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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6,1958 BLYTHEVltLTG (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Chicks Tackle Cats In Big 8 Battle Tonight The Blytheville High Chickasaws had a bus to catch this morning, an eight-thirty bus bound for North Little Rock, and it wasn't scheduled as a pleasure cruise. It seems the Chicks have some'business to take care of in the central part of the state with a band of rbughneckshvho call themselves Wildcats. Of. course their return might de-1 they can carry out their plans of velop into a pleasure trip — if I defeating the Wildcats in tonight's they B's Run By Wardell As Paps Nose Dive WARDELL — The Blytheville High B team won another game last night as they moved by Wardell here 49-47. They made up for the game the Cards stole from the little Chicks here earlier in the season. The Paps are still winless this season. They fell 33-18ilast night. The paps have been hard hit by losses. Before the season, began Jan Janett's • family moved from Blytheville,and.now star 6-2 Jerry Manley, and 6-1 Billy Harvison are gone. ' • , The Manley family has moved to JUNIOR GAME Blytheville Pos. Wardell Cherry, 2 F Young Watson, 5 F Hillian, 2 Dorris, 9 C Baker, 8 Smith, 2 '.'. 0 ... Bullock, 11 Boyd G .... McCoy, 12 Substitutions: Blytheville—Bruce, Rounsaville, 2. Wardell — Hooten, Kentner, Strickland, Orewe, 2. B GAME Btytheville Pos. WardeH Coalter, 9 .. v . F... M. Fisher, 10 Williford, 4 .;. F . T. Bankston, 7 Wyatt, 7 C Harris, 6 Bratcher, 17 . G Hooten, 17 Moore, 12 ..., G Treece, 2 Substitutions : Blytheville — Young, 1, McMahan. Wardel! — Williams, 5, Bailey, McHugh. Southern Illinois while the Harvi- sons now make their home in St. Louis. Bratcher was the leading point totaller again last night tat the B squad. He pumped in 17. Moore looked good with 12. The B's jumped off on an early spurt and led at the first quarter 10-2. Wardell was only able to hit one field goal. They outscored Blytheville in the next frame but were still behind at the end ot the half 21-16. The little Chicks' were again outscored in the last sixteen minutes of play, but the margin was small and the B's rode their comfortable early lead into the winner's circle. Next scheduled game for the Bly- thevjlle B team is Jan. 19 against Dyess here, although Coach- Haruz Prince said a game might be scheduled before Hot Springs games next wek-end. Leachvllle has been named as a possibe opponent. In the first game the Paps of Coach Johnny koldus failed to,show much. The crippled'Paps could only score six points in the first hall. Dorris made 9 points. Warden's big men were Nooten with 17 in the B contest and junior McCoy bagged a. . Carpenter Joins The Army LITTLE ROCK Ml — One of the best fullbacks in the University of Arkansas' football history, Lew Carpenter, has called a recess in his gridiron career to serve a hitch in the Army. Carpenter was inducted into the Army here yesterday, and left immediately for Camp Chaffee, near Port Smith, to begin basic training. The 24-year-old back, whose exceptional ball carrying ability results from both speed and power, was a Razorback mainstay in 195051-52. Since graduation, he has played With the professional Detroit Lions, who switched him to halfback and put him in their No. 1 offensive backfleld. Big Eight Conference game. Not only are the Chicks anxious to hand the conference leaders [heir first defeat of the season but are out to avenge their own -defeat, mliiiUikteieil by t :ats a 60-43 affair here on the of'Dec. 17. Stiff Workout Blytheville's Coach Jimmy Fisher put his boys through another stiff workout yesterday afternoon. All boys were on hand but Charles Abbott was not in uniform. He was sidelined with an upset stomach. Fisher said he'felt-the rugged starter would be O.K. for the same, however. "At least," he added, prayerfully, "I hope so." Abbott put on one of his best shows Tuesday night in the Marianna game as he accounted for 17 points. Blytheville won the contest 77-53. In that game Fred Kodges to- talled 24 points'and yesterday afternoon in practice he - was still ringing the bell in the .same fashion. . " Akers Experiments : — And those two'fine guards Bobby Jones' anifPreddy Akers were looking particularly: sharp. .With their fine, out-court shooting, with the big boys Billy Daniels and Hodges keeping things