The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on November 26, 1965 · 20
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 20

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Friday, November 26, 1965
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20 Friday. Nov. 26, 1065 THE DAII.V OKl.AHOMAN Colts Rally to Deadlock Lions, 24-24 Game in Figures appod Unita five-yard pass to Alex Hawk DKTROIT (AD Johnny! first time they had the ball 13 yards tn Pat Studstill for Jlnii'as threw three touch-j when Unitas directed a 7't- the touchdown throe plays JSjpwn passes tun nf them tnjyard drive. He passed later, ftbhn Maokey in the fourth' the final five yards in Alex On the next series of ffiarter and brought the I Hawkins. downs, Lebeau crabbed a Baltimore Colts a 24-24 Na-j But the Linns thwarted the Unitas pass on his own 25, 'iional Football League tiejColts from then until the fi- went to his 13 and eventually " vith an inspired Detroit rial quarter when Unitas! returned it to the Detroit 34. I.ions team Thursday. ; passed 51 vards to Mackey Plum and Ron Kramer -The Lions jumped to a 21-j in the first minute of play. I combined to pick up 22lins- JO halftime lead on a pair of then clicked with him for thejyards to put the hall on thel Lui Michaels kicked a 42-Jpurhdowns in the second 1 tying marker from the .15; Colts IS. Marsh scored from jyard field goal early in the quarter by Amos Marsh, with 1:51 remaining. (one yard out after the Lions j second quarter after the Jno was on a fi2-ya"d run. i Pass interceptions by j had been stopped on three-Colts drive stalled at the De-1 Wayne Walker missed a Bruce Maher and Dick Le- rushes from ihp two. j troit 35. 50-yard field coal try in thejbeau set up the Lions" first! Baltimore marched 74 j The only Detroit points in ivaning seconds of the game, j two touchdowns. ! yards after taking rhe open-! the second half came on the Colts, who entered the! Maher returned his inter-j 'ing kickoff for its first touch-) Walker's 12-yard field goal contest wjtn an eiew-gameicopnon .w yards lo the Balti-I down. Ienny Moore had runsl in the third quarter I lor. the Colts drove to the De- (yards, but was trapped troit four where Mike .ueoi times and lost 31. Plum, going all the passed ,J Al Haymond's 33-yard times and completed nine for punt return to the Detroit 14 ! m yards. Baltimore riofend-!ed to the tying play. jers cot to him ,wicP nnd he iVfhniJig streak, scored ihemon Marsh's touchdown run was the longest from scrimmage in the NFL this season. He finished with 147 yards in 23 carries. Unitas experienced one of I he poorer performances of his career, completing but eight passes in 17 attempts the first half for 79 yards. He finished with 14 com- Mill Plum passediof 11. 15 and 24 yards in the,1 Midway in the final quar-Ipletions in 34 tries for 1SS lost 29 yards while attempting to pass. The Colts' Lenny Moore left the game after the first half hecause of fatigue. He suffered from a virus infection earlier this week. Coach Don Shula said he could have played if needed, but that Matte was doing so well Moore wasn't needed. The Green Bay Packers. second to the Colts in the W e s t e r n Division, could close within one-half game of Baltimore with a vie; Sunday. But the lie didn't hurt the Colts as much as a loss. NFL final season standings are computed on the wan-lost percentage basis. Ties don't count in the final standings. Baltlmora 7 .1 0 U-J Detroit , 7 u 3 n H Ball Mackav Langsfon Hosts Colorado Five In City Opener Pryor Receives Nod In Six Lakes Race r,y Kay So I (I an Pryor is a decided favorite; o win the Six Lakes Confer-; 'nee