Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 20, 1962 · Page 10
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Payoff on Line in Texas-Arkansas Tilt By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer If Darrell Royal has a slightly | uncomfortable, uncanny, haven't i I been here before feeling tonight, there's likely to be a very good reason for it. Royal sends his Texas Longhorns, currently the No. 1 college football team in the nation, against the Arkansas Razorbacks in the glamor game of the week with the country's top ranking i and the Southwest Conference ti- j tie in the balance. | Texas ranks a 5V4 point favor- j ite, and it would have to be called | an upset—at least anywhere ex-! cept in Fayetteville, Ark.—should the Porkers pull it out. But it wouldn't really be a surprise. Because Royal's Longhorns will be running into exactly the sort of team the Texas coach was winless Texas Tech. They have Baylor and TCU, among others, yet to face. | The only other game involving taught to construct when he ! a nationally ranked team tonight learned his football at the knee of the Oklahoma master, Bud Wilkinson. Arkansas is reasonably light, sends No. 5 Mississippi (3-0) against winless Tulane at Jackson, Miss. Ole Miss, idle last! *U. A.«114OC*O JO i ^M.*JW»*«*U* < T iJ.j-,-"*'? ( . quick, fairly deep, has a defense! week, is an overwhelming favor- jiist tough enough to give you | ite. trouble and Poses a constant, George Mira comp i ete d 21 of 31 long-range threat on the attack— Boston Rally Sinks Chargers exactly the formula Wilkinson used in making Oklahoma the top attraction in the nation during the ~(Fla.) to a 28-24 comeback against 9:30 to 10 P.M. WON., OCT. 22 HEAR Cong. Bob Dole along with Sen. Frank Carlson and Sen. Jim Pearson live over all 7 TV stations in 1st District Dole for Cong. Comm.— McDill Boyd. Chmn. (Pol. Adv.) early '50s and which Royal, once a Wilkinson pupil, copied in his early years at Texas. Both Texas and Arkansas are 4-0, the Razorbacks 2-0 in the conference and Texas 1-0. They are the defending co-champions and the victor has a very good shot at grabbing the whole bag and the Cotton Bowl berth to boot. Arkansas is rated No. 7 nationally. Arkansas romped over Texas Christian 42-14 and edged Baylor 28-21. Of the Porkers' post-Texas schedule, only Rice figures a chance to pull an upset. Texas' only league victory was 34-0 over passes for 288 yards and three touchdowns in leading Miami previously unbeaten Maryland in the only major game Friday! night. Maryland's Dave Shiner hit j on 12 of 20 for 176, but Mira scoring strikes brought Miami from behind three times and again proved the Hurricanes' key weapon. The top of the day schedule has rebounding Ohio State, ranked sixth with a 2-1 record, going against Northwestern (3-0) in a game that matched the Buckeyes' best-in-the-nation ground attack against Northwestern 's outstanding passing game. Northwestern is ranked eighth in the country. BOSTON (AP)—Jeered at halftime, the Boston Patriots beat San Diego with a rally which beaming Coach Mike Holovak termed "a beautiful 30 minutes of football." The Boston club scored three touchdowns in a little over eight minutes and snapped back from a 20-3 deficit to hand the Chargers 24-20 American Football League defeat Friday night. Burning at the catcalls show- channels 6 and 11 television-week of Oct. 21-27 . ered on them at intermission, the | Patriots stormed back behind 1 Babe Parilli's direction and a de- j fensive second half shutout. ! "They cheered us the last half, ' that's what counts," offered de•• fensive end and alternate Captain j Bob Dee. j The triumph kept 1 the Boston club (4-2) in the Eastern Division rate while virtually eliminating the Chargers (3-4) from the West- era Division scramble they'd won two straight years. II also did much toward saving the local franchise from serious trouble. Last week the club turned away 10,000 disgruntled customers, then proceeded to fall flat offensively in a 27-7 loss to Dallas. The Patriots couldn't seem to cope with Dick Wood's aerials in j the first half or v get their own attack untrackedT % Hornung Sidelined, Packer Hope Hurt By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The small crack in Green Bay's silver lining, created by the injury to Paul Hornung, places the Packers in jeopardy of having the National Football League's only unblemished record tarnished by the resurgent San Francisco 49ers Sunday. The Packers, holding the top; spot in the Western Conference by i one game over Detroit, will be i taking on the last club to beat ! them—13 games ago. And they'll 1 be forced to try and 'get the Job j done 'without league scoring leader Hornung, who probably will be on the sidelines with a twisted right knee. Joining Hornung on the sideline will be another of the league's glamour boys—Philadelphia passing maestro Sonny Jorgensen. Page 10 & 11 Garden City Telegram Saturday. October 20, 1962 Coach Nick Skorich has decided to start King Hill instead of Jurgensen in an effort to get the Eagles' sputtering offense rolling. At the same time, two long absent headliners—fleet halfbacks Lenny Moore of Baltimore and Jon Arnett of Los Angeles—are slated to return to full-time action hi what could be a decisive weekend of action on a full, seven- game program. 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