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Giants Fall From Lead In 17-16 Loss To Dallas Chargers Clout Bronchos 37-0 By United Press International the "magic number" for San Diego is only three in the American football League today, and any day now you can \ expect someone to set up a cry of "break up the Chargers!" •' ' kings 28 : 10, San Diego breezed to its eighth consecutive victory Sunday by trouncing the Denver Broncos, 370. Now any combination of San Diego victories and defeats by the "runnerup" Dallas Texans which add up to three, will clinch the Chargers' second straight Western Division title. From the looks of things, .. that wing-ding race in the Eastern Division will not be decided until the final Sunday. The New York Titans stayed on top by beating the Oakland Raiders, 14-6, and the Boston Patriots stayed right with them by edging Dallas, 18-17. The Houston Oilers also remained in contention with a 28-16 triumph Over the Buffalo Bills. A crowd of 32,584, one of the largest ever ,to pay its way into an AFL game, watched San Diego's brilliant defensive unit intercept four passes and recover three enemy fumbles in the rout against Denver. Linebacker Bob Laraba raced 57 yards with an intercepted pass to score a San Diego touchdown in the second period and two minutes later Chuck Allen ran 59 yards to score with a stolen aerial. Allen recovered a pair of Denver fumbles in the second half to set up a 13-yard field goal by George Blair and a 33-yard touchdown .pass from Jack Kemp to Don Norton- The Titans marched 78 yards to score on a first-period touchdown by Bill Mathis and then battled the Raiders in the stiff, 25-mile- an-hour winds of San Francisco's Candlestick Park. The team bene- fitting from the gale punted about 70 yards; the club kicking into the wind was lucky to get off a 30- yard boot George Fleming kicked Oakland field goals of 25 and 33 yards to narrow the Titans' -lead to one point' before a pass interference penalty set up a one-yard touchdown plunge' by Mathis with 1:32 left lo play A crowd of 7,138 attended. Gino Cappelletti, Boston's league leading scorer, kicked a 24-yard field goal- on the final play of the game to'beat Dallas. A crowd of about 20,500 watched the Patriots score 11 points in the last five minutes, Trailing 17-7, pelletti a total of an even 100 joints for the season. Veteran George Blanda threw four touchdown passes in Houston's win before a crowd of 21,237 at Buffalo. Blanda's passes sailed 56 and 80 yards to Charlie Hennigan and 32 and 68 yards to Bill Gormiv Flash! Texas Leads SWC Statistics DALLAS (UPI)- Mighty Texas continued to dominate the team Pro Football Standings By United Press International National League Eastern Division W, L. T. Pet. PF. Pa. Philadelphia 6 t 0 .857 179 111 New York 5 2 0 .714 146 106 Cleveland 520 .714 164 145 Dallas 4 3 0 .571 117 146 St. Louis 340 .429 118 122 Pittsburgh 2 5 0 ,286 136 129 Washington 070 .000 62 175 Western Division Green Bay 610 .857 222 68 Chicago 520 ,714 141 125 San Francisco 430 .571 187 98 Detroit " •VCT^J^^l ..£4%i&> - *4»JU*. MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1661 4 3 0 .571 108 148 Baltimore 3 4 0 ,429 130 177 Minnesota 1 6 0..143 118 195 Los Angeles t 6 0 .143 102 163 Sunday's Results Chicago 21 Baltimore 20 Dallas 17 New York 16 Philadelphia 27 Washington 24 Pittsburgh 20 San Francisco 10 Cleveland 21 St. Louis 10 Green Bay 28 Minnesota 10 Detroit 28 Los Angeles 10 American League Eastern Division New York Boston Houston Buffalo 4 3 4 3 3 3 350 .375 169 211 0 ,571 158 117 1 .571 246 203 1 .500 209 136 Western Division statistics in the Southwest Confer- San Diego 800 1.000 259 92 ence today, rolling on at a record total offense pace of 438.7 yards per game. " In winning their sixth game of the season against Rice last weekend, the Longhorns matched their first down production for the entire 1960 season (132),.ran their total offense, to 112 yards more than for 10 games last season and are running well-ahead of the record per game offense average of 386.5 set by the 1952 Texas team. Texas also leads the conference in most touchdowns by passing and rank second behind Baylor in per- game passing yardage with 110,8 to 125.2 for the Bears. Texas' 327.8-yard rushing average