The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1950 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 21, 1950
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PAGE TEN Camden Coach Comments On Roughness Charges Sam C'oleman, couch of Canuicn High School, ssiid Ihis morning thai ITR did I10 |_ i, c . Heve the roughness charges mnrte yesterday by a Ca melon sports writer against the B]ythe- rillc Chicks "were the sentiments of the Camdcn people or the school." BLYTJTEVTUJB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, Asked in » telephone converse Hem with George Clark, sport.s editor of the Courier News, if the charjrcs marie by James Bechtelheimer of the Camden News through the A-^socialcd Press were the sentiment. 1 ; of the school, Coleman said: "No, I cio not believe they are the sentiments of the school or (.he Camden people. I ihink the people down here rcKrct that the charge.'* were printed. Blythcville had a good team and was due the victory," .Justin R. Anderson, of the Associated Pre.xs, in his column "Arkansas Spoilt 1 ties" yo.sterrlay, quoted BechteLhfimer as 5aying: "Blyihcville had a fine learn but they are ha vine trouble finding opponents In Arkansas. Why? Just flsk some of the Cnnidcn players Camden doesn't, mind playing a tough opponent with hard blocking and tarkle.s, but extra elb:>w work In the (ace, pilcoas out of bounds and other lypc of piny not found in Frank Leahy's manual U not inviting to mroi teams' .schedules." Mosley Cnnimctits When loin 01 Hectueiheimer's charges yesterday Chick Coach Russell Mosley stated; "The gny that wrote that article should talk to Sam Coleman. "Both Sam and L agreed with the game officials after I he game on how cleanly-played I he came was to be a championship affair. Somebody should get his story straight. "Cliff Shaw, the referee, remarked to U5 about how well the game was played and we acreert with him. "Then GUB Albright, (he umpire, said that it was the second game he had worked in which Blylhe- ville had played and that In both the teams were guilty of nothing more than rugged, hard blocking and tackling. And Lee Rogers, the field Judge, agreed." • Chicks Praised Highly AJ1 three of the officials quoted by Mosley, are from Little Rock. The charges made yesterday by Bechtelheimer were the first to come out, of the Camdcn game in spite of the fact that Camden fan* rode the Chicks the biggest part of th« gRtne. At th* breakfast, given for Otis Dougla*. University of Arkansas ooach, this morning following the championship tilt. Camden city and f •chool officials praised the Chicks •ml their coaches highly but no mention was made of rough football tactic*. E>uring the game the Chicks were »wes**d 70 yards in penalties but only three 19-yard fines. One of 'th» 15-yarders vas for holding afid two were for personal touta, ant for fcneemz and the other ftsr piJmg on. N, C, State Is Beaten. I nBattleof Undefeated Ily JIJI.O I'AliNT.n NEW VOfiK, !>c. 21. (AT' —Stop ivcll stop the )v>werfiil North Carolina Sports Roundup Bj HUGH FUIXEKTON JR Sain n.inzmo ami vmi pretty Stale bnskcthall learn. That's what Villanovn (fi-D) rticl . lasi nicln in a hattle of unbeaten ! furs. Dcnrieyr sophomore LMIV llennrMi-y [Kim'erl in 33 jioims In leadinc HIP Chlladrlpliians to a 58- fil victory at Haleich. Ki]i?1no rented only II point? under the careful Ktlarrllnc of another Villanova sophomore. 