The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1967 · Page 7
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 10, 1967
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Blythevllle (Ark.) Courier News — Tuesday, January 18,1MT — Page Seven iBOIrYLINO, Billie Gciser grabbed 167-456 in Monday Morning Eye Openers League at Shamrock. Dorothy Spencer sliced off 443; Glenna Fitzgerald 174-442; Freddie Morris 168; and Nina McMinn 167. League-leading Team Six carded 613-1707. * * « Al Brauer banged 211-519 in 630 Mixed Doubles League at Strat-0-Lanes. Art Herwig scooped 200; and Duane Mailory 505. For the gals Rita Poulin pulled 164-463; Thelma Trimmer 431; and Donetta Gorrell 164. Fifth-place Blytheville Title Company collected 804; and last- place Nameless 2315. Johnny Leighton picked the 6-7; Jim Massey 5-7; and Rita and Shirley McAnulty 5-10s. Rene Massey manufactured a 107 triplicate. Jn 9 O'clock Mixed Doubles at Strat'O, Bob Innan fired 222594; R. D. Samels 202-508; Donna Seglem 196-485; and Martha Halden 188-503. New bowler Judy Childers wrapped up neat 165-419. Sixth-place WOS- CO swept 847; and ninth-place Big M Discount 2385. « « * Lloyd Snow powered 202-575 In Industrial League last night sit Shamrock: Mike Hartley ponded 221-571; George Bam' berg 215-580; Mac McSwam 548; Ed Gallagher 233-526;, Dudley Fuches 525; Jim Nowlin 523; Bob Case 208; and Bob Littrel 205. League-leading Sullivan Chevrolet bi'oUght in 1054-2909. MONDAY EYE OPENERS . , ............ TftfMtt No 3 ........... 1* 6:30 MIXED DOUBLES Te&tti Folir state Fai'm Insur BlVthevllle Tractdr RoDSftson'6 Dis BlytheVillE Title Chlckasaw routine One 42 40 35 33 31 14 27 24 32 . f 35 31 351, 3$ 4U ................ Mlnlt Mart ............ 34 LedBetter'* ............ jl W6SCO ................ 30 KBlfr-Bilt-UnifoKns .... W Boon* Cleaners ........ 2i\ Big M Discount ........ 26 QlCVt .................. 181 INDUSTRIAL Point Sulllvafl Qhevroiet .......... MT'' Katz Jewelers ............... 266 Coca - Cola ................. 233 JoBnson'B Esso .............. 220J {•epsi- cola .................. 132} Aefft Jeti .................... 1MV Ark-Mo OK GOSNELL — Ark-Mo Kilowai ters won their second basketbal win in the GHS gym last nighl running away from Blythevill Air Force Base 95-71. Jerry Hudglns racked 27 an Quitman Sullins 24 for Ark-Mo A.C. Williams sank 18; Joh Bass 13; Roy Hall 5; Jack Pre eythe and Sonny Holmes 4s For the servicemen: Cliff Wi liams 11; Warren Parham an Swish Meredith 14s; Murf Mur phy 12; and Lou Givins 12. Randy Buys New Shot ian-mountain more months SHOOT FIRE! — Blytheville Junior High's Tommy Tompkins, a good rebounder, can also shoot. . He netted six points last night while taking care of the rebounds against Greene County Tech. (Courier News Photo) Revenge is Easy Paps Smooth They played their best game of the basketball season last night. They planned it that way. Fred Mitchell's Blytheville Junior High Papooses, embarrassed by their two-point loss at Greene County Tech earlier this season, got their atonement in the senior gym last night with 36-21 win over Tech. It was a lot easier than anticipated. * * * We did about everything we wanted to," ''aid Fred Mitchell, Pap director. "We dominated the rebounds. It was a good defense, too, a good all-around performance." Dee Human triggered 21 Blytheville points. Tommy Tompkins tossed 6; Newell Jerome 4; a scrappy rally, Mike McCall led the charge with 15 points Stewart Baguley made 4; Mik Julian 3; Terry Payton and Ray Bunch 2s; and Brinky Hento; one. The Paps led 11-5 after i quarter and 16-7 at halftime Tech made its only move in th third quarter but it didn't last Tech's B team led the B-Pap 20-17 at halftime. Blytheville' next assignment is Thursda; night at Jonesboro MacArthur. Homer Smith and Jim Ge were officials. Dave Emery' Paps Blue Ribbon Band furnish ed the victory music. -ED HAYE San Diego Open SAN DISGO, Calif. (AP)-Th rich 1967 professional golf tour HUMILIATED WEST STARS GUN FOR REVENGE Red Is Back-arid Unworried COLLEGE STATION, Tex. AP)—The coach of Randy Maton, the world's best shotputter, aid Monday