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OQ5UNDAY, DEC. 5, 1965, Lake ChoHes American Press Colts Looking For Clincher By The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) --- If. will be H-hour in the National Football League's Western Conference Sunday. H stands for George Halas' hot and hard-nosed Chicago Bears and the hurting and home-team Baltimore Colls, which meet in the key game. Should Baltimore win and Green Bay lost to Minnesota, then the Colts will repeat as conference champions. But if Baltimore loses and Green Bay wins, then the Colts will be just one-half game ahead of the Packers and l'£ in front of the Bears with two games remaining. One of these two games has Green Bay at Baltimore Dec. 12. Other games Sunday feature the mad scramble for second place in the Eastern Conference. Washington is at Cleveland, which has clinched the eastern crown; Pittsburgh is at New York: Los Angeles plays at St. Louis; Dallas meets the Eagle in Philadelphia and Detroit is at San Francisco. New York, St. Louis and MONTE LtEDBETTER Cleveland Inks Ledbefler To Grid Contract i Monte Ledbetter, son of Mr. j and Mrs. Winner Ledbetter of West Lake, and a graduate of Northwestern Louisiana State College, has signed a contract to play professional football with the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League. The 180-pound 6-foot-2 flanker, a graduate of Roanoke High School, was the Browns' 10th draft choice, and the fifth drafted player signed by the Browns this year. Ledbetter was outstanding in track at Northwestern. He currently holds the Gulf States Conference record in the 100-yard dash and in the broad jump. San Francisco and Detroit virtually have no chance at second place in the West, but a San Francisco victory over the Lions could move the 49ers into a third place tie with Chicago if the Bears lose. Lutirell, Scoggins Top Bowling HONOR ROLL in I INE5- P. E. Luttrell 2i3, John Trchcm 601. Ledbetter was the llth draft choice of the Houston Oilers of the American Football League South Team Named For Senior Bowl MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Three All-America players head up the South squad announced Saturday for the 17th annual Senior Bow] football game in Mobile Jan. 8. They are Alabama center Paul Crane, Florida end Charley Casey and Tennessee linebacker Frank Emanuel. In addition, Auburn linebacker Bill Cody, Kentucky tackle Sam Ball and Mississippi guard Stan Hindman, all second-team All- Americas, were selected. Of the 27 players on the squad, 19 were dratted in the top five rounds by teams in the Nation and American Football league. Six were first-round draft chokes, including Texas A.&I. quarterback Randy Johnson, by Atlanta; Sam Ball, Baltimore; and Stan Hindman, San Fran- risco. all of Die NFL; and Ken- lucky" back Roger Bird, Mississippi back Buffalo; and , GRANDMOTHERS VoriKita Rlchordi, ~ Odwl Romero, Romero. 475 Team Gome: Richards, 226. Team Series: Romero 6Z2. GREINWICH BOWLARETTES Women's Gome: Murisf Scoswlns, l-wr Women's Series: ScooQlns fcl;/. i Team Garne: Four M'i ?'£ ; Team Series: Pour M's 202') You Can Count on T's ... Quality Costs IsV> More :>t Soars Remember ... NO MONEY DOWN j Washington are lied for second | i with .V6 records while Dallas j land Philadelphia arc one game! back. I In the American League, Buffalo plays at Houston and Denver is at Oakland in Ihc only games. The Colts, who handed Chicago its only loss in the last eight games Nov. 7, are four-point ' favorites to win again. j However, they are not as j healthy as (hey were Nov. 7. Linebacker Don Shinnick was lost for the season in the first Bear game, which the Colts won 26-21 after leading 17-0, and quarterback Johnny Unilas has been bothered by a bad back ever since. Defensive end Ordell Braase, who missed one game and was in for only two plays in the 24-24 tie with Detroit on Thanksgiving Day. again