The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1952 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX Sharp-Shooting Milan, Tenn v Overpowers Chicks, 73-54 BI,YTHEVIU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DEC. 13, 1952 A sharp-shooting Milan, Teu'n., team'got the range last night and grabbed n racehorse 73-54 decision from Blytheville in the Chickasaws' first game of the season. A f»r heller than average crowd was on hand at Haley Field gymnasium to see the Chicks slay with the talented visitors until a third- quarter lapse. In the nights' opener, the Chick Bees lost a 54-37 game to Armorel. Shot distribution was nearly *qua), hut the big difference Iny In th« (act, thnt Milan hit for nearly 50 per cent while Illythe- vllle wasn't nearly that good. The Chicks missed 21 free throws, MDnn crrert on only seven. Milan held a 14-12 edge of the «nd of the first period due mainly to free throws, Mosler !I"s Tommy Mosley tied It «p with IMS lhan one minute gone In the Kcond period and seconds Inter Johnny O'Brien put Ihe Chicks ahead, 16-14. With 5:30 left In the half. Mosley brought the Chicks tip to 24-20 »nd with only two minutes left, Red Childress pushed one through to bring Blythevlllc to the short side of n 30-27 score. But Milan, led by dead eye Char- He Mayo racked lip eight points In those final minutes while the Chicks were getting only four and Milan left the court with a 38-31 halftlme lead. Blylhevllle scored only seven points In the third period while Milan, wllh Mayo really warming «o the task, got 1C and the Chicks trailed hopelessly, 54-38 going Into the final period. Chicks Rally With only 1:30 remri!r.!:iR. Blythc- vllle stormed back, due mainly to the shooting of Mosley and O'Brien at the free throw mark, to ponr 1n seven points while Milan could get only three. Everything considered, the CWcks looked good In losing their opener. Milan has averaged 71 points per game and was participating In their fifth contest of the season. Mosley showed n lot of speed and hustle. He was the Chicks' hli-h, •corer with 17 points. Mqntrc* Holland and Red chll- dresi wera good most of the time under the- boards. Holland grabbed off 14 rebounds, more than any one Milan man and Childress had almost as many. Tonight, the Chicks journey to Jackson, Tenn., where they take on the- Golden Bears, a team which figured to be as potent as Milan. Next Tuesday. Blytheville will tntertajn Tech High of Memphis nt Hnley Field gymnasium. The Chick Bees showed a distinct lack of seasoning In their contest with Armorel, a good class B team which has played more than a half dozen games. Armorel held n 28-16 rmlftlme margin and led 35-27 at the end cf the third quarter. But .thanks mainly to the rebounding and shooting elforts of Sophomore Danny Cobb. the Bees pulled up to within six points of Armorel with 4:30 left In the final period wlun the scoro stood at 38-32. Cobb led the Bees with 13 points and Charles Hall was second high with 10. Richard Bradshaw, steady Armorel center, poured 24 points through while Jerry Dyer had 11 for the winners. IT \VAS GOOD — Tommy Mosley's set shot is awaited under the boards by BlythcvilicV Red Childress (55) and Milan's Tsitum (CO). (Courier News I'holoj Blytheville Childrcss 12 Taylor Holland 11 Mosley 17 O'Brien II I'os. F F C a a Milan B. Tatum 1 Mayo 23 Hatlcy 18 Baker 8 Holt 10 Substitutes: Blytheville — Gentry 2, Hays. Prlvett. Hill, Michael; Milan — R. Tatum 3, Trobaugli 2, Maddox, 2. Blytheville II Pos Charles Hall 10 F Michael 4 p Edgmon 2 C Clarence Hall 3 G Hyde 4 G Substitutes: Blytheville — West 1, Shanks. Fisher, Vail. Black, Cobb 13, Langston. Armnrel Aslimore 4 Dyer 11 Brndshaw 24 Camion 74. Dixon 10 Read Courier News Classified Ads. Saxton Fight Draws Protest Commission to Ask Matchmaker of IBC To Explain' By JACK NEW YORK Ml _ The boxing director of the International Box- Ing Club was asked to appear at Ihe New York State Athletic Commission Monday to discuss future matchmaking policy after