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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE SEC Slow Starting Chicks Whip Frayser 21 • 7 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1954 Sikesfon Beats Canifhersville Tigers Suffer First Loss of Season in First Big 8 Tilt By SONNY SANDERS SIKESTON— The Caruthersville Tigers suffered their first defeat of the season -here last night as the Sikeston Bulldog edged out a 13-7 •victory by scoring- a touchdown in the closing- minutes of the game. Late in the* first quarter, Bulldog quarterback Glenn Matthews scored the first touchdown of the game on a line buck from the one that climaxed a 20 yard advance by Murchison/ Sadler Dyer and Largent. The advance was after Sikes- '. ton had recovered a punt by Ca-j nithersviUe's halfback York Hughes Slightly past midway . in the second, Tiger end Jerry McClanahan took a pass from Hughes , and ran 38 yards for Caruthersville's lone touchdown. Al. Pounds kicked -the extra point to give Caruthersville a 7-6 half time margin. Fumble Hurts In the third period Sikeston con- .trolled the ball but were unable to score against a fighting Tiger line. A fumbled pass completion by Tiger end McClanahan got Sikestos 'started on its winning touchdown drive. McClanahan dropped the pass from Bortholomew after having caught it and Sikeston recovered. The Bulldogs then marched 21 yards to., the Tiger 22 from where Bulldog halfback Cooper scored, Lohr kicked th. extra point. • This; was the first Big 8 Conference game for both teams. Starting lineups: Erratic Tribe Cops 3rd Win of Season Continued from Page 1 runs by Abbott ana Edgmon setting up the touchdown. . Taking over on a punt at their own 24, Abbott was dispatched wide to the flank and got good blocking as he. -whipped off 17 yards to the 43. Edgmon tried the other side and got 22 before being pushed out of bounds at the Frayser 34. • With the Scoreboard clock showing 6:05 until half time, Akers scooted through a hole at tackle Sikeston Blackwell .Lay .......... ;L-E. ; Willis L.T. Pounds ...... L-G. Richards ..... C. . Taylor ...... R':G. Grigory ..... R.T. McClanahan . R.E. ........, Lohr Bortholomew Hughes ....... L,H L. Cook . McGill .. Ragains .... Moll Edmiston . Lathom ... Webb Q.B. Matthews ... Largent R.H. ... Murchison F.B. Dyer NFL Season Opens Sunday Six Games on Tap; Rams Play Baltimore, Cardinals Meet Giants Associated Press Sports Writer Six games, headed by the meetings of the champion Detroit Lions And the Chicago Bears at the Motor City and the Philadelphia Eagles and the Cleveland Browns, Eastern Division kings, at Philadelphia, open the 35th National Football League season Sunday. : The Los Angeles Rams visit Baltimore, Chicago's Cardinals enter- tarn-the New York Giants, Washington pays a visit to San Francisco and Pittsburgh travels to Green Bay in the other league openers. ins Hand Jonesboro 66-6 Defeat Harrison High's Dragons brough a punt back 75 yards for a touch .down in the early minutes las night and then blew the game wid< ' open as they shellacked the' Eski moes of Jonesboro's Booker T Washington High 66-6 in Jonesboro last night. Charles Sanders brought the punt back behind good blocking to ge the Dragons started. Sanders led the Blytheville team with four touchdowns. Also scoring in the marathon were Bobby Strickland and Richie Sanders, two touchdowns each; and William Ray and Richard Earl Stokes one each. Strickland also scored three extra points. Defensive leaders for the Dragons were Curtis Smith, R. D. Broadwater, James Dawson, James Northern, Elfaert Dean and Clarence Malone. Next Friday night the Dragons will play the West Memphis Lions under Haley Field's lights. Bodily Temperatures No matter what atmospheric temperatures man can edure on this earth, he has a small chance of living if his body temperature ever drops to 93 degrees, or rises to 110; and even to stray outside the 97-to-101-degree range usually NFL teams will play 72 regular season games, 12 each, before the season winds up Dec. 19 at Cleve- .and with the Browns and Detroit- playing a game originally scheduled for Oct. 2, but