The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1955 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEYH.LB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATl'RPAY, OCTORER 1R, 1955 Chicks' Offense Soars For 31-13 Win Akers, Abbott Lead Blytheville To Big Victory Blytheville's Chickasaws wound up their offense at Haley Field last night with a terrific display of running and blocking and trounced another good offensive team 31-13 for their fourth victory against one defeat for the season. The Chicks seared their offense: 10 yards on an end around, moved to its peak performance for the | the bull out bin a couple of passes game, garnering 373 yards nei offense including 35T by rushing. H was Freddy Akers and Charles Abbott a»ain supplying the punch for the Chicks, but they had the advantage of some of the mosi effective blocking seen here all year. Malvern's offense was strong, though the Leopards couldn't so nil • to the way against the Blytheville de- [ i^ fense except on two plays thai i DRAPER AGAIN' — Malvern's Charles Draper racked up 135 yards last night in a fine display of running. Here. Freddie Akers makes the stop after Diaper picked up five in the first quarter. K.'nur- ler News Photo) Luxora Gets Its First Grid Win in Two Years ST. CHARLES — Coming back to football after a layoff, Luxora's Panthers won their first football game in two years here when they took an 18-0 decision from St. Charles. Billy Looney and Hal T o w 1 e 3» teamed up to lead the Luxora cluo, to victory- ! Looney, who is captain and quar-! terback of the Panthers, got things rolling when, on the second play of the ball game, he uncorked a 60- yard run for a six-pointer. Interception In the second period. Towles pulled down at Si. Charles pass and made the interception good for i yards and a TD. Before the half ended. - threw OUR with Towles on celrlng end and the play 45 yards and another That ended the HelenaTips Osceola By 14-0 clicked for TD's. Following is a play-by-play account of the game: Blytheville won the toss and eleci- eti u> receive. Malvern's kicfc hit a Blytheville player at the 15 and bounced bark into the hunds of Lancaster for the Leopards on the 50. Nix sneaked for five and Currinjt- ton got a first down on the Biythe- ville 40. Bankston's powerful running got another first on the 29 and r the Leopards appeared to be on; their way. - ; Chicks Hold on 20 ; Bankston added five more but; Rounsavall stopped Cui-ringUm nice- | ly on an off-tackle spear and then j pufled Bankston down with only a | fail, and with a fourth and seven on thf Chick 30. Akers took a suuue of liberty handoff from Abbott on the fake k:ck.and skipped 34 yards lor a first down on the Malveni 47. Half Ends. 18-7 A screen pass was deflected and Akers kept trying, unsuccessfully, jleie one for distance as the u out. Coultt-r stopped Nix at the Mal- •ni 25 on the .second half kickoff return. Draper threw another scare \viih an 18 yard dash on the pitchout to the 43. Nix tried the roll out tarn. v,as sipped nicely by Bvatcher. Another pitchout gained 10 but it- was nullified by a backficld In motion penalty. Draper was stopped alter live by Rounsavall and Banks- ion kicked to Akers on the Blvthe-1 ville 18. He returned to the 31. , ' Abbott drove for 10 yards, carry-; in? ticklers at least half of the i win-, but Akers was swarmed try-] IIIR [o p:iss. He lost six yards but i go: it back .on the next play, Priv- \ c-.i was slopped though, and Akers ; kicked 18 yards oui of bounds on ; the Mulvevn 40, \ Br.iu-her. Huffman and Ratliff : SC Trounces Wisconsin In Upset Win By TED MEIER The Associated Pre.