The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1967 · Page 10
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AFL-NFL Action Chargers, Chiefs, Packers, Colts Win Arnie Leads Way In World Cup Play By PAUL H. FINCH .lack Nicklaus, 27-year-oW ! teammate from Columbus, MEXICO CITY (AP) - Ar- j Ohio> came in seeon( ) as Individ- nold Palmer, the easy-going golf ua) W j nller p i us coholder of the ^Illllilllllllllilllllllllllllllllin ll!ll!!ll!IIHI!!ll!lll!lll!IHI>ll| COURIER NEWS CRUNCHING DEFENSE as pictured liere, pius potent offense, lias helped the Green Bay Packers, maintain their lead in the NFL's Central Division, yesterday's 55-7 thrashing of the Cleveland Browns being a good example of both the defensive and offensive maneuverability of Coach Vines Lombardi's gridders. PAGE TEK Monday. November 13, 19ST For otent azorbacks By HARRY KING Associated Press Writer LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Arkansas Coach Frank Broyles admitted Sunday he was leery of how the Razorbacks' defense would do against Rice Saturday. "We didnl know what to expect," Broyles said on his television show. "After what happened to them in the Texas A&M game in the fourth quarter... we just didn't know how they would react." A&M scored 10 points in the fourth period to beat Arkansas 33-21. The Arkansas defense gave the offense time to get unpacked by stopping the Owls at the Arkansas 21, 33 and 8 In the first period. '<They had their backs to the wail two or three times," said Styles. "The big plays were Tommy Trantham "The punt return is one of the most beautiful plays in football," said Broyles. "But it's to get the timing put the Razorbacks in business at the Rice 45 and South got the touchdown in two plays. He passed to Dickey for ten yards and then hooked up with Peacock for the touchdown. Trantham's long interception return gave Arkansas the ball at the Rice 11 in the final minutes of the half. South hit Dickey for eight yards and then Dickey scored from just outside the one on fourth down. White's extra point gave Arkansas a 170 lead with less than a minute to go in the half. Trantham, Adams and safety Terry Stewart are sure to see plenty of passes Saturday when the Razorbacks play SMU at Dallas. Arkansas is now 2-2-1 in the conference and could finish as high as third with victories over the Mustangs and Texas Tech. By MIKE RECHT Associated Press Sports Writer The Oakland Raiders have found out that idleness won't win them any American Football League titles, not with the San Diego Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs hard at work. Playing the role of the idle rich Sunday only made the Raiders poorer as the Chargers and Chiefs each rolled to victory and narrowed the gap that separates them from leading Oakland in the Western Division. The Chargers, 6-1-1, stumped Miami 24-0 and the Chiefs, 6-3, hammered Boston 33-10 while the Raiders relaxed with an open date and a 7-1 mark. The New York Jets had to work hand to retain their one- game lead over Houston in the Eastern Division with a 20-10 ' victory over Buffalo while the Oilers struggled by lowly Denver 20-18 in the other AFL James. San Diego, off last week, also suffered the effects of idleness against the Dolphins .as the high-powered Chargers managed only a 7-0 lead into the fourth quarter before blowing)land Coach Blanton Collier open the game. : 'Two weeks layoff was too much," said Charger Coach Sid Gillman. "I think we will be a letter football team from here on out." Houston, noted for its defense, won its fifth game with an unusual 20 point outburst in the first three periods on a scoring pass by Pete Beathard and the running of Hoyle Granger and Woodie Campbell. But the Broncos, able to cross midfield only twice and trailing 20-0, gave the Oilers a scare as Steve Tensi tossed two TD passes and Bob Humphreys kicked a 43-yard field goal in less than six minutes during the final quarter before the Houston defense regrouped. By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer Green Bay rookie Travis Williams couldn't believe it. Cleve- didn't want to. And, as usual, Packer Coach Vince Lombard! had the last word. "That's been our history. The Packers always rise to the occasion," said Lombard! after the "We were sluggish and ourjp ackerS) led by Williams' iming was off," agreed quar-1, ecor d-tymg heroics, stunned ;erback John Hadl, who pitched 'or two touchdowns, but had 'our other passes intercepted. 