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Page h.leven December 9, 1964 Outdoors with Oe By OLAV SMEDAL Mets' Stallard traded to Cards NEW YORK (UPI) The dog just lay there whimpering in the middle of the room. "C'mon now, Casey," one of the owners addresse d the forlorn - looking German shepherd, "it isn't the end of the world." ! The dog kept acting as if it was. SEASON OPENS The shotgun deer season opens Saturday. Shooting hours are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a daily bag limit, possession limit and season limit of one deer. This year's deer population; has been estimated at close to 37,000 animals, and a record harvest is anticipated by the 16,000 permit holders and an unknown number of landowners who can hunt on their own land without a deer permit. SEASONS CLOSE The goose and squirrel season will close on Friday, Dec. 11, but there is still plenty of opportunity and good reasons to stay afield. Pheasant, quail and rabbit prospects have picked up considerably in the past week as a result of the first snowfall. Rabbit hunting has boomed, especially in southern Iowa where cottontail populations are extremely high. The winter weather has also forced pheasants and quail into areas of heavy cover; consequently, the hunter's success has increased. High ringneck populations are reported in many areas, particularly south of highway U.S. 30, but the birds are wild. There are lots of quail in southern Iowa and they are not nearly as scattered as they were earlier in the year. The pheasant and quail seasons close on January 3 and 1he rabbit season closes on Februarv 21. "WILDLIFE ON PUBLIC LANDS" Alaska's collared lemming grows swollen feet in winter that serve as snowshoes; the kit fox's paws are furred io gain traction on its native dess?rt sands; the concave hoofs of bighorn sheep act as suction cuos on treacherous mountain slopes. Wildlife animals adjust in wcndrous ways to the lands they live' on. How western species adapt how they are related to the land and life around them is described in a new full - color publication. "Wildlife on the Public Lands," produced by the Interior Department's Bureau of Land Management. The 36 - page booklet depicts wildlife of the West and Alaska in native habitats. Illustrated by more than 50 color photographs and drawings, it discusses the major public land regions desert, plains, forest and tundra and how each in - Casey, a handsome brown and black colored animal, is the pride and joy of his two Roland cops two Tuesday Roland captured a pair of games at Bondurant Tuesday night. Tne Rockets crushed the host school 77 - 20 after the girls had scored a 64 - 50 triumph. The Rockets had 12 of their 13 players in the scoring column, four in double figures. Ed Eischen led the way with 15 points, followed by Mike Fager - land and Bruce Strum with 12 each and Jim Shold with 10 points. Coach Pat Eldredge's squad shot 46 per cent in winning its fifth game in six starts. Scoring By Quarters Roland Bondurant 18 17 21 2177 5 7 2 620 Roland's girls squad was paced by Barbara Risdal and Martha Bakke in the scoring column. Each girl scored 24 points. Susan Twedt scored 16 points. Mary Yoho hit 25 points for the losers and Jane Kim berly added 20. Roland had a 50 - 28 edge in the rebounding department. Martha Bakke pulled down 14 offensive rebounds while Clau dia Strum had 11 on the defensive end of the court, Roland is ! now 