The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1967 · Page 11
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•lyftevflto (Art.) Courier Nwrs — 8ituM«y, Beewnbtr », IWf — Pigt Wi/son, Leachville Too Missco, Dyess, Shawnee Victors By Frai.i ~.U; Courier News Sporls Editur Semifinal action in the junior and senior division of the WILSON INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT was hot and heavy last night. MISSCO bested ARMOREL in junior action, 48-25 to advance to tonight's final round. Weathers with 13 and Griggs with 8 showed the way for the winners who raced to a 29-8 half-time lead. Scoring for Armorel was Blair with 10, and Robinson and Branch with 7 each. * * * Senior action in the night's battle saw DYESS outpoint MISSCO, 87-72, in what was a close ball game throughout the 32 minutes of action. Evenly distributed scoring gave Dyess the edge as six men hit in double figures. Jewell led with 17, followed by Carter, 16, Proffitt, 15, Matthews, 13, Carlock and Bledsoe, 10 each. Langston with 21 for Missco paced both squads. Farrell added 16 and Walling, 15 in the losing cause. * * * The second junior semi-final encounter was, according to Wilson's Coach Ralph Thomp- son, "close from start to finish." SHAWNEE'S Indians nosed Fred ' Parnell dropped in 20 markers while Cleo Faulkner ul the WILSON BULLPUPS, contribule/ , 14 to make Robert- 44-42, to hand the Pups their first loss of the season. Shawnee held a one-point margin when the teams retired to the dressing rooms at intermission, leading 15-14. The pace was maintained in the final two periods as Ralph 1 Warhurst for Shawnee and Hunt and Stewart for Wilson led the offensive attacks. Ralph finished with 14 points and Warhurst, 12 for the winners. Hunt and Stewart shared game honors with 16 apiece. * •*• * The evenings final clash pitted two high-scoring contingents in another senior engagment. WILSON eventually passed and shot its way to a 77-55 triumph over LUXORA. Coach Thompson's Bulldogs took a 21- point lead at the half, 47-26, and were never seriously threatened. In the third quarter, the Bulldogs ha-J stretched the margin to 31 points with a 65-34 bulge. Joe Robertson edged Luxora's Jack Gathen for game scoring honors, 25-24. Robertson goi strong support from two other Bulldogs, spelling the difference. son's job a bit easier. Thompson spoke highly, too, of Mike Hayes and Larry Stewart. "Mike played an outstanding floor game for ns," the coach said, "and Larry played a real good defensive game. They really gave us a tremendous lift." * * * Championship play will take place tonight following two consolation battles beginning - f 5:30. ARMOREL will square off with WILSON in the junior con- solatiin' in the evening's first encounter. MISSCO faces LUXORA in the senior consolation centest at at 6:45. SHAWNEE battles MISSCO for the junior championship in an 8 o'clock fracas to be followed at 9:15 by the senior championship clash between DYESS and host WILSON. LEACHVILLE High, propping for the second annual HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT next week-end at home, outpointed Valley Springs 57-52 in an inviiationa tournament at Harrison, Ark. Western Showdown Set For Milwaukee MILWAUKEE Wis. AP) ,-1 NFL championship in 1951,124-17 decision to the lowly Pitts The Los Angeles Rams, with'faced a Packer team that has j burgh Steelers last Sunday, momentum new shoes and; won four titles in the last seven . The Rams,.on the other hand healthy players to fill them, j years. But many of the.starters-have been under pressure for were favorites going into to-1 on this year's Green Bay squad; eight straight games and havi day's National Football League [are hobbled with injuries. The j won Must Game after Musi Western Conference playoff j Rams had no serious complaints game against the Green Bay in that department. Packers. The Packers lost to the Rams The Rams, who last won an,two weeks ago and dropped a JUDO VICTORS-These men and young men recently returned from Vanderbilt University in Nashville with an armload of trophies for their judo efforts. The junior BAFB Judo Team Takes Trophies judo team brought back to Blytheville Air Force Base seven trophies out of a possible fifteen. (USAF Photo by Boulanger) Blytheville's junior and adult judo teams rejoiced over their recent victories when they traveled to Vanderbilt University and participated in the Marine Core Shiai held in Nashville, Tenn. The junior judo team brought back to the base seven trophies from a possible 15. Instructor Bill Poole, says that this team could possibly be the best in Arkansas and with the trophies can readily prove his boast, Taking first place honors at the meet in Nashville were Billie Berends and Robert Mullins. Capturing