Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 24, 1961 · Page 9
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 9

Pampa, Texas
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Tuesday, October 24, 1961
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TRIPLI THREAT r '' ''-''" • ' - & Spartans Named Top College IV toy a I Fears Rice Owls J a |V United Press International manager, said he had already sold until dark. Starting guard-Robert irrell Royal is coach of thejm° r e than 11,000 tickets for the Burk and halfback Tommy Min- points for a 36 point average and in's third-ranked football Rice-Texas game in Austin—the ter missed the drill with injuries has-allowed just three touch- Perryton And Tribe To Clash It's • showdown time In the West Texas town of Perrytort Friday night when the good rrieh '*— the Perfytort Rangers — tangle with the Indians of Quanah in the district 5-AA clash that will probably decide the champion- Both clubs sport unblemished district records but the Indians are also undefeated over the season while Perryton brings a 3-4 log into the contest. The Rangers have played a rugged non-c o n- ference schedule however. the defending champion and ,it will be homecoming for the, Rangers. But Quanah — led by Danny Scarborough, Blackie Wade; Bobby Mansell and Everett Kelley — is ranked'sixth in class AA polls. The Indians number perennial AA power Stamford 20-0, AAA Vernon 34-12 and class A powerhouse Crowell among their seven victims. Last Friday, Perryton blanked Wellington 22-0 and Quanah bombarded Spearman 43-0 to set the stage for the big game. Childress topped Shamrock 30-0 in, the, other loop contest. Coach Bill Davis' Quanah club is the, loop scoring leader with 253 TUESDAY, OCTOBER Z4, 1S61 Rattlers And Greyhounds Share First Place In 1-A Defending' champion Stinnett' counted for 253 yards against the Longhorns Stay In Third Place NEW YORK (UPI) — Michigan State, using successive victories over Michigan and Notre Dame as step ladder, today reached the top rung In the United Press International major college football ratings. and serious challenging Gruver headed toward their Nov. 3 showdown with impressive victories Friday night in the district 1-A race. Unbeaten Gruver Rattlers, rushing for 97 and passing for 156. But it wasn't enough us the Snakes romped to a 48-8 lend before calling off the dogs. n but the way he is talking Ji ! it this week's opponent you Ijht think • he was sending the largest sale in school history for an out-of-town contest. Arkansas coach Frank Broyles ihborhood Boy. Scout team, decided the menial strain his jnst the National Football |gridders had' undergone the last •jgue all-star squad, feice is a larger and stronger three weeks was too much and gave them .the day off. Trainer than we are," the "Texas ; Bill Ferrell .said halfback Paul j/ersity coach said. "\Ve should .Dudley was still "hurt and 'guard and may not see action against Texas A&M in College Station Saturday. . : '.' ' Personnel changes saw soph James Ingram moved in at first- team left end ahead of junior Herbert Harlah and junior sguad- i downs: to, be scored "against them in blanking five opponents- Childress tries to keep its hopes alive for a share of the title when the -Bobcats entertain Spearman' and Shamrock journeys to I Wellington-'for * Saturday - night White Deer's Bucks from contention with a 22-8 win in « slam- bang affair at Gruver while Stinnett opened its four-barrel offensive machine to strap hapless Sunray 54-32. Stratford slapped Panhandle out of « share of the loop lead with a 28-14 trouncing of the Panthers. Coach Corky .Chapman's Gruver Greyhounds snared an Scotly Whnrton nnd Gary Gar knocked | route paced Stratford past ly 14-0 first period margin, ;] get overconfident, cocky or Ray Trial had^join'ed the injured j letterma,n Bobby Lane. man Claude Pearson took over the game in a battle of cellar dwell- right end spot ahead of ear- ami then withstood two White Deer drives — with the help of numerous penalties against the Bucks — to chniic up their seventh straight win of the season. Halfbacks Doyle Sturm an and Francis Shapley ripped t h e Bucks' line with bull like thrusts and speedy dive plays/White Deer's Carl McAdams kept the losers in contention until the final minutes with slashing darts around Graver's flankers. Sunray quarterback John Mack Worst' put on the loop's top individual performance. He nc- scrappy Panhandle. The loss was the first in district competition for the Panthers. Friday night's schedule finds Sunray at White Deer, Panhandle nt Gruver and Stinnett nt Stratford, Stinrfctt.may be irt for