The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1955 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 22, 1955
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FACI HI (ARK.) COURIER SATURDAY, OCTOBKR M, 1988 TCU and UCLA ^ Start Parade Froskui Off with Wins , By ED COKR1GAN' The .Associated Presi After the tidal wave of upsets that, swept college football lasl week, anything approaching normal in today's action would bring a collective sigh of relief to the coaching clan. ! Too, the season is coming to a point where every game in conference competition is im portant. For example: • Midwest -— Iowa State-Kansas Oklahoma, boasting' a winning. State. Kansas-Southern Methodist, streak of 33 straight nnd shooting i Mis-souri-Nebraska, Nortnwesiern- Iiidiana. Southwest and Far West—Hice- FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas freshman footlxill team unveiled a couple of fine breakaway runners and they proved to be the difference as Hie Shoals belted Texas Christian's Frosh 26-20 here last night. Spec d y halfback Dale Boutwell returned a punt 90 yards for one touchdown and zipped 84 yards from scrimmage for another. Don- nie Stone, a one-man backfield for Fayetteville last year, raced 70 yards with another kickoff return to set up an Arkansas touchdown. TCU, grinding out its touchdowns with long, sustained drives, won the game everywhere except the Scoreboard. But Arkansas' 1 o n g - s t r i k i n g touchdown, plays left the Shoals in front. Arkansas' other touchdowns were scored by Charles N. Campbell oji a 5-yard run and Charles 0. Campbell on a 3-yard plunge. Bobby Bates converted twice. TCU's Allen Laurence scored two touchdowns, on plunges of one and three yards, and Bobby Bounds plunged one yard to another touchdown. Bounds converted twice for the little Horned Frogs. HOLD THAT COAL 1 The Dublin defender, second from left seems to be yanking at the head of Pat O'Sullivun, who has just made a desperate effort to put New York ahead in tne first half of a Gaelic football match at Dublin's Croke Park. Johnny Manning of the home side connects with his head to keep the visitors from scoring- Dublin won with 2 goals and 9 points. Seminoles Plaster Keiser in 49-0 Rout « KEISER — The Osceola Semi- end of the first quarter and 35-0 „ noles easily defeated the Keiser j lead at the three citlarier mark. " Yellow Jackets last night, 49-0, in | Score In 3 I'lays a 3B Conference game. The Seminoles, behind the running of Ed Weldon and Nelson Hopkins, built up a 28-0 lead at the end for an Orange Bowl berth, goes against Colorado, the only member of the Big Seven capable of giving the Sooners a fight. Colorado certainly wasm expected to win. but the Buffs had the, personnel to give Bud Wilkinsons outfit j a run. : Texas A & M. the upstart of the j Southwest Conference. collided | with Baylor with the loop lead at! stake. The only thing certain ' about this upset-happy conference | uncertainty. Bear Bryants j Aggies, however, have the entire loop a-twitier. although they are not eligible for the Cotton Bowl this year. Wisconsin Must Win Wisconsin, striving desperately to keep up with Michigan in the Big Ten race—they're tied now— Ti'.vas, Texas Tei.-h-Hou.stQn. Tulsa-j Cincinnati. Arizona-Oregon. Colo-! rario A it M.