Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 2, 1966 · Page 11
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Sunday, October 2, 1966
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, KM* HuskersEase Giants Pound Pirates By Iowa St. Twice; LA Cinches Tie By United Press International American League (Night games not included) AMES, Iowa (LIPI) — A powerful 37-yard touchdown! dash by Harry Wilson lale in the fourth quarter broke open a 1 deadlocked defensive game Saturday and gave heavily fa-' vored Nebraska a 12-6 victory over Iowa State. i It \vs Nebraska's third victory of the season and their| first conference triumph. The Cornhuskers are gunning for ai fourth straight Big Eight championship. ! Iowa State, recovering three \ ~~ ', Nebraska fumbles in the second half, suffered its third loss of the season. Wilson's scoring run came on a quick opening play over his own left tackle". The 212-pound senior broke away from two attempted tackles in the Iowa State secondary and then sprinted into the end zone for the touchdown. The touchdown was set up j passes for 203 \vhen Langslon Coleman inter-! Les Webster yards. Iowa State tied the game late in the. first half when defensive end Ron Graves intercepted a pass and bolted 16 yards to the goal line. Nebraska dominated the statistics gathering 21 first downs to 10 for Iowa State' The Corn- buskers rolled up 229 yards on the ground and quarterback Bob Churchich hit 16 of 27 air yards, of owa Stale Dodgers Need / Win To C/iac/i Pennant PITTSBURGH (UPI) — The San Francisco Giants knocked the Pittsburgh Pirates out of the National League pennant race and kept their own chances flickering Saturday with a 5-4 and 2-0 doubleheader victory. The sweep assured the rain-idled Los Angeles Dodgers of at least a tie for the pennant. The Gianls, who moved ahead of Pittsburgh into second place, have an outside chance of catching the league leaders and forcing a playoff, would occur if cepted a pass. Coleman fum-i rolled up 91 yards in 22 carries bled on the play but the ball against the massive Nebraska was recovered by Carel Smith. Defensive line. However, all Nebraska on the Nebraska 46. : other Cyclone backs lost yard- Nebraska picked up a first! age and Iowa State had a net down on a pass and Wilson then jof 77 rushing yards. Wilson carried the ball 12 I times for 102 yards on the j Ground. Fullback Pete Talman ! added 74 yards on 16 carries. made his scoring burst. Nebraska's Larry Wachholtz! kicked two field goals in the first quarter from 31 and 38 Spartans Take 26-10 CHAMPAIGN, 111. (UPH— Top-ranked Michigan State, aiming for its second consecutive Big Ten title, got its conference season rolling Satur-j ered day with a 26-10 pasting of butter-fingered Illinois. Al Brenner put the frosting on the cake of the unbeaten Spartans' third victory by setting a Big Ten punt return record with a 95-yard dash for the game's final score. A couple of fumbles earlier in the game made the job easy for Michigan State. In the second period. Spartan defensive end George Chatlos caused his fourth fumble of the season, hitting Illinois quarterback Bob Naponic's arm as he tried to throw a pass. Defensive end Phil Hoag plucked the ball from the air at the lllini 40, ran into tacklers, and laterallecl to tackle Pat plunged over from that point. Spartan defense held Illinois | to a net of only 17 yards | rushing. Michigan State cov- 137 yards on the ground. \ Illinois, with Napnoc's passing, gained 205 yards through the air to 1HO yards for the Spartans ; Michigan State's barefoot, kicker, Richard Kennedy, j missed a field goal shot and the j first period ended in a scoreless tie. Illinois scored first when a 19-yard pass play from Naponic; to tackle Bob Robertson put the | lllini on the Michigan State 16. Jim Slot/, kicked a 27-yard field goal four plays later. Illinois 037 0—10 Michigan State 0 13 6 7—26 Scoring: 111—Stotz 27 FG MSU—Lee 10 run (Kenney kick) MSU—Galhnagh 40 run with recovered fumble (kick failed) from Na- This would occur if the .Dodgers lose both games to the j Philadelphia Phillies in Sun- ! day's season-ending doubleheader while the Giants beat Pittsburgh