The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1966 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 25, 1966
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WyUwvllle (Ark.) Courter Ntws - Tueriny, October 25, »66 - Pag* Eleven - SLICK BALI-HANDLING #?•" !f*£ sfsfTM Pro Football Notebook Super Bowl Bound for Rose Bowl By MIKE RATHET NEW YORK (AP) - The Super Bowl game, the first meeting between the champions of the National and American football leagues, almost certainly will be played in the Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif. That's the word in American League circles, where the reasoning like this: Despite the fact the National League is invesligaling three cities — New Orleans, La., Seattle, Wash., and Cincinnati — for its next expansion franchise, the betting is that the Louisiana city becomes NFL territory for the 1967 season. That would eliminate New Orleans, Pasadena's chief rival for the Super Bowl game, as a neutral site title game. for the NFL-AFL phins' assistant coaches was discussing the pass-catching abilities of two rookies, Bob Bruggers of Minnesota and Howard Twilley of Tulsa, and noted that his idea of a lifetime game would match the two. Said Pellegrini, by way of ex- Fancy Golf Cast HONOLULU (AP) - Three of the four members of the cast for this year's television World Series of Golf are among the players who will lee off Thursday in the second Hawaiian Open, a $57,000 tour tournament over 72 holes. The three are Billy Casper, two-time National Open champion, Al Geiberger, who took the PA title, and Gene Littler, the eventual winner of the $50,000 top prize on the TV show. Quote of the Week: Bob Pollc-1 Casper rates the favorite In grini, one of the Miami Dol-|lhis tournament. plaining: "The first one. to die would be the first one to miss." The Dolphins, by beating Houston 20-13 unday, became the first expansion club in either league to win two straight games this first season. . . Joe Namath, the New York Jets* quarterback, scored the first two touchdowns of his pro career against Oakland but also was nailed for a loss while passing for the first time this season... The guy who got Namath was Dan Birdwell, the Raiders' defensive tackle. . . The Kansas City Chiefs just missed twc records while amassing 614 the yardage record set by Oak yards and 56 points againsl Denver, falling 20 yards short o! land against the Broncos two years ago and three points shorl of the point record they Denver in 1963. . . Only a world of time can bring you the flavor of Kentucky's Finest Bourbon OLD CHARTER 7 years old tick-tock-tick-tock the Bourbon that didn't watch the clock. 11MIGHJ MUIIUWWHUKT In Ring Tonight (Maybe): Herb Can Rest Promoter Herb Welch has lined up a pair of perfect partners for professional wrestling patrons-at Legion Arena tonight. ''••-'" On one side of the ferice are Tojo Yamamoto and Professor Ho. On the other side: Rowdy Red Roberts and Treacherous Phillips. Red and Tretch have been on both sides of the fence in their long and interesting careers (Red's career is considerably longer). . Both have enjoyed their share of cheers but have heard plenty of jeers also. Tonight they figure to hear more cheers in their behalf as they face the Japanese villains. Something else that should not be overlooked: Tretch and Red could very well turn on each other, something they've done to previous partners. Anyway, it's down for 60 minutes or.less, best-of-three. "Another rough one," says the promoter and he speaks more from experience that from the gift of prophecy. * * * In the semifinal, it's Dwayne Peale vs. Jerry Dean, same rules, same time limit. This is the first action of the night and has an 8:30 starting time. . Tickets .are 75. cents for adults, 25 cents for children. Reserved ringside tickets are 35 cents extra and may be purchased inside the Arena starting at 6,: 30. . , Buddy.Chandler of Blytheville is referee! Buddy is a comparative newcomer to the profession but has been proving himself with each appearance. * * * ..'.'• Promoter Welch won his. match at the Auditorium in Memphis last night in two straight falls, decisjoning his former partner Al Costello. . . In a one-faller, fojo and the Professor defeated Matt Jewell and Sailor Tom Jones. In the main event, Sol Wein- groff and Karl Von. Brauner .topped Jackie and Roughouse Fargo in three falls, after losing the first.. But the Fargos, as promised, saw the color of Sol's blood. • Costello tried to use a boomerang on Herb before their, match started but Herb finished it, applying the abdominal stretch even before Costello could get his jacket off. Referee Bob Arnold disqualified Costello in the second fall. Herb gets to take it easy in Blytheville tonight. Unless someone in the ring or out of it gets carried away with the action. • ' ' ' . . . MEXICO CITY (AP) - Dean Beman has a new hand-made putter which he calls Black Hagic and which he hopes will lelp carry him and his U.S. teamma.tes to victory this weekend in the fifth Eisenhower Trophy world team golf matches. "I "made it •myself," the tw»- time American Amatuer champion from Bethesda, Md., said :oday. "I found this old had md I got a shaft which I welded nto the center of the blade. 