The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, December 07, 1961, Page 8, Image 8

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    J From
On All
or niit-numhered seniors nrl Ihe
19S1 Aasneialerf Trras all Pacific
Coast football tram named Thurs
day with Washington Slale end
Hush Campbell the only unani
mous choice.
Six juniors and five seniors
comprise. Ihe first team. Three
players Campbell, quarterback
Terry Baker of Oregon Slale and
Orecon tackle Steve Barnett
made last year's team as sopho
mores. Campbell ranks first nationally
in pass catching, and Oscar Dona
hue of San Jose State, the other
nd on the first team, grabbed
the No. 4 position. The Washington
Stale star caught 53 for 723 yards
while Donahue nabbed 35 for 527.
Both caught five for touchdowns.
Ording Named
Also named to the first eleven
were tackle John Meyers of Wash
mgton, guards Mickey Ording of
Oregon and Britt Williams of
Southern California, center Ron
Hull of VCI.A, halfbacks Bnhhy
Smith of CCI.A and Charlie Milch
ell of Washington and fullback
Ben Wilson of CSC.
The juniors are Campbell. Barn
ett. Ording, Baker, Mitchell and
- Second team positions went to
ends Hat Bedsole. Southern Cali
fornia; Roger Johnson, Oregor I
State and Ret Carolan, Idaho;
tackles Foster Anderson, I'CI.A
and Frank Buncom, Southern Cal
ifornia; guards Tom Walsh, Stan
ford, and Jim Sages, Washington;
renter Ray Mansfield, Washing
ton; and hacks Chon Callegus,
San Jose Slate, Mike Haffner,
UCLA, Jim Stiger, Washington
and George Reed, Washington
Twe Tie
Johnson and Carolan tied in the
With Barnett at 252 and Meyers
Baylor Slams
In 47 Points
Monday night, Klein Baylor on
I six-week reprieve from Army
duty while he appeals his recall
scored 50 points and led the 1is
Angeles Lakers to a 131120 vic
tory over Syracuse.
Tuesday night, Baylor scored 45
points. 10 in row at a late stage, I
and the Lakers wnippea me Mala
Wednesday night, at I.os Ange
les, the Lakers beat Syracuse in
overtime, 12.1121. Baylor scored!
47 points, including 7 nf his I
learn t 10 points in the overtimel
The three-game streak has'
helped the Lakerf build their
KBA Western Division lead to 5
gamei over runnerup Cincinnati, I
which lost 103-102 to the r.astern
rout-makers, the Boston Celtics,
Wednesday night.
In other games, St. tiuis, with
Bob Pettit scoring SI pointi and
newly-acquired Vein Hatlon pro
viding backcourt help, beat Phila
delphia 137-132 and Detroit
Crushed New York, 133-97.
The Celtics blew most of 21
point lead before beating the Roy
als, who outscored Boston 27-13 in
( just-miss fourth quarter.
- Rookie Johnny F.gan, former
Providence star, provided De
troit's spark getting eight
straight points just before the end
of the half, when New York had
pulled to within three.
Fivn Trniinc
'Big 5' Picks
ern Calif )rnia, which tied with
Washington for second place in
the Rig Five Football Conference,
placed iu men on the all-conference
team announced Wednesday
by the league.
Washington had three players
nn the first tram, and I'CI.A. the
conference champion, two. Stan
ford placed one on the squad.
UCLA and Washington dominst
ed Ihe 14 man second team. The
Bruins placed seven men and the
Huskies five.
First team Ends Hal Retlsole,
SC and George llonore, Sianford;
tackles, John Meyers, Washing
ton, and Frank Buncom, St:
Suards. Biitt Williams, SC, and
im Skaggs, Washington; center,
Ron Hull. I't'LA. quarterback,
Pete Beathard, SC; halfbacks.
Charlie Milchell, Washington, and
Bnhhy Smith. UCLA; fullback,
Ben Wilson. SC.
Second team Knd., Don Vena,
UCLA, Andy Alkire, Washington,
and Lee Bernardhi, Washington
ttiei; tackles. Foster Anderson,
I'CI.A, and Marshall Mink.
UCLA; guards. Frank Msni,
UCLA, and Tom Paton. Ul'l.A;
center, Ray Mansfield, Washing
ton; quarlrrhark, Mike Haffner,
UCLA; halfbacks, Hermit Alex
ender, UCLA; Martin Wyatt,
Washington; fullback. Grnrge
Pierovich, California. Jim Stiger,
Washington and YA Summing!,
Stanford (tie).
