Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 8, 1967 · Page 10
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 10

Brownwood, Texas
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Friday, December 8, 1967
Page 10
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Dallas Choice Over Eagles tsEW YORK fnore should run its unbeaten string through 13 games Sunday but the Colts probably will have to beat Los Angeles on the last day of (lie season, Dec. 17. to wtap up the Coastal Division title. That's the way it looks from this corner with'the Handpicker tabbing the flams to beat Green B$jf in the big Saturday after- n<|6ti television extravaganza ovjfif CBS. Heveland should clinch the Cefifury Division crown Sunday b$ knocking off St. Louis, thus <<iJ31ifying for a Dec. 2-J date al Dpas for the championship of Ue,Eastern Conference. MEANS YOU GET • 'Quality Material » Built To Last Priced To Sell • Financed To Suit • Estimates Tor free Call or Write *'. H. DEAN P.O. Box 233 Dial 645-9989 Bro\vn\\ooti, Icsas After an 8-2-1 week in Mexico, the season totals are 95-38-10 (NVL 62-26-8 and AKL 33-12-2). Let's try again. All games are Sunday "unless otherwise noted. NM, Los Angeles 20, Green Bay 17 *,S»turday» - Packers find themselves in unusual position of underdogs with their division title already clinches and flams stii! struggling. Two tough, rugged defensive clubs. Rams' running attack rate's edge but it could be a battle of field goals .- Don Chandler vs. Bruce Gos- •sctt. Cleveland 2R. St. Louis 23- Browns need win to snuff out Cards. Cleveland won Oct. IS i game 20-16 with help of three ; interceptions and three field : goals by Lou Groza. Probable kiss of Bob DcMarco could hurt : St. Louis in last home game but Cards arc desperate and must win lo stay alive. New York 28. Detroit 21- Ciianls still have a shot at third- place inonc-y in Eastern Confer- pnce and prc al home. Lions have nothing lo salvage but. pride after 3-72 season. Mel Karr set to put on show for \ an- kee Stadium fan?. Lions' oass defense makes it tough for Fran Tarkenton. Chicago 21. Minnesota 17-Both clubs closing strong after shaky starts. Bears won 17-7 Oct. 1 when Gal Savers led attack. Top-Ranked UCLA Gunning for 36th Yiefay, 6*e. 8, By tfct? Mfctfctt Associated Press Sports WfHef UCLA's Bruins, the national collegiate basketball champions, go after their 36th slraight victory tonight in their home opener against Wichita Slate. Ordinarily (he Bruins, led by towering 7-foot-l Lew Alcindor, would be regarded as a shoo-in over the Wheatshockers, but after their hair-breath escape from defeat last week at the i hands of Purdue, many fans arc waiting to see what happens to I ho bruins' streak. UCLA beal Purdue 73-71 at Lafayette, ttid.. last Saturday Golfer Dies In Oklahoma on a art-foot shot by Bill Sweek at the final buzzer. Houston, second ranked to ! UCLA in the Associated Press jpoll. was the only team in the Top Ten to play Thursday night and the Cougars enjoyed a ; home court 121-88 romf) over j North Dakota Slate. j All-America Elvin Hayes, the j Big E, scored 38 points for Houston and became the all- time major college scoring leader in Texas with 1,776 points. Ron Schlieman loscd in 50 points for the losers. Bradley walloped Memphis i Slate 80-52 at Pcoria behind Joe i Allen's 24 points while Arizona i Stale pulled out an 87-fit road ) victory over Crcighlon al Oma- jha. Roger Dcttcr led the winning Sun Devils with 25 points. Bob Portman threw in the same number for Creigblon. NYU whipped Texas 75-B7 and Manhattan downed Rhode ts- DAVE BING, Detroit's sensational second year performer, eludes Chicago's John Bgati for Uyup in National Basketball Association action. Bing has been among the league'^ top scorers throughout the young season. Sayers coming off hoi game al San Francisco wants to close home season with a burst. Chicago defense should shut off Vikings. Baltimore 31. New Orleans 7— Colts put on big show for home fan? in last game before hitting road for finale. Gary Cuozzp, Steve Stonebreaker. ted Davis and Jackie Burkett would like lo >how up old males but Saints don't have bosses to match Colls. Lenny Lylcs lost to dicd Thursday in an Oklahoma City hospital Wininger had been under intensive care since lie suffered 3 stroke a week earlier. Doctors said he developed acute complication of the stroke early Thursday, and he died shortly afterward. He was 45. Even before the complications began, doctors disclosed this week his right side would have been paralyzed from the stroke. St. Louis routed Ilardln Sim-' metis 107-80 while in other home j courl triumphs Georgia Tech beat Georgia 867-fl. Samford downed Mississippi Slate 66-63, Ariozna took Northern Arizona 82-74 and Texas A&M defeated i West Texas 89-83. On the road. Holy Cross edged j Dartmouth 73-70, Wofford beat The Citadel 68-60, Virginia downed VMI 84-79 and Florida; look Florida Stale 95-87. I "A Perfect Gift" Smoked HAM flPBp iBM!? WP iPdHWI ^^W SUITABLE FOR MAILING ANY SIZE AVAILABLE $1.69, FREE GIFT WRAPPED ORDER YOURS TODAY UNDERWOODS THE LIONS TO STATE Nathan's Jewelry Is A Supporter of TERRY SCOTT and The Brownwood Lions! Joe Allen Adams Outdoor Advertising Is A Supporter of BOB ROTHE and The Brownwood Lions! Montgomery Ward & Co* Is A Supporter of EDWARD ROBINSON and The Brownwood Lions! Fox Chemical & Supplies Is A Supporter of RICKY STOKES and The Brownwood Lions! CHAMPIONSHIP LINE UP Weakley-Watson Hardware Is A Supporter of DAVID WALLACE and The Brownwood Lions! AAA Rental Store Is A Supporter of Doug Streckert and The Brownwood Lions! Shaw's Laundry & Dry Cleaning Is A Supporter of KENNY THOMAS and The Brownwood Lions! Smith Roofing Co. Is A * Supporter of DAMON SMITH and The Brownwood Lions! BEAT McKlNNEY SATURDAY 2:00 P. 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