The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1951 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 18, 1951
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1»81 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THIRTEEN ^^ _ _ . ; : ; • — ——. __ jr^iury inmmEtH Chick Bees Play AAejnphis, South Side Here Tonight; Papooses Hit Road 11 IM • A •*«* 1 A* l_ _. __— Wl ,j _ •_ T— T. - ~,^ ^_* . _ _ 'LI. LL j i si •_ ' - -»-- L _-.-,-. L ., , __ _—, ___— ,^ Juniors Take on Newport; Jayvees After Second Win L . , Ch JF k Bees and the Junior high Papooses return to football action tonight with the junior varsity team playing at Haley Field and the Paps going to Newport. The Bees, shooting for their sec-*—— _ - _ _ ond win of the season in tow starts take on the B team of Memphis' South Side High School at Haley Field at 8 p.m. Coach Bob Newman's aggregation, victors over Osceola In their last outing two weeks ago. wound up a week ot practice last night and the B chleftan reported his squad ready for action. The Bees spent the week on polishing their T attack which looked good against OsceoJa. Last night's session was restricted almost entirely to offensive work. Dummy Scrimmage Writers Called In Baseball Trial Cubs' Owner Sees Big League Status For Coast Circuit Coach Newman sent his Tribe through a lengthy dummy scrimmage drill during which he accented offensive play, before turning U> defensive drills. The Paps, too, closed out their week's practice with a light workout. Coach Harold Stockton sent the Junior tribe through a light limbering up drill before dismissing them until 2:30 p.m. today when they were scheduled to leave for Newport. , , Newport Is reported to have one ft ot the strongest junior high teams In this area. The Paps will be seeking their third straight victory. In their two previous games, they were unscored Match Play Starts At Fort Smith FORT SMITH, Ark., Oct. IB. fAP) —Match play In the Hardscrabble country Club women's open goll tournament^vvhich for the firsl time does not have a professional competing—begins today. Mary Lena Faulk of Thomasville Ga., and Mary Ann Downey of Baltimore won medal honors with 77's yesterday. Each contender in the WASHINGTON, Oct. 18. tip) — Men who are paid to watch and write about ball games get a chance today to tell Congress what they snow about baseball. The House Monopoly Committee called R. a. Lynch of the Milwaukee Journal and Franklin V. Ycutter of the Philadelphia Bulletin for their opinions. Others on schedule for testimony before the group considering. bills to exempt baseball from anti-trust laws Include T, J. Halllgan, head of the Central League; Bill Werbcr. n retired major league Infielder, and Red Smith of the New York Herald Tribune. The committee, headed by Rep. Geller iD-NY).i heard Philip K. Wrigley predict .yesterday the time isn't far off when the Pacific Coast League will get a major league label. , Wrigley, the multi-millionaire vner of the Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Angels, said he wanted to see the coast loop go big time as a whole. And he told the investigators "progress" is being nmde in Ironing out difficulties between the westerners and the majors, Virginia Faculty Approves De- Emphasis Plan but Tougher Opposition Anticipated CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Oct.. . (/!>>— The University of Virginia has taken the first step toward abolition of Its big-time" lootball program, hut actual de-emphasis appears sllll a \Qfift way off. Opposition to a committee report advocating "less professional" teams for the school was weak an inetlective yesterday as Ihe academic faculty endorsed the report by a whopping 68-9 vote. But persons close to the university didn't -hesitate to predict lousher sledding for the recommendations ns they progress through the chain Stamped with the approval It ob- 18 More All-America Candidates Chosen _ NEW YORK, Oct. 18, (AP)—The .1951 Associated Press All-America ootball squad, from which the first and second teams will be chosen ,t the end of the season, grew