The Evening Standard from Uniontown, Pennsylvania on December 14, 1962 · Page 12
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JACK -CMONIOWN, PA., HUDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1»« (BKOWKSVU1£ TXUXWOTV) THE EVENING STANDARD IMS' Ron Sepic Voted To AP's All-State Grid Team SPORTS STANDARD By TOD TRENT Berald-SUndard Sport* Editor The scholastic football honors continue to flood in for Uniontown High School's Ron Sepic \yho this morning was named to a first team end position on the Associated Press Ail-State team. It just about sweeps the board clean for the 6-5, 200-pounder. · --x-He's been named on every All-State squad that's hit print and has a good chance to become the first double All-Stater (football and basketball) since Brian Generalovich earned both his senior year at Farrell High School. One reason Waynesburg High School is always one of the strongest -- usually the best -- in scholastic wrestling. A total of 104 boys turned out for the squad this season to vie for the 12 starting positions. Gary Kaltenbach, Pitt's huge tackle and brother of Uniontown grid coaching aide Leon, was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL and the Houston Oilers of the AFL. The United Football League's Most Valuable Player this season was Grand Rapids quaterback Ed Chlebek, a graduate of Western Michigan. The 21-year-old gridder is a native of Uniontown and attended North Union schools until his family moved to Detroit while he was in junior high. Chlebek established new passing records in the loop this season completing 200 aerials in 353 attempts for 2.558 yards and 20 touchdowns and had only 11 aerials intercepted during the campaign. The annual WPIAL meeting postponed from last week is scheduled for tomorrow morning at the Webster Hall Hotel, according to William E. Dolde, Connellsville High School principal and president of the organization. --x-Herb Ellis, the junior quarterback at Westminster College from Connellsville, has been named to the first team signal-calling slot on the 1962 District All-Star football squad. Brownsville's Alan Sepsi of California State was a second team backfield selection. Redstone's John DeSimone, another Cal State player, was an honorable mention at guard. y Smithfield's Phil Grimm booted Mr. Whimsy home ahead of the field to win the longest race on last Satur- Tom Fee Is Named On Third By DAVE HARRISBURG LEHERR (A) - A little guy from a little school claimed the biggest share of votes this year on the 1962 Pennsylvania All-State scholastic football team named by the Associated Press. He's Tiny Tim Montgomery, a 5-8, 175-pound scatback who almost sioglehandedly led Kane to its first undefeated season in his-* tory with an 8-0 record. , | Montgomery shares the AP backfield spotlight with three giants in contrast -- quarterback RON SEPIC TOM FEE Uniontown Ends On All-State Team Rich Vidmer of Hempfield Area, Walt Marciniak. 212-pound fullback from Old Forge, and flashy Allen Cuffie of New Castle. Also named to the first-team by a panel of some 90 sportswriters and sportscasters was a power- packed line featuring hard-charg- day's program at Narragansett Park. The race was run over a two miles and 70 yard distance. South Union's Dave Marovich ranked third in scoring for Grove City moving into cage action this week. He'll be in the starting lineup tonight when the Wolverines play host to Wooster, Ohio, College. ·--x-- Casper Voithofer, a California High product, is going great guns for California State College this winter. He's in his first collegiate season and has been scoring well for the Vulcans. He had a game high total of 26 earlier this week as Cal State lost a close 78-74 decision to Indiana. ·--x-- Bill McPherson, the Carmichaels High School product, gave California State a 16-15 