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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - December 2, 1963, Wellsville, New York NIW Page Seven Six Teams Contend For NFL Title Browns Tied ftv JIM Associated Press sports Things were considerably clearer in the National Football League title picture two weeks to there are only six teams left with a chance to And just five with a chance to The Pittsburgh Steelers can only win or have too many ties to Action over the long weekend produced three seven believed to be a record dating way back beyond the days when such as Hammond for ex were in the the Chicago Bears played their second 1717 tie in a this time with Minneso TJhat left Bears onerhalf game in front the over the Green Bay who tied Detroit 1313 on Thanksgiv The Bears are the Packers In the the Cleveland Browns broke up the threeway deadlock at the top by trimming the Louis Cardinals The New York Giants kept pace with the Browns by scratching past Dallas as old Tittle set an NFL career record of 197 touchdown The Browns and Giants are 93 The Steelers played their third tie of the season and sec ond of the year with Philadel this time That left Louis and Pitts burgh tied for the Cards at 84 and the Steelers at In other Sunday Los Angeles won its third 2117 over Sah and Baltimore whipped the Wash ington Redskins Underdog Minnesota did everything to the Bears except beat The Vikings held Chicago to 22 yards rushing in the first half and led 173 at in as Ron VanderKel en guided the team in place of injured Fran and completed his first NFL touch down The Bears battled back in the third quarter on a 49yard march to close the gap and then got the break of the Tom my Mason fumbled on the Vi king and two plays later Bill Wade Joe Marconi on a touchdown pass for the Frank Ryan returned to form for the Browns and Jimmy Brown blasted his own season rushing benched two weeks ago when the Cardi nals trimmed the rid dled the Louis defense for 210 and Brown gained 179 yards on 29 Jimmy also took the league scoring lead with 90 as he scored two touchdowns from close The Browns wrapped up the game in the first half with a 213 Brown broke his own record of yards set in 1958 as he ran his total to yards with two games to Tittle threw for two touch downs against the Cowboys for more than the career mark set by Bobby The old Bald Eagle was su perb in the second half as the Giants came from behind a 2714 halftime but he was less than sharp in the first when he had three passes inter The Steelers stormed back to tie the Eagles with 17 points in the fourth the last tiree on a 24yard field goal by Lou Michaels with 40 seconds Ed who had four pass es finally found the range with two scoring tosses to Gary and then set up the field The Eagles scored twice within 40 seconds in the second Roman Gabriels bullet pass es did the job for who have now won five of seven since Gabriel took over at quar The results left the NFL races with about 70 possible Only the Bears can win a title outright by simply winning ail their All the other contenders must win them all and hope for their rivals to The only thing really certain was that the Steelers can not finish in a tie with any of the other Eastern They have three ties and the oth ers have only two games left to Battle of Checkbooks To Follow Grid Drafts By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO 14 Na tional Football League teams draft the top college talent to to be followed shortly by a checkbook struggle with the newer American Football The San Francisco bot tom in the league get first pick in the The other teams follow in reverse order ot the current with the Chicago Bears picking The session starts at 10 and will run all The hurting at quarter might grab Pete Beath ard of Southern a Rose Bowl That would start the money fight right Beathard was the 2 pick in the AFL draft held last Saturday in New The Kansas City Chiefs tabbed and reportedly have been in close contact with If that is the 49ers might go for George the Miami AllAmerica who is high ly regarded by NFL people here for draft The NFL draft will go 20 until bidding rights within the league are reserved on 280 The eight AFL clubs 160 The same collegians for the most part will appear on both with highest bidder landing the Its been a players market since the AFL was formed four seasons Each NFL club retained its first round but trades have been made down The Bears have a total of 24 Green Bay Los An geles 22 and Detroit and San Francisco 21 New York and Louis have the regulation and Philadelphia have 19 Bal timore 18 and Pittsburgh and Washington The AFL bypassed the glam or boys generally and concen trated on beefy The NFL may have the top names including quar terbacks such as Billy Lothridge of