Dec. 11, 1967
Dec. 11, 1967

Table of Contents
Dec. 11, 1967

Socko Hockey
Coming-Out Parties
Jimmy Ellis' Show
  • He was always the other heavyweight from Louisville. Saturday he emerged from the shadow of Muhammad Ali, ignored some advice from his former boss and used his own devices to beat Oscar Bonavena

Bloody Sail
College Football
Cross Country
Chili Fix
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Harry Prince, soccer goalie for the State University of New York at Stony Brook, Long Island, set a school record with six shutouts in 11 games, while holding opponents to only four goals (two of them penalty shots) and leading the Patriots to an 8-1-2 season.

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Ron (Po) James, a 6', 195-pound senior halfback for the New Brighton (Pa.) High School Lions with a total offense of 2,238 yards, led his team to its first unbeaten season when he scored 200 points in 10 games on 29 touchdowns and 26 extra points.

Nancy Sowell, a sophomore at Murray State University, out-shot 100 male and female sharpshooters at the Kentucky State Rifle Championship in Lexington. Ky. and beat George Bartlett of Owensboro, Ky. by one point with a total 1,132 out Of 1,200.

Jonathan Tani, 20, a University of Hawaii black belt, accumulated 66 points to win individual honors over teammate Edward Fujiwara (63½) at the National Collegiate Invitational Karate Championships in Berkeley, Calif. Hawaii also took the team title.

Frank Lagotic, a senior distance runner at the University of Florida, boosted his string of victories to 14 by winning the SEC Cross-country Championships in Birmingham with a four-mile course record of 18:47.8—breaking the mark set two years ago.

Jerry Hansen, a Minneapolis stockbroker, drove his Lola-Chevy to the national sports car racing class C title at the American Road Race of Champions in Daytona. In qualifying Hansen turned in the fastest lime ever recorded at the speedway (194.80 mph).