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THE aFTAWA HERALD Monday, October 30 1961 Eagles Out Front In Eastern Battle By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Sonny Jurgensen, who collected splinters and experience while Norm Van Brocklin was directing the Philadelphia Eagles, has stepped in to «uide the defending National Football League champions to the top of the Eastern Conference. The 27-year-old former Duke standout passed the Eagles into sole possession of first place in the East Sunday with a three- touchdown performance—the last a 41-yard heave tn Tommy McDonald with 16 seconds remaining to beat the upstart Washington Redskins 27-24. The TD toss to McDonald was Jurgensen's 14th of the season- top mark in the league—and pave the defending titlists a 6-1 record and a one-game edge over New j skins, who list their seventh York and Cleveland at the halfway mark of the expanded 14- game schedule. SONNY JURGENSEN in I succession and 15th over a two- i season span, had taken the lead I on a seven-yard flip from rookie touchdowns within 35 seconds in the first quarter, Bobby Franklin racing 19 yards on a fake field goal attempt and Milt Plum hitting Ray Renfro with a 12-yard pass after the Cards (3-4) fum bled the kickoff. Army-bound Bobby Mitchell, playing in his last game, rambled 56 yards for another Cleveland score. Paul Hornung, who gets physical today to determine his fitness for the Army, scored on a one-yard plunge, passed 10 yards to Ron Kramer for another touchdown and kicked four conversions as the Packers belted the Vikings (1-6). Hornung, the league's scoring leader, now has 102 points. A pass interference moved the Bears (a-2) to the 17 in the fourth quarter against the Colts (3-4) and set up the winning touch down. Rick Casares got it on a five-yard run and Roger LeClerc kicked the all-important extra The Giants dropped out of a i Norm Snead to first-year full- j P° int - The margin of victory was first-place tie when Dallas' Allen; back Jim Cunningham. j provided by linebacker Bil Green kicked a 32-yard field goal j The Eagles began from their | George, who broke through to with 1:23 remaining for a 17-16 Cowboy victory, and the Browns moved up by beating the St. Louis Cardinals 21-10. In the Western Conference, Green Bay kept rolling with a 28-10 thumping of Minnesota for its sixth consecutive victory since an opening game loss and maintained a one-game lead over the Chicago Bears, 21-20 conquerors of the Baltimore Colts. San Francisco fell back, losing to Pittsburgh 20-10. Detroit whipped Los own 20 after the kickoff with Jurgensen firing 19 and 20 yard strikes to Boby Walston, missing once, then arching the clincher to the speedy McDonald. Green's winning field goal against the Giants (5-2) came after New York had come from behind to take a 16-14 lead on a five-yard touchdown pass from rookie halfback Bob Gaiters to Kyle Rote and Pat Summerall's three field goals. Eddie LeBaron had fired TD passes of 14 and 14 vards to Frank Clarke and Dick Angeles 28-10. , , _ , i Bielski as the Cowboys (4-3) built Jurgensen started the Eagles | a -^ Q j eac j desperation drive with 50 seconds remaining after the hapless Red- The Browns (5-2) struck for two Pro Football Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Eastern Division W. L. T.Pct. Philadelphia .6 1 Cleveland 5 York 5 Dallas St. Louis ........... 