The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1955 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 17, 1955
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PAGE SIX BLTTHKTILI,! (ARK.)' COOTIER NEWS RATURDAT, SEPTEMBER IT, 1958 Chick Defense, Conditioning Pay Off Tribe Wears Down Cats For Solid 14-0 Victory <Continued from Page 1) bolt going 3 to the 28. Fumble Agrain Cosily Akers picked up a beautiful block by Jones on a wingback reverse and journeyed 18 steps for a firsi-down on the North Little Rock 10. Abbott smashed into the line twice bm on the second blow was jarred loose from the Ual! and the Wildcats recovered on their own six to halt the second Blytheville drive inside the 10. Waggoner gained two before being racked up by Abbott. Roberts on a delayed quarterback sneak was stopped nicely by Hall and Nelson, then the sharp little quarterback got four am Rock had to kick. Justice's kick went 39 yards to the Blytheville 48. Akers, taking a pitchout from Jones on a very nice bit of split-T quarterbacking, and getting a great block by Abbott. skirted right end for 21 yards and a first down on the North Little Rock 31. Abbott got four and five on a pair of line plunges and Jones on a keeper play picked up two more and another Chick first down on the 19. Chicks Stalled But here ihe Chicks stalled. Abbott lost a pair on a reverse, an Akers to Earls pass was incomplete. One to Hodge on fourth ctown worked for 11 yards, but it was still short of a first and North Little Rock took over on its own 15. But the Chicks held and forced Justice to Kick, which he did in a big way — 44 yards to the Blytheville 40. Akers gathered the ball in and on a handoff play gave to priveit who made a nice eight-yard return before being brought down and shaken up on the Blytheville 48. Sophomore Moore replaced him at right half and the Tribe notched its first Tp four plays later. First try was a handoff from the T to Akers who gained two. An Akers to Hodge pass fell incomplete, but then the quick little tailback worked the Tribe's new running pass beautifully to Moore for 34 yards to the North Little Rock 17. Moore for TD Then Moore, capping that fine effort, went wide to the left on a wingback reverse with beautiful blocking by Jones and Abbott and the two guards, Hall and Huffman, and with a burst of speed flew into the end zone untouched. Akers kicked the extra point and BJytheville led 7-0 with two minutes left in the first half. Abbott's kickoff to the seven was returned nicely to the 34 by Waggoner but he was racked up on a shattering tackle by Gee. Roberts completed the Cats' first pass to Worrell good for 10 yards with Perry and Gee making the stop. After a short pass failed, Roberts was inurjed in attempting another and was taken out of the game. North Little Rock was forced to kick and Blytheville ran out the clock with Abbott getting 12. Moore three and Akers 10 on three reverses. Quick Score The Wildcats kicked off to Elytheville to start the third quarter and the Tribe moved quickly for its second touchdown. Abbott, taking the kick on his own 27, returned 20 yards on nice running and some fine blocking to the Blytheville 47. Akers picked up seven quick ones on a split-T handoff from Jones, and Abbott got a pair to the 44 on a fullback counter, a delayed plunge through the middle on a handoff from the T-quarter- bflck. Priveti goi two on a liandoli for a first down on North Little Rock's. 42. Then BlytheviHe's A-A boys went to work. Akers took a pitchout form Jones, got a terrific block from Abbott and went 19 yards to 23. Abbott, .on a repeat of the fullback counter, drove ovei> the middle, shook off a couple of would-be tacklers and went all the way for the score. Aker*' Kick Good Akers again split .the goal for the poini wiih Privuu holding. Blythevllle's lead was 14-0 with nine minutes to go in the third quarter. That was the game as far as points were concerned but Blytheville later penetrated again deep into Wildcat territory and the Cats in the closing minutes finally drove inside the Blytheville 30 for the first. Waggoner returned