'We might have been looking ahead to Kansas City. I'm just glad we didn't play the Chiefs today." The Chargers and Chiefs collide Sunday while Oakland, if it can avoid rustiness, hosts weak Miami and can pick up ground on at least one challenger with a victory. The Chiefs readied themselves for the San Dingo clash after spotting Boston a 10-7 lead and then crushing the Patriots for their third straight romp in a final drive to rain the AFL title they won last year. The Chiefs' Len Dawson pitched for two touchdowns and (defensive back Erm'tt Thomas difficult down. Arkansas has adapted its of- football game: fense somewhat to South's passing ability and the senior has First responded during the past three weeks. He hit 9 of 13 for 141 yards against Rice and has connected on 42 of his last 57. "Ronny has a great knack of anticipating who is going to be open," said Broyles. Broyles said the "bomb" South threw to Peacock was HOUSTON Tex (AP) - Sta- returned an intercepted pass 57 tistics of the Arkansas - Rice,'yards for another score and in- Itercepted a second pass and recovered a fumble to set up a Arkansas Rice TD and a fieM goa i. "We're in good shape," Coach ; Hank Stram of Kansas City 198 said. "We play both Oakland Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Return Yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost. . 12 112 141 205 9-14-0 6-35 18 114 Cleveland 55-7 Sunday. "When we've had an injury," Lombard) added, "we always play a little better." Tiie Packers had the injuries —starting running backs Jim Grabowski and Elijah Pitts are out—and they certainly played well, running up a 35-7 first-period margin and romping in 'rom there. The victory, spiced by Wil- .iams' record-matching two Sickoff returns for touchdowns, kept the defending champion Packers atop the National Football League's Central Division. Baltimore remained unbeaten and on top of the Coastal Division with a 49-7 romp over Atlanta, witSi Johnny Unitas providing a spectacular passing game and the Colts showing no letdown after the previous week's important victory over Green Bay. Dallas moved three games in front in the Capitol Division Yards penalized .. 50 121 18-32-3 8-32 1 30 "Ringo" Bonavena, Argentina's something the quarterback and| en t ry j n the world heavyweight his receiver had worked out. | championship selection, arrived "They noticed that a majority | f, ere s un day for his fight with of the defensive backs attempt, Jimmy Ellis at Lou i svil | e| Ky. to anticipate whether the end is j p ec 2 and San Diego again and they play each other once. We just have to.keep winning." The loss all but eliminated the Patriots in the East race, and the New York victory did the MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Oscar! sa me to Buffalo as each suf- whipped Philadelphia 33-17 and Washington clipped San Francisco 31-23 in the other NFL games. "I couldn't believe it was happening," Williams said after returning kickoffs for touchdowns on runs of 87 and 35 yards for the Packers. His feat matched the league record of two kickoff returns for touchdowns set last year by Philadelphia's Timmy Brown. And the 35 points run up by the Packers in the first period set a league record. Donny Anderson and Ben Wilson filled in admirably for the ailing Pitts and Grabowski, Anderson, scoring four touchdowns and Wilson rushing for 100 yards. "'The story of the game," Lombardi insisted, however, "was Bart Starr." Starr completed 14. of 21 passes for 249 yards and two touchdowns. 'I still don't know what happened," said the dazed Collier. I think we wanted to win so badly we were too tight and couldn't play our game." Colt quarterback . Unitas played his game—perhaps even a little above his usual outstanding performance. He completed 17 ot 20 throws for 370 yards and four touchdowns, the scores coming on plays covering 25, 11, 64 and 5 yards, in the rout of Atlanta. End Frank Clarke, who lined up in the backfield on a light-I formation, broke op» the game for Dallas, racing 56 yards for a touchdown that put the Cowboys in front of New Orleans 17-0. They coasted in from there. Pittsburgh, with quarterback Bill Nelsen calling the shots, j moved 90 yards in nine plays in the last minute of play to gain the tie with St. Louis. Nelson capped it with a six-yard toss to Roy Jefferson. St. Louis, however, remained one-half game in front of Cleveland. Detroit