The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1967 · Page 7
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BIythivffl* (Ark.) Courier Ktxs - Friday, ifrfl It, 1HT - PiU Mm ASU Is Host Alabama - 1** «thin Arkansas ftattf- lacks stage the tint of two annual Red-White games tenight fierience JONESBORO - Mighty Ala-;dual, ha* run a «.6 in the apen jama brings one 6( its m6st j 440 and a 52.0 in the 440-yard repressive track teams in re- at War Memorial Stadium Little Reck. Seldom hav« the :ent times into Jonesbor6 Sat- irday for a dual meet with th« intermediate hurdles. Throe hurdlers have dipped under the 14.8 mark in the 120- hurdles while A-Stat«'s inbeaten Arkansas State Uni- yard /ersity Indians. . jbest is a 15.0 Hat by Jack The Crimson Tide boasts th* Morrison. nost impressive times of any "track foe on this year's ASU schedule and will be out t6 ''avenge an ernbarrassirtg 100-45 loss to the Indians last year at Tuscloosa. - On paper the Tide shapes up ' "as an overwhelming favorite in Kie shorter races and in the .'pole vault, javelin and relays '•while A-State will counter with The Indians' strength in the distance events revolves around Bob Giersbtrg, the school record holder in the MO, two-mile and three-mile runs. He captured three firsts to spark the Tribe's narrow 74-71 triumph over Western Kentucy last Saturday. V Another steady point-getter strength in the distance races!for A-State is jumper-hurdler and the field events. Led by HOllis Keone with a 9.3 clocking in th= 100-yard dash and a 21.5 timing in the 220, Alabama has a trio of sprinters better times than ASU's Jerald Spencer. The school record holder in i,.mil, 111 iiMii^i^iM^^^iMHeMMiMlBlHMHBHtyHyillUlllltltlllUIIUlUUUIIlllUUIIIIIUUMIHtf .iiiiiiiiiii'ii'iitiliU'irtlll 1 ''!!')!'"!" 1 "!"! 11 " 111 !!' 11 "' 1 '!!! ' ' '' ' < 'I IW"I " I H H ' IfflfflMIIIIWItini^^ IIIBIIIIIHIMIIIIIIMMIW™ "»"-"•»I Broyles: 'Unbelievable rAVETTKvriLE - Ite /P*** »..*• "Bon - «h«* »• «« **« "^ ^A^uFtSS , •*• «eB«» «' those ttkiBi part ift the spring drills are linebacker Joe Paul Davis ind middle guard Don McEl- in I vogue. It'i anyone's guess on affeitt. The Whit* squad has on* effW- sive letterman; the fted has three. The fted team also drew the Only quarterback with game ex- awaited by the U 6t A coach- ng faculty. j Almost »t full strength for the 7: JO game, *e Perkers can still count only 13 lettermen on the 98-man contingent that will go to Little Rock for tht contest. "Our lack «f experience is unbelievable," said head coach Frank Broyles, "but we've had some good effort in the last two and a half weeks. We'll just have to wait and se* what develops." The only lettermen n«t ex- , usu * has a pinched nerve. Anether top senior, Quarterback Ronny South, has missed the entire drills while completing National Guard duty. The defense has been ahead throughout the tpring - and it should dominate Friday's con- itest, 'With an advantage to the Ktd squad. Although carefully matching talents, the Red squad wound up with six veterans on defense against only three lettermen for the White defensive unit. They'll Run at Osceola Oseeola Speedway will b« owning , ; Bill Caputo has been able to .-manage this spring. .Quartermiler David Adkins, a running events will begin at : double winner in last year's I p.m. the high jump, triple jump and | open for business tonight. 440 hurdles, Spencer usually) "The track dried out^pwtty competes in five events and " "' "•--'- —-~* earns points in all. Field events for Saturday's meet will start at 3 p.m. and well. The weather'a good and we'll be in good shape t«ught," Don Morris eaid. On hand will be Chuck Amati from Illinois and John Suggs from Littl* Roct "They'll be trying to get some money away from our regulars," Morris said. The * * * regulars would include Hooker Hood, the track's big daddy. Time trials start at « and the races begin at 8:15. Tuesday T-illght uB Jewelers ........ Jl',4 flood Flylns Service ... 79 >5 aok't Shoes ........... "j/i Randall Co ............. M pencer ................ O jn Decker .................. JJ Catz .................... J» NINO BENVENUTI III "He Reminds Me of Sugar Ray' night. . i "He knew Emll* would b* pushing for a knockout and he took advantage of that fact to plot his style accordingly. Ye-u have to hand it to a fighter who can get up like that and t u r n a disadvantage like* knockdown into an advantage. From the 10th round on, I felt Nino had everything going his way." Griffith is no stranger to defeat, having twice lost and theft regained the welterweight title, and there will be cash riding on Emile when he and Benvenuti meet again July IS, either at Madison Square Garden or Shea Stadium. Marciano. however, won't be one of Griffith's back ers. "From what I've seen of the middleweight division." muses Marciano, "there's nobody th« moment. Griffith has been a great fighter but in r>y opin ion Benvenuti is a better man all-around." * * Libero Golinelli, Nino's intre Bid trainer, is even more out spoken than Marciano when i comes to Benvenuti. "Nino," notes th* glib Goli nelli, "has improved greatly during the past seven or eigh months. Right now he is spec tscular but he will continue t improve. There's no way t Imagine how great Nino can and will, become."' If Golinelli knows what he' talking about, and so far thSre no reason to doubt him, w might do well to take a ti from Marciano. "It might be a good idea everybody brushes up on Ita ian," concludes the Rock. "Th title might be in Italy for a Ion 'CerOanwas great, but Nino could be better" By ROGER DOUGHTY ' Newspaper Enterprise Assn. NEW YORK - (NEA) — Rocky Marciano doesn't want to go on record as calling Nino Benvenuti another Sugar Ray Robinson yet. "But," says the former heavyweight great, "he reminds me more of Sugar Ray than of any other middleweight I've seen." That's high praise no matter how you slice it, but Rocky who has become something of a fistic philosopher since retiring from the ring, doesn't stop there. "Benvenuti," says Marciano, "is probably the finest European fighter ever to come over here. Cerdan was a great one, but Nino could be even better. "The first thing that impresses you is that he's a 'heads up' fighter, very alert. He 'takes advantage of a lot of 1 i 111 e things that most European fighters miss. Looking at him work you can't say 'he fights like a European.' The only thing you Star Coaches LITTLE ROCK (AP)- Arlon Horn of Taylor and Glen Slier of Palestine will serve as the head basketball coaches for the Arkansas high school all-star game in August, the Arkansas Athletic Association announced Thursday. Horn's team won the Class B state title in March while Palestine reached the Class B quarterfinals. Horn will head the West coaching staff that includes Dean Wilburn of Harrison and Pat Foster of Camden Fairview. Ronnie Garner of West Memphis and . Dewey Snowden of Brinkley will assist Siler ftr-fti East \BOWUNG hiillps Alien .... himps rk-Mo uslness Machines uallty TV arney'i W 77 Teachers utilert tounflerj mtnts trlktrs M S« .. niques 3* 37 59 59 60V 61 80V S» 51 a S3 75 Osceola Ml»4 Learn* SI « Sparklers Road ftunners .• Ofid Bulls Unpi-edicLables .......... InUfir Sweeps ......... -ft :ldge Runnera ......... •» 43 . «« SI IB TuMdi; Twilight I^ulM 8rl». som roUed 185-504 tor high In IB dividual game and series. Jo Ann Barlow wu s««md witR a 18J mf ,HIIB M. Bunen wt« third mta 18. d individual games. Jji individual saries Jean Gard ner was second with 495 .ad Babbl Sandbothe thu-d with 489. Kau Jew«l»» won the iamt* and ««!e with 865-2531 Individual gLiiuo winn«r§ la th Teachers' League were Bob Llpsoom [trst with 213. Eor Daniels, secon with 209 and Dan Rains third wit 192. Series winners were Roy Dan ielj who rolled 523 lor first, BO Llpsoomb 515 lor secind aad Da Rains rolled-499 for third. High team game was won by th maunders with T»o tna hikh wrle won by Strikers with 2150. Mike Hartley rolled 234 for fir iteoe In Individual games lor th >06rtcman league. Ed Oallasher was second with 3 snd'Russ P&rr third with 222. 8e ies winners were Ron Hilson wit SJ9, Mike Hartley with 589 «nd Eu Parr with 567. Phillips Oilers wo the team games with 1077 and Be les was won by Ark-Mo Power wi 2864. In the O«ceol« Friday nignt Mix League Buzz Hoffman led the ind vldual.games with 207. Dorris Tan cey was second with 199 and Jea Baker third with 195. Series wi ners were Dorria Tancey with 3L Don Baker with 509 and Jean Bale with 500. Road Runners won the tea ?»mes and series with 711-1932 £>avld Olckey f6r the Reds; agalnit a White backfleld of John Eichler at quarterback, Glen Hockmmith at fullback, Russell Cody at tailback and wingback Wayne WoOds. Razorback football fans can ;pect both teams to throw the 11 - but the forkers have hown su r p r i s i n g running rength it the spring drills. Cody and Hendren have been ost impreislvt In their battle tailback; Dickey looks strong his new wingback assignment id Hockersmlth ha« had anoth- good spring at fullback. * * * The sophomort - dominated uad includes three JC trans- rs making their first