Abbott's kickoff from his own 12 to the 39. The Cats got a first down after Cerrato, Waggoner for seven and Eagle tried the line. North Little Rock drew a 5-yard penalty but Cerrato got that back and added three more wiih Bailiff making the stop on Blythevilfe's 47. A long pass attempt by Sadler was intercepted and returned beautifully by Akers from his own 10 to North Little j the 40, but a clipping penalty set the Chicks back to their own one yard line. Abbott dropped back on .first down to kick out and got off a beautiful 45 yarder to get the Chicks out of the hole. And Gee and Bratcher, racing down under the kick, made it pay off by' cutting down the receiver on the 45 after a return of only two yards. Quarterback Sadler then fumbled on a keeper play and Huffman pounced on the ball for the Chicks on their own 44. Fake Kick BlyiheviHe drew 15 yards for offensive holding. Akers got seven of it back on an end sweep to the 38, then with third down and about 18 to go, Abbott went back to kick. But instead he handed off to Akers on the ancient fake kick and the little scaiback hurtled 29 yards to the North Little Rock 38 fdr first down. A nice,fake by Akers and a key block by Gee added a good 10 yards to the run. But a fumble on a handoff gave ihe ball to North Little Rock on their 39 to halt the scoring attempt. Eagle and Cerrato combined for a first down on the 50, Sadler passed to Eagle for eight with Gee and Nelson making the stop, and Eagle, trying for a first down through the middle, was halted by the entire. Chick line. Blytheville took possession on its own 42 as the quarter ended. Akers galloped 15 yards on a wingback reverse for a first on the Wildcat 43. Abbott got six and Moore lost three as Hankins broke through for the tackle. But Abbott, on a slashing run, drove for 11 yards and a first down on the 30. Akers Hurt The Wildcats were offsides and on the next play Akers running off right tackle was hurt and North Little Rock drew a 15 r yard penalty for unnecessary roughness. That gave Blytheville a first down on the Cats' 10, but a fumble on the next play killed the drive and North Little Rock took over inside their own 20 for the fourth time in the game. Eagle picked up 15 but Cerrato was stopped by Nelson. Eagle got seven but again Cerrato was stopped, this time on a great de- j fensive play by Jones. Blytheville was unable to move the ball after getting Justice's kick Cook Scores 4 Touchdowns as Tigers Win, 33-0 By SONNY SANDERS Courier News Correspondent CARUTHERSVILLE — Ha llback George Cook scored four touchdowns to lead the Cai'Uthersville Tigers to a 33-0 shutout over the Hayti Indians in a non-conference game last night. Tiger halfback Don Woody ran 88 yards for a Caruthersvilie touchdown on the kickoff of the second half. Cook's first touchdown was a 15- yard run on the first play of the second quarter, climaxing a drive which carried 80 yards in 13 plays. Guard Jack Taylor's conversion attempt, was not good. Hayti controlled the ball for four plays and then punted to the Indian 37 and then Cook carried the ball over. Taylor's conversion was good. 88-Yan! Touchdown Run Hayti kicked off to Caruthersvilie to start the last half and Woody broke loose for his 88-yard touchdown dash. He then passed to Gerald Clayton for the extra point. Hayti carried down to the Ca- ruthersvilie 20 where the Tigers took over on downs. Bob Bartholomew and Cook cared the ball to the Hatyi 18 in three plays. Then Cook scored on a iine buck, but, Taylor's conversion was not good. In the last quarter the Tigers took charge mid moved 70 yards in five plays to set up Cook's 10-yard run iiis fourth touchdown. Taylor kicked the extra point. The win was the Tigers' second straight, as the Indians dropped their opener. The starting lineups: was injured on the play. Earls broke through to hit Cerrato with Huffman and Nelson putting on the- clincher for a yard loss. Justice's running pass to Eagle after a pitchout fell incomplete and Justice . kicked out of bounds on the Blytheville 24. The Chicks were stymied again and Abbott had trouble with an other kick, this