Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 20, 1961 · Page 13
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 13

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, November 20, 1961
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Alabama, Ohio State Top Candidates tor Hot Seat' B/'Wrt-L GRIMSLEY cbrtwd Prtts Sports Writw All-conquering Alabama and un- !|}j? beaten but ohce-tied Ohio Stale service academies get down 'tobla has an important non-league preparing for their big game at date with Rutgers. Philadelphia .Dec. 2. . ' ' Michigan State, No. 9, sought Columbia clinched afkast a lie to cling to 1 Its national ranking ; ranking 1 --Monday after the slun- with 5-1 for Princeton, S6-16'win- ning fall of supposedly invincible ner over Yale, and Harvard. Texas. ' . ' which lopped Browns Zl-t. Prlnce- At the same time, the bowl pic hire was-.thrown into a scrambled jigsaw. In . none of Ihe major bowls was there a piece ready lo fit into place. The setbacks of such teams as Texas, Syracuse, Georgia Tech and UCLA only compounded the confusion. Texas,, a powerful team which had ^averaged more than 400 yards .and 33 points a game steamrollihg past eight opponents, was shut oW 6-0 by Texas Chris tian In a bruising defensive battle at Austin. The Horned Frogs, who had lost four games, and lied .another, stopped .Texas', stable of fleet backs cold and pulled ,out the i upset victory, on .a 50-yard pass oJjJ'stJi'c " from Sonny Gibbs to Buddy lies. K»nnj sute 17-6 and gaining a' tie with Wyom Ing for tlw Skyline Conference Ofcli. State Kan.1! Slllc All Oi W 7 i MOB., NOT. 20, 1M1 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pag* 13 Utah, Wyomir Any Number IKYUNI CM "*ff C f . H. M. Of Wyomlnx ' . . i .7M 1U 21 Uiali 3 ,5W 113 83 N«U- sitxico ......_ .«» a m IrtiKii. YHX - » .«M 73 110 Mentliu ..-.: 1 . ' .333 U 141 C«U Stile Univ t ,«00 H ITS * ^.»TTT ret. «·«· UUh Stiln » · .·« 3S7 Tl Jft«ml?« · ...'...,. J . - I . /S'!J,« Ntw Mexltt ...... S 4 .SK1O1TJ Sft.m Ywrot .... 1 7 JH m MS Mffiluu J « .2SO 10» l« C«lo SU Unl» - - 0 1« · .«44 7t !« ·y THI AMOCIATID pmu Telephone calls from sunshine cilles arc the only reward left or Utah State and Wyoming now that they have finished for the second straight year' as : football co-champions of the Skyline Co'n- erence. The long distance jingles are ikely to be more frequent in Lo- ig Awaiting of Bowl Bids r- on the list. o( considered teams for several post-season', bowls. They include the Blue Bonnet In Houston, the Aviation ,at Akron, Ohio, and the Gotham In New York^ · · , . . . - - . ' ".Utah Stale's. cr^tenlials are probably .on. tltoso same lists along with possibly 'some of the okkr bowls, liyc · the Gator al Jacksonville, 'Flu. Of the. major colleges, Utah State's r e c o r d shines as brightly us" any and the Utags , are reported receptive to an)'- worthwhile 'bids. .Wyoming's attitude is something of a puzzle to outsiders. It xas reported the Cowboys decided last rfcek not to accept any bowl hids unless they we're of major stature. But at the weekend there were in- Cleveland Whips Eagles, Giants Move To Top Spot ·y MIKE RATHET to Kyle. Rote.i Hole' also conversions brought'his NFL ca A»*cl«t*4 Pnti Sp*rH Wrltw-jpulled In a 10-yard touchdown toss roer point total to 113, 11 short Y. A. Tittle. New York's balill xmiber, lias passed the Giants rom halfback Bob Gailers while of tire record held by Green Bay's Webster picked up another score Don Hulsbn. ' into first place In llw National on K aj