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Harvesters To Play Westerners Tonight Playoff Berths To Be Decided . By United Press International " At least a fourth of, the Class AA and A schoolboy football championship playoff field is expected to be filled this weekend, the next to last on the schedule for the schools in those divisions' With four berths already clinched—one in AA by Hamilton and three in A by Kress, Rotan and Crowell—another 16 are up for grabs in games tonight scattered from the top of the Panhandle to the tip of the lower Rio Grande Vailey ..At the same time, the going gets rougher in the Class AAAA and General Manager Of A's Resigns KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI)The unexpected resignation of Asst. General Manager Bill Bergesch today left the Kansas City Athletics devoid of experienced baseball men in the front office, Bergesch, who has devoted 15 years to the game, quit his job here Thursday to become director of the New York Mets' farm system. His departure to the new National League club dropped the operation of the entire Athletics' organization into the hands of owner Charles 0. Finley and General Manager Pat Friday, a pair of insurance executives with no background in baseball. Bergesch. 38, was the last survivor of an experienced five-man front office staff Finley employed when he purchased the American League", club last December, The owner said their job was to build the Athletics, who had finished last the previous year, into a pennant contender. But before the halfway mark last season, Finley had fired three .of the five—including General Manager Frank Lane and field ,manager_-Joe,..Gordon. The fourth, /player:, personnels-director George Selkirk, quit during the season. Finley named Friday general manager to .replace Lane, and Bergesch assumed the duties of Selkirk; and ousted farm director Hank P-eters. Neither Selkirk nor Peters was replaced. WO'TtXAl Open 6:15 — Ends Tonight "PEPE" In Color • Starts Saturday • More Family Fun! AAA divisions where a good many of .the state's Top 10 rated teams in both divisions face troublesome rivals capable of springing upsets. One game in each division matches rated teams—Corpus Christi Ray vs. Corpus Christ! Carroll in AAAA and Helton at Cleburne in AAA. Ray is ranked No. 3, Carroll No- 7, Cleburne No- 6 and Be.lton No. 7 in their respective classes. Wichita Falls, the AAAA kingpin season-long will be strongly favored to rack up its cigjhh in a row, but Arlington, with a 6-2 record, might be fired up enough to turn in a shocker. Brownwood, the defending AAA titlist who also is ranked No. 1, won't be as solid a choice, however, over perennially strong Breckenridge. Other rated AAAA teams with potential upsets at hand include Fort Worth Paschal against Fort Worth,Carter, San Antonio Jefferson against Alamo Heights, Galena Park against Baytown, and Amarillo Tascosa against Amarillo Palo Duro- Dumas, which meets Hereford; Bay City, which plays El Campo, and Silsbee, which faces- Conroe, are the AAA rated teams in for tough tests- Winners of two games in-Class A—Gruver vs. Stinnett and Rio Hondo vs. Port Isabel—will project the winner into the playoffs, But the first-named teams below can join them by winning their games tonight: Floydada vs. Morton, Quanah vs. Wellington, Hooks vs. De Kalb, Katy vs- Columbus, Pleas- antcn vs- Goliad and Devine vs. Carrizo Springs in AA; and Idalou 'vs. Rails, Albany vs. Early, Forney vs. Farmersville, Browns* boro vs. Malakoff, Groveton vs. Alto, Shiner vs- Smithville, Waller vs. Sealy and Bnndera vs- Antonio Southwest in A. San JnRAINBOWCOlPB' ^YIWIWWTT-JCSCWSR Sc..,^» t>, RUTH BROOKS n<m* xtt by JERRY BRISU R Texas Freshmen Play SMU Today AUSTIN (UPI)— The University of Texas Shorthorns, unbeaten in their last 18 games, meet the Southern. Jflelhocjist Colts .today in a Southwes). Conference freshman game at Austin. The Shorthorns last lost in the next-to-last game of the 1957 season. Texas Christian beat them 28-13 that year. Since then they have been tied by SMU and that is all. