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Holland Evening Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1963, Holland, Michigan FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1963 THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL PAGE THIRTEEN MSU and Illinois Ready for Clash EAST LANSING (UPD-The Big Ten football championship and a Rose Bowl opportunity rides on a single game Satur- day, Illinois at Michigan State. But there will be conference interest, top, in traditional games winding up the season for other teams. Michigan State, fifth ranked nationally, was a six point choice to defeat the Illini, rated eighth, and grab its first undis- puted Big Ten title and its third trip to the Bowl. Each has a 6-1-1 record. The Illini. one of the nation's toughest defensive teams, were rated capable of victory for their third bowl berth and sev- enth big Ten crown. Both Michigan State's Duffy Daugherty and Illinois' Pete Elliott expect a low scoring game since both teams feature defense. Michigan State ranks as the fourth best defensive team in the nation and the best in rushing defense, while Illinois with a standout pass defense as well, was 10th nationally in rush- ing defense. The game could wind up as a one victory since Illinois must play to win in order to grab the crown and the bowl. Michigan State can take both prizes with a win or tie. Thus the Illini, regardless of time left to play or the score, may be obliged to go for two point conversions. Illinois has tried three two-point conversions in Big Ten competition this year and has succeeded on two. The Spartans were rated as having a better chance to break the game open with speedster halfback Sherman Lewis, who weighs only 152 pounds Lewis has turned in five runs of more than 80 yards this year, either from scrimmage, with a pass or on a punt return, and rates as one of the league's top sprinters Illinois has no breakaway back of Lewis' speed, but sophomore Sam Price, a 200 pounder, has been regarded all season as a potential long gainer. Both have great fullback power, Michigan State in Roger Lopes and Illi- nois in sophomore Joe Grabow- ski The two teams have met six times previously, each team winning three games, and neither of the teams ever has won a road game. Last year Illinois won a 7-6 decision at Champaign In other games Indiana will try for its second straight win over Purdue, a slight favorite, to retain the Old Oaken Bucket: Wisconsin was a four point favorite to down Minnesota. Michigan was rated one point over Ohio State, and Iowa was a touchdown choice over Notre Dame Marv's Car Lot 29 19 Hekman Rusk 27 21 The Duds....... Jaarda's 25 23 Hilbink Kempker 21 Vz 26Vz Ottawa Oil 19 29 Sligh-Lowry 12 36 High Nykerk, 224. High Nykerk, 586. Sportsman's League W L Western Foundry ..28 16 Stroh's Beer 25 19 Van's Auto 25 19 Troost Sanders 23 21 Renkema Livestock 21% 22% Schlitz Beer 20 24 Falstaff Beer 18 26 Team No. 6 ..15% 28% High Boeve, 223. High Simpson, 583. Beginners League W Hittin' Mrs.........29 L 15 16 21 22 24 25 26 27 Rockets 28 Champions 23 Lulus .......22 Bowl Weevils 20 Tic Toes 19 Slo Pokes 18 Pin Lifters 17 High Slenk, 196. High Schipper, 494. Third Reformed Church W L Owls 24 16 Hawks .......21% 18% Eagles 21% 18% Buzzards 21 19 Crows 19 21 Pelicans 18% 21% Falcons 18% 21% Vultures 16 24 High Game R. Barkema, 209 High Series Barkema, 536. Tri-City League W E J Radio TV 58 Ideal Window Clean. 56 L 38 40 46 46 50 54 54 56 Bowling Scores Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Walker-Welling Fris-Heavener Post-Ladewig Kole-Krol Van Putten-Haynes Slagh-Menzies W L 58 30 57 31 55 33 45 43 44 44 32 56 32 56 LTtsema V'Alsburg 29 59 High P. Well- ing, 193. Women: H. Haynes, 195. High Series-Men. P. Well- ing, 546; Women. H Haynes. 465. Sunshine League Hi-Lo Doubles Pins Achterhof-Miller 1.020 Edgerly-Nieboer 1.009 McCarthy-Owen 991 G. Bouwman-Stryker 976 Kars-Leach De Feyter-Hulst 970 High Game B. McCarthy, 210. High Series M. Kars, 517. Starlite League Hi-Lo Doubles Pins J. Cox-Schrotenboer 982 Rhoda-Talsma....... 