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MONDAY MORMNG, OCTOBER J 6, 1967 Jets' 320-Pound 'Whale' Pops His Duty Namath Still Hale and Whole, Thanks to Plunkett THE COUWERJOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. By ROBERT MPSYTE kT New York Tlmf News Service , NEW YORK Sherman Plunkett lumbered up from (he Shea Stadium bowels, blinked in (ho sudden sunlight, (hen amhle (rotted the gantlet of sacrificial maidens waving green pom-poms and loosing while balloons. Sixty thousand roared for Sherman FlunkcH and he broke in(o a walk toward the New York Jets' bench. When you are as fat and old as Sherman Plunked, you are always looking to sit down. "Some guys say to me 'You lose weight you he betler,' " says Plunkett. "And I say 'How can 1 be better? Don't I get (he job done?' " Plunked is an offensive right (ackle and his job is relaUvely simple, although wearing. He must prevent the defensive right tackle from running under, over or around him, and slamming quarterback Joe Namath to the ground. Ostensibly, Plunkett need only delay his man for four or five seconds, unlil Namath has a chance to throw the ball. But, because Namath is very breakable, "4 " u - f ME."""" e& ft. ,. United Prtsi international ROARING TO VICTORY in the Monterey (Calif.) Grand Prix is Bruce McLaren, a 30-year-old New Zealander. McLaren designed his car (No. 4). Here, he passes a rival in the 200-mile race. New Zealander Victor In Monterey Grand Prix lineinpn take a few extra pains (o make sure (hat no one, oven accidentally, collapses on Namath's knees. "I figure," says PlunkeU, "that if I get beat only twice a game I'm doing all right. Football is big business now, everybody got a family to support, and nobody's going to break a guy's leg on purpose. Especially Joe's." Nobody broke Joe's leg yesterday, and so Plunkett did all right. He plays his own little game on Sundays, against one other man, a game that does not necessar- Plunkett and the other four offensive ix? have anything to do with the game me crowd is screaming about. He will never tear through people like linebackers do, nor run with the ball nor intercept passes nor even rate statistics in a book. He will just try to keep his body 6 feeW 2 inches tall, and about 320 pounds between Namath and a hostile world. His man yesterday was Pat Holmes of the Houston Oilers, who is 6-5 and weighs 255 pounds. Holmes is 26 years old and quite mobile, but Plunkett, at 33, makes up for his lack of speed with a ceriain efficiency. On pass plays, he either pul his helmet into Holmes' chest or followed Holmes on a clockwise shuffle toward Namath's right hand. Eludes Him Just Twice Plunkett always had the inside track, and the two times Holmes was able to get around him, Namath had already thrown. Holmes' one great contribution, a blocked field goal that led to a Houston touchdown, was made while Namath was off the field and so hardly counted. Plunkett has one other fine maneuver, one he usually saves for up-the-middle sprints by Emerson Boozer. Plunkett hurls his great body onto the turf, parallel to the line of scrimmage, and twitches like a beached whale, trying to make people fall over him. Hardly anyone falls over Plunkett, but the half-step lost in getting out from under him can