The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1967 · Page 7
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(Arf.J Brortor W«wi — Isturday, December 1,IMf- Pag* levM Only Two Sonny, John Are On Target WASHINGTON, D.C.-(NEA)-The football guy used to be • coach in the pros and still keeps to the scene in an official capacity. He got to talking about quarterbacks, the men of distinction. And who are the class guys in the National Football League. "We're only talking he said, "about two." One of them has to be John Unitas, the nonpareil leader ef the Baltimore Colts. John is 34 years old and has never looked better on a team that has gone through 11 straight games undefeated. But how about the other? It could be Bart Starr, winner of the Jim Thorpe Trophy a year ago, and still a force lor . the Green Bay Packers despite a siege of injuries in '67. Or Dr. Frank Ryan, a gutsy performer for Cleveland desoite numerous blimps. Maybe Roman Gabriel, stolid and solid as oak now that he has wedged in as the No. 1 man.on the Los .' Angeles Rams. Possibly Fran Tarkenton, who keeps the New York Giants scrambling in contention. Forget it. The other guy has to be Christian Adolph Jurgensen. Sonny, to you. "If you had to pick the best passer in football right now," said the former coach, "it's Jurgensen—no contest. Remember, he doesn't have the team to go with him, like John does. "The outstanding quality about Jurgensen is that he utilizes the talent the Redskins have as well as anybody I've ever seen. If he were with a team like Dallas, it's hard to tell what he'd do." Just to cue in, Jurgensen has already, in his 11-year career (the last four with Washington), passed for more than 400 yards in a game on four different occasions. Last season he set a new NFL record for completions and is clicking them pff again at a rate thjs fall which will break his own record. There is one |9W in applying statistics to Jurgensen. In his entire career, Jurgensen has been the starting quarterback only one year on a team which won more-games than it lost— and that was bask in 1951 with the Philadelphia Eagles, So you couldn't exactly call Mm a winner. "The same," continued our expect, "applied to-Y. A- Tittle When t)e was with the San Francisco 49ers for 10 years," .It was suggested there's also a parallel in (he limberness of Sonny's arm and Tittle's proclivity for passJngrY. A. threw more than any other quarterback in pro history, if you include his service in the old All-America conference. "Tittle,"' sneered the football guy, "was never in this ., guy.'s class. The thing about Jurgensen is that he can throw ; the bal)- between people. Surround your receiver''with a couple of guys, put a linebacker in the way, and Spnny'll still get the ba|l to him. "Give me ejther of them^-John or Sonny. They're the class of the league. Starr can think with them, but he can't pass with then; when it comes to 'delivering the bog bomb." Otto Graham was probed fpr affirmation of Jurgensen's talents. Even if he is Sonny's coach. Otto doesn't, blow smoke. When he took over the Redskjns lasf year, the first |tem on his agenda was a long talk with Sonny, who had a reputation as a bon vivant. ''I talked to him about image," said Otto. "Take a Coke Into a night club and people'll think you're drunk." Sonny hasn't taken any balloon tests the last two years. He.has made the grade with Graham. •"He isn't a classic faker," admitted Otto, "and he 1 ? not a goqd runner. But he knows football. He's a coach out there. And when it conies to throwing a (qqtbajj, I wouldn't trade Sonny for anybody, John Unites included. He's a.s good a passer as I've ever seen." Otto, of course, couldn't see himself In the mirror when he was passing the Browns to championships. HUNTING and FISHING Mrs. (Hunter of. Blytheville wiled one day last week, to (sheck on th? (ker regulations concerning Big Lake. After receiving the information sha got on the subject of fishing there. She said she didn't appreciate me criticizing their's pnd Tim William'* filhing SJWl •o much. She added she and her husband had done real well there this year and/was about the flnly place they fished. She laid even, though Sh* was "mad" about the critgiam, the tnjoyed the column very much end withed I would write Wished I would write more. That's the kindest words j'v« heard in many * moon. I had becun to