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Hope M Star SPORTS Hope Girls Get Past Beebe 57-22 By RALPH ROUTON Star Sportswrlter Starling a new win streak with the greatest of ease, the Hope Lady Cats roared into the quarterfinals of the State Class A tourney by smacking Beebe 5722 last night In Prescott. It was easily the most one- sided win of the first day in the competition, in which eight games were played. Now the Lady Cats move opposite Leslie in the quarters tonight at 8:20 p.m. Hope Will be sport- Ing a 23-5 mark, while Leslie is 14-7 on the year. Never trailing from the word "go", the Lady Cats worked the ball underneath early, and Jumped to a 9-2 lead in 2'/2 minutes. The girls cooled down a bit after that, and a couple of outside shots brought the lead down to 15-7 at the quarter. In the second period the Hope guards were continuing to analyze their opponents, who nevertheless marked up 11 points in the period. But the Lady Cats scored 16 on their end, working into a 31 -18 lead at the halt. At this point Beebe was still in the ball game, but not for long. After 90 seconds of the third segment Hope had a 35-20 lead, with Beebe's points coming on free shots. About this time the guards on the Hope side decided what they what they had been doing wrong, and corrected it quickly. An Invisible board was placed on the Beebe basket, which didn't allow a shot to go through. Meanwhile the Lady Cats wound up the quarter with 12 points and a 47-20 lead. The spree continued on until 1:10 was left in the game, when Hope had gone 20-0 over 11 minutes of play. Still, Beebe did not sink a single field goal in the second half entirely, only scoring on four free throws. All three starting Lady Cat guards, Nellie Churchwell, Kay Coleman, Donna Byers, played letter-perfect games, with good assistance given by reserves Jenny Calllcott, Vickie Reeves, and Junanne Reynolds. HOPE LADY CATS FG FT-FTA TP Carol Anthony 8 8-16 24 Kathryn Coleman 7 2-3 16 Gail Hartsfield 2 2-5 6 Jo McKamie 3 1-2 7 Debbie Powell 1 0-0 2 Sandra May 1 0-0 2 Totals 22 13-26 57 2-5 1-2 0-0 0-0 13-26 BEEBE HIGH SCHOOL FG FT-FTA Greenwood McCall Wetherford Totals 1 Hope 15 Beebe 7 Team fouls: 2 3-4 1 5-7 3 2-3 6 10-14 2 3 16 16 11 2 Hope 12, 10 2 TP 7 7 8 22 Total 57 22 14-Year-Old Still Talk of Journey WINCHESTER, Mass. (AP) — A 14-year-old school girl who overpowered the nation's third- ranked player for a while before finally losing out was still the talk of the gallery today as the U,S, Women's Indoor Tennis Tournament moved Into its second day, Andrea Vo&os of Pawtucket, R.l,, put on an extraordinary display as she stunned Mary Ann Eisel of St. Louis, 8,6, in the first set of their match Wednesday night, The young* ster couldn't keep it up, however, as Miss Eisel rallied to win the next two sets, 6-2,6-0. Last High I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS US VEGAS, Nev. - Jimmy Fletcher, 209, Los Angeles, out* pointed Cookie Wallace, 196, Dallas (10), LSU's Pistol Pete Hottest in Basketball By TED MEIER Upsets Come Early in Girls Meet By RALPH ROWON Star spbrfsf filer A few upsets occurred to the Stale Glass A Senior Qirls Championships begun yesterday in Prescotl, bul the local learns from this part, Mdpe and Ash* down, won easily, Defending stele champs for the past three years, Perryville eft< lered the meet this year as one of the favorites. However, they were knocked off by Greenwood 58-51. fn anolher surprise Joe T. Robinson, a perennial winner, came out on the short end of a 6158 count at the hands of Mount Ida. Here are yesterday's re- Assodated Press Sports Writer suits and today's pairings, The way Pistol Pete Maravlch has been popping them In this season maybe they should let him fry to throw a basketball across the Rappahannock (or (he Potomac) as legend has It George Washington did with a silver dollar. The hot-shooting Louisiana State star, the nation's No. 1 scorer In college basketball, became the first sophomore to break the 1,000-polnt barrier In a single season by scoring 55 points in LSU's 99-92 victory over Tulane Wednesday night. Pistol Pete delighted a home town turnout at Baton Rouge as he upped his scoring for the season to 1,039 points in 22 games. He has three games left to try for the major record of 1,209 