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10 tHt RtVaoitk-NfcWS — Ml. VfcKNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, DtCtMBhKS^I963_ Bears, Packers Have One To Go Giants And Steelers Play Winner-Take-All The Pittsburgn Steelers,] 3 GAMES THIS THURSDAY NIGHT, stopped on fourth down every t A / A • , ii i« A , Wayne City Wins Again, Hosts 17-Team Tourney KENTUCKY ROUGHS UP N'WESTERN Standing On His Head To Score time they've been close to the National Football League throne room, have faked their way into a winner-take-all battle at New York and a shot at grabbing their first Eastern Conference title. The Steelers had the clock and the scoreboard stacked against them at Dallas Sunday, trailing 19-17 with only 3!a minutes to go while the Giants' 44-14 victory over Washington already had been posted. And the Steelers were locked on 1eir own 16, fourth down and 14 to go. Pittsburgh quarterback Ed Bears Face Final Test Coach Benny Grcenwalt's Wayne City Indians, who racked up Enfield 68-50 on the weekend for their fifth victory \A/'j.L | • ,'of the campaign, will be top- W Itn LlOnS ' seeded entry in their own 10th annual Christmas Holiday tour- Rupp's Wildcats Gallop 95-63; Kansas Ends Cincy Streak. By TED MKIKR Associated Press Sports Writer Adolph Rupp hasn't exactly changed his mind about his University of Kentucky basketball Associated Press college basket- games impressively, but he's wavering. When., ltis Wildcats were ranked ninth in the pre-senson veer record said after his 'i>ys ball poll the cagey Baron of the Blue Grass said he thought they were over-rated. Tlie veteran coach, who has a Brown went back into punt Do.lt-Yonrsplf Rminc M„<=* ne y whlch °P ens th,s Thursday formation, faked a kick, then, Y ° ur i® ,r ° ru, »s Must niah , r y whipped a 42-yard pass to Red; Win Or Tie For Title. I Mack. The Steelers kept the | — The Dahlgren Bulldogs wlil < remarkable 687-134 won-lost ca drive going until Theron Sapp; B mr AIO(VlllfI be defending champions of this f r ^ er recorrf said aftcr hls boys bolted 24 yards off right guard I u . ilc | B Yrf fw ^ u- .. ' . v ™r's Wnvne Citv meet which whi PP cd Virginia and Texas for the deciding touchdown with j CHICAGO 7 \P. P ™ / 7 i h;ls expanded from Jfi to n Tech: "We may get hurt on 1:53 left-his first TO as a : vo „ " if hrt h». » • . entries with the addition of St man - v occasions due to the lack The Steelers, unable to win ai' Bears & their pursuit of the division crown since they en tered the league in 1933, now are 7 -3-3 to the Giants' 10-3. Pittsburgh must beat New York to Western Division title in the National Football League. With only one game remain- \ ; ing. the Bears arc faced with win the title while the Giants j either tying or defeating Detroit can clinch their third straight; next sundav or possiblv seeing Eastern championship with ei-| a tremendous season-long effort 1 ther a victory or a tie. 1 ... The situation is much 'wasted with a second-place fin- tte | i s h. The tourney gets underway with three games this Thursday night, starting at 0 p. m. Allendale meets Dahlgren in the .ipener, Crab Orchard plays Crossville at 7:30. and Carterville meets Wnndliuvii at 9 p.m. Two games Friday, starting same in the West, where the I There's also a possibility that at S: nlatcn Equality vs. Wal- Chicago Bears lead at 10-1-2 | spitP lin ^,g the ba]) ov •, thp , tonville and Sesser vs. Cisne. after avenging tlieir only defeat by downing San Francisco 27-7. Green Bay is a half-step back at 9-2-1 following a 31-14 romp Green Bav next Saturday, assur-1 , 0 '' Saturday night Enfield ing the Bears of the crown. But ^pmpsonviUc and host nobody is willing to buy that. At! ^L^'^^ least not after what the 49ers' tne Allendale-Dahlgren opener, over Los Angeles in a