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Sunday, November 18, 1962
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use 'Jfr ’ 13 6 Arkansas 9 Oklahoma 13 SMU 7 Missouri"' 0 Mich St 31 N’westem 7 Dartm’th Cornell Vandy 20 Tulane 0 Pace 2 Florida 20 Fla St 7 Past 2 Georgia 30 Auburn 21 Paso s Pax 4 Past 4 Pace 4 V-fr Woods and Waters Page 7 Vol Action Pictures Pago 3 Sentinel Prep All-Star Page 6 Bowling Notes Page 8 Section D KNOXVILLE (1 TENNESSEE SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 181962 -A 103-¥TB ? i Tom Siler Newi Siatiml Sparta Editor Volf Flay Against Rebels Likely Would Have Defeated Tide Auburn or Miss State i u Ot'B isn’t quite ready to admit that the undefeated 01uhtied Rebels are going to spend New Year's Day in the Sutar esBeal lObiffl They are ol bo: under the rules of the polite bowl-big business you ain’t supposed to admit nothing until the season ends Meanwhile head coaches get pretty tired of the double talk John Vaught for instance could hardly keep his mbid on the Impending battle with Tennessee because of the bowl talk t “I get pretty mad FHday night” Vaaght was saying after yesterday's lS-i victory over the Volunteers "1 couldn't get nwny from people who wonted to know If wo were going to n bowl game I was trying to concentrate on this game with Tennessee Now we get Mississippi State la two weeks thea 19 m3' Vaught then'll be a bowl announcement” And if you feel you just can't wait until the late afternoon ' dfDec 1 go ahead and make arrangements if you care to see Ole Miss play somebody probably Arkansas in the Sugar Bowl i NO TENNESSEE FOLLOWER ever accepts defeat with yqqpiplaeency but even in defeat this was far away Tennessee’s finest performance of 1963 Play of this high caliber would have produced victories Over Auburn Mississippi State and possibly Georgia Tech or Alabama For once the scone does not indicate the effective manner which Tennessee attacked and defended in the messy Volunteer team that was :iow no in drjzzle Two long runs whipped a jon g sred to just one thought— victory ior A few Hum were moaning because to On air an the Rebel 4 It waa third dewa and three to ge There's no reaaaa whatsoever to fault the quarterback-' "lag there The pass la my opinion was aa excellent can aa good la fact that John BUI Hudson was open behind Louis Gay And I think the movies win show another receiver opea down the middle The throw wu a bit too short lhefi all The situation called for a lob peso just over Guy'e head Instead Guy speared it aqd eet sail a heartbreaking turn of events just when it seemed that the Vote might pull off the upset of the year Ole Mise waa ready to be taken But Chuck Morris’ 93-yard run on the first play id the game and Guy's 103-yard jaunt (it'll go into the NCAA records as 100-yard run) were the difference COACH VAUGHT declined to discuss the fisticuffs that enlivened the proceedings late In the last quarter “I have no idea how It started’’ he said "Too bad about the weather that field was really slick Conditions like that hurt both teams” Vaught said he had studied movies of Tennessee’s previous seven games "This was their beat effort I knew It weald be They always play well against as George Canale at fallback has helped Tennessee a lot They have a threat ap the That makes yea keep the linebackers at Tkat kelps the tailback Tea I think Glynn Griffing la as good a quarterback at we’ve ever had "Tennessee tried one play that we hadn't seen before SEE TOM SILER Page I Bryant Takes Blame Greatest Victory Ever for Georgia Tech-Dodd in the fourth quarter which they intercepted "If I had It to do over again I would run two quarterback sneaks and kick t field god" When asked If he had spy hesitation absat gotag far twe palais after the Alabama touchdown Bryant replied: "I had re hesitation at aH" "This was one of the greatest football games I have ever seen It was a great great game It wu certainly a great victory for Tech “Tech wu well prepared for See JACKETS Page I ’ ATLANTA Nov 17-"K wu the greatest victory ever by a Georgia Tech football team-bowl game or regular season” So spoke Tech Coach Bobby Dodd after his Yellow Jackets had stunned previously unbeaten Alabama 7-6 here today “We played our finest game to win over a superior Alabama team that deserved the No 1 ranking it had prior to today "So muy people played weB for u that I eaat piek out Individual standouts” Dadd continued "But I especially want to eampUmeat our seniors they did a great job "I know that I have never been happier” Alabama Coach Paul Bryant took the blame for his team's defeat "I handicapped car team by aome calh I made" Bryant commented "One wu in