PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.)' COUNTER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1954 Chickasaws Take on Strong Whitehaven Eleven Tonight Unbeaten Tribe After Fourth Straight Win Unbeaten in three straight outings, Blylheville's Chicks go after their fourth win of the season here tonight igainst the always-tough Tigers of Whitehaven, Tenn. •I The Haley Field contest Is scheduled for an 8 p. m. opening. A victory tonight Is doubly important to the Chicks. Not only will they be out to extend their current winning streak to seven ttraight. Including three carry-overs from iMt year, they will b« out to nvenge » 12-6 licking they suffered at the Hand« of the Tigers the last time the two teams met in 1952. Tif.cn Have 2-2 Record But the going is not going to be easy, and no one needs to expect it to be. Whitehaven is a perennial powerhouse in West Tennessee aftd this year is no exception. The Tigers own a 2-2 record, but their two loeses are nothing of which to be ashamed. They have dropped decisions to Tupelo, Miss., and to South Side of Memphis. Tonight's game will be another battle of the T versus the Notre DartK Box. The Tigers run the T with plenty of speed in the form of halfback by the name of Shepherd. After seeing the Tigers lose to South Side last week. Line Coach Bill Stancll dubbed Shepherd one of the fastest backs he has seen recently. The Tigest alao boast plenty of power to go with Shepherdte speed, Injuries Mllht Hurt Th« Chicks spent most of the week working on defense, particularly pass defense. They put, In three long afternoons of hard work anc tapered off with a light workout yesterday. The Chicks also have injuries to •ome key players that could very well be a stumbling block tonight, Charles (Bug) Abbott, the hard funning junior who has been alternating at fullback with Kenneth Fisher injured a knee in practice Giants, Indians Split Record Pot NEW YORK HP)—Both the New York. Giant* and the Cleveland Indians cut up record world aeries share* this year. Twenty - eight GfanU, plu* their trainer and clubhouse atendant, received $11,147.00 ee ch, while each Indian collected. •6.712.M. B a i e b a 11 Commissioner Ford Frlck announced the breakdown yesterday. The full Giants' share was $2,867.22 more than the previous record of the New York YnnkecB of 1953. The Indians, who distributed 35& shares, also set a record for a loser. All told the players' share of the receipts came to $661,763.72, an nil- time high. Included was $83,000 for a pre-game world series TV program. The players get 60 per cent of the receipts for the first foviv »am«s with 70 per cent going to Wit competing teams. Women's Tourney in Second Round FORT SMITH, Ark. Ml—Medalist Mrs. Gordon Perrin of El Dorado, who won her first round of match play yesterday, meets Mrs. Carle Robblns of Fort Smith in the second round of the Hardscrnbble Women's Invitational Golf tovivnn- ment. Mrs. Perrin yesterday defeated Mrs. Giibert Thompson of Muskogee, Okla., 7-5. Mrs. Bobbins defeated Mrs. Bill Roberts of Pine Bluff, Ark., 7-5. Finals will be Sunday. Monday and spent tin; rest of tht week limping around. He is a doutb- ful starter tonight. And blocking bark Bobby Jones spent mast of the week on !he sidelines, nurilnu sore ribs. However, he Is expected to stari tonight. Fisher Ready Otherwise, the Chicks should take the field In good physical shape. Fisher, who underwent an appendectomy five weeks ago, IK still n»t up to par but he should see plenty of action tonight. Tonight's Rame is the tag end of a two niRht double header win Whiehavcn teams, L4ist night nlythevillc's junior Papooeps sulIcred the!r iirsl loss of the season to a larger Whitehaven squad and the senior Tigers will be out to take a clean sweep of the double bill tonight. Burdefte Juniors Get First Win Pirates Break