Saturday, sUowed againsl , he Bears Su ,;, First-round action winds up game d'iv i next Monday night when JM- The Packers, seeking an un- V rhc Bears still managed a 27-7 I vol \ ad !?».f 1ac ^ lc ' s . Fl " ancisv > 1 . ,e precedented third consecutive ( ^ °PP oses the ^: BI £reT }p h ac,ion wi.l be fSSLH^^^L SSlSTwed Pun* were^sed Chicago loses. The Bears canlbecause of j^.. M ,.clinch either with a tie or a vfc-1 j^f™ ' c,ay niRilts ' Senlifinals wi " be tory against Detroit. , A 5'i.yard run on their first Tnui ' Kda . v a < 6; -'5 and 8:15, then The Lions knocked Cleveland | n]a „ f^, „.,.m-.„,oov, h„ u-;iii„ i the consolation and champion- out of the Eastern race Sunday by rolling to a 38-10 victory that continued their hex over the play from scrimmage bv Willie i «nn champion- Galiore gave the Bears'a leadigjP 2 ^ ames on Friday mght they never yielded. But the Bears, who seldom' j guides to our future chances." J i Rupp was referring to the; ! ™ames with Northwestern and (North Carolina. His boy.s I trounced Northwestern 93-63 [Saturday night for their third, j straight. victory... The North ! Carolina test comes tonight at ' Lexington, Ky. , On the basis of their first j three games Rupp shouldn't have many sleepless, nights. Cotton Nash and Ted Deeken starred against Northwestern just as they did against Virginia and Texas Tech. They combined , for 36 points against the Big Ten club, Deeken with 29 and Nash 1 27. Kentucky's turnabout from its so-so—for., the.. Wildcats—16-9 record of last season has been the highlight so far of the new collegiate campaign.. Chicago Loyola. No. 1. and NYU. No. 2, eacli have won twice, but the Ramblers and the Violets were hardly extended by North Da Clock Stops Cadets 21-15 jf Army Coach Can't See 1 How Navy Downed Pitt Army quarterback Carl Stiehweh winds up head down and feet up with the ball tucked securely in his grasp to M 'ore against the Navy in the 64th annual service academy classic at Philadelphia, Dec-. 7. Navy hack Pat Donnelly (38) is at leTt with Army back Ray Pnsko. (37) un ground at right. Navy won, 21-15. (Al> Wirephnto) Decisions Dick Tiger Joey Giardello New Middleweight King Browns. And St. Louis, the only; nave looked like a championship other Eastern team that went,team on offense. into action alive, was eliminatel despite a 38-14 thumping of Phil- played anything but outstanding ball. In addition they were guilty of adelphia built on Charlie John- j numer0Us j„- ega , mot j^'penal' ! sons four touchdown passes, •-- • •* In the only game on the week Wayne City led all the. way in downing Enfield for its fifth triumph. The Indians' lone sctbnek was administered by Fairfield. ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. (APt-i To freshly crowned champion' Joey Giardello, the middle- i weight title moans vindication, j redemption, and most impor-! tant, a better life for his wife i and three children. This is what I dreamed of end program that did not have a bearing on the title races. ties due to linemen pulling out too quickly. and Tulsa, respectively. The Duke Blue Devils, ranked fourth, won the Centennial Clas-i, , sic at Morgantown, W.Va.. bvj 1 " 1 1 neve, thought I d get h<- edging No. 7 Ohio State 76-75 1 »•*?'"• GiaKMIo. , „ , ,and then coming from behind tol w . hn ™]^ vcd >'«na n Dick- Terry Dawson topped Coach defeat West Virginia 86-81 in I Tiger Saturday night. , Greenwalts winners with a 20- 1 Saturday's final. ! ."Now. maybe, people will stoj Against ^another _ team other : Poinl^productmm Steve ^Stutts i Kansas'.. Jayliawks. and the iSun Devils of Arizona State had 17 and David Rost 13 throwing up the past, and may be they'll just look at me as the champion. That's the way I'd a Bearing on ine nue ww».