one going out-of- bounds after only 12 yards on the Blytheville 36. This gave the Wildcats opportunity for their only penetration inside BlytheviHe's 40 yard line. Sadler's pass was good for 14 to the Chick 21, Eagle on an end sweep drove nine to the 14 with Jones making 1 the tackle after taking out three blockers. Abbott made a beautiful block of Justice's running pass and on the next play Nelson recovered a fumble for Blytheville when Sadler was hit by Huffman and Earls on an attempt to pass. Blytheville got the ball on its 24 to nip the Cats' only threat with about one minute to go. Akers and Abbott picked up enough for a first down and enough to run out the ABBOTT GETS SIX — Charles Abbott, the workhorse Chick fullback who nearly outgained the entire North Little Rock team last night, drags a Wildcat tackier in the third quarter as he pitfks up six yards after taking a pitchout from Bobby Jones. (Courier News Photo) clock from there. STATISTICS B'ville First Downs Passes Att Completions Interceptions Fumbles Opp. Pmb. Rec. 14 10 3 ] 4 3 NLR 5 11 3 1 4 4 Punt average ... 4 for 25 8 for 36 Penalties (yards) ... 45 25 Yards Rushing 2C4 89 Yards Passing 44 33 Total Offense 308 122 INDIVIDUAL HUSHING BLYTHEVILLE Moore Privett ... Akers .... Abbott ... Jones — Hodge No. Carries Total Av. 4 3 15 18 5 1 n 25 117 88 9 NORTH HTTLE ROCK Worrell Waggoner Roberts ... Eagle . Cerrato ... Sadler Hayti Sides Chism Estes Brooks Noggle King Burns Richard Shircy McAdams Fraser Pos. L.E. L.T. L.O. C. R.G. R.T. R.E. Q.B. L.H. R.H. F.B. Caruthersvi] B'ville Hodge Ratliff .... Huffman .. Gee Hull Sparks .... Street Rounsavall Peters Jones Trainor Figgins Taylor 5 7 3 9 6 3 LINEUPS Pos. ... LE ... .... LT ... ... LG ... .... C ... ... RG ... ... RT ... ...RE ... QB 12 24 -4 54 11 -14 McCoy Clayton Bartholomew Woody Cook Watkins N. L. R. .. Dereshaw Schmidt Reeves Eustace ... J. Brown Turner Blankenship Roberts Akers LHB Justice Privett RHB Waggoner Abbott FB Worrell Substitutes: Blytheville—Bratcher, Earls, Moore, Coalter, Nelson, Perry; North Little Rock—Sadler, J. Montgomery, Hankins. Eagle, Cerrato, Montgomery, H i n s o n , Glaze, Everett. * * * LR On Way Oat As Big 8 Titads? Ckicks Make Bid By RAY STEPHENS Of The Associated Press For years the Little .Rock Tigers have dominated the conference of Arkansas' big high schools, but the 1955 season is,beginning to look like a year for a new champion, and two powers already are making bidding for the top spot. Fort Smith, often an also-ran in only the Big Eight, spotted El Dorado two touchdowns and then flushed from behind for a 14-13 victory last, night. BlytheviHe's Chicks, a newcomer to the conference, made their debut a 14-0 triumph over always-rugged North Rock. Both decisions were enough to make the rest of the conference members take serious notice. Anj team that can give away a 13' point lead to El Dorado and stil win is something to be carefully considered, and Blytheville thrash ed North. Little Rock much more soundly than the score indicates The Chicks penetrated the Nortl Little Rock 20 five times without scoring, mainly because of butter fingered ball handling. Hot Springs Improving Another bit of bad news for the conference is the sudden develop ment of Hot Springs as ;i gooc team—mabe not a power, but good ball club nonetheless. For the first time since November of 1952, Hot Springs won a bal game last night, and the Trojans did it in no uncertain fashion will a 21-7 conquest of Camdun. Cuden is a Class AA team, bin it'? alsc one of the slate's toughen com binations. Prior to last night, Hot Springs had a siring of 22 defeats broken a tie. Little Rock turned in an inept performance in dropping their second straight game of the season, a 26-H loss to Texarkana, Tex. And, Pine Bluff was disappointing Football Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Focahontas 7, Corning 0 Monticello 20, Hamburg 0 Stamps 39, Pvescott 0 Smacfcover 6, Fairview 0 Hot Springs 21, Camden 7 Fort Smith 14n El Dorado 13 Texarkana, Tex., 36 Little Rock Paragould 33, Trumann 14 Eudora 19, White Hall 13 Malvern 19 f