5 foflt m inch Shorty Glassmire. The nre has been avera^ine 24 i NEW YORK, Dec. 21. M'l—Boh-' !™nls a eamp hy Flipcs. s-ho has a few minutes j Hrnne^ry scored lo eaich his hreath while his ten- i ! " "'"' sprre. he nis troupe is lakinR a vacation," 1 "" ••••--"••-•already is makiiig plans lor more and bicner promotions next year . . In spile of the flop of (he Riccs- John Jachym baseball venture ai ' ihe failure of r/nssy Mnran Pauline Het.; Addie to draw hnye : crowds. Bobby figures on branrh- j in? out into other fields . . . "You're j (rom all iiar., sank nine of 10! shots The snph-powered visitors led 1 nrti;a!lv fill the way, not- giving i I Rnnzmn a cliance to send the game; Into ovmimp. Carolina State had . tltlll pullnd out o\rrlhne victories over' and i Eastern Kentucky and Mirliisnn in! the last seven days. The ,Wo]f]iack 17-11 ranks (hird nationally In the Associated Press poll. ine out into other fields . . . "You're (Associated Press poll. i not a real promoter until you've I Tarheels Realf n | Q „. J [) I I lost some money. Bobby is a pro- Another Southern Conference , f\ Q \ THO/ICl I QTKGT IS m"tcr." says one of his nssocinles power. North Carolina, also lost its! ' . . . The Tri-Citics Dlacbhawks j r ' r5t " nlc - Eastern Kentucky wnl- LJ __,-/ /^"—-.— L ,_. / P\ J. of the National Basketball Associa- I lo P°d the preriously-unbeaten Tar- I/COO \^ OOCll Ol LJQL Purdue forcnt Hirer straichi de- ' "3-S-l. There went another unbeaten record. Tall Mark Workman scored 41 of tlic National Basketball Awncia- I '"pert the previously-unbeaten Tar- tir>n have their sixth coach in three heels. SS-62. years and will get No. 7 next month when John Logan enlers the Army i flMls ancl trimmed visitinc Prnn, . . . Maybe they should rail il try cities . . . Haywood Sullivan, the "pitcher" on the U, of Florida football team, will turn catcher ' points as West Virginia i6-o> rnul- when the baseball team turns out ] eti Georce, Washington, B5-66. Thi next spring ... 6-9 Mountaineer ace now has — 28.7 season avcrace. A Retiring !)is|>osillnn | Another Southern power. Murray Harry Marbson. Ihe Jnlerna- | sli!tp ' a -0'. "me from behind to rti . edce Beloil. 80-78. Gene Garrelt ; i tossed In thr tie-breakinc eoal to: [hand Belolt its first loss. \ \ A Pacific. Coast Conference fa- ! jvonte. Washington (fi-oi. had an I j easier time acninst visitinc Pitis- '• \ burch than in Tuesday nishl's same. Tne Huskies won. 74-5.T. j California, another PCC power ! overpowered Rice, 86-40. ; Columbia (6-0' stormed from behind in the last two minutes to defeat Tulanc. 62-56. for the sec ' of Detroit Lions DETROIT. Dec. 21. (API— troit and i Buddy p pMikcr helped De- , tlonal Boxing Cluh manacitii; rrclor. usually rirles homr after carrfen flchts with a couple of sports-writing neighbors. r)urinrr Ihf Ray ramrchon- GleTi Flanaean fiasco last 1M- rlay, u - hen Ihf customers were dlsappearlne aboul Ihe sKlh roiltlrl, Marry walked past his pals and rejiiarked:: "noii'l leave, fellows. I'll he rich! hack." ... A nearhy scribe (It was .loc f;ot>l- ler of Palerson, X. .).,( hearrt (he first part anrt arose at nnre . . . "Harry dirin'l (ell me In slay," he sairt. "I'm cellinr; nut of here. w-in i(,s only professional football title a= a player 15 years aso he s ready lo try aeain—as head roach this tunp. •* Parker, promoted from backfielri roarh in head coach of