postponed because of the World Series. The games will be played on two Saturday afternoons, nine Saturday nights and the balance on Sundays. The title game is scheduled for Dec. 26 in-the home of 'he Eastern champion. Eastern Western Cleveland ••-..: Detroit Philadelphia- ...... San Francisco New York .,. Los Angeles Washington Chicago Bears Pittsburgh Green Bay Chicago Cardinals ......Baltimore New Coaches Debut Five new coaches, Wilbur Ewbank at Baltimore, Jim Lee Howell at New York, Walt Kiesling with Pittsburgh, Joe Kuharich with Washington and Lisle Blackburn at Green Bay, will head their teams in the openers. None of these, with the possible exception of the Giants, figures to be in the title picture. Exhibition records indicate that Detroit has an. even stronger team than won the NFL title the past two years. San Francisco's 49ers and the Los Angeles Rams figure to give the Lions a battle for top honors in the Western division. In the East, Cleveland has been hit hard by injuries and retirement of star players. But the Browns still have Otto Graham, a great oasser, and Lou Groza, one of the op conversion and field goal kickers of all time. for five to pull the defense in and then Quarterback Bobby Jones sent Edgmon driving inside the right end 29 yards for the touchdown. Fisher kicked the- extra point, his first of three for the night. By this time the Rams found themselves sadly lacking pepper as Blytheville. linemen, in one of their better spurts of the night leaked through the Rams' line in twos jand threes and they were forced to punt at their own 40 after three fruitless efforts. The kick was a short 23-yarder which Akers promptly brought back to midfield. Pass Sets Up Second Akers and Jones on T plays"! 1 picked up seven yards each to move to the Frayser 3G from where Akers hit end Freddie Hodge with his only pass completion of the night, a 17-yarder 'to the 19 to set up Blytheville's second touchdown. Abbott and Fisher drove for the first down on the Frayser nine with only one minute to go in the fralf. Edgmon got five at right tackle and Akers tried the other side for one to the three yard line from where Fisher plunged over Orioles Plight-Too FREDDY NEARLY MADE IT — Just one lone tackier stood between Chickasaw Halfback Freddy Akers and a 90-yard kickoff return last night. Akers is shown on a 56-yard runback of the kickoff which opened the second half, placing the ball on the Frayser 35. One more block would have sprung the little halfback. (Courier News Photo) ers Too Few Victories By BEN PHLEGAR Associated Press Sports Writer The Baltimore Orioles end their first season of operations today with a surplus of managers, a shortage of playing talent, a seventh-place finish and more than a million customers through the turnstiles. for the score. Fisher got an appreciated assist from a Frayser lineman on the extra point try as his low kick bounced off the unidentified lienman's helmet through the uprights to give Blytheville a 14-0 halftone margin. A pass interception by Abbott set up the Chicks' final tally with 8:04 remaining in the third stanza. The Chicks drove to the Frayser is a sign that something is wrong. ' ship. The Philadelphia Eagles, best of- ensive team in the league last r ear and bolstered by the addition 'f Notre Dame fullback Neil Wor- .eri, appear to be Cleveland's chal- enger in the East with the Giants n outside possibility. The only head-on clash of pre- eason favorites • in the opening ound of games is the Cleveland- 'hiladelphia game before an ex- ected 40,000 fans at huge Munici- al Stadium i n Philadelphia. It's a ame that could have an important bearing on the Eastern champion- ball on downs. Then Pickle, who stayed in the Chicks' hair all night, tried a bold, gambling pass play on third down but Abbott hauled the aerial in at the 28 to start the Chicks goalward again. Edgrmon Again Akers tightened the Rams' defense again with a two yard stab at tackle, then Edgmon, on a cross buck from the T, scooted through a gaping hole at tackle 26 yards to pay dirt. "Fisher kicked the 21st point with the clock showing 7:22 remaining in the