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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVUJ.E (AKK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER », Tennessee Vols Take Over As Nation's Top Grid Team California Falls to Ninth; Arkansas in Second Ten Hj JOHN CIIA.YIH.Klt NKW YORK. (M. 23. (AI*)—The University of 'IVn- m\ssee, rated as the nation's No. 1 collect* football team before the season opened, finally made tin; ^nidy today in the fourth weekly Associated Press poll, California, las! week's lop team, dropped lo Hie No. 0 spot. The Volunteers of Gt'». Hob Ncy-! Jireb Sal unlay, )4-7. The Trrjw, N". land, who clouted Alnbnmn 2T-I3 1 last week, moved up to No, 5. Saturday, received a whopping total' Another learn moving up is Uuv- of 70 /Jrst-ptare votrs out of (til lor, noiv No. 7 after a Nr», 10 mrifc- ca?( by the nation's -sports writers ftif? last week. The ncnrs Ihumpc'c and sports rasters to takr ovr-r the j Texan Tec)). <0-20. Saturday. i Princeton, wt(h n uintiiiu! stM.if-: This Rave Tcnnes-w n total of 1,- of 17 .straight panies after trrtuiir. 364 point*—a comfortable imnvin J»K I-Muye.U*.-. fi(]-7. *r:i! ;'|> ;t nnr-h over Michigan Stale, (lie No. 2 tenm.i from No. 9 (o No. 8. The Tox'is xvith 1,202 points, Michigan Stale, a • lx>nRhorns. upset by Aikansrt.s, Hl-I-l. 32-21 winner o\'er Pcnn Slate, had almost foil out of the top H). sfcjr!- 28 Cirst-piace votes, and moved noiding from N'o 4 ]MM v.-frk fn NO, 10 from R third place rnnkint; a week! All of the top 10 tr-anis '-xvcnt apo. j Southern California, California ;<iul Thfi rough wrekend for sru'rul Tnxns me mirJrfrjitrrl iuicl imliccl. top-ranking teams caused sonic Jus;- Stiinford. ;tl- t -o \\ilh a p'-t fec( nv- Rlmg of the M nudities nmoni; the \ ord. leads the second ten—onlv rt top ten, but only Texas A. X- M.jfew painl.i out of the <-li:irim-t] '< ir- dropped out of tho setnct group. The'do, followed Ijy Cornell and Nor'li- Ac?i€» skidded from No. 6 layt work; western—also with ucbciitcn, 1111- U> No. 16. alter bcJiiff upset by Tex-j tied i-ororils. as Christian, 20-14. | Ark;tn s ^s lillh Southern California's Trojims.; The first ten. with lirM-pb'T- who hunp a 21-14 defeat on the Cul- voles in pnrenthrr.Is, b;^;rd cm in itoriita Bears, made the hi^Ke.sL points tor first pla<T, n»ic for SIT- jump in the ratings—from lltli a j ond, eJ^bt for third, etc. wcrk ago to the No, 6 place vntatrd iilu- Hi. v,ait until •fjpint.' tor .illi Tc-.xus. over lend by the Texas Aggies. Georgia! Tech, which took the Southeastern Conference by defeating Auburn. 27-7. advancer! from fiftli place to (hl/d. The Tech Yellowjackets were the only other team besides Tennessee and Mlclil- Stale to get more than t.000 points. Geortjln Tech hud 1,022. Illlnt Moves Up Illinois, which fnvndcd the far «st to demonstrate Its power with n 27-20 victory over Washington, moved all the \vttv up from clplith place to the No. 4 rnuk. The Illiul edged out Maryland for the No. 4 place by 37 points. 878 lo 8-11. Maryland, which always gets a tough, rouoh afternoon from North Carolina, bnrely defeated the Tar- 1. Tennessee (70 2. Michigan State <2B> 3. Gcort'.la Tccti lllil •1. Illinois 1121 5 Maryland i l:n ... a. .Southern California cl 7. Haytor rji 8 Princeton 12) fl. California (1) 10. Texas Second Ten 11. Stanford (1) 12. Cornell <1> .. n. Northwestern M. Wisconsin 15. Notre Dame . ... 