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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Nine Missco Teams Slated To See Action This Week Sports Roundup HUGH FUI.l.EKTON, SK. NEW YORK. Ocl. 29. (,]';-Look for baseball to create an "open classification for leagues which us pire lo become majors at this winter's meetings . . . Hie main difference between that and the present Tripple-A setup Is that clubs will be allowed to withhold certain players from the draft ... ft won't be just a sop to the Pacific Coast League, but ffiiy circuit which can qualify on population and size of paries can move up to (his class . . . This action will be baseballs defense against mono|y>ly charges and Shag Shaughnessy, ruddy- faced International League president, figures it may eventually lead to the formation of two new major leagues . . . "Five of our cities nre prospective major league towns while the coast league has only two, Shag ai-gues. "rake those nnd thre« from the American Association and you'd have a pretty good major league. I think they'd support major league ball, too." . . . How about players? . . . "Well," said Shag, "fvie years ago I wouldn't have thought of operating a club in our league without a major league connection. Now I wouldnt be afraid lo operate as an Independent. We have just, as good players as they have now." Quote, Unquote Dr. Herman B. Wtlll, l:nli.tn» University president: "Im nut loo much concerned »bout tht sre»l cry over the over-emphasis and commercialism of ithlctlcs. We want to rie-emphaaiEe failure and emjih»lz« Ylctory." the county. Burdctle is (lie only team traveling outside the county tills week. The Pirates go to Lc- panto Friday night. All three of Ulytheville's teams, the Chicks, Decs and Paps, see action this week. The Chicks play I'iggott here Friday night while the Bees journey to Wilson the same night. On Thursday night, the Paps clows out. their season against osceoln'.s jun lor Semlnoles at Haley Field. One other (fame is on tap for Thursday night. Thai one will pit the West Memphis juniors against Keiser si Reiser. Semlnoles Travel O.sceola Semhioles travel this week, going lo Shawnec Friday nlghl to meet the Siinwncr Indians. Coach Dukie Speck's Semlnoles are expected lo breeze through this booking alter last Friday night's tough encounter with Wliltchnvcn, renn., which was won by Whitehaven. Blythevllle's Chicks nre Jn for another tough night against Plg- sott. The Mohawks boast one of Lhe best teams hi tlie history of their school. The Chicks returned to practice today after a week of fairly easy drills fast week due to an open date. Following the piggolt same, the Jhlcks have but one more outing this season.. That will be a home game against the Pnragould Bulldogs on Nov. 9. Monday Matinee Clarenca Hartwlck, owner of America's most traveled filly. Sickle's Image, has issued a challenge for a race track between his spe«d queen and Kiss Me Kate, the No. 1 candidate for the 1951 best three-year-old filly nomination. There's no chance for the match to be run before the HI a lea li meeting . . . Bill Werber, former star Duke »thlEt« and major league ball player snd now head of the Duke'General Alumni Association, was chosen to crewn Duke's homecoming queen last Saturday. Chances »re he sold her some Insurance during the ceremony, too ... Fay Tayloiir, a redheaded Irish girl who earns her living by breaking automobile speed records, hesitates to walk into a crowded newspaper office. "I just couldn't go In there alone with »11 those men," she explains. Dotl All, BfOlhri-i Oojncldenoe depl: On Tuea- daj before VMI played Virginia, Tonunj Blrite, first string VMI fullback, was kicked on the hip by a freahnun linebacker and was ildeHned for the rest of the week because of a pinched nerve. In the neit scrimmage, on Wednesday, sub Tim O'Neill was kicked In the same spot by. the same linebacker and pinched the same n"ve . . . They should teach that kid not lo tackle with his feel • . . When someone asked Ace Parker, Duke backficlrt coach, his opinion of the Tennessee team, Ace answered: "Bob Xerland h.is guys selling programs In the stadium who can play on mir team." . . . Cosh, program-selling must be profits!,It. Chicks Play Piggott Here; Paps to Entertain Osceola Mississippi County opens the final month of its 1931 football seaso,n (his weekend with nine of its 11 teams scheduled to see action in six games. Or Hie six games on schedule,* ill