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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 48

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v. HICKEY MAKES CHOICE Brodie Starts for 49ers x- 4l JO--Ws Lillet i 'All if aJdanbai2rrbune Bowl Bid At Stake Tomorrow LOS ANGELES The one-two powers of the Big Six conference, "nationally ranked Washington and'South- Willie Is In Perfect Condition Continued from 1st Sports Page need of further examinations. "There is no medical problem of any kind here," he said. "His condition is quite superior to that of other men his The only thing the series of tests revealed, the doctor said, is that "Willie Mays is perfectly well." "I knew all along what the problem was," Willie told reporters while serving a piece of cake to a young fan, "I was tired. But it's a relief to come hear and have it made official." Willie, looking rested and happyrwas-slicing up a two-tiered cake, with a plastic likeness of W.

Mays as a center-pieee, and- the inscription Fran Tarkenton of Minnesota Zeke BratkowsW of the Rams 11. "We were not too good defending against passes last year, but having Lenny Lyles and Jim Welch in the secondary has helped a lot," Hulmes reported. "We had only 16 interceptions all last year, and we already have 14 this season." Hickey off the four-point spread which favors the 49ers against the Colts. The San "Franciscans were picked by 13' against the Rams, but lost 28-14. "The olddsmakers are probably going on the fact we won back there- earlier in said Hickey, referring to go against the Colts makes sense, as far as Baltimore" ad- vance man Hulmes is concerned.

"Our staff has always advocated a strong rushing defensive line, and we have always had trouble with Brodie. His ability to scramble has nullified our rusning efforts. I don't think he has bad day against us had one the past few years. Brodie's biggest problem so far this year is throwing the interception that has boome-jranged into touchdowns for the opposition. This was'espe-j daily noticeable against Green Bay "and Los Angeles, Mickey pointed out that ma-ny-fFL-itaFterback-s have given up more interceptions than the 10 charged against Brodie.

Y. A. Tittle of New York also has allowed 10, while Norm Snead of Washington has 11," Sonny Jurgensen of Philadelphia has 13, the Colts Johnny Umtas has 12, 4o-the 21-13' win-early in-Oeto ber. "We could have won that one by an even larger margin, except for fumbles and interceptions. Still, the Colts have halfback Lenny Moore back now, and he should be a big help to them." White Wills $1 Mori EXCHANGE 'ipniolfr? Liquidation I SALE General Tire Full Caps GAY OCCASION Willie Maysjoundin excellent physical condition after tests at DomiiucJEelane, who's licking his lingers-after poking at the cake hospital em- TBypTeseTnea lo Mays.

6.70x15 thru 8 6.00x13 thru 9.50x14 Limited Supply First Gome First Served Warriors, Knicks Clash at USF Gym 95 Good Used Tires Lots of mileage. Black or White SAVErSAVE! Save on brand new, nationally known, new tire take-offs. Static and dynamic wheel balancing by Bear equipment. 4 SIMMONDS in the scoring department is "Al Attles with 87 and a 17.4 average, while Tom tiola, with a 9.S average, is No. 2 in rebounds.

On the Warrior bench tonight, for the first time this season, will be Tom Mesch-ery, the ex-St. Mary's great, who was just discharged from the Army after a six-month stint. But Tom probably Will see little or no action the next two weeks because of a broken wrist, suffered last month during a workout. The Knicks should be at full strength tonight. They were' forced to go with their rookie center Paul Ilogue almost all the way in the opener when regular Gene Conley came down with case of ern California, meet tomorrow in a game with deep Rose Bowl overtones.

Certainly the winner of this one will be the teani to beat to get the assignment' for the big bowl classic in Pasadena New Year's Day. The kick oft is set for 1:30, PST, with upward of 45,000 expected in -Memorial Coliseum. An-even-larger-aUendanee might be expected but the contest will get live regional television treatment (CBS) und this area will not be blacked out. Southern Cal, unbeaten in five games and ranked No. 3 in the nation in the Associated Press poll, rules a slender favorite.

The Washington Huskies are also undefeated but have been tied by Purdue and Ore- gon. They are No. 9. Each has scored a conference victory, Washington 14-0 over Stanford and the Trojans 32-6 over California. It would be little less than 1 idiotic to sell coach Jim Pwens and his Huskies short He has no less than five JackswhaJjavefaiaedan average of more than four yards a carry and, in customary, Owens fashion, a rocking, agile front wall of jblockers and tacklers.

eoach Jack Curtice summed up the Huskies with: "They four, five and Six yard you to distraction." On the debit side, Washing-Ion has shown little offense In the air. Last week against Pregon the Huskies threw ionly three passes and com- pleted hone. Their No. 1 quarterback, Bill Siler, is hampered by a loot injury and sophomore Bill Douglas may start the fame. Coach John McKay's Tro- lans play a wide open, pro- style attack.