the Lions yr.".firiay. said at^Kemp. Tex,, that ' h- feels "the players we have will make us very much championship contenders next season In the national professional football league." Jim about 2-1 hours after white- haired Alvin iBol McMillin rcsian- en (he post. Parker norecd (o ac- ci'j't a one-year contract in a telephone conversation with Lions prfsioen;. Edwin Anderson. The 37-ycar-ohl former Cardinal Coach tempered his prediction that —Courier N'ows Phulo CIIIC'K SI'A1U:S—Howard HiR- cinson t!eft) and J. C. Orokc ,ne a coit]ile of more lads'that cive the Chiiiks both depth and experience in l heir reserve ranks. Hie- ginson played two years with the Pails and Drokc has lieon on the Tribe's rcstcr for the past two seasons. Rumor Has Jeff Cravath, Bierman Swapping Jobs LOS ANCKLKK, De.c. 21. (Al 1 )—The rumor factory todiiy cooked up » mi'iiL exchange of departed coaches be- twpGii the Univei'silic.s of Minnesota and Southern California. ncniie Dlcrman, who stepped |> : . down at, Minnesota I his fall, said he would be interested, if there's an offer, in the Job at, USC from which Jeff Cravalh resigned yesterday under alumni pressure. And one published report here Is that Cravath is a hot prospect for merman's job .it Minnesota, oil the .strength of h!.s friendship with Minnesota Athletic Director Ike Armstrong. Bin-man expressed inloicst in the! Trojan job at San Francisco where I he is a coach lor the East-West j Shrine pame Dec. 30, College Basketball Billy Bob Elliott On AII-AIC Team Former Chick End Picked on Squad Chosen by Coaches Ford, Bossons South's Captains MIAMI, Flu., Dec. 21. (AP) — Quarterback John (Model T) For A of Hardm-Simnions will captain the sonth'c team on offense, in the Shrine's annual North-South football game Christmas night In the Orange Bowl. Bob Bossons. Georgia Tech center, was named captain of Ihe defensive team for the rebel squad. Workouts for the south squad were cut lo one daily. Coaches Andy Gustafson of Miami and Bobby Dodd of Georgia Tech had sent the boys through two practice sessions daily since Sunday in preparation for their Monday night riate with the north team. Tl-e rebels put in (heir first rough work yesterday when Dodd pulled a surprise 10-minutc scrimmage. Sports Before Your Red Rolfe (ell Detroit that his Tigers will have a fight on their hands to finish fourth next season . . . Al Widmar, the Browns' pitcher. Is performing for the homeless AHentown Aces of the American Basketball League this winter , . . Extra dividend notes: More than seven million feet of movie film were processed by one company this fall for school, college ajirt pro football teams. And a sporting goods dealer estimates that some big-time teams spend as much as SaO.OOO a season on equipment. No wonder, with shoulder pads selling for 28 bucks and helmets for {13.50 . . . Clemson Conch Frank Howard, who hior; around a prize collection of cood luck charm? and wouldn't let his team use its now orange Jerseys this year because ihey won the first game in white ones, has one other "superstition." Says Frank: "You've cot to have your squad in as good shape as the other team. Then the breaks count," Billy Bob Elliot.!, a former Chick' ^rfer ,n», ,h™ o Id " end and now a guard lor Arkansas :„'„ chan , c eV crvthiiU ""'"" Techs Wonder Boys, was rawed to ".,.-,. *„'.. , , r a first, strin? berth on the All-Ar- | Hr ,^ iri hp-o ?