The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1955 · Page 11
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MOHDAT, OOTOBBR W, MM (o*RK.Jf COURIER NEWS PAOB BL1VM THE PAWN Michigan, Mory/om/, Oklahoma Carter Gets Nod for 3rd Championship By HAKRY GRAYSON NEA Sports Editor NEW YORK — (NEA) — Jimmy Carter has turned the once fabled lightweight class into something resembling a food slot in a busy Automat, The thing keeps spinning and new Hems pop out. The world championship has been held by three different individuals other than himself since the championship Carter first I loaned the title to Lauro Salas. a peppery but untalented Los Angeles Mexican, May 14, 1952. Next came Paddy De Marco of Brooklyn and now we have the nonde.-cripl Wallace Bud Smith. Carter, of course, munuged to regain the crown euch time — and will be a heavy favorite to do the samn thing when he meets Smith in another 15-round match at the Cincinnati Gardens, Or!. 19, The 32 - year - old Carter has worked ha'rd at Ehsan's, hard by Summit. N 7 . J.. apparently determined to prove that. his cast 1 at Icnsl three strikes are not out. That, would break hi-; own record for the number of times a world title has been won. CARTER AND HIS m.inaccr of record, Willie Ketchmn. h;ive become a standard objcc; of boxing, writers' gags as the result-of this j situation, which would be highly' extraordinary save in the str;m»e beak busline busine.-? of today. It doesn't take a Phil Silvers to OP funny about a fighter who almost automatically IO?PS when made a 4-1 favorite — and then makes the job appear ridiculously easy in a repent performance. Were it not for television, there would be little need for doing anything literary except writing off ;his fight. But it'= the regular Wednesday night fight of the suds people, so becomes oi national interest. Carter hasn't limited his strange reversals of form to title bouts. He's obtained paydays treating non-title opponents the same way ' — Armand Savoie amonu them. In : the process, he has built up a soft ] touch or two, notably the one with Tommy Collins in Boston. SMITH, A WILLING and hard puncher who had gotten exactly nowhere through the years, managed to outgallop Carter in Boston in April. It was another one of those TV things that meant absolutely nothing at its site, and the good Bean- towners promptly asked that the return be taken as far away as possible. Cincinnati is far enough for New Englanciers. but is it far enough for the Rhinelanders? There is some excuse for the match Cincinnati!, however, inasmuch Smith is defending in his old home town. Ketchum insists there is nothing phony about Carter losing and regaining the title. The manager explains thai his reverses are due to a lack of concern and preparation Carter is excited about this one and if his ices haven't gone back on him. he should be able to handle Smith. Any old or near old-timers . in New York who are interested will *c>u the picture at the Broadway bars of Jack Dempsey. Mickey Walker and Tony Canzoneri. They have a lot of action photos on the walls and when things become ragged on the screen, the members of the old guard will take a look at them just to keep things in proper balance. Jesier Is Not Jesting LARAMIE. Wyo. Wl — Jerry Jester. 145-pound Wyoming tailback, has a chance to break tailback Sonny Jones' school record of 817 yards set in 1949. Jester gained 279 yards in his first three games for the Cowboys this season. Only Three Left at Top After Black Saturday By E0 CORRIGAN The Associated Tress Out of the rubble of fallen giants of college football today there emerged three shining lights — three teams that well could fight it out for the mythical national title. Michigan, Maryland and Oklahoma, all undefeated and all powerful, could go all the way. Yet, even these three are not invulnerable. The Wolverines still have a solid *—— five-game Big Ten schedule to face starting with Minnesota this week". After that, they have Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio State, any one of which could rise up and whip them. Maryland heads northward this week for a game with fired-up Syracuse, which trounced Army 13-0 Saturday. If the Terps get b; Syracuse, they'll have a clear path. Five Get Lumps Oklahoma, with a streak oi' 23, goes against another undefeated outfit this week—Colorado.' The possibility of another Big Seven team beating Oklahoma seems remote. But then look what happened to Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, Texas Christian, Washington, Rice and Princeton. AH were favored at from one to three touchdowns and all had been undefeated. But when the blackest Saturday of the football season was over, all had tumbled. Notre Dame hadn't even had its goal line crossed until they came upon Michigan State. The Spartans cracked Notre Dame's II- game winning skein and did it emphatically 21-7. Gerry Planutis. the goat of last year's game when he missed two extra points in the Irish's two-point triumph, was the big man for the Spartans this time. He scored one touchdown set up another and kicked three extra points. Georgia Tech, scourge of the Southeastern Conference, dropped a 14-12 decision to Auburn, and its conference lead along: with it. Texas Christian, boasting one of its best teams in years, came a- ropper at the hands of a young Texas A&M team 19-16. SWC Merry Twirl Washington, still at least one of the favorites for the Pacific Coast Conference championship, was beaten by Baylor 13-7. Rice, another Southwest Conference powerhouse, was shut out by Southern Methodist 20-0. This, combined with Arkansas' 27-20 victory over Texas, threw the Southwest Conference race into merry confusion, as usual. Princeton, which shaped up as the class of • the Ivy League couldn't cope with Colgate in a nonleague tussle 15-6. Yale moved to the "front of the loop by nnilins Cornell 34-6. The Princeton-Yale game Nov. 12 could decide it if Princeton gets by Cornell this week. Michigan, the No. I team in this week's Associated Press poll, had to do some pulling and tugging before defeating Northwestern 14-2. Maryland extended its wmnincr streak to 10 over two years by [ turning back North Carolina, while! Oklahoma rolled to a routine .4-6 triumph over Kansas. Packers Tie for First Wit/i £ate Fie/cf Goa/ By ED WII.KS The Associated Press It's been eight years since the Green Bay Packers have had a winning season in the National Football League, but now they're in a three-way deadlock for the Western Conference lead thanks to Fred Cone, who seldom has been spotlighted since coming from th« Clemson campus five years ago. Cone, a 29-year-old Alabaman* '• • listed as a fullback on the Pack- Texas Aggies Reign As Darlings of SWC COLLEGE STATION, Tex (AP. - The youthful Texas Aggies, of whom their conch Paul i hear) Bryant once said, "Nobody wants them 'but I'll take thorn," are the darlings of the crowd today. The learn that dropped games out of 10 last year has just Texasi ers' roster but specialised as a placement hooter, kicked a 26-yard field goal in the final 24 seconds yesterday, snatching victory from the previously unbeaten Los Angeles Rams 30-28. The viciory sent; tne Packers into a tie with the Rams and the Baltimore Colts, themselves upset by the Chicago Bears las tiime the Packers were eating that high off the hog was in 1947 when they finished v/ith a 6-5-1 mark. SF Edges Detroit In the other Western Conference game, San Francisco's 49ers piled up 21 points in the last quarter to defeat \vinless Detroit, erstwhile | conference champion, 27-24. Cleveland's Browns gained a share of ihe Eastern Conference Sudbury Tops Central 7-0 In Grade School Grid Game finished winning four in a row— I With only 11 lettermen and with of the 5G-man roster the first time an Aggie outfit hasj two accomplished this feat in four' compi years. They capped their comeback drive with a glittering' 19-16 upset of undefeated, untied and are elevated to the rank of fnvontes for the Southwest Conference championship, the big quest.ion \s: "How was this team developed so quickly and from so much unknown and untested material?" 'Good Fathers and Mothers' Pattl Neff Women, Men In Tog Match Wrestle Card lead with Pittsburgh the Washington Re while the New York Giants finally turned the trick with a 10-0 victory •d of .sophomores, A&Mj over the Chicago Cardinals. It was wasn't t-xpctied to beat anybody! ihe Giants' first 1955 success. much ihis season as Bryant began his second season here. So, as the In a tight defensive battle at Little Park Friday afternoon Sudbury 's green shirted defending "VaTn "r'hpi champions scored a hard-earned . dd-iu. LIU. victory over a scrappy Central were eatuig outf .. . n ;. yl , Grade schoo! play> Although the Central team lacked polish in running their offense, they made up for it by a great defensive display, in which they twice stopped their opponents within the ten yard