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Packers Grab National "f Pro League Grid Lead Chicago Bears Houston Oilers Trample Dallas By United Press International The Houston- Oilers played like last year for Wally Lemm's head coaching debut in the American Football League, and the way the Eastern Division Is bunched, this club is still in the running for the cliampl(>nshlp__play6ff. While the San Diego Chargers' won their seventh straight game to make a runaway of the West ern Division standings, the two top teams in the East were knocked off to draw that race tighter than a miser's purse strings. Houston, the I960 Eastern Division champion, trounced the.Dal- las Texans, 38-7, for its first win sitice the opening game of the season. This was Lenim's first game as head man following the dismissal of Lou Rymkus last week. Meanwhile, with its "old" coach and "old" techniques, San Diego clobbered the Oakland Raiders, 41-10, and now has won more than twice as many games as any two other clubs in the league. The Eastern Division race was thrown wide - open when the Denver Broncos upset the New York Titans, 27-10, and the Boston Patriots drubbed the Buffalo Bills, 52-21. New York now leads the Eastern half of the league with a 3-3 record; Boston is 3-3-1, Buffalo 3-4 and Houston is last with 2-3-1. In guiding the Oilers to their victory before a home crowd of '23,228, Lcnim called on George 'Blnnda, the "old pro" who led Houston to last season's title. When second - year quarterback Jacky Lee failed to move the team and Dallas grabbed a 7-0 lead. Blanda came off the bench and broke open the game with three touchdowns in the second period. Blanda threw three touchdown passes, kicked a 53-y«rd field goal And five conversions, He also set up another TD with his passing as he completed 11 of 24 for 216 yards. His touchdown passes went 66 yards to Charlie Gen- nigan, 18 Billy Canon, and IS to Bill Oroman. MONDAY, OCTOBER M, INI . 54th YEAB Inside The Huddle By Joe Lee Smith Buffs Take On Arizona In Big Tilt By United Press International Arizona State gets a chance to open up its Border Conference lead this weekend when the Sun Devils host hapless Hardin-Simmons at Tempe. State, 4-1 on the season, has won its only conference start of the year and will go into the game fresh from a surprise 24-23 win over tough Oregon State- Harclin-Simmons, which hasn't won a game in two years, took it on the chin again last Saturday when West Texas State pounded the Cowboys 42-0. In other loop gajries this week, second-place West Texas p I a y s Arizo.a at Tucson and Texas Western hosts New Mexico State at El Paso, Western edged Trinity 19 - 14 while New Mexico State fell before Wichita of the Missouri Valley Conference 42-27 last week- Arizona State will be heavily favored over Hardin • Simmons, New Mexico State rates a slight Coach Says Face Guards Cause Hurt SCOOBA, Miss, (UPI) — Football coach Bob Sullivan says his team was plagued by head. and neck injuries last season but has had none this year after discarding face guards, Sullivan, head coach at East Mississippi Junior College, said ie stopped issuing such guards after hearing a report by Fritz Crisler of Michigan during a meeting of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Rules Committee. The report said a doctor's study revealed thnt blows on face guards cause "whip lash" injuries, that the guards impair players' vision by 33 1-3 per cent and cause players to duck their heads to see, thereby increasing t he danger of injuries. Sullivan said none of his players had ever gone without the guards in games until this season and now none would consider wearing one. During the season's first game, he said, he had a complete set of helmets with guards on the sidelines for use in the event A player received a facial injury and it caused panic among his team. Sullivan plans to file reports on his experiment at the end of the season with the NOAA Rules Committee. edge over Texas West Texas is a over Arizona. Western and narrow choice Gruver has a fine ball club all right. Coach