3 .857 .714 .714 .571 Orange Bowl May Be Prize In Colorado-Missouri Duel By SKIPPER PATRICK Associated Press Sports Writer The Big Eight's two undefeated football teams, Colorado and Mis- State and Minnesota and California for a 5-0-1 mark. tied The Kansas Jayhawks, who hit their peak in blasting Oklahoma souri, meet next Saturday with | State 42-8, will have more than .429 Pittsburgh 250 .286 Washington 0 7 0 .00 Western Division Green Bay 6 1 Chicago San Francisco Detroit Baltimore Minnesota .... .857 .714 .571 .571 .429 .143 .143 Los Angeles 1 6 Sunday's Results Cleveland 21, St. Louis 10 Dallas 17, New York 16 Chicago 21, Baltimore 20 Pittsburgh 20, San Francisco 10 Philadelphia 27, Washington 24 Green Bay 28, Minnesota 10 Detroit 28, Los Angeles 10 American League Eastern Division W. L. T. Pet. New York 430 .571 Boston 431 .571 Houston 3 3 1 .500 Buffalo 350 .375 the winner taking over as a favorite for an Orange Bowl berth. Colorado, 4-0 in the league after beating Oklahoma 22-14, and Missouri, 3-0 with it a 10-0 victory over Nebraska, will play in Boulder, Colo. The game will match a fine offense against an exceptionally strong defense. The Rocky Mountain team, a casual interest in what goes on at Boulder. The Jayhawks are 3-1 in the league, beaten only by Colorado, and appear headed for another blistering finish. The great John Hadl had one of his better days against Oklahoma State, scoring one touchdown, passing for two, getting off a 94-yard punt that rolled into the ranked 10th by the AP last week, end zone, and in general tortur- also has a victory over Miami I ing the Cowboys. (Fla) for a 5-0 season record., Kansas' foe Saturday will be Missouri has beaten Washington I Nebraska in Lincoln, Neb., and that one shouldn't cause the Jay- hawks too much trouble. Oklahoma, former king of midlands football and a long-time national power, plays Kansas State in Manhattan, Kan., and the Soon- ers will be favored to break into the winner's column after a record five-game losing streak. Iowa State goes to Boston College after socking K-State 31-7 with Dave (Hoppy) Hoppmann gaining 271 yards in 25 rushes, including touchdown sprints of 71 and 69 yards. He also threw a 40- yard scoring pass to end Larry Monte. Oklahoma State will go out of the league for a meeting with old- time foe Wichita, Missouri Valley Conference champs, in Wichita. block a conversion attempt b> Steve Mhyra. The Steelers (2-5) raced to 17-0 first period lead against the 49ers (4-3) on a 30-yard TD jaun by John Henry Johnson, an 11 yard pitch from Rudy Bukich to Tom Tracy and the first of Lou Michael's two field goals. Jon Arnet of the Rams (1-6) ran a Idckoff back 105 yards, one yard shy of the league record, but the Lion's (4-3) well-balanced attack got the job done. All four Detroit touchdowns came on short runs with Dan Lewis scoring twice and quarterback Jim Nin- owski and Ken Webb once each. San Western Division W. L. T.Pct. Diego 800 1.000 .429 Dallas 3 4 Denver 3 5 Oakland 160 .143 .375 Sunday's Results San Diego 37, Denver 0 New York 14, Oakland 6 Boston 18, Dallas 17 Houston 28, Buffalo 16 Boston, Houston Move Up In AFL 28 Points By Boozer By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS If the St. Louis Hawks are looking anxiously at the improved Los Angeles Lakers as the top threat to their supremacy in the National Basketball Association's western division, they might save a peek for the Cincinnati Royals. What used to be a Jack Twy-. man has smoothly changed to 'a ! luck y stars ever y ^g" 1 for havin « quartet for the Royals with* : 09-'' !v * ucn scorin S machines as Gino By HAROLD V. RATLIFF Associated Press Sports Writer Coaches Mike Holovak of Boston and Wally Lemm of Houston, busy getting their teams into the American Football League's upper echelons, must thank their car Robertson, Wayne Embry and Bob Boozer joining Twyman in making Cincinnati a possible contender. Robertson, rookie of the year in the league last season, was outscored by the other three last night as the Royals beat Syracuse. 139-132 in the only NBA game. But Cappelletti and George Blanda. Cappelletti, particularly, is a one-man point wave. He scores in every way imaginable and it doesn't matter whether it's in the clutch or not. Gino comes through anyway. He scored 16 points when Boston, starting back up under new he added to his 26 points his usual i coach Holovak, scuttled Buffalo floor play, including eight assists in the first period. Then when Syracuse pulled to within four points with two minutes to go, Robertson scored six points to help the Royals pull away to their second victory in four starts. The quartet accounted for 112 j Blanda, a Cincinnati points—with Twyman professional 52-21. Sunday he ran his season total to 100 points, far ahead of anybody else, when he won for Boston against Dallas. Gino trotted out and kicked a 24-yard field goal as time ran out and Boston had an 18-17 triumph. 