The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1951 · Page 9
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 22, 1951
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1951 Only Six Mississippi County Teams In Action This Week BLYTMSVILU; (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Sports Roundup HUGH FUI.I.JER10.V, JK. NEW YORK, Oct. 22. (API—Biggie Mimn, the well-nicknamed Michigan Slate, football coach, conservatively labs Don Coleman as "a right, good tackle." then adds with a grin, "and he has been thai Hay for three years—on offense or defense." . Line coach Duff Daugherty positively glows when you mention Coleman's name and points out, "he's faster than any of our backs for 30 yards" . . . That's hard (a believe after you've seen Osceola and Whitehaven In Headliner; Chicks Idle |! BJythevi)]e, at OsceoJa FrkJay night, BuvdeUe's Pirates, one of the L-oiintys' strongest. Class B teams, nnn» r.r iv.nro c *. t v/ i , ' ' celebrate homecoming this week, ^^^.sr r ^«^si i ic i ,^s ann at Burdetie M - off the weak side of a stifle-wing' ' afternoon. setup and blocking bis men almost before they can move—or going down to tackle punt receivers—you know he's as fast a tackle as you've ever seen. . . . Daughterly iclls how, Coteman, supposedly leading speech-U little I.eroy Bolcten in a ptav, \va.s knocked down by a defensive li man, Don got up, passed Bo!< Football action in Mississippi County will he. relatively slim this week with only six of the county's 11 teams slated for action. These six teams ate scheduled for* . action in six games, three to be I played on county fields and three j outside the county. I Highlight of the week's action will be Os-ceola's expected lough tilt with Whitehaven. Tenn. The Setninoles rolling right along after a late start will lake on the tough Tigers, who were upset last Friday night by The Pirates now have one of the I best records tu the county having I won live games, lost none and tied >amc.s are oh tap for H but both are jim- anc. j Two other and made the ke .yard run. . . If Michigan Caps Play Jackson Blytheville's junior Papooses, un- scored on in three games, play their second game of the year before a hometown crowd Thursday night - j ,-• J •• • *•* mivinfiaii Slate iinmpt nu*ti \^^^^^ -".- -"•*«-« i Penn State, you can safely say n., juniors. In the other Thurs- Coletnan's blocking did it. ... "They a.'k him to do things no other tackle day night affair, Osceola's juniors go to Jonesboro. In the other two t-of-county "and he's so look easy." fast he makes them i Jus* A Show-Off h WM In & game belween Sr- raciwe and Lafayette and Coach Ben SchwaryzwaMer wa^ clearing the Syracuse bench In an efforf In keep the score down. . . Xear the end of the Ramp be had seven freshmen and four sophs on a de- fendve platoon he sent Into the )T»tn*. . . . Nobody knew or pfcrerf much who they were, . , , Syracuse harf rerorered »eren fumble* and w wxtn M tills gang took over Lafayette fumbled again and once »m>r« Syracuse recovered. . . . The «ffen<<*ve ptaifton took over and M Hie fcldft troliert off the field en* vnknnwn frQuh told his play- »iafe«: "Don't go recovering any mo*« of those fntnhleft. How In heck (fo you think we're goln^ (o get a chance to show the co*ch wt e««i play football. Both Hamllne U., the NAIB has- krlball cliampions, and Mweourt State of Warrensburg have seven men slx-fect-fivft or better on their rosters lor the coming season. . . . Silliest play reported so lar In the football season came when Rice tried an onslde kickorf against Navy. The ball was Inid flat on the ground instead of being teed up and (.he kicker missed the ball en- tirsly, . . . Everybody was downfield •nd both teams n-ere looking for the ball when one Rice lad ran back and ga»e It a boot. The ref blew his vnhrtl* and Mg^ialled "ortside." . . . Too* Darn Bad P*«rt« Miner, couch