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EVEN MORE RUGGED TODAY Nub Beamer, star full
bock for the Voncouver, B.C. Lions, is togged os one of
the best bocks in Canadian pro footboll today, and fans
who watched him while performing for Roseburg and
Oregon State con well imogine this. The stocky fullback
is a steady ground gainer for the Lions as he puts his head
down ond charges into would-be tocklers a fact well
known to Winnipeg defensive bock Norm Rauhaus.
'Nub' One Of Most Feared
Backs In Canadian Football
Nuh Reamer. ex-Roseburl ind! businessman off the field.
Oregon Stile grid star, it busy However, there re a few de
tearing up the turf ai a fullback fensive playen in the league for
for the Vancouver, B.C., Liont in whom Beamer ha a healthy re
Canadian pro football. spect, including Saskatchewan line
And "tearing up" ia the correct ' backer Bill Burrell, defensive end
term for more than just the turf
according to an article in the Oct
12 Vancouver Sun by Danny Boyd.
In recent weeks nine defensive
start of the opposing team attest
to the driving power of the husky
fullback. Harvey Wylie. Calgary
ttampeder aafety man, has a fine
print of Burner's cleat marks up
hit bark to show for hit brush,
while Dave Burkholder, Winnipeg
linebacker, met Beamer head-on
and heard bells for days. '
Crash Shattering
The list of Beamer'a victims
goes on to include aeven other de
fensive atari who have run into
the steamroller. The latest victim
was Norm Rauhaus, a defensive
back for Winipeg, who crashed
into Beamer head-on
Rauhaus'
emerged from the accident with a
dented helmet and a tick head
ache, and Beamer came out with
a aplit helmet and a icratched
nose reports the Sun.
The meeting came when Beam
er took a handoff from IJon quav
lerhark Joe Kapp and alanted ofi"1" .Milwaukee Braves an
right tackle where Rauhaus was
wailing. Rauhaus drove in at
Beamer to crash helmet-to-helmet
with the ex Roseburg are, and aft
er the crunching imapct ended on
the ground while Beamer contin
ued on hit way for an eight-yard
gain.
Beamer was wearing a supposed
ly unbreakable helmet, but after
the collision a two-inch split was
evident through which daylight
could be teen. On eetline a new
helmet Beamer alated, "I've been
wanting a new one. The rivets
kept coming loose in this one."
Beamer, who has become one
of the most feared offensive play
era in Canada, issued the follow
ing comment on lowering his head.
"When a man cornea into me
head-on, he't putting the best-padded
part of his body out in front.
1 have to do the tame."
Linn coach Dave Skrien hat noth
ing but praise for hit stocky full
bark, whom, he saya "destroys
people on the field in spite of
being a quiet, friendly, easy going
Bowl Of Flowers
Posts Race Upset
LEXINGTON. Ky. (API-Bowl
nf Flowers' upset in the $84,400,
Spinster Stakes at Keeneland rare
course has put her on top of the
J year-old filly picture.
The Brookmcade Stable entry, I
last year's 2 year-old champion
filly, sped through the stretch I
Thursday to edge John W. Gal-1
breath's Primonetta, hrr chief j
challenger for 3 year old honors.
The margin wat three quarters
of a length in the mile and an
eighth event.
Bowl of Flowers, with jockv !
Eddie Arraro up, equalrd the
record of 1:49 15 for the Spin
tier. Timet Two finished third.
The victory gave Bowl of Flow
en the winner s share of 150,64(1
and raised her total earnings to
1-192,884.
4U
Handsome
.,l..V,VV1iV
Herb Gray of Winnipeg, lint-back
er Gino Fracas and defensive end
Ed Grey of Edmonton.
In commenting on a Burrell tac
kle Beamer said, "Burrell hit me
so hard 1 was out on my feet for
a while. You get thumped around
a lot when you are running up
the middle all the time, but 1
still like the contact. I'd rather
be a fullback than a halfback."
Ruth's Pinch-Hitter
Quits At Age Of 73
MILWAUKEE (AP) - At the
age of 73 and more than a half
centur;' in baseball, the man who
once pinch hit for the immortal
Babe Ruth it going to take things
easy.
George E. (Duffy) Lewis, one
of the most popular personalities
in the game, fondly recalled many
nignngnts or nis career Thursday
nounced his retirement at travel
ing secretary.
