European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jan 1 1962, Page 18

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 1, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseI u the stars and stripes monday january Sai Francisco Cap Kansas quarterback John Pladt threw two touchdown passes and sparked the underdog West to a 21-8 upset Over the East saturday As huge linemen checked All americas Ernie Davit and Bob Ferguson in the 37th an Nual East West shrine football game the 300-Pound had effective As a runner passer and punter engineered the opening touchdown drive for the West and his passes of 14 Yards to buddy lies of Texas Christian and is to Curt Mccllen ton of Kansas brought the next John Hydl a near capacity crowd of 59,000 in Kear stadium and a nationwide television audience saw the High powered East bottled up to its own territory throughout the tint halt the easterners finally put their offensive to gear Eairly in the third period and moved 80 Yard for a touchdown with roman Gabriel of North Carolina state passing the final 16 to Maryland s Gary the West Drew a penalty on a conversion Syracuse s hels Man trophy Winner Davis ran Heball Over for two Points. The East threatened again Early in the fourth period but the threat fizzled after Collins dropped a gab Al pass in the end zone. Hadl ran the West out of trouble with 44-Yard dash to the East 24 and three plays later hit Mccinton forthe final touchdown the Kansas quarterback already signed by the san Diego chargers of the american football league was voted he game s outstanding player. Lies who has agreed totems with Dallas of the National football league was honoured Ashe top lineman. To West scored in the first Quarter on a seven Yard dash by san Jose state s Mack Burton the circled end capping a 55-Yaridrive. Hadl s pass to lies covered 14 Yards on the first play after the the East switching their attack into the Middle of the line found better going in the second half but could score Only once in three deep penetrations. Davis carried the Ball is times for 83 Yards and a 4.6 average while Ferguson gained Only 29 Yards inline carries for a 3.3 Mark. Gabriel wound up with 10 completions in 18 attempts of 95 Yards while Milter hit just once in seventies for 10 Yards each had one throw intercepted. Hadl gained 92 Yards on seven completions in a throws Whilem Elln hit five of nine for 50. Ron Nie Bull of Baylor gained 3t Yard sin 13 rushes for the West Mccohn ton had 36 to 10 carries and hadl32 in five. Hadl had the longest run of the game 44 Yards but his net yardage was trimmed by losses when he was trying to pass. Jim Owens of Washington the West coach frequently sent in plays from the score the West marched for its first touchdown with a neat mixture of running and passing. Mcclinton opened with a four Yard smash an then Hadl hit Baylor s Bobby Lane on a 12-Yard pass. Deception entered on the West Side is Southern California s big Frank Buncom a tackle lined Upas an eligible end and grabbed a 12-Yard pass 6n the next plays later Hadl passed to Mcclinton for nine to the 14 to put the West in striking distance. Bull carried three straight times to reach the 2 where the West Drew a live Yard penalty. Then Burton took a Hadl pitch out and leaped into the end zone to put the under dog West ahead to stay. Shoemaker Sfanos double Santa Anita Calif. A jockey Willie Shoemaker captured a racing doubleheader with upset victories at Santa Anita Park scor ing with Olden times in the$28,150 Malibu stakes and Nain in the $64,290 California breeders Champion stakes. 2 Joes spark Villanova Over Wichita in Sun Hoisl Elpaso to a Topi two Guys named lot and a huge line propelled the Viliano Wildcat to a 17-9 upset Victory Over Wichita in the 27th annual Sun bowl game sat urday. Yll Lanova s Victory came on touchdown by Billy Joe 344-Pound Junior fullback and air Pound Joe retune another fullback plus a Field goal by end Sam Gruneisen. A crowd of 15,000 saw the wildcats jump into a first Quarter Lead on a 19-Yard ends up by Joe who was named uie game s outstanding player. The game was played under sunny skies in go degree weather. Seltino bulled Over from the 1 in the third Quarter for Villanova s other touch Down. He repeatedly Cut through the out charged wheat shocker line Wichita held Villanova to a ?-3 halftime Lead on a second Quarter Field goal kicked by shocker tackle Bill Seigla from 26yards out but coach Alex Bell s wildcats broke the game open in the third period scoring a touchdown and a Field goal the first two times they had the bail. The wildcats recovered the second Hail Kickoff on the Wichita 21, and cranked up a 79-Yard March powered largely by the running of Rettino and halfback Larry Plueck. Wichita was held to its Field goal until the final two minutes when quarterback Lex Zyskowsky swept five Yards for the it Means Only touchdown. Zyskowsky setup the score with a 34-Yard pass to full Back Adolph Wilson. Quarterback Billy Stangarone set up Wichita s second period Field goal when he moved the shockers from their own. 35to the Villanova in before Slegle kicked the 25-Yard three Pointer. Stangarone provided Wichita s Only offensive punch until the fourth period touchdown. Villanova piled up 225 Yard son the ground while holding wac Meta to 111,. A the game marked the final appearance for former army great Hank Foldberg a Wichita coach. Folder takes Over As head coach at Texas am next season. The Victory capped a successful season for Bell former Wildcat end Vitanova had 7-2 regular season i Wichita s highly regarded passing at tack managed Only 71-Yards. 1 i

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