„-'," ,„ ,1, kansas Inlercoliegiate ConfcrcncE' - " team annotmced yesterday. . second half to win" eoinL-"awav"c.v'e"r : E " in -",' ^ J " n '° r "' Arkansa = Tech .Washington Slat- "-]-«' ' i "'"'' P' cked as a mard on liic Irani With "Ray Rac'cll* lead-n- the^ 5 « Cled b> ' " P0!1 " f A1C wachr = way. Northwestern broke i" 0 V in '' „ H Qer / lti '! atCd .K'"'" - Blj;hcv!l1 " i-riters thf last 10 minvnes to down Rice i , f ""' ln the 5prln? of " !3 iniiFi iMce.i ,f r< , r leiterin;: two years wi'h th<- . 1 ond straielu nisht. Illinois started rebounding in the ™ 70-61. He scored 22. Shrine Gridders Visit Children S A>S T PRA N'C ISCO. De^.. J1. The.Shrine east and we.-t football teams took time out from scrim- | Chicks as both a guard and an I Tnat year he followed Co-^h Fir- jman "N'igi Bynum. who at ihe . : .;r^ I was Blytheville High School cn:ch. ] lo Arkan?ii:- Terh. He let'eira h: = i /rrshman .vear ana last VCTI he rr- cetved nation-wide publicily bv be- inr picked on ihe "Little Cilk-ci' API All-Slar Team' picked by a spnrr.- mage for Dec. 30 battle . llraillinr in a Nurll, (;«r«ltnn tinker s.ivs: "Oak Itidsrf hr^ pniv- rrhonsr." A quirk clnuMc-lakr shows it c"iicrrns .1 junior rollccr basketball loam . . . ()«TII Marl- inr?. son of N'rvi* spnrls rililor Hurry, is lite nr-u hiisinpsv mnnnpri of Mir l-'ort \Vnr(ri TCMIJ. I.r.iRiir hall dull, lie sl.irlrrl as an American l.reinn pl.iyrr . . . Kd- visit (he kids who will henelii 'from (heir gridiron efforls. Both squads went to ihe Shrine Hospital for Crippled Children yesterday rnorninz. In the afternoon, practice schedules were resumed, with the west concentration on offensive plays and (he east working on pa.^es. This afternoon the 2ridders were die Ootlieh of (he Pliill,- \Vnrriors finally has civcn up no seven-innl llirec ,IEm Dempscy after spcnd- ioe (hree months arul considerable doitch Irvine In make a haschall |i'a.vrr mil nf him . . . .liiTi i:ilcry, Ameriran llockry l.raiue rlrunihenler. (hluks hr has Ihe ans»er In Ihal popular s"n; ini'Slery . . Al nn, ho^liry same. Jim a-cues. yni'll hear Ihe loalirs holler: "Hrl dial hfnm p-(.i -tiorun (hint oul nt hrrc." Any lime (here's a loose puck ni-arhy. j He is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt ScrilEcs of Blylhevillc. All-Alt' Tram I ne All-AIC team: fhome town Ends—Bill Gorre tRisnni. Hrnricrson: and Ooyle VVallarc, -B-.Id Knob' Macnolia AA.-M. Tackles — Bill Woorlirl. 'I.i : ;|c Hick', Arkansas Tech: HaroM H;m». -DrQueenl. Maenolia AAM. Guards—Bear Forte. <Trxarka-inV Li'lle Rock -lunior Collece: Bsllv Bob Elliott. 'Blylhevillpi, Ati-Rnsas Tech. j Center — Ororee Graham. -r,';r- | doio Henderson. j Backs—David Anderson. f.Mni-.'i- :trllo«, Arkansas A<vM: Jainr- nr- ; va--ier. ''Forrest Cil.yJ. State Tcarii- ; ers; Jack Simpson, i For', Smrhl. Arkansas Tech; Pearly Railey, 'Hirh- mond. Va.>. Little Rock Junior Col- T formation as he aoes after a title for the club (hat won its only NFL (town in 1335. Parker, a rookie J'.IM crarfiiatcd from Centenary. playecj on that, team. Anderson declined lo di.