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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 13, 1968
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(Art.) eburter iTews - Saturday, January 1», 1W8- Pig* ten* Kickoff Countdown Begins In Earnest For Super Bowl w* xTS^ f A TH'P HT EN 5 ! OUIld Ted ? wallck of Penn Sta(e - ch»s«n to the NBA AU-Amerlcan team this year, lining up agilnst Dave Robinson, an »U-pro linebacker for the Green Bay Packeri, in a mock icrimmage. Robinion was also an AU- American end at Penn State before graduating to to* *roY Po.1" Survives Rough Terrain To Take Lead By ROBERT MYERS Associated Press Sports Writer PEBBLE BEACH, Calif, (AP) — John Pott survived Spyglass Hill's brutal greens—as bumpy as any sand on Treasure Island —but another tough challenge bore down on him today in the Bing Crosby Golf Tournament- Billy Casper, "I .think I aged a coupie of years out there," a.smiling Poll said after turning in a 7i Friday for the midway lead of 141. "I'm hsppy about my score on this course." He should be. It tied the competitive record for the 2-year-pld layout. Spyglass Hill, named for the peak in Robert Louis Stevenson's novel, has played the toughest of the three courses Used .in the four-day Crosby clambake. And ttiree of Pott's closest rivals for the top spot^Bruce Devlin, Mike Fetchjqk and Frank . Wharton--got their chance to do 'a little aging to day. To make it worse, the Monterey Peninsula, where the weather was ideal the first two days, • got word rain was in the offing. Casper, who has won this tournament twice, had the eas iest assignment today, Cypress Point, wilich. has produced the best scores, Pott drew Pebble Beach. The whole show, televised nationally today and Sunday, winds up at Pebble with the 60 top professionals and the 40 leading pro-amateur teams. The 168 pros and their amateur partners must have played all three courses—each playing to 72 par —before the cut tonight. Pott and his amateur partner, " Virgil Sherrill of New York, held their team advantage in the Pro-Am Division with a two- day total of 124. They were two strokes better than Pro Ron Cerrudo and E. Harvie Ward, two-time national amateur champion who popped back into contending role for tha first time in several years. Should Pott's'lead hold up, .he would walk off with the $16,090 top pro money, plus the $2,700 that goes to the winning professional in the Pro-Am. Casper came on strong Friday after an opening Spyglass Hill round of 73 and pounded out a 69 I at Pebble Beach to stand one 1 stroke back of Pott at 142. Billy | won . the Southern. California j Open last weekend after a five 1 week rest and said he was play | ing well—"better than I : have been...." That could mean more trouble for Pott than the greens at Spy glass. Those greens claimed many victims the first two days, Even Pott wasn't hsppy, "You can't repeat what I think," he said.. If -Pott felt that .way, how about Jack Nicklaus, wiio went . to a 75 and 146 Friday on Spy- i glass, including two three-putt holes? Or first-day leader Lou Graham, who limped home with a 78, also for 146? Or Dave Hill, on Graham's' neck Thursday, Cage Pros By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA . Friday's Results Boston 148, Detroit 126 PWla'phia 133, Baltimore 1 St. Louis 111, San Diego 89 San Fran.127, New York 11 Today's Games San Diego at Cincinnati Baltimore at Chicago Philadelphia at Detroit Sunday's Game Chicago at St. Louis Monday's Games Seattle vs. New York 'at Bo: ton • San Francisco at Boston who collapsed to a 77 anl 146? Wharton had the best round of the tournament, 67 at Cypress Friday for 143. But he got Spyglass today. Devlin and Fetchick, both at 142 with Casper, were out there with him. Arnold Palmer made a charge with, a .70 Friday to put him. in the 146 group. His address today was Spyglass Hill. Shad Kill Is Reset ABA Friday's Results Kentucky 117, Anaheim 108 Dallas 107, Houston 99 Minnesota 120, Pittsburgh 103 Today's Games Oakland at New Jersey Pittsburgh at Indiana Sunday's Garnet Dallas at Anaheim Indiana at Houston, afternoon Oakland at Minnesota, after noon Monday's (James Indiana at New Orleans Houston at Kentucky Friday's Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK - Bobby Whar- them, 1574, Buffalo, N.Y., out- pointed Vincenye Paul Rondon 160&, Venezuela, .10. LITTLE ROCK (AP)-A shad [ill, which is expected to improve the fishing at Lake Catherine near Malvern, has been rescheduled for Jan. 20 by the tate Game and Fish Commis- ion. A spokesman for the commission said bad weather had forced the postponement. The kiJ! was originally scheduled