947 Grotenhuis-Duquette 922 High Empson, 190. High Series-J. Stewart, 486. S M Women's Church W L Pinspotters 31 17 Go-Getters 31 17 Lucky Five 18 29 Bowlerettes 15 33 High Raak, 184. High Raak, 472. T. A. B. League W L Missin' Mrs....... 34 14 Rollers 33 15 Pin Ups 25 19 Ka Hoots 24 20 Two Spares 23 21 Mis-Fits 17% 26% Puss Cats 16 32 Left-Overs 12 36 High Games E. Hamstra, 188; A. Measom, 188. High Series E. Hamstra, 526. Community League W L Cosmo Fraternity ..32 16 Reliable Garage 50 Downtown Gulf 50 Parkway Awning 46 Service 'Tire Shop 42 De Witt Enterprises 42 Scheibach Welding 40 High Molenkamp. 226 High Overbeek. 584. Elks League W L R.J Rutgers ..31 13 Wooden Shoe Fac. 26% 17% Lievense Agency 24 20 Seven-Up Bottling 22% 21% Holland Ready Roof. 20 24 No. 3-Team 15 29 Drewry's Beer 13 31 High Leach. 235. High Dunn, 572. Major League W L Nies LP Gas 24 9 Clover Leaf Inn 21 12 Theisen Clemens 20 13 Holland Ready Roof. 19 14 Oshier Tree Ser. 16 17 Ottawa Glass 13 20 Blatz Beer 11 22 Old Milwaukee Beer 8 25 High Kraai, 235. High Kearns. 619. G.E. Mens League W L Favor Bears By 4 Points Over Steelers By United Press International The Chicago Bears and the New York Giants risk their pre- carious division leads Sunday against a pair of tough clubs that could force both National Football League races into ties. The Bears, coming off a big win over the Green Bay Pack- ers, travel to Pittsburgh to play the Steelers The Giants (8-2) are at home against the St. Louis Cardinals (7-3) in a j game that could throw the East- ern Division race into a three- team deadlock. A victory by the Cards at Yankee Stadium, coupled with a win by the Cleveland Browns at home over the Dallas Cow- boys, would produce a tie among New York, St. Louis and Cleveland. Coach George Halas of the Bears expressed his respcet for the Steelers last Sunday when he remarked immediately after the Green Bay victory that "I'd j rather play any team in the i league next week than Pitts-1 burgh." I The Bears, with a 9-1 record, lead Green Bay by one game. The Packers face a patsy in their game at Milwaukee against the San Francisco For- j ty Niners. I After Sunday, the Bears playj home games against the Minne-j sota Vikings, Forty Niners and j Detroit Lions all clubs with j losing records The Packers! play their last three games on the road, at Detroit, Los Ange- j les and San Francisco. In Sunday's three games in- volving non-contenders, the Los Angeles Rams (3-7) are at home against the Baltimore Colts (5-j the Philadelphia Eagles (2-1 7-1) entertain the Washington j Redskins and the Vikings (3-7) are home against the Lions Oddsrnakers favor Chicago by 4 points over Pittsburgh, New York by 9 over St. Louis, Cleveland by over Dallas; i Green Bay by 21 over San Francisco. Baltimore by 4 over i Los Angeles: Philadelphia by 4 i over Washington, while Minne- j sota and Detroit are rated even. j As a side attraction to the two closely contested division races. Jimmy Brown of Cleve- land and Y. A. Tittle of the Gi- ants face an opportunity to set significal NFL records Sunday. Brown, with rushing yards, needs to gain only 81 more against the Cowboys to break his own single-season rec- ord of set in 1958. And Tittle can surpass Bobby Layne's lifetime touchdown-pas- sing record of 196 by completing four scoring tosses against the Cardinals. Tittle has thrown 27 this season, leaving him six short of the record of 33 he set in 1962. Tall Team Plays In Preliminary Maria's Pizza of Grand Rap- ids will play the preliminary game at 7 p.m. Saturday a- gainst Zeeland Lumber in the Civic Center prior to the Mid- west Basketball League game between the Holland Oilers and Indianapolis at p.m. Coached by Alex Laggis, the Grand Rapids team boasts 6'6" ex-Aquinas player Ralph Cole- man and 6'5" "Dave Washington, former Southern California player who is playing football for the Grand Rapids Blazers. Also starting are 6'7" Andy Knowles of Detroit; 5'9" Leroy Davis, former Grand Rapids prep all-city player and either John Dow of Indiana State or Dale Terrell of Albion. Owner-coach Don Cook is in- terested in scouting Coleman and Washington as possible MBL players. Wiechman Fires 70 In Tourney LAFAYETTE, La. (UPI) Phil Wiechman of Holland fired a two-under par 70 in the open- ing round of the Cajun Classic golf tournament here Thursday The Holland American Legion Club pro is tied with 14 others at 70 four strokes behind Joe Moresco and Duke Matthews, two young newcomers