tops Arkansas ; ,by-13.1 yards per game. Texas A&M took over the second-place spot" in per-game offense- with an- average of 274.2 per contest, less than two yard ahead of a 272.4 average for Baylor. Texas also leads in defense, allowing its opponents 169 yards per game total offense, 83.3 rushing and 85.7 passing. Arkansas ranks second in this category by allowing 140.5 rushing and 69.7 passing for an average of 210.2 yards per game. The Longhorns have the lead in one other team department—but that's not one they are bragging about. Texas has been penalized Dallas 340 .429 45 177 Denver 35 0 .375 152 213 Oakland 160 .143 108 242 Sunday's Results Houston 28 Buffalo 16 Boston 18 Dallas 17 San Diego 37 Denver 0 New York 14 Oakland 6 Tascosa Rebels To Meet Palo Duro Dons Saturday By United Press Internationa! Critical district battles are a cheap commodity on the Texas schoolboy football market this week. The bulk of the spotlight games will come in Class AAAA, but Class AAA, whose Top 10 ranks were shaken up considerably last week, also will have a half dozen or more contests of import. Defeat of defending Class AAAA champion Corpus Christi Miller 3-0 by Corpus Christi Carroll last Saturday night, thrust this week's Carroll-Corpus Christ! Ray game into the limelight. Ray, ranked No, 4 in the state, must clear the stubborn Carroll team en route to the playoffs. But, the Southern bracket also has another standout contest in Galena Park at Baytown, both sharing the District 12: lead with Brazosport. Both Baytown and Brazosport have been victims of stunning upsets at the hand of Galveston, while Brazosport handed Galena Park its only setback. Boston moved 78 yards in four 1339 yards in six games, an aver- plays, Ed Songing passing four j yards to Joe , Johnson for the touchdown. Babe Parilli's two- point conversion : run narrowed Dallas' lead to 17-15. With time running out, the Patriots then moved to within field goal'range and Cappelletti booted a three-pointer from the 24 as the fans shouted a count-down with the clock- The field goal gave Cap- age of 56.5 yards per game. The closest team in this category is the Aggies with 237 yards in penalties for a 39.5 average. In last weekend's games, Texas was the leading offensive producer with 446 yards against Rice, while Arkansas turned in^the best defensive job by limiting North' western Louisiana to a total production of only 74 yards. Is Your Engine Noisy? Quiet It With Motor Formula 9 HALL TIRE CO.-Distriutor 100 W. Foster Pampa Powerful Longhorns Eye Perfect Season By United Press International The Texas Longhorns sat on top of the Southwest Conference today with not only the league crown, but prospects of the first perfect season in the ' loop in 22 years easily in reach. It looks like a one-team race with the rest of the clubs trying for runner-up as the Longhorns. prepare for Southern Methodist this weekend. It should be an easy hurdle. Besides SMU, only Baylor, Texas Christian and Texas A&M stand in the way of an undefeated season for the Steers. If the unexpected should happen, however, Arkansas, A&M, Rice and SMU are presently in line for an opportunity to move into contention. The Razorbacks and the Aggies try to eliminate each other this weekend. Rice was supposedly the last Amarillo Tascosa, leading, the 3-AAAA race, faces once-beaten Amarillo Palo Duro in a crucial test. A Palo Duro victory would throw these two clubs into a triple tie with Borger for 'the lead, while a Tascosa triumph would, all but put that team into he playoffs. Fort. Worth Paschal, ranked among the Top 10 all season, aces the first of two tests against unbeaten city district rivals when he Panthers meet Carter-Riverside. Spring Branch beaten only by Ray in a non-district game, can ust about wrap up 10-AAAA hon- os by beating Houston Jones, while the winner of the Brownsville-McAllen game seems sure to meet the Corpus Christi zone winner in 14-AAAA. Wichita Falls, the AAAA standout, meets tough Arlington in its second 4-AAAA test after mauling Irving last week. Other AAAA games of note include Longview-Texarkana in 8- AAAA, Waco-Austin S. F. Austin in 13-AAAA 'and Alamo Heights- San Antonio Jefferson in 15- AAAA. Top contest in AAA may be unreeled, in the Panhandle where