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^ THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, November 6. 1961 les Lose Top Defensive Player Bv BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer j ! The Philadelphia Eayles won: the battle, but suffered a casualty that could make a big difference in the final results of the National Football 'League war. Tom Brookshier, the Eagles' defensive captain, suffered a compound fracture of the right leg in the fourth quarter of Phil- i adelphia's 16-14 verdict over Chicago Sunday. The 1960 all-pro defensive halfback, generally regarded as one i of the league's finest pass de- i fenders, will be out for the sea-! son. "It's a costly blow to us," Philadelphia Coach Nick Skorich said. "One of our rookies will have to grow up in a hurry." He named Glen Amerson and j Irv Cross as replacements for the veteran from Colorado this week when the Eagles, leading the Eastern Conference with a 7-1 record, play the first of two vitally important matches with pressing New York. The Giants stayed one game back of the Eagles, winning their sixth against two losses in a 53-0 rout of winless Washington. Green Bay, the Western Conference leader at 6-2, was victimized by Johnny Unitas and the Baltimore Colts 45-21, but retained its one-game lead over Chicago. In other games, San Francisco and Detroit remained tied for Big One For OU By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The big games of the season finally have arrived for Pittsburg and Ottawa, heretofore undisputed kings of Kansas college football. In night games next Saturday, Pittsburg accepts Omaha's surprising challenge for CIC honors, and Ottawa travels to nearby Baldwin for its annual struggle with arch-rival Baker. To the winner of the Pittsburg- Shockers Looking For Bowl By THE ASSOCIATE PRESS The Wichita Shockers continued their winning and bowl hunting ways Saturday by knocking off the Oklahoma State Cowboys 25-13 in a non-league game at Wichita. The Missouri Valley Conference champions got their seventh victory of the season against one loss with Alex Zyskowski passing for 163 yards and throwing for one touchdown. third in the West, playing a 20-20 tie; Pittsburgh upset Cleveland ! 17-13: St. Louis used pass interceptions to beat Dallas 31-17 and Los Angeles took Minnesota, also 31-17. The Detroit-San Francisco game changed complexion three times in the last 65 seconds. Tommy Davis kicked a 34-yard field goal with 1:05 left to pull the 49ers into a 17-17 tie. Then Jim Martin booted one from the 24, giving I Detroit a 20-17 lead. With four i seconds left. Davis tied it again j on a 41-yard effort. It left each team with a 4-3-1 record, and coaches Red Hickey of San Francisco and George Wilson of Detroit both say they still have a shot at the title. Unitas, showing his old-time form, passed for four touchdowns as the Colts beat Green Bay. They played on even terms until Lenny Moore got off on a 38-yard touchdown run with a flat pass just before the half ended. That gave the Colts a 21-14 lead, and they took it from there. Clarence Peaks bulled over from the two in the third quarter, giving Philadelphia a 16-14 lead ship of the CIC. Both are unbeat- \ over Chicago. The Bears failed on Ahead Braves Omaha game goes the ehampion- DOGGONE GOOD GAME — Dogs played quite a part in Pittsburgh-Syracuse football game. There were four dogs cavorting at various times on playing field. At left. Sam, fraternity mascot, chimes in as Syracuse for.nd plays National Anthem. At right, Syracuse team manager Don Cook unceremoniously carries wet and shaggy dig off field after pooch tried to join kickoff. Nothing bothered Syracuse gridders, though, who rolled to a 28-9 victory. See Texas In Top Spot en in the league race, but Pittsburg will carry the extra prestige of the nation's No. 1 rating into the game. The Gorillas made Emporia State their eighth consecutive victim last Saturday 35-0, in usual quick-striking fashion. Robert Fulton scored twice and Phil Vogrin passed for one touchdown, scored one and booted five extra points in the rout. Baker doesn't figure in the Kansas Conference title picture—only College of Emporia retains a chance—but the Wildcats (6-2) figure as a threat