Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on November 28, 1967 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Brownwood, Texas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, November 28, 1967
Page:
Page 8
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Jackets ome HPC Seeks Second Win Over Texons Glen Whitis tinVeils liis 196?-68 version of the Howard Payne College basketball Yellow Jackets before the home folks tonight when the Paynemen entertain Tarletoh State College in a return engagement. Action gets underway at ?:30 p.tn. in Brownwood Coliseum. Howard Payne blistered the Tejcans 106-64 eight days ago in Slephenville and the Jackets will be heavily favored to hang up victory No. 2. Whilis lost three starters off last year's Lone Star Conference championship outfit but the veteran Jacket coach has come up with a pair of dandy newcomers to help plug the gaps. BILL StNCBES • ttt home opener PETE ZUN1GA . . . veteran Jacket MtRE GIBBS . returning starter MARVIN UTBCHT ... 6-5 junior The Points After . . * By BILL STOVAU MID-WEEK SPORTS WASH: fiinnniiiiiiiniiii» Beban Has Inside Track to Trophy fty tlAt BOCK Associated rtcss Sborts Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Gary Bcban, UCLA's scrambling quarterback, appeared to have the inside track today in a three-way battle with Southern California's 0. J. Simpson and Purdue's Leroy Keyes for the coveted Heisman Trophy. The winner of the trophy, awarded annually to the nation's outslarding collegiate football player, will be announced today. A study of statistics shows little to choose between Beban, the nation's lop signal caller, and Simpson and Keyes, two powerful running backs, but it was expected the UCLA star would gain the award because The Associated Press poll aftef that game and UCLA slipped badly the following week, losing to Syracuse. "But that game didn't change anything," said one selector. "We voted before it was played. I voted for Beban and so did a lot of others." Beban finished the season with a total offense figure of L- 586 yards on 301 plays. He accounted for 19 touchdowns passing and rushing and set 16 UCLA career offensive records. "It is inconceivable that anyone could be of more value to A team than Bcban is to ours," says his coach, Tommy Prothro. "He can beat you every way." Simpson was a workhorse in the USC backfield and riddled MAKING THEIR FIRST home appearance tonight | hc is lhe OIlly scnior in the lrio l cn cmy lines for 1,415 yards and Sports Briefs NEW YORK CAP) — Dave; has moved into the top spot in Eing of Detroit, who held the j free throw accuracy with aj scoring average lead for several j mark of .882. weeks, took over the individual A7 -'- nn National will be 6-7 Dan McGhee, a freshman from Bloom-j j n field, Incl, and 6-2 Bill Sinches, a junior college transfer i ban from Both Howard County are ticketed for Junior College via San Angelo. starting assignments. The other spot vacated by graduation will be filled by either 6-3 Gary Day or 6-5 Marvin Utecht, both lettermen. Veterans Dan Smith (6-6) and Mike Gibbs (6-3) Nate Thurmond of San Fran- \ will be in their ushal starting slots. Dumas, which meets Brownwood in a Class AAA quarterfinal match Saturday, has a couple of familiar names on its roster. Quarterback Glenn Bonner is the younger brother of all stater Norman Bonner, who sparked the Demons back in 1962-63. And sophomore halfback Armando Casas' brother Pete was a great fullback on those fine Dumas teams in the mid-GOs. Pete is currently at Eastern New Mexico University... • Casas, incidentally, is a new weapon for the Demons. He came from nowhere in mid-season to take some of the pressure off ace running back Steve Burks, who has been nursing a minor knee injury for the past five games. .. HPC Gage Tourney Near BRACKET HAS BEEN completed for the 25th annual Howard Payne high school basketball tournament set' for Brownwood Coliseum Dec. 28-30. The top division includes teams from San Angelo, South San Antonio, Victoria, San Marcos, Midland Lee, Austin, Gatesville and Brownwood. The Lions are the defending champions... .Shooting for honors in the lower bracket will be Brady, Comanche, Ballinger, Jacksboro, Crane, Goldthwaite, Coleman and McCamey. Coleman won the 1966 crown. Trophies include the Nathan's Jewelers outstanding player award and the Howard Andrews sportsmanship award. Adding spice to the three-day dribble-derby will be games matching Howard Payne against Paul Quinn College on Dec. 28-29. . . Royal Going East Dec. 9 DARRELL ROYAL, the head football coach at Texas, is going east for a wedding on Dec. 9—THE wedding—in Washington, D. C. Seems that Royal,-since he has lasted so long on the job at Austin, has become a friend of the family--THE family. If you're still not with it, Lynda Bird's getting married that day. Offensive guards Phil Tucker of Texas Tech and Rich Stotter of Houston and linebacker Fred Carr of Texas El Paso have been named to the All-America football team to be released by Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Wednesday... Halfback Chris Gilbert and Linebacker Corby Robertson of Texas and Texas El Paso safety Charley West made the second team.,, scoring lead in the Basketball Association with 530 points, according to league statistics released today. Bing also continues his lead in per-game average with 27.9. Walt Hazzard of Seattle and Elgin Baylor vaulted into the Nos. 2 and 3 spots, respectively, with 519 and 506 points. Hazzard has an average of 22.