Corky Chapman has a well • balanced team with speed, size and power, But we felt like White Deer should have whipped the Greyhounds despite crippling injuries and playing on the Gruver home field. In fact, it is our opinion that lousy refereeing cost White Deer the ball game and possibly a share of the district 1-A title. The Bucks had one touchdown called back on delayed ,15 • yard penalty. By delayed, we mean it took th« referee a tew seconds to call the penalty. Had that score been allowed to stand up, White Deer would have gained a 14-14 tie with the extra point to be tried. And if that wasn't enough, the Bucks' Rickey Lowe broke loose on a 60-yard scamper that was called back to ths White Deer 36 when the referee claimed he stepped out of bounds. Three other local sportswriters and myself were within a few feet of the play in better position than the referee — and we all agreed that Lowe was never out of bounds. Now we aren't tuking anything away from Gruver. They have a find ball club and will make a good representative from this district. But never - the - less it is our opinion that White Deer, got a raw deal frorn the officials. The district races In the Panhandle area cleared up a wee bit last Friday. Gniver and Stinnett are the top teams in the district 1-A race as Panhandle lost to Stratford 28-14. The Rattlers play the Greyhounds at Stinnett, Nov. 3. It's still anyone's race in 3-AAA where Tascosa leads, but Palo Duro, Borger and Monterey challenge, Borger and Monterey play Friday night ftt the Bulldogs hdme Stadium. McLean sits'in the driver seat in 2-A after a narrow 13-12 victory over Memphis, The Tigers must-still "get past Lcfors to nail down the title, Groom and Wheeler will fight it out for the 2-B crown. Both clubs have 2-0 district marks and they meet Nov. 3 in a game that will probably decide 'the championship. In 5-AA, Perry ton arid Quanah tangle 'this Friday with the winner becoming an overwhelming favorite for the title. A Quanah victory would clear the last major hurdle for the Tribe. That Gruver - White Deer game was really a slam - bang affair. The two clubs were hitting as hard as we have seen anyone hit this season. We look for Gruver — if they can get by Stinnett — to advance finals where Or anyone else will fait to Al- Robinson Takes Unfavorable Win NEW YORK (UPI) — Sugar Ray Robinson considered today a return fight at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 24 or Dec. 16 with young Denny Moyer, over whom he won a unanimous but apparently unpopular decision in Saturday night's TV bout. Matchmaker Teddy Brenner asked the 41-year-old former middleweight and welterweight champion to take a return match with 22-year-old Moyer of Portland, Ore., if he hopes to get another shot at the middleweight crown. Robinson's first reaction to Brenner's return - bout request was this: "I thought I won by a fair margin Saturday night, and the ring offici-als thought to, too. However, I'll at least listen tp .the terms for another Moyer fight. Although the 7,800 fans in the Top Clubs Clash In SWC Race By United Press International The Texas touchdown juggernaut has a chance to crush the last vestages of disputed leadership this week in the Southwest Conference. The Longhorns play host to Rice in a game that seems to be a far cry from what was once given advance billing as the showdown for the title. It could still turn out to be that, but it would take an unexpected reversal of form on the part of the Pro Football Standings By United Pre« International Eastern Division National League W L T Pet, PF PA to the state semi the Greyhounds for that matter bany. Of course, highly touted Wink would be the quarter • final opponents. Football season really gets exciting around playoff time. We hope that Pampa Can attract a good bi • district or regional con test. Wallop 49ers By United Press International The Chicago Bears made a pop-gun of San Franclscc "shotgun." They looked right down the barrel withoij flinching and every time the Forty-Nlners pulled the trl?j ger, they fired a blank. That's