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Blytheville (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, January M, 19M - Pagi E1«TM Wilson Rolls On Gosnell, Luxora, Armorel Leachville, Harrison Win By Frank Ellis Courier News Sports Editor Tournament time is fast approaching for most area basketball teams and last night there was action galore as teams continued to warm up for the important post-season play. GOSNELL entertained the SOUTH PEMISCOT HIGH SCHOOL Bulldogs and trimmed their guests 63-55. "It was without a doubt our finest game of the season," Coach Quitman SuHins said last night, no small statement from a man whose Pirates have registered 13 wins in 15 tries. "We beat a real good ball club, but it took a second, third and fourth effort from our -men to do it. I'm extremely proud of the way that gave the extra effort. "I'm proud too of the excellent free-throw shooting we continue to do, we hit for 90 percent of our foul shots tonight." The Bulldogs, on a win streak of their own coming into the contest, moved out to a first period lead, 16-12. Lanny Tyler, whom Sullins described as "the best outside shooter I've seen all year," led the attack as his one-handers found their mark. The Pirates fought back with 18 points in the next eight minutes to take the lead and hold a 30-26 halftime margin. Cliff Parrot and Eddie Williams contributed several points of their high-game totals. South Pemiscot narrowed the fourrpoint'gap in the third quarter. The Bulldogs netted 16 counters while Gosnell dropped in 13, the Pirates leading after three quarters, 43-42. A 20-point outburst in the final eight minutes sealed the win for the Pirates, the Bulldogs able to net only. 13 in the same • time stretch. Parrot led both teams with 29 points while. Tyler finished with 26'for the Bulldogs. Williams basketed 22 points to give Parrot strong support while Gary Ralph added 11 in support of Tyler. Other Gosnell scoring showed Mike Myers with 6, Steve Dorris, 4, and Chuck Gentry, 2. Joe .Allbritton contributed 10 to the Bulldogs cause and James Kifer dropped in eight to com' plete the scoring for Coach Jerry Sinko's men. Gosnell next meets Dyess on the road Tuesday evening while South Pemiscot will be idle. The Bulldogs junior varsity took its battle from the junior Pirates by a 39-14 count. • :• . ' * * * - LUXORA stayed at home, too, and gained a split in its games with REISER. The Reiser girls rolled to a 41-33 win over the Pantherettes as three Yellowjackets shared the scoring in the win. Hunt with 17, Davis with 16 and Bohannon with eight led the winners. For Luxora, Seaton and Chun had 12 each while McGarrity had 9. * . + * Luxora's varsity boys toppled the Yellowjackets, 54-43. "We led by about 10 points most of the game," Coach Ray Patterson said afterwards. "They did take an early 7-2 lead but we came back to go ahead, 14-13 at;the first quarter and 27-18 at the half. "I was pretty well pleased with the ball game, we tried to play a slow, deliberate type of game to get that win." Cliff Yarbrough and Tommy Gathen continued their high scoring play for the Panthers as their mates played steady ball throughout. Yarbrou<?h ear-e"" 1 '" "--'s to lead both teams while Gathen dropped in 16 important, mant- ers. . Vic Hannah followed with six points as Don George and Bobby Bynum each added four. Wilson Porter earned three points and Leslie Alsworth two to complete Luxora's scoring. Five men broke ino the scoring column for Coach Jerry Crow's Jackets. Harrison led with 12, followed closely by Montgomery's II). Wilson added 9, Brown, 8, Johnson, 4, and Ashley, 2. * * * GosnelPs Junior High squad captured a 35-25 win^ from BURDETTE in another preliminary at the Gosnell court. Kelly Jones with 8 and Ken Murray with 7 points paced Coach Joe Bratcher's team as they ran their record to 8-5. Hall with 12 and Nash with 8 paced Burdette. Other Gosnell scorers were Don Kennon, 6, Rodney King, 4, Mike Williams and Jim Tyler, 3, and Gary Davis and Jim Eubanks, 2 each. + * + ARMOREL hosted DELL in an intra-county rivalry and Coach John Bass' men won the varsity game while losing the Jayvees clash. Robert Walker, 6-4 Dell standout, scored 13 points to lead the way to a 41-25 win. . Steve Robinson netted 10 for the losing