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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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1C SUNDAY, DEC, 5, 1965, Lake Charles _American Press GEESE GALORE—This flock of geese containing thousands of birds, mostly blues with some snows, was photographed in a field just south of Holmwcod in Cameron Parish. American Press Photo- grapher Sam Guillory snapped the picture from his auto on Highway 27. Note the large number of birds still on the ground in the background. SOLUNAR TABLES 37-34 Ceniral Standard Time A.M. P.M. MEMPHIS. Tenn. Sophomore quarterback Warren rewrote the Cinderella (AP) —I Bowl against top ranked Michi- k Dewey gan Stale New Year's Day. Tennessee, headed for a Dec. kickoff. Paul Morgan scored from the one and Kurt Zimmcr- man kicked the first of four con- football yarn Saturday and led j 33 Kime W jth Tulsa in the Blue-; versions. seventh-ranked Tennessee on a j bonnet Bowl, had figured to be i Tennessee bounced back and 85-yard touchdown drive that beat fifth-ranked UCLA 37-34 in a battle of bowl-bound teams. Warren scored the winning touchdown with 39 seconds left in the game before a screaming | touchdowns. L/VJI ii ii.v. jjviv* i, 11(1.4.1 ii^-, MI v^« »-*./ fw i _ . _ only a dark horse in the South-, scored touchdowns on drives of eastern Conference race this 65, 59 anr 51 yards wito'Warren season, but molded a stubborn passing to Hal \\antland for the defense. Until meeting UCLA, first, Warren sneaking over the Vols had yielded only seven i from the one for the second and iDate Dec. ! 5 I 6 7 8 i) 10 11 12 10 Day Minor Major Minor Major crowd of 44,495 fans. The Vols passing attack was 1 ' spectacular " throughout came and Warren com P?^^ ' _ . * ^m of 27 passes for 274 yards. the The dramatic game-winning touchdown began at the Vol 35. Completing passes to Mills and Walter Chadwick, the Vols to the ' ••—••- — *-• _ _. ^t ' t^i \^rLjf\ i/ij,c AI * runs T/12 vs. \jii straight completions and fu"™|f our f,h down, Warren called an two touchdown passes. option play off left tackle and End Johnny Mills caught 10 M r. ?„_..,..___ passes for 141 yards. had two strings of seven UCLA " Warren one Playing completely out I plunged 0 { But the drama had not ended. character, the Vols exploded for 5 Ji bounced back UCLA returned the kickoff and advanced past midfield. A pass sophomore Gary Beban ounce ijllerccpted bv Bo b Petrelle t in the la. who returned it 49 yards be- left in me . „,„ new s * Warren set marks for th tempts, the and the most, passing in the : UCLA. which plays in * * -k UCLA bench. A melee i es of both teams had to separate the players as the game ended. ^rtoHvuh! UCLA scored first, driving 33 the Rose y arcls in ei ~ nt P la >' s afler recov " crin.L; a fumble on the opening passing 26 yards to Wantland for the third. Trailing 20-7 at halftone, UCLA took the second-half kickoff and marched 86 yards in eight plays, with Beban running 86 to score, UCLA 7 021 f— 34 Tennessee 713 017-37 UCLA—Morgan 1 run (Zimmerman kI T«nn—Wantlond J pass from Warren Sunday- Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Friday 3:30 4:25 5:25 6:30 7:40 8:55 9:50 10:35 8:55 7:45 8:30 9:20 10:15 11:15 12:45 1:50 2:25 2:55 3:25 4:05 5:00 6:05 7:20 8:40 6:05 8:10 8:55 9:45 10:40 11:40 12:20 1:25 2:30 12:20 Pok es Coach es 5 On -«• . ,MH*« . >-.