PAGE SIX BLTTHEVnXE (ARK.) COtmiER NEWS JOINER — An excellent turnout of fans here at Shawnee High School Saturday night saw the Dyess boys walk away vith the championship of the Mississippi County Class B Junor High Basketball Tournament, as they licked Armqrel, 71-34. In the girls division, Armorel grabbed the crown, wal- oping Keiser, 42-19. In the girls consolation game, Dyess trimmed Missco, 26-19. And hird-place finisher in the boys bracket was Wilson, 31-25 winners urMUF IN ATI ANTA Canadians Maurice Ac Varennes of . Coral all Ontario leh. and Jon Babbitt of Verdeen, Quebec, thought they'd left hockey behind when they came south to study at Georgia Tech. But when the school opened an ice rink they" lost little time in organizing two teams 'of Tech students and they'll play what is believed to be the first ice hockey game in Georgia history. _ . Bills Meet Long-Time Jinx Oklahoma A&M By JIM VAN VALKENBURG The Associated Press Eddie Hickey's long-time jinx — Hank Iba and his slowpoke Oklahoma A&M Cowpokes — stands in the way tonigh of Hickey's SI. Louis team, which threatens to take complete command of the Missouri Valley title race. St. Louis is unbeaten in six Val-i t j on Tournament tltlista couldn' ley games and is bidding for top-10 bea t A&M and four other Hickej national recognition with a nine-j teams could have won the crow game "winning streak and a 14-2 j by beating Iba. record. ln fg^ Hickey lost more time „ runnerup Houston (5-2) Saturday, ' Valley teams combi n ed. In con ' both at" St. Louis, the Billikens ,;;--•' the "i r 'o n ~ Du i e of stmwa'.e would have an 8-0 record and need ba t( cc j 8!3 n g a j ns t Hickey but .75 just one victory in their last four aga inst'the rest of the conference games for a title tie and two lor Crackup with a sweep o£ roa d game an undisputed crown. ' - -- • - •But two defeats would knock them into second place behind Houston, if the Cougars win at Bradley (2-2) Thursday. Dyess and Armorel Win Missco Meet over Missco. Th«- final game of the evening. he boys championship fray, saw norel stay close up to the half, 27-20. From there, however, the champs really poured it on, racking up 44 points in the last half. Burlison pacei Dyess with 26 points. On the other side of the .edger. Armorers Williams ac- :ounted for 14. ARMOKEL'S GIRL titlists ran away to a 33-6 intermission bulge and had no difficulty from therein. McDaniels poured in 19 tallies for Armorel while B. Smith of Keiser came up with 16. In the opening game on the night's card, Dyess tpok third place in the girls play as Missco's Miller was the only player to score for her team. She registered .all 19 points. Dyess led at the half 14-11. Dyess high-point producers were Johnson and Balch with 10 each. IN THE ACTION for third and fourth slots in the boys division. Wilson squeaked ahead to a 13-10 halftime edge and steadily increased the amount to the final six- point difference, 31-25. Missco hung In as Weathers pitched in 11 scores but had to be satisfied with fourth place. Nunnally fired 15 for Wilson. The Missco Tournament scene now shifts to Wilson where the Senior High Girls meet gets underway Wednesday night, Feb. 8. Mustangs Riding High After Whipping Porkers, 58-53 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Southern Methodist's Mustangs, after whipping the Arkansas Razorbacks 58-53 Saturday at Fayetteville, have now met every team in the Southwest Conference. And the Mustangs are riding high atop the heap with six straight triumph over league competition against no defeats. The victory broke a tie for first place and left Arkansas, although still dangerous to SMU's hope to repeat as champion, with a 5-1 conference record. In beating- the Razorbacks on the Porkers' home court, the Mustangs hit on 41 per cent of their shots and were never behind although the Razorbacks twice tied the score. But the tight SMU defense, led by the giant Jim Krebs, Wouldn't et Arkansas break loose and the Arkansas shooters lust couldn' find the range when the chips were down. Arkansas' leading scorer Manuel Whitley, was held to onlj eight points. While the tense battle in the Ozarks was in progress, the Texa! uonghorns were tasting their x'irs conference