to Ottawa's 18- game winning streak. Ottawa defeated Bethany 28-6, last Friday, while Baker rambled to a 26-12 triumph over Friends last Saturday. Meanwhile, College of Emporia, loser only to powerful Ottawa, kept its slim hopes alive by trimming Kansas Wesleyan 25-6, with Bruce Upstill playing the starring role again. Hitting 14 of 29 passes, the 180-pound Upstill passed for two touchdowns and accounted for 281 yards total offense in the Presbies' rout. In other games, Bethel came Both the Sun Bowl at El PaSo ,'frdtti behind to defeat McPherson and the new Aviation Bowl at Dayton, Ohio, have indicated interest in Wichita. Chances are Wichita would accept an invitation to either. Tulsa jumped on Cincinnati 19-0 to throw the runner-up spot in the standings into a three-way tie. The Hurricane, Cincinnati and North Texas State each completed its league slate 1-2. Stop Fight Over Ball 19-7; Southwestern trounced Sterling 39-7; and New Mexico Western whipped St. Mary of the Plains 22-7. Kansas Conference W L T Pet. Pts. Op. two field goals in the fourth that would have won it. Roger LeClerc missed from the 17 and Ed Brown from the 13. Y. A. Tittle, Del Shofner and Pat Summerall were the standouts in the Giants' rout of Washington. Tittle passed for three touchdowns, Shofner caught three and Summerall ran his consecutive string of points after touchdown to 107. Veteran Bob Schnelker was the big gun in the Pittsburgh upset of Cleveland that dropped the Browns out of a share of second place in the East. Schnelker, released by Minnesota two weeks ago, picked up 160 yards on seven receptions and scored the winning touchdown on a 26-yard pass from Rudy Bukich in the last three minutes. Billy Stacy ran back two pass interceptions for second-period touchdowns that made the difference in the St. Louis victory over Dallas. Los Angeles used a pair of last-quarter touchdowns to break out of a 17-17 tie with Minnesota. Pro Football Scoreboard American League Eastern Division W L T Pet. Ottawa Col. of Emp. Southw's'n Baker Kans. W s 1 n 3 Bethel Bethany McPherson Sterling Friends 0 1.000 247 0 .875 236 .813 161 .750 115 29 65 84 81 .375 123 156 .375 137 140 .375 .250 .125 .063 88 130 63 144 39 248 66 189 Bowling Scores WOODPECKERS CLEVELAND (AP)-The Cleveland Browns may have lost the football game but they won 4-0 in i smith—3'/4 ,, , .., ... ., , , , - I High 10-30 the battle with the bleacher fans | Muttrick—« over who gets the ball after an ' extra point or field goal is kicked. The Browns roped off a section of 150 seats behind the goal posts for Sunday's game with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Thirty-three off- i HlBh 10 - 30 ~ c Downin «. 16 ' M:!1 duty policemen were posted to j PEPSI COLA , r , .'. . ,, ! Wild Onu—•; make sure no fans got into the H i g h 10-30 — craycraft, 182-452 — L. Smith, 153-430 — D. Mudrick, 155-4 High .40-30' — C. Nalley, 166-481 Llej erot—1 High 10-30 K. Liegerot, 187-442 Ogtr—4 High 10-30 — O. Ogle. 178-518 Donning—0 H i g h 10-30 Binurd naii>-2 High 10-30 — Shepherd, 155, 435 Wnoo Mailers— U ~ *• section. ' This was not out of stinginess. ; The Browns' management took! the drastic action to stop rowdy- j _ ism and fighting over balls kicked j cntouchVb?e«—3 into the st-mrti; Hlgh lc ' 30 ~ M - imo inL sunas. AMF Kids—i Four balls booted fell into the High 10 — Donna Mcinttre, iso . , , 4- AH High 30 — Welen, 361 bleachers section. All were re-! Bolsters—:i trieved bv the Browns to be pre- ' msh 10-30 - L. wightman. isi-436 • i_ •, i i , !»flterbr»iii§—I sentod to youth and charitable groups. ott ' H0-393 Unbeaten List Down To 27 ld-30 — J. McCart, l'ud,302 H-Lnwb— 1 High 10-30 — M. Stlnel 169,450 Fin Fupprrs—:i High 10-30 — J. Colby. 308,347 Boston , Houston 5 3 4 3 New York .-• 4 4 Buffalo 3 6 .625 .571 .500 .333 Western Division W L San Diego 9 0 Dallas 3 5 Denver 3 6 Oakland -. 2 6 T Pet. 0 1.000 0 .37! 0 .333 0 .250 Sunday's Results San Diego 48, New York 13 Oakland 31, Buffalo 22 Houston 55, Denver 14 National League Eastern Division W L T Pet. Philadelphia .••.... 7 New York 6 Cleveland •-. 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Washington 0 8 0 St. Louis • 4 4 Dallas 4 4 Pittsburgh . • 3 5 Houston Pushing Toward Playoff Pro Basketball American Basketball League Eastern Division W L Pet. Pittsburgh ............ 