to the professional golf tour. Moresco of Woodmere Coun- try Club. Long Island, N. Y., and Matthews, of Eugene, Ore., fired 66s Thursday over the par 72 Oak'ourne Country Club course. Four players tied for third at j Benton Harbor's football team 67. They were Dick Crawford of set a record of total offense in AJten S Sfltbe LMAC this season with an New Rochelle, N. Y., and Jim average of 312.6 yards per game Greens Edge Whites In MSU Frosh Contest EAST LANSING (UPI) The Greens edged the Whites, 7-6, Thursday in a Michigan State in- tersquad game. The Greens scored first on a 55-yard pass from Lawrence Lukesik to George Webster, a 6-foot-5 end. The conversion was good. The White's got their touch- down a few moments later on a 47-yard pass from quarter- back John Gorman to end Only 2 Senior Starters Play Against Buckeyes ANN ARBOR real- ly only the beginning for Michi- gan football team. The Wolverines' play their final game of the 1963 season Saturday when they host tradi- tional rival Ohio State but it won't really seem like an "end" for coach Bump Elliott's squad. Only 14 players on the team are just two starters, captain and guard Joe O'Donnell and tackle Tom Keat- Charles Smith, a 6-foot-8 end. 11Rg- Holland 4th On Offense And Defense Games Decide Bowl Berths By United Press International The nation's top college foot- ball teams go bowl bidding Sat-1 Thirsk of Mission, Kan., and urday, with berths open in the Lionel Hebert of Lafayette, La. Cassia of Mahopac, N. Y. Next at 68 were Al Kelley Jr. of Orlando, Fla.; Tex Baxter Jr. of Ainarillo, Tex.; Bob Chris Okla.; Goetz of Tulsa, Okla. Gers of Burneyville. Jack Bissegger of Quebec; Stan four major post-season classics Tournament favorite Jack and tenancy available at a Nicklaus bogeyed the final hole while Holland was fourth in to- tal offense with 260.4 yards. The Tigers rushed for yards and passed 253 for a to- j tal of yards according to statistics compiled by Don Bad- j con of Grand Haven, league statistician. Holland gained 983 rushing and 319 passing for yards. Grand Haven had a total of! Holland Basketball Clinic Slated Saturday Junior high basketball play-i ers, fans and parents are invit- ed to attend an inter-school bas- ketball clinic Saturday at 9 a.m. in the Holland High fieldhouse. Varsity coach Don Piersma has set up the clinic to ac- quaint the youngsters and Hol- land persons with Holland style of play. Concluding the clinic will be scrimmage between the varsity and reserve basketball teams from a.m. to a.m. Included in the clinic will be defensive and offensive drills and a question and answer per- iod. number of other prestige loca- Of the day and finished with a! yards and a 275.2 aver- tions. i 69 on the wind-swept course. Sixth-ranked Oklahoma meets Defending champion John ninth-rated Nebraska at Lin- Barnum of Belmont, Mich., coin, Neb., for the trip to six strokes off the pace Miami. Fla., Orange classic, j with a 72. That put him far age while Traverse City had 1.311 yards and 262.2 average, j Muskegon Heights had 874 yards j and 174.8 and Muskegon had 741 yards and a 148.2 average. Benton Harbor's average of The Sooners are favored by 3% j back in the field, as more than points as both teams place un-150 professionals smashed par on i 262 rushing yards a game was blemished conferece records the course. a league record. Traverse City on the line. The loser probably Both Moresco and Matthews j led in passing with 100.6 yards will be invited to another bowl said they expected a score of a game but Grand Haven's 113 game '272 to 274 to win the tourna- Pittsburgh, a powerful inde- ment. which ends Sunday. pendent and ranked fourth in the country, is a front-runner for the other Orange Bowl slot. The Panthers host Perm State, which can earn a Gator Bowl bid with a good performance. yards is the league mark. Traverse City's 143 y a r d s I passing against Grand Haven i ties a record of individual gamej with Holland also against Grand i Rill owin t....... SPRING LAKE Bill Northwestern University Grand Haven was best on de. ck has been invited to fense in the LMAC as Pittsburgh is a 6% point choice, participate in the JNorth-boutn, gave up an average of 190 4 j On the West Coast, Washing- i football game at Miami yards game Benton Harbor ton can sew up the host spot; Swingle played high school foot-j holds the record of 135 ds j in the Rose Bowl by defeating baU at Grand Haven. He is he 11962 Washington State for the Big! of Mr- and Mrs- Mllton Holland was fourth with an; Six championship. The Huskies Swingle, j average Of 2ig yards, giving up championship, rate a 14-point pick yards, 705 rushing and 400 passing. Benton Harbor was Should Washington falter, the Graham Voted Tops winner of the UCLA-Southern i NEW YORK (UPI) Otto, second with an average of 206 California game at Los Angeles j Graham, who led the Cleveland j yards with yards. 