last night's one-round knockout win by Johnny Saxton at Madison Square Garden. Harry Markson, IBC official, was is-kcd to come down to the com- 7iission by Chairman Bob Chrlst- cnbcrry, who watched at ringside when Cuban Rao! Perez was counted out In 2:54 of Ihe first round illcr taking a rlght-,left combination to the body. U'ho Approved H And the state chairman also wants to know who In his own organization approved the Saxlon- Perez match. He said after the fight he would seek that Information Monday. Christenberry saitl he had been assured by Dr. Ira McCown and Dr. Alexander Schitf thnt Saxton's blows caused sufficient pain to nusc a knockout. The 20-year-old Cuban crumpled unexpectedly and collapsed near [he ropes -without warning. Saxton had thrown a right to the body and then followed with a left hook. Dr. McCown, who examined Perez IB the dressing room, sale! the left was a solar plexus punch that caused a "mild abdominal trauma." The fighter quickly recovered. Can't Find Opponent Saxton, winner of 34 straight pro fights, just can't seem to make a big hit in his home town. He wa? involved In two unsatisfactory fights with Livio Minelli and Lester Felton last winter, winning both. Perez, n 5-1 underdog, simply collapsed^ completely before Sax ton hardly got warmed up In his latest outing. The small gathering of 3,GB6, paying $11.264 nnd the much larger network television audience, saw very little action until Ihe sudden ending. Dr. Vincent Nardielln of the commission examined the stricken Pereziin the ring and said he was "sort of paralyzed." '" ''-'< •' Snxlon's camp said they were working on a return bout with Ralph ITiger) Jones of Yonkers, N. Y., who lost a split decision to Sa.xtou nl St. Nicholas Arena Oct. 3. They were talking about Milwaukee and Dec, 20, but nothing definite. '' Cage Scores By Tile Associated l'rcs» IMlsa 67 Texas Tech 53 Washington (St. Louis) Tt Southwestern (Tenn) 33 Missouri Valley 80 Tarklo 57 2oncordia (St. Louis) 61 Green- ,'ille (III) 54 3arlhage 89 William Penn (la) 46 Central Okla 84 Southwestern (Kas) 13 Cnnsas Wesleyan 74 Northwestern Okla 73 Maryville (Mo) • 62 St. Benedicts Kas) 45 Rockhurst 64 College Emporia 61 Peorla 'Cats 79 Baldwin-Wallace 56 o«a Wesleyan 80 Culver-Stockton 77 Southeast Missouri 71 Central (Mo) Sooners Seek Southwest Spot; Loop Might Vote Bowls Back Razorback Cagers Play Meet Mississippi State at Fayctteville In Game Tonight ny The Associated Press Four Southwest Conference quin- ets try to improve the loop's ,66T Intersectionnl record In tonight's games. Arkansas, Baylor. Rice and Southern Methodist all see action in an effort to polish the mark of wins nnd three losses thus far in non-conference play. Texas A&M lost to Northwestern College of Louisiana, 58-53, and Texas Christian whipped Abilene Christian College, 55-55, last night to let the conference break even In the latest games. Tonight, it's Arkansas' Razorbacks ngainst Mississippi State at Fayetteville, Baylor vs. Southwest Texas State at Wnco. Rice vs.'Kansas at Houston, and Southern Methodist ngainst Oklahoma at Normfin Highly-regarded Arkansas was n surprise loser, 54-69, Wednesday In its season opener against Tills a and will be trying to get in the win column agninst Mississippi State. R ice- Kansas Baylor, victor over Lamar Tech in Us opener Thursday, is expected to have its hands full against Southwest Texas. Rice looks good against Kansas last year's national champs who losl their stars in graduation. Hut the Owls, 75-5D winners In their firs game of the season against Sam Houston State, ore not expected to have an easy evening with the Jay- uawkers. The SMU - Oklahoma affair al Norman probably will be the tightest game of the evening. The Soon- ers lost a 47-48 tussle to Texas Wednesday while Uie Ponies lost, 55-56 Thursday to liar din - Simmons Cowboys. The Texas Aggies led Northwestern Louisiana for three quarters las night only to watch the Demon take over in the final frame to pul out of College Station with