Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 23, 1968 · Page 3
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Hope ^ star SPORTS — » ^^^ ^^ ^^ w i Hayes Houston's Adds to Record .,,, By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer Elvin Hayes, the Big E, whose Alf-Amerlcan play snapped UCLA's 4?'game winning streak last month, has put his name in another niche in the college basketball record book, The 6*foot-8 star of lop-ranked Houston threw in 44 points and grabbed 21 rebounds to pace the unbeaten Cougars in a 130-75 romp over Arlington, Tex», Thursday night. His performance not only helped the Cougars lo their.25th straight, 24 this' season, and lo their 54th in a row at home, but made the Big E the third leading career scorer in the record book for a three-year period. In moving up to third place will) a career total of 2,525 points, 855 this season, Hayes passed Elgin Baylor's 2,500 at Seattle and Bill Bradley's 2,503 at Princeton. He needs only 14 more points lo pass Frank Selvy's 2,538 atFurman. Oscar Robertson is No. 1 on the career scoring list with 2,973 during his undergraduate days at the University of Cincinnati. Dickie Hemric of Wake Forest is listed as second, but he needed four years for his 2,587 points. Ron Sanford, another 6-8er, tallied 34 points lo lead the seventh-ranked New Mexico Lobos over Arizona 102 - 74 before 14,855 at Albuquerque. It was sweet revenge for the Lobos, who had their 17-game winnins streak snapped by Arizona several weeks ago. Duke's eighth-ranked Blue Devils, the only other team in The Associated Press Top Ten to see action, overcame a slowdown by Wake Forest and beat the Deacons 50-41 at Winston-Salem, N.C. The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame beat NYU 70-67 in New York's Garden and accepted a bid to the NIT postseason tourney after the game. The Irish, now 168, join Army, Fordham and Oklahoma City as the only teams picked so far for the 14- team NIT field. Oklahoma City, paced by Rich Travis' 32 points, scored a 78-74 home court victory over Mardin-Simmons. Bradley, also playing at home, kept alive its hope of a tie for the Missouri Valley Conference title by whipping Tulsa 85-67. In other home court triumphs, Wyoming took Arizona State 9186, Fur man edged Clemson 66-64 in overtime. Massachusetts downed Rhode Island 76-68, George Washington oeat Georgetown, D.C., 65-61, and Miami of Ohio defeated Xavier of Ohio 55-52. On the road, Syracuse whipped Colgate 80-72, Holy Cross nipped Connecticut 86-85. Hope Girls Win Again at Prescott By RALPH ROUfON Star Sfloftswfilef Bursting forth with a torrid offensive effort, the Hope Lady Cats strode into the state Class A semifinal found With a 68-50 rap of Leslie last night at Pres< colt, Now boasting of a 24-5 record, the Lady Cats vie for the right to enter the state finals tonight at 8:20 p.m. against surprising Greenwood, In the other seffll* final Ashdown and Alma meet at 7:00 p.m. But the Hope girls had their hands full with Leslie for quite a while, Once again starting with a surge, the Lady Cats stood off a fantastic performance by Les" lie forward Maybelle McEntireJ Maybelie fired in the first 15: points Leslie scored, and actually kept the game from being an early rout. Meanwhile Carol Anthony was amassing 11 points for the Lady Cats, and Hope led 1912 at the quarter. Here Leslie made their only charge, as they outtallied the Lady Cats 13-3 while slipping into a 25-22 advantage before the Lady Cats called time out with 2:59 left in the half. After that break, though, Hope went wild, knocking in eight standings presently Malvern is in straight points for a 30-25 mar IKf (MM) SI Hi Prfffttf If ftffiit i iftftt § Uit Night Thursday's fights By THE ASSOCIATED 1>RESS BALTIMORE - Ralph PallJ. dan, Baltimore, outpointed Jimmy Meilleur, Toronto, 10, mid- dlewelghts. LOS ANGELES-Robert Alvar<?2, 118, Guadalajara, Mexico, knocked out Alex Rivera, 117, Mexico City, 3. PORTLAND, Maine - Jimmy McDermoU, 173, Hoi yoke, Mass., outpointed Billy Marsh, IGG'/a, Las Vegas, Nov., 10 Bobcats to Wrap Up Home State By RALPH ROUTON Star Sportswriter The Hope Bobcats wrap up their 1967-68 home schedule tonight, playing host to the Mai- vorn Leopards. Hope is 3-7 with two conference games left, and will be looking for revenge against the Leopards, who beat the Bobcats 68-53 two weeks ago. In the 4-AA Batfcftf Mil Pro By THE NBA - 'v'tfiBfcSday's ffesultfc Baltimore 112, Cincinnati 99 St. Louis 151, Betroll 128 Friday's Games Detroit at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Los Angeles Seattle at San