of -Fl»g*t JTIjh in r.aulsville. WM trying to ffi hh tv*tn 9feam«d mp between h«Ire« of * (tame aRAln^ Male High. . . . The kids. 2fl points be- hlnfl, !»ai srounil the lorker room »nrt the coaeh rtidn't show up, vJo»* befor* time lo return In the q[£1«l(l. Miller stuck his heart • thronrh the door and said: "pardon me. I thought this wan the doRs go to West Memphis and Luxora's Panthers play Marion al Marion FMday. BlytheviUe'fi Chicks will be Idle this week but there will still be football in Blytheville Friday night. . A college game between Arkansas Southern State Leads AIC Race Muferiders Bump Henderson; Tech Upset* ASTC 16-13 By Tbe Associated Frew Southern State College's Mule- riders have all but plucked the apple of their eye—the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference championship. F Saturday night. Southern bounced defending champion Henderson State College, 35 to 14. Henderson had been rated as Southern's strongest opponent for the crown While nearly every-team in the conference, with a few obvious exceptions, has a possible chance of winning the title, the probables now boil down to Henderson; once-beaten Arkinsas A. & M., the College of the Ozarks. unbeaten but a dark- horse, nnd upstart Arkansas Tech The A. & M. Bol! Weevils wrapped up their second loop victory by downing hepless Little Rock Junior College, 31 to 7, on the pa.wing of Dave Anderson. by the Blytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce. British Ryder Team Caotain Predicts Win NEW YORK, Oct. 22. ^j—Arthur Lacey, the non-playing captain oT che British Ryder Cup golf team, knows how it feels to beat the Americans- atul he thinks It can be done again this year. -Leccj- led his ten operatives off the Queen Mar y yesterday and waited little time In predicting that the Britains could win the international matches scheduled for Pinehurt, N. C., on Nov. 2 and 4. In fact, he said with a grin, he anticipated the Job ol "looking af- t-er the trophy ahoard ship when w-e return to England.** The British have captured the cup only twice in eight meetings with the United Slates, atnl I^acey was a member of one of the teams—the 1933 group which beat the Americans, 6'7-54- The other triumph by the visitors WM in 1929. The series was inaugurated in 1927, KJafflel football team.'* . . . That got 'cm mad, all right, but when the/ dashed out, they had to wait len minutes for Ihc band in leave the field and their wrath cooled off. House Committee Begins Last Series of Baseball Hearings WASHINGTON. Oct. 22. (AP>— A House committee trying to find out If organized baseball Is monopolistic today started iu last series of hearings. J. Taylor Spimx. publisher of the Sporting News, was railed lo give his views on the controversial reserve clause. But committee counsel indicated Ihe head of the baseball periodical '•vtl! be sounded out on oilier Issues raised In previous testimony, such .is the desirability of farm systems and draft rules. The schedule also culled for testimony from lhe Rev. Francis Moore, a San Jose. Calif., priest who has made a study of baseball law. and Will Harrlrtge. president of the American League. Rep. Celler (D-NY1, chairman of 1 the monopoly investigating subcommittee, plans to wind up the inquiry by mid-week <jf(er hearing from 'such other baseball personalities as | Branch Rickey, the orlginalor of the farm system who now heads the Pittsburgh Pirates' front office, lhe New York Yankees' famed Phil Rizzuto. and Larry R, MacPhail, baseball magnate turned horse ' breeder. The group has under considera- ; tlon three bills which would exempt basebaK from anti-trust laws. o ° F RO YALTY-Canada has i !5 ued this four-cent postase commemorating the visit of Princess Elizabeth of Great "rnain. and her husband the Duke nf FHinhitvh ' yard field goal. Ozarks was idle. Arkansas State, . powerhouse which is not