The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 6, 1967 · Page 10
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HFL-AFL Action Colts Rally To Whip Packers, Saints Win By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer tSreen Bay .turned back the clock on Johnny Unitas, but Un- itas turned the tables on the Packers. ^Onitas, who fumbled away Baltimore's last hope for the 1966 National Football League title when the Packers caught him on the run, won a frantic fourth-down footrace in Sunday's rematch and then pitched COURIER NEWS f&ae res Monday. November 8, 1367 The Rams, 5-1-2, spotted San Francisco a 7-0 first quarter lead, then shut out the 49ers the unbeaten Colts to a 13-1.0 1 whi(e quarterback Roman Ga- comeback triumph over the de- ; brie ] ] e( | ti le counter-attack. Ga ..... "' ' fending NFL champs. With less than two minutes to pray and the Colts behind 10-6, briel set up one touchdown with 54-yard pass to Jack Snow and ...ipped three yards to Les Jo- Unitas, forced out of his pass- j se p nson for another score, pocket by the Packer rush.)' prank Ryan _ playjng despile r Johnny scrambled through a patch of daylight and picked up six vital yards for a first down on the Green Bay 23-yard line. On the next play, the magnificent quarterback fired a touchdown strike to Willie Richardson, ending the Colts' five- game losing streak against Green Bay and keeping them atop the NFL's Central Division with a 6-0-2 mark. 'Unitas' second TD pass in the final 2% minutes — after rookie Kich Volk recovered Lou Michaels' onside kick — avenged a 14-10 loss to the Packers at Baltimore last Dec. 10 — a loss that eliminated the Colts from the ^estern Conference race. i In Sunday's other games, Los Angeles remained one game behind the Colts in the Coastal race by trimming San Francisco 17-7; Cleveland buried Pitts- bjjrgh 34-14; St. Louis outscored Washington 27-21; New Orleans whipped Philadelphia 31-24 for its first NFL victory; Minnesota overtook New York 27-24 and Chicago bounced Detroit 27-13. • The Packers stymied Unitas through three quarters and built a 10-0 lead on Don Chandler's 49-yard field goal and Bart Starr's 31-yard TD pass to Donny Anderson. •Unitas got the Colts back in the game on a 10-yard payoff ppss to Alex Hawkins with 2:19 to go in the final period. Mi- Frank Ryan, injuries for the eighth straight week, fired first quarter TD passes to Gary Collins and Leroy Kelly and guided Cleveland to a 31-7 t.hird-perioJ bulge over the Steelers before bowing out. Larry Wilson intercepted a pass on his one-yard line and raced 44 yards to set up the first of two St. Louis scores in the final 15 minutes Jim Hart followed Wlson's runback with a 55-yard pass to Jackie Smith before diving the last yard to put the Cards in front for good. Walter "The Flea" Roberts bolted 91 yards with the opening kickoff for one touchdown, zipped 27 yards for another after picking up teammate Jim Taylor's fumble and scored a third on a 49-yard pass from Gary Cuozzo, leading New Orleans' expansion Saints out of a seven-game .skid. * * Fred Cox' 13-yard field goal with 10 seconds to play capped Minnesota's second half come- jack against New York. The Giants squandered a 24-7 lead and fumbled away a chance for tie-breaking FG less than two minutes iVfore Cox booted the winner. Dallas' Dan Reeves scored four touchdowns — two on passes from Don Meredith, who returned to action after a three- week layoff — as the Capitol Division leaders flattened the Falcons. Gale Sayers scored on a 97- yard kickoff return and sped 63 yards to set up another touchdown, pacing the Bears to their second, victory of the season over Detroit. San Diego, the teams ahead of them in the Western Division. Okland