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BURLINGTON (N.C.) DAILY TIMU-NIWS MONDAY, DKIMIIt 14, 1*54 Western Home Browns, Colts Sparkle In Warm-Up For Title Packers, Cards Vie In Runner-Up Bawl By HIKE RATHET Amcfated Pratt Spirts Writer The Baltimore Colts vs. the Cleveland Browns for the National Football League championship. Johnny Unitas vs. Jimmy Brown. % The Ideal test -- Passing vs. Rushing. But it's not that simple. Despite the fact that Unitas and Brown are the acknowledged leaders in their respective phases of the game each team has multiple offensive weapons and proved it in final regular seasons games. The Browns clinched their first Eastern Division title since 1957 by crushing the New York Giants 52-20 as Frank Ryan fired five touchdown pass. Lenny Moore and Ray Berry played key roles for the Western Division charapfon Colts Sunday, setting records in a 45-17 romp over Washington. Taking the three standouts from each team in those games pletions in 20 attempts for 226 reveals some intriguing match- yards and a pair of touchdowns. Browns, completing 12 of 13 passes for 202 yards and those five touchdowns while scoring once himself on a 12-yard run. The touchdowns put the Browns ahead to stay 10-7 and started a streak in which Cleveland scored six consecutive times. The Colts were locked in a 1010 tie with the Redskins at the half but moved ahead in the third quarter on Jerry Hill's seven-yard touchdown run before Unitas hit for a touchdown pass and Moore plunged short yardage for his two touchdowns to put it out of reach. Unitas wound up with 13 com- ups for the championship game at Cleveland, Dec. 27. PASSING Unitas - Passed for t w o touchdowns and wound up the season with 158 completions, a 51 per cent accuracy mark 2,827 yards gained and 19 TD's. He had six passes intercepted. Ryan -- Finished the season with 174 completions, a 52 per cent mark, $.404 yards and 25 TD's. He had 19 passes stolen. RUSHING Moore -- -"Scored two touchdowns and brought his total to 20, breaking the record set by (Jim Taylor -of Green Bay in 1962. Gained. 584 yards during the season fat- a 3.7 average. Brown -- Scored one touchdown for 105' during his career, tying the record held by Green Bay's Don Hjutson. Gained 1,446 Bakken tied an NFL record with his five field goals, the last one coming after he missed a 53-yarder with less than two minutes remaining. Bart Starr of the Packers also broke a league record on the final day of the season, completing 26 passes without an interception for a string of 225 in a row without a steal. The old record of 208 was set by Milt Plum in 1959-60. Cline Leads East Carolina To Bowl Win s ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) I Speedy Dick Bass grabbed a 68- lyard pass from tailback Bill Cline to set up East Carolina's winning touchdowns as the Pirates edged Massachusetts 14-13 in the Tangerine Bowl Saturday night. East Carolina Coach Clarence Stasavich called the play the game's turning point. The Pirates were behind 13-6 and back on their own 10 yard line when Bass, who runs the 100 yard dash in 9.8 seconds, streaked downfield and caught Cline's pass. (UP! Telephoto) Buffalo Quarterback DARYLE LAMONICA Twists Away From Denver's JAM FRASER To Start A 24-Yard Touchdown Run In The First Quarter Face Pats Sunday For Crotcn Bills Move Step Closer To East Title Southern Entertains Mt. Airy Tomorrow By WALT RIDDLE times-News Sports Writer Southern Alamance swings into league action tomorrow night, while Western Alamance a Eastern Alamance play outside foes in basketball action in the area. Graham has an open date. Other Western 3-A Conference teams in action are Reidsville and Madison - Mayodan. Morehead has an open date. Reidsville plays at Greensboro Page, while Madison - Mayodan entertains Asheboro. Southern plays host to powerful Mt. Airy in a doublebeader. A jayvee game will be played prior to the varsity encounter "He would have gone all the way but he lost stride reaching for the pass," Stasavich said. Several plays later Cline skirted end for a touchdown and then passed to end Pete Crane for two points. Cline was voted the game's| outstanding player. Stasavich said he was "a little worried when we went two touchdowns behind. But we've come from behind before." East Carolina was the only college team in North Carolina .and South Carolina invited to Iplay in a post season bowl ! game. at 6:30 o'clock. The