Sunday and then the Cincinnati Reds in the makeup ; of a rainout. ; Either a Dodger win or a : Giant loss would give Los I Angeles its second straight j pennant. i Bob Bolin pitched a one-hitter Jin the nightcap, narrowly missing the first no-hitter in the 57-year history of Forbes Field. Bill Mazeroski, trying to avoid an inside pitch, sent a soft liner into right field for a single in the second inning. In the first game, Juan Marichal gave up 13 hits but hue; on for his 25th victory and his fourth of the season over Pittsburgh. infield hit, and both were sacrifice along. runners Mets Rained Out NEW YORK (UPD—Satur- day night's game between the New York Mets and Houston Astros has been postponed because of rain and wet grounds. The postponed game has been re-scheduled as part of a doubleheader Sunday. Rained Out PHILADELPHIA (UPD—The Philadelphia Phillies -Los Angeles Dodgers game, scheduled for Saturday night, has been postponed because of rain. The game will he made up as part of a doubleheader starting at 1:05 p.m. Sundy. Cards 4, Cubs 3 ST. LOUIS (UPD—St. Louis rookie Hon Willis retired Ron Santo and Ernie Banks with the bases loaded in Hie ninth inning Saturday to preserve Bob Gibson's 21st victory in a 4-3 triumph over the Chicago Cubs. With the Cardinals leading, 42, Gibson walked the bases loaded and reliever Hal Woocle- shtck walked Billy Williams with one out to force in a run. But Willis, who was brought up when the minor league season ended, came on to strikeout Santo and get Banks on foul out. Gallinagh. Gallmagh outraced his pursuers and put the | 111—Wright 62 pass Spartans ahead 13-3 at the half. I ponic Stoltx kick) In the third period, Hoag' MSU—Raye 3 run (pass recovered a fumble by fullback! MSU—Brenner 95 punt Doug Harford on the'Illinois 31 Kenney kick) and quarterback Jim Rayej Attendance—57,747. failed) return Birds Rained Out BALTIMORE (UPD—Satur- day's game between the American League champion Baltimore Orioles and the Minnesota Twins was postponed because of rain. The two teams will play a doubleheader Sunday to make up Saturday's rainout. Braves Win, 6-3 CINCINNATI (UPD—Mack Jones' 2.3rd homer of the season touched off a three-run 12th inning Saturday which gave the Atlanta Braves a 6-3 victory over Cincinnati in the second game of a doubleheader after the Reds won the opener 11-5. Jones' homer was one of four hits the Braves bunched off loser Darrell Osteen in the 12th. Braves' startej Don Sclnvall had given up only 'two scratch hits and was leading 3-0 when the Reds, helped along by three errors, tied the score in the eighth inning. Chi Chi Oliva, the last of four Braves pitchers, picked up the win. x-Baltimore i Minnesota Detroit | Chicago ! Cleveland California Kansas City Washington .Boston : New York x-Cli"clicd 96 62 88 72 88 73 83 78 80 80 79 81 7386 71 88 72 90 69 89 penn H nt .608 .. .550 9 .547 9',* .516 14 Vi 500 17 .494 18 459 23 lj i .447 25 (* .444 26 .437 27 TOUCHDOWN BOUND — Pampa's Gary MeCarrell is about to break loose for a 48-yard touchdown run as Plainview's Richard Watson, on ground, tries 10 make the tackle. Behind MeCarrell is Richard Walker who couldn't make the stop either. Pampa won, 34-20. (See story, other picture, page 10). Falcons Upset Middies, 15-7 Baylor Uses Ground Game To Subdue Cougars, 20-14 Georgia Tech Edges Clemson, 13-12 ATLANTA, Ga. (UPf) Tailback Lenny Snow, Georgia Tech's "Mr. Touchdown," ripped off scoring jaunts of six and 40 yards in the second half Saturday to lead the 10th- ranked Yellow Jackets to a come-irom-behind 13 to 12 victory over the Clemson Tigers. Snow scored his first touch down midway through the third period on a great personal effort to tie the score at 6-6 and Bunky Henry kicked the extra point to put Georgia Tech in the lead for the first time in the afternoon. But Jimmy Addison completed his second touchdown pass of the afternoon early in the fourth period to put the Tigers back in front and Snow i had to score again to give the ! Jackets their hard-earned vic- j tory. i He took a pitch-out from i quarterback Kim King and, 'breaking through a pack of j would - be Clemson tacklers, | raced 40 yards for the