S si l . .MO 23 96 .200 29 K -WO 22 1« This left Alabama J9-0) and Rutgers (8-0) wilh the only unmarred records among the ma- Aswci.t«d PrtH Sport i Wriltr The versatile and high-powered Kansas Jayhawks will put I heir jor teams. Alabama w h i^p p c d hopes of an Orange Bowl berth on Georgia Tech 10-0. ·mashed Colgate 20-6. Rutgers the line against Missouri's aili Tigers at Lawrence Kan., Satur- Alabama looks like a cinch for day and they'll be odds-on favor- the Rose Bowl, where it has a itcs. rich tradition dating back to the 1926, and may even be tapped be A 53-7 victor over California last 20-19 upset-.over ..Washington in Saturday, Kansas has won six in a row. since losing to Colorado fore its final game with Auburn 20-19. The Jayhawks could share the Big Eight title if they beat Missouri and Iowa Slate upsets Colorado. Word from the Orange Bowl is hat Kansas will play Louisiana Hate there New Year's Day provided the Jayhawks junk. Missouri, Pro Footbdil ] Dec. 2. The Rose Bowl sponsors thus would be giving a cold shoulder to the Big Ten, which has been providing one of the teams to the Pasadena show since World War II. The'Big Ten has two standout bowl candidates in Ohio State (70-1) pnd. Minnesota (7-1), which may finish in- a lie for the conference championship and then sit out the post-season activities. Ohio State, ranked third nationally behind Texas and Alabama, won its seventh straight after an By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS H«tion«I Lttgue Eisftrn Division W L T Pet. title, utan state nas won. eight games, lost none and tied one, a 5-6 draw with Wyoming. · . · issoun · %|V *«lF ^^ %*· · · Saturday which lost four of its regulars- ends Conrad Hitchler and ' Don Wainwright, quarterback Ron Taylor and halfback Norm Bcal -- in besting Kansas State 27-9. Colorado is favored lo wrap up the Big Eight championship with a 7-0 record, assuming the Buffaloes beat Iowa State. The Buffa- I locs, ranked No. 8 nationally, ha their prestige dimmed when they beat Nebraska o«ly 7-0 after los ing to Utah. ·' Weather played an Importer! role ' i n the Colorado-Nebraska game. The Buffaloes rolled up 2ft yards rushing and passing' but hai difficulty handling the wet ball losing possession four times 01 fumbles. In otter Saturday,' Okla homa, a 14-8 winner over Army will play Nebraska in Lincoln Neb.;. and Oklahoma State, -28-2. victory over Houston, will mee Kansas State in StiU'wafer, 1 Okla. Two games remain after this weekrDeei J, Oklahoma and Okla homa Stale will 'play in Norman Colorado finishes ils season wit! Air Force in Boulder. Kansas, a sputtering giant In losing to TCU, tying Wyoming am losing to Colorado; in the first three games, reached Its pre-sea son potential quickly to knock ol Iowa State 21-7, Oklahoma 10-0 Oklahoma State 4Z-8, Nebrask J8-6, Kansas State 34-0 and the California, Brtflum Ywrot ....17 jra ut :si 0 [ Mffiluut J « .2SO 10» i« . ·In SU Unl» - - 0 U · .«44 7t IK Jt ·y THI AMOCIATID PMU CC Telephone calls from sunshine si illes are the only reward left U or Utah State and Wyoming now a hat they have finished for the second straight year' as : foothill of co-ch^mplons of the Skyline Co'n- r erence. , * The long distance jingles are ui ikely to be more frequent in Lo- B ;an, Utah, after the U tags work- d nanjike conquest ot Utah, 17-6, n Saturday gave them an undefeat- 1 ed record of nine games won and a one tied, best ever for the Aggie school. i . B u t telephones in Laramie are | nijt exactly silent'. , There are re- a Uible. reports. Wyoming. (6-1-J) : ls 7 . · · · , . . - . . · , . · a Hawks Pick ° NewCoach [ .