period. Blytheville's substitutes started filling in at this point and Frayser's offense began to click again. However, the scrubs stood the Rams off, with the help of a few remaining first stringers, for more than 10 minutes before yielding Frayser its only touchdown. The Rams got their lone score on an 80 yard sustained drive that! started from an automatic touch back on a punt by Fisher, A 24 yard pass completion tha was batted into the hands of th. receiver by Danny Edgmon, wa. the spark that set the drive mov ing. Edgmon attempted to bat Me Adams' pass down but knocked i over his head into the waiting arms, of halfback Elmer Wilson, who moved to the 50. Fullback Glenn Briggs sawed four yards off at tackle and then Pickle, on a nice piece of running on the quarterback keep, movec Pine Bluff Defeats Ft. Smith; No. Little Rock Tops Camden By TOM DYGARD Of THE ASSOCLVTED PRESS In football they say if a play is run correctly it will go for yardage even if the opposition knows what's coming. . The Pine Bluff Zebras probably will vouch for that axiom today after using the same man on the, same play time and again to beat the Fort Smith Grizzlies 25-14 at Fort Smith last night. " • A back named Royce White found a play that couldn't miss- hit right guard and cut to the left— and he rode the play for two touchdowns and much of the Pine Bluff yardage. The victory gave Pine' Bluff its first Big Seven triumph of the season and handed the" slim Grizzlies their second conference loss, In other Big Seven games Little Rock lost to Istrouma High o f Baton Rouge 36-20, giving up the most points yielded by any Tiger team since 1916; North Little Rock slipped past Camden 14-7; El Dorado trampled Ouachita Parish High of Monroe, La., 34-13 behind the fired-up running of Bobby Bates; Longview, Tex., shellacked Texarkana 41-7, and Benton beat helpless Hot Springs 6-0. Came From Behind Little Bock suffered its second straight loss to out-of-state competition. Istrouma is considered one of the top Louisiana prep teams, j and they showed the Tigers their wares by coming from behind and handing the Little Rock defense its Pirates Top Trumann 19-0 for Second Win BURDETTE — Burdette's Pirates scored one touchdown in the first half and two in the last here last night to turn back Trumann by a 19-0 score for their second win in three starts this season. for the first down to the Blytheville 28. Halfbacks Bill Stacy and Wilson picked up more than enough for another first down to the Blytheville 15 from where Pickle, on the option play, elected to keep and circled end for the touchdown. Pickle also got the seventh point on a sneak. The Rams kicked off and the ball game ended with Eugene Stephens returning the kick to the Blytheville 40. Starting lineups: Blytheville Pos. L.E. Frayser Sanders Bell . Gammon Whitehead — Arnett . . Crisweli NWA Orders Rematch For Wrestling Tifie Red Roberts, who was defeated ' a couple of weeks ago in + . £e , - *" — -"•"-'^ite^Ci.vS.WilJ nis effort to wrest the southern junior heavyweight belt from Ray Pirett, will get another chance at the prize here Monday night. A return match between the two has been ordered by the National Wrestling Alliance because of a protest leveled by Roberts after his loss to Pirett. The return bout has been booked by Promoter Mike Meroney as the main event of the American Legion's Weekly bouts at Memorial Auditorium Monday night. And, in addition to the championship brawl, another best two of three falls affair has been booked as a preliminary event. This one will pit Prince Omar igainst Don Fields. Roberts, who Was champion before Pirett won the belt from him, protested to the NWA because ring side officials over ruled Referee Virgil Hatfield in the decision. Herb Langston, who represented the NWA at the bout, overruled •Hatfield when he counted Pirett out. Pirett's feet were draped across a rope at the time *nd Langston ruled that he was out of the ring. On-the grounds of Roberts' protest, th« NWA ordered the rematch. Pirett, ft raisgy. Frenchman who woks more like a mile runner than m does a heavyweight wrestler, won the southern belt from Rob- trt* thr«t