sometimes help Boozer. Plunkett seems very relaxed out there. - It ft ,, ' I If u' " It f 1 ' x United Press International THIS FOOTBALL TANGLE in New York involves at least three players, but the one with the ball is Pete Lammons of the Jets. He and others on the New York team rallied to tie Houston 28-28. College Conference Football Standings OHIO VALLEY Middle Tennessee casr lennessee 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 U 50 16 76 40 70 32 84 MISSOURI VALLEY MONTEREY, Calif. (UPI) New Zealand's Bruce McLaren lapped every car in the field as he roared to an easy victory in the 201-mile Monterey Grand Prix over the 1.9-mile Laguna Seca course yesterday. McLaren, 30, sot a course record by averaging 101.61 miles per hour in his own designed sporls car powered by a Chevrolet engine. The old mark was set last vear in (be same race by Santa Monica's Phil Hill al 98.5 m.p.h. McLaren finished a lap ahead of second-place Jim Hall of Midland, Tex. Third place went to George Follmcr of Arcadia, Calif., as only nine of the 32 starters finished the gruelling race. With the victory, McLaren clinched the over-all Canadian-American Challenge Cup series title for his team, which is comprised of hin.self and fellow countryman Denny Hulme. Won 3 Earlier Races Hulme had won all three of the previous Can-Am races this year but he went out with a blown engine on the 82nd lap of the 103-lap event. McLaren, who also won this year at Sebring. Fla., said, "This is one of the toughest races I've had in an awfully long (ime." The ternpera(ures, in (he 90s. took a toll not only of the engines of the powerful racers but also of the drivers themselves. A crowd of 30,000 lining the hills surrounding the twisting, nine-turn course, attended the race. The final two races of the Can-Am series will be held at Riverside, Calif., on Oct. 29 and at Las Vegas, Nev., in November. Conference it. t - . .. . ... . " k. I. rn. vp. ne naruiy ever geis excited, wnicn some western 3 0 0 n ? people feel is a failing of his. He has MuVrVy 2 1 0 77 si come to the realization, he savs. that Tennessee Tech ... 2 I 0 5 99 u: 1- - .i . .. - .' woreneaa ms jou is not 10 "cream people, an Austin Peay act worthy only of college boys, but to position himself, through guile and wisdom. He was always relaxed, he says, through Douglass High in Oklahoma City Nor?hmTex and through Maryland State, where he Vj,nri8,i 000 played without thinking of pro ball. Louisviiie " 0 1 0 Plunkett who was graduated in 1956, h9is state - -: 0 J J was in the first large wave of Negro laient, some years before the pros began systematically mining the small Negro colleges. All Games W. L. T. Pts. OP. 4 0 0 M0 16 4 1 0 141 30 3 2 0 157 79 2 3 0 100 145 3 2 0 94 72 1 3 0 1 4 0 0 4 1 24 99 81 107 47 98 - MID-AMERICAN Conference Team W. L. T. Pts. OP. Western Michisan . 3 Ohio U. 2' Toledo 2 Miami 2 Kent ... 1 Bowling Green . 0 Marshall 0 50 27 82 49 61 27 83 37 35 51 6 43 27 110 All Garnet W. L. T. PtJ. Op. 3 2 0 77 92 3 2 0 1 34 89 3 1 0 85 34 ATLANTIC COAST Conferenca All Games W. L. T. PH. Op. W. L. T. Ptj. 0. 3 2 0 2 3 0 2 2 0 0 5 0 103 47 76 81 42 43 33 147 Team N. Carolina State . 2 0 0 44 16 South Carolina ... 