second place trophies Game. Milwaukee weather was expected to be frigid for the game but the warm-weather Rams doubted that would be a factor i in the game's outcome. For one thing, as one Ram put ' it, "it's cold on both sides of the field. I£ my hands are cold, so are my opponent's. If our quarterback can't throw, neither can theirs." For another thing, the Rams | feel the Packers are no more accustomed to cold weather than the California club. "I don't believe the human body evir gets used to cold weather," said a Los Angeles player. "It merely endures it." And, for another thing—the Rams have new shoes. The club recently purchased 40 pairs of custom made ripple soled shoes that allow forward and lateral movement on frozen fields. The Rams tried out the new footwear for the first time Friday, and, said Ram Coach George Allen, "They worked fine. I think the shoes will be to our advantage." THE GOLDEN RULE, according to Vince Lombard!, is in full evidence in these recent NFL action photos. Green Bay's strategy of do unto others before they do unto you is portrayed, top, by Packer guard Jerry Kramer (64) as he whips a crunching block on a rushins Atlanta'Fal- con defender and by linebacker Lee Roy Caffey (60) as he attempts to use Minnesota Vikinff quarterback Joe Kapp M a eork*erew. Kapp managed to keep his head, kowevtr, and he and his mates went on to upsetjhe Pick. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiniiniiiniiiiiiiiii' Cage Pros 'W ,. ; iii;ii!mii!iiiiiiiiiii! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Friday's Results Baltimore 117, Chicago 11J Boston 120, Cincinnati 117 Seattle 120, New York 108 Los Ang. 133, Detroit 105 San Fran. 103, San Diego 97 Today's Games Detroit at San Diego Seattle vs. San Francisco at Oakland Sunday's Games San Francisco at Seattle, afternoon Monday's Games Seattle at Cincinnati Boston at New York Philadelphia at Baltimore Los Angeles at San Diego, afternoon ABA Friday's Results Anaheim 108, Denver 102 Today' 8 Games Kentucky at New Orleans Houston at New Jersey Minnesota at Indiana Oakland vs. Anaheim at Fullerton, Calif. Sunday's Games No games scheduled Monday's Games Pittsburgh at New Orleans Oakland at Kentucky, afternoon Thielemier To ASU JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) Marked Tree quarterback Greg Thielemier, an All-State selection, has signed a grant-in-aid with Arkansas State Universty, ASU Football Coach Benny Ellender announced Friday. Thielemier, a 6-foot-l, 173- pounder, threw for more than 1,400 yards during the 1967 season while leading Marked Tree to a 9-2 season. Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High'School LR Central 75, El Dorado 58 Blytheville 51, Little Rock Horace Mann 49. Searcy 60, Jacksonville 43 Rector 70, Marmaduke 57 Greene County Tech 58, Nettleton 50 Mulberry 50, St. Anne's 44 Leachville 37, Valley Springs 52 PlummervilU 32, Ozark 29 were Walter Harrison Jr., and Jay Tunstall. Wayne Frederick and Larry Rigsby brought back trophies for third place. Other members of the Judo team who travel for the tournament were Robert Johnson, Joe Rivera, Marcus Wallace, Mark Davis, Jim Shell, Dennis Huitt, Anthony Webb and TSgt. Walter Harrison Sr. Sergeant Harrison 97th Services Squadron, is the assistant judo instructor for the junior team on base. Poole conducts classes for the boys who range in age from 10 to 17 on Tuesday and Thursday evenings beginning at 7. Poole also conducts classes for the women wishing to learn this sport. These classes are conducted at the Blytheville Y.M.C.A. on Tuesday and Thursday nights starting at 7. The junior judo team are jre- paring for their next toii ment which will be held Jan. 13 at the Memphis Y.M.C.A. Classes will resume, for both junior and adults early in January. Interested personnel wishing to join the association which do not charge for lessons, should contact Mr. Poole at LE 2-8786 or Sergeant Harrison at LE 2-5304. Hockey T^ifcf ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Results No games scheduled Montreal at Chicago Detroit at Toronto Boston at New York Philadelphia at Chicago Minnesota at Pittsburgh St. Louis at Los Angeles Sunday's Games No games scheduled Monday's Games Montreal at Chicag o Toronto at Detroit New York at Philadelphia Oakland at Boston Los Angeles at Pittsburgh St. Louis at Minnesota tBOWIM SHAMROCK LANES SPORTSMAN LEAGUE STANDINGS Castaways — Phillips Ford . Phillips Oilers Bus. Machines Team 5 Barney's Drugs Team 1 Ark-Mo Power .. HIGH GAMES W. T. Havard 254 4014 34 33 33 32 27 >/2 23 17 IS'/j 26 27 27 28 32 Vi 37 43 R. H. Fan- 231 Phillips Oilers 1,067 A Line About • HUNTING and FISHING I By WOODY s For the ouldoorsmcn, Christmas may be a lime when he receives that item he has