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PAGE 2 THE CLARION-LEDGER, JACKSON, MISS., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1953 SECTION THREE Here Are Weekend Grid Winners In Advance, - - Maybe! This Guy's Crazy ;-He Has Vandy Beating 01 e Miss At Oxford Grid Saturday By WILL GRIMSLET NEW YORK. Oct. t Lfl Football games Cus meek -end rrom-te to be as close as the Scotchman bo fried his bacon to Lux to keep k irom strir-xing. Also la danger of shrieking Is our season's average of .737 based Oa 10 correct picas out of 133. But. chat up. let's so: Oklahoma over Texas: Buddy Leake and the Soccers hit their smde asrainst a Texas team which has a flashy barkiield but can't match the rugged OkUhoma line. California over Pennsylvania: The Golden Bears have found a real sparkplug In Quarterback Paul Larson while the stiff schedule be-ran to tell on the Quakers. Northwestern ever Minnesota: The Wildcats, behind lUfler Dick Thomas, are on the move. The Gophers Paul Gicl has yet to get suited. Georgia Tech over Tulane: The Pi rr.blir? Wreck has scored only six points in the last two games; Tech has too much speed and power to be contained three weeks In a row. Ohio State over Illinois: Borton and Bob Watskins. ed by a powerful line and plentr cf replacements, have too much punch for the mini's young team. Michigan over lews: The Hawk-eyes have locked formidable In their first two games but Michigan packs more striking power In Ted Kress and Tory Branoff. UCLA over Wisconsin: The UCLANS are potential Roe Bowl material; Wisconsin, despite two victories. Is -middle class'0 In the Bis Ten. Maryland over Georgia: the best air defense Is rush - the -passer. The Terrapins have the speedy Ixe ta harass Zrte BrstkowskL Armv over Dartmouth: the BUck 'Knichts cf the Hudson are stUl far below their pre-scandul form but good enough to take Dart-couth easily. Navy over Cornell: Fullback Joe Garraso and a bi rasa une give the Middies a distinct edge over the rebuilding B:g Red. Southern Methodist over Missouri: the Mustangs were almost trod enough to beat Georgia Tech. Missouri Is good, but no Tech. Duke over Purdue: The Blue Devils have ore of the sharpest spIit-T a?rks In football. Too fast fjr the Burly Boilermakers. Michigan State over Texas Christian: B.ggy Morn's horde should breeze to lis rrth victory la a row. The ethers: Friday Mgbt Houscn over Detroit. Denver ver Msr.tsna. Miami tFIa.l over Clemson. Drake over South Dakota. Saturday East Perm State over Boston rj. Villanova over Boston College, Brown over Rhode Island. Harvard over Colgate. Yale over Columbia. Syracuse over Fordham. Holy Cross over Bucknell. Pittsburgh over Nebraska. Princeton over Rutgers. West Virginia over Washington and Lee. Midwest Cincinnati over Toledo. Kansas over Colorado. Indiana over Marquette, Kansas State over Iowa State. South Vanderbilt over Mississippi. Alabama over Tulsa. Tennessee over Chattanooga, Missis sippi State over Auburn. Florida Over Stetson. George Washington over Virginia. Louisiana State over Kentucky, North Carolina over Wake Forest. North Carolina State over Davidson. South Carolina over Furman. Southwest - Baylor over Arkan sas. Rice over Hardin - Simmons, Oklahoma A M over Wichita. Far West Southern California over Wasnington. sianoiora over Oregon State. Washington State over Oregon, toiiege oi racuic Johniover Hawaii. Utah over Utah back- state. Wvoming over Colorado A & M. Arizona over New Mexico. $ Winona Game Will Highlight Delta Valley Loop Friday i s75 SAVES OH BRAND NEW Floor Model and Dtmonsfraror MOTOROLA TV SETS B. F. GOODRICH Pearl at Lamar Dial 2-0846 Little Ten Has Family Games Only ABERDEEN. Oct. S Each member of the Little Ten Conference plays another member team this week-end. Aberdeen goes to West Poxt for an important game with the Green Wave. Aberdeen has won four conference games and Tupelo besides. West Point has won to conference game and lost one. that to Siarkville. The Wave has. also, defeated Macon. At this stage of the season. Aberdeen looms as the outstanding contender for the Conference crown; however in this Conference, no team Is considered "m1 this early la the race. Aberdeen Is counting heavily on an alert line and a versatile backfield. led by Captain Moiiy Hilbert and Quarterback Wade Cook. Amory. the runnerup In games won and lost, is playing Oxford there. Oxford has shown great recuperative power after dropping jarr.es to Aerdeeo and StarkviUe. Amory has won two and lost no Conference games to date. Grenada plays at StarkviUe. which should provide a relatively pleasant evening to the host team. Okoiona entertains their Chlca-saw county rivals from Houston In a game which should be Interesting