2 0 0 37 26 Clemson 1 0 0 23 6 Duke 2 10 71 40 Virginia 1 1 0 20 25 Maryland 0 1 0 9 31 North Carolina 0 2 0 17 29 Wake Forest 0 3 0 31 68 0 104 38 0 71 68 61 83 78 57 62 63 12 55 43 96 47 160 Conference W. L. T. Pts. Op. 1 0 0 30 28 14 6 0 0 28 30 6 14 0 0 All Games W. L. T. Pts. OP. 3 0 1 113 69 1 3 0 37 65 3 0 0 149 12 3 2 0 142 62 1 2 1 69 57 3 1 0 99 55 SOUTHEASTERN PACIFIC-8 Conference All Games Team W. L. T. Pts. Op. W. L. T. Pts. Op. UCLA 2 0 0 88 37 5 0 0 165 76 So. California . 2 0 0 79 0 5 0 0 1 41 47 Aashington 2 0 0 30 6 4 1 0 93 30 California 1 1 0 35 50 Oregon State 1 10 19 20 Stanlord 1 2 0 38 53 Oregon 0 2 0 13 47 Wash. State 0 3 0 33 131 I BIG EIGHT Conference W. L. T. Pis. Op. 3 2 0 3 2 0 3 2 0 0 5 0 0 S 0 67 49 97 90 R7 87 26 115 40 162 Conference W. L. T. Pts. OP. 2 0 0 56 28 Drafted by Browns, Then Army He was drafted by Cleveland, failed to make the team, was then drafted by the Army, and played two years for Fort Dix. He played for coach Weeb Ewbank at Baltimore, went to San Diego, then the Jets. He is said to be a far better pass protector than run protector, and so guarding Namath may be extending his career. "You get . very tired protecting a scrambling quarterback," says Plunkett, "but with Joe you know what to do, he goes back eight or nine yards, you get him four or five seconds." As long as Plunkett can continue to buy time for Namath, he will be able to amble on and off the field, and act out his private dramas with defensive lead in USAC competition from Rollie right tackles who try to upset him by- Beale of Toledo, who watched the race whng' or "'" to the referee, or from the grandstands. Beale is sidelined .kin P""- or, like Holmes, keep- . . . f n rlparl silpnr arm mnvinfl fact Hoosier Ates Wins Dayton Auto Race DAYTON, Ohio (AP) Sonny Ates of Sellersburg, Ind., closed out the season at Dayton Speedway yesterday by winning the featured race in U. S. Auto Club sprint car competition. Ates toured the 33 laps in 10:02.82 and led all the way. Greg Weld of Kansas City finished sixth but managed to take over the point Team Alabama Louisiana State .. 1 0 0 37 6 Tennessee . 1 0 0 27 13 Georgia 2 1 0 74 46 Ole Miss 2 1 0 62 54 Auburn : 110 61 34 Florida 1 1 0 30 44 Vanderbilt 0 10 21 35 Kentucky .02 0 20 74 Mississippi State . 0 2 0 7 54 BIG TEN Conference Team W. L. T. Pts. Op. Purdue .. 2 0 0 66 22 Indiana 2 0 0 41 24 Mich.gan State ... 2 0 0 69 7 Minnesota . 10 0 10 7 Ohio State 0 1 0 6 41 Michigan 0 1 0 0 34 Iowa 0 10 17 21 Illinois 0 2 0 14 30 Wisconsin 0 1 0 7 35 Northwestern 0 10 25 SOUTHERN Conference Team W. L. T. Pts. Op. East Carolina 3 0 0 93 31 West Virginia .... 3 0 0 88 15 Richmond .. 3 2 0 82 81 William & Mary . 1 1 0 40 55 VMI 2 3 0 105 89 Davidson 1 3 0 100 134 Citadel 0 10 11 22 t-urman 0 2 0 36 87 All Game! W. L. T. Pts. Op. 3 0 1 118 68 3 1 0 89 43 2 1 0 3 1 0 2 2 0 3 1 0 3 1 0 2 2 0 0 4 0 1 3 0 67 46 95 46 79 91 144 61 79 59. 80 57 44 110 28 71 SOUTHWEST Conference Team S. Methodist 1 Arkansas 1 Texas Tech ; 1 Texas A&M 1 Baylor 0 Rice 0 Texas 0 Texas Christian ... 0 W. L. T. Pts. Op. 20 17 36 10 43 41 45 44 10 10 0 0 13 19 0 26 All Games W. L. T. Pts. Op. 1 3 0 29 85 1 2 1 2 2 0 1 4 0 1 2 1 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 3 0 54 31 98 48 89 104 27 51 85 33 54 43 16 74 Team Colorado 2 0 0 57 9 Kansas ... 