high-scoring Dumas tangles with Hereford with the 1-AAA lead at, stake. But, the Brownwood-Breckenridge clash in 4-AAA, the Belton-Cleburne showdown in 9-AAA GRABS TD PASS —.Tommy McDonald of the Philadelphia Eagles snared a six-point pass with 16 seconds left in the game to enable the World Champions to nip the Wash ington Redskins 27-24 Sun day and to take over the East em Division lead. Packers Swamp Vikings 28-10 By United Press International Dallas, defending world champion Philadelphia and Chicago all won "squeaker" victories Sunday while the steam- rolling Green Bay Packers blasted the Minnesota Vikings for another easy win. Chicago's rugged Bears nipped the Baltimore Colts 2120, Dallas ruined Kyle Rote's Day by upsetting the New York Giants 14-13, Philadelphia scored in the last 16 seconds to trim Washington 27-24 and Green Bay clobbered the Vikings 28-10. in the Bay City-El Cnmpo battle 11-AAA, the Austin Johnston-Segum struggle in 13-AAA and Port. Lavaoa-Aransns Pass tilt in IE- AAA also pack interest. Cincinnati Club Tromps Syracuse est to fall from the perfect ranks By United Press International The Cincinnati Royals, finally in Saturday's rash of upsets, have developed a solid five-man THAT'S HIS, WHAT'S YOURS? State Farm has increased its dividend rate in Texas, making the actual net cost of State Farm car Insurance 17% lower than that of most other companies! See how you may benefit with State Farm—world's largest car insurer. Call me today! Pair Leads Lone Star Grid Race By United Press International Lamar Tech's Cardinals face what may be a severe test this week in the Lone Star Conference against Texas A&I at Kingsville, but odds are they will settle the issue in a showdown batt e against Sam Houston State in a race to the wire- Sam Houston plays host to Sul Ross at Huntsville and is heavily favored while S- F. Austin faces Howard Payne at Brcrwnwood and East Texas plays Southwest Texas at Commerce. Sam Houston racked up its fourth league triumph without defeat at the expense of stubborn Southwest Texas, but it took a.41- yard first quarter field goal by Calvin Pope and a 55-yard run by Ken Wiginton to turn the trick ! 9-7. Tech, a shade behind the Bear kats with a 3-0-1 loop record, romped to an easy 33-13 victoryol over Howard Payne. Tech's tie was with Southwest Texas only a week ago. In other weekend activity de- major threat to Texas, and the Steers buried the Owls under a 34-7 avalanche Saturday night to move three-fifths of the way tow- nrd the first 10-0 season for a league team since A&M turnec the trick in 1939- Since then, the Aggies have come closest to achieving tha goal, posting a 9-0-1 record in 1956 when only a 14-14 tie' with the Houston Cougars marred their record. That Aggie team also was the last championship team to wade through league play un scathed. Texas plays Southern Methodis next Saturday in Dallas, then Baylor and Texas Christian a Austin, and Texas A&M at Col lege Station. But, none of these have shown signs they are capable of stem ming the Longhorn tide anymore than California, Texas Tech, Washington State. Oklahoma, Arkansas and Rice before them. Texas moved into undisputed first place with a 3-0 league record over the .weekend which also saw the Texas Aggies complete the deflation of the Baylor bubble 23-0, SMU win its fust conference encounter since late 1959 with an 8-7 .victory over Texas Tech, and Arkansas spoil the hopes of little Boozer with about a minute left Ole Miss To Clash With LSD By United Press International Major college football's list of undefeated nnd untied teams was reduced to n mere six today and faced even further damage with traditional conference games on tap this weekend. Michigan State and Mississippi —front runners among the "big six." — curry Iheir perfect records and Saturday's sweeping victories on the road against Minnesota and Louisiana State, respectively. Oilier members of the elite group — Texas, Alabama, Colorado and Rutgers — also may have a tough time keeping their slates clean. Iowa, Bowling Green and Memphis State were I lie lot- scoring unit that could prove troublesome in the National Basketball Association th ! s season. Led by Jack Twyman's 31 points the Royals defeated Syracuse, 139-132, Sunday night and broke two