-cuss Parker's salary terms. A usually reliable source indicated Parker 'will get murh less than Mc.Miilin's MO.OOO i year. The -.a'.r.f souire s.,id McMillin. '•>no hnti two ye.iis left on his, •mirart wiien he resianerl. wi!) B et j "ne scn.iKd rtuc him. j Parker war- "tirkird to death" j vhen hr learned he had been nam- I cd io the post. -Everybody wants to he a head coach." he said. He had been a head coach once ; before in pi ri ranks. In loin he j served the Chicago Cardinals as! a r-o-head roar'o until midway in | the season ',vl-,rn he look over as hrRd cnach. He resi?nrr! alter (he club ended "ne year -vi'h a ,'i-S-l record. Barnhill Soys Changes Due in Coaching Staff FAYETTEVrLLE. Ark.. Dec. 'Jl ',J'i -University of Arkansas Athletic Director John Barnhill said last night there'rt probably be some chanse.s in the make-up of the university football coaching staff. "We are In process of making some changes, but no'final decisions have been made." Barnhill said He gave no indication of what the changes might he. but said nothing would be done until head Coach Otis Douglas returns from a vacation. Douglas has cone to his tainilv home at. Reedville. Va. He plans lo return to Fayc.tteviUc about Jan. 3. Cravath. keeping a speaking ell- sasoment In Monterey, Calif., last nisht. came, up with philosophical wise cracking about his forced o,uil- lin*!. "If I'm ever lucky enough to land another coaching job, I'm going to | win football games and let Ihe olh-| er fellow build character.' 'he said.j Shr.wins movies of the Trojan's 9-7 i over Notre Dame, a victory over a j traditional foe which wasn't enough lo save his hide after a dismal spa- son, Cravath watched the. scene where his players carried him off Ihe field and said: "There goes a moiikcv en a pouo stick." " " Cravath says hp doesn't have irn- mediate plans for his future, plans immediate hands of Athletic Director Willis o. Hunter. The list of possibilities prows longer will: each of USC for a successor are in the new edition of (he sporUs paycs. Mentioned are coaches" Paul Br.iwn. Cleveland Browns; Dud Wilkinson. Oklahoma; Tay Brown. Compton. Calif.; Jordan Olivar.| Loyola of Los Amjelcs; Charles! Caldwell. Prince* :n; Paul Bryant.: Kentucky: Frank Howard. Cletn- .son; Lefty Jarne.s Cornell; Don Faurot, Missouri; Frank Leahy. No- ;lrc Dante, and Athletic. Director j Fritz' Crisler. Michigan, and Clark j Shaughnessy, late of the Los Angeles Rams. Then, too. there are-- other coaches separated from Jobs tljs : year: Bo McMullin. Detroit Lions; j Blair Cherry. Texas; Bernie Bier- j man. Minnesota; Wes Fesler, Ohio i State. At the moment, no one apparently knows how interested USC is in any of these gentry, or vice versa Leahy has said repeatedly that all the rest of his coaching will be at Not re Dame. Crisler has dtsavow- | ed interest in coaching anywhere. By Tlie Assodalcd I'reM Washlnelon 74. Pitt 55 Columbia 62, Tulan M NorUnvesleni 70, Rice 61 Villanova 68. North Carolina Stale 61 California 80, Baylor 40 Illinois 71, Washington stale 43 Detroit 01 Marquelic 51 West Virginia 95, George Washington fig Purdue 13. 1'enil 64 Drake 12. North Texas Slate 11 Arkansas -15. Mississippi 35 Murray St 81), Beluil 78 Washburn 51, P^ort Hayes 43 Southwest Missouri 57, East Texas State 51 41. Nebraska Weslcyan 59. Bethany Justice Douglas Hunts Ducks Hear Riplcy RIPLP3Y. Tenn.. Dec. 21. lAPl — Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas and his son. William Jr.. were duck huntinj at Open Like near here today. They were .with a party of friends from Nashville, Trim.! and Stuttgart. Ark. Tomorrow nishi Doushs and his .-on are to be guest.s at a dinner party at Little. Rock. Livestock '&> -A,?!'. .. 7< > .