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42 COUIiH-POST, Cewdea, N. J Tueiday, January 3, 1961 1967 Goes Down as 'Golden Year' of Sports line, hot money in hand, panting for the chance to start a new enterprise. Pro golf was typical With TV poking its cameras through nearly every bush and paying handsomely for the privilege, golf offered a stunning They called the 1920'8 the its teams; and attendance rec-"Golden Age" of sports, but no ords and money records were one then ever dreamed of the knocked into a cocked hat in river of gold that flowed into just about every sport the coffers of sports promoters It was the year that the Bos-and athletes during 1967. !ton Red Sox amazingly won This was the year that pro 'the American League pennant football added its 25th major only to bow to the St Louis league team, and planned more; Cards in a 6even-game World that pro basketball added a, Series; the year that fabulous econd big league; that the Na-iLew Alcindor led unbeaten tional Hockey League doubled UCLA to the national basketball championship; that Southern California topped a wild scramble for the football crown; that the Green Bay Packers won the first "Super Bowl" in pro football history. But through all these ran the same theme prosperity, head-spinning prosperity. However cautious the economic climate elsewhere might be, in sports folks seemed to be standing in $4.3 million in purses this year and no fewer than seven pros earned more than $100,000 each a figure thought incredible AMI HI'S. vs, WfjSWfW Xj It tU.nw mm in n r " leading contenders for thenational title. Alcindor, 7-foot-l UCLA sophomore, paced the Bruins to a perfect 30-0 record in the 1966-67 college basketball season, including a romp to the NCAA tournament championship. UCLA crushed Dayton, 79-64, in the finals, adding that title to its laurels as regular season champion in the final UPI rankings. Alcindor, scoring 870 points and 466 rebounds, paced the All-America balloting while the Bruins' John Wooden was "coach of the year." And the end of the Bruin reign was not in sight. At year's end UCLA was rolling ahead unchecked in the 1967-68 season with Alcindor again dominating the sport. Southern Illinois won the National Invitation basketball tournament, beating Marquette, 71-56, in the finals. Pro basketball featured the oDenine of the American Basket- when Arnold Palmer became the first to do it some years back. Palmer was one in the magic circle with $184,065 in official earnings that sent him into 1968 only $61,000 short of becoming the first golfer in history to earn one million dollars. But Amie had to take a back seat at the pay window to big Jack Nicklaus, who had $188,998 in official earnings and $211,566 overall. It was big Jack's year from all standpoints he won five tournaments, including the U.S. Open with a 275 that broke Ben Hogan's 19-year-old record for the tournament Nicklaus' stunning two-iron shot to the green on the final hole of the Open, a 230-yard uphill hummer that he stopped 10 feet from the pin, went down as the "shot of the year." "I hit it a pretty good lick," big Jack admitted. It was an amazing highlight to a year that started dismally for him when he failed to make the 36-hole cut as defending champion in the Masters, which was won by Gay Brewer. Bosox Surprise Team The Red Sox were unquestionably the "team of the year." their surprising dash to the A.L. pennant catching the imagination of the nation's fans. Break JIM LONBORG . , . Bosoi hero A. J. FOYT . . Indy winner tmspt hv Pnrrinp in fhpir sprnnrl ball Association The start or Hon Dlavoffs. beating Boston in game of the season and a wild I the new loop was marked by the Eastern finals and San Francisco in the league finals. srramhln wont nn far the rest nf laWSUltS Over Uie Services OI Wilt Chamberlain failed to