2-B THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS DALLAS RA TES 24-20 EDGE Chiefs24, Oakland 27 Colts Get Nod Over Minnesota For West Title By ,J.U k HAND Associated Press S(>orts Writer NEW YORK (API - If everything goes according to form the Dallas Cowboys will he playing the Baltimore Colts for the National Football League title Dec. 29 and the Kansas City Chiefs will be playing the New York Jets for the American Football League crown. Form has a way of flip-flopping in these playoff games and it could very well do a somersault Saturday at Cleveland or Sunday at Baltimore or Oakland. The NFL weekend program calls for Dallas (12-2) at Cleveland (10-4» for the Eastern Conference championship Saturday and Minnesota (8-6) at Baltimore (13-1) Sunday for the Western Conference title. In the AFL it will be Kansas City (12-2) at Oakland (12 -21, Sunday in a playoff for the Western Division title and the right to play the Jets in New York the following Sunday. After last week's 11-1 record anybody with the smarts would call- it quits. But here 's a last whirl at the picking. ~ •:• <NFI« Dallas 24. Cleveland 20 (Saturday)—The Cowboys beat the Browns in September 28-7 when Frank Ryari was pitching for Cleveland arid Dan Reeves still was healthy- and < running for Dallas. When.they met last year for the Eastern title in Dallas, the Cowboys really poured it on, 52-14 when Bob Hayes running wild on punt returns. Both teams have explosive attacks but Dallas has the sound- 51% INTEREST PER ANNUM On 6 Month Saving Certificate* «f $70,000 or Mor*. 4%% Interest Paid en Pass-Book Savings Accounts. Put Your Money "Where Thousands Save Millions." MT. VERNON LOANf AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION Accounts Insured Up to, $15,000 by FSLIC 12th and Broadway Phone 244-1400 Mt. Vernon, Bllnols er delense. giving up only two touchdowns on the ground all year. If Jethro Pugh is sub par I mm last Sunday's knee injury in New York, watch the Browns send Leroy Kelly into Dallas' left side. Both were dull last week, the Cowboys in a 28-10 win over New York, the Browns in a 2716 defeat by St. Louis. Baltimore 20. Minnesota 16 (Sunday i--Colts held off the flu-stricken Vikings 21-9 on Nov. 2-1 after opening up 21-3 halftime lead. The Vikes really took out afl- or Ear) Morrall in the second half, intercepting two and forcing a fumble but Baltimore dut; in and stopped Bill Brown twice on the one-yard line in a tense goal line stand. Minnesota offense can't compare with Colts, especially in air, where erratic Joe Kapp will oppose Morrall. i Baltimore probably will try ; for the bomb early because inju- j ry to Terry Cole and doubtful i condition of Jerry Hill hurts • their ground game. Return of : Dave Osborn in last two games after knee surgery gives Vikings big plus. This can be a real war, perhaps the best game of the season. AFL, Kansas- City 24, Oakland . 21 (Sunday)—The past performance book is confusing. The: Chiefs went to the old tight-T and whipped the Raiders 24-10 on Oct. 20 and two weeks later were bombed by Daryle Lamonica 38-21. In a pre-season game Kansas City won 31-21. Hank Strain's club closed strong, and Oakland has won last eight. . Against common foes in last two weeks, Chiefs bombed San Diego, 40-3, Raiders squeaked home 34-27. Chiefs clubbed Denver 30-7, Raiders rallied for 3327 edge. Oakland has better running but Lamonica passed them Silly Nov. 3. No love lost on either side in this one. BROWNS 4th Will Resign 3 Of Saints \ Coaches Quit Unexpectedly Harrow ay And Gregory Start For Cowboys Glass, a veteran defensive end, both