-UliUi State. Oregon | State-Washington State and Utah- Wyoming. Football Scores were advertised as the only club capable of putting up any resist-; ance to Michigan. Princeton, which is nursing hopes of winning the Ivy League crown, must get past Cornell to contention. Yale, which Tigers Whip Mules 25-7, in SeMo Tilt! POPLAR. BLUFF—Caruthers\ ille's , Wtukins intercepted a pass only to j Tigers roled over the Poplar Blufi j have Poplar Bluff recover a Caruih- | Mules 25-7. in a Big Eight Confer- j ersville fumble on the next, play. j ence home coming game here last! Personal Foul Helps Mules ; n 'S nt - i Roberts and Piper charged to ihe j George Cook of CaruthersvUle | caruthersviHe 39 and a 15-yard pen- | alty against the Tigers for a per-1 sonal toul cave ihe Mules possession on Caruthersville's 24. Piper ad- , vanced to the six on LWO plays and > then scored. j Charles Cox kicked the conversion, i scored his eight and ninth touch\ downs of ihe season ind. Jim Leslie \ i also racked up iwo TDs for Caruthersville. Bill Piper scored the Mules lone touchdown late in the fourth i quarter. ! Poplar Bluff kicked off to Caruth; ersville and the Tigers scored before ' the Mules got the ball. Leslie plung- The gamg [[ed Carutht?JfcviUe wjLh Poplar Bluff for third place in the Big Eight Conference standings. By THE ASSOCIATED I'RESS Newport 33, Paragould 8 Helena 19, Stuttgart ^ Hope 13. Gurdon 0 Fayetteville 13, Springfield. Mo. 6 Fairview 18; Magnolia 12 Stamps 47. Blevins 7 Little Rock 13, El Do. r a do 0 Walnut Ridge 6, Wilson 0 Beaton 39. Arkadelphia H Fori Smith 46, Texarkana 21 Harrisburg 32, Pocahontas 13 North Little Rock 18, Jonesboro H Warren 2 , White Hall 6 Rogers 20, Harrison 14 Mena 7, Mansfield 6 Comvay 39, Search 19 Pine Bluff 31. Camden 7 Van Buren 20. Huntsville 0 Dumas '26, Hamburg 7 Paris 14, Ozark 0 pe Witt 39. Marianna 6 Clarendon 33, Brinklev 20 I Lmle LR.Wins/Cats Get lucky' In Jonesboro Tilt By RAY STEPHENS The Associated Press The Little Rock Tigers, an unspectacular but efficient crew, are moving steadily toward their fourth straight Big Eight Conference football championship, and it's becoming more apparent each week that only Pine Bluff has a chance to stop them. Watson Chapel 32. Lake Village' and-pray I ered El Dorado's vaunted rushing Rock, playing ihe system last night. hold- halt- of the first half and coasled t,( their easiest win of the season. Osceola held a 7-0 lead at the Leg/'o •n's Girls Back On Mat Program It'll be mixed six-way tag wrestling in the feature about ol the American Legion's weekly wrestling matches at Memorial Auditorium Monday night. Once again Promoter Mike. iMer- onep. will call in Miss Edith .Wndc and Miss Patti Neff to team up with male heavyweights in the feature: bout. ! Miss Wade is slated to team with newcomer Bill Curry and Chiel Little Eagle in the bout while Miss Nef-f joins Karl Kowalski and John Silvers. The bout will be over Uie regulation best two of three falls route, with regulation six-man rules up- plying with one exception. The girls will wrestle each other and will leave the ring when one of the men grapplers enter. This will be the second stralithl. Week Miss Neff and Miss Wade have appeared in a mixed tag bout. Three one-full preliminary boui.s are also on the card with Curry taking on Kowalski, Miss Wade meeting Miss Neff and Little Eagle going against Silvers. The Seminoles took the opening ( j n kickoff and in three plays scored ' as S. E. Siovall drove over from the six. Hopkins made the conversion and the Seminoles led 7-0. In the second quarter the roof fell In on the Yellow Jackets as Weldon romped for three touchdowns. Hopkins, Stovall and Ben Wells added the extra points. In the third quarter the Seminoles scored only once, as Hopkins scooted around end on a 35-yard TD jaunt. Weldon converted. Hill, Gentry Score The fourth qiiiirter spelled mure trouble for the Yellow Jackets. Jerry Hill and Dcwey Gentry scored and Hopkins added two more conversions. For the Yellow Jackets Royce stay played a nonleague game with Colgate, is the big favorite. If last night's action was any