««*• MBM "-- Teanri Demons Annex Cross Country Northwestern harries ran off with all the trophies here i run (Leaks kick) j Saturday morning in the 10th •i 24 pass from warren Annual Gulf States Conference UCLA—Beban 36 .LA—McAteer 35 kick run ck) UCL (Zimmerman kick) (Zimmerman run with fumble , , , . UCLA— Beban l run (Zimmerman kick) Tenn— Chodwlck 7 run (pass failed) Tenn— FG Leoke 30 UCLA— Beban 4 run (run failed) T enn _warren 1 run (Denney pass from Warren) Atlendance First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage • Basses Passes Intercepted by Punts Yards penalized Tenn 25 BASKETBALL: The Heart, 2 p.m. Porf Arthur Claims LCHS Distance Run Port Arthur captured the third annual Lake Charles High Cross Country invitational at Chen- tv ^ t ,nault Saturday morning in a Fabulous Magicians at Sacred i well-balanced duel between 12 UCLA 18 715 130 274 8-15 19-27 0 1 'A 35 247 54 15 SPORTS CALENDAR TODAY For lime Outs MEMPHIS. Tenn. (AP) - 1'C'LA Head Football Coach Tommy Prolhro criticized the officiating in his team's 37-34 !-iss to Tennessee Saturday and S.TI] three extra time ouis were mvrn to the Vols on the game- •.•.innin," drnc. ! schools. TOMORROW ! P° rt Arthur compiled MEETINGS: Golden Tor Boosters, 7:30 p.m.; Landry I J»tata_and had 31 Talk, Belmont, 7:30 p.m. niK'.IO, Calif. John Hadl hit Lance Alworth with two touchdown passes and "The officials gave Tennessee; | cc j Lhe San D j e go Chargers over three extra time outs in the last: the New y or i- j e tg 33.7 Satur- rinve." Pro thro told sportswri-' day jn an American Football -tr>rs. "The southern officials' League game, were determined to win it, and ' ' ,f, P ,. <3jd " The Chargers, now /-2-IJ, need victory in their remaining Protliro praised the Tennessee two g ame s to clinch their fifth players and said they were well \Ve.stem Division title in six " ' " -" : years. The Jets, already elimi- d in the East, dropped to 4- oached, but he said the offi dating made him "embar- avseci" to be a Southerner. Pro- n,ro played college football at link? arid is a native of Mern- the top 20 finishes. New Ibe! ria's J^ck Clothworthy won in! dividual honors with a timing of 10:14 over the two-mile course. To show Just how well-balanced the meet was, Wildcat track coach Bob Hayes pointed out that there was only one min! ute difference between the first ! and 25th place. ! Lake Charles runners Mid mi the San Diego 42. Seven! (ne y. places were David Hakey plays later, Hadl threw to Lincoln over the middle and he shook of: tackles to score on the 25-yard play. New York ................. 007 tt-7 Son Diego ................. 0 '714 7—33 SO— Lincoln ! run (Trovenlo kick) ,__ SD-Llncoln 25 pasj from Hadl (Trave- j j nlo kick) i SO— FG Trovenlo M SD— Graham 51 Interception (Travenlo C9), Jerry Napier (25), Ben Burch (26), Bill Morand (30) and Steve Jordan (38). The District 2 - AAA meet scheduled for Jan. 21 will also be held at Chennault and host- Charles High. MY— Maynord 21 pass from Namalh (Turner kick) SO— Alworth 46 pass from Hadl (Tra- venlo kick) St>— Alworth 34 poss (rom Hadl (Tra- venl kick) TEAM SCORINO Port Arthur 31, Lafayette 40, French 1 V.OH t .single out any one plsv because I could be here all iii^iit," he said. The dock was the slopped several times on the NY i :;• e in which Tennessee scored :u ; in u.f? final 39 seconds to win, including plays when the Vols passed out of bounds and when T. nnr-;;ee end Johnny Mills ufien-d an arm injury. A'worth U>pped olf Ins per, * , • f>.'