4 - 4. Scoring Bp Quarters Roland Bondurant 15 6 10 15 21 17 1864 1250 owners, Tracy Stallard of the Mets and Phil Linz of the Yankees, who also share a mid - town apartment. "He's been crying like that since he heard Tracy was traded by the Mets," Linz laughed, patting the dog on the head. Takes Different View Stallard took a different view Tuesday when vice - president Johnny Murphy called him up to inform him he had been traded to the world champion St. Louis Cardinals for outfielder Johnny Lewis and left - handed pitcher Gordon Richard son. "This is like going into day light from darkness," declared the 27 - year - old Stallard, who pitched several outstanding ball games for the Mets during his two seasons with them even though you couldn't tell that too easilv from the 6 - 17 and 10 - 20 records he compiled with Casey Stengel's last - place crew. "Normally, you wouldn't kick - about going from 10th place to a team that has won the World Series," Stallard said, "but even though I'm happy to be joining the Cardinals, I'm also sorry to be leaving the Mets. Learned A Lot "I learned a lot of baseball from Casey and no one could ever tell me he isn't a good manager. Mel Harder (who was the Mets' pitching coach) taught me the most, though. He helped me more than any other man. "Another thing I'll miss about the Mets is their fans. Thev're fabulous." Stallard said he was a "little surprised" and a "little hurt when he learned of the deal. "I felt honored that a team such as the Cardinals would want me but I felt badly the Mets were letting me eo." he said. Remembered best, perhaps, as the pitcher who served up Roger Maris' 61st homer while he still was with the Red Sox in 1961 Stallard was used as both a starter and reliever by Stengel. V Local gridder With two more seasons to sons pulling from the line and play, an Iowa sophomore will his downfiedl blocking were iAff k;c imprint Mo. instrumental m the Bulldog r t, t , i ten m gaining 391 vards in the Pherson College football feats. ! ft . North Carolina State wins for new coach Jerry Persons, Rt. 2, Ames, was one of nine Bulldog players selected by teammates for the "player - of - the - week" award in the Nov. 7 Homecoming game against Bethel College (Kans.) As an offensive tackle, Per - Coach Sid Smith said of Persons play this year, "He has given strong team leadership both on and off the field." Persons is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Persons, Rt. 2, Ames. Nesco drops two to Dows Dows defeated Nesco twice at Zearing Tuesday night. The Royal Queens dropped a 68 - 58 decision and the Nesco boys were edged by a 59 - 50 count. Corrine Norris was the big gun for the Dows team in the first game with 45 points. Nancy Ellingson was Nesco's top scorer with 22 points. Raylene Thompson had 19 points. Norris hit 16 of her 33 shots from the floor and 13 of 16 attempts from the foul line. Nesco is now 4 - 3. Scoring by quarters: Nesco IS 11 9 2058 Dows 12 13 24 19 G8 Dows pulled away in the last five minutes of the nightcap in defeating the Royal Kings John Hanson topped the Dows scoring attack with 21 points and Wally Hill added 16. Dave Jones was high for Nesco with IS followed by Roger Bauer with 11 and Steve Wildeboer with 10. Nesco is now 1 - 5 for the year. Nesco will be at Radcliffe Fri day. Scoring by quarters: Nesco 14 14 12 1050 Dows 15 15 10 1959 By FRED MCMANE UPI Sports Writer North Carolina State's new - basketball coach, Press Mara - ich, made his debut at the helm of the Wolfpack Tuesday night and already he knows what made his predecessor E - erett Case step down after 19 years. Maravich got a taste of the tension which caused Case's ill health as the Wolfpack edged out a 03 - 62 win over Maryland. Larry Lakins was the big hero when he sank a jump shot with eight seconds to play to pull State from behind after the Terps had lost the ball out of bounds during an attempted freeze. The situation was tense enough for Maravich, but the scene at the Palestra in Philadelphia was traumatic, for Miami's Coach Bruce Hale. Hnle's Hurricanes, currently ranked 16th, were dealt a stunning 90 - 86 defeat by LnSalle, which put the clamps on Rick Barry, holding him to only 27 points. Barry entered the game with a 43.3 average. HIGH SCHOOL By United Press International Fort Dodge 69 Webster City 34 Cedar Rapids Prairie 68 Tama - Toledo 45 Mount Pleasant 49 Burlington Notre Dame 30 Carrol Kucmper S9 Manning 59 Winterset 72 Osceola Clarke 70 Bello Plaine 91 Montezuma 84 Mnnticello Sacred Heart G4 Olin 59 Springfield 67 Mount Vernon 51 Iowa Valley 72 English Valley 51 Maquckcta Valley 88 Guttcn - berg 43 Dike 74 Eldora 53 Elkader 79 Manchester 56 Southeast Warren 43 Plcasant - ville 38 Williamsburg 76 Sigourncy 43 Ida Grove 63 Rockwell Cilv 56 Eddyville 71 North Mahaska 42 Roland 77 Bondurant - Farrar 20 Prairie City 51 Monroe 41 Lincoln Centra! 75 Arnolds Park 49 Stubborn Defense Miami entered the contest with a 106.3 per game average but couldn't score against La - Salle's defense. The Explorers held a slim 43 - 40 halftime lead, then spurted to a nine point advantage with nine minutes to go in the game and Miami could never catch up. Curt Fromal paced the LnSalle at tack with 26 points Successful Action Among the top 10 ranked teams, only second - ranked Van - derbilt and fifth - ranked Minnesota saw action, and both came through with successful performances. Vanderbilt got a 2S point performance from Clyde Lee and downed Western Kentucky 94 - 79 for its third win of the season, and Minnesota flashed another The Miami - l.aSalle clash was balanced scorinK nck tP the second game of a double - header ut the Palestra. In the first game, 15th - iankod Si. Joseph's College rolled to an easy 9S - S2 victory over S.T Peter's. Barry may have been stopped cold, but Davidson's high - scoring ace I - "red Hotel had himself quite a night, lletzel registered a school high of 53 points and grabbed a record 26 rebounds as the Wildcats walloped Furman 113 - S2. Furman managed to stay with the Cats only until the score stood at 5 - 5. Davidson then outscored the Paladins AS - H and ran away with the game. Garrison wins Big Eight Conference rushing crown over Sooners' Grisham KANSAS CITY, MO., Dec. 9 This was the year of the underclassmen and fullbacks in the Big Eight Conference as six of the eight individual statistical champions return next year, and for the first time in Conference history the top two rushers were fullbacks. Five of the individual crowns went to juniors, including Walt Garrison, Oklahoma State's luences and is influenced by its ! line - cracker, who won the battle wildlife residents. "Wildlife on the Public Lands" is now on sale for 35 cents by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 20240, NRA CODE OF ETHICS 1. I will consider myself an invited guest of the landowner, seeking his permission, and so conducting myself that I may be welcome in the future. 