wanted. It could be a new gun, hunting clothes, outboard motor, boat or fishing gear. Just thinking about an outboard motor, boat or fishing mind poor ole Dagwood who for years and years expected to see one wrapped up under his Christmas tree but for one .reason or another was always disappointed and went through this same ordeal on his birthday or other special occasions. For us who enjoy hunting and fishing, we could symphatize with Dagwood, even though it was a fictional situation, Beiside this, being a family man with many burdens, the poor ole fellow had to eat cold potato sandwiches for lunch. Aside from the traditional giving and receiving, wo know most of our other rewards in life will come from hard and earnest labor and we should nol expect to receive without giving something in return . Maybe this is not the proper time—considering there are so many major problems thoughout the world—to lie Ihinkng of our personal problems concerning the wildlife situation but we must lace the. fact there isn't a personal Santa Claus to provide the much needed hunting, fishing and recreation areas. Vic are going to have to work, plead, beg and demand—and rightfully so—a better solution to our problems. A MERRY WILDLIFE • CHRISTMAS TO ALL! Blytheville Grad Gets Navy Post Cant. J. 0. (Bo) Coppedge, a. In August of 1954, Coppedge native of the Blytheville area,] returned to the Academy for a has been appointed director of j three-year tour as a member of athletics at the U. S. Naval the physical education staff. Team 1 1,061 Irner. Academy effective next sum- HIGH SERIES HIGH SERIES Bert Williams 631 R. H. Farr 597 Bus. Machines 3.054 Phillips Oilers 2,992 llllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIII' Fights The announcement came from He was Plebe football coach from 1054-56, leading the Plcbcs to a record of 15 victories me cumuLiiii*i;iiit.iii t-"iiiv. num . . , Rear Adm. Draper L. Knuff- against only four losses and a tie. As a wrestler, Coppedge wan a member of two Eastern NCAA championship squads. His two- year record as a heavyweight was 6-1. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MADRID, Spain—Jose Lcgra, 110, Spain, stopped Yves Des- man, superintendent of the academy. Coppedge will succeed Capt. Alan R. Cameron who is completing a normal three-year tour of duty at Annapolis. A graduate of the class of 1047, Coppedge has spent most of his navy career in the submarine service. He is currently on duty in Norfolk, Va. Coppedge was an outstanding marets, 115, France, 3. Legra j' ackle on won vacant European feather-1 football teams in 1940-41, thei By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK (AP) — The Bos- Ion Bruins are expected to start Andre Gill, a 26-year-old goalie, against the New York Rangers in a National Hockey League the Blythville High game tonignt . NOW-A RETIREMENT PLAN FOR THE SELF-EMPLOYED Metropolitan announces » new retirement annuity plan specially designed for lelf-employed persons. This new plan offers a high degree of flexibility in setting up pension plani which will qualify for the income tax deductions permitted by the Keogh Ac!. For more informjtion about Metropolitan'! new Flexible Purchase Pension Contract,.'' CALL ONE OF THESE MEN TODAY! PHONE PO 2-2504 Bill Ltwis, Agency Mgr. Calvin Goodman Emmitt Wheat Miles Lewis Johnny Mick Metropolitan Life, i IMSUKANCf. COMPANXl weight title. SAO PAULO, Brazil - Eddie Perkins, 140, Chicago, and Joao Henrique, 140, Brazil, drew, 10. MILAN, Italy — Dante Cane, 222 Italy, stopped Boston Jacobs, 188, New York, 8. PORTLAND, Ore.—Andy Kendall, Portland, and Frankie Niblett, Monterey, Calif., drew, 10, lightheavyweights. TOKYO-Paul Fuji, 143, Japan, knocked out Sadao Takagi, 144, Japan, 2. squads which captured the then nAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Big 15 championship. |(AP) — Darel Dieringer, a He matriculated to Virginia I s [ ocy car driver, has signed to Military Institute, then to An-'drive a Plymouth Roarlrunner napolis on an appointment in f or y le Chrysler Corp. next June, 1943. He earned letters in football ncl wrestling as a midshipman. year. SYDNEY, Australia (AP) — A two-way tackle, he averaged'A record 18 yahts will lake 43 minutes in Navy's nine'part in this year's Sydney to games in 1945. The Midship-.Hobart Ocean Race, the high- men lost only to Army and tied'light of the Australian blue Notre Dame in nine games that water sailing season which season. [begins on Tuesday. On this joyous Holiday celebrating the birth of the Holy Child, we wish that you •may he filkd with peace and gladness, comforted with hope, and surrounded by your kcccl ones. GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE

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