N UCLA in Finals, Stanford Loses Again In Los Angeles Tournament; Huskies Blasted Gaxeiic-TlnM, Crerrallil, Orepm, Friday, CfffflW IS, 1563 By UnitH Press Intenutlvul Two of the coast' biggest tod best centers have it out tonight at Portland when California takes on Oregon State in what figures to be a brilliant semi-final game in th Far West Classic tournament . California looked like the national champs of not so long ago Thursday night when the Bears disposed of. another great West Coast club, Seattle, 85-77, in overtime.' Eddie Miles of Seattle hi:33 mint and eat a buimpv nvwH with 14 field goals, but the Chiefs just couldn't handle big Camden Wall of the Bears. 'Wall has been out for a month with a knee injury but returned Thursday night and" turned in his most brilliant performance, ever. He; scored 27 and pulled down 15 rebounds. Oregon Stale mauled .Idaho, KV 53, in the second game, setting up tonight's battle between the 6-foot- 10 Wall and the 7-foot Mel Counts of Oregon State, who was held to 13 Thursday night Vandals First Loss The los5was Idaho's Erst of the season but the Vandals were playing without their "second Elgin Baylor." Gus Johnson. He is ineligible for NCAA tournaments under the junior college transfer rule. . .' ..... : Oregon and Iowa play the first semi-final game tonight after winning Wednesday night's games, m the betting at Portland is that the winner of tonight's Beaver-Bear battle will breeze through the finals... 1 Oregon State has neyer lost a Far West Classic game. Cal, playing without Wall, split a great two game series at Corvalli.arJier. this month. Tonight's contest should be a great one. LA Classic At the Los Angeles Classic, it's UCLA and Colorado Stat in Saturday's finals. The Bruins rolled through St Louis S5-M with Walt Hazzard again engineering the fast break and leading scorers with 15 points. Dave W soman of UCLA also bad 15, ' Colorado State routed Northwestern 75-50, in the other semifinal as Bill Green hit 36 points, three short of the tournament record. ' ; - . Id losers' action, USC heaped more indignation on the slumping Stanford Indians with 65-67 decision. Tom Dose had 24 for the Indians, but ' the one-two punch of Gordy Martin (17) and Bill Morris- 16) for Troy more than offset him. - Utah State whipped Washington 71-60, in the other consolation con test . ' Other Tooraeys . Arizona State won its first round game in the Queen City Tourney at Buffalo with an 89-33 win over Rhode Island. Joe Cald well had 24 for the Sun Devils. At San Francisco, the WCAC tourney titlels still wide open, Santa Clara meets San Jose State and USF plays St Mary's in to night s semi-finals. USF defeated . Portland 560 Thursday night as OUie Johnson hit 23 and held Portland's Steve Anstett to 11 Steve Gray had 29 as St Mary's breezed past Loyola 83-71. At the Chico Invitational, here were the first round scores: Cal Poly 72 Humboldt State 53, Pasadena 75 Lewis and Clark 74, Sac ramento State 61 Williamette 56, Chico State $4 Western Washington 47. At the Holiday Classic In Las Vegas, it was Occidental 61 Cal Western 49, Whittier 72 Nevada Western 61. Los Angeles State defeated Hamline in non-tournament action 83-64. . ::'"; ' Idaho's loss Thursday night left no major unbeaten clubs on the coast Once-beaten teams now include USC, Arizona State, Calfor- nia, and the Vandals, , Giants, Packers Set For Championship Gc BEAR MOUNTAIN, N.Y .(UPI) Coach Al Sherman of the New York Giants huffed on a pair of frost-nipped: hands, cracked a" joke to bystanders and sighed a fervent hope that Sunday "doesn't come up wet." "They're as fit as they'll ever be," Sherman said after the Giants had gone through a snappy hour and1 15-minute workout Thursday in -30-degree weather at the foothills of snow-covered Bear Mountain. . "It doesn't make much difference any more, just as long as it isn't wet Sunday;" he stressed. Obviously, he felt rain or snow and slippery footing would upset . his planned offensive for the National Football League championship 'game, against the favored Green Bay Packers. Someone asked Sherman whether he had achieved his objectives after two days of practice at this rustic winter sports resort 50 miles north of New York City. "Yes," Sherman smilingly replied, "we - accomplished everything we set out to do physically and we got ourselves .confused enough." ; He referred to the Intense film watching and skull sessions of the past two days. "Look at me, telling funny stories on Thursday," he joked. "I wonder what I'll be doing next Sunday afternoon around 4:30.' . Two' of the Giants' concerns dissolved Thursday. Reserve quarterback Ralph Guglielmi't . sprained right knee showed enough improvement to indicate he will be in shape for Sunday's game. And star quarterback Y, A. Tittle showed no harmful ef fects from a tumble ha had taken , J ' during Wednesday's practice. Guguelnu said: I can still feel it when I plant my right foot to pass, but it feels better than yes terday and I hope tomorrow it will be better than today." The Packers, who dismantled the New York Giants 37-0 in the title game a year ago here, were six-and-a-half-point favorites to bet the New Yorkers again in the Sunday spectacular from Yankee. Stadium that will be seen by a nationwide television audience. Coach Vines Lombardi, who freely predicted last year that his