^^ ,; - f i^^T- Seagram's V.O., per fifrh 5 All popular brand Cigcucts ctn. 1, Echo Springs - '/z pint ] Echo Springs - pint 2 Old Charter - Vi pint \ Old Chortor - pint 3 Old Charter - fifth '. 5 Cgscade - Vipinr 1.50 p j n t 3 Cascado . . fifth 4 James E. Pepper, Bonded - !/z Pt. l James E. Pepper, Bonded - pint 3 » BEER 40 Iriesedieck 51 ,75 Fa'staff Hyde Park ,90 6 Cons 75 Carry Away Pkg. .75 00 65 .80 Hntlwpiscr 11 120 Phone 3481 Hiway 61 Hiill.ind. Mo. Thp dc.^icn j irll= the ^cnre \ii\f\ and clnn to of ScoKL^h r'f; family, Vin lr;idrr. Miorni U. To See Clemson Plays i MIAMI. Fla.. Dec. 21 'API—The University of Miami Hurricanes scnnima:r ag.iinM Clemson plays today in rirrpara'iou for their ; Orange How] date with the Tigers. Jan. 1. Coich Andy G'l^UIsnn announced he will send his varsil.y defense j azainst the Tijer formation; and tomorrow w-i]l p\it, tbe offensive (cam into action. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Ill Dec. 21. r/P)—IUSDA1 —Ho», I0500'' hirrows and gilts mostly 51 ]n-, lr:r ' sows 50 to 7f> lower than Wedncs- riay's average: practical top 20.00: about two loads 20.10 and 20 L'o' most sales 2-10-270 Ibs is 25-5o" few 280-300 Ibs 19.00: bulk 150-170 Ibs lD.OD-20.00; 120-140 Ibs 17 50-1« .in"most sows -100 Ibs down lS..if)-n .in' heavier sows 15.25-16.25; stags 1200- Porker Cagers Rally to Whip OleMiss45-35 MEMPHIS. Dec. 21. I/Pi — T - r University of Arkansas bar-k-'ir!l ocercame a slight halft:iv.r> . deficit to defeat Mississippi. 35 to ^5. here last night. The Rebels led at Ihe intermission. 20-18. They had gotten off to a sizeable early lead, which Arkansas soon whittled down. ft, wa.s Arkansas' third win in seven starts, Mississippi has won fivo and lost two. Arkansas euard Jack Hess was high scorer with !.i points—six field goals and three free Throws. The two teams play it Little Rock tonight. 1450. Cattle 2000: calves fiOfl; few loads and lots medium and low good steers 23.00-31.25; odd hear! 32.00: common and medium steers and heifers 25.50-28.00: gond cows 22.5023,50: common and medium 20.5022,00: canners and cutters 165020.50. iro thr into pcrmanpiit trainee Ih? PHM to Sann Chra anrt tt lo Stanforri, Maripn?a trrrs In Ynr-r-iiilr Na- (l ona1 Park, Calirornia ire hrlicvcd . the wnrld's oldrsi and larcpst Uvin c Miinas. DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF HAROLD McFADDEN and (lie Sotilh's; fim-s| all folmcd band and cnlcr- laincrs. — PLUS— RUFUS & BONES ond Their RED HOT HARLEM REVUE Ditcrl finm H 2-jr:ir ciii';ii;vnirHl ill the n;i«ion's Colored Ilicalrr, 6 BIG ACTS Solid Hour of Solid Entertainment Presented as You Like If. FLY INN 9tiil? Friday, Dec. 22 Straight Kentucky Bourbon in all its Glory! U«lcfnl Anrl liixnrion? Kcnlnrky Dourlwn it conlaina. ./, „, *. ^ • - 4 «. ^*r M'SSS, | K noor. «!snjtiTSHAISSI SOUJSOK mmi. mtsuss BISIIUIKS co., iiMirgir. i THEATRE 2019 West Main Oticn \\Vekria.vs fi:15 Show Slarls 7:0(1 Salllrrlays * Sunrtars 1:00 Always a Douhlc Kciilure Robert Young Shirley Temple Johh Agor W in Baltimore* Cnrtoon .RIT-Z* THEATRE Manila, Ark. Liisl Times Today 'Msg^i'iicent Obsession' Irenr Dunn ami Roltcrl Taylor Also News A- Shorts Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community CcnterjA MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. & Sim. 1'h. 58 Last Times Today rr Surrender -I. 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