The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1966 · Page 9
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December 20, 1966

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Blythevitle (Ark.) Courier Newt - Tutriay, Dtmmber », UN - Pift MM 7th Graders Lost Blytheville's seventh grade basketball team was defeated 36-32 here last night by Leachville. Leachville won the B game also, 31-9. ( Next action for Theo James' Blytheville boys is Jan 3 at Gosnell. Shaw nee OK Win for Goz; Slip by Paps Blytheville Junior High Pap- poses muffed a big halftime lead at Greene County Tech last night and surrendered 42-39. Gosnell High's Pirates walloped Lepanto 75-37; Shawnee was nipped by Marion 51-48; Manila was edged 60-58 by Hoxie; and in a pair of junior high games, Missco slapped Shawnee girls 56-34; and Missco beys triumphed 57-31. * * * The Blytheville juniors led 24-15 after two quarters but ran into serious foul trouble in the third quarter, sank only 25 per cent from the field and hit a mere ll-of-22 free throws. Tech eased to the front 31-30 at the start of the final quarter. Newell Jerome kept the Paps in the game in the first half. He had 22 points in all. Dee Human tossed 8; Tommy Tompkins 4; Jim Ross 3; and Billy Trotter 2. "Our rebounding broke down,' said Fred Mitchell, Blytheville coach. "We didn't do a good job »t all. In fact, we did a bad job." Blytheville's B team was whacked 38-29 in the prelim Terry McCall collected 10 Blytheville points. Mike Julian jammed 6; B. Henton and Ray Bunch 3s 2 each by Johnny Beard, Joe Ross and Dave Abbott and one from Terry Payton. The Paps are off now until Jan. 5. * * + Gary Luzader ripped 21 points for Gosnell. Richard Mullins turned 17; Cliff Parrott 11; the coaches at •ihe American Football League DEFENSE End- Split End- OTIS TAYLOR. £nd- YMAYS, K.C. Tight End- FKDABBANAS.K.C Flanker- LANC£ALWOeTH,S.D TOMSfSTAS, Buff.* Tackle- SON MIX., S.D. HOUSTON ANTWINE, Bos Middle Linebacker- HICKBUOmCONTI, BOS. Tackle JIM TYKEft. K.C. Guard- BILLY SHAW, Buff Guard- WAYKB HAWKINS, Corner &ack- GKff/SOU, Oak Center-: JIM OTTO, Oak. corner Back- BU7CH B*ltS>: Buff. Quarterback- LENDAWSON, K,C, Halfback- CLEM DANIELS, Oak. Safety- K£NNY GRAHAM, S.D. At Arena Tonight 'Scrooge' Is TAR HEELS BELT NYU NC v Could Beat UCLA' Dale Leweiling 10; Randy Frye | Bearcats squeezed past Colora- 6- Craig Pierce and Mike Little do 66-64 at Cincinnati. Meanwhile, North Carolina continued o punish visitors from the North, walloping Columbia 98-66 3s; and 2 apiece by Eddie Williams and Dennis Travis. Harold Pounders had 9 for Lepanto. Gosnell was out of trouble 39-14 at the half. Lepanto won the junior game 41-16. Ken Murray made 12 and Ray Hill 3 for the Baby Bucs. Tampa Tournament at Tampa, Fla. It was Cincinnati's sixth * * * • Jackie Warhurst poured 17 and Steve Ford 16 but it wasn't enough for Shawnee against Marion. Other Indian hitters were: Frank Ralph and Danny Welch 5 apiece; Rob Campbell 3 and Wally Hill 2. Shawnee is 3-7 now and is off until the holidays. Shawnee's senior girls won the opener 37-25 with Jackie Ralph etching 15; Betty Hill 12; Karolyn Vest 4; Myra Patterson 3; Jackie Jones 2 and Janice Vaughn one. * * * Manila made two free throws at the end and had a final crack at the bucket but missed in the thriller with Hoxie. Rich Pierce set up the final attempt on a steal. Mike Vance led Manila with 15 points; Mike Deaton was warm with 14; Peirce pitched 13; Preston Tate 10; and John Benson 6. Manila won the junior scuffle ,15-24 as Mike Tucker netted 13 points; Mike Hatcher 9; Craig Costner 5; Tom Fowler 4; Bruce Hornberger and Steve Smith 2s. Brinkley is due at Manila tonight. straight victory and the fourth I Dove pouring in 27 points and the Bearcats have won by two grabbing 16 rebounds in a virtual one-man show for the unbeaten Redmen. Vanderbilt, No. 10, ruined Florida's unbeaten record, whipping the Gators, 77-69 at Nashville, Tenn. Tom Hagan Late Layup JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) Kenneth Doake's layup with 47 seconds remaining gave Southeast Oklahoma a 75-74 basketball victory over Arkansas State j Monday night. points or less. Galloway grabbed rebound with two seconds left and sank the winning basket. It came after John Howard, who ed the winners with 24 points, missed a free throw. * * * Dean Smith, North Carolina's coach, hasn't had that close a shave yet. His Tar Heels rolled over Columbia much in the same manner as they had destroyed New York University last