points In one season set by Frank Selvy of Furman In 29 games in 1954. Another soph star, Calvin Murphy of Niagara, threw in 50 points as the Purple Eagles whipped Buffalo at home 99-82, but once again the feat of the nation's No. 2 scorer was overshadowed by Pistol Pete. Third-ranked North Carolina made it 19 In a row by defeating Maryland 83-60 and the unbeaten fourth-ranked Brown Indians of St. Bonaventure won their 20th straight by whipping Canis- lus 79-62. Rusty Clark's 27 points paced North Carolina over Maryland at Chapel Hill. Bill Butler got the same total for St. Bonaventure and Bob Lanier grabbed 23 rebounds for the Bonnles as they whipped Canlsius at Clean, N \t •* .. \ .* ,-•,; t ; i"i >•' , I. .' f/s. 1 .,.*».' '"> - •'"• . •••' St. Bonaventure, NCAA-tour- nament bound, and North Carolina were the only teams In The Associated Press Top Ten to play, but there was plenty of action among other tournamt-nt- bound teams and those still hopeful of a bid. Dayton, hopeful of landing a bid to the NIT, made it seven In a row by routing the NCAA- bound Chicago Loyola Ramblers 91-75. Don May led the Flyers to their home court triumph with 33 points. Florida beat NCAA-bound Florida State at home'89-64 and Temple toppled NIT-bound Fordharn 80-70 in Philadelphia, In contrast three other NCAA- bound teams won. St. John's of New York edged Providence 58-56 on the road on free throws by Dan Cornelius and John Warren In the closing minutes. Boston College won at •home over Seton Hall 99-65 and New Mexico State, also playing at home, downed Texas-El Paso, 68-63. Villanova and Duquesne, each hopeful of an NIT bid, battled through two overtimes at Philadelphia before the Wildcats beat the Dukes 77-76 on Sam Simms' layup in the last three seconds, It was the second game of a Palestra doubleheader following the Temple-Fordham clash, Louisville, paced by Westley Unseld's 29 points and 19 rebounds, clinched at least a tie for the Missouri Valley Conference championship by beating Drake on the road 86-80, Bowling Green did likewise in the Mid-American Conference by downing Kent State on the road 65-63, Cincinnati also won on the road, beating Wichita State 8581. In other games, St. Joseph's of Philadelphia edged Fairfield 82-78 at New Haven. 50LUNAR TABLES ly Richard Aldt n Knight Thf schedule of SolLinar Periods, as printed below, has taken from Richard Alden Knight's SOLUNAR TABLES. Plan your days so that yoy will be fishing in good territory or hyntjng in good cover during these times, if you wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer. Tho Major Periods are shown in bolciface type. These begin ;;i the times shown and last for an hour and a half pr two hpyrs thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown in retype, are of somewhat shorter duration Central Time. Minor Major Minor Thursday 2:40 3:4.5 11 V) 1230 3:2,5 1:86 2 £ FIRST ROUND RESULTS Ashdown 87, Hardy Highland 30, Tuckerman 41, Wllmot 33. Ml. Ida 61, Joe T. Robinson 58. Alma 53, Lonoke 45. Greenwood 58, PerryviUe 51. Star City 44, Cabot 39. Leslie 48, Ml. View 42. HOPE 57, Beebe 22. TODAY'S PAIRINGS Ashdown (24-4) vs. Tuckerman (23-3), 2:00 p.m. Mt. Ida (20-1) vs. Alma (23-6), 3:20 p.m. Greenwood (24-6) vs. Star City (12-1), 7:00 p.m. Leslie (14-7) vs. Hope (23-5), 8:20 p.m. long Island Still Hated the Best By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The McNeese State Cowboys of Lake Charles, La., riding high on a 20-2 record, moved into third place in The Associated Press' small-College basketball poll today. Unbeaten Long Island University, a solid leader, and Kentucky Wesleyan, the runner-up, have the same positions they held a week ago. There were considerable changes, though, in the other ranking spots. McNeese State rushed up from fifth place. Pan American advanced from eighth to fourth. Trinity, Tex,, climbed from sixth to fifth. Evansville slipped three notches to sixth. Norfolk State went from ninth to seventh while Southwestern Louisiana fell one place to eighth. Illinois State, the only new team in The Top Ten, took over the No. 9 slot, and Guilford held 10th. LIU received eight first-place votes and 145 points In the latest balloting by a national panel of 16 sports writers and broadcasters based on games through last