Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 7, 1967 · Page 9
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 9

Brownwood, Texas
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Thursday, December 7, 1967
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SCORES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Columbia 79. CCNY 4fi temple 80. Lchigh 60 Cornell 88. Syracuse 70 St. Francis, N.Y., 68, King's, Pa.. 64 St. Francis, Pa.. 78, Westminster, Pa., 69 Brown 81. Canisius 62 MIT 73, Brandeis 57 Bowdoin 90, New Hampshire 85 Harvard 83, Wesleyan 73 Yale 84, Fordham 7,1 Delaware 82. Buckncll 79 ! Niagara 114, Villa Madonna 66 Baltimore Loyola 86. Washing- Ion, Md., 74 Bales 105. Mefrimack 102 St. Bohaventure 105, Gannon 85 Providence 89, Assumption 80 SOUTH American U. 63, Navy 59 Virginia Tech 71, Wake Forest 67 Kentucky 111, Xavier, Ohio, 76 West Virginia 65. St. John's, N.Y., 63 North Carolina 107, Kent Slate 83 Western Kentucky 80, La. Coll. 50 Richmond 8G, George Washington 74 Norlh Carolina SI. 75, Maryland 62 Mississippi 99, Arkansas A&M 78 I MIDWEST i Duke 93, Michigan 72 Chicago Loyola 102, Eastern Michigan 78 ; Louisville 57. Kansas 51 SOUTHWEST New Mexico 92, Pepperdine 58' Okla. City 90, SMU 73 FAR WEST ' Miami, Fla., 102, U. of lla- ; waii 83 Utah Stale 88, Montana State 80 | California 76, St. Mary's,! Calif., 69 Bee. Unseld Keys Card Win Over Kansas Opens THE E-bUGATlON OF A TIGHT END* ^ fdurid Ted Kwallck of PgHrt Btafe, chosen to the NEA All-American learn this year, lining up against Dave Reb* insert, an alUpco linebacker fer fha Green §<sy Packers, in a meek seHitv- mage. Rebinsen wai alse an AlUAmif- lean end at Penn State before graduating ts the pros. 8y Tfcb Mtelfctl ranked Cardinals and Associated Press Sports Wfilcf | fourth-ranked Jayhawks Westley tJnseld appears j headlined a busy night on the headed for his greatest season college^ hardwoods, ih college baketball. The 6-foot-8 All-America for the University of Louisville got Unseld threw 20 points, the same total as his teammate Butch Hoard, but it was Unseld's free throw with 6:12 left the , who was the real difference was that j Unseld. He got the key buckets and particularly the key rebound when we needed it. f thought out zone defense was fabulous in the clutch." Jo-Jo White's layup put Kan- thP kov baskets and the kev re- scld s lr( ' e tlirow W1U1 b:W lclt Ms wtmn 4? - 4b - tiut , as uwens &£ KalrL CaS,», S ) <!»'P« ••«»»«* — "> -* , P|J H/T-Sf: V »2J"£ to a 57-51 victory' over the Kah ! sas Jayhawks Wednesday night. j A sellout 17,000 turned out at j Lawrence. Kan., for the battle 'between the nationally third- 14 Schools Enter Meet Bandsmen Earn SPORTS BRIEFS Texans Rafe High in SMs DALLAS fAP) - Southwest Conference athletic directors HOUSTON fAP) - Fourteen schools are entered in the Jaycee Federation Track Invitation Meet scheduled Saturday at But-' and head football coaches ler Stadium with the mile relay! opened today what .vas expected event expected to atlract Ihe to be a routine conference meet- most attention. ing. Three of the first four mile re-1 The faculty representatives, slalistics will be named in about in days. ; Saban. 45, was Coach of the Year in 19154 and 1965 when he led the Buffalo Bills to league captured the total offensive championships. He Icf! the pro of the 20 other championship with 2.184 yards in I ranks for one year as head to compete 10 games. The 6-FooM, 200-pound, coach at the University of I jaor college football showed today. : Sal Olivaa of El who i played for New Mexico Slate at 45-44. | and the patience to make the "While Beard meant a lot in I plays wheft ft mattered.'* the stretch," said Louisville fourth-ranked North Carolina Coach John Dromo. "the guy: and ninth-ranked Kentucky, the — —.other teams in The Associated Press Top Ten to see action, enjoyed home court romps. | Larry Miller's 24 points led i North Carolina over Kent State, COMANCHE (SC) — Twenty-j despite a 41-point performance four band members and David i by Kent's Doug Grayson. Ken- Venablo were in DC Leon to tucky overwhelmed Xavier of Saturday compete in try-outs ; Ohio 111-76 behind Phil Argen- for all-district band. " to's 23 points for Coach Adolph Of this number If) made the• Rupp's 363rd career victory, band and three others were al-iRupp needs only nine to break tornalcs. Comanche had more the all-lime record of 371 held students in the band than any by the retired Phog Allen of .schools eligible Kansas. Duke, led by Steve Vanden- Four students who ranked as, berg's 23 points, crushed Michi- COMANCHE - fte infitral Comafiche basketball touffl«* fnent kicks off today With tight teams competifig f6f honors. All eight teams #ef§ It, set action today