but one will be played within Southern State's Streak Broken McNeese Humbles Muleriders 35-14; Tech Nips Ouachita ' By CAR I, KKJJ, LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 29. .W| — Southern State's long winning ilrcak has ended, but the Mule- •idcrs nevertheless have llic pleasure of owning an undisputed lead In the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference football race for the first time this, season. That's because Southern's first Cards' Coach Ray Blades Is Released ST. LOUIS. Oct. 29. I/?,—The St. Louis Cardinals will operate with iust three coaches next season. The club gave Coach Ray Blades lls unconditional release Saturday. Owner Fred Saigh said Blades will not be replaced. Blades wan both a player and anager in the Rcdblrd system, th major and minor leagues, from 1921 to 1940. He managed the t. Louis .club In 1939 and until uly. 19W. He was signed as a coach soon after Marty Marlon became manager last December. Welch, Mobley On Legion Card Grudge wrestling returns lo the Memorial Auditorium ring tonight with the renewal of the long .slanting feud between the Welch family and Red Roberts. In the Ing match main event. Roberts, who hails from Little Rock uid Eddie Mnlonc, the Florida bnd »y. are booked to do battle with Lester Welch and Rex Mobley. Lester is the youngest of the four vrestling Welch brothers who have been ring enemies of Roberts for number of years. In the preliminary matches, Roberts will meet Mobley and Welch cs on Mnlone. Missed Extra Point Kick Beats Pro Giants NEW YORK. Oct. 29. (,T>,_ A missed point after a touchdown, something seldom seen among the professionals, could prove mighty costly for the New York Giants in quest of the American Conference tills in ihe National Football Groza converted twice for the Browns for tlie margin of victory The Chicago Benrs took undisputed possession of first place In (he National Conference, beating Detroit's Linns 28-23. A game buck of the Bears, tied for runner-up TV,. , , . honors with 3-2-0 records, arc Las ine missed punit came yesterday I AiiKelcs, San Francisco and Green anil permitted the Cleveland Browns i Bay. defeat since early 1950 came at the bunds) of an out-of-state team, while College of the Ozarks, perfect record was spoiled by a lie in conference play. Southern, formerly Magnolia A. ^ M., had regi.stered 12 consecutive ,'lctories since last October—five of them this year and four In loop play—before a hard-charging McNeese College eleven battered It, 35-14. at Lake Charles, La.. Saturday night. McNeese's powerful line was the difference as it consistently broke through lo throw Mulcrider backs for losses. Ozarks-llcnilersnn Tl« Ozarks, the AIC's surprise team, ind Henderson, the defending champion. battled to a 1-7 draw in the mud at Clarksvllle. Knob Grim- metl scored Henderson's touchdown on a short line plunge. Fritz Ehren ran 28 yards for the Ozarks icore. Rain at Nfonticello made the ball :oo slippery for Arkansas A. & M. inarterback Dave Anderson to give :ils usual passing performance, but 115 running was worth 176 yards and two touchdowns as the Boll Weevils beat Slate Teachers. 25 to 16, the victory kept alive A. & M.'s ;itle hopes. Arkansas Tech Ounchita, 12-£ nipped winless 80-yard , , - otichdown run by Jimmy Cooke in the : first quarter and a 35-yard scoring pass frcm Qene Armitage to Voris Johnson in the last minuti of by. Friday. Little Rock Junior College downed Hendrlx, 40-20. and Arkansas State ran over Corry Field Fla -0. Three conference games are carded next Saturday night— Southern State at Teachers. A. & M. at Tech afid'Ozarks at Little Rock. Ouachita will visit Northeast Oklahoma Friday night. Luxora Breaks Losing Streak With 27-7 Win LUXORA, Oct. 29.—What Is believed to be the 'State's longest, losing sirc;ik came to an end Friday night when the Luxora Panthers garnered their first win at football since the 1948 season. The Panthers broke their losing skein, which wn.s extending into its third year, by thumping Marion 27- qunrtcr but the second and in that period they had two touchdown drives stopped short of the goal line. Marion scored its lone tally In the second period. Luxoras last victory was a 72-0 MONDAY/OCTOBER.», 1951 Hogs Lose Jurney For Rest of Year Porker End Undergoes K Operation After Injury LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 29. (AP)—The University of Arkansas lias lost the services of two first string football players because of surgery in the past nine days. ' * Star end Bill Jurney, 20, of Cof. f I if/* T •• loyvllle. Kan., underwent an emer SWC Teams Face CrucialWeekend __ _ _ ALL-AROUND MAN — Bob Mathias added fullbackinc" to his icormc two touchdowns that gave Stanford a 21-7 Jiciorv ™£ nr %? lclic . accom.mshinents College Gridders Observe Navy Day With Wild Deluge of Heavy Scoring By RIP WATSON NEW YORK. Oct. 29. (AF)-U was Navy Day Saturday and one look at the college football scores was a strong 'reminder of the date. Princeton swamped Cornell, 53-15; Wisconsin washed over Northwestern, 41-0; Oklahoma drowned Colorado In touchdowns. 