hot around the post, and with a little luck, .the Chicks will give any team trouble on any night. Akers was experimenting yesterday, successfully, with an unstoppable, standing, two-handed, over- the-head shot. It's a type shot another little man, Robin Freeman of Ohio State, uses with phenomenal" success. Although Freeman falls away when shooting. North Little Rock won .their second conference game Tuesday night, edging Hot Springs 64-58. The. young Trojans, Blytheville's Time was when the big fellow •asn't much more 'use than a flve- oot guy standing on a step ladder, le had height but couldn't move. But last night Big Bill moved ith relative ease as the unbeaten Flyers ran away from Duquesne 8-52. Uhl had 23 points, all but hree from the field, and grabbed 4 rebounds. All was not butter and honey mong the top-ranked teams last BASKETBALL. CRAB STYLE—Hal Pascal of Brooklyn St. John's, foreground, and Fordham's Ed Bugniazet w'ind up in the camera's eye as a large crab while scrambling for loose ball during Madison Square Garden play. Ameche, the league's" ball-car- ying champion, received 26 of the 0 votes cast in the annual bal- ating by Associated Press mem- er paper football -writers and AP taff men. The former Wisconsin lowerhouse earned the nomination Ousted AIC Members Deny They Strayed In Attracting Athletes CONWAY, Ark. (AP) — Two powerful members of the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference, virtually ousted from the eague on charges of overstepping' conference rules to attract and 'retain top athletes, flatly deny they strayed beyond the next home game most turned in opponents, al- upset. They were hot on the heels of the Wildcats' throughout the game and were only four points back at the half. Eagle Soars . In that _fray, thex Wildcats' 5-11 guard Charlie Eagle led all scorers with 21 points. He Was his team's chief point maker with 19 in their last visit to Haley Field Gym also. . The Chickasaws have now won five games, in seven starts. Pine Bluff and North Little Rock, both Big Eight Conference members, were the only teams able to catch them so far this season. This trip marks the first road journey for any Blytheville athletic team while in competition for the Big Eight championship. The boys will not prepare to return to Uiis city until Saturday morning. A play-by-play account of tonight's action will be carried by Radio Station KLCN. Other Big Eight games tonight: Hot Springs at Little Hook, Fort Smith at Pine Bluff, Texarkana at El Dorado. Guild Will Not Dissolve When Boxing Shows Fold In NYC By JACK HAND NEW YORK (AP) — Big- time boxing in New York is dead. Final services will be held Jan. 16. The Boxing Guild of New York last night voted unanimously not to dissolve its membership as ordered by Julius Helfand, chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission, who set a Jan. IB deadline. The guile! .said it had the full support of the 16 other guild affiliates. "We've done nothing wrong, said Charlie Johnston, president of the International Boxing Guild, of which the local guild is an affiliate. "We're ready to fight in New York right now. But if he (Helfand) takes our licenses away, we have to go out of town. We'll go anywhere to get fights. None of us is resigning." Blasts TV Promoter! Helfand isn't backing down either, from the tone of his press conference yesterday aft"™™: He blasted the Monday night television' fight promoters who decided to move fc: Baltimore, .ttlKttn Jan. 23, and Jailed one of ihe Bam- more promoters with whom they will work "Frankie C.rbo'3 representative." C»rbo, according to Helfand, Is » notorious police character with * powerful influence to b °"i n stati from the most unimpeachable source that Benny Trot ta (who promotes in Baltimore with his son-in-law Angelo Munafo) Is Carbo's. representative in, the city of Baltimore," said Helfand. "In the last three weeks, previous to this deal (moving the'televised fights from St. Nicholas Arena in New York to Baltimore) Frankie Carbo and Benny Trotta, whose real name is Benny Magliano, met in the city of Baltimore to engineer the deal."' Criminal Association Helfand said he would hold a hearing to see if disciplinary action was necessary against Tex Sullivan and Willie oilzenberg, the St. Nick's promoters. Under New York law, a license can be revoked for persistent association with a known criminal. He said Trott* and