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Blythwflta Art.? «wriir »Wi - fcteilty, Vbvmtor 11, mr- P«;« fern (BOWLING, SHAMROCK LANES SPORTSMAN LEAGUE STANDINGS Phillips Ford 24 12 Phillips Oilers 23 13 Team 3 21% 14k TeamS ...20 16 Team 1 .: 18 18 Bus. Machines 16 20 Barney's Drugs 13% 22% Ark-Mo Power 8 28 HIGH GAMES Amos Decker 237 VV. T. Havard 236 Bus. Machines 1,057 Phillips Ford 1,024 HIGH SERIES i Amos Decker 602' W. T. Havard 590 Team 3 2,953 Bus. Machines 2,948 TUESDAY TWILIGHT STANDINGS A BETTER IDEA—Ford, Steve Ford that is, Shawnee High School running back has better ideas than to let himself be tackled in ttiis action from the Indians-Luxora game two weeks ago, and the senior-gridder did the same last night as he scored one of the touchdowns and. booted an extra point in Shawnee's 19-0 victory over Earle in the season finale for. both teams. (Courier News Photo) Jack's Shoes ... Decker In Randall Co Dreifus Jewelry George Motor Co. First Motor Co. First Natl. Bank Plaza Drugs .... Hays Supermkt. HIGH GAMES iea Edwards Joan Miklas First National Bank .. Jack's Shoes Plaza Drugs 2B 1 /. 26 22 21 19 19 15 14% 14 McVea Gives Power To Houston Attack By MURRAY OLDERMAN HOUSTON; Tex. - (NBA) The one-and-a-half hour class in first aid was over, so Warren McVea could relax. That was the extent of his schoolwork for the day, and nothing much to do till football practice started he said, t 4 o'clock. "Now Monday," "that's a tough day. I go to three classes." Warren is a major in Communication & Arts at the University of Houston. He also represents a major sociological project for the University because bled Houston Astrodome, on national television, Warren fumbled the ball four times. Now he looked back and explained, "I was so lonely when I came back to school that year, you couldn't believe it. I'm very close to my family, I really miss them, even now that I'm a senior. . "Besides, the''coach sprayed our arms and.hands with some kind of stuff that was supposed to make the ball stick. And I don't like to use anything like that. I don't wear sweat bands or use any stuff like that to JGCL 1UI nit; ujuvciaii.j' UL.V.UUUW «• —"« — >v he had played, by the help me. All I do is tape my end of October, consecutive --'•'-- ""'•"" football games at Starkville, Miss., and University, Miss. Warren is a Negro. That in itself is not unique. There are five other Negroes on the Houston traveling squad. Warren is different because he's the most exciting collegiate running back in the United States. (0. J. Simpson of the University of Southern California is merely sensational.) You know he's different when you sit with him on a concrete slab in the inner court of the where a huge metal sculpture dominates the scene of student traffic at the noon hour, and a blond kid in a brown sport coat, with a notebook under his arm, stops McVea for his autograph. McVea signs it for him, twice, and under the little "c" he puts two horizontal and then two verticle lines, an idiosyncrasy of his grade school days. "You gonna kill 'em this weekend, man," says the kid. "I sure hope so," nods Warren. McVea came to the University of Houston in the fall of 1964 as the most fabulous player in the history of Texas high school football. In his first varsity game a year later, in the fa ankles lightly. "Since then, I fumbled only once all last year, and I haven't fumbled Ihis year, yel." Mainly, Warren hasn't fumbled because nol many lacklers hit him squarely. In his third varsity year, he has averaged more than 10 yards for every time he has touched the ball, either as a pass receiver or running from scrimmage. He isn't blatantly cocky about his achievements. He recognizes his talents. "I iook to he movies of me," he said, "and I see moves that I don't realize I made. I don't copy anybody. -I have moves nobody else has. They're ne." For the interested visitor, there's a screen and projector already set up in a big room off