a win The loss evened the season fo AArM, who downed (he University o Houston, &5-S9. earlier in the w HOLLAND UP FOlt TWO — Dig Montroc Holland evades a Milan riefondCT and pushes in two points (or the Chicks as the latter went do\™, 73-54 last night. (Courier Nous 1'hotol Cockrell Leads Luxor a Girls To Victory LUXORA — LUXom's girls and Dell's boys came up with victories here last night. Led by the 42 points of fancy Pan- nle Lou Cockrcil. the Luxora gtrlfi stormed Ut a 59-38 win. Lost night's efforts, brought Cockrell's total to 138 points In four games, Johraon had 21 points to lead, the losers. Although White dumped In 20 markers, the Luxora boys still couldn't hold the pace nnd fell before the Blue Devils. 60-43. Chandler paced with winners with 19. • C.lrl* I.UKora Po's. Dell Cockrell 42 .. F Johnson 21 M. Clnrk 2 F Whistle 2 Lewis 10 F Bblr 13 Walker Q ,. Hrinklcy D.Clark G Peterson Leigh O Tale Substitution: Luxora. Cooper, Gentry. Dillard. Smith. Dell—Key. Gnrrett, Crawford. Hampton 12). Boys Luxorn I'os. Dfll Towles 11 F Perkins 14 !!. Tale 2 F. ... chandler 10 White 20 .. .. C Mooney 16 D.,Tate 3 G Johnston 9 Bnrch 2 O Stnmcy I Substitutions: Luxora. stovall, 5. Tucker, Sulltns 2, Johnosn 4, Gentry. Dell—Simmons 1. Miles, Dixon. College Conducts Baseball Class Seven Turbulence- — Want Tieup With Conference KANSAS CITY, Ifr— There were idlcations today that a move to et the B!|? Sevon Conference back i (lie football bowl business was ainlng Impetus. Four Big Seven coaches went n record yesterday as favoring a cup with "another conference" or post season howl games. Don Faurot, head football coach nd athletic director at Missouri, nd football coach Jules V. Sikes f Kansas,.said In speeches yester- ay that ihey definitely favored bowl tteup with another confer- nce. . They I.Ike Bill Glassford, Nebraska football oach, said he felt a bowl tlcup vould be a "fine agreement." \nother conference coach, E. R. Abe) Stuber of Iowa State ,sald thought it would be a "good hing." Faurot, in a tnlk before n father- on football meeting in Clayton, Mo,, satd he saw nothing wrong vlth howl games In general and hat, a tlenp with another confer- nce would be desirable. Sikes, speaking at about the ame time at Warrenshurg. Mo., went so far as to predict that vilhln two years (he Dig Seven will have a playing agreement vith the Southwest Conference in he Cotton Bowl at Dallas. The Kansas coach said he beloved the NCAA would force nil bowl games to tie up with con- erences. He said that unless n up Is made tha Dig Seven will continue its ban on post season games since only four of the mem- lers—-Oklnhomn, Kansas, Missouri and Kansas State — favor such nines. On the side of the presidents, Dr. George I,. Cross of Oklahoma commented: "Personally, I think it's a good ,dea." But chancellor R. G. Gustavson of Nebraska declared: ~ "I am opposed to bpu'l games, mve been and will Vie. All they do is interfere with education. Mays Walloped Ball NEW YORK (A 1 ) — One third of the 30 base hits delivered by Willie Mays before he left the GinnLs for military service on May 29 were extra base blows. Mays hit four homers, four triples and two doubles. The 21-year-old outfielder knocked In 23 runs in 34 games. if THE WINNAH!—Oklahoma's Billy Vessels wns the proud recipient of the Hcisman Memorial Trophy at New York's Downtown Athletic Club. H is awarded lo the young man voted the outstanding college football player of year. (NEA) LAKELAND, Pin.