10 0 10 0 Nebraska 110 16 24 Iowa Stale 110 17 34 Oklahoma 0 0 0 0 0 Oklahoma State .. 0 0 0 0 0 Missouri 0 1 0 9 23 Kansas Slate 0 2 0 14 33 IVY LEAGUE Conference W. L. T. Pts. Op. 0 0 All Games W. L. T. Ptt. Op. 4 0 0 101 ?9 1 3 0 60 69 3 1 0 40 31 2 3 0 37 132 2 1 0 63 9 1 1 3 1 1 0 3 0 7 25 57 32 34 55 1 Team Harvard Cornell 1 0 0 Dartmouth . 1 0 0 Vale I 0 0 Penn 1 1 0 Princeton 1 1 0 Columbia 0 2 0 Brown 0 2 0 39 14 47 13 23 0 35 0 28 30 41 61 28 67 7 63 All Games W. L. T. Pts. Op. 3 0 0 119 28 J o o 3 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 93 57 75 24 63 32 63 54 63 63 45 81 15 75 All Games W. L. T. PU. Op. 4 0 0 118 63 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 4 0 3 0 71 49 93 65 46 29 43 55 40 77 65 124 48 50 34 107 40 95 Country Day's Hardy New Jersey Gets Bob Lloyd Is Week's Top Scorer From Pittsburgh in Deal By CHARLES J. RICKERT Courier-Journal & Times Staff Writer All Games W. L. T. Pts. Op. 5 0 0 131 52 with a broken leg. 'Villanova game counts in conference standings. Pro Sporls Calendar Team Wyoming Arizona State Briqhem Young Utah Arizona 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 American Basketball Awmi. STANDINGS Eastern Division Team W. L. Pet. Team W. L. Pet. Ind.ana 1 0 1.000 New Jersey ... 0 0 .000 Minnesota 0 0 .000 Kentucky 0 1 .000 Pittsburgh 0 0 .000 Western Division . Team W. L. Pet. Team W. L. T. Pts. Oakland 1 0 1.000 Houston ... 0 0 .000 Denver 1 0 1.000 New Orleans - 0 0 .000 Dallas 0 6 .000 Anaheim 0 2 .000 SATURDAY'S RESULTS Indiana 117, Kentucky 95. LAST NIGHT'S RESULT Denver 110, Anaheim 105. TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE Anaheim at Dallas. IValional Basketball Assn. National Hockey League Team Toronto . Montreal Boston STANDINGS Team Boston New York .. Philadelphia Eastern Division W. L. Pet. Team W. L. Pet. 1 0 1.C00 Detroit 0 0 .000 0 0 . 000 Cincinnati 0 0 . 000 . 0 0 .000 Baltimore 0 0 .000 Western Division Team W. L. Pet. Team W. L. Pet. San Francisco 1 1 ..5G0 San Diego .... 0 1 .000 St. Louis .... 1 1 .500 Seattle 0 1 .000 Los Angeles 0 0 .000 Chiraqo 0 1 .000 SATURDAY'S RESULTS Boston 105. Chicago 90. . SI. Louis 99, San Dieqo 98 LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS St. Louis 107, San Francisco 102. TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE No games scheduled. Bowling Honor Roll STANDINGS Eastern Division W. L. T. PU. Team W. L. T, Pts. . 2 0 0 4 Detroit .... Ill 3 2 10 4 New York .110 2 ..101 3 Chicago 0 3 0 0 Western Division Team W. L. T. Pts. Team W. L. T. Pis. California . 2 0 0 4 Pittsburgh .. i 2 0 2 Los Angeles. 2 0 0 4 Minnesota .021 1 St. Louis ... I 1 1 3 Philadelphia . 0 2 0 0 SATURDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 2. Montreal 6, Detroit 2. California 6, Minnesota 0. Los Angeles 4, Philadelphia 2. Toronto 5, Chicago 1. LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS Boston 6, Montreal 2. Toronto 5, Chicago 3. Detroit 3 New York 2. Los Angeles 5. Minnesota 3. TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE No games scheduled. ing dead silent and moving fast. "I never say much myself," says Plunkett, "nothing to say, and I have a job. Now football is a big business and Joe is our leader, the man who can lead us to a championship. Even ducks have a leader, you shoot