The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1956 · Page 6
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TAGSIIX BLTTHBV1LLB (ABK.) COURIER NEW* fm-'J By BEN OLAN j The Annotated P«so North Carolina pulled off one of the year|s biggest basketball upsets last night. The Tarheels, using only one substitute—and he didn't score- gained sweet revenge by whipping .tird-ranked North Carolina State 73-69. The Wolfpack had walloped North Carolina 82-60 in the finals of the Dixie Classic last month. The Tarheels now have a 1S-2 record for the year and their SKI LINE Wh -the snow-covered Bavarian Alps as a back- atop, Oliif Bjoernstad, the Norwegian, makes like an eagle in a jumping contest at Garmisch, Germany. Tarheels Pull Upset , . . . • * • • ••'*..*.•*' Defeat North Carolina State 73-69 THURSDAY, JANUARY ItUy PREVIEW league-leading Atlantic Coast Con- Jerence mark is 8-1. Coach Frank McGulre's lads were No. S In the latest Associated Press poll. . Dayton, the nation's second- ranked team behind San Francisco, continued unbeaten by walloping Villanova 71-50 for its 13th victory ol the campaign. In other games, Louisville, No. 10, dumped Memphis State 85-75. St Louis beat DePaul 89-71. West Virginia defeated Pitt 84-70. Georgia Tech knocked over Purman 8575 despite Darrell Floyd's 38 points. And Columbia trampled Y»l« 80-54 in an Ivy League tilt. Lennie Boseubluth, North Carolina's sharp-shooting junior, led his team with 23 points although high man for the night was State's Ron Shavlik with 26. The Wolfpack, who are 12-2 for the season, almost tied the game in the closing seconds but Carolina's Jerry Vayda deflected hard-charging Vic Molodet's driving layup shot which would have made it 71-71. Midyear eaminations will leave first place in the ACC unchanged until Feb.' 4 when the Tarheels take on Duke's Blue Devils, who are Seven y\r/cansas Grid Men Drafted by Pros LOS ANGELES (AJP) — Seven Arkansas football players, including one who played his college ball at Abilene Christian in Texas, were taken by professional teams in the National Football League's annual draft, which ended last night. Selected in the last 10 rounds .of the draft were fullback Gerald Nesbitt, tackle-Bill Fuller and Halfback Buddy Bob Benson _ of the University of Arkansas, and Paul Goad, former Little Rock High School star who played at Abilene Christian. -. Nesbitt, a junior who has another year of elgibility at Arkansas, and Fuller were drafted by the New York Oiants, coached by Jim Lee Howell, a former Razor back athletic star. 49'en Get Goad The Pittsburgh Steelers'took the speedy Benson and the San -Francisco 49ers got Goad, also a h: " back. Earlier in the draft the Chicago Cardinals selected Tommy Spiers, the passing master ,whd directed Arkansas State College's attack last-year, spiers, of Osceola, will give the Cards''two Arkaosans at quarterback. Lamar McHan, former university -great, has been the team's regular signal ,caller for the past two seasons. In the first two rounds of In the first two rounds of the garne played before the firs draft, held last November by the thevtlle-Hot Springs game NFL in an attempt to get the jump we ekend. Orr TKO's Liles of Parkin As Osceola Tourney Opens OSCEOLA — Ten sizzling TKO's, one KO and 11 other action-packed bouts sparked the action last night here, as the annual Northeast Arkansas Golden Gloves tournament got underway.'More of the same, 23 bouts in all, are set again for tonight. Tonight's B Game Cancelled Because of slick, snow- packed highways, tonight's basketball game between the Blytheville High B team and Dyess has been cancelled. The game will be re-scheduled, according to Head Basketball Coach Jimmy Fisher. Last time out, Coach Hank Prince's B's. trimmed