The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on January 4, 1968 · Page 50
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r I D-4 THE SUN Thursday, Jan. 4, 1968 With the Sportsmen Waterfowl Hunting Season Ends Sunday Four Trojans Honored on All-Bowl Selections NEW YORK (LTD Southern champs topped a defensive unit sion viewers. Simpson scored clutch gains in all three scoring, and Rocky Rosema of Michigan; Sherman of Penn State, Kenny California and Oklahoma domin-' including players from 10,both touchdowns and ran for 128 drives to win the game's most and the North at the ends, GaryjStabler of Alabama, Gary ated the All-Bowl team selected different teams. lyards in a 14-3 victory overivaluable Dlaver award. Maener of Southern California Beban of UCLA and the West. yesterday by United Press Inter-! Southern California also! Indiana with tackle Ron Yaryj . . ,L rand Mike Dirks of Wyoming at; Ronnie South of Arkansas and 1 sT" By BOB WALTON California's waterfowl sra-?nn ends Sunday and that brings to a closp tho major 17-fiR hunting seasons in the statP. Thore arp a few scattrrrd hunting seasons left, but these will not ai- tract the bulk Ul LUC 3 who now must wait until next ' summer to un-' limber their guns again. On the remaining hunting agenda will be these sea sons: Southern California's band-tail pigeon season runs through Jan. 14. Row and arrow experts will have special archery seasons nn pheasants in Imperial and Eastern Riverside Counties on I he wpekends of Jan. 6-7 and Jsn. 13-14 only. Archery hunting in thesp areas will bp permitted only on the Saturdays and Sundays of these weekends. Two special either-sex deer hunts, each a week long, will be held in the San Rernardino Mountains in late January. These hunts are only for those who have special permits and these already have been issued. There are no more available. The hunts will be held in the Upper Santa Ana River Valley and in the vicinity of The Pinnacle, north of Lake Arrowhead, in what normally are fire closure areas. A total of 250 permits have been issued for these hunls. Outside of the private clubs, that's what is left of the Southern California hunting story for the 10R7 fi8 season. I The other offensive Morel of Trout Plantx Kor San Rernardino County this week's trout planting schedule of the Department of Fish and Game was a big, blank negative. None of the lakes and streams was to receive new plants. In Southern California otherwise, new plants were set this week for the following waters: Riverside County: II e m e t Luke. Los Angeles County: Legg Lake, Liltlerock Reservoir, Puddingstone Reservoir and East and West Forks of San Gabriel River. San Diego County: Santa Margarita River. Santa Barbara County: Lake Cachuma. Ventura County: Piru Lake. SrnitJi River Fish The Smith River in Northern California is living up tn its reputation as the home of big steolhead and salmon. That's the word sent along by Glen and Peggy Percy, former residents of Colton who now own a motel in Crescent City. Percy caught a 21Vi-pound steelhead on the river in early December, and later he hooked one that weighed 201i pounds. Mrs. Percy, on the same day, collected a limit of steelhead and salmon. The latter were caught while drift fishing on the river. Percv is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Percy of Collun. A 24-liour report on ocean fishing in Southern California as furnished by the operators of the deep sea landings: national. inlaced a man on the defensive and guard Dennis Born blocking Halfback O.J. Simpson and unit for a total of four on the: " key plays. Uvn Iniithnrn f'alifnrnia linr.mPn 92-man SOIiad Oklahoma harf Oll!irtorKiL- Viw. U.,-,,J ,.F miVlll,! II Vl'llIO IIIH.III.H 1 UUI 11.1 UQLft 1MIU 1 i CI 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ul IU 1 . uhn rinnnri nncn tho hnlps fra- one On the Offensive Unit, two on and flanL-pr Pnn SolWc nf cau6nt " 'I'!" " t " I, , ' ! ' iv--.- " anJ 1 1 1 r 1 1 mi uiti juc mini nil intrujiin.it. ritiiiud oirfll" ri nn fldlluaCK offensive team and middlej The Trojan trio on guard Granville Liggins ofwas a stickout in the eyes Oaklahnma's Orange Bowl press box observers and televi receivers on thethe tackles the Gray All-Stars. Each unit were Tommy Linebackers Bill Hobbs of accounted for at least two Louisiana State, whonvvac a onH i nntstandinp'touchdowns. r I V. i- U .J I & Will M fc-J -pj , - two touchdown passes jpfpn jpr in thp r0ttnn Bnwli Amone prominent defenders Phil Odle of BrichamorTninc. AioKntv. nnH cnnW were ends Ted Henririrks nf (nit 4Vo' . . mm : nr: t : i . New Hampshire Tabs Root As Head Football Mentor Waterjoul Report Ocean Fish Report DURHAM, N.H. (UPI)-Jim Root, offensive backfield coach at Ivy League champion Yale for the last three years, was named yesterday as the new head football coach at the University of New Hampshire.! He succeeds Joe Yukica, another ex-Ivy League assistant coach who resigned last month to assume the head job at Boston College. Yukica came to UNH from Dartmouth after the j 1965 season, i Terms nf Root's contract were not disclosed but sources ,said he reportedly received a one-year written pact and a verbal agreement to cover