months ago. Rounsavall Fisher _ Nail L.G'. Cobb C Hall R G. Shanks R.T. Hedge R.E. Jones Q.B. Akers L.H Stac Edgmon R.H Wilso Abbott F B. ... Brigg Substitutions: Blytheville — Gee Fong, Langston, Bratcher, Huff man, Carney. Adams. Mexley, Earls Privett, Stephens, Polsgrove. Fray ser — Rineheart, Cook, Guilliand Riley, McAdams, Daniels, Grubbs Scoring Touchdowns: Blytheville— Edgmon 2, Fisher. Frayser—Pickle Extra Points: Blytheville—Fisher 3 Frayser — Pickle. Officials — Zacl, Curlin, referee; Latham Graham umpire; Haggard Cherry, field judge; Carol Smith, head linesman Team Records B'ville Frayser First Downs 12 9 Yds. Rush 244 100 Pass Att 4 8 Comp i 2 Yds. Pass 17 28 Fumbles 6 2 Oppts. Fuir.b. Rec. .1 3 Punt Avg. . ........ l for 5 for 25 19 Penalties 3 for 25 none Individual Records Blytheville Player Tries Gnd. Avg. Edgmon 10 Akers Fisher Abbott Jones Totals flayer Wilson Pickle Briggs Stacy Rineheart . night in 36 years. The Tigers have suffered worse defeats — by numerical margins — but no team since the 1916 Memphis Central outfit had made more than 45 points on the Tigers. Central won the 1916 game 52-0. Oddly enough, another team that made 45 points on Little Rock was beaten. That was in 1951 when Clarksdale, Miss., Was outscored 48-45. North Little Rock's Wildcats led in only one department—scoring— to beat the Camden Panthers. The Panthers were the whole show in first downs, yards' rushing, yards passing— but they bogged at the goal line. One of North Little Rock's touchdowns came on a 35- yard pass and an aerial play covering 71 yards set up the other.. El Dorado's Bobby Bates, an all- Southern prep halfback last season, ran wild at Monroe. He scored four touchdowns with runs of 48, 14, 63 and 25 yards. He raced 85 yards nto the end zone on another occasion, only to have it returned by , penalty. He also booted four xtra points. Texarkana Beaten Texarkana's Razorbacks ran into a firecracker outfit at Longview. Champion Ray Pirctt Totals 41 100 2.44 The Texans coasted through the irst half, scoring only one touch- own, and then lowered the boom in the last two periods with five scoring shots from midfield. Hot Springs fell to Benton 6-0, marking the Trojans' third consecutive game without a score. In District 1AA competition, Van Buren won an important 32-13 victory over Rogers, which shows that a year can make a lot of difference. Last year the Mountaineers of Rogers were undefeated and Van Buren failed to win a game. The Deweil Basham to Pete Collier passing combination clicked for three touchdowns. Subiaco Wins Subiaco edged Fayetteville 26-25 in the other 1AA game, despite a tremendous one-man show'by Fay- tteville's Donny Stone. Tailback Stone scored all the Fayetteville ;ouchdowns and racked up a net yardage gain of 218, in contrast with Subiaco's team total of 199 Jonesboro lost to Clarksdale, Miss., 32-20 in a game that coutns m the Golden Hurricane's 2AA re- :ord and Russellville beat Conway ;4-7 in the only 3AA game this veek end. The favorites clung to the role n 4AA with Magnolia turning back ?rossett 20-13 and Smackover de- eating Hope 19-6 in the only con- erence games scheduled. .ook, Junior — Milk )oe* Moire a Difference CLEVELAND (/P)—Bob Avila, the ileveland Indian second baseman ays milk is the reason for a recent cost in his batting average. "I do nothing different now hen I bat," Avila' said. "Must be am stronger. Maybe because I rink so much milk. I drink milk 11 the time." • Football Scores County Blytheville 21, Frayser 7 West Memphis 34, Osceola 0 Burdette 19", Trumann 0 Hayti 6. Wilson 0 Shawnee 13, Marion 0 State North Little Rock 14, • Camden El Dorado 34, Monroe La., 13 Istrouma (Baton Rouge, La.) 46 Little Rock 20 Longview, Tex., 41. Texarkana Pine Bluff 25, Fort Smith 14 Benton 6, Hot Springs 0 Magnolia 20 Crossett 13 Subiaco 26, Fayetteville 25 Arkadelphia 26, Prescott 6 Clarksdale, Miss 32, Jonesboro 2( Newport 32, Walnut Ridge 0 Van Buren 32, Rogers 13 Fordyce 32, Bearden 6 Springdale 6, Harrison 6 (tie) Paragould 7, Batesville 7 (tie) Bald Knob 6, Searcy 6, (tie) Warren 13, Watson Chapel 12 Nashville 13, Malvern 6 Stuttgart 