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LZACHYILLE NO. 1 /N THE STATE; BHS NO. 2 I • I One-Two Punch: Lions and Chicks Lost without His Towel ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) gives Ml towel, there's plenty |m«* Frank Judge with SOpho1 plus Mississippi State and Brad- Bob King tugs, chokes and left over tot New Mexico play-, more Ron Santord, «-, and 6-2 ley, tied for 10th last _ week, even throws Ms little red towel, ers who handed defending' UH-UH — Manila Lions John Benson (left) and Sammy McGuire unsuccessful try to steal the ball from Leachvllle. Manila^ was runnerup to Leachville in the Northeast Arkansas Invitational at State College last week. (Courier News Photo by Dick Hefner) which never is absent a minute of a University of New Mexico basketball game. New Mexico has charged to an 11-1 season record and a No. 3 national ranking but the towel has not escaped the flings and Th» View from Hm ED HAYES Action at Big Lake SOME MISSISSIPPI COUNTY GENTS, UNEASY ABOUT hunting and fishing conditions at Big Lake, have made up their minds to do something positive about it. ' If you, too, have been uneasy about Big Lake adventures ind misadventure*, if you've done any grumbling about it, here's a chance to band with your compatriots for action. Paul Robbins of Manila said: "We're calling a meeting for anyone interested in better hunting and fishing conditions at Big Lake ... next Tuesday night at 7;30 In the Manila High School lunchroom." I reminded Paul that he was running into some stiff competition on that date since Jan, 17 it the night of the Blytheville-Leachville basketball rematch. "I know it," he said, "but it's the only night we can get the lunchroom. If we can get about 50 men to come out that night, we could get started and then contact all the others." . . ., . The Idea is te start some kind of sportsmen's club although we're not calling it that." Robbins has volunteered to serve as chairman of the roundup. It might be a good move (If you can't be there) to contact him and kick some Ideas around together. Better yet, be there, get in on the exciting groundwork and help overhaul Mississippi County's great outdoors. * * * Dragstrip Challenge LEON NEEDHAM, 19, ARMY-BOUND,- IS GETTING anxious. He's been cleaning up at George Ray's dragstrlp in Paragould but he still doesn't have the trophy he's gunning for. Will he sack it before trudging down the road to camp? I believe readers of the Courier News are familiar with the situation. * * * Leon's smiling daddy dropped into the Courier News Office yesterday morning to serve as spokesman for the young- man. Staled the elder Needham: "Leon would like to know what happened to the challenger . . . the local guy with the Chewy-powered dragster who was going to beat him two full itcondi." The challenger Is Jimmy Sellers who used the pages of the Courier News to bugle his claim. * * * "Leon has been on the starting line three times at the strip and he (the challenger) hasn't shown up yet." The elder N«edham speaking again. "Leon thinks the Chevvy just doesn't have what it takes to beat his Ford-powered dragster." Young Leon came out top eliminator with cash and trophy again Sunday afternoon at Paragould. But he still doesn't have the prize he wants most of all. And any moment now he expects the call to the military life. Stay tuned. * * * No Game for Chickasaws IF YOU'RE WONDERING WHY THE BLYTHEVILLE High Chickasaws only have one game this week, It's the way Dwlght Williams wanted It. You see, this is test week. And I'm not talking about the basketball test here with Jonesboro Friday night. Classroom tests is what I mean. Dwlght's basketball schedule next week is toui*h enough. Leachvllle here Tuesday ... and a road game Friday night Li'l Rock Central. Tough enough. 