Georgia Dick Shiner of Larry Rakestraw of George Bork of North ern Perry Lee Dunn of Mississippi and Craig Morton of in addition to Beathard and The NFL probably will bypass Jack Concannon of Boston Col The AFL Boston Patriots traded for the first draft choice in their league and tabbed Con a home town Alou Trade Bait FIGHT knocked out Pave Philadel South Af Mi ami outpointed Mike South MEXICO CITY Raymundo Battling knocked out Alvaro Guam Narita Ka outpointed The Guam Gu By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer SAN AP High level trade discussions in volving front liners Felipe Bill Jim Jim Ray Sadecki and Claude Osteen gave promise of several major player transactions today as the National Baseball Asso ciation officially opened its 62nd baseball The most sought after player appeared to be Felipe the star right fielder of the San Francisco At least two the Louis Cardinals and the Detroit have made overtures for the 28year old Dominican Republic native who batted hit 20 homers and drove in 82 runs last season Louis has offered their promising 23yearold who divided 20 deci sions with the whining four of last five The on the lookout for a starting expressed interest but asked the Cards to sweeten the The other proposed deal in volving Alou is more compli The Tigers would like to have Alou but do not have a lefthander the Giants consider of equal The on the other are Interested in Minnesota southpaw Jim The Twins are looking for a starting We would like to have Jim Bunning of Detroit and the Ti gers are interested in a Minnesota spokesman 1 understand Calvin Calvin Grif owner of the Twins has of fered Kaat to the Giants for Alou with the intention of send ing Alou to the Tigers in ex change for A trade between the Las An geles Dodgers and Washington Senators appears The Dodgers are said to have fered Skowron and an unidenti fied player to the Senators for Washingtons ace left hander despite his 914 More trade talk was expected today when the club officials gather for the annual The having first pick because of their last place fin ish in the American League were expected to select one of two Camilo Estevis of Albuquerque or Howard Koplitz of The draft was divided into two The first selection was to be made from veteran minor leaguers at a cost of Mast of the how was expected to center around the first year which includes young bonus players signed after These may be acquired for the Last the majors selected 56 players at a record outlay of Of 45 were first year The Cards announced Sunday they had given veteran catcher Carl Sawatski Ms unconditional DOG TRIAL Ohio AP Eleven dogs will compete today for the championship of the first annual National Amateur Springer Spaniel field trials which started here ACROSS Salt water Garment Hindu cymbals Tip Coin of India Color Todo Reinllstt Mechanical weii friend of Andy vJan Poetic Twilled cloth Turn outward One of the Furies Zealous wine valley Chant Rout Brook Any dial Falsifies Und measurt Gheji pieces June Just made 7T 3r r 7 if ff 41 SOLUTION OF SATURDAYS PUZZH Units Burns One Scot slightly Sunburn Establish a Wife of fund tfeus Sundried Pawn of brick New Jersey borough Antilles Faucet II Pindar Mental distress Coin of Timor Haphazard Tennyson character enzyme Loop and 32Beret Indian roangrovf 35 Toughen Renovate Elbe tributary Old Ktodrf also on the wire Footfall DOUG assistant coach at the University of Ar was reported today to be Tennessees choice as head football coach to succeed ousted Jim McDonald was named assistant athletic direct or after compiling a 55 record this FOUR YEARS of frustration ended when the Hamilton Tiger Cats walloped the British Col umbia in Canadian footballs title match the Grey Cup Hamilton had suf fered four successive playoff defeats before Saturdays TITTLE pitched his 19th touchdown pass in yester days comeback 3427 win over the Dallas Cowboys to break the NFL career record of 196 set by Bobby Layne with De troit and Enroute to the 197 the Bald Eagle had attempted completed for Boxing TWO TITLE FIGHTS domin atethis weeks ring action with middleweight champ Dick Tig er facing veteran Joey Giardel lo in Atlantic City Saturday night and Ralph Dupas trying to regain his junior middle weight title from Italys Sandro Mazzinghi in LIGHTHEAVIES furnish thi material for this weeks fTV Friday night from Phila when exchamp Har old Johnson hits the comeback trail against Henry Hank in a Basketball FOUR STARTERS from years national champion Loy ola of Chicago basketball team are back in the fold for coach George Ireland as the Ramb lers open defense of the title tonight in the season lidlifter a gainst North AllAmer ican Jerry Harkness is the on ly starter lost via graduation from a team that rang up a slate of 292 with an win