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1M1 54th YEAH Arkansas Expects Close Game With Texas Aggies By United Press International University of Arkansas coach Frank Broyles says he expects 'another one of those cardiac ball games" from Texas A&M Saturday at Fayettevillo. • "I expect a close game," he said. "It will be one of those days Pep Rally Halted By Officers BATON ROUGE, La. (UPI)-More than 700 Louisiana State students whipped themselves into a frenzy at a pep rally early today and snarled back at police clogs sent to bring. them under control. Several students reported one of their schoolmates was. bitten by one of the two snapping police dogs, but the report cou|d not be confirmed. ; ;• Police orders for dispersal, over a riot wagon loudspeaker, were ignored by the students, mostly men, who chanted, "Hey hey,» what do you say, let's take the dogs away." \ Two firewagons screamed onto the campus intersections and connected fire hoses, threatening to hose down the crowd 'unless the men went back to their dormitories. The men responded by piling onto one of the fire trucks. The crowd had gathered spontaneously before midnight in a rally for Saturday's Mississippi-. LSU football game. When police showed up, the yells turned on the police and dogs instead of Ole Miss, Most • of the students went to bed after Dean of Men Arden 0. French spoke to the crowd. French advised the police to take the dogs away, told the firemen to leave, and warned,the students that those remaining at the intersection faced expulsion, Four minutes later, the corner was deserted. when'we will have to do everything right." Odds-makers see the Razor- jacks as six-point favorites over the Aggies. It rained Thursday and the Razorbacks had to go inside and watch films. "We were just going to have a light signal drill anyway," Broyles said. The Cadets also were forced inside by the elements. Coach Jim Myers said his team was in good shape except f6r defensive half- lack Kenneth Kipp who is suffer- ng from strained muscles in his elbow. Texas Tech got a : break in the rainy weather artd gave their offense a going over. The Red Raiders will be seven point underdogs to Rice in the game at Lubbock. Coach J. T. King said halfback Bake Turner may see only limited action against the Owls. Rice's drill was cut short by rain. The Owls went indoors to« study game films of Texas Tech. Rain fell at Dallas and Austin and-workouts ' were brief Thursday for Southern Methodist and the University of Texas. A crowd of 40,000 'is expected fbr their clash Saturday in the Cotton Bowl. The Longhorns, third-ranked and the nation's No. 1 offensive team, have been'installed 22-point favorites. The Baylor Bears concentrated on play timing and goal-line offense Thursday. The first team scrimmaged the reserves, The Bears, despite the tact they have lost three conference games, will be a three-point choice over Texas Christian Saturday on ; Homecoming Day at Waco. '. The Homed Frogs, who have sprung several upsets this year including it 15-14 victory over Texas A&M, polished their defense on a muddy field. PROMISES RETURN BOUT LONDON (UPI) — Promoter Jack Solomons has promised John Caldwell of North Ireland a return fight with Eder Jofre in the event the Brazilian wins their'and may see limited action January fight for the world ban- against the Washington Redskins ..MAY SEE ACTION NEW YORK (UPI) - Fullback Joe Morrison, who suffered sprained left knee last Sunday, against Dallas, worked out with the New York Giants Thursday •t Winner Cou Take 5th Placf Lubbock's hot and cold Westerners invade Pampa fjxS" night on the heels of a blue norther t6 battle the Harvj&s- ters at 7:30 at Harvester Park in a district 3-AAAA engagement. •' • .