Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 31, 1974 · Page 4
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Page Four HOPE (ARK.) STAR Thursday, October 31, 197] Nuggets blast Sounds for win By The Associated Press You can't keep a good shooter down. Ralph Simpson was off in the first half, but more than doubled his production in the second half while leading Denver to 105-95 victory over Memphis in the American Basketball Association Wednesday night. "Simpson is just a great shooter," said Denver Coach I.arry Brown. "It's hard to keep him from scoring his points." Simpson had only six points before intermission, but then came on with a rush in the second, scoring 14 to help the Nuggets put the game away. Sport Shorts ST. LOUIS (AP) - After a two-week absence, defensive back Hurles Scales rejoined the St. Louis Cardinals Wednesday. The National Football League team reacquired Scales on waivers from the Chicago Bears. Scales, a second-year-man from North Texas State, had been with the Cardinals until the Bears claimed him on injured waivers two weeks ago. LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) Two-year New Mexico State University basketball starter Steve White will sit out the coming season as a "redshirt." Citing a need to concentrate on his academic work, White said he will not compete for the Aggies this season, but will use his final year of eligibility during the 1975-76 campaign. "l,ast year Denver used Simpson as guard and forward and I had planned to swing him like that this year, too," said Brown. "But he is looking so so good at guard and our young kids have progressed so well up front that he may be a full-time guard this year." In the other ABA games, the Kentucky Colonels whipped the San Diego Padres 97-94; the Virginia Squires defeated the Indiana Pacers 114-111; the San Antonio Spurs ripped the Spirits of St. I-ouis 135-98 and the New York Nets downed the Utah Stars 95-91. Simpson's 20 points led Denver while teammates Mack Calvin and Mike Green finished with 1!) points each as the Nuggets boosted their Western Division-leading record to 5-1. Memphis fell to 2-5. Colonels 97, Conquistadors 94 Ted McClain's two free throws with seven seconds left proved to be the deciding points as Kentucky defeated San Diego. San Diego had the ball and the lead with nine second remaining when Louie Dampier stole the ball and passed it to McClain who was trying to make a layup. Wil Jones dunked at the buzzer to provide the final marginm Squires 114, Pacers 111 Rookie David Vaughn gunned in 27 points and veteran George Irvine came off the bench to score 22 points in 23 minutes as Virginia beat Indiana. Spurs 135, Spirits 98 Donnie Freeman's 28 points and 27 by George Gervin led San Antonio Spurs over St. Louis. Nets 95, Stars 91 Julius Erving scored 36 points to lead New York over hapless Utah, which lost its sixth game in eight this year. Hope Horn* o( (he Bowie Knift Star Sports Sore arm fails to halt Hudson Bills picked over Patriots By BEN THOMAS Associated Press Writer Huffalo and New England, both 6-1 for the season, are causing problems again for the old Pro Pigskin Picker as he looks over Sunday's National Football League games. There was a two-point difference in Buffalo's favor two weeks ago. This time the odds- makers favor the Patriots by 3', 2 points, which means that it would be virtually a "pick-it" game on a neutral field. It's tough to pick against either team, but the initial visceral Football In Tuesday's Little League action, Anderson-Frazier ripped James Motor, 32-7. In the second game, Young Chevrolet eased by Hope Auto by the score of 20-7. In Pee Wee action, Spears defeated Citizens Bank. 13-0. In the second game, Greening- Ellis won over First National Bank, 14-0. In Flag Football action tonight, Hope Concrete plays Greening-Ellis at 6 p.m., Zeco takes on Citizens Bank at 7 and Hope Builders faces Colony Shoppe at 8. BYU quarterback gets national back honor t PROVO, Utah (AP) — Brig$ t ham Young University quarter- E back Gary Sheide wasn't in the ! mood for any discouraging ' words before his team took the field Saturday for a game with favored, IGth-ranked Arizona. His positive attitude helped carry the day. He threw five touchdown passes