clincli- ; ing touchdown, the seventh in i three games for the national ; scoring leader. i However, the Yellow Jackets i still weren't out of trouble as i the Tigers marched in the clos- i ing minutes down to the Tech I 18-yard line on the passing of I Addison. But defensive back | Bill Eastman assured the Jack; ets of their third victory of the I season when he intercepted an ; Addison pass at his own 10; yard line with only 1:30 left to play. A's 5, Tigers 2 DETROIT UPI) — Jim Nash pitched a seven-hitter Saturday for the Kansas City Athletics, who beat Detroit 5-2 and dropped the Tigers into third place in the American League. The victory was Kansas City's llth in 17 games with Detroit this season.. It left the Tigers a half game behind Minnesota in the duel for second place with only game remaining. Reds 11, Braves 5 CINCINNATI (UPD — Rookie [irsl baseman Lee May pounded out four hits, one a homer, to lead the Cincinnati Reds to an 11-5 victory over the Atlanta Braves in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday. Altogether, the Reds got 15 hits to give Milt Pappas his 12th victory against 11 losses. Teddy Davidson took over for Pappas in the eighth inning and snuffed out a Brave rally. one JUST ARRIVED- Large Shipment Yanks 5, Chisox 3 CHICAGO (UPIi-The Now York Yankees rallied for throe runs in the top of the ninth inning Saturday to score a 5-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox. Sox starter .Joel Horlen, who was tagged for his 13th loss against 10 victories, got into trouble when he hit Yankee third baseman Mike Ferraro to lead off the ninth. Pinch hitter Rov White then beat out an 76KRS IN PITTSBURGH PITTSBURGH (UPI) -Six National Basketball Association games will be played in Pittsburgh by the Philadelphia 76ers, the club announced Friday. Their first game will be against the St. Louis Hawks on Nov. 3. and they will close the Pittsburgh stand with Los Angeles on March 6. Spts Briefs A's SIGN FMTC'IIKH KANSAS CITY (UPI) -The Kansas City Athletics signed sandlot pitcher Tommy Williams to a contract Tuesday with their Burlington, Iowa, affiliate. Williams was a high | school teammate of KG righl- Ihander Johnny Odom in Macon, iGa., several years ago. also Mr. Levi's and • Levi Sta-Prest Addtington's Western Washington Scores Upset Victory Over Ohio St., 38-22 S. Cuyler THi LIVI STORI MO 4-3161 COLUMBUS (UPI) — Don, Moore, a hard-running halfback from Tacoma, ran circles around Ohio State Saturday to lead the Washington Huskies to a 38-22 ntersi?ctional football' upset before 80.241 fans. i Moore, a 5-9, 205-pounder, scored two touchdowns and set; up a couple of others with his dazzling runs. He gained 221 yards in 30 carries in one of the finest individual performances' in the huge Ohio Stadium in several years. ! Temmate Jeff Jordan, a 210- Ib fullback, scored three times for the Huskies, who went into the game as a two-touchdown underdog. It was Washington's second win of the season after being upset a week ago by the Air P^orce while the Buckeyes are 1-1 after edging Texas Christian in their opener. | Washington ran up a 21-0 lead i over ^bio IP -Uie first half and then appeared on the ropes before a determined Buckeye comeback led by sophomore quarterback Bill Long's passes to end Bill Anders. Long hit 19 of 30 attempts for 157 yards and two touchdowns in the second halt and it put the Bucks in scoring position with a 59-yard strike to Anders late in the first halt to setup Ohio's first touchdown. But Moore took the heart out of the Buckeye threat \vhen he shook loose and ran untouched : for a 47-yard touchdown with 4:27 remaining that put the game out of reach. Ohio State, down 21-7 at the half, came back after the intermission to move 56 yards I on a drive that .saw L o n i complete five passes, the last a 1 three-yarder to halfback Arnie Fontes tor a TD. Long hit , Anders for a two-pointer to , make it 2fM5. AIR FORCE ACADRMY, Colo. (UPI)—Dick Hall kicked three field goals, one from 48 yards, and Sonny Litz passed for a touchdown as the Air Force Academy upset Navy 157 Saturday for their first inter- service win over the Middies. A record crowd of 46,301 packed Falcon Stadium to watch Hall boom field goals from 39. 