16. Tcxns A. <fe M. (1) 17. Kentucky (1) 18. WashinRton Stale in. Arkansas 20. San Francisco . SWC Teams Prep lor Tough Week j Porks Got Ready ; For Sonfn Clara; j Injuries Plentiful DALLAS, Oct 3S. (AE'i — Mo i Southwest Conference prM coavln staged Inii-d woikonl.', linluy In j>r |)»r»tinn lor anothi'r niiiy slinkc up tin.. UU'S'y ]oop. Taking It r i asy ii]-< Metliodinl MnsliuiKs toinotTftw lo .st;jjt tjif ij- next. ^;i]iii;- -Nu The Texas ChrlMi; . ... lii',')l siilritx anil :;•[><,ucd tui mrtli- CT Injiinl's in if. up it r.t Trxas AAiM. 'I'lie l-Yocs ]i];ui ,, -lunl M-rini- f:i.i«e (o:l;<y or (oiiiosr'tu lenve Friday lly jil:uirr mi etinu: \\ r ith S'uMhi'i n 111 l.os A/lKelcs K:itm-il»v. Arkiiiis;iK cfninti'd t.nly fv.n ilnllie.s after tile bnusini; vi over Texus. Mimar Mctliiii, qiu liiirk. is tronhlc-d wltii a sore iimi I>niise<l shoulder but will be! rcaily lo RO npainsl Hantn Cliirn; S;itni(lay. Center Jim Snulll may I inlss the Biiiue beenust ol n fondly! bruised le^r. Elaylfjr t;oat.-ll GiMirvie SLIIKT judin- i:;ecl (he Bears actual t'idav in j)i-e- imrallon for the Asulc (janio at C'ol- - . . li'Bc Station Satunl:'v"lfe s-iul he a <.-'i 1 »»!>lonship IxiMiball club, Lou ! would nol r.niw nntii'lnier lliLs week I Uol " l "' l>u dul ' WL cvcn "" if Ri.av«l Walier Bales and llaroitl i. 1 ! 0 "" 11 " 1 ''; ;hile m ' M ' K llts [ormiil Hilcy will l,c ready tor Hie lilt. HI- ' Mmi " s tllc B°M«'> Red Hox 1 man- ley IniMi'l played Hie last two 1,'ainr.f and Hales misscil last SLilinduy v.itli CRYSTAL GAZER — Kocky ^^;lrciaJlo Irics to catch a fllimpsc of his irniiii <!:;:(<> fistic future as he train.-: at Orcen- wood Lake. N.Y., fur his 10- 1'iiind match with J>" Louis at ?.T;u'ison Square rjaiiien, Oct. '.K. Tin.' Brockton. Mass . heavy- v.'t'i;^ht appears av/fi as lie sees the old champion on the (ioor. (NKA) Lou Boudreau Takes Over as Red Sox Pilot BOSTON. Oct. '23. M 1 , --Realizins, just how difficult it is to assemble Hogs Celebrate Win Over Texas 'Appreciation Week' Proclaimed in State After Upset Victory LI'ITLE ROCK, Oct. 23. (API — This is "Hazorback Appreciation Week" In Arkansas—a tribute to tht- university's football team for floins whal It was asked to do in •Coal Texas Week." The Rszorllacks won the game last Saturday. 10-14. Mayor Hnrold Falls at Wynne, president of the Arkansas Municipal League, said lie would proclaim the nppredatlrjn week for all muni- clnalilirs in the state today. Tlie mayor of Little nock and North Wide Rock issued such proclamations yesterday. Atul the Roorback Boosters Club of Little Rock voted at Its weekly j meet Inn yesterday to present a: trophy I/) the team in recognition I parenthesis): Dodgers Dominate AP's 1951 All-Star Nine; Musial Picked Baseball Writers Choose Team; Schocndicnst on Second Squad By JOE FALLS NKW YORK, Oct. 23. (AP)_A power-packed outfield, a light inner defense and crafty pitching backed by that rare diamond commodity—a hard-hitting catcher—make up the 19ol Associated Press all-star baseball team . Eight of the 16 big league clubs are represented on the sixth annual AP dream team, chosen yesterday by 186 members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America. The Brooklyn Dodgers salvaged sonic glory from the '51 season by placing three players on the squad —the only learn with more Ihan one representative. The all-star team (with votes in of the victory. .Arkansas' first over Texas In 13 years. "Heat Texas Week" was proclaim- First, base— Ferris