—Florida South crn College will conduct Us foiirt annual Baseball Administrate School beginning Jan. 9. Clns will be held until Sunday,-Feb. The school has been approved b the National Association of Professional Baseball League. The course is open to all authorized personnel of clubs in organized ball. In addition, all high school graduates, who have had a mint- mum of two years* experience, arc eligible to enroll. The course Includes detailed study of plnyer contracts, ticket sales and tax laws, legal responsibility nnd insurance, financing of teams, park maintenance, operation of games, concessions and public relations. Tuition for the complete course Is $78. Dsceoia, Gosnell )ivide Pair OSCEOLA—Osceolfi's girls basket ill team continued to show it; iperiority here last night as i •ercame Gosnell, 40-15. The Scminole boys closed out the jght's activities with a 32-29 los ' Gosnell's boys. Katie Mae Watson paced the Os Mia girls with 23 points. Bevil d Gusncll with eight. Osceola held a comfortable 23- alftime margin. Osccola's boys saw a three-poln alftimc lead vanish as Gosnell ral ed in the second half to overtak NOSE GUARD—Jesse Arnelle looks (ike a space cadet wearing a special guard to protect a broken nose. The gigantic Pennsylvania State end played basketball with broken toe. (NBA) The University of North Carolina 1 * 1892 football team made only one substitution during the entire season. LOW JINX — Clarence Doser doesn't believe that a black cal crossing your path spells bad luck. The professional of the Pine Needles Club, Southern Pines, N. C-, only waited for this one to cross the lino of his pull. (NEA) BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA RESILING FUEL OIL G.O.POETZOILCO. "/ Sell That Staff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land Monday, Dec. 15 8:15 p.m. LADY WRESTLERS One Hour Time Limil, Best 2 out of 3 Fans Miss Gloria Shelton vs. Miss Millie Stafford Adults 60c—Children 15c 4-Man Tag Match Red Robert* and Don McGce vs. Lee Fields & Ed. Malone 90 Min. Time Limit . Rest 2 out. ol 3 Vails TOYS REDUCED UP TO 50% Shoulder Pods & Helmet, Reg. 3.98 1.98 Doll Bed», Reg. 1.59 . 98c Many other toyi at Big Reductions. Durkees Fancy Shredded Coconut, 4 or. pk. lOc Tangerines Doxen 15c Red Delicious Apples dozen lOc Oranges .each 2c Christmas Trees with Stand ,. . .75< up "We Special!** !n Gift Baskets BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 E. MAIN ST. Inquiry Made At Daiias Meet By HAROLD V. RATLIFF DALLAS l» — Oklahoma, In a onference that bans bowl games nd in an association of schools nat frowns on athletic subsldlza- lon. Is seeking a return to th» Southwest Conference of which it vas a charter member. Walter Kraft, Oltlahoma'i faculty epresentative, visited the Southwest Conference faculty commlt- ee meeting here yesterday and nade a preliminary Investigation f the possibility of rejoining the ioutlnvest Conference "sometlm* n the future." First Contact This was the first official con- aej, so far as known, made by he member of the Big Seven con- ercnce, but It brought alive nu- ncrous reports of the past weelc hat Oklahoma would seek to take IP where H left off in the South- vest Conference in 1920. The faculty committee, consider- ng a limit on athletic, scholar- ihlps and the inauguration of the contract system on high school ath- etes. winds up Its meeting today and will make a statement re- rtins Kvaft's visit according to Howard Grubbs, executive secre- ary of Ihe conference. Nl«d Applications The Southwest Conference last May turned down applications Texas Tech and University of Houston for admittance by adopU ing a resolution (hat in the future schools would be admitted only by invitation. Whether the Southwest 1 Conference has Invited Oklahoma was not revealed but it was reason able to think lha.t such an invita' tEon had b'een extended. ' Oklahoma was in the Southwest Conference from 1914 to 1920 when it withdrew. The Sooners arc also In the North' Central Association which Is opposed to athletic subsldation. All six of the Texas schools in the Southwest Conference •— Texas, Texas A&M, Baylor, Texas Christain, Southern Methodist and Rice, —are in an association that doea not frown on subsidization. Arkansas, ths -other member, Is in the same boat as Oklahoma. The most double plays made by a Cincinnati Red team Is 184 rnadu in both 1928 and 1931. the Tribe. Hose and Burch each had nin« for Osceola while Lollar and Caldwell led Gosnell with six each. 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