The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, November 13, 1961, Page 7, Image 7

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    Two Drain Stars Lead
Local Gridders In A-2
Mon., Nov. 13, 1961 The Newi-Revicw, Roiebung, Ore. 1
AT THE DRIVE-N-SAYE MARKET
Two Drain atari led the list of
local A 2 gridder on the annual
. Oregon Journal'! A 2 all-date
team.
End Dennis ChrisUnson and
quarterback Gary Cox were given
ccond team berths for their out
standing job of leading the War
riors to the Emerald League title
before losing in the state quarter
finals to the Phoenix Pirates.
Phoenix. Seaside and Myrtle
Point each had two players select
ed to the first team picked by the
state's A 2 coaches. The first team
included ends Rich Chodrick of
Yamhill-Carleton and Dave John
son of Phoenix, tackles John Trav-I
is of Central and Dan Coffman of
Seaside, guards Del Schlcichert of!
Estacada and Doug Giles of Ban-
Hon. center Mickey Kincheloe of
Myrtle Point, quarterback Marvj
Crowston of Vernonia. halfbacks
Tim Emmons of Seaside and Dick!
Armstrong of Myrtle Point, and
fullback Mike Consbruck of Phoen
ix. Local stars gaining honorable
mention were tackles Mike Shirt
eliff of Myrtle Creek and Jim
Weaver of Drain; guards Marlon
Young of Sutherlin and Ron Guth
rie of Drain: centers Phil New
comb of Riddle and Dan Kelly of
Drain; quarterback Doug Coplin of
Glide; halfbacks Don Fisher of
Riddle, Steve Newman of Myrtle
Creek and Clen Fortune of Glide;
and fullback John Backus of Drain.
Sports In Brief
FOOTBALL
New York Giants and Green
Bay rackers won important;
games in the National Football j
League, and the San Diego
Chargers clinched their divisional
title in the American Football1
League.
Bob Goalhy scored eight birdies
in a row in the 1961 St. Peters-1
burg Open. I
White Stars As
PSC Defeated
By Linfieldll
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Linfield power was too much
for Portland Slate in a non-conference
game over the weekend
and the Wildcats crushed Port
land State, 65 19.
mil Willamette rolled over
Yi hitman in the only conference
game of the weekend to stay in
contention with unbeaten Linfield.
If Linfield beats Willamette or
ties next weekend, it will win the
Northwest Conference title, ex
tend its season winning streak to
nine, and be in line for a possible
post-season bowl bid. If Willam
ette wins, it will take the league
title.
Linfield, led by Bill Dressel's
three touchdowns, had an easy
time with PSC Saturday despite
an amazing performance by PSC
halfback Billy (Bye Bye) White,
former Roseburg prep star. v
White carried the ball for 146
yards on the ground, caught three
passes for 85 yards and two touch
downs, returned eight kickoffs
and a punt for 193 yards and
scored another touchdown on a
short run.
In the Whitman Willamette
clash, Willamette rolled to five
touchdowns in the first period to
turn the contest into a rout.
Southern Oregon College, OCC
champion, trounced Pacific, door
met of the NWC.
Lewis and Clark scored in ev
ery period for a 2813 win over
Oregon College in the schools'
first football meeting since 1950.
College of Idaho bowed to Ore
gon Tech of the OCC, 12-6.
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Guard, at the camp. (UPI Telephoto)
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PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) - It
was fourth down, the score was
0-0 and Washington State had just
; been thrown for a loss by Oregon.
Into the breach stepped Mel Mel-
in, Willi i-yara iieiu sum urn
put the Cougars ahead.
A lot of things happened after
Melin's first-quarter kick in Sat
urday's football game here, but
when they counted the chips it
was the Olympia quarterback's
three-pointer that made the dif
ference. The Cougars edged the favored
Ducks 22-21.
George Reed, a junior fullback
who has been hobbled by injuries
most of his college days, scored
all three Cougar touchdowns. A
kick by Melin added a decisive
extra point to the first one.
