Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 25, 1961 · Page 6
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•«• 'ML II Tascosa Ranked Ninth In AAAA By United Press International Ystcta's Indians, whose exploit* of allowing five foes only 273 .yards total offense goes almost unnoticed outside the far western tip of the state, bounced back into the Class AAAA Top 10 in this week's United Press International's coaches board schoolboy football ratings. It was the only major change noted among the rated teams although there was considerable shifting of positions among the Glass AAA teams and a few minor moves in AAAA. Eldorado To Play Sonora In Class A By United Press International Sonora and Eldorado, both unbeaten for the season, clash in (he feature contest among, five games matching district, co-leaders on this week's Class A schoolboy football program. The winner seems almost: certain to move on into the playoffs from District 8-A although Big Lake also boasts an untarnished district record. Sonora is one of the 11 remaining perfect record Class A teams, while EIdorado v is one of two unbeaten but tied teams. The other games in which district leaderships are at slake include Idalon at Petersburg in 4-A, Rankin at Wink in 7-A, Honey Grove at Whitesboro in 13 - A Shiner at Bastrop in 24-A and Bandeni at Medina Valley in 29-A, There are four other districts in which three teams are sharing rho lead with two of them meeting this week. These involve Forney at Cedar Hill in 14-A where Farm-' ersville also is unbeaten; Hawkins at Quitrnan in Ifi-A where Overton also is undefeated; Groesbeck at Mart in 21-A where Franklin has yet to lose, and Waller at Eagle Lake in 27-A where Sealy •also is undefeated. One' team, Crpwell inUrA, can sew':up v. layoff berth this week if .it; defeats Chillicolhe as ex- petted. The Wildcats are 7-1 for the season, losing only to powerful' AA Quanah, and are 4-0 in the district with two games to lay. Seven teams own undisputed leads, but not all of them may. be able to stay that way. The seven are Rotan in 6-A, Crowell, Midlothian in 12-A. Brownsboro in 17-A, Waco Connally in 22-A, Hitchcock in 28-A, Three Rivers in 30-A and Woodsboro in 31-A. Pro-Am Golf Tourney Led By Harrison LAS VEGAS, Nov. (UPI) — Young Bob Harrison, a transplanted Southerner who found Vegas* balmy weather to his liking, took a one-stroke lead today into the second round of the $15,000 Sahara pro-amateur golf tournament. Harrison, who now plays out of Pacific Palisades, Calif., took the individual pro lead Tuesday in perfect weather with an eight-under par 64 on the municipal course. The former North Carolinan sank a 30-foot eagle putt on the second hole and had seven birdies to go with a lone bogey Tuesday for nines of 32-3'.!. A stroke behind him came Juan Rodriquez, Dorago Beach, P. R., and Jerry Steelsmith, Glendale, Calif. They were followed by Billy Maxwell of Dallas and A' Balding of Toronto who each had 66s. But the biggest gallery of the opening day of the 54-hole tour- 1 ney tagged after baseballer Mick-j ey Mantle, who chipped in a 30- j footer on the 600-yard, par 5 second hole to help his pro-am team tie for second place in that division. The pro leading Mantle's team was Eddie Susalla of Palm Springs, Calif. Also on it was Lee Walls, now with the New York JWets. They hat} § best-bail score ll H. ' 'Ysleta, Although idle, moved f>6m Hih to JOth when the pro- vieus occupant, Brazosport, was upset by .Galvfistdiv ' .Otherwise, Wichita Fftlts, Corpus Christ! -Miller, San Ahgelo, Corpus Christ! Ray t San Antonio,Je * fcrson, Fort Worth Paschal, Galena Park, Odessa Permian and Amarillo Tascosa .in that order filled the first nine spots. Paschal dropped one notch, while Jefferson, Tascosa and Permian each moved up one as Wichita Falls earned 15 first- place ballots and 159 of a possible 160 points. Miller barely edged San Angelo, 131 to 130, for second place. In Class AAA, Brownwood polled 14 first-place ballots and stayed comfortably on top with 149 points, followed in order by San Bcnilo, Gainesville, Lamar Consolidated, Carthage, Dumas, McKinney, Angleton, Cleburne