the Texas ,A&M ound into top form and should lenace the 70-foot mark again lis summer. Charley Thomas, Aggie track each, told the Associated Press an interview, landy will better will use a rtew typ> Of shot for indoor meets when he competes this weekend at the Lubbock Indoor Track Meet. * * MatsOn bought the shot in California after his defeat. "The new shot feels better and is more the size Of the outdoor shot," Thomas said. "This one is* filled with mercury and I feel like I is not as large as the one he needs several of practice to 70 feet, and ossibly hit 71 or 72 feet by this was beaten for the last weekend. Ore- ummer, Matson ,rst time on's Neal Steinhauer set an in- oor world record with a heave f 66 feet, 6% inches in toe All American Track and Field Games in San Francisco. The iest Matson of Pampa, Tex., lould do was 64 4Vz. Thomas disclosed that Matson COLLEGE Jim Ross 3; and Jeff Redden 2. | opens this week with some of The Paps pitched 8-of-12 at the free line, Tech 5-of-ll. * * * Jack Goodman's Blytheville B team won the opener 27-24 with Central, Armorel Victors TWO 1 games in YMCA grade school basketball were played at Junior High Gym last night, Central defeating Gosnell 42-4 and Armorel downing Lange 25-15. " The first game was no contest as Central racked up a 124 first quarter and used its bench for & major part of the game. In the second, it Was close the first half, Lange showing an 8-7 advantage at the midway, point, but Armorel had a hot third period, and salted it away, on a 12-1 effort. Lange came back in the fourth 6-5, but it was out of reach. * * * Next league games are Thursday at Armorel gym, Sudbury vs. Burdette in the first and Fairview vs. Armorel in the finals. Church Basketball- Steele Nazarene rallied for a 48-41 win over Trinity Baptist and First Presbyterian socked First Methodist 71-30 in YMCA Inter- Church League Saturday afternoon at the Y. Trinity had * fine first quarter and led Steele's entry 14-4 at the first rest stop, but the latter rebounded for a 14-0 second period, and was down by only two points at the half-way mark. Nazarene stayed elo«« during the third and half the fourth period, thenstag- Men's Loop Second half of the 7MCA men't bukettan tchedule U to itart Wednesday evening with two f«m«. 7iM-Hidwa Barter Stop w. Uwfley Auto Sclei; 1:10 - MMd'i CWMttl W. HUM. ed a hot scoring streak in the closing moments to pull awjy. In the second game, First Methodists played the winners on even terms for a quarter, but faded badly in the second, and were never In the game after intermission. For next Saturday, the Nazarene club drew a bye. Other games: Methodist vs. First Baptist at 2 p.m., and Trinity Baptist vs. First Presbyterian in the 3 o'clock game. Billie to Play WINCHESTER, Mass. (AP - Blllle Jean Moffit King o Long Beach, Calif., was entere( today for defense of her Nation al Women'i Indoor Tennl Championship Feb. 18-19 at th Winchester Indoor Tennis C«n dr. e strongest of golf's competi- irs scratching for paydirt in the iO.OOO San Diego Open. Seven of last year's top cash inners open play with 139 other op golfers Thursday in the first By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSS Harding 65, Christian Brothers 58 Arkansas AM&N Southern 91 Mineral Area Jr. College, Mo. 81, Arkansas State (Jr.) College Philander Smith 95, Dlllard 91 EAST Providence 74, Oglethorpe 57 Niagara 68, Villanova 65 ] NYU 81, Hofstra 61 Geneva ,76, St. Francis, Pa., 72, overtime SOUTH Florida 78, Mississippi 63 Vanderbilt 65, Tennessee 59 LSU 87, Georgia 85 Miss. St. 59, Auburn 55, ot Tulane 99, Stetson 76 West. Ky 63, East Tenn. 61 Va. Tech 82, Wake Forest 70 MIDWEST Xavier, Ohio, 61, Duquesne 57 DePaul 76, St. Bonavetlture 73 Oklahoma 99, Nebraska 87 Iowa St. 54, Okla. State 38 Indiana 83, Minnesota 68 South. 111. 55, Evansville 41 SOUTHWEST Hardin-SimmonS 87, Eastern New Mexico 75 North Tex. St. 80, Wichita State 68 FAR WEST UCLA 83, Washington 68 ' Wash. St. 76, South. Calif. 