Saturday. "This team could beat Barry Is 38.7 NEW YORK (AP) - Rick Barry of San Francisco maintained a firm hold on the National Basketball Association scoring leadership last week with 1,200 points and a 38.7 average, according to statistics released today by the NBA. with an 83-67 triumph over The Citadel. Jeff Hogan led FSU with 25 points. Fourth-ranked Texas Western used a big rebound advantage to ease past Wichita 77-60 at El Paso. David Lattin's 18 points led the defending NCAA champion Miners, who pulled down 50 rebounds to only 30 for the Shockers. * * ¥ New Mexico, rated No. 6, got 26 points from Mel Daniels and 16 from Ben Monroe, who hit on eight of nine from the field, in n the opening round of the Ian 84-64 victory ever visiting Invitational Basketbal North Dakota. St. John's walloped ninth- ranked Kansas 68-44 with Sonny By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer His Cincinnati teammates call Ken Calloway Cab ... for obvious reasons. Opposing coaches call third- ranked North Carolina terrific, and the reasons are just as obvious. Calloway was the hero Monday night as the seventh-ranked scored 20 points and Bob Warren 18 for the Comodores, now 7-1. Florida is 4-1. Eigures as Northwestern outlasted Tulane 121-116 in a wild One at New Orleans. Ron Guziak. scored 22 points, leading Duquesne to a 79-72 victory over San Francisco State. Georgia Tech got 23 points from Pres Judy and downed Brown 93-75. UCLA," said NYU Coach Lou The Savages shot 59.1 per Rossini after absorbing the Tar I cent from the floor in stopping Heels' 95-58 licking. "They have' everything, speed, poise, ball control, defense, and shooting." Florida State is North Carolina's next test in the Tampa Tourney finals. The Seminoles gained the championship round i Arkansas State. the Indians, who hit 57.5 per cent of their floor shots. Joe Brown scored 18 points and Jim Christanelli 17 for Southeast while Milton Sullivan had 18 and John Dixon 17 for South Carolina routed Elon 102-78, Georgetown ended Rutgers 10-game winning streak. All 10 starters reached double 190-87, Illinois ripped Wisconsin 87-74 in the Big Ten, Wyoming downed Texas Tech 67-57 anc Providence nipped Santa Clara 84-82. Elsewhere, Mississippi State nipped Alabama 63-59, Misis- sippi defeated. Louiiana State 74-67 and San Diego State edged Tulsa 59-57. Billed Here If they were doing Dickens' Christmas Carol at Legion Arena tonight, they'd have the perfect actor for the Part of Scrooge in Sol Weingroff. Wrestling promoter 'Herb Welch refers to Weingroff as "I guess the most hated man in America," Herb 'continues: "Wein- groff would run a close race with Hitler in a popularity contest." Weingroff is booked to team up with Pancho Rivera and Tim Tyler in a six-man tag team match against Hockey Team on Strike SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — The Springfield Indians of the American Hockey League remained virtually on strike today n protest of what they call 'constant harassement" by owner Eddie Shore, a hard- nosed old pro. The entire 23-player squad walked out Monday after Shore rejected a meeting to discuss suspensions of .defensemen Dale Amadio for alleged "indifferent Play." ', Later, veteran center Brian Kilrea, a spokesman for the players, was suspended formally by Shore for the same reason. "Speaking for the team, we don't want trouble," Kilrea said. "We feel we should be given the chance to win games and perform as a unit without constant harassment from the management." * * * Shore suspended the Indians' top three defensemen in the wake of a 54 loss to Quebec Saturday night. The defeat was Springfield's fourth straight and left the team with a 4-13-2 record since they opened the season with five victories and a tie. The players say they'll remain away until an agreement over frequent suspensions can he reached. Shore said he was not worried about whether the team would return to practice in preparation for a game with Providence Friday. "It's up to them," Shore said. "I'll bring in enough players to man two more clubs if I need to in order to meet our scheduled requirements." * * * Shore said that he has "no gripes with many of the players, but I do have- some against players who are producing.only 65 to 70 per cent of their capacities." Shore, 63, who gained fame as one of the National Hockey League's hardest hitting de- fensemen, has owned the Indians since 1937, when he was in ttie twilight of his playing Chiefs Best on Offense, Bills Best at Defending Kentucky Fades