established a negative record, fumbling 11 times, in tiie tie with Minnesota, an offensive nightmare for both teams. Mel Farr carried 24 times for 197 yards for the Lions, who tied it on Wayne Walker's 12-yard field goal in the third period. Sub quarterback Larry Rakestraw was the big gun for the Bears against stumbling New York. Rakestraw flipped scoring passes of 23, 18 and 6 yards master from Latrobe, Pa., was off to new conquests today after capturing his first World Cup individual prize in six tries as cowinner of the American team. ;omeback against San Francisco. He completed 22 of 41 for 291; Niklaus. yards. The Redskins scored j individual prize I'm glad Arnold .wice in the third period, both j did," after fumble recoveries. The Rams rushed in 20 points in the second quarter, breaking it open against Philadelphia. Bruce Gossett kicked field goals of 21, 12, 27 and 31 .yards for the winners, and Roman Gabriel passed for two touchdowns. i Grand -National victory. team trophy by the United States for the sixth time. "I owe my partner a great deal for gelling those clubs right," said Palmer. "I came here to help win 8ie team championship," added 'If I couldn't win the MACON. Ga. (AP) - Bobby Allison of Hueytown, Ala., driving a 1967 Fred Lorenzen Ford Fairlane, Sunday won the Georgia 500 stock car race for his third consecutive NASCAR ; Gary Adams on: defense, the punt anfl interceplions." Gary Adams returned a punt 35'yards to set up Arkansas' firjt touchdown and then took going to hook inside or break j outside," said Broyles. "Pea- returns I cock made a beautiful fake and | just went right by the defensive back." Dickey, who is known for his ability to move the ball across Bonavena flew here from Buenos .Aires and was expected lo work oul at Miami Beach before continuing to Louisville, although his handlers were indefinite on future plans. • • one back 52 yards to set up!the goal, came up with a big the final touchdown in the Ra-'play in the second period. He zorbacks' 23-9 victory over the!was out on a pass route when Owls. Tommy Trantham's bril-; South was hit and fumbled, liaht interception and 53-yard Dickey came racing back and ruhback put the Porkers in posi- recovered the loose ball and the tion for their second touchdown:-'recovery'at the Rice 27 set up David Dickey, the Southwest j Bob White's 44-yard field goal. Conference's leading scorer, scored twice from in close to push his season total to 11 and quarterback Ronny South hooked up with split end Max Peacock for 35 yards and the ctfier Porker touchdown. At first glance, the Owls zeem to have come out on top in; statistics. But, a closer look reireals some interesting items. Rice had a 59-yard advantage injtotal offense, 312-253, bul the Razorbacks returned five punts fof 106 yards and carried back three interceptions for an additional 71 yards. Rice returned four punts for 36 yards and did not intercept a pass. £dd the return yardage and Arkansas is almost 100 yards belter off than Rice. In addition, the Owls picked upt almost 100 yards against the Arkansas reserves who were pljrying with a 23-3 lead. Arkansas has specialized in punt returns during the past several years but has had limited success this year. Adams' 35-yard punt return MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — Toronto defenseman Allan Stanley, a 19-year veteran of the National Hockey League, will be hospitalized at least five days with an eye injury he suffered in the Maple Leafs' 2-1 loss to Minnesota Saturday night. fered its sixth defeat. The Jets, meanwhile, won for the sixth time in nine games in a contest dominated by the defenses which blocked several field goal attempts, intercepted four passes and recovered one fumble. Joe Namath threw for one touchdown and set up two field goals by Jim Turner, but a 41- yard TD run in the final period by cornerback Johnny Sample with a pass deflected by teammate Ralph Baker proved to be the clincher. The Bills needed an interception by George Saimes and two roughing the kicker penalties to get its TD and a 10-10 tie at the half. standings after a 27-10 decision I and scored twice^himself. Deover New Orleans, while St.' '-—-•—•--'-'-"—-'- "-•---•• Louis maintained a precarious hold on the Century Division lead with a 14-14 tie with Pittsburgh. Chicago humbled New York 34-7, Minnesota and Detroit battled to a 10-10 tie, Los Angeles fensive tackle Frank Cornish set up three