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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVII.LE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1951 — — —; j_ w _ f'KJDAY, OCTOBER 12, 19S1 Chicks at Home Tonight Against Dierks-4 Other Games on Tap in County ^======_ -^^^^.-^^^ Triho Faunrorl * : ~^r~, ... ( , ,. . ; _.,, : . — :tp ii-ii T * • Qsie 9,^ /7 Not Even 8 Misses Can Convince Us Grid Picking Is Bad Business Tribe Favored Over Outlaws Tribe Out to Sfarf New Winning String; Snyder May Start cnsier this . Ciiiolinn over South Carolina, Navy ?.s are Mi-l-jovrr nice, Notii? Oawe over SMU. Texas over Oklalumiii • WaKhmRUm Stale, ovrr Oregon Kinti-, UCLA. Sports h\ Spurts l'(jp Mosley, Illylhi villc's "«raml I f)lcl Ki'Ji|li'in:m of f<io[l>;tll," s.iys tin- Intrcxluritui) of tin- "I" fnrniiL- t«;n by Notre. Danic :tml VMI is Jusl another st<'|i trnvart] Ihr rr- lurii tci prormiinuT nf Uti' |i<nvrr formal [mis, "BliH'JiJi);,' un Nolrr D.inn-'s l funiKition is ynur nlJ Ivvo-nii-oiic slnj;lt u'inj; hlm-kini;." !'(/]* rv.iMMi.'d. "Tlu-sc T (juys :ir« riCKiniiiiiff tt> re;ill/f thai brush Mucking Jusl isn't fonlhulj." . . . Johnny Staples, (he funm-r ('tijtk roach who is now couching 11*. l.alu-l:incl, M;i,, has lifcn m-nlti-cl lo ui'Hvr si'ivki' by Mir Ahirinc C'or-jw. H? ira* M'ltrJirted t« jc- porl fti llii- .Miirlm-s tt,i1ay . . . We're still K''tlitiK reports of tiig lines from fishi'mn-i), A |>ir|u/v of a couple of bij; nilfrsh cau-hl by IJ. W. Malian of Illy the villr at S;intis l,;itu: wound ii|i on mir the other iljiy. Thi- largest 5:1 pounds acid U>«* «'!ts a puny :{2-p'niri[lf:r thoy lake on iho Uir-cks Out- faws at Ifaloy Ulythcvillc IJitfh School's You might as well Rh'e up. Thi-re ain't no .stopping us. Nut even ; ( '"'CKHSilWS, their winning last week's miserable Ifc-ft showing tan convince us Unit picking footixill ! Si roak broken at 113 games, wimirrs is Ixul business. One of ihr^:r d:iys wo're fjoinu lo liii oiu: and (hen j \\il| attempt to in-l 'i now we'll I* satisfied. JioMdcs. we know of .10 easier wuy to fill u], M»ce. (,„„, „„,],,,. w . (y ,, mij , ht ' „,,„,„ They look a liule week. liiter.srcUoJiaJ gn........ r,-- ting fewer with most tennis .selling down to piny within the conferences. So here's our wei'kiy masterpiece: This game is Mjpl-osc-tl to l>c a breather for the Chicks but so was j Marked Tree and remember what ImppcLTXl there, The Indians turned out to tx 1 a bit tougher than everybody had anticipated. Tlic .same could easily huppcn lien;. The Onthnv.s a:e unknown to this section of tbe state but their recunl indicates thoy hnve too en having their troubles. So the Chick.s .shouldn't, have the Double with (hem they had with their other "breather," c^peciaUy after 1 n s t week's shellacking tit Jackson, iily- Ihcvillc hy 2-1 points. OSCKOLA VS. H A It T 1. K T T, TEXX.—Ilnrtlctt Is n not her unknown team but West Tennessee I riemls say !t may cause someone trouble before the season is over, Jackson beat this Shelby County school iust three points more than H beat Blylhcville. But that's no comparison considering the way the Chicks played. We'll have to .stick wilh the Seminoles and 20 points Is as good a n,s any. ARKANSAS VS. UAYUHl— Alter last week's TCU bender, the only Jogicnl thing to do is stick with the favorite—Baylor. Hut an upset here wouldn't surprise us much. Others—Y ale over Columbia, Princeton over Penn, Michigan o\ - i-r Indiana, Iowa over Pittsburgh. North western over Minnesota, Colorado over Missouri, Nebraska over Pcnn State, Ohio State over Wisconsin, Duke over N. C. State, Florida over Auburn, Maryland over Georgia, Georgia Tech over LSU, Kentucky over Mississippi State. Vflddcrbilt over Mississippi, Nei'lh The Chicks' ^innhig sireak, which was pxtfndhiu Into fty third .''i.'Jisw), whs broken J.