suspect m« and th« proofreader wtit th» only ones reading the column. Mrt. Ounter, it'i not my intention to run Big Lake down just to have something to gripe about but maybe it's a case of an oldtlmer remembering how good a recreation area it use to be and not understanding why it wai al- moit dtitroyed (or wme other Interests.. It just teems thin area of the state doesn't have very good representation when it comes to improvements. It was born* out this pait week when it wan announced Lake Neark was apparently • dead isssue. On the other hand, Mr. Eli- JiA Wells wiled this week M te.ll about his, party killing, three deer and he wanted to knew Why I didn't gripe more about the "terrible fishing" situation in this part of the state. To tell the truth, half of th? columns indicated how bad the situation wa?. in my opinion and others, I was cpji- cerned people would begin to think I was a habitual griper with a negative complex. Your opinions are appreei, ated whether you agree or disr agree with the columns. W« should have more people expressing their opinons because the recreation areas belong to everyone and the only salvation seems to be for the public to demand mor« and better facilities. WASHINGTON RECEPTIONS BOWLING SHAMROCK LANES Wednesday Night Udiet STANDINGS Razorback 29-19 Seven-Up 26-22 Hood's Flying 25V4-22H Pepsi-Cola 25<A-22H Phillipe Ford 25-23 Coca-Cola 23-25 Meador Body 18-29 Farmer's Bank 13-35 HIGH GAMES Lounell Jones 3U Ann Webb 222 Seven-Up 1,081 HIGH SERIES Lounell Jones 591 Fran Gabrielsofl 505 Coca-Coll ..MM College Scores Friday's College Basketball Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS East Bowdom 86, Trinity, Conn., 82 Buffalo 87, Toronto 63 N.Y. Tech 74, Hawthorne 66 Prptt 97, Utjca 87 Ithaca 89, Colgate 87 Rutgers 100, Pittsburgh 74 Cheyney, Pa., State 97, Jersey City State 69 Montreal-Loyola 1QO, New Hampshire College 94 U. of New Brunswick 72, Thomas College, Me., 66 Vermont 67, Dartmouth 65 Princeton 82, Army 59 Spilth Duke 74, Virginia Tech Louisville 118, Georgetown, Ky., 86 Pavidson 91, Buckpell 70 Washington & Lee 86, Bridgewater, Va., 79 Lynchburg 58 ,St Andrews 52 The Citadel 73, Auburn 70 Tennessee 93, Richmond 45 Catholic U. 102, Gallaudet 54 Howard U. 81, D.C. Teachers 66 ' Arkansas College 84, Arkansas Tech 74 Florida 108, Jacksonville 73 Southeastern La., 85, Florida Tech 60 Southwestern, La., 62, North Texas State 61 Stephen F. Austin 89, Grambling 6 Midwest Michigan State 80, California State,Ful|erton 49 Xavier, Ohio, 8§, Villa Madonna 78 Oklahoma 91, Centenary 73 Iowa State 101, South. Dakota 54 Southera Illinois 70, Sam Houston State $4 Warren»burg State 71, Ottawa, Km,, «S Denver 85, Southern Nevada Colorado 17, Texas Tech 69 Minot State, N.D., 81, Northern Montana M North Dakota H, Lincoln, Mo., 69 Oniaha 95, 'Morningsiq'e 92 Temple 87, Crejghton 79 Illinois St.-Bloomington 110, WMtwater 85 Southwest Abilene Christian 75, Angela State 73 Baylor 90, Austin College 61 Texas 95, Mississippi 82 Prairie View 87, East Texas State 62 . New Mexico State 102, Texas- Arlington 86 Univ, of Corpus Christ! 72, Texas Lutheran 67 Phillips 66ers 92, West Texas State SO Hardin-Simmins 61, McMurry 59 Par West San Diego State 97, Redlands 59 Washington 9, Miairu, Fla., 54 Southern California 59, Idaho 50 Stanford 83, Portland 47 New Mexico 4, Oregon 8 San Pjego U. 65, Cal PoJy-Po, mona 50 Santa Clara 106, San Francisco State 54 Los Angeles-Loyala 90, Occidental 77' Tournaments Ohio Valley Conference First Round Tennesse.e Tech 71, MQiehead East Tennessee 64, Eastern Kentucky 50 Murray 77, Austin Peay 68 Western Kentucky 91, Middle Tennessee 76 Albany Univ. Invitational First Round Williams 96, Coast Quard 74 Albany 76, Rensjelaer Poly 64 iBOWUNO, 26 25 ... 22 ... 20% ..... 9 16Vi 18 20 22 23 26 27'/ 2 39 1214 17 18 '/z 21 22 26 29 30 SHAMROCK LANES SPORTSMAN LEAGUE STANDINGS Team 3 31 Phillips Ford 30 Phillips Oilers . Team 5 3us. Machines . Team 1 Jarney's Drugs Ark-Mo Power HIGH GAMES Johnny White 244 Frank Ellis ..'.. 216 Jus. Machines 1,065 Team 5 • : 1,062 HIGH SERIES Bert Williams 627 Johnny White 615 Bus.' Machines 2,985 Team 3 2,969 Wednesday Early Bird STANDING Pin Pals 3114 Koffee Klan 27 nconsistents 25Vz Cotton Bowlers 23 Road Runners 22 loGo Girls 18 ''ire Birds 15 Lucky Strikes •. 