The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1955 · Page 10
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PAGE WHT B1TTHEYJU.E (ARtf.V OOCRTflR MONDAY, OCTORKR 11. 1!>S8 Razorback Ground Attack and Pass Defense Standout in 27-20 Texas Win Porkers Look Like Last Year's Champs By ADKEN COOPER LITTLE ROCK (AP) — in a way, the Arkansas Razorbacks looked like the 1954 champions Saturday in the 27-20 victory over Texas. They didn't make a single aer-; trround offense went so well ihni jous mistake and they played conservatively almost all the way. They intercepied five Longhorn passes and took the ball from the Texans once on a fumble. In another sense, the game emphasized the change from Boivdeu Wyatt's single wing to the pigeon- toed split T of Jack Mitchell. The they passed only three tunes. Two Great Fullbacks Henry Moore and Gerald Nesbitl, the two Arkansas fullbacks, carried the offense. Moore ran for 115 yards and established a new all- time hifih for Arkansas ground gainers. He now has more than 1.500 yards in 2 : -_> seasons. Nesbiti Razorbacks ran up more than 3001 picked up 79 yards. yards on the ground and the ^-^ '"" r]n « Jf? Swink Still Has Offensive Lead; Roach in Second DALLAS ifl—The Texas Aggies slowed Texas Christian's J im fiwink down some but not enough for him to lose hia leaderships in Each made a 47-yard run and each plunged for /almible short yardage when the Razorbacbs were close to the Texas goal line. Halfback Preston Carpenter set j up ihe lirst, Arkansas score with] a 40-yard run that pin the ball on! the 5-yard line. Quarterba ckj George Walker sneaked the last ; yard. The Hogs drove 80 yards for their second touchdown with Quarterback Don Christian traveling" the last few inches. Halfback Ronnie Underwood scored the third and fourth touchdowns on pitchout plays that covered three and H yards. 203 Yards in 1st Half The Razorbacks gained 203 yard? Southwest Conference ball-carrying j u t" e first half in building a ,1-0 1 lead iind they effectively stopped and total offense last week. j The Horned Frog star had his) worst day as the Aggies whipped | TCU 19-16, but it still was a very} good afternoon. Swink ran for 85 yards to bring his ball-toting to 56B yards in five games- That was 151 yards better than Henry Moore of Arkansas, who got 115 yards against Texas. Swink's leadership shrunk a !it- He in total offense when John Roach, Southern Methodist quarterback, made 60 yards passing and SO rushing against Rice, but Swink., •whoK yardage all has been on the | ground, still leads In total offense "by W yards over Roach. Clements Slumps Joe Clements. Texa« passer, also! •lumped but retained his leadership. Arknnsas held him to 47 yards. He has completed 43 passes in 18 throws for 499 yards. Roach }* second with 357 yards on 26 connections in 84 tries. Roach became Ihe leading punter as he ran his average to 41.1 yards on 14 kicks and took over as top! punt returner with an average 01 ; 18.8 on six runs. Menan Schrlewer of Texas is the] leading pass-receiver with 14 i catches for 176 yards. Th(1 football witrs made things ' Texas A&M moved up on TexusU«ugh lur the pickers last. week. Both Christian in team offense. The AR-|°» experts »"d amateurs alike, gies are averaging 311.8 yards per: _Courier N<;ws nrld pickers felt the game to 343.2 for TCU-. The latter Hlso still leRds m rietnn.se, giving <» nd hnttprod up lflfi.2 per contest, but A&M the passing of the much publicized sophomore. Joe Clemenls. It was veteran quarterback Charley Brew- lead. Fullback Delano Womack .scored first for Tex a.s and Brewer's passes accounted for the last two touchdowns. An interception by Christian hailed one late Longhorn rally and sophomore center Jay Dona than grabbed another Texas aerial on the la.it play of the game. Mitchell rated the Porkers' pass defense the most, improved part of their game. He also was pleased with the Arkansas line play. It was the first major victory for Arkansas and the fourth loss in five games for Texas. Grid Pickers Take Lumps From Upsets Snider, Roberts, Kaline, Ford Cop Baseball Honors ST. LOUIS ',PI — Duke Snider. Rjbm Hobvru, Al Kaline and \\' hit ey Ford a re the mils i a nd ing ijlayers and pitchers of ihe National and American Leagues in an i-p.mi:\l poll by the Sporting News, i;;uioi:a! baseball weekly. The new.