over Cincinnati in the finals of the forced by injuries to a squad of seven lost their sixth straight basketball game in NBA action to the Philadelphia last In the only other the Los Angeles Lakers in creased their Western Division lead behind Jerry Wests 37 points to nip 114 Hockey MONTREAL edged the Bos ton 31 in NHL play yes but the victory may prove costly to the Two of their John ny Ferguson and Ralph Back wound up hospital cas es after suffering cuts during the Baseball WALTER dean of major league managers in point of continuous service with one signed for his llth season with the Los Angeles Alston signed for a reported a and im mediately announced all coach including Leo will be Bowling JIM JOHN of Louis rewrote the record book Sun day as he won top in the seventh an nual Worlds Invitational Bowl ing Tournament by the widest margin in John av eraged 233 for the 64 games in the finals of the 10day NATIONAL LEAGUE Eastern Conference W L T New York 9 3 0 Cleveland 9 3 0 Louis 8 4 0 Pittsburgh 6 3 3 Dallas 3 9 0 Washington 39 0 Philadelphia 2 8 2 Western Conference Chicago 9 1 2 Green Bay 9 2 I Baitimpre 6 6 0 Los Angeles 5 7 0 Detroit 4 7 1 Minnesota 4 7 1 San Francisco 2 10 0 Sundays Results Baltimore Washington 20 Cleveland Louis 10 Los Angeles San Francis co 17 Minnesota Chicago tie New York Dallas 27 Philadelphia Pittsburgh 20 tie Saturdays Came Green Bay at Los Angeles Sundays Games Cleveland at Petroit Minnesota at Baltimore Philadelphia at Louis Pittsburgh at Dallas San Francisco at Chicago Washington at New York AMERICAN LEAGUE Eastern W L T 6 5 0 6 5 1 New York 5 5 1 Buffalo 5 6 1 Western Division i 9 ArmyNavy Game Key to Bowl Bids By BOB GREEN Associated Sports Write The majority of the major college football howl berths still Unfilled Iiinge on just one game When that one is the Cotton Bowl visitors spot will be by Navy or And when the Cotton Bowl is de cided the others are expected to fall in line just like knocking over the first of a row of dom Heres the way it works The Orange and Blue bonnet bowls have their Still to be filled are the visiting roles in the Cotton and Gator and both spots in the Secondranked Navy is the top contender for the Cotton Bowl but wont go if it loses to Army in their classic clash in Philadelphia on It may not go even if it Fifthranked Pitt is the 2 contender with an 81 record and with one game to against Penn State also is consid ered a candidate for some of the other so they all must await the outcome of the ArmyNavy The Middies definitely wont go if they fail in their bid for their fifth straight victory over If the whole delicate situation will land in lap of the Pentagon and may even end up on the desk of President If Navy doesnt the honor almost certainly will go to which has lost only to Navy and marked up its eighth victory with a 3120 decision over Saturday Washington won its way into the Rose Bowl on the running of fullback Junior Coffey in a 160 triumph over Washington State that sealed the Big Six ti tle The Huskies lake only a 64 mark into the game against Big Ten Auburn gained the Orange Bowl spot opposite Nebraska on the strength of its 108 upset of engineered largely through the efforts of substitute quarterback Mailon Despite the Alabama made it into the where it will oppose which had to have a fourthperiod field goal to tie Mississippi State Brilliant Don Trull scored all three touchdowns in the 2112 Baylor victory over Rice which put the Bears in the Bluebonnet against Dartmouth gained a share of the Ivy League title by upset ting Princeton 2221 while Yale knocked off Harvard Football Scores EAST Dartmouth Princeton 21 Yale Harvard 6 Holy Cross Boston 0 Lehigh Layfayette 8 Kings Point Penn 13 OUTII Auburn Alabama 8 Mississippi 10 tic Georgia Tech Georgia 3 Tennessee Vanderbilt 0 Pittsburgh 20 Memphis State Houston 6 MIDWEST Purdue Indiana 15 Oklahoma Oklahoma 10 Missouri Kansas 7 Ohio State Michigan 10 Wichita Tulsa 15 SOUTHWEST Baylor Ree 12 TCU SMU 15 Payne 7 Arizona State Arizona 6 FAR WEST Southern Cal UCLA 6 Oregon Oregon State 14 Stanford California 17 Washington State 0 Mexico Young 0 MINERAL BOWL Illinois Missouri 14 NAIA Semifinal Playoff Johns Emporia 0 UB Win Season Lidlifters By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Golden Griffins of Can isius ran over Saturday demonstrating both the finesse and the power house attack that could carry them to national prominence The one of the first of the current basketball season for Upstate New York college teams unwrapped the Grif fins overpowering fast break Frank Swiatek netted 26 points for Canisius and Dick McClory registered The game was the nightcap of the seasons first doubleheader at Buffalos Memorial Buffalo tripped Buffalo in the PRO BASKETBALL Eastern Division