the year for the national win the NBA scoring title for championship Southern Cali several players and, in the most noted case, Rick Barry, a star with San Francisco of the National Basketball Association. fornia, which also beat Notre Dame, came up with the year's most explosive runner, O. J. Barry signed with Oakland of the ABA but was forced to sit (Orange Juice) Simpson, and out the 1967-68 season, playing Simpson streaked 64 yards for the touchdown that gave the ing out of a four-way battle for with neither league. The Philadelphia 76ers won the National Basketball Associa- Trojans a 21-20 triumph over UCLA when the two were the the flag, the Red Sox beat the Minnesota Twins, 64 and 5-3 on the last two days of the season to take the pennant as the Detroit Tigers blew a chance to tie the first time in eight years and in so doing probably turned the 76ers from frustrated also-rans into champions. The big man finished third behind Rick Barry's 2,775 points and Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati in scoring, but moved up to third place in assists behind Guy Rodgers and Robertson while leading the-league in rebounds and field goal percentage. Track and field built up steam in a pre-Olympic year and Jim Ryun of Kansas was the world's standout performer as he low by splitting a last-day double- header against the Los Angeles Scholastic Champions Angels The Cards, meanwhile, Basketball Swimming ered his own world mile record Hill. South Jersey Boys League Cherry South Jersey Boys Open Meet C herry 197 CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENTS South Jersey Invitational Vineland Johnstown, Pa. invitational Camden Diamond Gloucester Hill South Jersey Girls League Moorestown. South Jersey Girls Open Meet breezed to the National League pennant as first baseman Orlando Cepeda won the "Most Valuable Player" award in the N. L. In the World Series Cepeda was a bust, but Bob Gibson, coming all the way back from a .broken leg suffered July 22 when he was hit by a line drive, to 3:51.1 in the National AAU Championships. He then set a new 1,500 meter record of 3:33.1 in the U.S. -British Commonwealth meet in Los Angeles. Rancocas Vallev Invitational Rancncu -UPI-Courier-Poat Photo Din Shinnick and Fred Miller. The action is typical of the Sunday afternoon fare which pro football teams offered the American public during one of the game's finest years 1967. TYPICAL SUNDAY AFTERNOON Minnesota Vikings quarterback Joe Kapp holds tightly to the football while heading for the turf, courtesy of Baltimore Colts defenders Rick Volk, Baseball Valley , Pennsauk-en Invitational Pennsauken Camden Diocese Bishop Neumann Gloucester County Kiwante Woodbury Edgewood Invitational St. Joseph's, Hammonton Wil'lamstown Clayton Washington Township Mttlvffle PermsviUe Invitational St. James of Penne Grove Sacred Heart Invitational Sacred Heart stepped into the hero's role. Bullet bod was the winning pitcher in the first, fourth, and CONFERENCES Colonial Collingswood. South Jersey Group 4 Cherry Hill. Tri-County Pitman. Olympic Deptford. Burlington County Burlington. Delaware Valley Hopewell Valley. Cape-Atlantic Mainland. Camden City Series Camden Catholic. NJSIAA SOUTH JERSEY Group 4 Cherry Hill. Group 3 Collingswood. Group 2 Salem. Group 1 Williamstown. Parochial C St. Joseph . Hammonton Other U.S. standouts were sprinter Tommie Smith of San Jose State, shot putter Randy Matson of Texas A. & M., and pole vaulter Paul Wilson of Southern California, plus two sprinters who equalled the world record of 9.1 seconds for the 100 yard dash Charlie Greene of Nebraska and Jim Pines of Texas Southern. International stars included Ron Clarke of Australia with an On the 1967 Local Sports Scene Gaines Was Top Performer seventh games of the Series, becoming the first hurler in history to win