Jim Josephson scored twice for
the visitors and Mel Renfro. a
sophomore sensation, added the
third touchdown. Buck Corey
kicked the three conversions.
Reed gained 108 yards rushing.
He bulled across from the 1 with
the same's final touchdown after
an 87-yard scoring drive. Earlier
he had scored from the 2 and
the 6.
The drive was set up by passes
of 29 yards from Dave Mathieson
to Jim Boyland and 22 yards
from Boyland to All-America can
didate Hugh Campbell on the 5.
Josephson swung around left
end for both of his TDs. The fir4
came on a nine-yard run climax
ing a 45-yard drive which followed
1 on the heels of Melin's field goal.
Linebacker Bill Swain set up the
second one, interceding a Mathie
son pass on the WSU 40 early in
ing to the S. Josephson went six
yards.
The Ducks' next drive took
j them from their own S3 to the
WSU 2 in a series of short bites.
Corey plunged over.
College Scores
Three Major Schools
Are Unbeaten, Untied
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Only three maior schools are
included in the list of four year
enlleces unbeaten and untied in
college football, an Associated
: Press check showed today.
The major teams with perfect
marks are Texas and Alabama,
8-0, and Rutgers, 7-0. There arc
20 small college teams in the per
fect record class.
Colorado as well as Southeast
ern Louisiana, Arkansas Tech and
Otterbein were teams which lost
their first game last weekend.
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College Football
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
(Saturday's Results)
East
Tcnn Slate 20, West Virginia
Noire Dame 2fi, Pittsburgh 20
Rutgers 27, Delaware 19
VMl 39, Buffalo S
Yale 23, Penn. 0
Harvard 9, Princeton T
Holy Cross 44, Massachusetts 7
Cornell 25, Brown 0
Columbia 35, Dartmouth 14
Army 48, William & Mary 13
Dickinson 20, Johns Hopkins 8
, MIDWEST
Ohio State lfi. Indiana 7
Purdue 7, Michigan State (
Minnesota 16, Iowa 9
Michigan 38. Illinois t
Wisconsin 29, Northwestern 10
Oklahoma 7, Missouri 0 i
Nebraska 16. Iowa State 13
Kansas 34, Kansas State 0
SOUTH i
Maryland 10, N.C. State 7
South Carolina 21, Clemson 14
Florida 21. Georgia 14
I.SU 30, North Carolina 0
Tennessee 10, Georgia Tech.
Wake Forest 24, Virginia
Tech. 15 ,
Duke 30, Navy 9
Mississippi State It, Auburn 10
Mississippi 54, Chattanooga 0
Kentucky 16, Vanderbilt 3 j
Alabama 66. Richmond 0 :
Wisconsin State 8, Arkansas
State 7
SOUTHWEST
Texas A It M 25, Southern
Methodist 12
Texas 33, Baylor 7
Arkansas 10. Rice 0
FAR WEST
Oregon State 3, Washington 0
Washington State 22, Oregon 21
Arizona 43. Idaho 7
Southern California 30, Stan
ford 15
Air Force IS, California 14
Utah 21, Colorado 12
Brigham Young 30, Colorado
State U. 16
! Central Washington 26, Eastern
Washington 6
I Whitworth 45, Pacific Lutheran 0
Tugct Sound 14, Western Wash
ington 12
Willamette S3, Whitman 7
Oregon Tech 12, College of
Idaho 6
Linfield 55. Portland State 19
Santa Clara 29, Seattle Ram
blers 2f
Humboldt State 16. Nevada 14
Montana State 10, Montana t
Wyoming 33, New Mexico 7
Columbia Basin J. C. 40, East
ern Oregon 20
Olympic J.C. 33, Lower Colum
bia J ('. 0
Yakima J C. 20, Portland Tio
neers 6
I Ft. Lewis 19, Everett J.C. 14
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