hasketball title this sea-' arirt, thanks to the return of, :ircuit scoring champion j Jerry McArtor. The 6-1 McArior averaged) 20.1 points a game as Bailey! Variant's Tigers finished :prnnd lo Sand Springs in Lakes' raof Along wi rant has fi part-time : promising Hemming. Weaver. Coaches' Ballot Team Pts. 1. Pryor 25 2. Broken Arrow 2f) 3. Okmulgee lfi 4. Sand Sprinss 15 5. Miami 9 6. Tahlequah 3 Points awarded on a 5-4- 3-2-1 basis. Cnaehp do not predict the finish nf their 5-11 starter Ralph Moore audi has high hopes for fi-fi senior) Doug Lawfoti. Lawson scored just 33 varsity points last year. Okmulgee coach Carl Scott has the most seasoned team in the conference. He returns his first, second, fourth and sixth leading scorers of a year aco Mike Farri-. mond 19. 3. Mike Miller (R.3). Kdriic Smith (7.0) and) h McArtor. Van- own team. 'mn'1 cotan ! Donald Hons, a T"p Bulldoss lack the arter last voar- , height nf the other title hope-1 drier ia.t car. er!. nf a vpar keepinf;; 1 sophomore Sam onIv 60 Ca,vin L and 5u,lus- I who also stands. T-rVv Eubanks. who saw! Miaral' although relegated; 3-2. and a pair of 6-3 squad-, som; service in the No. 5: 3 fifth-place finish on the; men. David Brings and Png-!en. ;pre-season hallot of confer-j Figured as Prvnr's lonjpp roaches, could prove; ri-ow itrouoiesome. i ne war I mgs ; 77-fil. in game a 'hallrnger is Broken vhich ripped Pryor, 7 hp season's final :and 5-11 Jerry Mtistain, who i averaged 17.3 and 6.2, re-j wn0 ' spectively. last ypar. j that! Tahlequah. last a year) ih ajago. finds itselt starling al-j I most from scratch. Most ex Yanzant admits: "This , -mild be one of our hotter , -lubs." He's had some good . i ?nos. year ago. Back with B Defending champion Sand 1 6-2 Wayne Pense. Springs is pegged no higher i bagged 33 points in :han fourth in the six-team j game and finished w league. The Sandites lost season average of 15.8 their four leading perform-' Broken Arrow al I Gogolaks FG Ties Chargers j ',7.7'j S,"Mr, I SAX DIKGO (API Buffalo's Pole Kogolak kicked a ;JV 22-Vard field goal with six seconds left Thursday, enabling j JEBfj;, gJJ the Bills to tie the San Diego Chargers, 20-20, in an Amen-', "rn'trn' can Football League game. I Coch -TaLr?Eso Gogolak's kick was set up by the heroics of quarter- j Lf''u""-hack Jack Kemp, who fired a 35-yard pass to end Paul L . Vr!"1?' Costa, then scrambled lo the Charger 15. ! t'f, "l''?''0' ' The tie was the Chargers' ihirri of ihe season and theyj mcV's r r wn?c remained one game ahead of Oakland in the Western Divi- '?,rvA?'J'B-Ftnii..4. sion race. San Diego is fi-2-3. Buffalo. K-2-1. needs one) Game in Figures victory to clinch its second Firt (towtu 5j straight Kastern title. The ; paunt vrd" . ilj v Bills are defending AFLTn"rUntiiwi r '"'" , Punti -o n champions. Fumbin Imi j : Gngolak, who now leads ; the AFT- with RS points, alsojKemp lefl the game hut his booted a 12-yard field goal ; replacement, Daryle l.araon-snd.two extra points, ica, plunged over from inch- The Chargers had taken a es out and put the Bills 20-17 lead in ihp fourth quar- ahead 14-10. tor when Paul Lows rpcov-i TCemn comnleted 17 of 35 1 va 4?y &r. pfed John Haril's fumble in passes for 201 yards and one)5' Jlhe end zone. The play was houchriown. Hart I was IS forj j Jsit up by Dick Westmore-1,17, gaining .112 yards, but!", Janri's interception of a ! had two interceptions. ,ln, JKemp pass and 2S-yard re- J Buffalo 7 , '5 ,322 1 iri lurn to the Bills' 15. ' Moments earlier, fullhackj yirh Lincoln took a swing pass from Had! and raced fi5 'ards to put Herb Travenio! 