wrestling decision over Indiana State when he won a 2-0 decision in the unlimited bout in the windup match on the card between the two College Conference rivals. V Pitt's final 10-game statistics revealed that Redstone's Fred Mazurek completed six of 13 passes for 58 yards and one touchdown and rushed 49 times for a net of 182 during the past campaign. In addition he returned two kickoffs for 122 yards, one 93 yards for a touchdown against Notre Dame. Penn State's 10-game stats going into the Gator Bowl show Bellmar's Ron Cnates hitting 15 of 31 passes for 235 yards and a TD. He was also the fourth leading scorer for the Lions with 30 points. He kicked 15 of 18 extra points and five of eight field goal tries. --x-Ex-Brownsville High School gridder Gary Klingensmith netted 59 yards on 11 rushes for the Nittany Lions in a reserve role and also tallied twice for the once-beaten Lambert Trophy winners. Don LeJohn, the California High School grad who is a member of the Los Angeles Dodger farm system in the summer, shot a buck last week while hunting with his father near Chalk Hill. This past summer he played third base for Omaha in the American Assn. District 7 Honorables Area players receiving District 7 honorable mention included: Tackles--Phil Zlmcosky, Union; Joe TaffonJ, Carmichaels; Paul Vargo, North Union. Guards - Gerald Walkos, North Union; Ray Mullen, Bellmar; Jerry Simon, German Twp.; Andy Kostelnik, Redstone; Nick Caromano, Un. lonfown. Cenier-Ed Vuknic, Carmi- ctiaels. Backs -- Bennett Gregory, Uniontown; Lin Bierer, South Union; Marty Nagg, Brownsville; Ron Austin, North Union; Russ Theakston, Bellmar; Bob Petcheny, German Twp.; Glenn Ellsworth, Carmichaels; Larry Phillips, German Twp.; Bob Alcheson, Carmichaels. tag Charlie Appleberry of Harris burg Harris, and towering John Naponick, a 6-9, 290-pound tackli from Norwin. Ends Jerry Sanker of unbeaten Altoona and Ron Sepic of WPIAL- Class AA winner Uniontown that wasn't enough, the mite also threw and The Waynesburg College basketball team this season includes Jim Lowe and Jerry Washington, former German cagers. Brownsville's Chuck Kelley and hometown product Randall McCann who played under Jack Cassidy at Waynesburg High last year. The Jacket wrestling squad has these district products performing on the mats this winter--Bob Gary and Joe Simon of German: Ron Shimek, Jefferson-Morgan; and Terry Wilson, Tony Gusic and Bill Snodgrass, all of Waynesburg. Washington and Jefferson's basketball fortunes are on the rise and Beth-Center's Toby Simon, a senior, and Uniontown's John Unice, a sophomore, are Vey members of the squad and consistent double figure scorers in early games. U.S. CAGERS WIN MANILA (AP)--The undefeated United States basketball loam wmind up the seven-nation Philipp i n e invitational tournament Thursday night with its sixth straight victory by detesting the Philippines 94-58. GET JACKETS Thr Conlsprlntf soflhnll team nf the Coolspring A.f. Sin- Pitch League will rfccivr (heir 1962 jackets at 7:30 .Saturday evening In the A.C. rluhrooms. Players are urgfd to attend. tackle Joe Smyth of Norristown Bishop Kenrick, guard Jack Wood Johnstown and center Bob Cum mings of Neshaminy, round ou the front line. All boast impressive statistics and the unqualified praise of their coaches, but the versatile Mont gomery seemed to capture the fancy of friend and foe alike. "Tim's the greatest team player I've ever seen or coached," says his coach, Bernie McQuown. "He's terrific," opposing coaches were heard to say during the season. Montgomery ripped off 20 touchdowns for the Wolves in eight games and chewed up 904 yards in 97 carries for an average of 9.3 yards. As if mighty caught passes played clutch defense, and handled the Kane punting chores. Equally impressive were the records of the other backs