"Baseball hat given me many
thrills and has been good to
me," Lewis said. "But I just got
tired of all the traveling. At 73,
it'a time to relax and take things
easy. However, I'll keep my hand
in by serving in an advisory ca
pacity for the Braves."
Lewis Beams
Lewis beam when he tells of
pinchhitting for Ruth, then a
yaou"
pitcher with the Boston
Red Sox.
"It was in 1914 and I wat out
with a bad ankle," Duffy said.
"Babe could hit the long ball, but
he ttrurk out a lot at the time.
Our manager. Bill Carrigan.
asked me if 1 could hit. 1 told
him I thought I could, so I was
ent up. And I got a base hit that
won the ball game for us."
A native of San Francisco,
Lewis hat been out of baseball
only one year. He began playing
,-.lifnrmM in 1907
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'Buck For Duck' Pint
Now On Sal At Storet
The Oregon Chapter of Ducks
Unlimited announced that the new
1981 "Bucks for Ducks" contribu
tor pint are now available in sport
ing goods stores throughout the
state.
The pint picture a Canadian
Honker in flight and cost one dol
lar. Money goet to Durkt Un
limited to finance the work nf re
habilitating the waterfowl bread
ing grounds in Canada.
Jack Hayes, DU state chairman,
says, "This it a chance for every
duck hunter in the state to make
a direct contribution to increased
waterfowl populations in the years
to come!"
National Basketball Association
By THi ASSOCIATED MISS
Thursday Rotulta
New York 120. Chicago 103
1it Angelet 11), Philadelphia
113
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Robie's Hope
NEW YORK AP Sugar Ray
Robinioo, who aaya hit ego won't
let him quit without a title, will
try to itretch hit winning itreik
to two Saturday night when he
facea young Denny Moyer in a
television fight at Madison Square
Garden.
for a boy who used to win 40
and SO it a clip, two in a row
shouldn't leem important. For
Sugar Ray, at 41, it ia vital. If
he ran t beat the 22 year old
speedster from Portland, Ore.,
then he most likely won't even
get close to another shot at the
middleweight crown. That a what
Hobiiuoa wanla more than any
thing. Robinson his held the 1M pound
division crown, or a piece of it,
five timet.
Quinine Hated
"I'd hate to quit again without
the title," the fading veteran
said. "I know I'm not what I used
to be but I think I've gut enough
to beat either Downes or Full
mer." Terry Downes, of London. Is
recognized at champion in New
York, Matsaehusetta and F.ng
land. Gene Fullmer of West Jor
dan, Utah, ia the NBAs cham
pion. Robinson, now ranked as the
No. 4 contender, hat a 144 9 3
record, including 93 knockouts.
Moyer, ranked ninth, hat 30 5
record, including only eight
knockouts.
The 10-rounder will be telecast
(ABC-TV, p.m. EST) nationally.
San Jose Plans
Try For Upset
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) San
Jose State was to fly into Eugene
today, ready to try for an upset
over the University of Oregon in
Saturday's football clash.
And coach Bob Tichenel's air
attack, featuring Chan Gallegos,
the nation! leading collegiate
passer, it capable of pulling OJt
a victory against Oregon's injury
riddled backfield.
Oregon coach Len Casanova
slill wat hopeful yesterday that
two of his injured halfbacks,
Mike Gaechter and Larry Hill,
might be ready for tome action
Saturday.
Halfbacks Out
Three other halfbacks Mel
Renfro, Ben Brown and Denny
Jackson are out, and sophomore
I.u Bain probahly will open at the
'left hair spot. Jim Josephson, full
I back who started the last two
I games, also wat on the injured
list.
San Jose Slate is winless in the
five garnet played to date be
tween the two teams. This year
might well be Its best chance to
beat Oregon.
Tichenel hat four men on his
squad who run the 100 yard dash
in less than 10 seconds, and Gal
legos has completed 54 passes
six of them for touchdowns, to
help San Jose State to its 31 tea
son record.
Oregon hat a 13 record, itt
only win coming in the teason
opener against Idaho.
The Ducks have lost to Utah,
Minnesota and Arizona.
Oregon Stater 11
Heads For Tempe
CORVAt.LIS (AP) Oregon
State, still looking for its second
football win, wat scheduled to
leave today at noon for Tempe,
and Saturday's game with Ari
lona State.
Coach Tommy Prothro aent his
team through final preparations
Thursday. In a major twitch of
positions, Prothro moved Don
Kasso, a halfback In his three
seasons at Oregon State, to the
split end spot.