666 rush-' could come up smelling roses, j Browns to three National Foot-' ing and 364 passing while Tra- Southern Cal won this one, 14-3, bau League championships in verse City allowed 855 rushing last tear and is a 134 point j six years, today was named the i and 203 passing for a 211.6 i choice to repeat. i greatest pro quarterback of all average and 1.058 yards. Auburn, ranked 10th and the time by a panel of the coun- Muskegon gave up 1.471 yards, 'only other team in the elite j try's leading sports writers and, i-177 rushing and 294 passing field to see action Saturday, sportscasters. I-471 and a 294.2 average also has an eye toward Gator _____________ while Muskegon Heights allowed i Bowl activity. "A Tiger mauling C7 T- 1.561 yards on 1.227 yards rush- of Florida State would add "Cfers jng and 334 passing for a 312.2 i mentum for the push toward a i EAST LANSING (UPI) average. Jacksonville. Fla. post-season Michigan State University said i The best individual game per- there will be no SI tickets, formance was Traverse City Hopalong Cassady Plans To Play Only This Year DETROIT (UPI) Howard (Hopalong) Cassady will play on defense for the Detroit Lions in the final four games this sea- son but the 29-year-old ex-De- troit speedster has no plans for playing in 1964. The Lions coaxed Cassady out of retirement to fill a vacancy in the injury-riddled defensive backfield this week. However, the last four games this year are important to Cassady in more than one way. He needs only three more games to qualify for the NFL pension play which pays a month at age 65. Cassady has accepted a S10.800-a-year post with the Ohio youth commission and was set to start work Dec. 1 but he has delayed that to Dec. 16, after the Lions' last game. Bobich Vows He Will Play Despite Break EAST LANSING (UPI) Michigan State, where the word Spartan has come to mean more than a nickname to football players, counted on Lou Bobich, despite a broken finger, being ready for action in Saturday's Big Ten title showdown with Illinois. At the start of the week guard Mike Currie and center Don Ross were expected to be side- lined by injuries suffered against Notre Dame. But first Currie made a surprising comeback with a sore knee and then Ross announced he too would be ready to play despite an injured ankle. Now Bobich has made the and Dr. James Feu- rig, who is rapidly becoming a believer in this Spartan "I can if I will" philosophy, wouldn't deny today that Bobich will at least be ready for limited duty Saturday. Feurig said Bobich, a junior who has maintained a 40.8 yard punting average this season, was specifically rigged with a pliable splint following an operation last night "so he'd be able to play. "He'll play-there isn't any question about it and he'll play within the rules of the Feurig said. Bobich suffered a compound fracture of his left index finger Thursday when it was jammed while he was working out in practice at his defensive half- back spot. The bone pierced the skin of the finger and the operation was needed to get the digit back in- to joint. At first examination Feurig said it appeared Bobich's acti- vities would be limited to kick- offs and point-after-touchdown kicks. "Punts are not likely because we'll have to put the finger in a splint device which will make it the size of a piece of bologna." Later, however, Feurig held out hope that Bobich would be able to see near regular action. date. 32 30 27 25 16 18 21 23 17 25 31 Also Rans Sandbaggers Gutterballs Splinters Four Horsemen Pros Cons Eagles Tired four High Coppersmith. 