Saturday, Kentucky Wesleyan drew three votes for the top position and 113 points while McNeese State had one first-place vote and 93 points. The Top Ten with first-place votes in parentheses and total points through games of Feb. 17: 1. Long Island U. (8) 145 2. Kentucky Wesleyan (3) 113 3. McNeese State (1) 93 4. Pan American 69 5. Trinity, Tex. 59 6. Evansville 55 7. Norfolk State 51 8. SW Louisiana 45 9. Illinois State 31 10. Guilford 27 Pirates Glad to Sign Star Hurling Staff The Pittsburgh . Pirates breathed a sigh of relief today with the anchors of their pitching staff—Bob Veale and Jim Sunning—under contract, but the New York Yankees are holding their breath with Al Downing still unsigned, Veale and Punning signed their baseball pacts Wednesday ju.st before they would have be* come holdouts as pitchers and catchers opened camp at Fort Myers, Fla. Reliever Dooley WomacK end' ed a brief holdout for the Yankees and outfielders Steve Whitaker and Roy White also came to terms, but Downing is a holdout with the pitchers and catchers already incamp, Other batterymen also signed contracts Wednesday^ catchers Don Pavletich of Cincinnati and 3ob Parton of San Francisco and pitchers Tom Phoebus, the J967 Rookie of the Year from Baltimore, and PJcfc Lines of Washington., Another catcher, Jjm Coker, 31, advised Cincinnati he was retiring to ranching. He had a .231 major league average. The Giants also signed catcher Jack Hiatt, iflljeider Bot Schroeder and pitcher Bob Reynolds, who is ' in military •«tk»fiuiii By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Wednesday's Results Chicago 168, Seattle 166 Baltimore 126, San Fran, II? Los Angeles 122, Boston 111, Today's Games Baltimore vs. Cincinnati at Cleveland Detroit vs. st, Louis at Xve, N,Y, Fridays Games Detroit at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Los Angelew Seattle at San Diego Baltimore at St. Louis Boston at San Francisco ABA Wednesday's Results Dallas 122, Houston 119 Indiana 123, Denver 116 Today's Games Houston at Oakland Anaheim at Minnesota Friday's Games Denver at New Orleans Minnesota at Pittsburgh Wednesday's College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS East St. Bonavenlure 79, Canlsius 62 St. John's, N.Y., 58, Provl* dence 56 Villanova 77, Duquesne 76, 2 overtimes Amherst 86, Mlddlebury 68 Niagara 99,.U, of Buffalo 82 West Virginia 87, Pitt 76 Boston Coll. 99, Setlon Hall65 Bucknell 74, Penn St. 73, 0 T Temple 80, Fordham 70 Lehigh 68, Lafayette 03 South No. Carolina 83, Maryland 60 Florida 89, Florida State 64 The Citadel 84, Wm. & Mary 73 Midwest Louisville 86, Drake 80 Cincinnati 85, Wichita St. 81 Dayton 91, Chicago Loyol 75 Bowling Gr. 65, Kent State 63 Toledo 95, West. Mich. 82 Dl. State 83, 111. Wesleyan 66 Southwest Albuquerque 102, Santa Fe 92 New Mex. St. 68, Texas-El Paso 63 Pan Amer. 114, U. of Corpus Christ! 79 No. Tex. St. 65, St. Louis U. 64 Arkansas Basketball Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS College Ouachita 79, State College 75 State Meets Junior Boys Class AAA At Jacksonville .,„, Fayetteville Ramey 42, Jones- bo ro Mac Arthur 36 NLR Rldgeroad 47, F.orJL Smith Ramsey 33 LR Forest Heights 47, Hot Springs Central 42 El Dorado Rogers 53, Jonesboro Annie Camp 49 NLR Jeff Davis - Sprlngdale postponed LR Dunbar 39, Jacksonville 33 Class AA At Russellvllle Mountain Home 2, Pine Bluff Merrill 0, forfeit LR Catholic 49, Valley Springs 48, three overtimes Forrest City 34, El Dorado Washington 28 Camden 54, Batesville 41 Harrison 44, Searcy 37 Camden Fairview 41, Leachville 32 Sheridan 48, Subiaco 32 Magnolia 41, Helena 39 Class A At Cherry Valley Corning 35, Dumas Reed 33 Dollarway 46, Brlnkley 45 Nashville 44, Lavaca 42 Nettleton 51, Eureka Springs 41 Bay 47, Charleston 27 Magnolia Columbia 47, Alma 34 McGehee 51, Gosnell 23 White Hall 38, Lonoke 29 Class B At Hampton Cotton Plant 42, Farmington 28 Ashdown Wood Street 59, Desha Central 58 Deer 40, Turrell 39 Dover 50, Judsonia 48 Ouachlta County 75, Jessieville 49 Benton Harmony Grove 48, Clover Bend 41 Conway Guy Perkins 38, Stamps Ellis 36 Cotter 40, Marmaduke 38 Senior Girls Class A at Prescott Ashdown 57, Hardy Highland 39 Tuckerman 41, Slack-La Grande 33 Mount Ida 61, Joe T, Robinson 58 Alma 53, Lonoke 45 Greenwood 58, Perryville 51 Star City 44, Cabot 39 Leslie 48, Mountain View 42 Hope 57, Beebe ?? Class 3 at Greenbrier Cushmsn 56, Bergman 46 Wickes 75, Afervell 60 41, Portland 40 71, Evening Shade 50 Hartford 51, Mjssco40 Woodlawn 57, Viola 50 Cedarvilje 56, Benton Harmony Grove 53 •—•«!