-i/i ucck by Jackson, Tenn. Thai was thrr Tribe's ' st .since Nov. 19, 19-10. And, accordlnt; to the presume- dojie, llic' Chirks arc expected to Kfl n new victory string working vvjdioiil too much trouble louiKht. Whlle very little is known about Uidi-ks. Coach Kii.ssoll Ma-:loy l<jl<! : " liii sc[iiad ycstPKlay that they nci-«t j ^lebmt«ti thi'ir ,_ ._, ____ ___, _^ ^ w>( ^ not expect a pi^h-ovi'i 1 . Oicrks, n jSliawnce Ituiian.'i ui Luxora. Ijtsl week, the ['anthers tied Bucduttc 13,.' '.'I s , 1 *' , * . scllo °' ? f . District Seven j ( O end a two-year wi::lesK streak. Member; of the .suuuil arc- fronr rr KUXOItA'S I'ANTHKRS— Luxora ID") 1 honiu coining 11 —Courier Xcvvs I'Jioto yh School's Pantlu-r.s labovc) afternoon hy taking on the 'left to rtghu —Etirhtird Lucas. .Johnnie Jinnies, Bobby Tale J3oW)v Hollinger. Joe Bruch, Doiuiie Williams, Fmldy [/nmoy, and Charles is- |Bcimett. Second row—Joe Gentry, Jimmy Hradbeiry, Billy Tucker. David tJi - J6 ° VVijit/jti, Tvdu HoJJiHgcr, Peanut Ilollinyor, Ray Talc. Third row—Howard Clark, Billie Tliweatt, Carol Jackson, John Thwentt. Hcrnan White. Buddy Stovnll, Che.sltr Lun.sford. Hazen Looney and other . Iiatt nothing fiut pruisn for Jacltsun's Cloldi-n Hears after tliir t; hicks 23 -fl Irtss last \\crk. "They H't-n: (lie heat Ijiinefi of sports I ever played against, 'I'licy bhi,'[,ril 'and dicklc-d hard h u I they \vctv gnrni sporls," Mrl Said, . . . And Jimmy Hamljn of Mn- Jackson Sun Mrote nf I he ^aine: "After Uie Hears had lunilcn lily- tlu-villi-, €hlcks Cn.u'li UMI Stan- riL rountl liis u-ay llirnu^h, hiilf- iiiailileilctl Ihrotx^ lu offer Ins congraliLfations to (tic vfctnriaus cnacb — a lilllc (liul ituptirlLint) piece nf s]HjrlsmuMs!ii|> dial is n forRotleii ;irl." The Chicks sire in only ": physicaj condition for tonight's sic. Halfback Johnny O'Brien doubtful stark-r u n d hsilfbacks Tommy Mosley and Mpl May are itill nui-fiinB ICK ijijnrie.s. - ...... ....„., ^^.^^ , Coach Mosjpy sent his .srmtid Norman Barch. Buddy Dcnlon was not present when photo was untie thrmiKh a llfjlu limbering up drill ytstcrciny afternoon be-fore dismiss* mi, r them until »;une time tonight. The drill COUP IP ted mosily of offensive work with some time be- fini; spctil on kickoff and punt re- After loiirtli Win The- Chick.s will be .sueking their fomtb . victory of the ycason to- niyiit against a lout- defeat. Their victory list includes wins over- Maik- t:d Tree, Poplar Bluff, Mo., and Benton, lit. Following (onifjht's tilt, t h c Chicks will have but three games remaining on their .schedule and all wiH be played here. Next week, dreaded Whltehaven, Tenn.. oome.s to Blylticvillc with am! ParaKould following in 19 Candidates Picked For AP's All-America NEW YORK, Oct. 12. (AP)—Nineteen college players already arc in line lor R spot on the Associated I'rcwi All-America lootbull tennis, . 4 'i | , c 19 Hint order. Ralph Snyder. ,_. • iur runncrup rsr over trip flic paps scored in every quarter play that scored the first six point- I yard HarctecrabMe Country but the second and they made up er set up the second score when it " •- - f,,,- by pushing across two went lor 25 yards to'the Paras;ould a peanut-sized speedster, is expected to be inserted at right halfback in the event O'lirien will not be ready to «o tonight. Snyder has been used mostly ill Spot play this year with the Chicks taking advantage of his speed and deception on punt returns and at spot. 1 ! where live or more yards are needed for a first down. The remainder of the Tribe's starting lineup will remain intact. Probable starters: Bauer Takes Lead In Texas Open FORT WORTH, Ocl. 12. (AP)— Little Alice Bauer of Midland. Texas, threw her skill npainst the famed Babe Zah«-rias today as the women's Texas open Golf To'urnamcut moved into qiiartcr-Einal rounds. Mrs. Zaharias sidelined Marjorle Lindsay of Decatur, 111.. 