Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 24, 1977 · Page 8
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 24, 1977
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Supreme Court could affect non-resident hunting fe NEW YORK (AP) — The Mont,, attorney representing <* the American Cm) liberties ^ Ram? reserves If he wins -revivefees "Goe^.exols'ned ruled la^t A fh ^~~^ 'J.$. Supreme Coort to eipected Don*Jd Moris and David Lee of Union. Goete Mid. "! see it as "'•'-' m*iur how you look at it ^he Montana case is similar Merim was Jfht^ •» >, as a setback since New Mexico, hint elk in Montana, fi I«WIIO B rf»r-UiAn mnrm Ikarf I >W< C*tmn Ul«r< »«^ t ^..t.. s n.u»ii««« *1 , i..ii iii--_.(,- ._ »V.« .-~.t ~» 4™..-) j .„.»,.., ' . ! .. ." suiHiar .ne«C J was W1J101 IIS ngTilS to IT UK 6 Montana, (10€Sn't reQUire niv/^hoec (V,o eTWi „,,! NEW YORK (AP) - The Supreme Coort to eip«ted iwue a decision soon thM cntild sffect non-resident hunting fees In virtually every Mat* 5 A d«'r wiofi fsvorifig ihe rights of steles to have much higher lifc-a 8 -!' fees for non-resfdentg than for cexidcrits won't please hunting enthusiasts who Uvc <Ajtsidc the n«i ion's most plentiful K«rrif ,«t»!c,*. On the other hand, if the hij?h <• <«rt rules otherwise. residents of Western Rlfitfis like Montana, Wyoming snd Colorado fear a growth in ntm-rrsldent hunting Mont,, attorney representing Donald Moris end Dirvld Lee of Ufce Elmo, Minn., and Lester Baldwin. * hunting guide from Mefrose, Mont., in their suit against the Montana Fish and Game Department. Hr-pr"%ent- ing the Game Departm- -«'$ case is Washington-based at'-.r ney Paul l>nrjnt, » staff lawyer of the International Association of Fish, Game and Conservation (xjrnmiss loners. In a re rent interview in New York, where he was attending a meeting of the National Board of the Amerirsn Civil liberties Union. Grx:tz said, "I see it as a question of civil liberties. In this case, hurnan rights are more important than environ- rr<( IT til qijpt.ijf...r,.«; Ix-n-l.-itf moral ,<njpjxjrt to G<x-><2' effort is a small group of hunting outfitters, the Montana Outfitters Action Group. Its rnemtxTs feel the high out- of-stale license fees are threatening their livelihoods GoeU dors n't see a major onslaught rrf non-residents descending on Montana to deplete game rajppJies and the environment as well. The cane is an appeal of n IWfi federal district court split derision upholding the right of Montana to charge non-resident hmtera big game combination license fees of $225 while Montana residents pay only a fraction of that amount to hunt elk, (Jeer and gameblrdii, and to fish. JumcftGoctz la the Bozcman, Hope Star sports I'agc Light •** Saturdav. Dccpmhrr ?i i'n ie predicts Irish, OU tabbed My Mtij<ir ArnoN B. liooplc I'atlwr of thr How IN [•'.ijiul, friends,the Howl Committcc.s hnvc knff- K.'iff done IhciriHt-lves proud this yc.'ir with no lt-s« than nine of tin- Million's Top Ten Mjundf, secirttf nctlori ovi.-f t hi! elon^Htcd New Year's weekend! And the ;H-|,UIII |)i (Jini.se;, (o be fierce! l-e.'idiiif! »'f the outstnnd- ioi'. Iwwl parade will be the GIItor extrawi^nny.ii, Friday nin'.lit, Dec. 30, fenturlnK No. 0 I'ittsburnh .'Mjnin.'it No. 10 f.'lfinson. Tin; torrid (iction will runlinuc rlfjht on Ihioiic.li the weekend wind- itij; up with the Oklahoitui- Arkiinsas ineetinK under the li/{hls of Miami's venerable Oninue Howl on Monday, •lanuary 2, Jove! 'Twill be enough football to satifify even the •/.atiie.st (odtbiill nuts among you um-kumph! The 10 participating teams have a combined average of '/!)«, with 139 victories, only »b losses and two tics. U-ad- IM)^ the parade is mighty Texas, the only undefeated major team in the nation, with an 11-0 Uilly. I'Yatural in center ring — •vo to speak will be the Cotton, Sugar and Orange Howls where six of the top Hr.ht clubs will see action. And from the winners of ttu-.sc three contests will most assuredly come the nation's No.l team for 1977. Me re are the matchups in these big games: Texas (No.l) vs. Notre name (No.5) Alabama (No. 3) vs. Ohio State (No.B) Oklahoma (No.2) vs. Arkansas (No.fi) Michigan, No.4 in the rat- iri{;s going into the wirulup of the Bowl Season, plays unranked Washington in the famed Hose Bowl. Penn State, No.7. played Arizona •State in the Fiesta Bowl on Christmas Uay. How does the Hoople System see these games? Head on! Monday, Jan. 2 Cotton Bowl at Dallas Notre Dame 31, Texas 24 Tin- biggest game of the bowl season with Notre Dame having a shot at the national title if they can score an impressive victory over the undefeated, high- scaring Ixmghprns. The field will be covered with stars of major magni- Uide. starting with Texas' Karl Campbell, winner of the Heisinan Trophy and the nation's leading rusher for !!