40 Hundreds at Keane Services HOUSTON (AP) - Hundreds of mourners paid last reipects Monday to Johnny Keane, manager of the 1964 world champion St. Loull Cardinals and, later, of th« faltering New York Yan- keat. A milsive and unexpected heart attack killed Ktint la hi* Houston home Friday night. Ht wai U. At tht fin! of three memorial service* Monday, the Rev. James Wilson of St. Thomas High School Mid of KeaM, "His life was gentle and tSie elements so mixed in him that nature might stand up and say to al the world, 'this was a man.'" Keane worked 30 years in the Cardinal chain, quitting after the 1964 World Series and replacing Yogi Birra a* manager of the Yinkeei. High School Tonight Dell at Keiser Gosnell at Armorel Mlssco at Luxora Marked Tree at Wilson Nettleton at Trumann RESULTS Arkansas A'/sM Tourney At Monticello Championship Whitehall 74, Desha Central Consolation Monticello 53, Fordyce 46 Lonoke County Tourney At Lonoke Carlisle 63, England 42 iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiimfliiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiuiiiiiiii Cage Pros iiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiniiii National Basketball Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSS Monday's Results No games scheduled Today's Games East-Wast Ail-Star Game at San Francisco Wednesday's Games Cincinnati at Chicago San Francisco at Los Angeles tillllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiaiaiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiini Hockey National Hockey League Monday's Results No games scheduled Today's Games No games scheduled Wednesday's Games Toronto at Montreal Detroit at Chicago *y Leachville itrtn|thined It* Wt> today 6n the No. 1 position in The AiStolated Press Arkansas high ichbol basketball poll. Tht Class AA Lions received 12 first place votes and 129 points from * panel of U sport* writers and broadcasters. Once-beaten Class AAA powers, Blythevilie *nd North Little Bock, clung to the second and third positions, respectively. Blythevilie gdt one first place vote and 113 points and NOrth Little Rock received 102 points, Harrison was fourth with 80 points and Greenbrier fifth with 74. Whitehall led the second five, followed by Little Rock Central, Little Ruck Hall, Jonesboro and springdale. * * * There *re the top ten teams In the Associated Press Ar- poll, with first place votes In p»renthesis and total point* it right: 1. Leachville (12) 12 » 2. Blythevilie (1) 1" 3. North LR m 4. Harrison 80 5. GrWnbrier , 74 6. Whitehall 53 7. LR Central 42 8. LRHall 38 9. Jonesboro 18 10. springdale " * * * Others receiving votes, listed alphabetically: Brinkley, Cash, El Dorado, Fayettevllle, Fort Smith Northside, Green Forest, Hot springs, Little Rock Catholic, Manila, Palestine, Pine Bluff, Searcy, Trumann and Turrell. Lost Week's Top Preps: I Here's hdw last week's | | Top 10 prep basketball | | teams made out (won-lost f S records / parentheses): | Little Rook ) bent Ha^ad Hill 39- NEW MEXICO 'CLEANS UP 1 NCAA champ Texas Western its first loss, dumped Creighton, shelled Seattle and thwarted Colorado State University. • • • The Lobo mainstays have been 8-foot-9 strongman Mel pulls during the games. | Daniels, the team'* leading King forgot the towel le the scorer with » 22-pOlnt average dressing room at haiftime of the Denver game last week with New Mexico leading, 29-26. But equipment manager Joe Sisneros quickly recovered the towel and New Mexico ripped Denver 65-43. "I don't wash it unless 1 drag it through the mud," laid King, 1 leave it at home and let it rest when we don't play." * * * The towel will bet With King and the Lobos when they Start a road swing Friday in their Western Athletic Conference opener against Wyoming. flut with all the attention King and also leading rebounder; Ben Monroe, who Is * top de- fenteman, and Don Hoover, the floor commander who swiped the ball six times against Colorado. State. Add to that <•? rebounder Bill Morgan and «-3 ballhawk lopho- COURIER NEWS Tuesday. January 10, 1M7 ffillllilllllM Five Basketball Battles Booked in AIC Tonight By THft ASSOCIATED PRESS Arkansas seeks its second victory