"SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1958 BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE * * * * * * * * * * * * . Play Best Game for 2nd Big 8 Victory • __.;. .._t;i TTH T\t\f*An ftrrmc (« for West Is Favored n Tomorrow's Bowl Playing what Coach Jimmy Fisher termed their best game of the season, the Blytheville High Chickasaws racked up their second Big Eight Conference victory last night at Haley Field Gym when they lashed the Trojans of Hot Springs, 69-48. For the Chicks it was their second win in two nights over the same, lanky quintet. And for the second straight night alrnots a full house sat in on the show. Center rFed Hodges played a 'inspired game. He did_eisrythin.. — and well. He turned in a par. ticularly sparkling second quarter as he poured in 14 points, and figured in ,many defensive moves. He totalled 25 for the night, easily the best man in that department. Teammates Freddy Akers, Bobby Jones and Jimmy Bratcher dropped in 10 apiece. Bratcher Shines Bratcher, incidentally, played only a portion of the game. He came off the bench in the latter halt of the game to turn in his top- performance of the season Truly a coach's dream of a fireman. Substitute Slayton also showed well. Hot Springs .bolted Into action for an early lead on Phil Arman's set shot. Jones knotted the count, i. and near the six-minute mark T, Blytheville toolc possession of a i 15-12 score on two quick Jump "' shots from the corner by Billy Daniels. The tall Trojans experimented with an early full-court press but it didn't get them anywhere. They were behind at the end of the first eight minutes 11-14. Hodges went into his act in the next quarter and another eight minutes later the Chicks were almost out of the Trojans' sights fit 24-40 ' • As usual Charles Abbott took over the rebounding chores as he led the hometowners with six, defensively. Bobby Jones took : oll three. Not So RoJfh It was s better game last night than Thursday's brawl. • It was played just as hard and intensively but the unnecessary roughness was missing. , . Thursday, Trojan Oary Creighton was thumbed from the game in a hectic session under the basket but last night he was only charged with two personal fouls. In the first half .the Chicks tried 27 shots, made good on 11. In all they hit 20 of 55 attempts for an approximate 36 per cent average Hot Springs had a 24 per cent average or two percentage points under the previous night's efforts. Coach Nathan McCauley admitted he h«s his troubles with the young, erratic squad but they're destined to give otoer. Big Eight mentors gray hair, too, in future play. Bratcher entered the game early ence." Blytheville now has a 2-3 Big scored their opponents 10-9 The Chickasaws were good on 29 of 39 free pitches. The Trojans missed ten also, tried 28. Coach Fisher was understandably pleased with his athletes' play. "It was their best game," he said. "Our boys are just going to have uuuu uovci ™ -. • •••- t- out-hustle the bigger opposition | day night. There won_t be we're running into in this confer- vars-ty play at Haley Field Gym Eight record. And they're 7-3 for the season. Leachville Next Next conference action is slated for Jan. 20 at Pine Bluff. The Chicks travel to Leachville Tues- any now until El Dorado drops a two-game visit Feb. 9 and 10. The Hot Springs Trojans left for home in automobiles Immediately after the game. In the night's first contest, Coach John Koldus' Improved Papooses whipped Osceola Junior High 33-31. It was the first loss of the season for the junior Seml- noles. The Paps led at intermission 21-13. They moved along to a 12- point advantage but started coasting too soon. Osceola fired back to tie the count but papoose John Cherry looped one in from Uie side as the buzzer sounded, and the Paps had Their second-straight w5T (They belted Poplar Bluff Monday evening.) Dorris scored ten points • but Osceola's weldon led the junior fray with 13. JUNIOR GAME Blytheville Pos. OsceoU Cherry, 8 F .... Weldon, 13 Watson, 7 F .. Gillintine, Dorris, 10 ...... C .... Strange, 10 Smith, 6 G ....'