The move was to fill the va
cancy created when Roger John
son wat injured.
Terriers To Seek Split
With Roseburg Teams
The Sutherlin Junior High Ter
riers will seek a 1981 split with
Roseburg teams on Saturday morn
ing when they travel to ptay with
Joseph Lane. The seventh grade
game will start at 10:30 a m.
Last week the Terriert dropped
j a hard (ought 13 8 decision to Fre
j mont in a game decided by au
, periority of reserves.
I The Terriert now have a 12
I mark for the season with 40 points
1 scored as opposed to 31 for their
opponents, report.! correspondent
I Mrs. Jerry DeMuth.
. . .
JJ7 i. I. Jocttoa St.
Phone OR J-S423
6 The News-Review, Roseburg,
HUNTERS, GET BUSY
More Deer Hides Needed
For Vets' Rehabilitation
The Roseburg Elka Lodge re
porta more deer hides are needed1
to be used in the rehabilitation
program of the nation's VA Hos
pitals. The reminder comes before the
final weekend of the general deer
teason which closes at sundown
Oct. 22. However, special extended
seasons and controlled unit hunts
will still be in progress, and the
hides from the kills on these hunts
can also be turned in to the pickup
stations.
An extended deer hunt in t h e
Umpqua Valley district will be in
progress the weekendi of Nov. 11
12 and 18 29 for those having un
used deer tags.
In addition to the deer hides,
the Elks also announced they
would be collecting elk hides from
the general elk season Oct. 28
through Nov. 15. For further infor
mation on the elk season, contact
the state Game Commission, OR
3-5373.
To date 304 hides have been ship
ped by the local Elks Lodge, and
an additional 75 have been collect
ed since the shipment. The hides
will be used in physical therapy
treatment at the VA Hospitals,
and the program is reportedly one
of the most successful now in use.
Hunters can also deposit deer or
elk hides at any Elks Club in the
stale, or other designated area set
up by the Elks. In using deposits
in areas other than Roseburg,
hunters are asked to attach tags
to the hides crediting the Rose
burg Elks. These tags are avail
able at the Elks Club, J.C. Sport
Kansas Team
Picked No. 1
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
In five games this season, Pitts.
burg State Teachers College of
Kansas has scored 149 points and
permitted none for an unblem-j
ished football record. j
So when the one-two teams of
a week ago, Texas A. and I. and
Humboldt State, were upset vie-j
tims and the Pittsburg Gorillas!
made it 5-0 by thumping St. Bene-j
diet's 260, the parlay catapulted i
the Kansas team into first place j
in The Associated Press' small1
college poll. I
Humboldt dropped nut of the
top ten after losing to Sacramento
State, 19 7, and Texas A. and 1.,
beaten 15-8 by previously winless
Howard Payne, slipped to No. 7.
The top ten (points figured on
a basis of 10 for first, for sec
ond, etc.; first place votes in par
entheses): 1. Pittsburgh (Kan.) (3) 87
2. Baldwin Wallace 58
3. Southeastern Louisiana 47
4. Northern Michigan (1) 36
5. Whittier 31
6. Hofstra 29
7. Texas A & I (1) 27
I. Lamar Tech (1) 19
9. West Chester (Pa.) (1) 18
10. Fresno State (1) 14
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TOWERING HIGH obove tHe crowd, Philadelphia's W,lt
(the Stilt) Chamberlain sends a soft loyup into the basket
during the game against Los Angeles there Thursdav
night. Surrounding him ore Lakers Tom Hawkins (20 1
and Jerry West ond Warriors Tom (Veschery (14) and
Paul Arum (ID. Chamberlain scored 43 points, but the
Lakers won, 118-113. (UPI Teirphoto).
Ore. Fri., Oct. 20, 1961
ing Goods, and Bill Jones' Ump
qua Gun Store.
Collection spots in the Roseburg
area are:
Sportsman Supply, Sutherlin;
Sulherlin city jail; Roseburg West
side fire station; Roseburg rural
fire station; Elks Temple, main
entrance; Winston Diilard Fire
Department; Model Market, Win
ston; F'ord't Lumber Co., Diilard;
Paul B. Ilult Lumber Co., Diilard;
and Sunset Market, Winchester.
To facilitate collection of hides,
the Elks have instituted a collec
tion service.' Hunters may con
tact Henry Sherlock (OR 3-3201),
the Elka Club (OR 3-8233), Byrl
Fanning (OK 3-8339) or Marvin
Shuping (OS) 9 5030).
