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THE PRO WAY #UWM#* To &AVL/*#T m rum TO A BLOCK/KG, G/fUAT/OA/S Sooners Rated Tops In Both Press Polls NEW YORK (UPI) - The United Press International major college football ratings (with first- place votes and won-lost records in parentheses): Team Points 1. Oklahoma (22) (2-0) . 324 2. Alabama (7) (2-0) 270 3. Texas <3) (2-0) 245 4. Northwestern (1) (2-0) 182 5. Wisconsin (2-0) 176 6. Georgia Tech (2-0) 134 7. Navy (1) (2-0) 108 8. Pittsburgh (1) (2-0) 87 9. Southern California (1-1) 76 10. (tie). Ohio State (1-0) 57 10. (tie). Nebraska (2-0) 57 Second 10 teams: 12, Mississippi, 41; 13, Penn State, 34; 14, Air Force, 32; 15, Oregon State, 20; 16 (tie), Michigan State and Missouri, 16 each; 18, Texas Christian, 9; 19 (tie), Duke and Rice, 8 each. Others: North Carolina State, Michigan and Wyoming, 4 each; Notre Dame and Kansas, 3 each; Auburn, Army and Arkansas, 2 each; Oregon, 1. NEW YORK (UPI) - If Bud Wilkinson succeeds with President Kennedy's physical fitness program the way he has rebuilt the Oklahoma Sooners, Sonny Liston will be just another guy. Oklahoma was accorded the nation's No. 1 ranking among col- Marv Woodson of Indiana Midwest Back of Week CHICAGO (UPI) - A triple- threat, 40 - minutes-a-game halfback known simply as "marvelous Marv" on the Indiana University campus today was picked by the United Press International as midwest back of the week. He's Marv Woodson, an ace on offense and defense who has apparently taken up where he left off last season when he wound up as All-Big Ten halfback. Woodson's Hoosiers were beaten 34-21 by Northwestern Saturday, but he easily was the best player on the field. In the first quarter Woodson delayed a touchdown march by backling George Burman after the Northwestern end had scampered 40 yards on a catch of Tom Myers' 15 yard pass. Burman was downed on the eight-yard line. In the third period, with the score tied, Woodson, seemingly coming from nowhere, caught speedy Dick McDauley after he galloped 65 yards toward the Hoosier goal line. Woodson's one- handed tackle brought McCauley down on the 15. That stopped Northwestern and led to Indiana's 80-yard scoring march. Woodson intercepted one touchdown and deflected another into the hands of teammate Tom Now- atzke. He scored one touchdown, gained 67 yards on 15 carries, and returned a kickoff for 58 yards. The Hoosier halfback made a good prophet out of Northwestern coach Ara Parseghian, who said all along that his main worry was Woodson's running. And after it was all over, Parseghian feared that he had underestimated Woodson. "We only hit him solidly once in the whole game," Parseghian said. "His secret is speed, plenty of it. He's one of the few runners I've seen who has the ability to cut without losing speed." Parseghian said Woodson was "outstanding on that kickoff return. We just couldn't get our hands on him." Dickens, accustomed to Woodson's heroics, said simply, "I thought he was the best back on the field by far. He went both ways, offense and defense." Dickens said Woodson was a "fine back last year, but he's going to be better this year because he's older and more improved." INSURANCE Merwya P. Hill Dick William* HOMETOWN SERVICE when you need it. The kind of service everyone wants and expects can come from only a local/ independent in$urance agent. For the protection you need and prompt, •fficient claim servise for all kinds of insurance you want,,, See MERWYN HIU or DICK WIlllAMS «i LAKE W. SANBORN Insurance Agency 313 HIU AICAOI « 943.3101 Chri8itiansen Certain He Cart Rebuild 49ers Qdlesbufo fogistefrMojl,Gafesbura, III...,' TuesdQy/Qef, fcf9$3 IB SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -, Youthful Jack Christiansen