criterion,, this should be ?. day of form-following action. UCLA, the Pacific Coast Conference choice, turned back Iowa , 33-13, before 75,692 at Los Angeles cd from five yards out for the score, B0 ' th [eams hai - e uvo wins and nvo which climaxed a 90-yard march. Highlighting the advance on 15 plays by Barry Trainor, Bob IJartho- lomew, Alvin Bynum, Cook and Leslie was a Caruthersville's recov- intersecuonal game. The Hawkey es were handicapped by the loss of Capt. Cal Jones, out with a kne einjury. Boston Ties Miirquetle Boston College maintained its unbeaten status, by rallying for two touchdowns to tie Marquette, 13-13. Texas Christian whipped Miami, 21-19, with Chuck -Curtis plunging for one touchdown, tossing two touchdown passes and Harold Pollards accurate toe providing the winning margin with three extra points. The University of Detroit turned back winless Oklahoma A & M, 7-0. in a Missouri Valley game. Billy Russell made the only touchdown in the third quarter. Quarterback J i m m y Bowen Ex-Buckeye Star Dies As Car Leaves Road ANN ARBOR. Mich. '•& — Dii'k Hilini-ki. b r i 11 i a n I tackle who helped lead Ohio State to a Ro.-r- Bowl victory and the mythical national football championship last year, was hurled to his death List ni^ht from ;t foreign make car out oi control on a back Michi^.-.n road. T.if ;t cc id fill hiippened 15 iniU'.- ni>:-?hofi,st of Ann Arbor, home t>i the University of Michigan, Ohio Staffs 1»'-;;_'I'M t foot bail rival. Hilsinki. 1M. all Bii> T-n :i ihir(i sii'iim All-Ameri<:;t tar l;r-t y'.'itr, wa.s riding with Syjvec- tor J. Bl;tl:c, U5, of Columbus. Ohio. T>c two were bending for PVnion, Mich., to 'Henri the wed- riimj today of a friend, Jaine.s H. Smith pliiycd an outstanding game j threw three touchdown passes to ~ lead Denver to 33-0 victory over Brigham Young in a Skyline Conference tilt. In other Friday night games Colorado College nipped Colorado State 27-20 for its first Rocky Mountain Conference victory of the season and unbeaten Idaho State edged College of Idaho 20-19 for its sixth straight. Michigan, the top team in the Associated Press weekly poll, had no problem, meeting Minnesota, while second-ranked Maryland had a dale with Syracuse. Navy, another unbeaten-untied, and the best the East had to offer, had a soft touch against Penn. Vpjfcance Order of Day Last weeks fallen favorites figured to rebound with vengeance. Notre Dame, victim of Michigan State a week ago, played Purdue. Georgia Tech, also beaten for the first time last Saturday, had a set-up in Florida State. Washington, another first time loser, figured to'have no trouble with Stanford. Michigan State, back, in the picture after halting Notre Dame, tangled with Illinois, while Duke, fighting Maryland for the Atlantic Coast Conference litle. encountered Pitt. Southeastern Conference leader Auburn took on Purman, and Southern California, another PCC team to be reckoned with, was favored over California. West Virginia, another member at fullback. Coach Wally Jackson of the Seminoles said, "No one individual stood out. but that it was a ten m victory." The Seminolcs play the Eurle Bulldocs next Friday night at Hale Field in Osccola'fi homecoming mime. I'OS. LE . LT . LG . . C , RO RT RE QB . T,HB RUB FB . OSCKOLA Recce Malloch .. Robbins .., Ellis SpL'lir'L-r ... Lucas Gentry S.hoeinake Weldon ... Hopkins ... Stovall KEISKR . Mattson . Graham .. Russell .... Poag .. Ashley L. Smith ... Perry Spain . ., Grove McGinnis R. Smith The American BowliiiR Congress during the last, year certified 7,062 bowling establishments With fiO,648 alloy bed:;. The old mark was (5,911 establishments and 58,982 alleys. a hospital ery of a punt. Leslie punted 40 yards | carmhersviHe and Bartholomew recovered on Pop- j \ViUkins lar Bluff's 8. | Peters ....... Jack Taylor's attempted conver-1 Trainor jsion was not good. | Fi^ins After ti\o Poplar Bluff plays. Ca-; Tavlor .... ruthersville's Jack Streets recovered ^Coy a fumble on the Mules' 17. Clavton Bartholomew ran two yards and Bartholomew Martin gained nine on two plays to L es H e set up Leslie's six-yard run around ! CQO^ *"" [' in conference play. It gave CaruthersviLle an all- game record of five wins and two losses while Poplar Bluff has four wins a^unst ir>~o losses. end for a score. Taylor's conversion try failed. Bynum L.E. L.T. L G. C. R.G. R.T. R.E. . Q.3. L.H. R H. F.B. Poplar Bluff Arant Smith K. : :)kead Berry Jenkins pridy. La fonj , Cox; Roberts: Piper Brace ! Substitutions Caruthersville — J. „ , , t , ,, — Curuthersville controlled the ball ; streetei Martin.. Tanner, T. Strecte during a scoreless second quarter and the Tigers drove to within Pop- Inr Bluff's 25. The Tigers led 12-0 at halftime. Watkins intercepts PMS When Poplar Bluff threatened early in the third period, Bill Watkins intercepted a pass on Caruthersville's 13 yard line. That led the Cook's line buck from the one-yard line for a touchdown. The 11 plays for an 87-yard drive were by Bynum, Cook, Martin and Leslie. Bartholomew kicked the extra point, giving CaruthersviLle a 19-0 lead. In the fourth quarter, Poplar Bluff punted and Carluthersville took the bal on its own 35. Gerald Clayton, Bynum and Cook moved the ball to the Mules' 46 on three plays. Then Bartholomew passed 15- yards to Cook who ran 35 yards for the score. Bartholomew's extra point kick was not good. Paul Roberts of Poplar Bluff took a Caruthersville kick on his own 35. Bud Brace moved to midfield t>" three . plays. Then caruthersville's Eager ton. Southern. D. Snow ajici Ca rut hers. Poplar Bluff — Thorton. Seldidge, White, Hinchey and Sanders. | 19 Central Raps Lange Team In Tough Game Central's football team broke into the win column in "Y" Grade school league play at Little Park yesterday afternoon with an 18-13 victory over a hard fighting Lange eleven, The winners notched one TD in the opening quarter. .They had racked up a first down on the Lange 3 and after two futile thrusts at the stubborn Lange line. John Smotherman swept left end for the touchdown. The try for extra, point: j l rj^ sour i Q was smeared. j ' Mjss Wynne 53. Earle 6 i Waldron, 13, Greenwood 13 itiei Fuller 31, Arkansas Industrial! School 6 I Gillelt -21. Hazen 0 | Hushes 19. Marvell 0 : ClJivksville 12., Ru^ellviie 7 | Dennoti 12, Monticelo 6 Jacksonville 38. Lonokc 28 Batesville 29. McCrory 0 SpriinidpJe 39. Bentonville 12 AumL-ta 19. Beebe 6 Junction City 19, Bernice, La. 1'2 Malverr. 14. Hot Springs 6 DeQueen 7, Smackover 0 Mabel vale 7, Heber Springs '2 Atkins 25. Bald Knob 14 Mountain Home 32. Berryville 7 England 14, Clinton 7 Maprnet Cove 40, Arkansas Deal School 6 Rison 20. Fordyce 7 Star City 20. McGehee 13 Bismarck 58. Bryant 14 Elaine 26, Parkin 0 Dierks 40, Norphlet 14 Lakeside, Hot Springs, 35, Carlisle 6 Bauxite 21. Sheridan 0 Nashville 70. Prescott 0 Subiaco 25. Booneville 20 —Osceola-49?