Kaline's Award
Is A Surprise
DETROIT (AP) "I'm sur
prised I got it. I didn't think J
had that bad a year in 1960."
AI Kaline's reaction of the year
was barely short of astonishment.
"It's good to win it." said the
right fielder, who boosted his bat
ting average 46 points to .324 and
helped the Tigers to a second
place finish. "I'm happy to be
picked for anything that's good.
"But I don't know how I got it
I didn't think I was even being
considered."
Kaline received 23 votes from
the 156 members of the Baseball
Writers' Association nf America
who participated in The Associ
ated Press' annual comeback-of-the
year poll. The writers named
27 players in their ballots.
Second with 18 votes was Dick
Donovan, who had a 10 10 pitch
ing record for the Washington
Senators and since has been trad
ed to Cleveland. Norm Cash of
the Tigers, who won the league
batting title with a .361 average,
was third with 16. Then came
New York's Elston Howard and
Detroit's Rocky Colavitn with 13
points, Detroit's Don Mossi with
12, New York's Luis Arroyo with
10, New York's Whitey Ford with
8, and Cleveland's Jim Piersall
with 7.
"I thought Mossi or Howaid
were the leading candidates for
it." said Kaline. "I was happy
with my season, though, and aft
er haveing that had year when I
hit .278. it was nice to get back
above .300."
Washington State Back
Hurt, Won't Make Trip
PULLMAN'. W'a.di. (AP) Pete
Schenck, Washington State Uni
versity right half, won't make the
trip to Bloomington and a Satur
day game with Indiana.
Coach Jim Sutherland said
Thursday night the senior from
Los AnKcles will miss the trip
because of injuries.
jet.
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The Winner Of Tonight's Tilt At Marshfield Eyed
As Probable District Champion; Both On Win Jags
By NIEL CILLIRS
Ntwt-Review Sperta Writer
"It's the big one," was the com
ment of calm, collected Roy
Thompson as he put his Roseburg
Indians through littht drills Thurs
day in preparatior for the import
ant District 5 A1 encounter with
Marshfield's Pirates tonight. j
Kickoff time for the all-important
clash at Coot Bay is I, and
KQF.N will be on hand to bring
play-by-play action to the local
fans unable to make the trip.
The battle between the Indians
and the Pirates will feature the
top two teams in the Midwestern
League. The Tribesmen currently
ride herd on the lead with a 4-0
mark in 5-A-l play, while the Pi
rates sport a 3-0 record to follow
closely in second. For the teason
the Indians, rank No. 2 in the tlate.
pack an impressive (-0 record, and
the Pirates have a 42 mark to
hold down eighth place on the AP
poll.
Reward Great
The winner of tonight's game
will definitely be in the driver's
seat in Midwestern League com
petition, and will be almost a aure
bet to represent District 5-A 1 in
the state playoffs.
At a result of tonight's game a
win streak it going to be ended
either Roteburg't six straight or
Marshfield't four in a row. The In
diana have recorded succetsive
wint over Grants Pass, Spring
field, North Eugene, Thurston,
North Bend and North Salem
having allowed only 19 points in
the tix outings. Marshfield, after
losing to Klamath Falls and Med
ford in its openers, came back
ttrong to dump Granta Pass. South
Eugene, North Eugene and Thurt
in order.
Traveling to Coos Bay the Indi
ana will be hoping to repeat last
year'a win over the Pirates. Last
year victory for the local 11 was
the first in 22 years, and the Tribe
will be hoping to make it two in a
row, while the Bucs will be out to
avenge the Diemisn of tneir near
perfect record.
Game Rated Tough
Both coaches rate the game as a
real "touahie." Thompson feels
that Marshfield is probably one of
the stronger teams the Indians
have faced, putting them in the
same class with North Salem. How
ever, Thompson is1 certain his
charges are ready for the game
and will give their best in the fight.
Marshfield mentor Pete Susick
stated after watching the Rose-burg-North
Salem game that the
Indians and the Vikings were the
best prep teams he had seen this
season. He went on to say that his
Pirates would have their hands
full, "and mustn" make any mis
takea if they are to topple the In
dians." The Pirates will hold an advant
age weight-wise in the line. The
Indians hold a slight edge In the
backfield weight.