*s If Southern California's victory over Wisconsin is any indication this may be a day of upsets in college football. The Trojans walloped the Bads-. ers from the Big 10, ranked sixth j nationally. 33-21 in a Friday ni.yht scrap before "5,16^ in Memorial Coliseum at Los Angeles. This could point the finger at Michigan. Maryland. Oklahoma. Notre Dame and Georgia Tech. the five teams ranked above Wisconsin in The Associated Press poll. All were favored to win today but a football lakes .some funny bounces and come sundown Northwestern, North Carolina. Kansas. Michigan State and Auburn might have rea- HODGE CLICKS ON OLDIE — A play nearly as old as the Notre Dame box itself worked ay a in tor '.he Chicks last night. Fred Hodge .scored on a 42-yard end around :n :he first. Here he picks up ten to the Chick 26 in the second quarter. (Courier News Photo) . yard gain. Draper, replaced Banks-'clobbered Nix in a keeper play, ton and was sloped one yard short, currington was stopped and a Nix of a first down on the Blytheville' pass was low. Bankston kicked 20. : well but the Chicks were ready. The Chicks took over and moved; 75 Yard Return deep into Malvern territory as seal The ball went to Privett on the back Freddy Akers. on the second: Blyiheville 25. He started across, Chick play" drove off tackle on n j handed to Akers coming the other weak side smash, found open niriway. and Freddy came wide to imd a Bi'OHt block by Jones, to go-the left. He cut down the sideline «5 yfirds before beins? hauled down j with some ?ood blocks, appeared from behind by Nix on the Malvern j lo slip and almost fell, but he re- thii recovered touchdown, heroics for the Panther backs as Luxora's line took over to stifle St. Charles through-| out the second hull". j HomceorniiiK I Penalties and fumbles hurt Lux-' or ft's offense in the second half as the Panthers threatened several times. The contest' was St. Charles' HELENA—OSL-I Mnd l.hut sconnw punch needed it hi're last nifjht. and Helena L-iinii? off with a 14-0 victory in ,1 pfiint, 1 between the two Eastern Arkansas sellouts. Helena lost little time in iielting its first .score. U drove .some 12 ysmki with 11 .series ol short st;ibs which ate up Uie clock in the first qiiiirler. Helena kicked off. Osi-eolti ran one play and fumbled and then Helena was off again. Tis time, tin- ririvi- earned about n Ihe sticund The little tailback then carried three times, making it to the end zone on the third try. on a -split-T handoff from Bobby Jones. Akers tried for Uie point after but missed. BLytlieville led fi-0 after five j returned to the just, couldn't; minutes of play. | on the speed for ^ ^ ^^ A'hen itj Knil Anmml Works j Ue . £>',.,'„!*. ^, ^ven^moi'C bin Gee's kickoff to I lu- 15 was return-J ne fumbled at the Blyiheville 4G j ed by Nix 22 yards to the 32. The| nm j Gee i)OLmC ed on the ball. ! Leopards \vere stopped and Biuiks- lon kicked to (he Blyiheviile. 