held his first workout as head coach of the San Francisco Forty Nin- ers today — confident that he could rebuild the fading fortunes of a club that has lost 10 straight ball games. Christiansen, 34-year-old former defensive star of the Detroit Lions, took over the fortunes of the San Francisco club late Monday after Red Hickey resigned. He has to be a man with a mission to make good with a club that was slaughtered by the Minnesota Vikings, 45-14, on Sunday; had lost all three league games this year; all five exhibition games, plus the final two games of the 1962 season. "I have no definite changes in personnel or playing positions at the present time," said Christiansen. "But we have some good men on this squad if we can get them to play up to their potential. "I feel we should be able to win out share of the games." A few minutes after Christian­ sen held his first press confer" ence, wherein he wondered about the quarterback situation where John Brodie has a sore throwing arm, who should walk into camp but the veteran Lamar McHan. McHan was obtained from the Baltimore Colts on waivers last week, but was slow in reporting. "He'll be insurance for us in case Brodie's arm continues to bother him," said Christiansen. "Against the Detroit Lions this week we'll use Brodie if he can go. If he can't, we'll try with Bobby Waters. It will take a while for McHan to learn our plays." Christiansen is starting his first tour of duty as head coach. He is rated as one of the all-time best secondary defensive men in the history of the National League. It was at Detroit that he headed his famous "Chris Crew" that ate up passes from opposing teams during the mid fifties. He has been an assistant coach with the Forty Niners since 1959. lege football teams Monday by a landslide ballot in the season's first weekly rating of the United Press International board of coaches. Alabama was a distant second, Texas third and Big Ten representatives Northwestern and Wisconsin rounded out the top five. The Sooners, surging back to the eminence. they enjoyed in 1955 and 1956 when they were national champions, churned out 304 yards on the ground to upset Southern California, the defending national champion, last Saturday. Coach Wilkinson, who heads Kennedy's fitness program, guided the Sooners to No. 7 spot last season after three straight years in which they failed to gain ranking. Oklahoma received 22 first place votes from the 35-man UPI board. Alabama was No. 1 on seven ballots, three coaches picked Texas, and Northwestern, Navy and Pitt polled one each. The Sooners rest next weekend before tackling third-ranked Texas in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas on Oct. 12. Their first win was over Clemson. They last topped the nation on Sept. 30, 1958. With points distributed on a 109-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis for votes from first to 10th places, Oklahoma had 324 out of a possible 350. Alabama had 270 points, Texas 245, Northwestern 182 and Wisconsin 176. Vince Lombardi Concerned About Green Bay's Errors The Oklahoma Sooners, who have gone through a seven-year drought since their last championship team, took over first place by a landslide today in the second Associated Press weekly poll of the nation's Top Ten football teams. Oklahoma, which defeated the 1962 national champion Southern California Trojans Saturday 17-12 in blistering 105-degree heat at Los Angeles, vaulted from third to the No. 1 rating by polling 36 of the 53 first-place votes from a special panel of sports writers and broadcasters. The Trojans, who received 23 first-place votes a week ago, skidded to eighth place. Arkansas, No. 8 last week, dropped out after being defeated by Missouri 7-6. While Alabama remained in