ttith Dublin fnefit* ing ACC High if) the 4:30 p.m. opener 4 . Other gafries match San Saba against Cisco at 5:50, Eastlahd against Pfidd? at 7:10 and Llarttf agaMM Co* fnanche at 8:30. Finals are set for Saturday night. hv leimV re - hal . rS TV J f kie ? ar ' *™ ' at Xn " Arbor 93 ' 72 ' but Mcclo^^ « c » at -'" » f lhe Dcllver rcL D1CCO!0: VlCkl LlVineSl ° n ' W " cl "'""'.'' «HH*H "<" - ""a i ... i - ^ .... . • i , ti ... A 1 11. „ 1(i»inr«nfstM Crtt tl II rtfrtM ! Ml*f\Mf *flt back for the Jaycec meet. The most important items on These include Prairie View. Ihe agenda were a limitation on which had a time of 3:04.9,(basketball scholarships and the Southern with 3:05.7 and Lamar NCAA 1.6 academic rule. Tech with 3:07.4. Only third! At the present there is an place Rice with a 3:05.9 will be'agreement thai basketball schol- missing. i arships be held to approximately Other schools entered arc Bay- j 20 for both freshman and varsity lor, Houston, Texas Tech, Tex-j compelilion each year, as A&M. Texas Christian, Gram-; The conference favors Ihe 1.6 bling, Southwestern Louisiana,,rule as an entrace requirement ' and nol a conlinuing thing as the Mike Livingston, Southern i Broncos. Methodist's senior quarterback who missed three earlv season ret. piccolo: Vicki Livingston, West Virginia pulled oul a 65-63 contra-bass clarinet; Carol Car-, j lom e court triumph over St. ney, lyrnpani: and Sharon j John's of New York when Jim NEW YORK (hP — Lcroy Beaty, allo saxophone. j Lewis tallied three points in the games because of injuries, was Kcyes of Purdue led major-col- Other members from Coman-Mast. 48 seconds to erase a 63-26 fourth in passing with 152 com-! lege football players in scoring die were Gay Waggoner and ; Redmen lead, plelions. ! during Ihe 1967 season and O.J. Carol Payne on clarinet, Gay-! ] n other major games Virgin- Steve Ramsey, North Texas ! Simpson of Southern California lion Smith and Steve Kerby on'j a Tech edged Wake Forest 71- sophomore quarterback, was' lead in rushing, according to coronet, with Greg Easlcy on • (57, American U. beat Navy 63- Page Takes Job at SHS HUNTSVJLLE, Tex. fAP) Sam Houston State College i vated defensive line coach Torn" Page to head football coach Wednesday to succeed Paul Pierce. Pierce, head coach for 15 years, resigned Monday to be* come professor of physical education for men at Sam Houston, Page has been an assistant coach here for 10 years. CLASSIFIED ADS WILL BRING QUICK RESULTS 10th with 119. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. fAP) statistics released today by the | trumpet. NCAA. Kcyes scored 19 ; 59, Cornell whipped Syracuse ' Janda Bloyd and Gail Con-!70. Georgetown, D.C., upset St. touchdowns way were in'Ihe trombone sec-j Joseph's Pa. 86-74, Penn nipped — Lou Saban, twice Coach of for 114 points, 18 more than his u on% w hile Kcal Wiles and Dan-JRulgers 71-70. Army squeaked Sell Those Unwanted Items In .The Bulletin Classifieds North Texas Slate, Texas. A&l, Louisiana State and Louisiana "other events in the meet in;schools' 'academic''rules'"after Jl' 51 , 3 ", 1 who'succeeded^him at, cy of Arkansas. Simpson_ gained ' cna ir French horn, Dyan Can-1 humbled North Dakota State elude the 440 hurdles. 440 relay, an athlete is in school, one-mile run, 100-yard dash, 120 NCAA has applied it. The con- : me Year in the American Foot-; two closest pursuers, Roland nv chapman played bass. j pasl Selon Hall 74-70, Yale over- ference wants to apply its own! ball League, and his former as- Moss of Toledo and Dave Dick-| 'Also, Lou Barret made third came Fordham 84-73, Tulsa hurdles. 880-yard run, 220-yard dash, 480-shutlle hurdle relay, three-mile run and the freshman one-mile relay. NEW YORK fAP) - Texas produced three of the top 10 forward passers and the total offense leader in the country, final Buffalo, Joe Collier, will coach j 1,415 yards rushing on 2(5(5 car- t re u placed third allo saxo- ( 55, Oklahoma City defeated rival teams in the AFL All-Slar r j es _ Eugene Morris of West phone, and Pat Schul was sec-! Southern Methodist 90-73 and • '• ' ' ' (Niagara Swamped Villa Madon- were na 114-66 behind 57 points by Allen, soph Calvin Murphy in his second varsity game. game Jan. 2l'at Jacksonville. T exas state was second with 1,- ond baritone. They were named Wednesday 274 yards and Max Anderson of j Placing al alternates by Mill Woodward,. AFL presi- Arizona Stale was Ihird with 1,- Carol Stewart^ Donna dent. Players for the two teams', 1R8 yards. and Chris Bloyd. VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN AN'D SNACK BAR GIFTS and COSMETICS FOR EVERY OCCASION PALACE DRUG CO. WHERE FRIENDS MEET 1419 Austin. Ph. 643-471« FAST-FREE DELIVER! 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