The Terre Haute Tribune from Terre Haute, Indiana on January 15, 1967 · Page 56
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54 T. H. TRIBUNE-STAR. Sunday, Jan. 15, 67 Bob Goalby Holds Five-Stroke Advantage SOUR NOTE — Karl S hop tan, quarterback of the Detroit I.ions, has lost a divorce suit to his 21 year-old wife, a former Playboy Club “Bunny,” in Detroit court. Snorting Around Continued From Page 49. ing linemen which w a v he wants to move and his guardians shift with him, right, left or center. Stram is the only coach the Chiefs have ever had, starting with some NFL rejects and unwanted college boys when the AFL was formed in I960. Just as in Lombardi's case, Stram has made the team in his image. Now, the house man and the plunger will play each other for the biggest ^stakes pro football has ever offered. Varied Views However, some trenchant wits claim anything might happen, citing that the AFL and NFL players attended the same basket weaving classes in college. Other theorists believe the Packers will mop lip the grandstand with the Chiefs at the half time. National League boosters’ neutrality is called obvious— something like that of Red China in the war in Vietnam. Different Footballs There will be two different types of footballs for the game. The National League football Is easier to kick and rounder in shape. The American League football is a quarter of an inch longer and has longer laces than its counterpart; its points are sharper and players find it easier to pass. When K.C. is on offense, the American League football w ill be used. When Green Bay goes on the attack, the Na- DO YOU NEED (CAR CARE?) 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Sanders, flamboyant in an attire of snow white and babyj^nice crampton blue. went six under pari <;er('rer ir5fer through the first 11 holes butl?4«* lost his chipping edge in the 17th and 18th for costly bogies, j Geiberger. the reigning PGA| champion, meanwhile, had an almost flawless round with no bogies and four birdies. Tied at 206 were a half dozen regular tour players — Sieve Spray with a 66; Frank Beard 67: Gay Grewer 68; Dave Hill 69; Art Wall Jr. 70. and Randy Glover 74 Bobby Nichols 69-71-70210 69-70-71 210 68-71-71 210 72-65-73—210 66-70-74—210 Long Schedule For Coasters SEATTLE i API — A 148 game baseball schedule, opening April 14 and closing Sept. 4. was announced Saturday by tjie SAN DIEGO, ( alif < \P> Third round s< ores Saturday in the S66.000 San I HClfiC Coast league. Die(?o Open Golf Tournament over the OnpninP rJ-iv par 71 Stardust Country Club course: - Fcuiu*; uj \, Bob Goalby Dous Sanders A1 Geiberger tional League ball will be in the game. See No Rout The odds — 8 points to 13 points, favoring the Packers — indicate that the game should not be a runaway. Green Bay does not come at the opposition with any hokey-pokey. They come right out to their foes with tremendous execution. Bart Starr is understand ably grateful to Vince Lombardi. “He made me a foot- i b; M player, because I sure wasn’t one whin I came here,” claims the National League’s most valuable player this past season. “And he’s made a few other : people on this ball club, too.” asserts the veteran quarterback. Dallas Cowboy Coach Tom Landry thinks Kansas City has a chance, but admits: “1 1 know what Green Bay can do, and no team in football can beat you in so many different ways as the Packers.” j Chicago Bears' Coach i George Halas thinks the game should be close because Kansas City displayed a tight defense all season. He believes the basic difference in the two loops during their early rivalry was the disparity in defenses, which is no longer true. Sits On Bench The Chiefs are big. Aaron Brown, 6-5, 265-pound All- American end from the U. of Minnesota, w'ho played his senior season with a broken jaw, was paid S450.000 to sign. But he stiil can’t dent the Chiefs’ starting line-up. He is a reserve defensive end and tackle. There is a significant dif ferenoe between the Chiefs and Packers, though, and 1 hat’s the amount of pro experience. The average Kansas City offensive starter has played 4.9 years of pro football, the average Packer