Honorable mention Ends
Frank Talilucd, Stanford; Tom
Giitman, UCLA: Frank Rutin.
SC; Duane lockname. Washing
tnn. Tackles Al Hildehrand, Stan
ford; Mike Bundra. SC; ('. B.
Simons, Stanford; Rod Scheyer,
Wash. Guard John Fihy, Cali
fornia. Centers John Butler.
Manford: Chus Cottle, Stanford;
Dive Morgan, SC. Vuar1erhark
Randy Gold. California; Krrniit
.lorgenscn. Wash. Halfback Gary
Sargent. Sififnrri. Fullback Al
mnse Thnmpon, I'CI.A.
-Coast 11
: at 2tn. the first tram line aver
ages 2IS pounds and Ihe barkfield
includes passing and running
; strength.
, Both Baker and Smith can
: throw as well as run while Mitch
! ell pruved one of the most danger
ous breakaway men in football.
Fullback Wilson plunged consist
ently for key yardage during the
Injuries eliminated the chances
of several fine players this cam
I paisn. Halfback Mel Renfro of
Oregon, hurt in the second game,
missed four more. He then came
hack and in 10 minutes against
. Stanford routed the Indians, scor
; ing twice and passing for another
touchdown. He and Willie Brown
I of Southern California, both in-
jured this year aa sophomores
showed tremendous potential for
coming seasons.
Buc Grapplers
Topple Crater
Uespile having to forfeit one
match to Crater, Glendale's grap
plers edged the Comets hv one
point Wednesday night as the Pi
rates opened the 1961-62 prep mat
Taking a fairly young team to
Crater, coach Bob pitted 13
of his boys against a heavier Crat
er squad and came out on top
29 20. The forfeit in the heavy,
weight division cost his team five
Pins Made
But lA-e't speedy crew over
came that difficulty with pins by
Jose Gallego, Leon Smith, Johnny
Foster and Jim Mohr which ac
counted for 20 of Ihe team's points.
The other nine points were gained
through decisions won by twins
Phil McDowell and Slave McDow
ell, and Larry Robison.
Smith and Mohr, according 16
I-ee, seem to have competition be
tween themselves as to who can
pin his opponent the fastest. Smith
pinned his man in 40 seconds while
Mohr took 50 seconds to pin his I
Three seniors made the trip to
Craler while freshmen Frank Elst
and Bonnie Young filled post' on
the squad.
Jayveis Lese
The Pirate Jayvees, despite pins
by Kick F.sles at 115 pounds, and
dary looley at 115 pounds, lost to
their hosts 22 28.
Results: 98 pounds. Jose Gallego
((J) pinned I Hamilton in second
round; 106 pounds, Phil McDowell
IG) decisioned J. Asquisth: lis
pounds, Steve McDowell (G) de
cisioned II. Tidemand; 12J pounds,
Larry Huhison (; decisioned D
MrKey; 1.10 pounds. Bob McDow
ell (O) lost decision to D. La Fever;
1.16 pounds, Larry Troxel (G) pin
ned by J. McCalvy; 141 pounds,
Leon Smith IG) pinned G. Gidney;
148 pounds. Frank Fist (G) pinned
by A. Hughes in second round; 157
pounds, Johnny Foster (G) pinned
K, Boe in Ihe second round; 168
pounds, Ronnie Young (G) pinned
by D. Cornutt in Ihe second round;
178 pounds, Jim Mohr (G pinned
U Baker; and 191 pounds, Tom
Fachet (G) pinned by D. Burns in
first round.
The freshman of Oregon State
eased to a 78 62 basketball victory
over Clark Junior College Wednes
day night.
Jim Jarvis 1rd the winners with
25 points. Willie Thomas was high
for Clark with 18.
At the half, the freshmen led
36 30.
Baylor To
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I LOOSENING UP Fullbock Roy Harvard, corrving boll,
j is tackled by Mel Montalbo during o Utah Stale University
I fivilboll practice ot the Polo Giounds in New York Wednes-
I dov. The will meet Bcivbr of Tfxos in the? first
I Golhom Bowl gome in New York Saturjjoy. (UPI Telephoto)
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ALL-AMERICANS The 1961 United Press Internotionol
All-America college football teom is shown here os picked
8 The Newt-Review, Roseburg,
Ernie Davis In
Grumbles About Race Issue
NEW YORK (AP) Ernie Da
vit taya he's not interested in be
coming a guinea pig in a profes
sional football racial dispute.
"I wish Ihey would quit bring
ing up this race stuff," the Syra
cuse University halfback said to
day. "I don't want to be another
Jackie Robinson. I just want tni
play football, and I'll go where I
can get the best offer."