.. Morse, Bounsaville, 2 . G....... Adcock Substitutions: Bly.toe ville — Dash. Osceola — HaU. SENIOR GAME BlythevUle Pos. Hot Sprints Abbott, 6 F .... Arman, 1' Daniels, 8 F ... Stephens, : Hodges, 25 C .... Garner, ' Akers, 10 G ... Rhoden, 17 Jones, 10 '. G ..... Creighton racer in the third quarter and when he hit his second shot he handed his buddies a 23-point lead. Hot Springs never recovered from the shock. .. „. Third quarter score was 59-39. Jones cracked open the last frame with a stolen pass. Like a quarterback he handed off Hodges who, went all the -way. This period was a replica ol Thursday's as the Chicks managed only one field goal in the entire minutes. Still, they out- SURROUNDED - Chickasaw Charles Abbott doesn't let a little thing like a four-man Hot Springs defensive .screen stop him. He somehow manages here to slip in and add two for Blytheville. B lly Daniels is the apprehensive Chick looking on. The Chicks won the Big 8 game at Haley Field Gym last night 69-48. Lange Comes From Behind For Victory On the strength of a torrid fourth period, Lange's basekteers came from behind to defeat the favored Sudbury five, 19-16, in "Y" Grade school play at the Armory yester- dny afternoon. Trailing 16-12 at the close of the third period. J. W. Hall, who had been held to 4 points during the three periods, suddenly got hot ana poured 7 points through the hoop to take top scoring honors for the contest. Lange scored first on John Holland's field goal with the game just seconds old but Nate Austin soon changed that with three quick driv 6-5 at the close of the'first quarter and led 10-7 at the half. In the third quarter, Ban;; Hughes got hot and racked up six points on two Held goals and two free tosses. The fourth quarter proved disastrous for the southslders. They were held scoreless while Lange was rack- '"lach team has a 1-1 record after Substitutions: Blythe ville.— Bratcher, 10,,Slayton, Holt White, Thomas. Hot Springs — Graves, 2, Baltimore, Searcy, Hill Keiser Girls Upset Dyess, Boys Fall KEISER—Reiser's girls and Bur dette's boys emerged victorious from a basketball doubleheader playe here last night. Coach Charles Griffin's Keise girls finished strong to upset Dyes 75-64 in a thrilling first game. I the nightcap Coach John Curlee Burdette Pirates raced past Kei ser's Yellow Jackets easily, 80-51. The girls game was a checkmat practically all the way with th two teams matching point for poin until the waning minute when Ke ser, led by Mattle Smith and Shir ley Spain, broke the game wide open with a blistering field goal barrage; Smith and Dyess' dandy forward Ann Taff staged a personal scoring Porks Flatten Owls, 84-70 LOS ANGELES (AP) — The ixth annual pro bowl football 'ame comes off tomorrow in fembrial Coliseum with the i n e s t professionals in the vorld colliding in the all-star tudded engagement. More than 40,000 fans are xpected to see the long grid eason end. It's the East against the West i the divisional battle and the Vest is a slight favorite to make he count 4-2 since the series wa~ naugurated in 1951. Coach Sid Gillman of the Los Angeles Rams, coaching the Zest nd .big Joe Kuharich of the Wash- ngton Redskins, tutor for the East lave an abundant supply of ma erial. Kuharich will lead off on offense with Adrian Burk Philadelphia a he T-quarterback helni, flante by halfbacks Frank Gifford of the .hews, Pittsburgh, and fullback Curly Morriso of the Cleveland Browns. Gillman's ace, Ram quarterback Norman Van Brocklin, probably vill have his teammate, rookie Bon Waller, at one half, Rick Casare^ of the Chicago Bears at the othei half, with rookie Alan Ameche o Baltimore at fullback. It makes little difference whi itarts the game. Gillman has such other stars as Howie