Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on August 2, 1964 · Page 23
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IT. a stefiM thfe Packefs teftt 1 ynaf find It 'ttMMh totighef l^tegf t(r (ttff the twr>touchdowtt failed Chieage Beat^ in tbitf year'a All* , Star faotball n gatng, sat S6ldler ' Friday night.,: _ , lethal pa'ssteg'df Hort VftndefKelen and unetfingitoe of Bob Jencks-led the 'three touchdown >, .BULL ON THE LOOSE — Chicago Beats' talenied halfbafck Ronnie Bull iakea a pitchout from quarter* back Dave Maihieson- as ,ihe National i League champions prepare for ihelr game wlih ihs ^College All-Stars Aug, ust 7th *it Chicago; (AP Wirephoto), to a startling-26^17 upset of the 1 then champion Packers of the~ National Football League, But the Slst'All-StW gam6, entering which the pros hold a 19-9 edge with two ties played, sends a dedicated, grim Bear club against the pick of the 1963 college seniors. - * \ t , , ,The champion Bearsi coached by 69-year-old Georgo Halas, already have pledged the 1964 sea^ son' to teammates cWlllie Oali- more and John Far r 1 n g t o n/ killed in a July 26 auto crash near the Bears' Rensselaer, Ind training camp. • • ' " , that oven on the field, they Mearlv fell flat on.their faces/ 1 ecalled Northwestern Coach Alex Agase, then-.an-.All-Star Pro Football MoVes Onto f\I • |"« J I "ff"l • % A f I Playing Fields This Week By The Associated Press Professional football' moves out of the training camps'and onto the playing fields this week with Friday night's game between the Chicago Bears and'the College All-Stars -'at Chicago showing the way. Before another Sunday rolls around all 22 teams in the two major leagues, except the Pittsburgh Steelers, will have played a game. The Steelers draw a first- week bye because the Bears play the collegians in the annual game at Soldier Field. That means one of the 14 teams in the; national Football League must sit out the first week. As a result,Buddy Parker's Steelers will play only ,fotir exhibitions instead of the five^ scheduled for the others, The return of Paul Hornung to action with Green Bay against the St. Louis Cardinals, a prime Eastern Conference title hope, will focus attention on their Saturday night game in New Orleans. The New York Giants, defending champs in the East, will test their revamped ball club for the first,time'Saturday night in the home park of Dutch Van Brocklin's Minnesota Vikings. Joe Kuharich, who has been trading and shuffling the Phila- Records Continue To Fall of AAU LOS ALTO HILLS, Calif. (AP)—Records continued falling in the National AAU Outdoor swimming Championships Saturday with breaststroke star Anne Bancroft breaking one and the Santa Clara Swim Club women's 800-meter medley relay "team establishing another. Those performances brought the meet record total to 14 in three days, which have also brought five world marks. Don Schollander, who cracked Women Begin Tryoufsfor The Olympics NEW YORK (AP) - Edith McGuire, who captured two_ first placeg/Iii the 'recent U.S.' Russia track meet, heads a list of 173 women athletes who will compete for spots on this country's Olympic team jnjhe trials at Randall's Island next weekend. Miss McGuire, a Tennessee State student from Atlanta, won both sprints against the Rus, sians a week ago and anchored Jhe winning relay team whjlf keying this country's strongest- ever performance against the Russians. She's the National AAU 800- meter queen and is favored, at that distance, but ranks onto as s co-favoritp to th^ 100 weters, In Uiat event she must compete agajust g fiey o| §0, ia^udiiig Wyomia Tyus of feflnessee §tate and. WiUye WWfei, egcji of whom te done Miss Tyus is tb§ m«onal *AAU champ at JOQ meters, one of the 13 champions tntejeij in, fte trials. The others Wudf Mrs. Pat Winslow pf San MJteo, Calif., pentathlon; RaNae, Bag of §aa Diego, J9veUn; Janell Smith of FVedtofll^, ICan., W sieters; jiie Bondj of Rjyefsjdj, Q 80-meter hurdles .and Miss White, .froro Ctao, broa4 3WP. Aft are recoj4 the ;world 400-meter freestyle record Friday! had a chance to better his own 200-meter world mark Saturday. Schollander qualified easily for the 200 final in 2:03,2, "Australian Murray 'Rose g in at 2:03.6. Roy Saari of El Segundo, Calif., posted the best qualifying time of 2:01.6. Schollander holds the world record at 1:58.4 but pending rec ognition is 1:58.2 