Bears are 1-4) in league play after an easy victory over Eastern Alamance last Friday. The Confeds are 0-0 in loop play and 1-2 on the season. Coach Lewis Robertson's charges are led by Bob Gammon, Ernest York and Tommy Simmons. Goad, Bullock are the players. Edwards visitors' and top By BOB GREEN That gives them an ll-2|Lamonica was the prime mover, Starr hit Boyd Dowler with a (Associated Press Sports Writer record to Boston's 10-2-1. Byiin the Bills' triumph over Den- five-yard touchdown pass to I TV , Q R,,f f ,u nm* ,TM «n-i beatin 8 Denver the Bills nowjver, passing for one touchdown TV , Q R,,f f ,u nm* ,TM «n- The Buffalo Bills are one pass start a 14-point fourth quarter . . . . . . . » against theRams, then Jim ' anaUstep closer to the^Amen- Taylor got the tie with a one- yard plunge. The big play for Los Angeles was a 95-yard pass from Bill Munson to Bucky Pope. can Football League Eastern Bill Brown scored three need only a tie with the Patriots [and running for two. in the final game of the regular Kansas City shocked San Dien . . . .... . . . . , season Sunday to clinch the title 'go which had already clinched Division title, but there s one and a spot in the championship l i n the West, 49-6, and Houston huge hurdle left-the Boston game against the San Diego broke a nine-game losing string TM tnots Chargers. 33-17 over New York in the only The Bills, who would have , - other AFL games scheduled remained in the running regard-, The Patriots, idel last week, The yards during the season for a'touchdowns as the Vikings com- iless of .°? e ° utcome ~ of their , beat Buffa |° pleted the Bears' disastrous ' TM 16 Wlth Denver - improved season and now have a Decision On Hardin Set For Today ANNAPOLIS- Md. ( A P ) -Lamonica got the Bills started Coach Wayne Hardin's football Western attempts to get back on the winning side of the ledger against . good Orange club. The Warriors opened up with a victory over Gibsonville, but since that time have Greensboro Smith and lost to Gibsonville. The two girls' teams tangle in the first game at 6:30. Coach Mike Clayton's Eagles have a 2-2 record against all' comers this year. This is the second meeting of the year between Yanceyville and the Eagles. Eastern gained a victory at home last Tuesday and seeks to make it two straight. Ronnie Price, Jeff Butler and David Westbrook are Eastern's top point-makers. The two girls' clubs meet in the preliminary contest at 7 o'clock. 5.2 average. RECEIVING Berry -- Caught five passes for a career total of 506 -- three more than the record held by Bill Howton 'of Green Bay and season, Plum connected with their position slightly Dallas. Has' caught 43 passes this year for- 663 yards and six down against the Steelers. TDs. Paul Warfield -- Caught five passes for total of 52 and 920 yards, scoring once for a total of nine touchdowns. Warfield is the first Brown since Mac Spec- Jim Gibbons on 64 and 82 yard with a 30-19 victory, scoring plays in the Lions' victory over the 49ers and Perry Lee Dunn bolted three yards for the Cowboys' clinching touch- Sunday game winning streak going. Buffalo quarterback Daryle Sellers Five Plays First Loop Game Coach David Maynard's Tigers will try to even up then- record tomorrow night as they take on Central of Orange County in CPAC action. The Tigers have] two losses in three outings this season. They were downed 67-57 by Greensboro Dudley in non- conference action and upset 6159 in Salisbury by Price High School in the Western 3-A circuit Sellars was originally scheduled to play Lincoln High School ^ of Chapel Hill tomorrow night, a 46-yard touchdown pass f u t u r c at « ~ mav b ~ ^1^ but due to difficulties in Lin, v-^ j ·-. . i · · , i . j u i u i v , d i i i c i v v i j i a v uc ucviucu i L _i i y i_ t* to Ed Rutkowski, added another . , . ,. ' , 4 .. . coin schedule the game had to six points with a 23-yard scam- toda y at a meetin § of the atnlet ' be cancelled and the Hillsboro After spitting its first two games, the Gibsonville Yellow- jackets have bounced back with impressive wins o v e r Notre Dame of Greensboro and Western. Guilford has been the surprise team of the Guilford County Conference, winning its first four games against outside quints. This is the first league test for both clubs. Gibsonville is paced by senior Jimmy Young, who has averaged close to 30 points a game this year. A girls' contest opens up the dou- bteheader