the seventh game of a Series twice. Carl Yastrzemski, the Sox triple crown batting champion and A.L. "most valuable play amaem jaycees Monmouth College CONFERENCES Burlington County Burlington Colonial Collingswood South Jersey Group 4 Camden Olympic Triton Blue Cape-Atlantic Mainland Camden City Series Camden Delaware Valley Florence TrCounty Gloucester NJSIAA SOUTH JERSEY Group 4 Camden Group S Burimgton Group 2 Gloucester Group 1 Burlington Township Parochial A Trenton Cathedra! Golf South Jersev l eague I.enane: Northern Division benape; central Division Fit man: Southern Division Haddonfield. er" hit .400 in the Series and teamed with pitcher Jim Lon- It was a big day for Gaines. be proud when he kept South (8:19.8 world record in the two- Individual Derek Smith. Moorestown. NJSIAA whose performance was, without parochial B St. Peter's. New Bruns- Jersey from being blanked in By WALT SCHUMANN Courier-Post Siajj It was a warm and sunny 'June afternoon and a crowd packed the grandstand at High borg to keep the Sox alive until the seventh game. But then Lon-borg, who hurled a one-hitter in the Series' second game and tnmoH in 5nth the NJSIAA wrestling finals. District S Lenape. State Lenape (John Emmons, Mike Warner. Ken Peyre-Ferry and Scott Emerson). State Individual Ken Peyre-Ferry. Lenape. and Doug Steffen, Haddon Heights. Involved In S-way He. schoolboy during 1967. Clearview's Wayne Kinnard, Glassboro's Jim Jackson, Wil- Parochial C Sacred Heart , NJSIAA Group 4 Weequahic Group S Lakewood Group 2 Gloucester Group 1 Leonia Parochial A Trenton Cathedra! Parochial B-t. Mary's. Jersey City Parochial C-St. Patrick's OTITP-Tlfi also won the fifth, ran out of raised havoc in conference and sectional sports competition. THE YEAR began with some tight basketball title races from which Burlington Township, Gloucester, Burlington and Camden emerged to command most of the attention. Burlington Township, beaten out in its own Delaware Valley There, of course, were a host of other wonderful efforts by land Park High School's athletic liamstown's Blain Harris, who Football gas and, working with little rest, could not match Gibson's schoolboys during the year, mile run, Iger Ter-Ovanesyan of Russia with a long jump record, and Kurt Bendlin of West Germany with a decathlon point record. The U.S. dominated track and field and swimming in scoring a runaway medals victory at the Pan-American games in Winnipeg, Canada. Although sending only a token force, U.S. athletes also made a top showing in the pre-Olympic meet at Mexico established a state Group 1 javelin mark, and Pennsville's Dave Stare Independent School! AA Borden- Gloucester High School fans won't soon forget the way their field. Most of the throng had come to watch Bill Gaines run and the Clearview Regional High School Standout didn't disappoint final game fireballs Nationals' Year Hall won individual champion team won the NJSIAA Group 2 ships in track. , , , CONFERENCES Colonial Audubon. Olympic-National Divislon-Glassboro; American Division (tie) West Deptford and Tnton. Camden City Series Camden Catholic. Burlington County Rancocas Valley. Tn-County Penns Grove Delaware Valley Florence. Cape-Atlantic Ocean Citv. South Jersev f.r.uin 4 Therru uni Wrestling basketball crown, the first in Lenape walked off with the: Conference by Florence, pulled " GAINES established a new, the school's history. state golf crown and Overbrook a maior surprise bv winning i Regional duplicated that feat in!th South .Tersev Groun 1 dia- national schoolboy 100-yard dash South Jersey Parochial Gloucester record with a 9.3 clocking and GLASSBORO had reason to: cross-country. dem. The Falcons came close to also cracked New Jersey State, celebrate when it won the state Burlington, Collingswood,! picking up all the marbles be-Interscholastic Athletic