Fain, Athletics base — Jackie Robinson, till). Second ed by University President Lewis Dodgers <1W). Webster Jones and Gov. Sid Me-! Third base—George Kcll, Tigers Math, who ordered the Razorbacksj 1144). to "dehorn the Lonuhorns." ihortstop -Phil Rizzuto, Yankees inasmuch as the build-up appur- (79>. cntly Inspired the Ra/orbnefcs Left field — Ted Williams Red against Texas, their followers are sox (102). hopeful that this second straight i Centertietd-Stan Musial Cardi- «eek will produce similar; nals (179). Right field — Haluh Kiner, Pirates (105). Catcher—Roy Campanella. Dodgers (167). Lefthanded pitcher — Preacher Hoe, Dodgers (116). rUghthanded pitcher—Sal Maglie Giants (82). The outfield of Williams. Kiner and Musial—who combined rccciv- «5 ~ i lee iujurie.s. At College Slntlnu vcsleifliiy r sno-nmn AWJR cadet r-orj the Hit p.',il"'!> rally at the end of Texas A.VM i,^:'Uriel workouts, '('he varsity nridders the brnnt ut the TCU dc- 01 •17 . i feat went through light drills only. Accused Kentucky Players Face Trial in Hew York Court Kj ORI.O KOBEBTSON NEW YORK, Oct. 23. (,T>—Three former university of Kentucky basketball stars, two of them among the greatest ever developed in the blue grass country, were to be arraigned today on charges of accepting bribes to fix an Intercollegiate same. The players Involved in the lat-t- esi chapter of the basketball scan-| dalfi are former all-Americas Alex' Groza and Ralph Beard, members of Kentucky's national collegiate champions of 1948 and 1M9, nnd Dale Barnstnble. captain of the 1949-50 team, Gro7-i, six-fool seven-Inch center, and Beard, pint-sized sharp shoot- Ing guard, are pnrt miners nlld members of the Indianapolis Olvm- pinns of the National Basketball AJsociatton. Barnstable. Is a Louisville High School coach. They are charged with taking {500 each for shaving points in the March 14. 1949 National Invitation tournament game with Loyola of Chicago at Madison Square Garden. Loyola won Inc. game G7-50. • Groza ami Beard were returned here from Chicago by Assistant District Attorney Vincent A. G. O'Connor last nisht. a feu- hours after the National Basketball Association lcy - .u...-nyllll f*.-..->ul_lllUUI] ordered Ihe two playeis lo dispose E of all their stock in the Olympians lo " within a month. President Maurice Podoloff of the NBA previously had .suspended them fen- life from 'play- Welch, Mobley Victorious in Grudge Match Roy Welch and Hex Moblcv von another grudge wrestling duel last filfe'ht. fliis one from Eddie Malone and Had Hoy Brown. Welch and Mobley rallied to lake the final two falls of the tai; match main event on the American Legion's weekly urcsthni; piom-nm nt Memorial Auditorium last night after losing the lirst round. The disqualification of Malone by Referee Mike Meroney in both ol Ihe last Iwo falls proved to be Ihe turning poinl for Welch and atoh- loth time.s. Meroney waved Mae from the ring because (he Florida pepper pot look issue with the rinit official uvcr decisions nnd becan bo.vins him around Hluht end Charlie Hodge had .... injured buck from (he TCU game thai may keep him on the bench Ihis Saturday. A bruised and haltered Texas team showed up fur a workout yesterday. Several suffered minor'in- juries in loslne lo Arkansas hut only line-barker Dun Monasro and euard Hill Milbmn are likely to miss the tussle wllli Rice Owls. Menasco hns a badly sprained ankle and Milburn is suffering from a bruised back. The