Ferguson Doak Walker, Dick Moegle anc Tank Younger for offensive back field duty; Bill Howton 'and John Soffman to back up Harlon Hi! and Billy Wilson at end. Kuharich has backs Ollie Mat son, Johnny Olszewski, Scoote Scudero and Kyle Rote the latte also available for end, regular end Pete Pihos and Darrell Brewstei The players on the winning team collect $700 apiece the losers S500 The East squad lists seven play ers from the champion Clevelan Browns and Washington Redskins Five from Pittsburgh; and foil from. Philadelphia, Chicago Card nals and New York. The West squad: Los Angele <md the Bears seven apiece; Bait more, Green Bay and Detroit five and San Francisco, three. Harrison Baffles Marked Tree Harrison's senior and junior boj grabbed a pair from Marked Tre on the Harrison floor last nigh Ann Tan staged a personal SCUUHK i The senior score was to-a- duel, 'each getting 35 points. Spain j Long batted in 16 for *he meshed 24 for Keiser and Bonnie ous Dragons, and Marked first round play. Langs Q. Stanley J. W. Hall, 1 L. Small J. Holland, 8 D. Nelson Sudbury B. Hughes (81 B. Roush (2) M. Johnson R. Warrington N. Austin (61 Mills got the other 16. Balch scored 18 and Benton 11 for Dyess. The boys game was all Burdette with the Pirates fast breaking at will to an easy win. Burks got 27 o lead Burdette while Langley garnered 20 and Easley 16. For Kelser Clarence Spain was ilgh with 20 and Jim Mallison and loyoe Smith each got 10. The junior boys fashioned a 48- win as Vernon Edwards hit points. Billy of Marked Tree h The senior score was 48-39. Hu victo Tree Subs: Lange - N. Richardson. Sudbury—B. C. Bayburn. Quick Chlei, a colt owned, by John Froelich of Brookville. N. Y , won 13 of 20 harness races in 1955 and earned $96,397, eight minutes. =u", . ""=•> —• - — • • DonTFmally Do It: Match All-Time Consecutive Wins ™ ™ -- .. .- __ nw o« nn ttiirv fi-po fhrniVR fll Iruiscd Lighthurn Whips Joey Lopes SAN FRANCISCO I* — LUdwIg Lightburn, a lanky boxer from British Honduras, shrugged off a cut inside his left eyelid last night and went on to win a split decision from Joey Lopes of Sacramento, Calif. Lightburn, ranked seventh, weighed 139'/i for his iQ-round nationally televised bout against the loth-ranking man In his division. Lopes weighed 137Vi. bid By ED WILKS Tht AMoolated Pres« • The Dons did it. And they did it big. Top-ranked San Francisco, the best college team in a long, long time, breezed pas Fresno State 69-50 last night to match the all-time major college consecutive victory record of 39 games. 'Now the Dons have a vacation before making against California Jan. 2« to become, the wmnlngest team ever Long Island Univers! y set the record 19- years ago, rolling along unbeaten from the 1935 season until knocked off by Stanford two years later. Seton Hall Is the only other major club to win 3» -in a row The Pirates did it in 1»3>-41 with LIU finally, stopping them. All-America Bill Russell, the Dona' 6-10 ace, topped the scoring against Frrsno State with 22 points, showing little effects of a cold that put him In bed Thursday. Russel! ploying less than half the game as Coach Phil Woolpert substituted freely and used his entire 15-man traveling squad. Elsewhere, it was a night of upsets, big scares and heavy use of the controversial - ie defense. North Carolina, ranked No. 9, got 30 points from Lennie Rosenbluth and needed 'em all after blowing a 16-point halftime lead to outlast South Carolina, 75-73 and gain a share of the Atlantic Coast Conference lead with Duke. Virginia Tech, a real sleeper with a 5-6 mark, upended 14th- ranked George Washington 63-61 as Bill Matthews hit 21 points and tapped In a closing-second field goal. Tech hit an amazing 60 per cent of Its field shots, but trailed in field goals 24-23, West Virginia, despite Hot Rod Hundley's 28 points, just did get past Penn.State 81-79. in the Ivy League, Harvard stunned Penn 86-78 as Ike