55-H and Tennessee drydockcd poor little Tennessee Tech 68-0 Then' there were these scoriiiK salvos: Michlgtan State 53, Pitt 20, Michigan it Minnesota 27, and Ohio State 47 Iowa 21. Michigan's defending Big 10 champions, rolling now alter dropping two non-conference games, clash with Illinois in a game that may decide the eventual conference kingpin. In the southwest, TCU and Baylor meet in the game of the day The Southwest. Conference was the sole exception to the torrent of touchdowns. In the cattle country's key games, rebounding Texas hnlt- ed Rice's vaunted air attack, 14-6. and Bnyior scored twice in the last quarter to tie Texas A & M, 21-21, and remain unbeaten. Two last-period touchdowns also figured in another Southwest Conference school's game, but these were scored by Southern California, which edged Texas Christian, 28-26. The USC-TCU extra point battle highlighted an intersectiotml program which was marked by the southwest dropping three games while winning none. Besides the TCU game, Santa Clara, which had lost tour out of five, won 21-12 over an Arkansas team on the letdown after last week's Texas victory, and Villsnova had one touchdown too many for Houston, 33-27. Few Upsets Otherwise there were few upsets, however, and the top. ten teams in the Associated Press poll had a perfect record snve for the tie played by Baylor. No. 7. Third-ranked Georgia Tech utilized a blocked punt for a touchdown, then added a, safety for an 8-7 win over Vanderbilt. Illinois, No. 4, shut out Indiana, 21-0, on three touchdowns by Johnny Karras. Maryland. No. 5, trounced Louisiana State, 27-0, nnd California. No. 9, whipped Oregon State, 35-14. Oilier top ten winners were Tennessee. No. 1— Michigan state. No. 2; USC, No. 6; Princeton, No. 8 and Texas, No. 10. Navy lost again, even if it was Navy day, when Penn punched out a M-0 victory tn the last quarter. As Hie teams head into November and the traditional battles (or conference honors, next Saturday's schedule shows three games matching teams undefeated in conference play. Princeton, headed for its second straight Ivy League title and working on a string of 18 straight after the amazingly one-sided trouncing of Cornell, plays hcst to Brown. The Bruins, who won their only league game against Vale, should be easy meat for Dick Kazmaier and his mates. Incredible Hoople Selects Navy, Oregon State to Win By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE Bljr Upset Picker . Halloo, my zillions of gentle read- rsl Today finds me in a salubrious rnood. prepared to pass on to you the tidings of a few major upsets. and to crow, and chortle a bit because of recent form reversals I selected. Throughout the length and breadth of the land—hnr-rumph! —I seriously doubt if there is another prcgnosticator who selected Rice to triumph over mighty Southern Methodist just one week after the Methodists trounced Notre Dame. Another besides me, that is. 1 Who but Hoople gave you that one? Echo answers none! Thas Is what distinguishes your nuthor from the run-of-minc dbpe- ster—the uncanny, the incredible, the bizarre. And this very week, by Noah's beard, I have some more startling results to give you In advance. Who would expect Navy to defeat Noire Dame? And- Oregon State to spank Washington (by a single point, if you'll notice)? Also probably a great many will choose Ohio State to conquer Northwestern, but my system shows an entirely different result, the Wildcats winning by two touchdowns. You can't beat Hoople! Isbel! Is SWCs New Offensive Leader; Porks Best on Defense DALLAS, Tex., Oct. 20. .API—The new offensive leader in the invest Conference is Baylor University* star quarterback Larry Isbell took over the number one ton of SMU who has averaged 41 4 spot Saturday, bnmpniR Fred Ben- yards on 12 tries. Lmnar McIIan Is tiers, the Southern Methodist ace ' - - passer. m ..?? 