• T77 -TT TT- -T T- TF «? service. In other news, Marvin MjDses was named general manager of the new Seattle club that will join the American League- Hope Glrlf Advance In Tournament ^™ s •- l . •' i ' _ * * '* .1 , ,_ „, &. Spring Camps on The Hope Girls basketball team advanced last night in the Prescott tournament with a decisive victory over Beebe 57 to 22, a Beebe,,is, ; in, whiter " " "-" of Opening NEW YORK (AP) - Most major league baseball spring training camps are just on the verge of opening, but a lot of rookies have already received some good news. Three thousand dollars worth of good news. One of the most important provisions of an agreement between club owners and the players association that was announced Wednesday was the raising of the minimum major- league salary from $7,000 a year to $10,000. In addition, the players won some other monetary concessions including an increase in meal allowances, spring training expenses and a lessening of the amount salaries may be reduced from one season to the next. Top non-economic concessions included studies of possible alternatives to the reserve clause and of the length of the season, both to be completed next year. The agreement was announced by John J. Gaherin, advisor to the owners' player relations committee, Negotiations for the owners were carried on by Joe Cronln, president of the American League; Warren Giles, president of the National League; Gaherin and other lawyers, Representing the players were Marvin J. Miller, executive director of the players association; Richard M. Moss, couBsel; and player represent tives of 12 major4eague clubs, The agreement is for two years and was made effective as of last Jan. I, Meal and tip allowances for players when their teams are on the road were increased from $18 to $15 a day. Spring training meal allotments for players liv* ing away from club headquarters went up from $8 to $}2 a day. Miscellaneous spring train^ ing allowances went up from $25 a week to $40. Salaries may only be reduced 20 per cent from the previous season rather than 25 per cent a,$ in the past. Moving expenses for players called up from the minors will be paid and provisions for first-class travel and hotel facilities were agreed In addition, the practice of continuing salary payments to players who spend two weeks during the season in Army Reserve or National Guard sum- mer camps was formalized. The study of alternatives to the reserve clause, the one under which players are traded, will be completed by December 31, 1969, while the study of the length of the season Is to be finished before next season's schedule Is drawn up. Bulls Forgive Washington for a Miss By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jim Washington missed a free throw. The Chicago Bulls will forgive him. The Bulls took 31 shots from the foul line in their 108-106 squeeker over Seattle In the National Basketball Association Wednesday night. They made 30 of them including 14 straight by Bob Boozer who led the scorers with 26 points. Washington, second to Boozer with 23 points, was seven for eight from the line; his miss was the Bulls' only one, In other NBA games, Baltl« more beat San Francisco 126-117 and Los Angeles turned back Boston 122-117, In the American Basketball Association, Dallas edged Houston 122-119 and Indiana beat Denver 123-110, Bob Rule's basket for the Su- perSonics tied the score at 106106 with 52 seconds left, but Clem Haskins hit on a one- hander from the foul line with eight seconds left for the Bulls' victory, The Bullets got 54 points out of their backcourt combination of Earl Monroe and Kelvin Loughery, Monroe collected 29 points and Loughery had 25, Jeff Mu]lins scored ?9 points for the Warriors. Elgin Baylor came through in the clutch with 28 seconds remaining in the Lakers' victory over the Celtics before a turnout of 17,011, the biggest crowd ever to see an NBA game on the West Coast, W}th Los Angeles leading by one point, Baylor connected on a I3rfoot jump shot and then converted a pair of free throws. Boston had trimmed a l?