30 Those Tigers Are Back In Business Now By KAY STEPHENS The Associated Press The Little Rock Tigers are back in business, make no Gee kicked to NIX at the 10 who niisUikt? about il. Today, Little Rock is solidly entrenched in Draper turned j-j rst p | actj in tl)e B jg jrj,,] U Conference football scramble — bis balance, cut back toward the center and scooted the 75 yards for a touchdown. Again he missed the kick, but Blyiheville had it iced with a 24-7 lead. art! gain to the only undefeated contender in league competition. Little Ru , jacd hue where the ball was down-j homecommp, and Luxora's uriddev.s] 3n yards and iiwhut. were invited to a dance and banmiet! period the Indians held » 14-0 at the school Inst nisht. ' "ver the Semmoles Luxora travels to Frnyser, Ti-nn.. to tnke on the Frayser B lt?:iin Thursday night. Chaffee Cops 12-2 Victory Over Hayti CHAFFEE — The Chatfoe Red Devils nearly assured thcmselvrs of a share in the Little Six conference with a 12-2 win ovrr Hayti's Indians here last- tnylu. Tlip game was Chaltfc'.^ -ccund conference win against one L-onicr- ence tie. Cliaffee's all-^anu; rcmrn i.s two wins, two losses ami one tie. Hayti has one- win and uui- !n ,., in confer'MH-e. The Iiuhfins' ovri.ill record is one win, two lo.^-i^ ami one tie. Sammy t.H:i.^.i .nid Jeri \ Nov. 1 ,,.-.lo S!oppr-(i a Chafffi- nnui behind hi.s SOfil line for a safeiv in ihc tnv-j quarter. Chio:n->U;r p.i^^ed 20 v.irii-, in Hanna, who r:in ^3 yard.-- lov ,\ Chaffee louciidown in tin- iii»rd quarter. Hanna ran 17 y;i rd', around end lor a ioiinh-qu.iricr TD. Chaffec-'s net ynrdayc \v;i>, 'J13 LO ed. Abbott drove 33 yi beautiful runmnu and blm'king by, the Chicks after » three yards a«ain i \\as erased by a baekfielri in mo-j lion penalty. ! i On ihe iv xl pln\. Fred Hodce f];ot ' i the ball on an end around, an old j I Blytheville standby, cot a keen' j block by Hall, and toured the end ! for i'2 yards and the Chicks' second i j touchdown. Akors kicked wide. i | Gee's kickoff \VHS returned from; ' thr :'0 to the 26 by Curringion.} | Draper, on a pitchout BOI 20 yards i [ and a nrst down on the 47. Gee: making the stop. After a Nix to Cur- i riiiRton pass fulled. Draper againj cut loose on the pitchout. this time j for 15 yards to the Blyiheville 38. j Faulkner Rot one nnd Nix was stop-; lied nicely by Abbott when he nt-j tempted io roll out and go wide. Nix llurifttl Nelson. Huffman. Hodge and Hall then swarmed all over the Leopard | quarterback wenh he tried to pass; nnd Bankston kicked out of bounds i By TIIK .\SSIKlATl.n 1>UI-:SS on the 21. I Svnicust'. N.Y. —Tony Baldom.j The second Quarter opened wilhj I ••)')'-. Wilkes-Burre. PH . uulpoint-j Akers coming o\it pussUm. One IOUR \ ed Ray Drake, 157'.. Brooklyn. 10. j one failed, and the quick inilbackj Sao' Pmilo. Brazil — Alfredo; \vas almost caught when he couldn't | ju liu , f our th with Nix. Draper Prada, Argentina, and Sebnstiaol find a receiver. But he recovered j . HK j Currin-ton picking up con- 10. j beautifully, picked up a couple of •. , s j.sienl yardage ugainsi the re- i tremendous blocks as he reversed! . SC rve.» In t.ha< mmrtcr. Nelsun Hopkins tonk a piU'HouL and r:u-i>U 70 yards in score, but a clipping penalty uip- (•d nut thr I'ttorl.. OM-e.olu eimie rlnsi- n mimbur of other rimes. Onre it drove deep in Helena ti-r- beture noting down on the ritory Ini. LIHTV lluls wLH-kini: (Hi-kle, top i^aine. Thi- .Seininol next. Friday ni y. Osce turned '.s luud- another Kei Fights Last Night "C'-ibi" Ladi-slau, Brn/.i!, drew, Couiter picked up three roe. with <rood blocking in the line j J which was lar.nely reserves now. '.ioi eteht. but n baekiield in mo- uon penalty moved iht- ball back: to Ihe 4.1. Akers tried the ninnmu pit>^ which failed and then he '.rot caught trying to find a receiver and wii.i dumped for a 15 yard loss to the Blytheville 27. \Vfird Surprise Now come.