2. I will obey the rules of j safe gun handling and will courteously but firmly insist that my companions do likewise. 3. I will obey all game laws and regulations, and will insist that my companions do likewise. 4. I will do my best to acquire those marksmanship and hunting skills which assure clean, sportsmanlike kills. 5. I will support conservation efforts which can assure good hunting for future generations of Americans. 6. I wil pass along to younger hunters the attitudes and skills essential to a true outdoor sportsman. ICE FISHING Ice fishing for walleyes is excellent in the Iowa Great Lakes, according to the State Conservation Commission. Some fine catches have been reported which included some real lunkers. Anglers are urged to use caution on the ice. Most of Spirit Lake is frozen over, but only the bays of West Okoboji were covered with ice a few days ago. The Commission advises anglers not to drive on the ice with automobiles. Fishermen in other areas of the state can also anticipate good ice fishing in the coming weeks. Early winter ice fishing for crappies and bluegills is usually good on the Mississippi River backwaters, and walleyes can be taken in the open water below the dams. If you use a shelter house for ice fishing, you are required to have a permit. of fullbacks over Okahoma's Jim Grisham for the rushing title in the closest race ever! for recorded by the Conference in this statistical category. Grisham out - gained Garrison (84 - 62) in a face - to - face showdown between the two in the season's finale, but Garrison's 27 - yard pad going into the game was enough to give him the title, 730 - 725, and start the juniors to a near sweep. Two - time rushing winner, Kansas's Gale Sayers, who is the Conference's most profilic rusher with 2,675 yards in three years, was third with 633 yards and one of only three halfbacks to finish in the top nine. Taking fourth, seventh, and ninth were fullbacks Tom Vaughn (497), Iowa State; Frank Solich (450), Nebraska; and Ron Oelschlager (431), Kansas. Included in the parade of juniors were Missouri's Gary Lane, repeat winner of the total offense chase with 1,202 yards; Nebraska's Freeman White, titlist in pass receiving with 17 catches for 348 yards; Oklahoma State's Larry Elliott, twice winner in kickoff returns with a Conference record 561 yards in 21 carries. This, coupled with his 437 of last year, gives him a Conference career mark of 998, with still another year left. The sixth underclassman to win was Nebraska sophomore Bob Churchich in passing with 893 yards, after getting only 23 in the first two games. This Jet him edge Oklahoma State's Glenn Baxter (845) and Lane (770) in the one department completely dominated by youngsters. Nary a senior is to be found in the top 10. The only seniors able to win were Doug Dusenbury of Kan sas State, who repeated in punting with a fine 43.4 average in 61 tries, and Kent McCloughan of Nebraska, in scoring with 74 points. Finishing right behind McCloughan in scoring and furnishing the Conference with two more records, was Oklahoma State's Charles Durkee, a kicking specialist who set a new league single - game standard of three field goals, and a league season record of six three - pointers. He also had 19 extra points a 37 total. Making the biggest late rush for a high finish in the total offense standings