|than the 49ers. such a perlorm- i°^ y sing ra SlHmore%o i 41 -W f'^ 1 " taI :,moved into a more prominent wBh?ri Mtoesotl ! S 'lwch rs 'Xfea^ °f 3 " SCOred i spot in the national picture with • like it to h, victory wer Houston. Oakland havc (0 p]ay hmtcr ball. It Thursday ta WhealshocKeis. I.,; Cards Romp 38-/4 But Lose Race Charley Johnson For 315 Yards TD's. ST. LOUIS (APi By WILL GRIMSLKY Associated Press Sports Writer PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Navy is convinced it has the No. 1 college football team in the country—and can prove it in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas on New Year's Day—but there are some folks up at West Point who need a little more persuasion. "For the life of me. I don't see how tills team beat Pittsburgh," said a bitterly disappointed Coach Paul Dietzel of Army after seeing the upset hopes of his Black Knights die with the clock on the Navy two- yard line last Saturday at Philadelphia Stadium. So the Midshipmen came off with their fifth straight triumph over their service rivals 21-13 and a chance to play top-ranked, unbeaten Texas in the Cotton Bowl. Coach Wayne Hardin of Navy refused to exult over the shaky, controversial triumph, but at the same time he refused to m;ikc any conccssioas to detractors of All-America quarterback Roger Staubach and company. "We didn't play our best game against Army, and Army was tremendous—superb in every respect," Hardin said. "Nevertheless, we won and I still tliink tesc boys of mine are the best in the country." Dietzel, so heartbroken over the loss that he couldn't talk for a half hour, refused to agree. He saifl he thought Pitt; which best Army 28-0 and lost to Navy 21-12, was better. "I wish we could have gotten off that one last play," the Army coach said. "Then, I would have felt better about it. They might have held us. We might have scored. Either way, we would have had a firm decision. "Now it will always haunt us. We'll never be fully convinced that Navy beat us." The tense game, played befor a somber crowd of 102,000 in dedication to the late President John F. Kennedy, ended in a state of high excitement and Passes confusion. And 4 Trailing 21-7 in the final peri- ;od, Army smashed to a second I touchdown and then made a 'daring two-point convcreion on a run by quarterback Carl Stich CENTRALIA HERE TUESDAY NIGHT Ml Carmel Nips Warriors 83-82 In Overtime Match By GEORGE MOORK >iing 28 t.wo-pnlnlers in 70 tries Gale Bcesley sank a pair of i for an even .400 mark, free throws in the final seconds j Wabash Jr. College, after of an overtime to lead his Wa-1 dropping a 146-19 decision to bash Junior College of Ml. Car-; Centralia Jr. College, now posts mel to a 8.3-82 victory over Mt. ,a 1-1 record for season play. The The St. Vemon Community College in Vernois Gym Saturday night. The thrilling clash was nip and tuck all the way and at no time j did more than nine points sepa-1 rate the two teams. Mt. Carmel | led 27-19 midway in the firs) half and the locals enjoyed three-point margins late in the final half. Mt. Carmcl's Viscminls controlled both boards in tlie rebounding department early in the game. The Viscounts led easily at first as ball-handling mistakes hampered Mt. Vernon's Warriors. Ml. Vernon trailed at. hnlftimc, 43-4(1. Merle McRaven, veteran Warrior guard, led the return charge in the second half as his lay-ups following ball thefts tied the score at 61 -61. The lead changed hands several times in closing minutes of play before Roger Woodrome's field goal, with six seconds of regulation time remaining, sent the game into overtime. But I he Warriors fell on the short end of the 83-82 score as fouls during the game took their toll. A total of 60 fouls were called during the match •-• 33 on the locals and 27 on the Viscounts. Denny Barnard, Gary Whipple, Gary