the story of the National Football League's upset-of-the- week. .The Bears, using a "gimmick" defense designed by assist' ant coach Clark Shaughnessey, walloped the Forty - Niners, 31-0, Sunday and became a strong contender for? the Western Division championship. San Francisco's unexpected setback left the Green Bay Packers alone atop the division standings with a 5-1 record. The Packers had „ an, easy time drubbing . the Minnesota Vikings, 33-7. v i : The champion Philadelphia Eagles and. the; New ,York-Giants preserved .their tie for first' place in the Eastern Division, also with 5-1 records. Philadelphia trounced the Dallas Cowboys, 43-7 and New Tascosa And Texas And Rice To Meet York rallied to defeat the L| AngeJes Rams 24-14, The Baltimore Colts sprang il upset when they beat the DetrtF ions, 17-14;'the Cleveland Browl edged the Pittsburgh Steeiers, ;| 28, and the St. Louis Cardiml sent the Washington Redskil down to their 14th consecuti| NFL defeat, 24 : 0. Coach George Halas of t.| Bears gave Shaughnessey all t credit for'rigging the defense thl defused the Forty - Niners 1 , Sho| gun. And he lauded Bill Gepre Chicago's all • pro linebacktl for "quarterbacking" the defenj on the field. San Francisco's attack, whi| led the league with an averal gain of 402 yards per game bl fore Sunday, netted only 40 yarl through the air and 92 on tl ground. And the Bears interceJ ed three passes and recover! three San Francisco fumbles. Billy Wade, playing only his cond full game of . the seascl threw four Chicago touchdoJ passes, two of them to rookie e:| Mike Ditka. A crowd of 49,070 Chicago watched the Bears their third straight game move into a second - place tie wij the Forty - Niners. Both ha| 4-2 records. By United Press International Mississippi, Michigan State Texas, Iowa and Colorado, who represent a national cross-section of college football titans — take perfect records into the danger zone of conference competition next weekend. Ohio State, Georgia Tech And Louisiana State also meet league opponents while Alabama, the only other major school in the top 10 with a spotless record, and Notre Dame engage in sectional clashes. Top - ranked Mississippi meets Phila. New York Cleveland Dallas St. Louis Pittsburgh Wash. 5 5 4 3 3 1 0 6 0 .833 .833 .GG7 .500 .500 .167 .000 152 87 133 94 143 135 104 130 104 101 116 119 38 124 Western ptvision Green Bay San Fr'sco Chicago Detroit Baltimore Minnesota Los Ang. 5 1 4 2 4 2 3 3 3 3 0 0 5 0 5 0 .833 .667 .667 .500 .500 .167 .167 194 167 120 105 78 138 110 156 108 167 92 135 Vanderbilt, eighth-ranked Georgia Tech faces Tulane and 10th rated Louisiana State goes against Florida in Southeastern Conference games. The second - ranked Michigan State Spartans meet Indiana, sixth ranked Iowa collides with Pardue and seventh ranked Ohio State tackles Wisconsin in Big 10 contests. The Longhorns of Texas, ranked third last week by the United Press International Board of Coaches, engage Rice in a Southwestern Conference tilt and ninth State Grid Choices Roll Merrily Along State title favorites Jacksboro, Brownwood and Albany rolled along in fine fashion last Friday but several clubs labeled as contenders fell by the .wayside. Probably the top shockers de- plo . nns ', 11p .; In AAA, Gainesville roared past Greenville, the defending 6-AAA winner, 38-14 and McKinney brushed off Paris 28-14 to set up their clash Friday for the chain- ranked Colorado meets Oklahoma in a Big Eight battle. Alabama, ranked fourth, tangles with Houston and fifth ranked Notre Dame tries for a comeback against Northwestern. Mississippi again displayed its power against hapless Tulane last Saturday, as the Rebels routed the Green Wave; 41 - 0. Billy Ray Adams scored twice for Ole Miss, which used its first team for only 10 minutes. Michigan State toppled Notre Dame from the unbeaten list, 17-7, as George Saimes sprinted for two touchdowns in less than three minutes to break up a close game. Texas, leading the nation in total offense, ground out 402 yards in beating defending SWC champion Arkansas, 33-7, to take over the conference lead. A "patsy" for Tennessee since And in 7-AAA, Carthage and Sunday's Results New York 24 Los Angeles 14 St. Louis 24 Washington 0 Cleveland 30 Pittsburgh 28 Baltimore 17 Detroit 14 Chicago 31 San Francisco fl Green Bay 33 Minnesota 7 Owls to make it so. Coach Dan-ell Roval isn'i «c-,,..,.., ,..