and Belton. Dumas and Lamar Consolidated were tied for second a week ago and-each slipped somewhat, while j Belton skidded from sixth to 10th \yhen held to a 7-6 victory by Killeen. San Benito, Gainesville and Carthage each moved up two notches and McKinney, 'Angleton. and Cleburne one- McKinney ar. Gainesville is the only game matching Top 10 rated teams this week.' Ysleta has been scored on only once and tlvat one came as a result r>[ a mental lapse on the Indians' part rather than any defensive weakness. Against El Paso Trvin, beaten 53-6, Ysleta players let a kickoff roll through them into the end zone, then stood by'while.'an-', Trvin player fell on il for six points. The Ysleta defense has given up but 66 yards rushing (o five foes —an average of KI.2 yards' per game; but 207 yards on 21 completions out of 69 attempted passes for an average of 41.4 yards per game, and a total de- fertsive yield of but 27.3 yards, or 54.6 per game. On the other hand, the Indians have averaged 220.2 yards rushing, 168.6 passing and 388.8 yards total offense in defeating Roswell, N.M., 48-0, Albuquerque Highlands 28-0, El Paso Tech 19-0, El Paso Jefferson 54-0 and Irvin 53-6, Palo Dilfo Club Expecte ' >;*:•<,, ' , ••'v.l- . D Be Rough Foe Frida> WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 18«1 54th YEAR Longhorns' Royal Named UPI Grid Coach Of Week 'AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI)-As a college quarterback, he learned the spIit-T formation from, the old master, Bud Wilkinson. Then, after coaching six teams in seven years he found a home at the arch mater. Last Saturday rival of his alma his undefeated PISTOL PETE — Pete Pedro, - West Texas State's sensational sophomore halfback, will attempt to maintain his national leadership in individual scoring and rushing Saturday ruglit against undefeated Arizona in Buffalo Bowl. It will be the last home game for the Buffaloes. For the season, Pedro has scored 14 touchdowns and gained 646 yards rushing in five games. He is just 10 touchdowns back of the national record held by Art Luppino of Arizona. team was to have its first real lest of the current season, yet rolled to a stunning 33-7 victory over the highly rated University of Arkansas. ' , ' That victory also won 37-year- old Darrell Royal honors as the United Press International Coach of the Week and his. University of Texas team third place in the UPI national coaches' ratings. Meek Tech Turns Spoiler United Press International • A : scrappy litlle team with not enough 'il(5pt'h or heft to cause much trouble was the way Southwest Conference fans figured Texas Tech before the start of the season. But Red Raider opponents are singing fl different tune today. "They're looking real rugged right now," Southern Methodist, coach Bill Meek said. "You've got to have more, than just fight— you've got to have athletes to beat TCU and Baylor in a row." What turned, the supposed neighborhood whipping boy into a bully? "We're getting maximum effort out of our whole ball club," Tech coach J. T. King said. "Frankly I don't think there are any miracles in football." • He said football was a question of work and discipline. A team that wants to make sacrifices will win their share, he said. • Tech plays SMU in the Cotton Bowl Saturday. Both teams pol- OAGED — Earl Ingarfield, blue shirt, of the New York- Rangers winds up in the goalie's caga with Montreal's Ralph Backstrom at Madison Square Garden. Canadiens' goalie Jacques Plante throws up his hands in amazement. Lakers Nudge Royals In Pro Cage Contest By United Press International [one point (122-121) with 21 sec- Excellent snapshooting by EUjonds left. However, Baylor then gin Baylor and Jerry West has {dropped in two free throws to earned the Los Angeles Lakers a (provide the Lakers with their de- Steers Favored By .14 Over Rice • NEW YORK (UPI)— Top-ranked Michigan State and second-ranked Mississippi are such overwhelming favorites for their next engagements Saturday that the oddsmakers declined to list them on their weekend "line." Michigan State, which succeeded Mississippi