for today. The spokesman said few game fish would be 'affected by the poison which would be spread over the lake. He said the shad were sensitive to the type of poison used and would begin to come to (he surface as soon as it was applied. By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - With a record gross of more than $3 million already assured, professional football's second annual Super Bowl has started its kickoff countdown. "I think we're ready to play," said Green Bay coach Vince Lombardi, whose National Football League champion Packers remain two touchdown favorites over American League champion Oakland. Raider coach John Rauch said his club is also set. "We feel we've covered all the situations that need to be covered," said Rauch. "We'll be ready for the game." Miami's Weather Bureau may not be. A forecast Friday night called for scattered .rainfall Sunday with skies clearing dropping to between 65 and 70. "Weather," said Lombardi, whose Packers won the NFL title in 13 below zero temperature at Green Bay, Wis., two weeks ago, "js in the mind." So js money and that's a major part of what the Super Bowl is all about. With a sellout of more than 75 000 assuref for the Orange Bowl and tickets scaled at $6, $8 am $12, the gate gross is expectei to be $796,822. Add to that the $8.5 million paid by the Colum bia Broadcasting System for network radio-television rights and the game income goes over the $3 million plateau. Winning js worth $15,000 per man, with losers taking home $7,500 apiece. At those prices, preparation has been intense for both clubs. son and Mercein coming out of the backfield. Daryl Lamonica will do Oakland's throwing to Billy Cannon, Fred Biletnikoff and Bill Miller, with Hcwritt running backs. COLLEGE SCORES By THE ASSOCIATED .PBESS East Providence 65, Brown 58 St. Anselm's 81, New Hampshire 79 ' : Penn 69, Harvard 5« MIT 78, Middlebury 66 Princeton 59, Dartmouth 39 Albany, N.Y,, State 103, Rochester Tech 86 Vermont 63, Maine 61 South Fla, St. 122, Miami, Flai 83 Bellarmine 89, Bethany, W,Va., 75 Greensboro College 69, Lynchburg 67, two overtimes Knoxville 115, Fisk 113 Midwest Cent. Mich. 91, W. nitaois 63 Noi.Dak. 84, Morningside 61 So. Dak. 76, N.o Dak. St 72 Far West UCLA 94, California 64 Hardin Sim'ns 66, Ida. St. 65 Brig. Young 72, Arizona 62 Idaho 84, Montana State 83 Utah 109, Arizona State 77 San Friii,- St. 64, Sonom St. I Santa Clar* 102, Pepperdine j So. Calif. 90, Stanford 84 Cal Aggies 82, Nevada 77 Sacramento St. 90, Chico St. an Diego St. 71, Fresno St. 60 las Angeles Loyola 85, U. an Francisco N West. Washington 88, Eastern Washington 81 East. New Me*. M, New Mexico Highlands 75 Ranch was to announce his starting lineup today. There js the chance that he'll make two changes,-botfi because of injuries. Defensive tackle Tom Keating is stji! nursing a gimpy right ankle injured in the title game against Houston, if he can't start, Carlton Oats will get the call. At strong safety, Rodger Bird has been troubled by a bad back and Warren Powers could, start-instead, .. Lombard! ended the only speculation-.about his starting lineup Friday, when he named Chuck Mercein and Connie Anderson as his running backs. That leaves Ben Wilson and Travis Williams for backup duty, but Lombardi made it clear that both will be used. Williams, of course, set an NFL record by returning four kickoffs for touchdowns this season. Would the Raiders risk kicking to the rookie flash from Arizona State? "I'm not saying we will am I'm not saying we won't," sai< Rauch. "If I told you," he smiled at a reporter, "you'c tell Lombard!." Lombardi might not realk care. The Green Bay coach plays down the chance of the Raiders pulling any surprises against the Packers and, con versely, is sure nothing he could do would stun Oakland. "You d» what you do best, he said. "If you try to pull new play, it's just as new to your players as it is to the othe team and there's a good chanc of it misfiring." Rauch agreed. "The door is always open f a gadget play like a reverse on offense or safety blitz on de fense," he said. "We always prepare for'the possibility of facing.the unexpected, and I'm sure Green Bay does too." So what it boils down to is a game of basics. Both clubs present balanced attacks, with Green Bay relying on the passing of Bart Starr to Carroll Dale, Boyd Dowler and Mary Fleming as well as Ander- WILLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Chris Amon of New Zealand, driving a 2.4 liter .g Ferrari, won the 75-mile Levin International Auto Race today, according to unofficial results. 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