1 We're Favored NEW YORK (AP) — The United States is favored in jumping competition at the Na tional Horse Show which opened at Madison Square Garden today. Hockey Holdout TORONTO (AP) - Forward Frank Mahovlich remained 'a 'he holdout Monday after further negotiations with the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League failed to produce a salary agreement. Pins Hope on Black Magic painted it black. It has really juiced up my game." * * * The 28-year-old insuranceex- ecutive has been the hottest commodity on the 7,125-yard Club de olf Mexico where four- man teams from 29 countries are tuning up for the 72-hole event, starting Thursday. Beman has had consecutive practice rounds of 67 and 70, putting him seven under par for two trips over the par 72 payout. 28-0 PUTS 'EM AT .500 B-Chicks Win PARAGOULD - Blytheville High's B football team advanced to a .500 season last night with a clean-cut 28-0 decision over the Paragould B-Bulldogs. It was Blytheville's second win over Paragould this year and puts Bill McFarland's B- Chicks at 4-4." . . . Charles • Hall and Richard Brewer, two promising young men, scored 14 points apiece. Hall took care of the first touchdowns and extra points, in the opening quarter and at the start of the second. Brewer also scored in the second quarter and agairijn the fourth. .Hall's first Score came on a crack up the middle and then .a cutback to the right for 75 yards. He ran 30 yards in the second quarter. Brewer - bust°d into the end zone from the 10 to give the B-Chicks a 21-0 halftime lead.; He broke: loose from the .25 in the last period. Paragould's only serious threat, a snappy march in the third quarter, was stopped at the Blytheville six. Twenty-four Blytheville boys dressed out for the occasion and all were called to duty by coaches McFarland and Jim Dixon. * * * Blytheville's next B team assignment ' is in Blytheville, Thursday night, Nov. 3, against the Pocahontas varsity. RELIABLE PERSON TO SERVICE LOCAL OUTLETS Such as Super Markets, Drug Storei, Hardware Stores. Rcs- tauranti, etc. COMPANY SOLICITED ACCOUNTS. QUALIFICATIONS: Few hour» weekly, ear, bank references for open account shipments. $800 to $3100 investment necessary lor 5 to.20 retail outlets. Air mail facts to Bel. fin Enterprises, 2626 Mockingbird, Dallas, Texas 75235.' FORJIGERS ONLY! NEW King Edward PANETELA SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL COLOR CLOSE-OUT $2.28 Gallon-63cQr. Also Some Outside Latex—Same Price "HOME OF UNITED PAINTS" Arkansas Paint and Glass 105 E. Main St. Blytheville SHORT SHORTS BATON ROUGE, La. (AP)—The FBI has made two more arrests in its probe of alleged attempts to bribe Louisiana State University football players! ' Joseph Lee Nolan; 26, and Samuel F. Comeaux, 25, both of Baton Rouge, were charged Monday by the FBI with trying to influence by bribery the outcome of six LSU games this season. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP)—Junior quarterback Sonny Litz has been sidelined-for'the rest of the Air Force football season. He's being disciplined for a cadet infraction, according to Air Academy officials. Litz was accused of being disrespectful to a senior cadet, of fleer, a spokesman said. He was the team's leading passer. • CLEVELAND (AP)—Del Rice, who served as a coach for the California Angels when Joe Adcdck was a player, has been named by Adcock as a coach for the Cleveland Indians. Addock, the new Indians manager, hired Rice Monday. Rice, 44, had been an Angel coach for five years .before he was released last month. •-•••• •• • . ; LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)—The University of Kansas world recordholder in the mile, 19-year-old Jim Ryun, said Monday he has a sore back that is making it tough for'him to run; • , FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas Razorbacki began preparations for a crucial Southwest Conference match with Texas A&M by working out for an hour and hearing scouting reports on the Aggies Monday. Arkansas and A&M, the SWC leader with a 3-0 record, are to meet Saturday night at College Station, Tex. 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