Conway 12 Pine Bluff 20, Crossett 14 DeQueen 32, Hope 6 Osceola 41, Lepanto 0 Blytheville 14, North Little Book Horatio 6, Norphlet 0 Junction City 32, Strong 7 Fayetteville 27, Siloam Springs 12 Beebe 13, Walnut Ridge 7 Huntsville 18, Harrison 0 Benton 7, Stuttgart 7 dial Van Buren 33, Russellville « Charleston 18, Atkins 0 Dardanelle 12, Clarksville 0 Warren 26, Dumas 0 Hughes 26. Earle 0 Heavener, Okla.. 39, Waldron 6 Broken Bp\v, Okla., 14, pierks 6 Miami, Okla., 14, Springdale 12 Rogers 38, Neosho, Mo., 13 Hartford 24. Mansfield 2 Hazen 20, De Vails Bluff 0 Marianna 40, Holly Grove fa Ozark 24. Berryville 7 Bentonville 24, Alma 0 Batesville 27, Augusta 0 Bauxite 27, Magnet Cove 6 Haynesvjlle, La., 39, Magnolia 7 Lonoke 34, Bryant 7 Paris 21, Greenwood 0 Arkadelphia 13, Dermott 6 Danville 14, Havana 12 12, Whitehaven, West Memphis Tenn., 7 Jonesboro 27, Clarksdale, Miss., 27 (tie) De Witt 13, Forrest "City 0 Cabot 26, Sheridan 14 Nashville 34, Idabel, Okla., 0 Harrisburg 27, Piggoti 18 . Carlisle 21,.Arkansas School for the Deaf, Little Rock, 7 Clarendon 30, Des Arc 0 Ashdown 6, Gurdon 0 Ashdown 6, Gurdon 0 Rison 21, Marvel! 19 Fuller 26, Heber Springs 0 Lakeside (Hot Springs; 35, mineral Springs 0 Star City 20, Lake Village 0 England 26, Mabelvale 6 Fordyce 41, McGehee 7 Morrllton 19, Jacksonville 7 Wynne 13, Brinkley 0 Southeast Missouri Sikeston 43. Chaffee 6 Caruthersvilie 33, Hayti 0 Charleston 20, Cairo IB Kennett 13, Maiden 0 Dexter 13, E. Prairie 0 Wilson 12, Marked Tree 0 Burdette 12, Keiser 0 Yogi s Homer Whips Boston Indians Fall By ED The Associated Press The patent for the big home run still belongs to th« New York Yankees. And combining that talent with the unexpected help of Detroit's Steve Gromelc,, the starter-turned- reliever, the Yanks are back in first place again in that treacherous Americ an League pennant race. A one-out homer by Hank Bauer drew ihe Yankees even with Boston in the ninth inning last night and after Elite Kinder, the Red Sox relief marvel, got the second out. Yogi Berra rapped a shot into the right field stands to win it 5-4. It was ? Yogi's 27th of the year and his second of the game. Until the ninth, Kinder had been tagged for only two home runs all seaoii. Gromeck Whips Cleveland Oromefc, meanwhile, toppled. Cleveland out of the lead with Ihree-hit pitching in six innings of relief as Detroit won 3-0. York took over by two percentage points. The Yanks also gcined a one-game edge in the all- important "lost" column. New. York has won 89 and lost 56. with nine games remaining. Cleveland, with seven left, is 90-57. Chicago's White Sox practicallv fell out of the fight with a 13-7 thrashing at Kansas City. Boston played to the hilt the "spoiler" role it shares with Detroit. A three-run surge chased starter Whitey Ford in the eighth and gave the Red Sox a 4-3 advantage. But then, gobbled it up. Mantle Injures Ler In the process of claiming th* lead for the first time since Aug. 30 .the Yankees lost Mickey Mantle, who leads the league with 37 homers. He pulled a muscle in his right thigh beating 0111 a bunt against Boston starter Frank Sullivan in ihe second inning. An official report on the injury will have to wait until Mickey tests the leg today. But Mantle admitted "ii doesn't feel good. 1 yuess I'll be out a couple of dtiys." Mickey's bunt led to the first run off Sullivan and Berra's ilrsi homer made it 3-0 in the fifth. Sullivan, who's won 18, hns yet to beat the Yanks, who have supplied half of his eight defeats. Reliefer Jim Konstanty, although giving up a pinch double to Paye Throneborry that scored the lead run in the eighth, held on for his seventh victory. Kinder, meanwhile lost his fourth straight. Hoeft I'uUs Tendon The Tigers called on Gromek, who had failed in his last 12 start-", when Billy Hoeft pulled a tendon on the pitch of the third inning. Gromek. a 35-year-old right- hander traded to Detroit by (he Indians in 1953, then went to work. striking out four ns the Indians wound up with just four hits. Gromek ended it by fanning pinch-hitter Ralph Kiner with two twinkling, out and two on in