Cincinnati Garden records in the process. The Royals set marks for field goal accuracy with 59 per cent and had a 73-point first half. Bob Boozer contributed 28 points, Wayne Embry scored 27, Oscar Robertson 26 and Arlen Bockhorn 15 as Cincinnati evened its season Besides the prestige which goes lo .the unbeaten and 'untied, conference titles and bowl bids now are at stake. First-ranked Michigan State, in a three-wf4y tie for the Big Ten championship, moots the Gophers at Minneapolis in a regionally televised game. Michigan State routed Indiana, 35-0, last Sntur- dny, while the Gophers won their fourth straight and the Little Brown Jug by stopping Michigan, 23-20. Ole Miss, rnnkert No. 'I, made Vanderbilt its sixth victim, 47-0, The champion Eagles, the "squeaker" champs of the league, defeated the wlnless Washington Redskins on a 41-yard pass from Sonny Jurgensen tt. Tommy McDonald with just 16 seconds left to play. This was the Eagles' fourth victory by a margin of a touchdown or less. In the NFL's top game, the Benrs edged the Baltimore Colts on Rick Casares' touchdown with 6:27 left on the clock. And in the league's biggest upset, the Cowboys nipped the New York Giants, 17-16 goal with 1:28 remnj«ing. The defeat knocked the Giants out of n first - place tie with the Eagles in the Eastern Division of the loop. The Pittsburgh Stcelers also sprang an upset when they sent the San Francisco Forty-Nincrs down to their second straight loss, 20-10, Tho Cleveland Browns defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 21-10 anc :he Detroit Lions whipped the Los Angeles Rams, 28-10. Jurgensen's last •minute touchdown pass to McDonald put the Eagles alone in first place in the Eastern Division with a 6-1 record nnd sent the Redskins down to their 15th consecutive NFL de feat, Just before that, Ihe Redskina had gone ahead, 24-20, when rookie quarterback Norm Sneac engineered an 81-yard touchdowt drive, topping it off,with n s»vcn yard scoring pass to Jim Cunningham with 51 seconds to play, The Bears trailed the Colts 20-7 in the third period before they rallied lo win before 57,641 fans at Baltimore. Billy Wnde completed a 41-yard scoi;inj? pass to Johnny Morris in the third period and a pass interference penalty set up Chicago's winning touchdown in the fourth quarter. Baltimore defensive back Gary Click interfered with Bears end John Farringlon, giving Chicago a first down on the Colts' 17, A few plays later, Casares barged all behind on Pat Summerairi hird field goal with 4:30 left .to ilay, and finally win "on Green'* 2-yard field goal. over from five yards out. A missed conversion attempt >y the Colts' usually reliable Steve Myhra in the third period represented the difference in the score, At New York, a crowd of 60,284 watched the Cowboys go ahead, 4-0, in the second period, then record at 2-2. Dolph Schayes ledj but isn ' t expected to have as Syracuse with 27 points, A six-point spree by Robertson and a pair of free throws by Northwest Louisiana 42-7. TCU was idle last week In addition to the SMU-Texas clash and Texas A&M at Arkansas for a second-place showdown, Texas Tech entertains Rice at Lubbock and TCU meets Baylor at Waco, ' Rice and SMU. each with only one loss, join Arkansas and the Aggies in that respect. sped the Royals to victory in the only NBA action af the night, j On Saturday, Los Angeles defeated Detroit, 135-126; Boston topped New York, 132-102- Philadelphia stopped Syracuse, 119-115, and St. Louis beat Chicago, 122-95, Quarterback Club To Meet Tuesday .The weekly session 6f the Pa pa Quarterback Club will be held j as usual at the Pampa High easy a time against LSU in a Southeastern Conference clash at Baton Rouge, Thn eighth-ranked Tigers boosted their record to 5-1 with a 23-0 win over Florida. Third-ranked the Southwest Texas, leading Conference, also 4 Memphis State Gridders To Face Discipline Action MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP!)