Armorel juniors. Armorel edged Dell in the varsity tilt, 70-69 in a game that was in doubt till the final buz. zer. Bass reported that the visitors led 41-31 at the half and his squad caught up only in the final period. "Dell led by one point with 10 seconds left, but Leon Lewis hit a jump shot to put Armorel ahead -by one. They got one more shot but it missed and Lewis grabbed the rebound and we held the ball for the final three or four seconds," Bass said. "Lewis (the winners' tall star) wound up with 37 points for us,'' Bass added, "and played a truly tremendous game." Walt Hopper aided Lewis with 14 points while Wendell Tilley threw in 10, Ronnie Thomas, 5, and Gary Hughes, 4, for the winners whose record now stands at 13-7. Bass had high praise for Dell's standout performer, Mike Jackson. "He got 29' points for them KING During the past summer the Game and Fish Commission raised' and sold 28,000 six- week-old quail at cost — 30 cents each — to sportsmen's groups. Each quail was banded with a metal tag stating: "Notify G&F Comm., L. R.," and a band number was also stamped. The Commission asks that hunter? killing banded birds to aid in the program by returning the bands. Straighten out the band, tape it to a sheet of paper or post card, and mail it to Burt McAfee or to "Quail Bands.", Game and Fish Building, Little Rock, Ark. 72201. Hunters are asked to include the date and place where the quail were taken, and include a complete return address. COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR Tim* fer'bch Diy, "T«lli Whin Fith lit* tin" FOR THE WEEK JANUARY 2» THRU FEBRUARY 4 SUN 28 O 11:2* AM . MON '12:23 PM' TUE 30 >0 1:14 m WED 31 >O ' 2:01< PM THU 2:4i PM FRI 2 >O 3:27 PM SAT 4:07 PM SUN __ »O. 4:41 PM All timi li oivtn in Ctntril Standard timi. Add one hour for th* Eastern time zone; subtract one hour for Rocky Mountain lima; two houri for Pacific time,' In localities using' daylight saving time, add on* hour •(» time found above, Copyright 1947 •lacktr th* Fiih — latter (hi Day for Flihlnf : tonight and in the two games we've played them, he's totaled 66 points. He played quite a ball game." Three other Blue Devils each hit for 12 points, Finis Thompson, Mickey Prewitt and Clinton Smith, while Robert Johnson added 4. - - * * . *. LEACHVILLE'S LIONS played at home against Newport and outpointed the visitors, 56-43. Coach John Widner explained this morning that "it was a very close game throughout the entire first half and we only led by two, 21-19, at the break. "We weren't making our shots n the half but we finally broke t open in a two-minute interval of the third quarter. "We got to play all of our men before it was over and I was pleased with the way the 'ellows who had been down with the flu looked." Widner was referring to Ronnie Keith and Joe Sharp. They contributed 15 and 10 points respectively last night. Preston Tate topped both teams in leading the Lions with 20 points. Treadway with 15 markers was the only Newporter in double figures. Rick Drury added four points to the Lion cause while Reggie Keith, Phil Warren and Barney Miller each got 2. Tommy Reed and Don Edgin each netted one to complete the scoring • in the Region 2A conference battle. Leachville's next game will be with the Blytheville Chickasaws at Blytheville on Tuesday evening. Leachville also handily won a freshman game over the Newport frosh. + * * HARRRISON HIGH was at home to Wynne Childress High and Coach Ira Young's varsity Dragons won, 49-45, in a hard-fought contest. i was very well pleased with our defense and I only hope it will continue the rest Of the season," Young said. "We were strong under the boards as we pulled down a total of 62 defensive rebounds against a . strong Wynne team. They've only lost five while winning 12." John Davis paced the Dragons with 21 counters while Johnny Riggons and Cubie Dixon each added 12 as Harrison took its 16th win against four losses. The junior Dragons lost, 44-37, despite playing what Young called "one of their better ball games." Daniel Savage's 17 and Henry Wickerson's 7 led the losers. Young also said that he wished to thank everyone who had a part in ranking the recent Texas Cowgirls basketball game both a sport and financial success. Tonight, the Dragons will be at