The 210-pound Davis Wednesday
night became the first Negro in
27 years to receive the Heisman'
Trophy as the best college player i
of the year.
Davis Wanted j
Now he finds himself the pawn
in a giant tug-nf-war between the
National and American Football
Leagues on the one hand and the
government and George Marshall's
Washington Redskins on the other.!
Davis w as the first pick of the I
Redskins after Marshall, whose;
teams have been picketed by racial
groups, was given a stiff warning,
bv Secretary of the Interior Slew
art 1.. Cdall. Marshall was told'
he must hire a Negro player to
criminatory practices.
The Redskins are the only NFL!
Pit Passing
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Al L
Ore. Thur., Dec. 7, 1961
team that has never had a Ne
gro player.
The Syracuse halfback also was
drafted by the Buffalo Rills nf the
American Football League. He says
he nan been contacted also by sev
eral Canadian teams, with Calgary
making a particularly good offer.
Big Pay Offtrtd
On top of this, Harry Wismer,
owner of the New York Titans, in
sists that he will make every ef
fort to get the rights to Davis
from Buffalo and will pay Ernie
$100,000 for three years, plus a
J2.V0O0 bonus.
Asked about the different offers.
Davis was noncommittal but said
he was interested.
Would Marshall's past attitude
about sinning a Negro player affect
his decision?
"Not it all. Davis replied. "I
don't worry about the racial issues.
lie is a good business man. If he
makes me. the best offer, Ml take
Davis, 21, born in Vniontown,
Pa., but reared in Klmira, N. Y.,
said before making a final deci
sion he would confer with several
"I want to play pro football for
about 10 years," he added, "But
mainly t am interested in the long
range benefits security and things
like that.'
Against Utah
NEW YORK (APi-The Bsvlort
Bear knows it must feast on beef!
j to heat Utah State in the inaugural
ifiotham Bowl game at the Tolo
! drounds Saturday.
Coach John Bndcers thinks the
Rears' pro-type offense may be1
just (he answer. i
"I know," the Bavlor coach
said after he ler his 4S man ;
squad into Now York from Waco.
Tex.. Wednesday mcht and was I
reminded that unbeaten Utah
j Slate will outweigh Ihe Bears by
aliout 20 pounds n man. Included!
i in the Utah beef-trust are three
j linemen. Merlin Olsen, Clark Mil-'
ler ami Clyde Brock each of
j whom go,s 2j0 or better up to
i UKcn s z V
"Rut we like to pass a lot."
i Rridgers added, "and we aren't.
afraid to throw from anvwhere on
the field. We're kind nf hoping
that our passing Will open them
j up a bit." I
Ihe Bears, although thev had
I only a is season record to Utah
'Stale's 9 0 1, were able to heal
Pitt and Texas Christian, holh of
I whom have plenty of bulk, e-ix-ci-
ally in trie line, year alter year.
Iniurirs. Ihe Baylor camo feels.
hurt considerably a team that
mtKht have done much better.
Before moving to Balor. Bndg-.
ers was an assistant with the
Baltimore Colts and his specialty
was coaching the huge Colt mid
dle linemen.
Both clubs scheduled workouts
. (oiliv, cheerr-4 by the announce
ment that t'e game would he
televised naticrVilly by ARC
! starling at 11. pm. (Kadrrn
iSiamlard Vime. Baylor and I tan
, had accepted mutation on Ihe
linsts of an equal split of 7S per
cent of the gross gale, including
anv TV or raslio money. The tele
vision contract reported!)' calls
fur alvout Snsi.msi.
i Attendance isn I evpecled (, go
over rv.Vki
I Coach John Ritstun sen! his
stiatna - , .
by a nation-wide poll of sports writers and broadcasters.
(UPI Telephoro)
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Jonntont Insulation
WtlUrn Auto
Four Wind Riturnt
Walhvr'a IMA,
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Hflh gmr Al Conv 771. City RernlrtrMr.
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Old Crewi i; if a 3
P-4n H 20 1
Sn'M II 35 1
Mtgh un: John HardcatM ilO-lTf-14
$45. OKI Crot.
Roseourg Neon 34 1
Sutrterhn Ttre 30 33
Bert'4 Food Market 31 34
Jug'l Club 77 35
Sutherlln Drug 77 IS
I Smart Shop 72 30
City Reminder ji 31
Walker' B M A. if 33
High series: Cn Mr Griff 4A3. Jug's Cluo.
H'Qh gam-? Fay Rlnndn tM, Smart Shop.