Burdette's, varsity M-53. This wa«, the fine game played before the first Bly- runners-up with 6-1. Dayton's Flyers had some trouble .from Villanova's zone defense early in their game, but they forged ahead 13-12 and never were headed. Bill Uhl of Dayton paced the scorers with 19 points. Louisville had to come from behind to pick up its 14th victory in 15 games. Trailing 21-13, Louisville capitalized on its superior : heght and a series of field goals by Charley Tyra. Jim Morgan and Herb Harrah to forge ahead 47-41 at the half. Grady Smith was the big gun as St. Louis grabbed a 22-2 lead over DePaul and breezed in. lie wound up with 29 points.. Bears and Rice Despite the bad weather, a very fine crowd was oh hand, both fans and participants. The outstanding bout last night, observers felt, was a slamming hrowl in the lightheavy class that law Francis Orr of Lepanto TKO Parkin's Jack Liles in the third round. The scrapping starts again tonight at eight o'clock. What should be a thriller pits Dwayne Bailey of Leachville against Keiser's Royce Smith. Both boys are lightweights. Another good attraction has Dan Sisco of Reiser trading blows with Osceola's Jerry Spencer and K. Huddleston of Lepanto against Darey Marcellini who hails from Parkin. The tournament will run through Saturday night. Following is the complete .tabulation of last night's card. 60-70 Ibs.—Eddie Brawley (Parkin) decisioned Steve Black (Dyess): Charles Turner (Dyess) decisioned Jerry Smith (Lepanto). 70-80 Ibs.—Don Brawley (Parkin) deeisloned Floyd Peters (Dyess); Paul Hunkapiller (Reiser) TKO'd Johnny Fxeeman (Osceola) in 2; Monty Brittan (Keiser) TKO'd Owen Jones (Lepanto) 2. 80-92 Ibs.—Jacks' Scott (Parkin) TKO'd Billy Baughn (Osceola) 2; Harry Lills (Keiser) 2nd round KO over Danny Bringle (Osceola): John Larey iMissco) decisioned James Peters (Dyess); Jess Kellms (Caraway) decisioned Dicky Wilson (Reiser!. 92-104 Ibs.—Raymond Stanflell (Osceola) TKO'ed Jerry Hedge (Leachville) 2; Bobby Richardson (Parkin) decisioiied George Gray (Osceola); Charlie Johnson (Leachville) decistoned Rubin Colbert (Caraway); G. Vf. Grain (Parkin) TKO'd Gaylord Davis (Leachville) 3. Bantamweight — George Butler (Dyess) decisioned Jerry Wright : (Parkin). Featherweight—Jimmy Neal (Lepanto) decisioned Ray Wilson (Keiter); Jerry Stilwell (Osceolai TKO'd Spartans 7 No. 14 Rough on Uclans PASADENA, Calif. — (NEA) — H Michigan State should meet UCL.A again in the Rose Bowl, Red Sanders no doubt will prepare for the game by dressing all tackling dummies in a number 14 Spartan persey. IB both of Xast Lansing's Pasa- 4tn* appearances against the TJcltnt, the wearer of this numeral ltd the Spartans' comeback surge tr victory. On each occasion, the wearer of number 14 was the right halfback ipoted the game's most valuable Blayvr — Billy Wells In 1954 and Wail Kowilctyk In 'St.. Jerry Chaple (Dyess) 2; Herbert Todd (Parkin) winner on default. Lightweight—T. Huddleston (Lepanto) TKO over Russell Smith (Tyronza) 1; James Bowman (Dyess) decisioned Billy Peterson (Blytheville); Charles Terry (Keiser) Bitty Lrttf* Doggie i DCVJCRNESa. Fl«. tfl — Leonurd •vrttt U sorry he took his dog tlnnt on a hunting trip. When the e>f i Jumped from the car he kMt**d a platol to the ground and ~ «ilf*<l It •w«ll suffered a leg Mtwvrtr, th» dog helped to to); Koyce arnnn reiser) in.uu fullback he ever saw, ana sam Bobby Scott (Parkin) 2; Dwayne Browni a very shifty and elusive Bailey (Leachville) decisioned Ron- halfback. A spokesman for the decisioned Donald Knapp (Lepan); Royce Smith (Keiser) TKO'd on Canadian clubs in the hunt for top talent, tht Giants took fullback Browns selected halfback Preston Carpenter. Both Moore and Carpenter represented Arkansas last year on the All-Southwest