Marianna for a conference battle. * 4 * WILSON entertained DYESS and took both ends of. a doubleheader. The Bullpups walloped their counterparts, 52-18, and advanced their record to 18-1 as Terry Hunt led the way with IT polntl Coach Ralph Thompson'! BULLDOGS came from a game- long deficit to eek out a 58-57 triumph. "They led us all the way up till the final moments," Thompson said, but we hung in then and came through at the finish. I'm real proud of the way our fellows did stick with them and came out ahead. Dyess had led at the half, 27-26 and after three quarters, 44-42. Joe Robertson topped Bulldog scoring with 20 points while Fred Parnell supported him with 14. Mike Hayes added 7, Paul Hunt and Cleo Faulkner each got 6, and Larry Stewart netted S as Wilson's record became 14-3. Jerry Carter with 21 and Jewell with 12 paced Dyess. Tonight, the Bulldogs will meet MARION in the Wilton gym in two game* beginning at 7 p.m. OSCEOLA traveled to Corning and dropped both the senior and junior varsity games. Coach George French's Semi- notes closed a wide gap in the cloisng minutes but fell four points short, 54-50. , "We were in foul trouble throughout the game and lost two men, but we were trailing by only two points when they got the ball and put in another field goal for the final margin," the coach said. Coach Richard Payton's junior squad hit for only 10 percent of their shots and were trimmed by their hosts who hit 40 percent from the field. THREE ON NONE—Stewart Jerome bys- up a shot for one of his four field goals as Ben Robinson (24) and Jimmy Moore (12) stand by after having helped set Stewart up with some clever ball-handling. TSie Chickasaws whipped the Wildcats for their seventh conference win. (Courier News Photo by Beasley). Elgin Baylor, the Lakers won their sixth straight National Basketball Association game Wednesday night, downing the Boston Celtics 118-112 in Boston. Trouble is, ttie St. Louis Hawks, leaders of the Western Division, also won Friday, beat- SHORTS (AP)' — South Africa's young WIMBERLEY, South Africa swimming sensation, Karen Muir, .has bettered world records: for 200 meters and 220 yards backstroke with a time of 2:24.1 Her time eclipsed htr own world mark of 2:27.4 for 220 yards and also .broke the 200 meter record of 2:24.4 held by Canada's Elaine Tanner. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Charles Hearn of Birmingham, Ala., was named offensive line coach Friday for the Trinity University football team. MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Richard Sterns of Chicago won the Bacardi cup sailing series Friday with an over-all total of 142 points. BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -The American Football League Buffalo Bills said today they would meet two National Football League teams—the Detroit Lions and the Cleveland Browns— in exhibition games this summer. BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Funeral services will be conducted here Monday for Edward D. Phillips, a catcher with nine major league baseball teams in the 1920s and 30s. Phillips, 66, died Friday at his home in Buffalo: Arkansas Scores John Brown U, 99, Little Rock u: 79 Arkansas College 71, Arkansas Tech 70 Southern State 72, Henderson 63, overtime . High School Springdale Invitational Springdale 51, HuntsvUle 39 Cedarville 53, Siloam Springs 46, .'. , : •• Semifinals Springdale 45, Mulberry 34 Van Buren 60, Cedarville 45 Blytheville 51, North Little Rock 45 Fort Smith Southside 55, Ten- arkana 49 Hot Springs 63, Fayetteville 50 Fort Smith Northside 57, El Dorado 33 Jonesbor.0 58, Pine Bluff 56 Leachville 56, Newport 43 'Bay 43, Monette 64 Weiner S3, Valley View SO Nettleton 74, Lonoke M Lakeside 59, Magnet Cove 49 Mayflower 64, Mount Vernon 47 Magnolia Columbia 74, Marshall, Tex., 66 Carlisle 61, Hazen 35 Jacksonville 51, LR McClellan 49 Blytheville Harrison 4* Wynne Chlidress 45 West Memphis 68, DeWitt 57 Camdtn Lincoln 51, Hope 40 Lr Central SO, LR Hall M LR Horace Mann 51, U Catholic 48 Starcy 68. Cabot 54 Conway 17, Sylvan Hilll 59 Mena 61, Nashville 49 Lavaca 78, Waldron 57 Alma 41, St. Anne's 47 • Hartford 59, Hackett 50 Magazine 90, Booneville 41 Dardanelle M, Charleston 56 Fountain Lake M, Jeiiievllle 48 Morning Star 54, Bismarck 42 Like