The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1955 · Page 8
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PAGI IIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.V COUKIER WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12. Paps Travel To Newport Tomorrow Resolved to make a better showing in their final four games than they did against Whitehaven and Jackson, Tenn., the Blytheville Junior High Papooses finished their heavy contact work last night for tomorrow night's game at Newport. Coach John KolciU6 sa id yesterday 72-Yard Run NetsCummings 12-UDeadlock The "Y" High School touch football league was off to a fast, start at Little Park yesterday afternoon as Captains Larry Campbell and Clarence Cummings led their teams to a 12-12 deadlock. After a scoreless first quarter, the Campbells scored late in the second period on a fourth down bullet pass from Tom Lum to Larry Ellis good for 11 yards and the score. They tallied again in the third period on Lum's 10-yarcl heave to James Morrow for the score, after marching' the length of the field on the second half kick-off. The Cummings cohorts got right back into the game, as Capt. Cummings received the ensuing kickoff and raced 55 yards behind excellent interference to make it 12-6. After this score, the Campbells marched all the way to the Cummings' 11-yard stripe before being thrown back to the 17 and on 4th down, Lum's pass backfired as, — .. -- Cummings intercepted and waltzed ceola. West Memphi 72 yards for the tying T.D. game here with Jac I the team's morale was high and the j boys had worked h:ird in preparing for the Newport game. The accent was on fundamentals —bloc-kins and tackling—last night as Ihe Paps ran through their last heavy scrimmage before playing Newport. After the Paps finished tuning up against members of their own squad, Coach Randell prince brought the Chickasaw second stringers to the Pap drill field for a scrimmage. Reserves Stronger The Paps concentrated on running plays in their workout against the Cllick red shirts nnd Koldus felt that his team worked well against j the defense set up by the Chickasaw r understudies. i Both Coaches Jim Fisher and Koldus see a hopeful sign in the improvement of Papoose reserves. Before last week's game at Jackson Bobby Dallas and Bobby Westbrook carried the brunt of reserve duty. ; f\t D rt ,,j. Tnninkt Against Jackson in addition to the ; I V DOUr IQnignS two Bobs. Koldus used Ray Nelson, i John Logan. Jim Kelly. Billy Sutton. Billy Nelson and Danny Morris. This total oi eight reserves used against the Cubs was Ihe most the Paps have used this year. Four more games are left on the Pap si-hedule and the Paps have gone into their war chant calling for victories against Newport, Osis and the return :kson. Chickasaw Ranks Thinned by Injuries Jimmy Bratcher . . . rugged defender Jones Favored Over Andrews in iSontee, Dwyer iTo Continue jndo Chisox Make 5-Player Swap With Memphis CHICAGO <iPi — The Chicago "White Sox took their first step toward rebuilding for 1956 with a five- player deal with Memphis of MIR Southern Association. It was the first White Sox player transaction since Frank Lane quit as Sox general manager. Vice President Chuck Comishey announced the Sox had sent southpaw Bob Cain and an undisclosed sum of cash to Memphis for four righthanded pitchers. They are Joe Diililku, 25. who posted a 19-5 record working mostly in relief; Bill Dufor, also 26. with an 11-9 mark; Paul Stuffel. a 27- year-old with a 12-3 record; and former leader on the Duver ,. iva!n . Oct. 20 Alnni i,l'. ... \Vc-s Svailef. Kun.sas miler and America's oi the unsua?wk;ml assault four-minute mile, and Fred will i-ontimie their indoor in tile Olympic Carnival iit Madison Sumire Garden, with tanue and Dw\er in Slade, Jackson To Fight Again CLEVELAND.I'i — Tommy >Hurricane) Jackson, third ranking- heavyweight, will tight Jimmy Slade Friday nit^ht. Oct. '28, in a 10-rounder at Cleveland Arena, it was announced last night. Jack.son has -.von nine straight, liis la.st n technical knockout over Rex Laync. Slade defeated Yvon Durelle and Archie McBridc in his last two bouts. Slade detailed Jackson last year but Hurricane reversed the deci-j sion this year. .fone.s. never knocked oii hij teel _ . in 53 fights, is an »-5 favorite j n u , m y t , men;, will be Billy Tidwell The bout "'ill be televised ibyjol Emporia Teachers. Air Force Lt. ABC' from Miami ul 8 p.m. tCSTi. B(. U Truex from Ohio iSute. Joe Jones' record includes 36 wm.s.: Lapit-rre. rx-Georgetown star oi 14 losses and three draws. j the Army and Horace Ashenfelter. •\ndre\vs vnrankcd has a record j 1952 Olympic su-epledmse winner. til'40 