McKinney, and McRaven all left the game via the foul route for the Warriors. Leroy Wirth and Craig Reisingcr each drew five fouls for the visiting Mt. Carmel quintet. McRaven and Woodrome the big guns in Mt. Vernon's attack with 26 and 21 points respectively. Whipple contributed 14 tallies and pivotman Craig Cunningham finished with 13 points. Beesley paced Wabash Junior College with 23 points and Wirth added 21 counters. Kent Smith and Norman Duncan also hit in double figures for the Viscounts with 15 and 12 points respectively. loss was the locals' second without a win and Mt. Vernon will host Centralia on Tuesday night. BOX SCORE Mt. Carmel Bcesley — Wlrlh Relsinger Smilh Ouncnn Dflvls Ooinns ; TOTALS i Ml. Vernon Woodrome _ McRaven ... Cunningham Rarnnrd — Whipple .... Entemsn ... Fowler Monfort — McKinney - TOTALS FO 1 . 1 FT TP 11-11 W 5-13 (VI 5-7 4-« 1-1 1-3 51 4 IS 11 1 S It 274B <3 FG <t . 7 . ft 1 . i . I) . n . o . 1 FT TP 3-8 21 1J-16 l-« 1-3 }-3 an oo o-o l-i 26 13 3 14 0 0 0 s 31 20-37 «] Score (it hall: Mt. Carmel *X Ml. Vernon 40. Score at end ot regulation time: Mt. Carmel 77, Mt. Vernon 77. Second Crown For Tom Davis CINCINNATI (AP) - Tommy Davis' second straight National League baiting championship was confiimed Sunday with the release of the final official averages (or 1063. Davis, 2-1-year-old Los Angeles Dodgers' otil fielder, had a .32(5 average last season and finished six points in front of Pittsburgh's Roberto Clemente, the liXil tillcholder. Clcmcnte's .320 mark was followed by the .319 averages compiled by both Hank Aaron of Milwaukee, the 1959 batting king, and Dick Groat of St. Ixwis. who won the 1960 crown while with Pittsburgh. Aaron, the Braves' veteran kept its Western title hopes alive by drubbing favst-place San Diego 41-27. Buffalo crushed New- York 45-14 and Kansas City trounced Denver 52-21. The Cowboys built a 19-17 lead after three quarters with Sam Baker kicking 53 and 46 yard field goals and Don Meredith scurrying short yardage for two touchdowns. Brown had kept the Steelers close with two touchdown passes, 5 yards to Buddy Dial and 28 to Preston Carpenter while Lou Michaels kicked a 24- yard field goal. Y. A. Tittle tied his season record of 33 touchdown passes by hitting Frank Gifford with an eight-yarder and arching a 57- yarder to Joe Morrison, but it was the Giant defensive unit that turned in most of the scor- is possible they might have been looking ahead, but that is doubt- Saturday's College Basketball mi, since a victory over San Bv Tiff; ASSOCIATED PRESS Francisco was a must following E\ST Green Bay's 31-14 triumph over Providence 67," St. Francis 56 Los Angeles Saturday. St _ Bonaventure 79, Tulsa 64 So tar as Detroit is concerned, j owner-coach George Haias of: the Bears is mum. Silence is golden as far as were concerned this week,' said Halas. "We'll be in good shape for Detroit. Some of our hoys who were suf fering this i week proved they are fine in the < San Francisco game." As wobbly as the Bear offense was, the defense again was tre- j mendous as the secondary inter- 1 cepted four San Francisco pass-' es. Richie Petitbon snared two, Dave Whitscll one and Roosevelt Taylor grabbed one 66 Canisius 99. lona 72 Penn New ?8 Penn State 91. Maryland 62 Villanova S3. St. Peter's 42 Niagara 66, LeMoyne 53 Seton Hall 65, Holv Cross 63 Yale 61, Connecticut 60 Bron 66. Amherst 19 N. Hampshire 75, Dartmouth C'l'll/.