the lobby of the athletic department building, and film clips of McVea ready to run off. They show him blazing to three long touchdown runs against Michigan State in an early season victory that stunned college football. The McVea 'lanker .when he gets to pro- 'essional football. When Houston lost to North Carolina State in an upset, McVea was on sidelines the last three quarters. He had bruised lis left shoulder colliding with Dennis Byrd, an All-American defensive tackle for N. C. State. "The guys were, pressing a little bit," he said. "TSiey were trying to block harder when 1 was oul of the game. They know with me, they jusl got to get in Ihe way of the other guy, and I'll do Ihe rest." The words sound like bragging, but not the way he said it. McVea is conscious of his slatus on campus as an All- American. He lives in the athlete's dormitory, bul he has his own room. He also drives a pale blue Buick Riviera, not Ihe average car for the average college student. How could he afford it? . "I had a good summer job," he said, smiling.broadly. . Warren is the baby in a family of six boys and three girls, his father is in the construclion business business in San Antonio. None of the other five boys ever played football. "My mother," he said, "told an interviewer that God saved all the talent for me." Warren implicity found no argument with the statement. YONKER, N.Y.'.(AP) - Fulla Napoleon, with Dick Thomas handling the reins, is the prohibitive 1-9 favorite to win the $100,000 Lawrence B. Sheppard pace for 2-year-olds at Yonkers Raceway tonight. tap dance. He is not big-5'10, LAUREL, Md. (AP) - I1UU UUiicgc luutucuit xti«j i»v-1 I-IA jLjrtUJl.E'iv, mu. V"' ) — style is darting, his feet faster strange Question, $54.40, and than an old Bojangles Robinson Percentage Wise, $156.40, combined for a $1,615 daily double tap udnuc. nc la nui. "i&—" i», Dined tor a $1,010 uany uuuu. 178 pounds—and realistically | at Laurel Race Course Friday. r:niii*nf Via'll Ko a cnlit pnH or i. . figures he'll be a split end Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Friday's Results Boston 115," Baltimore 114 S!. Louis 143, Detroit 140, ot San Fran. 123, Phila'pbia 104 Today's Games Seattle at Baltimore San Diego at Cincinnati Boston at New York Philadlphia at Los Angeles San Francisco at St. Louis Sunday's Games ...... Chicago at Los Angeles San Digeo at St. Louis Monday's Games No games scheduled ABA Friday's Results Denver 88, Houston 86, ot Minnesota 120, New Jersey 110 Dallas 104, Kentucky 102 Today's Games Denver at New Orleans . Dallas at Indiana Sunday's Games Indiana at Denver New Jersey at Pittsburgh Oaland at Minnesota Monday's Games Indiana at Dallas Anaheim at New Orleans T By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Results No games scheduled . Today's Games Chicago at Montreal Toronto at-Minnesota Oakland at Boston St. Louis at Pittsburgh Sunday's Games Montreal at Detroit, Oakland at New York Philadelphia at Boston St. Louis at Chicago Monday's Games No games scheduled Armorel Wins Another One Arrriorel High won another basketball game last night as they beat Cooler, Mo. by a 65-61 score. High men for the winners were Walt Hopper and WendeJi Tilley with 19 each, Slowers getting the same number for the losers. In a B game, Armorel won, 35-31, led by 15 points by Lee Mathis. Armorel's next game is at undefeated Dyess next Friday. ALL ALONE ta the end zoae b t eomnuM vfew «f Houtan'f W«mn McVe*, who afc most personally bat vaulted hi* team tato (fee ntffMl MMI jpifflt* M <fce most '' -WMb* bMk tattt IMted SMM. ll'z 14 18 19 21 21 25 25% 26 200 199 933 906 906 HIGH SERIES Joan Miklas 582 Jean Gardner 511 Bea Edwards 511 First National Bank 2,635 Jack's Shoes 2,620 SPLITS Bea Spuvgeon 5-10 Imogene Craig 6-7-10 WEDNESDAY EARLY BIRD STANDINGS Pin Pals '..'. 