victory, beating! Bayloi If the speedy, high-scoring Bills were facing any other conference foe bue the Aggies, they's be prohibitive favorites. | Iba's cautious, defensive-minded j .igainst Wichita (60-88) and TulK (73-66) last week, while the Aggies took their third straight road defeat, 61-51, at Detriot. In other conference games, Bradley ploys at Wichita i2-4) and Detroit >3-6) at Ttllsa (1-5), both on Saturday. The Valley's gaudy intersectlon- Ibas cautious, eensve-mne clubs have mem* nothing but trou-l »I «™rd of 60 won and 21 lost ' s houldn ' s " fer durm a thee- We for Hickey's fast-breakme: teams since he took over at St. Louis in 1948. Iba won 13 of 16 games over Hickey in that stietch and leads 23-11 including Hickey's nine Creighton teams. Only one of Hickey's six . Valley championship theams since 1936 escaped defeat by •the Aggies. shouldn't suffer during. game schedule this week, starting with Wichita at Oklahoma City tonight. On Thursday, Drake plays at Wichita and Oklahoma at Oklahoma A&M. The Valley split six Olympic Shots ... CORDINA D'AMPEZZO, Italyl.-fi Hero: Austria's Toni Sailer, triple winner in Alpine spng'events. Heroine: Tenley Albright, United States, who overcame tne pain of a severely gashed leg to win the women's figure skating title. Biggest setback: the United States,•'vhich finished sixth in unof ficial team standings. Greatest success: Russia, which won six gold medals on its first appearance in a Winter Olympics outside i and won an unofficial team scor- games A&M's week, loss Oklahoma at Kansas lea . dropped Iba one game behind Phog his 1948 National Invita- i Allen, 16-17, in their series. Mlchi- Patterson, Peeples in Duel DELL — Patterson of Armorel and Peeples of Dell hooked up in a fierce scoring duel here Friday night with Patterson and Armorel coming: out on top. Armorel won the game 72-60. Score of the duel was 46-41. Points 40 and 41 were hung up by Peeples on a believe-it-or-not 7&-foot shot at the sound of the buzzer, In the girls opener, Dell swallowed Armorel 36-19. Austin and Byers clicked with 17 points apiece for Dell. Northcut hit 12 for Armorel. ing. Loudest cheers: For Carol Heiss and Ronnie Robertson, Unitec States, after performances tha brought them only second place. in women's and men's figure ska j ing. Biggest rhubarb: An American and Swedish protest against Jap an's Chlharu Chick) Igaya's sec ond place in the slalom. It was re jected. Abbott Accepts Invite To Football All - Star; Cage Tourney at LR CHARLES ABBOTT, six-foot 185-pounder who played fullback on last year's Blytheville High football team, has accepted an invitation to play in the Arkansas All-Star high school football game to be played at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock in August. The announcement was made by j the head coach of the Eastern earn, LAMAR DINGLER of Lake Village. One of his assistants in the game will be Blytheville's head mentor RUSSELL MOSLEY. Five other gridders have accepted invitations to play in the contest which Will be held during the annual coaching clinic. They are RICHARD LUCAS, tackle, Osce- BILLY TBANUM. end, Wilson . . . JIMMY GADBERRY, Crossett . . . RAY GOODWIN, center, Paragould . . . and HAROLD REGISTER, guard, Clarendon. Dingier said he would announce other members of his squad soon. The West team will be coached by STEED WHITE of Fort Smith. THE 1956 BIG EIGHT basketball tournament is to be held in Little Rock's High School Field House, Feb. 29-Mar. 3. Announcement of date and site In other conference games las week, SMU whipped Baylor 92-7: and Arkansas edged Texas Chris tian 74-72. Against outside opposition. Texas beat West Texas State 86-79. Rice downed, Lamar Tech 70-48, while Texas A&M took two defeats. The Aggies fell 76-56 before Oklahoma City University and 105-74 to the University of Houston. Conference games scheduled this week send Texas to Dallas for a clash with SMU and Baylor to Arkansas Tuesday night. Wednesday TCU and third place Rice meet at Fort Worth. Saturday Rice and Arkansas get together at Houston and Baylor and Texas A&M tangle at Waco. • Conference was made late Saturday by Big Eight conference members. In a meeting, the basketball coaches from the eight schools