Diego Baltimore at St, Louis Boston at San Francisco Saturday's Games Detroit at Baltimore Chicago at New York Cincinnati at San Francisco Picture ter splurge to eliminate Leslie Hardy Results Highlarrl Girl's Meet 'to tuckerman 41, Wilmot 33 Ml, Ma 61, Joe f. McGee Has the Lead at the middle of the Western Divi sion. Tomorrow night the Bobcats end their regular season by travelling to Texarkana Washington. On both evenings the"B" teams will meet in the preliminary contest, with the opening tipoff set for 6:30 p.m. 2 Unseeded Players Still Contending WINCHESTER, Mass. (AP) — -Form was holding up In the 61st U.S. National Women's Indoor Tennis Championships today with .only two unseeded players remaining in singles action at the Winchester Indoor Tennis Center. Top-seeded Billie Jean Moffitt King, the Wimbledon and U.S. grass courts queen seeking a newu 1 Madison,.Squareu^i^ s , tr ^ ght "^flS! M °° r U " ' tle,,,,.led the way int3 'ter-flnal round. Mrs. King, a 24-year-old Long Beach, Calif., housewife, advanced with a bye and an easy victory before relaxing Thursday as the second round was completed. Patti Hogan, 18, the nation's 12th-ranked player, advanced to a meeting with Mrs. King with a mild upset. Miss Hogan eliminated sixth-seeded Vicky Rogers of Rye, N.Y., ranked 10th In the United States, 6-2,6-3. In the only other second-round upset, 19-year-old Becky Vest of Jackson, Miss., a sophomore at Trinity University in San Antonio, Tex., defeated flu-plagued Kathy Harter of Seal Beach, Calif., 6-1, 6-4. Miss Harter, seeded fifth, is the nation's eighth-ranked player. HOPE LADY CATS FG FT-FTA TP Anthony 12 15-21 39 Coleman 7 0-0 14 Hartsfield 7 1-2 15 Totals 26 16-23 68 LESLIE HIGH SCHOOL FG FT-FTA Gates 3 2-3 McEntlre 10 7-9 Treece 7 1-1 Totals 20 10-13 1234 Hope 19 11 16 22 Leslie 12 13 15 10 TP 8 27 15 50 T 68 50 Team fouls: Hope 11, Leslie 17 We Set Up New , Bookkeeping Systems: BLOCK BOOKKEEPING k SERVICE BLOCK LOCATION Hockey National Hockey League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday's Results Montreal 2, St. Louis 1 Boston 3, Detroit 2 Philadelphia 7, Minnesota 3 Friday's Games ; , No games scheduled. =•.:'•••„ OPIN TONIGHT HEAP BIG MEDICINE ON YOUR NCOME TAX IOTH FiOfRAi AND $TATf Fosfesf Stock Car Racing Set Today DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The fastest stock car racing field of all time battles through a pair of 125-mile events today with potential danger riding their sleek plastic skins and extra wide tires. No one knows how they will fare at the greatly increased speeds, but for the $300,000 prize money dangling at the end of Sunday's 10th annual Daytona 500, the drivers will go their fastest, Today's finish deter* mines Sunday's start, the first race finishers lining up on the inside and second race finishers on the outside, ; An eight man Ford,Mercury factory team headed by pole sitter Gale Yarborough or Char, lotte, N.C,, and a Plymouth Road Runner in the hands of Grand National champion Rich? a»4 Petty of Randleman, N;C,) should produce the winners to«, day and Sunday unless the un» precedented speeds bring a re* pest of the J961 rash of dents inprejimlary races. ver ABA Thursday's Results Minnesota 128, Anaheim 112 Houston 125, Oakland 118 Friday's Games Denver at New Orleans Minnesota at Pittsburgh Saturday's Game New Jersey at Denver By RALPH ROUfdN, ' '' Star spdrfswrlter Action settled down yesterday In the State Class A Senior Girls tourney at Prescott, but ofte upset of sorts was pulled off. In a surprise, Alma won their way to the Semifinals with an easy 49-40 win over favored Mf, Ida, who had entered the game with a 20-1 record. Tonight Alma meets Ashdown, wlio had some worries before subduing Tuck«?rman 5544. Greenwood continued to astound the fans, the latest coming In their 41*36 win over Star City, Star City, playing fine ball, led from the start and worked up a 31-21 cushion midway In the Thursday's College Basketball third quarter. At this point, how By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ever, the proud Greenwood girls East came back to earn a battle with Syracuse 80, Colgate 72 Notre Dame 70, NYU 67 gin at halftlme. Throughout the third quarter the Lady Cats were able to score, but Leslie still matched the Ladies for every field goal. So this put Hope in a slimy 46-40 lead after three periods. But when the Lady Cats needed the more comfortable lead toward the end, they finally settled down and problems became a thing of the past. Once again the Hope guards allowed very little, and the forwards continued their balanced barrage to