12-year veteran of football, has been getting 31, Boozer 28, Embry 27 j performing similarly for Houston, the defending league champion, and Robertson 26. America's Mod Popular STORM WINDOW I in its resurgence. The only dif- j ferehce : is that Blanda doesn't score as many points personally —he makes it possible for others to do it. He threw three touchdown passes and kicked a 53-yard field goal in Houston's 38-7 conquest of Dallas. Sunday he passed for four touchdowns and set a record of 464 air yards while sending Houston to a 28-16 victory over Buffalo Today Boston is tied with New York for the lead in the Eastern Division of the AFL while Houston is in third place, just a half- i game back. Houston hasn't | played as many games as Boston. i New York stayed deadlocked I for the lead with a 14-6 victory ! over Oakland. It was the first ; time in 21 games that Al Dorow : didn't pass for a touchdown but i Bill Mathis took up the slack—he | made two running. ; The Western Division of the league has reached that ho-hum stage. *San Diego refuses to lose a game or give anybody any hope of winning one. The talented Chargers ripped Denver 37-0 Sunday for their eighth straight victory and a 4H game lead over Dallas, the runner-up in the division. Cardinals To Dallas ST. LOUIS (AP)-The St. Louis Cardinals—kittens before the home folks and tigers on the road—take their sagging National Football League fortunes to Dallas Saturday for a meeting with the upstart Cowboys. The Big Red dropped to fifth in the league's Eastern Division with a 3-4 record Sunday when the Cleveland Browns beat them 21-10 before a record Busch Stadium football crowd of 26,696. Dallas upset New York 17-16 for a 4-3 record, good for fourth. Frank (Pop) Ivy's Cards have a 0-3 record at home. On the road, they have a 3-1 record. Cleveland shocked the Cards with two touchdowns in 35 seconds—the first on Bobby Franklin's 19-yard run as Lou Groza faked a field goal try. On the ensuing kickoff, Willie West fumbled, Sam Baker recovered for Cleveland and on the next play Milt Plum fired a 12-yard scoring pass to Ray Renfro. The Cards moved 45 yards after a fumbled recovery for their only TD, scored by Ralph Guglielmi from the 3. Bowling Scores WOODPK('KKE LEAGUE Mudrirk—I High 10-30 — D. Mudrick, 170-459 Downinr—n High 10-30 — C. Downing. 164-429 Utfttat —I High 10 — H. Llecerot, 185 High 30 — K. Llegerot. 461 Smith—(i High 10-30 — L. Smith. 124-353 Nalley—•-• High 10-30 — Nalley, 155-444 Ogle—•.' High 10-30 — O. Ogle, 172-451 Spartans, Rebels Have Tough Jobs By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer Call it the moment of truth, or whatever, but Michigan State, the nation's No. 1 college football team, and bridesmaid Mississippi are each going to meet a team clobbered Vanderbilt 47-0 and LSU killed Florida's SEC chances 23-0. Michigan State, which hasn't allowed a point in Big Ten competition while ringing up a 3-0 mark, takes on powerful Minnesota, last that will put them to the acid y ear>s natl °na! champ and co- test this Saturday. Bl S Ten leader - The Gophers, And so will Ohio State. Color-! who beat Michigan 23-20 for the ado and Notre Dame, three other- i Llttle Brown Ju S last Saturday, crs in the select circle that shook have won four in a row after a Pro Basketball National Basketball Association Eastern Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Boston 2 0 1.000 — New York .... 3 2 .600 Vi Philadelphia ..3 2 .600 >/ 2 Syracuse 2 3 .400 l>/2 Western Division Los Angeles ..51 .833 — Cincinnati St. Louis , Chicago . 