- . . , . i ST. LOUIS (AP) ; Fu«y. Le-t vane, who coached the club bee-re It moved. lo St. jxmis, .was t named ,. Monday as coach of -the' strife-ridden St. Louis Hawks o! t the National Basketball Associa- ' tion.; , . _ " ' . ' . . . ' - . . " . . ··A ·'. former coach 'of the New 5 York. ."Knickerbockers, Levane, i 41, replaces -Paul Seymour, who) was fired Friday. Lcvine becomes the 17th coach c in owner Ben Kerner's 15 years 1 in pro '· basketball, if Levane iff counted twice., Kerrier dismissed Levane as coach of the old Milwaukee Hawks midway in the 1953-54 season. The Hawks, five-time Western Division champs, now stand 6-9 for the season. Football League's Easlern Conference donnybrook, but h« needed a record-breaking performance uy Cleveland's Jimmy Brown to omplete the Job. While Tittle was leading the Giants to a 42-21 thumping of a threc-TD per?n rushed for s one-gamo record of 242 yards and scored four touchdowns as the is Browns blitzed Philadelphia 45-24 Sunday and knocked the Eaglf out of a lie for the top spot. Brown, league ground gaining champion all four years he's been on Gnlters' three-yard burst in the much In the running for a bid and hat the players were anxious for a holiday trip. One thing Is certain: Either of he Skyline co-champions will de- iyer a topflight brand ot ball against any team in the 'country. The' leading Skyline teams gave a 1 fine account of themselves in competition this fall against some of the best of supposedly stronger conferences. . ··. · · ; The league season is all. over tor everyone in the Skyline except New Mexico and Brigham Young. They play In the finale at Al iiiqucrque Saturday. Both are 2-3 in conference play Wyoming. . , . New Mexico' 'defeated Colorado straight year. ' Montana, 24 in .the Skyline completed its season 2-fi by losing pitches for the seasoi 0 Idabo at Boise, 16-14 in a non-yaid flip to Joe V conference match Saturday. . yarder to Alex Webster and opening tie with TCU by beating New York 8 2,0 .800 7 3 0 .700 7 3 0 .700 1 Oregon- Jl-12. Rugged Minnesota, No. Sj.- upset by Missouri in its first game, made Purdue its seventh straight victim 10-7. Ohio State., closes at Michigan Saturday while Minnesota meets an improved Wisconsin team, which smothered Illinois 55-7. The Rose Bowl's .host team probably will be determined in Saturday' between UCLA and Southern California, although both were beaten last weekend. UCLA' lost to Washington 17-13, Southern Cal fell before Pittsburgh 10-9. . . . Teims of the Southeastern anc Southwest conferences apparently will dominate the other big bowls, with Louisiana State, Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas and Rice lead ing the parade. Fourth-ranked Louisiana State 14-« victor over Mississippi Slate has clammed the door on the nearby Sugar Bowl and has en undated a bowl policy which would permit the team to go any where and play any team, un hampered by previous segrega tion restrictions. While w i n k i n g at the Rose Bowl; LSU is considered mon likely to wind up in tlw Orange Bowl at Miami, perhaps opposite Colorado (7-1), Colorado won over Nebraska 7-0 and seems headed for the Big Eight crown. Despite its loss to TCU, Texas ! still has the inside track for the! Cotton Bowl in Dallas, granting the Longhorjis can win their final game Thursday against Texas A *M. Arkansas, 21-7 winner over Southern Methodist, can still lie for the Southwest