29, and 48 yards. '. Quarterback Litz flipped a 28-' yard scoring pass to end Jim Schult/. in the third period. It wa s the first service game played in the Rocky Mountains and the win evened the all- time series at 1-1. Navy beat Air Force 35-3 in 1960. The Middies only score came on a first period 76-yard drive, highlighted by Terry Murray's 73-yard run. Murray plunged for the score from the 1-yard line. Lit7. passed for a touchdown last week in the Falcon's 10-0 upset win over Washington. j Navy was handicapped offen-1 sively'with starting quarterback j John Cartwright, sidelined with rib injuries sut'iered in last '. week's 21-3 loss to Southern j Methodist. His replacement,! Phil Bassi, was harrassed by' the Falcon line, spearheaded by a 6-4, 233-pound junior tackle Larry Colo. Col?, recovered two first-period fumbles and partially blocked a Navy punt which. : fed to Air Force's first field igoul. : Navy's first half touchdown i was set up by an interception by defensive halfback Bernie; Degeorge. He picked off a Litz pass at Navy's 8 alter Cole recovered a Middle fumble on the 31. On Navy's first play, Murray, up the middle and raced 73 yards to the Air Force 3. hour plays later Murray plunged for the touchdown, ilall. who was recruited before this season by Coach Ben Martin from the intra-mural ranks, kicked his first field goal alter Cole partially deflected a Navy punt. SPOKANE, Wash. (UPI)— Baylor, which came to town billed as a first-rate passing power, turned loose a sharp i ground attack Saturday to hand j Washington State its third con-j secutive football loss, 20-14. | Bear quarterback Terry! Southall put on his standard top-notch performance passing for one touchdown and hitting a variety of receivers with regularity—but it was senior halfback Richard Defee who put the punch in the Baylor offense Defee, a mite of a man at 5-foot-9 inches, scored Baylor's first touchdown and tore chunks of yardage ranging from up to 67 yards as he ran through the right, left and center of the i line. I Baylor also scored on a Soulhall pass to George Chesire and sophomore halfback John j Westbrook's 12-yard run. j Fullback Ted Gerela scored | for Washington Stale on a one- < yard plunge in the third period, j Halfback Ammon McWashing- ton put the Cougars within striking distance when he ran back the kickoff after Baylor's third touchdown for a score from his own five in the last minutes of the final period. Baylor began its first touchdown drive on the final play of the first peiod after WSU's Jim Rngstrom punted into the end zone. Saturday's Results Minn at Bait ppd. rain Cleveland at California, night Kansas City 5 Detroit 2 (Only games scheduled) New York 5 Chicago 3 (J.UH sami.i, nv) SinuP'y's Probable Pitchers New York at Chicago— j Downing (9-11) vs. John (14-11). J2:15 p.m. Cleveland at California— Tiant (12-10) vs. M. Lopez (714). 4 p.m. Kansas City at Detroit- Hunter (8-11) vs. Podres (4-4). 2:30 p.m. Minnesota at. Baltimore (2)— Kaat (25-12) and Perry (10-7'j vs. Bunker (9-6) and Barbe) (10-5). 2 p.m. (Only games scheduled) National League By United Press P'ternationa? W. L. Pet. GV Los Arigoles 94 66 .588 San Fran. 92 69 .571 2V Philadelphia 86 74 .538 8 Atlanta 84 77 522 lOVl St. Louis 82 79 .509 12V, Cincinnati 76 83 .478 17^ Houston 70 90 .438 24 New York 66 93 .415 274 Chicago 59 102 .366 35* Saturday's Results San Fran 5 Pitts 4 1st San Fran 2 Pitts 0, 2nd Cincinnati 11 Atlanta 5, laf Alia. 6 Cin 3, 2nd, 12 int St. Louis 4 Chicago 3 Los Aug. at Phil., ppd rale Hems at NY, night ppd rain Su»(l!iy's Probable Pitchen (All Times EDT) Los Angeles at Philadelphia- i Drysdale (13-16) and Koufa* ! 126-9) vs. Bunning (19-13) an* | Jackson (15-15). 1:05 p.m. j San Francisco at Pittsburgh !—Perry (21-8) vs. Law (12-8), 11:35 p.m. ! Atlanta at Cincinnati—Jarvil | (6-2) vs. Maloney (16-8). 2:3( ; p.m. ; Houston at New York (2)- 1 Giusti (14-14) vs. Shaw (12-13 ' 1:05 p.m. : Chicago at. St. Louis— i Ellsworth (8-21) vs. Washburn Hl-9) 2:y5 p.m. Head The New* Classified Adi 806 MAYO OIL CO. PRODUCTS CALL S. 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