Confer- ecne team. LOS ANGELES (ft— National Football League coaches and executives have tapped the college ranks for 360 players, most of them eligible for service next fall, and some for delivery in 1957. The UCLA Bruins, who finished second in the Rose Bowl thriller to Michigan State, topped the colleges with 11 players drafted, but three of their top stars, fullback Bob Davenport, end Rommie Loudd, and fullback Doug Pers, have indicated a preference for the Canadian League. Best Fullback Cleveland Browns drafted Davenport, described by Coach Red Sanders as the best college fullback he ever saw, and Sam ald Harris (Parkin). tlghtheavy— Francis Orr (Lepanto) TKO'd Jack Liles (Parkin) 3.. Eyes Front for Vonderbilr Tags GLYNDOff, Md. — (NEA) — Alfred G. Vanderbilt has come up with another good batch of names for two-year-olds. Eigtheen include Age of Consent (My Request-Novice), Eyes Front (General Staff-Pretty One), Front Pew (Occupy-Good Example), Salad Days (Discovery-Buffet Supper) and Ticket (Count Speed-Not That. Vanderbilt is a master of figuring out names which clevery suggest each horse's sire and dam. He bred and owns Social Outcast (Shut out-Pansy). He named First Glance and Facts of Life (Discovery-Bride Elect), Bed o 1 Roses (Rosemount-Good Thing), Native Dancer (Polynesian-Geisha) and Sitting Duck (Devil Diver-Balker). SQUASHED IN — Hashim Khan, left, closes in on younger brother Azam to get off a "shot during the United States Squash Racquets Singles Championship at New York. Hashim, 41, defeated his 29-year-old brother in the til-Pakistani final. SPEED • SAFETY ' DEPENDABILITY G. L. Smytht, Central Agtnt 601 So. Elm, — Poplar 3-3461 scjvcuu. Coalter and Bratcher both rimmed 17 points in that contest. The Blytfteville varsity is scheduled to travel tomorrow for a return game at Pine Bluff. The Chicks spent most of yesterday afternoon's practice polishing their offense, and quite a bit 01 time was spent on their last break, something Blytheville fans haven't seen too much of so far this season. Pine Bluff's Zebras" trimmed the Chicks here Dec. 16, ,70-60. Pine Bluff has one defeat'in the Big Eight Conference so far. They lost last week to North. Little Rock. The Chickasaws now stand at 2-3 in the loop and 8-3 for the entire season. They trimmed Leachville Tuesday night there in a thriller -. Akers scored on a field goal at the end of the action to pull the game from the fire. He scored 2S points in the night's play. The B team record is f> wins, three halfback. A spokesman for the Browns said that while the club understood Davenport had signed with Winnipeg and Brown intended to play professional baseball, "we will take our chances." The 12 NFL clubs didn't miss any of the top flight college stars' of 1955 and they came up with many surprises from the smaller schools, whose unheralded players frequently prove to be the real "sleepers" of the draft. A significant bit of drafting was done by the Los Angeles Hams, who took 16 backfield men in the first 16 rounds. Coach Sid Gillman said there was B lack of capable linemen in this year's college crop, but judging from the choices of other teams, there was plenty of disagreement with him on that point. The final 10 rounds of the draft brought these selections: Pittsburgh — Jesse Benson, Arkansas halfback. Chicago Cardinals^Jack Hutcb- inson, Oklahoma A&M tackle, Charles Zickefoose, Kansas State end and Bill Kucero, Colorado tackle. Philadelphia — Chester Spencer, Oklahoma A&M end and Earl Lunsford, Oklahoma A&M halfback. ^Baltimore—Jim Rusher, Kansas State end and Jim Lohr, Cape Girardeau (Mo) State,-tackle. New York—Bill Fuller, -Arkan 'Wrong Way' End Way Offsides LEXINGTON, Va. (IP) — William A. (Bill) Chipley, Washington and Lee University's new head football coach, still takes a lot of kidding over his "wrong way" incident back in 1946. As a. star end for W. & L., Chipley got into the wrong huddle against West Virginia. The game was played on a rain-soaked, muddy field at Charleston, W.Va. . Bill turned up in the West Virginia, huddle after a series of rough plays. He,was confused more than ever when -the Mountaineer quarterback called play "94-X." "I don't know any such ptey," Chipley blurted out. jp Somebody scraped the mffd off Bill's face and sent him back to W.