Owls too): (hint's pnsv yes- lorday but Coach Jess Neely said there wmiltl be hard work today. N'rclj- said he hopes lo have Itnlfbac'k Toddy muss In his siimine lineup Saturday but there Is s.ome dniibt. Ks suffered 1 a urui.sctl .shoulder. iiger for tlie next t'.vo ;-:ra.sons. Evidently rccallint: the seven yours he rcfiuire<t to make the CleveJawl Indiiin.s the I. ( li3 world cliruninons, Doudn-au's only promise was to plug the Heel Sox' obvious fWlis. "Our first need is an established catcher, then a dependable double- play results In Saturday night's game with Santa Clara hi Liltle Rock. County's Cage Officials to Meet The Mississippi County Basketball Officials' Association will hold its! „ " ~ first meeting of 1951-52 school year if S2o3 ' (wa thls J' e: »' l °r thctr serv- Nov, 5, Harold (Trigger) Wall of I iccs — smacked 104 home ' runs and Manila, association president, said drove acr °ss 343 runs. Kiner poked oday. the most round-trippers of any- Tlie meeting is scheduled for IJly- theville's City Hall at 7:30 p.m. At Ihe meeting, officers tor the, ---. .- online year will be elected and a safeties, topped this trio in base combination." IJmicireau clav when Oeneral Manager Joe Cronin made the long anticipated announcement concerning Sieve O'Neill's successor ns Red Sox pilot. "And we'll trade any one of our player* to get the strength we need." Bondreau continued. "Does that include Ted Williams? " he was asked. "Yes," Lou replied. "Everybody, Ted included, will be used as trad- Ing material to get the players we u-ant." since . .Malone and Brown won the lirst tall in 15 minutes and wci'e well on llicir way to a match victory when Mnlime Mimed lu work on Meioiu-y his flushes of ill ing in the pro league. Biunstahlr has been here Saturday nichl. Before IcaviiiL- Chicago where i Gi-07» and Heard waived r\ir,iili-1 But nis !l " sllr ' <>' ill temj linn. O'Connor snid "Vou mav as- 1 lllni no "lh« hut an i-.<; K • show sumc thai other schools probnblv. AI " :I ' M; 'l°:H' was liisqnahfirc am involved." O'Connor's comment canie when hr was i<kr,l ;,houi n printed rc- Canning Activity Increases in U. S. NEW YORK, WV-Thc US. Department uf Agriculture o.stimatt\s iiL abnut live million tons of corn, kvnjiloes. .sjiap beans and lima hciin.s will find their \viiy into cans thi.s yi'iir. The department reports that two biHitjn ciins were used in processing then 1 vcLjetublcs > r par with a value of over $120,000,000 Due to improved methods of jir^ervntinn, tlit'ie arc now more than 45 varieties of highly nutritluus vegetables avinhibit? in cans tlic year around, Or. H. H. Lueck, ri'scan-li director of tin' American Can Company, posited out. i-kert about pnrl that as many as seven more schools were lo lie riuiy/cd in the pomi-riusnm; that already involved ?cvcn schorl..; and mnre Sinn 30 players. Hrmvn was no pniblrm for Welch and Molilev. He was pinned in tin scror.'l tnll b>- \Tot)!e\ in U minutr- and by Welch in Die ,-ei:on<l [all in 15 minutes I In the !wo one-tall prchmin;\n , Ixnit?, lost lo M.iblcy in [ClRht unnules and Welch I I3]-owii in 15 minutes The hcavicfl a'cm ye! >1i,iwercd The (irst crossine o[ the Ailanli. is called califoinium. ihe production by airplane wns in Mav. 101t>. when of nhu-h 'tn mean,; of hieh er.eri-y : the Ameii-an liy.lroplnne NC-1 particles from the rvclrtrcn at 'he ' crossed from Trcp.ivcv. Newfomiil- I'HivcrSily o! Cahlornhn was an- land. Ui Lisbon t'oilu-al "R hour- tlouncf ri carl;,- j,, I9in ; mA ,7 minutes. •^^^^^^••••MMQM^MaHM^HB^MMVHH We Finance AUTO & TRUCK REPAIRS Complete Service on All Mokes FREE ESTIMATES = IN TODAY! BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY Walnut & First Phone 4422 Read Courier News Classified Ads. body in cither league. 