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, DECEMBER 1950 Is First Perfect Chick Record Since Team of 1937 (ARK,) CuUklfcrT, NEWS (Continued from page 1) s who sped to paydlrt. On-Side Kick Worki J Chicks' one-side kick work- JJ^tlme and Koonce recovered JWen's 46. Shlrey intercepted IRoss on the 30 and re- furted to mldfieid. r«il . r ? Rus hlng gained nine be- 3 end «i » V i iiu; OVW t?i . and Lutes batted the ball f round- on the play but Harrison ped In behind the two defenders came up with the ball. , . Les'| s converted for a 14-13 Cam- fen halitime lead. Blylhevllle added the clincher in -ne third quarter on straight foot- , pall. Chicks Hold ori Downs _Blytheville held on downs on Its _J and began a. sustained drive | v hlch was Lutes' 11- ^'ard spring on the same trap play v hlch netted the first touchdown. From the 35, Held- went over .ackie for 21 and teamed with Jaites to get three straight first •'owns to Camden's 30. 1 Reid went to. thc 16 and Lutes bdded five more Just prior to his Icorlng run. Criner's kick again was fiot eood. ' . , . . Neither team offered a serious |hreat in the final quarter. The, uame was highlighted' by .lining of Blythe_. ^,—.-.. Reid and the rugged line play of.both teams. I Coach Russell , Mosley's ever- frhaugmg , defense seemed to keep |he Panthers confused nncl let them ')*ri with only 60 yards rushing. The Chicks shifted from a 5-4-2 pefense into both a 6-3 and 1-dla- Droke, KooncD-and Boyd were llytheville's defensive stalwarts. Lineups:, n e na I The. game was • he Jjjplsing runn ••llle'5Sobert Reid .. G. Newton .. B. Jackson ... B. Cullen Urrey .... Childstcr ... jj.^Newton ....'... Porter ...:. Rushing ...... Marino '.'.'' Lindsey ' Buchannr Pljihcville 1'os. Camden pance L. E. Jioyd L. T. piayo .;..... L.G. groke C. princr -. 'B.G. .. Koonce ..... R.T. Hay .. R.E. .. P. Reid Q.B. .. Mel Hay .... H.B. .. "lUtes"-.'.-;'; . : -f;> H: B: .. !. Re$ : .V..V? F.B: V. SubstitutiSrisr- 31 y I h e'v 11 le — lodge./Smltii, p^Jrien'.'H. 'Koonce, -unsfofd, i'Lioj-y, Gossett; Camden -' Ciilfth, Lewis)' .'JMurjkett.", Mc- Karrlsqri, .Turner,,' Gwlnn. Scoring Joiichdowns: Blytheville -Lut<js,,3j,Carnden^Shlrey. Harrison; .jSxtra, Points:.. Blytheville — rinw;, n camden—Lewis 2/ Officii: refcreel-iprenshaw; Umpire, 1 Al- fcrlght; head linesman. McCloud; lield judge, Rogers. Itatislics: Blytheville CamEten •asses F'rst: downs .-.i<: ::•'. s. Rushing '.;V. "nssiikittenYpted -. ssescomnleted . passing 'asses intercepted fumbles . .-' ____ . ..... JJppts. fumbles recov'd. ] Punts . .. ...... . . ____ 2 Punt,! Average ....... 46 Penalties--. ...'." T for 70K .'307 .- 13".. 6 . 1?3 .. 1 1 4 60' 9'' 5 93 2 1 1 4 42 Ifora Individual Statistics: Blytheville l>layer l*utes . : ;, • i Reid . ilei Hay . l/ance . .. ID. Reid . liushing . V-arino . -. .ewls . ... f . Newton Tries Gained AVR. . . 18 157 8.72 .. 20 144. 1.2 :.4 4 1 4 2 ..:....! -2 -2 Camden ...... .16 Osceola's Harvey Hill Is State's Top Scorer LITTLE ROCK, Dec. t. (AP)—Harvey Lee Hill of Classes Osceola maintained hU lead of several weeks to win Individual state high school football scoring' honors. In 13 games through Dec. 2, the Osceola star piled up a total of 192 points on 32 touchdowns, according to figures released today by the Arkansas Athletic Association. Another B team star. Earl Kaiser* of Atkins, was second high scorer with 25 touchdowns and 18 extra points in 10 games for a"total of 1C6 points. Hill's teammate, Tommy Spiers o: Osceola. was the leading extra poin man with 29 conversions. Henry Moore of Little Rock led (he individual scoring In the Big Six division with 102 points. Leadng scorers by district and division were: District 1—Class AA, Gene Bradley Van Buren, 113; Class A, Pan Wilson. Siioam Springs, 145; Class B. Russell Conard, Green Forrest 40. ' District 2—Class A, Bill Templeton, Pocahontas, 130; Class B, Jakie King, Augusta. 