Up front the Indians will have
all-state end Ray Palm leading
the .attack. Palm is the leading re
ceiver to date with a total of 14
catches seven of which came last
week in the Indians' 13-7 victory
over North Salem. At the other end
slot will be Pete Rutter.
Workhorses Bif
Holding down the tackle pnsiti-
Americas' Cup
Competition Set
MONTERREY. Mexico ( AP) .
U.S. champion Jack Nicklaus was
j concerned about his mental atti
tude as Uncle Sam's top amateur
golfera prepared to defend the
Americas Cup against Canada and
j Mexico this weekend at Monterrey
: Club Campestre.
"I need at least a week or 10
dayt to get sharp for a tourna
ment," the husky Ohio State stu
dent from Columbus said toder
after his first practice round. "IV
been busy with my studies foi ,ne
last few weeks.
"I haven't hit manv balls since
the Walker Cup matchet at Se
attle in the National Amateur at
Pebble Beach. I have to be think
ing right to play my best golf."
Nicklaus, 21, apparently was the
only man concerned about his
capabilities in the tricomered bat
tle scheduled Saturday and Sun
day. The Yanks are overwhelming
favorite to win the hemispheric
trophy for the sixth straight time.
Six 18-hole team matches, in
which two men representing a
country hit alternate shots, are
scheduled Saturday morning with
six individual matches for the aft
ernoon. Six team and six individ
ual matchet also will be played
Sunday.
The rival captains will announce
their lineups later today.
In addition to Nicklaus. the U S.
team is made up of Charles Coe
of Oklahoma City, team captain
and twice national champion;
Deane Beman. Bethesda. Md ; Wil
liam Hyndman 111 of Philadelphia;
Bob Gardner, Spring Ijke. N J.:
Charlie Smith. Gastonia. N.C . and
Dudley Wysong, McKinney, Tex.
Coe said he expects the tough
est opposition to come from the
Canadians, win missed out by only
lli points last year in Ottawa.
The United Slates won 21 -i to 20,
with Mexico trailing at 12i points.
One point is given for each vic
tory, with a half point to each
side in a halved match.
MORE and MORE people
ARE HAVING DINNER
of
'. ROSE HOTEL
th
tions for the Indians will he Doug
John at 215 pounds and Tom Hnbbs i
at 190. Filling the Boles at guaro
will be Paul Nolte and Bob Welch, 1
while Bob Roark will work at cen
ter and will also ttar nn defence.
In the backfield the Indians will I
have ;unior quarterback Paul
Brothers running the show. Broth-1
en it one of the top runners for
the local gridders. and came to life
through the air last week to pro-,
vide the Indians offense with a i
double threat.
Surrounding Brothers will be
halfback l Joelson, the speed mer
chant of the attack; fullback Mike
Flury, the workhorse; and wing
back Bruce Long, a power runner
with plenty of speed, and a good
receiver. Flury is the leading
ground gainer for the Indians. He
has averaged S yards per-carry for
92 tries.
Reserve Strength Good
The Indians have plenty of re
serve power for the backfield with
Bill Kirkpatrick, Jim Beamer and
Lance Casebeer expected to spell
the starters. Dick Gwaltney is on
the doubtful list due to a knee in
jury. Gary Gum will kick off for the
Tribe, while the beef of the Indian
roster will enter for defensive ac
tion at Glen Goddard, Bruce Han
ford, Kenny King and Casebeer
see action along with the double-
duty stars. Goddard packs the
most weignt for the Indians, tip
ping the scales at 220.
The line for the Pirates will find
ends Stan Traxler and Mike Hol
Buffalo Bills Go After Third
Victory In Pro Grid Circuit
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Buffalo goes after its third
straight victory and a possible
climb into first place in the east
ern Division of the National Foot
ball League tonight.
In the way is another team that
hasn't been doing so well but
knows now it's Hie time for it
Boston. Sunday the other members honk
up, with San Diego, leading the
Western division by 2" games and
unbeaten for the season, traveling
to Oakland; New York going to
Denver, and Dallas playing at
Houston.
Big 'Ifs' Shew
Should Buffalo beat Boston and
New York lose to Denver, the
Bills would take over first place
in the Eastern Division. A Boston
victory, however, would mean a
tie for the division iead between
Boston and New York.
Buffalo last Sunday almost
ruined Dallas' chances liy toppling
the Texans 27-24. The previous
week the Bills had whipped Hous-
ton 2212 to put Coach Ixu Rymkus
of the Oilers nn the skids.