34, Catholic High (Little Rock) 0 East High (Memphis 12, Central (Helena) 0 Beebe 12, McCrory 0 Bryant 13, Deaf School (Little Rock) 12 Greenwood 20, Danville 0 Ozark 12, Booneville 0 Bentonville 19, Siloam Springs 7 Smackover 19, Hope 6 Mountain Home 27, Clinton 13 Forrest City 21, Brinkley 12 Augusta 32, Des Arc 6 Morrilton 33, Dardanelle 0 Lake Village 40. Rison 13 Marianna- 24, Clarendon 20 Sheridan 25. Lonoke 6 ' Dumas 45, Eudora 6 Wynne 39, Parkin 26 Gould 6, Hazen 0 Poplar Bluff 34, Piggott 13 McGehee 14, Hamburg 13 Hughes 31, Barton 7 Carlisle 20, Bismarck 0 Holly Grove 27, Gillette 26 Bauxite 25, Jacksonville 0 • Cotton Plant 40, Elaine 19 Southeast Missouri Portageville 21. Maiden 12 Chaffee 13, Jackson 12 St. Vincent's (Perryville 82. E. Prairie 0 Cape Girardeau 7, Cairo, 111., 7 Charleston 39, Kennett 0 Sikeston 13, CaruthersviHe 7 EAST Thiel 19, St. Vincent (Pa) 6 Morris Harvey (WVa) 34, Otterbein 7 MIDWEST Denver 33, Drake 13 j Southeastern Okla 38, Ouachita 34 Doane 21, Midland 6 Simpson 20, Central (Mo) 0 Western Illinois 26, St. Ambrose j (Iowa) 18 Wayne (Mich) 13. Louisville 0 Augustana (Rock Island, 111) 18, Carthage 15 College of Emporia 49, Baker (Kan) 6 Iowa Wesley an 28, Central (Iowa) 20 " Missouri Valley 6, Northeast Missouri 0 Kansas Wesleyan 21, Bethany (Kan) 0 , Eastern New Mexico 14, Southwestern (Kan) 7 Central Okla 33, Northwestern Okla 13 Concordia (Seward, Neb) 18, Westmar, 18 Tarkio 31, Culver Stockton 8 Bethel (Kan) 18, McPherson 13 SOUTH Miami (Fla) 51, Furnian 12 + Paced by tailback W. T. Langley, the single wing Pirates pushed across a score midway in the first quarter when Langley broke loose at the Trumann 20 to go all the" way. Then the Pirates hung on with some fine defensive work that three times stopped Truman touchdowns bids. 55 Yard Pan Play After scoreless second and third periods the Pirates broke away for two touchdowns in the final stanza with scoring one and passing for the other. A pass play that carried 55 yards from Langley to end Don Payne, accounted for Burdette's second touchdown early in the fourth. Then late in the period after stopping a Trumann bid on the Burdette 30, the Pirates drove 70 yards for their last counter with Langley running the last 30 yards. The Pirates will be at home again next week when they play host to Osceola's Seminoles. • For their final two games against the Chicago White Sox, the Orioles had four, that's right four, managers — Rogers Hornsby, who hasn't been near the club in two seasons, Marty Marion, who also runs the White Sox, Jimmy Dykes and Paul Richards. As of Sunday it will be Richards all alone. Hornsby has had his last payment on a 3-year contract with the old St. Louis Browns and Marion, fired last season, has finished his contract. Dykes, working on a 1-year deal, has been replaced by Richards. The seventh-place finish is one notch higher than the club finished a year ago when it operated in St. Louis. But the won and lost record will be exactly the same unless the Orioles win today. The crowd total of 1,046,155 through last night is 333,237 above the all-time St. Louis record. Richards sat in the press box last night as his new team beat his old team 2-1 on a five-hitter by bonus rookie Billy O'Dell, his first major league victory. Elsewhere in the majors yesterday" the Detroit Tigers whipped the pennant-winning Cleveland Indians 6-4. Philadelphia surprised the New York Yankees 5-1. Washington won twice at Boston, 1-0 in 11 innings and 6-4. Milwaukee finished out its protested game with Cincinnati and won 4-3, then defeated St. Louis 4-2 in the first three-team doubleheader in baseball history. Brooklyn shaded Pittsburgh 6-5 ^ and the champion New York. Giants split at Philadelphia, winning 1-0 and" losing 4-2. Cleveland's loss left the Indians only two games in which to break the all-time winning record of 110 games in the American League. Arnold Portocarrero of the Athletics, one of the only bright spots in the, Philadelphia picture, held the Yankees to five hits while Jack Littrell and' Lou Liminer hit home runs. Stabbs -Beats Boston Chuck Stobbs of the Senators beat his old Boston mates for the fourth time this year as he went all the way in the 11-inning victory. The double defeat dropped the Red Sox into a fourth-place tie with Detroit and left Washington only a game away from first division.