to 38 today with the selection of 18 more players by the A. p. All-America Board. •+ Topping this week's group of nominees are Bob Ward, Maryland guard, selected, as the A. P. lineman of the week, and Preri Benners. Southern Methodist, and Bobby Dillon, Texas, named the A. P< backs of the week. • Then there is Johnny Olsz'ewski. California fullback, whose feat of gaining 269 yards against Washing- leveland Buys 2 Outfielders Stuart Locklin, Eulas Hutson Bought by Tribe Oct. 18. all-amateur field failed to break par. » Women's par tor the 6.740-yard course is 75. SWC Teams Work Hard; Hogs' Fullbacks Ready DALLAS. Oct. 18. (AP)—Three championship battles put special emphasis on this week's Southwest Conference schedule as coaches drilled their charges on "what the upcoming opposition has done thus far this season. * Arkansas readied for powerful Fowler from a knee injury and Gil- n the Tribe's farm clubs of San Diego and Wilkes-Barre. -, From San Diego of the Pacific oast League, the club obtained Stuart Locklin, who hit .567 in 71 iies with the Padres. I/jcklin now is studying at the University of Wisconsin and probably will not report to the Indians until the end of the spring term .next year. The other player is Eulas Huteon, 24, whose 114 rims batted in for Wilkes-Barre led the Eastern League last season. Hutson, who throws and bats right handed, hit .299, socked 21 homers and was chcsen the league's most valuable player, Locklin is a native of Appleton. Wis., while Hutson is from Morehouse. Mo. Texas Rice—you might;. -know— stressed pass defense for its fight with passing Fred Benners and the SMU Mustangs. Baylor, with memories only too vivid of Texas Tech's smashing defeat of Texas Christian jast week, prepared for a rugged game. Texas A & M, a national favorite with no losses this season thus far.-spent yesterday afternoon setting up defense against TCU's wing and spread formations. The odds-makers have established SMU. A & M and Baylor as 13',i point choices over Rice, TCU and Texas Tech respectively. Texas is a nine-point favorite over Arkansas! * Steers in Top Shape , Texas, which beat Oklahoma. 9-7, last week in the Cotton Bowl and brought speculation triat it might achieve national honors .this .year, was reported in near top health for Its conference opener with Arkansas. Starting center Jack Barton remained a doubtful participant, but he was' the lone doubt in the team's physical condition. Barton suffered a bruised hip In the Sooner game. At FayeltcvlUe. Conch Otis Douglas said both his ailing fullbacks, Lewis Carpenter and Larry Hogue, would be ready for play 1 this weekend. He drilled the-Hogs,on Texas' defense, which Lonqhorn Coach Ed Price said won the Oklahoma game. . Baylor, picked by many to win the Southwest Conference title and yet undefeated, expects a stern test from Texas tech In Waco Saturday. T>e Raiders swamped Texas Christian 33-19 in last week's big upset. The Bears were reported in fairly good physical shape. Owls Work nn Passes TCU .worked behind closed sta- bert Bar tosh from, a sprained ankle. It was thought Bartosh might et into the TCU-Aggie scrap Saturday. Southern Methodist's great linebacker and defensive star, I. D. Russell, may miss the Mustangs' battle with Rice in the Cotton Bowl Saturday night. Russell, slowed down by a Charley horse, was classed as a "very doubtful starter by Coach Rusty Russell. In Houston Rice's Denny Burk- haltcr, 'Cene Silver and Horton Ncsrstra, top defensive secondary, had considerable success in break- Ing up the passes. The Owls were well aware of Benners' gigantic arm which tossed the Mustangs to a 27-20 victory over Notre Dame last week. Fight on Video NEW YORK. Oct. 18. OP)—The Joe Louis-Rocky Marclano fight II be seen on home television Oct. 2G—with seven TV manufacturers and the Gillette Safety Razoi Company footing the bill. The fight will be telecast coast to-coast over the National Broadcasting Company network. The sponsorship, disclosed vester. day. will be the second time tha TV manufacturers have united to assure home viewers a sest at