-•• - L '£' Although the outcome of the contest will not hay« k> bearing on the district championship, it is an important, battle for the two teams to regain some lost prestige an3 a chance to advance in the conference standings. ' '• •£ <. * £ '. Lubbock, once «• mighty ,,ifcte ic-wer in'^ the early 195Q'Sf .h&ldfc he lead, In the long standihgtse- •ies that dates-back to -19$; !Eht, Westerners have-won>21 conte'StjVi Pampa has taken "nine'"and' JJne- ended in a tie. • J •; -1 '' 1, ,., Pampa tripped 'the' .Westerner! 12 - 0 in 1959 for their latest' Vic HEBERT OUT? — Kenny Hebert, the Pampa Harvesters brilliant sophomore halfback, may not play tonight against Lubbock • due to illness. The speedster missed Thursday's practice session with a touch of influenza. - (Daily News Photo) Longhorns Favored To Beat Mustangs tarn weight championship. on Sunday. Open 6:45 Today — 12:45 Sat I RecommSMdecl for adults only— Children tickets will not b« soldi MO 4- 2569 Open 1:45 Today — 12:45 Sat. Today i 2:00, ?:5Z, 6:U, 7:36. J:28 I lauiim Also Cartoon SE News In ravisra MO <V : «VOI I SHOWING THRU TUESDAY can you take the shock of the truth ? brigitte bardot the truth MORE: Walt Pisney's "Ljttfi'byg" An4 Ute News Chicago Club Protests Loss By United Press International The Chicago Majors today went to their own boss to protest their 65-64 loss to the Washington Tapers in an American Basketball LeagiM game Thursday night. The protest wa» lodged with Abe Saperstein, owner of the Majors who also is serving as commissioner of the new pro league. Players of both teams slipped and fell all over the Washington Coliseum because vapors rising from the ice hockey surface beneath the floor made the basketball surface as slippery as glass. Coach Andy Phillip of the visitors finally lodged an official protest during the third period. By United Press International Miami is a 13-point favorite to defeat Georgia in the Orange Bowl tonight in a gams that marks the start of a weekend schedule in which three of the country's top five teams take on formidable opponents. A crowd of about 45,000 is expected despite threatening weather at Miami, Fla,, in the most important game of a light Friday night program. Each team reached the ,500-mark last week —Miami with a 10-0 victory over North Carolina and Georgia with a 16-15 win over Kentucky. The game pits two, of the country's most talented' sophomore quarterbacks against each other in Miami's George Mira and Georgia's Larry Rakestraw. Mira has thrown a touchdown pass in four of Miami's six games this season while Rakestraw blossomed into a dangerous passer in the last few games after playing defense in Georgia's early contests. With the Friday night game out of the way, the decks will be cleared Saturday for three big games that could have important repercussions in the national rankings. These send unbeaten Michigan State, the nation's top-ranked team, against once-beaten, 10th- ranked Minnesota; second-ranked Mississippi against seventh- ranked Louisiana State and fifth- ranked Ohio State against ninth- ranked Iowa. Michigan State is favored by seven points over Minnesota (4-1), •Mississippi is a six-point choice over LSU (5-1), and Ohio State (4-0-1) is a three-point pick over Iowa (4-1). Michigan State is putting its five-game winning streak on the line while Mississippi is placing its perfect 8-0 slate in jeopardy. Texas, the country's third- ranked power, is a 22-point favorite over Southern Methodist, OS forget your rubbers.., wear NEW US.PAK-A-WAY* So lifht you Urely {«*! them. So fl«»ibl« they fit orer *ay iho« ttyl* ig yoor clo»«t — »nj fold into your bri«fc»t» w pocket. So llim they look iculptored to your »W Reiijtjflt to t«*rinf. Anti*kid «i!