Munafo have records of arrests. The two Baltimore promoters weren't available for comment but Nick Trotta, Benny's brother, denied any dealings between his brother and Carbo and added that harn Barber Trade Earn Mors Momy Inroll AW P«y-Twn» Elton Btibw Ctltoft in Msln, Linn "«*»• **•_ Munafo was a liquor licensee in Baltimore, saying, "In Maryland a criminal can't get a license.' Helfand obviously was upset by the fact 'that the Maryland Ath letic Commission, whose chairman J. Marshall Boone had promised to support his fight against thr guild, had let him down. In Mary land, Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin ordered a, "full, .and immediate' investigation of boxing in Marylanc and called on Boone for a "fu! and complete report" on.the Mbn day night transfer. Starting J*n. 9 ra the Courier News S&E SUPER MARKET Highway 61 North W« D«liv«r—Prion. 3-9663 • Modern Stlf Scrvict Facilitwi • Choiet Mrats • Fintst Product • Quality Groceries • Frown Foods Enjoy Modern, Self-Seme.) Shopping with no parking problem at any time. Shop S & E for Quality. Ameche Is Only On AP's Alt-Pro Squad - By JOE REICHLER •NEW YORK (AP) — Alan (The Horse) Ameche, bulldriving fullback of the Baltimore 'olts was the only rookie named to the Associated Press 1955 all-pro team,which inclulded hree members each from the National Football League champion Cleveland Browns and Los Angeles, Western Division titleholders. by rolling up 961 yards in his first season, 194 of them in his first game. Although they finished *. half game behind the Rams for divisional honors, the Chicago Bears placed four piayers on the 22-man common practices of fellow AIC contenders. Spokesmen for both Southern | leges and Secondary Schools State of Magnolia and Arkansas Tech of Russellville said their po- ent athletic teams were built in he same manner as those of their iccusers, "People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw rocks," snapped Tech Athletic Director John Tucker. No Extra Inducements Dr. Dolph Camp, president of Southern State, said his school had not offered extra inducements to athletes, and that the AIC had reused to give him a list of specific ,'iolations allegedly made, by Southern. "They just told me that they )elieve we are violating the rules," said Camp. "We have no ntention o" closing our stadium. If necessary we will find new schools to play." In an official statement, Tech's Board of .Trustees said the Wonder Boys "will continue to schedule Arkansas teams desiring to play Tech" but would line up athletic events with other colleges for the next two years. "Arkansas Polytechnic colleges will continue to conform with the approved athletic policies of the North Central' Association of Col- Holland Shares Cage Twinbill With Wardell HOLLAlfD — 'The Holland Lions shared a twinblll with WardeU Cardinals here last night. Holland won the senior boys' game 92-18 and Wardell took the girls battle 5944.. v . Kenley was high scorer for the Holland boys with 34. Fisher made 37 for Wardell. Leading girls' scoring were Alexander of Holland with 37 and McPherson of Wardell with 33. Holland Kenley, 34 Smith, 17 Jamei, 20 Jackson, 16 Morton, 5 Boys' Game Poi. P P'. C G O Wardcl Redmond, 10 Cain, 8 Boren, 1' Bullock, 2 Fisher, 37 Subs: Holland—Lorren. Wai-dell —Bankiton, 2, Wilson 2. the trustees. "The athletic said program at Tech is being conducted on a level which is comparable to that as practiced by other AIC members." Presidents Signed Statements The action against Tech anc Southern was taken by other AIC members last month, but it didn't come to light untU the Conway Log Cabin Democrat uncovered it yesterday. Presidents of four member colleges, Arkansas State Teachers, Arkansas A&M, Henderson State Teachers and Ouachita, signed a statement charging the other two schools with "not abiding by the rules of the conference." No specific charges were listed in the complaint. The statement announced ttfat all four schools would suspend athletic relations with Tech and Southern effective next July 1. This means that there will be no disruption of the current basketball campaign, in which Southern State is leading. The other schools, The College of the Ozarks and Hendrix College didn't sign the statement, but they joined the four complainants in dropping Tech and Southern from their 1956 football schedules. The AIC's ninth member, Arkansas College of