The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1967 · Page 11
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JIM BAKKEN ol the St. Louis Cards used his strong leg to gatawtty in the National Football league record book. Jim booted seven field goals on the second Sunday o! the season. He's been the big play in an often-sputtering Cards offense. First Poll Bruins Still Fairly By BEN OLAN Associated Press Sports Writer UCLA's reputation as an overpowering college basketball team was -tarnished somewhat in its first.game of the season, but the Bruins still managed to build a.strong lead in The Associated Press' weekly poll. The Bruins fell short of unanimous selection as 'the nation's No. 1 team, in the initial poll of the regular campaign. They received 31 first-place votes in the balloting by a national panel of 33 sports writers and broadcasters. Houston and Louisville, which placed second and third, respectively, each collected one vote for the No. 1 position. Kansas was fourth, followed Keeping If In Family Pays Off For Tigers "By ED SCHUYLER JR. i Junior guard Rich Travis' Associated Press Sports Writer I broke an Oklahoma City Field The family that sort of plays | House : record by scoring 52 together stays together. Press and Pete Maravich don't 'actually play together, but they are staying together in an ef.fort to achieve a common goal —winning basketball games for Louisiana State. . .. Father Press coaches the.Ti- gers; son Pete plays for them, and he plays in a big way. Pete scored 42 points Monday night as LSU ran its record to 20 with an 87-74 victory over Texas at.-Austin, ;Tex. The 6-foot-5 sophomore poured in, 48 in a 9781 triumph over Tampa Saturday night. Only two members of the Top Ten—Houston and Vanderbilt— saw action Monday night. 'Second-ranked Houston, -2-0, led Abilene Christian' by only two points, 36-34, at haffiime in Houston, then the Cougars ran wild for a 90-75 victory. 'Alt America Blvin Hayes scored 33 points and grabbed 21 rebounds for Houston. John Ray Godfrey led Abilene Christian with 29 points. No. 8 Vanderbilt, 2-0, got 28 points from junior Tom Hagan, eight of them on foul shots in the last two minutes, to beat Auburn 78-65 in a.Southeastern Conference game at Nashville. Tenn. Highly regarded Virginia Tech suffered its third defeat in as many starts, a 92-70 drubbing at Alabama. points in leading Oklahoma' City past North Texas 97-78. AdolpJi Rupp's Kentucky Wildcats scored- their' second victory as five players hit for double figures in a 99-76 Southeastern Coiiferenci victory j>ver at Lexington, Ky. ~" faracz was high for Kentucy with 23.' . . . , Two free throws by Dave Ilark with 58 seconds . left helped Georgia Tech -to a 7.7-74 College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Columbia 78, Lehigh 57 Duquesne 106, Amer. U. 64 New Hamp. 84, MIT 82 . St. Francis, Pa., 113, Waynesburg .84 SOUTH " Alabama 92, Va, Tech 70 . Kentucky 99, Florida 76 ' . . Vanderbilt 78, Auburn 65 The Citadel 74, Clemson 70 Maryland 84, Geo. Wash. 53 . Memphis St. 64, Rice 56 New Orleans Loyola 87, Spring Hill 70 . . Baylor S3, Centenary. 78 .. MIDWEST Ohio State 76, Fla. State .69 . Iowa 61, Southern Illinois. 49 Indiana 78, Missouri- 69 Bradley 102,. Sam Houston 63. Utah St. 87, Xayier, Ohio 85 DePaul 89, Cent. Missouri 72 Nebrasa 111, . Call. . St.-Fullerton 74 Michigan 104, Detroit.99 Ola. City U. 97, No. Texas 78 SOUTHWEST Houston 80, Abilene Chris. 75 Oklahoma 66, TCU 57 . Arizona St. 101, Pepperdine 83 . Ga. Tech 77, SMU 74 LSU 87, Texas 74 New Mex. St. 9, Ar. St. 2 Arizona 73, Weber tate 7 FAR WEST "Wyoming 94, Sacramunto St. 49 Seattle 84, U. Cal-Santa Barbara 74. U. of Pacific 7, Fresno St. 1 Santa Clara 92, Creighton 80 Brigham Young 72, Tex. Tech 58 Utah 95, Colorado 84 •Miami, Fla. 77, St. Mary's, Calif, 70 ...:..;-• Fall Kills Wismer NEW YORK CAP) - Funeral services for Harry Wismer, fa mous as- a football announcer and team owner, will be held Thursday in Port -Huron; Mich: Wismer, who died here at the age of 53 'Monday after suffering a fractured skull in a fall, was for many years the- radio voice of Notre Dame football and nelped form the American Foot ball League and was owner of the New York Titans. . minim 1 ..... u Cage Pros By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . . NBA.