the first quarter on fourth down when we went for It at midfield and didn’t make it The other wu the pass Football (Oterr results page 2) SEC Ole Mbs II Tennessee I LSU 38 Mias State I Xavier (O) 14 Kentucky IL Georgia Tote 7 Alabama 6 Vaadobfit 24 TWane 9 Florida 24 Fla State 7 Georgia 36 Auburn U SOUTH Duke IL Wake Fwert I Cfcmsou 17 Maiyfami 14' Wert Va 44 The Citadel 4 N C State 34 Virginia U EAST Pittsburgh 7 Army 4 Beaten C 4L Boston IL 34 Dartmouth 21 CarneU 2L Buffalo 4 Colgate g Harvard 31 -Brawn 19 Plena State 44 Haiy Cron 34 Columbia ZL Penn 7 VUlaaova M Rrtgera 14 Syracuse 34 George Wash 4 Mutton 14 Yale 14 : Hudson scores McNames Shines Tech ‘Shotgun’ Downs Alaba ATLANTA Nov 17 Georgia Tech used a new shotgun offense and old reliable fullback Mike McNames today to upset tap-ranked Alabama 7-4 and hand the defending national champions their first football defeat in 37 games McNames a 196-pound senior intercepted a pus in the second period and raced 36 yards to the Alabama 14 Two days later he went nine yarda for a touchdown And in the fourth period his jarring tackle thwarted a two-point conversion try when Alabama went for broke after its touchdown and wound up in a state of defeat Alabama charged back furiously la a last-mlBute drive a ad readied Gw Tech 14 but defensive specialist Don Toner Intercepted a deflected pan with 31 seconds left to play and sealed tbe tremendous upset Tech employed a shotgun offense for the first time this year and it enabled the Yellow Jackets to control the ball in the first two quarters indirectly setting up their winning touchdown Tech backed Alabama into its territory and McNames inter cepted sophomore quarterback Joe Namith’s pass at the 40 to set up the killing score Alabama's touchdown in the final six minutes came after Tech quarterback Billy Lothridge fombled a snap from center on fourth down while back to punt He got tiie kick off but an official ruled his knee touched the ground at the Tech I Alabama took it over in four plays with halfback Cotton Clark towing his 14th touchdown of the season from the 3 Alabama refused to ge for a tie Jack Huribot sped la tee right behtad a eoavoy of Mockers for a two-point ceaveraka try bat McNames assisted by Results Oklahoma 13 Missouri 4 Mich State 3L Northwestern 7 Noire Dame 24 N Careiina 7 Iowa 24 Michigan 14 Iowa State 34 Kansu State 14 Kansu 33 California 2L Nebraska 14 Okla State 4 Okie State 34 Oregon 7 Miami (a) 34 Onehmatl 14 Dayton 4 Wichita 4 Toledo 34 Tuba 14 4 Carotba 24 Detroit IX SOUTHWEST Texu 14 TCU 4 Texu Tech 31 Colorado 11 Arkaasu 4 SMU 7 Rice 24 Texu AAM 4 FAR WEST Washington 34 UCLA 4 Southern Cal 11 Navy 4 Washington State 21 Malm 14 Arizona 7 Texu Western 4 Oregon State 34 Coin State U 14 Stanford 34 San Jow State 4 Young 14 WJamhu 1 for Vols over ‘Guy9 who ran 103 yards for Rebels tackle Ed Griffis met him at tee 1 with a crushing tackle The loss Alabama’s first since Tennessee boat the Crimson Tide early in 1960 may have affected Alabama's chance of going to the Orange Bowl but this waa not certain It was certain however that Tech would get a bowl plum aa an upset reward Both teams showed their new offensive wrinkles early Alabama started Buribut sad Namate and used uo fulbsek in tee opening minutes The Crimsons shifted late a sort of siagle-wing with Namate deep It didn’t bother Tech although Wildcats Miss Big Little Xavier Upsets Kentucky 14-9 LEXINGTON Ky Nov 17 (E — Xavier's Musketeers pulled one of the big upsets of the 1962 football season by defeating Kentucky 14-1 today The underdog Muskier outplayed in the first half bounced back behind a hard-charging forward wan led by Fred Reherman from Hardinsburg Ky and ran at will against listless Kentucky in the final two periods (Kentucky plays U-T at Knoxville next Saturday— THE EDITOR) Xavier put on the clincher late In tee game when fullback Jim Korb scored from two yards out capping a 61-yard drive Quarterback Walt Bry-niarskl gambled for a two-point conversion aad made it on a run Tbb gave the Musketeers a 14-7 lead Kentucky took the kickoff hut wu unable to move as Reherman led the stubborn line resistance Xavier took over and put its strategy to work Bryniarski with the ball on Xavier's 47 took the snap and to the amazement of everybody raced into the Xavier end zone far a safety There were only 12 left and Kentucky missed on ten pan attempts to go down to only their second kfcs in 21 games to Xavier In tee aeries finale Kentucky scored in the first period when quarterback Jerry Woolum hit end Bill Jenkins on an 18-yard pan play This drive covered 66 yarda in nine plays The Wildcats missed a golden opportunity In the final seconds af