Associa- Group 1 track diadem and Deptford, Camden, Burlingtoni fore losine to Leonia in the state , , , CONFERENCES Colonial Colli ngswood . Delaware Valley Lenapt. Olympic Edgewood. Burlington County Lenaoe. mMSTbSSF JERSET District 27 Pennsauken District 28 Collingswood. District 29 Paulsboro. District 30Edgewood. District 31 Pennsville. District S2 Oakcrest. VIST is tkn standards in the two short Washington TownshiD's 168-lTownshiD. Lenarje. Cherry Hill. City, where the 1968 summer Olympics will be held. Upset In Derby Proud Clarion, a long shot, scored an upset victory in racing's Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs but Damascus. Brooks-Irvine JV League Pennsauken. NJSIAA SOUTH JERSEY Group 4-Cherry Hill. Group 3 Audubon. Group 2 Penns Grove. Group 1 Delsea. Parochial A None Qualified Parochial B Gloucester Catholic. Parochial C None qualified. final sprints. pound Sam Muni had reason to. Florence and Rancocas Valley It was a National League year all the way as the "senior circuit" also won the All-Star game, 2-1, in 15 innings on Tony Perez's homer. Don Wilson, Joel Horlen, and Dean Chance all won no-hit games and, in perhaps the year's top oddity, Steve Barber and Stu Miller of the Orioles combined to hurl a no-hitter and still lose, 2-1, to the Tigers. Pro football, continuing to gain in popularity, produced the first matchup between champions of the old National Football League and the America-can Football League. The clash Gloucester, led by Dennis Campise, Dave Atkinson and Ted Osmola, didn't falter at the end. After winning Tri-County Soccer the beaten Derby favorite, came Independent Champions South Jersey Association - Haddon I Dack t become the big money Indlvtdaul only Sam Muni. Washington Township (168, only South Jesrey wrestler to win). , GIRLS BASKETBALL South Jersey Catholic League Gloucester Catholic. Delaware Valley League Cherry HIU. Olympic Conference Edgewood. Colonial Conference Collingswood. Tri-County Conference Gloucester. Heights. j Conference and South Jersey Group 2 titles, the Lions went ion to state honors with a 7047 triumph over Shore Regional be M. HunUnsdon Valley. Clasa A Dan Murphy. Spiim Hill: Claaa B Bob Raw- Ml Hac C Tnhn U.sliA' "Maa n Baseball Basketball winner of the year. Damascus won 12 of 16 starts and amassed a record $817,941. Cross-Country SPECIAL MEETS Sou h Jersey Open Haddonfield; . .. llVThTr " v " : LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Cirnaes i MCA Leatue Memorial AA. Philadelphia Suburban Meni League '. Tri-County Glassboro; Pennant Glass- GlOUCeSter. Cmri dm. CUH I Um.llni.rinn V.l. CXI TO indi-1 The dethronement of heavy- fore a packed house in Atlantic Track YiuuBi men nines, naaaonneid. Camaea i MCA-inaustnai Leawe Foaii i.. wtion 1 SiruT Run- Kectmn 3 varden State Hadaonfleld: Americas oaroen Maie tiaaaonneia: American r-nnn tjii Division Pitman; NaUonal Division Had-, vlty Convention Hall individual i weight cnampion uassius uay v amaen county overbrook; Larry Rush (Inrliranlr ! between the NFL's Green Bay Camden Adult lane OntenrtUe. Gardes State League Cherry Hill ftnnru l. I.il" n.vj I BUJ niiic:i IVIUI LJ i ' Cmnaminson: International Division Our EJMu.lfSvtiSSI-'Mr, Ro"b- uTSoSa&DoiT0ft-)uri CAMDEN, with such stalwartsj Packers ; and the AFL's Kansas eEHrmUuy eRio?or1, L."?.vJl!' Pw" as Jeff Smith. Glenn Sunkett City Chiefs at Los Angeles, by edict was the year's biggest development in boxing. Clay, who prefers to be known as Muhammed Ali of the Black Muslim sect, defended his title twice, beating Ernie Terrell and South Jersey Group 4 Mlllvllle; IndividualAndy Harp, Vineland. Colonial Conference Haddonfield; Individual Glen Hlnes. Haddonfield. Tri-County Salem: Individual Cleve Johnson. Salem. Delaware Valley Burlington Township; Individual Rick Jacoues. Burlington Township. Olympic Conference Overbrook; Indi SPECIAL MEETS Burlington County Conference Rancocas Valley. Camden County Division 1. Overbrook; Division 2 Pennsauken. Camden City Woodrow Wilson. SJ Frosh Relays Paulsboro. Salem County Woodstown. Cumberland County Vineland. Colonial Conference Paulsboro SJ Group 4 Conference Vineland. Gloucester Countv Deotford. S"Hith Jh-si?v A ma 'Mir Al Ran low v . 