eligible for the championship, journeyed to Troy Ala where it shellacked Alabama 'state" 39 to o. to give the AIC its second intersection*! victory or the week. Hendrlx Beat Bethel Friday night, little: Hendrbt college won He first game of the year downing Bethel college ol McKen- Jie, Tenn., 34 to 6. Ouachlta Coljege of Arkadelphia took the loop's only out-of-stat* loss of the week, bowing before Northeast Louisiana State, 6B to 0 Outstanding performances were numerous, with Anderson again taking most of Ihe sportlight with his passing and running. The dandy Weevil quarterback passed for thre« touchdowns and sneaked seven yards for another against Little Rock. Jimmy Cook, n fre-shman from Searcy, Ark., paced Tech to its upset of Teachers, kicking the field goal that proved the deciding factor and setting up a touchdown with » 35-yard pius. Quarterback Louis Sanford »nd fullback Roy L«db*tter were the stars of Southern's win. Ledbet- ler hit the line three times for touchdowns. Clyde Berry provided most of the spark for Henderson's losing effort leading his team on i 95-yard drive j and pa.wing for « touchdown. Next week's schedule: Little Rock vs Hendrix at Conway; Teachers vs A. k M. at Monllcello; Corry Field iPlal vs Arkansas State at Blytheville; Tech vs Ouachlt* »t Arkadelphia: Henderson vs Ozarks at ClarkKville: Southern vs McNefse JC at La li e Charles, L» PAGE KTW1 cnir , center, r~^-i, • i..- IE, ».»«ri^ g .^ MGK ^^« M ••••Bfifil^nHfi^BUniBi^HmBfHiMBH ^ -Paul Anders. left, has averaged five yards per carry for Penn State. Frank Gift n l Ve T « *&> mark for Sa ut * er n California. Hal Rcidenberj; is filling Full, oarx Jeff FJeischmann's bis shoes at Cornell (NEA) Porkers Had 'Quiet Determination' To Win; Doug Did 'Nothing Special' By CARl. BF.I.L PAYETITEV1I.LE, Ark., Oct. «. (AP ,_co«l, Otis Douglas ..aid today he did nothin, special to inspire his Arkansas Rawrbacks for their 15-H upset or Texas Saturday "I didn't even talk to them in the dressing room before the game," l,e added. -Th- boys Just had a quiet determinate to wm." Arkansas fans, however, did.much to encourage the Ra,orbar-ks Oov. Sirt McMath, an Arkansas* - ^^ Nothing Sure in Texas, Not Even the Steers By WILL (ilil.MSI.KY • NEW YORK. Oct. K. >AP,-Hanging Monday's football wash out to dry, and who said there's nothing sure but death and Texas? Mary Paul k Wins Ft. Smith Golf Tourney FORT SMITH. Ark.. Ocl. 22. (JT| —Mary Lena Faulk of Thomasville, alumnus who rooted from a box seat, had proclaimed "Beat Texas Week" and. In the proclamation, "ordered" the Razorbacks to upend the nation's fourth-ranking team. At the suggestion of University President Lewis Webster Jones, civic clubs and Individuals throughout the state peppered Arkansas Captains Pat Summerall, who kicked the game-winning field goal, and Dave Banner with telegrams voicing support. "This team." Douglas said, "has had a fine spirit all season. 1 didn't feel they needed to be inspired any higher. We've been strong enough to have won all our games but have been giving 'em away with our mistakes. We didn't make so many mistakes Saturday, and we won. "It was the best game we've played since I've been here." Texas was the big one. Arkansas hadn't beaten the Longhorns since i we. And Iht big one was the one in which the Douglas pro-style system arrived. Studenli Get Holiday "Maybe this win will give the boy* the steadine&s they need to go with their strength," said Douglas. "Boy, that was a great game! Texas Is every bit as good as everybody >.u.ui.i;e ann pintln said. I'd hate to have to play them j the deciding (actor every Saturday." Mrs. Breault took To celebrate the victory. Dr. Jones declared today a holiday at th« university. Classes will be resumed tomorrow. The Southwest Conference is a league where the upset is as common as a cold, and last Saturday was no different from the Texas Christian's Horned Frogs, dehorned by two opponents and denounced by irate fans, turned on Texas A. & M.. number six team in the nation, and soundly trounced them, 20 to H. Twice-bealeri Rice turned Southern Methodist's aerial circus into a laugh winning 28-7. Only Baylor stayed with the odds makers, trimming Texas Tech to lo 20. Ga.. is the new Hardscrabble Colin try Club women's open champion MiM Paulfc finished firs year's all-amateur field when she eliminated Mrs H O Breault of Chicago. 