\ or it." ght years ago Giardello was Kansas ended a 90-gamc home , convicted of assaulting a serv- winning streak for Cincinnati: j t . r station ntiend.'uii He was with its 51-17 triumph over the j sentenced to six to IS months Bearcats on six free throws by: b ul u - as paroled after serving Walt Wesley, George L'nseld and I three, in a move to hasten his Al Correll. Art Becker's 36 j rehabilitation, the Pennsvivania points led the sixth-ranked Sun .Athletic Commission restored Devils to their 93-87 conquest of | his boxing license Wichita, Dave Stallworth tossed ! H 0 fought his wav back to the in 43 points for the Shockers who i t0 p am i a title fight with Gene lost their second straight. ; Fullmer on April 20, 1960. The, pointment Ohio Slate took the consolation , blmwly brawl wound up a draw, i or second prize m. the Centennial Classic «i | hoilK | lt j won it nnd i; ', by nipping St. Johns, of New j thought, too I'd never get another chance," said Giardello to- Louis Cardinals ran off the field well to make it 21-15, outfielder, tied Willie McCovey Coach Wayne Arnold's War- \ of Sati Francisco for the home Sunday with a !>S-1-1 victory over Philadelphia and a fain! _ hope; captured possession of the ball or the Las ern Division title in perfectly executed on-side Die National rootball League. , kwk |hc ' n (kow fo| , wha( .Moments later, only l he vie-'could have been the decisive tory remained as Pittsburgh de- 1 touchdown. With less than" five minutes to! ri ? r 'l h»SSod 31 field goals out: run lead with -II. topped the plav the underdog Cadets re-1 °' So s,10ts f° r n respectable circuit in runs batted m for the •365 average. However, the visi- third time with 130 and runs tors fared much better by gath-1 scored, 121. feat eel Dallas and eliminated the i Cardinals from the race. "I'd have sworn before the season a 10-1 record would win it." Cardinal Coach Wally Lemm aid, shaking his head in disap- now it's only good The clock was ticking off the ; S final seconds as the Cadets, led j w by the superb iron-man quarterback Stiehweh. moved inside the five. Then, they had a final down with two yards to go. Their time-outs exhausted, ing against the Redskins. Dick i 'Y'"' .S^""Ill ,^£3 Lynch scored on a 42-yard. tun | ^1 ^0^ ^ Texas-Navy Match Fills Bowl Lineup with an interception, Jim Katcavage Teturned a fumble 10 yards for a touchdown and Sam Huff rambled 36 yards with another interception. The Bears, upset by the 49ers 20-14 for their only loss, moved ahead to stay this time on the first play from scrimmage as Willie Galimore raced 51 yards for a touchdown. The Packers trailed the Rams < Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 14-10 going into the third period,' 'Thankful Navy, which kept its but Jim Taylor then swept 40 ; pride intact bv two yards and a yards for. a touchdown. and • t j e k, is all set up tor a show- Green Bay was never headed. cj oun w j,h mighty Texas in the The Lions, winning their ninth Middies' attempt to prove Coach Ten^'qi' in 10 games with iho Browns, j Wavne Hardin's contention i en ' started quickly on Earl Mor-1 ,h ev - re the best in the land, rail s «o-yard touchdown pass o • N socom , (o ^ ferry Barr. fhey built a U-I0 !among the nation 's college foot- Columbia 56, Williams 52 Gomel S7, Colgate 6S Boston U. 77. Harvard 66 Fordham 78. Rhode Island 76 !in a row. Syracuse 91. Buffalo 69 < — SOUTH N. Carolina 77. Indiana 70 Bradley S7, Murray, Kv. 78 N.C. State 56, Wake Forest 53 (oil S. Carolina 77. Georgia 60 Virginia 91, Richmond 71 The Citadel 6S, Clemson 57 Woffoiti SO, Furman 74 Davidson 88, St. Joseph 77 Vanderbilt 82, W. Kentucky 60 Louisville 77, Ky. Wcsleyan 71 Dayton 83. E. Kentucky 72 Florida State 69, Auburn 67 Miami, Fla. 95. Florida 79 Memphis St. 79, Mississippi 57 Mis. State 8-1, Louisiana Coll. 67 Alabama 99, Howairl. Ala. SS Morehead. Ky. 96, Middle York 66-64. No. S Michigan was idle Saturday, but the Wolverines beat Tulane and Nebraska earlier in the week. Unbeaten Oregon State, No. 10, thumped Washington 91-60 for its fourth The day. "Bui Tiger is like me—he he fights everyone—an me the shot. I'm him the shot right back. First, the rave complished on Charley Johnson's four touchdown passes and i a pass rush that kept three onna give | f . ;ag|o qual . (in . backs off balance „„„. . . . all day. left them at 9 - I punch-scarred vct-; witll only no;U Su „ day . s Ramp ; agaiast Dallas remaining. j eran of 15 years in the ring said i he was going to rest and spend THE PREP SCORES Pittsburgh, 59 halftime lead, then broke it open : lv ,i, JL n ._ „.,.