New York, knocked out 7ara Folloy, 195^, Chandler, Ari., Milan, Italy — Duiliq Loi. 13 flaly, outpointed Eddie Perkins ^. Chicago, 15 (for world jun ior welter title). BOGOTA. Colombia—Bcrnardi Caraballo. 114, Colombia, knocked out Ronnie De Cost, 113, Brock ton, Mass., 1. SINGAPORE — Nai Manchai 143. Thailand! outpointed Golden Huff, 1 141, Indonesia, 10. TOKYO — Tadao Kawamura 117, Japan, outpointed Manila Magallanes. 117, Mexico City 10 Eli Grba of the Los Angele Angels led the American Leagu* in giving intentional bases on bull, on purpose. cam he has to beat. "REAL FINE TEAM" "They (Texans) have a real fine earn." Ivy said, "bolh offensively md defensively. Their running chance to overtake Buffaloes' Cookie Gilchrist as the AFL rushing champion if he could gain 130 INDIANA'S fastest growing Bourbon JIM BEAM the Charger*. That gave him 1,049 yards for the season, compared witli 1.096 for Gilchrisl and 1,012 for Houston's Charlie Tolar. Brooker and Ply. both fresh off the Alabama and Baylor compus- es, tied AFL records with their four field goals and four inter-! ceplions. : Tlie league's final Sunday had another bright spot, too. The Oakland Raiders broke a 19-game losing siring to beat Boston 20-0 on three field goals by asing Ben Agajanian and the passing of Cotton Davidson. BEECH-NUT CHEWS BEST...TASTES BEST! Chews best... Tastes best... because Beech-Nut because Beech-Nut is Double Picked for is Double Dipped for cleaner chewing. longer lasting flavor. AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND WATCH FOR VALUAiLI COUPON ... now in every pack. Holiday , : Favorites in INDIANA 1 DARK eves VODKA INDIANA'S Largest Selling Vodka DARK EVES VODKA 100 Pr»l «r 10 Prut 10055Griln Ncyltll Splrill.ClinSptlni CHitlll- Inf Co., Division ol limn 6, Beam Olilillini Co^ I CI«n»nt,Bum,KtntKkr. 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