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Btyhevflfo (Ark.) Courier Newt - Saturday, Februwy 19,1M7 M Page Seven Fame for Ferrell FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -William R, Ferrtll, »thl«tlc trainer at the University of Arkansas, was named Friday to the Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame. The Helmi AthlMic F6un- dation In Us Angeles, Calif., made the announcement, Protest KO'd NEW YORK (ArVttie National Basketball Association denied Philadelphia'* prtrteit that the Boston Celtic's used six men against the 76er$ for a brief period of time in last Sunday'? game. Fern Fan Sues MINNEAPOLIS {AP) -<• A $110,090 lawsuit was filed in Minneapolis District Court by a woman whs tayi ahe was in: jured in collision with another spectator wh<sn 8 footfeall went ! into the stands during 8 Minne ; sofa Vikjngs Los Angeles Rams ; game. Zoro, then Tokyo I CHICAGO (AP)-eassiui! Cl»y ; said he planned a title defense ! in tsfcyo if he defeats Zora Foli ley hi their heavyweight char* pionship bout in March. 5:39.3 Mile ' NEW YORK (AP) - Dave Patrick of Villanova ran the 'first sub-four-minute mile of the current indoor season with a ; time of 3:59.3 in the New York Athletic Club Games. Swim Record SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Deb; bie Meyer of the Sacramento ; Calif., Arden Hills Swim Club ' bettered her own American rec : crd by winning the 1,650 - yard I free style in 17:47.4 at the Pa • cific Association AAU Cham ;| pionships. Leads Bowlers TOLEDO, Ohis (AP)-Joharry Guenther of Seattle led the 40- .game semifinal qualifier in the PEA $40,000 Buckeye Open with i .9211 pins. Billie Jean Wins \ WINCHESTER, Mass. (AP)• Defending champion Billie Jean '. 'Moffitt King defeated sixth ; ;;seeded Stephaine DeFina 7-5 : '-7-5 in the semifinals of the Na ;$onal Women's Tournament. Russian Titlist '-'• BERLIN (AP)-Victor Mam atov of Russia took the Biath ;^lon title, a 13-mile race of cross ^country skiing combined witl "target shooting, at the cham pionships ia Attenberg, Eas Germany. Hogs vs. Owls FAYE1TEV1LLE, Ark. (AP — The Arkansas Razorbacks will try to snap a five-gam losing streak today when the; take on the Rice Owls here a 2 p.m. in a Southwest Confer enee Basketball game. The Porkers are 4-14 for th season and 2-7 in conference play. Rice is 4-5 in SWG action This will be the second meet ing this season between the tw clubs. Rice won the first game at Houston 60-56. illlBilNlliiiimiiiiMitlBlllllBiiiiiiniiinraiiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiimiiili. Cage Pros National Basketball Associatio By THE ASSOCIATED PRES Friday's Results Phil'phia 127, Cincinnati 118 Boston 120, Los Angeles 119 St. Louis 133, Baltimore 132 Today's Games Detroit v$. Baltimore at Ne York Cincinnati at New York Boston vs. San Francisco a Phoenix, Ariz. Sunday's Games Baltimore at Detroit Philadelphia at St. Louts Chicago at Los Angeles Monday'f Games Cincinnati vs. St. Louis i Kansas City MiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMi Hockey Friday's Results No games scheduled Today's Games Detroit at Montreal Boston at Toronto Chicago at New York, »fte aeon Sunday's Games Montreal at Detroit, afternoon New York at Chicago Monday's Games No •STATE IS COLD Riders Thrown COLLEGE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Southern State College ul*fider« lost oSly their sec- id Arkasnsas Intercollegiate inference game Friday night, ut it kept them from gaining sir second straight AIC bas- etball championship. The Muleriders only need to n one of their remaining two imei to clinch the title', and at moment could come next uesday when they face see- nd-place State College Of Aransas at Conway. Friday night, though, the usually hot-shooting Muleriders ere cold from the field and 