-paper reported results of ii.s poll Saturday. : Al' four selections came from •i 1 .-? league champions in 1954 as Bobby Avila and Bob Lemon of the rievehirtd Indians were named in the Anu'rii:;m and Willie Mays and •Johnny AmunelH of the New York G:ai;*» in the National. Robert?, who finished his sixth . liO-vir.nry season for the Phi^del- p:i:a Phillips, was the only player 1 M \vin easily as he topped Don \ Newuombe of the Brooklyn Dodg- !er*. 113-46. Snider, outfielder for . t IIP world champion Dodgers who :: ied a flub record with 42 homers, i won over teammate Roy Campa- i neila. 51 Votes to 39. | The 20-year-olci Kaline of De;n->ii. who led both leagues with a .340 batting mark, topped Boston's Ted Williams by 10 votes while Ford of tiie American League ihampion New York Enforced Football Code By NCAA Would Mean Everybody Suspended Poole lo its football By HAKKY CICAVSON MDA Sports Killlor Louisiana State announces the appointment of George (Barney) coaching staff "to contact prospective student athletes." And this doesn't mean that the old end will have to dig up Phi Beta Kappas or confine his prowling to the bayou country. On the -same sports page, Clar- \ . Houston docs not name the .schools j ton reporting tMi ence P. iPop- Houston, president who refuse to testily that .they are j — outline too d of the Nariona! Collegiate Athletic ! fully living up to the NCAA code,. Association, says thai all but 13 'Judging by what's going on in the of 456 member institutions have .scouting department, they mun be certified they are in compliance guilty of kidnaping, wilh the organization's rules and The two items—the namhij; of regulations. Poolt 1 as a talent, scout and Hous- SWC TangTe~~ May Clear This Week By TIIE ASSOCIATED I'RKSS The tangle at the top of the Southwest Conference, football race will be partially cleared this week as the comeback kids of Texas A&M meet Baylor's Bears in the big one at College r>l-39 margin over. Billy Pierce tf ;he Chicago White Sox. Three teams—Texas A&rM. Eiiy- : Yankees had | Ior ant( southern Methodist—are at Co r!; n a. wear a hooded trim and na\ \ worn -A .'h a i and navy blue The snow hoots trim and red Campbell Speedboat Trial Fails McDonald Ignites OU Ground Attack NORMAN. Okla. tAPi — Tommy McDonald. Oklahoma's and hi,, crew, working far into the sons but it came at the end of a 4-game surge that put the Aggies LAS VEGAS, Nev. i.fl — Don ; ln a lie wl ~ (h Texas Christian and Campbell of England and his wa-j Baylor in the season standings <er-soaked jet propelled hydro- Each has won follr nnd los , one . plane, the Bluebird, hope for an- Almost as shocking as the other day of speed but not like | Aggies' triumph over swaggering ^ivf Y •-; Texas Christian was Southern w ' lat 1 ' la PP enf!a ' Methodist's decisive 20-0 victory The, Bluebird failed to break its | Ri th team volcd lllost "And^eVi'tti* in Lake Mead! 1 **' <° — "">« "» »" \vhile being towed back to shore an hour after the attempt. Vicious swells brought on by Sunday pleasure craft drivers in scores of boats probably were the reason j [or the twin misfortunes. Campbell tied for the lead with the campaign near ing the half-way mark. Southern Methodist will stay there because H has an intersectional game Saturday, taking on futile Kansas at Lawrence. The once downtrodden Aggies whipped the conference's last undefeated, untied team Saturday as Touchdown-- in the second they toppled Texas Christian 19-16_ th:rd quimcl .,; enabled Captain and it made them willing favorites ; Carr8 n Knupp's team to conquer for the title. ! the football forces of Capuin Larry It was the first conference vie-. Baker by a score of 12-6 in "Y" lory for Aggieland in two full sea- ; r 0 uch football league play at Little Knapps Beat Bakers in 'Y' Touch Football Park Friday afternoon. Behind 12-0. Baker's team came storming back in the fourth period.: !r ^ ^ liinf -00 racked up one score and were '"---• ]y the Gilbert and Sullivan dealings which go on in pressure coilone looumll. Houston i.s a busy ma:: as vice- president of Tut'us. An educator, he c;m be expected 10 know as mtirh , about, the r-hf.'nnan:g:in? of coilejie football a.s the Ambassador from j Iran. While lie .sounds off on sweei- j ness and light, Louisiana Stats i makes a simple announcement chut 1 it. is payinq a talent hustler smack | on the tnble. | If the NCAA f»r.:n:-i-cc: \vh;',t am i !