- the weirdest p!;*y of the inyhi. Abbott, with a fouah down and '23 yards to t£0 on his j own i!7 naturally iroes back io kick. ' But he fakes the kick as Akers coini-.^ arnund for the iJHitue of Liberty iKindnlf -- bur Abboit t'.ikes the ball to Akers and tnke.-. off arpund the right side all by himself. He cv.u^ht ihe Leopard.^ completely olf iuiard ;tnd picked his way through the entire Malvern team with some terrific Lacking, parcicularly by Gee and Jones. The play was good for 73 yards and Blytheville's fifth TD. Akers split the uprights with thi, and the Chicks led 31-7. k louk Hs third straiubt. saulLinji Junc.sboro. one ol the bc.-^l conference victory last nigh!, • CI.iss AA teams in the state. The , mauling Texiirkana's Rax.orbacks; Golden Hurricane yot the juters. no J!l - v -j3 1 . 0 ^0,-th Little Rock shook loose: and set the stage for three Pine ts air attack in the final quarter; Bluft loTrei\dow~rr=~~Witri fumbles. Lo subdue Hot Springs 25-7 in Ihel Hitrdisler Scoots ! only oilier conference contest. ; Pine Bluff thrashed Jonesboro _ 33-6: Blvihevillc dealt hnrshiy with; Malvern 31-13: and El Dorado; survived its encounter with Smack- j over H-B in non-conference ai-[ fairs. Fort Smitli couldn't <olve. the defense of Tulsa's VViii Rogers; Kiqh and dropped a 1--6 deei.-'ion, in ;tn inter-sectionat due!. Get iianRe Liulf Rm-k. the perennial bully j boy of iiiuh .school footbai! in Ar-; kansas lusi its first three s umes ; to out-ui-.siaie opponent.- 1 , cau^in- ; much hopeful speculation thaij homegrown noys mig;lit do some, Tiacr tail t\vi.stinir this senson. i But Co.ich Wil.son Matthews' Ti- j gers have found the range, nnd, appear ready to continue their, striim of Big Eight championships. ! True, the Tigers have met only on. real contender. Fort Smith. in ! conference play, but Little Rock; j has improved steadily and fi^ure^t •- ----- better in the tomms i I'OS. T.E . . LT . , LG . . , C , RG . RT . RE . QH LHB H.HB FB . Alontgomery Fish Meyer Gibbons .... Hopkins Stubbs Dame . Chi'ouister j his Held and went 42 yards to the Ke*erve.s Hold j Malvrrn 23 before beiiiR caught. B UI ; ' Abbott picked up a yard and Akers, Malvern c;nne into their ierr:;iH-y. ' missed on the running pass to Roun- j Bartclicr t-ausht Nix trying to P:HS sviill in the end none. He pave the ;U id brought him down for ;ui ei^iit Clucks life with a 13 yard scamper | y;m j io.s>, on Uie Blytheville 37. on a wingback reverse iov a Ji.vst i cmiHer broke \ip another pas,-, ny •down on the. 13. Abbott was stopped I ;IIK J the Tribe took over nn u.= mvn on n fullback counter and a back-; 37. field i" motion penalty put the ball; Coulter ^ot one, Jayroc addvd Getting Single Wing Power Is Too Much For Shawnee at Homecoming By CUAKLKV FKI/IV Courier Xcws Cor respond en L JOINER — Shawnee's Indian, rnn smack into a strong sin^h: nil winy attack and a flashy t;iilback : ~in by the name of Tyer here tor night and didn't know what to do j KO: with either. The result — Lepanto j walked off with a 3-1-7 triumph. i ; It was Shawm;e'.s homecoming 01 but someone forgot to tell Tyerj ter and Company. 'Hie speedy linle LaiUiacV: perRonally viccminu-tl Uiv 24 of his team's 34 points nnd he sparkplug^t-d J'-e rout. ;md uirned it into .