Boston 15 1 Cincinnati 10 4 Philadelphia 9 10 New York 7 16 11 Western Division Los Angeles 14 8 Louis 13 10 iVa San Fran 9 10 3 Baltimore 5 12 6 Detroit 5 15 8 Saturdays Results Boston San Francisco 96 Baltimore Detroit 101 Philadelphia New York 125 Los Angeles Louis 96 Sundays Results Los Angeles Cincinnati 109 Philadelphia Detroit 121 Todays Games No games Tuesdays Game San Francisco at New York AGREEMENT FAILS CHICAGO AP A mens track and field committee of the United States Olympic Commit tee failed to reach an agreement Sunday in an attempt to devise a formula for selecting Ameri can athletes for the 1964 Games in Oakland 7 4 0 Kansas City 2 7 2 2 8 1 Sundays Results San Diego Houston 0 Boston Buffalo 7 New Yprk Kansas City 0 Sundays Games San Diego at Oakland Denver at Kansas City Boston at Houston New York at Buffalo PRO HOCKEY W L T GF GA Chicago 2 5 35 81 45 Montrl 10 6 5 25 66 58 Toronto 10 7 4 24 59 55 Detroit 6 11 3 15 41 59 New York 6 13 3 15 58 69 Boston 4 12 4 12 39 98 Saturdays Results Boston Montreal 0 tie New York 6 13 3 15 58 69 Boston 4 12 4 12 39 58 Saturdays Results Boston Montreal 0 tie Detroit Toronto 1 tie Chicago New York 2 Sundays Results Montreal Boston 1 Toronto Detroit 1 New York Chicago 3 tie Todays Games No games Tuesdays Games No games TENNIS WINNERS MONTREAL AP Bandy legged Marty Riessen of North western followed his American teammate Dennis Ralston into the quarter finals of the Victori an tennis singles championship Monday with an easy 63 third round victory over Aus tralias Tim Parilli Heads Pats iv 11 II Bills in Cellar By Mlkfe RAtlffct Associated Pfess Sports Writer Boston s Babe taunted by a chant and faced with a Idng stay at the unemployment salvaged his job and the Patriots title hopes just in time to set up a key clash with Houston that may finally decide the American Football Leagues Eastern Division Early last week Boston Coach Mike HoloVak threatened Parilli with the loss of his job if lie was unable to move the club against In the second period Fenway Park fans began to chant for Parillis Tom Thoy got But they got Parilli back at the start of the third and the 10year pro veteran completed an amazing flip passing for one then scoring the clincher himself for a 177 victory over the The victory moved the into a tie for first place in the East with which is shut out for the first time in 45 by San Western Division The Patriots meet the Oilers in Houston this The New York mean remained in contention in the East with a 551 record by blanking Kansas It was the first shutout in 54 games for the defending league champion bogged down with a 272 The leagues only other game was played Thanksgiving with Oakland defeating Denver 2610 and remaining two games behind the The lead ers meet at Oakland with the Chargers needing a vic tory to clinch their third title in the AFLs fouryear The Patriots were unable to get inside Buffalo territory un der their own power in the first half and the Bills pulled out to a 70 lead on an 80yard drive in the second quarter capped by Cookie twoyard Then Parilli struck back at his He pitched a pass over the middle to Larry and Garron raced the rest of the way on a 44yard touchdown The next time Boston got the Parilli heaved a 63 yarder to Art Graham and four plays later cracked the final two yards for the deciding Angels Cut Roster With Player Sales SAN DIEGO AP The Los Angeles Angels trimmed their rosier to 32 players today by soiling the contracts of five players to their Hawaii affiliate in the Pacific Coast The quintet included Felix who had been the Angels regular third baseman the piist two The otli crs were pitcher Mike Lee and outfielders Bob Frank Kostro and Jackie batted in 138 Eamos last He hit four home runs and drove in 51 outpointed Takao Mai RODEO CHAMP LOS ANGELES AP Calf roping wizard Dean Oliver dis played his championship style by winning the 1963 allaround cowboy title despite a couple of bad breaks Sunday at the Na tional Finals DONT With Your FOG DOWN Warps that Cover all openings NOW porches that let in cold winter Just cut Warps FLEXOCLASS with tack over screens or frames for lowcost winter Warps crystalclear FLEXOCLASS lasts for years at a fraction the cost of Only a square yard at your local hard ware or lumber Keep Your Eye On Channel 6 for MONEY MAI Me tnihufe you it No need to leave home or work when you want money Use BENEFICES cpnvenient Loansb Fill in and mail he coupon below phone and ask for a The minute lean arranged youll get a check in your mail NAIVIF MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY CITY I AMOUNT NEEDED Loans up to Your loan can be liteinsured at low HORNELL 74 Main Union Enterprise 5325 CLEAN Union St FR and til 8 Saturday HJ 1 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