let Afrtr Two Years by Downing Marked Tree BURDETTE — Burdettc's junior Pirates today were celcbrnt their first victory in their brlel two-year history following a 14-C victory at Marked Tree lust night. The Junior Pirates went through their first season wlnless last yenr and had been beaten In their first three games of this ycnr. Two touchdowns in the first hiilf did the trick for Coach Jimmy Allen's PlrnteS. After the first half the game was a defensive battle the rest of the wiiy. Tailback Jack Petty paced Bur- delte 1o its first win. Petty scored both touchdowns on runs of 5 and 3 yards nnd his brilliant running help set them both up. Petty set up the first one in tfie first period with a 25 yard juunt n the enrly minutes lo move the anil to the Marked Tree five, Then ic stepped over for the marker, ^ullbnck Coy Roblson plunged lor the extra point. Petty Scored A K.I In After .successive gains by Robl- son, Franks ami Petty tn the second qimrter. Petty got Bimlctle's fil tally on a three yard poke. ctty also added the extra point. After half time intermission, the lunlor Pirates' offense fell apart and Ihey were not able to muster another scoring punch. Marked Tree never offered a serious threat. They penetrated Burriette territory only once, in Jie third quarter. Burdctte starters: Paul Houston ind Billy Crump, ends; Ivy Jackson and Eugene Williams, tackles: Bill Crosskno nnd Jerry Tiillcy. guards; Joe Pnync. center; Bobby Franks, wingback; Jerry Tomlin. blocking back; Coy Roblson, fullback and Petty, tailback. Syracuse Ties Little Series SYRACUSE. N. Y. Ml — Ivan Ike) Delock goes to the mound for .he Louisville Colonels In Quest of ils second little world series victory against the Syracuse Chiefs onlRht. If he Is successful Un- American Association winners will BOBBY JONES Schoolboy Footboll— Conway Hangs 19-7 Loss on LR Catholic Ky THE ASSOCIATED Pit ESS Conway's Wampus Oats used throe rlifforont routes to the goal lo defeat Catholic High of Lilllc Hock 19-7 in one ol the high school Football gumes played m Arkansas last nighl In the first (iiinrlcr I he ni.M.rirl 3AA Wiminu.s Calx murchrd 73 yards to scoi'o on n siiMninrd tlrici-. A pildinul fiilUm-rd by a running piixs by Oiiyldi'd MurcluiiHh to Tommy Williams covered 72 ynrcl.s mul Kim-' Comviiy Its second tmu'lulmvn. A fumble set up the llnul Wampus Cut, touchdown, Other soinw hi si ni^hl Include Harding Academy of Seiiri'y over Viills lium. 2H-0. Clarendon over Hnzcn 32-6. Muivrll OVIM- the Hcl- i B |cum 1>(M>, Gurdon over Piv.s- coU 25-1'.!, ft mi u scovcloss tic. IM % - cii Mineral Springs and Ashdown. Pine Hluff vs. i:i Dorado Tonight's top R»me sends Pine niufl to El Hnnuio for a midnl Bip Seven conference gitnie with the Wildcats. iioc-d only one move viclovy to wrap it up. This is » key same (or both leums in the best-ot-seven scries. The Chiefs, International Lt-iigue victors, (led it ni two i^anu's apiece a.st ni^hl with n 1-0 ii iuniph behind .Mm (Hear) Owens' tuo-hiuer. Sports Roundup— One Platoon Tears Still Fall By GAYI.E TALBOT NEW YORK <Ji—Whatever happened to the football coach who was moaning only a year ayo that the college game had gone to the dogs with abolishment of the two- platoon system? Does he .still feel that way after having "given the game back to the boys" through one full campaign and part of a second? The answer is thai he's still throbbing like an inflamed tooth, but has become more or less resigned Vo playing with a single unit. He knows now thai H's here TRUSSES EXPERTLY FITTED Price KIRBY DRUGSTORES Robertson's Radio and TV. Service 515 E. Main Wad* War.houtt Bldg. D*f n. S-4251 Nil* Ph. I-ITM to stay. Here's what one of them said privately R fc\v duys back: Little Difference "We're not playing iuiy where near as good footbnII, but ul lenst we're equally bad nnd I doubt thnt the spec! n tors notice any big dil- feicnre. You are seeing .more .so called up.sct.s and hinh, crazy stores than you did M'hcn \vo could throw in n fre.sh, strong defensive unit and re.st uv our bull curriers. "There just isn't eunuch lime to teach defense,. We've yot lo bear down on the offense and hope (hut the boys were taught how to tackle somewhere back in their youth and thnt they have enough .stamina to hold up when the other side get.s rolling. It might be a long time before you see another major team go through an undefeated season." The winner .stack.