3n position for a 14-yard fiplril jpoaJ, cutting the Buffalo lead! JU "17-13. ?emp was outstandine nti th tart of th third quar ter, completing six of seven (AD Middle Tennessee passes for 7fi yards during a. State sewed up the Ohio Val-70-yarrt drive to the Charger jloy Conference champion-one, iship nnd all hut assured It-Charger tackle Ktin'e Ladd jSelf of a hid to the flrantland Ijirurreri penalty when he j Rice Bowl Thursday with a roughed Kemp on the last '2R-21 victory over Tennessee completion nf the drive. iTech fe, Nebraska's Charlia ' Oklahoma City fans will get a chance to see two Collegiate Conference teams first-hand when Southern Colorado invades the metropolitan area for a pair of basketball season-openers Friday and Saturday nights. The Indians will play against 1-angston in tne k-Inhoma City Douglass gym i Friday night, then play in Central State's Rrnn- ho Field House at S p.m. Saturday. Hie game with Langston Is e of two special games the ins will play in the Doug lass gym this year, the olher ! being the Texas Southern game December 18. Both of I those games are promotional ! con! est s sponsored by Langston University and the i Oklahoma Citv chapter nf i the Langston Alumni Associ-W1CH1TA. Kan. (API jation, with the proceeds John Lawson of the Jayhawk I shared equally between the Track Club of Lawrence Mw" groups. C. t . i-ooper. overlook Oscar Moore of the ! U''2 NK 16. is president of Southern Illinois Track Club!,,lp l,,f'al alumni chapter of nf Carbondale and won ihe tnP University, siv-milc li ; Tracli mri Southern Colorado returns ! Field Federation cross coun try run Thursday in 2S minutes. 50 seconds. Kansan Wins National Run son. he NCAA Kiins a six-mile run at Lawrence last Monday, j The Jayhawk club, snoring :'12 points, wnn the team champ ions hi p. ' The other unofficial team snores: Houston Track Club. 75; Southern Illinois Track Club. 70: Kansas State. 101; San Jose, Calif., State. 106: .'Drake D-Club, 147: Wichita Shockers Club. !30. Lawson won by about 150 two starters from its 21 - team which went lo the .VAIA tournament last year. TV. tnHinnc; will also he senior at the j boIneref by a !a(.k of heighl New Langston i-oach .Inel Mack says, "We'll probably do more running this year and have in put on mnto dr. pr the hall gets insirip imb,7 II have tn have more ed and manueverabiltty ne i -an drive and spread the defense." Chri .rv Mn .-hos time was 29:25. Doug Brown nf Montana was third in 29:33 and said he fell much belter than he did al Lawrence Monday when he failed to finish. Others in the first Jtl finishers: Fourth. Jim Ryun. Jay-: lawks. 3il:05; fifth. Terry hveency. 3(1: H: sixth. Richard Woelk of Kmporia, Kan., Ja vhawk. Pulling away from Oklahoma defender Rod Crosswhi Winters sets sail on 28-yard touchdown jaunt. BondeSOn's 66 Knights Open leads in Cajun Z Hawks Survive Warrior Rally ighth. Rill Dots w k s. 3(i: 21: nil Harper, Kan 1:28; Iflth. Wes ( isas Slate, 30:31. Kentucky Grid Coach Rehired for 4 Years LKXtNGTOX. Ky. ;AP -KeniiH'ky announced Thursday' it ha? rehired football conch Charlie Bradshaw lor The university declined In reveal Bradshaw's salarj", hut il i. helies-ed tn be about .$20,001) year. Tag Team Match Tops Wrestling Card Danny Hodge and Rill iVatts will wrestle Don Kent tling featurf Is Coliseum cli mina l ies "so Fr" Middle Tennessee Sews Up Bowl Bid MURFREKSRORO, Tenn ! LAFAVKTTK. La. (A Pi .Long-hiiting Paul Bondesrin. 'seeking his first victory on 'the PCA national tour, carved a six-under-par lid in perfect golfinc weather jThanksgiving Day for the 'first round lead in the $30, -, ' 1 TO C.