Errors Hurt Alert A&M Won Game I tied and made some changes in! stead of sticking to our knit™, nn n«- /.™ /-, ' ting,"' Broyles said. "Harget is LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Once | on( f' of tn / flnest quarterbacks •*<*;.* it itjoe a tiirnnu0r f FiimhiA ... . .. By HARRY KING Associated Press Writer •gain it was a turnover (fumble or pass interception) which gave Arkansas' opponent an easy »coring opportunity and cost the Razorbacks a chance at victory. Texas A&M had just scored with seconds gone in the fourth period and Charley Riggs' extra point had bounced off the left upright to leave Arkansas ahead 21-20. The Razorbacks ran one play and then fumbled on second down. ... A&M's Tommy Maxwell recovered on the '31' and 'then turned pass receiver _a few plays later to take a 15-yard scoring strike by Edd Hargett among four Razorbacks a yard or. two deep in the end zone. Arkansas moved to two first downs on its next possession when tackle Harvey Ashenback partially blocked Paul Conner' punt. The Aggies took over on their own 47 and drove 53 yards you'll see anywhere." Hargett's performance overshadowed an outstanding effort by Arkansas quarterback Ronny South who connected on 18 of 22 tosses for more than 200 yards and two touchdowns. It was the most completions by an Arkansas quarterback during Broyles' 10 years. "Ronny did a great job of picking out his receivers," Broyles said. "He did enough offensively for us to win." The Razorbacks marched down the field with the opening kickoff but were stopped at the Aggies' 11. They took it back all the way for the touchdown. Hargett produced the big play —flipping the ball to tight end Wyrhevltle (Ark.) Courier K«wi - Monday, November (, 1WT - Pag» E!« Sand, Surf, Speed Tells Daytona Tale ANOTHER HIGHLIGHT of Thanksgiving in Daytona is the 10th Annual Antique Car Meet at nearby Ormond Beach. The vintage autos actually race on the jieach. Kyle Jr. Learning His Trade By Rote By TOMMY THOMAS NBA Sports Writer NEW YORK -(NEA) -Kyle Rote Jr. is really no different from any other high school football senior. He eats hot dogs, looks at game films, goes to class and thinks about the day he'll enroll in college. Tom Buckman for 23 yards; The thing that sets him apart wiiile under pressure inside his from most boys js . his name . own ten. The Razorbacks came back a few possessions later and moved 51 yards for the tying, touchdown. South, found, fast-develop- for the clinching touchdown. , ing Max p ea cock for ten yards "That was the big thing," said - - Arkansas Coach Frank Broyles on his television show Sunday. "They were able to'take' advantage of the opportunities in • more lightning-like iaslrion than any team I can remember." It was A&M quarterback Hargett who consistently made the big plays. He faced-15 critical third or fourth downs and Bine times he passed for the necessary yardage. Hargett, who is the leading passer in the Southwest Conference, has such a quick delivery that, given enough time, he will find a receiver open. "He would hit, not the first or second receiver, but the third or fourth," lamented Broyles. "You can't fault our defense, iSiey played where we put them. "We became a little bit rat- on fourth and three at the 15. A&M ran three plays, punted and Arkansas moved 38 yards for another touchdown. The big play was a 21-yard pass to tailback Mike Hendren in another fourth down situation. Arkansas led 14-7 at the half when South passed six yards to Peacock and Bob White converted. Hargett came' firing back in the final half. He .threw to Barney Harris wide'operi in the end zone on fourth and three from the three after Steve O'Neal had kicked dead on the one and Bob Long had returned the Razorbacks' ensuing punt 22 yards. It took the Aggies the full eight plays to score from the 19. Tiie Razorbacks moved back down field two possessions later and South passed 19 yards to Peacock for the touchdown with less than two minutes left. A&M scored its third touchdown of the day but when Higgs missed the extra point it looked as if Arkansas might have the advantage. If the Razorbacks did have the advantage, the fumble recovery turned it back to A&M for the final time. FAYETTEVILLS, Ark. (AP) —Statistics of the Texas A&M- Arkansas football game: Texas A&M Arkansas First downs 16. .19 Rushing yardage 116 93 Passing, yardage 180 . - -. 205 Return yardage 160 79 Passes 14-26-0 18-22-1 Punts . 