105. District 3 — Class AA, Charle Lutes, Blytheville, 134; Class A Donald Adamson. Marked Tree, 71 Class B, Hill, Osceola. 192. District 4 — Class AA, Raymond James, Sublaco, 50; Class A. Lonnie Quails, Clarksville. 160; class B Kaiser. Atkins, 166. District 5—Class AA. Karl Erown Malvern. 61; Class A, dell Johnson. Clinton. 110; Class B, Herbert Buckley, Carlisle, 89. • >' District 6—Class 'AA, T. Gillin- watcr, Forrest city, 60; Class A James Carnes. DeWitt, 90; Class'B Dougle Belzner, Devalls Bluff, 142 District 7— Class AA, M.- Miller Magnolia. 103; Class A. Buddy Benson, Decjueen. 12!; Class B. Frank Willis; Stamps, 120. District 8—Class A, Walter Clark Warren, 68; Class B. Frank Mazzanti, Lake Village, 87. Wilson Beats Tyronza in Pair of Games Wilson invaded Tyronza last night and came off with a pair of basketball victories. The Wilson boys won. 30-25. while the girls picked up a decisive 37-19 win in the opener! .Underwood bucketed 20 points for the Bulldog boys'arid. Price" lea 'the" fchirley .- ..... 2 turner luillen . 46 2.85 1 1 25 3 -1.5 4 2 5 3 -3 4 4 ortaaeville Lifts |?air of V/ins Portageville" took a pair of cage • ames from Risco when it invaded lhat New Madrid County gym and licked up • its first county league • ;in l^t night. I Th^^.;arsity team snowed Risco 12-29 while the B's were winning. I Reaves led the PortugevilJc at- |ack with 26 points. He was also a efenslve standout. Poftageville held one-point balftlme' lead. Carlisle was .high for Risco with 1 markers. :, Lineups l-orlajevllle Pos. . Risco llulshof (5) F Anders Burgess (3) F (6) Miller (ohner (4) .....c _ (8) Fair leaves (26) G... (11) Carlisle loyland (2) ....G.... (4) Heaster Wilson girls with';i7 points. Girls Game Wilson POS. Price (17) F ... Bowen (12) .. F .ireemvell (7) F End G..-..;;; Andrews G Peeper G........ Substitutions: Wilson—Trannum, -.ynch, Cissel (15, Jones, Davis. Ty- •onza—Logan, King, Parrish. Boys Game Wilson . Pos. Tyronza Forrester' (2) F (4) Bivins Garrett F - (6) Wilson Deer (3) o."... Dn'rwood (20) G Tyronia (8) Justice f5> Tacker (6) Jones Olive ... Morris Austin Webb (4) Norcross (2) Watson Substitutions: Robinson, Muncy Mooring, Ryals. Tyronza —-Williams, Young. AIC Does OK With Strangers .By Thc Associated First . Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference basketball teams made a pretty good account of themselves in Playing intersectlonal games Friday night. Two AID members won their games against out-of-state competition; the third lost. Arkansas State ran up a 17 point lead In the closing minutej of the gaine to outdistance Mississippi State 67 to 61 at Jonesboro. The visitors uncorked a last minute scoring spree and were able to trim the lead down to sin points by end-of-game whistle time. Mississippi state's Herbert Hargett was high point man. He hit the hoops for 27 points—10 field goals and seven free throws. Rlch- -~ Juricic paced Arkansas State with 17. Cary Middlecoff, Oliver Favored Marty and Eld Furgol Go Down Before Hot Piming of Retina MIAMI, Fla., Dec. 0. (AP)— Defending champion Cary Middlecoff and/his partner, Ed (Porky) Oliver emerged the favorites today as the $10,000 Miami International four- ball golf tournament went into the grueling 36-hole semi-final round. They were matched with Dave Douglas, Turnesa, Newark, Del Briarcliff. and Y., Jim who , ». ••ovllll, jx t J; ^ WH staged a remarkable comeback yesterday in the quarterfinals to win a 2 nnd-1 victory over Bill Nary, Chmo, Calif., and Joe Kirkwood, Jr., Daytona Beach, Fla J\°' mte men with' big ideas about the tournnment—Toney Pen" a ° f Cincinnati and Bob Toski. Northampton. Mass.