'i"'""""" n tit: Sunny Jim; class B-Bm Hoiiida Tau'J;?1?"."1! Braves: " ana Brian wing, aiso came ciose Pines. camdon lounty wnitman pant: pen-jty uie uig une anu gamea aaui- quickly dubbed the "Super Bowl," turned into a one-sided 35-10 rout by the Packers as quarterback Bart Starr picked Mu'n jersey Mixed Foursome Jean nam nmunan ran. Breckiey and Wayne Shaw. Wildwood; tional laurels by being named Sou tn Jersey CYO Hih School League St. Peter i. Merchantville. South Jeney CYO Grammar School league St. Maurice i. Brootiawn. Cherry Hill Senior League Woodland, v Cherry Hill Junior League Conte Camden Summer League Senior Dlvl-ion Pyne Poynt. Adult Drt'BKm Camdffi Melt TOURNAMENTS Harold A. Stretch Memorial Salem Cc. YMCA Carmen Palmlero Haddon Heights ' Gloucester Township Midget Camden County VFW Gloucester. vidualLarry Rush, overbrook South Jersey's No. 1 team at the Gloucester County Deotford: Individual Tri-County Conference Woodstown Delaware va ev Conference Rur inttnn Bruce Hafemeister. Glassboro Zora Folley, but then was himself "knocked out" in court when he was sentenced to five close of the campaign Township. I NJSIAA SOUTH JERSEY apart the Chiefs" defense. Much closer was the game between Gross Bob Beirne and Ann Laughijn. Ri vert on South Jersey Men s Imerclub Wedg-i Wood: Div:sion 1 WedgWood: D'i5ion 2( Wildwood: Division 3 Laurel Oak ) Division 4 Sunny Jim Philadelphia Team Tavistock. South .T(M-spv Prn.Mpn Tavistnrt K of C meet Bishop Eustace. Group 4 Trenton; Individual Bob Baz-I Dnugeioii nenYB viroup i. uveroronn: ley. umg urancn. J em nnn Group 3, Deptford tonly South Jerseyi Group 3-Haddonfield: Individual-Bob years in pilSOn ana a SIU.UUU Coach Tony Alfano's Purple Avalanche, like Gloucester, lost only once during the regular cairroairzn anrl ranturprl Smith winners). .... . jPeterson, Haddonfield. finn (n rafmmfr tr. mma in tVia the Packers and the Dallas Cowboys for the 1966 NFL title, with the Packers rallying to win, the i Nick Carbo. Roy Cummins. Andy south Jersey Mile penn Reiays-Dept-i Group 2-Overbrook: Indivkhial-Larrv """'"6 lu own. .v Gloucester VFW Midget Christ King, Haddonfield. ford i Jerry Clark. Irv Jenkins. U.S. Army. Semoia Jim Conway) Low Pro Wilbur Crawford Swedesboro j Philadelphia PGA Boh Ross Philade nusn, uveroroos. I Group 1 Burlington Township; Indl- Wiliuams. Larry Braxton). Jersev Grmro 4 Conference and! 34-27, iviquai Hick Jacques, Burlington Town- lphia CC. ! Golf ! sectional titles in addition to the Irish Fizzled Citv Series crown. Unbeaten' In college football 1967 was Pine valley Crump Bui Hyndman 3d.; Huntingdon Valley. I Fraser Memorial. Atlantic Citv Ed snip. NJSIAA Group 4 Morristown. Group 3 Bnck Township. Group 2 Overbrook. Group 1 Klnneion: Individual. Rick Jacoues. Burlington Townshin TOURNAMENTS Woodbury Snow Bud Robert Betrne. Pitman. lULKNA.MtN T South Jersey Babe Ruth District 13 Vineland. District 14 Penns Grove. District 15 Pennsauken. District 1J Hamilton National. South Jersey Pennsauken. South Jersey Little League District 13 Maple Shade. District 14 Audubon District 15 Pennsville. District 16 Margate South Jersey Audubon. . South Jersey Senior IJttle Leagu District 15 West Deptford. District lft Hammonton. South Jersey West Deptford. New Jersey West Deptford . South Jersey Babe Ruth District 14-15 Penns Grove. District IS Vineland. South Jersey Vineland. VFW Teener South Jersey Gloucester North Jesrey Woodstown. Area 