3 ard5 ™ sl »"S and , liiis dropped football. time, Armorcl The about three-way when San to pass the Giants in the Amerl- SPlh:irt uftf^ Ti-ir..,;.,., .\-.._- _."..., , ' llIl ^- ? - ^9-27, Oil tllTCft deadlock Francisco came wal- Willie Ray Poole missed the try for the cxtrn point niter the Giants' second touchdown. Lou (The Toe) Stranahon Wins Mexican Crown MEXICO CITY. Oct. 29. </P) — ,,..„„. Fiank Straiwhnn. veteran United -- •••• i «'id Kred Cone's field I S'atc* Walker Cup player from To- goal with only 1] seconds left to! lc;l °. Ohio, wouldn't be far wronc IMilv <r i,- ; j , .... .. ... jif lie considered the Mexican atna- Texas Dog Wins Greyhound Stake ABILENE. Kas., Oct. 29. Wi— The VS. Challenge Cup Stake, top Greyhound coursing honor in the nation, has been won by jlmbo. a dark brindle clog owned by Paul Goode of Killeen. Tex. Jimoo won the fifth challenge cup ycMcrrliiy in the National Greyhound coursing meet, held ill Abilene. Victory brought S2.00Q. Red Flny. owned by H. O. Fowler of Big Spring, Tex,, was second. Gulf stcrm. wned by R. H. Sims of Dallas, Tex., won the national I fall sapling stake. ' Safeway, owned by L. E. YoiuH of j Abilene, who won the national derby for dog?, was eliminated In the i first day o! the challenge cup. | -i • -• *•*. tu xu iiiiu a lie with itm Eagles for thtrrt place in the American Conference. Pittsburgh defeated the Chicago Cardinals. 28-H. In the other American Conference game. 21-21 tie with'Texas A. it M. Saturday. Benners [ins 758 yards. The leading ball carrier is Glenn Lippman of A.&M. who 'has carried the ball 67 times for a total of 416 yards on the ground. Kmmcr up is Gib Dawsoii of Texas who has netted 410 yards on 51 runs. Bcnners is the loading passer. He has completed 68 out of 132 tries! for 190 yards. Isbell is second Mini 54 out of 113. Johnny doe of Arkansas has Uik- . second wit 40.8 on 12. The Aggies lead in team offensive with 372.1 yards per game. Arkansas Is the conference's No. 1 defensive team, giving up 136 yards per game. Read Courier News Classified Ads !fc has eight kicks tuck 163 \ 20.4. Yale! uilli 232 i He beat USamMeur champion ^ for^ ' a^ Billy Maxwell of Odessa, Texas. 3,! Lnn , of A & M . „ 5ccono „,„, ,,,, and 2 in the finals yesterday. Itjyarrts on 13 carries and an average marked the third time Stranahan O f 17.3. I The leading punter Is Jerry N'or- has won the title since 1946. _ — Fir.st settlement in . the North- i wcM was established by tji» Hud-' son Bay company In 1610. I BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA M WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 29 8pm TAG MATCH Red Roberts & Eddie Malone Adults 50c—Children 15c Lester Welch & Rex Mobley For Reserved Seals. Call 3389 Also 2 1-Fall 90 Minufc Matches Malone vs. Welch Roberts vs. Mobley PROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE 860 On your Dial Tuesday, Ocl. 30, 1951 MORNING 6:00-Sign on 6:00—Musical Roundup 6:4i—Southern Gospel Singers 7:00--News 7:05--Yawnln' In Mawnln' 8:00--News 8:15— Ring Sings 8:30- KOSE Kapcrs 9:00--\Voman's Viewpoint 8:30—Tin Pan Alley 9:45—Dearest Mother 10:00—News 10:06—Modern Concert Hall 10:30—Meet the Band 11:00- -News 11:05—Farm Frolics 11 :3iJ— Sunset Playboy AFTEKNOON 12:00—News 12:15—Noon Serenade 1:00—Behind the World News 1:05—Matinee Melodies 2:00—News 2:05—Hillbilly Round Up 3.-DO—News 3:05—Hcptime 4:00—News 4:05—Murray's Madhouse 5:00—Record Rack 6:15—Scoreboard 5:30—Sign Oft The old boy himself! Now, go on with the forecast: So. Oalifnrnia 41, Army 1 Navy 20, Notre Dame 14 Princeton 26, Brown 7 Cornell 20, Columbia 7 Illinois 20, Michigan 13 Wisconsin 7, Indiana 0 loiva 20, Minnesota 14 Norlliircstcrn 2fl, Ohio Slate 13 Alabama 20, Georgia 13 Maryland 34, Missouri 0 Tennessee 21, No. Carolina 14 Texas A. i 31. 