&L/S side of the scrimmage line SWC Action By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Rice Owls, whose early- season jet-propulsion performance fizzled when loop play started, face a big test this weekend in the Southwest Conference basketball race. The Owls who have lost to both Southern Methodist and Arkansas for a 3-2 conference record, are going- to have to beat Baylor Saturday night at Waco' if they arc to remain a serious contender'for the loop crown. The Baylor Bears, despite a mediocre season record and a 1-2 conference mark, are no pushovers. And they should be at peak strength Saturday night with the recovery of Jerry Mallett *hp because of a sprained right hand missed two Bear games and has been used sparingly in other games. The Owls-Bear tilt highlights a weekend of conference activity which sees the Texas Aggies (2-3) playing Sam Houston State in a non-conference game tonight and then meeting Texas Christian (1-2) Saturday night at College Station. The conference's top teams—Arkansas (4-0) and Southern Methodist (3-0) are idle for the rest of the week as is Texas, which brings up the rear rank in conference play with an unexciting 0-4 record. Akins-Cook Main Event Tonight in Dallas DALLAS Wl — Virgil Akins of St. Louis, ranked sixth among welterweights by Ring . magazine, will meet Clarence Cook of Bastrop, La., in a ten-round main event lere tonight. Akins arrived yesterday in time for a brief workout. After seeing Akins in a television fight a few months ago, Cook said he could "whip 'em both," but he is still a heavy underdog for the fight. Fisherman's Bait Six Centuries Old DANA POINT, Calif. Wl — The bait worked jusU fine — even though it was six centuries old. Dr. Richard T. Street displayed four fish to prove it. The bait? A jar full of grasshoppers found embedded in the ice of a glacier in Montana. They were se"nt to Dr. Street by some friends who are members of the American Assn. for the Advancement of Science. They dug them out of. the glacier and say the .bugs, must have been caught in the ice when trapped in a downdraft. Dr. Street, an ardent fisherman, tried them as bait more or less as a joke. His success proves fish don't know the difference between fresh bait and stale. Read Courier News Classified Ads sas tackle and Bev Buller, Kansas quarterback. Los Angeles—Dick Pouts, Mis souri end. Cleveland—Oliver Spencer, Iowa State guard. 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In September, 1*5«, Joe joint* the Guard »ft«r omen thought. He to In UM Mortar fUUon. HI* plum an to btcomt * Doctor and be hu tlrwdy IMCM Mnllliif hit MlUtur •bHiatlM. _ Jne'i own ttatcmnt It thb, "I'm rnlly pr*«4 1 Jotud." Von too can be a member tl Ctaaan? «M»,191rt Inf., Ark- antat National Guard by ftlnr by 3N Seith Se«on« Street. OVER 50% OF AMERICA'S WHISKY IS PRODUCED IN KENTUCKY AND EARLY TIMES STANDS ALONE AS THE ONE WHISKY KENTUCKIANS CHOOSE FOR THEMSELVES. .?*'. IT'S A CLEAN FLAVORED KENTUCKY WHISKY OF SUPERB MELLOWNESS WITH A TRADITION AiMOST A CENTURY OLD: STMNHT NIMON mtm EMIT TUKS MIT. CO.. LWIIJ»RU 1| KT. •« MOOT EARLY TIMES JPlnt ' I HPt - ,. '.-' It's tv«ry ounce q men's whisky

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