>,, „ cepting anything for' granted, I Ph«l»delph.a 43 Dallas 7 "We're happy when we win," he said matter of factly. "B u t Rice is next and I can't forget when we got to them undefeated and they took us 34-7." American League Eastern Division W L T Pet. PF PA ... . •* • ,t i r\nu Jii < 0*»r*t ^*ii nit*fc^v **i»v* veloped m class-A down m south., gt - Jacksoiwille tan . nott To vac whom Art nil ipra mCd . ... „ ., New York Boston Buffalo That was in 1958 when Texas, jj ous t on had rolled to this stage of the campaign to be crushed by the Owls. But it was a somewhat more rocky road that included a couple of narrow squeezes. The game against Arkansas expected to be the first real test of Texas power, and the Longhorns went through Razorback defensive bulwarks just as handily as it had four previous foes. Texas exploded Arkansas hopes with a solid 33-7 threshing. Rice had all it could handle in subduing oft-beaten Southern Methodist 10-0; Baylor has been brushed aside by Arkansas then was humiliated 19-17 by Texas Tech over the week end to virtually drop out of sight. 330 3 3 I 340 2 3 1 .500 .500 .429 .400 144 171 228 186 153 183 181 120 Western Division San Diego 700 1.000 227 92 Dallas Denver Oakland 3 3 3 4 0 .500 128 159 0 .419 152 176 I 5 0 .167 102 228 Sunday's Results San Diego 41 Oakland 10 Denver 27 New York 10 Boston 52 Buffalo 21 Houston 38 Dallas 7 SUFFERS HEAD INJURY DETROIT (UPI)-Gump Worsley, veteran New York Ranger goalie who suffered » head injury in * Saturday night game with the Detroit Red Wings, may be able to return to action in a week, according to doctors at Ost«opathic east Texas where an unheralded Hull-Daisetta club blasted A n a- huac, a season long favorite to play in the state finals, 36-18. And Crosby, who lost to the same Albany team 20-0 in the class A finals a year ago. dealt favored Waller its first loss of the campaign in a 12-6 upset. But the championship favorites in the top four classes rolled merrily along. Wichita Falls, the AAAA leader, was idle. Jacksboro •apped Nocona 30-14 in AA, while defending AAA champion Brownwood smothered Vernon 42-0 and class A titlist Albany walloped Eastland 56-0- Defending AAAA champion — and favored to meet Wichita Falls in the finals — Corpus Christi Miller ravaged Monterey Tech 27-14 to maintain its undefeated status. San Angeto took another giant step toward the 2 • AAAA title by turning back once • dangerous Abilene 26-13. Big Spring remained undefeated and a title threat in the same district with a 2-0 thrashing of Abilene Coop- Grand Prairie established itself as the chief threat to Wichita Fall* in 4-AAAA with a 15-« triumph over Arlington. Just to make it a more typi-1 Hospital The doctors said there Southwest Conference we* «•»? ''JLt"*.,^^/ache heck; of a headache gle for the probable crown, Both clubs warmed up for the occasion with lop-sided wins. High-scoring Belton was thankful to beat four time loser Killeen 7-6 in a district 9-AAA match. LaV'ega, victor over Brownwood, rattled Waco University 33-0 the same district. Denver City, the class AA champ, chalked up its 23rd straight win by tromping Stanton 44-20- Other important contests saw Dimmitt upset previously undefeated Tulia 20-13; Quanah blast Spearman 43-0; Haskell nip Hamlin 13-12; Piano smother Cooper 50-0; Paul Pewitt top Atlanta 14-8; Pittsburgh trample Daingerfield 48 - 20; Jefferson trounce Linden 50-8; Rusk slip by Gladewater 16-14 and G i 1 m e r beat Pine Tree 22-6 in the northern bracket. Down south in AA, Sweeney ripped Edna 34-0; Katy put the brakes on LaGrange 28-0; Hillsboro tromped West 27-0 and Brady rolled over Llano 52-6. Gruver whipped White Deer 22-8, New London blasted Hallsville 42-6, McLean topped Mem its victory in 1954, Alabama finally clobbered