«pl«- By U-S, Euefcwr. In ^to4p#Ht imbue or SMITH'S Quality §hetf E£wyi** Ai Snakes And Gruver Vie . - V. ' : - ForCrown Stinnett entertains Gruver tonight and Palo Duro plays'league leading Tascosa Saturday afternoon in contests which could sew up playoff berths for. district 1-A and 3-AAAA respectively The winner of the Stinnett- Gruver clash will definately sew up the 1-A crown and the bi- district playoff spot. Tascosa can wrap up the 3-AAAA playoff position by beating Palo Duro but if the latter wins, the race will be thrown into a three-way tie providing Bor-ger tops Amarillo as expected. Other local games with bearing on district races pit L e f o r s against Memphis at Lefors in a crucial 2-A contest and Groom hosting Wheeler for the 1-B crown. Memphis has already lost one conference game — a 13-12 defeat to McLean — and another loss would kayo the Cyclones. Lefors the defending champs, needs, to trip the visitors to set the 'stage for their showdown with McLean next 'Friday, , ''" '" McLean plays Clarendon' and'' Ts favored to make it three w'ins'fin a 'row in 2-A. The Tigers have won seven of eight this season, losing only to White Deer 20-6_ ,. ., - - . . White Deer goes to Panhandle, Carolina: Kentucky 13 over Flor- Stratford pl , s p ton da State; Clemson 14' over Tu- . .„„ Jti. frinH s' ..„.,.,'» fourth-ranked .Alabama is a 14- point choice over Mississippi State, sixth-ranked Georgia Tech is a 13-point pick over Florida and eighth-ranked Colorado is rated even with Missouri, in other games involving the top 10. Here's how the other big games are rated: East — Dartmouth 2 over Yale; Columbia 5 over Cornell; Syracuse 7 over Pittsburgh. South—Tennessee 3 over North t ory in the series .whilft' Lubtipclc won last .yearly a 35 - 0'v6ouhtV Both clubs are .tied^with^ma^ •illo for fifth place Hn" •' the J Hfs- :rict standings and the wmnerCto- night could take .over' undisputed 4 : jossession of that spot providing :h*e Sandies lose to Borger yaf. expected. ' ;. Pampa Is definitely an improv- 1 ed ball club. The Harvester! stumbled through 16 straight dV- feast before rising to great heightV to topple Amarillo 15 - 14 three weeks hence. Last Friday the'lo- cals gave highly favored Palp Duro' more than the Dons expected to handle before succumbing 40 - 18. . Butch Grassland will probably start at quarterback for Pampa! The senior guided the Harvesters to their best offensive displav in three years against Palo Duro. It was the most points a Pampa team had scored since, beating El Paso Bowie 22 - 8 in 1958. Kenny Hebert, the Harvester's sophomore star, may miss te»-' night's tilt with a touch of influ- ezna.: -The rambling Pampa halfback missed Thursday's practict because -of the .illness. LubbockJroared to three consecutive season opening victories before > falling' victfm' 'to numeroiij niuries.,,,TheV;.Westerners, reached by Buddy Jj'rpth;ers, rolled past Andrews 13 - 6, ^.Odessa 20 - 14 and Midland' Lee '12-7 befoft losing 'three conference' tilti to Palo Duro 33 - 16, Tascosa 39 - 13 and Borger 19-2. ane; Auburn 17 over Wake Forest. ' ; '] .'. -'.'.. Midwest — Notre Dame 8 over Michigan 9 over Duke; Oklahoma 9 over Kansas State; Kansas 12 over Nebraska; Purdue 14 over Illinois; Northwestern 15 over Indiana. Southwest — Baylor 3 over Texas Chistian; Arkansas 6 over Texas A&M; Rice 7 over Texas Tech. Far West—Oregon 3 over Stanford; Washington 6 over Southern California; UCLA 12 over California. tangles with Childress, undefeated Quanah meets hapless Wellington and Monterey battles hopeless and helpless Plainview in other Panhandle games- The White Deer'Bucks are out of the 1-A championship battle but can move up to third by beating Panhandle. The Bucks have won five, lost two and tied,one. Quanah looks for its ninth consecutive victory of the season against Wellington in a mismatch. The Tribe are expected to make a lot of noise in the AA play-offs. The Westerners, bounced back last however, Friday ta slaughter Plainview 66 - 0. Pampa has been getting soma good defensive jilav from tackle