mapped permanent brackets for the meet. Teams finishing in the top slots ,a round-robin play will be assigned corresponding positions in the bracket each year with first and fourth place quintets in one half and second and third-place teams in the other half. Cory's Margin Of Victory , /si 0-Foot Putt Gary ^ MAKING mMSEKNOWN Open Qolf Tournament and he thought a 10-foot putt he sank for a birdie on the first hole of the final round was the key shot to the victory. The 35-year-old veteran might have added another stroke—the The other teams will draw for heir spots. This year in. the opening round, the top team will be pitted against No. 6 ... No. 4 and No. 5 will Clash ... No. 2 will play No. 7, while No. 3 will play the team fin- shing in the cellar. Flip of a coin by school principals will break up ties. THE ,BIG 14 (junior high schools of. the Big Eight member cities) also voted Saturday to hold their tournament at Little Rock's High School Field House, starting Feb 22. winding up Feb. 25. Although the Feb. 24 games, because of a conflicting Big Eight schedule, wil be played at the Forest Height Junior Gym. » * • THE BIG EIGHT is thinking about withdrawing from the state Class A basketball tournamen next year. Principal JESS MATHEWS o Little Rock High made the propos al at Saturday's meeting, and likely will be voted on at the next' conference confab. Teh Arkansas Athletic Association voted down such a proposal at its last meeting. CONFERENCE MEMBERS of the Big Eight also voted to hold the regular state track meet April 28. But this is still subject to AAA confirmation. « « • OFFICIALS of Pine Bluff High have decided to relinquish their victory to the disputed Texarkana game. This action followed a meeting between Zebra Coach Jerry McFarland and his team, and drops them from second to fourth place. The Razorbacks had won the game in a second, sudden-death overtime after scoring two points but the game was prolonged since both coaches believed the rules called for the winner to "gain a two-point lead." Pine Bluff went on to win as -the action continued. Here Tonigkt: Paps, Paragoald The Blytheville 'Junior High School Papooses, and their eighth grade juniors, will meet Paragould in a basketball doubleheader here tonight at Haley Field Gym. The Paps of Coach John Koldus will be after their fourth win of the campaign. They have been tripped 10 times. The Paps worked last here the night of Jan. 30. They fell to Manila in R thriller on that date, 3431. They closed strong and ployed exceptionally fine floor game. The Blytheville ninth - graders Ron Delany Runs to Win W L Pet. Pts. OP | one from the tee that young Jim gan State survived a big Detroit rally to win 85-78 and Iowa, at Rice home, clipped Wichita 98-85. Brad- Texas ley ran up 23 straight points after Arkansas it aws 64 and took Army 89-54. Texas A&M Houston outclassed Sam Houston Baylor 87-59 and Texas A&M 105-74. TCU Rice Texas A&M Baylor TCU Texas 0 1.000 1 833 ' 385 397 Blair HI of Missouri put into a pond on the 15th that broke a dead jjuuu u« me iwui* «j«w — . v~.— .2 '667 453 428J even battle and cost the amateur 3 .500 460 502 sensation of the event a chance .167 .167 .167 488 493 440 All Gajtnes W L Pet. Pts. OP 16 3 .889 1402 1153 15 3 .833 1499 1196 8 9 .481 1242 1261 7 9 ,43« 1107 1059 6 12 .333 1239 1400 4 14 .235 1076 1190 3 15 .167 1131 1273 Just to Get Squow Volley Started California Needs $4 Million for victory. Middlecoff went on to shoot a 68 for a 72-hole score of 276, eight under par fo't ;he distance, and the .$2,400 winning professional' 1 ? purse. Blair came 4n with a one-under- par 70 and a tie for third with Jimmy Demaret at 280, and the man Middlecoff really feared, big Mike Souchak, wound up second with a 69 for 279. Scene Shifts So matters stood today as the tournament scene shifted to Tucson and the $10,000 Open this weekend. Yesterday Middlecoff led Sou- chak and the surprising Blair 'by two strokes going into the final round. After 63, Middlecoff three blows in front. was By TED S.MJTS CORTINA D'AMPEZZO. Italy (API — The most lavish and best run Winter Olympics in history arc at an end. and the ybulh of the world has been summoned to gather at Squaw Valley in California in 1060 for the next games — already the tenter of controversy. The IlaiKiii On mpu 1 Commnit.