appear- nce before U of A fans. Offen- ve tackle Bob Stankovich, de- nsive tackle John Gregory nd split end Joe Sliker are all paired on the Red team for ae- on. Lettermen taking part include ght end Jim Barnes, offensive ackle Ernest Ruple, wingback avid Dickey, middle guard avid Cooper, linebacker Alvin ones, defensive end William etcher, monster man Steve ioehn and defensive backs jary Adams and Larry Wattins for the R«d team. The Whites have tight end Hike Sigman, defensive end iartford Hamilton, defensive ackle Terry Don Phillips and efensive back Tommy Trant- nm. Maris Finds New Peace in St. Louis By WHX (SftlMiLBV ll'ita not doing the Cardinals aajr Aiiociated Preli Sports Writer {good, I'll quit. I'll quit after this HOUSTON (Af) - "The last five years f6r iflt were hell several timei I've left the ball park aAd thought I'd just keep on going to the airport and year." Maris IB hitting .318 with the Cards. The fans love him. His teammates think lie's terrific. "Nobody knows what I went chuck it 411," lUger Maris said | through with my last few years today, explaining that he has with the Yankees," Maris said, found a now baseball life with! "Some of the snorts writers the St. Louis Cardinals. (gave me a rough time. They "I am happy and relaxed torjsaid I was selfish and lazy and the first time almost since I can ""> ""'" '"">'«' «"•« '" remember. It's nice to go out on the field and know people are behind you. It makes you that my only interest was In making money for Maris. "The fans picked it up. They ,„ g»v« me a lot of gaff. They concentrate and want to give i were on my back every time I your best " went on the ficld Th« 32-year-old outfielder hit . "That's not all, I had trouble record 81 home runs for the '" ™y American ieagw park New York Yankees in 1961. Maris then saw his career go nto a tailspin as a result of injuries and clashes with New York newsmen and said he was contemplating quilting the game until he was traded to the Cardinals last December. "I went to Ralph (Manager Ralph Houk of the Yankees) last July," Marls recalled. "I told him I was fed up, I couldn't take it any longer. He told me to I was traded. Even except one — Kansas City, my home. "It's different now. At St. ^ouis, the people are wonderful. They act as if they're all for me. It's true in every National League park I've been in." iiiniiiiniiiiinininiiniiiiiiiniiiniiiininiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiininiiiH Thurs. *'s wait. 'Then Sien, I didn't know whether I wanted to cantinu*. But I decided to give it a try. So far, its worked out well. I am happy playing baseball again. "But I don't know how long it will last. If I suddenly decide PITCHING — 'Ferguson Jenk. ins, Cubs, permitted just three hits and struck out 10 in winning his third game of the season, 30 over New York. BATTING — Ron Hunt, Dodgers, drove In four runs with a run-scoring single and a bases- loaded double as Los Angeles beat Atlanta 6-0. Ir2ttsrtlbyl dd28 it tastes H expensive Maker's; ©Mark-; ...and is. Madfl from an orlfjina! old Etylo sour mach roclpa by Bill Samuels, fourth generation Kentucky Distiller. "Also .valUbU In In!ern»Uona4 80 proof" around who can beat' Nino al can say about Nino Is. 'He fights like a champion.' " Rocky bases the comparison of Benvenuti and Sugar Ray on the fact that both are what Marciano calls "complete fighters." ' * » » "Sugar Kay had a bit more in every department," concedes the now - massive Marciano, "but Nino is the same type of fighter in that he can do everything. He can punch with either hand, he's fast on his feet, he can take a punch and he can box. But most of all, he'a always thinking." Benvenuti, who has earned the handle of "the intellectual" because he has been known to read a book on occasion, has his biggest asset, according to Marciano, sitting squarely between his muscular shoulders. "Of all the things Nino does well," says Rocky, "I like the way he thinks the best. When Griffith put Nino down in. the fourth round, a lot of people thought the fight was over. From where I was sitting I rea- alized it wasn't a knockout punch and Nino was going to get up. From that point on Benvenuti out - thought Griffith all NEW YORK (AP-Outfielder Criss McGuire of Arkansas State ranks second to the nation in hitting with a .MS average in IT games. th« National Collegiate Athletic Bureau said Thursday. The bureau released Its eel* lege baseball statistic* that showed McGuire in tenth place in triples with four. 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