touchdowns by intercepting two Frank Tarkenton passes and recovering a fumble. Sonny Jurgensen passed for three touchdowns, the last a 15- yarder to Jerry Smith with 7:01 remaining, in Washington's BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Tuesday, November 14 ADULTS $1 — CHILDREN 50e NEW STARTING TIME — 8:15 MAIN EVENT 6-MAN BATTUE ROYAL South American Style Dean Brothers (Jerry - Mike) Joey Corea - Jerry Dean Tamayo Soto - Eric Von Broner First Match 3 1-Fall, 10 Min. Matches Billy Nines vs. Mike Dean Tamayo Soto vs. Erie Von Broner Jerry Corea vs. Jerry Dean FREE SIGHTSEEING TOUR OF ARKANSAS' MOST SCENIC OZARK MOUNTAIN REGION! The Tourist and Recreation Committees of Fulton and Izard Counties Melbourne. Arkansas (in behalf of Horseshoa Development Corporation), cordially Invites responsible persorw to be special guests on a fabulous PBEE SIGHTSEEING TOUR through the Arkansas OzarKs. Selection;; for the tour will be mane en ft choice lint-comB, first-served basis and reservations will be. confirmed promptly. The tour will be made in a luxurious scenic-cruiser type bufi which will leave Blythevilie at 8:30 a.m. on November 23 and return on November 24. We ply your travel fare and all lodging. Tour only expense will be for meals and your purchases along the way. Tour tour will take you through the most scenic section of the famous Arkansas OKavk Mountains. Among the many interest- ine sights in the area are famous Buffalo Blver, Bull Shoals dam and lake. Lake Norfolk, world's largest trout hatchery, Salem Knob, white Blver (famous for float fishing and Rainbow trout) a 100-vear-old grist mill still in operation, a mammoth snrine and source lor Spring River, frontier village and numerous caverns. You'll be intriqued by quaint mountain villages bearing such names as cotter, Mountain Home, calico BocK, Salem, Asft Flat, Pleasant Ridge and Flippln. There is no prettier sight in the world than the Ozarks M this time of year. Every turn In the road brings « new thrill us Mother Nature paints the leaves of her forrest family In brilliant splashes of brown, red. green and gold. You'll see mile after breath- taklnii mile of tree studded hills brilliantly alive with color. The air Is filled with aroma of burning oak and hickory as wispy trailj of smoke float skyward from countless chimneys pinpointing * cabin home deep in the woods. You -will spend » part of your time M Horseshoe Bend, one of the nation's outstanding resort/retlrement/vacatlon/recreatlon areas now under development. You will enjoy, free of charge, many of our modern recreational facilities. You'll be given a complete tour of Horseshoe Bend properties at which time you will learn all about our nnqivie private club membership plan which Includes privilege of land purchase. While the free vacation is a part of our program to sell property, you will be under no obligation to buy, nor will Horseshoe Bend be under obligation to sell. Remember, selections lor the tour will be made on » choice first-come, first-served basis. Fill out and mall the coupon TODAY to HORSESHOE DEVELOPMENT COBPOBATION. Franklin, Arkansas. >•*••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• • Name • Wife's Name . I Mdreu • Phone No Z!P NowlnhandvTWO-PM HAWKS PAWN SHOP AND ARMY SURPLUS 322 E. Main Phone PO 3-8288 WANTED 2 Young Aggressive Men Who Have the Following Qualifications: • Honest • Sober • Willing to Learn • Desire For The Better Things in Life The men we are looking for are between the ages of 21 and 35, high school education and are willing to work. A sales background is preferred but not essential. WE OFFER: Excellent pay plan that lets you earn as high as you desire. The Number 1 car and truck in America. The usual large company fringe benefits. The most modern working facilities in the Mid-South. Apply in person to HOMER CONNELL at Bob Sullivan Chevrolet - Cadillac Co. Expert Guidance Without Obligation from John C. McHaney and Sons Whether you need assistance in selecting a family memorial, or advice on cemetery requirements, take advantage of our experience. No obli^a- tion.' We'll counsel you, assist Monumei you in evew wa y- And, we specialize in fully guaranteed Barre Guild Monuments. See us todav. John C. McHaney & Sons "Your Monument Men" South Highway 61 — Ph. PO 2-2601 Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent Phone PO 3-3361 607 N. 6th

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