in his team's 37-13 victory, a performance that earned him the honor of being named The Associated Press' National College Back of the Week. Sheide completed 19 of 34 passes for 279 yards and was not intercepted. The game brought his touchdown pass total for the year to 16, 13 in the past three games. And the victory lifted Brigham Young into good position to battle for the Western Athletic Conference championship. The Cougars have a 3-3-1 record and are 3-1 in conference play. "I went into the game with a positive attitude," Sheide said. "We had no doubt as to what the final outcome would be. I was under real pressure, but my receivers were able to get open and my offensive line gave me the protection I needed to find them." The 6-foot-2, 195-pound Sheide is a senior from Concord, Calif. He says he turned down an offer to play baseball at Stanford University, and also rejected football offers from the University of Washington and Navy. Hue chose instead to play for BUY after two years at Diablo Valley Junior College in Solunar Tables The schedule of Solunar Periods, as printed below, has been taken from Richard Alden Knight's SOLUNAR TABLES. Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during these times, if you wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer. A.M. Minor Major Date Oct. 31 Thursday P Minor M. Major Nov. 1 2 3 Friday Saturday Sunday 4:15 10:45 4:55 11:45 5:50 12:10 6:55 1:15 4:40 5:30 0:25 7:20 11:15 12:45 1:45 California. "Gary is an intelligent quarterback," says head Coach La- Vell Edwards. "He has a strong passing arm and can throw different types of passes. He can rifle the ball when he has to and can lob the ball over defenders when he needs to. Gary has all the attributes of becoming a pro quarterback — size, ability to read defenses, a strong arm and a keen sense of the game." In earning Back of the Week honors, Sheide won out over: Quarterbacks Ron Bass of South Carolina, Dennis Fitzpatrick of Washington, Tom Clements of Notre Dame, Marty Akins of Texas, Gene Swick of Toledo, Rudy Allen of Georgia Tech, Condredge Holloway of Tennessee and Mike Delaney of Columbia. Running backs Jim Germany of New Mexico State, Louis Carter of Maryland, Tony Galbreath of Missouri, Archie Griffin of Ohio State, Rob Carpenter of Miami, Ohion Kenny Strayhorn of East Carolina, Curt Edwards of Rutgers, Kim Glidewellof VMI, Dave Preston of Bowling Green, Ike Forte of Arkansas and Henry Hynoski of Temple. Defensive backs Barry Hill of Iowa State and Bob Smith of Maryland. Air Force Academy football players come from 26 different states. feeling was Buffalo and we've ignored those too many times. So ... BILLS 32, PATRIOTS 31. After that timid start, here's a soft whisper that last week's guess produced a miserable 7-6 showing. That left the over-all record at 61-29-1 for .678. ST. LOUIS (7-0) at DALLAS (3-4): The pigskin picker is either going to sink or swim this week on those initial impulses. So, even though Dallas is favored, let's say ... COWBOYS 24 V CARDINALS 21. OAKLAND (6-1) at DENVER (3-3-1): This could be the year the Raiders get to visit the Super Bowl again ... RAIDERS 30, BRONCOS 24. PHILADELPHIA (4-3) at PITTSBURGH (5-1-1): Would you believe that Pittsburgh is only favored by eight points? That shows you that, Mike McCormack is doing a pretty good job with the Eagles. Anyway ... STEELERS 28, EAGLES 23. MINNESOTA (5-2) at CHICAGO (3-4): The Vikings have lost two straight. Will the Bears make it three? No ... VIKINGS 21, BEARS 16. WASHINGTON (4-3) at GREEN BAY (3-4): Either the oddsmakers .aren't that impressed with the Redskins, or they are afraid of John Hadl. They made the 'Skins favorites by only 3 points. But George Allen is NOT — do you hear us, George — going to lose three times in sucesssion ... REDSKINS 19, PACKERS 17. NEW ORLEANS (3-4) at DETROIT (3-4): A third straight victory by either team could get contagious. The Lions are favored, and this is no place for an argument ... LIONS 24, SAINTS 17. CINCINNATI (4-3) at BALTIMORE (1-6): Virtually every team in the league except Bal- Louisiana race track premieres BOSSIER CITY, La. (AP) A crowd of 12,585 turned out to bet a total of $579,246 on the opening day nine-race program Wednesday at Louisiana