8-35- 7-41! Fumbles lost 0 1 Yards penalized 50 0 Kyle Rote Sr. is Southern Methodist a former All-American halfback and star receiver for the New York Giants. Young Rote, at 5-11 and 160, is starting quarterback at Highland Park High in Dallas, the same school that produced Bob- Kyle Kote Sr. by Lane and Doak Walker. His father, who retired as an active player following the 1961 season, is now a sports announcer for the National Broadcasting Company. In a few days, he will see his son play for the first time. "We know Kyle, Jr. feels the pressure," says Herman Bailey, Rote's coach. "He realizes what an outstanding athlete his father was. Sometimes we think he tries too hard. He's always wanting to know what he can | do to improve. . , "It's not because he feels "obligated to follow in his father's footsteps." In one recent game, Rote returned a kickoff 75 yards and on three successive plays gave the ball to the other backs, one of which finally got the touchdown. Kyle Rote Sr. is naturally pleased with his boy's accomplishments. "I talk to him every Week," says Rote, "and he's always discussing different plays with me. I've never discouraged him from playing but never made him feel obligated, .either. It will be his decision whether his college plans include sports or not." Rote could probably find a place in the college ranks as a receiver or defensive back, if not at quarterback. Still, he has held up remarkably well considering the beatings he has taken from opposing linemen. His offensive line is the smallest in the district. "Experience Is probably the only thing holding him back as a quarterback," says his high school coach. "He's not a brute- force runner but has fine reflexes and cul well. Potentially, he's a good passer. He just needs to throw more. Actually, if we were primarily a passing team, Kyle would be used as a receiver because that's what he does best. "But we need him at quarter- .back. He's very smart and a j tremendous leader. The kids respect him and I have detected no jealousy among the squad. He's as well-liked as anybody III may someday face the same problem. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - (NBA) — The American Road Race of.Champions, known as the World Series of racing, caps a long Thanksgiving weekend in the Daytona sun for enthusiasts of auto racing, golf, fashion and antique automobiles. More than 350 drivers from all parts of the country, plus their wives or girl friends and crews will begin arriving at the fast Daytona International Speedway on November 22 to prepare and test their cars for the worlds biggest racing spectacle that weekend. The American Road Race of C'.-.ampions this year is sponsored by Newspaper Enterprise Association, and Nine Flags Internal, makers of men's shaving colognes and thermal shaving foam. Kyle Rote Jr. Young Rote says he hasn't had any college offers yet, adding that it would be an honor for a 160-pounder to receive any kind of scholarship from any school. "The father-son complex has been somewhat of a problem but he's adjusted very well," says Kyle Rote Sr. it's a good thing. Kyle Rote Tech, Henderson, SCA Victorious By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS doubtful that many of, the AIC There are only two conference games in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference Saturday but : coaches will b'e sorry to see Tiner, a three time all-conference-choice, depart. Tiner. ran for .two touchdowns one could have quite a bearing an(i threw f or another in the on second place. Henderson, 2-2 in the confer- Bears' 27-24 victory Saturday over Louisiana College but : the ence, hosts State College of Ar- winning touchdown came on a kansas, 3-1-1, Saturday - night 69-yard halfback pass play with and Harding, which has not won i css than a minute left, in the conference, plays Arkansas Tech, 2-2-1, at Russellville Saturday afternoon. Henderson is one of the most improved teams in the conference and could take .over undisputed possession of'second place with a victory over the Bears. SCA is the only tetm with a chance to catch front-running j Arkansas A&M and then would I need help from Southern State, \ Wysong No Dud At Hawaii Open HONOLULU (AP) - Dudley Wysong addresses a golf ball as if afraid it was going to hit him back. He started the $100,000 Hawaiian Open. Tournament playing so badly he said he wasn't sure where the ball was going after he hit it. . But when it came down to the final holes, the quiet Texan refused to fold under the birdie pressure of veteran Billy Casper, and Wysong won the $20,000 playoff. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK (AP) - Dante Cane, 230-pound Italian heavyweight hopeful, arrived in New York Sunday to complete preparation for his 10-round ^s State bout with James J. Woody Fn- day night. TRACY, Calif. (AP) - Bobby Unser of Albuquerque, N.M, won the 30-lap main event of the U.S Auto Club sprint car races Sunday at Altamont Speedway with a record average speed of 90.76 miles per hour on the half- mile asphalt track. Holiday Tourney Slate Announced JONESBORO - Arkansas State University has drawn The Citadel for the fifth annual Holiday Basketball tournament planned at Indian Field House Dec. 27-28. Western Michigan University will meet New Mexico State University in the opening game of the four-team tourney. Three conferences will be represented in the tourney, two of which are major. Western Michigan of Kalamazoo will represent the Mid-America Conference and The Citadel of Charleston,-S. C., is a member of the Southern Conference, both major conferences. Arkansas State is a member of the Southland Conference, a college-division league