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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARYS, 1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) .COURIER "NEWS PAGE Ntt Five Upsets Lost Night Templ0 Gets Bumped Off Two Powers Still Glean By ED WILKS The Associated Press And now there are two. Only frollicking San Francisco and St. Francis of Brooklyn remain' unbeaten in major college basketball today. Muhlenberg, an 11-4 giant killer scant 10 points. That left the big this season, beat seventh-ranked Temple 67-C6 last night, snapping the Owls' 13-game winning streak. The unranked Mules opened their schedule by upsetting La Salle.. Last night it was 6-1 Bobby~G»ll who dumped in 20 points to pace the predominantly junior squad. Gall had great help, however, from Cardy Gemma, who bagged 13 points and superbly defensed Guy Rodgers. The Owls' backeeart- scoVing ace didn't get a field goal 29 minutes and wound up with a job to Hal Lear, who hit for 28. The lead changed hands 11 times in the last 1 minutes. lJuke, ranked loin, was another major victim last night, although not unexpectedly. The Blue Devils were leveled by eighth-ranked Kentucky 81-76 as Jerry Bird fired a late' first-half Wildcat surge. Second-ranked Dayton, prodded by Coach Tommy Blackburn's o'b- huiviiliua thai "UiB leJt af a good team is whether it can come back loping Loyola of Chicago 75-37. The* Flyers were drummed out of the unbeaten ranks by Louisville Saturday. Three other upsets last nigh 1 saw Fordham defeat Connecticut 82-72, while Georgetown clipped St. Joseph's Pa.) 84-72 and Adrian Mich.) ended an 18-game winning string by Defiance Ohio) 82-77. Elsewhere among the ranked teams, Holy Cross No. 14 whipped Creighton 97-60 as Tom Heinsohn scored 22 in his 31 minutes of play; Oklahoma City No. 15) smacked Loyola New Orleans) 81-66 with soph Hubert Reed canning 33 points, and Memphis State 1«—trampled—Muna}!' 106-72. after defeat " righted itself by wal- A 15 - point, five - minute drive '. smashed a close game and gave LOOK OUT BELOW Odd Oiestad soars from the Bear Moun- Uain. N.Y., ski jump. A record throng of close to 20,000 watched 'Oiestad win the New York State championship here with leaps of 149 and 143 feet. He came from Norway less than a year ago. Bobo -Sugar Ray Battle Set in Hollywood Area HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Promoter Jackie Leonard of the Hollywood Legion Stadium has announced the signing of middleweight champion Sugar Ray Robinson and Bobo Olson for 2 _Z: , He said the flgU wouM be h.U at Wrigley Field in Los Angeles or Ollmore Field in Hollywood. Robinson has accepted an estimated $75,000 or 30 per cent of the gate and national TV receipts. Leonard said. He also said the International Boxing Club would not be in the position of copromoter and would figure only in the TV money. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Muhlenberg 67, Temple 66 Yale 81, Brown 53 Princeton 74, Rutgers 40 Princeton 74, Bulgers 40 Holy Cross 97, Creighton 60 Army 75. Albright 71 Duquesne 88, Quantoco Marines 84 Fordham 82, Connecticut 73 Pitt 78. Carnegie Tech 76 Kentucky 81. Duke 76 Penn State 70, Navy 65 Richmond 66, Virginia Tech 60 Georgetown DC) 84, St. Josephs Pn> 72 • i, Oklahoma City 81, New Orleans Loyola 66 Michigan State 85. Detroit 78 Dayton 75 .Chicago Loyola 37 Washington St. Louis) 69, Valparaiso 59 • College of Emporia at Kansas Wesleyan. postponed, weather. Arkansas 74, Texas Christian 72 Texas Tech 113, Arizona State 63 Arizona 68, Santa Barbara 53 Olson, knocked out in the second round by Robinson last Dec. 9 at Chicago, would be reimbursed by 30 per cent of the gate, but without a guarantee of any sum. This will be the fourth meeting between Sugar Bay and Bobo, Robinson winning all the previous, one by a knockout in the 15th round and another by a decision in 15. Nevertheless, Robinson was a 3-1 underdog in their last match. The quick knockout of Bobo was blamed partly on his marital troubles. He said right after the fight that he would not box again until the situation had been cleared up. BIG 8 RESULTS Little Rock C6, Hot Springs 55 Kentucky a 38-29 halftime over Duke. Bird had 12 points in tha span and finished with 29 to tie Duke's Joe Belmont for top honors In conference games, Arkansas slipped past Texas Christian 74-72 to regain a share of the Southwest lead with Southern Methodist scheduled to meet the Porkers Saturday; Richmond cracked hopeful Virginia Tech 66-60 in the South, ern; Yale scored its first Ivj League victory, defeating hapless Brown 81-S3; Texas Tech smothered Arizona Tempel State 113-6! in a Border contest; and Kenl State beat Western Michigan 97-90 in the Mid-American. Loser Carter Doesn't Shed Any Tears By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN CHICAGO (M— It was a pleasure to walk into Jimmy Carter's dressing room at Chicago Stadium last night! He had just lost a close