1 0 1.000 ord but Minnesota plays one man conference game than Ohio Stat» and the two clubs don't meet. Colorado is 7-0 over-all and leads the Big Eight with a 5-0 record. Other conference pictures ar« also clouded. Duke and North Carolina, co-leaders in the Atlantic Coast with 3-1 records, are both outside this week, against Navy and LSU, respectively, but settle things on Nov. 18. UCLA climbed atop the Big Five with a 2-0 mark after beating California 35-15 as Southern Cal and Washington played a 0-0 tie. Princeton, after taating Brown 52-0, is 4-0 in the Ivy League and plays Harvard. The Citadel clinched its first Southern Conference title, beating Virginia Military 14-2, and Rutgers, the nation's other major undefeated team, made it 6-0 with a 37-6 victory over Lafayette. By JACK CLARY Asocialed Press Sports Writer Texas has won the statistical debate—at least for the present— from Alabama as to who should get the No. 1 spot this week among the nation's college football teams. The Longhorns, the movingest team in college football with 1.7. miles in yardage in seven winning games so far, have the over-all edge on the Crimson Tide, which has also won seven games and can't enhance its reputation much this week against Richmond of the Southern Conference. The Longhorns should replace fallen Michigan State as the No. 1 team in the next Associated ress poll after the Spartans and second-ranked Mississippi got bitten by the jinx bug last Saturday. The Spartans (5-1) lost their fourth straight game to Minnesota in Minneapolis, 13-0, while Mississippi (6-1) failed to get by Louisiana State in their big one for the third consecutive year, and had its winning string broken at 21 games, 10-7. ; SAN JOSE Ca lif. (AP) _ Jim Texas, ranked first in over-all Ferrier's final-round 72 gave him By HAROLD V. RATLIFF Associated Press Sports Writer The resurgence of Houston under Wally Lemm, and led by the inimitable George Blanda, brings speculation that the American Football League playoff in December will match the same Western Division Green Bay 620 Chicago . 530 San Francisco • 4 3 1 Detroit 4 3 1 Baltimore •-. 4 4 0 Los Angeles 2 6 0 Minnesota . • • • 1 7 0 .87! .750 .625 .500 .500 .371 .000 .750 .625 .571 .571 .500 .250 .125 Sees No Threat To Finland Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The list of four-year colleges re- mainin;- unk-atc-n and untied in , Fresicient Urhf) Kckkonen to , ( , his football h;i> dwindled to 27, including only four major «chools, an Associated Press check showed to- dav. I HELSINKI. Finland (AP) — people Sunday niuht he considers ! the Soviet request for defense ! talks constitutes no danger to Sunday's Results Philadelphia 16. Chicago 14 Baltimore 45, Green Bay 21 St. Louis 31, Dallas 17 Pitlsburgh 17, Cleveland 13 New York 53. Washington 0 Los Angeles 31, Minnesota 17 Detroit 20, San Francisco 20 (tic) Cousy Predicts Celtic Win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "We'll win. Even if we're bad, we'll win." That was the candid, pre-season comment of Bob Cousy, captain of the Boston Celtics, when asked about the prospects of a fourth straight National Basketball Association championship. So far, he appears to be a prophet, as well as backcourt magician. Boston has yet to lose, though coach Red Auerbach does have a gripe. "The schedule is hurting us," Auerbach said recently. "We're not playing enough. You have to play to stay sharp. You just can't do it in our intra-squad games." With the season into the fourth week, the Celtics have played only four times, as compared with nine for Los Angeles. But it wasn't apparent in Boston's 127-107 romp over Syracuse Saturday in a nationally televised game. And if Cousey, now 33, is beginning to feel his age it isn't apparent either. Cousey flipped in 23 points, and sparked and directed the Celtics' 38-point third quarter that wrapped it up. In other games, Jerry West hit 42 points and Elgin Baylor 38 in leading Los Angeles to a 125-112 conquest of Chicago; Freddie Lacour led a rally in the closing minutes as St. Louis came from behind and beat New York 112-111 and Eddie Conlin's last second basket and free