—Four 23-16. The Ramblin' Wrecks, Memphis Slate football players I bouyed by last week's 35-0 rout were to gc before a discipline com- of Tulane, play Florida, In a game that could decide takes to the road against South* ern Methodist (2-3). The Long-, horns belted Rice, 34-7, Saturday. Fourth-rated Alabama and seventh-ranked Georgia Tech also engage in contests which have bearing on the Southeastern Conference championship. The Crimson Tide, a 17-0 winner over Houston, hosts Mississippi Slate, which knocked Memphis State from the ranks of the unbeaten, mittee today for allegedly roughing up a campus newsman who the Big Eight title, Colorado, School cafeteria Tuesday night at pre( jj cted Memphis State would i ranked No. 10, tangles with Mis- 7: V' ... . ...'lose its first came of the seasonisouri (5-0-1) in another regi A short business session will egionaily to Mississippi State Saturday televised game. The Buffaloes precede the showing of the Har- nj ht He was right-Mississippi dumped Oklahoma. 22-14. while If AC*r A**C- _ Uo I M I 111 m-ft fflnvtr n«k •** A*' *._. . . • i • * I t f. rt vesters - P?lo Duro Don? game 1 played last Friday night. fending champion Texas A&I The club It in the midst of a campaign telling ticket* to t h e Harry Y. Gordon bounced back from two successive defeats to maul S. F, Austin State 34-12 and East Texas broke into the league win column for the first time with a 20-6 upset of Sul Ross- football banquet. Anyone interested in purchasing a ticket ra * y contact any of the club's member*. Prul Brown i* the president. Aleock &JO 4-3861 STATE FARM MUTUAt. AUTOMOeitt INSURANCE COMPAKl Hit* PHMTQM «OAD * DALLAS »0. T(XA« MALCOLM HINKLE, Inc. MECHANICAL CONTKAC/fOBS 1928 N. Robert ALr Conditioning Sale* and Service Sheet Metal Work Plumbing Sale* and Service Heating Sales and Service § Budget Terow f Cmaranted Work W$ M»t*ri»U t H Hour MO 4-74ZJ State won, 23-16. j Missouri tripped Nebraska, 10-0, Names of the players, all fresh- j Saturday. men, were not released but of- Unranked Rutgers, a 20-6 vie ficials said all would be "properly tory over Penn Saturday, is-ex- punished." Clinton said the play-j pected to continue on its winning en tried to shave his head, but: way in the Middle Atlantic Con- Memphi* State toolball captain ference when it travels to Lafa Don Coffey broke up the tussle, yetie (1-4-1). FOR THE FIRST TIME ON TEl/fVISION! .... , i i i i.i I'IM ^n. for your family!" OOTOBBR 31 7:30 TO 9:00 P.M. KOND-TV West Texas StateGains Major Upset By United Press International Hardin-Simnions' tries to bounce back in the Border. Conference this weekend against Texas Western in the only league game on tap. The Cowpokes' play host at Abilene while the rest of the loop teams play intersectional engage* ments. New Mexico State, which indicates it hopes to at least shart the crown it won outright last year, visits Trinity at San Antonio, West Texas travels to Ohio against Bowling Green and Arizona State moves to California to ftvce San Jose State. The New Mexico State Aggies mauled Texas Western 42-8 in their first league g-ame Saturday night to stay within range, 1 of high-riding Arizona State's Sun Devils, who boosted their league record to 2-0 by blanking Hardin- Simmons 47-0. Since the Aggies and Sun Devils do not meet this season, the Ust in Ihe conference for Arizon* Slate, they conceivably could" wind up with identical 3-0 records nnd share the title, Arizona State has only one more league game to play against Texas Western «t El Paso Nov. II, while the Aggies still must get by tough West Texas Nov. 18 «nd wenk Hnrdin-Simmons Nov. 25. West Texas may be » tough nut for the Aggies to crack, however. The Buffs, who lost 28-11 to Arizona State earlier in the season, knocked touted Arizona from the ranks of Ihe nation's unbeaten teams last Saturday night 27-23 ill a major upset, Read rti* N<-,«vs Classified Adi MONEY? CALL NOW! ARRANGE A LOAN BY PHONE! UP TO $1000 ON YOUR SIGNATURE If you need money and NEED IT IN A HURRY ... if you warn to borrow on your signature then phone for a loan right now. You may borr^'W and gel SAME4MY SERVICE by calling in the morning and making arrangements to have the cash in hand by afternoon. Even if you've never borrowed money before, there's no embarrassment, no involved delay when you borrow friendly this way, SAME DAY SERVICE! CALL US NOW! ' UNITED FINANCE AND THRIFT CORPORATION AMA81UQ 508 Polk Street PRpke 4-1443 BQtQil! 610 North Main 5»r«ft BKc-qdwoy 3-757| PAMPA H4 West Fosifr Street MOhawk 4-250»

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