The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1967 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 5, 1967
Page 7
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BtyAerffie OAT Oral* Wm - PrHty, H*y », Mff - Fagt »*<a Hog Reds, Whites Square Off Again FAYETTEVILE, Ark. (AP) —A second Red-White football game at 2:30 p.rn. here Friday will conclude spring practice for the Arkansas Razorbacks. "We're real anxious to see how it turns out," Head Coach Frank Broyles said Thursday. "I think we've improved on the fundamental techniques." After the Whites defeated the Reds 7-3 in their first game here, Broyles said his Porkrs looked a little ''green." "We will have basically the I lead the Whites, same squads with a few| Broyles may changes because of injuries," Broyles said. Listed as injured were Defensive End David Spatts, Liner backer John Paul Daves and Nose Guard David Copper. Captajns for the Red Team will be Alyin Jones and Ernest Ruple, both defensive tackles, white Defensive End Hartford Hamilton and Defensive Halfback Tommy Trantham will Georgia near the leave end of for the game to attend an appreciation dinner for retirning Head Football Coach Bobby podd, who coached Broyles during his quarterbacking days at Georgia Tech. There was no scrimmage Thursday as the Razorbacks devoted their hour and a half workout to strategic assignments and techniques. Coaches to Ask For Earlier Start Hunch Players Have a Nag IIM.TM for ebeat two minutes work. The 93rd Derby will be tele- By BOB L6UISVII4E, (Af>) - Tlie betting public probably will give its main support to Damascus 'in Saturday's Kentucky Derby, but longshot Dawn Glory will be in a (find of favorite's role, too. The colt who , brought bis Puerto Rican owners to the world's most glamorous horse race in their first fling at the sport will be carrying saddle won his Derby on Carry Back. * * * Barbs Delight, owned by a trio of young Lexington horsemen, goes from gate No, 5, without a winner since Count Fleet and Johnny Longden turned the trick in 1943. Wheatley Successor, the juvenile champion of 1966 who is still looking for his first win of 1967, starts as No. 6, which had its last winner in 1957 cloth No. 8. That's the one that | Man. when Iron Liegenipped Gallant crossed the finish line first the past two years. Every post position has been a winner at one time or another in the 92 Derbys, but for several it has been 25 years or more. And for at leastone, Light- Clarion, Darby Dan Farm's effort for two Derby victories in as many tries, will start from No. 7, last a winner in 1964 when Hartack got his fourth astride Northern Dancer. Outside Dawn Glory, who will be wearing the number carried ning Orphan, the last win for be wearing he number carried nost motion No. 11 could be by both Luckw Debonair in 196 CHICAGO (AP) = An earlier start to the collegiate fall football practice was proposed Thursday by the National Collegiate Athletic Association's BOWLING, executive committee. Coaches in the past have petitioned for at least a 21-day practice session and the subject of earlier starts has gained in controversy with the trend toward trimester academic programs. Schools on a trimester basis have had a head start under the existing NCAA rule. The rule states fail practice shall not begjn prior to Sept. 1, or prior to two weeks before TEACBER5 W Hustlert " Traints 95 Strikers 52^4 jet Set 52 UnlQueB 3? • "HOUSEHOLD EXECS Alley Katt :.......:./... «W Agrlco 38 Liberty Gash 3' Gueeh Plnfi 36 B'vllle Tractor 33 V4 All Stars ...'. 30 Turkey Trio 28 No. 12 SI Hurst Tru Tone 21 3 Mlssei" '? pin Busters ?» t. « 831 851, 65 711,1 72 ftt ,,OretIU5 Jewelry ........ Hood Plying Service .... 80' Jacks Shoes ... ......... " Randall Co ............... '1 Spencer Electric ........ &** Decker Ins ....... , ..... of Katz 'Jewelry ... ......... M Hays Super Mkt ......... SS 1 ^ - OSCEptV M'XED LEAGUE Sparklers ................ 55 33 Unpredictable. .......... 41 }4 «H Bead Runners .......... «» ««, Odd Balls .. ......... ... « " Gutter Sweeps ...... .... 38 50 Ridge Runners ........ , . 37 51 Individual game winners to the Teachns League .were JIU Bryant With Bob Ll with 183 Iri— BUI and Dewayrie Miller wi — dividual series winners were Bryant, 536; 'Bob Llscomb, 502; Bill Shadwlck. 474. The Jet Set won the high team games with 769 and the high team series was won by the Truants with 2155. The woman's high game and earles was won by Sue Richardson with 178 and 485. Jo Ann Barlow rolled to first place with 192, Ruth Gregg was lecond with 199 and Blllle McFaU third with 189 In the high Individual games for the Household Exec. The high team game was won by Agrlco W In Tuesday Twilight high individual game winners were Carmen Mathls with 200. Mary Hwnrt with 18& arid Jean Gardner with 18B. individual series were won by Bea Ed- waras. 