11 tt-52 to Arkansas College. * * * Southern State led 27-25 at alftirne but Arkansas College ayed in al! the way and rabbed the lead for good with 50 left in the game. Jim Haney led the Highland- a-s with 17 points. Milton Han- >ak was high for Southern ate with 19 points. In other games Friday night, arding whipped Arkansas &M 95-83, State College Sipped Hendrix 77-72, Render- on nipped Arkansas Tech 809, and Ouachita beat Ozarks 00-52. State College kept the pres- ure on Southern State by up- ing its record to 12-4. South- rn State is 14-2. SCA led 34-29 t halftime but had to score our free throws in the final 22 econds to down Hendrix. Mickey Johnson of Btylheville ed SCA with 25 points. Ciouette laced Hendrix with 21 points. Harding constructed a 50-3' ead at halftime and led by as much as 20 points in rolling ast A&M. George Frazier hac 5 and Robert McKeel 22 points letter Is Gunning : or Repeat Title By GORDON BEARD SALISBURY, Md. (AP) - lharles Pasarell, seeking to lecome the first repeat titlist in II years, takes on hard-hittin| 31ark Graebner tonight in one o: the alUAmerican semifinals o he U.S. indoor Tennis Champi onships. The other match, schedule! or this afternoon, pitted second seeded Arthur Ashe agains !!Iiff Riehey. As he appears a he top of his game and shoult be able to handle the fourth .eeded Riehey and his retriev ng tactics, Both, off their play in the 64th national tournament, the third seeded Graebner is given a chance of scoring an upset over ^asarell — and that would be a mild upset at best. * * * Beating veteran Ron Holm ierg in Friday night's quarter 'inals, 6-3. 75, Graebner server 17 aces on the canvas sfretchec atop the wooden floor of the Civ ic Center. Holmberg, a finalist 1 a s year, contributed to his owi iownfall with four double fault; in the only two service break; of the match. it two free throws with eight econds left In the game te lift he Reddies over Teeh. L»n|- ey also was Henderson's lead- ng scorer with Id points. Paul Brown was the game's leading corer with 32 point*. Ouachita led by as much as 0 points in crushing Oiarki. The Tigers jumped off to IM ead and were never threatened, tichard Pyland had 21 points or Ozarks and James Chancel/ or 14 for Ouachita. PORTLAND, Maine 'ohnson, 164, Trenton, N.J., lutpojnted Jim McDermott, 169, Holyoke, Mass., 8; Gene Herick, 145, Saco, Maine, stopped Roland Wardell, 148, New York, uilllllHinillllliniMlllllllllflimillllPlllinuuuininiili" 1 ' Arkahsai College M, Southern StiU 83 HafdinJ M, Arkansas A&M' . lead the Bisons. Ronnie M urney led AtM with 36 point*. I State College of Arkansii 77, Henderson'i * * Hubert Langley , Hendrix 7} 79 iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 2forArk-Mo Ark-Mo Power Kilowatters have two basketball game; this weekend, tonight in the Gosnell High gym at 7:30 against Carder Buick of Searcy, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock on the road against Hoxie Sporting Goods. Admissions tonight are 50 cents and 25 cents. Ark-Mo and Carder are undefeated. Henderson M, Arkansas Teeh J Ouachita 100, Ozarks 52 EAST Princeton M, Columbia 41 Army 77, Rutgers 59 Cornell 79, Perm 68 Brown 79, Dartmouth 77, ot MIT 82, Amherst 61 Shade Is. «0, New Hamp. M Colby 98, Trinity, Conn-, OT SOUTH 62, No. Car. St. SO W. Va. 105, Richmond 93 VMI 81, Wm.