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r ACS TWELVB BLYTHEVn.LB (ARK.V COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 1ft. Nation's Top Teams Getting Their Lumps Early This Year Boxing Briefs Courchesne Meet Bf El) CORR1GAK Th« Associated Press, The show is just starting, folks, but for most of the nation's college football teams it ended almost before it began. Bowl, of course, but it is eliminated from consideration for the national crown because of its defeat by Maryland two weeks ago. Washington Surprises L The big boy on tbe Coit.sl right j now is Washington, \Vhich has won i four games without a defeat, in- Pe-haos ei»hl teams still were ini eluding, a stunning 7-0 conquest the rumine for the mvthical na-l Saturday over Southern California Uonal championship tatay with .he - the club that was suppled to season only one third completed, give UCLA a battle foi the title. Tills is the earliest mass exodus -n^ Huskies still must meet Jrom contention In years. j uCI.A Nov. 12. That one could For the likes of Army and UCLA.j settle the Hose Bowl question. whipped the Cadets. Furthermore, there was suspicion that if Army was m Ma No behind. i in the As:-,ou:.u- viu-d t'« Piv.vs no!!, .aid Duke, the two ui '.lu 1 A'.lantic Coasl don't meet. Both would lik<> to utM to the Orange Bowl NI.-W Yi':n-'< Day, and if they butii co und'Mf-a'cd. the conierencc no •> •.tin by vote. Mary-" would <;ct the bid ed tin 1 re last Jan. .till can win the Pacific Coast Oon-| five_ ^uns^ hetoie ^J^ After Neor Miss Razorbacks Set Sights For Steers to a bowl game, il would lollmv In 1 !]. Navy's lead and acrept. The Wi^i Cor. Point brass had high hop<'.* lor this club. The most distri-.-,. '.K fact, from tile Army Vk-u'pomt. is that the .u>-.mi riici I'vrr. ;hl!K ;o help Michigan by (uir.bhilg mnf tinier. Kramer Hurt Ron Kramer. Mlchig ui'> iop r:u:. «ot bruised in the Army ^.mi' 1 -i^t: won't plai' against Nonhwe.-U'ni. this Saturday and he'll be m:-.-ed.; Luckily, Northwestern is riboui liv.' weakest team on the remainder 01 the schedule for Michigan, rated as the outfit to bent In the Bis. Ten. Besides Washington and Mli'h.i- gan, the teams still in the ninnili 1 -'. for the national c-rown include. Navy. Notre Dame. Oklahoma, Maryland. Duke and Georgia Tech/ Navy and Notre Dame share one distinction. They are the only I ^ , f* * I major teams in the land that I f\llfif\f llflH haven't been scored on. The ili(i -. l*yU| 1VI VI IU dies — pending the clash aaamsi " Army Nov. 26 — nailed down the - _. Eastern title with their 21-0 vie- [i:-!._.,_ \LjM.. torv over Pitt Saturday. K f R^H SHOW I Notre Dame, of course, now is! I IVllVlrf ^IIWII very much in contention. Its 14-0 | victory over Miami — a 'earn that- f* I I" had been pointing: for the game for. I I3CC1/ rATHI two seasons -"proved that. And V*IQjjf I VI HI quarterback Paul Horniing .can, ' 'I'HK ASSOCIATION I'KIOSS ny Cotircliesne. a 20-year- it'ailierweifiht comer from .-:e. Mass , and Lulu Pere^. '. t'ur-oM on the comeback clash in a H'levision 10:•}• iI)uinullt-TV. 8 P M., ,r. Neu York's St. Nicholas ciie.^ne's rei ord is 3t>-3-- with :)rk(Hi:s. Perez' record is 31!- 'GET LOST!' . i;:;-;.u middleweight contender ; YonkETs. N. Y., takes en AI fC'.v^. Sunei ior. W 1 . 1 ;., in ihe V.'i'ciJie.^aiu ni^hi ntdio-TV bout lAHC. 8 p.m.. CST) out of the Dm- ::er Key Auditorium in Miami. Al- ihi<:iuii ihoir records .ire ahuosi .-.;;ial:ir. Jor.es fiuure.s to have too jsii:.,.•!'. of everything for the mid-j •.V!- '.--.'iiier. ; A rnunle 01' >uui!'-: middk'vvi-iuins' v. .-.h ir.ode-u '.vinmi'.ii streaks andj ; /(.-.- ; ; for autumn. Ray Drake of: Ne\v York and Tony Balcioni 01 j \Viikes-Barre. Pa., collide in the| Friday TV-radio fight (NBC, 8 j n :P... CST* at the War Memorial! Audi'or in ii! in Syracuse, N. Y. I Drake 121-4 i has won five ^raiglu. Baldoni. an ex-marine, has swept ri^hf- in a row. His record is 16-3- l." Prospects Good For 2 Pro Golf Loops in 1956 BALTIMORE '.'P< -- There's FAYETTEVILLE. Ark. (AP) — The University of Arkan- u . sas Razorbacks now virtually eliminated from the Southwest muc i, ,;oid in the golf hills and so Conference race by Saturday night's 25-20 loss to Baylor, many players eager to mine_it that started to work toward the.Texas game today — and pass defense is certain to