2 .2 . 1 Detroit ....... • 0 .500 .400 .250 .000 Braves, Gorillas Roll On By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Top-ranked Pittsburg and Otta- j wa, unranked but just as deadly, continue to roll at a breath-taking pace in Kansas college football circles. Both racked up conference opponents last week and now face only two more games in their quests for perfect seasons. Ottawa, winner of 17 straight, is gunning for its second straight unbeaten season. Pittsburgh Gorillas, who nailed Washburn 40-0, travel to Emporia State Friday. Bill Presson scored twice and Gary Snadon tallied three touchdowns in the rout as the Gorillas recorded their sixth shutout in seven games. Pittsburg is now 3-0 in CIC play. Ottawa can clinch at least a tie for the Kansas conference championship Friday when it entertains Bethany's Swedes. In other Kansas Conference games last Saturday, College of Emporia kept its slim title hopes alive by dumping Friends 34-7, as Bruce Upstill passed for 194 yards Brown scored three times and Jerry Smith twice to lead Kansas Wesleyan past Sterling 33-7; and Southwestern subdued Bethal 12-7. Games Saturday send Baker to Friends, McPherson to Bethel, College of Emporia to Kansas Wesleyan, Sterling to Southwestern and St. Mary of the Plains to New Mexico Western. from the chain reaction of upsets last Saturday. Mississippi, whose unbeaten string has reached 21, meets its sternest competition of the year 6-0 loss to Missouri. The Spar tans, 35-0 victors over Indiana, are 5-0 over-all, and have beaten Michigan and Notre Dame in other severe tests. when Louisiana State plays host i This Big Ten gamCi matching at Baton Rouge. The last game' tearns with identical 3-0 marks, i Ole' Miss lost was to the Bayou ni,,,. nhin st a fp'= »n™,,ntor «n»v. Bengals, 7-3, in 1959. Now the rebels are 6-0 this season. 3-0 in the Southeastern Conference and coveting a national championship. LSU has lost only to Rice and is also 3-0 in the SEC. plus Ohio State's encounter with Iowa, will clear some of the haze atop the standings. Ohio State is also 3-0 after beating Wisconsin 30-21 while Iowa now is 2-1, after being upset 9-0 by Purdue. Aabama, which leads the SEC Both warmed up to this week's [ with a 4-0 mark, and is 6-0 over- task over the weekend. Ole Miss \ all- is expected to hang on to its lead against Mississippi State. The Crimson Tide had some difficulty beating Houston 17-0. Kansas Conference Ottawa W L T Pet. Pts. Op. Col. of Em. 6 Southw's'n 5 Baker 5 Kans. Wesl'n 3 Bethany 2 Bethel 2 McPherson 2 Sterling 1 Friends 0 0 1.000 219 23 0 .857 211 59 .786 122 77 .714 89 69 .429 117 140 .429 82 102 .286 118 133 .286 56 125 .143 32 209 .071 54 163 Letters For 30 Whirlwinds A group of 30 junior high school boys has been recommended for football letters, according to Don Kornhaus, junior high coach. The group includes five second- year and 29 first-year players and a first-year manager, Kornhaus said. They are: Second award — Terry Davis, Billy Greene, Gary Mavity, Keith Saathoff and Bill Wheeler, all ninth graders. First award — David Cook, Dwight Domnanish, Tom Hickman. Terry Lay, Larry Maloney. Steve Murray, Vic Patterson, Tom Shepherd, John Presley, Jim Thomson, Ron West and Dan Woodward, all ninth graders; Dennis Barnes, Morris Bennett, Ronnie Boyer, Rodney Brown, Dudley Calder Dennis Cook, Richard Johnston, Scott Killough, Kurt Koker, Ronnie Lloyd and Jack Shepard, all eighth graders, and Jim Honn, seventh grader. The team, which finished its regular season Thursday with one win, four losses and a tie, will play an intra-squad game at Garfield Wednesday, using seventh and eighth graders, K o r n- haus said. Colorado can pretty well nail down the Big Eight title if it beats | Missouri. The Buffalos are 4-0 in the conference after beating winless Oklahoma 22-14 while Missouri, defending champ, is 3-0 after its 10-0 dumping of Nebraska. Notre