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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Weekend Sports Summary Pag B 24 Calif llap Sliarp won the ifiO Hivcrsicle Saturday Grand Prix in a record average jADELAJDK Gary speed of 102989 miles per hour Player won Hie Australian Open I with a 201 j SAN JOSH Civlif Rob XCMI t iVerwcy rapttired the SlfiOOO Brot ion won Hie Jockov Chib Opo a Golrf Cup at Lebanon Dally News Lebanon Pa Monday November 1 1965 f J f I T7L ci i t Michigan State Seeks n ii b 6 Eagle Rally But Too Late To Win B R 1 S H A N Hillicr c won Hie world ships 23 tor llolrs Australia the United slalom inj water ski champion LAS CHUCKS Ann Criod cop pod the SHODO First Big Ten Crown Eyes National Title n dl r total of j CHERRY HIllv Rider captured tin43rd run ning of the J2S475 Benjamin franklin State Handicap at Garden Sunday Norbert Ozimck won the light hea Seholasf ic LCHS 40 MILTON 01 tfast Shamokln Calh 7 iiKiusiHY 7 IIEKSIIHY at the world iSiistiock 2fi vyweight liiln weight lifting championships Spring Grove 0 with a recordbreaking 3108 York Cent IB pound lift for the snatch ov MIfln 89 CEDAR CK IS IMne Grove 2S Tnvorloii 14 Daniel Kooue 21 WVOIHK 7 llciti 48 LIUItsiowri Jertnshiirv 21 Kusloit IS York Catholic 0 BRISBANE Australia The UnilCrl Stairs won nil hul one event on the final day of the world water ski championships RKKIIN beal Austria 10 in their qualifying Soccer Cup Dallastowu 1 1 0 York ft West York lit Man Cen II 2fi Conega Valley Ii Solaneo 31 Cotulkn fi Kphrala 27 Columbia 12 Car Long 13 MilIon 42 Beth Calh 27 Berwick 2N 1ottsvHlc Nat Aborriinable Snowg likes flatbrushed Horse By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two months ago optimist Duf fy Datigherty planned to sur isan States rugged football schedule Today the Spartans are closing in on their first un disputed Big Ten title but Daughterly has set his sights on bigger game Unbeaten MSU also is within reach of the brass ring the national championship and the Sparlans have only three more hurdles lo clear The firsl two Big Ten havenots Iowa and Indiana may come easy The third is Notre Dame Michigan State is 70 and No I in the oouniry but the fourth ranked Fighting Irish on Die march since an earlyseason loss to Purdue are hoping to turn their Nov South Bend dale with the Sparlans into a winnerlakeall showdown Secondranked Arkansas and No 3 Nebraska unbeaten in games apiece have other Southeastern Conference race Mississippi clashed Louisiana Plates title hopes by belling the fifthranked Tigers 230 and Au urn beaten by threenoncon orcnce foes moved into the SEC lead by stunning seventh Florida 2817 Purdue No 6 last week and Texas No 9 were the other upset victims with the Long lorns 31H loss to Southern Methodist making the loudest hud Texas has lost three straight and most likely will fail o land a bowl bid for the firsl ime in seven years Washington Stale continued to give USC and UCLA an argu ment for the other Rose Bowl bid with a 108 victory over Pa cific Athletic Conference rival Oregon Slate The Cougars are 10 in the PAC and li1 overnil California trounced by UCLA 553 the previous week pulled a major upset by edging Pcnn State 2117 in another big sur prise Colgate came from two bill neither can expect to overtake Michigan Stale unless the Spartans stumble along the way And Notre Darne which was knocked out of the No 1 spol by Southern California in last seasons finale conceivably could go over the top this year by knocking off the leaders Daugherty who has likened playing in the Big Ten to trying to swim up a water fall watched his Sparlans wal lop Northwestern 197 last p tirclay for a sfl conference mark One of tha most exdtinr rwMter looks of the ieason the flat brushed turfaca of Horssi Aimalaya achieves the unique look with wool nnd mohair Great the way blend aeta off Falli new colors SML XL Boys Sizes touchdowns behind lo shade Army 2828 Princeton stretched its victory string lo 15 second besl in the and by nulscoring Brown 45 27 and unbeaten Dartmouth kept pace in the Ivy League a 2017 decision ovei remained unbeaten in Atlantic Coast Conference play with a victory over Wake Forest and West Virginia stayed Confer race with Yale Clemson while two challengers Min nesota and Purdue went under The Gophers previously un beaten in league play bowed to Ohio Stale 1110 arid Illinois dropped the Boilermakers out of contention 210 