throw brought Philadelphia a 135-132 decision over Detroit. Wilt Chamberlain poured in 58 points for the Warriors. See the new EVINRUDE outboard motors on NBC-TVt "PRICE IS RIGHT" Every Monday Night Brown's Hdwe. & Sporting Goods See the world'» most versatile pleasure power in our showroom. clubs that battled for the first title. San Diego's Chargers, who were the Los Angeles Chargers then, have won nine straight and have clinched at least a tie for the Western Division championship. They are due to sew it up Sunday when they play hapless Denver. Houston, which won the 1960 title, is pushing upward in the Eastern Division and is only one- half game behind leading Boston. The Oilers, paced by Blanda who is averaging better than three touchdown passes per game and kicking field goals from most any distance, meet Boston at Houston Sunday and can take over the lead by toppling the Patriots. It was after Houston had tied Boston 31-31 that the Oilers began their drive. They have won three straight since then, including a 55-14 rout of Denver Sunday. Boston, too, has taken three straight, climaxed by a 28-21 decision over Dallas last Friday. San Diego, which galloped over New York 48-13 Sunday to knock the Titans down to third place in the Eastern Division standings, will take on Denver next Sunday. San Diego can't count too strongly on going through the regular season undefeated. While the Chargers get Denver and Dallas in their next two games, they j then run into Houston and wind up against Boston. In other action Sunday. Oakland defeated Buffalo 31-22 in a battle between the last-place teams in each division. Washington .......... 1 1 .500 Chicago .............. 1 2 .333 Cleveland ............. 0 1 .000 Western Division W L Pet. San Francisco 2 Kansas Citv 1 Los Angeles 1 Hawaii 0 Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 87, Cleveland 82 Saturday's Results Chicago 11, Washington 87 Today's Games Cleveland at Kansas City Los Angeles at St. Louis .667 .500 .500 .000 Ferrier Wins AIniaden Open a 72-hole total of 279 and victory Sundav in the $10,000 Almaden open "olf tournament. National Basketball Association Eastern Division W L Pet. Boston 4 0 1.000 4 New York 4 Syracuse 3 Philadelphia .571 .444 .375 offense and with a defense that is as stingy as its offense is mobile, racked up Southern _. ,„._ „_. , ,, ., ,. . „_„ ., ; . , , The 1947 PGA champs score, Methodist 27-0 after being ranked . , . r , ii • j , , , „,,. , ,, i i/ood for top prize monev of third last week. This week the; i „,„„,, ' . ' , , " ,„ Longhorns, first in the Southwest i*'-2°0. was nine strokes under Conference with a 4-0 mark, go | par and a tournament record The ' Baylor «radually I P revlous mark W8S ^V 8 ! , ? 1 Ken Venturi in 1959 and tied last into condition after being riddled i £ ear b - v Cll!:rle - v Sifford and BiH i t ... p Kyc'ers by early season injuries. , *g , '' , ,, , .. , , Bob Hosburg, another former Alabama, No. 4, which will play pGA champ took second . p i ace against foe working its powerful offo.se back Georgia Tech and Auburn after Richmond and lay its claim to national honors on those games, skipped through Mississippi State 24-0 and took over as solid Southeastern Conference leader with a 5-0 mark. LSU is 4-0. money of $1,000 with a 280 total. GILLETTE i ^ Super Power Bar Texas and Alabama, in addi-j • TfQCtOr TlfGS tion to Ohio State, which knocked j ^ Western Division W L Pet. Los Angeles 7 St. Louis 4 2 .778 4 Chicago 2 4 Detroit 1 5 Saturday's Results Boston 127, Syracuse 107 Philadelphia i35, Detroit 132 Los Angeles 125, Chicago 112 St. Louis 112, New York 111 Tuesday's Games New York at Cincinnati Los Angeles at St. Louis off Iowa 29-13 in a Big Ten battle, } Colorado, atop the Big Eight after i beating Missouri 7-6, and Georgia [ j Tech, 20-0 victor over Florida in \ an SEC game, plus Ole Miss, j LSU and Minnesota are solid bowl! prospects. j .500 ! Minnesota's upset of Michigan | • 333 * State and Ohio State's victory j .167 j over Iowa put the Big Ten into a two-way tie. Each has a 4-0 rec- See Us for FAST, EFFICIENT TIRE SERVICE on All Tractors! + Right Down Town • 110 West 4th St. •Sam's Tire & '_ Supply, Inc.' 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