-ij.u-k wii •18-yard '-cniT 1 in•!) in prove Tyer .w.iMi't Li'piinio liad. M ;i / e 1 w nod tMked over Inun two y;ird> out er touchdown. Haxelwoort • KO; two nf the extra points. I IntilHt^ Srore 1 Sh.i\\lit-e ;slK)\\ ed its only [!;i; o! offensive bri!h;im:e in !hi> rpia I ter. Terry passed To end W;iyi | I,ante oil n play thai covered 1 y;u-ti- \ci\- lilt 1 \inh;uis' lone sr.iiv , Then Terry \\orked lhc s.imc p;i | play for I In- extra point. back to the 1C 1'iiss Works j But on the next piny, Akers nit Hnnnn i the wide-open Privett beautifully at 1 the gonl line on the running pn.*a. j Akers missed his third straisht eon- version attempt. The Chicks' onside kick didn't pay off and Mnlvern pot possession on the Blyiheville 49. Paulkner stopped at the line by nn irate Hull.; but, Ihe Leopards Rained on the- L ' Chicks' ollsides. HalL Nelson and Huffman racked up Faulkner, but Draper smashed i srven ynrds to a Hrst on the Chick 1 ;i6. Mtilvern's Jordan sol behind ', 8tfie McGuire and Nix nailed him ' at (he 15 with a floater and he cut ', his way into the end zone untouch- i od for the Leopards' first score. Coach Carl TrusselPs Indians i The third period went started the game in hot water and : ;.s thr IrnUims liii.illy solved, mo- got, hurl. A fumble on the opening! mcnlanly at any rale, tlte stroni; kickoff set the Indians back on i Lupanto otfnise. But in the fourth their six and two plays later Indian j Tyer K«H thitif.^ HOIHK .IKHIU as he quarterback Stanley Terry was I scampered 4'j yard;, on nn end hauled down in his end /.one lor a I .sweep for the nual mlly. safely. j SIIAWNKK I'OS. I.KPANTO '"lHankston con\erted and the Tribe's j Not Va , ^ > lead was nit to 13-7 with seven min- j 'p ot;1 | N , "Juies remaining in the half. Clip Hurls Akers returned the kickoff Irom . ' ihe one to the 21, but n clipping t\u> and Moore got live on ;i iinnd- olf from McGuire, bill a fumble un the play gave the ball back ;o '.r,e Leupartls on the 44. Three plays huer. Ni.v .ipo'.icj Levissee belund ihe defense and !o.v»ed him a srnke s^ood for -12 yard sand a TD. B.mksion's k:e* w;'.s wide and thut !ef; it «i: the filial 31-13, With uice defensive \voflt ItV M<-Perry. Uie Cliicks ;;old i m the final minutes nnd m>' 1:1 .some offensive practice with Coulter, Moore. Jay roe. Slayton and Hunmcuit carrying. STATISTICS H'vill. Downs 8 Pass Attempts II Pa>s Completions 2 Not Yards Rushing ... 3f>7 'ards Pa.sMnt; .... ifi ei Offence ^73 Interception*- 0 Fumbles 2 Opp. Fmbls, Rec 1 Punts i average > 3 for 29 4 l> With liiUc Rex Hardi^ler loading tiie way, Pine Bluff capitalized on every scoring opportunity. Hardister. a brilliant performer who! combines both speed and the rare ', talent of deception in his runnini:., scored one touchdown on a 5-yard j buck. A few minutes later lie picked up a Jonesboro fumble un hi,-; 49 nnd flashed all the way. That was the game, for ;ill practical purposes, as Pine Bluff? Mern de- Jen.-p bottled up Jrme.sboio'? bi:: ihri'iii. Bill Caldwell. Caldwcll and Zebra Wayne Simpson were banished from the game in the third quarter after they traded ;i few punches. Charles Abbott and Freddy Akers enjoyed another fine evening as Blytheville came out, on top again, this time over Malvern. While the Chicks' tight defense blocked Malvern's ground game, Abbott and Akers ran up a totai of L'82 yards rushing ri!1 d thrr-e touchdowns. Akers carried 13 times for 148 yards and two touchdowns, and pn.---.seri to James Privett for another. Abbott gained 134 yards on eight carries and scored once. Malvern couldn't pierce the Blytheville line, but Phil Nix had; little trouble passing over it. ;-ndj :hre\v 36 and •!'