The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1967 · Page 8
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Trojans On Top Wooden Horse Not Needed By ED SCHUYLER JR. ]lime Ihis season. Associated Press Sporls Writer Southern California is king of UCLA, fourth last week before being upset by Syracuse, and Houston, 10th before being sur- 1967 college football. , - . John McKay's Trojans were' prised by Tulsa, dropped out of awarded 474 points today to 436 he rankings. " ' ' The Top Ten, with first place •otes in parentheses and points to Tennessee in the final Associated Press major college poll. Southern California, which finished its regular season with a 9-1 record, received 36 first- place ballots in voting by a panel of 49 sports writers and broadcasters. Tennessee, 8-1 with one regular season game remaining before its Orange Bowl date with Oklahoma, received 11 first- place votes. Oklahoma was third with 311 points, followed by Indiana with 245 and Notre Dame with 243. Indiana, Southern Cal's Rose Bowl opponent, dropped out of the" Top Ten after losing to Minnesota, but the Hoosiers roared back to gain fourth after upsetting Purdue and finish with a tegular-season 9-1 mark. Notre Dame got one first- place vote and so did Sugar Bowl-bound Wyoming, which finished sixth with 222 points. Rounding out the Top Ten are Oregon State, Alabama, Purdue and Penn State. Besides Indiana, Penn State is the only new member of the Top Ten. It was a last-chance situation for the Gator Bowl-bound Nittany Lions, who had not been ta : the Top Ten before at any Two SLC Men On All-American By HAROLD CLAASSEN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Stars from 22 different colleges, led by an outstanding center and a trio of repeaters from the 1966 team, were named to the 1967 Little College All-America football team today following.a national survey of coaches and newsmen. • The highly rated center 5s Victor Bender of Northeast Louisiana State, while two of the repeaters are halfbacks Carl Garrett of New Mexico Highlands and Don Hass of the powerful Montana State aggregation. TJespite his second straighl appearance on the star-studdec roster of small college heroes, the.6-foot, 215-pound runner for the : New Mexico Cowboys is drily ?. junior and has a chance next season to be named a third time. •-' * * ':}f he does, he will equal the record of Eddie Lebaron, then of the College of the Pacific and later a National Football League star, who was named in 1§47, 1948 and 1949. ; 'At the helm of the 1967 aggregation is Charles "Chuck" Mc- £ee of Lawrence, a leader as well as an athlete. He is the only athlete in the past 20 years for whom unsolicited recommendations from all coaches whose teams he opposed were received. McKee, among the national leaders in all phases of offense, is a high school buddy of Rocky Blier, the Notre Dame captain, in a 10-9-8-etc basis: 1. Southern Cal (36) 2. Tennessee (11) 3. Oklahoma 4. Indiana 5. Notre Dame (1) 6. Wyoming (1) 7. Oregon State 8. Alabama 9. Purdue 10. Penn State 474 436 311 245 243 222 154 152 150 98 Papooses Divide The basketball season openei last night for the Blytheville Junior High School team am the heated action resulted in a split for the Papooses when the eight-graders dropped their battle to Greene County Tech by 25-18 while the ninth and tenth grade representatives came away with a 27-15 victory. Six young men shared in the scoring in the first game loss, l Brewer getting six points, followed by Ricky Robertson with 4, Mike Brewer 3, Charles Porter 2, Reese Kogelschatz, 2 and Ronnie Bisher, one. * * * Coach Fred Mitchell said this morning he was pleased with the job everyone did, adding that "I thought they did a real good job on defense and on the rebounds." Mike Johnson led the scoring and the rebounding with 11 points and 11 grabs while Mike tfcCall took down eight rebounds while adding six points to the Scoreboard. Others who helped lead the way to a 17-5 halftime margin and ultimate victory were Ray Bunch with four points while John Beard, Charles Crigger and Steve Beavers each contributed two points apiece. The Papooses next play at home on Thursday night when Kennett travels to Blytheville for games beginning at 8:30. Hockey niiHiviiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiinniHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiinniiiiiiii National Hockey League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday's Results No games scheduled Today's Games No games scheduled Wednesday's Games Montreal at Toronto Detroit at New York Minnesota at Boston Philadelphia at Chicago Oakland at Pittsburgh Los Angeles at St. Louis CATCHING A FOOTBALL Is not always an easy process especially if your bands don't co-operate. Ohio State end Bill Anders (upper left) assumes a hatching position high off the ground, as the ball drops between his legs. Purdue halfback Leroy Keyes (83, upper right), the intended receiver, and Northwestern defender Dennis Coyne both allowed ball to slither through their fingers. Neil Smith of Boston University (26, bottom photo) leaped in vain attempt to catch pass. Harvard defender Bob Hoffman had no better luck. 'Palmer Method' Back In Vogue For Golfers By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - An Arnold Palmer Golf Academy, for boys 1M7 years old, will begin operation in Vail, Colo., next summer — possibly the first of a national string of such schools designed to teach the "Palmer Method." "If this one gets off the ground, I'd certainly like to see more of them go into operation," Palmer said Monday. "Possibly in upstate New York or New England, certainly in Florida, maybe in California or the Southwest. "The idea is to offer golf instruction to the beginners, the kids wim a 36 handicap, all 'the way to the scratch golfer," he said. "We want to leach golf rules, etiquette as well as the playing, of the game, the mechanical! side. "I've been surprised, playing class," he said, "but I can't say definitely what my schedule will be." 6-3 and 196 and is expected to go in the first round of the approaching pro draft. Eddie Joyner of Lenior Rhyne, up from last season's second team, and John Gloistein of Wagner's unbeaten Seahawks but came to Lawrence for its j are the tackles. Spergon Wynn premed course, in which he is a! of Lamar Tech and Leland frplus student. | Hughes of Delta State are the His presence on the first team moved Bob "Holy" Toledo of San Francisco State to the second team and Gasy Sandbo of Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D., to the honorable mention. Toledo is the nation's leader in total offense among the smaller colleges while the physically small Sandbo — he's only 5-foot-9 and weights 175 at most — is the only player to have gained 1,000 yards or more in each of his three seasons in the rugged North Central Conference. •Completing the backfield is Lea White of Weber, whom some scouts have rated the best fullback in the country. He carries a bruising-hard 232 pounds on his 6-4 frame. * ¥ * The third repeater from the 1966 team is DeWayne Nix of Texas A&I, at end. Like Garrett, he has a year of eligibility stands 5-11 and weighs 180. ' The other end is Haven Moses «if San Diego State and one of the main reasons the Califor- niani have had two such out(landing seasons in a row. He is guards. The first and second line of defense averages just above 2J2 pounds a man. At the ends are William Hanna of Northern Arizona State and Jeff Queen of Morgan State. The defensive tackles are Claude Humphrey, Tennessee A&I, and Dave Williams of Fairmont, W.Va. Ray Pedersen of Northern Iowa University is the 218-pound middle guard with Robert Beers of Montana, Dave Ragusa of Rochester and Richard Jaeger of Gustavus Adolphus the line backers. Major Hazelton of Florida A&M and Steve Dockery of Ma. ryville, Tenn., are the defensive halfbacks with Robert Willbanks of Arlington-Texas the safety. NEW YORK (AP) — Quarterback Bobby Tiner of State College of Arkansas today was named to the honorable mention list of the Associated Press Little All-America football team. Tiner, the AIC'8 total offense record holder, was the only Arkansan honored. World Cup in Mexico, at professionals wfto don't really know the rules. We'll teach that. "On the playing of the game, we'll teach the Palmer Method, target golf.If a boy can hit an iron 180 yards, we want to teach him to hit it 170 yards and control it. It's the same thing I've Arnie Palmer talked about in books. Any