« points and Baylor is second svith 25.3. Will Chamberlain of Philadelphia continues to Jead in field cisco has 533 rebounds, tops in that category, but Chamberlain leads in per-game average at 24.2. Len Wilkens of St. Louis leads in assists with 182 and 7.9 per game. NEW YORK (AP) - Gamely' was named the champion .1- j year-old filly of 1967 today after j the closest contest in the Thoroughbred Racing Association's history. William Haggin Perry's filly, a daughter of Bold Ruler, won .562, while Larry i bv two votes over Mrs. E.K. goal accuracy, ._._,... .... Sieefried of the Boston Celtics I Thomas' Furl Sail in balloting weginea ^ ^^ ^^ o{ Seledjon6 Gamely will be honored at the TRA's awards dinner Thursday in Washington. Cubs Take Two Games Af Coleman COLEMAN-Brownwood Junior High teams took two of three games from Coleman in a basketball tripleheader here Monday night. Brownwood won the featured ninth grade nightcap by a 62-59 margin and the seventh grade opener 44-26, while Coleman pulled out a 44-42 decision in the eighth grade game. Mickey Hollingshead poured in 18 points and Tommy George 17 to spark the ninth grade to victory. Aaron Blake contributed 12 points, Gary Barron nine and Richard Griffin six.' George Williams ripped the cords for 22 points to lead seventh grade scorers, while Ray Thompson had 19 for the eighth graders. Brownwood will host a two- division tournament Thursday through Saturday. Entered in the eighth grade division are San Angelo Lee, San Angelo Glenn, Lake View, Graham, Brady and Brownwood. Competing in the ninth grade bracket are Lee, Glenn, Lake View, Graham, Coleman and Brownwood, SAN FRANCISCO (AP) UCLA's Gary Beban has been Letterman Pete Zuniga, 6-2 senior from Merced, Calif., heads the Jacket bench. Others ticketed for action are 6-1 Ken Griff en, 6-0 Ricky Martin, 6-0 Kenneth Hendricks and possibly Hugh Fletcher, a 6-5 sophomore from Comanche who is nursing a leg injury. HEADING UP Coach Donnie Campbell's Texans will be 6-2 Steve Dean, 6-6 Coy Ford, 6-3 Sonny Roberson, 6-8 Melvin Davis and 6-4 Sherman Perry. Dean registered 16 points in the earlier game at Slephen- ville, Ford had 11, Roberson 10, Davis nine and Perry eight. j Smith, the senior from Denton who is being boom! ed for Little All-America honors, ripped in 33 points \ in the season opener, leaping from sixth to third among the all-time HPC scorers. He now has 1,287 points, 120 short of the all-lime mark of 1,407 set by Stan Owen during Ihe 1955-59 campaigns a showdown between Beand Simpson two weeks ago, USC beat UCLA 21-20 and gained the host spot in the Rose Bowl. Bcban passed for 301 yards and Simpson rushed for 177, including two touchdowns. USC moved into first place in 11 touchdowns in 266 carries. A junior transfer from the City College of San Francisco, 0. J., who is nicknamed Orange Juice after his favorite liquid refreshment, gained 150 yards or more in seven of USC's 10 games. SC Crowned Football King By ED SCHUYLER JR. Associated Press Sports Writer Southern California is king of 1967 college football. John McKay's Trojans were awarded 474 points today to 436 to Tennessee in the final Associated Press major college poll. Southern California, which finished its regular season with Bowl-bound Wyoming, which finished sixth with 222 points. ! Rounding out the Top Ten are I Oregon State, Alabama, Purdue and Penn State. I Besides Indiana, Penn State is I the only new member of the Top I Ten. It was a last-chance situa- ; tion for the Gator Bowl-bound Nittany Lions, who had not been Ten Jackets got into the scoring act at Stephenville cl of 49 sports writers and \j\sljr\ Q vjoi v UCUMII iicto *j\r\*ii — — — . . . named to quarterback the West! last week as Whilis made good use of his bench. Day j broadcasters. in the 43rd annual Shrine- sponsored East-West charity football game to be held Dec. in the registered 14 points, Utecht and Sinches 7. 12, McGhree 11, Gibbs 9 Campbell went with a two-platoon, full-court press Oklahoma, received 11 first- a 9-1 record, received 36 first-;' in the Top Ten before at any place ballots in voting by a pan-; time this season. •: UCLA, fourth last week before I being upset by Syracuse, and .Houston, 10th before being sur! prised by Tulsa, dropped out of jthe rankings. Tennessee, 8-1 with one regular season game remaining before its Orange Bowl date with Slephenville, but the Paynemen encountered little quart7rback"siot"wrn'be'banny] difficnlt y witn Uie clever Sinches quarterbacking the Holman of San Jose State and i attack. Bob Lee of the University of the JACKET FANS will be able to buy their season Pacific. ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) Gary Beban of UCLA and O.J. Simpson of Southern California led the all-star team announced Monday by the American Football Coaches Association. LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) -Garry Lindgren of Washington State Monday won his third straight NCAA cross-country championship with a time of 30 minutes, 45.6 seconds over the six-mile course. LAFAYETTE, La. (AP.) Shirley Picard, a police detective captain arid three-time winner of the Louisiana Amateur Championship, Monday fired a three-under-par 68 and led qualifiers for the $35,000 Cajun Classic Golf Tournament. Demons Play Jaw-to-Jaw tickets—going at a record pace—right up to game time. The ducats sell for $10 and will be good for 15 home tilts. Following tonight's game, the Jackets will play at Abilene Christian, Angelo State, Murray State and Tennessee Tech before returning home for a bout with ACC Dec. 14. ' place votes. Oklahoma was third with 311 points, followed by Indiana with 245 and Notre Dame with 243. Indiana, Southern Cal's Rose Bowl opponent, dropped out of the Top Ten after losing to Minnesota, but the Hoosiers roared back to gain fourth after upsetting Purdue and finish with a regular-season 9-1 mark. Notre Dame got one first- place vote and so did Sugar The Top Ten, with first place votes in parentheses and points on a 10-9-8-etc basis: 1. Southern Cal (36 474 2. Tennessee (11) 436 3. Oklahoma 311 4. Indiana 245 5. Notre Dame (1) 243 6. Wyoming (1) 222 7. Oregon State 154 8. Alabama 152 9. Purdue 150 10. Penu State 98 Monday's Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PHILADELPHIA — Roger Russell, 184%, Philadelphia, out- pointed Leotis Martin, 197, Philadelphia, 10. SEACAUCUS, N.J Wepner, 22, Bayonne, stopped "Charles Jersey City, N.J., Harris, 6. Chuck N.J., 198, AUCKLAND, New Zealand — Fate Davis, 150, Akron, Ohio, outpointed Ron Beekin, 156, Australia, 10. TOKYO -Pedro Adique, Philippines, outpointed Jaguar Kaki- zawa, Japan, 10, lightweights. PARIS-Stan Hayward, 150%, Philadelphia, and Jean Joselin, .150%, France, drew, 10. Criticism Irks Ole Miss 11 OXFORD, Miss. (AP) - Mississippi's Rebels, still nettled by criticism over their Sun Bowl date, will try to convince supporters Saturday they belong in a post-season game. Oie Miss, now 5-3-1, will bet one last chance to make fans forget those three losses when the Rebels invade Mississippi State in the last game of the season for the two archrlvals, When the Rebs announced acceptance of the invitation to appear in.the Dec. 30 game at El Paso, Tex., reaction around the state was less than enthusiastic, Many felt the game against! Texas-El Paso was a downward step for a team of Ole Miss' reputation. Coach John Vaught.told one sports columnist "I think I am in a far better position to evaluate them (the bowls) than.you. I am upset over your statements saying Ole Miss was 'taking the scraps' in the bowl invitations." Vaught describes the Sun Bowl invitation as "a compliment to this fine football team," Although a victory over State, which has lost eight games and beaten only Texas Tech, cannot do much for Ole Miss 1 prestige on a national scale, it could help the Rebels ease some of the criticism at home. The Rebels lost to Memphis State, Alabama and Tennessee and fumbles played major roles in all three defeats, the benefit of eight They got Louisiana State fumbles in deadlocking the Louisianians. Costa Rica is almost exclusively European and its capital, San Jose, claims to be the center of the purest European blood. Brownwood High School coach Gordon Wood told members of the Lion Quarterback Club Monday night that travelling to Amarillo for Saturday's quarterfinal football clash with Dumas has both its good and pad points. "We hgd a committment to fill," Wood gait} of the selec* Won of A.jnarillo as'the play* off site, "Next time it will be our turn." Money Js one of the poorer angles, BBS officiate had visions pf e big money gate with Qdegsj $etor -at 'San Angelo this weekend. But Pymas dashed those hopes with a first down y&tpry evw Ecter after the two tegjns h$4 bailed to a IMT tie 'to last week's bNfetrist > round-'' UON488JSTANTKwW^it ijmtg saA pliiy Jawtto-W loM. '%®!*ms mW'tf "-"" 5W-MC « % n knew Dumas had a fine team 'when they took the opening kjckoff and drove the length of the field for a touchdown," West told club members. West labeled Mark Holt, a 170-pQunder who goes both ways, the best footballer in the Demon camp, He's a,n excellent bloeker at guard on offense and a horse of a toe backer. PUMAS RATEJ In the pwne clas with Wichita' Falls Jft> class with, t Wich4ts fyUs Blr* •The rapgy - Demon ^ git enslve Jine averages 186 pounds per and the Defensive front hampered botji school Monday. A ,-yau drift short,- 4^4e|rfi^;^F©]w|itTfre^ jfljj' fjpdn< \*-~,.' ?'•''' ! *' .#»w ttu totfJJto, k *»i 1,

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free