_' yards for both of the Leopards' touchdowns. Football Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Magnolia 7. Arkadelphia 0 Paratiould 25. Marked Tree 0 Fairview 20, Hope 7 Camden 19, Crossett 7 Stamps 20. Mineral Springs 6 Pine Bluff 33, Jonesboro 6 ClarksvUle 3'VOzark 0 Warren 21, Star City 0 Kl Dorado 14, Smackover 6 Little Rock. 31. Texarkana 0 Charleston 7. Mansfield *> North Liule Rock 25, Hot nii;js 7 Fuypueville H. Van Buix-n 0 Pocahor.uis 27, Truiuiiiin UU Blytheville 31, Malveni 13 Sluttirarl 7. Conway 7 'tie) A^hriown '21. PrescoU 0 Alms 26. Berryviile 0 Carli-le 13. Htizcn 0 McOehee l>. Dumas 6 uie) Tuisa 12, Fort Smith (5 Batesv-ille 36. Searcy 0 Catholic High Little Rock 47. Emiland 7 Monlicclio 44. Lake Village 13 Burdetie 12. Earle G M.nianna LM. BnnkiCV 13 Eudora 31. Forcr. ct? 'tl .\iishvillc -4. De Queen 7 Buuxile 0. C.ibot 0 (tie 1 Mountain Home 38. Piiiuott 7 GillctL 20. Clarendon 7' Gurrion 17. Murfreesburo 0 Booneviilo 5'J, Greenwood fl Walnut Ridge 13. Bald Knob 0 Sulnaco 31. Roser:-. 0 Bentonville 13, Hunlsvilie fi Elaine 12, Marvel! 7 Cotton Plant 25. De Vail? Buff 7 Augusta 2ii. McCrory H JiiL'ksonvile 20, Sheridan 7 Helena 14. Osccola 0 Paragould 25. Marked Tree 0 Morrilton 2'j. Atkins 7 City -(i. Newport 0 Watson Cnupe! 12. Ri-.on 7 Magnet Cove 25. Clinton 13 HarrLshuru' 32, Parkin 18 De Witt 31. DCS Arc 0 Bemon 31, Russcilville 0 Sprmtzdale 27. Siloiim Springs 0 Wnldron 28, Paris 7 Grizzlies Drive Rock's backbone i> the •dy detense which held Texarkana to a total of GO yard* las: night. The Tigers also used two Texarkana fumbles and an intercepted pass to set up touchdowns., By Air and l,:uni A balanced, efficient at tuck • strikes equally well on the ground j and in the air. and there's plemv ; of material available to man it. ; The live Little Rock touchdowns were scored by five different; backs. Hot Springs' cuMomariiv inept 1 Trojans still are shoeing ;' de-' ciried aver.son io playing pushover for the rest of the center ' ence, and North Little Rock was; forced to unlnnber a deadly pass-! ing attack to cope with them last ^nnVhe^oVi^'andlT yards?'-The night. ! victors had a rushing total of 210 North Little Rock hud a skimpy lead going into the fourth do some crowing. Arni-tt Leads SC I Halfback Jon Arneti led Southern Cal its the Trojans bin.-led Wisconsin out of the unbeaten rank.-- with four touchdowns in the second half. Wisconsin led ai ihe hull' 7-6. Arnett. mined iwo louuidowns. one on a 55-vard spnn; to open ihe scoring and ihe other on a 4-Viird buck in the final 16 MH'onds, He was ably assi.-ied by tullbat-k C.R. Roberts who al'-o crossed Wisconsin's goal line uvice. Q u n r t e r b rt e. k Jim Halusssv starred for Wisconsin. On one piay he flipped a 78-yard scoring forward pa.-.- (o John Bndgeman. Full back Charley Thomas bucked for two of the Badgers' scores. L'tah l r psets Denver Denver was favored, -o whip . Utah, but wa.« upset by the Red'< skin. 1 * 27-7 in another Friday nisht encounier. The defeat erased De.n- ; ver"> utle hopes in the Skyline ' Conference. • Vi'.nderbili battled bard asanut '. a relueutin C'naiianoogw line so win • 12-0, Halfback Charlie Honon : scored the first TD and halfbaclc t Joe Scales Ihe other. Dave Orr, ! ;> skinny 148-pound halfback. scored Three touchdowns to lead I Colorado Mines to a 26-14 victory j over Color.ulo College m the Rocky < Mount.i in Conterence. j Heavy rain postponed Detroit at ! Bo^'.on poUeue until toniuru. ! Cloudy >k:es and mid-50 tempera• Mires v.ert* forecast at East Lanv . iny. Mien., as Notre Dame, un- i beu'.en. \inued nnd unloved upon, ' took on Michigan State. Light show' ers werp po.