-met veterans Pete cooper, Pointe Vedra, Pla. and Claude Harmon, Palm Beach Fla The Toski-Penna duo overcame a two-hole deficit to upset highly fa- rvored Ed Furgol, Royal oak, Mich and Marty Furgol, North Hollywood, i^ain., 2 and 1. • Cooper, Harmon Hot Cooper and Harmon, who equalled the course best ball record for the /rout nine with a SCV e n under par 29 on Thursday, breezed to a lopsided 6 and 5 win over Gerie Rues, "° n ^™° d ' Fl»-, and Steve Warga Miami. In the quarter-finals. Middlecoff, playing out of Ormond Beach. Pla., teamed with Jim ??",- to wln tne four ba " In 1948 -the last time it was played. Yesterday he and Oliver shook off a one hole deficite to eliminate Tommy Bolt of Durham, N. o., and Skee , 2 and 1. 2 a wal L u „ „ j had knocked Relgel. What for (he ___._, —, .. iiu u.iu is,iiut;M;a out S a m Snead and Jjm perrjer Thursday-turned Into defeat when the Penna-Tosk!. duo unlimbered •their putters, on'the'back nine of com * 3 "' yard Miami Country Club Penna, whose last major victory HH8 c ne n"ed rt a hnanCi S ° Uth ° Pe * '" 10th' to"g,ve a his 8 '!ea t m 0 a e on 0 e n ho]e lead, on the 12th he dropped a 20- footer for a two up margin and matched the Furgols stroke for stroke ended 17th> Where th - e matc ^ Both the semi-finals arid finals, which will be played Sunday are 36 holes of match play. lasers today ST™ 5400 -- Losera ^terday got •WDO. The winners cacli • got $1 250 ma the rumors up $750 each. College Basketball (By The Associated Press) . ' ' East Temple 86, Phila Textile 65 LasaJle 70, Bait Loyola 42 Boston College 79, Rhode Island * t* 7 . 6 . (tw ° overtimes) Francis PAGE FIT* fine backboard m Lone Island's six-foot four-lnch Harold Upllnjer, left, is a skillful ).ass*r and a an who owns * treat jump shot. North Carolina Slate's Sam Raniino cenler hasn't . Kentuck's seven-fool il u ne acoar man who owns * trea jump shot. North Carolina Slate's Sam Raniino cenl lost any »f hi^ line. Kentucky's seven-fool Bill Sulvey handles the ball like a T-foruiaUou qua Baseball Must Go On, Rickey Says, Even in Face of War III li.v JOE REICHI.KH ST. PETERSBURG, Pla., Dec. 9. (AP)—Branch Rickov lii-. m. settlec. by the retention of Bill Meyer at Pittsburgh P/eSd 'toSay i r'nnrinnp in flin n^rrt.,^ ~f i«J.,l LM:....,. * v i,^v, [.wu;,) ui The astute genera! manager of* the. Pirates, who arrived heic yes, terday for the major league convention, scoffed at rumors of a government ban on baseball lo further the war effort. "It is my firm conviction that the government would want baseball to make every -"- ' •- — --• •• Rickey told effort to continue," ...~ — j — . n press conference. "Baseball must be kept going." "I believe we should and would adjust ourselves rapidly to the war situation," Rickey added. "I know of no reason 'why both the government and baseball should not make every effort to do the same as In the last " war." Points lo War II Princeton 76. Bucknell 64 South Alabama 75, Florence (Ala) 57 X^ni.ta 57, Randolph Macon 42 Ios1ery'"5 S 3 ^ ™' Hanes Midwest Western Illlbis 65, -Loras 60 Hastmgs 73, Tarklo 50 Oklahoma A&M 55, Arkansas 53 * ™ ° k ' a Ozarks | Ft. Hays (Kas) State 72, Mclorado A .V r8 . ust ^, na <HD 73. Elmhurst '67 K irksville (Mo) 73. Simpson 57 11 Inols 74, Oregon State 51 St. Beneeits (Kas) 45, Rockhurst Rickey pointed out that the game survived World War II despite total mobilization. "If baseball served a purpose then." he said, "it should serve thp same purpose now. .. "The government, at great expense, understood during the last war to divert attention of the servicemen from tile monotony of their work Baseball helped by organizing eroupE to tour the war fronts. That was done by the government for the sake of the morale of the men In uniform as well as those in overalls. Rickey said h<! had made up his mind to retain Meyer a week ago but did not 'tell the vetcfan until Thursday. ,\ ... ' "I stopped off at Knoxville. Tenn.. on the way down here," explained Rickey, ."and had lunch with Bill. I told him then. That was the first he knew of It. in view of all the circumstances It Is right that he should be retained." Meyer, reached by telephone at his Knoxville home, said he "really felt good" about returning and being associated with Rickey. "Rickey is a sound baseball man," Meyer said. "He