during the regular season. Vidmer piled up a sparkling 1,726 yards in total offense, passing for 16 touchdowns and scoring seven more himself to lead Hempfield to a 9-0-1 record and within a hair of the coveted WPIAL crown won by Uniontown. He also excelled on defense. Another top two-way player this year was Marciniak. a three-year varsity man from perrenial East Penn conference p o w e r . Old Forge. Mariniak accounted for 17 touchdowns and averaged seven yards per carry while playing linebacker on defense. Last but not leas! is Cuffie. offensive sparkplug of the New Castle Hurricanes. A 6-fooU halfback, Cuiiie rushed for 855 yards scored 14 touchdowns and was rated one of the WPIAL's best all- round players. Coincidentally, teammate Dan Spanish of New Castle was the only repeater on this year's firsl three teams, a third team enc last year. Spanish was named to the second team backfield by this year's panel. The closest race was for center with Cummings edging Ok Forge's Lou Astolfi by a men three points. Votes are compiled on a point rating system with so many points for first place votes, so many points for second team votes, and so many points for third team votes. Astolfi was named to the second team. Another neck - and · neck scramble found Marciniak nosing out George Barren of Tamaqua for fullback honors. Appleberry was the leading vote-getter among linemen, out- polling such stars as Don Bailey of Greensburg, Ennis Holbrook of Coatesville, John Pavokovich nf Beaver Falls. Ed Lenrta nf Me- Koespnrl. and Boh Sunday of Stale College. All 11 first team players are highly sought after by top colleges and universities around the country. AP All-State Teams HARRISBURG (AP) - Here i the 1962 Pennsylvania All - State Scholastic Football team name Thursday by The Associatec Press: FIRST TEAM Ends -- Jerry Sanker, Altoona and Ron Sepic, Uniontown. Tackles -- Joe Smyth. Norris town Bishop Kenrick, and John Naponick, Norwin. Guards -- Charlie Appleberry Harrisburg John Harris, and Jack Wood. Johnstown. Center -- Bob Cummings, Ne- j shaminy. Quarterback -- Rich Vidmer Hempfield Area. Backs--Tim Montgomery, Kane; Alien Cuffie, New Castle, and Walt Marciniak, Old Forge. SECOND TEAM Ends--Bob Vukmer, Townville and John Thompson, Plymouth- Whitemarsh. Tackles--John Pavkovich, Beav er Falls, and Paul Townsend, Upper Merion. Guards -- Don Bailey, Greensburg, and D e n n i s Holbrook, Coatesville. Center --Lou Astolfi, Old Forge. Quarterback -- George Gimble, Wilkes-Barre Meyers. Backs--Tom Burger, Lancaster Catholic; George Barren, Tamaqua; Frank Antonini, Ambridge, (tie), and Dan Spanish, New Castle (tie) THIRD TEAM Ends -- Fred Wallace, Sharon, and Tom Fee, Unionlown. Tackles - Nat Mitchell, Capt. Jack, and Dave McCandless, Butler. Guards -- Mike Vincent, Corry; Larry (Tip) Himes, York, and Bob Sunday, State College. Center--Harold Mauro, Verona Quarterback -- Allen Sack, Chi Chester. Backs -- Bob Marks, Danville Gary Ross, Harrisburg Penn, an Bill Rettig, Butler. HONORABLE MENTION Ends -- Ken Shepperson, Dan ville; Joe Clare, Lewistown; Ric Machel, S o u t h Hills Catholi (Pittsburgh); John Kubala, Lan caster Catholic; Bob Megonne Central Dauphin; Pete Shalonis Mount Carmel. Tackles--Joe Boyakowski, Har risburg Harris; Ed Lenda, Me Keesport; Pat Buratti, Pittsburg Langley; John Bense, Philade phia Father Judge; Dick Hoyne Tyrone; Wayne Groce, Selins grove; Ed Johnson, Hellertown. Guards--Andy Majersky, Apo a; Tom Detwiler, PhoenixviUe Dick Bartlett, Selinsgrove; John Dewey, Blakely; Frank Basehoar LiUlestown. Centers--Eton (Buster) Karen ehak, Monessen; Allie Harper Central Dauphin; Dick Olsen itate College; Dick Jessup, Mead ville. Quarterbacks -- Bob Thomas Sharon; Joe Pohl, Erie East; Bol Biletnikoff, E r i e Tech; Pet* Smith, Uniontown. Backs--Dave Smith, Hollidays )urg; Bob Baxter, Neshaminy aig Markel, Lock Haven; Char ie Bricker, Upper Perkomen; )ick Nye, Chambersburg; Bob iauer, Boyertown; Paul Hudson. Coatesville; C h a r l i e Coieman, )arb - Colwyn; Tony Demary, Greensburg; Bill Sopko, New Kenington; Ken Bills, Danville; Tom !arylon, Hazleton; Mike Condb, Bald Eagle Area. Commodores Trip Owls Again, 85-72 Mary Fuller Frazier High School recorded its second straight bas- setball victory over Connellsville Immaculate Conception last night 3y an 85-72 count on the Owls' court. Frazier had opened its season last Tuesday with a 67-50 triumph over I. C. Four players scored in double figures to pace the Commodores winning attack. Dave Stolarik led .he way with 13 points, connecting on 10 field goals and three of four free throw attempts. Barry Lynch and John Stevenson each tallied 17 points and Jim ·"Blonder followed with 16. Their scoring overtook a 31-point erformance by I. C.'s Joe O'Hern vho sank 12 shots from the floor and seven of eight charity toss- s. Larry Elynn and Don McCauley ollowed with 12 and 11 counters, ·espedjvely. Both teams shot well from the 'oul line, Frazier netting 17 of 19 attempts and I. C. 26 of 33. Frazier's spread came from the loor, rippling the cords 34 times while the Owls were hitting 23. The Commodores ^opened up a 25-15 first period cushion, then I. C. cut off one point to trai] by nine, 30-39, at halftime. Both teams sent 51 points through the hoops in the third stanza, Frazier winning the count by 28 to 23. That gave the Commodores a 14-ppint bulge, 67-53. I. C. outpointed Frazier one point in the last canto, 19-18, but was too far behind to catch up. The Owls now have lost two straight games and show a 1-3 record. FRAZIER (85) FO FT Pts Stolarik. f ............ 10 Lynch, 1 .............. 8 Sterenson, c .......... 7 Hatcher, g ............ 0 Palonder. g .......... 3 Kurutz ............... 1 Johnson .............. 2 3-4 S-5 3-3 4-5 0-0 2-2 0-0 TOTALS 34 17-19 85 C'VIILE I.C. (72) FG FT Pts Lowney, f 1 McCauley, ( 4 Flynn, c 3 Murtha, g 1 .12 .... 1 .... 1 4-6 3-3 6-8 2-4 7-8 0-0 4-4 O'Hern, g Bulll ... ZwisTan TOTALS S3 26-33 72 Score by Periods: Frazier 25 14 I. C 15 15 28 18--85 23 19--72 Officials--John Ortmaldt. Saber and Tony Packers Jim Taylor NFL Player Of Year By BOB MYERS LONG BEACH. Calif. (AP) Jim Taylor is a very discreet young man except when he is bulling his way through a horde of acklers in the National Football League. So when the fullback of the de- 'ending champion Green Bay Packers was advised Thursday he lad been voted player of the year n the NFL in the annual Associated Press poll, he said, in his soft Southern drawl: "This makes me feel real great. :*am honored, very much. "But credit should go to my .earn which made this possible. They're great. I couldn't operate vithout them. No one knows this letter than 1 do." The former Louisiana State Uni- ·ersily Tiger, who still lives in he off-season at Baton Rouge, was awarded the distinction by ·ote of football writers and brbad- asters who cover the league in he 14 cities. Taylor is here with the Pack's, awaiting their final game of K regular season with Oie Rams i Los Angeles Sunday. Taylor, at 215 relatively small lit powerfully potent, already has tied the league record of 18 for the most touchdowns scored in one season. He figures to break the mark against the Rams. Green Bay fans have long claimed Taylor merited the honor just received and deplored the fact that for the past few years fullback Jimmy Brown of the Cleveland Browns got most of the headlines. This year Taylor has gained 1,318 yards in 249 carrier and Brown is well down the line with 881. Taylor received 19 first place votes and won rather decisively from his nearest rival, Y.A. Tittle, quarterback of the New York Giants, who had 13. Others who