-.-ible. Nut re Dame Fuvored The Iri.-h, ID ^ ort.'d by a louch- iiij\\'ii. reeled its o!u-n.->e on the ni.:r.)::L; .ind p.t.-.-ir.i.; of quarter- uiu-k Pnul Horntiim. fullback Don Aubrey Lev, 1 ;.-. Agjni-; them. MSC to---,-ed tiUiirierbiu k E?rl M or rail and li.iiib.ick Chirer.ce Pe.tks. OkhihonKt. ranked No. 3. {inured to have \ rt another winning Home- coin;:! 1 -: ;or Mi'. 1 old yrads, opening the B", Si-vcn Coiiierenre season aii;tii:-i K;;nsa.^. TTif Sooner, c , set to >trcich their wiiminy. sircak t longest nL'tive string atiions the eol- le^iiui.-i to '.'3 uame?. They've ;ih'e;iny repealed t!:e law of aver- ;tL j ,es in the Big Seven — yoiny through 47 straight munes without a defeat in the conference. Mirn^.ui. No. 1 in the nation, :iiid Maryhuid, dumped to Ifo. 1 this week, appear to have it easy —on paper at least. Michigan had noihina morp serious thnn wmless Nori h we.-tern to t.inyle with in a Biir 10 n^nie. Maryland played an Atlantic Const Conference game .mains: North C;iro!in:t. Duke vs. Ohifi State A p a i r of ton mterseciional mi UK's shared tiie weekend spot- licrht. Duke, chnnip.s of the Oram-e Bowl, and Ohio St;ive, victors in the Ro.-e Bowl, met at Columbus. j Ohio, in a battle of Bowl baron?. I It was a "pick "em" prime, despite P'ridav's College Foolbrdl I ^ fnt ' 1 Ohl ° s '^ e ™ ^^ «'"h Southern California 33. Wiscon-, bacJcficld i n .1 u r i e s. including a .>. ; minor hurt lo All-American Hopa- Utah 27. .Denver 7 | lonsr r ' Southeast MisMiuri Sikt'ston 6. Poplar BIull 0 Cape Ginirdeau 14. Jackson 13 Cairo. 111. 66. Kennett 18 Charleston 20. Caruthersville 13 Ponacpville 39. Dexter 6 Chaffee 12, Hayti 2 Colorado Mines 2(5, Colorado Col-! 1C14C 14 intersectional meet- ,ied unbeaten Wash- Vanderbilt 12. Chfituuiooua 0 Detroit at Boston College, postponed to Siiturday nicht, rain. oileue of Emporia Ii6. McPher- .son (Kan.i 0 ,..„,, , Little Rock JC 48, Hcndnx Port Smith scored on a n-yard (^rk ) 7 drive in the second quarter, with Benny Paddock carrying the final 11 yards, [o jump in Iront of Tulsa. but, ihe Grizzlies couldn't hold the eds;e in the face of the Oklahoma us" brutal running attack. Tulsa. which didn't attempt a pa:i.> during the "ame, d.ove to Missouri Valley 20, (Term.) 2 , Southwestern Okla. Austin Peay 14, Central Baker (Kan.) 25. Friends i In Mie inL,', Bavlor 1111:10:1 at Seattle. Three i m j) o r t a n f conference gjmes a!;;o highliehted the day's schedule. Georgia Tech. No. ,x wa.s confronted by Auburn's bi» bid for n, Soui hen stern Conference crown: Texas Christian No, 7. had .a Conference ambitions Te^as A&^f, beaten only by UCLA; and Cornell and Yale, co-champs of the Ivy League last sea.son. met anew at New Haven. Conn. two tallies in thp final Quarter on 12-7 .. .. quarter when quarterback Henry Roberts started passing. Roberts threw for two touchdowns and set up vwo move with his Hccur,Ue arm. Johnny Messer. one of the best break-away men in the.state, took full benefit of Doyle McKmney's vicious blocking to race 75 yards for Hot Springs' only touchdown. Pine Bluff displayed nn awesome crew of opportunists in ns- Ouachita Ozarks 7 Little Rock Hendrix 7 13, College of the Junior College 48. yurds for