regular 7.6 years. On defense, the Chiefs are just as youthful, with an average of 4.8 years per man. The Green Bay average is 6 years. In the offensive line, K. C. has no one with more than seven years in pro ball. There is only one Packer with fewer than nine, second year Center Bill Curry. Comedy, Tragedy The Chiefs have become a curious combination of comedy and tragedy in the seven short years they have been in existence. Twice death has struck the Tommy Bolt Steve Spray- Frank Beard Dave Hill Gay Brewer Art Wall Bandy Glover Terry Dili Pete Brown Ken Still Bob Charles .laeky Cupil Ronnie Reiff Chris Blocker Hugh Rover .lohn Sehlee Charles Coody iielie Littler Dudley W’ysong Tommy Aaron Dave Hart Bill Casper Dick Lytle Terry Wilcox Joel Goldstran Gardner Dickinson Ray Floyd Bill Eiinioki Jack Rule Bill Martindale Rex Baxter Dave Stockton Charles Courtney Kermit Zartey Frank Boynton Indiapolis. 68-64-68 —200 will be at Hawaii. Denver at Oklahoma City, Tulsa at Phoe- t>9-09*0/—210 o i , r,, 67-68-70-205 nix, Spokane at Portland, laco- ma a* San Diego and Vancouver 71*0o-t>/ — 2Ub . ~ at Seattle Seattle won the league title last year in a playoff with Tulsa. champion in the Eastern Division The 12-member PCI., calk'd the biggest geographically in professional baseball, stretches 71 . 69 - 68-208 over four time zones. 70-69-69— 208 70-69-69—208 69-68-69—206 66-72-68-206 71 65 70-206 65-67-74-206 71-70-66- 207 71-69-67—207 71-68-68- 207 69-70-68-207 *>9-70-68-207 68-68-71—207 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Olti- cials for Sunday’s Super Bowl game with number, league af filiation and regular job: Referee (10)—Norm Schachter (NFL). Alfred University, high school principal. Ix>s Angeles. Umpire i 20> — George Young (AFL). Georgia, utility company employe, Waukegan, 111. Linesman (30)—Bernie Ulman (NFL), Maryland, president pharmaceutical company, Baltimore. Back Judge (40)—Jack Reader (AFL). Holy Cross, finance company. Edison. N.J. Field Judge (30)—Mike Lisetski (\FL). Muhlenberg. Board of Education, North Hampton. Pa Line Judge (60) — At Sabata (AFL). Cincinnati. Board of Education Cincinnati. The alternates are: Referee Art McNally (11). (NFL); umpire Paul Trepinski (21) (AFL); linesman Burl Toler (31) (NFL); back judge Charles Musser (41) (AFL); field judge Herman Rohrig (51) (NFL); lino iudge Harrv Kessel (61) ( AFL). The Elmira Pioneers won the Eastern League pennant by 20 games over Pawtucket and Pittsfield who tied for second place. Elmira is a Baltimore Oriole farm team. Ferrari Out to Stop Ford In Daytona Continental By BEN FUNK DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Silver-haired genius of the automotive world, looms large again over the world’s road racing courses he ruled so long. Less than a year after ho surrendered the sports car championship to Ford — and indicated that he was through in world competition — Ferrari is com ing back with a vengeance. Three and perhaps four brand new, 200-mile an hour Fesraris will snarl out to challenge Ford Feb. 4-5 when the battle for the 1967 crown begins in the 24 hour Continental race at Daytona Speedway. In shakeout runs over the speedway’s, twisting road course last month, the blood-red Italian cars shattered the lap records by averaging 120 miles an hour and hitting better than 200 on the straights. Last year, Fords ran 1-2-3 in the Continental and Ferrari a poor fourth as the American factory launched a campaign that brought the world title to this nation for the first time in the modern era. Ferrari then was the last of the big European ear makers to excel in the brutal arena of road racing. Maserati, Jaguar and other giants had dropped out one by one. And after the defeat in the Continental, Ferrari said he was losing the fight to stand off the U.S. steamroller. He told the Americans they wmuld ‘'find the road open to success” and that he would thereafter enter only one car in each race as a token to maintain technical contacts. But the sly Italian fox already was laying his plans for a counter attack in 1967. Driving two new 330 P4 prototypes now entered in the Continental will be four aces, Chris