at 7 o'clock. SELECTION OF NORELCOS HERE See The Norelco Line At Burlington Drug Co. rye per nd clinched tt wth aone-'ic control board. .yard plunge after the Broncos There has been doubt contest was arranged. This will about be the first Central Piedmont die in 1952 to catch more than 50 passes. ~"^~ In addition, the teams produced two of the league's top three-point scorers with Moore winning the title with 120 points lo 115 for Cleveland's Lou Groza and Jim Bakken of St. Louis. ; The Cardinals, who had a shot at the Eastern title until the Browns whipped New York, edged Philadelphia 36-34 on Bakken's fifth field goal - a 19- yarder with 22 seconds remaining. St. Louis will meet Green Bay in the Playoff Bowl at Miami, Fla., Jan. 3. (Continued From Page 10-A) had pulled within four points at the status of the 37-vear-oldi^ n ' et ' c Conference games of 23-19. Hardin since Friday, when re- lne season for the Tigers. Last ports started circulating that he ^ ar . thev were runners-up in NFL STANDINGS ted Michigan just two points in the last 7% minutes. Lee Veteran Len Dawson put on a nad already been fired or ! spectacular passing djsplay for resigned. had Minn. Detroit The Packers tied Los Angeles | Los Ang. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Final Standings Eastern Conference W L T Pet. Pts. OP thy 17 for Tech. Clyde paced Vanderbilt with 25. St. Louis' height advantage the Chiefs in the rout" of San! The board, composed of high- was overcome by a scrappy Diego, completing 17 of 28-- in- ranking naval officers, annually The Huskers rallied to within, Missouri club which won 72-56. eluding his first a point and then Hare, who;Ned Monsees a 6-foot-5, 230- yards, scored 20 points, shot with 11 pounder, scored 24 points and, R 00 ki e halfback Sid Blanks'tiation each year, although they seconds left. The ball rolled off (grabbed 15 rebounds as the Ti- rebound and with his back to, the basket, flipped the ball overj has played Hillsboro in a few years. 11-for 220 acts on coaches' contracts. The TM* I 1 " 1 ' Tigers J 1 ! also be , contract" ·-» c,,h^ ct to reneBo l t r y i n to even U P their record contract, ,,., _ U J _ct to renego- ias they take the floor against jayvees of Hillsboro. The ,loss in four starts. The other ranked teams Cleve. his head and through the hoop. won. San Francisco. No. all 5, 10 y 6 6 5 5 New York 2 Si. Louis Washn. Phil'phia Dallas Pittsb'gh .769 415 293| That gave Nebraska the big-itopped California 65-55; No. 7, .750 557 33iigesi upset of the young college UCLA, whipped Oklahoma State .429 307 305[basketball season and left Wich-,68-52; Duke, eighth in the poll, .429 312 313|ita, unbeaten in four games aft- whacked South Carolina 11172: .385 250 291 ( .357 252 313 .167 241 399 touchdowns for the ma y not nave expired handed New York In the case of Hardin, he hasj many "starts.' The tip-off is set its sixth straight road defeat, four years to go on a five-jear f or 7 00 p m 1 pact. It reportedly pays him $18,000 a year. The Associated Press has learned reliably that Hardin was told last Monday that he AFL STANDINGS Western Conference Balti. 12 24-24 and deadlocked Minnesota for second place in the West but won the Playoff Bowl berth because they outscored the Vikings in their two meetings this season. The Vikings finished out their season with a 41-14 thumping of Chicago. Elsewhere, Detroit defeated San Francisco 24-7 and Dallas Edged Pittsburgh 17-14. Ryan was the big man for the I 2 Green Bay 8 5 5 5 7 9 10 Chicago San Fran. .857 428 225 .615 342 245 .615 355 296 .583 280260 .417 283 339 .357 260379 .286 236 330 Saturday's Results Cleveland 52, New York 20 Sunday's Results Minnesota 41, Chicago 14 St. Louis 36, Philadelphia 34 Dallas 17, Pittsburgh 14 Green Bay 24, Los Angeles 24 Detroit 24, San Francisco 7 Baltimore 45, Washington 17 littJe Tigers have one loss in as SOUTHWEST Michigan and the top spot. | John's squeezed by Miami, Fla. The Shockers,, led by All- 7 ?7 77 - Minnesota, No. 6, was America Dave Stallworth, who scored 26 points and had 13 rebounds, eased past BYU completing a sweep of their two game series. Michigan wasn't the only ranked team to get beat Satur-j day. Third-ranked Vanderbilt and No. .4 St. Louis also went down. Virginia Tech, always tough on its home court, sprung its sophomore-studded line-up at Vanderbilt after three straight road losses and came up with a 69-64 victory. John Wetzel scored 18 points and Pat McCar- idle Saturday. EAST St. John's 79, Miami 77 Temple 73, Boston U. 62 Princeton 77, Navy 67 Holy Cross 68, Yale 66 FAR WEST Utah 101, St. Mary's, Cal. 67 UCLA 68, Okla. State 52 Seattle 75, Santa Barbara 55 Washington 70, Wash. St. 66 San Jose St. 66, Arizona 59 San Francisco 65, Calif. 