and close. New Albany plays Pontotoc there in another tooa up game. The Conference and total standings of the respective teams are as follows: COMFCaCSCK By FLOYD E. JOHNSOV YAZOO CITY. October 8 The Delta, Valley conference spotllRht will be focused malny on the Wi nena Tiger's baptism In the ten member circuit Friday night as they visit Webb for a debut with the West Tallahatchie Choc taws. Only other family affairs of the evening will pit the fast-improving indianoia Indians against the speedy Charleston Warriars at Charleston, and the Belzonl Warriors tangling with the Cleveland Wildcats on Cleveland's Parks Field. Batesville will ply toost to the sard is Tigers of the Chickasaw loop, Yazoo City will Journey south fcr an erggement with the Crystal Springs Tigers of the Little Dixie circuit, and Drew will try to evade the stingers of the Greenville Hor nets of the Big Eight Conference Playing non-conference games In their four outings this season Coach Johnny Bruce's Winona Tigers have been very Impressive with four consecutive victories and twenty five TD's. Friday night will be the test in the DVC as they play their first of four conference games in their first season as members of one of the strongest high school conferences In the state. The Tigers wui ce ciawtng for a victory as they send a high-scoring backfield and a stout front wall into battle. The Choctaws of Coach Bernard BlackweU are still In the title picture and will use every avalabe tomahawk to try to scalp the invad ers. There should be some very twilling Jet-like run in as Jimmy Knight and Pete Peterson of Wi nona, and Sanford Powell and Bob by Lance of West Tallahatchie mat ches strides on the gridiron. Coach Walker "Lonny" Jones' Indianoia Indians will again be on the warpath as they visit Charles ton for DVC performance with the Warriors of Coach Mike Ma-haHc. Indianoia has a big forward wall that has not been scored on In second half of any game played to date, and In Kent Lovelace one of the best backs In the state. To offset this, the Charleston Warriors are solid anchored with Morris Sel- by at center and Bob Owens at tackle, leading the defense, and have speed and deception in Mar vin Kirk and Bob Lilly la the resr fireworks. Each eleven will be striving for DVC victory ncmber two and another notch upward In toe loop standings. In what could be the closest and hardest fought game in the week's schedule will unfold in Cleveland mr-en Coach Howard Wood's leads his Belzoni warriors into serious business with Coach Blllv Mustln's Wildcats. Both teams will be aiming at their initial DVO win. and both elevens have the football as sets to make this a thriller from opening whistle. These two even matched teams played to a 14-14 tie last year, and will again be measuring every punch for victory. For the second straight week the Batesville Tigers should take sweet revenge for lickings of last season from Chickasaw Conference elevens as they meet the Sard Is Tigers in Batesville. Last week the O. J. "F.osv Armstrong gridders sank! trie water valley Blue Devils to offset a 13-7 loss last season, and still remembering the 1M3 set back at the hands of a strong Bar- dH eleven in 52 the Tigers will be growling with power-plus this weekend. Bert Allen and Tommv Greenlee should plstoneer the attack for victory number four in the Sardls downfall. nvendincr rhamrvt of the DVC the Yazoo City Indians of Coach food account of themselves every Douff Hamlev. will Sten OUtSlde tne niuiui 01 mr Kimr conference for nie first time this West Is Host-To Durant 11 WEST, Oct. 8 A very important Big Black Conference battle will take place in West Friday night as the greatly improved West team meets the Tigers of Du- leadinff Eagles. Greenville has one of the best grid teams in t h e of 32 players elevated to charter schools history and currently are membership in the Hall of Fame, leading the North division of the Klnard ended -Ms professional Big Eight Conference. Their big football career after the 1947 sea- guns are William Earl Morgan an son. Joining the Ole Miss coaching captain Raymond Brown, triple threaters in the. backfield. But the Eagles are determined to put an unsweetened mixture of nectar on their welcome mat and make the sting a little less painful by giving fall to visit Tigertown In Copiah county for a top attraction against one of the high ranking teams In the Little Dixie Conference when they face Coach Wendell Webb's Crystal Springs Tigers. The Tigers have several free-wheelers on attack ready io please their home crowd, but after surveying the battlefield and available ammunition this should be another mark of distinction for the gentlemen from Yazoo County. Carl Maddox's Greenville Hornets will fly Into Drew for a buzzing at Coach Howard Sessum's league- Prew Veioo city Bateavtiie Writ Tallahatchie Cher let too Lei end Indianoia Pelsonl Cleveland W L T 1 4 1 a i i i i t i i i l e 3 ILL fiAMEft WIT Winona Yaieo City Drear Inland Charleston ........ Kelsonl Beietvllle l Tallahatchie Indianoia Cleveland 1 rt. ou 27 ' Vt M 41 SI 37 24 JJ J7 M 44 24 44 14 1 44 Tta. OaPla. i n 134 34 47 . 31 4 54 40 44 73 40 41 44 44 44 34 44 1J 104 Bruiser Kinard Day Slated For Vandy Game Saturday UNIVERSITY, Oct. 8 The Unl- a player at the Rutgers Colgate Abef deee ... A -nor Orenade .... Houston . . -. New A.'aaay o-pia Oii-wd 1 3 Penuxoc ...................... 4 3 Strti.. 3 1 Waal foot S 1 ALL GAMES Aberdeea ... Amory Grenada ... Houston da Albaay Oaoa ... Oaford Peaito-oe ,. Atari !: . Wee Foot W I. T 3 3 3 3 3 1 4 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 1 HALO LIGHT... SOMETHING TO RAVE ABOUT! Coach Frank Leahy to h o p 1 n g that Johnny Lattner. his All-America halfback, will have an enjoyable 21st birthday on Oct 24. That's the day when the Irish play Oeor-gia Tech In Notra Dame SU- Jl dlum. SEE IT lifflT! TV Premiere of CTKTnrrTnhr-x mi versity of Mississippi honors its greatest athlete Saturday. In a special ceremony between ralves of the Ole Miss-Vanderbilt game. Frank M. tBruiser) Kinard. an all-time All-America footbaX player, will be officially recogniz ed as a charter member of the National Football Hall of Fame. Klnard's membership plaque wlS be presented him by former coach Ed Walker, now a Lt. Colonel In ihe USAF. A duplicate cf Klnard's pi a Que will be accepted for the University by Athletic Director C. M. (Tad) Smith. The Mississippi - Vanderbilt game, which also will feature the Homecoming Day program, will be one of 18 "Hall of Fame Awarl Games' planned throughout the country this year. Kinard also was signally honored by the State of Mississippi when Gov. Hugh L. White, himself former star Ole Miss lineman. Issued an official proclamation proclaiming Saturday. October 10. to be "Frank M. (Bruiser) Kinard Day" in Mississippi. Joining Bruiser for the ceremony here will be many of his former teammates who played with him on the 1835-36-37 Ole Miss teams guided by Walker. Also planning to attend are three members of Walk er's coaching staff, line coach Web Burke, backfield coach Chuck Smalling and chief scout and coach E. H. (Goat) Hale. Another former Ole Miss coach, Homer Hazel (1025-29) will be similarly honored for his exploits as game on Oct. 31 in New Brunswick, Conn. Kinard was the State of Mississippi's first All-America hono-ree (1936 37). He was the first Misslslppl football grad to earn All-Profeslonal recognition (1953). He waa an All-Pro choice for five of the nine seasons be participated, wss a service team All-America in 1946. He later was named to three all-time All-America lineups, the all-time all-Southeastern team, and in 1951 was announced as one staff as line coach in February, 1648. rant West has run roughshod over several opponents tms yesr being tied only by the Ethel squad. Durant will be fighting to stsy near the top in the Big Black besp this week, but the West team has high hopes of making this a losing battle. West is led by Ray Edwards, the best offensive back to play for them in recent years. The Bulldogs have come back from a dismal teason in 1952 and are now mak- r.g it tough for all opponents. From all reports both teams are ii fine physical condition for this encounter which should prove to be an offensive battle. Tonight at 7:15 WJDX Each Twatday and Friday Evening Duke Enider's nine home runs off Cardinal pitching at Ebbets Field this year was a National League record. The previous high for a hitter against one club in one park was eight by Ralph Klner against Boston in Pittsburgh during the 1947 season. e ' ..; When Ted Williams of the Red Sox hit a home run Into the upper deck at Cleveland's Municipal Stadium on Aug. 30 it marked the first time it had been done this season. Then Ted hit one In the same spot the next day. " Fridays! VJTV ... CHANNEL 25... 10 00 -ID Jockton, Mitt. i30 taoucMT to votl at rout oovaoin dialm Better Sight Better Sound Better Buy Magnavox TV at companuj Easy Ttrmt Expert Service 21" Tab! Model MAGNAVOX only .... 279.50 21" Console Model MAGNAVOX only . . . 339.50 Rodio-Phono 21" TV Combination 595.00 wm MOT ... enjoy your favorite TV Program TONIGHT and tee It Better on a CROSLEY TV with the exclusive Picture-Sentry IV Delvia All Cfeanaal Vakla Talavlatoa. Balll-Ia ritrrtaBar (lava ?aa all 4 tar aa4 VHF aaaaaala. AaaUablaa ta Sark asabar-a. 7 r eaaih-traia wblta aak flnltfc. 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