the leader and they all fly crazy. "Of course, most guys are pretty clean these days. I've seen guys with a clear chnf of Tnn inn 14 o HI 1 Viim Ki if hmr onvii nv uuvi luuiuo JVttlU null. UUl tut. V held UP. After a While VOU get to know Massachusetts . pvervhnrlv and vnn frr nlrlor anH cmart. Rhode Island 1 0 1 o-- V ' Vermont 1 1 1 ci, cuiu AJU juav UUI1 b Wctlll IU 11U1L tunnetiitur anybody if you can help it. WESTERN ATHLETIC Conference W. L. T. Pts. Op. 3 0 0 92 27 New Mexico 0 3 0 56 23 54 40 42 55 17 36 64 142 All Games W. L. T. Pts. OP. 5 0 0 14? 47 4 1 0 179 114 3 1 0 129 72 2 2 0 75 78 1 2 1 43 69 1 4 0 100 162 TEANECK, N.J. (AP) The New Jersey Americans of the American Basketball Association have acquired the The biggest jump in the high school JightsDtofffrmeur Rtxtger star ,Bob Lloyd u f rnm IJittt-Kiiirrn in nvrihlnrln - on tin. disclosed 1968 draft choice, it was announced yesterday. The 6-foot-l Lloyd immediately came to terms with the Americans. During his varsity career, Lloyd broke every Rutgers scoring record, finishing with a total of 2,045 points. He led Rutgers to third place in the 1967 National Invitation Tournairrcnt and set an NIT scoring mark of 129 points. He holds the national college record of 60 straight free throws. football scoring races the past week was 1 n 89 si made by an independent pointmaker, 3 3 0 122 129 2 3 0 150 89 2 3 0 138 134 3 2 0 97 60 3 2 0 114 113 YANKEE CONFERENCE ... 1 1 o New Hampshire ..110 Main 0 3 0 Conference W. L. T. Pts. OP. 2 0 0 65 23 13 6 24 24 31 41 23 13 16 65 All Games W. L. T. Pts. Op. 2 1 0 75 51 3 ft 1 1 2 1 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 4 0 53 51 49 61 37 55 65 13 30 107 Henry Hardy of Country Day. Hardy scored four touchdowns in Country Day's 54-0 win over Burgin to capture the lead from his injured teammate, Larry Gorin. He now has 57 points. Gorin and Ward Irvin of KMI are tied for second with 50 points each- The County race remained virtually the same with leader Daryl Bishop of Seneca and second-place Larry Brock of Durrett each scoring a pair of touchdowns. In the City race, James Porter scored one touchdown and two conversions in Male's 26-0 win over St. Xavier to extend his lead to nine points over Jimmy Brown, who failed to score in Flaget's 27-0 victory over Manual. MAJOR INDEPENDENTS Ronnie Moore Bowls 759 Series as Sub Confusion Wins Out As Pre-Olympics Open in Mexico City From AP and UPI Dispatches MEXICO CITY Soviet athletes won two gold medals and Mohamed Gam-moundi of Tunisia defeated a classy field in the 10,000 meters yesterday as Mexico's Pre-Olympic Games opened in thin air and thick confusion. The Russians' gold medals came in the javelin and triple jump. Some 2,500 athletes from 57 countries are entered in this final tuneup for the 1968 Olympics. Gammoundi barely edged out East Germany's Jurgen Haase (or is that Hasse?) in the 10,000 meters. No one Ronnie Moore, a 19-year-old Louisville bowler, rolled a big 759 actual series as a substitute in the Sunday Mixed League at Thelmal Lanes yesterday. Although asked to SUb at the last SppmpH avantlv euro nf tho ;innincr rimo minute, Moore started with a 290 game For. that mattcri no one knew exactly and then added a 227 and a 242. In what the wjnner's name was, He