the ninth. It was all over. Early Wynn was the loser. Earl auer connected on a 1-1 pitch Torgeson broke up a scoreless off Kinder, who by baseball stand-jthiel with a two-run single in the rds should be drawing social se-J seventh. An inning later, Ray curity, The 41-year-old righthander j Boone—another ex-Indian—doubled fed Berra a fast ball and Yogi'and scored on Bill Tuttle's single. i AKERS STEPS OUT — Freddy Akcrs, the Chlckasaws 1 fine little tailback, got assistance from Bobby Jones on this end run and picked up 11 yards In the second period last night nl Haley Field Stadium. (Courier New* Fhuto) Bulldogs Trim 'A' Team 12-0 MARKED TREE — Doyle Carpenter intercepted a Marked Tree puss in the first quarter and vim it back — 45 yards to the Marked Tree 20 to set up the first touchdown as the Wilson Bulldogs trimmed Marked Tree, 12-0, last night in a non-conference game. Moments after Carpenter's runback Robert Wright carried the ball the remaining 20 yards to a touchdown. In the second half Billy Trannum hit pay dirt from five yards out for the only other score of the game. College Football UCLA 21, Texas A&M 0 Drake 28, North Dakota State 6 Northwestern Okla. State 35, Bethany Kan. 7 Kirksville Mo. State 7, Southwestern Kan. 6 Missouri Valley College H, Springfield Mo. Slate 0 Wash burn Kan, 13, Colorado School of Minos 7 Kearney Neb. State 13, McPherson Kan. 6 College of Emporia Knn. 7, War- ronsburg Mo. o Central Okla. Stale 19, Port Hays Kan. 12 Central 20, Carthage 13 Parsons 25, Culver Slnckton fi Little Rock Junior College 33 Ferklnson (Miss.) J C ft in edging Crossett 20-14. Crossett, | a Class AA school, was moving in 1 company over its head, and htid been viewed as a warm up for the Zebras. The other member of the Big Eight, Texarkana, Ark., took an easy 39-6 victory over Atlanta, Tex., Thursday night. Abbott, Akers Shine Anyone who wants to stop Blytheville had better figure out a way to curb Freddy Akers and Charles Abbott. Akers and Abbott were the big show in the Chicks' decision over punchless North Lit^ tie Rock. A pass from Akers to wingback Ed Moore put Blytheville on the 17, and Moore went the rest of the distance on the next play for the first touchdown. Abbott crashed through the middle of the line and bulled his way 23 yards for the other marker, ending a 53-yard Blytheville march, both points. Akers kicked Bucs Whip Keiser 12-0 ln3-BTilt BURDETTE — Burdetie's Pirates scored twice in the first quarter last night to whip favored Keiser last night, 12-0, in a 3-B conference game. Pirate fullback John Payne sliced off tackle and rambled 92 yards for the first touchdown, after getting a key block from Arkey Pankey at mldfteld. Later in the first period Payne passed to wingback Joe Easley for 25 yards and a touchdown. The Pirates throttled Keiser with some good defensive line play and Payne turned in runs of 35, 15 and 9 yards to lead the Pirate offense. Johnny Groive, Keiser halfback, drove to the Burdette 35 for Keiser's deepest penetration of the game. Keiser's top man was Jimmy Smith, wingback both on offense Seminoles Batter Lepanto Crew 41-0 OSCEOLA — Osceola's Seminoles broke into the win column last night with a shattering conquest of District 3B foe Lepanto by the score of 41-0. The overwhelming victory set the on offen&e and defense, also had a Seminoles up as District favorites I hand in u second quarter TD. The together with Burdette. Osceola ground out 388 net yards rushing and passing while racking up 15 points in the first quarter, 13 In the second, seven in the third and six in the fourth. Big Richard Lucas, Osceola's all- state candidate at tackle, got the scoring started for the Stmmoles early in the -first period when he hauled down Lepanto's George Capps behind the goal for a two- point safety. Weldon Sharp Osceola's flashy freshman Ed Wildon set up their ISrst touchdown with two carries good for 25 yards and then scored from the one. Ben Wells passed 25 yards to Dewey Gentry for the second TD in the first period and Nelson Hopkins ran over for the point. Lucas, who was outstanding both and defense in a game