>V7. Aiding and abetting Campbell will be All-America tackle Brad Shearer, n Kciuor who checks in at 6 feet 1 and 255 pounds. Notre Dame can counter with such authentic All- Aim-ricans as Ken McAfee and Hoss Browner, voted the country's outstanding offensive and defensive linemen respectively. Other N.D. All- Americans include Luther Bradley, Willie Fry, Bob <jolk- and Ernie Huges. Jove, what a celestial display ! Hated a toss-up, the statistics show the reason. Texas has limited 11 opponents to 91.1 yards per game rushing; the Irish have held their 1) foes to only 89.1 yards per game on the ground. On offense, Texas has amassed an average of 436.8 yards per game, while Notre Dame has clicked for 440 yard;* per contest in running their record for the year to After digesting all pertinent information the Hoople Computer glvo.i the edge to Notre Dnmc by a narrow seven-point margin — providing the Irish play four quarters of wolid football. Any letdown on their part find Campbell and Company will make the Texas record 12-0 — har-umph! The winner of this contest should merit the No.l ranking. Orange Bowl at Miami Oklahoma 37, ArknnNOK 24 When the lights come on at the Orange Bowl to start the game, the big ones in the Cotton Bowl and the Sugar Bowl will be history. And if Notre whipped Texas and Ohio State upended Alabama, the Sooncrs and the Razorbacks will be shooting for the national crown. Going into the game they both arc 10-1, with losses to Texas the only blemishes on their records. In two weeks running, Texas took Oklahoma, 13-6, and then Arkansas, 13-9. Since the loss to Texas, Oklahoma has played flawless football in running up 249 points in six straight wins. Arkansas has been only slightly less spectacular amassing 189 points while winning six in a row. In five years al the helm in Oklahoma, Barry Switzcr has a remarkable record of 51 victories, 4 defeats and 2 tics and has probably his best Sooner team ever, piloted by Tommy lx)tt, whom he calls the best quarterback he's ever coached. Oklahoma is the leading rushing team In the country, grinding out 329 yards per game and this should be enough to give them the win in a fairly free-scoring contest. Should the game get really close keep your eyes on premier field goal kickers Steve Little of Arkansas, who has booted 19 three- pointers this year, and Uwe Von Schamann of Oklahoma who has chipped in with 14 field goals in 1977, including the last second effort which whipped Ohio State. Your correspondent can't think of a more fitting matchup to ring down the curtain on the 1977 season. Happy New Year to you all. Sugar Bowl at New Orleans Alabama 28, Ohio State 26 One of the best games of the day featuring two fine- football teams and two of the acknowledged coaching gen- iuses in ino history of football, In 32 years a.% a head coach, Paul "Bear" Bryant of Alabama, has rolled up on amazing record of 272 victories, 76 losses and 1C ties. In his 31 seasons as headman Woody Hayes has an equally remarkable record of 321 wins, 07 defeats and 9 ties. That's a combined total of 503 victories and this game will mark the first time they've ever met across the field. Since being shocked early In the season by Nebraska, the Crimson fide of Alabama rolled over nine opponents to finish the year 10-1. Ohio State has lost a pair of tough ones to No.3 Oklahoma by one point and to No.4 Michigan by eight in racking up a 9-2 season. Alabama and Ohio State both like to do it on the gound and have evenly matched offensive clubs. The Tide has averaged 410.7 yards per contest, while the Bucks are only a shade behind at 413.8 yards per game. In a squeaker, we look for Alabama's Johnny Davis and Oz/.ie Newsome to outscore the Bucks' Ron dcrald and Ron Springs. Rose Bowl at Pasadena Michigan 35. Washington 20 The Grandaddy of the Bowls finds Michigan loaded for bear and anxious to reverse its recent Hose Bowl record. In the past eight years Bo Schcmbcchler has taken the Wolverines to Pasadena three times and lost 'em all. To Southern Cal, 10-3, in 1970 , to Stanford, 13-12 in 1972 and to Southern Cal again ast year, 14-45. So this year Washington is going to have to pay the price! The Wolves are 10-1 for the year and appear to this observer to have too many guns for the Washington Huskies. Both teams were victimized by Minnesota, who ambushed Michigan 16-0, and took the measure of the Huskies 19-17. Both teams know how to reach the goal me but the feeling here is the Michigan defense will spell the difference as the Wolves win by 15 points. Bluebonnct Bowl at Houston So. California 24, Texas A&M 21 I'each Bowl at Atlanta Iowa St. 27, No. Carolina St. 21 Gator Bowl at Jacksonville Clemson 22, Pittsburgh 20 — solunar tables The schedule of Solunar Periods, as printed below, has TARIP ^ 6 D, RiChard Alden ^^^ SOLUNAR LnH , •, y ° Ur days so """ - vou wil1 »* fis W"K in good territory or hunting in good cover during these tones, if you wish to find the best sport that each day has Date Dec. 24 Dec. 25 Dec. 26 Dec. 27 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 1 Day Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday A.M. Minor Major P.M. 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