received ballots were Bobby Mitchell, halfback with the Washington Redskins, four votes; Roger Brown, defensive tackle of the Detroit Lions, two, and Detroit linebacker Joe Schmidt and Lou Michaels, place- kicking specialist and defensive end for the Pittsburgh Steelers, one each. The NCAA officially sanctioned 15 post · season football bowl games this year. Jordan Is Best Lineman By BOB GREEN NEW YORK (AP)-Lee Ro Jordan, Alabama's tough, talen ed center was named the nation' outstanding college football lineman of 1962 Thursday in an As sodated Press poll of sports wrt ers and broadcasters throughou the country. Jordan, a 207-pound All-Americ who hopes for a career in professional football, was pressed i the voting only by Bobby Bell Minnesota's giant tackle. Together, they polled more thai half the 126 votes cast. Jorda: received 40, Bell 28. The rest o the vote was scattered among ; couple of dozen players. Jordai joins quarterback Terry Baker a Oregon State, earlier named Bad of the Year in the AP season end poll. Jordan was almost as devastai ing on offense as he was as a linebacker, but it's in the latte capacity that he hopes to make a professional career. He was the No. 1 draft choice of the Dallas Cowboys of the National Footbal League'and the No. 2 choice o Boston of the American Footbal League. "I'd like to take a crack at a defensive linebacker job," Jordan said, "and I think I could get a chance with either club at thai position." Jordan, while relatively light by professional standards, has a 6 'oot-2 frame which could carry more weight. He has the enthusi astic backing of his coach, Bear 3ryant, and the selectors. Bryant, noted for his grudging, mrd-nosed teams, calls Jordan 'The best linebacker in the Southeast Conference and I believe the nation. There never has been another like Lee Roy Jordan." Jordan, twice named the AP taemarr o£ the week during the 962 season, played almost all the way In all games as Alabama uilt a 9-1 record and secured a pot in the Orange Bowl. In addition to Bell, others gain- ng major voting support were Southern California end Hal Bedole, Texas guard Johnny Tread- wen, Dartmouth center Don Mc- tinnon. Northwestern guard Jack vercko, Washington tackle Ray Mansfield and Washington State nd Hugh Campbell. Cage Scores HIGH SCHOOL Blairsville 65, Ligonier 51 Myersdale 65, Somerset 62 Shanksville-Stonycreek 56, Wind- Mr 50 COLLEGE Duke 92, Clemson 67 Michigan 82, TCU'60 Notre Dame 74, Creighton 48 SMU 83, LSU 68 Niagara 75, Dayton 67 Tulsa 76, Arkansas 68 Vermont 95, Norwich 72 Richmond 70, Bald-Wallace 56 Miami (Fla.) 116, Florida South- rn 93 Alabama 76, Chattanooga 54 Bates 67, Bowdoin 62 Lenoir Rhyne 96, Guilford 48 PRO BASKETBALL National Assn. Boston 103, Detroit 93 Cincinnati 142, Chicago 123 Amerlcal League Kansas City 123, Pittsburgh 101 CAGE VICTIM LEWISTON, Idaho (AP)-AIan arris, 12, Clarkston, Wash., died : a heart attack while playing asketball at the boys club in /ewiston Wednesday night. Bill Munsey Signs With Canada Team Bill Munsey, University of Minnesota halfback, yesterday signed a contract with, the British Columbia (Vancouver) Lions of the Canadian Football League. The announcement was made last night by the Canadian team. Munsey, former Uniontown High School grid star, was a fourth round draft choice of the Cleveland Browns the. National Football. in League, and also had been tabbed by the New York Titans of the three-year-old American League. Therefore, Munsey joins former Minnesota and UHS teammate Sandy Stephens in the Canadian League. Stephens, who won All- America honors with the Gophers in 1961, played this season with the Montreal Alouettes. Ironically, Stephens, a quarterback, had been a second round draft pick of the Cleveland team, and an early selection of the Titans. But, disenchanted with both teams, he signed a three- year, no-cut pact with the Als. Munsey was a three-year regular with the Minnesota Gophers, was a member of the 1960 national champion football team, and played in two consecutive Rose Bowl games. He and Stephens combined to give the Gophers a dangerous passing and running threat the two seasons they played together. No terms in the contract were announced. 