the Volunteers, 34-3, as quarterback P a t Trammell passed for one touchdown and scored another himself. Matt Szykowny filled in ably for injured quarterback Wilburn Hoi- Us while piloting Iowa to a 47-15 whipping of Wisconsin. Szykowny threw three 'touchdown passes, ran for a fourth and kicked all of. the Hawkeyes' five extra points. Ohio State's ball control tactics paid off in the only touchdown of By United Press International Important district games dot the Texas schoolboy football schedule in the Class AAAA - AAA ranks this week with some contenders likely to see their hopes dashed in frustration. Class AAAA's top - rated Wichita Falls makes its first sortie into title play and isn't expected to work up much sweat against Irving, while A.A.A's No. 1 Brownwood Lions go after district win No, 2 with Graham expected to be the victim. Big Spring, one of AAAA's seven perfect record survivors, gets its biggest test of the season against Odessa Permian in a West Texas feature; Dallas Wilson and Dallas Samuell meet in a telltale zone battle; once - beaten Sherman faces 'always • rugged Highland Park; Orange and Beaumont South Park get together in a decisive tilt for both, and Corpus Christi Miller meets Corpus Christi Carroll in the other top Class AAAA district clashes. In Class AAA, district' leaderships will be at stake when Andrews visits Seminole; McKinney goes to Gainesville and Jacksonville travels to Carthage. Elimination of one of three or four contenders will occur when La Vega meets Helton and Lamar Consolidated olays Bay City. Other games of more than casual importance include Odessa High at San Angelo, Lubbock LeeJth GradersI Rip Phillips 34-0 Robert E. Lee's undefeated grade Rebels rolled over Philli) 34-0 Friday afternoon to recc their fifth consecutive win of season. . Quarterback Jack Thompson a| fullback Smisson Goodlett counted for four of the five toucj downs with two each 'and Clef McCarrell notched the other marker. It was the 10th straight victo for Coach Joe Ferryman sir coming to Pampa last fall. Tl Rebs never had any serious nl ments after building up a 2| halftime advantage. Thompson put the Lee cl| ahead in the first quarter scampering 40 yards on a doul reverse. The giant signal - call raced 75 yards for another taf Goodlett scored once on a yard run and scampered 40 yajj with a pass from Thompson the other score. McCarrell ra bled 31 yards for his six poin Monterey at Borger, Amarillo Tascosa vs. Amarillo High, Marshall at Longview, Pasadena at Brazos- port, Austin S. F. Austin at Bryan, Waco at Austin Travis, San Antonio Jefferson vs. San Antonio Edison, Littlefield at Dumas, Lake View at Colorado City. Kilcen at Cleburne, Sisbee at Jasper, Huntsville at Nederland and San Benito ac FaHurrias,, in! the game against Northwestern, Bob Mrukowski scoring in the fi nal two minutes to climax a 10-0 victory. Georgia Tech edged Auburn, 76, on Billy Lothridge's successful Quarterback Club Will Meet Tuesday The Pampa Quarterback club meets Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Since the Harvesters didn't play conversion; omrmgp >•--"'" , R , t Frlday , a f n m on either a Colorado shut out > Conference Kansas State, 13-0. in its continu-l Texas Sute wiu b(J ghown ing bid for an Orange Bowl berth . o{ a p film - v r ... . and Louisiana State clipped Kentucky, 24-14, with its shot gun pass spread. Elsewhere, Dartmouth was tumbled from the ranks of the perfect teams by Holy Cross, 1713, and Boston College did the same to Villanova, 22-6. phis 13-12 and Wink swamped Iraan 60-0 in important class A battles- Garden greeted Saturday night's decision wiih mingled cheers for | ca. „.,„,...,„... „„...,..,.,,„,. ..,„„ ^ feoos, Brenner disclosed: "Ouriend. Texas Christian's slumber j f will n*ve „ Ifkvision sponsor* report that TV j ing Frogs awoke from a two- »r * coupie 01 oays. •iftiens which carried the fight ! game nap to blast the brash Tex- j ___ •wamped with phone calls j as Aggies out of a share of the proUft «$«inst the deciMou." 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