6 and 4. In the scheduled 36-holc finals. The pair clashed on a clear and windy day. ami Miss Faulks endurance and putting proved to be - a brief lead at the end of the nine holes of the morning round, but Miss faillk Texas Is about the imsuresl thin In football, with everybody in th Lone Star State a member of th klck-the-fnvorlte club. . . Texas and Texas A&M had their perfect records spoiled Saturday by conference members. . . Texas lost to Ark ansus, 16-H, and the Aggies went down before Texas Ohrfetlnn. 20-H . . . Also Rice won. 28-1. over South em Methodist, the team that neat Notre Dame. . . But it took a gov- Groza, Beard Face Charge of Bribery Former Kentucky Cage Stars Arraigned Today Hy JEKRV 1.1SKA CHICAGO, Oct. 22. (AP)— The Octopus-like colle« basketball .scandal tightened its toiitnclea on two of th* Kan.e s grwilcst motion, players today and sent cagedom'. lop pro circtiit 111(0 an emergency session Fimncr Kentucky All-Americas Alex Groza nnd Ralph Benrd were to be arrniiiued this morning lobout 12 noon CSTl oil a fugitlve'warrant charging bribery in » low game at New York's Madison Square Oar- den. At almost (lie same lime, the executive board of the National Basketball Association will meet In New York to constdt a policy for th •- ('"'"-.T i\i t LiiK hard-smitten Indianapolis oiym- pians. from which Uram and Benrd stoi-kholcler siars, already have been suspended. Seized here Friday night by officers of the New York district al- lorney's office, Oro/a nnd Resrd were expected 16 wnivc extradition In court today. With another former Kentucky star. 1949-50 captain, Dale Barn- slabJc. they will face bribe charges before the New York srand jury Barnstable yesterday went from Louisville, where he coaches at a high school, to New York. The Unec have admitted accepting *500 bribes each from a ring of gamblers (o rig the point spread against Loyola of Chicago In n 1949 invitational tourney game al Madison Square Garden. Undenlng i av . ola won Gl-sr, m what was regarded a prime upset. rlineci fo say whether Kentucky In the last school now Implicated In a iveb of "fixes" be-smlrchlng at least 3.1 ca^e players from seven COl]['gP,5. A source close to O'Connor said a report by Dr. F. C. (Phogi Allen Kansas basketball coach, lhat thre« more eastern schools will be involved was -Just fishing, we don't know of any other team.' 1 O'Connor Baid, however that Kentucky's entire 1948-49 schedul. will be closely examined for possible additional fixes. Gamblers involved said point-shaving was done In a Kentucky-Tennessee game at Lexington, Ky.. in 1949, but Groza and Beard have denied (his. O'Connor said evidence of th» Kentucky players' guilt was first unearthed shortly before the Brad- Icy scandal broke at Peoria. Ill, late last July, other schools already scandal-rocked Include CONY Long Island. New York University' Manhattan College .nd Tol«t» University. In an Interview at Indianapolln last night. Beard and Groza fru under $1,000 bond each, both Insisted nil their pro gamea were "on thejup-and-up." "We both realize what we did »nd we're sorry," sa id Beard at hln white bungalow. "If no other *ood comes out of this. It might help Ex-Seminole Bob Reid Is ASCs Punting Ace Bobby Desn Reid, » former slnr Osceola athlete, w( » b. on . , state Less than 40 Unbeaten Grid Teams Remain NEW YORK. Ocl. 22. iVjy-The list of the nation's unbeaten unit- cd college football teams has dwin- d ed to less than 40 an d only or* of them has not yielded a poin^ Boasting the lone unbeaten, united and unscored upon record Is PiUsburg (Kans.