a,rough time against the once - beaten Elksi Stratford still has a.chance to gain* n share of the title if they can knock off Stinnett nncl then have the Rattlers topple Gruver. The standings arc: Season Standings W L T Pts. 7 senior ers- li. The season and district stand- Ijplacent." P> make his point, Royal hastily Ifted out ''what Rice did to the jjghorns last year, in a 7-0 vic- || for the,Owls, A', Ip hey cut us up like; boarding- fee pie—that is in real small piks," Royal > said; ,. He, also light up . the fact that Rice Jfiihandled an unbeaten Texas ||n in 1958. Rice smashed Tex- fethat year 34-7. list. The Razdrbacks^play .Northwest Louisiana State": Saturday. •The 'Texas Aggies went through a |ight" sweat '-suit workout and coach, .Tini,Myers S3id most players; "seemed to be in good physical condition." He viewed movies oftthe Aggies 15-14 loss to Texas Christian and said-he rwill-make some changes in the lineups. "It was head-knocking day at Baylor. The Bears ripped through loyal said he feared; a let down a "rugged scrimmage that lasted 'jr the Arkansas victory and || hoped his players could snap- In time for the Rice onslaught. fjhe only, serious injury suffered || Saturday's 33-7 victory over Kansas was to standout end «nmy York, who brpke his »d. Sophomore end Benny lise will replace him in the | up for the Rice game. It Houston, Rice guard Walter i |f on got into his first hard work- I Monday since the season- jiner against Louisiana State | promntly hurt his knee again. "' ner Eddie Wojecki said it ts like Ligon is lost for the t of the year. Southern Methodist linebacker Ings are: Mike Kelsey returned to. practice I Monday-as the Mustangs.prepared 1 for a battle .with Texas Tech in Quanah the Cotton Bowl Saturday. The. Childress Season Standings Ponies • • worked, punting. on passing and Perryton Shamrock Texas Tech and TCU held light workouts; The Horned Frogs will be idle this week. Co-captain Ray Pinion of the Frogs, was on .crutches due to a calcium deposit on his leg; Spearman Wellington W 7 6 3 3 3 1 L T 0 0 0 0 0 0 PI*, 253 164 91 118 ,67 ; 56 District Standings Tascosa Rebels Retain 3-AAAA Loop Top Spot Quanah Perryton Childress Spearman Wellington Shamrock W 2 2 1 1 0 0 L 0 : 0 r i 2 2 T 0 P 0 0 0 0 i Pts. . 58 43 14 }4 6 .:"•. 0 Opp. '20 80 91 106 126 112 Opp. 49 49 36 51 Gruver, Stinnett' "' Stratford White Deer Panhandle Sunray 166 166 176 105 60 104 Gruver Stinnett District Standings W L T Pts. 2 Coach Pat Patterson's Tascosa .Rebels retained their narrow lead Imtnett Brunson. Rice business ,j n the 'district 3-AAAA scramble while enjoying an open date but AHL Bor 8 er . Monterey and Palo Duro stayed within striking ,distance. Defending co-champion Borger used a last half, rush Xo s i n k Lubbock into the c?Har with hapless Plainview by a 19-0 count. The Bulldogs were held to "a scoreless tie by the fast-sinking Scoring Race JEW YORK (UPI) — B i 11 jeney of the Springfield Indi;, the American Hockey igue's defending scoring cham- n, was back in first place to- after the second week of the season, gweeney bagged three goals I six assists for nine points in Indians' first four games. He i the title last season with 108 nts. Westerners in the first half. Palo Duro spanked Plainview 48-0 and Monterey dropped Amarillo's Sandies from contention with a fourth period field goal 3-0. Pampa was also idle and thus moved into a tie with Amarillo for fifth place in the eight team league. .One of the three challengers will fall by the wayside Friday night when Monetery goes to Borger to battle Coach Gene Mayfield's Bulldogs. A Monterey victory would put the Plainsmen in thick of things since 'they still have a'date with Tascosa. Borger has a chance to share the loop title again but its hopes for a clear-cut championship are slim since they were beaten 7-0 by Tascosa. Amarillo gets a chance to muddle the race when they play Tascosa Saturday night. Pampa tries for another spoiling victory Moore Triumphs Over Rademacher BALTIMORE (UPI) — Archie Moore, the ancient but explosiv^ light heavyweight co-champion floored Pete Rademacher-eight times for a sixth-round technical knockout Monday night. Plump Archie, who admits to 44 years, extended his all-time knockout record to 132 Monday night before 3,881 wildly cheering fans at the Coliseum and says he now craves a fight with Montreal's Robert Clerous, Canadian heavyweight champion. Moore of San Diego, Calif,, plans to fly to Montreal Wednesday to complete negotiations for the Cleroux fight. Referee Benny Goldstein stopped the "bouncing" at two minutes and 10 seconds of the Turner Monday cited the physical j sixth