Town CMt 31 'i TO',
1 Kenwlsher 3d1 t 3)i
So. Oreg. Const. ?s , 73-,
Kobleri 37 35
Flying A Service 34 71
Nickel Bowl 14 34
High series: Garrison Wmslon TOfrlSft-ltS
541. Kobiers.
High game; Ron Ken wither 4ll, Kenwlsh-
I Douglas Veet
I Four Lads
! Straight Shooters
j Bearcats
jj 11 30
31 17 74
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13 71 14
PI'S 17 71 14 series: Phil Teltertl 333-170-lSt SJ3,
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Bartow E'ectric 74 13 34
Knights Of Columbui 74 13 15
Ridenour E lectric 73 14 31
Winston f Tavern 70 17 71
Richmattf let Cream 17 37 77
Umoqua Liont 17 77 33
Winston Fire Dept. 14 33 33
Lumber Si let 11 31 15
High sriet: Barlow 547. Barlow Electric.
High game; 3 1 7, Knights ot Columbus.
nn uhn ha. rn.oh.H hioh -hnnl
I '. .
j sports for 17 years, announced
Wednesday he was resigning as
! football coach at Tarkros. High
I Sch(H)l.
State Beef
Aggies throiiRh their first New
York workout Wednesday and con
centrated on pass defense, as ex
pected. "We know they'll try to
throw against us." the personable
young coach said, "and well have
to be on our guard."
Southwest Calls
Oregon Quintet
KIT.KNS ( AP) The Oregon
basketball liquid leaves today to
play the I'niversily of New Mex
ico Krvriay night at Albuquerque
and Ari7o,ia Slate Saturday night
at Tempe.
Oregon won it firt Eme lat
weekend, drfratins Portland
veteran Charlie Warren tied the
achool ncoring record with .16
The 1ra.eli.ifC squid is made up
of Warren, veterans Bill Sim
mons, Wally Knecht and John
Mark, and non lettermen Jerry
Anderson, Jim Johnson. Pave
Harovetto, S'cve Jones, Tom Tut
tie. earle Pearce, Sandy Nosier
and Elliott C.lcason.
Oregon wilt return to entertain
Washington Pec. lit.
tatl Sunday Is Family Day
Sunday 10 A.M. . 2 PM
rniiD mmr.e daui sutherlin
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Seal too Int. 30 II 43
City Barter Shop 15 43
Goodwin's Aop I lane. 7 17 31
Torrcy Hardware Co. 74 If 05
Bidt-A WM Car
M 4 H Marital
L & H Lumbar Co.
Magic Gat
Sunset Amusarnanf Co.
Gilhesont Station
IJ'i Tf's If'i
13 33 U
SuthtM-lin Auto Parts
Roseburg Neon Signs
1' J3' H'i
High scries: Monti Rowntrt 211-211-104
434. City Barbers.
High game; Adolf Olson 334, Goodwin
Umpqua Dairy
I porttr-a Ecvhng
' Cofnil U-Ssv
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city variety
75 77
75 37
Barne's Fuel Oil
Pepsi Cola If 33
Douglas County State Bank 14 34
Pat's BroaOr IS 37
H igh series : Babe RuJ lfJ-ISS- 374403.
High game: Babe Budd 374.
Umpnn Ice Cream
If 37
Lowell's 35 71 35
Cinders Signal Service 33 33 33
The 30 30 36
Hlltop Motors ? 37 7f
Treasure Tonet 73 33 73
Bob's Eectric 70 34 70
Byrd't Market 14 40 14
High series; Eileen Simpw 1 1-11-1 II
53 (Sub for Bab's Electric).
High game: Eitoen Simpson IU.
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Per ma Rooting
Todd Building Co. 75 14
Johnson & Thile Used Cart 35 14
j Douglas Painting 71 t
Lainam wnoitsai 14 71
J Southern Oregon Battery 13 74 4
UOQua Gun Slore 17 77 14
Roourg Javcees 13 74 15
I series: Leonard Tyler 143-311-303 3J7,
Douglas Painting
High gmi Irnig Crom 333. Laths m
while sale.
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Food Marl ? ?T 3f
Peter Pan Beauty 7J't 71' 1 7T',s
Curtis Bros. 74 31 74
WiestieWs 71 IS 31
Ken s Cieanert 70 34 30
High series: Emmy Handy 1-147-lf7S23,
Urnpque Dairy.
High game: Helen Curtis 311, Curtis Bros.
?un"' A'fc Mul Co.
