Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 22, 1966 · Page 10
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 10

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Tuesday, November 22, 1966
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TO THf REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1966 DONT WAIT UNTIL IT SNOWS! BUY YOUR I- ARMSTRONG NOW TIRES NOW! Be Prepared! SPECIAL PRICES Are Now Being Offered SIZE 7.00x13 6.95x14 .:......„....... 825x14 or 8:15x15 1 SPECIAL F.E.T. .... $16.95 $1.91 .... $17.95 $1.90 .... $17.95 $1.92 ... $17.95 $2.11 .... $19.95 $2.20 .... $20.95 $2.36 ..... $22.50 $2.57 .... $23.50 $2.84 White Sld« Walls $3.00 Extra SPECIAL! SPECIAL! 750x14 ECONOMY PRICED NEW BLACK SNOW TIRES $1395 800x14 ECONOMY PRICED NEW BUCK SNOW TIRES $1495 F.E.T. $2.20 $2.36 F.E.T. EASY CREDIT TERMS AVAIUBIE RANMAR'S STANDARD TIRE Jefferson Counfy's Oldest And Most Reliable Tire Deoler Phone 242-6560 7 A.M. To 3 P.M. Sotairdoys 7 A.M. To 5:30 P.M. WoeMttyt 12th end Broodwoy Mt. Vernon WINTER STORE HOURS: Charley Finds Football Success Winner Lives Up To His Name BY DAVE BVROIN Newspaper Enterprtoe Assn. St. LOUIS — The problems of having a name like Charley Winner are not so bad when you 've got a father-in-law named Weeb Ewbank. Winner has somebody in the family who understands. For example, the names Charley Winner and Weeb Ewbank lend themselves to spoonerisms. People get flustered sometimes and out comes Warley Chinner and Yewb Weebank. "See," Charley said, "it happens to the best of them." President Hoobert Heever also had the problem. Then there's the size situatmn. Ewbank and Winner, head coaches of the New York Jets and the St. Louis Cardinals, are Moot-6 leaders who occasionally must chew out huge football players—eyeball to navel. "Really," said Winner, "it's only a problem If yoa let tt become a problem. Sometimes the press gets a Uttle carried away with my name, once In awhile my size. "But during the season I'm so buisy getting ready for the next Sunday I don't have time to worry about my ego. "If the players think it's funny, that's their business. I think I've got theh: respect as a football man. So when it comes time to get down to business, they know what to do." In the off season, the Ewbanks and the Winners get together often. "All we do te talk football," Winner said. "That's what we know best. "No, neither of us has mentioned the possibility of playing in the Super Bowl game. Wouldn't that be a kick though .. oops . now I'm getting ahead of myself. "U Weeb ever stressed any' thing, it was that « «NMU!h can get killed looidng ahead. Mental preparedness is so important in this game. Yoa Jost can't afford to let anytMng sldetradc yoa." Winner is obviously a man in love with his job. "He thinks of eveiything," said St. Louis halfback Bill Tripplett. When interviews with repprters end, Charley Winner even thanks them for stopping by. "I 've learned an awful lot from Weeb about this game," Charley said. "I have much to thank him for. It was a great break to work for him at Baltimore. No question that it helped get me where I am today." Now the Cardinals, who are in trouble because regular quarterback Charley Johnson is out with a leg injury, cling to a slim lead in the NFL's Eastern Division. They still must face Dallas and Cleveland in two of their last four games. Odds are that St Loots bas a tar better shot at getting taito the first Siqter Bowl game than does New York and Wtnner 'a fatlier- inlaw. As one reporter put it: "Charley, in your first season as a pro coach it looks as though your name has taken on a special significance. ..." PORTLAND, Ore.— Pete Gonzales, Portland, stopped Manuel Villanueva, Oakland, Calif, 1, featherweights. -X- -X- -X- ^X- -X- -X- _X_ -X- -X- j CHARLEY WINNER acts like one, whooping it up on the sidelines. The St. Louis Cardinals first-year coach has I his team leading the National Football League's Eastern Conference. 