-point Lgfcer lead early in the fourth period on the shooting of Bill Russell and John Hayjicek. Russell topped the Celts with ?4 points aiti HavHcek chipped in with 20. Jerry West was high for Los" Angeles with 34 and Baylor contributed 3?. r>»»<5r*f ?»*jrCT P^ Tournament Continues at Emmet Results In the Area 13 Senior Boys District basketball play at Emmet last night were: McMittress 72-Walker 64. Bumpham 61-Emerson 50 Waldo 83-Oak Grove 73 Lewisville 65-Okolona 63 Ellis 50-Stamps 29 Westside 84^-BodcaW 53 v Amity 91-H. Bell Gurdon 89 Didn't Dream He Would Set a Record By BEN THOMAS Associated Press Sports Writer BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) Basketball Coach Press Marav- lch says he thought before the season began that his talented son, Pistol Pete, "would average 20-25 points a game" and would be the playmaker for the Louisiana State team, Neither dreamed that the frail-looking youngster would become the first sophomore to score 1,000 points In a season. With 8:31 to go in the first half Wednesday night in the game with traditional rival Tulane, Pete scored on a layup. It was his 16th point of the night and gave him 1,000 for 23 games. Only Frank Selvy of Furman, Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati awl Billy McGill of Utah have collected 1,000 or more in one season and they were seniors at the time, Pete didn't stop at 1,000, He wound up the night with 55 as the Tigers downed Tulane 99-92. Jt pushed his total to 1,039^ and he has three games yet to play, "He's the greatest outside shooter in the country," said Tylane's acting coach, Tom Nissalke. "And he's a magician on the floor, too." Maravicb now is second among the alUtime single season scorers. Selyy canned 1,209 points in 1954, playing in ?9 games—three more than Pete will play. Robertson had l.ou in 30 games in 1960 while McGill had 1,009 in 26 games two seasons later. Pete also is a wizard at ball- handling, passing, blocking and stealing. Hjs 88 assists so far this season set a Southeastern Conference record. His detractors claim that he — Hope Star photos Millwood Lake , Information Forecast For Millwood, Falling i. Elevation of Lake '257.28 Elevation of Tail water 235.4Q-V7J Condition of Lake Murkey Fishing Visitation for Week Number of Gates Open C.F.S. Flow Mosquito Control : 7'' 2,800,; ;, ,-Nonei"'' Rayl Shoots Way Back Into Lineup By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS? Jim Rayl shot his way back' ! Into Indiana's starting line-up,. I but the celebration he held aftej he got there received better rd ifl suits. .'•'••'-' •'"; Rayl, out of the starting llne- ; " ( up for a month, came off the"" bench Monday night and scored • 30 points, not enough to keep the ;0 Pacers from losing to Kentucky:*"' But Wednesday, as a starter-,-•he pumped In 33 markers, his*-^ pro high, and played a sharp'- floor game that carried the Papers to a 123-110 victory over !: Denver at Indianapolis, In the other scheduled Amerf-" can Basketball Association «l game, Dallas fought off Houston . j for a 122-119 road victory. -VT In the National Basketball As*';? sociation, Chicago tripped Seattle 108-106, Baltimore topple*; San Francisco 126-117 and Ui^Angeles whipped Boston 122-117,' •«' Rayl got plenty of help from'!'' Bob Netojicky and Fred Lewis;;! who scored 26 and 21 points re?,- spectively as Indiana built a 6Q». V 47 halftime spread. The Rockets ; never got closer than nine in the H last half. Grant Simmons and Larry '~\ Jones each had 23 points for 'A t* Denver, which dropped five games back of New Orleans and"; •• c ' l l /2 behind Dallas in the Western:Division. The Pacers climbed within a, half-game of third place in the East. --,-, Pallas picked up a half game, . on idle New Orleans as Cincy- Powell scored 12 points in the., fourth quarter and finished with 29. Houston pulled even twice in the period, but Powell's layup and two free throws by Cliff Ha- ,. r gen kept the Chaparrals •'-' s ahead. . ... Hagan totaled 24 points and: '! : John Beasley 28. Willie Spmer T , , set had 37 and" Wilbert Frazier, ; 27 for Houston, fires too frequently, dubbing : : him Peter Gjpn. His field goal percentage is .420,

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