by Germany's Hans Klein. Miss Bancroft, who set a meet record for the 200-meter breast- stroke'in qualifying but lost in the final, paced the 100-meter qualifiers with 1:20.0. She lowered the record of 1:20.6 set by Germany's Wiltrud Ursehnann in 1962. Two other breaststroke qualifiers also bettered the previous meet record. Claudia Kolb, '14- year-old from Santa Clara who beat Miss Bancroft in an Amer- icun record 2:49.8 for 200-meters swam 100 in 1:20.2 while Jan Henne, of Palo Alto, Calif,, was timed in 1:20.4. at the Foothill College 50-meter pool. Eight qualify for finals in each event. Swimming the 800-meter freestyle relay, newly added to the AAU program, the Santa Clara team of Terri Stickles, Sharon Finneran, Pokey Watson and Ppnna de Varona toured in 9:26.0, That established the record and also smashed' the official American majrk of 10:09.8 set in 1956, but the Santa Clara, quartet has swum 9:13.4 previously this year for the pending Amer^ lean record. In the first two days of com petition, there were 22 records, indicating the tremendous in> proyement in swimming over the pajst four years. Only in the Olympic summers da the swim-, mers, compete at pefeic distances. During the other three th§ races are measured io, yarsjs, which brings another set of records. One of fte most sJgajfies&t was the worJ4 record 4pJMneter individual medley by 17-year^M Dick Roth of Atnerton, Calif. with his 4:48 in the Oiympj(c event, Roth swam JW meters butterfly in J:0it», was turned it |:13.9 after the 100 backstroke and 3:44,3 after W0 breaststrofaj fcefort finishing with 100 freestyle- delphia Eagles since he took over as head coach, will try to )Ut the pieces together against Jaltimore Saturday night in Hershey, Pa. Sonny Jurgensen, Washing- on's new quarterback, and Sam -luff of Giant fame, will play heir first game with the Redsk- ns Saturday night in Charlotte, .C. against the strong Detroit <ions. Dallas, minus injured Buddy )Ial but with Tommy McDonald n the line-up, plays its first of hree west coast games Saturday night in Los Angeles against Swede Svare's Rams. The American Football League has two Saturday night exhibition openers. The New York Jets will take on the Buf- 'alo Bills in Tampa, Fla. and Denver will provide the first :est for the defending champion San Diego Chargers at San Diego. In action Sunday, Aug. 9, will be Houston at Boston and Kansas City at Oakland in the AFL and Cleveland at San Francisco in the NFL. Dick Modzelewski of Cleveland, formerly of the New York Siants, has the longest consecutive game streak of active play, ers in the NFL with 138. Jim Ringo of Philadelphia, an ex- Packer, and Ed Brown of Pittsburgh, are next with 126. Leo Nomellini of the San Francisco 49ers who retired after the 1963 season, holds the record of 174 games, ^ " Israel Lang, a free agent from Tennessee A&Ii has -been making a big noise in the camp of the Eagles at Hershey, Pa. The Giants are gabbing about their free agent sleeper, Ernie Wheelwright of Southern Illinois. Washington can't wait until the All-Star game is over to ihstal Charley Taylor of Arizona State as their running back, Don Thompson, a third year man from Richmond, is heir apparent to Gino Marchettt at Baltimore although the Colts stil hope.Ginp will change his mind about retiring. "Gino can come back any time up to Sept. 13,' said Coach Don Shula, Angelo Coia beat Frank Budd the Olympic sprinter, in a relay race with full football equipment the other day at the Redskins' camp in Carlisle, Pa John Seedborg, a kicker from Arizona State, is giving Bob Khayat a few worries with the Skins. The rookie kicks field goals and punts. Baltimore ex pects 40,000 plus at $1 a copy for charity to see intra-squad game Monday night in homo park New York Jets also split up for a squad game Sunday at Hofstra College. Atlantic Coast Foot ball League season opens Aug. ', with Providence at Portland Maine, SALES CAREER OPPORTUNITY WITH DISTRIBUTOR OF 3H COMPANY 3$, ol iise4 to top level h. BSr ' Its MEN'S NET TOURNEY SET FOR MONDAY The Lake Charles' Men's Tennis Tournament will begin' Monday at 6 p.m. at the Lake Charles High courts, director Jane Henry lias announced. Players wishing to participate in the 1064 singles tournament should report at this time. A bracket will be drawn among those players who file entry at this time. Should a player be unable to appear at this time, however, he should contact Miss Henry at 433-1837 prior to 6 p.m. Three Posf Top Scores In Bowling HONOR ROLL Men 215 LINES: Mike LeBIanc J35. Women 185 LINES: Aoole Walker 213, B e H y Smith 210, May Gulllory 310, B c 11 y Smith 208-190, Iva Augemleln 206-190187, Peggy Williams lot, Marilyn Smith 194" Joyce Keys 192, Led Homll. ton 192, pat Sanders 191, Mildred Sterna 189, Alelfa McFdltei- 189, Doris Waldroun 167, Belly LeBluo 185. 