were injured during the regular season. Both have played on a limited basis since. j er a practice session for the Na- NE W ORLEANS (AP) — |tional Football League Eastern Three of New Orleans Saints' j Conference playoff. Coach Tom Fears' assistants— I Collier added, however, that including his two top lieutenants i Ernie Green and Bill Glass —have resigned unexpectedly, i "will see a lot of action." Jack Faulkner, the team's j Green, the regular running , chief defensive coach, an- j partner with Leroy Kelly, and Jack Gregory at defensive end TAUNTON, Mass.— Pat Sta- against the Dallas Cowboys Sat- p i e t 0 n, Boston, stopped Charlie urdav - 'Simpson, Boston, 5, heavy- The Cleveland Browns' coach, weights, made the decision Thursday aft- j *~ REINDEER ROUNDUP in Norway. Slowly a Lapp herdsman draws a reindeer toward him after roping the animal. Each year, before winter snows smother this northern region, Lapps round up their herds of reindeer for slaughter. Pulls Tendon In Foot Acindor May Not Play In NY Holiday Festival By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer i Lew Alcindor, college basket! ball's most famous player, has ! suffered a pulled.-tendon in his SCORES Thursday's College Basketball nounced the resignations Thursday. Joining Faulkner were Bob Dickson, the chief offensive coach, and Bob Shaw, coach of the receivers. A fourth assistant, Walt Yowarsky, previously told Fears and Schwenk that he would quit at the end of the season. It means Fears is losing four of his seven assistants from a staff which won four games this season, equalling the best second-year performance for any NFL expansion team. Faulkner sounded extremely distressed when he announced Hie decision in a telephone call to The Associated Press. He said he didn't want to elaborate but might have something more to say later. Fears would not talk to newsmen nor return any telephone calls made to his home or of- WACO, Tex. (AP) — Bill fice. Beall, with a five-year contract as the Eaylor University head • Thursday 's Fights football coach in hand, set about j L os ANGELES—Rafael Herto plot his own personal school- rerai 12OV2, Mexico City, out- Xmas Plants, Candles, Gifts, Novelties, Holly Roping, Wreaths, Grave Blankets. Order Early — 242 088S CURTIS-FLORIST 1104 Wilshire Bill Beall Signs Pact As Baylor Football Coach left foot and-may. not play for By THE ^J^f™ PRESS;bov recruiting war today. j pointed Jerry Stokes, 121, Los UCLA against Minnesota in Los; Angeles tonight vyfttm the na- j tional champions' ^return to ac- j tion after a layoff of nearly two ; weeks. ...The. towering, 7 5 foot-2 All- Americait .suffered the injury in the Ohio State ..garrie at Columbus, ; Ohio, on Dec. 6, a team spokesman said, but it did not Rh. Is. 117, New Hamp. 107 Niagara' 100, Bowling Gr. 92 Massachusetts 106, Maine 81 ' Beall, an assistant defensive j Angeles, 10; Rockey Hernandez, :backfield coach at Louisiana! 159 V2, San Luis, Potosi, Mexoco, I State for the past eight seasons, I outpointed John Doyan, 155y 2 , become public until late Thurs- g tate g3 o * n 11 01 Tr Q iwi 0 M cq'was named Thursday as head!Miami, io ; Rodolofo Gonzalez, Boston College 81 Fairfield 69 a threeJWeefe long . Long Beach, Calif., Cheney St. 97, Maryland St. 87 for a replacement for stopped Rene Macias, 130, Los • rv? V* w,„ 71 John Bridgers. Angeles, 9. Georgia 97, Furman 71 & b Tampa 88, Florida A&M 86 , In addition to getting a late —— Clemson 96, Alabama 74 start in recruiting high school Ky Wesleyan 86, San Diego prospects. Beall must gather a IAS VEGAS, Nev. — Andy Kendall, 176, Portland, Ore., knocked