& Mary 87 No. Car. 80, So. Carolina 55 Mercer 70, Rollins 67 MIDWEST Akron 8«, Fairleigh-Pickinson 3 Grinnell 82, Coe 75 Ripon 76, Carleton 70 DePaul 114, Aquinas 64 Betait 74, Cornell, Iowa 63 $t. OJaf 78, Lawrence 55 SOUTHWEST Arizona 70, New Mexico 64 Wyoming 78, Arizona St. 72 Ark. Col. 60, So. St., Ark. 52 FAR WEST UCLA 34, Oregon 25 So. Cal. 72, Ore. St. 53, ot Washington 85, Stanford 82 Wash. St. 85, California 81 Gonzaga 102, Montana 60 San Frn. St. 95, Nevada 67 Montana St. 74, Idaho 72 MBIT* FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR Timt for Ink Oiy, T«fc WhM HA MM KM" FOR THE WEEK NSRUARY SUN 19 7:59 PM WON •20 8:58 PM TUE 21 9:58 PM WED 22 10-.W PM THU 23 11t54 AM 19 THRU 26 FRI 24 12:21 PM »AT 25 12:« AM SUN 26 1:41 AM All tlm» ll Olven In Central Standard tlnne. Add one hour for the Easttm time xone; nibtraet one hour for Rocky Mountain timt; two hours for Pacific time. In localltlw uslnfl <i»ylloht lavino time, «dd one hour to tlmq found »bove. Copyright 1967 Blacker the Fish — Better tha Day for Fishing Don't Like It But . . . UCLA Stalls By TED MEIER day, took a 5-2 lead but fell bei Associated Press Sports Writer hind at 9-7 and trailed at the ' ,, ,., half 18-14 before a crowd Of 10,' For a coach who abhors the 5M stall in college basketball, John- ' * * * ny. Wooden of the unbeaten, TWO field goals by Nick Jortes, UCLA Bruins showed them how. the hjgh scorer qf the gme wlth to do it. I He had his team, No. 1 in the country in The Associated Press poll, hold the ball for nearly 10 minutes at the start of the second half enroute to a 34-25 victory over Oregon at Eugene Frh day night. . ! ton to its 20th victory against Not until Lew Alcmdor tapped : one fj e f ea t in a rebound on a missed free; Tne ^^ upped p rin ceton's throw by Mike Warren was |Ivy Leagye recpr(J to 10-0 and there any scoring In the second , set up a gnow down' with runner | half as the Bruins won their 24th | „ p Cornell, 9-1, at Ithaca to- 14 points, pulled Oregon to with in 20-18 with about eight minutes left. Steve Belko, coacl of the Webfoots, considered this the turning point. Joe Reiser's threes-point play late in the game keyed Prince' Hawks Rub Out 21-Point Shortage; Hudson Spark i straight game, including a car-r ryover of four from last season. It was the only shot Alcmdor took in the entire second half and the 7-foot-l super-sophomore finished with 12 points, his By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wally doesn't want to keep up with the Joneses — he wants to keep ahead of them. So, Wally; who also is a Jones did his. bit Friday night b.y scorr ing 10 points in the last quarter, four of them in five seconds, as the Phladelphia 76ers defeated the Cincinnati Royals 127^118. The victory kept the 7fers TV4 games ahead of the Boston Celtics,, the team with the only other. Joneses in the National Basketball Association — K.C. and Sam -TT in the Eastern Division race. * + * The Celtics kept pace with Philadelphia, edging the Lakers 120-119 in Los Angeles an a pair of clutch field goals in the last two minutes by John Havlicek. In the only other game, St. Louis came from 21 points behind to nip Baltimore 133J32 as rookie Lou Hudson scored 24 points in a last-quarter rally. The Philadelphia victory Cleveland overshadowed another milestone reached by Cincinnati's great Oscar Robertson, The Big 0, now in his seventh NBA season, scored 27 points for a career total of 15,852, putting him seventh ahead of former Royal Jack Twyman. He also replaced Twyman as Cincinnati's greatest scorer. The 76ers were leading 106-98 when Jones scored a basket. He hen missed a foul but put in a rebound. He scored eight points n four minutes as the 76ers outscored the Royals 15-7 to take a commanding 119-105 lead. » * * Hal Greer was high for Philadelphia with 32 points, and Jones notched 23. Wilt Charn- >erlain scored only 15 but got a career high of 17 assists. With Boston and Los Angeles tied 115-all, Havlicek connected on a jump shot and then clicked with a driving lay-up to give the Celtics a fourrpoint edge. Tom Sanders' free throw with 47 seconds left iced the verdict. AFTER A LARGE NUMBER OF FLORIDA BASS WERE released in Greers Ferry Lake, several sportsmen from other areas were irate that ftis same species and