was Oklahoma's Bobby Page, who garnered two of the Big Eight's "bests for the year" in the final game most rushing yards, 149, and most total yards, 256, against Oklahoma State. He was ninth with 503, playing in only six games. Right behind Lane in this department were Baxter (1,084) and Churchich (1,045), as underclassmen again dominated. Closest senior was seventh - place Grisham. Player and School LEADING RUSHERS Carries Gain Walt Garrison (OSU) 176 744 Jim Grisham (O) 146 725 Gale Sayers (K.) 122 678 Tom Vaughn (I.S.) 129 522 Lance Rentzel (O.) 89 519 Jerry Ccndit (K. St.) 122 468 Frank Solich (N.) 87 449 Gary Lane (M.) 100 540 Ron Oelschlager (K.) 95 431 Tony Baker (I.S.) 99 422 Kent McCloughan (N.) .... 96 404 Charlie Brown (M.) 99 411 Bob Hohn (N.) 74 351 Robert E. Lee (C.) 89 356 Harry Wilson (N.) 60 316 Carl Reese (M.) 83 299 Earl Denny (M.) 80 312 Bob Skahan (K.) 82 349 Estos Banks (C.) 81 302 Larry Brawn (O.) 58 275 LEADING PASSERS Loss 14 0 45 25 28 18 5 108 0 19 37 62 29 46 13 0 15 73 29 7 Net Gain Avg. 730 725 633 497 491 450 444 432 431 403 367 349 322 310 303 299 297 276 273 268 Player and School Comp. Att. Pet. Bob Churchich (N.) 54 102 .529 Glenn Baxter (N.) 54 136 .404 Gary Lane (M.) 50 119 .412 Bernie McCall (C.) 48 87 .552 Bob Skahan (K.) 41 78 .526 Ed Danieley (K. St.) 36 79 .455 Tim Van Galder (I.S.) 35 105 .333 John Hammond (O.) 16 38 .421 Bobby Page (O.) 15 35 .428 Fred Duda (N.) 17 39 .436 TOTAL OFFENSE Had Int. 8 11 14 8 1 9 6 1 3 1 Net Gain 893 845 770 569 550 358 354 28G 280 235 4.1 5.0 5.2 3.9 5.5 3.7 5.1 4.3 4.5 4.1 3.8 3.5 4.4 3.5 5.1 3.6 3.7 3.4 3.4 4.6 TD 7 4 7 1 2 1 0 I 3 2 Yds. 348 267 268 238 235 222 219 213 209 182 149 J44 139 136 135 131 121 RACES CANCELED FLORENCE, Ky. (UPI) Officials of Latonia Race Course canceled Tuesday's and today's racing programs after jockeys voted not to ride because of poor track conditions. Rushing Player and School Att. Yds. Gary Lane (M.) 100 432 Glenn Baxter (O.S.) 89 239 Bob Churchich (N.) .... 65 152 Bob Skahan (K.) 82 276 Bernie McCall (C.) .... 114 225 Walt Garrison (O.S.) ... 176 730 Jim Grisham CO.) 146 725 Gale Sayers (K.) 122 633 Bobby Page (O.) 47 223 Tom Vaughn (I.S.) 129 497 Frank Solich (N.) 87 444 Ron Oelschlager (K.) .. 95 431 Lance Rentzel (O.) 89 491 Jerry Condit (K.S.) .... 122 450 Tony Baker (I.S.) 99 403 Ken McCloughan (N.) . . 96 367 Passing Cp. Att. Yds. 50 119 770 219 1202 55 136 845 225 1084 54 1 02 893 1 67 1 045 41 78 550 160 826 48 87 569 201 794 0 0 0 176 730 0 0 0 146 725 6 16 55 146 688 15 35 280 82 503 0 0 0 129 497 0 0 0 87 444 0 0 0 95 431 1 9 7 98 498 0 0 0 122 450 0 1 0 100 403 0 0 0 96 367 Avg. Total Per Att. Yds. Play 5.5 4.8 6.2 5.2 3.9 4.1 5.0 4.6 6.1 3.9 5.1 4.5 5.1 3.7 4.0 3.8 228 175 138 120 113 103 91 77 65 65 516 4H2 335 279 223 220 197 193 TD 2 0 2 0 4 1 0 4 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 Avg. 43.4 40.5 39.7 37.9 37.4 37.3 36.2 36.0 35.7 33.8 Avg. 16.3 13.5 9.2 12.0 16.1 17.2 6.5 77.0 7.2 13.0 Avg. 24.6 23.6 30.5 23.3 27.9 20.0 21.9 27.6 Marquette 78 - 59 for its fourth consecutive victory. Wisconsin and Illinois also came through with victories, but Big Ten Conference rival Michigan Slate wasn't so lucky. The Badgers tripped Pittsburgh S0 - 63 behind a 28 point effort by Mark Zubor and Illinois got 29 points from Skip Thoren to stop Bowling Green 100 - 62. The Spartans fell victim to a 30 point performance from Notre Dame's Ron Reed and lost