20, Arkansas 14 * So. Methodist 20, Texas 13 California 20, TJCJ.A 1 Oregon Stale 14, Washington 13 LIU: JIIIA uiiu LUC kviuieriQers The Alva B. Adams Irrigation tun T lose another game Inst year. in the Rocky Mountains is the world's longest. Three important .... Scheduled; Arkansas All but Out of Race By HAROLD V. RATLIFF DALLAS, Oct. 29. (AP) _ The Southwest Conference football race can be trimmed to tliree contenders or Uncivil Into chaos this week Headlined by the battle of the two leaders—Texas Christian and Baylor -the November stretch finds five teams strongly in the running but with the other two just hanginE on. TCU, which hasn't supposed to be there, tops the conference race with two victories and no defeats and can make a giant stride toward the title Saturday if it whips Baylor at Waco. Baylor had its chances fractured somewhat last week by being tussled to a Zf-31 tie by Texas A. and M. So the Bears face the Horned Frogs with a half-game deficit. Texas climbed back Into the race bv whipping Rice 14-6. This week Texas tangles with its blood enemy Southern Methodist, nt Dallas and th-.t game will eliminate one of the two from title consideration, except mathematically, t ~ Texn.s A. nnd M.. dejected over its tie with Baylor which virtually ended Agsie hopes of the championship, journeys to Fayetteville to battle the Arkansas Razorbncks. Arkansas Out Arkansas can be safely counted out of the title race, since it has lost two conference games. Baylor is the only undefeated team left in the league. It almost lost that distinction Saturday, having to come from behind with a two-touchdown splurge in the fourth period to gain even a tie with the Aggies. Larry Isbell passed for the two touchdowns that were needed to keep the Oolden Bears in the nation's select circle. The conference slumped Intersec- tionally when, for the first time this , single .game against ouUslde foes in gency operation yesterday as a re. suit of an Injury in the Razorback- Santa Clara football game here Saturday night. The Arkansas Baptist Hospital reported Jurney was In satisfactory condition following removal of his ruptured spleen." Quarterback Jim Rinehart, a senior, underwent an emergency appendectomy just before the Arkansas-Texas ga'me Oct. 20. He isn't expected to return this season. Jurney was hurt when he was tackled after catching a pass in the second period. He stayed in the Same until the half and then was ordered to a hospital for observation. Dr. B.jT. Kolb, who performed the emergency surgery, said the senior athlete was improving rapidly. Dr. Brones Visit Kolb said the spleen Is blood forming clement and is unimportant to an adult. 4|k The mishap caught Little Rock? blood bank without a supply of O-negatlve type blood. However, appeals by press, radio and church Pulpits for the rare type blood brought' immediate response. All members of the Santa Clara football team visited the hospital after .the game in which the West Coasters defeated Arkansas, 21 to 12. Many of the players offered their blood but no one had the O- negative type. They were not permitted to see Jurney. Jurney's teammates left for Fay- ettevllle immediately after the game and didn't know of the operation until several hours later. School officials said it first was believed Jurney suffered only a minor injury. The six-foot one-Inch Jurney is expected to be out for the remainder of the season. He was the lead- Ing Razorback pass receiver. at Little Rock, Arkansas took an unexpected 21-12 drubbing from Santa Clara. However, the conference's intersectional record for the seasoib-> 13 victories against seven deftly, and the only section to show a margin Is the Pacific coast, whosa _ , „..„ ...MV, ijiiLit Lino teaTJTS lia.VG WOIl tWO n\lt tn ("hrcA season, ,ts members failed to win a from Southwest Conference elevens 51in«?l(' .Pnmr* tionincf m,»,-:^_ * :_ ,-,, _ ... . v "-'"* l -*cjji-c elevens. ens Rice will attempt to geth con n Optimaggie the Mule Makes 1st Trip, Southern State Loses MAGNOLIA. Ark.. Oct. 20. fAP)_ day night. It was defeated bv M : 2r, State College brought to the football team hns played out. And a shiny new trailer bought especially to transport Optimaggie on out-of-town football trips may have, been cause of it. A Magnolia civic club gave the mule to Southern State last year in hopes of breaking the Muleriders' losing streak. The mascot shook off the jinx nnd the Muleriders didn't And Southern State continued its undefeated power until last Satur- Aiid. it was the first trip out-of- town for Optimaggie, too. A Magnolia civic club recently presented the college with a trailer to haul the mascot on the football trips.. Yugoslav Guard Kilted** BELGRADE. Yugoslavia, Oct.* 29. (AP)—The Belgrade radio reported last night that Bulgarian troops, shooting across the border near Dl- mitrovgrnd. killed a Yugoslav border guard Saturday. NOTICE FEDERAL TAXES EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER UH SEQJk.DlCKEU KENTUCKY STUWGHT BOURBtW

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