other erotics were not released in lakes in other locations. But there are reasons why stocking of exotic or non-native fish is carried out discriminately. First of all, and. perhaps most important of all, each release' is part of a scientific investigation to fill one or two needs. The lake has a biological need for the distribution of a certain species or biologists 'are trying to fill a fisheries gap not occupied by native fish. The Florida bass release in Greers Ferry was the end r&- suit of considerable biological data that had been gathered over a lengthy period of time. Not only did the lake offer the most suitable habitat, there was a biological need for the Florida bass. This species can serve as a predator fish that take advantage of the abundance of shad, and may eventually mean an increase in the size bass being caught. To tha fishermen this means a greater production ef cateh- able fiih. * * *. The stocking of Florida bass In this centrally located lake is strictly experimental and if it is successful in Greers Ferry, perhaps attention can be focused elsewhere for further spread of the fish. It must be pointed out that a hatchery can produce only a given amount of fish. Because of space limitation, despite being the world's largest warm-water hatchery system, tha three state hatcheries can't turn out fish in assembly Una fashion. Millions of fish are stocked annually by the Arkansas Commission's Fisheries Division. Many fishermen erroneously place emphasis on quantity, rather than take Into consideration the inter-relation of stocking for scientific purpose or biological need. WHIT? BJVKR NATIONAL WILDWFE REFUGS W TO ita tan to fishermen March 16. Th» ant has baen 'to all aporttmen since Nov. J6. Refuge manager Raymond McMaster reports that certain areas are not to be open to the public, locations to ba nveaied to the mar futura. type of play isn't in the best in- ;erest of basketball," Wooden said several weeks ago after Southern California used a stall and almost upset the Bruins in a 40-35 overtime game. 'Why then, did he use the stall himself against the Webfoots? "We were ahead," Wooden said. "I'll never do it when we are behind and it's unlikely I'll (BOWLING Ruth Gregg registered 193-358: Blanche Branscum 212-556; Lorraine Pslnter 217-553; Lounell Jones 211 535; and Ann Webb 191-521 In Wed. ncsdrvy Night Ladies League at Shamrock. Ellen Taylor had her first 500 series, turning 183-169-173—505. Life Of Georgia showed 1018-2923. In Wednesday Early Bird League at Strat-O-Lanes: Mercy Talt 89-480; Bessie Jo Samuels 177; and Betty Dlckson 175. J & T Photo Studio showed 671; »nd Blythevllle Title 1953. Korene Taylor, league secretary, has Issued an Invitation for more bowlers to Join the action at Strat-O. "We have a big turnover, Florene said, "and we need replacements." WEDNESDAY LADIES W L Areadla 54 30 Life of Georgia 54 30 Pepsi Cola 52 32 KatI 47VJ MH Phillips Ford 42 42 Phillips Const. 33 51 Farmers Bank 28^ 55 */ 2 Dixie Pig 25 59.. WEDNESDAY EARLY BIRD W I. Blvtheville .Title 60 28 7 Up ....: 52 36 Farmers Bank 50 38 McFall's Florist 44 44 Wonder Bread 421£ 45'3 Kate '....., 38 50 Dainty Fingers 35 53 J \ T Ehoto Studio .... 30'^ 57% jow of the season. 'It seems evident that this Goldstone's 31 points led over Harvard 84-78 night. The Big Red won their ninth in a row by wiping out a 12-point deficit to beat Penn ?!)