a top sports event. —Courier N>w s rlioto 1931 PATS—SJioxn above is the 1951 edition of the Blytlieville Junior High Papooses who tangle with Newport,at Newport tonight. Squad members are (Ircmt row, left to rjghU—Billy Hurt, Sam Lum, Fred Akers, Hob Jones, Eugene Stevens, Mickey Shelton. Second row—Jerry Nail, John FOIIJT, Jimmy Gee. Charles Ab- iiotl. Clarence Hall, and Bill Sisler. Third • row—Ed Rogers, Don Worrell, Kenneth Fisher, Danny Erignion. Bob Black, Danny Cobb. Thomas Griffin, and Max Peeples. The team Is coached by Harold Stockton. talnwl ywttrday In the two-hour faculty meeting, th« report next goes to th« faculties of the unl- versity'n profealonul schools of glneerlng-. Then Incomes to a. vital la* r , medicine, education and en- test before the university senate, & M-member group made up of representatives of all the faculties In the Institution. After that comes the' highest hurdle of all—consideration by the university's Board of Visitors. Pierce opposition U shaping up there. The report was not adopted yes?rd*y by the academic faculty ithout dissenting voices. And, when the vote finally was taken, 53 of the 190 professors present nt the closed meeting abstained from casting ballots. Drawn up by j three-member committee appoined by the faculty, the report calls for an end to athletic scholarships and athletic Bub- sidles at the university, and lighter /nculty control over the entire sports program. It calls on the university to become R pace-setter In de-emphasis of football. The report, though sharply critical of "big time sports," does not mention any mismanagement of the sports program. Nebraska has 826,000 acres of land under Irrigation. THIS SAT. 2 HOURS ONLY! At Owen's .Drug from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. SCOOP! Never Before At This Price! NB^AGAW. ' Brand New • Precision Made Genuine Imported Swiss Jeweled Stop—Chronograph If you ran'l attend sal«, leave money before sale and watches will be. held for you. LIMIT TTTO Watches to E»ch Coupon. *Plus tax WRIST WATCHES , The ^ BcarS (o Joniro-Gavilan Fight Postponed DETROIT, O:l, 18. M"J— The Kid Gavilaii-Tony Janirb fight has been postponed to Nov. 7. Originally the non-title, 10-roundcr was to have been staged here Oct. 31. The International Boxing Club said Janiro asked the postponement because he has a cold and needs extra time to get in shape. Gavllan Is welterweight champion. Janiro is a middleweight. Pennsylvania, helped keep Princeton unbeaten. Aubrey "Red" Phillips, 205-pound center who sparked Texas Tech to an upset victory over-Texas Christian, and Drakes famed runner. Johnny Bright, were nominated from the Border and Missouri Valley Conferences. The week's nominations, by sections, offensive and defense Include' Offense: Bi t s Seven—Ralph Curtis, "inside man" in Colorado's single wing formation. He scored three touchdowns against Missouri. Southwest—Fred Benners. Southern Methodist back. Completed 22 out of 42 passes for 337 yards in Mustangs' conquest of Notre Dame. Missouri Valley—Halfback Johnny Bright, Drake. He his gained 807 yards rushing and 1,274 total In five games. Dclense: Missouri Valley—J i m Prewett. Tulsa Tackle. His recovery of a Houston fumble set up first Tulsa touchdown in'-rout of Elouston. Southwest—Bobby Dillon, Texas back. He intercepted pass, made (numerous tackles, ran punt back 43 yards and came from safety to tackle Frank Silva for safety that beat Oklahoma. Big Seven—Jim Weatlierall Oklahoma tackle, big factor in driving Texas' longhorns back from three to 12 In second quarter. Dragons Beat Stuttgart for Third Victory Harrison High School's Dragons annexed their third victory of the 1351 football season last night by whipping Stuttgart Negro High School! 34-13 at Stuttgart. Ira Long, Dragon co-captgilii Rot: the Dragons off to a flying start in the first quarter when he scampered 75 yards for the firsl six pointed. In all, Long scored Ihree times In the gume to lead his team to the victory Sanders and Williams each tallied.once. 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