-, up as the loj ! l.lin-iit to Little Hnck ill the Big .Seven elmmploii.ship nice. Lit.tic Rock, iifler two lo.sses to out,-of,s(ale t*'it ins, entered thy Big Sever ruee last week by smack IMK Hoi Springs 52-0. The Tigers niuet Furl Smith in a conference untile ul Little Rock. Four straight victories already or the record. E! Durado will be. bank- ini; un Us Hll-leUmnun bi\ckl\elci tor the punch to beat the Zebras Halfbacks Bobby Bates and James Mooty provide the speeci and lull- back Ijiuitiir Drum mo nd .supplier the jiowLM 1 in El Dorado attack, /tdinis Ut'iilpii <hicc Pine Blufl" has l>ern beaten only once (his reason, n L>1-0 shutout ;\t- Uie hniuls i\f ClivenviUc. Mis?.., which l;i>l yenr won the Mississippi tstiile crown. Missing IUMUS W She Pine BlutT liin'iip are >pccd in the backfleld and experience in I he line. Other Bit; Scu-u ietuu,s leave home for non-omierence jiame.s. H o t Springs take:-, on Nashville. North Little Rock laivs Husst'llville and In District 1AA the Fayetteville Bulldogs, with one kiss and one victory In conference play, take on Spriniidale, which has one conference lo.s.s on its record. Two pjinies are scheduled in District 4AA. Arkadetphm i;oef, to Knir- view nt Canirien and Suiackover viMUs Fovdyce's uwteteiueti Hcrl- bims. "Always Great" Charlie Dressen, who is about to learn n v/holo lot about hmv the othev iniuuivuM' livos \vlion he tnk^s nvor the Washington Senators, was amused at reports (hat (he Cleveland Indians were surprised at the brilhiuit fielding of Hank Thompson on third bn.se. "Th'iU guy aKvuys \C:\s n ^ri'ut third ba.scman," Chi; r lie said. "Om- of the few ini-stnkt'S Leo i Dliro* chevi i-vtM- mi\di!'w i .\s \vlu v n he kep\ trying lo make a right tieldrr ot him. I remember telling my Dodgers (or a couple of yours ihut ;is long us Leo kept fooling around like thai (hey didn't have anyilmm I* worry about." There is no .que.stion lhat Drr.sscn believes he could have \*on another flag at' Brooklyn, but he refused to find fnult the man who succeeded him, Wall Alston. He saiti \\ coiilrt have happened lo anybody. ' OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Complete Service Exclusive at any hour Gulf Products Guaranteed Service and Satisfaction STOVALL SERVICE STATION Phone 3-S72T 1st. & Ash Sis. Wells And Pumps For Farm Crop Irrigation Equipped to drill any Size Well 'You can't irrigate without water." ARKANSAS WELL COMPANY Football Scores COUSTV Whitnhaven Juniors 19. Blythe- vlllc 13 Burdett* Juniors 14, Marked Tree 0 STATE Conway 10. Catholic High 7 Harding Academy 28, DeValls Blull 0 Clarendon 32, Hazen 6 Marvcll 20, Helena B 6 Gurdon ?.*. Prcscoll 12 Mineral Springs 0, Ashdown 0 (tie) COLLEGE Western Illinois 7, Lewis 8 Southeastern Okla IS, Northeastern Okla 9 Sugar Ray Plans Ring Comeback Dancing Man Robinson Pressed for Money To Finance Big Show NEW YORK W)— Dancing man Ray Robinson, pressed for money to finance a big show, rrmy return to the ring from which he retired in 1952. Susar Ray v who once held the world welterweight and middleweight championships, has started workouts ami will go into serious tinining at Greenwood Lake, N.J-, .starting next Monday. Nothing is definite, his manager George Gainford. said today. Work Will Tell 'Only a lot of work in the camp show