Batesvllle, doesn't compete In football. : Bad Gamble The conference commissioner, Brig. Gen. H. L.'McAlister of Conway,' said he doesn't plan any Im- mediate'action in the controversy, and added: "I'll do what the college presidents want done." Members of the AIC have attempted to operate competitive athletic programs without benefit of subsidization, mainly because most members are too small to gamble their funds on the possibility of good spectator support. McAlister said member schools are forbidden to help athletes except through "work scholarships." There's no limit on the amount of these scholarships a school can offer, he said, but campus jobs assigned to athletes can't pay more than the tasks of other working students. Alumni and other supporters of the .colleges also are barred from aiding players, said McAlister. two platoon squad. They include; end Harlon Hill, guard Stan Jones and tackle Bill Wightkin on the of fensive ele.ven and middle guard Bill George on the defensive team Pittsburgh was the only team tha was not represented on eithe: squad. Otto Named Otto Graham, who came out o retirement to lead the Browns to their second straight champion ship, won the quarterback post In a romp, getting 28 votes to eigh for Green Bay's Tobin Rote. It was the sixth time on the all-pro team for the, 33-year-old former North western great who promptly re tired again after scoring two touch downs and passing for two mor in Cleveland's 38-14 title triumpl over Los Angeles. Other Browns voted on the AP "dream team" were offensiv tackle Lou Groza, the place-kick ing specialist, and Frank Gatski the indestructable center. Rams named were guard Duan Putnam on the attacking unit, en Andy Robustelli and halfback Wi lard Sherman on the defensiv group. Offensive Lineup Here's how the offensive eleve shapes up: In the line are ends Pete Piho of Philadelphia and Hill, guard Putnam and Jones, tackles Groz and Wightkin and center Gatsk The backfield consists of Olli Matson of the Chicago Cardinals Frank Gifford of the New Yor Giants, Ameche tnd Graham. The defensive team consists o ends Gene Brito of Washington an Robustelli, tackles Art, Donovan o Baltimore and Bob Toneff of Sa Francisco, middle guard George linebackers Joe Schmidt of Detro and Roger Zatkoff of Green Bay backs Bob Dillon of Green Ba and Sherman and safetymen Jac Christiansen of -Detroit and Emle Tunnell of the Giants. Among those receiving honorab] mention was former Kansas Stat star Veryl Switzer for his work a safety. YOU CAN'T STOP THE QUEEN MARY WITH A CLOTHESLINE.', ony mort rim yw can ke*p d Wrnodo from hitting your newt*, lut you cost buy inturonct - It* right kind, in Iht right amount. W«'H b* fMtoadviM. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOMLDG. Montroe Hollam! Hits" Winning Free Throws By El) WILKS The Associated Press Dayton's third-ranked Flyers have themselves a 10-game vinning streak at the moment, but more important, seven-foot 5ill Uhl has shed his sleeping giant role and matured into a ull-fledged Goliath in college basketball. loaches Accent Weighty Defense night. Maryland, playing posses- ion ball, upset seventh-ranked ieorge Washington 66-44. And ightly regarded Spring Hill of Mobile Ala., tumbled previously undefeated and 12th-rahked Memphis State 69-65 with a fantastic ing drive in the title game of he Senior Bowl Tournament at Mobile. Former Chick Elsewhere, Vince Yockel scored 10 points as Clemson defeated Miami (Fla.) 98-96 in the Senior 3owl consolation game. Western Kentucky wiped out a 3-point de- icit and Ohio Xavier's unbeaten record 73-72 with Montroe Holland o r m e r Blytheville Chlckasaw jreat sinking two free throws for .he clincher with less .than 2 min- 3 left to edge the Ohioanc. And Senior Bowl By HOY'T HARWELL MOBILE, Al. , I/B — Coaches Buddy Parker of the North and ?aul Brown of the South today decided which of their players will lave the job of moving the ball in tomorrow's seventh annual Senior Bowl game, /rhe coaches also named tough defenses with the accent weight. Parker, coach of the pro Detroit Lions, said he will alternate Wisconsin's Jim Haluska and Iowa'? Jerry- Reichow at quarterback. Each accounted for more than 1,000 yards this season in the big 10, principally on passes. The south also has fine tossen, in Bob Hardy of Kentuoky, most valuable player in the Blue-Gray game at Montgomery, and George Herring of "Mississippi