The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 13, 1957 · Page 4
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-4 THE INTER LAKE, Wednesday, November 13, 1957 Oregon Defense is Best In Pacific Coast Play LOS ANGKLES (UP)-Statistics|last year's national champion from the ^Pacific Coast Conference commissioner's office showed today t h a t Oi-eguu has regained the lead in ihc 1'C.C total defense with a 260 v.-ii'd average. Stanford continues as the total offense leader, having averaged 350.9 yards per game. Oregon' State is the top rushing Icam wiili a .247.8 yard average, ·while Washington State has gained 107.4 yards p:r game passing lor the itcnrl lt:ic! in the conference. D e f e n s i v e l y . Oregon has allowed the I'e-.vi-st yards rushing. 155.1. punter, leads in his department Cougars Hold Secret Drills PULLMAN, Wash. (UP)--Coach Jim Gulherlana took his Washington Stal'j College Cougars inside for a secret session yesterday devoted mainly to fundaments and "a few other, odds and ends." Hurricane Jackson i Goes After Machen SAN. FRANCISCO (UP) -- i The fight will be nationally tele- Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson, a vised (ABC, 8 p.m. MST) but with man of unquestioned courage, and j i stamina, will battle to hold off a 50 nlile In this area. 4 . ^ _ _ , * v u u u + 11 » J » ^ V * y , J J tH V l l l ^ l H . .-, . j-, ' f f - , , 4 v » with a 41.1 yard average. . Center Gail Streit took the three-j Eddie Machen's headlong rush IWPpJc-olfi pric^ nff Viic oriUrt J-»i,f j~...~...4 .. i ~:,vi.f * : n _ i _ _ . _ i Machcn goes into the fight a 4-1 j week-old cast off _his ankle, but toward a heavyweight title bout i . ' - ** . ' ' Iowa is Slim Favorite Over Bucks; Sooners Favored by 18 Over Irish NEW YORK (UP) -- Iowa was rated one point over Ohio State in East -- Boston College' 19 over Marquette; Perm 8 over Columbia; Wilson anJ his teammate, Dick Sutherland =aid it* was unlikely · Wallet), arc tied in pass intercep- that he would see any more action favorite and 8-5 to stop Jackson who is venturing back into the l vas ring for the first time since their possible Big Ten chainpion-jDartmouth 13 over Cornell; Brown ship game Saturday, Oklahoma favored by 18 over Notre i!i tlle nationally-televised at the Cow Palace. when he meets the Redding, Calif.,, aborUve bk , for p loyd p attel - soll . s ,game, and T«as A and M. No. sensation tonight in a Grounder, crown ]ast Ju]y _ tcam in llie n a t , o n was fln|y sey , Tommy went to the hospital after Patterson TKO'd him in the 10th round. Now he meets a cocky youngster seven points over .Rice. Iowa and Ohio State both are 2 over Harvard; Penn State 3 over Holy Cross; Princeton 7 over Yale; Syracuse 16 over Colgate; Army 1G over Tulane; Navy '27 over George Washington.. South -- North Carolina State 8 over Virginia Tech; Florida 7 over unbeaten in conference play, and'Vanderbilt; Kentucky 16 over an Ohio State victory would clinch BOZEMAN -- Coach Keith at the hands of Tennessee Ai "Dobbie" Lambert is drilling his was its only setback of the year Montana State cagers long and! M -State faces Utah State, Iowa hard as he focuses on the toughest state of the powerful Big Eight Sphfrilllp a F!rrip.-it f iro h-io «,,»,. ~ _ . b .uieiii Southern C a l i f o r n i a has given up' tackled. the fcwi-st yards passing, 65. ' Lambert, schedule a Bobcat five has ever Chanay is a speedy 6-4, 190- pounder who came to Montana from northern California who has 'a Hose Bowl bid. While Saturday's won all 23 of his professional' fights and stopped 15 opponents. The jnost prominent of Machen's State from Andrews Air Force I v i c l i m s was N!no Valdes, the giant beginning his third The leader in punting and interceptions is UCLA. The Bruins have a't.TiiS!C'] 39.S yards per punt and have picked oft' 17 interceptions. Oregon leads in kickoff returns with a 20.7 yard average and Souther;) Cai lops in punt returns with ..a 11.9 average. year at the MSC helm, has a total of 17 cagers working out daily in the gymnasium on the State camp- Base in Washington, D. C. He was Conference, Portland University, [discovered by Bobcat freshman Seattle, Brigham Young and Colo- coach Bob Rousey, former all Cuban, who folded up from a right to the stomach last year. It was Machen's second win over winner will not have clinched the Big Ten crown, it will be in the favored posit ior.. . Oklahoma Coach Bud Wilkinson j is on record as fearing Notre Dame in their game at Norman, Okla., and the 18-point spread was Xavier (Ohio); West Virginia 13 over Wake Forest; Georgia Tech 13 over Alabama; Tennessee 7 over Mississippi. Midwest--Purdue 18 over. Nbrth- western; Missouri 11 over; Kansas State; Wisconsin . 