has the right ideas. He doesn't fool long wlfh players who don't fit In. That was the fault before. We made a lot of bac! deals and then did nothing about il "I'm not trying to alibi for last year." Meyer continued. "The manager always gets the blame. But we had an impossible situation. We tried to develop and win at the same time. It just can't be done." Paps- Ralph Snyder Is Junior High All-Stater . LITTLE ROCK. Dec. 9. </P) — +Conway and crossett finished on top of the standings in Arkansas Junior high school football this year, but Jonesboro and West Side of Little Rock complied the most impressive records. Conway won six games without a loss, scoring 120 points to 20 for the opposition, While Crossett won its only four games, scoring 72 points and allowing 12. West Side, which won eight games and tied one, rolled up 216 points —-— ..*... **»,*,, iuin;u up iio pumis vasloi to 31 for its opposition, ancf the I night Jonesboro juniors won nine and lost one. They posted 298 points and allowed opponents 62. Bobby Rogers and Honey Baxter Shawnee Wins Two of Three Against Keiser ahawnee's senior and Junior boys teams came out on top of their in- Ud«:(rni nf H**. Tr-l of Jonesboro led the Individual Murphy Seeking Shot at Maxim NEW YORK, Dec. 9, OT—Irish Bobby Murphy, a slugging, give- and-take fighter of the old .school today clamored for a title shot at the light heavyweight champion •Joey Maxim. The 28-year-old San Diego fighter who ran his latest knockout string to 11 in a row in stopping ^ " v " -..***» uu, iviibsuun Georgia, Aggies Boast Ground Attacks both COLLEGE PARK. Md., Dec. 9 ,„-, -Two, teams which still feature a unning attack as the best way to et a football from here to there icet today In the first Preslden- al Cup game. Although both the Texas Aggies nd [IB Georgia Bulldogs have a etter Than average passer, ;ress the ground attack. ! Oddly, it's the team from the ass-minded ^outhwcst Conference hich has come up with the most inncM. Tile Aggies neve ^gained 632 yards rushing the ball this ir. thanks to some fancy tripping y fullback Bob Smith. Ocorgtn lined 1,977 yards. In passing, the Aggies have picked P 885 yards, Georgia 918. Running attacks hive helped •ch team win six games. The Ages have lost four, Georgia two. 'e Bulldogs also have three lies! But on defense Georgia has been itstandlng. Only nine touchdowns sve been scored on Georgia «n •ason. All of Vhlch makes today's game u licularly Interesting. Smith, who u romped along for H touchdown this year gaining U02 yards along the way, Is up .gainst a strong defense system. Th f. | ssue e «ntu»lly m.y turn on something entirely different. But on he basis ot the record U bolls down co tnis: If Georgia can stop Smith, It should win. True, the Aggies h»ve other fine runners in Billy Tldwel] and Glenn Llppman. And they h»ve * d.ndy passer In Dick Gardem.l. But Gar- ^rj' 5 ,/^". 6 "^".^^".!,. son Fred Bllyeu and Zippy M Today's game Is sponsored by thr American Legion, with profits go- mg to the Legion's rehabilitation program. That's why President Tru- man «E«* d . «o let it be called a Presidential Cup fame. Sponsors of the game have'onil- mlstlcally said 25.000 would be on hied la Uu Univinttf ot M*rj. crowd. -—•, plus Ice-cold" weather to- la bound to hold down the Valley 54 Ottawa. (Kas\ 71, Missouri Central 70 Southwest Arizona State (Flagstaff) 63, New Mexico Highlands 62' Baylor 67, .'wtti Ten=s 59 Arkansas State 67, Miss State 81 East Texas-35, East Central Okla 4 Par West Washington 64, Nebraska 49 Washington State 86, Gonzaga 44 Wyoming 69, Montana state 50 UEC 58, Utah 48 UCLA 77, Oregon 55 Colorado 51, Colorado A&M 41 San Francisco 52, Los Angeles Loyola 44 Idaho 47, Montalna 43 College of Pacific 45, Nevada 42 California 76, San Francisco State -„., v..i_ "luivnniui scorers with 705 and 80 points respectively. ; The all-state Junior teams announced by the Arkansas Athletic Association were: : First-ends, Tommle