as the No, I team in the UPI nvajor college football ratings this week, entertains Indiana Saturday while Ole Miss hosts Vanclerbilt, Last season, the Spartans walloped Indiana, 35-0, and Mississippi shut out Vanderbilt, 26-0. All the other top 10 teams are stout favorites. Third-ranked Texas is picked to defeat Rice by at least 14 points, and fourth- ranked Alabama is a 13-point fa-' vorite over Houston, Sixth-ranked Ohio State is also picked by 13 points over Wisconsin in the nationally televised game of the week. The Southwest Conference clash between Baylor and Texas A&M Is the only even-money game on the list. Here are the odds on other leading games: South — Duke 5 over North Carolina State; Louisiana State 7 over Florida; Kentucky 7 over Georgia; Auburn 7 over Clemson; Miami 7 over North Carolina; Maryland 9 over South Carolina; Georgia Tech 14 over Tulane. JVUd,west — Minnesota t over Michigan; Iowa (i over Purdue; Notre Dame 10 over Northwestern; Kansas 12 over Oklahoma. State; Missouri 14 over Nebraska; Iowa State 14 over Kansas ished 'their offense and defense Tuesday. Tri-captain Max Christian and leading scorer Tom Sherwin both missed the Mustang drill due to illness. Coach Jim Myers promoted seven players to the Texas A&M first, team in a massive shakeup. Quarterback John Eriokson, halfbacks Jim Linnstaedter and Travis Reagan, end Bobby Huntington, tackle George Hogan, guard Keith Huggins and center Jerry Hopkins made the jump from the second team. The Aggies, 15-14 losers,to TCU in their last outing, ran through a 40-minute scrimm-age and Myers called it "mediocre." The Cadets entertain Baylor .at .-College Station Saturday. Halfback Tommy Minter and center Butch Maples .were Ireld out of contact work at the Baylor camp. Coach John Bridgers said both players may see action against A&M. The Bears held another long workout, devoting lots of time to the Aggie offense. It was fundamentals day at Fayetteville. Arkansas Coach Frank Broyles said "We've gone back to fundamentals because everyone was so embarrassed Saturday (in losing to Texas, 33-7) that now they know what they have to do to play football." The Razorbacks play Northwest Louisiana State Saturday in Little Rock. Coach Jess Neely said Rice will spend all week trying to find a way to knock the skids out from under the nation's No. 1 offensive team—Texas. Two players were listed as doubtful starters because of leg injuries, Center Dan Malin worked out in shorts because of an injured leg and guard Walter Ligon was suffering from a hurt knee. Five University of Texas players, including four starters, missed Tuesday's workout. End Tommy York is definitely out of the Rice game with a broken hand. Others who missed drills included starting center David Kristynik, first-team guards Johnny Trcadwell and Marvin Kubin and ' ; Dons' StarLeac Loop In Rush in •Pampa's Harvesters have their work cut out for Friday night and they have been putting in a'rugged of practice getting ready for the 'chore — Palo 1 Duro. Palo Duro hosts the Harvesters Royal nevertheless had -hi* crying towel handy today, in the best tradition of the coaching fraternity he joined after fdur standout years at the University of Oklahoma. '•'•'• "People don't realize ..what small margin there ,is between victory and defeat," Royal said. "One lost fumble in the 'second quarter against Arkansas could have changed the whole complexion of the game." 'Royal credits his coaching staff for helping put together what is the most successful team he has ever had at mid-season. Two of the assistants, line coach Jim Pittman and defensive specialist Charley Shira, have been with Royal for nine years. "A hard-nose defense" has been the trademark of Royal's teams at Texas and before that at North Carolina State, Tulsa, Mississippi State, .the University of Washington and Edmonton in Canada's professional league. But this year- a galaxy of backfield stars has put Texas* into the national total offense leadership, with an average of 437.2 yards gained per game. Two" of the most sparkling performers are All-America candidate James Saxton, who