The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1968 · Page 5
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Barp/i Ties Alfen Kentucky Gives Rupp A Big Win By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer Adotpj? Rip, the !engendar.y "Man in Th,e Br 9 w n .W 8°e§ after a r*c.ord-bre^Hin| Victory tonight, voicing unconcern over the record but the same old fierce desire to win. "To win, that's the name of the game," the 67-year-q{d B«BP said sffgr hjs njnfoanked Kerj : tucky Wildcats had topped {,quj; siana State }21r95 at Baton Rouge §gturday. Th,e victpry vfas (he 771st for Rupp' •=•. ail jn a $-year career at Re.ntuciiy — and tied him for No. 1 on the all-time list with Phog Allen, hjs former qq§eji at Kangas., AJ)en retired lg years ago. 1 . • . "Blesjj his bongs," AlJen. said in Lawrence, Kan. "I'm glad he's tied "it," •-'"•' . Rupp, who seeks the record- breaker fomght against Mississippi 8' Oxford, Miss., was much less enthusiastic. "The record? I rea||y hadn't thought niueh,'jsbouj it," he s "The'boys get the wins, not me." * Tjr 3 ?r™ —IB ----- -; nr; >• easily wit)) a balanced. a^ack. Mfjjte Ggsey fad 31 pqlnt? (or the Wildcats and Thad Jafacz 24. The victory left with a 5:3 Southeastern. Cgnferr ence record and a tie for fourth place. The Wildcats, Dining off a 13:13 season a year ago, — the. worst. under PHPP — 3 r S 8 U H- ping fo,r a ,21st Conference. tffle. un(fer the Jaron. They'v? shared two, others. The boys gave up §2 ppjnts t?, yO|,A now S°eS h»<* tP P.* LSU's Pete Maravicji. r ft« n* forma, for games With confer, tiqn's leading scorer, but won|«ncie ofiponents the rest of the ."'.,". '..!..,. 1 L.i._iLi v»o.i; W ay, while top-ranked Houston takes on Fairfield in Houston tonight before 'moving to New York for a date with' Marshall 'Jhursd.gy. ranked North Carolina its ipft straight triu over Georgia Tech al Charlotte, No. 6 'Tennessee helc ' 82-54 and UCLA, one-two jn the national rankings, won handily 'over the weekend, top,- tgnked Hpi}sta,n crushing Lamar "112-79 with Ellvin. tfayes . scpr-jng 3|1, pgjnts and grabbing l<j rebounds. jt was Houston's lijth straight victory.' " UCLA" completed its tworgame stand in Madison Spare Garden with an 84t77 triijrnpji over Boston College. Lew Alcjndqr led' the Bruins with 2$ pojnte — 22 jn tt]e first ]\9\f — and V r?- bpundg. yC^A whipped Holy offoie seventh whipped ture, . ¥-§5'at Oxford. and ranked Vanderbilt Sfate 90-6^ . Mexjco and St. Bonaven " 4 an^'C respectively , djd not play. Bpth are unbeaten "Utah, No. 10, was the only member pf the ranked ^roup to lose Saturday. The Redskins nqw 13-5, suffered their fpurth 5t'raight"l9ss, 79-T? to.Segt.tle. " Villanova stopped Sf. John's fl.Y. "62-57 ~ for* the wildcats victory, "whil !»!(!" °.!'8ipm '(S'WJ) '•:-•"• Army stretched its, spring to sev en straight with a 73-55'triumph (4*.) <hur!