- -.- : Monday's Results No games scheduled Today's Games San Diego vs. Detroit at New York Baltimore at New York Los Angeles at Philadelphia Cincinnati vs. Chicago at Evansville, Ind. Seattle vs. San Francisco a; Oakland Wednesday's Games Los Angeles at Baltimore Philadelphia ' at Cincinnati. New York at Boston .Chicago at Detroit riumph over Southern Method- st at Dallas. Other action included: Iowa topped Southern Illinois 61-49, Ohio State beat Florida State 76-69, • Bradley trounced- Sam Houston 102-63, and' Texas at El Paso downed Pan-American 66-55 lor-home court victories. : Michigan outlasted Detroit 104-99, Drake whipped Minnesota 82-63, .Maryland mauled George Washington 84-53, and Qlahoma edged Texas. Chris- Han 66-57 for road triumphs. In the Far West, Seattle turned back California - Santa Barbara 84-74, San Francisco downed Stanford 66-60, Santa Clara whipped Creighton 92-80; Brigham Young topped Texas Tech 72-58, Utah thrashed Colorado 95-84 and Miami, Fla., beat Sti Mary's, Calif., 77-70. by North Carolina, 'Dayton, Purdue, Vanderbilt, Kentucky and Boston College. UCLA, a unanimous choice as the top team in the preseason poll, accumulated 327 points in ;he voting announced today. Houston had 259 and Louisville 250 on a basis of 10 points for a first-place vote, 9 for second, 8 for third, etc. Houston beat Sacramento Slate 110-79 and Louisville jounced Georgetown, Ky., 11886, in their openers.- Kansas, fifth in the preseason poll, advanced to fourth after routing Utah State, 84-55."N6rth Carolina, No. 4 in preseason estimates, downed' 'Virginia Tech, 89-76. ...-••• Pay ton whipped Northern Michigan 78-61, Vanderbilt opened by downing .Southern Methodist 88-84 in overtime and Kentucky toppled Michigan 9679. Boston College plays its first game of the season tonight against Dartmouth. Princeton and' Davidson,, eighth and 10th, respectively, In the preseason balloting, did not make the Top Ten in the first vote of the regular campaign. The two finished close behind the BC Eagles, who had 50 points. Princeton had 46 points and Davidson 42. ... The Tigers opened by edging Army 62-59 while Davicjson..won a pair, 91-70 over Bucknell and 80-73 over Virginia Military. Among the teams which made the latest rankings, only Purdue and Kentucky were not rated in the preseason balloting. The Top Ten,"with first-place votes in parentheses' and total jjlythwlllt (Ark.) Courier Ntws - Tumday. PM«rnb*r 'I, mt ~ Page Eleven Aggies Top ASU Five LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) -'" \ew Mexico State scored its second straight basketball win over a Southland Conference opponent Monday night, defeating . Arkansas Stale University 96-62. •The Aggies, who took the lead at the start, were never behind and, led by Paul Landis, hopped to a 49-28 margin at intermission. Landis hit for 18 points, ncluding eight field goals from outside in the first half. The Aggies, displaying a tenacious defense and a devas- ;ating full court press, limited; !he Indians to nine field goals.; in each half. Landis was high point man for : : the Aggies, while four team mates hit in double figures. Game honors, however, went to Arkansas State's Milton Sullivan, who scored 19 points. GARY BEBAN (left) received the NEA-NCAA Player of the Year trophy from Sports Editor Murray Olderman. The presentation was televised by ABC-TV. The 6-1, 190- pound quarterback guided UCLA to a 7-2-1 season and gained All-America recognition.... Top Gridders To Parade Talents For Shriners points on a 10-9-8-etc. basis: 1. UCLA (31) - 327 2. Houston (1) . ... 