„ nn j „.:,i~ 1S > with 17 points in the third quai^ I J.t if ^v 1 ter on Morrall's 29-yard pass to: 'TL? H T' l)™? 1,1 ^ j", 1 "! Gail Cogdill. Wayne Walker's I "f' s "™* cla f'f J 11 Ph | ""P . 1 " ! Green 81 field goal and » recovery of a I p ,^ Ull ,' V1 , ancl , "njl ^iately, Pm due 81. Nebraska 7i MIDWEST Chgo. Loyola 100, Kent State Kansas 51, Cincinnati 47 Kentucky 95, Northwestern 63 Michigan State 104, Bowling | time with his family. ' "I'm confident I'll beat him ] again." said Giardello. "Before I Saturday I fought that fight over I in my mind a hundred times land It always came out the, . same wav-mp winning. I was, at Washington could give them in the best shape of mv life. For i undisputed possession of second this fight, Sonnv Liston couldlP'ace. A tie for second with New have been in there with me. I York or Cleveland would give "Tiger did everything 1 ex- j those clubs the runncrup bowl peeled him to do and I had the: spot. answer for every move. After A NFL ruling decides second the 11th round Ihe guys in my • place by point comparisons. A corner said 'Joey, you're the two-way lie is decided on the Springfield -14._Champaign 10 , (tampion.' I actually cried. point comparisons belween (he "Then in the 15th Tiger put up ; two in their two games with his hands and waved for me 1o j each other. A three-way tie is come in. He could h;ive waved j decided on over-all point totals. But Lemm could not be tool Streator 63, St. Bede 55 Bloom 60. Bremen 50 1 Dundee 77. Barrington 60 j Decatur MacArthur 50, Kan j kakee 42 Hoopeston 4fi, Schlarman 44 Washington ! and probably noi! Stiehweh motioned desperately S to the officials to stop the clock Cardinals' triumph, ac-! lln,il [hc noise subsided so that his players could hear the signals. "We were running an automatic series," Dietzel lamented later. "When Stiehweh asked, the officials to wait for quiet, they j should have stopped the clock, bul they didn't. "We lost about 15 seconds. The clock was still running." Slichweh called an off-tackle play. The ball never got off the ground. The game was over. Navy's Coach Hardin and his stars fullback Pat Donnelly, who scored three touchdowns, and quarterback Staubach, refused to exult over the close triumph. "1 feel very humble" Hardin said. "Army played a terrific game." for him J-3, plays New York. 10-3. with the winner getting the championship. The Cardinals have no chance for first place and only a Giant victory and a Cleveland defeat East Peoria 64 62 (otl Pekin 65. Canton 49 _^Peoria Limestone 59, Kcwanee un ' t 'j'i tn ' e " n '^ x wasn't"com" 53 ....... ing in " Central Peoria 49, Springfield Lanphier 35 Sterling 73, DeKalb 60 Rock Falls 61, Mt. Morris 53; Fn zone IU KUrtl itliU <l ITCUlflV Ol ill' , , II, I n i ' • 1 UlUUi: .M-UI clSI\« ank Ryan fumble in tne end :'. lccelMe 5 i a ,™ to ?!»>',«io Lo" 3 '! Ohio U- 77. Wisconsin ne by Darris MeCord. |» orn , s 'n ?, alla , s thc Motion; Iowa 75, Evansvile 72 76 Johnson passed for all but one | Bowl New Year's Da v. „. ...... ; DePaul as, Calif.-Davis 59 of the Cardinals touchdowns, hit- j Th ^ 1 '™ e L plil5 ' lll!: boforo a ' Kansas State 68, St. Louis 67 ting Bobbv Joe Conrad on plays' 01 ?™. 01 10 -'? 