Southern Hardy will probably do most of the signal calling, with Herring slated for punting du'ty. Brown Names Backs Brown, coach of the pro cham pion Cleveland Browns and a long rival of Parker, named four run jng backs. Alternating at left hal will be Don Mcllhenny of SMU and Fob James of Auburn, the Southeastern Confevence's leading ground gainer. Ed Vereb of Maryland's Orange Bowl team will run out of the othe halfback slot, and Auburn's bruis ing runner, Joe Childress, will bi the fullback. . For the North, Lou Bnldacci o Michigan and Bob Moss of Wes Virginia will be called on'for th v,ide plays. Fullback Bill Mura kowski of Purdue was picked fo the power bursts. Others named to the startini lineups Include: Harold "turnine of Missouri, oJ fensive end and Jim Purey of Kan safl State, linebacker for th North; Bo Bolinger of Oklahoma offensive guard and Henry Moor of Arkansas; linebacker for the South. Fiqhts Lost Niahf By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles — Lou Filippi, 142', Los Angeles, stopped Jimmy Swea 143^, Houston. 6. Tombston Smith. 148','z. Los Angeles, out pointed Woody Winslow, 157'/2 Merced, Calif.', 10. New Brunswick, N. J. — Lo Stanich, 159, Youngstown, Ohio outpointed Monroe Kurtz, 15f Newark. N. J. 8. tall, talented St. Louis breezed past Loyola of New Orleans 110-79. Tulane, led by Cal Qrosscup— naking his first appearance after .vansferring from Purdue — macked Georgia 72-56 in a Southeastern Conference game. Fleck Over Hogan Is 55 Upset By HUGH FULLERTON JR. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The mythical year the Yankees lost the pennant had nothing -on 1955 when it came to surprising sports experts. .Last year was the year Ben Hogan, Notre Dame, the Yankees and the Bears all were beaten. Those four events were the upsets singled out by 179 sports writ ers in the Associated Press yearend poll with Jack Fleck's triumph over Hogan in the playoff for the National Open golf, championship getting the nod as the "upset of the year." He was unknown to most of th» spectators and sportswriters when he shot a birdie on the 72nd hole at Olympic to tie Hogan, who already was receiving congratulations for .winning. But they knew Fleck the next day when he beat Hogan by three tsrokes in the 18- hole playoff for the title. Irish I/oss A SocKer Fleck's victory was picked as the "upset of the year" by 41 of the writers and broadcasters and Southern California's football victory over Notre Dame by 37. That was a shocker, too. Notre Dariie rffld won eight out of nine games and was regarded as one of the nation's topmost college teams going into that final contest of the season. Southern Calif- : ornia had lost four — three in a row to Minnesota, Stanford and UCLA. But the Trojans Just took command and rolled to a decisive 42-20 victory. The Brooklyn Dodgers' triumph over the Yankees — after losing the first two games — took third place in the upset balloting."Then came the Chicago Cardinals 54-14 shellacking o'f the Bears, a setback that cost the Bears a chance for the National Football League's Western Division title. Sugar Ray Robinson's second round knockout of Bobo Olson to regain the middleweight championship was next in line. Jim Tatum Dye At N. Carolina For Talk Today CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (/P'l— Maryland's head football Coach Jim Tatum was to come here today to discuss a similar position at the University of North Carolina. There seemed to be nothing definite about the meeting which was to; be with Chancellor Robert B. House, Athletic Director C. P Erickson and other North Carolina officials. 1 Erickson has been in Miami., with' Tatum, apparently discussing the coaching situation with him. Joins Phillips Motor Co. S. P. Cook Mr. 8. P. Cook wishes to announce that he It now associated Kith Phillips Motor Co. ad car talesman. Mr. Cook Invites you to com* Ylslt him and see Phillip*' new and used can and trucks. Cable's Cities Service S. Division St.—Next to Raxorbuck Phone PO 3-9921 Washing - Lubrication Tire Repair - Accessories ROAD SERVICE Bill and Eugene Cable FARM LOANS Six Star Feature t No brokcrake fees to pay X. No stock to purchase t. An opportunity to establish credit with a large insurance Co. that !• and IIM been for many years a permanent lender in this territory. I. Long time low Intere** rate. 5. 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