The Daily Telegram from Eau Claire, Wisconsin on December 14, 1965 · Page 15
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The Daily Telegram from Eau Claire, Wisconsin · Page 15

Eau Claire, Wisconsin
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Tuesday, December 14, 1965
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y Packer Win Would Solve NFL Championship Puzzle JtL K Jt* I-—*.. , - .i-^ ;_ * •- -- — — «y»ww vnit J"""Jl!IIC ne« Iw the Western fcwisfoft title in Ae National Football League Is driving prognostica- . Here ft is, «he final week of «he Mason, and all the Green Bay Packers have to do to sew it up te beat toe San Francisco 49ers here Sunday. •It's that simple. If the Packers win neither the Baltimore Colts, whom tie Packers beat 42-27 last Sunday, jior the Chicago Bears have a chance. But, if the Packers lose, plenty can happen. Baltimore could win its filial game at Los Aftgeles and become the champion. Or Baltimore could lose, too. If Green Bay and Baltimore boat tost, Orfoago could end up in a tie with Green Bay, making a playoff necessary - ISers Beaten Bad Then, of course, ail force contenders could- lose, in which case (the Packers would end up With the title anyway. On the face of it, it would seem an easy matter for the Packers to beat the 49ers at Kezar Stadkan Sunday. The San Francisco crew just took one of Its worst pastmgs in history at the hands of 4he Chicago Bears, 61-20, and are going nowhere. A fourth-place finish is the best coach Jack Christiansen and the 49ers can hope for. But wait ... the young 49ers are closing out one of their best seasons in recent history. They Texas A&M on Probation DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - Texas A&M was handed an indefinite probation by toe Southwest Conference today for violating the rules on withdrawing athletic scholarships and holding too many spring practice sessions in football. Texas A&M also had sanctions placed against it that will prohibit participation in bowl games until Jan. 15,1967. A&M, which also was publicly reprimanded, was told if it could show by December, 1966, that it had corrected its practices and procedures it would be taken off probation. The Aggies were charged with holding football practice during physical education classes, thereby exceeding the 20 prac-. tice sessions allowed over a period of 36 days in the spring. *• their first meeting, sa-24. A vie- comftent only that the i eara tory Sunday oontd give them a has i» serious injury problems respectable 84 record. ** J — ^ They have one of the best 2,817 yards and 27 touchdowns. They have good runners in rookie Ken Willard and John was more talkative. David Crow. Not Worried nm worried ••-.- — * o—••& ™ «u any At times they've looked great o? e " m l ntin l against Green The Packers, if they're wor- „%['. 9er coach said rying, aren't saying so yet. f ^ f ame ls ^ i m P»rtant They arrived ;at Rickey's Hyatt ? * £* *£# £ ™ 25 House in nearby Palo Alto Mori day where they always stay prior to games in San Fran- Cisco. Whitewater in First Triumph By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Whitewater came up with its first basketball victory in six starts Monday night although it took a hot second half performance by Dennis Nitschke to enable the Warhawks to defeat winless Carroll 91-80. Only two other games involving Wisconsin teams were scheduled. Northern Michigan downed St. Norbert (2 - 3) 108 - 88 and Bethel, Minn., "blasted Eau Claire (1-4) 11(W4. Nitschke poured in 19 points after going scoreless in the first half. He led five players in double figures for the Warhawks. Chuck Weinkauf paced Carroll (0-5) with 25 {Mints. The scoring antics of .a trio of players proved too much for St. Norbert's defense. Con Yado- dzinski, Gene (Summers and Brian Ferguson had 76 ponts among them. With Yadozinski hitting for 26 points and Summers and Ferguson 25 each, Northern Michigan led all way. Four Bethel players accounted Tor 95 points in the victory over Bau Claire. Ron Peterson contributed 31, Jerry Moulton and Dave Bjorklund 22 each, and George Palke 20 to offset the 36 points scored by Eau Claire's ace, Stan Johnson. Sunshine Ball CHICAGO (UPI) —The U.S. Davis Cup Committee has selected Bob Lutz of Stanford University and Bill Harris of Trinity to represent the United States in the Sunshine, Cup International tennis matches Dec. 28 at Miami. Coach Vince Ixffribattli would Fullmer Wins Split Decision Retains Title at present. "Our plan for fihe game is Christiansen, with less to lose, "We're not going to do any it to the league to give