Hamilton M, Mountain Pine #2 , Marlanna 19, Trumann IT . Elgin And Artful Art Lead Way To Triumphs The Los Angeles Lakers are eight straight points, climaxed on the move, but it's going to be I by Keyrnan's foul shooting, and a long trip. —~* -u«o,i i~ „*„.. Led by a hot second half from went ahead to stay, Connie Hawkins, 28' points, and Jim Washington, with 20, helped Heyman with Pittsburgh's attack. Mel Daniels topped Minnesota with 20. In other ABA games, Denver edged host New Orleans 104-97, Dallas blasted Houston 122-96 in Dallas and Kentucky nipped Aning New York 103-94,in St. Louis . aheim 96-93 on the West Coast. and stayed 10 full games ahead, Denver,- second by 1% games of the Lakers, in third place. In other NBA action, Philadel phia topped visiting Cincinnati 123-113 and Baltimore overcame San Francisco 125-110. Baylor scored 24 of his 35 points in the final half as the Lakers broke a 76-76 tie in the third period, outscoring the Celtics 9-2. Sam Jones led Boston; wiHi 27 points. ! Cazzie Russell, for whom the not hand is becoming a habit, scored 21 points in the final period—and 31 in the last halt- but it was not enough to beat the Hawks. Zelmo Beaty led St. Louis with 25 points. Hal Greer and Luke Jackson led a third-period surge for the 76ers. Greer finished with 36 points and Jackson had 21. Wilt Chamberlain had 22 points, 22 rebounds and 12 assists. Connie Dierking led the Royals with 33 points. Baltimore overcame * 13- point' halftime deficit as Earl Monroe dropped in 35 points on the West Coast. A 17-6 spurt at the start of the third period got the Bullets back in the ball game. * * * There's an art to winning, and in the case of the Pittsburgh, Pipers, the art has a capital A. Art Heyman capped Pittsburgh's winning spurt with four free throws, finishing with 31 points, as tthe Pipers beat Winesota 115-107 Friday night and moved into a first-place tie with the Huskies in the American Basketball Association's Eastern Division. A crowd of 12,223, largest ever to see * pro basketball game in Pittsburgh, watched the Huskies move ahead 98-93 with 5:30 left. But then the Pipers scored to New Orleans in .the Western Division, was led to its victory by Lonnie Wright, who came off the bench to score 11 points in the fourth quarter. ' Larry Jones hit for 34 points for Denver. , '. '. Dallas built a 30-point lead •and coasted to its victory. Charlie. Beasley paced the winners with 26 points. • • Kentucky withstood a couple of Anaheim spurts, which gave the Amigos brief leads, and clinched its victory on a pair of foul shots Darrel Carrier UlUllimilllilin Hockey IIBIIIfflHIIIIIIIItlSfflmitBUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllllllllllBIIIIIII National Hockey League BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Result! No games scheduled • '. Today'i Gamei Boston at Montreal Chicago at Toronto iNew York at'St. Louis' ' Philadelphia at Detroit, after- j noon Los Angeles at Pittsburgh Oakland''at Minnesota ... Audiy's Gamw Toronto at Chicago Oakland at New York Pittsburgh at Boston Detroit at Minnesota, afternoon , Loi Angeles at Philadelphia Monday's Gamei No gamei ichedulcd Art Heyman WANTED NOW Real Estate To Sell! HAVING CALLS DAILY FOR HOUSES MAY I SELL YOURS? RAYMOND ZACHRY 420 PARK Ph. PO 3-8815 with six seconds remaining. Randy Mahaffey led the Colonels with 28 points. Free Draft Set Today NEW YORK (AP) - Major; league baseball clubs dippe|$ into the talent hopper today in; the third winter free agent draff ... hoping to come up with tv few more Tom Seavers, Ken Holtzmans and Gary Nolans in the process. January college graduates made up the bulk of available talent in the regular phase of the draft at a midtown hotel. Some players drafted at previous sessions but still unsigned also were eligible for selection during the special phase. The Oakland Athletics and New York Mets picked 1-2 in the regular phase, having finished, last in the American and Na'-' tional leagues, respectively, in'" 1967, the A's in Kansas City. The Minnesota Twins had first choice, followed by the Sa.li". Francisco Giants, in the special 1 ' phase in which a draw determined order ot selection. Seavor, t'hc Mcts' poised right-hander who captured 1967 • Rookie of the Year honors in the r NL, and promising