is a doubtful starter. Tackle Billy Ray Smith will move to Braase's spot if needed. And Guy Reese will take over at tackle. " Linebackers Dennis Gaubat and Ted Davis are set to play despite sprained ankles. The Bears, on the other hand have their bruising defensive unit in top shape. The only question mark on the offensive team is fullback Ron Bull, who has a leg injury. Green Bay will have the home field advantage in its must game against the Vikings. The Packers had a chance to move within one-half game ofj Baltimore last week but lost to the lowly Los Angeles Rams as their offense faltered once again. Although the Vikings have lost three straight by big scores, they could all but wreck Green Bay's title hopes if they catch the Packers looking ahead ioj their game with Baltimore. j Of the three teams tied for| second in the East, Washington probably will have the toughest assignment in Cleveland. i i The champion Browns won't '•• be lacking for incentive since it i will be their last appearance before the home folks this season, and their great fullback,] Jimmy Brown, is near ing anoth-1 er record. ; Jimmy has 19 touchdowns and j needs only two more to break j the season mark of 20 set last year by Baltimore's Lenny "Moore. He would like to do it at | home. 3-DAY PRE- CHRISTMAS SALE Hurry! 3 Days Only ;„ Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL 9pm ,..^,,.._ .....^JL™***^,. • --^^w, - .. a^^«Art«A«aii^^ SUNDAY, DEC. 5, 1965, lofca Charles American Press Oakland Aims To Bridge Gap Reg 1 Men's Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Reg. 2.98 67 S-M-L While they last!! 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But Blanda's seen him now, and the rest of the American Football League has been made aware of Todd's abilities by his vital contributions in the Raiders' attempts to overtake front- running San Diego in the Western Division race. The Raiders, with a 6-4-1 record, will continue Operation Overhaul in today's game against Denver. Buffalo, which already has clinched the Eastern title, will be at Houston In the only other game scheduled. The Chargers were 6-2-3 going into Saturday's game against New York. Todd, who became involved in one of last year's signing Incidents when ho chose to pass up another year of eligibility at Arizona State to play pro football, at first was unable to crack the Raiders' starting backfield with Clem Daniels and Roger Hagberg holding the running back spots. But Todd went to work three weeks ago, and in two games has gained 163 yards in 28 carries for a 5.8 average, caught five passes for Gl yards and climbed into the No. 5 spot in kickoff returns with 11 for 268 yards and a 24.4 average. In doing so, he has given every indication that he is following in the footsteps of two other players \vho were in the same Arizona Stale backfield — Tony Lorick, now with the Bam- more Colts, and Cliarlie Taylor of Washington, the Rookie of the Year in the National League last season. Todd joins Fred Biletnikoff, a flanker who has caught 21 passes for 315 yards in five games for the Raiders, as Oakland's late entries in the AFL'S Rookie of the Year derby. Others considered among the top rookies are quarterback Joe Namath and defensive end Verlon Biggs of New York, tight end Jim Wbalen of Boston, Kansas City flanker Otis Taylor, tight end Paul Costa of Buffalo, San Diego running back Gene Foster, linebacker John Brara- lett and running back Wendell Hayes of Denver. New York for the runner-up Denver, 4-7 and last in the West, has put together a strong running attack with Hayes and Cookie Gflchrist but the Broncos have not had consistent quarterbacking. The Bills will try Bobby Smith at halfback with Wray Carllon moving to the fullback spot and Billy Joe getting a rest since they have clinched their second straight Eastern title. The Oilers, in a battle with New York for the runner-uv spot in the East, have been employing both Blanda and sophomore Don Trull at quarterback. ASKETBALl IT'S MAGIC — That's what Marques Haynes and his "Fabulous Magicians" will perform with a basketball at a 2 p.m. exhibition today at the Sacred Heart gym. 