-c-. dipping into a biu i;ile 01' money from it.-- peivenl;iMe iin the :m- tlonul soccer betting pool, -;pent eiyht million dollars to make tlu-se giunes a model 01 eificiciicy. Squnw Vnlley ha.- bt'ni tolci by the International Olympic Committee it must fi'et another lour million from the California Legislature by April 3 to .start the \vheols gointr. It already has one million. Iim.sbrurk, Austria, \vill ,et the games if Squaw Valley defaults. Europeans Doubtful The California sponsors are confident they can build the hotels, dormitories, restaurants, bob run, , stadium, ski jump and ice rinks ; n e e d e d. Many Europeans are doubtful. If Cortina provides a basis : for judgment, five million will I hardly get Squaw Valley off to ; more than a good start. Cortina started off with hotels, a bob run and a tradition as a fine sport? resort, yet still spent tiir more than that. ! The games that ended here in j solemn ceremonies were won by Soviet Russia. Using the traditional method of 10-5-4-3-2-1 points in all events where gold medals were , .iwardcd, Russia had 121 to 78V 2 I for tiny, recently liberated Austria. : Other leaders were Finland 66, Sweden 62. Switzerland 55',i and : United Slates 54'i. Thirty-two na- tions competed and 18 scored. Only Individuals Recognized i The Olympics recognize only individual champions and try to discourage unofficial team scores. Only one event was run off yesterday, the special ski jump. Antti Hyvarinen and Aulis Kallakorpi of Finland took first and second, with Harry Glass of Germany third. All had jumps over 80 meters (about ' 262 feet). Americans were outclassed. Art Devlin of Lake Placid, N.Y., did 244 feet 5 inches and' 237-10 for 194.5 points and 21st place in the field of 53. Dick Rahol of Iron Mountain, Mich., made the best jump by an American, 255 feet 10 inches, but fell and got only »8 points for this and his other jump of 244-5. He was 51st. . Then Mlddlecsff and the jitters combined to bio whls lead and the Second Global World Series CHICAGO Oft — A resolution ap> proving the second annual global world series was passed today by the Natoinal Baseball Congress. The series will be assigned in the United States early in Sep tember involving the same eight nations which competed last year at Milwaukee. Champions from Asia. Europe, Canada, United States, Colombia, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Hawaii will take part. The winner of the annual national tournament in Wichita be ginning Aug. 17 will represent the United States. NEW YORK I/PI—Unusual fellow, this Ron Delany. He runs only to win, paying no heed to records, stop watches, pro- moetrs or pacemakers. That may be good or may be bad, according to your personal point of view as to how a mile race should be run. The promoters, who like records by the bushel, are tearing their collective hail- out. One thing is certain, though, and that is without Vies Santee, who has been shelved by the AAU for at least the next two weeks, the mile certainly i l ~ not going to lae (tie glamoui event of the Indoor track circuit. Delany, a 20-year-old Villanova sophomore from Dublin, has the field all to himself. Len Truex of the Air Force and Joe Deady, a former georgetown relay specialist, are not eouipped to push De-j ready to make his bid, then passed lany anywhere near a record. | his rivals as though they were Ron's 4:09.5 Millrose victory Sat- running on tar. had troubles mainly uith their shooting eyes and a 6-2 Manila center, J. T. .Johnson, who racked up 18 points. Pap Doug Dorris came up with 11 in the tray. The Blytheville eight - graders have only competed in two contests this season, and dropped them both. But one loss was dished out by Burdette's Junior High five. The other loss was against Poplar Bluff, just about the best eiglit-h- Brade quintet to show up around here in many years. First game tonight starts at 6:45. urday night was nri effortless one. He just loped along until he was amazing was all ev Blair, refusing to fold, en with him at the 12th hole— a bogely for Gary, two birdies for the amateur. 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