Lauderdale West Side. Jim Scherman, Conway tackles, Tommie Taylor, west Side John wooley, Pine Bluff; guards Jimmy Clark, Pulaskl Heights (LR) Doyce Ballard, Conway; center Billy Mo ma, Jonesboro; backs, Rogers, Jonesboro, Sonny Tedder West Side, R, U p h Snytler Biythevllle Biljy Wombls; pmc Bluff. Second-ends, Loran Forbess West Side, Raymond Turner, Johe'sboro- Gordon Shook, Siioam Springs, Jerry Smith, Paragould; guards, Jerry Polston, Pulaskl Heights, Jackie Berry, Jonesboro; center, Don Maness, Pulaskl Heights; backs, Frankle Beard, North Little Rock, Freddie Tubbs, West Side, Baxter, Jonesboro, Milred Anglln, Siioam Springs. 67-Year-Old Vei Tourney Favorite CHICAGO, Dec. 9. (AP)—Sgt Ed Easter of Detroit, 67-year-old veteran o/ three wars, U one of the top-heavy favorites In the Ail-Star Individual Match Bowling Championships starting today in the Coliseum. The meet, with a prize list of $8,- 2oO, will nm for nine days. Attracted to the big show are 160 men and 64 women. including Chicago's James 'Junie' McMahon, formerly of Lodl, N. J., and Mrs.'Marlon Ladewlg, Grand Rapids, Mich. They are defending champions. Easter popped into a favorite's role after recently winning the national doubles crown with 21-year- old Ed Lubanski and currently averaging 212 In league and tourney competition. Only 15 men with averages better than 200 are entered. rugged Jimmy Beau In 1:56 of the seventh round last night. It was red-haired Bobby's 49th knockout victory in 55 pro fights md he's not going lo waste any time posting a ut! c challenge. "That's what I always wanted— title shoU-aVid I sure would be pleased If Maxim would oblige " callfor- BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING , Dec. 11 8:00 p.m. Adult, SOc-ChildrTTlsc DOUBLE MAIN EVENT Farmer Jones vs. Finis Hall Joe Welch vs. Bill Canny Both Matches 90 Miniit* Tim« Limit, Best 2 out of 3 Falls the Keiser court Inst but thc host girls 1 sextet handed the visitors their only loss. The. Shawnee senior boys romped away with a 58 to 16 victory In the lead game of the triple-bill Robertson, Shawnee forward, took high scoring honors with n total of 28. . . . m With Tommy Brewer .'leading the nocfc Junlor College. cto' - . victors' point-making by sinking a total of ii, the Shawnee Junior quintet put down • th'e Keiser ' liv 26 to 19. . •• -n ooa schedule In bringing the host school Its mcmb ers during the 1H51 season. ctor - The victory, the Keker-girls routed the Shawnee sextet 61 to 35. Crews eKiser forward,' led scoring with a' total of 29. Sfmwnee's senior boys' and girls' " ' Marlon Tues- wlll day night. Long Wannamaker Mile Decision Is DJJB Today WASHINGTON Dec UCLA Likely Bet To be Winner in'51 By ani.O FARNTTI * NEW YORK, Dec. 9. M",-UCLA' S swift Bruins are starting off fast In their hid for a repeat Pacific Coast Conference title and national basketball honors.. The Los Angeles five, a PCC favorite, drubbed Oregon, 77-65, at Eu- Rene last ulslil and is scheduled to 1o the same again this evening John Wooden's well-coached Bruins dropped in 20 shots out of 67 for an unusual .508 percentage „„, , uuu ijvi vt.iiLiti;e Forward Jerry Norman scored 26 P° ! "' s /or UCLA, succeeding on 12 of 19 field-goal attempts Washington State won'its fourth straight, defeating Oouzaga, 66-44 George Rosser lend the winner's with' 13 points. Spring-legged Peter Mul- llns of Australia scored 11 for State , 0| ' eni;d thc scason VCtory over N^raska. i reR*. a tall sophomore, led the Huskies ivilh 10 points Moving eastward: Chicago Loyola Sports Roundup Bj HUGH FULLEKTON J». NEW YORK, Dec. 9. WV-Excerpts from "our Book:" • If Steve Owen isn't the best football coach In the business, he can lake place or show In a photo finish. . . Some fans were hinting that stout Steve was a laftndered defensive coach when his Giants weren't doing so well. . . He'proved the latter part correct when he cooked up a defense to stop the Browns. ' . . . Then he developed a two-way offense that hnd piled up more than 50 points three times this sea»°!' J ' ' You ' (i "ever recognize Ills stodgy", old formation now that he has Chuck Conerly making like tl " artcrb:1( * w "«<> the wingback Oklahoma A & M had another MI . s " c * h!s ° w P al - Greasy close call on Its home court The i w , ho must be collecting more Aggies Don Johnson scored a lone S" y , " irs by the ""mite, and the goal In the last 11 seconds to make f^,^ 1 8Ct ", l ' e '° r thc dlv ' J It 55-53 over Arkansas slon!