the challenging No. 2 spot, and other teams were slightly juggled in the ratings, Mississippi edged back into the picture at the No. 10 spot after blasting Kentucky 31-7. Ole Miss, rated No. 2 in the opening poll, had dropped from the first ten after being held to a scoreless tie by Memphis State. Coach Bud Wilkinson's Okla homans, who ranked No. 8 in the 1962 final season poll, received 495 points in the latest consensus, based on 10 points for first, nine for second, etc. The top ten, with first^place votes in parentheses; Team points l.Oklahoma (36) 495 2 Alabama (9) 402 3.Texas (2) 365 4. Wisconsin (1) 299 5.Northwestern (1) 264 6.Navy (2) 248 7.Georgia Tech (2) 220 8.So. Calif. 163 9.Pittsburgh 114 IQ.Mississippi 45 GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Green Bay Coach Vince Lombardi is a puzzled man. He is unable to explain the sudden outbreak of game errors by the Packers as they strive for a third straight National Football League championship. "I can't understand it," Lombardi said Monday in reviewing statistics of the Packers' two victories and one defeat. "We've been a team that has made very few mental and physical mistakes. This year we have had a flock' of them. If we continue like this, it's going to catch up with us. We've been stopping ourselves and this must end." En route to the NFL title with a 13-1 season record last year, the Packers had the fewest passes intercepted — a mere 13 — and lost the ball on fumbles just 15 times. In three games this season, they have surrendered the ball on nine interceptions and five fumbles. Green Bay gave up three fumbles and two pass interceptions Sunday, but managed to pull out a 31-20 victory over Baltimore. Willie Davis, an All-League se­ lection as a defensive end, said he thought the Packers may be "going into games a little tight." "We're trying to overdo this this thing," Davis said. "We've always been a closely knit team. The mere fact that the offense is experiencing some difficulty means we're just going to have to hang in there tougher. "We've got to feel that they're going to get rolling. It's only a matter of time." The Packers are tied with the Minnesota Vikings, a game be hind Chicago's undefeated Bears, in the Western Division. Lombardi is satisfied with his team's standing — although unhappy with the flock of mistakes by his offense. OLD FRIENDS RETURN—Wendell Stamps and his wife Virginia, arrived Monday afternoon at the Galcsburg Municipal Airport and were greeted by George Bowman, president of the Knoxville High School Lcttcrincn's Association, and a host of friends. Stamps, who coached from 1928 to 1953 at Knoxville High School, is being honored Friday night at the Blue Bullets' homecoming game with Corpus Christ!. Mr. and Mrs. Stamps journeyed from their home in Cannon Beach, Oregon. Local, Area Bowling Scores and Averages Lowe Faces Operation DETROIT (UPU—Gary Lowe, defensive back of the Detroit Lions, will be operated on today to repair the Achilles tendon which was torn three inches above the ankle in Sunday's loss to the Chicago Bears. Lowe will miss the entire season as the result of the freak accident. ELKS LITTLE SHOTS LEAGUE Gale Wards, 27-8; Hilltop Trailer I Park, 27-8; Park Drive Dairy, 26-9; State Farm Ins., 24-11; Hutchcroft Implement, 21-14; Hawthorne' Drugs, 15-20; Yeagers Heating, 1520; Higgins Dairy, 14-21; Elks Club, 13-22; Thomas Electric Co., 13-22; Gale's Bait Shop, 11-24; Hobby Grill, 4-31. High team series, Park Drive Dairy, 2481; High team game, Park Drive Dairy, 837. High ind. series, Lawana Leahy & Dee Childers, 493; high ind. game, Lawana Leahy, 182. NORTHGATE TE:.