averages nine yards per ca |- ry and quarterback Mike Cotton, whose .639 passing average leads the Southwest Conference, Friday night at 7:30 at Amarillo's Dick Bivins Stadium. And the Pampa student body is to enthused over the possibility of another upset win that high school, principal Cameron Marsh announced Tuesday, night .that * ; pep rally will be held" at 8s(W a.m. Friday morning in th« ; girl's gym on the high ichool campus, M«rsh invited -anyone- to attend Boxers To Hold Triangular Meet Pampa, Lefors and Hereford will engage in a three team fight program Thursday night at 7:30 at the boys Optimist Club here Cliff Dunham, director of the boxing program, announced today that there will be some "14 fights on the card. He added that he hopes all 14 bouts will involve Pampa fighters against the boys from Hereford and Lefors. Most of the bouts will feature novice fighters and admission is 75 cents for adults and 25 cents for children. The card Thursday night is the second of the season for the local club as they opened last Thursday with 11 bouts, "The bigger boys will start coming out as soon as football season is over," stated Dunham. He expects Ronnie Biggerstaff, a 250-pound heavyweight; Glenn Ward, lightheavy; Dickie Wills, middleweight; David Marlar, lightweight; Glenn Samples, featherweight and Gale Hardin, a bantam fighter to be out for the team soon. Dunham said, "Wills is our best prospect for the state tournament in the middleweight division. Lee Team Remains Unbeaten Coach Joe Ferryman's Robert E. Lee; 7th grade Rebels, remained as the lone undefeated grid team in Pampa by rolling over Phillips 34-0 for their fifth straight win. The Pampa 7th grade Reapers, coached by Frank Craig, also posted: a triumph while the two 9th grade: teams: and the Pampa Shockers met defeat in other action. ". r Craig's club pounded. B o r g e Sam Houston 18-0 fnr their second victory of the.season behind the strong running of ,L. D, Rowden, Dean Been and the passing ol Larry Stephens. Fullback Smisson G o o d 1 e 11 quarterback Jack Thompson, ^halfback Glenn McCarrell and a rugged defense paved,,the way" v for the 7th grade Rebels. . The Palo Duro Chicos spotted the Pampa Shockers a 22-'8"lead before roaring back with three last half tallies to clip the locals 30-22. Phillips' Junior High Black- who would like to do so. Rhythm Masters will be pr io provide the music and c leaders' will lead the noise- ing. But -back to the HarveAr Coaches Weldon Trice, E u]i| Ramsey, and Dwalne Lyon- * been-busy polishing up the! I fense, which excelled in thoJ Cals victory over Amarillo. |f Head - knocking was the t of the day as.the,linemen hafe other session of head-on tace with the gold team and Sho£ backs'running against the Hail, ers first string .defensive iin Pampa|s first unit looked •]< ty salty; but the second'teanii little to be;desired with their|i Tuesday. Senior tackle ..I a-'ij Webb stood out in practice'a was all over the-field mak tackles during the hour scrimmage session. : The Harvesters stressed p defense for the most part 1 day. The backs practiced c<j ing their territory and the* men took a 30-minute d r'i \[ putting pressure on the er. Pampa has been weak on.-] defense, standing last in 3-A in that respect. And the Harvesters will ne. lot of defense to halt; the Palo Duro has posted a 6-1J son mark losing only 'to Bo 21-14. ; i The Dons spotted Borger a lead before roaring back. to " tie *he count. "Palo Duro ! great- -overall -team •• speed; good" size.TKe" ~£m a rillo . eleve, probably ' 'faster" "than Tascosa Arid the Palo 'tiuro fastest b Floyd Burke, is "out of action a back" 'in jury. "But the Dons have 'Gordon Nelson, a 154-rxl halfback, ; He is the 3-AAAA if ing ground-gainer with 360 y| in 60 carries. hawks used a wide open offense] Palo Duro fullback D u r w< Yates Announces Postponement Of Archery Tourney alternate-unit guard David Me-j . Tne Pampa Archery Club's in. Williams, Coach Darrell Royal held no contact drill. flying start in the new National Basketball Association season. Baylor totaled 31 points and 21 rebounds while West chipped in