—& scored on sprints of 64 yards by RoEjer Lee. 59 yards by Tommy Bach, and a 90-yard punt return by Johnny Little. Texarkana got one touchdown on Ronnie Barris 80-yard scamper. Jonesboro forged a 7-6 halftime lead over North Little Rock, but attack and capitalized on two ; breaks to trim the Wildcats 13-0 It was the Tigers fourth t-onsecu- 1 live triumph against no defeats in j conference competition, and gave! the defending champions a large [ the Wildcats superior numbers. margin in their struggle to repeat j wort 1 down ihe Golden Hurricane as title holders. " '• it tlu- second half. Jonesboro Easy fur Z's j scored first, after recovering a Pine Bluff, which has had only ! North Little Rock fumble on the rp- Cats ,25, with Perry Osborne tools against Class a touch of league play while sharp- Cats ,25, AA ! Phm-m- across from a yard out iind Bl11 Calawoll converting. North Little Hock took the resulting kickoff and marched for six po" ening its I teams, scored another easy conquest last night, drubbing Camden 31-7. Against Little Rock's 4-0 conference record, the Zebras have a victory and ? was over El Dorado and the tie game with rugged Fort Smith. Forl Smith, still nursing a math- amatical chance for the crown, smashed Texarkana 46-21 last night, while North Little Rock | P ccl 'J throttled a last minute Jonesboro drive to escape with a lucky 18-14 COLLEGE FOOTBALL UCLA 33. Iowa 13 Texas Christian 21, Miami Fla'j Boston College 13, Marquette 13 tie) Detroit 7. Oklahoma A&M 0 Denver 33, Brigham Young 0 Colorado College 27. Colorado n . OB . 7, AbUene Christian 75 yards for six po : "s. A 53-yard pass play from Henry Roberts to tic but the decision! elld Fred Blankenship put the ball Dorado and the tie! on the 8 and Harry Hankins knifed through tackle to score from the four. Another Drive Billy Worrells yard plunge cap- 56-yard North Little Rock in the third quarter to put the Wildcats in front for good—and also lead to a fatal gamble by Jonesboro. Needing seven yards for a first down, the Hurricane faked a fourth down punt on their own 20 and bid for it, in vain. North Little Rock promptly marched to the Ifl from where Roberts hit Charles Eatile with a pass in the end zone. In the fourth quarter. Bob Bolling or put Jonesboro back in contention on a beautiful 80-yard scor- Idaho State 20, College of Idaho 19 Southeast Missouri 14, Southwest j " footb. ye coaching staff I en-untied list, faced Penn State. 'uending medical. Other major games today in- i eluded: East — Army-Columbia. Brown- Rhode Island, Dartmouth-Harvard. Holy Cross-Boston University, Rutgers-Lehigh, Villa nova-North Carolina State and Yale-Colgate. South—Georgia-Tulnnc. Kentucky Florida,. Mississippi-Arkansas. Mis- ,-avsippi State-Alabama, Tennes-see- Diiyton. Virginia-Virginia Tec h. Wake Forest-North Carolina and William and Mary-George Washington. Trumann Over Shawnee, 33-0 TRUMANN — Trumann High I trounced the Shawnee India as, 33-0, here last night. j JJnd R. Hare of Trumann ran 48 (yards Cor a score in the second quarter and Trumann quarterback Bonds scored on a 38-yard run In the third period. T r u m a n n Halfback McCarty caught a pass and ran 26 yards for another score in the third period. Malcolm Chiles, first string Shawnee guard, was taken to a hospital injury. He was injured on a play in the second quarter. Donald Felts replaced Chiles in the Shuwnee. line. SHAWXEE Lit Rue M. Chiles ... Ashburn Daniels , Gates F. Chiles ..,, Terry Hartley Sulcer Mahoney .... Pos. . LE .. . LT .. . LG .. . C .. RG .. RT .. RE .. QB .. LHB RHB . FB .. TIH'MANN Hare WiliTickson Gibson Meads Green H. Teague . J. Teagnc .... Bonds .. Garihan .. Mccarty — Quails rown- Packer Tilt Is Big One »y ILII vvii.nA row wnn me wiiiios utriroii L-IOIW 1'he Ashociiited Press at Los An^ele. 1 ;, the Washington The Cleveland Browns and ihe I R( 'd skin - s iil Baltimore, the Steel- Green Bay Packers pick up their ! (1J ' S ilt NL|W York to play the neglected National F o o t i) u I li (-limits, the Chicago Bears in San League rivalry tomorrow game that figures in the title lights of both the Eastern and Western confcre-iice.s. The Browns and the Packers, who have met only once since the Francisco lo meet the 49ei-s and ihe Philadelphia