3 and 2 In yesterday's second round while Miss Bauer was brallnp Belly Minis Dnn- off of Dallas by an identical margin. The Babe's victory yesterday rc- ver«ed a loss ;U the" hands of Miss Lindsay in the 19M edition of this event. Ravvls. the Women's National Open champion Mom Austin. Tex., was ushered out by pro -Unii- lyn Smilh of Wichita, 'ivas., when the Kaiis.iii paired tile 22nd hole. Miss Smith fared Tlca McWanc of Birmingham hi todays contest. The Al.ib.ima amateur defeated Nat- flhc Eerring of Ucnuurc. 3 and 2. Tuiane to Give Holy Cross Test (Jle)isjve and (!<•- Jensive pluyers. were selected by a board of experts as worthy o[ consideration. Their names will be placed oil the AU-Amorica squad from which the first and second teams will be selected at the end of the season. The offensive group, picked by the AP All-America Board, includes such flashy backs as Harry Aggnnis of Boston University. Sieve Wadlak of South Carolina and Larry [sbcll of Baylor. Another group of the same size . mcd each, week Ihrolli'h the remainder of the season. To these will be added tile names of the Associated Press' linemen and backs of the week, both olfeusive and defensive. The first runriown by sections includes: Offensive player.s: Southwest Conference — Isbcll, who ran 28 yards for one touchdown, passed 12 for another, and completed a 30-yard pass lo set up a third as Haylnr l>e;<t Tulanc 27-1 J. Missouri Vulley—Gene Shannon. Houston University halfback, who scored the only lourhdiuvn tit the Houston-Texas Tech same on a 35 yard .^vecp. I!ii: Seven—Woody Sliclton. Colorado luilllm-k. who Kiiined li;~. yards "Ml M carries ;ii;; t Kansas" and sparked his team's attack. Defensive players: Southwest -Ki'ith Floweis Texas Christian Hncb.\ckcr. Missouri Valley—Mm vhi M.itu- s:'ak. Tulsa Eii.ird Ki^ Seven- -Tdm Hrook.'hicr Ool- •haiiins ! i>r:ido rklit halfback, wlui smeared Illyllievlllc Holland Hornbcruer Mayo .." Privett Koonee -, Horti:e :-, Mark Hay . Garner Mel Hay .. Snyder Cienlry F'os. L K. L. r. 1..G. . c. , R.U. R. [V R.E. «.B. II.B. H.B. F.B. Dierks .. B. Walters ... Harbcryon Blnkcley Gib.son Gilbert. .... Woodruff Cannon .. W. Elarnctt .. J. Cannon Lord) Football Scores Collrijc William Jewell 44. Culver-Stockton 7 Holla Mines 30, Northwest Mis .souri 14 !n First Home Showim •Hlytlievillc Junior High's Papooses, sparked by itciKly-pIaying tolward wall, made their debut before a at Haley Field. a hard-charging, hometown crow"! Barfletf, Tenn. r Invades Osceola Wilson to Ploy Earle Bulldogs; Two Games Played This Afternoon Mississippi County's Class B teams open the second month of tlicir 1951 season today with four games on tap throughout the county this afternoon and tom>ht. Highlighting (he action will be Osceoln's tiff with the visiting Bartlett. Term., eleven. This same will DC run off tonight on Osceola's Hale Coach Dukie Specks Seminoles "•ill bo out to siretcli their winning streak to three straight after a slow start. The Seminoles showed more favorable signs last week- ol topping a good Catholic High team of Little Rock 31-G. At Wilson tonight. Coach Bill Y-'tes' Wilson Bulldogs go after their fifth straight victory against the Enrlc riulldo;s. But the going Isn't expected to he as easy as it hns been in previous weeks. The Bulldogs have been n Class B powerhouse in District Three In recent years and are reported to be l°Hf;!i again this year. Two samcs were to have been played this afternoon, one a homecoming affair. At Luxora. Luxora High's Panthers were slated to play Shawnee's tiff, ' ' omc!c °"™i: Last neck, while not winning Coach Tye Adams' Panthers dented their two-year losing streak bv corn- in!; behind to lie B'irdette 13-13. . j - •-•-"<" "• nn;| in the other game tliis afternoon amateur links wars, shot a 74. Max- ! Durdette's Pirates anil the Kcter well, the national amateur chain- \ Yellow-jackets were scheduled to do piou from Odessa. Tex., fired a 73. bntile at