11 Scholastic Cage Battles Set Tonight Undefeated Albert Gailatin anc Bedstone hope to keep their records spotless tonight as their ,ames headline an 11-game scholastic basketball card for the dis- rict. With three straight triumphs :ach, Albert Gailatin hosts Union- .own St. John's (2-l) and Red 1 stone invades Jefferson (0-3). North Union, showing two traight wins, will entertain Carmichaels (0-2). The Rams will be rying to avenge a 69-60 setback Carmichaels handed them last ?ear, one of three defeats on their ecord. South Union, which opened with victory over Kolb Memorial last Tuesday, ventures to Belle Veron to battle unbeaten Bellmar 2-0). Brownsville will attempt to get ack on the winning path by oing after its third win in four ·tarts against a visiting Mon Val- jy Catholic squad. Waynesburg has a modest two- jame victory string under way and shoots for win number three n four games with a home strug- le against German (1-2). Fairchance-Georges (1-1) makes s third start of the season in a oad assignment at Rostraver. leth Center (3-0) has a tough as- ignment in a home game with Itoona, always one of Hie state's op cage teams. Mapletown and Kolb Memorial et together for a joust on the Cnight's floor in Masontown. Kolb 1-2 and the Maples 0-1. Cali- ornia (1-2) visits Elizabeth-Forward. Completing the card will be the leighborhood struggle between ·unbar and Connellsville on the oker court. The Mules carry an )-3 chart-against the Coker's 0-2 mark. One of the guards on La Salle o 11 e g e's freshman basketball earn is Dick Yastrzeniski, broth- r of Boston Red Sox outfielder 'arl. iJI BILL MUNSEY Will Play In Canada Minnesota Giant Inks AFL Pact DALLAS (AP) -Bobby Bell, Minnesota's All-America tackle hailed as the outstanding interior lineman of collegiate football, was signed to a contract by the Dallas Texans of the American Football League Thursday. Don Klosterman, Texan scout, signed Bell at Minneapolis. Bell was the No. 7 draft choice of the Texans and the second pick of the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. The amount of his contract was not revealed by the Texans but it was learned that it was for about $15.000. However, the Minneapolis Tribune said the Dallas offer reportedly was a 5-year, no cut contract with a salary in the neighborhood of $150,000, or $30,000 annually. Off-season employment was also 'cited as a condition. The Vikings offered Bell three one-year pacts with a substantial wnus and a salary estimated be- .ween $15,000 and $20,000 a year. The 6-fooK 217-pounder is slat- id to play tackle, both offense and defense, for the Texans. Bell was winner of the Outland Trophy given by the Football Writers of America to the no. 1 interior lineman of the nation. Cage Slate TONIGHT California at Elizabeth-Forward German at Waynestmrr St. John's at Albert Gailatin Mapletown at Kolb Memorial Redstone at Jefferson Mon Valley catholic at Browns- llle Carmichaels at North Union Dunbar at Connellsville Fairchance-Georges at Rostraver South Union at Bellmar Altoona at Beth-Center ·$% iRANGES ON MIND - Alabama .fiillhark Kd mprlllc (left), guard Jimmy Sharp? and Chcci- '·dfr Den» Fnrlfuberry happily display the rang* Bowl trophy Alabama received n l l r r hoatinr; Syracuse In 1953. The Tide « i l l ,ry ils hiiiid ngninsl Okl.-ihonui on .Inn. I. Hill.'!, in Iho .Miami Classic. -- ,ip U'lrcnhoio

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