also the 290, he had a spare in the first was listed as Mohammed Gamoudi. frame and strikes the rest of the way. Gaoussou Kone (also known as The 700 was his fourth in five years Diabate Kone) of the Ivory Coast won the 100-meter cold medal. The Sunday before, he shot a 720 in The results service claimed to be ac- the Thelmal Masters League. curate, but had a U.S. javelin thrower Moore, a pinsetter mechanic at Spare as a contestant in the 100 meters. That m. . .i ..... n ....... u lime UOWl, IS currently carrying aver uia"iB.c was numcu iu buui away, uuuc- , -:aM flvlpr haH thp winrl knnrkpd ages of 205. 198. 198 and 197 in his fully unnoticed, when the 100-meter final !SXlr.S!1 four regular leagues In the Masters League at Thelmal MEN ' 1 GAME SERIES 759Ronnie Moore (290). 664 Keith Lven. ItC W DnnrA rnHnn Cinibrt 110 447 Kermit Koenig (255). chuck siaggj. 646 Boots of bowling and his second within a week nas Don Dorton In the Masters League at Tnelmal iui . , h f. . h lf th returned to A 7 V f,,, , tn Vnh.,ioi southwestern (Tenn.) 27, Miiisaps 23 h?e R?nao, Ken lact nicrht pantain Rnoer Whalen's three, qualifiers Or Contestants, came Up.On lnf.y Vu i t 1 1 J7l i , , during a two-day meeting scheduled tO Temple 35, Hofstra 23 Russen 242-wTi- 3sl men1' caPtain Koger wnaien s mree- nffi.i Hctino ,ith a hirri action the second half to spark a Louis-, heein Tnp;rlav Texas as,m 28, Texas Tech 24 Russeii. 242-wn- man team ted & five.game series of the final official listing with a third ... .. . f .. . . begin luesday. 7,V-'?a. Vl??MVa,) 0 3113. Whalen had 1007, Buster Rhoades 1063 and Bill Whalen 1044. ' Metralfe. Rirh Mitchell. 645 Dick Jones 36Terry Nail (235). 635 Bill Pearl, Monk Weber, Cleveland Springer. 634 Al Leffler. 633 Pete Bridges (235). 630 Carrol Bryant (235). 626 Bob Jecker. 625 Earl Smith. 624 Louis Weis 246) 621 Marvin Vittitoe. SINGLE GAMES 276 Jerry Hagan. 268 Cliff Simmons. 264 Earl Goodin. 258 Lou Frantz. 257 Charlie Dusel, Ricky Lamb. 254 Morris Rich. 247 Tom Perry. 246 Metz Scott, Louis Aites, jr. 345 Don Schmitt. 245 John Cummii 244 Luke Carroll, E. Knauer, Arch Hyoerger. 243 oeorge Keeser, bod k liAm I rkin 940 Frank Wil&nn. 238 Clarence Risse. 2J Konnie woore. vjo Jim Bunnell, John McDonald. 235 Harry Stodkhoff, Eddie Miller, Les Belgrade, A. L. Colomb, Joe Haag, Butch Simmons. , J-GAME SERIES 1063 Buster Rhoades (244). Triplicate: 96 Ricky Bobo. Dutch 200: Mic'.rv Lewter, Irv Burkle. All-Spare same: 187 Oscar Simpson. WOMEN 3-GAME SERIES 608 Kay Wolf (225), 606 Peggy Bargatze (226), 60J -Ann Allord (223). 506 Cindy Pearl (231). 51 man Fulkerson. 5C8 Nancy Winfield. Shirley Reinch. 558 Pat Harp (2)5), 553 Helen Schlaqeter, 551 Jerry Salikill. 550 Doris Hubhard. tiB rW.l-t.n LJ n : a C47 tl,r. VA t . Ulru KcsMnger, 546 Lorraine smith, 545-Rita onnei jn the Bennett brothers quarter horse League of America at the Jewish Com-jrai Theim. sugger, 543-Dot sea.on, 54i-inei show here, last night. munity Center yesterday. 538 Dixie Mattingly, 535- Flo Biancnaro. SINGLE GAMES Wilma Sharp, 231 Linda K loiter, 226 Anita Twiss. 224 Mary Kordes, 221 Judy Hollinsead, 215 Dora Nevlns. Team W. L. T. Pts. Op. Virginia Tech 5 0 0 86 27 West Texas 4 1 0 148 104 Buffalo 4 1 0 106 61 Southern Mississippi 1 0 102 53 Xavier, Ohio -. 