4 over Illinois; Tulsa 1 over Cincinnati; Colorado 12 over Nebraska; Oklahoma State 7 over Kansas. · Par West -- Washington State T over Idaho, California 4 over Washington; Oregon 7 over Southern California; Oregon State 4 over Stanford. rpi ... «»*·· v v * i _ | i . i i j i . j L , K i | t , (_/j. t The cagers will move into; top independent clubs, the fieldhouse as soon as,the port-; -. ,, ,, , . , able floor is installed in the n e w | , ' The Bob(ca ' s . als ° enter a tough " * * ' · * * * - · » I* flit i- 11 -i i-,-. nrti Mi 11- *.,·,.. » Tt . . ; _ : _ was an all-Rocky Mountain fcrence choice last season. Supporting these men out front v ·=* -- · · » - -- -- -" ·· · - - _ . f-\it * i v n * a . , r I I i\i iiitj J L Q - I J U J U rado AM on the road. Iowa American at Kansas State. He^ l n o otllers 'TMve been posted la) . u , XDGC \ e d State and BYU arc championship "' » "--·- -------- ,-.Wmi Rnh Hau-o,- _7^u« T-IOITM,,, b ' - - i · contenders in their leagues and Seattle will be one of the nation's John Holman and Julio Mederos. Jackson owns a record of 29-6-1 I n d i v i d u a l statistics showed t h a t WnMiingion Suite's Bob Newman, the n a t i o n ' s loading passer, dominates tlv- FCC in bolh passing and 110.500 capacity arena. The Bobcats have six lettermen returning from last year's tournament this year. with Denver, Idaho State and AI Harris, 5-9, and Harold Gaustad, 6-0. All three are quick, good . last season. Idaho. 6 at Pocatello, t o t a l offense. In passing he h a s ' t h e Idaho Vandals. completed "10 Ihrows in 140 al-- However, Lambert points out which broke even with a 13-13 record, it will be an improved MSC five that will take the floor i n 1 . " Wilh a l i n e u P such as this, the home opener Dec. 4 against, ^ Ion ' ana basketball fans are going to have plenty to keep them in- tempts for 53.G per cent. Nine ot his passes w?nt for touchdowns. In total offense Newman has 1,045 5'ards. Stanford fullback Chuck Shea that the Bobcats can be considerably improved this year and still not better last year's mark. In addition to the rugged Pa- a successful ' win be guards Jack Tilley, 5-10, j a n d o n l y !las becn stopped twice - by Valdes and Patterson. Machen is top ranked among the handlers and lettered navies while Jackson slipped to fifth after his loss to Patterson. Machen, a former fullback from Redding (Calif.) High who now keeps his legs in shape by playing golf, rates this as the most crucial bout of his career. A $50,000 gross has been pre- Three game-; were rated even on -this wetk's card--South Carolina at Virginia. Miami (Ohio) at Colorado State Aggies Can't Shake Long Slump SALT LAKE CITY (UP)-- For {in seven games they have scored Dayton, and Mississippi State at' 5 1 S rol 'P associated with winning [a" total of 61 points. Louisiana State in a night game. ways duri "6 collegiate plays days, . _ · ° . ,1 TMf t _j. i i_ui _ "i i i , " ; game »I,.m, Lending relief to these top six performers .will be guards Jim Wallace, 5-11; and Bob Ogren, 6-2. Both are sophomores. Wallace is a transfer from Oakland Junior College while Ogren at (F.la.) was favored by 7 over Maryland. Michigan State was favored by 14 over Minnesota at East Lans- dcfeat must be a bitter pill to swallow for the young coaching staff at Colorado State University. Currently in the midst of one of ing, Mich. ; Duke was 7 over Clem- the worst slumps in Aggie history, son at Durham, N.C., and Auburn was 14 over Georgia at Colum- school coach at Anderson, Ind., where he developed several top-notch college performers. , , . . .,, the Bobcats play host to such cage leads m rushmg w.th 641 yards machines asPc l rado A ^ ^ n i l n a - i l ^ ' ^ - i - r l a t r o i - n ' ^ n - . ^j-*«V line Champion Brigham Young. cffic - Coast Conference Vandals Three big men expected to