the half when they moved to Xavier’s l-foot line for a first down On the next play Woolum attempted a pitchouL It wu deflected In the air kicked back SEC Standings Turn W LT net SIT LSU Namate completed an 11-yard pass to halfback Cottoa Clark ea the first series of downs” Tech waited until late in the first period to launch its shotgun and it riddled the Alabama defenses Lothridge hit end Billy Martin for 30 yards halfback Tommy Jackson for 6 and halfback Joe Auer made a falling catch of a Lothridge pass at the side line to put the Yellow Jackets at the Alabama 16 Here Tech went into the conventional formation and Alabama halfback Butch Wilson intercepted Loth-ridge's pass at the 5 The Tech quarterback badly rushed overthrew Martin Chance to tee Xavier 26 and recovered by Xavier The Musketeers put their first touchdown on the board in the third when Korb pushed over from the 4 Xavier missed a two-point conversion try The drive went 66 yards in 14 plays In Battle of Defenses Minnesota Slips by Stubborn Purdue 7-6 MINNEAPOLIS Nov 17 (£) — Minnesota's passing attack largely ineffective much of the time struck like lightning for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter to give the Gophers a 7-6 victory over Purdue today Quarterback Duane B la ska ' able to complete only 6 of 30 passes to that point hit end Ray Zitzioff on a 39-yard scoring strike with 10:33 left in the game Colin Versich added the extra point to decide the titantic defensive struggle The Minnesota victory set up ext week's showdown for the Big Ten championship against Wisconsin at Madison Both are 41 in the conference Zitzioff took the bail away from two defenders Tom Bloom and Ronald Meyer at the Purdue 3 and slipped into the end zone for the game's lone touchdown Kicker Skip Ohl had staked Purdue to a 1-0 halftime lead with two field goals Ron DiGravio's short which Gopher Paul Ramscte fielded on a fair catch at the 31 act up the Gopher Moments earlier n punt by the Gophers’ Jerry Jones killed by Bob Prawdzik at the BaUeimaker 4 had planed Purdue deep far Its own territory Ohl's booming field goals from On the Air Vol Homecoming ‘Scared’ Ole Miss Still Wins 19-6 ’ Big Orange Battles Hard but Guy’s Run With Interception Shatters Victory Hopes (See another story an Page S) By MARVIN WEST Spectacular spoiler Louis Guy set Tennessee’s big pot of upset stew right off the stove and guided Mississippi safely out of Neyland Stadium yesterday and on to the Sugar Bowl Guy scored two touchdowns one an unbelievable crushing 103-yard run with an intercepted pass as the unbeaten Rebels hurdled the hard-hitting Vols 19-6 before 37166 well-watered fans The triumph coupled with Alabama’s loss gives Ole Miss the lead in the Southeastern Conference with one game to go The Homecoming setback leaves the Vols 1-5 in league play one stejup from the basement Conversion Run Fails Oa the last play of the first period Alabama gambled fourth down at midfield missed a first down by Tech returned to the shotgun and Lothridge passed and na tee underdogs to tee Alabama 22 In three plays Agate Tech weat to the air aad reached the 12 where Jordaa hurled Auer for a 9-yard loss Tech lost 10 more on the next play when a version of the old "Statue of Liberty” play went haywire Then Lothridge was short on a 43-yard try for a field goal Frank Sexton former Knoxville So strong wu Xavier's last-hatf defense that Kentucky picked up only nine yards on the ground and 56 yards pasting Xavier controlled the ball and never let Kentucky get out of its own territory in the third period the 26 and 37 got Purdue its M halftime bulge as the bruising Boilermakers crushed Minnesota's offensive efforts Purdue's two big lines cut the Gophers off with only 37 yards rushing the first half At the same time the Boilermakers forwards were slashing holes in Minnesota's proud defensive line for Purdue backs barreling through for consistent gains Purdue marched 63 yards to set up Ohl's first field goal Dave Ellison recovered a Bill Munsey fumble at the Gopher 21 to get the second three- Minnesota’s only first -half threat waa a 44-yard drive to the Purdue 14 But four plays later the Gopher were back on their 22 and Versich's field goal attempt from 38 yards was a bit short puanuE MINNESOTA PUR— l OM Sfc Zttttatt poM (r kick) The Statistics: 1 1 - !)