to the Irish 100 - 93. Other contests saw West Virginia beat Richmond 67 - 65; Wake Forest trip South Carolina 73 - 54; and William & Mary defeat George Washington 54 - 55. Elect ten gridder s into hall of fame NEW YORK (UPI) Ten men were inducted into the football Hall of Fame Tuesday night and Notre Dame was pre - Scores College Basketball Results By United Press International LEADING PASS RECEIVERS Player and School Caught Freeman White (Nebraska) 17 Bill Symons (Colorado) 27 Lance Rentzel (Oklahoma) 18 Tony Sellari (Okla. State) 17 Ben Hart (Oklahoma) 8 Earl Denny (Missouri) ' 10 Tony Jeter (Nebraska) 18 Ken McCloughan (Nebraska) 11 Lynn Chadwick (Okla. State) ' 10 Gale Sayers (Kansas) 17 George Hornung (Kansas) 10 Harry Wilson (Nebraska) 11 Gordon Brown (Oklahoma) 7 Charlie Brown (Missouri) 7 Larry Condit (Kansas State) 6 Sam Harris (Colorado) 12 Jim Waller (Missouri) 13 Player and School No. Doug Dusenbury (Kansas State) 61 Lance Rentzel (Oklahoma) 34 Mike Johnson (Kansas) 15 Harry Alley (Iowa State) 17 Wally Hinshaw (Kansas) 37 Glenn Baxter (Oklahoma State) 43 Steve Balkovec (Iowa State) 18 Gary Lane (Missouri) 48 Sam Harris (Colorado) 47 Ron Kirkland (Nebraska) 43 LEADING PUNT RETURNERS Player and School No. Yds. Larry Shields (Oklahoma) 14 Larry Elliott (Okla. St.) 13 Gale Sayers (Kansas) 15 Tom Vaughn (Iowa State) 10 George Lewark (Colorado) 7 Lance Rentzel (Oklahoma) 6 Bob Sjogren (Kansas St.) 14 Larry Condit (Kansas St.) I John Roland (Missouri) 9 Otis Williams (Iowa St.) 5 LEADING KICKOFF RETURNERS Player and School No. Yds. Larry Elliott (Okla. St.) 21 Tom Vaughn (Iowa State) 17 Bill Symons (Colorado) 11 Frank Solich (Nebraska) 12 Jeff Williams (Oklahoma State) 8 Robert E. Lee (Colorado) II Lance Rentzel (Oklahoma) 9 Gale Sayers (Kansas) 7 LEADING SCORERS Conv. Field Total Player and School Touchdowns Points Goals Points Kent McCloughan (Nebraska) .12 2 0 74 Charles Durkee (Oklahoma State) 0 21 4 37 Walt Garrison (Oklahoma State) 6 0 0 36 Lance Rentzel (Oklahoma) 6 0 0 36 Glenn Baxter (Oklahoma State) 5 0 0 30 Gale Sayers (Kansas) 5 0 0 30 Frank Solich (Nebraska) 5 0 0 30 Butch Metcalf (Oklahoma) 0 22 2 28 Charlie Brown (Missouri) , 4 2 0 26 Gary Lane (Missouri) 4 2 0 26 Tom Vaughn (Iowa State) 4 1 0 25 Bob Churchich (Nebraska) 4 0 0 24 Jerry Condit (Kansas State) 4 0 0 24 Ben Hart (Oklahoma) 4 0 0 24 Ben Howe (Colorado) 4 0 0 24 Bobby Page (Oklahoma) 4 0 0 24 'Duncan Drum (Nebraska) 0 19 1 22 East St. Joseph's (Pa.) 98 St. Peter's 82 Massachusetts Inst. Tech 58 Brandeis 56 Wisconsin 80 Pittsburgh 63 Montclair St. 80 Trenton St. 70 Albright 69 Franklin & Marshall 64 Lafayette 89 American U. 54 St. John's (N.Y.) 77 Holy Cross 74 Alfred 104 Cortland 84 Colgate 96 St. Lawrence 77 Oswego St. 76 Brockport St. 65 Rutgers 8 Georgetown (D.C.) 74 La Salle 90 Miami (Fla.) 86 King's (Pa.) 92 Onconta 76 Susquehanna 73 Fairleigh Dickinson 60 Worcester Tech 78 Lowell Tech 07 Niagara 69 Villa Madonna 60 Philadelphia Textile 90 Maryland St. 81 Pratt 65 New York Maritime 59 Wesleyan 59 Hartford 46 Boston U. 7) Northeaster 67 South North Carolina A&T 73 Hampton 60 North Carolina St. 63 Maryland 62 Bridgewater 87 Washington & Lee 81 Vanderbilt 94 W. Kentucky 79 Southern U. 102 Rust 53 W Va. St. R8 Morris Harvey 85 High Pint 74 Newberry 57 Bethany (W. Va.) 79 Wheeling 56 Benedict Coll. 107 Lane 87 Wake Forest 73 S. Carolina 54 Wofford 81 Belmont Abbey 73 Guilford 55 Pfeiffer 51 W&M 54 George Washington 44 Virginia St. 92 Howard (D.C.) 84 W. Va. 67 Richmond 65 Tampa 91 Florida Southern 71 Catholic U. 83 Old Dominion 76 J. C. Smith 91 North Carolina Coll. 72 Wilmington Coll. 85 Atlantic Christian 81 Davidson 113 Furman 82 Fisk 90 Morris Brown 81 Tennessee Tech 67 Belmont 59 Midwest Phillips Oilers 96 C'rcighton 78 Notre Dame 100 Michigan St. 93 Toledo 69 Wittenberg 64 Minnesota 78 Marquette 59 Trinity (111.) 