The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1967 · Page 9
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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News — Tuesday, Novemwr 11, 19CT — Pag« itam Orange In Orange Dickey With Bowl By RON RAPOPORT I host dub. Associated Press Sports Writer j Texas, Texas Tech and Texas ... . „ ., _, | Christian also slill have a "It 1S mighty nice,'said Ten- chance to (Q lhe bow , ]t wU] Pleased Bid postseason college the third appearance in the Dallas game for Alabama, which beat A&M 29-21 in 1942 and lost to Rice 28-6 in 1954. be wanted The top football bowl games began taking shape Monday, the first day bids could be extended under NCAA rules. Dickey's once-beaten Volun- j ~ ar ~~B owl in New Orleans, La. teers, rated second in the coun- 1 The Cowboys, 9-0, are rated •winless Wisconsin. If both lost Indiana goes. The Hoosiers have never been to the Rose Bowl. Colorado accepted a Bluebonnet Bowl bid for Houston on Dec. 23. The runner-up in the Southwest Conference could be the opposing team as could Wyoming, the last of the ma- Georgia, which has also been •' jor unbeaten college teams, will meet Louisiana State in the Sug- try, will meet Oklahoma, No. 5, in' the Orange Bowl in Miami, Fla., the night of January 1. seventh in the latest poll. LSU is 5-3-1. The news of tile bid was "We're looking forward to the warm ] y received in Laramie, game," said Sooner Coach I W y 0 ., where students, players, the university president and excitement. Some 10,000 resi- even the governor showed their dents of the state are expcted to mak the trip. Southern California, of course, will be the host team in the Rose Bowl. The Trojans assured themselves of the Pacific 8 title with its 21-20 victory over UCLA. Indiana and Minnesota still are in contention for the Big Ten spot. Indiana can go to the bowl if it beats Purdue or if it ties Purdue and Minnesota loses to sounded out by the Liberty Bowl, to be played in Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 16. Penn State, 7-2, accepted a bid to the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 30. Chances are the opposition will be provided by the winner of this Saturday's Florida-Florida Stale game. Miami is thought to be a Liberty Bowl possibility if it beats Notre Dame this week. Missouri was considered for the game, but the team decided Monday against accepting any bowl bid. Mississippi, 4-3-1, will go to the Sun Bowl in El Paso, Tex., on Dec. 3. The selection committee -was reportedly considering six teams—Syracuse, Ne : braska, Florida, Florida State, Arizona State, and the University of Texas at El Paso—as possible opponents. Doug Dickey Chuck Fairbanks. "It's the one my boys wanted. But we've still got two tough games left." Oklahoma can clinch the Big Eight title by beating Nebraska Thanksgiving Day and then Oklahoma State. Tennessee can wrap up the Southeastern Conference title with victories over Kentucky and Vanderbilt. Alabama accepted a bid to meet the Southwest Conference champion in the Cotton Bowl Jan. 1 in Dallas. BeafcBryant'? ninth-rated Crimson Tide is 7-11. If Texas A&M wins its traditional contest with Texas Thursday, the Aggies would be the Bear Bryant Bluebonnet Bowl i ' .: . Foes Expected HOUSTON (AP).— Colorado's | club with a brilliant sophomore opponent in the Dec. 23 Blue- j passer, Bob 'Anderson," Hassell bonnet Bowl may be selected said. today. Colorado, a member of the Big Eight conference, was named Monday as one of the teams in the football classic which 1 is played in the 70,000-seat Rice University stadium. The Buffaloes have a 7-2 record with one game remaining against Air Force. "We have'a chance to name the other team today," said Lou Hassell, chairman of the'Blue- bonnett selection committee. "If it isn't picked loday, then-we won't select an opponent until this weekend." Teams still in the running are Texas A&M, Arkansas, Texas and Texas Tech from the Soutvi- Colorado; coached'by Oklahoma graduate Eddie Crowder, will be the third Big Eight team to play in the Bluebonnet Bowl. Kansas defeated Rice, 33-7, in 1961, and Missouri defeated Georgia Tech, 14-10, in 1962. Hassell said television was the main reason the .Bluebonnet chose the fourth Saturday in December this year instead of the third Saturday, as in the past. "Our contract with ABC this year jumps from $125,000 to $175,000," he said. "ABC didn't want a conflict with pro football, and the date was set before the pro football merger. Until the merger the American Football League 'playoffs were set Dec. west Conference plus Syracuse, 16,.