professional will do it differently, will teach differently. Jack Nicklaus would teach it different from me in some phases of the game. In some phases we might be pretty close. But I want to teach complete golf." Palmer himself will do very little instructing at tiie layout now under construction 11 miles from Denver. "I'll try to do a clinic for each STOP in for your FREE official TEST form-Take the 1957 NATIONAL DRIVERS TEST Tuesday, December 5 WREC-TV Channel 13 9:00 P.M. BET YOUR FREE OFFICIAl TSST FORM FROM The Buchanan Agency 315 N. Broadway Phone PO 3-68G8 PrtMitttd ty /4^*K THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPANIES COURIER NEWS m Heisman Award Scrambling Back Leads Scramble PAGE EIGHT Tueeday, Moveinber 28, 1967 iniiilililiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwniiniiiiiinnniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiililinir BOWLING llllllEffiSlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHlllllilllllllllllllllllllllll 1 SHAMROCK LANES TEACHER'S LEAGUE STANDINGS Hi Los W-13 Hustlers 18Vi- 9Vi Shu-Ins 17-15 Hot Shots 16-16 Sparrows 15-17 Blessed Four 14-18 Misfits 7Vz-20!4 HIGH GAMES Bob Lipscomb 201 Cecil Brown 197 Sparrows 740 Hi-Los 731 HIGH SERIES Cecil Brown 542 Bob Lipscomb 521 Sparrows 2,092 Hi Los 2,011 By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Gary Beban, UCLA's scrambling quarterback, appeared to have the inside track today in a three-way battle with Southern alifornia's 0. J. Simpson and Purdue's Leroy Keyes for tha coveted Heisman Trophy. The winner of the trophy, awarded annually to the nation's outstanding collegiate football player, will be announced today. A study of statistics shows little to choose between Beban, [he nation's top signal caller, and Simpson and Keyes, two aowerful running backs, but it was expected the UCLA star would gain the award because he is the only senior in the trio. *• * •* fa a showdown between Bs- ban and Simpson two weeks ago, USC beat UCLA 21-20 and gained the host spot in the Rose Bowl. Beban passed for 301 yards and Simpson rushed for 177, including two touchdowns. USC moved into first place In The Associated Press poll sfter that game and UCLA slipped badly the following week,.losing to Syracuse. "But that game didn't change anything," said one selector. "We voted before it was played. I voted for Beban and so did a lot of others." Beban finished the season with a total offense figure of 1,586 yards on 301 plays. He accounted for 19 touchdowns passing and rushing and set 10 UCLA career offensive records. "It is inconceivable that' anyone could be of more value to a team than Beban is 'to ours," sys his coach, Tommy Prothro. "He can beat you every way." Simpson was a workhorse in the USC backfield and riddled enemy lines for 1,415 yards and II touchdowns in 266 carries. * * • * A junior transfer from the City College of San Francisco, 0. J., who is nicknamed Orange Juice after his favorite liquid refreshment, gained 150 yards or more in seven of USC's 10 games. Simpson, who runs 100 yards in 9.4 seconds and has been clocked in 4.5 for 40 yards, is a member of USC's record-breaking 440-yard relay team. Keyes scored 13 touchdowns for Purdue, rushing 149 times for 986 yarSs. He also completed five of 10 passes for 59 yards and three TDs, and caught 45 passes for 758 yards and six TDs. A rangy 6-foot-3, 199 pounds, he.wears contact lenses and ; is almost as strong defensively as- he is offensively. • • • .Keyes is the nation's pleading Gary Beban scorer with 19 TDs. Last.-year's Heisman winner was. quarterback Steve Spurrier of Florida, now with the professional San Francfsco49ers. Be extra nice to your i mailman... He'll be bringing you something special. First National Bank Blytheville MALCOLM R. JOHNSON YOUR KNAPP SHOE COUNSELOR 1104 Laurant Ave. — Caruthersville, Mo. Write or Call ED 3-1876 40 Samples Buell W. Carter, MFA Agent Phone PO 3-3361 607 N. 6th EVERYBODY WANT AUCTION ADS DEC. 7 . . 9 .A.M. . . RAIN or SHINE Consign Your Equipment Now! Highway 18 West Blytheville LOCATION BECK And McCORD, AUCTIONEERS P&J EQUIPMENT CO. WE BUY, TRADE AND SELL NEW AND USED FARM EQUIPMENT PHONE PO 3-0232 BLYTHEVILLC COURIER NEWS

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