be the main point of practice. Some biff holes in the Porkers' pass defense were bared in the loss to Baylor, and they may see even more passes in the Texas at Little Rock. As in the loss to Texas Christian University, the Razorbacks fell behind because of a pass interception. However, this time they almost caught up with an amazing comeback in the fourth quarter after they had fallen behind by 25-6. The Porkers were driving from the Baylor 15 yard line when time ran out. The Razorback ofrenae luoknd better in the final quarter than it has fit any time this season. "The trouble is . . .one thing goes up a little, mid .somutliinK el.se fulls down," -said Coach Jack Mitchell. Bears gained th« lend on a long puss interception return by Reuben Miami University of Oxford, Ohio, and Northwestern will meet in handle himself with the best". ' i YOU just about had to pick the loolbail for the first time Uiis sea- 2S-Game String \ exact .4,-e of the Mississippi-Van-, s°n on he latter s field on Sept. 34. Oklahoma ran its winning strenkj derbilt ganie 10 win in this week's : to 22 games Saturday by downing i courier News football prediction Texas 20-0. The Sooners have left contest. There weren't any perfect en, tries, [hough there were four ties I on correci picks, all missing only j two games. And there were nine I who missed only three. Winner wus Carrol! Blakemore. I 1141 Hearn Siretn. Blytheville, who missed only two 14times and picked the Ole Miss-Vamlerbilt game <it 20-7 which is exactly the right point .spread as the game ended 13-0 in favor of Ole Miss. BUikemorc missed the Kentucky- Auburn tie and the Kaiser-Marion two" professional tournament cir- game. cults may be set up next season. Three others missing oruy two says a PGA official. were Bill Zook of Reiser. C. R. Ray O'Brien, tournament director! Wesley. 1:213 Country Club Drive. 'Retired'OttoLeads Browns to Victory The champion Cleveland Browns, who are finding it tough going in the National Football League this season, can be mighty thankful for their powers of persuasion that enticed Otto Graham out of retirement for another year. I the San Franrusco 49ers scored J Jack Fleck. U.S. Open golf cham- I 20-13 triumph over the Bears; and 1 pion. rode a bus to the Texas Open. i the Cardinals nuns a 24-10 defeat, his firs;, professional lournameni., on the Redskins, fheir first. ' in 1940. He failed to qualify. for the Professional Golfers' Assn.. Sange, hefty Baylor fullback. He j said yesterday about 40 more spon- scor^d from the , after setting up sors^for tourna.^jts are available. to[ t)ijs seasolli " s . lit j o'Brirn. re- ferri.iB to the Eastern pen which Oerald Ncsbitt. cnmn right back] ended here yesterday. "And e>cn to drive 66 yards tor the tying i that'is too mam. touchdown. I "We also have nearly DOO taui.s the play. The Arkansas second unit, led by Don Christian, Don Horton and Baylor went ahead 13-6 before the half when Bobby Jones fooled the Hogs by faking to two backs going into the line. Then he threw a pass good for 41 yards and a touchdown to Dick Baker, who had sneaked behind the Arkansas defenders. Another shurpshuolmg Baylor i passer. Kenneih Helms, led Bay-" lor's third touchdown drive in the third quarter. The Bears. scorec" registered to play the circuit, and 1 don't .see how we can handle them all. We are going to have to do something nhout it like maybe ; Oklahoma setting up two circuits." Zaharias Returns To Links, Fires 40 Blytheville, and Elizabeth Hol steud. 1137 West Ash, Blytheville. The nine who missed only three were Hobitrth Halstead. Manny Weekman. Dean Dousherty, Doyle Henderson, G. H .Halstesid, all n' Blytheville, Wallace Jackson. VICKI Richardson, and Roy Richardson, ;tll of Osceola, and Forrest Cole ol Luxora. Here are the winners: Mississippi. Michigan. B.iylor. A. and M.. Blytheville. Navy, Notre Dame. SMU, Kentucky-Auburn tie. Mi.