official decision to Cisco Andrade, 26, nifty little fighter from Compton, Calif., who has been beaten only twice in 36 bouts. Relaxed Most of the ringside sports writers st the nationally televised 10-rounder gave Carter the edge. The Associated Press card favored him 97-95. Carter, sitting relaxed on bench in his quarters, spoke like the champion he once was. Three times he has won the lightweight crown and three times he has losl it. "There's no sense getting mad you can't change a decision," he said quietly. "Andrade is a good fast boy. I've always been known as a slow starter. I thought I had him from the sixth on. 1 worked him over well in the fourth. When I went down in that round it was definitely a slip." In most cases, a .fighter who has dropped such a decision would be harping about it plenty. Carter took it like a gentleman. Best Fight Truman Gibson, secretary of the International Boxing Club, told Carter his 100th bout was one ol the best he ever fought and indicated he was entitled to a rematch. Despite his years In the ring and age he's going on 33),, Carter still showed sharp reflexes In his first scrap since failing to regain his title from Wallace Bud) Smith last Oct. 28. But Andrade was the official winner as Judge E. A. Frankel and Referee Joe White scored in his favor 95-94 and 96-95 respectively. Judge Lou CapparelU favored Carter 97-95. Andrade was outweighed 140-136, Track Coach, Son Receive Degrees LINCOLN, Neb., UP! — Ike- Hanscom and his son, Ladd, will receive degrees from the University of Nebraska Teachers College Saturday. The elder Hanscom will receive a master of education degree Ladd will get a.bachelor of science in education degree. Father Ike has" been studying for his master's degree while serv- KENTUCKY 577M/G//r.BpURBOM WHISKEY : A imoatlttr Kentucky bourbon limit 1870 THE Hill i nILl'COMPANY, DIVISION Of NMIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS CORPORATION, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. W PROOf. Yanks Will Try Eight Shortstops By JOE KEICHLER NEW YORK (AP) — A shortstop elimination contest without precedent in the major leagues will take place in the New York Yankees' spring training camp at St. Petersburg, Fla., wtien the American League champions launch preparations for the 1956 baseball season, late this month. Eight candidates will compete for the berth held so long by Phil Rizzuto, one of the greatest of all Yankees. The list includes three rookies. They are Jerry Lumpe, who batted .301 at Birmingham and was the Southern ..Assns' all- star shortstop; Woody Held, who had 18 home runs and drove in 87 runs at Denver; and Tony Kubek, a fine looking prospect from Quincy, HI., who batted .334 and led the Three-Eye league in total hits. Kubek, only 20, is not on the Yankee rtster, but is held In high esteem by the Yankee front office . A well built lad, Kubek stands 6-3, walloped 34 doubles, and 14 homers and drove in 81 runs last year. The. other shortstop candidates Include Jerry Coleman, Billy Hunter. Billy- Martin,. Gil McDougald and of course, Rizzuto. Lumpe, 22, is the lad Charlie Dressen, Washington manager, insisted be included in a proposed deal with the Yankees last summer. Held, 23 has one of the finest arms ,in the business. Kubek, the dark horse of the field, is the youngster General Manager George Weiss told Casey Stengel not to include In any trade. Other Bidden The list of promising youngsters bidding for spots on the Yankee club include catchers Lou Berberet and Johnny Blanchard; infielders Buddy Carter, Bobby Richardson and Marv Throneberry; outfielders Lou SJkizas, Whitey Herzog, Bob Martyn and Dick Tettlebach; and Pitchers Jim Coates, Ralph Terry, Jim De Palo, -Jim O'Reilly and Jim Pignatello. Throneberry, a brother of the Boston Red Sox outfielder, gets a chance for the regular first- base job on the strength of an impressive slugging record at Denver. His batting average was only .275 but he walloped a league high of 36 home runs and drove' in 117 runs. He is only 22. Coates, a 6-4, 23-year-old right- hander, Is probably the best regarded among the five pitching newcomers. He had a 13-8 record at Binghamton, turned in a note- v/orthy 2.77 earned run average and led the- Eastern League with 186 strikeouts in 185 innings. Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York 106, '..Philadelphia 104 double overtime) ° Minneapolis 107, 'Boston IOC Rochester 83, Syracuse 77 Ing as assistant track'coach, taking most of his work in night school and summer sessions. Ladd has been a track team member for tour years. Know This Man? Sfc. Joh'n William Fraser "Bill" has b««n a member of Company "M" since April, 1948. tie has been Transportation Ser- ffftanl (or tfle past two years. At full strength he would have responsibility over Zl vehicles. Sfc Fraser is.employed by E. C. Robinson Lumber Company here In Blythevllle. 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