259 3. Louisville (1) 250 4. Kansas 192 5. North. Carolina 176 6. Dayton : 134 7. Purdue 63 8. Vanderbilt ,.. ... 57 9. Kentucky .. .: .53 10. Boston College . ..... : 50 SAN FRANCISCO (AP)Twenty-one schools will be represented by the 28 players on the West squad in the 43rd annual East-West football game Dec. 30 at Candlestick Park. The selections were announced Tuesday by Ted Balliet, potentate of Islam Temple, which sponsors'lhe annual Shrine char ; ity ..game. With Gary Beban, UCLA .All- America and Heisman Trophy winner at quarterback, the West will have three 'powerful runners in Lee White . of Weber" State College, Don Hass of Montana State, and Warren McVea Diego State, and Joe Koonlz,, make up a powerful front four. - • • ' The West squad will arrive in San Francisco State's record ;ouchdown receiver. At quarterback, Beban will of Air. Force, Dee Andros of have capable support in Danny under Coach Ben Martin rlolman of San Jose. Slate and Bob Lee, the powerful kicker from the University of the Pa-1 of -Houston. For receivers the West will have Phil Odle,. Brigham Voung end and flanker who ranked first nationally in the college season, Haven Moses of San ABA Monday's .Results Minnesota 99, Houston % Kentucky. 107, Denver 85 ' Today's Games Minnesota-'at Dallas Houston at New Orleans Denver at Pittsburgh New Jersey at Indiana Wednesday's Games Anaheim at'Houston ' ; Minnesota at New Orleans Indiana at Kentucky ' ; Hockey • iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiFiniiniiii By THE 'ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday's Results No games scheduled - . •Today's Games : No games scheduled Wednesday's Games Toronto at Minnesota Detroit at New Ark Pittsburgh at Chicago Philadelphia at Oakland ; St. Louis at Los- Arigeles' PROPOSALS The Manila. Gity -Housing Authority will receive proposals from developers to design, develop: and construct 60 units of low-rent housing for ultimate purchase by the Authority — 20 units will be for general occupancy and 30 units will'be for elderly persons. Developers should contact the Manila Authority to find out what parcels of land will be available and the date of their availability. Housing for General Occupancy shall be of Duplex style., Design shall, complement neighborhood construction arid not be. elaborate or extravagant. Housing for the elderly may be apartment walk-ups. ' ; It will be the responsibility of the developer to obtain the approval of the. Planning Commission of the City of Manila, and to have proper zoning on the site. The site shall be near schools, shopping facilities and have adequate utility service. The site shall be large enough to maintain a : density of not more than 8 families per acre and : have » reasonable amount of outdoor recreation and play area. Density doe« not apply to elderly. ' - Management, maintenance and community service' facilities shall be included on site, the site of such" facilities shall be computed as follows: " •'• Management Area t'a sq. ft- per unit . Maintenance Area 8 sq. ft. per unit .... Community Services .... 26 sq. ft. per unit Parking shall be provided on: a basis of one parking space for- each dwelling unit for general occupancy and one parking space for each two dwelling units for elderly. • - : - .. 3edroom distribution shall be as follows: ; General Occupancy 1 BR - 10% of total unit* 3 BR - 50% of total unita • - . 1 BR - 40% of total units Elderly • • •-: • ' i BR • 60% of total unit* : 2 BR • 40% of total units . •. Additional information may be obtained.at the etfice o! •the Authority at the Neighborhood Service Center,. 10» Baltimore, Manila, Arkansas, or P.O. Box 396, Manila. Arkansas 7244J. Proposals will be received at the above addww until December IS, 1967, at which^mu developer! will buelected by the Authority with the approval of the Housing Assistance Office of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. MANILA HOUSING AUTHORITY. By, O. M. 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