> ' """• evcn l < Cleveland beats Illinois hit long ones often to bv Wa '! hln S ton - ' • ' • • pass Oregon Stale's zone defense nnd win 74-51. The traveling Beav ers now have tost four straight games on their eastern trip nnd are 'InT'n 1 '"' for No - 5 "gainst Indiana At Kingston, Boston College out- losted point-happy Rhode Island Stale In a double-overtime battle, Princeton's Ivy League champions Rot past Buckuell, 76-0-1. LaSalle drubbed Baltimore Loyola, 70-42 T nrt ti! rem " lD tlrol ' pc ' i Philadelphia Georgetown's upcoming sophomores trampled St. Francis (Pa ) 67-59. nnd Houston of the Missouri Valley look Sam Houston 63-57 In other Western games, Southern California tripped Utah, 58-08- California topped San Francisco State.-76-54. and Colorado defeated Colorado A.& M. 61-41. AIC Squabble To be Discussed LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 9. (/P)^-A plan to decide the AIC football championship will be up for discussion today at the conference's executive committee mcetliig at Little Coaches ahd athletic directors of the various •'colleges In the AIC rcc e"tly --voted-- to recommend a round-robin football schedule for ,.-_, would have every member school playing every other member to decide the championship. The suggestion for an Iron-clad championship apparently s t e m s from confusion that surrounded _ —, which played seven AIC games, was believed for - time to have won the AIC title Arkansas dcfCBted players on" ihingto Long Range Reconnaissance Several years ago the late W o Bramham. in our book one of tha' smartest baseball men who ever lived, warned minor leaguers thev were courting bankruptcy by giving big bonuses. . . They responded with demands for (he rl e ht to fork over the dough. . . Then the controversial bonus rule was passed primarily as a deterrent to paj out. those lni"e sums fnr "\nyers < weren't worth that much. . . The clubs, major nna minor, merelv squawked at tlie effects on playera nntl teams and finally are repealing thc thing as unworkable Now they're sniping at the high school rule, which resulted from threats by various schools to give up base- ba I and turn to Softball if scout, clfdn t stop annoying theli n "f wrecking their teams. . . un » object on Is "everybody Is cheating ™. ''•" • • • What chance do you think these guys have of reaching a sensible solution to the problem of broadcasting, which now meon> clubs a nd pove e rty°f or n 't'he " minors? Unsaid Quoin Dept.S Accojrding to the Detroit Lions Publicity Dept, someone asked rookie Doak Walker his opinion of pro football. . • ~ replied: -It I, „„.,„„.„. Lu „ where I can meet personally »u these football stars of whom I'vs read so much. Why, when 'i waa m third grade In Highland Park, Texas, my Idol was Sammy Baugh Its been dandy meeting Mr. Baugh." Weak End Xatn Coach-of-the-year Charley Caldwel says that "maybe some day- hell write a book on modem single-wing football. Photos of thlj year's Princeton team would mako swell illustrations...Line forms at the Ashevllle, N. O., Optimist Bowl £l,rJ°?_' y l ° «» lk ™"BS over with And the Doaker wonderful' to L b* vi vllle ' end lram s- N. o., High School, whos. punts averaged 48 yards thb fall Lew Andreas, who is enjoying a few You Reach More People Through the Want Ads Ad» placed before 9 a.m r will appeal same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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