which saw only two penalties called. big tackle imcrceped n Lepanio pass on the 30 and Hopkins converted U. into a touchdown with a pair ql scampers good for 12 and 18 yards. Blacked Kick Gentry blocked a Lepanto kick on the 10 to set up OsceoLa's final score of the first half. Wells on a pitchout made the TD, Hopkins ronven- ed and Osceola had the rout well in progress with a 2fi-0 halftime score. In ihe third period with Lyman Shumake doing a great job at quarterback, ti'.c Seminoles tallied again on four plays covering 70 yards with S. E. Stovall going the final '& yards for the score. A Shumake to Stovall pass gave the Tribe its final score in the fourth period after a string of penalties killed some nice running by Jerry Hill. Weldon. Hopkins. Stovall on defense, Wells, Shmnakc, Lucas and Recce led the rejuvtnaied Seminolei. UCLA Whips Texas A&M, 21-0 By ED CORIUGAN The Associated Press Ronnie Knox, a 19-year-old sharpshooter, has played exactly one game of college football, but he's already being plugged as one of the Pacific Coast's great backs. In fact, even before he tossed three touchdown passes in UCLA's opening 21-0 victory over Texas A&M last night in Los Angeles, Knox was a "known"' unknown quantity. He had starred at three different, high schools, then enrolled at California, only to withdraw andj pop up at UCLA, rated the No. 1 football team in the country in ;he pre-season poll of sports writers and sportscasters by The Associated Press. A crowd of 65,334, watched the veteran-packed forces of Coach Bed Sanders run all over the Ag- gies. Knox Draws Plaudit* But it was Knox who drew the slaudits. In the second period, he litchcd touchdown passes to Johnny Hermann, 25 yords, and Chuck Holloway, 9 yards, and in the third quarter, he pitched one of 23 yards ,o Jim Decker. A scattering of other games were >li>yed last night. Drake defeated lh Dakota State 28-1! and Davidson turned, back Catawba 26-0 in ,he most Important. The top game on today's sched- lle sends Miami against Georgia Tech at Atlanta in the opener of a day-night doubteheader. It will be televised nationally in color. The night half of the twin-bill will send Mississippi against Geor- gai. Offensive Game on TV The TV game figures to be an all-offensive game with Miami's backfield of last year — Whitey Rouviere, Mario Bonofiglio, Don Bosseler and Jack Losch—back for another whirl. Georgia Tech will unveil Stan Flowers, a talked-about sophomore halfback. Miami was ninth in the pre-season poll and Tech 10th. Mississippi, Southeastern conference champion *r '54, has been decimated by graduation, but rules i year's ace passer-runner. a slight choice over Georgia, which will present a veteran lineup. Maryland, looking ahead of it* clash with UCLA next week, has a warmup against Missouri. The fifth-ranked Terps are 20-point favorites despite the fact that center Bob Pellagrini and fullback Tom Selep are out with injuries. California vs. Pitt Johnny Michelosen makes his debut as Pitt coach when the up and coming Panthers open a new Inlersectlonal rivalry 'with California at Pittsburgh. Michelosen, an old Pitt quarterback, has installed soph Darrell Lewis at the position, benching Corny Salvaterra, last The Pacific Coast conference gets right down to business with Washington figured to.beat Idaho and Southern California favored over Washington State., Stanford may have some trouble with College of the Pacific. In the South, Florida entertains Mississippi State and Louisiana State plays host to Kentucky. Texas Tech visits Texas at night. Other games pit Iowa State against Denver, Kansas State against Wyoming, Wichita against Arizona State of Tempe, Arkansas against Tulsa, Baylor against Hardln-Sim- rnoiw and Kansas against Texas Christian. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Stpt. 19 8:15 p.m. AdulH SOc — Children 15a TedLafell & Charley Loye rt. Prince Omar & John Silvers »0 Minute Tim* Limit — BM! 1 out of 3 Filbi Two 1-Fall Matches ted LAFFILL Print* OMAR Charlfe LAYE •nd John vi. SILVERS Minute Time I,imil

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