Downs, the state's newest thoroughbred racing track. It marked the climax to a seven-year dispute in which church groups led an anti- gambling battle to keep the track out of North Louisiana. But the $20 million facility was built after a Bossier Parish public vote narrowly approved it. Despite the long planning, there were some last-minute hitches. Right up to post time workers were clearing crates from stairways and moving construction equipments from the infield. Some carpet still was not laid, and the big glass enclosure for the stands was still in boxes. LEONA TROHELL ...CAN BRING MUCH-NEEDED DIGNITY TO THE ARKANSAS SENATE AS ITS PRESIDING OFFICER! ...WILL TRAVEL THE STATE TO BE YOUR DIRECT LINK TO STATE GOVERNMENT! BRING THE REFRESHING ATMOSPHERE OF HONESTY AND INTEGRITY TO ARKANSAS THROUGH A VIABLE TWO-PARTY GOVERNMENT CUCT LEONA TROSELL AS YOUR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Lrs. Lyuu Harris timore has pulled off a genuine upset this year. Is it time for the Colts? Don't bet on it ... BENGALS 34, COLTS 17. ATLANTA (2-5) at MIAMI (5-2): The Dolphins won 20-7 the only other time these two teams met in regular-season play. Why not try for the same score again? Thus ... DOLPHINS 20, FALCONS 7. NEW YORK GIANTS (1-6) at KANSAS CITY (3-4): Craig Morton should know a little more about the Giants this week and even though the Chiefs are favored bp a touchdown, let's make this the Upset Special of the Week and say ... GIANTS 17, CHIEFS 16. LOS ANGELES (5-2) at SAN FRANCISCO (2-5): This one will probably be so onesided that Howard Cosell may run out of something to say. Well, he'll probably have to talk even more than usual on Monday night ... RAMS 33, 49ERS 17. CLEVELAND (2-5) at SAN DIEGO (1-6): The Chargers were supposed to pull off an upset last week. They didn't. Maybe this time ... CHARGERS 20, BROWNS 19. HOUSTON (2-5) at NEW YORK JETS (1-6): Do we really have to pick a loser here? Anyway ... OILERS 19, JETS 16. A's Hunter selected as Cy Young winner RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) Being selected as the top pitcher in the American League by winning the Cy Young Award hasn't eliminated Catfish Hunter's troubles with his boss, Oakland A's owner Charles 0. Finley. Hunter insisted in a telephone interview from his home in Hertford, N.C., after his Cy Young Award selection that Finley "still owes me $50,000 on this year's contract."' Asked about this and the possibility he might claim free agent status, Hunter said that and the salary matter would be discussed at a meeting between his attorneys, Marvin Miller of the Players Association and Bowie Kuhn, commissioner of baseball. "They're going to decide what's going to happen on that, "Hunter said. When Finley was asked about the dispute, he declined comment. "Why ruin a great day for Hunter," he said. Finley said he was "very proud and happy" for Hunter whom he described as "one of the finest gentlemen in the game." The 28-year-old North Carolinian appeared mildly surprised at his winning the Cy Young Award over Ferguson Jenkins of the Texas Rangers, who received 75 points from a 24-member panel of the Baseball Writers Association of America to 90 for Hunter. Hunter said he learned of his selection Wednesday afternoon when his wife told him after he returned from a fruitless deer hunt. "I thought Ferguson Jenkins might get it instead of me," Hunter said. He pointed out that both of them had 25 victories last season and that Oakland had won the World Series. "His team was not as good; so he had to pitch a little better, maybe," Hunter said. Hunter agreed that the Cy Young Award was the greatest honor to come to him during his 10-year career in the majors. By The Associated Press Playing with an extremely painful right arm Wednesday night, Atlanta's Lou Hudson led a fourth-quarter blast that powered the Hawks to a 104-96 victory over the Detroit Pistons. "It's the excitement of playing," said Hudson, explaining how he rose above exquisite pain. "You get that extra little energy, that extra little burst. Right now I don't think I can shoot the basketball 10 feet. Tonight it's going to kill me." Hudson hit on an 18-foot jumper to put Atlanta ahead 8887 with 4:50 remaining and added 10 more points before the