Eagle.s at Chi i-agci aKiiinst the Cardinals. The big one, however, is a. Cleveland since it pairs two leaders. The Browns .smothered the Rote tossed three touchdown passes and Cone hooted three field goals, including B last-minute 3- poi(Her thnt told the story, ns the Packers handed Ihe Rams their first defeat last weekend 30-26. May Join 400 Club ATLANTIC CITY, N. J --ft — Willie Hnrtuck. the younp Johns town. Pa., jockey who has been a sensation at the Atlantic City track, could become the second rid er in history to ride 400 winners in one year. Hartack entered the final three months of 1955 with 378 winners. Willie Shoemaker holds the record with 485 winners in one year. Lange fought back Into a tie midway of the second period, after the score had been set up on the one on a sustained drive following the Central kick-off. After sending Hall and White into the line in a vain attempt to | move the ball, Mike Colcman got; good blocking to skirt his own right! end for the score, making it 6-all. i On the ensuing kick-off, Central j took its turn at moving the oval' and with a first down on the Lange 25, Ratliff broke through the middle of the line and outran the secondary to make it 12-6 Central, which was the score at intermission. Central made it 18-6 after receiving the kick-off in the second half, with Ratliff plunging over from the one-foot stripe. Lange came back fighting to; march 65 yards for a score in the fourth period, as Coleman reached pay dirt from 11 yards out on the same piny that tallied the first Lange marker. J. W. Hall ran right end for the only extra point of the game to make the final 18-13. Slate 14 Kearney (Neb) 12, Doane 9 Eastern Kentucky 35, Morehead iKy) 13 Baker (Kan) 14, Bethany (Kan, 13 Missouri Valley 21, Northwestern Okla 12 College of Emporia 45, William Jewell (Mo i 0 Alabama State 13, Clark (Gal 6 California Aggies 26, Nevada 7 Los Angeles State 19, Laverne 2 Arkansas Freshmen 26, TCU Freshmen 20 decision. Hot Springs, the perennial conference whipping boy, dropped a 14-6 decision to Malvern The other league member, BLythe- villc, was idle. Dull Game Little Rock and El Dorado dueled on even terms in a dull defensive tug-of-war for two periods, but the WIdcais finally erred : the third quarter and the Tigers got the touchdown they had beenj m{: Yun, and at" games"end another waiting for. I Hurricane drive died on the 3. Tiger Guard Louis Barnard j Phil Nix pflS sed 21 yards to Billy .broke through to block an El! Bankston for one Malvern touch- I Doado punt on the Wildcat 22 andj down aild score d the other on a edged Hot Springs. The Trojans got their points in the first quarter on a 17-yard pass from Johnny Messer to Pete Smith. Doyle McKinney set up the tocchdown on a 58-yard punt return to the Malvern 17. 5 TD's Nixeri Everything followed form in the end zone. The second Little Rock' j touchdown came after end Bill Harmon recovered a fumble. A 16- i yard run by Jimmy Woods put the Southern 34, Memphis baU in P a >" off > )osititm No Threats El Dorado never mustered a threat as the big, fast Tiger line Harrison Rolls To Easy Win Harrison High Dragons whipped the Hernando, Miss., Tigers, 58-0, last night at Harrison's homecoming game at Haley Field. Margie Cornel was crowned homecoming queen. Wilson Drops 6-0 Decision To W. Ridge WALNUT RIDGE — Wilson gave up its second touchdown of the year here last night and it cost the Mississippi Countians al 6-0 bal game - their first loss. Walnut Ridge scored in the third quarter. Wilson pushed deep into Bobcat territory several times but couldn't punch the ball across. Fumbles hurt the Wilson cause several times. Wilson's defense, always outstanding, was tough again