out Eddy Parotte, 172, Las Vegas, 4, Cipriano Hernandez, 147, San Diego and Benito Juarez, 142, Las Vegas, drew, 8. CORRECT EYEWEAR 1. Correct Prescription 2. Correct Fitting 3. Correct Appearance Thorough Eye Examination Many Glasses Made While You Wait REASONABLE PRICES Contact Lenses CONRAD OPTICAL R. CONRAD, O.D. 123 W. Monroe Herrln Phone 942-5500 L. R. JA-TRE, O.D. 411 8. Illinois Carbondale (Across from Vfersity Theatre) Phone 457-4919 day night The : mishap recalled the eye injury \Alcindor suffered last season," leading .to his sub-par game against Houston in the Astrodome Jan. 20/j, 1968,' when UCLA's 47-game winning streak was broken 71-69. "His foot is better now than it Valley 64 Auburn 97, La. Tech 84 Midwest Northwestern 89, Ohio U. 80 Gannon, Pa. 65, Akron 57 Iowa 91, North Dakota 59 Drake 81, Iowa State 71 Illinois 105, Tulane 71 Washington, St. Louis 78, Mo. coaching staff and hope for unified backing from a divisive \ alumni that is clamoring for a winner. , was earlier in the week," said Johnny Wooden, UCLA coach. "But we've told him to let us know if it begins hurting again." Alcindor has been excused from practice early to have his foot treated and \V°oden disclosed he planned - to keep his star out of action until the Pacific—8 Conference games next celed month unless the injury healed. That would mean Alcindor would miss not only tonight's Minnesota game, but also the West Virginia game Saturday and the Holiday Festival games in New York next week. Disclosure of Alcindor's pulled tendon overshadowed Thursday nights action on the fi_7 7 Wfllf Rfrllfimv courts, in which 14th-ranked ' rTW ' i «»»/ New Mexico State, the only Fni" De*Rl JCcrnOrfi team in the Associated Press ' °' UGDUSSCnere Top 20 to play, made it seven in a row by whipping Evansvjlle DETROIT (AP) — The Pis- 98-64 at Las Cruces',' NOl. fons tradpd an institution Thurs- Calvin Murphy, 'the" nation's da >' in a National Basketball As- second leading scorer,, ran his sociation move designed to get season total to 231 [Joints in six tne games with, 31 points for Nia- winning Tack gara as the Purple Eagles ral- 1 i lied to beat Bowling Green at Southwest So.. Calif. 84, Oklahoma 46 Tulsa 89, San Jose State 84 Sam Houston 100, Tarleton St. 83 Texas 89, So. Mississippi 72 Stephen F. Austin 98, Northeast Louisiana 75 Okla. St. 65, Trinity, Tex. 63 Wyoming at Tex. Tech, can- Far West Utah 86, Oregon State 54 NM. St. 98, Evansville 64 Colorado 70, Arizona 69 Seattle U. 84, Denver 64 Detroit Acquires ROCHESTER, Minn. - Pat O'Connor. 157, Rochester, Minn., outpointed Billy Marsh, 1C4, Henderson, Nev., 6; Duane I foreman, 164. Chatfield. Minn., stopped Lavern Williams, 174, St. Louis, 3. THANK YOU My customers for staying with me during my -illness and I wish to invite back those that saw fit to leave while I was unable to serve you as you deserve. DOY HINES NORTHSIDE GULF 903 Salem Road Change To Improved FURNACE OIL with KLEENFLO For extra furnace efficiency and greater home heating economy. \ BUDGET PAYMENTS pay for DX Heating Oil In up to 10 equal monthly installments with no interest or carrying charges. AUTOMATIC DELIVERY if you wish and you can depend on friendly DX service. DX Heating Oils carry the Good Housekeeping seal of approval — clean burning — deliver extra high heat output per gallon. FREE! EXTRA BONUS TOP VALUE STAMPS D. HAUN, Jobber SUNRAY DX OIL CO. 208 Vi Main Phone 242-2354 Detroit club back on the' Cleveland 100-92. AM-MASTERS HIGH LIGHTS SCRATCH LEAGUE The Petrolane team planned a celebration after their bowling performance Wednesday