-and., we would have had a| Miami (Fla), Georgia and Au- conflict, • - - j bur I "Since there were no other y + + games scheduled Dec. 23, ABC' The Southwest Conference was able to give us a more luc-1 race could finish in a twoi three rative' contract," he added, j or four way tie, depending on "However, since we signed the I 1 - • - contract, the National Football League set up its playoff and Dell, Luxora, Harrison Win HARRISON High School took its second win of the season last night as the senior high cagers beat Wilson Trade School, 67-48. Once again, Coach Ira Young expressed delight at the defensive play of his Dragons as Cubie Dixon pulled down 18 rebounds and John Davis grabbed 12 while Otha Riggons got 6. Scoring-wise, Ira King led the winners with 18 points. Other scoring showed Dixon 14, Davis 12, Riggons 10, Johnny Riggons 8, Willie Washington 4 and Winston Turner two. The junior Dragons fell to Wilson 62-28 as Robert Harvey's 10 markers led the losers. _, * . * * •, -""""' LUXORA hosted 6SCEOLA and took both games, the juniors edging the Seminoles 29-25 with Grover Stracener. gelling 11 points and/ the senior Panthers whipped the visitors 63-34. Luxora led • at the half 35-25 and the overall scoring was topped by T. Gathen with 18 points, followed by Vic Hannah 14, Cliff Yarborough 12, Don George 9, Wilson Porter 5, Leslie Als- worlh and L. Gathen 2, and Bobby Bynum one. Tallying for Osceola were S. Brown 15, H. Coldwell :9, .F. Liltle 4 and R. Jacobs, D. Newell and W. Coldwell two each. Luxora plays Missco at home tonight. * * * DELL High saw its senior girls beat Turrell 37-29 as Diane Armstrong netted 21 points, aid- PRE-SEASON STILLNESS-A Big Lake duck blind this morning overlooked its decoys in quiet readiness for the opening of the 1967-68 duck season, which begins tomorrow. This may be one of better seasons for area duck hunters. (Courier News Photo) Duck Hunters Set For Season Start LITTLE ROCK — Deerhunters taking part in the state's two- day deer hunt next Friday and Saturday, Nov. 24-25, will have to leave Ole Bullet at home. No dogs will be allowed in the woods during those two days, when it will be hunter choice in bagging' deer in most parts of the state. While most areas are,open to the taking of either buck or doe deer, the areas permitting bucks only to be harvested include Management Unit 12,15, and 16. Unit 12 takes in most of Pulaski County and portions of adjoining counties. Units 15 and 16 take in most of Polk, Montgomery, Pike, Howard, Clark, Hempstead, Little River, Sevier, and portions of Yell, Scott, Nevada, and Miller counties, all in the SW portion of the slate. Only hunters with permits will be allowed to enter the public shooting grounds at Dagmar, Wattensaw, Hurricane Lake, and Bayoir de View. ...Hunters are reminded that the individual quota is two deer per hunting year, and only one kill may be made per,hunting period. . In other words, once the second deer tag is used, that hunter's deer hunting is concluded. A good earth-soaking rain with runoff is needed between now and Wednesday, opening day of the duck season, for an adequate amount of surface water that makes for good duck hunt- but those dependent upon rainfall are short of the full mark. Thousands of ducks have already entered the state, and lots more are coming. A good rain would probably result in a good opening day hunt. Yesterday opened the fur- bearing season. The season will extend through Feb. 28. Also opening during the week will be the special two-day deer hunts at the White River National Wildlife Refuge on Nov. 21-22 and Nov. 24-25. Only hunters with permits will be per- ing. In some areas of the state the water supply is sufficient, but it is critical in others. Some public-owned shooting grounds haye been flooded fully, | milled to enter the refuge, and The Winner There were three entries that missed on four games in last week's football contest. Mike Long came out on top with his Blytheville - Jacksonville pick. Mike picked the score of the game' to' be Jacksonville 11- Blytheville 6. . . The final outcome of the game was Jacksonville 14 - Blytheville 0. ...... Richard Brewer of Blytheville and Dorothy Ray of Osceola were the other two entries who missed on 4. Richard's game pick was Jacksonville 27-Blytheville 13. Dorothy Ray picked the score to be Jacksonville 20 - Blytheville 6. This week's contest appeared ed by Kathy Miller with 10 and in last Saturday's paper be- Patsy Minyard's six. I cause of the Wednesday mid- The boys fell to Turrell 70-42 nite deadline due to the Thanks- permits are no longer available. The duck and coot season will open Wednesday. Ordering a supply of the initial Game and Fish magazine was like kissing a new girl— the response is questionable. There were 10,000 ordered and the response was greater than anticipated. Even though you may have missed gelling a copy of the first issue, you can still be placed on the mailing list to receive subsequent copies in the future. Write to: .MAGAZINE, Game and Fish Commission, Lillle Rock, Ark., 72201. HUNTERS' LOG DEER — Second period—Nov. 24-25. NO DOGS. Special hunts at White River Refuge by permit only Nov. 21-22, Nov. 24-25. DUCK — Season opens Nov. 22, continues through Dec. 31. despite 25 points by Mike Jackson and eight by Finis Thomp- giving day games. Better remember that your entry must son.but the visitors had just too I be postmarked no later than much manpower. Wednesday midnite of this week. the final two weeks of play. Texas A&M can win it and a spot . .