205 High Harter, 575. Men's League W L Haan Motor Sales 64 32 Eddie's Bar 56 Drewry's Beer 56 De Nooyer Chevrolet 48 Vande Vusse Ins. 44 Rypma-Topp Shell 42 Holland Awning Co. 38 Dunn Mfg. Co. 36 High Glupker, 213. High Hart, 596. Zeeland Service League W L Meyers Service 32 16 Ottawa Ray's Barber Shop Chefs Sinclair 40 40 48 52 54 58 60 31 29 20 17 19 28 30 34 Knoper Construction 18 Herman Miller 14 High Wyrick, 221. High Knoper, 538. Zeeland Vicory League W L Rusk 30 18 Aliens 30 18 Yntema's .........29 19 Van Haitsma Berg. 27% 28% Faith Ref. Church 24 24 Community Dairy ..23 25 Pepsi Cola 20 28 Mead Johnson 8% 39% High Slagh, 212. High Lutke, 578. Zeeland Community League W L Allendale Appliance 29 15 Alderink Plbg. k Htg. 26 18 Allendale Farm Sup. 24 20 Drew Builders 22 22 Allendale Sup. Mar. 20 24 Allendale Mfg...... 19 25 De Young Ins.....19 25 Sytsma Well Drillers 17 27 High Crawford, 203. High Crawford, 547 DANCE FEATURING THE GALAXIES ELKS CLUB FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23 ELKS AND GUKTS Michigan Junior College Basketball Play Opens By United Press International The 1963 64 Michigan junior college basketball season gets underway tonight with title con- tender Muskegon playing host to Northwestern of Traverse City. With 6-6 all-conference center Gene Visscher back, Muskegon is figured to fight it out with Flint and Jackson for the cham- pionship this season. Other league games this month will pit Grand Rapids and Port Huron at the port city Nov. 29 and Battle Creek Kel- logg at Delta in Midland. Grand Rapids and Benton Harbor loom as darkhorses this season. Accepts Appointment NEW YORK (UPI) Gen. Douglas MacArthur, who is showing an increasing interest in amateur sports, has accept- ed an appointment as honorary chairman of the Lambert Tro- phies board. Fight Tonight NEW YORK (UPI) Light heavyweight contender Allen Thomas of Chicago is favored at 5-1 to whip Brooklyn's un- beaten Johnny Persol at Madi- son Square Garden tonight. World's Invitational Bowling Tourney Opens CHICAGO Hara- isch of Detroit rolled 466 for the high individual score Thurs- day night during a special pre- vie'w of the 7th annual World's Invitational Bowling champion- ships. The entire field of 228 men and 64 women from 29 states and four counties was on dis- play. Team lineups, drawn by lot, had two men and one wo- man on each unit for a two- game match. Defending champions Don Carter, St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Marion Ladewig, the Grand Rapids, Mich., grand- mother, are on hand for the competition starting today in McCormick Place. Swimming Meet Slated An inter squad swimming meet will be held Saturday at 7pm. by the West Ottawa swimming team in the West Ottawa pool, coach Hank Reest said today. Because of the swimming meet, the family night swim scheduled for Sa- turday has been cancelled. available at Spartan Stadium Saturday for the MSU-Elinois football game. Originally MSU officials had planned to throw the game open to youngsters at SI a ticket. Good Teacher KALAMAZOO While dem- onstrating bowling techniques for a class at Western Michi- gan University alleys. Ricco Lindsey bowled a series of 276, 258 and 238 for 770. holding Muskegon to 62 yards. The record is a negative 19 held by Grand Haven against Muske- gon Heights in 1961. Benton Harbor had the best defense against rushing with a j 133.2 average. The record was set by the Tigers in 1962 of 89.2. Traverse City had the best passing mark. 40 6 while the record was set by Muskegon of 24.4 in 1962. Open Bowling Every Night PHONE PR 2-2322 ZEELAND RECREATION 541 E. Washington Zeeland Kaat Signs Pact The Min- nesota Twins have announced that southpaw pitcher Jim Kaat of Zeeland and a winter resi- dent of St. Petersburg, Fla., has signed his 1964 contract. Lakers Defeat Hawks LOS ANGELES (UPI) The Los Angeles Lakers, boosted by clubbed the St. Louis Hawks, 111-99 Thursday night in National Bas- ketball Association action and regained the lead in the Western Division. Jerry West had 25 for Terms were not disclosed. Kaat the Lakers and Cliff Hagan had a 10-10 record last season i made 26 for the Hawks. Bowl Possibilities HOUSTON (UPI) Oklaho- ma and Nebraska are under consideration for a berth in the Bluebonnet Bowl according to Lou Hassell, chairman of the bowl's selection committee. 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