Old line follow-, ers of Troy got a shock in the two games played here thus far. Each time, the Tro jans threw a pass on their first play from scrimmage. "It used to be the Trojans threw their first pass in the middle of the season," recalled one elderly observer. Troy's aerial operations feature either quarterback Pete Beathard or Bill Nel-" sen, and their main target is 6-5, 213-pound end Hal Bed-sole. The latter has caught 19 passes for 535.

yards and "Seven touchdowns. The Trojans are Rose Bowl hungry. 1 heir last appearance there was in 1955 and an unhappy 20-7 experience with Ohio State. rv-Ow'en'sVlIuskies w-er-e-there l96(r BotK trips were delightful 44-8 over Jlinnesota. 17-7 over TV ROSTERS FOR TROJAN, HUSKIE CLASH LOS ANGELES The rosters of the University of Washjtagton andSoutherivCal fornia football teams, whose game hee Saturday will be televised regionally (CBS-TV) 1:15 p.m., PST: Mo.

Name Poj. use Douglas 12 Winters -14 Siler -IS Hullin' ,16 Ohler 17 Price Piety .21 Mitchell ,23 Whitmyer 24 Crandall 28 Kuklenst 29 Bicras 30 Coffey ,32 Robert ,34 Reece Stiver 34 Wyatt 38 Browning 3 Wonroe No. Name 12 Beathard 15 Fertia P05. 16 NelseoJ 18 LUDOI 19 Beoyie 20 Del 'Conte 21 Yamamoto 6 23 Clark 25 Augustine 26 Brown 28 Blecksmith 31 Hill 32 Winslow 33 Heller 34 Crow 6 35 Hunt 36 McLean 37 Champion J38Austjn 40 Kopay .41 Lewis 40 Jones BANKAMERICARD TIDEWATER CREDIT CARD Oar Motto; "From the Cheapest That Is Good to' the Best That Is Made" MIX ON TIRE CO. 340 MacArthur San Leandro LO 9-1642 Continued from 1st Sports Page ing, including dropped passes and lack of protection.

"I don't think I have been throwing badly," Brodie replied with heat when asked if he' thought he had been in a slump. "I am doing no better1 or worse now-than Uiave-in. the past." Hickey's selection of Brodie! Russ Quint Threatens AAU Hold NEW YORK (L'PI) The U.S. Amateur' Athletic Union, already involved in a power battle on several fronts for control of Olympic athletes, laid itself wide open today as it prepared to entertain Rus sia's pro-typeb asketb aU team. The Soviet stars arrive 1 Monday for an eight-game i tour of theUnited States.

They i are a threatening aggregation headed by Viktor Zubkov, the i six foot, eight inch center who 1 has been their top player for the last two Olympics. This is a tipoff on how long the Soviet team has been play-ingntf-training as a unit and the reperisiojisjwilLbe4 tremenaousif they beat us at our own game. Which some sources hint! they might due to the fact that the U.S. is preparing to square off against the hoop-happy Russians with a team which definitely Isn't our best. The U.S.

team in this round ball road show will be composed of stars from A.A.U. teams. The A.A.U. probably could I contend that it is impossible, I during the eoflegiateyear, to i gather undergrads together for enough time to get in on this defense against the Russians. The opposite feeling is that the Russians should have been met only when the collegians were available; coaches have banded together and formed the National Basketball Federation which, they hope, will succeed in taking Olympic basketball control away from the A.A.U.

It is merely another in a series of fights in which the A.A.U. is involved. OAICLAHD E. 14th St. and 29th Ave.

1 KE 3-1300 Open MON.thrg FRI. till 9 Sat.till5:30 I TV LA 1 i I 1 I i CIldlSTIVlAS LAY-AVJAY OliLY $10 ISOLDS EITHER THIS 319.50 MARK OR THE RADIAL ARM SAW AT ONLY $259 "Willie Mays Fan Club Mount Zion Hospital Employees" on the icing. Little Dominic Pe-tane, a 2V2 year old patient and youngest fan clubber, was a helpful participant in the cake disposal department. What's Willie going to do now? "Rest," he said with his famous high-pitched giggle. Actually, he'll take part in a Thanksgiving Parade in New York City, then return to San Francisco.

"I'm going to take up golf and do a little bowling this winter," he said. "I've never played golf of bowled but they tell me they're gooiLcon- dltioners. They tell me that golf ball moves around a little bit when you're swinging. Is that right?" He'll play quite a bit of basketball this winter, as he always has. "It's good for your legs," he says.

As to next season, Willie says he'll play whenever Al-vin Dark wants him to, but says he'll possibly play a little less during the spring training grind and may sit out a game or two early in the sea-son. It's harder for me to rest when the games get going," he said. "I get restless. If you play 162 games, you're going to get tired. But I'll tell you this when the manager yo lineup, you're ready to play." Red Wings Loan Goalie to Pitt DETROIT -x (AP) The Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League today ordered spare goalie Dennis Riggiii to Pittsburg of the American Hockey League for one game.