Canty canned 26 points and ?hil Haughey 25 to outweight the 31 Joe Sturgis hit for Penn. . Florida defeated Miami (Fla) 87-85 on two free throws and a field goal by Cnpt. Ted Copeland in the last 42 seconds. And Florida State, down 13 points, rode behinc Jimmy Oler's 28 points to bea' Georgia 79-76. Utah State upset Wyoming 63-61 In a Skyline Conference game while Brigham Young rallied In the second half to whip Colorado A&M 61-94. UCLA remained unbeaten atop the Pacific Coast Conference race defeating Washington State 86-72 Oregon nipped Oregon State 68-47. In other games, Cornell bea Brown 74-56 in an Ivy contest; Ml ami (Ohio) walloped Western Michigan 80-66 in the Mld-Ameri can Conference; Arizona beat Wes Texas State 69-64 and New Mexioc A&M defeated Hardln-Simmons 56 43 in the Border Conference; Hof stra beat Kings Point 75-70 In over time; Woffprd defeated The Clta del 81-61, and Seattle beat Portland HAMBURGERS For your protection, our Hamburger Patties we prepared and delivered frozen by a nationally known government Inspected meat packing plant. A warm well-Masoned bun enhance* the whole•onto deUcionaneaa of thii pure hamburger. KREAM KASTLE Walnut * Division Phone 3-8»61 DRIVE-IN will Cheet bo By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two weeks ago, the Arkansas Razorbacks couldn't buy heir way into a first class basketball game, but today those ame Porkers stack up as a serious contender for the South- est Conference championship. Countinuing the biggest switch in rm since Christine Jorgenson, e Ra»rhacks last night flattened e once-feared Bice Owls 84-10, nd they had an easy time doing The Porkers had eight points here Rice could find its basket, je Owls then rallied to cut the rkansas lead to 8-6, but from Arkansas 1 game forgotten, Rice here on it was 11 the way. In case you've Golf Circus ?aced By Souchak By CHBIS EDMONDS PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. IB — iltke Souchak was cracking the vhip in Bing Crosby's National =ro-Amateur golf circus today, but emi-retired Ben Hogan. and Mem- rfpntKt Dr CaTV MiddlBCOff is the team which won 10 games in, a row before losing twice to Southern Methodist, the favorite in the conference race. The defeat they suffered last night was their third of the season. Butler Is Hero play without * defeat and its fourth The victory was Arkansas' third straight; its third in conference in the last five games. However, because at the Hogs' 7-game losing streak to start the season their record is only 4-8. Pete Butler, the big junior cen last nipht'g hprn and hi College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Harvard 86, Pennsylvania 74 Cornell 74, Brown W Colgate 66, Buffalo Unlv M LaSaile 11, Syracuse 64 St. Josephs (Pa.) 75, Manhatto 74 (two overtimes) Virginia Tech 63, Qeorg* Wtib- ington 61 North Carolina 76, South CMt* Una 73 Quantico Marinas M, Wm. • Mary 85 Florida 87, Miami (Fla.) 8» Wofford 81, The Citadel M Florida State 79, Georgia 78 Bethel (Kan.) 80, MoPherson 41 Springfield (Mo.) M, Arkansw Tech 62 Phillips Univ. 81, NorttaeMbtm Okla. 64 . - . Iowa Tchrs. 81, South Dakota.!! Missouri Valley 57, Tarttto 41 Bethany (Kan.) 65, Baker (Kan.) Concordia (St. Louis) 80, Central (Mo.) 58 _ accurate shooting from the foul line may well have been the difference between the two teams. Butler sank 15 of 16 foul shots, and added three baskets from the floor to tally 21 points, high highest for the season. Rice shaded Arkansas from the field, hitting 25 of 71 shots to 26 of 77 for the Razorbacks. But with Butler showing the way, Arkansas cashed 32 of 43 free throws against only 20 of 27 for Bice. The Razorbacks played their tight zone defense beautifully to quell Rice's dangerous offense. Temple Tucker, the 6-10 Rice cen- dentist Dr oary Miaaiecuu ACHING ^u^n^i, "«- ~ *« --— — haneine tiKht in the co-favor- ter broke through for 20 points, hanging tignt m me ^ ^^ of ^ ^^ RM ^^ Kansas limited Joe Durrenberger, came on tip ins. By contrast, Arth other, but shorter, Rice sharp te roles. Souchak, the ex-Duke University ootball player, rode a string of six birdies- and an eagle to an eight- under-par 64 in yesterday's open- ng round of the $15,000 tournament being played on two of the hree courses which crowd the Monterey Peninsula. Tomorrow's inals, involving the 60 low scorers, will be played on the third ayout at Pebble Beach. The 33-31—64 Souchak fashioned yesterday was on the .Monterey Peninsula course, which is considered three strokes easier than he Cypress Point fairways over which both Hogan and Middlecoff played. Thnt means big Mike moved over today to the Pacific Ocean-hugging course while his two foes tackled the inland links. Middlecoff carded a 32-34—«6 md Hogan a 35-32—81 at Cypress, which plays 37-35—72. Actually, though, they were running third and fourth in the race for the money behind Mike Fetchik, young Yonkers, N.Y., pro who t uuo *—" v— ____ Brown was good with 17. Harrison's next game Jan. when they tackle High of WhltehaVen, Term., boys and girls. Harrison's „ with Newport scheduled for Tue day has been scratched. Double A Ace Looks Good COLUMBUS, Ohio W — Baseball men are high on a 21-year-old pitcher who was named rookie of the year in the AA Southern Assn. He's Ralph Maurieilo, a New York City native who lives in Hollywood, Calif. Maurieilo had an 18-8 record for Mobile and his 2.76 earned run record was the best in the circuit. He completed 13 of 34 starts, had 159 strikeouts and 132 walks in 215 innings. He probably will pitch for Montreal or St. Paul in 1956. trailed Souchak by only one stroke with a 33-32—65 at Monterey. He, too, was firing today at Cypress Both courses play at par 72,.but experts figure the Monterey layout which is some 100 yards shorter by far the easier of the two. Hogan, who Insists he has retired from competitive golf and Is playing this tournament only for fun was paired with Crosby They led the best ball field with a slim 31-29—60. Crosby's seven handicap was tne exact margin the pair chopped off Hogan's total score. The movie crooner, who pays the relght for the carnival, contrib- ted an eagle on the round. Hogan's card showed six bird- es.' He had a bogey on the 436- ard IHh hole when he missed a 0-inch putt. shooter, to 12. All Five Hit Although Butler was the leading scorer, the victory was the result of the ability, of Arkansas' firsl five shooters to hit from the field, especially from the outside wheri their lack of height doesn't mat ter so much. Manuel Whitley. the team's leading scorer who still is hampered by a back injury, go 14 points; Jerald Barr.ett sank 13 Terry Day got 12 and Buddy Smith netted 11 for a total of 71—42 o them on field goals. While "those figures are impres sive, they also reveal the lack depth -on the Arkansas team Coach Qlen Rose used five othe men. who scored only 13 points. All in all, it was a great nigh for the Kazorbacks. The victor was their first in four games I the new field house, ind it cam on the night that the arena wa dedicated. The game also dre 5,648 paid customers, the blgges crowd ever to witness a haske Osceola Scores 27 Points in First- Quarter, Tramples West Memphis OSCEOLA — Coach Austin Banner's Osceola Seminoles scored 27 points In the first quarter here last night and then went on to smother Holland! Carves Twin Wins HOLLAND— Holland Lions. took a win bill from Deering here last night. Holland won the A game 7054 after taking a 58-54 victory In the B game. Kenley spearheaded Holland's at,ck with 32. Lance made 19 For Deering. Holland had a 28-23 half- ;ime lead. A Game Pos. Deering . P ...... Lance. 19 P ........ Callis, 6 C ........ Riggs, 6 O ........ Tador, 4 Q ...Poindexter. 