title by beating Texas Tech, but Arkansas lost to Texas earlier 33-7. The Cotton Bowl wants Mississippi (3-1) as the rival team but Mississippi may feel an obligation to play in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans. Otherwise, the Sugar'Bowl would be left wilh slim pickings. Arkansas is the other Sugar Bowl possibility. Mis- listippi smashed Tennessee 24-10 Duke, clinching the Atlantic Coast conference title with a 6-3 triumph over North Carolina continues as a bowl prospect de spite three losses as does Mary land (7-2), which topped Wake Forest 10-7. Syracuse, the East's top rank Philadelphia Cleveland Dallas 4 5 Pittsburgh 4 6 .400 .400 .000 Wnlirn Divls'wn W L T Pet. ireen Bay 8 2 0 .800 Detroit .'.. 6 3 1 .667 ,556 .500 .500 7 0 \300 I 0 .200 S t . Louis 4 6 0 Washington 0 9 1 S a n Francisco 5 4 1 Chicago 5 5 0 Baltimore 5 5 0 Los Angeles ...,:.. -3 Minnesota .,, 2 Sunday't Rewfcr Baltimore 16, SJ. Louis ft Cleveland 45, Philadelphia 24 New York 42, ·Pittsburgh 21 Washington 2t, Dallas 28 (fie) San Francisco 4), Chicago 31 Detroit 37, Minnesota 10 Green Bay 35, Los Angeles 17 Thvriday't G»me, Green Bay at Detroit ' N*xf Sunday's Gemei St. Louis at Pittsburgh New York at Cleveland Dallas at Philadelphia Minnesota at San Francisco Baltimore at Washington Los Angeles at Chicago AFL Charged With Secret Player Draft J TM - Th« Giants, winning their eighth: in nine games, went ahead to stay yardei 1 TD toss and wound up the'' scoring with a 39-yard toss to Tim'· ' Sonny Jurgenscn connected with i : Tommy McDonald on an eighths,' a 15-yard passrtams (3-7) in the second quarter'"'' h and a three- tf i, cn Bart Starr unlimbered hit':" 1 ' second period otter a 58-yard Brown. Tittle to Role pass hod set il tip. Trailing 7-0, the Packers ex: :' : Buddy Dial scored twice for the p^d for 28 points against the"''! Steelers (4-fi). on a e -- J ~"""~ ' ~ ~ ' ' " ' ' ' : "~' rom Rudy Bukich yarder from Bobby Layne, back pitching arm. Jim Taylor tied il · n action.after five weeks. on a one-yard plunge, then Starr' Brown scored, his TDs on runs hit Max McGee wilh 20 and IS-' of 2, 4 , 1 and 8 yards while Bobby yard TD tosses and sent a «····' yarder to Boyd Dowler. Jon Arnett had sent Los Angeles into the run. Mitchell, on n weekend pass from the Army, scored the other Umch-. ncll nan sent i»s Angeii downs on a 28-yard pass from Milt early lead on a 14-yard Plum and a 91-yard kickoft re- E arl Morrnll look over for itart-v,-.;. in the NFL, eclipsed his own mark of 23/yards set in a game in. 1957 y averaging over seven yards a carry, and added 52 yards by catching three passes, · The loss was Philadelphia's second in succession-- the Giants administered a 38-21 healing last week-- and dropped the defending champions into n second-place tie with the Browns, one game back of the Gianls. New York is 8-2, Cleveland and Philadelphia 7-3. The. Green Bay Packers, playing for the first time without scoring king Paul Hornung, maintained their IVi game edge in the Western Conference race by whipping Los Angeles 35-17 for an 8-2 turn.. Lou Groia added a field goal; . lo Ihe Browns' output and with sixL.