<!o.sc-ly called it.s rules a.:d retiu- i !;i:;ons. »".Trv :-e;i; of li\\i'iiinc play'. ing miijor football would be sus- i And Sewanee and m;ivbe Tufts | would wind up in the Rase Bowl. i Louisiana State is to be com; pliinented on it= frankness. All ; .Sfhf'o'. 1 ? phivmy the hiphly-treared I ijaine have hustled gigantic young I men and spml boys for 40 years. ! Thoa- with high standing in up. per clashes make the best deal*' at schools a bit more choosy aca- I The inn re valuable roachincr as- pistiuit? have the best way with the parents of kins-si^ed football rlayrrs. I wonder how Professor Hoiistcn thinks all tho.se Penn.iyl- ViMiin stalwarts drift .south or to. say, i!iL-hla,Tn Stnt". Wonrifr what hs f.iv-k= Rip MiHpr. the old seadoff, ha> brrn do;no- af Nan- lor.g enough to bs 1 ar: admiral. Th? work 50os on tji-herpver therft arp rich cafe receipts. Tlip high 51'honl foiMball plavpr if scouted murh more (horouehly and rushed more intensively than a bas"b?Il pl'-iver with bin league povsibilitif". You npftj o n no f ar (h"r than th« slick concsrc brochures. In cxnpr,- sivp rolnr print jobs, earn school nrr.-pris Hip doop on its squad. Ma for IPHEIIP basr-bftl! clubs could Irani a Ipfwon in promotion. Chans nsuallv list onlv a handful weighing , ^e boys, ohviouslv. do no) Just again threatening when lime ran walk 11 P nn(I enroll. To land MIR out. .-superior OUPS. it frequenth- takes After a scoreless first period, m winch Kir.ipp's team hcid on tiie • " :1M s three, after Baker had received P''°P the opening kick-off, the Knapps ' as Yon fleet left halfback, adds the .spnrk that detonates the explosive ground attack of the third-ranked Sooners. second with 209. Pro Contracts Refused By Hood, Rosewall SYDNEY. Australia lift — Ken Rosewall and Lew Hoad. Australia's 20-year-old Davh Cup tiVins, turned their backs on lucrative professional contract today and announced they would remain tennis amateurs. American promoter Jack Kramer had offered the two $50,000 each to join his rroujie. Only last week, j Kramer signed America's No. 1 J Davis Cupper Tony Trabert, for' an.estimated $75.000 j Mississippi, Tennessee, Maryland, But Rosewafc.and H oad decuk-d ; Tt , sns A '. and M., Homion. Wake to stay with tne .sporting goods companies for which they work. In addition, Rosewall has been freed to do part lime work for a milk company, which will britiK his salary to an estimated $G,60lJ ;i year. Lightniny-iike .->peod i.-u'i all blond bullet has to oiler to ki iilivf Oklahoma's *J3-yfinie winn .streak. He's completed six oul blows that rose from the underlings of ihe nation's top teams into oblivion. Compared with previous performances, this week's tally of entries looks like child's play. The winner stumbled on right, guesses and there wore just about that many major upsets on the nation's gridirons. Winner was Terry Wright of 811 Honrn. Blytheviile. Another entry, .lorry Loveludy of! nine passes with a peci 2i!25 Chickasawbii, missed only eight nnn peg as J IP sweeps also but was edged out by Wright on the Arkansas-Texas .score. Both picked Arkansas to win, but. Wright got closer with a 21-17 guess. Lovelady had it 21-7. Four others missed only nine. These wore Tra Bohjuimg, Ronnie Ellis, Mrs. Catherine Smith, and Mrs. Jimmy Gean, all of Blyihe- •ille. Here are the winning teams: Arkansas, Afichigun State, Duke, i this f.'ill. In high •; ran iuu yard's in id m the New Mex- .-chool iiit't'i his ser \\on three fnvsi |)hices, ami J^0-y;trd da^iii 1 ,-. and lo\v hurdlt's in i .