-PIN LEAGUE Weave r-Yemm, 15-5; Nelson's Vending, 15-5; Kelly's Barber Shop, 13-7; Country Life Ins., 13-7; Galesburg Import Motors, 12-8; Club 19, 11-9; Joe's Drewry, 11-9; Orwigs Hardware, 9-11; Northgate Sports Shop, 6-14; Butler, 6-14; Butler Mies, 5-15; Stern & Field, 4-16. High team series, Club 19, 3009; High team game, Weaver-Yemm, 1035. High ind. series, R. Nelson. 690; High ind. game, K. Nelson, 268, LITTLE SIX LEAGUE Inman Motors, 33-16; Protexall, 27-22; Marties, 24-25; Bullis Horn, 23-26; Eagles, 21-28; Drewrys, 1930. NORTHGATE MONDAY NITE LEAGUE Dom's Sport Shop, 10-2; Chandler-Hinchman Ins., 9-3; Team 12, 8-4; Harbor Lights, 8-4; Clark Drugs, 8-4; Kozy Inn, 7-5; Hilgenberg Plumbing & Heating, 6-6; Joe the Tailor, 6-6; Team 7, 6-6, Con­ oco Service, 2-10; Fidelity Federal, 1-11; Galesburg Order Buyers, 1-11. High team series, Kozy Inn, 3070; High team game, Kozv Inn, 1056. High ind. series, S. Daniels, 580; High ind. game, J. Eimes, 235. TORNADO LEAGUE Hillman Tree Surgery, 12-4- WGIL, 11-5; West Drug, 8Vi-7>i Fashion Cleaners, 8-8; Wier Cattle Co., 7-9; VFW, 6>/ 2 -9M,; Burlington Truck Lines, 6-10; Arwell Inc* 5- Hig J?..„ team ^ries, Fashion Clean ers, 2940; High team game, Fashion Cleaners, 1049. iwMb jnd-, series. Bill Mecum, 222' game ' Gary Mitcnel l! World Mark Equaled at Roosevelt Raceway WESTBURY, N.Y. (UPI) - A world record was equalled at Roosevelt Raceway Monday night when Flicker Stable's The Premise blazed a mile in 2:01 flat in a co-featured three-year-old Invitational Pace. Del Insko handled the chestnut speedster, a gelding, and the time equalled the world standard for three-year-old pacing geldings on a half-mile track in a race. The mile was also a track and season's standard for age, gait and sex in a race on a half mile oval. The effort materialized when driver John Chapman sent Rex Pick through opening quarters of :30 flat, :59.4 to the half and 1:30.1 at the three-quarters. The Premise was kept snugly in behind Rex Pick until the seven- eighths pole where Insko made the move that carried him directly to the front. The finish saw the Gene Abbe-Speedy Belle sophomore, owned by Sidney and Irving Flicker of Trenton, N.J., comfortable by a length and a half over Rex Pick. The record which was equalled was set by Victory Lind in 1959 at Saratoga Raceway in upstate New York. Howard Parker was the driver on that occasion. CHICAGO (UPI) — Tennessee Bill won his second straight at Washington Park Monday night, taking the featured mile in 2:04.4. He clipped a classy field by a length. Brown closed second and Hi Ranger was third. INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI) Harness racing returns to Southern California today with the opening of the 35-day fall meeting of the Western Harness Rac- FALL SPECIAL Permanent Type ANTI-FREEZE Carry- Out Special GAL. Gallon Cans Only TIME FOR THAT WINTER CHECK-UP • Radiator Cleaned • How Checked Point* and Plugs • Oil and Lubrication HARRY SWANSON CONOCO SERVICE N. Prairie at Water St. Oial 342*5012 ing Association Park. at Hollywood For the fall half of its 17th season, the association is offering approximately $1 million in stakes and purses. The meeting features the $50,000 American Pacing classic Nov. 2 and the $50,000 American Trotting Classic Nov. 16, closing day. For its opening program, the association carded a double feature, the Girl of the Golden West Pace and the Hollywood Trot. TEE VEE LEAGUE Mavericks, 12-4; Untouchables, 11: -Amateur Hour, 11-5; Make That Spare, 10-6; Hillbillies, 9-7; Real McCoys, 9-7; Flintstones. 8-8; Thrillers, 7-9; Checkmates, 6-10; Gun- smoke, 5-11; Ben Casey 5-11; Ruff and Reddy. 