get the win. And they closed like champions, scoring a new high for this tournament. Tonight against Greenwood the Lady Cats will be meeting a tough opponent with a 26-6 record. The game will not start until 8:20 p. m., but in order to get a good seat the Hope fans are adyised to make it to Prescott, weather permitting, for the first game at 7 o'clock. KXAR will broadcast the Hope-Greenwood game, beginning < shortly ••• after 8:00 Mass. 76, Rhode Island 66 ' Manhattan 72, lona 56 Brandeis 82, Worcester Tech 71 Holy Cross 86, Connecticut 85 Coast Guard 84, Trinity 73 Springfield, Mass., 117, New Hampshire St. Francis, N.Y.,77,CCNY60 Northeastern 75, MIT 61 Boston U. 84, Tufts 70 : South Duke 50, Wake Forest 41 Geo. Wash. 65, Georgetown, D.C., 61 Furman 66, Clemson 64, OT Ky. Wesleyan 105, No. Caro. A&T80 Gullford 74, High Point 64 ^ Midwest Bradley 85, Tulsa 67 ' Okla. City 78, Hardin-Simmons 74 Miami, Ohio, 55, Xavier, Ohio 52 ' - '* Southwest Houston 130, Tex.-Arllngton75 New Mex. 102, Arizona 74 Sam Houston St. 66, E. Tex. St. 60 W. Tex. St. 90, Abilene Christian 81 ; ''' Far West Wyoming 91, Arizona St. 86;' U. of San Fran. 63, San Jose St. 61 / *'. S > • ' -. 1 Arkansas Basketball'Scores By THE ASSOCIATED'-PRESjS College; '.',"' ^' Southern State 65> Harding 53 the Hope Lady Cats tonight. The Lady Cats put on a fourth-quar- U, Loftdke 45 , Greenwood* 58, P&rryvllte §1 star City 44, Cabot 39 Leslie 48, Mt s View 42 Hope (ft, Beebe 22 Thursday's ftesults Ashdown 55, Tuckermah 44 Alma 49, Ml, fala 40 Greenwood 41, Star City 36 Hope 68, Leslie 50 FRIDAYS PAIRINGS Ashdown (24-4) vs. Alma (24- vs. Hope 3 Arlconsons Shooting W«ll TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)-R. H. Slkes of Springdale, Dick Crawford of Bella Vista and Miller Barber of Texarkana are among the leaders as the $100,000 Tucson Open Golf Tournament swings Into the second round today, MnMyHJttl: putt 6ft tfte 18Ut hole to carry & two-stroke lead eter Ueift Be» maft, 31h32-'67 r Iftto today's play, • A stroke behind Beman at lOllf'tifluSf*pflF 68 W6?£ $i$V^3f Opperhiann, BfuCe Cftffipten> Dave Stockton and John Utz. Defending, champion By STEVE BAssfift Palmef shot two-over 31 Associated Press Sfiorts Writer Thursday, hihe strokes oft the?, TUCSON, Atlt t (AP) - Jerry pace. He had trouble from tee to* McGee, earrylftg a two-slfoke lead into today's second round of the $100,060 Tucson Open Golf f ournafnent, behaves just like a 23-year-old second-year pro, — He watched the score board the good part of his fine round on Thursday. *- He scrambled like crazy on some holes just to save a par, ** He was almost speechless after finishing with a seven*un« der-par 33*32*"6<5, *» And he expressed surprise when he learned he wag the first-round tedder, McGee, a 150-pounder from New Lexington, Ohio, carded seven birdies and not a single bogey as he humbled the 7,200- yard par 12 Tucson National golf course. "I'm a little speechless, "said McGee, after he holed a birdie green ovef a doufse which gave him little trouble a year life-, \, Area 13 Ploy Goes Into y Semifinals { The Area 13 tournament m Emmet gbes into the semiflnif plays tonight afid the Chahipion*; ship game Is slated for Saturdays Here's last night results} fit Waldo 78- McMlttress SI fit Ellis of Stamps 100 * LewlSi ville 54 .,& Amity 77 • Weststde 61. S3 Bumpham 52 • McRae 69 || America had 1.092 stakes •r«<^ in 1967, compared to England 186, France with 173, Italy i 101 and Ireland with 41. Arkansas Tech 107, Arkansas A&M 96 '•••• . " Arkansas College 92, Ozarks 74 John Brown U,, 70, Evangel 65 State Meets Junior Boys Class AAA at Jacksonville Springdale Central 24, NLR Jeff Davis 22 Fayetteville Rarnay 41, NLR Rldgeroad 39 LR Forest Heights 34, Cloverdale 32 Springdale Central 35, LR Dunbar 33 Class AA at Russellvllle LR Catholic 44, Forrest City ,43 Harrison 46, Camden 27 Camden Fairview 49, Sheridan 42 Magnolia 44, Mountain Home 42 Class A at Cherry Valley Corning 41, Dollarway 39 Nettleton 63, Nashville 43 Bay 45, Magnolia Columbia 41 McGehee 41, Pine Bluff White Hall 25 Class B at Hampton Ashdown Wood Street 58, Cotton Plant 45 Dover 40, Deer 36 Ouachita County 45, Harmony Grove 38 Cotter 36, Guy-Perkins 35 Senior Girls Class A at Prescott Ashdown 55, Tucker man 44 Alma 49, Mount Ida 40 Greenwood 41, Star City 36 Hope 68, Leslie 50 Class B at Greenbrier Cushroan 62, wjckes 43 Plumerville 66, Plainview 63, overtime Bradley 65, Hartford 44 Cedarvllle 38, Woodlawn 36 The term "Dark Ages" can ^ applied to the period from 4P. 400 to the A.P. 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