-m,'ince with a 3->-yard scoring j R US nina catch al the goalposts early in the fourth quarter, lie aLso Attendance— 32.167. STATISTICS downs yardage .... Intercepted by and Bolton 66, Forest Park One 74, New Iberia 79, Lak« Charles 90, ttrest Park Two 138, South Park 142, DeRJdder One 167, Forest Park Thre« 175, DeRldder Two 222. Jark Clothworthy. Nl; John Couvllllon Ron Landry PA, .David _ Burns, H Cross Country Championship at Chennault Ed Watt captured the individual crown with a clocking of 13:52 over the three-mile course while teammate Paul Trueman finished second in 14:04. The Demons won the team trophy with a total of 39 points followed by USL 49, Northeast 82, McNeese 88, Southeastern 96 and Louisiana Tech 134. Ted Jackson paced the Cowboy i-unners with a fifth place finish. Bob Felder of McNeese placed 12th and teammate Joe Pelafigue notched a 14th. Other Poke runners and their finish were Clayton Smith (21), Dan Carver (36), Bobby Butler (37) and Foster Kordisch (39). TEAM STANDINGS Northwestern State Collego 39 Univ. of Southwestern La 49 Northeast La. State Collegs 82 McNeese State College McNeese's Merlin Walet and Erol Eschete were named outstanding back and lineman, respectively, on the 1965 All- GSC team selected by the league coaches and released today by Stale College Athetic Commissioner Staney wgallo- way. McNeese had a total of five players named to the 23-man .inlt, which featured both an offensive and a defensive team. Other Cowboys so honored were defensive end Paul Gudry, line- back Felix Simon and defensive back Tony Ber. Louisiana Tech placed six players on the team, more than any other team, although the Bulldogs finished hi a tie for third in the conference standings. Southeastern also had five players on the team, while USL, which deadlocked McNeese for the title, landed three players on the team. Northwestern and Northeast had two each. The GSC All-Star squad features: —A quarterback who passed for 1285 yards and threw seven touchdowns in an eight-game season. —Three offensive backs who rushed for nearly 2,000 yards between them. —Two ends who hauled in 77 passes for 1,088 yards and six touchdowns. —And fierce, agile lineman and defensive players, including a second round choice in the pro draft Chosen to coach the mythical GSC team was Russell Faulkinberry, the friendly giant who guided USL to a share of the championship and the team's best season, 7-3, since 1938. Quarterbacking the team is Billy Laird, the Tech star who wound up a four-year career with a fabulous 4,333 yards through the airways. He has signed a pro contract with the Boston Patriots of the American Football League. Eight of the 1965 All • Stars * * * AII-GSC Selections OFFENSE Flrsl Unit Ends—Wayns Davis, Louisiana Tech, 5-11, 200, sonlor, Shreveport; and Dick Reding, Northwestern, 6-0, 205, lunlor, Tackles — Stevs Scabolf, Southeastern Louisiana, 5-10, 210, senior. Baton Rouse; ond James Boudreaux, Tech, 4-4, 245, Ploquemlne. Guards—Brad Hamilton, Southwestern Louisiana, 4-1, 212, lunlor, Wauker.ha, WIs.; and Ronnie Frederic, SLC, i-lli 185, lunlor, St. Amont. Center—Paul Clark, Tech, 5-11, 210, lunlor, Shreveport. „ Quarterback-Billy Lolrd, Tech, 6-0, 170, senior, Shreveport. . „ Bocks—Merlin Walet, McNeese, 6-0, 210, senior, Lorcauvllle; Robert Brunei, TKh. 6-0, IPS, sophomor*, Lorole-Culofi; ana Harry Nunez, SLC, 5-9, 180, senior, MotalrlB. Second Untf Ends—Paul Guldry, McNeesi, 4-3, 214, senior, Breaux Bridge; and Leonard Kleinpeter, USL, 5-7, 245, lunlor, Notchl- toches; and Al Toups, USL, 4-2, 215, senior, Houma.. Guards—Erroll Eschdfe, McNeese, 5-11, 189, senior, Houma; and Eddie Mltlel- bronne, NSC, 5-10, 195, junior. New Orleans. Center—Phil Dabbs, USL, M, 219, senior, Bessemer, Ala. Quarterback-Bill Bayard, USL, 5-7, 170, lunlor, New Iberia. Bocks—Lonny Price, USL, 4-0, 198, senior, Baton Rouga; James Aymond, NSC, 5-10, 185, senior, Pinevllle; and Gerald Landry, USL, 4-0, 182, [imlor, New Or were unanimous flections- Dietrich, Guidry, Esahete, Andrews, Walet, BoudMux, Hamilton and Frederic. .,..