final buzzer to keep the Hawks ahead. Detroit was ahead 86-77 four minutes into the final period. Then the Hawks outscored them 15-2 in the next five minutes, including the go-ahead field goal. In the night's other NBA games, the Chicago Bulls defeated the Boston Celtics 105104; the Kansas City-Omaha Kings whipped the Milwaukee Bucks 99-97; the Washington Bullets trimmed the New York Knicks 94-86; the Phoenix Suns tripped the Philadelphia 76ers 140-99; the Houston Rockets ripped the New Orleans Jazz 113-100 and the Seattle SuperSonics walloped the Los Angeles Lakers 117-97. Bulls 105, Celtics 104 Chicago built a whopping lead on a balanced attack led by Chet Walker and then with- stood a furious Boston comeback to snap a five-game losing streak. Kings 99, Bucks 97 Nate Archibald scored 30 points and Sam Lacey dominated the boards down the stretch as Kansas City-Omaha overcame a 12-point fourth quarter deficit to down Milwaukee for the Kings' fifth NBA victory in six games. Bullets 94, Knicks 86 Elvin Hayes poured in 21 points and collected 16 rebounds to pace unbeaten Washington over New York, Hayes scored five points in the final minute after the Knicks cut the Bullets' lead to 86-84. The victory was the seventh of the season for Washington. Suns 104, 76ers 99 Charlie Scott poured in 27 points to lead Phoenix over Philadelphia 76ers. Fred Carter, playing his first game of the season for the 76ers, put his team in a challenging position when he scored his seventh field goal with only 50 seconds remaining, narrowing the margin to 100-97. But Phoenix cut off the threat when Curtis Perry made a lay- up with 30 seconds remaining, to put the Suns ahead 102-97. Rockets 113, Jazz 100 Forward Mike Newlin scored 21 points to lead a balanced attack that gave Houston its victory over winless New Orleans. Sonlcs 117, Lakers 97 Spencer Haywood poured in 40 points, leading Seattle past Los Angeles. FOR THE SAKE OF OUR FAMILIES We, the Young Adult Group of the Avery's Chapel and the Bruce Memorial Methodist Churches of Bleyins, urge you to go to the polls on Tuesday, November 5, and VOTE AGAINST LEGALIZED LIQUOR IN HEMPSTEAD COUNTY Paul and Joan Noesser Bobby and Jackie Taylor Tommy and Susan Taylor, Ronny and Donnell Woods Lavon and Jean Ann Flaherty Jerry Don and Paula Roberts David and Amy Sweat Steve and Kathy Sweat Ronald Sweat Pd. By Concerned Citizens Listed Above^ VOTE AGAINST THE MANUFACTURE AND SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS!!!!! THE ISSUE: LOCAL OPTION LIQUOR ELECTION THE FACTS: DOLLARS AND CENTS COST Much more than purchase cost is involved in calculating the costs of alcoholic beverages to the citizens of our state: 1. CRIME; Conservative estimates of crime costs fix the cost per dollar of revenue at $1.51. 2. AUTO ACCIDENTS AND DEATHS: Estimates are that about 30,000 people in this country will lose their lives in traffic accidents that are alcohol related. Based on National Safety Council figures and State Police records these traffic accidents cost the citizens of Arkansas $2.29 per $1 of revenue generated by alcohol taxes. 3. ABSENTEEISM: Various estimates of the cost of absenteeism in business and industry in this country, calculated to be one-third of the national average, yields a cost of $.60 per $1 of revenue from taxes. Add to this the actual purchase cost (money that could have been spent on items that benefit the family and community such as clothing, rent, food, health services, etc.), the cost is $12.76 per $1 of tax revenue. REVENUES Total revenue from alcoholic beverages to the state of Arkansas for 1973: Excise Tax: Enforcement Ta*: Permit Fees: Special Taxes: Confiscated Liquor: $13,976,397.06 392,435.94 680,125.00 6,159,590.05 87.50 Total all revenues from alcoholic beverages: $21,208,635.55 This is $11.04 per capita coupled with a per capita cost ot the actual purchase cost of $140.91 per capita. The,sale of alcholoic beverages will remove a tremendous amount of money from businesses in this county if the local option proposal passes on November 5. (The above are figures supplied by the Christian Civic Foundation) Pol. Ad- paid for by Hempstead Co. Concerned Committee—Gerald W. Trussell Pub. Ch.

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