-) FG CM m MINN— Ml EMM (Vmkk With their but effort of season behind them the Vote now must wipe off the mud and get ready for Kentucky next in a line of tough tests For a few mad minutes far the third quarter yesterday an Inspired Tennessee team threatened to cover ever their past shortcomings by gassing down the lofty Rebs bat Gay just wouldn't let it happen From a fumble recovery at the Ole Min 39 the Vote smashed relentlessly goalward as Maiion Fairdoth scattered Rebs left and right It wu third down on the Mississippi 4 Vol fans were chanting and Coach Johnny Vaught was biting his nails when disaster struck Fairdoth had a fine idea He waded to throw to John Hudson But Guy got in the way three yards deep in the end zone The Central High end ran 40 yards with a pass interception for Tech then fombled when hit An aroused Tech defense led by tackle Larry Stallings and guards Rufus Guthrie and Dave Watson kept Alabama backed into its territory throughout the first half Kentucky had the ball only three times in the final period but could move it no further than its own 44 Darrell Cox and Petty Bryant shared the honors for Kentucky each with 41 yards This was offset in the final statistics by Woolum who had a minus 54 yards rushing XAVIER I S— 14 KENTUCKY I S S- KYs-Jtnklni II pen fram Waskim (MnyMM kick) XKork (2 run (paw MM) X— Kart 1 run (Brynlartkl run) KY — Safety (Bryniankl tockM In end The Statistics: Xwv 14 H 74 4-11 1 Ml 1 17 Kf 17 31 111 VMS 1 4441 S nm Yard Ynrdi pairing Pmms MiffipM ky The Lineups: KENTUCKY NIB LH— Cm PICMtt MgyttMd FO— Bryant Pgmtt XAVIER CnkM Ragarr Rl RT— TkrM Run LN Eymdr M Fan Pgttf atastar’ Look What's Inside: Knights Held to 5-5 Tie Face t Rough Road ’ in EHL There's more sports news inside ICE HOCKEY: The Knoxville Knights Idd to 6-S tie last night at Greensboro face a "reugh rend” in the Eastern Hockey League this week Page 4 BASEBALL: Warren Giles says tee sale of tike Braves will stimulate baseball in Mihraakee Page 1 BILLIARDS: Women dean akirta and dean neck put pool bustiers on run Page 4 FBO FOOTBALL: Baltimore Colts "challenge” undefeated Green Bay today Page 4 BASKETBALL: Val center Orb Bewitag aayo leaning new U-T e( leaning tadanefc Page 7-BOWUNG: Wooden phm are ahnort n tetag at tike put Page 4 OUTDOORS: “ “ 1 The Summary: MISS: Guy 4 pen Mm Gritting (Sui-Itvn kick) Gov ML pan InMrcmn— I nm MM) MISS: Rondo 1 ptungd (run MM) TENN: Hudmn M gam from Marion (kick MM) fleet wing back was already in go gear when the ball arrived and down the sidelines he romped without a Vol dose enough to shoot him much less knock him down This record-tying run wu enough to save the Rebels but not enough to kill the Vols' fierce determination Trailing by 19-0 in the final period Tennessee wu still scrapping and it paid off in a Bobby Morton-to-Hudson ID pan The biggest brawl ta years erupted after the Val touch-down Tempers flared benches emptied aad fiats feet aid headgears were mixed hi a wild eae-rmmder that reached from the 29 to tee end zone fence Starting in a downpour that lasted mart of the day the Vola made two big mistakes in the first minute First they took the wind instead id the football Sfter winning the coin toss Next they didn’t tackle Chuck Morris in time On the first play from scrimmage the Rebel sprinter dashed through tackle darted past Jerry Enslcy who wu coming up too fast and sailed on for 92 yards to the U-T 24 Only tremendous effort by end Hudson kept Moris from breaking open the game on this first try Big John overtook Morris and made the save stretching tong arms to their limit to grasp the Reb's shoulders Hudson’s play wu a delay Instead of a rescue Glyaa Grtf-flag took the visitors ta for tee TD ta Just a couple of minutes He passed nine yards to Morris down tee middle and ttea raa between end and tackle for eight An offside penalty tee first of 111 yards against tee Veto helped Far Ae points Griffing toned to Guy gotag toward tee corner The wing-back made the catch Just at tee goal look very easy Wes Sullivan booted tee extra point Fifteen yards for a foul had the Vols in more trouble before the kickoff and moments later they were mired even deeper George Canale after pausing with the bail five or six yards back in the end zone decided to run it out and got only to the 4 Two plays later George's quick kick wu blocked by Don Dickson and the Rebs took over at the U-T U Vol fans tried to hide behind their umbrellas as a Griffing -to-M orris pan moved to the t but the cards weren't stacked right for the Rebs this time Hero Hudson dropped quarterback Griffing with a thud at the 5 and Woody Dabbs let a sure TD pass slip through his fingers in the end zone Kicker Sullivan helped too missing a field goal from the 11 Given lease an life the Vols termed through Ole Mbs for 32 yards on four plays u Fairdoth d Cuale romped behtad Iferee blocking Maiion got even and teen nine despite an eight-man Rebd line Canale tagged on nine and Fairdoth See GUY’S Page i

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