line. The only score of the contest came late in the second quarter, fullback Barry Hughes, taking a hand-off from Nate Austin and skirting right end for the tally. Pittsburgh snared Philadelphia 13-7 Saturday night to match Cleveland's 3-1 first-place record. Cone Whole Show Cone was practically the whole show at Milwaukee as the Packers gained their 3-1 record. After booting only nine field goals all last season, he sent, three through the uprights against the Rams—for 34, Bryant had this answer today, j 45 and 2 6 yards. "They've °ot good fathers and] The payo ff mothers and they're just good kids and u-y hard." Bryant did a good recruiting job last yp;-r and he didn't confine bis attentions to Texas—he brought in 13 boys irom other states—but few of the otiv ters were of the public i fd nieiv. And Bryant .hastens to stiv that it's his jurjiors who have performed better than expected rather than the sophomores. Fur instance there's ace fullback. Jack Pardec, who played «i in i looto ill at. liny Christovai befo t i o u !!"• to A&M. Don Watson, the bov who beat TCU with his runs and pass-catching, is a sprinter on the track team and from linle Franklin. Tex. The payoff placement lifted Green Bay from seeming defeat.. Three minutes before, Jim Cason them ahead 28-27. further than the three where Central took over. Again in the fourth period, the winners had a first down on Central's 6 but on 4th down had been pushed back to the 24. This victory gave Sudbury a commanding 2-0 lead In games won. Next week Lange meets Central Friday afternoon at Little Park. by whipping Lynn Hearn slid off tackle for the j idskins 24-14 extra point and that was all the scoring,, but the most, thrilling moments were yet to come. Twice in the second half, the charges of Coaches Jimmy Henry. Dean Dougherty and Warren Moxley marched goalward by virtue of"some tricky ball handling on reverses and end-around plays, only to meet a stone wall. In the first instance, Sudbury had a first and ten on the Central nine-yard stripe but could get no hauled in his third interception of the day for tjie Rams and ran it back 25 yards for a TD that put Chicks Hire Don Menendez As New GM MEMPHIS L-PI — The new general manager of the Memphis Chicks is Danny Menendez, former owner of the American Association's Charleston club. Nat Buring, wealthy Memphis meat packer who bought the Chicks Southern Association franchise from the Chicago White Sox, made the announcement yesterday. "I felt we had to get somebody who was tops and I believe that in Menendez we have a man who can take most of our baseball troubles off our shoulders," he said. Menendez sold the Charleston, W. Va.. club, to the Detroit Tigers. ilk Thrive in Michigan LANSING. Mich. yi gan's elk lie rd is doin — Michi- right well since seven animals were released in 1918 at the Pigeon River State FOIT.-.I in central Michigan. Latest estimates place the herd at close , to 600. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 17 8:15 p.m —Lady Wrestlers—Mixed Tag Match— MISS PATH NEFF, KARL (Killer) KOWALSKI and BORIS KALMIKOFF y s MISS EDITH WADE, CHIEF LONE EAGLE and JACK WELCH 90 Minute Time Limit — Best 2 out of 3 Falls Adults 50c — Children 15a MISS NEFF vs. MISS WADE KOWALSKI vs. WILCH LONE EAGLE vs! KALMIKOFFl 30 Minute Time Limit C'ville Battles Kennett Juniors CARUTHERSVILLE — The Junior High Cubs will play host to Kennett's Junior Indians on ttie high school gridiron at 7 tonight. B teams from Caruthersville and Kennett will play at Kennett at 5 p.m. today. Coach Jack Hopke released the following Junior High probable lineup: Cobb, LE; Surge, LT: Davis. LG; Chaffin. center; Tedder, RG; Bomar, RT; Warren, RE; Grooms, QB; Rayburn. LH; G. Bynum, RH, and Jones, FB. One lady and two men grapplers will make up each team with regulation tag wrestling rule? beiim altered to allow the women to tussle with each other only. However, in the past this has not prevented them from tackling the male members when ihe going got wild. Miss Patti Neff and Miss Edith Wade will be the two women grapplers. Miss Neff will be joined by Karl Kow,alski and Boris Kamlik- olf while Miss Wade will have .Jack Welch and Chief Lone Eagle as her partners. Three one-fall preliminary bouts are also on the card. Individuals-Grouns-Farm Bureau Blue Cross - Blue Shield Call representative WAYLIN CHESSER p o Box 307 Blytheville, Ark Phone POplar 3-3106 WE'VE GOT IT! 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