55 Air Force 67, Iowa State 63 Eastern Division W L T Pet. Pts. OP, Buffalo 11 2 0 .B4fi 376 228' I Boston 10 2 1 .833 351 273 'New York 5 7 1 .417 261 291 Houston 3 10 0 .231 276 340 Western Division ,San Diego 8 4 1 .667 321 279 Kan. City 6 7 0 .462 342 299 .Oakland 4 7 2 3 6 4 2 8 2 3 3 0 Denver 2 10 1 .167 225 404 Sunday's Results Kansas City 49, San Diego 6 Buffalo 30. Denver 19 Houston 33, New York 17 Next Sunday's Games Buffalo at Boston New York at Kansas City Denver at Houston San Diego at Oakland. Baylor 139, Trinity, Tex. 88 Arkansas 68. Hardin-Sim. 63 Oklahoma 86, Texas 73 SMU 98, LSU 75 Loyola, La. 82, TCU 73 /vwe/co 'FLOATING-HEAD' SPEEDSHAVER 30 at BILLER'S We Carry A Complete Line Of NORELCO PRODUCTS Give A Norelco For Christmas MIDWEST Nebraska 74, Michigan 73 Missouri 62, St. Louis 56 Cincinnati 67, Louisville 57 Iowa 98, Creighton 83 Penn St. 60. Kansas St. 59 Indiana 107, N. Carolina 81 Wisconsin 87, Bowling Gr. 56 Drake 91, Mich. State 75 Illinois 103, Wash, Mo. 59 Kansas 80, Loyola, 111. 60 Northwestern 87, Colorado 80 j Bradley 100, South Dakota 72 Evansville 89, Notre Dame 82 Wichita 81, Brigham Young 65 Purdue 80, Butler 64 We Are Distributors for all j| / NEW / /vore/co MAY WE SERVE YOU TODAY C. M. Mann Co., Inc. r i 1348 E. Webb Ave. Dial 228-1706 Wheless, Hand Unanimous Choices Five Elon Gridders Make All-CC Club GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -Elon, the 1964 conference football champion, and Appalachian placed five men each on the 22- player all Carolinas Conference football team announced today HOLIDAY MONEY SUrtey SUelds Christmas is here. Wallets are flat at this time of year . . . Everyone can use extra money to take advantage of cash buying and SAVE. LOANS TO $600.00 Repayment To Suit Your Budget Get your money from the company built on Quick Friendly . . . Courteous Service. Amount Needed Date Wanted Name Address Phone Employer - - COME IN ... PHONE . . . -roues FIND us rrMay Til 7 E. Fmt Street Acre* From AAP mom The team, divided into offensive and defensive platoons, was selected by the league's football coaches. Elon quarterback Ed Wheless ter Bob McLeod, Catawba; quarterback, Ed Wheless, Elon; halfbacks, Bryan Applefield, Catawba, Ellis Johnson, Western Carolina; fullback Larry Lawand Appalachian tackle Lary ing, Appalachian Hand, both named to the offensive team, were the only unanimous choices. The defensive team: Ends, Jerry Rowe, Elon, Jim Wheless, who passed for 1,235'Bennett, Catawba: interior line- yards and 13 touchdowns, led j men, Gene Appier, Catawba, the conference in total offense Morris Thomas, E l o n , Don How to buy an electric shaver for Christmas with 1,322 yards. Hand, who has signed with the Detroit Lions, was a member of the Associated Press second team Little All- America. Mauldin, Appalachian; linebackers, Richard Tickle, Appalachian, Pat Merrick^ Newbery; Defensive backs, John Ruta, Western Carolina, Bobo Montgomery, Lenoir Rhyne, Jim Deangeles. Western Carolina and Wheless and Hand were,- ---·_ - - - - - - - . - - - - named the conference's most ! Tom Brown, Lenoir Rhyne. valuable players. The only freshman named to the squad was Western Carolina's Ellis Johnson, a 175-pound halfback from Jacksonville, Fla. Johnson rushed 470 yards to spark the Catamounts to a second-place finish. Catawba and Western Caro- ina placed four players on the team while three Lenoir Rhyne players were selected. The offensive team: Ends, Rex Harrison, Elon, L«ry Harbin, Appalachian; tackles, Larry Hand, Appalachian, Jim Hobson, Western Carolina; guards, Joe Dawson, Elon, Eric White, Lenoir Rhyne; cen- BONES (Continued From Page 10-A) wasn't enough for Maryland's Terps, who dropped a thriller to West Virginia 80-73. The Mountaineers tied the game in the final second and ran away in the overtime period. Virginia, visiting Richmond of the Southern Conference, dropped its second in four games 72-66. There are no games tomorrow night. Wednesday, Duke is at Clemson. 1. Make up your mind to break the uncomfort- ·bte shave ,'iabit. 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