Burdette. Joe Conrad of North Texas State The Pirates of Coach Charles sims w erc seekini; their fifth win of the season with last, week's tie game with Luxora the only blemish on their 105! record so far. Foi-f Dallas favor- FORT SMITH. Ark.. Oct. 12. M —.Match play in the 20th Willian Memorial Amateur Gclf Tourna merit begins today with a sharp-shooter sharing the ite's role with Prank Stranahaii and 'Billy Maxwell. Dale Morcy, the Dalljs contender ,shnl a lorriu five-um!er-j)ar 07 yesterday to gain medalist honors in the qualifying rounds. Stranahaii, of Toledo, o., two-time winner of the tourney and a veteran of the i'OKKEK POWER—Buddy Sutton. 190-pound Junior right halfback, is expected to put power into the Arkansas Uazorbacks' rushing attack this fall. The former Hope all-stater was shifted to starting offensive duty after having spent the 1050 season as a member of the first string defensive platoon. (Associated Press Photo) touchdowns in the final period. Fullback' Kenneth Fisher led (he scoring with two touchdowns and two extra points on placement kicks. The oilier two six pointers were made by quarterback Bobby .loncs and halfback Sammy Him. Hull back Danny Eds-moil got In the scoring act by getting the Paps' last extra (Joint. While the Pups', split-T offense was a bit difficult for the Dullpups to figure out, it was the' play of the linemen that decided the issue The Paps forwards, ted by guard Thomas Griffin, kept the visitors' T attack off balance and well bot- tli'il as it charged thruiuih the Bullpups' inner defense time after 10. Two plays later. Jones scored on a sneak from [our yards out. Lum sot his touchdown early In the final stan/a when he piuwcd over from the one yard fine climaxing a 90-yard Blytheville drive that started after n Paragould punt. Tile t'he game was .scarcely two minutes old when the Paps scored their first touchdown. Taking the opening kickoff at the Blytheville 45 marched to three straight first downs to the Parngould 10. A 15 yard holding penalty set the Paps back to the 25 but they stilt scored in four plays. Fisher got the touchdown cm a lateral from Jones off an Gobi) end sweep. Held for nan The Pairs' held for clowns i Fom; filial tally came late in tlie after a pass interception gave the Paps the ball at the Paragottld 35. up the score by bull Edgrnon set ing his way to the one from where Fisher plowed over, The haiiflful of fans that saw the game were given an added thrill when Coach Harold Stockton emptied the bench early in the fourth quarter turning play over to his "pec-wees." Corder, I'aragould fullback, suffered a hip injury in the game and was taken to Walls Hospital by ambulance for treatment. However, he was released later and returned to his home with his team mates. Starting lineups- | Dentcn, Tex., all had Jo's to tie for runncrup. Par over the G.740- yard Harriscrabble Country Club Course is 72. J. C. Hamilton of Tuba had a 71 and Bob Goetz of Stilhvater shot a T2. • » Cleveland Signs Tony Cuccinello CLEVELAND, Oct. 12. I/P, — ThD Cleveland Indians announced today they had added Tony Cuccincllo. 43. to their coaching staff. A coach for the last three seasons with the Cincinnati Reds, he will handle the Tribe's third base coaching bux. Blydieville Rogers Worrell Pceples following the kickoff opcaim; the. i- sec'iiul h.iif and Parajould punted. TukiiiK over at their own 39 the (.Mo) 19, Springfield Pap s started to roll goalward again. The same Jones-to-Fisher lateral Fisher I'D.. L.E. I, IV L.:;, . c. R.a. R. r. n.R. cj.n. n B. H:H. F B. Para^ould . . , Heeder ....... Lee .. Lasater ---- Howe ..... Miles . Miirsliail . . ..' Higglns Hunt . . Corder Grief Drills too Tough, Players Get a Break BRIDGEPORT. O,. Oct. 12. IJl'i— Coach Al BJatnlk tcok it easy on his football squad Wednesday after De-Emphasis Recommended. At Virginia U. CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Oct. 12. (API—A faculty-appointed committee has recommended that the University of Virginia field "less "<".