74 Brigham Young 99, Swedish Nationals 61 was using. The One he was using was real slippery and was like holding a big marble." Matson, who holds the shot record Of 70 feet 7 inches, has been bothered by the large size of indoor shots which have, a plastic covering so they will bounce on the boards. Thomas said he looks for Matson lo do much better in Dallas and Fort Worth indoor meets where the floor is dirt and Matson can use the regular 16-pound iron ball. Thomas said MalsOn is still bothered by a knee he injured while playing basketball last season. * * "He can feel a little pain, particularly when he sits down in a car," Thomas. Said. "It us- 114, Texas; ually doesn't bolter him while By JACK STEVENSON Associated Press Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Humiliated a year ago, the West All-Stars of the National Basketball Association aim for revenge tonight against an East team which may or may not have the services Of Wilt Chamberlain. The 7-foot l-lricli bulwark of the division leading Philadelphia 76ers was in San Francisco but suffering from an Achilles heel injury. His presence in the lineup for the Cow Palace game depends entirely on how he feels. If Wilt decides against suiting up, Walt Bellamy of the New York Knicks was expected to join the squad to help out Bill Russell at the center spot as the East seeks its 12th victory in the 17-game series. At Cincinnati in 1966, the East whipped a cold shooting West 137-94 with Chamberlain scoring 21 points. "It won't be One-sided this p is a heirs." Boston's urning to Is playing his second All-Star Game, went farther when he aid, "I think our starting line- little stronger than Red, re- the coaching ranks or just one night, wans't upset iy the uncertainty of having Chamberlain and declared, "I quit worrying when I retired." Auerbach, most successful :6ach in the NBA, gave up last season to being General manager of the Celtics. Fred Schaus of Los Angeles coaches the West. In addition to Chamberlain Or Russell, the starters for the East are Bailey Howell of Bos- time,' mond, promised Nate' Thur- the 6-11 San Francisco Warrior who'll go against Chamberlain or Russell or both. Nate's teammate, Rick Barry, [fist year's rookie sensation who he is throwing. "His form and technique are just not up to par. It's a longtime until July and August When most of the big meets will be held." Thomas said Matson threw the ball a "foot better than he as. ever thrown this early in e season" in San Francisco, ul was beaten because he was just not ready. Neal was." mnd of the four tient. day tourna- Defending his championship ill be Billy Casper—who was st season's top money winner, he title defense is on the 6,000- Ace Vaulrer Enters BOSTON (AP) — Mel Hein Jr., a consistent 16-foot performer for the Southern California Striders, was entered today in the pole vault of the 41st Knights of Columbus track meet Saturday night at the Boston Garden. Hein was the Boston ard Stardust Country Club A.A, meet winner two years ourse. I ago. SHORT SHORTS BUENA PARK, Calif. (AP) - Dean Refmam's $4,000 first prize in the Southern California Open Golf Tournament may be the fruit of a new year's resolution. "I vowed not to get mad at bad shots," said the Boca Raton, Fla,, golfer Sunday. "Last year I let bad shots upset rne and collected very few checks. It actually worked in this tournament. I hit a lot of bad Ones, but I didn't let them bother me." FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Frank Broyles of Arkansas says Georgia assistant football coach Cecil Ingram "was the best qualified of anyone I could find and had the be*st recommendations." Broyles made the remark after announcing that Ingram, a former Alabama star, had been hired to coach the Arkansas secondary. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The San Francisco Giants have announced the slgnings for the 1967 baseball season of Natoiiial League Al) Star first baseman Willie McCovey, catcher Tom Haller and utility infielder Jim Davenport. The signing of McCovey was announced Monday while the other two were disclosed today. The Giants now have four players under contract for 1987. Center fielder Willie Mays Is on the second year of a two- year contract. HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - Negro colleges, with enrollments from lower economic areas, allied today with the affluent Ivy League schools in a battle over the NCAA's controversial 1.6 academic rule. The intent of the minimum grade point average rule Is to make students out of athlete*. The rule requires an athlete to maintain at least a 1.8 average to be eligible for participation in NCAA events or to obtain athletic scholarship. The year-long controversy It expected to come to a head tt «h* itnil Milon of tbi NCAA (lit convention Wadntiday. Herb Wins MEMPHIS - Herb Welch won the nine-man battle royal at the Auditorium last night. In the world tag team cham pionshlp bout, challengers Lou Theszz and Jackie Fargo de feated Tojo Yamamoto and Pro fessor Ito but didn't win the crown because the third and deciding fall was On disqualification when Sol Weingroff interfered. In one-fallerS: Blue Inferno over Billy Sky; Weingroff over Ray Lopez; AI Green over Young Anaya; and Billy Wicks drew with Don Green. caching after concentrate on ton, Willis Reed of New York, Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati and Hal Greer of Philadelphia. * > * Opening for the West with Thurmond and Barry are Elgin Baylor and Jerry West of the last season divisional champion Los Angeles Lakers and Guy Rodgers of Chicago, who played with the Warriors a year ago. Rounding out the East squad are John Havlicek of Boston, Jerry Lucas of Cincinnati, Don Ohl of Baltimore and diet Walker of Philadelphia. Bill Bridges and Len Wilkens Of St. Louis, Dave DeBusschere Of Detroit, Darrell Imhoff of Los Angeles and Jerry Sloan of Chicago are with the West. Dell Imps Stick Keiser stuck Keiser with a 35-25 basketball loss here last night. Dell sped to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and was breezing 19'7 at the break. Robert Walker sacked a dozen points for the winners. Roosevelt Ellis netted 11; and Gerald Edwards 10. For Keiser: Swallows hit. 10 and Johnson 9. Dell now has a 14-1 record. * * * The Dell junior girls bowed to Keiser in the foul-filled Opener 25-15 after falling back 18-6 yVeor Is Candidate Army Calls Mike SWAMPSCOTT, Mass. — First baseman Mike Hegan of the New York Yankees has been at the halfway stop. Gaither's 15 and Senter's 8 sent Keiser to the triumph. Fdr Dell, Suzanne Todd tagged 7; Tonya Riggs 3; Janet Reed and Regena James 2s; and B6v Riggs one. Dell senior squads have a 7 o'clock twinbill tonight at Keiser. * * * ' .. Missco girls pulled off two wins last night at Turrell, the juniors gunning 42-22; and the seniors 37-32. HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)-Wear Schoonover, an Arkansas end from 1927-1929, was listed among five coaches and 18 former players as candidates for ordered to report for six months I admission next December active duty In the Army. Hegan, 24, Who makes his winter home in Swampscott, was called up with a National Guard unit based in StOughton. I the National Football Hall Fame. The Yankees said Monday that Among * the mended was * •*• coaches recom- the late Homer Norton of Centenary and Tex- Hegan will serve his tour FOrt Dix, N.J. atlas A&M and Charles 'Wilkinson of Oklahoma. (Bud) Don't let a too-small education put the squeeze on you, A too-small education can really cramp your style. Bo* you hi. Squeeze you into a too-small job... and keep you there permanently. Don't let it happen. Make sure you get an education that's big enough to fit you for life. It's really the sfliftrt thing to do. Because, to get any kind of a good job today, you need a good education, It'i the first thing most em- ployers ask for. It's your passport to a good job, with good pay and a comfortably large future. So if you're in school now... stay there! Learn all you can for as long as you can. If you're out of school, you can still get plenty of valuable tram- ing outside the classroom. For details, see the Youth Counselor at your State Employment Service, Or visit a Youth Opportunity Center. To get a good job, get a good education uhUitM •» pobBo mice BLYTHWILLl NEWS

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