if Siifjar has it" he said "If he doesn't, the whole idea is off. ft we arc convinced he can still fight, he will return to the ring." Robinson has been in show business since he retired and Gainford said the pair want to muke a tour of the world with their own show. "But," he siiid. "we figure it will cost a quarter of a million dolliirs to arrange that—Hiring singers, dancers nnd an orchestra. We don't have that hind of money nnd we don't want to go into debt for it. "There is only one way to get the cash and thai Is for Sugar to fight again. The same iniys he licked when he wa?? active in the ring tire still fighting. He can whip them again." Don Kimuth, co-captain of the Michigan State football team, is saluted as "Dr. Don" by his teammates. He had a straight "A" average In all his classes last term. Surprising Razorbacks Face Tough Baylor Tomorrow Undefeated Porkers After 3rd Win in Dad's Day Tilt By RAY STEPHENS FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas' surprising Razorbacks will seek their third straight victory of the 1954 football season here tomorrow afternoon against the tough, injury-hampered, Baylor Bears. but The Porkers, conquerors o£ Tulsa and TCU. are sure to meet a toucher brand of competition in Baylor, despite the fact that the Bears' best running halfback, L.G. Dupre, will .sit out the game. Duprc was hurt in Baylor's 19-13 upset loss last week to the Univer- Capitani Tops Small Colleges 150-Pound Fullback Is Offensive Leader NEW YORK Iff 1 )— Tiny Ralph Capitani of Iowa teachers, a foot- hall fullback despite his 150 pounds, if off to a flying start, in defense of his small college individual offense title. Statistics released today by the NCAA service bureau show only two Capitani, who is only 15 yards behind Alvin Ben! of Trinity Texiis who leads with 498 yards on 61 plays in three games. Jim Podoley ol Central Michigan is two yards ahead of Capitani, but he also has played three games. Capitani has picked up most of his yardage by pas-sing and he leads the nation in that department for a total of 430 yards and two touchdowns. Kent State and Marshall rank one-two in both total offense and Kent State has averaged 501.5 rushing and passing yards in two games and rolled up 624 yards'in humbling Western Reserve 65-0 yards by iushing. Carleton College is the defensive standout, having 90.3 yards by its first three opponents. Iowa Teachers is the passing lea- j der with an average of 243 yards ' per game nnd Capital of Ohio has the best punting average, 46.8 yards. sity of Miami and probably won't see action for several weeks. A capacity crowd of 18.000 fans is expected to Jam Razorback Stadium for the Southwest Conference game, highlight of the third annual Dad's Day campus celebration. The weather outlook for the afternoon contest is for partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures. Arkansas will be at full strength for the tilt in contrast to Baylor's long list of injured stalwarts. Blocking back Bobby Proctor, end Walt Matthews and fullback Joe Bill Wilson, all reserves, were injured in the TCU contest, but Coach Bowden Wyatt reports that trio will play. Proctor, whose last minute pass interception set the stage for the Porkers' winning touchdown in the 20-13 upset of TCU, suffered a minor knee injury .Wilson sprained an ankle, and Matthews suffered a bruised arm. Arkansas will be striving to maintain a clean slate for 1954. Besides whipping TCU, the Razorbacks opened their season with a 41-0 triumph over Tulsa. Baylor, victim of an upset -. against Miami, won its first two" games, trounching the University of Houston 53-13, and edging Vanderbilt M-14. The Bears had been considered by many observers to be of championship caliber this year, but that was before Dupre was lost. 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