- WASHINGTON (ff>)— Marty Fur- jol was deadlocked with Gene Littler today for the lead in the $40 000 "World Series of golf." Each stood at 135-seven under par as the field moved into the third round of the 72-hole tournament. Littler shot 66 yesterday, Furgol 68 Richmond 40, Hampden-Sydney 0 Randolph Macon 31, Newport Vews Apprentice 7 Eastern Kentucky 26, Middle renn 0 FAR WEST Southern California 27, Pitt 7 Arizona State (Tempe) 28 Brigham Young 19 Terry's Running Paces Shawnee And Indians Cop 13-0 Decision from Marion's Spartans MARION—Halfback Stanley Terry paced a rejuvenated Shawnee ball club to a 13-0 victory over Marion's Spartans here last night.' Terry scored on plunges of three and four yards in the second and fourth quarters. Billy LaForge kicked one of his two extra point attempts. . The versatile Terry, who oiily became eligible this week when his parents moved from Keiser to the Shawnee district, played halfback, quarterback and defensive end as he led the Indians to victory. Powerful Punt Terry also uncorked a beautiful punt when he kicked from the Shawnee 46 out of bounds on the Marion seven. A hustling Shawnee defense bot- tled'Marion's running attack, which penetrated Indian territory only three times during the evening. Regular quarterback Harvey Seymour sat out last-night's affair. The Indian starter is expected to be out with an injury for about six weeks. Starling and Terry took over at his slot. Baseball Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PEESS NATIONAL LEAGUE W L New York . .... 96 56' Brooklyn 90 62 .. 88 64 Pet. .632 .592 .579 .487 .487 .467 .408 .349 GB Milwaukee . Cincinnati 74 78 Philadelphia . ..74 78 St. Louis 71 81 Chicago 62 90 Pitsburgh 53 99 Saturday's Schedule St. Louis at Milwaukee Pitsburgh at Brooklyn New York at Philadelphia (N) Cincinnati at Chicago Friday's Results Milwaukee 4, Cincinnati 3 (completion of protested game) Milwaukee 4, St. Louis 2 New York 1-2, Philadelphia 0-4 Brooklyn 6, Pittsburgh 5 AMERICAN LEAGUE W Cleveland 110 New York 102 . Chicago 93 Boston 67 Detroit 67 Washington Baltimore Shawnee Pos. Marion LaForge L.E E. Hale Bagley L.T Beard Daniels L.G. .. G. Billings Gwaltney C Robbins L 42 50 60 85 85 86 99 102 GB Pet. .724 .671 8 .608 17Vi .441 43 .441 43 .434 44 .353 60 .329 ... 66 ... 54 Philadelphia .. 50 Saturday's Schedule Detroit at' Cleveland Philadelphia at- New York (N) Washington at Boston Friday's Results Detroit 6, Cleveland 4 Philadelphia 5, New York 1 Washington 1-6, Boston 0-4 (1st game 11 innings) Baltimore 2, Chicago 1 Housman R.G Baioni Kimberlin ... R.T. ... Blackford Brooks R.E Drane Starling Q.B. ... J. Robbins Terry H.B Flowers Stacks H.B Fratesi Mahoney .... H.B. .. McCracken Substitutes: Shawnee—F. Chiles. M. Chiles, D. Jenkins, J. Jenkins, Dean, Hill, LaRue; Marion—R. Hale, Williams, Ma-, hue, Powell, Sides, Curlin. MINOR LEAGUE PLAYOFF Dixie Series Best-of-7 Houston TL 5, Atlanta SA 2 Houston leads 3-1 American Association 1 Best-of-7 Louisville 10, Indianapolis 7-10 innings—Louisville leads 2-1. Soldiers' Shoes Soldiers' shoes were made of pieces of heavy leather, shaped to the foot, with simple thongs to hold them in place, as late as the days of Julius Caesar. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Sept. 27 8:15 p.m. Adults 50c — Children 15c RETURN CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH FOR SOUTHERN JUNIOR HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP Red Roberts protested the decision in their last match here Sept. 13 to the National Wrestling Alliance and that body ordered a return match, A representative of the NWA will be in charge and conduct the match and the NWA will appoint the refree. RAY PIRETT «. RED ROBERTS (CHAMPION) (FORMER CHAMPION) 90 Mimitt Timt Limit—Btit 2 Out of 3 Foils DON FIELDS vs. PRINCE OMAR One Hour Tim* Limit— tat 2 Out of 3 Falls

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