victories, 14 losses and two I The meet will mark the opening draws. I Ol I' 1 ' Olympic lund drive. Season Not Total Loss for Bucs B I y t h e v i 11 e ' s Chicka saws face the prospect of tangling with one of the most potent A A offenses in central Arkansas at Haley Field Friday night with their ranks decimated by injuries and sickness. asain-s! iht- Malvei'ii Leopards, fasl becoming one of ihe top Class AA powers in central and south Arkansas. In addition there are numerous o'.iier bruises and hurts among .members of tiie squad. Abbott Doubtful Couch Russell Mosley siiid today. "I; looks doubtful" that Charles AD'OOU \vill be able 10 play Friday. Abbott t-prained ;\n sui^le iu pnie- <>• ^imdi and was hardly able > no i id yesterday. Qua e bit.k Bobby Jones, whose; ibsenct* was felt in ihe Whitehaven L i i p ^ till hindered by the knre n i -v he suffered last week. ii coining aloni; preiiy well lou Moslev said, ihougii he's not M t \ 10 be able to go at lop spcrd Bo; i -i 11 ng guards. Jodie Hall ] i Hi Bo Huffman, yesterday faced n po ibihty oi" being stowed nio^r. i -he \\eek. Hall was put to bed by doctor with a slight case of flu and Huffman did only light work because of a back injury. 1 Two Ends Kurt 1 End positions also are hurling Jimmy Earls, one oi the Jour dependable wingmen on the squad. iuis been out for about 10 days with • ;t k:iec injury and probably will 1 not be able to do much all week. ; He didn't play at all at, White; haven. , Freddy Rounsavall, starter at ; riEjhi cud, has come up with ' bruised hip that has him slowed. And finally. Wayne Hunnicutt, one of the replacements for Abbott | ut fullback, also is ft flu victim. i Most of the sicx and injured } should be able to £0 by Friday, I Mosley pointed out, but many of ; them probably will be Mowed down ' somewhat and may not feel much like playing football. And. from al] reports, the Leop-, sparked by Junior quarterback ards from Malvern won't be easy ; Philip Nix, who was good enotwh They have a fast and rugged team,' to make all-state as a sophomore. Interest Is Always Hi gh for Texas, Arkansas Clash; Sellout Expected FAYETTEV1LLE—By any standards the Arkansas — Texas series should not be one (vlicre t'ever-pilth interest is best served. Seldom have | the scors been close and at no time j have the,Razorbacks endangered the | stranglehold sained by the Long-1 horns from the very start, of thej ancient rivalr. in 1694. | Vet, slrangeh enougu—kimlH'd m-i '.crest is there and annually the j fondest \vislies of Arkansas fans j revolve around lhe lioepl'ul possi- j ; bility of gainint; one more win over i its neighbor state university. i ?nd in Little Rock The uvo teams will meet in Arkansas' War Memorial Stadium at j ' Little Rock next Saturday for the ! second time. It, will be the eighth appearance in the capital city in the .series history. I The first college opponent in Ar- i } kansas' football history. Texas now i ieeads in the series by an over| whelming 29-1 advantage. The lang- ] horns lead in each of the four game sues—at Austin. 16-4; at Fayetteville. 7-1: in Little Rock, 5-2; and i at Memphis, 1-0 i A small crew of 14 ill-equipped I players journeyed to Austin with I Professor-Coach John Futrall back in November of 1894. Thougr roy- ;illy entertained off the field by, their Texas hosts, the "Cardinals' j were no match for the "heavier and j more numerous'' Texans anil lost ^ 54-0. The game established warm friendships between the two schools and paved 'the way for more earn competition. Another game land another shui- out i at Austin in 1903 preceded three consecutive contests at the Arkansas campus but the most home soil meant, W the Cardinals was their first score over the Longhorns, losing 26-6 in their fifth appearance [ in 1907. | Futile Until 1933 i Texas made the series a mule one : for Arkansas until the 1933 game in Ausliii by piling up a 14-0 series count—including 11 sanies in which, lhe Razorbacks failed to score. ! Then, tor a br.ef flurry. Arkan- , sas made the most of a Texas | drought. Their first place team of i 1933 won in the Texas capito! by a | ^0-6 score, and after a single Long- liorn win in 1934—Arkansas won four straight. j The string of victories included! the first. Arkansas triumph in their , own state 16-0 at Litle Rock in 1936 j —a championship year for the Porkers), and the worst conference defeat ever inflicted upon Texas, 42-0 in the 1938 Little Rock game. The Steers from mid-Texas became so enraged at the 1S38 discourtesies that Arkansas was banished for over a decade. Texas counted 12 straight wins over the Razorbacks before an extra-special effort in 1951 ended its fury. A Governor's