«u,i n,gn scnoors unions "["v^' 011 ! 1 . fo ° lbll!1 lcams ™& opened their !D51 homo football sea-I a scholarships and subsidies Harrison Opens Home Season Harrison High School's Dragons son this afternoon against Osceola at Harrison Field. The Dragons are rated one of the best Negro high school teams in Northeast Arkansas. The game was scheduled for 2:30 Baseball Probe To Be Resumed WASHINGTON. Oct. 12. <AP>— Baseball's bosses and hired hands, along with assorted fans and snorts writers, are going to get a chance starting Monday to speak their piece on baseball's monopoly evils—if any. The forum is being provided, starting Monday, by a house judi- and parents about how tough the Ing Monday?™, " hc/usT'ludlcia^y nrartlTP S*»«innc u-ni-o nt T>,-;,T,» l _..i ... J «•«"'"•' juui^irtiy H^" CC «Ji eMf | 0nS -rt Cre St Brid8c P° rt subcommittee -resuming hearing Heli School. The squad played then on the "national sport and the drop the handkerchief" most '''- J --- - tiie dav. Deepest of several underwater canyons in the Pacific is the Mindanao Trench, lour times the area of the Grand Canyon. of federal anti-trust laws. Sessions have been scheduled for Oct. 15-24. Committee Counsel Ernest Goldstein said lawmakers will go into a muddle later with department of justice attorneys' and lawyers for organized baseball to see if coriTC'ss ' needs to pass n law. Pafched-Up Porks Head for Waco !To Play Favored Baylor Bears | FAVETTEVILLE. Ark,. Oct. 12 this WTrckml is one of much Inruer Houston and Tulrnc CA1 ' IIS <"" nt t" c fr S'ini? panjftaiidiiuT. Since Arkansas and Hay- Nnt o.ilv did the loss |n TCU cist i.ntn tiic fue for the Arkansas Ra- j lor's Hears started playin:; ,-ach o;>,- . doubt os to the n- 17 orV,c^' i-orUa.-ks as Ihcy fly to Waco, Texas, i er in 1912. Arkansas has done noth- ' strength, but Co.irli Otis 'ijou-h- tmlay for lomorroWs Southwr n „« but lose at Waco. ! wUI have to fa IT- B',vlor with a • (.nnfcrcncc Jootljwll game with Bay-j There's nolhiiiB In the prf.e.unc iMtched-uii hackfield ' for athletes. The faculty admittedly wants closer oversight of the school's intercollegiate athletic program. 7^ said so yesterday in a 43-page repilr^ prepared after months of study by' the three-member committee appointed by the academic faculty. The committee said the "university's return to less professional teams at the present time might well mark it as a leader in that de-emphasis of foolhal! which college administrators, faculties, student bodies, the national press, and public generally are now calling for." "It seems almost certain," the committee a-ssertcd, "that better colleges and universities of the country will move in this direction, not toward continued over-emphasis. The university would, therefore, have no difficulty in finding competition at its level of excellence among institutions Qf comparable education and athletic integrity." A special meeting of the academic, faculty \vas called for October 11 when the report will be considered. Cottonseed meal is a valuable fe«t for cows and sheep but is sometimfP toxic when led to hogs. I dope u> indicate anything new [<>- t morrmv. I bv o,'t. 15. WOKCHKSTKR. M:, Wi—Hcily Cm-. v hieh up as one ol she ea.-fs Mronuesl ! Kims'is' wulo nil,... loctbal) li.rcc.<. rni,-nc.< its ni«ke-,>r- I M,-n iiinkini! up the AH Ail-.\mer- break staae tum(irro'.v when i; en- ' Cil «":ml. chwn by balbu of paces Tulanc m N\-w Orleans' s i«"-ts i-iiitors and r.uiio ,M)urt«c is- famed Svi4ar U.iwi. , tns. include: And if Dr. Rid:,. AiiHur.-.ojfs mi-' ' iiq S "' l- " ' ' S " h »" dcrdog Ci-j.-ader.- Miccteci in turning back the Orti-n WJIVP it will he another oui.-.^imirim tc.u lor that highly siicce.-.'-Iul coach. 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