Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 24, 1962 · Page 12
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Page 13 Garden City Totagrntn Wednesday, Get. 24, 1962 FAN FARE By Walt Piton Rookie Sparks Northwestern Grid Fortunes "EVANSTON, 111. (AP)-Sophomore Tom Myers of Northwestern is, such a brilliant passer that two coaches junked their football of-1 jferis'es and built new ones around j him, with great success. j •When Myers was K freshman i at Troy, Ohio, High School, Bob I Ferguson was a senior. Ferguson i went on to become an All-Amer-! ica fullback at Ohio State. When he .graduated from Troy, coach j Lou Juillerat switched from the grind-em-out ground attack to an | -aerial game tailored for Myers. • Myers completed 73 touchdown passes at Troy. 32 in his senior year. 'Northwesterncoach Ara Parse- gtiian, a native of Akron whose 'recruiting ties in Ohio were formed when he was ment.r at | fyiami of Ohio, had Myers well scoxfted at Troy. Parsegl. :n i plucked him from the clutches of a dozen or so other college 'cofiches. • This season, with a rebuilt offense, the Wildcats are unbeaten, lead the nation's major colleges in-passing with an average of 230,3 yards a game and are ranked No. 3 in The Associated Press poll. --The 6-foot, 183-pound Myers, a business education student, has hit' on 61 of 90 aerials for 811 yards'and 8 touchdowns. .'„ "He Is the best passer I've eve r had," says Parseghian. "There was no real wild recruiting in getting him, although he was fairly well in demand. Some coaches thought he was not Strong enough ' physically to play in the Big Ten. We knew how good he was as "a passer. In spring drills he proved his ability and We overhauled our complete offense to fit-it." ,, v ., "I'm just lucky to havr some receivers who do a great job, because a -majori'..' of my passes haven't been too good," Myers says. •* Parseghian has surrounded his 'triggerman with some outstanding pass catchers. Fourteen different players have been his tar-gets, five different ones catching touchdown shots. Texas, Alabama Picked to Win Pro Football Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Eastern Conference W. L. T. Pet. Washington 402 1.000 New York 4 2 0 .667 Dallas 3 2 1 .600 Pittsburgh 3 3 0 .500 Cleveland 3 3 0 .500 St. Louis 141 .200 Philadelphia .... 1 5 0 1 .167 Western Conference W. L. T. Pet. Green Bay 600 1.000 .Detroit -4 2 o .667 Chicago .. ....... 420 .667 Baltimore 3 30 .500 San' Francisco ... 3 "... 0' .500 Minnesota 1 5 0 .167 Ljls'Angeln 0 6 0 .000 American League " •••• Eastern Division ''•'-"••" W. L. T. Pet. Houston -4 2 0 .667 Boston 420 .667 Buffalo ...2 5 0 .286 New York 2 5 0 .286 ,<-' Western Division Denver 6 1 0 .857 Dallas 510 .833 San Diego 3" 4 0 s .429 — - 060 .000 By HAROLD CLAASEN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Reverting to the blindfold «>.._ lucky stab method of picking coh ^e football winners after missing on 13 of 58 games last week. -iat's au average of .786 and pulled the season's totals down to 197-72 for .791. Texas over Rice: Tht Long' horns haven't lost and the Owls haven't won this season. Alabama over Tulsa. J. - Na- math must be one of tho best collegiate passers in the country to- da>. Northwstern over Notre Dame: Notre Dam e is powerful, strong and slow. Northwestern power- 'ul, strong and fast. Southern California over Illinois: The Illini have taken their lumps all season but nothing to those they will get trying to stop Trojan fullback Ben Wilson. Ohio State over Wisconsin: Wisconsin has a great passing attack but Ohio State has Paul Warfield, a great defender against passes. The Badgers haven't won at Columbus since grandpa watched in 191.1. Louisiana State over Florida: Tlu Louisiana Tigers have Jflrry Stovall. Washington over Oregon But th e Huskies will be too busy to think about next weekend's encounter with Southern California which decides the coast title and the Rose Bowl designation. Arkansas over Hardin Simmons: The Texans have won but onc e in three years. Michigan State over Indiana: Saimes, Lewis and Ruibick give the Michigan State Spartans a real triple threat over the bench- poor Hoosiers. Mississippi over Vanderbilt: They are playing this one in Mem phis to spare the feelings of the Commodore followers. Auburn over Clemson: The BYU Tailback Heads Offense sophomoric Auburn team came of age in last week's triumph over Georgia Tech. Penn State over Calif jrnia: Cal- j ifornla switched to t 1 wing T this ! year but continues to fly i. the wrong direction. Missouri over Iowa State: The lowans have only Dave Hoppman while the Missourians have scads of competent backs Nebraska over Colorado: The Buffalo Remnants of last year's Big Eight champions haven't the power to stop Bill Thornton. Thi others: Kansas over Oklahoma State, Oklahoma over Kansas State, Wichita over Montana State, New Mexico State over North Texas State. 