BlythevMe (Ark.) Courier Newi - Thurify. Apffl », 1M8 -. FIJI Nlm Tht View from H«rt ED HAYES Don't Ask Me in«T AS i SAT nowN TO THE REMINGTON LAT* y*S some fenlr 3: "Whit m* *WWl *» are we going to have next year?" He was a Blytheville man. Consequently I fresuWM He meant Blytheville Hifh. • I replied: "Well, we're losing, some fO&d boys. On we other hand, we've got sortie gott or.es corning bcik. "You know you really didn't »M«* r WV quWUM." l*» countered. "I know it," I countered rfcH* b» cki * * * All I know for sgre about the >H« hjpketbsfl eMck»»»»l for 1866-67 is that Dwight vyjliarni Ml compiled anwwr strong schedule and that the EhickaMwi voted Walt ton and Stan Williams to be co-captains. i.. , .• ,,-' •-' " ;';-^s.v'<.-a«;^Tv;si' J . ••"'. ' .• i : l ;*-M 1 . <: . • ••,!••'-'• i;.r,,i/: 'Vi.'-V •,.' .'i ' v,!n!<Jii,; ^'^^T^'^.ii 1 j'i;i''^"''!' ;'v-!.i Local Dog Wins Prix* Mrs. William Benton't "Shad- owlaun's Chinah Bara" earned a trophy for scoring the highest points in the African Hound division of the Memphis Kennel Club's annual spring dog show last Sunday. More than 75 breeds were entered in the show. » * * This was Chilian's first trophy, although another hound owned by Mrs. Benton has won thret trophies and several ribbons. 3-Yoar Contract .MILWAUKEE (AP) -Coach Al McGuire has been given a three-year contract to continue the job of rebuilding Mar- queue's basketball fortunes, Athletic Director Stan Lowe said Wednesday night. McGuire, who took over at Marquette in 1964, coached the Warriors to a 14-12 record in the put season, Ui taeond her*. (Uejeliti l*M Two ARKADELMTJA, Ark. (AP) -Arkansas State Teachers, beat Henderson 3-2 and 7-5 here Wednesday to take the lead In h* Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference baseball standings. fh margin in the first game « ASTC pitcher George ones' homer in the seventh inning. Relief pitcher Mike Wicker, hen put down * Reddie rally n the seventh Inning of the econd game by forcing two men t« ground out with two men 01 base. P«rk«r* Lost Two FAYITTEVILLS, Ark. (A» —Tulsa homers produced 13 uai Wednesday as the Humane swept a baseball double- leader from the Arkansas Uiorbacks. Ttilsa won W-« and 144. Terry Shenkwiler got two of Tulle's six homeruns, and each came with a man on. Butch Edwards hit a solo homer for Arkansas in the first tame. WALT HAMPTON and STAN WILLIAMS Therefore, I don't mind saying the Warn is in good h»n*P- One other thing. They have not as yet hired a replacement for assistant coach Charley Eagle. I have not ieen Charley since coming off vacation and I reckon he's still going through with it: taking over the Truman" Wildeats next semester. * + * As I «»y, the MS schedule is strong. Dwight ha» afr ranged 25 scuffles, not including the Holiday Tournam««t Mf*, Dec. 30 and 31. : All the contracts are in now for the tournament, so it ii definitely on the schedule, the Chjckasawi vi. LeachviU*, Jonesboro and Paragould. That, then, gives the Chicks Z7 games and 28 if y»U want to count the opening assignment in the state tournament, March 6-11. As you know, »U Class AAA quintet! automatically qaulify for the state. * * * The season Is to start Nov. 25, Welt Memphw here. There are four in a row at home, the regular schedule ending on the road at McClellaiv and Jacksonville, March 14. For the first time in— well, in some tirnf^-there are no battles with out-of-state squads. With McCleUan and Jaefc sonville in the Eastern Division now, the Chickasaws have four additional league games, thus Dwifht can afford to he more selective, unlike the football situation where Bob Williams went prowling in three other states in an effort ta beef up his book. Dwight possibly could've squeezed a couple Memphis teams in but he's not too anxious to get involved In the Cliff City situation which, you might have noted, has a bit of cutthroat about it. * * + The absence of opposition from Memphis does net by any means water down the schedule. Nor are there any gams* with the Northside Grizzliei from Fort Smith. This is strictly an economical move: It'a simply too costly for both teams to journey clear acrois the state for 32 minutes of action. Last year the Chickasaws traveled by chartered but t« Li'l Rock Hall on a Friday and then went on up to Fort Smith for a Saturday engagement. It was not a cheap weekend. The Chickasaw boosters chipped in to soften the bite. * * * Speaking of Finances Yes, and speaking of finances, it is a p!