Then on Sunday, when Boston
played Houston, the 1960 league
champions, to a 31-31 tie, Rymkus
slid all the way out of a coaching
job.
Chargers Ahead
San Diego can't he bothered
much even if it should, in some
strange way, lose to the lowly
C. M. McDERMOTT
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Football Forecast
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20
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Ariiwie St. 22 Oratwi Sr. 17
Army 45 Idohg 7
Baylor 2i Ttiai Tack. B
Clitr. 17 So. Calif. S
Colwed 30 Kontol Sear B
Dartmouth Holy Cross 14
Duke 13 CUmMM
Florioo 17 Voo4artW B
Goeroifl Toch 17 Aubgre 13
Iowa 22 Wisconsin 7
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land, tackles John Mahaffy and
John Laytnn, guards Roger Qual
man and Doug Monson and renter
Erme Manders in action. All but
Mahaffy and Monson are veterans
for the Pirates.
The Pirate backfield will be com
posed nf quarterback Jim Elliott,
hulfnacks Gary l.rabaugh and
Pete Tully, and fullback Doyle
Gamble. Elliott is reported to be a
better than average passer, while
the power plays are handled by
Gamble. Crabaugh is a leading re
ceiver for Elliott's aerials, and it
definite threat nn the ground with
his speed. Tully is mainly used
as a blocking back.
Defensively coach Susick will
probably have Jim Girt, "Butch'1
Smith, Bruce Anderson. Carl Nel
son. Let Enfle and Bob Scovtlle
in the lineup.
The tentative starting lineups for
tonight's game arc:
ROSEBURG POS MARSHFIELD
Palm (185 E Holland (189)
Hobbs (190) T Mahaffy (201)
Welch (170) G Qualman (19.1)
Roark (175) C Manders (188)
Nolte (165) G Monson (169)
John (215) T Layton (203)
Rutter (180) E Traxler (185)
Brothers (180) QR Elliott (160)
Joelson (165) HB Crabaugh (154)
Flury (210) FB Gamble (182)
Long (180) HB Tully (151)
Defensive changes: Roseburg;
Goddard (220), Hanford (180),
King (185), Casebeer (160). Marsh
field; Girt (157), Smith (149). An
dersn (191). Nelson (178), Engle
(171), Scoville (148).
Oakland Raiders. The Chargers
are so far ahead they can keep the
lead for two weeks no matter what
happens. Oakland is mired in the
Western Division cellar; and al
though the Raiders have played
much better football since a coach
ing change, they still haven't won
any.
Houston and Dallas meet in a
game that has the two highest
rated clubs in the circuit fighting
just to hang on. Houston was the
favorite for both the Western Di
vision and the league titles before
the season started.
New York will be returning a
Denver visit of a month ago. In
New York the Titans managed a
35-28 victory. Denver won at home
last Sunday, beating Oakland by
27-24. New York lost at home, tak
ing a 25-10 licking from San Diego.
Sporfs In Brief
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
BASEBALL
NEW YORK Al Kaline nf De
troit was voted the American
League's Comeback Tlayer of the
Year for 1961 in the annual Asso
ciated Press poll.
RACING
SAN MATEO, Calif. -Novalook
($18 20). returning from a success
ful summer campaign in Chicago,
captured the feature at Bay
Meadows.
DEALER
Konioi 28 Oklohomo 13
L. S. U. 17 Ktntucky 7
Morylond 17 Air Force 6
Miomi, Ohio 7 Ohio U. 3
Michigon 21 Purdue 17
Mich. Stote 29 Notrt Dome 14
Minnesota 23 Illinois 7
Miltitiipoi 41 Tulono
Mm. Store 1 7 Gooftjio B
Miisouri 22 low Store 7
Nebraska IS Oklohoma St. 14
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Tttot A I M 20 T. C. U. B
U. C. L. A 1i Pittsburgh 14
Utah 1 3 Mootooo 0
Uiik Stole 3i Celt. Siott U. 0
Woibififlon 22 Stonl.rd 10
Woihinotoa Si. IB Ind, too IS
Wtil Ttiot 34 Hordin-Sim. 0
W, V,rf,i,o 32 Boiton U. 13
Wyoming. 2B Brighom Y. 0
Ytlt 20 Cornell 13
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Son Diego St. 1 3 S. Borboro 0
Son Froncnco 34 Nevodo 7
So. Oregon 20 Ore. Toch e
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