5 From Southeast League South Has 7 Teams In Bowl Classics I* By THE ASSOaATKJD PRESS The South, a reluctant bystander at last Saturday's Poll Bowl, has recouped, as expected, by grabbing the lion's share of college football's post-season prizes. Five teams fi'om the rugged Southeastem Conference and two powerful Dixie independents accepted bowl bids Monday as all but five berths in the eight major holiday attractions were filled. This weekend, two Southwest Conference schools are expected to join the field, giving the soutiiland at least nine of the 16 bowl spots. Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida and Tennessee — all of the SEC — and independents Georgia Tech and Miami nailed bowl assignments Monday while the Pacific 8 Conference pulled a mild surprise by selecting Southern California as the host team in the Rose Bowl. Purdue and Syracuse had been named to the Rose and Gator Bowls, respectively, over the weekend. The top game should be the Sugar Bowl confrontation between third - ranked Alabama and fourth-ranked Nebraska. If Alabama sidesteps an upset in its remaining two regular-season games and the Comhuskers don't stumble against Oklahoma in their Thanksgiving Day windup, the New Orleans classic wiU offer the only pairings of perfect-record teams. The game is a rematch of Alabama's 39-28 Orange Bowl triumph over Nebraska last New Year's night. Georgia Tech, only other unbeaten and untied major team, me^ts Florida in the Orange Bowl at Miami the night of Jan. 2 after Southern California, the Pacific 8 king, and Purdue, the Big Ten runner-up, tangle in the Big Surprise In Rose Bowl Sou Cal Celebrates— UCLA Fans In Protest LOS ANGELES (AP)-"Ti:oy Has Fallen—Bring on Purdue" proclaimed the banner at a University of California at Los Angeles rally. Then down it tumbled. For on Jan. 2, 1967, it will be Southern California—not UCLA — In the Rose Bowl against Purdue. The Pacific 8, meeting in San Francisco, selected USC Monday to make its 14th trip to nearby Pasadena. Its credentials? A 4-1 championship record In the Pacific 8, a 7-2 mark overall and 10th place on the AP poll. But the UCLA fans, pointing to their Bruins' 14-7 defeat of USC just last Saturday and their 9-1 overall record and sixth place AP rating, expressed outrage. Even at USC some partisans were surprised, even though their Trojans bested UCLA's M conference mark. Said one USC student: "I think everybody here was surprised." Celebrations erupted. At UCLA, meanwhile, different rallies erupted. Students protested with obscene signs, bonfiret and pranks that ended with more than 40 arrests. But UCLA Coach Tommy Prothro saldt "I have no kick coming. There was no way the conference could vote that would please everybody." Following its usual policy, the conference did not announce the margin in favor of USC. Trojan s Coach John McKay said, "I felt we'd get the vote. 'U admit I was in the minority of the people around ua." McKay explained that the conference usually sends its champion tkt Bowl, though its Gerry Lindgren WinsX-Country In Record Time By tm VAN VALKBNBURG LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Little Gerry Lindgren, Washington State's 20-year-old Olympian, won the 28th NCAA Cross Country , Championships in course record time Monday, then scoffed at the idea he might bum himself out at an early age, "Your mental attitude is everything," Lindgren said. "If you still enjoy the challenge, you can go on. I don't see how you can set a certain age for a physical peak." Lindgren 'a time of 29:01.4 on the hilly, six-mile Kansas course smashed the course record set by John Lawson of Kansas last year by a whopping 32.6 seconds. Tracy Smith of Oregon State was 125 yards back in 29 :U. Villanova won its first team championship with 79 points. Villanova, coached by Jumbo Jtei Elliott, won the IC4A crown at New York a week earlier. Kansas State was second with 155 points. Lindgren, ]u8t 120 pounds and 5-foot-6, missed two weeks of training with two ankle sprains and was beaten by Smith just a week earlier in the league meet. But he worked hard last week and had no ankle trouble. ulations call only for it to send ili "moat npraientativa team.** Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif. If Southern Methodist takes the Southwest Conference title by beating Texas Christian Saturday, the Mustangs will entertain Georgia in tlie Cotton Bowl at Dallas on Dec. 31. Tennessee takes on Syracuse in the Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla., the same day. Mississippi goes to the Bluebonnet Bowl at Houston on Dec. 17, where it probably will run into Arkansas of the SWC. Miami has filled half the bill at the Dec. 10 Liberty Bowl at Memphis. Beiths in the Sun Bowl at El Paso, Tex., Dec. 2'1, ai-e still wide open, with 12 schools in the running. Southern California's nomination as the West Coast's Rose Bowl representative raised a few eyebrows. UCLA, which beat the Trojans last Saturday but finished one-half game behind them in Pacific 8 play, had been expected to get the call. Ron Bess And Ken Kmiec Will Captain lllini CHAMPAIGN. Ill (AP)-Ron Bess of Bloomington, 111., an offensive halfback, and Ken Kmiec of Chicago, a defensive end were elected co-captains of the University of Illinois 1967 football team Monday. Both Bess and Kmiec are juniors. Ron Guentherof of Elmhurst. 111., an offensive guard, was named the lUini's most valuable player of the past season at the annual Rotai-y Club of Cham- paigr. dinner for the team Monday night. Kmiec and Bess succeed center Kai Anderson of Moline and defensive end Bo Batchelor of Peoria Heights as co-captains. Dave Tomasula, a junior linebacker fi-om Hammond, Ind., was named the first recipient of the Bruce Capel award for "being the most courageous ll­ lini player of 1966." Tomasula played the last five football games with his jaws wired together because of a fi'acture. Capel, the offensive center of LADY DEER S-LAYER Mrs. Gertie Rlchnrdson, of Wnltonville Route 2, poses beside 95-pound doe deer whicli she brought down with shotgun while hunting In Franklin county. "It wasn't my- first deer hunt, but It was my first deer," said Mrs. Richardson. CampanellalsGM San Francisco Tromps Hawks BALTIMORE (AP)-Thc Baltimore Colts Monday named former linebacker Joe Campa- nclla as general manager, replacing Don Kellett, who retired. Monday's Fights . LOS ANGELES-Joe Frazier, 205, Philadelphia, stepped Eddie Machen, 192, Berkeley, Calif., 10. Illinois 1963 Big Ten and Rose Bowl champions, was killed in action in Viet Nam last Spring. San Francisco's Rick Barryj held to one point in the first quarter, scored 15 in each of the next two periods and 11 iji the last for a total of 42 as San Francisco trounced St. Louis 131-117 at Nashville, Tenn., Monday night. It was the only National Basketball Association action. Bariy, the NBA scoring leader wiio entered the game with a 37.2 average, got plenty of help from Nate Tiiurmond and Al Attles. eacli scoring 26 points. ANSWERS TO TODAY'S QUIZ IN ADS BELOW A PHARMACIST'S 1— 1) DIPLOMA r- 1 That diploma is nnore than just a piece of paper . . . it signifies that the holder has completed years of study at an accredited pharmacy college, plus a period of practical work under a registered pharmacist, and is qualified to serve your needs! Complete Supply of Health Needs ANSWERS TO PART II l-c; 2-e; 3-b; 4-d; 5-a Professionally Dedicated To Your Good Health G ROY A. JONES R.P.H. 107 SO.TEMTH 5T. MT. 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Flanagan McLeansboro, Illinois Rowe's Self Ser\'lce Wallonville and Nason Rds. Hopkin's 5Iarket 217 Castleton Potter's Market Mariow Crossroad! Answers To Symbol Quiz l.f; 2.b; 3-g; 4-0; S-\; 6-d;7.e; S-i; 9-h; lO-a Boys and Girls are the greatest thing growing. The next greatest thing growing, handy passbook savings. ANSWERS TO PART III 1-c; 2-d; 3-0! 4-«; 5-b RETrREMENT SECURITY BUriDER Most men plan to provide financial security for their retirement yean. 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