raised its record to 7- but did not resemble any express in huffing and puffing by Denver 21-17. San Diego was idle. In the other AFL contests, Boston kept Houston off the Jets' back by slowing down the Oilers 18-7, while Buffalo got back on the track against Miami 35-13. Kansas City lay sidetracked with a 3-3 record two weeks ago after two straight losses before Mike Garrett, their 5-foot-9, 190- pound dynamo, moved it into high gear. Garrett, slowed by injuries earlier, gained 101 yards and scored twice against Denver and then steamed for 192 yards, a club record, and a TD against the Jets. Oakland had a much tougher time against Denver. Two Daryle Lamonica to Bill Miller TD passes and two George Blanda field goals provided a 21-7 Oakland lead late in the third quarter before the Broncos came alive. A fumbled punt led to Denver's second score in the fourth quarter and an 11-yard punt gave the Broncos another chance at the Raider 21 midway through the session. But all they could salvage was a field goal, their last good shot. "This was a long Way from one of our better games," Oakland coach John Rauch admitted. "Still, we had it on offense and defense when we needed it." Houston, 4-3-1, missed its chance to tie the Jets as its vaunted defense held Boston to three • Gino Cappelletti field goals and a safety until late in the final period, but could set up only one Oiler TD. That came after recovering a Boston fumble that led to a 45-yard scoring march that closed the gap to 117. Buffalo, winning only the third time in eight tries, ran up its biggest point total of the season as Wray Carlton ran 15 times for 97 yards and two touchdowns. BHIie Masters also caught Jack Kemp's two scoring passes, and Tom Janik ran an intercepted pass back 19 yards for the fifth TD. chaels flubbed the extra point I day. By MIKE RECHT Associated Press Sports Writer The Kansas City Chiefs, pulled by their might little engine, appear on the track again and picking up steam, looking more and more like the Super Chiefs of 1966. Still hopeful of another shot at the Super Bowl, the once-faltering American Football League defending champions ran over the New York Jets 42-18 Sunday after crushing Denver last Sun- conversion, then sliced a short Kickoff. Volk fell on the ball at the Green Bay 34 and the Colts put over the winning touchdown with 1:28 on the clock. • "That's a heck of a way to lose," said Packers' Coach yince Lombard!. "Especially when you know it's coming. We were set up for the kick, but we cf)iildn : t get it." | AIC ! Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS • League Season : . W L T W L T Ark. A&M 401 611 Stale College 311 511 3. State 221 421 /irk. Tech 221 421 Henderson .220 430 Ouachita 230 440 Harding 050 260 : Last Week's Results •Arkansas Tech 10, Ouachita 7 •Henderson 21, Harding 7 : State College 27, Louisiana College 24 •Livingston, Ala. 17, Arkansas A&M 13 i This Week's Games | Saturday— Harding at Arkan- *J)s'Tech (2:30), Millsaps at Ouachita (?, p.m), Slate College at Henderson, Southern State at Mississippi College, Arkansas ASM at Eastern New Mexico. The victory enable the Chiefs, 5-3, to hold their ground against Oakland and gain some against Hockey By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS East Division W. L T Pts Toronto .... 741 15 New York 623 15 Detroit 6 5 1 13 Montreal 533 13 Boston 5 2 2 12 Chicago 272 6 West Division Los Angeles ... 5 4 3 13 Pittsburgh 561 11 Philadelphia ... 