Dame, one of many which fell before the upset sycthe, may be in trouble again this week against Navy, another upset victim. The Irish lost their second after tliree straight victories, 12-10 to Northwestern, while the Middies, who had won four in a row after one loss, were surprised by Pitt 28-14. Texas (6-0) is expected to get its fourth win in the Southwest Conference against Southern Methodist after easily disposing of title contender Rice 34-7. Georgia Tech continues to pursue the leaders in the SEC, beating Tulane 350, and now meets rebounding Florida. Elsewhere, Princeton is all alone in the Ivy League following its 30-25 victory over Cornell and Dartmouth's upset by Harvard. The Tigers take on winless Brown this week. The Citadel can wrap up the Southern Conference crown against defending champion Virginia Military. VMI is 3-1 after beating William & Mary 14-7 while The Citadel, 4-1, edged non-conference foe Xavier of Ohio 7-8. Atlantic Coast leader Duke (4-1) moved a half game ahead of Scores From OTTAWA BOWL . 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While 133 94 274 157 407 118 274 108 348 69 73 123 43 155 64 185 130 381 81 142 117 340 80 103 78 361 127 124 120 371 118 89 132 338 M. White P. Miller A. Miller 117 138 378 97 86 104 387 89 88 1115 282 157 148 131 426 Sunday's Results Cincinnati 139, Syracuse 132 Saturday's Results Boston 132, New York 102 Philadelphia 119, Syracuse 115 St. Louis 122, Chicago 95 Los Angeles 135, Detroit 126 Tulsa Won't Forget BUI By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wichita's Bill Seigel is a man Tulsa isn't likely to forget for • long time. Seigel, a 212-pound tackle from Sharon Springs, Kan., kicked • 39-yard field goal in the last quarter to give the Shockers a come- from-behind 9-7 victory over Tulsa and a second straight Missouri Valley Conference football title Saturday. e Seigel, a year ago, enabled Wichita to beat Tulsa 21-20. He kicked three conversions in that one. Last Saturday's game was played in 35-mile-per-winds with gusts up to 48 miles. Tulsa's Art Ncece, a fine place kicker, missed four field goal tries, the last one blocked by Wichita's Leroy Leep as the game ended. The Cincinnati Bearcats defeated North Texas State in a mild upset 21-9 in other Valley action Saturday. Phil Goldner ran 55 yards tn score on a pass inter- I ception for the clincher. | Bobby Smith. North Texas back, j took over the league rushing lead with 89 yards in 18 carries for a total of 369 yards in six games. That's a fil.5 average, one-tenth of a yard better than teammate Billy Christie. Tulsa, 0-2 in the conference, and Cincinnati, 1-1, complete family business at Cincinnati Saturday. A Tulsa victory would put the Hurricane, Cincinnati and North Texas in a tie for scond, third and fourth places in the four-team football league. Wichita continues this week against Oklahoma State in Wichita. North Texas takes on Drake in Denton, Tex. Drake and Bradley, Valley members who do not play for in Des Moines last Saturday, Drake winning 24-13. North Carolina (3-1) with a 17-6 victory over N.C. State. Utah c , , J .. ... . ,.„.., '• memoers wno no noi state can tie Wvommg (4-0-1) for i,. . „ ,, 4 -., . ,, o, ,. .-, •, , , .>, the football title, met the bkyhne Conference lead with a victory over Brigham Young after the Cowboys ended Utah's first-place hopes with a 13-6 win. UCLA, beating Stanford 20-0 for its first Big Five win, takes on California (0-1) this week and co- leader Southern California meets its second conference foe, Washington (1-1). Rutgers, the nation's other unbeaten (5-0) team plays Lafayette after beating Penn 2S-6 while Pitt and Syracuse will try to unjumble the Eastern picture when they meet. Syracuse smothered Holy Cross 34-6 while Army, another contender, was losing to West Vir- T - u T •>, „:_:. 7. b Jim Rogers, Lamar, Mo., wai gima 7 ' 3 ' third with 65.77. 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