-sls- Mppi State. TCU. Georgia. UCLA. Osceola. Ohio State. Burdette. Wisconsin. Georgia Tech. M.iry!;ind, Marion, Minnesota, Prin low :i. Graham, who had planned to retire this year after leading the Browns to nine straight division titles, sparked an 87-yard touchdown march in the final minutes yesterday to defeat Philadelphia's Falcons Eye Rams After First Victory DENVER '.4'—The Air Force Aca- ,demy, its foovbtill ir.au^ural a beam- | int; .success, aims its gridiron guns at" the Colorado A.VM frosh next Saturday. The Falcons cast a victory mold ;ii emphatic fa.shion iiust Saturday with a 34-18 thumping or the Uni- iiii"d 'versity of Den\er freshmen before 1 7.7,785 fans. touted Eagles 21-17. .The victory gave Cleveland a 2-1 record and raised them to a four- way tie for first place in the Eastern Division with Washington, Pittsburgh and the surprising Chicago Cardinals. In a radical shift of the balance of power in the Western Division, Los Angeles shares the lead with the frisky Baltimore Colts by virtue of a 17-10 decision over the winless Detroit Lions. The defending Western titlists now occupy the cellar with the Chicago Bears. Baltimore defeated Green Bay's Packers 24-20 Saturday-night and,_ like the Rams, sports a spotless! 3-0 record. In yesterday's other action, the Pitst burgh Steelera handed the disappointing New York Giants their third straight defeat 30-23; *********** Styled for Inspection Built for Service "I do know Hint we're tired of (once more in the final period after j ^.^ vecovoriiiR from a .second at- TAMPA, Fhi.. getting beat," he said.. We've lost two; we want to win one." Mitchell said that the games •with Texas Christian and Baylor have proved to him that his boys are.ns tough as the Texas teams. "We were physically ready to play another quarter at full speed. We're behind in finesse and poise during the change over—but we're going to catch up," he said. Although the Porkers outplayed the Bears m the first quarter, the covering a Razorback fumbli Then came the swift comeback of. Arkansanti. Here's what Ihe Porkers accomplished in I lie la.st quarter: they spurted SO yards for a touchdown, intercepted it pass deep in Baylor territory and converted it into another score and then raced B5 ynrcl.s m the lasl two minutes before time ran out. "The good thing is that—even lifter their monlnl lapses — they don't quit," Mitchell said. tack of cancer, felt so pond tlif doctor told her to get ereUi; she played nine Rolf. The Babe, named woman athleii 1 ,)f the half century, played with her friend Betty Dodd and shot a •10 yesterday. Betty had a 38. Mrs. Znhfirins had putted » utU" but it was the first she had taken to Ihe links after her recent operation She rode over the nine holes in an electric cart. Full Conference Slate In Southwest This Week The SoulhueM Conforon lers all-oui championship pl;iy Texas Christian headlines Ihe By THE ASSOCIATKD I'KKSS re its chosi puffed out over a fine inter-scclional record, en jhis \\vrk and the fight of the Texas Aggies against mighty! football schedule. I While th^ fennires the week 1 .-; schedule, two other ^onfert'iici 1 ' gamrs ui imporliiiR'C ure cum nit. up Saturday. Run-, unbeaten but oiict>tic(i, ,tnu Southern Metlmdisi. 1 whu'h fiiiitlly v/un one la.st week,; t/ct to^crhrr ;it Ditlhiy in a mi-iiit! game thai Will srrye :is tin: iron-. fercncp opener for both. At Little Rnck Texns, WUHIL-I- on only out- of tour in the prartict'j grind. cl;«sht;.s \vuli do^K'-d Arkun-i sas. It menas only a little to thf Razorback.s-, v,ho ulreittly huve lust. two conleroncc game.s aud can he coiiMtlerod t'liminiited from the ]•;!(.'(•, hut it's a bitf one for Tcxus. Tlie Lonuhorn.s will bo inn king; their Nlart in the title drive. I As the field swings into full eon-] toronoe iiction, Baylor will h« returning (o iiUer.scctioiiitl strife. The Hnlrlon Hf-ar.s. loRtM 1 ? only to miuhty Miiryhiiid this season, tourney 10 Seattle for a crack nt. Hie .sensation ot the ^y^^sl const. WnMuiiLiioii. It. was Washington ih:U whipped Southern California in a decided upset hut week. .Southern Cal trimmed Texas, 19-7 uvn wt?ek> fK',o. . SWC H:is (iuoil U't-nk 'I'iii; lennue really \\ r ent to town \ inlerheciioiiiilly las! week, winning! lour of five y,aine:, against outside! IOPS to briny the seiMun rt-i'uid to II victories. 6 losses and 1 tie- Southern Methodist beat Missouri 13-6 for the Methodists' first victory m three starts. A&M vnUuprd Nebraska 27-0. Rice toppled Clemson from the unbeaten ranks -1-7 and Texas Christian slammed Ala- bnmti '21-0. In the only conference game played. Baylor outlasted Arkansas H5-:!0. It was the Bears' first game counting- in the championship standings. Jim Swlnk. 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