Soft a Frank FlyinQ A
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Lunch Bowl
71 14
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71 3
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Roseburg's White
Eighth In Scoring
Stvrral football players Irom Ore
gon's small colleses were among
the leaders in Ihe final fool ball
statislics of the National Associa
tion of Intercollegiate Athletics, re
leased Wednesday.
Steve Reguin. star I. infield col
lege halfback, topped the list. II
was second in individual scoring
with 114 points, only a touchdown
behind Jerry Domescik of Villi
kin (111.), who scored 120. Right
behind Beguin was John Nacht
sheim of the University of Minne
sola at Duluth, who had 112.
Beguin was sixth in individual
rushing statistics with 1.134 yards
total for an average per game of
113 4. Any yardage the Linfield
fullback runs up in the Camellia
Bowl game against Pittsburg
(Kan.) State Saturday rill not be
Mark To Receive
Gift From Kansan
ident Leonard H. Axe of Pitts
burg State College is flying to
Sacramento, Calif., today, and
bringing a gift for Gov. Mark 0.
Hatfield of Oregon.
Axe is making the trip to at
tend the Camellia Bowl game
Saturday between Linfield Col
lege, McMinnville, and Pittsburg
The gift is from Gov. John An
derson of Kansas. It is a special
Colt .45 revolver, a museum
piece, with a Kansas Centennial
seal on the barrel.
In turn. Hatfield is giving An
derson a blanket made in Mc
Minnville. Dr. Harry L. Dillon.
Linfield president, will present
Hatfield's gift to Axe.
Hatfield Sending Robe
To Kansas Governor
SALEM f AP) A woolen auto
robe manufactured at McMinnville
will be sent via the Linfield foot
ball team as a gift from Oregon
Gov. Mark Hatfield to Kansas
Gov. John Anderson, Jr., Hat
field's office said today.
The Linfield team will play Pitts
burg State College ot Kansas Sat
urday in Sacramento, for the Na
tional Association nf Intercollegi
ate Athletics championship.
gives a player extra points -gives
extra smoothness
Compare ... for
taste nd price
$430 i Q.
Cort Nn. 2223
$70 Pint
Only CarsUirs has perfect balance . . . it's never too
lieht, never too heavy-but a subtle balance between
the two. Light in body, yet rich in ta.'te. That's why
it's the choice of the man w ho cares.
the perfectly Balanced w hiskey w !
;:-: 0 -i;tm toer.r mm iii'ui irsniteui'int 1; u ca.'.w sr. an
I Beguin was named as third
string fullback on Ihe Associated
Press Little All-America.
Rilly (ByeByet While. Port,
land Stale' halfback standou',
jwas tied for eighth place in scor
ins, with 84 points,
j Other Oregon players , among
the national individual leaders:
j Rushing Rob Pennell, Ore.
Ron College of Education, Tth;
!Gary Grill, Lewis It Clark. 8th;
While, PSC, 9th; Mickey Hergerl,
Lewis 4 Clark, 12th, and Bill
Dressel, Linfield, 13th.
I Pass receiving Howard Hart
man, Southern Oregon Collei
end. 11th with an average nf 7 9
yarris per game: Bob Wendel.
Pacific University. 18th; Val
Barnes, Linfield, 23d.
Passing Doug Olsen. South
ern Oregon, 5th, with 103 comple
tions in 195 attempts and an av
erage of 153.2 yards per game;
Bill Parrish. Linfield, 12th, with
a 122.9 yards-pergame average.
(Parrish threw 17 touchdown
passes; Olsen, 10.)
Total offense Olsen, sixth,
with 1,464 total yards for an av
erage of 162.7 yards per game.
In team statistical honors, Lew
is & Clark was fourth nationally
in rushing, with a total of 2,591
yards for an average of 287 9 per
game. Lewis & Clark placed sev
enth in total offense, running up
a 3,484-yard total, or 387.1 per
Southern Oregon, mostly on the
strength of Olsen's throwing arm,
was seventh in total passing of.
fense with 1.427 net yards for a
1586 yards-per game average.
Linfield was 16th in rushing,
garnering a 2.525-yard total for an
average of 252.5.
Yon ca Ha Grid '11'
Due For Banquet
The annual football banquet for
Yoncalla High School's state
champion football team is sched
uled at the Scons Valley School
nsxt Monday at 4:30 p.m.
The team battled its way into
the state football B-school finals
and tied with Pilot Rock for the
state championship.
Tickets for the affair may be
obtained at the high school of
fice, Yoncalla Feed Store, von
calla Shopping Center or Yon
calla Barber Shop, reports cor
respondent Mrs. George Edes.
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