42. while Williams led all hitters with 126 runs batted in. Musial, • discussion of high school asketball rules will be held. hits. Good Infield Defensively, the infield of one of the best in recent years. Pain topped the American League in hitting, with a .3-U mark, and life classy glove work around first base can't be overlooked. Robinson hit a solid .338 while Rizzuto, last, year's most valuable player, slipped to .274. Kel!, ol course, always has been one of the game's best defensive players. This year was no exception, and he had a healthy J19 average lo go along with work around third base. Campanella, a candidate for the National • League's most valuable player award, was the big gun for hit for current-day catchers ...... v,'hile knocking in loa runs, mostly on his 33 homers. Campy also handled Brooklyn's wobbly mound staff In . ----- . Rce and Maglie, iron 45 games between them while losing only nine ....... a snappy .833 percentage. Roe, while compiling a 223 record, twice won 10 in a row for the Dodgers. He was Manager Charley Dresden's big man in the futile stretch run. Maglie. with 23 wins and six losses, was a overpowering pitcher. The strong righthander struck out 145 batters and walked only 83. Roe fanned 112 and walked even fewer men, 64. According U> the voting, the second team shaped up like this: First base— Gil Hodges, Dodgers (67); second base — Red Schoendienst. Cardinals (3); third base- Gil McDougald. Yankees (24); shortstop— Chico Carrascmel, White the Dodgers last summer. He .325— something of an oddity expert _style. The 'pitchers. ueiensiveiy, me tnlieJd ot Fain. snortstop-Chico Carrasquel, White ed pitcher-Warren Soahn Brawi Robinson. Kell and Rizzuto rates as Sox (43); left field-Monte Irvin, <" 9) P ' Major Leaguers To Play Manila Bearden's All-Stars To Meet Independent Nine Friday Night MANILA, Oct. 23. _ Gene Bearden's team of barnstorming major league baseball players will play Manila's independent team at Manila's City Park Friday night. Harold (Trigger) Wall, manager of the local nine announced today. Beard en, Detroit Tiger 'plt=h«r has a team ol 15 major league players currently touring the nation, Playing exhibition games with semi-pro and amateur nines. The game, an annual event In Manila, Is scheduled for 8 p.m. Players from six of the 16 major league clubs make up the touring all-star team. Teams represented are the Boston Red Sox. Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers, St. Louis Browns, Washington Senators and the St. Louis Cardinals. Making up Bearden's team are: Less Moss, Roy Hartsfield and Clyde Vollmer of the Red Sex; Rocky Nelson of the White SoxfiB Sherman Lollar. cliff Fannln and'' Ken Woods of the Browns; George • Red) Munger, Kurt Krieger and Chuck Diering of the Cardinals; Ed Stewart and Micky Grasso of the Senators; Bearden, Prank House^ Hal White and Steve Sou- chouck of the Tigers. Proceeds of the game are to go to the Manila team. Giants (85); centerfield — Richie Ashburn, Phillies (49); righWield— Orestes Minoso, White Sox (25); catcher _ Larry Berra. 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