our best performance. "''We'll use our best players and we'll give it everything we've got on every play " ty c.c. MC Associated ftess Spfts Writer BOSTON (AP) - "We were taken," protest^ Jimmy Archer Monday night after Don Fullmer of West Jordan Utah, successfully defended his American middleweight title against Joey Archer. "One judge (Harry Sundberg) gave my brother only one round," said the older Archer, who now handles his brother. "It was impossible to give just one round to my brother in that fight." That also was the opinion of manv veteran ringside observ ers who agreed with the vote o referee Jimmy McCarron. Jimmy Archer said he woulc MisticAir Deluxe Console Humidifier Just set the dial, sit back and enjoy the solid comfort that comes when dry, heated winter air is changed into a moisture-measured blend, perfect for comfortable living. Crafted to look like fine furniture, this rich walnut-grained, brass-trimmed humidifier is portable- blends with the decor of any room and goes right to work delivering comfort. Provides up to eight gallons of air-refreshing moisture every day to help your whole family rest better, look better, feel better. Only w APPLIANCE DEPT. 2424 E. Clairemont Ave., Eau Claire, Wis. quiet performance Humidifies average home for 24 hours or more Reduces fuel bills Fingertip control Full year warranty barf British automotive •aorteman R. R. C. Walker knows cars, but one thing he didn't knowwas how •)uiet the '66 Ford Is. "1966 Ford quieter than my Jaguar? Not jolly likely!" said Rob Walker ' . ,,£•) ' ... then he drove the Ford.. Ford's Qujet Man, who recently demonstrated the 1966 Ford to owner; of some of the world's most exoen- siyecars, here discusses the '66 Ford>TP with Rpb Walker»t his family's estatejn Wiltshire; inland. "Astonishing, * I belfev© this Ford of yours really is quteterj" exclaimed Rob Walker, famed British automotive sportsman, Ford's quiet ride Is the result of built-in quality and overall engineering excellence. Other examples of this.engineerlng magic from Ford are; » New Stereo Tape Player option with easy-loading cartridges. • New Magic Qoorgate on wagons•wings out like a door for people and down like a tailgate for cargp. M §iient-Fip Ventilation, standard on Ford 4-door hardtops, gives opea«wind8w freshness with all windows dosed. • " "" TEST-DRIVE AMERICA'S TOTAl PERFORMANCE CARS UNK BROS. FORD SERVICE, INC Egg Claire, WU?on$in protest the decision to the Mas- sachosette Bossing Cottnftissftjn. Split Decfsfoft Fullmer, fifth-ranking middleweight according to the World 3oxing Association, retained his regaonal crown with a split 12- rotmd decision over the second- ranked Archer at Boston Garden. Both fighters weighed in at the limit — 160 pounds. McCarron voted for Archer 117-115. Sundberg voted for Fullner 119-114 and judge Alexand- >r Scioli gave Fullmer tiie nod 117-114. Sundberg gave Archer only he sixth round. Sciolo gave Archer the first, the third and he sixth and McCarron gave Archer four rounds. The Associated Press card had Archer on top 117-115 under the 10-point "must" scoring sys- tem. Many in the cfowd of 4,208 paid wefe satisfied With the decision, backing Fullmer because Archer didn't stand and fight. Exhibition Bout Of more interest to the crowd, Which produced a net of only $13,000, was a four-round exhibition between two recently retired ring greats, Sugar -Ray Robinsoft and Willie Pep. The pair, escorted into the ring by a host of former boxers, including seven world champions, were presented trophies as "great men of the ring" from New England boxing fans. Then featherweight Pep and Robinson, who held the welter and middleweight crowns and once fought for the light heavy title, clowned their way through die exhibition to the delight of * ft the crowd. **" Follmer ptessetl Che fight most of Ore way* tryBig fife hardest to cotfflterponch or otherwise break through the guard of the elusive Archer. But Archer kept his (jpoick left jab in Fullmer's face throughout the fight and kept Fullmer off balance and unable to lay solid blows. Canadiens Surge Four Games Ahead By United Press International The Montreal Canadiens have opened up a four-point lead in the National Hockey League thanks to a weekend sweep of trie Doify Claire, Wfseonsfn Tuesday, Dec. 14, 1965 the Chicago Black Hawks. The Canadiens beat the Black Hawks for the second time in as many nights Sunday when Jean Beliveau's second goal of the game, at 19:35 of the second period, snapped a 3-3 tie and Ralph Backstrom added a fourth-period goal. 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