511: 'Minnie L. ' WllUams. BOS and carmen Mathls, 503. Decker Insurance won the high team game »nd series with 913 and 2632. The Osceola Mixed League high Individual game winners were Rose Bohen who rolled 207. Chirles Willis with 187 and Jim Hess with 185. Series winners were Rose Bohen, 542: Jim Hess. 538 and Buzz Hoffman 528. The unpredictable? took first place in the team games and the series with 661 and }fi)9. Sports Shorts ROME (AP) ^ Victories by 21 scores have placed Milan and Padoya of Padua in the semifinals of the Italian Cup soccer tournament. Mijan .beat Le/:cp and Padova defeated Napoli Of Naples Thursday. DUSSELDORF, Germany (AP) — The Soviet Union and West Germany have split the opening two singles matches of their Group A European Zone Davis Cup tennis competition. NEW YORK (AP) — The United States Golf Association reports it has received a record 2,793 applications for entry in the 1967 U.S. Open golf championships scheduled for June 15-18 at the Baltusrol Golf Club, Springfield, N.J. the day of classes, or 18 days before 'the first scheduled game —whichever is earliest. The executive group, which .'ill be joined today by the NCAA' policy - making council and extra-events cprnmittee in he weekend meetings, recommended to the council that a study committee be appointed o formulate a 1968 NCA'A contention amendment changing the present preseason football pratjce and starting date regu- ation. The executive cornmittee also recommended that the football rules committee submit a specific program of research to reduce injuries to ttie NCAA's committee on competitive safeguards and medical aspects of sports. post position -._. more than slightly prophetic. It was in 1933 that Brokers Tip and Head Play roared down the home stretch while their riders flailed at each other with their whips in the only violent roughhouse in Derby history. Since the invention of the film patrol, jockeys have avoided such tactics. and Kauai King last year, will je Field Master, seeking the first victory for No. 9 since Tiled (CBS) from 44 p.m., EOT, and broadcast by radio (CB?) from 4:1M :45 - .,-. Venetian Way in I960. Gentleman James, Michael Phipps' first entry in the Derby, will start from the same No. 10 ;a(e that Dark Star left in his smashing defeat of Native DJmcer in 1953. * * * Outside of Freeman Keyes' Lightning Orphan will be Second Encounter, wearing the same No. 12 that Hoop Jr. carried in 1945 and starting from the No. 12 gate that held Kauai Kjng |ast year when addition of a mutuel field garbled saddle cloth numbers and post positions. Jacobs' Reason to Hail will leave from Jet Pilot's No. 13 gate Ask The Charles F. Fare going from the same No. 14 position that Carry Back had. If all 14 start in the 4:30 p.rn-. EST, Derby, ihe face will gross $162,200 and hand the winner WANTED BODY REPAIR MAN Busiest Shop In Blytheville • Top Commissions • Fringe Benefits WRITE BOX FM c/o Blytheville Courier News Blytheville, Arkansas Civil rights leaders have! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiHiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiuiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiin Fightf JlllllllllllllllllilllHIIllllIlllllllllillllllilinillflllBlllllllillllllllllllllli PORTLAND, Maine - Pete Riccitelli, 174, Portland, knocked out Oscar Haynie, 171, New York, 3. threatened to disrupt this year's Derby and have hinted demonstrators might spread to the rack. Going from the inside post position that produced its last winner, Chateaugay, in 1963, will be Louis Rowan's Ruken, winner of his last three starts and victor in the Santa Anita Derby. Mrs. Edjth Bancroft's Damascus, carrying Bill Shoemaker in his 16th consecutive Derby ride, starts from the same No. 2 slot that sent Tim Tarn to victory in 1958. Odds now have Damascus as the 2-1 favorite. Perne L. Grissom's second try in the run for the roses, Dr. Isby, goes from the No. 3 gate which hasn't produced a winner for 25 years, Bill Hartack will be aboard, seeking his fifth Derby victory in eight rides. * . * * Diplomat Way, Harvey Peltier's surprise winner in the Blue Grass Stakes, will start as LOS ANGELES — Joe Fra-|No. 4, the position that sent zier, 203, Philadelphia, outpoint- ed George (Scrap Iron) Johnson, 211, Los Angeles, 10. Decidedly to victory in 1962. That was the year after Diplo mat Way's rider, John Sellers MONTE CARLO CAP) -Jackie Stewart of Scotland has set an unofficial course record while turning in the best time in a practice whirl for Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix for formula one cars. 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