-h:rh he M'l 11 s:nrc rcroi'd ol 19.5 : cvutids. The S-ioot. 9-mch mdu-:n.i! edu- L'aiioii nnijor u^os his ^poed ti> good son opened. j Baylor was out 01 the conference " league's' 180 ol iiftt-r tiikintc the \iitctioiit. McDonald 1 hasn't had n tosa inteucpU'd tuiri the option pass play has earned night, pulled the 4,000-pound craft out of the water from a depth estimated at 50 feet or more and hauled it back ashore. The young Britisher, who .set the international record, in England i last July with a speed of 202.32 j miles an hour, said it would take about four weeks to get the craft ready for any more speed trials. wars "out en nance a intersectional prestige with a 13-7! Max Porter heaved 28 yards victory over undefeated, untied.; Loveless, who stepped out Washington. Arkansas at Ole Miss Arkansas, already on the ropes with two conference defeats. snapped out of it for an hour of triumph at Liitle Rock nnd it was hapless Texas, making- its start in the title race, that was the victim. I Arkansas whipped Texas 27-20. There are two conference games .scheduled Saturday Baylor and Rice — A&M Texas Hi The 90th Yale-Harvard crew race, America's oldest intercollegiate athletic rivalry, will be held June 17 on the Thames River in New London, Conn. Austin — while three members of the league try for intersectional glory. SMU will undoubtedly be a solid favorite over Kansas. Texas Christian plays Miami at Miami in a night game while Arkansas meets Mississippi at Oxford. bounds immediately. On the next play, Loveless breezed 31 yards behind good intereference for another six-pointer. On the ensuing kick-off, the Bak-, ber—and maybe " ers uncorked a march to the Knapp ' 11 before being- held for clowns. Af- -. ... ter Knapp failed to gain and punt- J'mpSQn Idle eci out. they came rishi b;ick 10 • nnrnximniPly thre^-qnantcns of the "'Iks 'hat Old Shva?h is Ihe spot fnr th-ir nride and jor in hirmnr education, next re.id in the brochnrn inrnns Kin Riptvovsky. 235- Irx-klf. cats people for break- f:'.?t and i.= an A!!-Amrnra prospects for Mir.etnwM U". \\'f '-aid In the forceoin.a that if Mir >:CAA really cot to' work it w-"ii!d rnd up with no membership. We could have bren wron.c there. Sewanee would be P:I active mem- score on a 19-yard completion from ! KANSAS CITY. Mo. i.-?i— Harry Jerry Lutz to Jimmy, Koomz, mak-! Simpson, Kansas City outfielder, ing the score 12-6. On the last play j will pass up winter baseball this of the contest, Koontz took another! season in tht: hopes of having a bet- Lutz' pas? ctood for 36 yards but.' was tagged on the Knapp a. ter season with the Athletics next vear. HoweH in Puerto Rico - Dixie tnr the Forest-N. C. State tie, Florida, Mississippi State, Baylor. Navy. Syracuse, Pittsburgh. Illinois. Iowa State, BIytlieville, Purdue-Iowa lie, Helena. Burdetu?. 53 Teams Still Have Unmarred Season Record By THE ASSOCIATED I'ltKSS Of all the coile^e football UNI ma in the nauon, only 53 slioued un- btaien nnd mined records for the j I Nashua to Race at Four j i MJAMl r.-l'f-Niisliuit's. lirst objcc- i iiVf as a 4-year-old will be the ! $100.000 Widcner Handicap to be rui [ February 18. After t\u> fall months at. the Bdair Farm in Maryland h will be htabli'd ;it. Hiuleah for the u'int.'r. Serf'es Veterans McDonald is at his elusive lies! ' SJV _ N - ]jj^\; p ^ when he's in tin? open. : Howcll ' IVMM-VC 'c.i:'. Ran 100 In 9.7 ; UlH . kl t .i 1;l inpion Brooklyn Dodders, McDonald. 21. savs gomw out. for: ls mana 11 !!!" the M'i\ H ir uez--\ffua- irack at Oklahoma iast year .^harp-' filti;1 ', e ' iim n - in ' th(l ' 'p u ? r[0 ' Rican — j baseball le.iyue Mickey Owen, j Boston Red Su>: conc-h. iy running- j Ihe Poncr team. Ben Gerashty, fx-Dod'u'r imiekler mui J:u:kson- BROOKLYN. N.Y, Piilmi mem- ville, Fin., pilot, is al the holm of birs of the Natiomil Learnt' pen- c.mua.s - Gimyama • Genr^i 1 Cieiio- nnnL winning Brooklyn Dmlncrs \e.sc. who had Willie Mays at have played in one or more piv\ ions , r rt . n ton. N. J.. in ifiofl. i? San World Series »;aini'.s. Pee Wrr Kccht 1 Juan pilui and Hcrnmn Fr.mks, is the Brooklyn veteran, hiivnm. uj,^ \ ( . u York Gian; co;ich, is been in 30 Series ^mirs up to lii.'>n. lumriliim Sunmrce. in tiie major college ranks--Boston College, Colorado, Duke, Navy, Oklahoma. 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