cisive points, U was the Lakers' second victory in their first three games' wiih 30 points to give the Lakers Oscar R °bertson scored 32 points j and Wayne Embry added 30 for! Ciixcjnnati. The Knicks also ran their record to 2-1 with a well-balanced at- ! over lex- as Tech, Colorado 6 over Oklahoma. Far West —Washington 3 over Oregon; UCLA 7 over Stanford; Southern California 14 over I1H-- nois. SIGNS WITH 49'ERS CHICAGO (UPI)- Don Mcllr henny, a five-year national Football League veteran with Green Dallas, tod-ay signed San Francisco Forty- Bay and with the Niners, 2L' victory over the Cincinnati Royals Tuesday night in the first game of a doubleheader at Madison Square Garden- The New York Knickerbockers turned back the St. Louis H*wks 112-110, in the nightcap. They were the only games played in the NBA Tuesday night. The Royals trailed Los Angeles by 18 points (113-95) with sight tack against St. Guerin tallied 29 Louis. Richie j points, Willie ! had |2 and Johnny Green adple<J 20 for New York- Bob Pettit spark«4 the Hawk* with 27, including six straight in the final : minutes. minutes remaining but rallied The Lakers visit Detroit in to strongly to reduce their deficit tojiiight'j only NBA New York Stock Exchange Dial Locally Yi 84112 Schneider, Bernqtt and Hickmon, Inc. Established 1932 GRIFFIN POU^AjmiPE j lU West 7th I., Manager AmariUo vicational tournament scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 29 has been postponed until a later date announc- to shoot down the Lee 9th graders 36-20 in a wild offensive battle. Lee led 8-0 and H-8 before Phillips took a 20-14 advantage with 1.9 seconds left in the initial half. And' the Pampa Reapers dropped their fifth straight game, losing '48-14 to Borger Sam Houston. Thursday's games pit Phillips against the Pampa Reapers at Harvester Park at 4 p.m. and the Pampa Shockers hosting Tascosa here at 7:30. The Lee 9th takes to the road to play the Gruver "B" team and Lee 8th goes Phillips. Lee's undefeated 7th grade and the Pampa 7th graders close out their season Friday afternoon when they clash for the second time this season.at 3:30 at Harvester Park. The season standings are: W L T Pts. Opp. Lee 7th 500 124 Lee 8th 310 134 Pampa 7th 2 3 0 60 Lee 9th 2 40 56 Shockers 1 5 1 76 Reapers 0 5 0 28 Bennett is the fourth top grcf gainer with 321 yards in 50 ries. And if that isn't eno| throw in quarterback Ricky! who has thrown the ball 24 til and completed 12" aerials for! yards and the leadership inf passing department. Nelson is also the loop's scorer with 62 points and Dons have the highest scol 3-AAAA outfit with 207 points| a 29.4 average. to BLADES ACQUIRE VETERAJ LOS ANGELES (UPI) - 28 58 104 115 212 200 Mantle To Appear At Prison Rodeo HUNTSVILLE, Tex- (UPJ) New York Yankee outfielder Mickey Mantle will be one of the guest stars for the final performance of the Texas Prison Rodeo in Huntsyille next Sunday, Rodeo officials announced Tuesday Mantle had agreed to fly to Huntsville from Las Vegas to appear at the rodeo. He will autograph souvenir baseballs for-rodeo patrons. Co-star of the final performance Chevrefils, a veteran of fiight sons with the Boston Bruins, been acquired by the ,Los Ang[ Blades . of the Western Hoc League in a trade with the Francisco Seals. .The Blades sent defense^ Jim (Red Eye) Hay to San cisco in exchange for Chevre a left wing, and a player to named later. DIVIDEND ed Don Yates, president, today. ! will be former Brooklyn Dodgers Y*tes said that another date | first baseman Chuck Connors, now for the tournament will be an- star of the "Rifleman" program nounced in a few days. on television. For Fine Cleaning of Good Carpets USE BLUE LUSTRE which is designed (or use in any t>'P« applicator or with long hand)* brush This is a. premium quality, soap-tree cleaner that leaves no soapy residue to cause rapid r»- soiling. It brightens color* and imp is left open and lofty. Blue I-uoire i« safe for all carpeting including orientals. Clean spots and traffic lau«« or wall to wall. Hatt-jallon for J3 S3 clean* thr«« g x 12 rugs. 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