4 1 0 56 58 Houston 3 1 0 126 42 New Mexico State 3 1 1 99 75 Dayton 3 1 0 84 56 Navy 3 1 0 83 78 Army .. 3 1 0 78 33 Georgia Tech . 3 1 0 64 41 Syracuse 3 10 51 36 Notre Dame 3 2 0 125 46 Holy Cross , 2 1 0 49 38 Rutqers ' 2 1 0 45 50 Florida State 2 2 1 96 108 Miami, Fla 2 2 0 66 58 Utah State 2 2 1 61 59 Penn State 2 3 0 104 76 Villanova 2 4 0 95 113 Texas-El Paso 1 11 91 56 Boston College .1 2 0 65 95 Colorado State 1 3 0 54 65 Tulane 1 3 0 53 94 San Jose 1 3 0 44 84 Air Force - 1 3 1 29 89 Pittsburgh - 1 3 0 27 100 University of Pacific 1 4 0 81 92 Colgate 0 4 0 35 77 U of L's Oyler Haltered, But Will Start Saturday Wally Oyler, University of Louisville quarterback, is a bit battered and bruised but will start against Marshall University this Saturday night at Fairgrounds Stadium. Coach Frank Camp made the announcement after checking his football squad following Louisville's 18-13 loss to East Carolina at Greenville, N.C., Satur- Laver Wins Paris Tennis PARIS (UPI) Rod Laver of Australia won the Paris Professional International Tennis Championship by defeating Andres Gimeno of Spain 6-4, 8 6, 4-6. 6-2, CITY SCORES yesterday. Tds. ex. pts. Total Ken Kosewaii ot Australia took tmra Jl place by beating compatriot Fred Stolle 6-2,6-4. 30 Player. School 1. James Porter, Male High 7 9 2. Jimmy Brown, Flaget 7 0 2. Jim Schmitt, St. X 7 0 4. Dan Lewis, Iroquois 6 0 5. Harvev Penney. Shawnee 5 0 5. Gary Theiler, DeSales 5 0 30 5. Mike Craig, Iroquois 5 0 30 8. Mike Schmitt, Flaget 2 15 27 9. Eddie Chavers, Flaget 4 0 24 9. Herbie Wienties, DeSales 4 0 24 9. Frank Mudd, Trinity 4 0 24 9. Steve Ising, St. X 4 0 24 COUNTY SCORES Player, School Tds. Ex. Pis. Total 1. Daryl Bishop, Seneca 16 2 98 2. Larry Brock. Durrett 14 0 84 3. Jim Brooks, Valley 10 14 74 4. Kenny Hart, Butler 11 0 66 5. Elmore Stevens, Thomas Jeff 8 10 58 6. Ron Thomas, Thomas Jefferson 9 0 54 7. Bobby Wixson, Seneca 8 2 50 8. Cary Eaves, Seneca 6 1 43 9. Bill Ashby, Valley - 7 0 42 10. Steve Tingle, Pleasure Ridge 6 3 39 11. Artie Seav, Thomas Jefferson 4 0 36 12. Joe Watson, Eastern 5 0 30 12. Kenny Case, Fairdale . 5 0 30 14. Mark Gibson, Pleasure Ridge 4 0 24 14. Fred Bullard, Valley 4 0 24 14. Don Stitch, Weslport 4 0 24 14. Andy Arnold. Valley 4 0 24 14. Tom Bohannon, Westport 4 0 INDEPENDENT SCORERS Player, School 1. Henry Hardy, Country Day 9 3 2. Ward Irvin, KMI 8 2 2. Lawrence Gorin, Country Day 8 2 4. Bill Cary, Country Day 4 7 5. Steve Habeeb, Country Day 4 5 49ers Lose Thomas PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Veteran offensive guard John Louis Thomas of the San Francisco 49ers suffered ligament injuries to both knees in yesterday's game with the Philadelphia Eagles and may be lost to his team for the rest of the season. Soeeer Slar Killed by Car TURIN, Italy (AP) Luigi Meroni, the Italian soccer player with a $l-million price tag, died after being hit by a 24 car last night. Meroni, 24, had drawn applause from Tds. Ex. pts. Total fans in a national championship game H just a few hours before the accident. so . 