Nov. 15, 1965
Nov. 15, 1965

Table of Contents
Nov. 15, 1965

Blue-Eyed Charro
The Tigers
The Celtics
Football's Week
  • Sophomores had their biggest Saturday as Houston's Warren McVea finally popped loose to upset Ole Miss, UCLA's Gary Beban ran and passed his team through Washington and Tennessee's Charlie Fulton personally upended Georgia Tech. Seasoned players were equally effective, among them Tulsa's Howard Twilley, Notre Dame's Bill Wolski and Michigan State's Clinton Jones, who together scored 14 touchdowns. But in Pullman, Wash, the team was the thing as Washington State (below) finally did it the easy way and beat Oregon soundly

Pro Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Ray Broscovak Jr., 15, riding for Chicago's Windy City Wheelmen, placed first in the inaugural Barrington (Ill.) Hills Bicycle Race—40 miles through the hills of the Chicago suburb. The time prize for expert riders went to Eddy Doerr of St. Louis (1:50:23).

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Varit Leeaphorn from Bangkok, Thailand, a student at Albuquerque's Menaul High School, kicked four field goals, soccer-style, in helping Menaul to the New Mexico District 2B title and bettered by one the New Mexico scholastic record set in 1960.

Barbara Cooper-Clack of Cypress Gardens, Fla. won the women's slalom water-ski title at the world championships in Surfers' Paradise Gardens near Brisbane, Australia, when she was the only woman to complete the five-buoy course at 36 mph.

Stephen Marks, 11, a junior high school student from Middle-town, N.Y., became the youngest winner of the Cape Cod Charter Boat Association's striped bass tournament with a catch that weighed 57¼ pounds, was 52 inches in length and 27 inches in girth.

Edward Lumia, 17, of Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y., riding Captain's Fair Lady, won the National Horse Show saddle-seat equitation championship, usually called the Good Hands, and the A.H.S.A. saddle-seat medal at the big show in Madison Square Garden.

Ronald Lewis, a doctoral candidate in chemical engineering at the University of Maine, set two school records in candlepin bowling with a single-string total of 203 and a triple string of 451. He had marks in every box on three strikes and seven spares.