> SUte Teachers College, which has rolled up IBS points in .six games while hoWIng its opponents at bay. Seven of the nation's top 10 elevens In the Associated Press poll have unblemished records The other three—California (No u Texas i No. 41 and Tc.r« Aggips 'No. 6) dropped their first names Saturday. Michigan State 131 » nd Georgia Tech (S) each hs 5 won five games The other.t—Tennessee M,, Maryland H>. Illinois (81. Princeton (91 and Baylor (lOi have perfect marks In four contests each. Among the second len, Stanford (13). Cornell il4> and Northwest-! ern ne< have not lasted defeat The standings: TCU Baylor Arkansas Texas Texas SMU W L . 2 0 . 1 0 . 1 0 . 1 2 0 1 . 0 1 . 0 1 Pel. PU. Op. 1.000 37 21 1.000 9 - ^ 28 7 30 40 1.000 .333 .000 .000 .COO nine In finished each front Mrs. Breault .was obviously tiring when the end came, going four over par for the last live holes. Miss PauJk's over-all score of 134 was two \mder women'.s par for the 6.740-yard course. Mrs. Breault shot 140. Welch, Mobley On Legion's Card grudge Ug match be- UCLA's Sanders Booked on Drunk Driving Charge WEST LOS ANGELES, Oct. 22. '.7>,_Coach Henry iRerit Sanders or (he UCLA /ootbnll team was arrested and booked on a drunk driving charge night. Officers C. p. Palmerton and C. L. Bnhner said they saw Sanders drive through an Intersection "verv „„ fast" and subsequently saw him M |<l"ve "as much as five feet" on the wrong side of a highway center line. Sanders was quoted in the arrest report as saying he had three drinks at a bar and [ell "reasonably Rood." His team bent Oregon 41-0 Saturday. Its second win iri five starts. A special Ueen two teams or "heavyweight enemies has been booked as the main event of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium tonight. Roy Welch and Rex Mobley are billed to .square off against Eddie Malone and Bad Boy Brown. The bout will be a best two of three falls affair. The heated lend between the four grapplera bfgan three necks ago and was brought to a boiling point last week when Malone used a lap- ! ""•"•wm, the draft. wc Rct lhe ox " * *'"*" '" * bOIltllr «>* "'«''«" person",. Mvril Draft Gives U.S. Army Higher I.Q. in Year HEIDELBERG. Germany IAP) _, The intelligence avernse of Amer-i 'can troops in Germany Is going up Hp.ison: TJie draft, j Officers in lhe U.S. Army's im- \ opean Command hcadqiiDrters here! say Army intelligence averatsrs BO! up every time there Is a military^ draft ' ernor's proclamation to beat Texas . . . Last week Arkansas' chief cx- nampion, ecutive, Sid McMath, Issued an or- 51 in this der that the Razorbacks' snap Tex yesterday ] as 1 13-year victory string in the se,„ -L, ^ , rles The Hararbacks obeyed. Princeton, with a n-game winning streak, took similar orders but not from the governor. . Before the game with Lafayette at Palmer Stadium the Princeton band spelled oi.l: "Murder the Maroon" Princeton ivon. 60-7. scoring at a point-a-mlnute pace. Quote-unquote: Col. Carl (Redi Blalk. coach of Army's wlnlcss tcnm: 'nils isn't the best team Tve I coached, but It's the most generous." SiiV|iielii«rina Unbeaten The outstanding individual performance of the day perhaps was uncorked in a game between two relatively obscure teams in a rr-Ia- iivcJy obscure football city called New York. . . I, wasoilis Watson no phantom-hipped San Francisco halfback, who raced 94 and 90 yards and scored his IWi, 12th nnd 13lh iQiidhdowns In beating Fordham. •12-26. , . l-ullback Buck McPJiall of Oklahoma picks up his yardage the hard way but lhat's Just the same ... In the 33-21 win over Kansas he carried the ball 20 times. Result: Look who's unbeaten and untied - . . It's little Susfluchanna. coached by Amos