}j h and the winner will pull even with record jvith four games to play. Ulah (3-3.), presently occupying third place behind Utah Slate anc The Detroit Lions, runners-up In the West at S-3-1, rolled to a 37-10 victory over Minnesota while San Francisco put a damper on State University.last Saturday 20- Chicago's hopes with a 41-31 8; BYTJ absorbed a 35l licking triumpli over the Bears. : BaHi- from Oregon State. more blanked St. Louis 16-0 anc CSU's loss was the 16th straight Washington ended ils losing Tittle, veteran of 14 pro campaigns, qompleted 19 of 28 passes for : More Sports On Page 32 Pueblo College Tops CSC Frosh Gridders, 27-7 PUEBLO -- Pueblo, College Saturday handed Colorado State Col. ege its third defeat of the sea son, 27-7, here. The CSC Frosh' thus end the season wilh a 1-3 won-lost record. uarterback Jim N!nowskl''3 ie Vikings (2-8) leading »0,.y and led Ihe Lions from behind ··-.- with a pair of payoff passes to .··.": : Terry Barr arid a 37-yaror" Ito Gail Cogdill. Jerry Reichow... ' scored the Minnesota TD on a J3-;.? yard pitch from Fran Tarkenton,;-.'. John Brodie, passing from a.-.., straight T as the 49crs. (5-4-1) . virtually abandoned the shotgun , offense, hit Monte Stickles with a 44-yard touchdown pass and threw . 71 and 46-yarders to rookie Aaron Thomas lo beat the Bears (5-51.. 1 ' Billy Wade threw three TD '· passes for the Bears, who lost :heir third in a row. Steve Myhra kicked three field goals for the Colts (5-5) afler the ';· the yard plunge, climaxing a GO-yari drive. The play of Jerry Cull en and Delbert Steele .sparked the drive. Jerry Colgate passed to Tom Johnson for the exlra point. (High school scoring on the extra point was used.) irrW inrl tniilp it 11 TD STATE COU.EOE. Mill. -- Wide Wllk- aros ana mace it 10 i u i rM j, nrt ,, h ,., ( fxlo n,,|i colt ii ,t or the season with a mne- l Miuu»ippi suit, cftictive »l m o! cm- Greeley's Don Gettman scored John nJ' Unilas {o Lenn i' M(wrc ' 10 Frosh's touchdown on a 2- combination had connected for a ' 17-yard scoring pass arid the only iouchdown against the Cards (4-6), who were unable to pene-' Irate beyond thq Baltimore 42. hk Blelskl took a three-yard , 'iV,;' from Eddie LeBoron to end ; an 82-yard march wilh Iwo min; ulcs left that gave the Cowboyi (4-5-1) a lie with the Redskins! 3t. was Washington's 20th straight!, game without a win', but snapped a non-,yaid flip to Joe -Walton, a 3e-|"5n,"pASO. T«. - ivichii. univtuiiila 17-game losing streak for an' '"-" ' vm^ Sul *°* 1 TM Ho-9-1 record. Amwican LMJIM E*»r*ni Dfyhtwi Houston Boston _ W.L..T.Pct ing eleven, saw its bowl aspira- Chicago 4 7 S _.. 6 3 1 6 4 1 f c 5 5 0 .66' .600 .500 Buffalo' 5 6 0 .455 Divlinn W..L.T.Pct San Diego 11 0 0 1.000 Dallas 3 7 0 .30C Denver 3 Oakland FrTdiy'i FttsuHi Boston 20, Oakland 17 Svmliy't RtuiHs San Diego 24, Dallas U Buffalo 23, Denver 10 Houston 49, New York 13 '' ThurMUy's G»m* Buffalo at New York N»xt Jvnt*y'» Cwn*i Oakland, at Dallas Denver at Houston 0 .273 NHL By THi-ASSOCIATiD PRESS . W L..T..PC D A L L A S , Tex. (AP) -- The merican Football League was harged Sunday by a newspaper said Hunt;.'. If they would be interested in I playing if they were drafted,"! ith c6riducting a secret player ·aft, but Commissioner Joe Foss enied any. knowledge that AFL swners have jumped the gun. The Dallas News said it had arned of the drafl, conducted ast week and probably by tele hone, and that at least one play- r.'already had been offered onlract. The Ifews listed such players s Roman Gabriel, North Caro- ina Slate quarlerback; Ernie Dais, Syracuse back; Lance Alworth, Arkansas back, and. Ron ie Bull, Baylor back, as among lie eight-selections. "This is the first I've heard of ," FOJS said. "I don't believe it nit I'm sure going to check into t." Foss said he' had staled in a elter to the American Football Coaches Association this summer hat he would! comply