1 Gloucester. American Legion District 4 Brooklawn Post 72 New Jersey Hamilton Township. Others Bridgeton Invitational Salem All-Stars Souih Jersey Pre-Teen WUlingboro. NJSIAA SOUTH JERSEY Group 4 Vineland. Group 3 Deptford. G'oup 2 Clearview. Group 1 Glassboro. NJSIAA Group 4 Scotch Plains. Group 3 Long Branch Group 2 Tenafly (Clearview runnerup) Group 1 Glassboro Meyer, lavistock; Medal Harvey Smith Atlantic City ; Weequahic proved too much for supposed to be Notre Dame's Ramblfwoa snow Biro tea oidds ana hhiiaaelphia Husband and Wife Mr Camden in the state final. year. Major woosier. oross ueorge cron ana Mr, Mark Port., p,v.rton i Burlington lost only once dur-i But toe Fighting Irish were . Parochial A Essex Catholic. I Parochial B St. Rose of Belm&r. Larry Luongo ,., Courier-Post Champion of Champions- James Coale. Riverton Harvey Smith paui Erhardt 3d Salem nd Don Noroury. Atia..c uty. m south Jersey Mixed Charles Simpson firesfono MON., TUES., WED. ONLYI WHEEL ALIGNMENT Tavistock Memoer-Guesi uici naraen-iand Edith Valentine. Pitman berg and Leighton Williams. Wilhams-; South Jersey Seniors Rirhard Smith ! port. Gross Jim Meyer and Jerry Ftp-1 Golden Pheasant 50-54 Bill V necks i item. Meadowlands. , tMedford lkes 55-59 Charles Simpson.; Wasserman Memorial. Pitman Pro i pitman; 80 plus Bill Godwin. Ramble-' ftiei John Carson. Cedarbrook. and' wood. j John Kennedy, Edgmont: Pro-Amateur South Jersey Women's Intercluh South j Elmer Thistle. Sunny Jim, and Allen Jersey Cup Tall Pu;es: Second Cup ' Sussel. Squires; Pro-Am-Am Al Besse-i Ramblewooft: Third Cup Pitman: Fourth1 ing the regular campaign and jwon Burlington County circuit land South Jersey Group 3 di-jadems before bowing to Wee-hawkin in the state semifinals. I It was mostly Gaines, Deptford, Glassboro and Vineland in link. Sunny Jim; Harvev smiui. AUanuc i.up .Moorestown 2d: Fifth Cup Ta Softball City. Walt Magann. Riverton. Pmes 2d: Sinth Cup Centerton: Seventh FOR EXPERT BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS LEAGUE CHAMPIONS iLTaCK. uip Mercnantvine; Ritter Bowi Mrs. Morion Davis Tail Pines Get safer, easier steering and longer tire life for only Walter Masann lnviiatmnal K unnv Tim South Jersey Mixed Better-Ball Mrs Miki Samson and John Barbost. Wild-wood Gross Gail Reedy and George Hagele. Pitman. Underwood Men Wayne Bancroft and Ed Radlow. John Villarl. ' Jim Mona. De"le"rpS,avtI?eBylaeindu1wai-schaeviti! Gaines, who had run a 9.3 100 Katf-Mingie and starr. . the Olympic Conference meet,; Sunnv ,1m. Carman DeVece. Riverton: Gross Rill Care Atlantic City. lall Pines Ladle Invitational Tomli pr. Anthony Manno. Tavistock: Women Dolores Marsh and Jo Rice. TaH Pines Duncan Bulck Nick Battalico and Guy hAtM Dlvlslon-Ton,stete UUe meet and the mark Marge Muhtbereer. Medford Ukes: dass "A "i-bn5- Count, Slow Pitch - Last SW e UUe . 1 an" We marK mI'So'K r5?J),?ls,iSiwas cognized by the National .Man Moitnop. Burlington County. Plv.t Office; Open Division Last Chancel,,., .. . . .... , $55 juaico. nambiewood. South Jersey Juniors Bon Ron Gin Woodbury; -13 Bruce Disbrow; 1S-15 i Chria Walsh; Girls Jean Breckiey. i Camden County Protestant Erlal Com-ir eueiauun oi aiaie nign acnooi Tennis raS? vniw invitational siow Athletic Associations. The old Burlington County CC Ladles Betty Metl American Cart Parti extra If nicdtcl Pitch Tournament Vlc'i Cafe. Fiachter. Burlington; Net Dot Haines, Laurel Oatt Sunny Jim Member-Guest Bob Keif- record (3.4) had originally been set by the famed Jesse Owens more than 30 years ago. Swimming Tri-County League Woodbine. Suburban League Gloucester. Sailing reider and Larry Labate. Grose George Croft and Ted Chong. Todd Memorial Father and Soil, Med-ford Lakes John and Jim Byrne. Wild-wood; Gross Curt and Steve Young. 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