carry (he load for the Bobcats this is Leonard Broz, 6-5 jumping-' Ford, who got commission sane- jack from Proviso while Bill" = and a 5.1 yard average. Newman's favorite target, Don EUingser, is the leading pass i~e- ceiver with 34 catches for 440 yards \vhil« UCLA's Kirk Wilson, Seattle and Pacific Lutheran. The Lutheran five finished second in the NAIA last year at Kansas Knight, a 6-5, 215-pound transfer from Tyler, Texas Junior College is fighting Carter for a center starting berth. year are lettermen forwards Jirai other squad members are Lau- tion to extend the bout two extra rounds because of its significance in the heavyweight scene. LATE ARRIVAL NEW .YORK (NBA) -- Point spreads on other major games: City and its defeat in the finals ingston. eran center Ted Carter. Kelly, a 6-5 junior, is from Helena while Carter, 6-7 senior, hails from Liv- J? h J! nay a n dT , vet vny Baumann,_6-0; Jerry Christie. Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons . Issue Permits Permits will be issued breaks just don't, seem to come the way of Colorado Stale and problems have compounded considerably to make the remainder of the Inexperience and lack of,.manpower have been cited as major reasons for the Colorado decline. This was especially true -in the Utah game when Mullison had but 30 players in uniform. Utah-.went on to a 55-0 victory. It's quite a nosedive for a. school which has won nine,titles to place second only to Utah in the number of Skyline champion- ins, 5-11; Bob McDonald. 6-5; Ken Severson, 6-3, and Leou Smith, 6-4. 6 _ 0 . Bob j enfe i w j n a Futurity __ oue of f j r s t j Saturday for bunting in a portion races he ever saw -- until Nashua' o f Cascada County, the fish and came down in 1954. Mr, Fitz was garne comm 'ssion said today. campaign equally dark. ships won. Despite only one win in seven Colorado State has remaining games this year, head Coach Don'Sanies with Montana, Brigham Mullison and his young staff are | Young and the Air Force Academy. far from being disillusioned. No crying towel is in evidence at Ft. Collins, Colo., and instead of the customary "wait until next year" chant, Mullison and his staff are 80 then. \ Christmas the FIGHT RESULTS HOUSTON, Tex. (UP) -- 'Joe Brown, 140Vi, New Orleans, outpointed Kid Centella, title). Nicaragua, (10, non- HOLYOKE, Mass. (UP) -- Alex Mi- tetf, 202, Argentina, knocked out Bob Graves. 225, Elizabeth. N.J., (4). STOCKTON, Calit. (UP) -- Ross Padilla, 119%, Stockton, outpointed Baby Rios, 120. Tijuana, Mex. (10). Great as a highball DONQ very much concerned with present. Mullison, a former all-conference guard for the Aggie gridders and a top-ranked collegiate wrestler during his school days, took over the reigns of the Colorado State football team last year. | of 26 pass attempts good for He got the expected mileage i yards against. Army Saturday to Winters Loses Passing Grip To Grosscup SALT LAKE CITY (UP) -Utah's Lee Crosscup completed 14 RUM You'll find at your electric ai te for everyone iiance dealer's -fo«r C^-to quality 86 Proof · Schleffalln 4 Co., Now York out of a mediocre squad in his first year, whining two games. With more speed in his backfield this year Mullison's squad was expected to climb up the Skyline Conference standings. Before ./the season was two weeks old problems involving depth began to make their appearance in the Coloag camp and haven't disappeared since. Mullison's men opened the take, over the .Skyline leadership in passing and total offense. He now has a total of 981 yards. Actually he completed 73 of 108 attempts for 1,078 yards through the air but lost some yardage on the ground,. | Bob Winters of Utah State University dropped behind for the first time this year with a total of 974 yards. Another USU stalwart. Overtoil Curtis, was held scoreless in the season losing to New Mexico, .Aggie's game against Idaho but came hack to down Denver and retained the Skyline scoring lead have lost five games since then. ELECTRIC BLANKET An always-welcome gift for friends or family. Thermostatically .regulated for even warmth; dual or single controls; washable; 'your.'choice'of-colors. Every bed needs an electric blanket. ELECTRIC STEAM IRON Brighten; up her life! 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