against one defeat in Southwest Conference basket- bal action tonight while five games are slated in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference race. The Razorbacks will battle Baylor at Waco as Duddy Waller's crew attempts to remain in the SWC's first division. In the AIC, Southern State and Arkansas State Teachers, tied for first place with 0-1 record), square off at Magnolia in the headline attraction. In other AIC action tonight Hendrix is at Harding, Arkansas Tech at Ozarks, Arkansas College at Ouachita and Arkan- EC A&M at Henderson. In college basketball Monday night Hendrix outlasted Christian Brothers Of Memphis 65-38. Bob McKeel sparked the Bison second half rally With 15 Of his 19 point* While Rick Turner poured in 20. Ed Martin led the losers with 21. * Mineral Area Junior College of Missouri beat Arkansas State unlor Ron Nelson in reserve. It may not be in the cards for Louisville to 6verhaul top- ranked UCLA in The Associated Press' weekly basketball poll, but Hie Cardinals seem to have a more immediate problem. The Southern Illinois Salutes, those small-college spoilers, are, the unbeaten Cardinal*' next opponents Wednesday night. The Salukis, No. l in the small- college poll, upset high-ranking major college Texas Western last month. Wednesday night's meeting, too, is on Southern I nols' court in Carbondale, III. UCLA continued runaway leaders in the latest major-col l«ge poll, collecting 35 first- place votes and 359 points In the balloting by a national panel of 36 sports writers and broadcast* ers. Louisville drew the other vote for the top position and 324 point*. * * * points were awarded on a ba sis of 10 for a first-place vote, 9 for second etc. The voting was based on games through last Saturday! New Mexico climbed one place to third while Houston also advanced a notch to fourth, UCLA lifted ita record to 9-( last week by beating Washing, ton State V6-67. Louisville whipped Tulsa and North Texas for a 13-0 mark. New Mexico Colleger Beebe"Branc"h,li-7S.""S ] beat Denver and^Seattle^while was the winners' 13th victory in tumbled from the rankings this week. The Bearcats lost to Tulsa. Bradley was beaten by Wichita, and Mississippi State dropped one to Florida. The Top Ten, with first-place votes in parentheses, and total points: 14 games. Warren Harshaw had 23 points and James Scifres 17 points and 14 rebounds for the ArkanSans. Paul Lusk led Mineral Area with 24. Arkansas AM&N got 32 points from Robert Allen as the Lions clipped Texas Southern 114-91 in a Southwest Athletic Conference game. It was AiM's second league victory without defeat and its 12th for the year against two losses. Andrew Stagers Scored points as Philander Smith beat Dillard 95-91. Houston downed Tennessee Tech and Lamar Tech. New Mexico has an 11-1 record and Houston is 13-1. Princeton's 91-1 victory Over North Carolina helped the M- gers move into the No. 7 spot and dropped the Tar Heels from third to fifth. Princeton was un ranked a week ago. Texas Western held sixth place. Kansas advanced from ninth to eighth, Providence slipped two places to nlmt and 26 Florida moved into the rankings in loth place. Cincinnati, No. 8 a week ago 1. UCLA (35) 2. Louisville (1) 3. New Mexico 4. Houston 5. North Carolina 6. Texas Western 7. Princeton 8. Kansas 9. Providence 10. Florida 359 "? cSbrter (M-l) Mat Sosebltfl S5-57. beat cralaftl 7J- S seat Yellviile 69-43. . 8. Jonesboro (7-6) lost to Lit- BUfg 80-41. bent St. Warles 85-4%, beat Fordvcc : 01-32. . 8. LlttU Rock Hall 8.41 beat Conwav . =4-3J. ,' Mt lo North Little Rock 58-4G. 9. Fort Smith Nortnside (S- 4) lost to Hot Sprlnss 12-<2. in Little Bock Central (0- seat Joncsboro 82-74, beat Fights TOKYO — Katsuyochi Takayama, Rudy 13, Japan, Outpointed Vilagonza, 117, Philip- 324 pines, 10. 227 WORCESTER, Mass.-Leroy 203 Roberts, 153, Norristown, Pa., 201 -stopped Dick French, 152, Prov- 164 115 101 46 idence, R.I., 8. 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