14 HIGH GAMES Juanice Etchieson 210 Madeline McSpadden 202 HIGH SERIES Madeline McSpadden 543 Juanice Etchieson 515 SPLITS June O'Keefe 5-10 Juanice Etehieson 7-6-10 HOUSEHOLD EXECUTIVES STANDINGS B. V.'s 31 Alley Kats 27 73's 27 Liberty Supmkt 27 Astro's 26 Hurst's 23 loliday Inn 21 'hundcrbirds 21 Blyth. Tractor 21 Tigers 16 HIGH GAMES Billie McFall Liberty Supmkt HIGH SERIES Joan Miklas 510 Liberty Supmkt 1,450 SHAMROCK LANES Tuesday Twilight STANDINGS Jack's Shoes 39!4 Decker Ins 30 Dreifus Jewelers ... 29 George Mtr. Co 26% Randall Co 251-i Plaza Drugs 2314 Hays Supmkt 18 First Nail, Bank ... 16 I HIGH GAMES Alyce Hickerson 233 Ann Lowe 211 Plaza Drugs 940 HIGH SERIES Alyce Hickerson 551 Ann Lowe 533 Plaza Drugs 2,667 SPLITS Betty Kreck 5-6-10 Memie Williams 4-5-7 Donna Pough 4-7-9, 2-M 17 21 21 21 22 25 27 27 27 32 12>/2 22 23 25H 201$ 28V4 34 36 ST. wnns (AP) - Orlando Cepeda of the world champion Cardinals and the National Leaiuss Moat Valuable PUyfr for 1967, Friday was named •winner of the J.G. Taylor Spink Award as the St. Louii Baseball Man of the Year, COBLI'S FISHIRMAN'S CAUNDAR Time fir i»h D>r. "Tslb Wta» 'Mi IN* IW FOR THE WfEK OECEMIER a THRU 10 SUN MON Till WED THU Kl SAT SUN 3 *O 2:00 PM 3:01 m 3:51 PM »Q X:49 PM 7 to 5:35 CM 8 *O 10 >o 7)36 All tl™ It s'vm In C*n»r«l Sundsrd «m«. Add on* hour for the futtm tlirw zantt subtract on* hour for Rocky Mountain tlm; twn hcun for Pacific 1lmt. In fealltlts-wlnB (hylfeht wving .tims, «dd *n« hour to time found above. Copyright 1967 Hacker thi Fish — Ittttr »h« Diy far Finhinf Trantham, Rupl Get Extra Work , Ark. (AP> —Arkansas defensive halfback Tommy Trantham and oftens- ve tackle Ernest Ruple have seen invited to participate in two post-season all-star football qqwl games each. Three other Razorbacks, middle guard David Cooper, defensive end Hartford Hamilton and quarterback Ronny South, have been invited to the Blue-Gray Same at Montgomery, Ala., Dec. 30 Trantham has been invited to [he North-South Shrine Game at Miami Dec. 25 and the Hula Bowl game at Honolulu Jan. 6. [tuple has an invitation to the Senior Bowl at Miami Jan. 6 and the East-West Shrine game at San Francisco Dec. 30. Armorel Dell, Missco / Wilson Win Court Cases By Frank Ellis Courier News Sports Editor Scholastic basketball action was hot and heavy last night as a number of area teams continued their busy schedules. ARMOREL scored its seventh win in nine starts as it beat Knobel High, 53-40. The winners led by eight to ten points throughout the contest and took a 25-17 lead to the dressing room at halftime. Walt Hopper dropped in 25 points to lead both teams, Leon is adding 13 and Wendell Tllley 9 for the winners. Doug Carpenter had 10 for Knobel The Armorel juniors also triumphed, whipping their guests, 44-30. Gary Blair led the way with 16 markers. * * * DELL visited SHAWNEE and the senior girls and boys both came home victors. The girls won tiieir third in a row as they outpointed their hosts, 37-25. Diane Armstrong with 21. Patsy Minyard 10, Kathy Miller 4 and Joan Wright 2 accounted for the scoring. Shawnee's scoring was distributed among Vest with 19, Patterson 4 and Terry 2. The boys shaded the Indians 39-31. Scoring for Coach William Wyatt's squad was done by six men. Jackson garnered 14, John- Hockey National Hockey League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Result! No games scheduled. 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Terry Hunt's 15, 3rlgance's 8 and Jerry Stewart's 6 led the way for the Bullpups. The Bulldogs won by 21 points, routing Earle 73-52. Joel Roberson led with 27 joints, as Cleo Faulkner, recently named to the All-District football squad, netted 21. Fred ond game saw Wilson win"by a 42-36 count. Stewart led both teams with 22. -' * * * COOTER traveled to Delta Higli and lost their sixth ga'ms against one win, losing a racehorse style game, 90-70. Leading scorer for Coach Gene Martin's Wildcats was Clark with 25 markers. Others who contributed were Little \1, Hale 11, Jernigan 10 and Flowers 7. Next games for Cooler w|U he in the So. Pemiscot Toufrta- mcnt next Wednesday. * * * MISSCO boys overcame REISER 75-62 at West Ridge and Parnell added 12 wiiile Larry; moved their season mark to, 4 Stewart, another All-District honoree, got 6. The Wilson juniors are presently involved in the Earle Invitational tournament and tonight will meet the winner of and 3. 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