* J,ls Charger, ««!« D.Grav.lte, U i— -. . . K-ums 4l)-yard 11) throw in Fumbiw lost third ii&nod, which had '(-•(I the' S;in Diego lead to Yaroi penalized 23 1/4 1 75 . Southeastern La. Codes* Lo. Tech INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 7. Ed Woft, NW, 13:52 2. Paul Trjeman, NW, U:M 3. Howard Trahon, USL, 14'09 4. Tad Price, NE, 14:10 5. Ted Jackson, McNeese, 14.17 6. Louis Maralst, USL, 14:22 7. Brendan Mlnlhan, La. Tech, 14:27 8. Curtis James, USL, 14:42 9. Tony Ward, Northwestern, 14:47 10. Jim Camhout, SE, 14:49 11. Bob Dutalo, NW, 14:50 12. Bobby Felder, McNeese, 14:53 13. Mike Smith, USL, 14:55 14. Jos Pelaflflue, McNees«, 15:00 15. Jim Bodln, NE, 15:02 !«. Tim Poston, NW, 15:05 17. Tom Brown, NE, 15:OS 13. John Colllouerfe, SE, 15:25 19. Mlkd Marolst, USL, 15:26 20. John Burleson, SE, 15:28 2). Clayton Smith, McNeese, 15:34 22. Mlk» Robortj, Northeast, 15:50 23. Billy Brousse, Southeastern, 15:57 24. Cull/ Warren, Northeast, 15:58 25. Tony Franovlch, SE, 16:05 24. Jos Sautello, SE, 16:08 27. Jeff Rowderi . 96 .134 PAUL GUIDRY Defensive End leans. Ends—Earl DEFENSE Rrst Unlf Dleterlch, SLC, 6-0, 196, senior, Amlte) and Paul Guldry, McNeese, 6-3, 214, senior, Breaux Brldi Tackles—Preston Holller, Northeast, i acsiea— rresion nonter, r*anncasi, 6*1, 2!2, senior. Sulphur; and Dan Irby, Tech, 6-1, 250, senior, Tallulah. Guards—Eroll Eschelte, McNeese, 5-11, 189, senior, Terrebonne; and Nolan Sharon, ULS 539,'' 195, junior, Ploquemlne. Linebacker—Billy Andrews, gslc, 6-0, 190, junior, Clinton; ond Felix Simon, McNeese, 6-1, 174, lunlor, Rayne. Halfbacks— Dwlght Sevln, USL, 6-2, 185, sophomore, Chauvln; and Alton Thomaj, Northeast, 5-11, 170, lunlor, Shreveport. ?' Safety—Tony Ber, McNeese, 5-10, 175, [unlor, Houma; and Al Dodd, NSC, Mi 175, lunlor Marrero. Second Unit Ends—Herble LeBlonc, USL, M, 1«, sophomore, New Iberia; and Guy Harvey, USL, 5-10, 190, lunlor, Raceland. Tackles—Jim Brennon, USL, 6-3, 220, sophomore, New Orleans; ond Sumter, Northeast, 6-0, 220, Ronnie lunlor. Guards—Lawrence Nugent, NSC, 5-11, 219, Junior, Shreveport; and H»nry Andrews, SLC, 5-11, 185, senior, Clinton. Linebackers—Bob McKlnnon, Tech, 6-0 220, Junior, Junction City; and Jo« Peace, Tech, 6-2, 215, sophomore, Sicily Island. Halfbacks—Charlla Whitney, SLC, 5-«, 180, lunlor, Grommercy; ana Jim Stringer, Tech, 6-0, 170, sophomore, Vldalla. * * * FEBIX SIMtON Linebacker MERLIN WALET Oulslanding Back ERROL ESCHETE Outstanding Lineman TONY BER- Defensive Back . ti, PA; David Hakey, LCj Joe Klein, Li 23. Nick Wright, NW, 14:12 Blalne Rus«ll, DeQ; Gary Hidalgo f-P; „ j R Lo Tech 16 . 2S 0d '" 30. Ronnie Broussard, La. Tech, 16:27 Luke DelarosaT PA/.KeJIy^ Brooks, g;!31. Steve Massle, USL, 16:28 3?. Bob Holllday, USL, 16:29 , Ron Hopener, FP; Robert Brlckenofl, B; John LaPlerre, L. S'.uthcoKUTii Conference offi- <!;i;- i;i the qarne were Referee '••;:'tri\- Cwih, Linesman A. C. v. :in:ims Jr, Hack Judge Paul HK!.:., and Russell Lyons, ci'-ftrii- duck operator. The oth- j- •••••'• Umpire Antho he \ul druSMMg ('oach Doug Dickey it the most exciting, iorn-hchind victory tie iladl's 13 completions in 19 attempts netted 2-';*i yards aid three touchdowns for the AFL's NII 1 passer. Alworth was his favorite target, catching seven KIS-^S for H7 vards and the two Hearing on Doe Season Is Cancelled Abruptly NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Joe lone-day season only, Franklin a Hair Jr., director of the Louisi- five-day season and both had IIIM.t t : F _ .