• 68 at home to stay on Princeton's Heels. Ed Yale Cambridge and Alan Fishman's jump shot in the last four seconds gave Brown a 79-77 overtime triumph over Dartmouth at Hanover in other Ivy games Bob Lewis, with 23, and Larry Miller, with 20, combined for 43 points to pace North Carolina over South Carolina for the Tar Heels' 10th straight ACC victo ry. The game was the first o a dpubleheader at Charlotte. Ciemson made it five in a row TRACK SHORTS NEW YORK (AP) - Villanbva track coach Jim Elliott now gets to second guess the second-guessers. A week ago Elliott was roundly criticized for standnig at the side of the track while his star miler, Dave Patrick, was making a bid for a four-minute mile and waving and shouting for Patrick to slow down. He finished in 4:00.5. Friday, Patrick followed what Elliott said was his exact Ian and ran a 3:59.3 in the New York Athletic Club meet, the first sub-four-minute mile of the indoor season and of Patrick's life. "I still think I was right," Elliott said of his tactics a week ago. "He's sound and he still has a long way to go." Almost lost in the wild applause of the 15,382 at Madison Square Garden for Patrick, was Jim Kemp's 55.8 clocking in the 500, just three-tenths of a second off the indoor mark and by far the fastest time of the season. 0 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - I can't believe it. Ron Clarke was like an idol to me," declared 120-pound Gerry Lindgren from Washington State after finally beating the Australian star in a two-mile race. "Every time I've met him, he's left me in the dust. I was real happy even to be close with two laps to go. I prefer a win over Clarke to a world record." I.inrigren's time of 8:32.6 in the Golden Gate Invitational indoor track meet Friday night was short of the world record of 8:28.8 run by Clarke on the same boards a year ago. Still the little American was 15 yards ahead at the finish as he sprinted past a jiring star. • NEW YORK (AP) —. Tile status of 11 foreign athletes caught in the AAU-NCAA cross-fire—eight of whom were scratched from two track meets Friday night—remained uncertain today after the apparent failure of mediator Theodore Kheel's latest peace edict. The refusal of both Amateur Athletic Union and the U.S. Track and Field Federation, an arm of the NCAA, to heed a directive issued Friday by Kheel's Sports Arbitration Board left the foreign stars ineligible, according to the AAU, for the New York AC meet in New York and the Golden Gate meet in San Francisco. do it in the first half. But we| by beating North Carolina State might do it all the time in the U^j, ta tte second gam(? second half when we are, Ted Wierman's 31 points led ahead." . , , Washington State over Ca]ifor- He indicated this would help nia at Berl??ley emphasize the "inaction more - •..than anything else" and pen- haps influence the rules corrh mittee to put in a 24-second shooting rule like the pros have. The UCLA stall overshadowed the 12th straight victory of the thirdrranked Princeton Tigers over Columbia 55-41 and the 8055 conquest of South Carolina by the fourth-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels. Brigham Young edged Utah 61-60, West Virginia trounced Richmond 105-93, Washington State defeated California 85-81, Southern California took Oregon State 72-63 in overtime, Arizona downed New Mexico 70-64, Vashington squeezed by Stanord 85-82 and Wyoming beat Arizona State 78-72 hi other ;ames. Oregon, the last team to beat UCLA almost a year ago to the also won on the road over Stanford behind 22 points by GOrdy Harris. UNIFORMS Nunii - Receptionist Waitresses Beauticians Westbrook's Fashions Main at Broadway Blytheville, Ark. BURNETT'S ROYAL TIRE SERVICE On South Hlway 61 tat IB Yean HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE CO. H20 Union AT*. Phong zTi-MCO Memphis i, lenncssee Call for Free consultation. Iniutanct (ot Eitatt Planning Key Man. Partnership -.nd Corporation Group Pension Retirement and Bospltallzatlon. Virgil Davis Tax Returns and Bookkeeping Service Efficient - Confidential Complete Ins. Protection • Auto • Fire • Life • Homeowners DAVIS INS. AGENCY WO W. WALNUT ST. 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