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PAGE TEN m.YTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1954 Chicks Face Paps Top Tilts This Week Two Winners In Grid Contest Tie Results When Neither Guesses Blytheville Score The $10 first prize In the Courier News' weekly football contest was split two ways last week with Ira H. Bohaning and Chris A. penning- ton. both of Blytheville. getting $5 each. Mr. Bohnning and Mr. Pennington both missed only five [inmcs in the contest and neither guessed at the score of the Blythovillc-White- haven game so contest judges ruled that the two split the prize money. Last week a new rule, designed to decide such ties, was added to the contest. The rule is that entrants must guess at the final score of the Blytheville game. This score is to be used only In Tribe Goes to Mobile, Juniors Play Newport Blylheville's Chicks and Papooses gel. back to work this week as they prepare for two more lough foes. The Chicks, toasting four straight wins alter trimming Whltehuvcn, Term., 35-14 Friday night, face another toilghle this week when they Journey to Mobile, Ala., to take on a strong Murphy High team. The Paps, smarting under their first loss of the season, remain at home to entertain the home folks, will take on Newport's Junior Greyhounds Thursday night. At Mobile, two undefeated and untied teams will come to grips and something is going to have to give. Won Four Straight Murphy has won four straight, too. claiming victories over some of Alabama's top high school teams. The Mobile team has defeated Jackson. Ala., -12-0; University Military School of Mobile 10-7: Phillips High of DirmiiiKham 27-12 and VI- of lies and the one Ruesstni! j Bnl . H1( ,|, 0 ( Mobile 21-0. the closest lo ihe final score will be declared the winner among those that, tied for first place. However, last week only a few of the hundreds of entrants guessed at the Blythevillc score. This week's contest npear.s In today's issue of the Courier News. Scores of lasl week's contest games: Blytheville 35, Whilehaven 14 Duke 13, Purdue 13 (tiej Washington State 34, Oregon Slate 6 Arkansas 21. Baylor 20 Princeton 13. Penn 7 Georgia Tech 30, LSU 20 Oklahoma 14. Texas 7 Navy 25, Stanford 0 SMII 25, Missouri 6 Mississippi State 14. Tulane 0 TCU 20, Southern California 7 Minnesota 26. Norlhwcstcrn 7 Osceola 33, Pocahontas 13 Kansas Slate 7. Nebraska 3 Georgia 21, North Carolina 7 Wisconsin 13. Rice 7 Oregon 33. California 37 Yale 13. Columbia 7 Ohio State 40, Illinois 7 Michigan 14, Iowa 13 Miami 26, Holy Cross 20 Norte Dame 33. Pitt UCLA 21. Washington 20 Penn Stall'. 24, Virginia 7 According to scouting reports, Murphy will field approximately the saine team that ' ; defeated 35-14 lost but few rounded team Carolina Driver WinsarLehi 1J2HI, Ark. (fl'i—Despite nn nHiuR transmission, former b u s driver Buck Bnknr finished first yesterday in the wild 250 mile Grand Nn- tional stock race at the Memphis- Arkansas Speedway. Baker avprnned H8.83 miles an hour over the I'—mile unpavrd oval to best oiil. Dick Ralhimm ol Duy- tona Beach, Fla. Bnker. of Charlotte, N. O.. pirked up $2.750 Rf his purse. Victory also boosted him to third place in the ranking kept by the National Association for Stock Car and Auto j " Racing. I Top men in ihr NASCAR rating ( split a bonus melon ol S100.000 | when the s>cnw»n riute late this j month. Amos m NASCAR's Grand ( National races cannot be modified or "souped up." by the Chicks Ia.st year. The Alabama school Just became a 12-year institution this year. Previously, students had graduated after completing the IHh grade. So therefore. Murphy players off its well of last year. Two Days Left And another year's experience should make a lot of difference, considering the fact that the Chicks have back only three starters of last, year's te*im. The Chicles tiro expected to net right down lo business this afternoon because they will have only two days in whU-.U to net prewired. They probably will leave for Mobile Thursday. The Peps will be l.rylnj? to &'.(, back on the winning track against Newport Thur.sduy night. Whitehaven's juniors handed Coach Jimmy Fisher's team its first loss of the .season last week 19-13, And this linme will be all-important, to the Paps In another way, loo. Newport Is one of four Arkan- MIS teams Ihe Paps play this year uud they want to maintain their record uf not losing a game in Arkansas. Arcoro Outdoes Even the Giants NEW Tins anybody Uio New be YORK (/! suiij.ested U) inrinuiTs of York Giant.s Unit they might in (In 1 wrong sport? 