round Monday night when Stratford Panhandle' White Deer 0 Sunray 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 57 34 28 8 32 Opp 36 80 5 45 58 177 Opp. 14 32 ; .18 '20 25 65 The powerful Spnrtnns garnered 0 first place votes and 315 points n the weekly balloting of the 35 coaches who make-up the DPI ating board. Mississippi, ranked No. I in the nation for the last two weeks, >arely edged Texas for second place, 280 points to 279. Ole Miss )icked up only eight first place votes this week compared to 17 ast week. Texas was the top choice of four conches. The remaining three .first-place votes went to Alabama, which retained its hold on fourth place with 246 points lown replaced Notre Ditme us * * '• * , NEW YORK (UPI)-Thc United Press International college football ratings (first-place Votes and won-lost records in parentheses): Term Points 1. Michigan St. (20) (4-0) 315 2. Mississippi (8) (5-0) 280 3. Texas (4) (5-0) 279 4. Alabama (3) (5-0) 246 5. Iowa (4-0) 215 fi. Ohio State (3-0-t) 147 7. Georgia Tech (4-1) 102 8. Louisiana State (4-1) 80 9. Notre Dam e CM) :he fifth-ranked team and was 'ollowed by Ohio State, Georgia Tech and Louisiana State. Notre Dame skidded to ninth place after its 17-7 loss to Michigan State while Colorado dropped one notch to 10th place. Michigan, which dropped out of the top 10 after bowing lo the Spartans, 28-0, two weeks ago, headed the second 10 group- The Wolverines were followed in order by Missouri, Minnesota, Utah State, Maryland and Rice. There wns a three-wny tie among UCLA. Wyoming and Clemson for the No. 17 spot, with Purdue 20th. 10. Colorado (4-0) Second 10 teams 7« 73 II, Michigan, 35; 12, Missouri, 23; 13, Min nesota', 18; 14, Utah State, 13; 15, Maryland, 6; 16, Rice, 4; 17 (tie) UCLA, Wyoming nnd Clemson, 3 each; 20, Purdue, 2, Others — Washington nnd Penh State, 1 ench. Odessa Grid Coach Quits ODESSA, Tex. (UPI)— Lacy Showdown Tilts Set For District Leaders stress of coaching, and the fact his team was becoming progressively worse as reasons for quitting his job as head football coach at Odessa High School, Turner said two things prompted his move. "First," he said, "I have a wonderfully clean and cooperative group of boys but as a team they are becoming progressively worse. Second, the stress of coaching has begun to take its toll physically. Insomnia and pulsating headaches have become the aftermath of each game. So, for the good of all concerned—the boys, the public and my family, I feel this (resignation) is best," The Odessa School Board immediately promoted assistant coach Bradley Mills to serve is former heavyweight challenger Rademacher of Columbus, Ga.. was on the floor for the eighth lime — sitting on the canvas as | blood flowed freely from a cut on his left brow. Moore's portion of the light- heavy crown was not at stake in the scheduled 10-rounder because each scaled well above the 175- pound limit — Moore a fat 198 pounds; and taller Pete six pounds less at 192. I Will Set You Up In A Business Of Your Own ill train you, show you how run it successfully, provide. :ie equipment, help you promote it, give you credit and •acking. But you have to run it -have to be able to make your- elf really work, own and drive car, stay clean, neat, shaved ,nd sober. You have to be >eady to absorb some of the Use training techniques ever leveloped and be ready to put hem to work making money or yourself. Because after the .usiness is rolling I %m going 0 go on to another town and tart another man as 1 have tundreds of others so far. This 1 «ot a door-to-door sales $heme. It is a legitimate bus- 'AM* y° u *''" b« P r °ud to run. ( will tell you all about it when V| Bie$t. An investment is re- It can be paid on low easy terms. Most men pay for most of it qut of income from the business, jit will cost nothing for you and me to shake hands, sit down and talk it over. In ft little while we will both know whether or not you can qualify tp run this kind of business. I will be in your area soon. When you write me for an interview tell me a little about yourself— your age, ambitions, ideas, anything you think might be interesting, Or if you're not much of a writer — • simply give your name and address. I will get in touch with you very shortly. Send name, »ddr»*» iod number to MARION WADE ill North Wayne A venue Oept. J?8N, Chicago 14, III. against Palo Duro Friday night head coach J or the m j of the at. Dick Bivms Stadium m Anna- season rillo and Plainview hosts L u b-1 — — J- bock Saturday night in a battle to escape the cellar. Although Tascosa is the leader, the Rebels have the toughest row to hoe since they must still play