the night. The El Dorado Wildcats found surprising stubborness in the Smackover Buckaroos, but man- bnl) games, iified to fight, off the passing, of 1854. Si:otiy McChiin to emerge a winner. El Dorado's offense still is senou>!y hampered by the injury of Jim Mooly, who wa.s used only spi.rin'rly last nit;!; Ga.sion intercepted a Smackover lateral nnd ran ^5 yards to score on El Dorado touchdown. Quar- Hayfi Juniors Get Victory A total of 633.484 fans turned oiibj HAYTI — ason for Eastern Leiigue base- : an increase of 74.246 overs Hayti's Indians beat Kennett's Indians 20-19 in a junior high football contest here. ! Sexton ran two touchdowns for lerback Larkus Pesnell scored j Kennett and Lambert scored the the winning marker on a 29-yard i other. HuifsUuler -cored the extra keeper play. j point. McClain lofted a 40-yard pass to End Jimmy! Skeet Bas.s for Smackover's only ' tally, but the quarterback's, throwing kept the issue in doubt until time ran out. Sanders. Hampton and Howard .scored TDs for Hayti and Sander.? and Hampton made the extras The game was tied 7-7 at, half- BankMon Draper .*. 1ft 135 penalty put the bull back to 'J"'j Penalties , 7 for 45 l i< nnc. Aki-rs kicked from deep in the INIHVUU'AI, lU'SIMNC end y,mv nn first down to the BI.V- Tarries Total That taste of blood really sot U visiting Lopanto Loam in action and Tyer provided the motion. A few minutes later he scampered 12 yards around end (or the first of his four touchdowns. Hugcl- wood plunged for the point. In the second period Tyer brought R Shawnec punt back 52 sulccr yards tor his seco.'id touchdown Mm-llcy Larue I,K kimberlin .... I.T M. Chiles Lti As.hlmni C Daniels KG Gates RT P. Chiles HE Terry QB . IIH . HB Drupel- tried his favorite, the pitrhoiit, and picked seven steps hclorc.bring hauled down by Bratch- cr. Nix lossed too IOUK lo Jordan. but- Draper nnd Nix combined to Kt-t li'[|,, s ,ihe lust dou-n on BlythuvilLc'.s 19. Hodf.e 'IVylni-1 Cun'iiiKi.on picked up five and lluiinicutt .Stotts' I''nulkni'r got four, but then the tltit) j Slaytoi) Bolaml Sp<:nra Johnson .. Kitnev Akers 13 Abbott H Privett 1 Coulter 2 Moore 3 Jayrne '2 1 148 o*M0bi a paw Irom quar-lMah<mcr FB Tyer i wood tinned, llodfje pulled Faulkner down tor n three ynrd IOM nnd Ilnll stopped Faulkner short, of n first, down, MlythevlUc tflhInR over on its own 11. ; Faulkner a Akwfi, AbbotL and H<x%«, who &>L \ Cuninntou 10 Totuls 33 357 10.H SIAIA'llltN 13 2H lkiirr n a 19 Totals 55 208 3.8 LINEUPS Hly tiie ville I'os. Miilvern Hodge LE Biittreal Ratliff LT Cooper Huffman LG — Lancaster Gee C ....Bmshcar.s Hall RG .. Kirkpatrick Spnrks RT Ouin Rounsavall ... RE Jordon Jones QB Nix AktM's HB ... CuiTtiiKton Privett HB Faulkner Abbott FB Bankslon Substitutes: Blytheville — Br;Uchei\ Earls. Coaltor. Moore Hunnicutt, McGuire. Jayroe, Lund- i stedt. Perry, Nelson, Robertson,' a e o r g c , Scott, Humes, Holt. P \vtho. McDerinott, "Jlnyton. Renfro; Malvern -- Di-'ner, Lcvls.soc. I ti j I,ynm., MeDiuucI, Burns, Stone, 8 I Kelly, Quick. t BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 17 8:15 p.m. Adults SOc — Children 15o —Lady Wrestlers—Mixed Tag Match— MISS PATTI NEFF, KARL (Killer) KOWALSKI and BORIS KALMIKOFF —Vs.— MISS EDITH WADE, CHIEF LONE EAGLE and JACK WELCH (10 Minute Time Limit — (test 2 nut of ;i Falls MISS NEFF vs. MISS WADE KOWALSKI vs. WELCH LONE EAGLE vs. KALMIKOFF| 30 Minute Time Llmll

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