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LaGrange held down the top spot in Junior High action with a perfect 6-0-0 mark. Welsh was .second wilh a 5-1-0 record. Scorino Title NEW YORK (AP) - Howard Twiliey, Tulsa's little end with the big list of records, is the first player to win the major college football scoring and pass receiving championships in the same season. The 1965 All-America end, who stands just 5-foot-10, scored 127 points and caught 134 passes for J.779 yards aid 16 "touchdowns in 10 games. Statistics released Saturday by the National Collegiate Athletic Association showed Floyd Little, Syracuse's bre_akav?ay halfback, second in scoring with 114 points while Chuck Hughes of Texas Western was the runner-up in receiving with 70 catches for 1,519 yards and 12 touchdowns. Besides his touchdowns, Twil- iey got his other points on 23 of 29 conversion kicks and four two-point conversion catches. Last year when he also won the receiving crown, he missed the scoring title by one point The senior from Galena, Tex., also set eight major-college pass-catching records. They are: Most passes caught in a ! game, 19; caught in a season, 134; caught in a career, 261; j touchdown passes caught in a (game, 5; season TD receptions. j 16; career TD receptions, 32; i pass-receiving yards in a sea- 'son, 1,779; and career pass receiving yards, 3,34',!. SCORING TDS PAT FG TP I. TwWey, TuUo ......... 1* 31 0127 1. Lttlle, Syracuse ....... l» 0 0 1H 3. Anderson, Tex. Tech ..17 0 0 102 4. Garret!, So. California 14 0 0 9A 4. Shivers, Utah Stole ____ 16 0 0 9t> 4. Jackson, Marshall ..... M 0 8 « i. Burnelt, Arkansas ..... H 0 (1 ff> 8. MrOonoIrt, Idaho ...... H n 0 '0 9. Harrawoy, Sun Jose 51. 14 0 0 34 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. S. 4. 7. I B. I 9. ; 10. Gogolok, Princeton ....0 33 16 81 PASS RECEPTIONS G P Yd>. TOS Twllley, Tulsa ...... 10 1.1) 1.779 I* Hughe-,, Te»as West 10 79 1,51? 12 Sweeney, Tubn ...... 10 73 833 8 Love, North Tex. St. 10 7< »94 7 Pearrt, WmiMary . . 10 41 796 6 McLean, Teicis A— M 10 60 MS 3 Anderson, Tex. Tech 10 60 757 7 , . Casey, Florida 10 58 SO? 8 LCRC YOUTH FOOTBALL [Final Standings] PEE WEE Reg. 7.98 Electric Sander & Seat Belts * v 25 only 14.99 Electric Drill 34™ Reg. 49.98 Reg. 4.83 r Ook ParK , Doitiy 1 OLQH College Oo Greinwlch 1 Henry I Burbe i Coo!ey - St. Moraarct |ICS Roilrcl . • OI QH H'-ilr / H?! f' 1 Iv S . . • ' Tooify •' r«!!eg» Oot.. i >i on 0 0 1 3 3 a 7 T Pet CB 470 .950 .900 .814 _ .727 0 Ml 0 MS 0 .364 . ~0 .300 0 JMO 0 .111 MIDGET W L T .. . H 0 0 10 1 0 ft 7 2 I 4 0 .. . ; t o .i 4 1 .... 4 4 J .1 S S JUNIORS .*, S .... « I i I 3 I Pet, i ooo .909 ,7W -436 .636 .MO 500 .313 .fir .227 Pel. -MJ . .til ,6« _'>00 1 3 4 6 A fi' i 7',-j 08 1 31 i 4 4 SVJ 9 GB , ...... Lane, Baylor ........ 10 56 tii 3 Clone-/, Mlihlann .... 10 S2 741 5 Purdue Bops Detroit In Cage Contest LAFAYKTO/;. I rid. lAP) Purdue dug out of a 12-point halftone tiole ;.(it| fR-at Detroit B2-75 &i ; !ird;-iy tn even its record for ttw> basJvctbJill season at 1-1. Dave Sdwlllwse led the Boil- i enuakers with 35 points, hitting ! 12 of 20 shots from the field and ; 11 of 12 tree throws. Lou Hvatt :got 22 lor Detroit on 1! of 25. Tlie Titarij buil' up a 4iV-34 halftime lead, but Purdue cli(jj.^>ed away at it and caught : up at 63-61. The Boilermakers j went ahead at 71H59 on a jump 'shut by -.even-foot George 'Gram;; and lal the r^st oi the SHOP AT SEAKS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back Have Your Car Serviced at O M Automotive Center While Christmas Shopping at Sears JUNIOR HIF-H W I (•- 0 SI 1 Pet. 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