31 29 Lale Salimlay Foolhall Scores International League May Expand to 12 Clubs COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) The base- COLLEGES Arizona 9, Texas-El Paso 9 Arizona State 56, New Mexico 23 Baylor 10, Arkansas 10 Carson-Newman 14, Elon 7 Chattanooga 15, East Tennessee 14 Emory & Henry 28, Western Carolina 14 Florida 35, Tulane 0 Memphis State 42, Wake Forest 10 Mississippi n, oeorgia zu ' . . nut rf him earlv in tho tfamp arm mm- i , r. , i T m ,a iM c 17 uj:h:i ctat u was run. John Carlos of New York, " . V hi h nr. ?.au ,Iul"re 01 ... yeroia Je,rna- Horth' rffiSSHtS 21', Colorado Tstate. not even on the results service list of ""!"v". " " " " "r " """. tionai Jeaeue Win oe discussed nere sama ciara 34,san f ernango m place. "It is easily the most disorganized meet I've ever seen," said one official, and he had a lot of support for that view from the Americans. vine 1 011 j uiai auui y-. . . TT . . , - Camp and assistant coach Paulie Miller ? iratiuwuvB will narrate the U of L-East Carolina of.at l'ast eight major league clubs game movies today at noon at Bigelow UCLA 37. California 14 West Texas State 28, San Jose State 14 Wittenberg 21, Baldwin-Wallace 10 Wofford 14, Newberry 10 KENTUCKY HIGHS Hoddy's Dot Star Wins In Bennett Horse Show Hall on the campus. The luncheon meet ing of The Huddle, UL's rendition of a Quarterback Club, is open to the public. Madison Central 32, Mercer County 0 Pound (Va.) 31, Jenkins 6 Felly, Finn Foil Winners Louisa Fclty and Mike Finn won the standard foil mixed-doubles team match Special to The Courier-Journal TAYLORSVILLE, Ky. Hoddy's Dot Star with Eleanor Lowe of Louisville in fencing competition held by the Ken-aboard won the halter class competition tucky division of the Amateur Fencers lloosier's Iiird Triumph Al Dull of New Albany was the owner of birds which lofted into first, third and fourth places in a pigeon race from Columbia, Tenn., held by the Kentucki-ana Combine yesterday. The winning Class A St. Francis of Assisl 27. St. Brlqid 0; St. Bernard 13. St. Clement 0; Rsurrecton 25. Mothpr ol Good Counsel 6; SI. Ignatius 31. SI. Leonard 7; Most Blessed Sacrament 38. Ml. Carmel 0; St. Matthias 20. St. Polycarp 7; Holy Name 20. Our Moirwr ol Sorrows 6. AA St. Agnes 32, St. Edward 0; Holy Spirit 21, Holy Trinity 0; SS. Simon and Jude 20. time was three hours, 35 minutes. plan to operate in 1968. Three teams Mary 'o? st cec'iia8 24 st Thomas' More o7 st. John Kelly, another Louisville Racing Jacksonville, Toronto and Buffalo-were M.r.'n,M'.!:4 V.'z'll JL 5!' i?'u?.Ll' Ki1T Bryant, won the 16-and-under equitation second, while Susan Ungerleider and Pigeon Club member from New Albany beset by financial problems this past pius 47. Hoiy Family o,- st. Rita , our Lady ni Albert Wolff finished third. took second. season. o Hiimt Later another Louisvillian, Carol Susan Siler and Francis Wolff look competition. will participate in the sessions The IL may undergo some face lifting vJa7dtT4.Saieming!N,eo!i?od Coun,y 7 11 me jvansas 11 iv mnieucs move 10 jonns ireen n, Louisa 0 Seattle. Such a shift would mean displacement of three Pacific Coast League teams Spokane, Tacoma and Seattle. It would jnean that the IL may be forced to expand to 12 teams from the eight team league it is now. In addition, the IL has some internal problems, such as canvassing the eight incumbent clubs to find out if they Parochial School Football a. at A ft .

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