«r fTewp •* Monday, Jiiroaty », MM - Pifi \m» " already defeate Prophet Casper Also A Winner "90-g7"'in.the $jrcjen. Fri, ' over Pehn State. i in a Sunday game. nuquesne 80-79 Porkers Get Th0ir Letter FAYETTEyiLLE, Ark. (AP) —'The"University"qf Arkansas faculty committee on athletic? h^s. anBroved, 37 yarsj^y.football ietters'f'pr the 1967 season- Arr kansas Cqaph Frank .Brqyles antiounced t|ie nEjrries of the let-; ter winners Saturday. The letterryieri included 10 sen? iprs, 15 juniqrs snj |? fophp- , mores.' Eight of the seniors earned their third varsity l iter, including: Pftul Conner, IcTarendon; David Cooper, T arkana';"" Hartford Hamilton ,• Lpflpke; Steve H.pehn, Majden, : jo.;' 'Alvin Jones, B.enfpp; i-nest Ruple, Comvay; Tommy Tra.nfham, Little Rock, and Larry Watkjns, Harnburg, Those who earned tljeir sec- pqd latter were: Gary Adorns, ~'!gj)ff; Jjm Barnes, Pine BJuff; Joe Paul Daveg, Hefter Springs;.' David Dickey, Pates-: tine, Tex.; William Ketcher, North Little Rock; Don'McBU vogujj, ilarsliall,"Tex.; 'LpuJs Nalley, Little Rock;' Mike Sigman, West MeniphJ 5 ; Rpnny South, R^ssellvilje, and Bob •White; Fayetleville. TJie first, : year leUerrrjen include: pe'nnjs" Berner,' i,i(tle ' Russell Cody, Russeilville; Tq'rpmy Dew, Worth Littlp ftopk; tpiflfiiy pl'xon,"Plggbtt; Jerry possey, l^awfp,!!, Qkla.; John Eic'hler, .Stuttgarf;' Lynn Oarne'r, Fqrt Sniiffi; .Mttf He.n- dve.V MHskflgee, pkla..; Gl ? n Hockersmith, v Bentqn; W « t> P Hiibbei,' Little Rock.; ?a| MSY, fl^las, T ?S .; Jiffl puffins, Warren; Gordon Nflr-wofld, Pffle Bluff; "Guy Parker, Housiton, Tex.: Ms|x' Beagpck, St.nttggrt; Oliff Bowell, EM'dora; I'erry , Fflrt Smith, and Thomas, Fort Sjiqitft. By BOB MYEKS Associated press Snprts Writef PASADENA, Calif. (AP) - pilly "Casper is a world re- ppwnetj golfer, lie is also some: thing of a R|-oplie|. Last \ypek tjie (\ya-tinie U.S. open chs.(i)pjpn''wi)s''ssked whaf score he t!|ol)^l)i \VRl||!i win thp $100,000 Lfls'Apgeies ppen tournament. "I'll lake jffV sajd Casper. Jt turned $$ \o he the exact fig.m'e—3!if) Pas.fier |iad it Sun- pay.' Casper and the gojfing pp,- fnadS'liead fpf the next s,top op (he toijr, (he |122,0()0 $p,b Hope pesert Classic 'fhis'vveekena, of \vhich $}00,PPO is official PGA money. Till? was Casper's 13th ap- pears'ppg JO 'I'iS W"?!?! 11 ^! Los Angeles Bye'(if, 'a,nd No. 13 prflvpp] l^city. Cssper (ook a or^e : strpke Ipad ifitP flM^a.y'^ f' n 3' rounp! pyer Bi'ORk?ide park's 7,021-yard, par, 36-35-71 test ar|d when it was all over, he wqs three strokes in frpnt of that Schlee, George Archfr and Dave Marr' tied' at '280:' Dave "';| was "a]qh'e at 281; pay plp'yd and Lee Treyjnd < l|ie'2?2.bracket,'and , ; fj'porge Knuflspp, ( inspn and Miller Barber. Benefit Game Here Tonight % wp.r«,t , : Casper collected $2Q,QOq wit)i a aj-swgr-p fini?!» : Palniier was ?epqn^ with $12,Mf> an , d 35-33-68—277, and Al Geiberg- pr was tjiir^ player 'in a' three- way jgsj rpqiiS ikir-mjsh, ?7-35- Shr2JB, wprth. *7,5Q'I- .Cie.iberger. s g Joh.n Settee stafted flpt in clear M chjlly \yeatlier one stroke beiiind 6agr per, ?nd Palmer was four her it ., basketball game played all year in Blytnevjlle High School gymnasium. But the cause is fforfhy. Tonight, hegjtinjpg at 7 o'clock, the students 'of Biytheville High Schqql will "present a March of Dimes benefit prpgrgni. Peppers meet fa c(i«er- jn the qpenjng game with fhe Red I^azpfls ta.&ng on the senior football piayeri in the finale. Admission is 50 cents and pne dollar.' ............ COMMERCIAL IWFFIRS For Refit - Also Scrub And. Wa?es, at Eubanks Flooring Pit. PO 3:§092 Wilson, Keiser Win; Harrison, Dell Lost By Frank Elli« . Saturday night basketbalj ': tion'saw four Mississippi County teams engage in heated play. . When it w?s oyer, WILSON and REISER had won while HARRISON fflQH and DElt'S' boys had lost while the Dell girls' team, hap! WPP- WJLgQN's juniors led all the way tp whip Marion, 52-32, as .Terry IJupt sqpred 24 points and 23eiTy Stewart, 17, to give the Bullpups a record of 19-1. The BULLDOGS, walloped their guests, 7i-49, as they raced r!to a 19-4 first quarter lead and ; ;were never threatened. Coach Ralph Thompson's squad led at the half, 33-18, as ^they wsrmed up for tomorrow- Tnight's important clash at ;"ARMOREL. L. Joe Robertson .continued his :'high-scoring play as he dropped in 22 markers while receiving ; valued assistance from Fred •;,Parnell with 20.,. - Cleo Faulkper reached double : figures with 1} points as floor- man Mike Hayes added seven ; and Paul Hunt contributed six. ;: The win advanced Wilson's ^record to 15-3. : The Bulldogs also meet WEI- 'NEft on Friday night at Wilson. •.' REISER .journeyed to DELL •to face the Blue Devils in a ''boys-girls doubleheader. ' ; Coach Jerry Crow's Yellow- jackets outpointed their hosts .'by a 59-51 margin as two Jack- -ets and three Devils reached .double figures. ':' Harrison with 23 and Brown With 20 paced the winning Yel- ..lowjackets while Mike Jackson's ^21, Finis Thompson's 13, and Mickey Prewitt's 10 led Dell, Jv Other scoring for Reiser ^showed Montgomery with 8, ^Wilson, 4, Ashley, 3, and John"''son, one. ' :; Robert Johnson added seven ito the Blue Devil cause. • Coach Ronald Boggs' female ASU Is DO Whipped & OWBNSBORO, Ky. (AP) Kentucky Wesleyan, the na- Jtion'i third-ranked small college team, rolled over Arkan- •fas Stata 100-75 hers Saturday night as two Panther players "pumped la a total of 52 points. £ Dalits Thornton scored 28 •points for Wesleyan, while &eorge Tinsley accounted for [another 21. g High-scorers for ASU were [Mike Burk with 15 and Gary "Cran* with 14. ' S A«ate took a quick 7-4 lead, • t but the Panthers moved out 8-7 •and wen MW headsd. They 4344 at ths half. gained a sp}}t far tiig home forces with their 43-?? victory over the visiting gjrls of " ' . : Diane Armstrong's hot hand, accpunted fpr 28 pojnts;fpr Dejl while Rathy MiU« addgj} eight and Pafsy 'Minyard ge.ntrftuted seven. Davis with 18 and Bphannon with 11 led Ksjser. Hunt's eight and (Saither's two cpinpjetid tlje losers' scoring. * * * H4RRJSON traveled to, anna tp meet Strong" f}igl> and the Dragops dropped both the junior anil senior games, Marjanna took the prelim}' nary, 4947, despite 20 points by the Dragons' Dgniel Savaf £. Coach" Ira Young's senior squad dropped a thrjlJer, 62r61, "It was a very dissppojipting evening all around," Young saiti afterwards, ''but all jn all we pjayed good ball when you con. sider we played on Friday then had to travel so far on Satur< day." "I was pleased with the way the fellows came back from a 14 point deficit at the half and our pulling down 44 defensive rebounds." John Davis led the Prsgons with 14 points while Cubie Pixon added 15, Otha Riggons, H, and Frank Jefferson, 5. The loss was the first in conference play after five wins. Season record for Harrison is now 16-5. THE FABULOUS JOHNNY CASH HOMECOMING SHOW Dyess High School Sunday/ February 4th 3:00 P.M. ONE SHOW ONLY! 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