While Michigan Slale virtual ly locked up a Rose Bowl berth Arkansas kept the nations long est winning string alive by over powering Texas 310 for its straight victory Tail back Bobby Burned ran for 111 yards and two touchdowns as ihe rolled lo their fourth SWC triumph Nebraska moving toward a possible Cotton Bowl rematch against Arkansas nipped Mis souri 1B14 on Larry Wachlioltz fourthquarter field joal afler coming from 14 points down on Ihe passing andrunning of Fred Duda The victory kept the Coriihuskers on top in the Big Eight Conference Noire Dame ripped Navy 293 for its fifth victory in six starts as Nick Eddy galloped 55 yards with a screen pass for one touchdown and safety Nick Ras sas returned a punt yards for another The remainder of The Asso ciated PressTopTen wasdue for a shakeup this week after all but Alabama No 10 and idle Southern Cal No 8 were beat en The Crimson Tide edged Mis sissippi Stale 107 and remained in the thick of a wideopen Barons Edge Stubborn Redmen 42 To Keep CP Soccer Loop Lead WHEEL All GNMENT By skilled mechanics using precision equipment STATE INSPECTION STATION NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED nee tlespilc a 2S8 nonleague oss lo Kentucky Tulsa buried Southern Illinois 512 as the Bill AndersonHow ml Twilley passing combina ion shattered threemore NCAA The highscoring Htirri canes impel Louisville 3010 vie or over Wichifci Saturday foi he Missouri Valley itle Conference WASHINGTON AP Nor man Sncacl returning to notion after a fourweek laybf because of injuries sparked a Philadel phia secondhalf rally trial fell slioil as the Washington Red skins beat the Eagles 2321 in National Football League play Sunday Snead who injured a knee in he Eagles jhird game entered the late in the second liiarter and directed the 0 all three touchdowns in the second half Sonny Jurgensen who was traded by the Eagles to Wash ngton for Snead however di rected the Skins to three touch downs and a field goal for Washingtons second consec utive victory Philadelphia after lost five ils losses third straight and is also 25 Snead passed for two touch clowns one to fullback Earl Gros and the other to end Ray Poage Gros scored another touchdown on a 1yard lunge in the third quarter The Redskins held a 100 half time lead on a 1yard plunge by Charlie Taylor and a 28yard field goal by Bob Jcneks Jurgensen threw two touch down passes in the second half a 55yard pass to Taylor and an 111yarder to Bobby Mitchell The Eagles scored after the Redskins last touchdown bu never got another chance to go ahead as Jurgensen tlirectet Ihe Redskins on an 84yarc drive that used up the last six and a half minutes On the las Bears Vikings Giants Win NFL Teams Resu Rebounding Rebuilt THE ASSOCIATED CRESS Jtesurgcnt Rebounding Re built vj r Thosearethe three Rs for the ChicagoBears Minnesota Vi dngs and New York Giants who sprang the surprises Sun day that turned the National Football Leagues division races nlo hectic scrambles The Bears who have surged back steadily after losing their first three games marched to hcir fourth straight victory by toppling Green Bays previously unbeatep Packers 3110 The Vikings whose defense had been bounced around handi ly in earlier games did some defensive bouncing of their own and knocked over the Cleveland Browns 2717 The Giants showing a r re markable spirited cohesion for a team packed with rookies and other newcomers upended the St Louis Cardinals 1410 In the Western Division Green Bay now is tied for first at 61 with the Baltimore Colts who topped the San Francisco 49crs 11428 as Johnny Unitas threw for four touchdowns Elco To Open Dist Soccer Play Tuesday Game time for tomorrows first round play in District Three Soccer between Elcos Haiders and Tulpehockcns Tro1 play Jurgeuscit look the balljjnns will be 3 pm on the Tro and trotted backwards for a IB yard loss Snead completed 11 of 18 passes for yards while Jur gensen completed 23 of 35 for 293 yards Jurgensen gave up one interception thai cost him a touchdown as Nale Ramsey j stolethe ball in ihe end zone Schacfferstowns B a r o n cored two goals in the final alfof a windy and hardfought occer clash yesterday at chaeffcrstowh lo down a slub orn Annville eleven 42 in a Central Penn Soccer League lash between the two county ivals he Baronsremained atop he loop by oiie point as they record free fromde cat with the wellwon The improving Reclmcn proved a