club would be victorious, was steering clear of such estimates this time around. "My boys, including Hornung 8r healthy, and I feel were ready for a good game," Lom bardi said. He said he expected a maximum effort from the Gl ants, and it should be "quite i game." Lombardi held a brief workout before putting his boys on the chartered airliner today, and he planned another drill Saturday at Yankee Stadium. All the players were equipped with sneakers, and it was a good bet that the Packers might open the game with them if reports are true that the Yankee Stadium turf is frozen hard and slippery. Packer scout Wally Cruise said he foresaw a "passing contest" because of the condition of the field, which he felt would hold running to a minimum. The last team to win back-to-back titles was the Baltimore Colts in 1951 and 1959. This is Green Bay's third successive appearance in the title match, losing Its opener in 1960 to the Philadelphia Eagles. Invalid Nana. tWina Teali Carpenter Tool , Pahirart l.aiaraant Boot Equipment t Beat kimara Took Law 1 Yard Took HomohoM EquioMoat' Party 1 Benfaet Neea Contractor!' 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Beaalta Boatoa lot Sao Frarjcteee 10 Syracuse lit New York 91 (Only gamei ached uled) Wilt Chamberlain defeats Bill Russell in the battles but the Bos ton Celtics defeat the San Fran cisco Warriors in the wars. And therein is the story of the National Basketball Association division races why the Celtics are solidly in front in the East em Division and why the War riors art eight games under .500 in third place in the Western Di vision. The" two peat "big men" of the NBA met on a neutral court for the only time this season Thursday night with familiar re sults Chamberlain won the personal duel and the Celtics won the game. Chamberlain outscoretj Russell JJ-ls, and outre bounded him. IS IS, but the Celtic, had lust too much overall strength anq wound u wfth a 108-102 victory, It was the third victory in as many tries for the Celtics over the Warriors this season. The Warriors led four times by 12 points and had an 81-69 lead entering the fourth period but the Celtics put on an all-court-press and eutscored San Francisco, 12-9, to take the lead after six minutes of the session. Sam Jones led the Celtics with points. John Kerr and Lee Shaffer scored 24 points each to lead the Syracuse Nationals to an tasy 128-91 triumph over the New York Knickerbockers in the other game of the doubieheader at Syracuse BC PLACES FOUR NEW YORK (UPh - Champion Boston College placed four men on the All Star team of the recently concluded Eastern Col lege Athletic Conference's holiday hockey tournament. Flayers from runner-up Clarksoo won the two other place. Representing Boston college on the team picked by sports writers were Billy Hogan, the tourney most valuable player, goalie Tom ApprilleL and Jack Leetch and Jack Callahitn. The Clarkwti players wet a Roger Furdia and Pat Brophy. i a V if r ( 3 :m Four Grid GamesTomorrow By I'nJW Presa lotenatioBal Coea to 150,000 oo-the-scece fans and the vast audienca of tel- evUioQ Quartar backs will view four games Saturday that kick off the two-week carnival of post -season bowl contests featuring the holiday season. The biggest game of Satur. day's schedule from the standpoint of competition pits Perm State (1-1) against Florida University (M) in the Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla, A crowd of ,50.-000 la anticipated with CBS-TV beaming the event beginning at X p.m. EST. The annual "heart tugger" also takes place, beginning at 4:30 p.m. EST in San Francisco and over NBC-TV when the East meets West In the annual Shrine Bowl game for the aid of crippled youngsters. Forty-eight collegians tCt w if ir vr Penn Slate Is Favorite In Gator Contest r TERRY BAKER goes up for on easy lay-in off the Oregon State fast break in lost night's 80-53 Beaver win over Idaho in the For West Classic in Portland. Bill Mattis (25) of Idaho starts to foul Baker. UPI Ronnie Bull Rookie of Year NEW YORK (UPI) - Ron Bull nett (of the Los Angeles Rams), of the Chicago Bears, who lived up to his collegiate reputation as speedboy and handyman alter a slow start as a pro, today was voted 1962 National Football League' rookie-of-the-year by United Press International. Despite the fact that be had only limited pre-season trainings and played his first three games on defense, the 200-pound halfback from Baylor wound up the Bears' leading rusher with 261 yards and an average of 3.21 for 113 carries. .. . . Ha also demonstrated his versa tility by catching II passes for 331 yards and running back nine kickoffs an average of 28 yards each. - The Bears made Bull their No. 1 choice in the draft last year snd owner-coach George Halas explains why: "Bull combines power and elu-slveness with fine balance. The best runner with balance I can think of now playing Is Jon Ar- COl'JLErJG compete in this one an annual charity affair that will attract 60.000 fans to Kezar Stadium. The annual Blue-Gray All Star Game at Montgomery, Ala., pitting Northern stars vs. South ern stars, and the Ail-American Bowl game at Tucson, Arix., beginning at I p.m., will round out the day's grid program. The Sun Bowl game between West Texas State (8 2) and Ohio University 8-2) will be played at El Paso, Tex:, Monday. Then on Tuesday come the Big Four Oklahoma vs. Alabama in the Orange Bowl, Arkansas vs. Mississippi in the Sugar Bowl Southern California vs. Wisconsin In the Rose Bowl and Texas vs. LSU in the Cotton Bowl. Penn State is a solid favorite over Florida although the Gators have been gaining support in re- cent days because of poor Jt-i tacy Lion workouts and a fecungj that the hometown boys are "up" for the game. Penn State, wmi. departure from Pennsylvania was -delayed by poor weather, tas worked out only once In Florida.