500 SERIES: Iva Auoensteln 583, Betty Smith 574.545, Mildred Sloma 542, P«am Williams 535, Marilyn Smllh 517, Aletto McFotter 515, Maggie Morgan 514, Carol Romero S07. If fufthet InSptfaJfosf tatiofl' ft tte<«ded t; th« Belts Isd Witt be terott fdm$$ lot ' shoeing te' tWeif last - game eppeSfance;; '" . Was/ft^ 1M? rattie in ;h!cfi the Beafs Wcrlhutnbled , -IB an, "aie , coftdttioited" ftfail. Athliflhue -of" that afte»- Alt-Staf Coach Frank .eahy kept his players oUtdoofi it ohe end of sweltering Soldier told, ., ' ;' , - ' But the Beats '.hurried from no humid,' 90-degree weather n to their air-conditioned locker Ottft Gfahattti'wlir} s"efid§ hi! seveMh Ail-Star teaM, against the Bfeafs, b mainly eo«eeffled oVef the manner 5 in,WhlcV.th'6 t>w shafn'ps mdy respond to the . the All^tHf fdft-t« crack the NFL'rf beat de«, f6nse Will be a trl& ol sharp* pitching- quarterbacks • «• Pefe Beathard of Southern- CaUfdf' nia 1 , George Mira of Miami' ef |lorida, and Jack Concannon OE Boston College. , ' . ' . • If one Is able to take charge _ ^__ „„„ ww**»*w«\fm,ivv* AVVtk^i Al. Wilt* JO C4U*V W l>CmC VtlUll KU oom, "When they came back in "as did UKHancydandng, bulls- A tl*M I «.4tAW i.u 11* u M^l *i il. .. i .__ . i., ., .. „ 4 * , * tf S* , i*» £ i eye j passing VandefKefeti against the Packet's, tho All* Stars' stand a chance' against the Beats, whoso offense 'did not ; Par ks , - of t, tacludtngf ends ' Tech, , Cnhck,L6ga*rV.6f Northwestern a B&ar' reside, Met Profit of ttCjLA, Ted DM* vof Georgia TecniahlHat fiedsole ot South. ' fcalffofftla. "and , halfback .«' «f*»WitJ* _* HtjJ rti-.j im,nw%*' State. " offertscwflMs swift "" unuciv j,ayior,u also laDDSCJ tor defensive duty, dnd,Tonf.Lor- f , t^ 1 M t » t . ,_Tf At t ^UV»^Jt««iT n i_J sbaw'of •"•— •"'""^« ' w «"•%»*./ • Mtiw ^ A UIIJ • AJVl fck of Arteona'StatetWitlil ,Cren- tfon Smith of Nottli.Texa* State and ' Matt; Swell, of 'Ohio 'State. J HrL- ! '1-t/rfi^. J^JI^^i* ,>!,.„ **.' In , Dame; Kjat'Rarto, fctt, Tom Ed Lolhamer, MJ,\'...,. State, and George Seals Missouri, : , a ,/,'V, All-sta? linebackers,' „,„._«, with fht thrusts of the* fieM- Son Bull, Joe* M s if d » n f Charley; fiWini, inctiide Iowa stars, \Valfy Fj lttfgeiL and Mike Reiltyj Dan-Coring Oregon; Matt Snor£on; ; MIchig&fi Slate;",Tom CVntehev ^Liii *i ^_. . J ^ jt ** f *...>• Christian, 1 and Ralph ' BakeW V- Petm State. . v ' , "'• <<• a'-"' ^ rl3 Youthful Mike LeBIanc joined distaff erg Arigie Walker and Betty Smith in posting the top bowling marks in late Friday play. Bowling in the Recreation Partners League, LeBIanc kegged a 235 line, high for the day. Walker posted a 213, tops among the women in the Triple- Ettes Loop, while Smith's 574 series in the Figure Eight Mtyed League was the best series. She also had a 208 game. Genevieve Franklin picked up the 440 split in tbel^ame league. FIGURE EIGHT MIXED Men's Game: Larry Landry, Slow Pokes/ 217. Men's Series; HqroW Bropgi The Five Women's Came; Betty SmllB, Ueocflnp, Pfllry, 208. Women's Series; Smith 57J. Teom Game: Team Five, 854. Team Series: Team Flv«, 2,472. Women't Game: Angle Walker, Team Five, 213. Women's Series: Betty Smith, Star- dusters, 515. Team Game: Starduslcrs, $58. Team Series: StoraVsters, 1»4. FRIDAY~TRIO Women's Game: (Tie) Peggy Williams, Team Three, Iva Auflcswn, iflajj, 206* Women's Series: Augensteln, Iflda, 583, Team Gome: Team Three, 540 T«am Series: Ifldo 1,»7. RECREATION PARTNERS Men's Game: Mlfce UBtanc, Potlsl- mo'f, 235. '* Series: LeBIanc 5«. Shqren Women's Series: Connie Sanders. Po- tlslnw's, 433. Team Game: poHsimo'*. 401. Teom Serle»; Po«j!mo'i, m. f YOU CAN SAVE v; yp T0 Mr. IfTO^ TRANSMISSION $ REPAIRS •' WHEN YOU USE TRANS- MEDIC PLUMP BROWN U. S. D. A. INSPECTED AND PAMPERED ^ _— Q Cut-up . LB, 29o FARMER BROWN U.S.D.A. INSPECTED PAN-READY PARTS Breasts FARMW BROWN Lb. AND THIGHS u. 45c FARMER BROWN ..... ,Lb. 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