stubborn foe and al hough wwilcss made a firm play for the big upset of the eason and only alert and teady play on the part of the Barons brought the leaders lome infront Barons Score First The Barons took a20 lead in he first five minutes of t h e ame when Larry Miller and Byron Mock talliedon eighl and ix yard boots in front of the Annville net Miller scored on a short pass rom Mock and two minutes ater Mock took a cross from aulGrube to give the Barons quick twogoal lead Celtics Stop Losing Streak With Late Rally By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For awhile it looked like Bos ton was going to lose its fourll straight National Baskctbal Association game then the Cel tics started playing like the de fending champions they arc Trailing 5343 at halftime aft er scoring only 13 points in the second quarter the Celtics roared back with 82 points aftei the intermission for a 30510C victory over Baltimore Sunda night In the only other games the Cincinnati Royals beat the De troit Pistons 313407 and the New York Kriicks snapped San Franciscos fourgame winning streak Near the end of he first half Rill Young tallied the two Red in en goals to knot the game al 2all at the half time Ronnie Young set his brother up on the first ally when he took a loose ball at mulfielrt ajid flrlbblert to h e 18yard stripe where he passed to brother Kill Rill then look it into about six yards in front of he net where he hit on the first goal Two minutes later Rill scored again on an al most Identical play Both crosses were perfect and Bills ability to pick the hall out of the air with his fruit gave the Kcdmen a halftime tie CENTRAL PENN SOCCER LEAGU6 Sundays Results SCHAEFFERSTOWN J ANNVILLE 2 Berks 1 Dover 0 Harrishurg 3 New Holland 1 Lancaster 6 Thompsontown 1 Sljndirm W L TPts CHAEFFERSTOWN 7 01 Harrlsburg 7 1 0 M New Holland 4 3 1 rhompsonlown 3 4 1 Dover 3 J 1 Lancaster 3 S 0 Berks 24 1 ANNVILLE 080 Saturdays Schedule SCHAEFFERSTOWN at Dover York Municipal Stadium night Sundays Schedule Berks at ANNVILLE Lancaster at Harrisburo New Holland at Thompsontown In the second half Bill Fulk Mt on a 19yard shot after tak ing a pass from Paul Grube to put Ihe Barons in front again 32 the Barons tallied their fi nal score on a goal byGrube who look a pass from Miller Grube tricked lite tied men back and hit a sharp cighlyarder foi the tally The Barons had many scor ing opportunities hut fine saves by Boh Plccoloc Ann villcs Roalie saved the day John Ithcn George Young and Stew Hanfnrd also gave the Rcdmcn a strong game Deck Shirk Star Steady play on the part of Dick Deck and H a r r j Shirk was the backbone of i fine team effort on Ihe part o the Barons against a fast im proving Redmen eleven Piccoloe had 25 saves in the net for Annville while the Bar ons Frank Zimmerman wa called upon to save seven In other loop contests Harris burg remained jnstoff the pac Bill Russell blocked Mu Bamils witn a 3 win over New Holland on Ihe losers field and Berks turned in the npsel of the day with a 10 win over Dover at Worhels clorf Lancaster drubbed Thompsonlown 01 at Lancas ter in the other league test SchMfftrstown Annvlllt shots grabbed 29 rebounds and scored 17 points including the basket which put the Celtics iti front lo stay Sam Jones scored 30 points and Willie Naulls 24 for Boston Don Ohl led the Bul lets with 33 at New Schaclfcrs ans field own The Raiders and Trojans are Id rivalsin district play and vill be meeting for the fifth ime in the opening roundclash ri the past five years The Raiders will open defense i their Eastern Regional tille a club that is rated just off ast years eleven but then he rojans are not quite Ihe ag gregation they have been in the sasl The Raiders havegood exper ence in the forward wall with he sparking Ream twins Eric nd Brian Eric has been the parkplug of the Raider team nd has accounted for 14 goals n the regular season Hie will tart at center forward Brother Brian will go from lie inside right slot and hehas dded six goals this along with is brothers total gives the learns a total of 20 of the 28 hauler goals talliedHhisjseason Phif Bbrine who lias been a llaymaker for the Raiders and s often underalcd will jjct the call at the inside left spot He las tallied one goal during the ear Tom Warlluft at ight wing and Hal Haag will iold down the left wing posi ion The halfback jobs will fall to Snapper Zimmerman at the cen ter half spot and