4 4 2 10 Minnesota 343 9 St Louis . .352 8 California 273 7 Saturday s Results Toronto 4, New York 2 Philadelphia 4, Montreal 1 St, Louis 3, Detroit 2 Los Angeles 2, Minnesota 2, tie Pittsburgh 1, California 0 Sunday's Results Montreal 1, Philadelphia 1, tie Toronto 2, Boston 2, tie Los Angeles 6, Detroit 4 Chicago 2, California 2, tie Today's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Game California at Los Angeles Gale Sayers ACTION GALORE such as this involving NFL behemoths reigned supreme yesterday as expected wins and mild upsets marked a full slate of action in the National and American Football Leagues. iBOWUNG/ SHAMROCK LANES STEELITES LEAGUE STANDINGS Hamra's 25-11 Rexall 22-14 United Auto Parts 22-14 Hall's Insur 22-14 Frame's Flowers 20-16 Steele Apparel 20-16 Neil's Flying Ser. ... 1614-19% M. SmollerCo 14-22 Ark-Mo Power 12-24 Bank of Steele 6Vi-29'/4 HIGH GAMES Imogene Craig 196 Jerry Kitchens 181 Rexall Drugs Neil's Service HIGH SERIES Jerry Kitchens 507 Imogene Craig 486 Sleele Apparel 2,022 Hairs Insur 1,992 SPLITS Tickets Available The high school basketball season has already begun for some schools and it is only a matter of days before the Blytheville High cagers will be starting their 1967-68 season, on Nov. 24 to.be exact when West Memphis will visit Blytheville. All the reserved seats for the Chickasaws home games have been sold, but there are some season tickets still available. Anyone interested in securing a season ticket should contact Joe Glide at PO 2-2010 or PO 33458 and he will gladly take care of requests. Season tickets cost $8 and will | be good for 13 home dates at the Blytheville gymnasium beginning with the West Memphis clash. At each home date, there is a scheduled double-header, a "B" team game at six o'clock and the varsity battle at 7:30. The tickets will be good for both of these games. In other words, a purchaser of a season ticket saves five dollars over the cost of single game admissions, normal adult admittance cost being one dollar per evening. 695 687 FOOTBALL SCORES Indians Edged By Louisanans JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) — tempt was wide to the left. Southwestern Louisiana surged His two good ones gave him to a 7-6 victory over the Arkan- j six for the season and set a sas State Indians here Saturday school record. 15-yard run by reserve quarterback Tom Hauser in the third quarter. Two second period field goals by Mike Everett had given ASU the lead in the non-conference game, which was highlighted by Gerald Jumper caught eight passes for 11 yards, giving him 40 receptions and 595 yards for the year, both school records. SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP) The listed world record of 195 tough' defensive play and feet 10'^ inches in the women's marred by offensive mistakes. " "" 1 " IJ u " " "'" The Indians were plagued by four pass interceptions, including one by defensive end Harvey LeBIanc on the second play discus throw held by Russia's Tamara Press was broken Sunday by Liesel Westermann of West Germany, with a toss of 201-11.7 Lou Walker 3-7-10 Vivian King 3-10 SHAMROCK LANES Wed. Early Birds STANDINGS Pin Pals 25>/2-6V2 Cotton Bowlers 20-12 Koffee Klan 19-13 Inconsistents 16'/4-15'/ 2 GoGo Girls 14-18 Road Runners 14-18 Lucky Strikes 10-22 Fire Birds 9-23 HIGH GAMES Barbara Larson 200 Myrtle Thomas 199 HIGH SERIES Barbara Larson 558 Madeline McSpadden 514 SPLITS Donna Seglem 4-7-9-10 Sturday's College Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS East Cornell 27, Columbia 14 Buffalo 38, Delaware 19 Villanova 23, Holy Cross 14 Rutgers 27, Lafayette 3 Colgate 20, Lehigh 7 Harvard 45, Penn. 7 Syracuse 14, Pitt, 7 Princeton 48, Brown 14 Yale 56, Dartmouth 15 Massachusetts 21, Vermont 0 Rhode Island 7, Boston 6 South William & Mary 24, Citadel 0 Albama 3, Mississippi St. 0 Georgia Tech 19, Duke 7 Kentucky 22, West Virginia 7 North Carolina St. 30, Virginia 8 Penn St. 38, Maryland 3 Clernson 17, North Carolina 0 Tennessee 38, Tampa 0 Miami, Fla., 