^ _. ..] I^I^Un^Ir, r. I ' . , 33. Buizy Buckner< Lo. Tech/ 16:30 34. Leo Baltozar, NW, 14:37 35. Gayle Ashley, La. Tech, 16:4? 34. Danny Craver, McNeeoe, 16:54 37. Bobby Sutler. McNeese, 17:22 .18. Corr McClendon, l.o. Tech, 17:25 39. Foster Kordisch, McNeese, V7:4? Wild Life and Fisheries j Ulc scheduled . l ik ' led 1R ot 4I '" " Ia 8 |iwj ,™ « 179 Uirw ., scheduled earlier"in! hearing dale, the day on a move to block doe ] |j e KS -^ ne dm- hum ing in two north Lou- j f errc( j iMana parishes had been can coin- ( .,j w j. « >nlercep Tiir rliargiTs tour, a riv)/ <iin:; 24-0 lead when safety Ff-n'iv Graham pilfered Na- Hair, nriih'--< first pass of the .second Bearing was called off a ter two and rotm-ncd it 51 yards for i legislators from 1-ranklm and bwn. After the he would have pre- hearing to determine the commission's legal right to set a hunting season in game management areas. a'f Entries Sought For Vallery Smokes San Felice Now. "\\-' woe down four times in the u;i'iu'. but those kids mi'nii't fnc up," Dickey said. i hopr we can get them back IM iMith by class time Monday. only scor- In last minutes, wheni, .M:- were behind and on defense, (Miarterback Dewey Warren 'unit'd t/> me and said, 'Don't v urry. i:oadi, we'll get it in Warren then moved his learn « >ards in (he nine p!a. •ilungf.'d over from me c ":u lollflwloWfl. Morehouse parishes withdrew | off N'irnath Iwtmced! their request for a restraining 1 'order to block doe hunting in : , .. _. the Chicago Mills State Game j tfQSketball r/Oy Management area in their par-; ishes. ; Basketball teasns interested ""•I, ,.n Lhe next series Had! Rc-p. Lantz Womairk of Frank-1 in participating in this year's ,,nniV,-,.d w'th his 46-vard -cor-: lin Parish and sen. VV. Spencer i Lake Charles recreation Com- l StoAlvodh Myri'-k of Morehouse Parish | missioned program should file Tl«"Vi'urfitrs also reli/^d on i withdrew their complaint | entry this corning week. tlie iuunt'-iK "f Keith Lincoln to|Thursday, Hair said, making! Managers should file their the Jets I UK hearing unnecessary. j teams a t (he Second Avenue )IrT ramnaed over from Hair said their suit, aimed at center, 1530 Fifth Street. th" New York one oft the first preventing the commission from Holidays are for "AFTER SIX"... When it comes to for mo I die .", nothing can compare \villi ilo comfort, fit, and styling of cin Af-flR SIX de-sign. Fohn, t ••), aio the finest . . . luxuriously showing olf every r>lo< AFU'R SIX detail. Slop in nnd go formal ' 65.00 The center will be closed ecfiiid quarter to I setting a doe deer season in j Monday and Tuesday because .rnniu; He carried Jet j their parishes, actually arcom- j of a state recreation convention -: on two cip'ht-yard runs; plished the they sought j but will be open for entries the first nw'iod t-nded to' because they had earlier ob-1 Wednesday through Friday. (lie *-ore a temporary Ivors' bccoad sewing j order blocking a doe season "It was unbdieveable," Dkk-Uinve wan launched when Gra- in their areas. ey . f intercepted a Nam?4h pass; f Hair said Morehioufte had a Practice games wOl start before the Cliristmas holidays and regular league play will begin the first week of January. Yttllery "At last, eays Ted Yallery of Lake Charles, "someone ha* finally come up with a dgar that's mild enough BO I can emoke four or live in a day and rtill enjoy them." The incredible mildness uu't the only thing Ted Vallery Hkea about Sou Felice. Ho lakes the price, too. 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