another two years. He assumes the ton job immediately, Athletic Director Andrew Moo- radian said. Root, 3fi, is a native of Toledo Ohio, and former star quarter back at Miami of Ohio, where he played under Woody Hayes, now head coach at Ohio State, and Ara Paraseghian, Notre Dame mentor. He played with the then- Chicago Cardinals in 1953 and 11956, spending 1954 with Ottawa of the Canadian Football j League and 1955 in the Army. Root started his college coaching career in 1958 as backfield coach at Tulane and shifted to Miami of Florida in I960, where he is credited with helping develop George Mira, the scrambling quarterback now with the San Francisco 49ers. Yukica, Jack Musick assumed the reins at Cornell before the 19C6 season. Root is married and the father of two sons and a .daughter. see. defense Glenn Smith of Louisiana State 'IT? w uSni "ne I,,r u,eimore Jack Reynolds of Tennes nflrounded out the All-Bowl back-l""1 urc ,u,"e Srtmc- field. " In the offensive line with Hammond and Sellers werpJYary and R were tackle Bob vital figures in Florida State'siKalsu of Oklahoma, guard Bowl and 17-17 comeback tie against PennjEdSar Chandler of Georgia and'topped the State in the Gator Bowl. Hammond ran for one touchdown and passed for another while hitting 38 of 55 for a record 363 yards. Sellers caught 14 for a' record 145 yards. Smith, a sophomore, scoredj one touchdown as LSU came back to beat Wyoming in the Sugar Bowl amd he went for the South All Stars and center Bob Johnson of Tennessee. Johnson, the All-America center who played nose-to-nose with Liggins, barely shaded sophomore center Jack Kovar of Texas A and M. On the defensive line with Liggins were Kevin Hardy of Notre Dame and the East team Dick Anderson of Colorado, a stickout in both the Bluebonnet Blue-Gray game, defensive backfield including Oklahoma's Bob Ste phenson, Dennis Coyne of Northwestern and the North and Frank Loria of Virginia Tech and the East. Standouts among other quarterbacks were Bob Warmack of Oklahoma, Ed Hargett of Texas A and M, Nelson Stokley of Louisiana State, Tom Miami, Tim Rosovich of Southern California, Tom Bilu-nas of Indiana, John Williams nf Minnesota and the East; tackle Bill Stanfill of Georgia; guard Dan Sartin of Mississippi. Also linebackers Fred Carr of . University of Texas at El Paso, Ken Kazmarek of Indiana, Adrian Young of Southern California, D.D. Lewis of Mississippi State and Gray, Bennie Griffin of Louisiana State, Claude Humphrey of Tennessee A and I and the South. For hunters who want to take a final fling at ducks and lesser snow geese In the Imperial Waterfowl Management Area at Salton Sea, here is thp report of last weekend from the Wister unit of that area: Last Saturday, Dec. 30, some 300 hunters bagged 582 ducks, 22 lesser snow geese and 2 coots for an average of 2 birds per man. On Dec. 31, Sunday, 230 hunters shot 204 ducks, 42 geese and 1 coot for a 1.1 bird average per man. Don't forget, hunters, the season on Canada geese closed Christmas eve. The weather at Salton Sea has been crystal clear and cool for the past week. Thornton Gives Up On Foolha ST. I-Ol'IS CPU-Injury-plagupd Rill (Thunder) Thorn-Ion, 28 year old running back of thp St. iuiis Football Cardinals, announced his retirement yesterday. He said he would go into secondary school teaching in Toledo, Ohio, where he lives. Thornton said he had tried a comeback after knee surgery. The former University of Nebraska athlete said "the injury to my knee didn't really clear up to my satisfaction and as time went on it felt v-s and l-v-5 reliable." Thornton had Ix-en with the Cardinals since 1W.1. but missed the 16 season tx-t ause of a kn- condition. He underwent t operations lhat affected his ;'a inj lh- p.c-1 season. Thnitin' HiggiM showing i nine in a c-'.'r.e ajatn-t the Philadelphia K.at'r whrn he SANTA MONICA t unql.rv rnrk end PARADISI COVE 13 unfllMV tnrk rod, 1 linq end. NEWPORT (Arl't tndlnq) 11 n-diwv 3 hnnltn, A2 1 hullhnt. (Oavtv't Lockr) 31 nqirv JO hrr-cnrta, 9) honitn, 1A h-.v 179 rork end. MALIKU PIER-1? nglrv 10 rork md, 1 rnw cod. 1 halibut. RE DON DO BEACH 14 nQlrv in calico II bomll, iti rock cod, 20 cow cod. SEAL BEACH-53 no.lrr: 77 harm-cud. 40 sand hass, 6 halibut. LONG BEACH (Pacific Sportfiihlnq) 10 anglers: 71 barracuda. 33 calico bass, 2 halibut. (Pitrpoint Landing) 12 I In l!)fi4, Root went tn ' Dartmouth and spent one 775 !season before moving to Yale in 1HR5 when Carmen Cozza succeeded John Pont. Pont moved to Indiana and led the Hoosiers this season to their first Rose Rowl, where they lost Monday to national champion Southern California, 14-3. Root is the third former Rlackman aide to accept a head coaching inb in the last three ngirrv jb oarracuaa, a calico Dss, ' , , t ts macktrtt. years. In addition to Root and lit (!;ir .VI EL RMN . . . . . . COUNTRY CLUB 18 HOLE CHAMPIONSHIP COURSE! EVERYONE IS WELCOME! W invit you fo iry our Golf Court nj fin club . And thn, compart with other courm. Ifrvic . Ntw-ftar Winter Jlaf ScfitduF SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS After SP00 7:00 A.M. . After 10:00 A.M. After 11:00 A.M. After Noon . After 1:00 P.M. 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