Ray Horst on he right while Dave Bicksler ast years manager will start al he left half spot Two fine fullbacks Mike Hu jer and Joel Miller will give strong support to the Raiders and the goal will be tended by Harry Walmer who has given ip 11 goals this season The Trojans come into the game with an 82 mark on league play and have been hot aiid cole at times The Raiders take a 72 league mark into the game Tomorrows winner draws z ye into the district finals American Hockey League Deadlocked at 43 are Chica go Minnesota and Ihe Delroil Lions 317 winners over the Los Angeles Rams San Francisco is 34 Los Angeles 16 Cleveland held onlo the East ern lead with a 52 record while the Giants climbed into a tie for second wilh at 43 The Washington Redskins nipped the Philadelphia Eagles 2321 arid Unitas the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the two TD Dallas Cowboys 2213 leaving those four clubs bunched at 25 Gale Sayers Ihe brilliant rookie back who lias been a star performer in the Bears success this season again provided the climactic play He sprinted 2 yards on a punt return to the Packer IS setting up the touch down that put Chicago ahead 24 10 Sayers also scored earlier on a 10yard run Bart Starr who had suffered only two interceptionsin Green Bays six previous games had three stolen by the Bears and two led to touchdowns Dallas held Starr lominus 10 yards passing the weekbefore Minnesota which had been balterecl for 201 points in its first six games put on ils best defensive show this year led by lineman Jim Marshall and Paul Dickson They were the chief reasons Jim Brown managed a meager 39 yards rushing for Cleveland Minnesotas Brown Bill rrn for 138 yards on carries and scored iwo touchdowns one on a plunge and the other on one of Fran Tarkcntons two scoring passes The Giants under Ihe Cardi nals domination in the first half and trailing 100 at intermission blanked St Louis in the second uilf wilh a fine defensive effort and mounted two scoring drives The running of rookie fullback Tucker Frederickson and Steve Thurlow powered ihe first vance capped by Earl MorraUs 21yard pass to Aaron Thomas After Dick Lynch blocked a fourthperiod field goal try by Jim Bakken Frederickson went 40 yards to the St Louis 10 and later scored from the four hit Jimmy passes and Orr also with con nected with Tony Lorick and Ray Berry in the Colts seesaw game with the 49ers Lou Mi chaels took care of the other Baltimore scoring with two field goals and four conversions The Lions banged out two touchdowns in the first 2 minutes 45 seconds in their rout of the Rams one after a Ram fumble on the opening kickoff and the other on a 61yard pass play George Izo to Terry Barr Bill Nclsens marksmanship paced Pittsburgh over Dallas Nelsen who had passed for only one touchdown this season hit on three all in the second quarter EASTERN DIVISION W U Cltveland St Louis New York Doltai Philadelphia Pittsburgh Washington Cappelletti Blanda Lead Pats Oilers To AFL Conquests Quebec rovldence Baltimore Eaittrn Division T Pts GF GA A 1 1 13 Jl 25 4 1 0 8 17 1 WESTERN DIVISION Baltimore 4 1 j 0 Green Bay 1 0 Chicago 4 3 0 Minnesota 4 i 0 Detroit 4 3 0 3 40 1 40 Sundays Results Pittsburgh 22 Dollos 13 Washington 23 Philadelphia 21 New York 14 St Louis 10 Minnesota 17 Cleveland 17 Chicago Jl Green Sey 10 Detroit 31 Los Angeles 7 Baltimore 34 San Francisco 21 Garnet Baltimore of Chicago Detroit at Green Boy Los Angelti ot Minnesota Philadelphia at Cleveland Pittsburgh ot St Louil San Francisco at Dalloi Washington at New York Pet 714 571 571 216 216 2So Tct 157 571 571 371 143 Veterans Steal Show 20 26 430 8 1 51 S Springfield 2 f 0 4 Wtslern Division W L T PtsGF GA Rochester 5 r 0 10 78 77 Pitlsburgh 3 4 0 e 33 29 Cleveland 210 4 15 11 Buffalo 1 5 0 2 14 25 Siindjyj Springfield S Pittsburgh 3 Providence 4 Los Angeles WL 2 Rochester 3 HERSHEY 1 Quebec S Buffalo 2 Saturdays Scores Buffalo 3 HERSHEY 1 Rochester 4 Baltimore 2 Quebec 7 Pittsburgh 6 ol Los Angeles 4 Springfield 2 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There have been some starl ing changes made in the American Football League due i the efforts of Gtno Cappellet ri whose has been raced Ju iel and George Blanda who goes back that far almost by limself Cappelletli caught two touch down passes and kicked two field goals and two extra points personally accounting for 20 pointsas the Boston Patriots won their first