pitchers^ Holtzmah of the Chicago cubs and Nolan of the Cincinnati 1 . Reds are among a score of play-" ers now on major league rosters who were signed through pre- c vious free agent drafts. ::: COMMERCIAL BUFFERS For Rent - Also Scrub Brushes, Cleaners And Waxes, at Eubonks Flooring Ph. PO 3-6092 AUCTION We will sell at Public Auction All Types of Farm Equipment On: Thurs. February 1, 1968 TIME 9A.M. RAIN OR SHINE TIME 9 A. M Located: West of Blytheville, Ark; on Highway 18 * The Following Listing Consigned to Sale Now " 1—3 Bottom John Deere Breaking 2—Bob Trucks 1—A Gleaner Combine I—A 56 Gleaner Combine 1—55 B John Deere Combine 1—20 Case Combine (Junk) 1—92 Massey Harris Combine 1—Super 92 Massey Harris Combine 1—Moline Combine 3—Farmall "806" Tractors 2—Farmall "560" Tractors 3—Farmall "400" Tractors 2—Farmall SMTA Tractors 1—Farmall . "450" Tractor 10—Farmall "M" Tractors 1—John Deere "4010" Tractor 4—John Deere "730" Tractors 2—John Deere "630" Tractors 2—John Deere "630" Tractors 4—John Deere "730" Tractors 3—John Deere "60" Tractors 3—John Deere "70" Tractors 3—John Deere "G" Tractors 2—John Deere "A" Tractors 2—Massey -Ferguson "85" Tractors 1_AC "C" Traclor 1—800 Case Tractor 1—900 Case Traclor 1—AC "WD45" Tractor 1_"9N" Tractor Ford 1_"8N" Tractor Ford 1—"T030" Ferguson Tractor I_13i4' Mid-West Harrow (Now) 1—8 row Harrow Weeder (Practically New) 2—24' Cotton Trailers , 1—7' Massey Harris Chisel Plow (Like New) 2—7' Chattanooga Chisel Plows (Real Good) 1_1S' Ford Disc 1—John Deere Subsollcr 1—4 row Ferguson Tillevator 1—4 row Krause Disc 2—4 Wheel Trailers 2—John Deere Spring* Tooth Harrows 3—Sets of 5 row John Deere Middlcbuslcrs' 3—2 row John Deere Pull. Type Discs 1—2 row John Deere Pull Type Corn Picker 1—92 Massey Harris Combine (For parts only) . 1—Horse Trailer ' 1—Set of Pipper Hipping Ridgers I—Ford Scoop . . ; 1_Ford Blade • • Plow 5—Full Type International ..'-; Breaking- Plows 3—13' Kewanee Disc Harrows '•"•1—Spring- Tooth Ford Cultivators' 10—New Bumpers for Ford Tractors 300 Used Tires 1—Practically New 8 row Harrow Weeder on Wheels 5. 1—Lcith Mid-West Harrow (New Dentp.) 1—7' New Pick Up Chisel Plow '_' 1—N'ew Demonstrator Schafer Disc 1—John Deere Bear Mounted "•" Cultivator £, 1—2 Bottom Ford Breaking Plows) 1—New Ford Blade 1—4 row olm Deere Rotary Hoe 1—set of Bear Mount Caw Mld- dlcbustcrs ~. 1—Set of Hipping Ridgen Witt Guage Wheels (Bush Hog) 1—4 row Shoemaker Do All 1—4 row Rear Mount Case Cultivator 1—Buffalo Marker A 1—5 row Case Middlebuster 2—Sets of 4 row International Middlebusters '~ I— Service Tank tor Pick Up • Truck "• 2—IP Tanks for Tractors -,.1—Semi 4 row Case.Breaking : Plow . •= 3—Gleaner "A" Combines 1—IHC 2 row Cotton Picker ' * 2—IHC 1 row Cotton Pickers oir "M" & "SM" Tractors ^ 1—Oiling Bar 1^4 row Tillevator 3—Electric Wheel Grain Trailers 1—30' Elevator 2—Trailer Type 9" x 11" Chfdtf Plows • ' " 2—Pick Up 11' v 7' Chisel Plows' 5—Sets of 4 row Bottom Plows: John Deere - - .;' 5—Scls of 4 row Culticators John Deere 5—Sets of IHC 4 and 5 Bottom Plows 5—Scls of 4 row Clutlvators 4—Different Ma,kcs Wheel Type Disc ' ;' 3—John Deere Discs . :, 1—IHC Disc /; Consignments will be checked in to sale 6 days a weelj. Don't be late! ; We will have many Tractors and pieces of Equipment, not listed above as several Farmers are selling theft- Equipment and leaving this area. :x CONSIGN YOUR EQUIPMENT ,WITH US I FOR TOP PRICES \ Paul's Farm Equipment, Inc. PHONE PO 3-0232 PHONE PO 3-0232 BECK & MeCORD AUCTIONEERS PHONE GR 1-9109, SIKESTON, MO. I For further information, c»H Col. Lcnjie Beck, GR.l-UBO; Col. Jw McCord, GR 1-0707; Col. Bob McCord, GR 1-J376; Col.Joe Beck, GR 1-4532; CASHIERS •*-' WALTER and VIRGINIA BECK. 'i SPURLIN BECK, Jr., SALES MGR. PHONE OR 1-4041 CLERK — EARNEST CARPENTER ; Watch KFVS-TV Breakfast Show, 7:30 IM. every morning f*r BECK * McCord FARM SALES that day; »lio Ilitcn to your local Radio Station from 6:30 to 8 'a.m..If you have any Real Properly to Buy or For Sale, For Quick and Best Results, CONTACT Hi! TKACTOR LOADER FURNISHED FREE g In compliance with State and Federal regulations, flckert arijl Combines moved from this area will have to B* steam «MunM or fumigated. • • .,.'.....

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