„ in the Cotton Bowl by tying or the two conference winners will defeating Texas Thanksgiving j meet on Dec. 23 at 1 P.m. We've Day 6 ...... | moved the Bluebonnet kickoff Although flassell. has. .listed j back to 3 p.m., however, and Texas as one of the teams-wider 'here won't be any conflict, consideration; Lpnghorn coach Darrell Royal'said'Monday he would not consider a bowl bid if his team is defeated by Texas A&M Thursday. The Bluebonnet has no official link with the Southwest Conference but has sought, when possible, to obtain the runnerup from the group whose champion is pledged to the Cotton Bowl. However, three of the contests Since the bowl was established in 1959 were played without Southwest Conference representatives. Hasf/ell said he felt the Bluebonnet has landed an outstanding team in Colorado, whioh has lost only to Olahoma and Okla. homa state. "We've got an exciting baU POSSIBILITIES become PROBABILITIES When you know that MFA Security Service is ready to help finance your new car, boat or mobile home. SEE YOUR MFA INSURANCE AGENT Buell Carter, Agent BIjtluTllle, Pb. fO 3-JMl WAYNE DAGGETI, AfUt OMMla, Ph. LO Mill WATCH YOUR AIL BOX FOR OUR Northside Is Unanimous Pick By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS [total points at right: „ 1. FS Northside (9) (12-OJ Fort Smith N'orthside was thC| 2 Lmle Rock Ha]1 (9 . 1} unanimous choice today for first place in the Associated Press Arkansas high school football poll. The Grizzlies, who completed an unbeaten season in 12 games Friday night, was the top pick of the nine sportswriters and broadcasters participating in fldi: IS" ,he next-to-last poll of the sea- 3. Springdale (10-1) 68., 4. Texarkana (9-2) 6fT 5. North Little Rock (8-3) 50 6. Conway (10-1) 39: 7. LR Central (7-3) 23. 8. El Dorado (0-5) : 18 : , 9.Pine Bluff (6-5) 15' 10. Camden Falrview (11-1) 12^ Others receiving votes, listed' alphabetically: Atkins, Fayette- son - „ , ville, Forrest City, Fort Smith Little Rock Hall, beaten only Soutnsidc , Fort Smith St. y Northside, retained second place with 79 points, including eight votes for the No. 2 spot. Springdale clung to third with points, nudging Texarkana, vhich had 66. Rounding out lhe top 10 in order were North Liltle Rock, Conw.iy, Little Rock Central, El Dorado. Pine Bluff and Camden ?airview. Conway led the field in Class AA, Nashville edged Berryville one point in Class A and unbeaten Stamps was a solid choice in Class B. Here are the results of the poll, with first place votes and team records in parentheses and 'illillilliiiiiiniiiiiininmiinniiiiiiiiiniinnniiiiiiininiiniiniiiiin BOWLING iiiuiBisiii iiiiiuniiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiuiiii SHAMROCK LANES STEELITES LEAGUE STANDINGS Hamra's Dept. Store Frame's Flowers .... Rexall Drugs. Hah's Insur Steele Apparel ... United Auto Parts Neil's Service — M. Smoller Co. ... Class A ; . 1. Nashville (4) (10-1) IS- 2. Berryville (2) (10-1) .... 143. Eudora (1) 7 Others receiving votes, listed. alphabetically: Atkins, Bryant,. Fordyce, Fort Smith St. Anne's (1), Greenwood, Hamburg and Piggott. 32 27 26 25'<i 24 23 Wk 19 V4 13 7% 12 17 18 18V4 20 21 24 ',i 24',i 21 Ark-Mo Power Bank of Steele HIGH GAMES Delores Barnard 190 Jeanie Neil 180 Rexall Drugs 766 Neil's Service 707 HIGH SERIES Imogene Craig 501 Delores Barnard 489 Rexall 2,084 Neil's 1,957 SPLITS Pam Jarboe 5-10 Cheene Mathis 5-6-10 Frances Bishop 3-10 Edith Ballentine 3-10 Ramona Stokes 3-10 Anne's, Little Rock Catholic, _ Marianna, Rogers, Sheridan and ; Stamps. Class AA : ..1. Conway (8) (10-1) 26 • 2. Camden Fairvicw (11-1) . U-3. Malvern (10-1-1) 5.-. Others receiving votes, listed : alphabetically: Forrest City;.. Marianna, Rogers and Sheridan (1). Class B 1. Stamps (7) (11-0) 22. 2. Gillbett (1) (10-0) 133. Gentry (1) (11-0) 11. Others receiving votes, listed. alphabetically: Farmington am? ilison. For TIGERS only.. longiltanPaneteli 60 KING EDWARD Amtr/ci'i iirgial Selling Cigtr holiday on ice EARLY THE TIDE OLOSTYIE KENTUCKY BOURBON

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