game Sunday by upsetting previously unbeaten San Diego 226 Blanda kicked four field goals and passed for one touchdown points as the Houston Oilers moved up on Buffalo in the Easlern Division race by upset ting Bills 1917 In other games Kansas Cily defeated Oakland 147 and New York walloped Denver 45tQ Cappelletti whose family has traced his lineage back to the Capnlet family of Juliet Shakespeare is supposed to have changed the name for rhyme purposes has not been in the spotlight this season despite his Most Valuable Play er crown But against the Chargers he was most of the offensive show grabbing29 and 46yard touch down passes from Babe Parilli kicking 30 and 33yard field goals and adding the two extra loinls while the Patriots de cnse held San Dicso scoreless until the fourth quarter The Oilers are on their wa too bringing their record to 4 while the Bills mark dropped to National Hockey League W L T Pts GF GA Chicago 400 Montreal 3 1 1 Toronto 5 1 0 Detroit 1 3 1 New York 1 2 0 Boston 0 3 0 Sundays Result Detroit J Montreal 2 tic Saturdays Scores Now York 8 Boston 2 Chicago f Montreal 4 Toronlo 4 Detroit 3 21 7 n IS II 10 19 14 10 i U NEW YORK attending ho NBA Standings Easltrn Division FIRESTONE STORE 3640 NORTH 9TH ST Open Tuesday Friday Till 9 Philadelphia Boston Cincinnati New York W L Pet Division 0 1000 SCO 500 42f W L San Francisco 4 St Louis 3 Los 4 3 Delrolt 3 5 Baltimore 2 6 Clnclnnall 113 Dftroeit 107 Boston 105 Hfllllniorc 100 York 104 Francises 103 Salurcfuvs Scores 134 Cincinnati 114 SI Loul U Delrolt PJ San Francisco 174 Los Angeles 1 Pet 3 167 3 571 37S 250 Mock Forry Brnsing Miller Gruto Deck ShlrX OR R Youno IR Gerhart OL W Young IL Hellman CF Wood RHB Rhen LHB C Young Noll CHB Meyer Meyer LFB Helrick Forlna RFB Hanford Zimmerman G Score by Halves SchJeflerstown J Annville J SchafHmtown L Miller Mock Folk Grube Annvjlle W Young 7 Substitutions Schielferslown Shelly Fulk Enlinq Annvlllf Hartman Bim brrger Simmons Brown Savps Zimmerman 7 Flccolct 25 Releree Engard boxing program at side Garden will UPI Tuesday Fans nighl the Sunny have Ihe opportunity to meet and shake hands or square off against welterweight Griffith champion Emilc light heavyweight champion Jose Torres former middleweight king Rocky Grazi ano and former lightweight and welterweight tilleholder Barney Ross NEW YORK Ward Fosliay of New York has been nominated for the pres idency of the United States Golf Association in 19B6 Foshays candidacy will be formally presented to the nominating committee on Jan 29 in New York fi2 And Blanda who came off he bench in the secondhalf last week against Kansas City and jassed forfive touchdowns was he key again this time with lis foot f 37yearold veteran of seasons benched last week ivhen Houston fans called for sophomore Don Trull got the job against Buffalo with a 10yard touchdown pass to Ode Burrell and field goals of 31 30 13 and The Chiefs victory moved Ihem into a tie wilh the Raiders for second place in Ihe West at 431 to San Diegos 512 Len Dawson passed 19 yards to hris Burford for the firsl Kan sas City touchdown then capped an 80yard fourth quar ter drive wilh a oneyard touch down plunge The Jets won their first game by turning three interceptions by Ralph Baker Larry Gran tham and Ray Ahrnzzcse and Matt Snells touchdown run into 24 points in the fourth quarter Cookie Gilclmsl of the Broncos waslimited lo 37 yards rushing in 11 attempts EASTERN DIVISION W L Buffalo 2 Houston 4 3 New York 1 i Boston 1 6 WESTERN DIVISION W L San Diego S 1 Oakland 4 J Kansas City 4 3 Denver 3 S Sundays Result New York 45 Denver 10 Houiten 19 Buffalo 17 Kansai City 14 OaHand 7 Boston 22 Son Diego Sunday1 Gomel San Diego at Denver York at Kansas City Oakland at Houiton Buffalo at Boston T 0 0 1 T 2 1 1 0 Pet 7SO 571 167 141 Pet 133 57 S71 175 On a money merrygOround HFC can help get iff CASH YOU OfT 2M 35M MONTHLY PATMINT HANI S7328 10241 36 4354 5430 9014 12598 34 4975 5955 7426 12328 17230 9144 10945 13648 Abate payments incluJt principfl mi intn est but Jo not iiicludt Group tnd Di If money problems have got you going around ia circles get understanding help from the oldest larg est company of its kind With cash from HFC you can shop for the holidays buy a better car fix up home pay off thing Then repay HFC conveniently If you need money for any good pur borrow with confi dence from 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