Amon of New Zeland, Mike Parkes of England and Lorenzo Bandnu and Ludovico Searfiotti of Italy. Ferrari is putting together a third prototype and will enter it if ready. Still another of the cars has been put into the lists by Luigi Chinetti, Ferrari’s North American distributor, and will be driven by Mexico's Pedro Rodriguez. Ford will meet the Ferrari assault with Mark II and J prototypes also capable of topping 200 m.p.h., and has enlisted drivers from six nations. Nine of the 15 Ford pilot$ will be Americans. Heading the team is Dan Gurney, who is considered by many the best road racer in the world. Gurney’s American teammates are Llovd Ruby, co- wunner of the last two Continentals; Mario Andretti. U.S. Auto ¡Club national champion; A.J. iFoyt, two-time winner of the ’Indianapolis 500, Richie Ginther. Mark Donohue. Ronnie Bucknum. Peter Revson and Skip Scott, Elorde Think Of Retirement MANILA (AP) - Flash Elorde. the onetime bootblack who became a millionaire through his using earnings and investments, said Saturday he defi nitely will retire from boxing this year. ‘‘I may not fight any more,” said the world junior lightweight champion, “hut if I do it will be at the most two more title defenses ” Elorde won the 130-pound di vision title nearly seven years ago and has defended it 10 limes. He will be 32 on March 25. 72-70-67—209 68 75-66- 209: 73-69-67—209 j 71-70-68—209 ! 69-72-68- 209 70-70 69—209 72-68-69—209 j 71 69-69—209 74-66-71 — 209 70.68-71-209 69-75-68—210 68-74-b8 210 71 - 71 - 68-210 72-70-68 -210 72-70-68-210 68-73-69- 210 69-71 70—210 roster of (he Kansas City team. Three times, others have almost lost their life as disaster seemed to take a grim delight in stalking the Chiefs. Today the team includes a one-eyed tight end, a guard with a niece of metal covering a hole in his head, a Texas hermit, the unofficial hand wrestling champion of the world, and a 287-pound tackle who insists he can out eat any man in the land. Lost Eye Tragedy began stabbing the Chiefs almost from the day they quit Dallas and shifted to Kansas City in 1963. Durin that year. Stone Johnson died of a broken neck in an exhibition game. Last year, fullback Mack Lee Hill died on the operating table while undergoing minor knee surgery. Tight end Fred Arbanas was attacked on a Kansas City street and took such a vicious beating that he lost the sight of his left eye. Guard Ed Budde was slugged from behind by an unknown mugger, and left for dead one dark night. Both have since made it back to the lineun, Budde with a meta! plate still covering his wound. It would have seemed by then tragedy would have tired of its grim game. Decapitated But last summer on the way to camp, defensive tackle Ed Lothamcr was almost decapitated in an auto accident and only recently made it out of the hospital. But in spite of all this, the Chiefs have remained a band of swashbucklers who still find an impish delight in « small boy’s game that has become a grown man’s pot of gold. Headrick, the champagne kid, is the acknowledged head stuntman for the team, but he has considerable unsolicited help in the hilarity department from such as E. J. Holub and Fred Williamson. Holub is a tobacco-chewing Texas homesteader whose off­ season delight is his ranch where he has stoutly resisted all modern conveniences, although he did permit a phone in the place last year. Mod Dresser Williamson, a defensive back, is the dandy of the lot, a mod dresser with the supreme confidence that he is best in his business. Tockle Buck Buchanan’s gastronomic achievements are such that his teammates often group around and w'atch in awe as he wipes out an entire training table, down to the last mashed potato And guard Curt Merz can whip anybody in the house at hand wrestling. OUT THEY G01 XTS All-Season 36-MONTH GUARANTEE • XTS is our finest f rui tion Tire • 1-1*/v fin von (. onl Jor smooth ride • Extremely quiet at highway speeds • Extra tread for longest mileage Pin- $ 1.6 I I t-ilt-iül Kxci«*» l ux (>.50x13 T ubeless tílarkwall No Trade-in Required Blackwall Tubeless XTS TIRE Sizes to fit most ears. 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