last night against a larger foe. stopped the Cats'usually brilliant! CIass AA ranks last ni S ht as the rushing game. The closest Ell hot teams waxed fatter at he ex- ig gf Dorado ever got to Little Rocks Pete Wigfct, sophomore Yale center, was undefeated as a freshman wrestler last winter. He's t feet 1 and 200 pounds. goal was on a pass interception by David Williams. He got the ball on his 27. and lateralled to Pesncll on the El Dorado 35. The quarterback got to the Little Rock 25 before he was downed, Camden got an early 7-6 lead against Pine Bluff on an 80-yard drive and Joe Deerings conversion, but that was all the fun for the Panthers. Pine Bluff took over the game from that point, and scored almost at will under the urging of little Rex Hardister, Royce White, Bubba Ferguson and Dickie Evans. Hardister, a slight lad who runs faster than a nylon stocking, scored twice in the Zebras offensive circus on runs of 68 and 30 yards. White took the first one across to cnf a drive; Ferguson whipped a pass to Evans for another, and reserve Joe Giroir scored the final marker. Wingback Billy Kyser scored Camdens only touchdown on a one yard plunge after Pine Bluff had stopped three Panther thrusts inside the three. Grizzlies Run Fort Smith shook loose its host fine backs for four quick touch- doWns in the first half, and then matched Texarkanas three scores in the final two periods. It was a night for long runs, Fort Smith pense of less fortunate bretheren. Five Comvay touchdowns were nullified by penalities, but the Wampas Cats scored seven more that counted and spanked Searcy 39-19. Bentons undefeated, but twice-tied. Panthers bounced Arkadelphia 39-14 on the rowdy running of Marion Gatlin and Harold Beaty. Fayetteville fullback Billy Whitfield slashed the Springfield. Mo.. line for 147 yards and a touchdown to lead the Bulldogs to a 13-6 ric- tory. Hope made good use of Johnny Nixs two touchdown runs to stop Gurdon 13-0; Newport rolled over P?ragould 33-C; Rogers outlasted Harrison 20-14; and Fairview dumped Magnolia 18-12. Fights Last Night By THE ASSOCIATED I'RESS New York Maqison Square Garden—Isaac Kid Logart, 147, Cama- guey, Cuba, outpointed Gil Turner, 152 3 t, Philadelphia, 10. George Wardman, with a fiv« under par 66, holds the course record for amateur golfers at Bermuda's Mid-Ocean Club. He shot his record breaking score in 1952. NFL absorbed- ihe All-America I ^"tkcrs 27-0 in 1953. the only linn Conference in 1849. are snarled in first place, deadlocks In their respective loops. 3-1 Makes Cleveland nnd the Pittsburgh Stcelers top the Eastern with 3-1 marks. Green Bay, Ihe Los Angeles Hams and the Baltimore Colts share the Western Confer- cn'-c loa'J. also with 3-1 r.- >ul5 All 12 tcaim havi at u tomor- they've met. in a regular sea so.. game, and have- beaten Green Hay In five exhibition conle.sts. Cleve-' lauds favored by 7 In this one. i I';issiti K Iliittlc It boils down to a passing battle 1 between the Urownx Otto Grnhani nnd the Packers Tobfn Rote and » contest between two placement expert--, Cleve' -,ds Lou til-UK.; uucl Green Bays Fred Cont. | NOTICE Open For Business At A New Location Eddie Eaves — Auto Clinic 127 S. First St. Ph.3-6334 RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS SM Ct. t,«ke Art. Fh. 3-MAI BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 24 8:15 p.m. Bill Curry, Chief Little Eagle and Mi«i Edith Wade —Vi.— Mitt Patti Neff. Karl (Killer) Kowaliki and John Silver* On Minute Time Limit — H?st 2 out of 3 Falls Adults 50c — Children 15« Three 7 -Fall Matches: Curry vs. Kowalski Miss Wade vs. Miss Neff Little Eagle vs. Silvers 30 Mir.ut'e Time Limit

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