James Webb, guards Dee Wright arid Danny Mathus, cornermen Travis Tucker and Nelson Rockwell and end Corkey Godfrey. Arid if Hebert is ready to go at Jf full Steam, the Harvesters may turn on an offensive assault ef their own for a change. " J New York City's Can Be Easi NEW YORK (UPI)-Sports of HAZUWOOD'S Farm Dairy lew Ronxof eoiz«4 Purt * Wholf MILK 'Npfhing all sorts: New York City's new stadium, being constructed to house the baseball Mets of the National League and the football Titans of the American League, will be the most accessible sports arena anywhere .. . You can reach it by land, sea or air. The 55,000-seater is going up smack in the middle of an existing parking lot. , , The lot is right next to an oversized elevated station that feeds trains into New York subways , . . A half mile to the north is a boat basin where you can tie up your yacht . . . Another half mile north is the end of a LaGuardia Field runway. The only thing remaining is whether the Mets and Titans can give the customers a good reason for going there, Yale-Dartmouth football game at New Haven, Conn., Saturday is the 30th anniversary of the highest tie - score game ever played by major colleges ... The lads representing those Ivy colleges in 1931 wound, up their weird afternoon at 33-33 . . . The clock ran out with the late-Albie Booth of Yale lining up for a field goal try. Gary Gubner, New York U.'s Sophomore shot - putter, lifts weights as a hobby to increase his throwing ability .in field events . . . But a couple of weeks back, he lifted a total of 1,050 pounds in an AAU weight-lifting meet. . . That would have been for fourth place in the Rome Olympics. Jerry Gross, University of Detroit's forward passing ace who leads in the nation in total offense, nearly was ignored by Detroit coaches who figured he was too small for college football . , , Jerry is only 5-9, weighs 170. Michigan State, currently the No- 1 team in college football, is a leading contender /or NCAA soccer honors, too ... Top rival is Si Louis U., only team the Spartans haven't yet beaten. MALCOLM HINKLE, Inc. 1925 N. Hob*rt Mr Coaditionuig Sales aod Service m*ei Metal Worte Plumbing Sale* and Sen ice He»tiog Sales aad Service § P^dget Terms § Guar^nted Work &Pd Materials f §| liogj- Service SIO 4-7«l English Fighters. Whip American) LONDON (UPI) — Lack of opportunity to train properly waj the reason'.given today for America's worst r anuteur boxing disaster. '_' _ ' "'•'.' Britain's amateur leath,er'£o$i- ers defeated the Amateur Athjeti? Union team from the Unjtedl States, 10-0, before 4,200 eUteel fans at the Empire Pool Arena' Thursday night.'.'.... , Only four Americans were able to last the scheduled three roiy^". f One was knocked unconsciou.^ for I nearly five minutes and an$th* | suffered possible rib injuries-^; i "Naturally I thought we wquld make a better showing in ;thl« j first tournament of our three in { the British Isles," said team-mqn- | ager Bert (Red) Taylor of Salt f Lake City, Utah- "But I c»ir un- * derstand what happened." « He explained that the squad had assembled in New York only la${ weekend for their Monday flight \ to London. "And they've had] no \ chance to do any seriows trftining 5 since their arrival here. Actually, I some of them haven't been in competition since the AAU championships last April." ; Coach Buddy Carr of Tolwlo said he hoped the boys wouli} do I better in Mon4ay's competition | against British boxers *t L|«ds, ; Eng., and against Irish box«rs it Dublin on Nov. 10- ' At" Toledo, Ohio, Arthur G- Morse, chairman of thi AAU boj;- I ing commission, said he w»« "|1- ^ most shocked" became the U.S. ! squad included five n»tional 1 champions, three runners-up »4d i two others "who, wcr* the v«ry {best available in their divisiow." I He stressed, "we thought \»t bad § very represeat»Uv» there.'*

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