71 George Williams 66 Illinois 100 Bowling Green 62 Washington U. fMo.) 79 William Jewell 54 Eastern Illinois 85 Illinois St. 55 Ottawa 74 Friends U. 52 Ohio Wcslevan 63 Denison 54 Otterbein 58 Muskingum 57 Capital 85 Kenyon 61 Akron 89 Hcidelbc - re 59 Hiram 79 Wooster 72 Cedarville 74 Georgetown (Ky.) 66 Ma If me 84 Fort Wayne find.) 83 (OT) Southwest Tulsa 69 Southern Methodist 50 West Seattle 79 Arizona State 78 University of San Francisco .93 San Francisco State 72 Loyola 84 San Dicp.o 68 Arizona Western 67 Imperial Valley 62 Riverside 64 Claremont 55 Whittier 76 Cal Lutheran 73 Los Angeles Pacific 92 Cal Tech 61 Carrol 80 Oregon College 51 Linfield 81 St. Martin's 74 seated the MacArthur Bowl as the outstanding college team of 1964. The gold medal award, the highest individual honor which the National Football Foundation and Hull of Fame can be stow, was awarded to Donold Bradford Lourie, n Princeton quarterback of the early 1920's. Former Army and Dartmouth football Coach Earl (Red) Blaik was the only coach honored at the Hall of Fame ceremonies. The players inducted into tho Hall of Fame were Charles Carroll, Wisconsin halfback (1920 - 28); Bob Herwig, California center (1935 - 37); Ray Evans, Kansas hnlfback (1941 - 42 and 1946 - 47); Pooley Hubert, Alabama fullback (1922 - 25); Langon Lea, Princeton end and tackle (1893 - 95); Bill Mnl - Jory, Yale fullback (1922 - 25); Charles Rinehart, Lafayette guard (1894 - 97); Kyle Rote, Southern Methodist hnlfback (1918 - 50) and W. Earl Sprack - ling, Brown quarterback 1908 - 11. Awards also were presented to the 1964 scholar - athletes, those players who combined outstanding football with high academic standards. This list included Ken Couscns of Amherst, Charles Zndel of Army, Tom Bell of Clemson, Arnold Chonko of Ohio State, Ron Oelschlager of Kansas, Horse Paul of Houston, Mel Carpenter of Utah, Bill Douglas of Washington, Cosmo Jncavazzi of Princeton, Archie Roberts of Columbia and Bob Timberlake of Michignn. New cage game Ames has scheduled a basketball game for Dec. 28 at Al - gona. The game will be part of a sports program that also will include Ames' wrestling team. The Newton basketball game that was set for Dec. 18 according to the schedule, will be played Dec. 22 instead. The game will he piayed at the Iowa State Armory prior to the ISU - Marquelte game. NBA Eastern Division W. L. Pet. Boston 20 6 .769 Cincinnati 16 10 .615 Philadelphia 14 12 .538 New York 5 18 .217 Western Division W..L..Pct. Los Angeles St. Louis Baltimore Detroit San Francisco 16 9 .640 )A 10 .583 12 15 .444 10 16 .385 8 19 .296 Tuesday's Results Philadelphia 102 Baltimore 97 Detroit 102 New York 100 Boston 108 Los Angeles 98 St. Louis 113 San Francisco 93 YOU can depend on B & C TRANSMISSIONS 232 - 5123 1 I I SKILLED TECHNICIANS prefer and recommend SSP color television Price Without Service Is No Bargain We Have Both KELSO TV SALES and Service 108 L - Way 232 - 444

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