««ur» ta rejwi that BHS basketball ended up in the black last leaten. Gate receipts averaged about $300 (or each homt Me* lion. Not bad. Fact, Dwight thinks it's downright good. The coach, with relish, took particular note of the keen Interest by the student body, always a telling rode*. "Maybe It'll be even better next year." These coaches are never satisfied, are thtyT Thank goodness. * * * Don't ask ME what kind of basketball team BHS is going to have next year. Ask Walt and Stan. It'a their baby now. ion .t UA FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) _ -Coach Frank Broyles said he expects 600 to 650 persons will •ttend th« annual University of Arkansas football coaching elin- .c here Friday and Saturday. Coaching staff members will discuss offensive and defensive techniques. A special basketball session will be conducted by coach Duddy Waller, longtime Porker assistant who succeeded Glen Rose on hU retirement as heac basketball coach earlier this year. Following boys have been drafted for play this summer n Blytheville Little League. LIONS poug EUHini*. HAclc tflM, Riettf Moor., Toiili iU'lln. I 1 *"! V ttif- b«ck, Cditr Cuttll« «m J>m<! Winti. JAVCEII Gary gHwirtl, Mlk« P»|«. Toft- ftjr whltehfttd. ^UAti Qoffi Honni* Sweat; Robert Coleman >nd R0ni)d Conntll. ARK-MO Chirlw crlgger. !<»£<lr ®? e 'ft p»nlel I»8t«r. ,G»ry Molt, PH|« 6;f anfl Knndy Puftn. KIWANIt Dsvld Firrith, Ohirltl TloyiJ, Ronili bdvlns, wyrnon* Winter, g ill AufrecM, DavW GrlMeB «SH Unley Morale. COTNCR-MVINGTON Bonnls Bisher, Kenny frultt, BUr y JM Million, Bandy Bowlt»«, ChwlH BuUer »»d Mllw Hopper. NORTH SI Mar* Wllltaini, B^f'y KoonM, Sandy S<Ud<W4«, Scott Bull. Jilt Semper. To«ii»y Walker tna Jimmy B»rton. " ZEN1TE Allen Christie, Stanley TnompBOn, Ray EiibanBE. Bonnie Bappert. «ik» Uwii, Rich»r<) Spain, Bon fWa««B and Kevin KlUett. EOTARV Bandy Bray, panny Devers. Bale Sniith, Larry Hampton, Bill Walk- •r, Gr« starnes, Priss tayton, R!<*y Uea««r and Michael pu«ry. SAN ANTONIO, Tex- (AP)« Tht Texas Open had 144 entries without a favorite in the lot today as it moved out in Hie first round of the HO.ODO golf tourna. m*nt HOG INTERCEPTS FAYETTKVILLI, Ark. (AP) — Tommy Dixon, who was switched from wingback to defensive halfback this week, took an interception 45 yards for a touchdown Wednesday as the Arkansas Razorbacks concea trated on passing. Two other passes were picked off during the spring practice session serimage, but Pixon's return was the highlight. Bruce Maxwell dove two yards for another touchdown. "We tried to have a passing scrimmage and the defense did a lot better," Coach Frank Broyles said. He said David Cooper, a fullback until he was put back at linebacker this week, did well during the scrimmage. 7th Graders Hovt Night Meet Blytheville'j seventh grade track team ii entered in i meet at Paragould Friday night. J. W. Seymour's group Is booked against Jonesboro, Kennett, SValnut Ridge, Corning, Newport and Paragould. * * * Earlier in the season the Ely- theville squad won a meet at Paragould, with Walnut Ridge and Jonesboro also In the field, Blytheville compiled 71 points. Paragould was closest with 67. "But this meet tomorrow night," the coach said, "looks like it'll be much tougher, » pretty good meet." The team plans to leave by bus right after school. Field events at 5:30, running events at 7. Harding Freshman Runs 4:11.1 CONWAY, Ark. (AP)-Hard- ug's Jim Crawford ran the fastest Arkansas time this year ,n the mile run here Wednesday, pacing the Bisons 16 a track victory over three other Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference teams. Crawford, a freshman, had a 4:11.1 time. *" * * Harding won .with 83 points, followed by Arkansas State Teachers with 51, Arkansas Tech with 35 and Hefldrix with 10. US Cagers Upset, Must Win SANTIAGO, Chile t'AP) - Its I six-game winning streak' snapped by Yugoslavia, the United States faced a must-win situation against Brazil tonight to stay in the running for the| world amateur basketball' championship. The Yugoslav's 69-59 upset victory Wednesday night was the first defeat for the Amen, Four Irawlm Signed by Htrb for Aroni Wreitltni promoter Welch hit lined up I Herb item- banger for Legion Arena Tuei- day night. He hai signed the Medics to g« againit the Ai- uiilni In • lag team Texii rule* governing, take ill. Rip Collln Wd Bob Hamby in la the 1:11 opWer. 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