Mama stngg and winner over Johns Hopkins and Wagner. . . And look who hasn't won n game yet: Army and Navy. . it's not at all inconceivable it's VVPI'I likely, that these two service elevens will come ,,p to their annual classic Dec. I without a victory on either side. . . still 100.000 will puji, and shove their way Into Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium to sec the ! card, and ! with bouts also arejeragc persons." one officer explai- Brown meeting rd "These 'brilliant' persons -isua : meeting Mob- ly do not enlist In the army as 1 pirate." SHEET METAL WORKS ---- —OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, Shearing up lo mills, oi) mills. Ctislom inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 11 7 South [{roadway Phone 2651 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA M WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 22 g p m TAG MATCH B. B. Brown & Eddie Malone — — -^^^^^ Adults 50c—Children 15c Roy Welch & Rex Mobley For Reserved Seals. Call 3389 Alto 2 1-Fall 90 Minute Matches Brown vs. Welch Malone vs. Mobley PROGRAM SCHEDULC KOSE S60 On Vour Dial Tuesday, (Mubcr 2M, 1951 MOKMNO 6.00—Sign on 6:00—Musical Roundup 6j45—Southern Gospel Slnocrs 1:00--News 1:0;>— Yawnln In Mawriln' 8:00 -News 8:15—Bing Sings 8:30 KOSE Kapers 9:00—Woman's Viewpoint 9:30 -Tin Pan Alley 9:15--nearest Mother 10.'00--News 10:0.>--Modern Concert Hall 10.30—Meet Ih? Band 11:00- -News 11:05—Farm Frolics AFTERNOON 12:00—News 12:15—Noon Serenade 12:10—Cotton Area Forecast 1:00—Behind the World News 1:05—Matinee Melodies 2:00—Kews 2:05— Hillbilly Round Up 3:00—News 3:05—Hepttme 4:00- -Mews 4:05--Mutrav's Madhouse S:00—Record Rack 5:1,5—.Scoreboard 5:30-Slgn Off Heiri came to stale College after highly successful athletic career at Osccoltt High School where he was an all-around athlete. While in high school, he lettered four years In basketball, two years in track and 3 years In football. He played quarterback on the Semlnole team nnd holds one ol the most impressive records of lhat school's history. He enrolled at State in January of IB 15. He ha* lettered the past* two years In both track and football. He runs the 880 and mile relay. In football he plays right half He has earned the nickname "the toe" because of his long distance punting. This year his six-game average is 43.6. Ele ranks ninth in j the nation In small college comne- ! titlon. He plays safety on Coach i frosty England's defensive platoon. Bob has made an outstanding i scholastic record while at State! College. His grade point average Is• 2. plus (be,tler than a "B" average!.' Last year he was elected by the student body as the "Most Versa- j tile Boy o! 1950. He was president o! the freshman class during his' lege when they tangle af Haley Field Friday night freshman year. He Is i member of the "A" Club, p. E. club, in 4 ArknStaters. He was freshman representative on the Student Council In 1050. He Is » member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Bob was sworn Into th« N» T »I Aviation Cadet program last August. He Is due to report to Pensa- co!a,,Fla., In February to begin 11 weeks of pre-fllght training. Tti. coveted "Navy Wings of Gold" »nd ftn Ensign's commission In the Navj will be awarded at the conclusion of his training. Reid In 20 years old and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Reid of Leaclrville. Read Courier New. Oluiiried Adi. Our New Number 4507 Woods Drug Nature has smiled upon this fitu whisky! Rich, light Straight Kentucky Bourbon with lhat old-fashioned flavor.. ."Mellow as Moonlight" . .Cascade is all Whisky. Straight Whisky... n.iuirally good because it's naturally aged...Try it todsyl ?Q(vn s* S s W I'inl *t«, QI. "' '_"' »•""" ""Hi"" MKM-T. i,,^.«,.. u r.iif rus mm », nw MI 'fKOM THE LIFE AND VIGOR Of THE GRAJW

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