46 Consecutive Wins Independence Tops State Poll ,-"Loch Lomond is 24 miles long iind five miles wide. It is located in the southwest corner of Scotland. Roberts Tops For Comeback PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Baltl more's Robin Roberts, named the American League Comeback Player of the Year in the annual Associated Press poll, says getting a chancee to pitch regularly made him effective. Cast off by the Philadelphia Phillies, with whom he was one of the National League's outstanding pitchers, and by the New York Yankees, Roberts said he was oleased about his being chosen in the poll. Members of the Baseball Writers' Association gave him 81 of the 108 votes cast. Pitcher Dick Donovan of Cleveland got nine and pitcher Hank Aguirre of De troit and second baseman Billy I Moran of the Los Angeles Angel 1 thro? each. Winner of 234 games in 14 seasons with the Phillies, Roberts was sold to the Yankees last fall and released May 8. The Orioles signed him as a free agent two weoks later. He won 10 games and lost nine for the Orioles. More important his earned run average 2.77, was the second lowest in the league With the Phillies the season before he won only one game and lost 10. SAVE PEPSI "WHITE STAR" CAPS NEW YORK (AP)-Eldon Fortie, a 167-pound tailback, is making his weight felt with his all- around play for Brigham Young University. For the fourth consecutive week Fortie held his total offense lead in the NCAA Service Bureau statistics released today. The BYU senior has picked up 718 yards on the ground and 503 in the air for a 1,224 total. Terry Baker of Oregon State is second at 1,053. Fortie's rushing also gives him first place in that department with Pete Pedro of West Texas State second at 641 yards. Dick Shiner of Mafyland i s the passing leader with 70. completions, four more than George Mira of Miami, Fla. TOPEKA (AP)—A perfect record in 46 consecutive games has" helped boost the T \dependence Bulldogs into 1st place in this I week's Associated ; Kansas high school football . 11. | The Bulldogs displaced the Law- j rence Lions in the No. 1 spot after , coming within one point of tying for honors in last week's bal- i loting by sports writers and broadcasters. j Since last week's poll Indopend- • ence defeated previously unbeaten Columbus, 6-0. and Lawrence trounced Shawnee Mission North, 46-9. Independence got 159 points in this week's poll to 153 for Lawrence although the Lions held an 11-7 edge in 1st place votes. In addition to the 11 first place votes, Lawrence was ranked 2nd and 9 ballots, 7th on one, 8th on another, and wasn't listed on the remaining ballot. Independence got the seven 1st place votes, nine for 2nd, one for 3rd, and wasn't listed on one ballot. Points in the'poll are computed on the basis of 10 for 1st place, 9 for 2nd and so on. Lcavenworth finished 3rd in this week's poll, Salina 4th and Wyandotte 5th. This reversed positions Leavenworth and Salina held last week, while Wyandotte moved up from 9th. Rounding out the top 10 list are Washburn Rural, Arkansas City, Kapaun, Topeka and Columbus. Last week the top 10 teams in order were Lawrence, Independence, Salina. Leavenworth, El Dorado, Topeka, Arkansas City, Kapaun, Wyandotte, Washburn Rural. This week'* top 10 team, won- lost-tied records and points re - ceived in the poll, with 1st place votes in parentheses: 1. Independence 5-0-0, 159 (7) 2. Lawrence, 6-0-0, 153 (11) 3. Leavenworth, 5-0-0, 116 4. Salina, 5-1-0, 89 5. Wyandorte, 5-0-1, 80 (2) 6. Washburn Rural, 6-0-0*. 62 7. Arkansas City, 5-1-0, 51 8. Kapaun. 4-2-07 39 9. Topeka, 4-2-0, 37 10. Columbus, 44-1, 28 Others mentioned: Great Bend,! 5-1-0, 25; Coffcyville, 4-1-1, 23; El Dorado, 5-1-0, 19; | Wichita East, i 4-2-0, 15; Fredonia, 6-0-0, 12V4; Shawnee Mission East , 4-1-1, 1.1; Ward, 4-0-2, 10; Girard, 5-0-0, 10; Victoria, 6-0-0, 8; Wichita North, 4-2-0, 7; La Crosse, 6-0-0, 6; Neodesha, 6-0-0, 6; Winfield, 2-3-1, 6; Phillipsburg, 5V4, 6-0-0; Junction City, 4-0-1, 3; Medicine Lodge, 6-0-0, 3; Campus, 2-4-0, 3; Jetmore, 4-2-0, 2; Hays. 2-2-1, 1. K-Sfafe Golfer lop Amateur KANSAS CITY (AP)-Jim Colbert Jr.. 21-yenr-okl golfer from Kansas State University, was j honored by the Kansas City Golf J Association Tuesday night as the area's leading amateur of 1962. Colbert was runner - up in the Missouri state amateur, gained the fifth round of the U.S. amateur and made it to the semifinals in last week's hartlscrabble tournament at Fort Smith, Ark. Colbert lives at Santa Fe Hills, Kan., a Kansas City suburb. Karen Schull of Kansas City, a graduate student at Michigan University, was honored as the year's loading woman golfer. 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