Riggin will fill in for the Hornets' injured Hank Basseri in the Redwing farm club's game with Providehce tomorrow. Presentation on JKtiRtffSfc li THE PERFECT GIFT FOR DAD! 7 ijGfff $ISH let Wards put a Shopsmifh in your ftrZioTrtiosmtalrrfiifle Hockey Riot Principals On Carpet The principals in the stug-fest that broke out at Wednes-day night's Spokane-San Fran- cisco Western Hockey League game met today with league President Al Leader in Seattle. Summoned to Leader's office were San Francisco coach Bud Poile, Roy McBride, the Spokane coach, San Francisco defenseman Larry Mc-Nabb and referee Lloyd Gil-mour. The battle, which resulted in eight major -penalties-and an injury to a woman spectator, caused Gilmour to call the game with 1:04 remaining. Houston Colts Sign Morgan Joe Morgan, former Castle-mont High School and Oak-land City College baseball star, has signed a contract with the Houston Colts of the" National Morgan was signed yesterday by Bill Wight, former Majorjeague Eitcher who iscoxrtrthirarea fortheColts7 received a modest bonus.

While playing second base" at City College this past sea-son, Morgan hit He led the thunderbirds -in hitting, home runs and stolen bases. CHICAGO UP) Wildwood Betty, a-14-1 night in the main trot at May- voodPark. 3-DAY NOV. 1,2, it 55 3 C- to home today By JOHN The San Francisco Warriors, showing a hearty appe-tite for home'cookingTn'theTT early Outings of the -National Basketball Association- season, close out a two-game set with the New York Knickerbockers tonight at USF. Game time is 8:15.

troubles against the pesky New Yorkers in Tuesday's opening battle, but a 59-point effort by Wilt Chamberlain and a team 40-point fourth quarter gave San Francisco a' 125-106 decision. That victory boosted the Warrior home mark to 3-0 and overall to 5-1, good for first place in the Western Division chase. The Knickerbockers, who fell to the Lakers in Los Angeles Wednesday, are resting in the Eastern Division basement with a 2-fi mark. Despite, their fine record, re-arriofr-faavR-iiad''' to-scrambledraTfeadyhave been involved in three overtime' tilts." And they Have yet meet a contender in either One of their glaring weaknesses has been lack of consistently good outside shooting. As a consequence they have teen forced to rely on their big guy, Wilt Chamberlain.

The 7-1 great has come thrujoOi 264 points in the first five games, for a 52.8 He-also paces the team in-rebettnds with-4 game average of 31.2. The nearest Warrior to Wilt SALn 3 ONLY -mm 15950 East 14th SAN LEANDRO BR 6-1666 --radial yrf-i Hi vr -Z rf ARM SAW a. Sawsmith with power precision versatility con- venience, plus 5 SHOPSMITH b. Mark iV features; P8 H.PrmSfBr, speed dial, 4V4," depth control plus multipurpose capacity" that's unexcelled. (P) -til: A -IfflMEl-JU i i ff rTrTii -ir-m SUN FBANCISCO VSsNEVJVOBK 41 Coscarart 43 McMahon 45 Zirbal 49 Wilson 1 52 Schmidt -53 Engdall 54 Sanchez C' 55 Saqouspe 56 Potter 57 Houck 60 McDonald 61 Fisk 62 Kalsoa 63 Gonta 64 Bame i 65 Smedley 66 Ratliff 67 SvlhUs 68 Byrd 69 Lubisich 70 Marinovlch 71 Reade 72 Kirner 73 Gale 74 Sorenson 73 Eaton 76 Fugman 77 Vihlene 78 Peterson 7 Johnson 80- Fisk 81 Hill 83 Boies 84 Thomasi 85 Hoover 84 Arnest 87 Butcher tit Br own wood 89 Thurlow ih ,42 Collins 43 Barnell ,45 Werkie 1 'lil AndSI 48 Martin 50 Mansfield 51 Carnahan 2 Jensen J3 Kezer KU Williams 57 Kelts i 58 Hansen 59 Phillips 0 Hllliard 61 Hewitt 62 O'Brien -'63 Dicks 64 Hagen 65 Relhiser 66 Redman "47 Stupey "68 Sortun 69 Stephens "70 Norton '72 Ryan "7J Bond "74 Knoll Jon -75 Knoll Jerry "7 Brings "77 Wolterj 7I 1 "79 Dunn Kupp 8J Chandler '13 tambnghl 4 Miller 5 Lpcknane rtt Alklrt t1 Hinds I -88 Dixon (9 Diehl 90 Ivtrson 91 Btrnhardl 92 Dtmm Kurlt 9fHmi 9J Kramer 96 Oreenlt 97 Clark 98 Mancusi 99 SaftordT KNICKERBOCKERS DEMONSTRATIONS by Factory-trained Experts! OAKLAND, Friday, Nov.

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