with MI NCAA request not'to -hold the AFL player draft until after the inal day of the collegiate season. The official. p 1 a y e r drafI is scheduled.for Dec, I, (he'i*y 'of he.fiiiaUcollege games.' / , The News quoted an unnamed Southwest Conference 'coach,, as laving heard the AFL · already iad held at. least part of the Jim KeniU,' public relations director - ' o f ' the NFL said the league had information that the AFL held a sneak draft of 48 players. "The immediate concern, however, is not ours," Kenail said. "The National League will go ahead with its scheduled draft meeting in Chicago Dec. 4, as anounced. , "The problem is one for the colleges to whom a written commitment for a Dec. 1 draft was made last '-August by the other league." In Chicago, Bill Reed, Big Ten commissioner, said he would ask: Foss to retract the draft--if one; were held--and" to ball any authorized negotiations with boys who are in school. Heed was co-chairman of the Football C o a c h e s Auociation- NCAA committee which worked out : ^, draft ban until the end of the season. ' · -"It. H is true, rt is a shocking h of faith," Reed 'said. "More than that K seefns to be 1 8 0 JOO draft. "And I believe .they \ must have, too,.the way they've'been calling," the new« said the coach told it. "Oh sure, our guys have been contacting some of the kids they would like to draft, just'.like the National Football . League ; hai been doing," said Fos. "But that doesn't m«an we've held * draft or tried to sign anybody.".' .-. The News listed Houston, Dallas, Oakland, Buffalo, New York, Denver, San Diego and Boston as having high selections like Bobby Ply of, Baylor, Jim Saxton of Texas, Merlin Olse'n of Utah State He said there is no evidence of the draft in the' Bl| Ten but that he knows of at least one college in the southwest* which is "very upset." Montreal 9 5 4 22 Toronlo 10 8 1 N e w York 8 5 5 Delroit S 8 3 lions 'blunted by a 17-15 loss to Notre Dame. The setback dam 'aged the Orange's chances of win ring the Lambert Trophy, symbol; of eastern supremacy. , Perm Stale increased its stalure %y thumping Holy Cross 34-14. Army was jolted by Oklahoma in Yankee Stadium 14-8 but Navy won ilJ-3 over Virginia. Now the 15 14 3 11 Boston 4 10 Sun4*y' Ganwi Montreal 3, Chicago 3 (tie) New York 5, Toronto 3 Delroit 6," Cnston · 4 Saturdays Garnet Montreal 4, New York 4 (tie) Toronlo 6, Detroit 1 Twtday's Games No games scheduled. , end Bill Hudson of Memphis State. The News also said the AFL had a redshirt draft of six rounds last spring and picked up a number of players having another year of college eligibility. D a l l a s Texan owner Lamar Hunt denied any knowledge of aft early draft. "I imagine what someone has in mind is our territorial draft," he said. "Each team gets two b o n u s picks ol players in its territory. All of the teams have been contacting some of these players and asking them Mi MOTTMM A»0trt»«. ON 1WY 9.OH.... CATTLE FEEDERS! GET YOUR NEWLY ARRIVED CALVES OFF TO A FAST START! H«lp prevent bacteria] pneumonia,' shipping fever and tecondary infection*. Therapeutic FEEDS provide you with a hand/ economical way to get high-levels .of Aureomycin and Vitamin A into coftle fast. Jt costs only 5c a day to start cattle on the recommended '350 milligrams of Aureo- mycin, 6 ! /2C with high level 100,000 I. U. Vitamin A added. COMPARE THESE PRICES! Aureomycin Crumbles . . 515.00 for 50 Ib. bag Therapeutic FEEDS "700" CONTAINS 700 mgs. 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