which will.be,major in the fall of 1968, and New Mexico State ot Las Cruces is a major independent. Western Michigan and New Mexico State will open the tourney Dec. 27 at 7 p.m. with Ar- del in the nightcap at 9 p.m. Winners of the first round will met for the championship Thursday night at 9 p.m. Losers will vie for third place at 7 p.m. Previous winners of A-State's Holiday Tournament were Texas A&M in 1962, Texas Western in 1963, Miami of Ohio in 1965 and the University of Houston in 1966. Muskies, Knicks Score Triumphs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS [points as the Muskies won their The five players the Minnesota finished the game with were the best the Muskies had. In fact, they were the only ones they had. There was no help on the bench at the end of the Muskies' American Basketball Association game against Anaheim Sunday night because two players were injured and three had Wysong and Casper finished fouled out the 72-hole tournament, .played But by the end of three quar- over the 7,000-yard Waialae; ters, the Muskies really didn't course in brisk trade winds that need much help. They led 88-67 made the coconut trees dance vigorously, tied at 284. That was four under par for the four rounds. Only four other players broke par, Doug Sanders, Babe Hiskey, Deane Beman and Tom Weiskopf, who tied for the third spot with 287, three strokes be- first prize in a sudden death |hind the leaders. Both Southern State and A&M step out of the conference this week. Southern State was idle last week and Livingston, Ala., upset the Weevils 17-13 Saturday. Southern State is at Mississippi College and A&M plays at Eastern New Mexico. The Henderson-SCA game will be the last conference game for the Bears' Bobby Tiner and it's NEW GLASGOW, N.S - Les Gillis, 129, New Waterford, N S, knocked out Tibby Brown, 130,: Mew York, 7. 1 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA W REST LING Tuesday, November 7 ADULTS $1 — CHILDREN 50e NEW STARTING TIME — 8:15 MAIN EVENT Tag Team Match 60-Minute Time Limit - Best 2 Out of 3. Falls ANTONIO MARINO AND CORSICA JOE BULL MONTANA AND TAMAYO SOTO First Match 60 Min. Time Limit Best 2 Out of 3 Falls Billy Mines vs. Jim Steel and eventually won 119-92. Les Hunter, Ron Peery and Don Freeman each scored 19 fourth straight. Ben Warley led Anaheim with 22 : The. New York Knickerbockers of the National Basketball Association also won their fourth straight, 115-107 over the San Diego Rockets. Dick Barnett scored 22, Willis Reed 21, Howie Komives 19 and Dick Van Arsdale 17 for the Knicks, who came back from a 52-50 halftime deficit to outscorc the Rockets 38-Z9 in the third quarter. Jim Barnett and Art Williams paced San Diego with 16 each. There,were no other games in either league. These racing cars - in all I of Champions. The participating shapes and sizes — are worth j considerably more than a million dollars. They will be joined by a gioup of equally expensive automobiles at least 40 to 50 years old. The vintage cars will be in nearby Ormond Beach for the 10th Annual Antique Car Meet. The competition covers everything from short, quarter-mile sprints on the beach course to awards for the best-costumed drivers and owners. The meet takes spectators back to the bygone days of auto racing on the hard- packed sands that were later to become known as' the "World's Most Famous Beach." Ormond Beach is the site of the original Gasoline Alley and is called the "Birth-place of Speed." Thanksgiving vacationers will move abruptly to time present at the American Road Race r i uiioj; jo "I I|DM-°1"II D M drivers are all champions, hav« • ing already won major raeel this season in their home states. They'll be competing for the 22 Nine Flags Trophies, one for each racing car class in Hit Sports Car Club of America. Champions also receive Heuer chronograph watches and driv*' ing jackets of Celanese Fortrel- and cotton designed by Catalina-.. Martin. Celanese is also preparing a fashion show for par* ticipants,' spectators and residents of the Daytona Beach: area. " The third big event during^ the Daytona Thanksgiving weekend is the Pontiac Open Golf Tournament at the Riviera Country Club in Ormond Beach. It!s part of the Professional Goitres' Association Winter Tour and some of the country's lop pros will be entered in th» event. VISITORS TO DAYTONA may take the 50-cent tour ol the multimillion-dollar Daytona International Speedway,' including the high-banked turns. : FROM R.D. HUGHES MEN'S DEPARTMENT The end of falling socks. Esquire Socks*guarantees it with Slip-Not 93, AS ADVERTISED IN LIFE These socks are guaranteed not to sag or slip. The unique construction of 95% Caprolan Nylon and 5°/i Spandex throughout the leg brings you a sock that's built for style and comfort. Available in over-the-calf -SZ.OO per pair NEW Mid-Calf length -$1.50perpair and Anklet length - $1.25 per pair ESQUIRE SOCKS' *•»•!« snunsT IHIK on mo rur R. D. HUGHES CO. 310 VV. Main, BIytheville, Ark. R.D. Hughes Co.
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