- The East Is expected to, rely heavily on a superior run- ning game against a nest squad, whose main offensive weapon must be passing. Notre Dame's, Daryle Lamonica is expected to handle most of the passing for, the East with Sonny Gibbs of Texas Christian assuming that role for the West Some 2S.00O are expected at'" Montgomery where the South is a slight favorite over the North. r Light rain and cold weather are a threat to the plans of both the11 squads to offer a wide-opea offensive-type game. - ! West Pin Hopes on Gibbs Well, Bull is bigger than Arnett And Bull hasn't reached his peak yet "Bull fulfilled every expectation 1 had of him. and makes me look like a shrewd Judge. of college tslent. In the vote of 42 writers who covered the past NFL season, Bull received 14 votes, compared to five for hi closest rookie ri val, offensive tackle Merlin Olson of Los Angeles. Several of the NFL's -standout rookie crop received -consideration ' In the balloting. Defensive end George Andrie of the Dallas Cowboys and running back Joa Womack of the Pittsburgh Steelers each attracted four votes. End Gary Collins of the Cleveland Browns, linebacker Bill Winter of the New York Giants and center Mick Tlngelhoff of the Minnesota Vikings each had three votes, and offensive tackle Irv Goode of the St Louis Cardinals and linebacker Allen Miller of the Washington Redakins each received two. - JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UPD- When the Gator Bowl selection committee picked Florida to play reigning champ Perm State In the 18th annual Gator Bowl Saturday, the question was: "Can the Ga tors whip up enough Strength for a good showing?" Generally the answer was "probably not" But since then the attitude has changed and it's generally predicted that an expected crowd of 50,000 will see a first class ball game. Coach Ray Graves prompted some folks to change their minds. The head Gator hat consistently said s . , "we're the underdogs. But the boys are In fine shape and are good enough to meet the best ball club in the nation . . ." Graves, who coached an inex perienced Florida team to a 8-4 saeson't record and fifth place in the Southeastern Conference, Is j not given to bragging: Despite the loss of halfbacks Llrvdy Infanta and Bob Hoover through' Injury, Graves Is confi dent the Gators will give the Nit-tany Lions a good run for their money, " The Nittany Lions, who arrived at St. Augustine, 40 miles south of here, Wednesday night after oft-delayed plana trips from Pennsylvania, appear to have lost little ef their sing in transit The Lambert Trophy winners, who whipped Georgia Tsch In the Gator Bow) last year, have worked out regularly and pleased coach Rip Engla. However, Engla Is not underestimating the Gators. , "Florida his a fine football team, much better than their record Indicates," he said. "They should be in better shape than we. Florida has worked real hard for us .,, but we haven't been able to get in the kind of workouts wa did In preparation for Georgia Tech last year." Engla Mid. The oddsmakers give Penn State a one-touchdown advantage over the Gators. Locally, however, the odds have been slashed to three sparse points. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -The West, on the strength, of Sonny Gibbs' great passing arm, was installed as a one touchdown favorite today to whip the East in the 38th renewal of the Shrine All-Star Classic Saturday. A crowd of about 60,000 will jam into Kezar Stadium in fair, but cool, weather to witness the nationally televised battle in which everybody wins because all receipts go to charity. Gibbs, a giant from Texas Christian, has so Impressed West head coach Dan Devine of Missouri with his aerial feats that the chances are passing will be the order of the day for about 80 per cent of the time. -. In the backfield with Gibbs or quarterback Jim Johnson of Missouri will be Ronnie Goodwin of Baylor and either Kermit Alexan der, UCLA, or Charlie Mitchell, Washington, in the halfback sl)ta and Bill Thornton, Nebraska, at full. The East had planned a scund running game, but quarterback ! Daryl Lamonica of Notre Dame, has been so accurate in workouts . with his passing that head coach Jack Mollenkopf of Purdue has , boosted the aerial attack to about 60 per cent of all plays. Lamonica will do all of the aerial work for the East, but if he gets hurt it Is probable that Bill Minkowski of Ohio State will take over and run a ground game. The halfbacks will be Larry Ferguson, Iowa, and George Saimes, Michigan State. Roy Walker of Purdue , will ba at fulL For Want Ads Just dial PL 3-730S Fer Waat Ads Jn eafl PL t-730S Just a real old fashioned New Veer's wish for you ond yourt: May every day In 1963 be o milestone In your progress toward the fulfillment of your rosiest dreamt. 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