Palo Duro and Monterey in addition to Amarillo. Palo Duro took over the scoring leadership last week in raising their output to 207 point t. Borger leads in defense, having given up just 27 points in seven games. The standings are: Setson Standings WIT Pts. 0 207 0 196 0 142 0 78 0 74 By United Press International Showdown battles for district leaderships are scheduled in 10 districts this weekend ns Class AA schoolboy football rushes headlong toward the end of the regular campaign. Eight teams already own undisputed leaderships, but some of them may not be able to stand that much prosperity in the three weeks remaining, One'which is expected to do so, however, is defending state champ Denver City, which has won all eight starts in fashioning a string of 23 in a row dating back through last season- The Mustangs, idle this week, have only Tahoka and Slaton, with only two victories each to (late, to face before reaching the playoffs from District 3. Duncanville in District 11, Winns- 1, Hftskell and Stamford in 6, and Piano and Commerce in 12, while all other districts appear »et to go down to the final wire Nov. 10 when Crane and McCamcy meet Tigers Hold League Lead In 2-A Loop McLean withstood two late Memphis threats to nip the Cyclones 13-12 Friday night to take a Vj game lead in the district 2-A race. But Lefors' Pirates, defending champs, get n chance to get even when they journey to Canadian j while McLeun takes the week off. Memphis hosts Clarendon in a battle for third place. Clarendon scored on a 68-yard pass piny in the third period lo nip cellar dwelling Canadian 8-0 in the other loop contest. But while Lefors was sitting on the sidelines taking it' easy, McLean's Tigers were fighting for their .UveJWo live up to pre-sea- Jacksboro and Seymour in 9, Azle and Decatur in 10, Brady and Fredericksburg in 18, Taylor and Georgetown in 20, Livingston and Navasota in 22, Little Cypress and Woodville in 24, Missouri City nnd Dickinson in 25 and Hallettsville and Gon/.ales in 27. PLAYER TOPS WINNERS DUNEDIN. Fla. (UP!)- Masters champion Gary Player of South Africa has won $64,540 in tournament purses this year, according to the latest statistics of the Professional Golfers Association. Arnold Palmer, last year's Home Run Feats Considered Top Sports Story NEW YORK (UPI) -The United Press International's board of bu.sebn|| experts voted unanimously today that New York Yan- boro in 17, Pleasanlon in 28, De- j kee gtugger Roger Muris ' home vine in 29, Freer in 30 and Donna' in 32 are the others beside Denver City boasting undisputed leads. Heading for the showdown stage this weekend are Floydada and Abernathy in 2, Quanah and Per» ryton in 5, Hamilton and Comanche in 8, Paul Pewitt and Hooks in 13, Terrell and Grand Saline in IS, Hearne and Cameron in 19, Katy and Bellville in 21, Liberty and Port Acres in 23, Sweeny and Boling in 28 and Bishop and Refugio in 31. son chnm'p'Tb'hship billing. IlaKbock£Jim Watson, sparked the Tigers do n 13-6 halftimo lead; and was the McLean workhorse with 164 yards in 32 carries. The decisive play, however, wai the extra point quarterback Ken Willingham booted after the first McLean touchdown. For Memphis roared back ir. the second half to reach the Tigers' two once in the third nnd fourth period each. But the Cyclones fumbled in the third period drive nnd were stopped on downs in the final stanza. 'McLean retained its offensive leadership with 247 points in eight games while Lefors has the top defense, having allowed 58 points in seven contests, The standings are: Season Standings W L T Pis. 7 run feats constituted the No. 1 story of the 1961 major league season. Marls' assault on Babe Ruth's 34-year-old mark of 60 and his ultimate feat of setting a new record of 61 homers for a 162-game season were chosen as No. 1 by all 36 experts who participated in the voting- money champion, trails by almost Showdowns will come a week $7,000 with $57,732 in earnings, (later for Dimmitt and Dalhart in McLean Memphis Clarendon Lefors Canadian 1 2 3 3 7 0 0 0 1 0 247 209 114 75 26 McLean Lefors Clarendon Memphis Canadian District Standings W L T Pts. 2 0 0 48 00 22 I 1 0 0 0 28 12 g Opp. 76 67 75 58 151 Opp. 18 20 22 13 43 Palo Duro Borger Tascosa Monterey Lubbock I AmarUlo Plainview 1 I 1 2 3 4 I 6 I 0 20 Tascosa Palo Duro Borger Momerey Pampa i Am«riHo •; PUinview 1 Lubbock District Standing! WIT PU, 3 3 3 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 I I 3 J 0 0 0 o 0 o 87 136 m 30 21 59 i 23 Opp. 89 27 42 67 118 46 171 249 Opp. 19 50 27 41 69 18 159 "THAT'S RIGHT, NO BITE!" S|y$ HOWARD T. 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