11 West Memphis' Blue Devils 74-40. In a preliminary contest, the Seminoles' B team outlasted West Memphis' reserves to nudge out a «-45 win. The Seminolej got a-point performances from -Richard I,ucas, their big pivot man and -Beeves, a guard as they burned the new at a rapid clip. And they played & strong floor game, keeping the Devils' offense well bottled up aU the way. Kenton paced the victors with 23 pointe. The B game was close all the way with Osceola.«wtnt it up with a BIG 8 RESULTS Blytheville », Pine Bluff 46 North Little Rock 7«, Pine Bluff last minute splurge. Mann got 1! Osceola Bobbins Hulaey 3 Dye 10 Mann 19 Btovall 10 points" "to" lead' Osceola and Pole" scored 16 lor West Memphis. B GAME Pos. West Mempfcli p 16 Foler F 11 Butlel C 2 Davl G' 2 Lamber G McBean Substitutions: Osceola—Young 4 Maloch. West Memphis—B. Darts 10, Carrot 4. A GAME Osceola P»s. West Memphi Wells a F 23 Kentoi Hill 10 ' P 6 Bowen tucas 22 0 4 Coburn Hopkins 12 G 2 Leigh B*eves S3 O - 2 Martin Substitutions: Osceola — Reece Oentry 3. West Memphis — Hicks Lambert, Foley 3, Easley. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, JOB. 16 8:15 p.m. Adulti 50c — Childrtn 15e 6-MAN TAG MATCH Prinei Omar, Danny Duiek ana the Mad Mtxican y —Vi.— JM McCarthy, Luk« Fi«l<h and Jack Welch 90'Minute Time Limit — Bent 2 out of 8 Palto Also 3 1-Foll Matches M Minute Tim* Limit McCarthy v«. Duitk Welch vi. Omar ' Mexican vt. Fitldi ball game In Arkansas. Shoats In Romp Arkansas Freshmen registered run-away 77-49 victory over Litt Rock Junior College in a prelim nary bout. Jim Gattls,.the forme Fort Smith High School sta polled 26 points for the Shoats. While the Hogs -were manna dling the Owls, the Texas Aggie squeezed by Texas 75-74. In the remaining game of th week, Texas Christian entertain Baylor at Fort Worth tonight. The Aggies won their secoi conference victory In four star with a driving offense and an e fective zone defense. The Cade led during the last 35 minutes the game, beating off a Longhor rally in the fading moments, was the fourth straight conferem loss for Texns. Raymond Downs, the Longho sharpshooter, was high man wi 24 points. Sophomore Frltzie Co nally got 20 for the Aggies. Wrong-way String Ends Holland Kei)ley,'32 Smith, 10 James, 17 Jackson, 8 . oua. kla. 75 (overtime) Southwestern Okla. 8», aptist 70 _^ .Jouth Dakota State 7«, Nor* akota 64 Drury 65, Westminster (Mo.) 57 Arkansas 84, Rice '70 Texas A&M 75. Texas 1* . Arizona 69, West Texas 64 New Mexico A&M 56, Hardln- immons' 43 College 01 Ozarks 84, Ouachlta 74 Henderson 83, Arkansas Stat« chrs. 73 San Francisco 68, Fresno Stato Oregon 63, California 63 Utah State 63, Wyoming 81 Brigham Young 61, Colorado &M 49 UCLA 86, Washington State 7J Southern California 58, Oregon tate 47 Stanford 77, Idaho;'80 Seattle 88, Portland UniY. 77 Gonzaga 70, Montana State 88 6-Man Bout Booked For legion Ring Six man tag wrestling returra to Memorial Auditorium ring Monday night to headline the American legion's weekly wrestling show. Thre rough and tumble artists, Danny Dusek, Prince Omar and Chico (the Mad Mexican) Coral, will combine their talents to com* pose one_of the two teams. Opposingf them will be thrt* brawny fellows from the .scientific school. Joe McCarthy, a hold over from last Monday night's card, will bring along Luke IteWa and Jw* Welch as his partners. Monday'night's card is expected to be a wild affair with Omar and Cortez furnishing most of the excitement. Both are well known for their "anytnlng-goes" ring antics which keep them constantly In trouble. Fields, Welch'and McCarthy are all very capable grapplers who depend mainly upon their wrestling know-how to see them, through but who can mix it up when the occasion arises. Three one-fall preliminary bouti are also on the card with McCarthy meeting Dusek, Fields taking on Cortez and Welch going against Omar. No More Friday 13th Tilts for These Teams BURNS, Kan. WI — Whitewater and' Burns high schools probably hope they won't have to play an- S? 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