night. Petrolane won two games from Mt. Vernon Neon Sign Co. This was Petrolano's first victory after losing the last sixteen games in a row. Woody Hicks led Petrolane's attack with a fine 5B3 series. Jim Wilbanks had a 226 game and Dewey Barton hud a 214. Rex Alexander had a 533 series for Neon Sign Co.. Woody's "66" won the first two games from One Hour Martinizing then felt the Christmas spirit and let Martin- izing win the final game. Gerry Bean and Glenn Littrell was high for Woody's with 566 and 559 respectively. Ed Shields was high for Martiuiing zwith 521. Owen Chelf with a 562 series led Canteen to two wins over Duncan Oil Co. Frank Huston took high game honors for Canteen with a 213. Web Pearson led Duncan Oil with a 535 Series. Opal's Cale and Lums broke even lor the night. Each team winning one and one-half games apiece Floyd Jiumsry rolled a fine 586 series with two games of :Ju5 and 203. Tom Puckett was high for Opal's Cafe with a fine 572 followed by Bon Robinson with a 569 series. STANDINGS Opal's Cafe 45'/ 2 -..8'/ 2 Lums 32'/ 2 -21^ Woody's "66" 27 -27 Mt.V. Neon Sign. 26 -28 Canteen 25 -2» Duncan Oil Co 23 , /2-30 l / 2 1 Hour Mart 21'/ 2 -32'/ 2 Petrolane 15 -39 Before and After Bowling Visit The LAWRENCE RESTAURANT and COCKTAIL LOUNGE Steaks — Chops — Sea Foods — Lunches Entertainment Nightly 319 Salem Road Phone 242-5865 The Pistons announced 6-foot- 6 Dave DeBusschere, a college star at the University of Detroit 1962, was traderl to the New York Knicks for Howard Komives and the big man the Pistons have needed, 6-foot-ll Walt Bellamy. The players will face each other tonight when the Knicks and Pistons tangle in Detroit. Big Bob Lienhard tossed in 36 * J^V™.^ i points and grabbed 25 rebounds to lead Georgia over Furman 1 97-71 at Athens, Ga. Illinois I crushed Tulane 105-71 at Chari- I paign and Clemson downed Alai bama at Tuscaloosa 9-674. I Wisconsin-Milwaukee • upset : Creighton 79^74 while, in other home c ourt triumphs, Tulsa . downed San Jose 89-84, Iowa whipped North Daktoa 91-59, ] Northwestern look Ohio U. 8980, Colorado edged Arizona 7069, Utah upended Oregon Stale . 86-54 and Seattle beat Denver 84-64. On the road. Drake defeated Iowa Slate 81-71, Boston College i beat Fairfield 81-69, Southern waukee California <-dged Oklahoma 48-: Seattle at Mlwaukce 46 and Oklahoma State nipped Trinity, Tex.. 65-63. Kentucky Wesleyan, No. 1 in the AP small college poll, won i ' ! .its 28th straight by crushing San : Military 90-80 at Salem, Va., in ; Diego State 86-63 at Oweasboro, I the first round of the Virginia • Ky. Richmond beat Virginia Big Five tournament. £««3JS3 v :5S3;52S5;SSJJ«3>^ •-'SS?$3»!5JS3»»5J«3 v :ss55=^a^sssw?. v :j !sasss»^ Pro Bsketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Thursday's Result Chicago 113, Milwaukee 111 Only game scheduled Today's Games New York at Detroit Chicago vs. Baltimore at Mil- San Francisco at Los Angeles Philadelphia at San Diego Only games scheduled EAGLE'S ANNUAL CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTY SAT., DEC. 21 1:00 To 3:00 P.M. Ar THE EAGLE'S LODGE All Eagle's Children And Eagle's Auxiliary Children Are Invited. 8i I a i SI 8 l\ 8i Some Beam gift bottles are very memorable. Like this one. imemorative bottles pictured on the Jim Beam gold foil Holiday wrapping are from the prized Beam Collector's Series Jim Beam 86 proof Kentdcky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Distilled and bottled by the lames B. Beam Distilling Co., Clermont, Beam, Kentucky I «;• The world's finest Bourbon,since1795.
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