from Poll By MURRAY CHASS | Associated Press Sports Writer Kentucky and Brigham Young, both two-time losers last week, tumbled from college basketball's Top Ten this week. UCLA, of course, remained in the No. 1 spot, polling all 35 first-place votes in the balloting announced today. Kentucky, which won 27 of 29 games last season in finishing second to Texas Western in the NCAA tournament, suffered an almot unheard of fate in dropping two games on its home floor. North Carolina heat the Wildcats 64-55 and Florida beat them 78-75. Brigham Young lost to Seattle 85-83 in overtime and to Oregon State 92-76. Texas Western, No. 2 last week, lost one game, 71-62 to New Mexico, and slid to fourth. New Mexico, in turn, lost to New Mexico State 62-61 in overtime and slipped from fifth to sixth. Louisville moved from third to second, North Carolina sixth ;o third, Michigan State eighth ,o fifth, Cincinnati 10th to seventh, Houston ninth to eighh and Kansas and Vanderbilt took vacated spots in the Top Ten or ninth and 10th, respectively. Kansas climbed into the select circle despite losing to Texas Western while Vanderbilt overcame a loss to Duke by winning its own invitational tournament. The No. 1 Bruins were idle last week but resumed play this week, playing at home against Colorado State U. Thursday and Notre Dame Friday. The Top Ten, with first-place votes in parentheses, and points on a 10-9 etc. basis: PANTHERS ALL-STARS — Luxora High's contributions to the 1966 District 3-B all-star football.team for 1966 are (from left) Mike Densmore, Bobby George, Ray George and Ronnie Hayes. Bobby also made the Class B all-state team as a halfback. They were coached this year by Bob Harris. (Courier News Photo) 1. UCLA (35) 2. Louisville 3. North Carolina 4. Texas Western 5. Michigan State 6. New Mexico 7. Cincinnati 8. Houston 9. Kansas 10. Vanderbilt 350 288 236 208 167 153 127 96 49 27 Ex-Pro Star Dead NEW YORK (AP) —. When the Kansas City Chiefs meet the Buffalo Bills in the American Football League championship game Jan. 1, the league's most jotent running forces will clash with the league's most potent antirunning forces. According to final AFL statistics released today, the Chiefs had the best rushing offense this season, gaining 162.4 yards a I;.2yl4ndrlne n?w game, while the Bills had the stingiest defense against rushing, allowing only 75.1 yards a game. The Chiefs were only fourth in pass offense but still managed to win the total offense title with average of 365.3 yards a game. The Bills were third in that category with 337.6 a game. Defensively, the Chiefs were second in total yardage, giving contest. The Raiders also gave up 282.8 yards a game, and the Bills were third at 293.5. Oakland was the.top team in that department, permitting 27J.3 contest. The Raiders also gave up the fewest yards in the air 151.3 a game. The New 'York Jets had the most potent pass offense, gain ing 247.4 yards a game tha way. In the individual races, Jim Nance of Boston was the to] rusher with a record i,45f yards. Kansas City's Len Daw son topped the passer with 15 f completion in 284 attempt foi 2,527 yards and 26 touchdown; and 'Lance Alworth of San Diegi won the pass receiving crown with 73 catches. Boston's Gino Cappelletti won the scoring championship foi the fifth .time in with 119 points. seven yean WASHINGTON. (AP) - Jame V. Camp, head football coach a George Washington University since 1961, resigned the pos Monday because of the possibil ity the school'may discontinu the sport. Treacherous Phillips, Billy Wicks and Bronco Kelly. It's listed for 90 minutes or les,s, best-of-three. The promoter, refering to Sol and his pals, commented: ''This might not be the meanest team we ever had over there but it sure is the craziest." * + * The 8:30 program Is to open with three, one-fall, 10-minute bouts: Treacherous vs. Tyler; Bronco vs. Rivera and Billy vs. Wein- groff. Admissions are 75 cents for adults, 25 cents for children. Ringside reserved tickets are to go on sale at 6:30. The referee is Woody Burnett. The whole package looks like Herb Welch's Christmas present to the area's mat fans. * * + On 'last night's charity card -in Memphis: Young Anaya defeated Rick Miller. ,. Cora Combs and Sarah Lee drew. Herb Welch and Jackie Fargo trimmed Tamaya Soto and Chin Lee in a one- fall-to-the-finish match, Herb putting an abdominal stretch on Soto. Treacherous Phillips beat .Corsica Joe when Joe pitched Tretch over the top rope. 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