-ijun Classic. ; Bondeson had a two-stroke j lead over nine pros bunched ;ai (iR, including toir regulars; j Frank Reard and Bert ; Weaver and John Josephs"!!,; a youngster from Wesffield.j N. J., playing in his first of. : ificial tourney, Rnndeson ! marie his first appearance; ;on ihe tour in the On .fun Classic four years ac". Paul Banda,nn ' . tonP l.Ol'IS (AP A (lash between -si's defending stale Class nf) fnnh narlPr champions and North- f.,crn rny IO nns si's Class A rimer-up ciuh ve a strong senrioff Fri-y 10 ihe 15-fifi basketball a son lor the stale's large Nasi Fran-! 10-113 ma I Bosket ball Associ-vir-tory over the Warri-Thursdaj' night. Louis led by INSTALLED COMfLETE WITH a SPEAKERS The Knights and Vikings will square off in the Northeast gymnasium at 7:30 p.m. Northwest won two regular-season meetings a year acn, and compiled a 24-2 record. Northwest is minus its five starters of a year ago. ' but nonetheless is favored by rival coaches to repeal as Mid-State Conference cham- COMPOSITE SCHEDULE as 21 points ca ; third period but San Francisco, led by Cuy Rodger., battled within three mid-way through the final period. Rut, the Hawks held on for their sixth straight victory al St. Louis. San Francisco made only 2fi percent of its shos in the period to allow Si, break open a close The onlv reiiimine reenlar I oa '1 le, I ne itawKS lert Ki-v.t off Noriheast's 1D-R finishers j s 1 'hp h'-'1''-is Pay Russell, who 'H'- s, r"XV"' ""Tt! '" aged 10, 0 points a game. "st i-nuia ii m m-hi , ,. , . , , , San Franc! Padoafs 3?. rtarrv H. Only nlhcr big-school hal-'jenarv ta. Attia, u. Th,n,na u. tie on rrida.v slim schedule . mr, o. oistn a sends Vmita to Pryor. I r.Slrin''u'lrJ,,! On Saturday. Harding its Dallas Kimball. Tulsa; -ond SENO FOR FREE CATALOG! HjEBUBljll TP LZU-i PHONE FOR Ct 6-51 1 3 APPOINTMENT State's Hunters Bag 359 Deer, Up Total to 2,707 Oklahoma hunters killed; 000 acres hrfore brine pm 3S9 der Thursday, sending j out. tha larason total to 2.7ft" withj It wa reported from the four day of tha season r-' McAloster Naval Ammunl-malnirur. jiion Depot that the kill there Thf five-dav season last ; Thursday wm i Tlw larg-ar resulted" in 3.50R deer!"' "ninB! s a 21-point, .131 pound white fallow. bacRerf. j rogs were blamed fori Oorce Drake. Dewey, got , basing a deer a 155 the day s bicgrst buck, a m- pounder into Heavener point, 203 pounder near 'he (Thursday. Some 30 boys Pnwrtng rherk station. ichased the animal, nrnered 3W4 ik-n-vr, Rogers coes to Tulsa Kellcv ip'1""""1"- lila. Hockey Results J."?jfa;' mtionl Hit MUNTZ STEREO CITY N.W. 10 & Virginia t Fires continued to plague htinters in the 32.000-arre ramn f;ruber game man- tg9nent area near Musko-ge. New fires were reported him behind the Heavener jail and brought the deer tlown with a club, said Police Chief Herh Killion. Killion said it wm the big- th nnrthem taeiptor. Fire I pest deer killed thi icuwin the wnh hnrned nm S.- in TjeFlore Cwinn- VJfi Okrmjlow M Snnts Sort TEXANS PACE WOMEN'S GOLF ' AUGUSTA, t;a. (AP) ipair of Texan, Sandra Hay Inie and Kathy Whitworth itook a one-stroke lead after ;the opening round of the ;i women's Titleholders golf tournament Thursday, Uanara Havala J S-T( trtm, i ftatsv Cu saot altTlh5wa, ' tutia Kaf fa at Cnmjtor. Neman a Miami al SaiMf sartmn. Prvar at Taa. WRESTLING Fri., N. 2ith 1:1 S P.M. Jh McCwtIt MAIN IVtNT: TAft JIAM MATCH SmM im MtCarfitf r at r :- : iMiiiii FAMOUS BRANDS MEN'S SHOES ALL STYLES ALL LEATHERS VALUES TO $24.95 501 W. MAIN Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Our Only Location in Oklahoma Cily Opan Mawrtay aatf Taiurartay ,1 i JO p m. ALL SALES FINAL . SORRY. NO LAYAWAYS

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