procLimalion, near-hysterical student, rallies and a room-full of letters and telegrams spirited the 1951 Razorbacks to one of Arkansas mast magnificent wins of all time. Texas went clown fighting. Ifi-U on the second annual Dad's Day at- Arkansas. It was the first Razorback win over Texas on the Arkansas campus in the history of the series. Turning Point Somehow or another, the IS51 uctory appears !o have been a turning point ill the series. Not that Arkansas has taken any late advantage—but Razorback teams have been able to meet Texas just as any other opponent. Only once in the past six years lias ihe game notion out of hand in fnvor of Texas-in 1952. ArkanMS has won two out of the last four snd in 1954 piled up a 20-0 lead by the haiftime at Austin. The last fiOO reserved .seats tor the Texas-Arkansas game at Little Rock were sold yesterday. War Memorial Siiiuciium Manager Allen Bere-y said that 500 special chair seats on the field would go on sale today. General admission tickets wilt remain on sale. Berry said that he was expecting a crou'd of about 35,000. Lasl year, ihe Mississippi and Rice games eaca drew 38.000. Friend Wins ERA Honors in llif Niilion.il. Hi earned runs in 202 3,'.'l ERA. Buhl won 13 By BEX ()I,.\N NEW YORK (API -- The 1955 baseball season was not t dropped n. a complete bust for the Pilts- Don ,\c« burgh Pirates after all. They: ciiampiou f jliacl the National League's tnu ' (1 Wlt " ° ! earned run leader in Bob p oni be of Wancn Sp.ihn. ihe Brave.-,' veteran iOiiUip:iw. war H it'ainv-'u i LUI i^-mn;i m i-uu fourth with 3.'J(i. lie w:i. tulluwed RUB Heniftii who had an 8-8 record p j j lheir 24-ycar-okl fight* j by Robin Robert.,. PhiliuU-lpmn while on opium to Waterloo ol Uie £, . •> & Philips. 3.30: Johnny AntnnelH. Class B Three-I league. jUalKlU. I 3 ,.-. an(| Joc Cain, n former major leaguer, had been iissiiinrtl to Memphis by the Sox last season. Mitchell, Seeking More Speed, Shifts Benson to Halfback FAYETTEVILLE. Ark. (API — Buddy Bob Benson, whose fancy running from tailback last year helped the Arkansas Razorbacks to the Southwest Conference championship, has been shifted from quarterback to left halfback in j Coach Jack Mitchell's pigeon-toed T. For the shifty De Queen pluvc-r,] With tin: loss of Sleelnian. the the position switch is the lourth! starling center asiRiimenl will fall in three years of college football, i to Jay Donathon. :i sophomore. Be- But Mitchell, seeking to tiive a | hind Doiuuhnii is Orcn Culpepper boost to the Razorbajk.s' running And that's not all. Friend be- rnines the first major league pitch-1 cr in history (earned runs were; fivM i-AbuliUctl HI I9l2i Lei [hush on !op in ERA \vliilc perionmnc tor a last-place dub. Figure's compiled by ihe A^suci- u ted Press revealed today Mint Friend RHVL- up t>3 earned runs in 200 innings for an earned run murk of 2.84. He had u M-!) \von-lost record. VhTi'e Tuppuri A I' L.t'fiy Billy Pierre of the Chicago White So.x paced lhe American Lt'iium- with a 1.87 earned run nv- erafje. He yielded. 45 earned tallies in ^Oti fran it's while winning 13 games and losing 10. Friend, who produced 2 shuiouis inn-! had y complete Annies, is the i Pira'e hurlcr to lead in earned Nuxhiill, Cmcinnali. 3.47. White.'.' Foril ol ihe NL-.V York Yankees w.is runnci-up Ui Pi'vci' in tin- American. H* 1 ponmut'cl 74 earned runs in -;>4 trame-; I or a 2.G2 KRA. He had 18 victories against 7, >eLb;ick.s. Early Wynn nt 1 Clt-i.eland w :i ? third with -.#-. Then rame Fr.ink Still iv.ui. Bo.s ion Red Sox, '2M\: Herb Score. Cleveland, 2.9:1: and Billy Hoefi. Detroit, with 2.0!). Pier re, 2H. nrodueed (i shin OIKS and 16 complete -Mimv. Hi.-. L-aniud run mark is the lowest in me majors since Hal Neuhou: er oi Detroit timsl^ci \uth 1.91 in lu-Mi. Hayti Juniors Win run averages since Cy Blantonl topped the National League with ; 2.5!) in 1335. • ( liuhl Secunil | Bob Buhl of the Milwaukee I Braves finished second to Friend ! Ri-ad ..... Courier News Classilied Ails. game around tlie, ends, thinks Be:i-' son will fit in without t rouble. He already knows the left ha 11 back' plays, the coach said yesterday. Benson .started his college, foul- ball career as a split-'I' cmuncr- back at the University ot Oklahoma. He transferred to Arkansas and became a tailback in Conch Bowden Way It's .single wm^. When Mitchell took over, he placed Benson back in the quai'U'rback category. Cfiner Critleal Benson, who lias been in mi eci part of this season, is expected to see action Saturday when lhe Razorbacks meet Texas at Little Rock. The cent or .situation, already critical for the Porkers, became more so yesterday. 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