00 and a national; s. Methodist 83, Oklahoma 72 covering 43 and 17 yards, com- i television audience, moved into: Drake 81, Iowa State 67 bining with Joe Childress on a a 21 ** Iead <xiore Army started; Missouri 89, Washington (St. 78-varder and connecting with 1 back 10 tnP folll t !l quarter. The I Louis) 63 Sonnv Randle on a 5S-\ard«\ ;Cadets drove tor a touchdown, \V. Michigan S4. Marquette 83 most of the 15 rounds in Convention Hall. Tiger stalked and Giardello moved. Thc 34 -year-old Dixon 63, Freeport -13 [defender was sluggish and er- Elmhurst York 72, West Au-) ractic . n P missed often as Gi- rora 53 „, . j Ardello danced out of range, East Aurora 60, West Chicago j Ebbing, hooking nnd cuffing as 58 ;he moved. Proviso East 57, Thornton al ; p„(„,.„„ p ;U il Cavalier, the That's thc wav it went for ^Pointed He admits a 10-1 ' mark for the Cardinals—should Referee only official, had Giardello, a 3-1 underdog, the winner by a rounds score of S-5 with two Unitas .completed ..17 of ..21 passes for 314 yards and three touchdowns before relinquishing the Colt controls to rookie Garv and a two-point conversion, executed an on-side kick and were left stranded on the Navy two as the clock ricked off the last Cuozzo in the fourth quarter.! second. The touchdown passes went 61 '"< Navy's quick Cotton Bowl ac- i and 21 yards to John Mackey' ceptance after its fifth straight j and 24 yards to Ray Berry. ! triumph over Army, left the 1 * major bowl line-up looking like: National Football League this: Eastern Conference .IAN. I Shelbyville 77, Lakeview 70 Quincy 72, DuSablc 46 LaSalle-Peru 74, Ottawa 7 (3 ot) Mattoon 76. Chicago Wells 47 j Cy^ n - , Mo , st of the boxing writers Herrin 71, Zeigler-Rovalton 37 d Slmil "r scores. Sparta 50, Chester 35 Detroit 107, Christian Bros. 74 j Benton 72, Johnston Citv 64 , Toledo 7S. S. Illinois 58 • Sesser 67, Carbondale Univer- 1 Miami, Ohio 86. Bal State SO | sity School 61 SOUTHWEST Carbondale At tucks 71, Chris-1 Arizona State 93. Wichita 87 | topher 54 i Shaw nee 52. Murphysboro 43 .700 W L T Pet New York ....... 10 3 0 .769 Pittsburgh 7 3 3 St. Louis 9 4 0 Philadelphia . 2 9 2 Western Conference Green Bay 10 2 1 Rose—Illinois, 7-1-1, vs. Washington, 6-4. Orange—Nebraska, 9-1, vs. .692 : Auburn, 9-1. .182 Cotton-Texas, 10-0, vs. Naw, Texas 95. Tulane 63 Rice 87, Louisiana State 72 Houston 73, U. of Pacific 64 N. Texas St. 88, Trinity, Tex. 6-1 V.VR WEST Oregon St. 91, Washington 60 UCLA SO.Outler 65 Brigham Young 74, S. California 67 Okla. City 80, Denver 6 Steelvllle Tournament Steelville 73, Marissa 66 (final) Trico 63, Coltcrville 45 (third place) Belleville 59, Cahokia 56 Alton 72, Jacksonville 59 Carlyle 71, Vandalia 69 Joppa 63, Pope County 71 MT. VERNON GRADE SCHOOL SCORES Thursday's (iumes Hall 24, Franklin 10 West Salem 31. Lincoln 24 l'Mdny Onme Edison IS, Mann 15 I hey whip Dallas—is more than they expected before the season. Johnson and thc Cardinal defense, performing during driving snow flurries that nearly obscured the field at times, gave St. Louis a shot at (hat mark. Johnson found Bobby Joe Conrad six times for 122 yards and two scoring strikes of 43 and 17 yards He hit Sonny Randle three times, including a 58-yard touchdown toss, and connected with fullback Joe Childress on two tosses, including a play that went 78 yards for a score. In all. Johnson completed 14 of 29 p;:ses for 315 yards. Conrad's catches gave him 65 for the season, tops in the league and most ever by a Cardinal receiver in a single season. 7-0-2 vs. 833 Sugar—Mississippi, Baltimore " 7 6 0 .538 Alabama, 7-2. Detroit 5 8 1 .417 DEC. M Los Angeles .... 5 S 0 -3S5 Sun Bowl — Southern Metho- Minnesota 4 8 1 .333 dist, 4-6, vs. Oregon, 7-3. San Francisco 2 11 0 .154; DEC. 28 Gator—North Carolina, vs. Air Force, 7-3. DEC. 31 Bluebonnet-LSU, 7-3, Baylor, 7-3. Liberty—North Carolina State, 8-2, vs. Mississippi State, 6-2-2. 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