14, Va. Tech 7 So. Mississippi 19, Richmond 7 Auburun 26, Florida 21 Florida St. 25, Memphis St. 7 LSU 13, Mississippi 13, tie . Wake Forest 35, So. Carolina 21 Tulane 27, Vanderbilt 14 . Eastern Kentucky 24, Tennessee Tech 0 Fairmont 7, Waynesburg 0 McNeese 21, Northwestern Louisiana State 7 Midwest Cincinnati 27, Boston Coll. 21 Purdue 42, Illinois 9 Indiana 14, Wisconson 9 Michigan 7, Northwestern 3 Ohio St. 21, Michigan St. 7 Nebraska 12, Iowa St. 0 Notre Dame 43, Navy 14 Ohio U. 20, Western Mich. 10 Missouri 7, Oklahoma St. 0 Oklahoma 23, Colorado 0 Tulsa 14, Wichita St. 0 Minnesota 10, Iowa 0 Kansas 17, Kansas St. 16 Kent St. 28, Louisville 21 North Dakota St. 41, Morningside 7 Northern Mich. 45, Mankato St. 0 Southwest Texas A&M 33, Arkansas 21 Texas Christian 29, Baylor 7 Texas 35, SMU 28 Texas Tech 24, Rice 10 Houston 15, Georgia 14 Lamor Tech 6, Trinity, Tex., 0 Southwest Texas 14, Stephen F. Austin 13 Mexico Highlands 70, Colo. 6 Texas- Arlington 34, Abilene Christian 7 Far West Army 10, Air Force 7 Colorado St. 24, Pacific 15 Oregon State 16, UCLA 16 tie Stanford 14, Washing 7 Wyoming 28, San Jose St. 7 Utah St. 30, Brigham Young 9 Arizona St. 19, Utah 32 Oregon 17, Washington St. 13 Southern Cal. 31, Calif. 12 Weber State 28, Idaho 17 of the third quarter. LeBIanc snatched the ball thrown by Cecil LaGrone and returned it to the ASU 18. It took the Bulldogs two plays .day. to get to the 15, but then Hauser spurted through the line for Kie tally. Roy Pendergraft's kick- gave the Louisianans their win . ning point. i The Bulldogs threatened again : in the fourth, driving all the way to the four, but Indian halfback Orley Massena picked off a pass in the end zone for a j touchback. | Everett kicked his first field i goal from 30 yards out with 9:12! left in the first half and booted I the second one from 36 yards away seven minutes and 34 see- nds later. LaGrone directed the Indians to the Bulldog 16 with 18 seconds left in the game, but Everett's 33-yard field goal at- MADRID (AP) - Dutch teams, of Janssen and Koel won the sixth Madrid six-day bicycle race at the Sports Palace Sun- Baltimore 3 7 .300 5 Cage Pros •'iiiiioininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuinniiiiiiiiiilliniiniiniiililiiiiiiliin By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Eastern Division W. L Pet GB Philadelphia . 6 1 Boston 6 1 5 4. 5 5 . 5 Detroit Cincinnati . New York .875 — .875 % .556 VA .500 3 3 .455 3 Western Division 11 .917 .615 .600 .182 .182 .100 St. Louis San Francisco Los Angeles . San Diego ... Seattle ....„ Chicago Saturday's Results Los Angeles 106, Cincinnati 104 Philadelphia 117, San Francisco 110 Detroit 127, Baltimore 118 St. Louis 111, Boston 104 New York 125, San Diego 12 Sunday's Results New York 115, San Diego 107 Today's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Boston at Cincinnati St. Louis at Chicago Philadelphia at San Diego Seattle at San Francisco 'Thrust-Back Cellar' TOILET TANK BALL America'* Large it Seller the flow of woler oMer each flushing.' 75( AT HARDWARE STORES LEVEE TAXES DELINQUENT DEC. 1ST PAY NOW AND SAVE HEAVY PENALTIES I will be in Blytheville Nov. 6th thru Nov. 10th at Courthouse. Blytheville, Nov. 13th thru Nov. 18th at 801 Robindale. Oseeola, Nov. 20th thru Nov. 24th at Courthouse Blytheville, Nov. 27th thru Nov. 30th at 801 Robindale I will not be in Leachville or Manila this year. Pay by mail and save time. Mail your check (with exchange) or money order (without exchange) together with your statement to: CHARLES HINDMAN Box 241 — Blytheville, Ark. 72315 NowinhandvJWO-m HAWKS PAWN SHOP AND ARMY SURPLUS 322 E. Main Phone PO 3-8288 WANT BLYTHEVILLl COURIER NEWS

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