3-13. High team game. Ma'-n That Spare, 838; High team series, Make That Spare, 2378. High ind. fame, (M) M. Riddell, 202, (W) E. Cox, 200: High ind. series, (M) K. Alexander, 565, (W) E. Cox, 500. WHOLESALE DIST. LEAGUE Uncle Joe Tavern, 13-3; Stag, 11-5; Miller High Life, 8-8; Drewry's, 7-9; Blue Ribbon, 6-10; Schlitz, 3-13. High team series, Uncle Joe Tavern, 3033; High team game, Uncle Joe Tavern, 1023. High ind. series, Paul Mais, 601; High ind. game, Paul Mais, 214. RAILROAD LEAGUE Gale Ward, 28-7; Chuck & Rose's Mkt., 24-11; Miracle Water,. 22-13; Hi Lo Grocery, 21-14; Joe's Place, 19-16; Schwarz Bros., 17-18; Higgins Dairy, 16-19; Liquorama, 16-19:" Dick Blick Kingpins, 15-20: Dick Blick No. 2, 14-21; Jacks Supply,. 9-26; Victor Casket, 9-26. High team series, Chuck <f Rose's, , 3064; High team \gamet Chuck & Rose's, 1067.'' .=<- . ;J.J High ind. series, Harry Andefc son, 616; High ind. game, Arleri Walters, 244. ;•/;•'. H ft H LADIEf LEAGUE Mac IWusic, 15-1; Huddle Driver Inn, 11-5; Thomas Plumbing & Heating, 10-6; Wilkins Mkt., 9-7; Labor News, 9-7; Sunbeam, 6-10; Team 9, 6-10; Team 10, 4-12; Balr Specialty, 2-14. High team series, Mac Music, 2635; High team game, Mac Music, 900. High ind. series, Jo Stevens, 490; High ind. game, Alice Carr, 194. LADIES FRIDAY P.M. LEAGUE Slick Chicks, 13-3; Northerners, 10-6; Arrows, 10-6; Optimists, 10-6; Bowlettes, 10-6; Rockettes, 9-7; Zombies, 8-8; Strikettes, 6-10; Scrubs, 6-10; Spare O's. 6-10; Untouchables, 4-12; Clippers, 4-12. High individual game, Phyllis Deef, 189; high individual series, Eunice Ebbing, 522. ALPHA ROOKIE LEAGUE McNeil's Oilers, 14-6; Jim's Trenchers, 13-7; DeKalb Seed Corn, 12-8; Rutldege's Greenhouse, 11-9; Luallen Motor Sales, 8-12; The Bubons, 8-12; Anderson's Market, 8-12; Ark's Standard Service, 6-14. High team series. Luallen's, 3080; high team game, Bubon's, 1043. High individual series, D. Fields, 684; high individual game, E, Ward. 269. ACE LEAGUE Tiny Lischwe Ins., 40-4; Bud Nelson Ins., 9-5; McGrew & McGrew Ins., 9-5; Illinois Power Co., 8-6; Roto Rooter, 8-6; Joe's Place, 7-7- Pekin Farmers Ins., 7-7; Ellis I Jewelers, 7-7; First & Puckett, 7-7; Deluxe Cafe, 4-10; Sam's Place, 410; Corral, 4-10. High team series, McGrew Sc McGrew, 3038; high team game, Bud Nelson Ins., 1100. High individual series, Wes Eagle 627; high individual game. Spud Schrodt, 258. NORTHGATE CLASSIC LEAGUE Mechanics Homestead & Loan, 14-2; Inman Motors, 12 ? 4; Gale Ward Athletic Goods, 10-6; Crown Motors, 9-7; Weaver-Yemm. 7-9; C & E Super Valu, 6-10; McCabe's Scrappers, 5-11; Club 34, 1-15. High team series, Mechanics Homestead & Loan, 2806; high team game, McCabe Scrappers, 988. High individual series, Russ Nelson, 640; high individual game. Bob Trask, 232. QUEENS LEAGUE Smith's Vikings, 13-3; Spotters, 12-4; Wareco Pickers. 12-4; Splitters, 6-10; Kool Kats, 5-11; Socialites. 0-16. High team series, Splitters, 2556; high team game, Splitters, 903. High individual scries, Lticille Dalener, 522; high individual game, Edna Hale, 183. ? PIN PAL LEAGUE ; Schwarz Bros.. 16-4; Orwig's Hardware, 14-6; Nelson & Lindsey, 11-8; Shangri-La Inn, 10-10; *Elks, BVa-lO'/a; Lacky & Sons, 7%»12V 2 ; Mac's Music, 7-13; Hinchlitt & Pearson, 5rl5. . High .team game, Nelson & Lindsey, 9-tt; high team series, Nelson &, Lindsey; 2602. " High Individual game,' Dorothy Mqtt, 214; high individual series, Detothy Mott, 518. •';;*;;,, LADIES 60 BOWL LEAGUE .•-.Lticille R. West, 17y a -2V 2 ; 'Carlson, Heating Service, 17-3; Ellis Jewelers, 15-5; Joe's Place, k 12-8; C & E Super Value, 12-8; Harrison Real Estate, 11-9; Drewry, ' IOV2- 9'/ a ; Grandview Drive In, S^ilVA; Inman Motors, 5-15; Admiral,. 4'/215%; Quality Market. 4-16; Bair Specialty, 3-17. High team series, Joe's Place, 2725; high team game, 957. High individual series, D. Buchanan, 631; high individual game, C. Swanson, 252. The NEW IDEA in smoking Distributed by BROWN SPECIALTY CO.

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