28% 7Vz Cotton Bowlers 21 15 Koffee Klan 20 16 Inconsistent 19% 16% GoGo Girls 17 19 Road Runners 15 21 Lucky Strikes 13 23 Fire Birds 10 26 HIGH GAMES Myrtle Thomas 205 Barbara Larson 200 HIGH SERIES Barbara Larson 523 Myrtle Thomas 516 TEACHERS' LEAGUE STANDINGS Hustlers 18 9>/ z HiLos 17 11 Shu-Ins 16 12 Hot Shots 14 14 Sparrows 13 15 Blessed Four 11 17 Misfits 6% 17% HIGH GAMES Dan Rains 212 tecil Brown 204 Betty Brown 159 Sandra Bass 144 Hustlers 770 Shu-Ins 717 HIGH SERIES Cecil Brown 570 Roy Daniels 525 Betty Brown 448 Ada Daniels 391 Hustlers 2,152 Sparrows 2,092 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES LEAGUE STANDINGS 7-Up 24 16 Razorback 24 16 Pepsi-Cola 20% 19% Philliph Ford 20 20 Hood's Flying Ser. .. 19% 20% Coca-Cola 19 21 Meador Body Shop .. 16 24 Farmer's Bank 11 29 HIGH GAMES Blanche Branscum 203 Ann Webb 202 HIGH SERIES Blanche Branscum 540 Ann Webb 529 SPLITS Blanche Branscum 3-6-7 Joan Dyer 5-7 Trig Decker 3-6-10, 7-8 BLYTHEILLE AIR FORCE BASE INTRAMURAL LEAGUE STANDINGS 97th C.E. No. 1 27 5 340th Bomb Sq 24 8 97th Supply Sq 23 9 581st Medical........ 22 . 10 97th ARS 22 . 10 Hq. Sq. (Cap) 20% 11% Hq. Sq. (WG) 19 13 2101st Comm Sq 18 14 SACMET & FTD ..16 16 97th AEMS 16. 16 THE LONG and short of steeplechase racing is pictured iere as jockey Dave Nicholson guides Ross Four safely over the last fence en route to victory at Kempton Park, England. FOOTS/ILL SCOKES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High School Class AAA 26, VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP) Jim Champion's contract as coach of the British Columbia Lions in the Canadian Football League was extended through the 1969 season Friday. NEW YORK (AP) - The Obert brothers, Carl, Oscar and Rube of the New York A.C., were picked today by tSie Ama- eur Athletic Union to represent lie United States in the world handball championships at To•onto, Nov. 20-22. Fort Smith Northside North Little Rock 7 Little Rock Hall 26, El Dorado 7 Fayetteville 23, FS St. Anne's 14 Fort Smith Southside 7, Hot Springs 0 Pine Bluff 26, Little Rock Central 0 Springdale 26, Texarkana 19 Jacksonville 30, Searcy 20 Helena 19, Jonesboro 0 Little Rock Catholic 6, Little Rock McClellan 0 Class AA Batesville 19, DeWitt 6 Hamburg 6, Camden 0 Conway 13, Benton 0 Magnolia 14, DeQueen 0 Sheridan 40, Dollarway 20 Forrest City 28, West Memphis 7 Watson Chapel 35, LR Fuller 19 Warren 33, Arkadelphia 18 Camden Fairview 34, Crossett Huntsville 40, Harrison 13 Nashville 27, Hope 13 Morrilton 20, Cabot 7 Malvern 28, Smackover 0 Rogers 36, Mountain Home Russellville 27, Sylvan Hills 0 Subiaco 33, Siloam Springs 7 Stuttgart 32, Newport 13 Bentonville 27, Van Buren 0 Wynne 24, Paragould 0 Warren 33, Arkadelphia 18 Bald Knob 15, Trumann 0 Class A Dardanelle 26, Atkins 7 Augusta 39, Marshall 6 Booneville 18, Greenwood 14 Brinkley 32, Carlisle 0 Clarksville 18, Charleston 0 Corning 25, Lepanto 0 DeValls Bluff 33, Heber Springs 0 97th AMMS 16 16 97th FMS No. 1 .... 15V6 16% 97thFMSNo. 3 13 19 97th Trans. Sq 13 19 Foor Service Sect. .. 12 20 97th SP Sq 11 21 G5th MMS 10 22 97th C.E. No. 2 9 23 97th FMS No. 2 8 24 97th QMS 5 27 HIGH GAME J. Kelchum 239 HIGH SERIES R. Hilson 646 HIGT TEAM SERIES Hq. Sq. (Wg.) 2,716 SHAMROCK LANES HOUSEHOLD EXEC. LEAGUE j STANDINGS B. V.'s 28 Astros 24 Alley Rats 22 Liberty Supmkt 22 73's 21 Holiday Inn 19 Blyth Tractor 19 Hurst's 17 Thunderbirds 16 Tigers 12 HIGH GAMES Dorthyn Russell Liberty Supmkt HIGH SERIES Lou White B.V.'s SPLITS Norma Ballon 12 16 18 18 19 21 21 23 24 28 . 200 . 499 . 518 1,425 1-9-7 How Top Ten Did By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here are how the top ten teams in the Associated Press Arkansas high school football poll fared in games played Friday night: 1. FS Norlhside beat North Little Rock 26-7. 2. LR Hall beat El Dorado 26. 7, 3. Texarkana lost to Springdale 26-19. 4. Springdale beat Texarkana 26-19. 5. North Little Rock lost to FS Northside 26-7. 6. LR Central lost to Pine Bluff 26-0. 7. Conway beat Benton 13-0. 8. 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