11 took them lour days lo win $11,HH ench in beating the Cleveland Indians In the World Series. Eddie Arcaro did better than thai in approximately three and thrce-i|unrier minutes Saturday nl Belmont Park when he won the Belmont F'uturity with Nashua and the Manhattan Handicap with High On the basis of 10 per cent of ir imr.se, the winning Jockey's Mini fee. Kdrtit: earned $11.215. Tech, A&M Only Unbeaten in AIC Both Teams Possess 2 Conference Wins; They Meet Oct. 30 By THE ASSOCIATKI) I'KKSS Arkansas Tech and Arkfins:;., A&M have cleared the cieck.s for their Oct. 30 football date at Monticello. The only two undefeated teams in the Arkaii:;:i.s Intercollegiate Conference, Tech and A&M both marked up iru-ir second conference triumph of the season over the week end. Tech walloped Onachita 34-7 nt Arkarielphla Saturday nltfht after n slow start. The difference in the tennis was a full load of talented reserves in Tech's ranks.. The clefendinK AIC champion Boll Weevils from A&M also ^ot their victory nt Arkudelphiii. They beat Henderson State Teachers College 14-0 Friday niKht. A&M and Tech should go into their Oct. 30 battle \vlih clean slates. This week A&M goes out of Lhc conference for a ^ruiie with Delta State of Mississippi. Tech's Wonder Boys, unbeaten In three nes, play host to Arkansas State Teachers College, which hasn't found a victory in lour mnncs. Even though It's n Rood bet the Wonder Boys won't have any trou- )Ie with the win less Teachers, I'ec coach Sam Hlndsman Is lak- \> nothing for granted. He says, "Everybody has fcot. it in for Tech now," and adds the •x Ini woe that it's hard to keep the Wonder Bnys "inspiruct for every hall KH me." Weevil coach Convoy Leslie Is happily watching some freshmen transform his team Inlo a more potent foot bull machine than he saw early in September. A lot of the credit for the Wee- Is' streak of Ihree Ktniitfht wins ics to end Kyle. Hurlr.icm uncl guards Charles Dearman and Bud Dial, who are plugging graduation holes Hint gnpetl wide open when practice started. The College of the O/.itrks, beaten once in the conference, romped | past Hendrix College 27-0 al Conway Friday night in hist week's only other conference game. In other gnines Southern Stale , , ., College whipped WillUun Curey I Noln ' 1>;tnit! Wlth tht College of Mississippi 23-13, Centra] Oklahoma State Teachers edged ASTC '21''20, UUle ttnck Junior College trimmed the University of Arkansas Frosh H-(i, and Arkansas State fell to Alabama Slate 2S-7. Cubs Play at Maiden CARUTHERSVILLE — Cjmilh- ersville's Junior High football Cubs will play the Maiden Juniors at Maiden. Mo., tonight. Kickoff time will be 7:00 p.m. The local team, coached by Jack Hopke, bus losi ull three o£ thus season's grid contests. Colonels Capture Little Series SYRACUSE, ,N. Y. i.H') — The Louisville Colonels Unlay la cert the pleasant tusk of dividing up $17.- ofifj--Uie winner's CO per cent share of the Little World Scries player pool. Louisville, the American Associa lion playofl winners, wrapped up place. Full Weekend Lies Ahead For Missco's Grid Teams V* CHICK l''l,A.N'Ki:H — Playing a lot of end for the Chicks this year is I^reddie Mmi_.r, :i lanky junior whose lonn suit is patch calch- liili. Hodge i.s c.xpi'i-tfd lo .sec plenty ol action against Murphy High ot Mobile I'Vuiay limht. (Courier ,\ews 1'hcjto) Monday's Football Wash— DoritCharLgeCoach.es Laundry Mark Yet IU \VILL (IKIMSLKY NK\V YORK (AIM — Monday's football wash, and don't any of those coaches' laundt'y marks yet: rs nt- Annapohs. These boys •i' desire" . . . anci clown in Dal- tfd Price had a realistic fi« Out in Ihe Midwf-M a wui ciilaled report had Iowa's Hvashevski shilcd In smvn nit' OnsU-rbHiiii at, Mich!!.a "I-lvy" supposed to put I In 1 er on it in last. S;iturd;iy'- . . . su what happen;;? . - . gan up anil dumps i;ivurc H-l'.i . , . wiul ill I'iU:-\)ui"U been t;ilk that Ile-i! Lhiw-.i will clnint.e n'Nidrmv Amlrtif nnvrtnr 'I't) Miuashi'd thiii alter tin i, with! reply to ihe clinch-! Loimhorn.s 1< gamut "We seoreci question of why the to Oklahoma points, M," said Price , they . proving jTexans may not always win foot j bull gatue:! but, tiiey sure know Native Dancet. winner of 21 of his 2'2 races, romped home by nine lengths in his tinal nice before owner Alfred Gwymie. VanderbilL reined him to slud. Knleliit/'s H. Alter the Mklslnpnn- pled St.ml • Kddie Eni iK-st it-urn the .series Saturday night by de- t'ealing Syracuse -\-'2 for (Ju: Culo- npls' fourth victory in six games. The Syvaaisf Chiefs will spUV up t.hr losers' purse of $11.si-i;i. or -10 per cent of (he player pool. Syracuse won the International League play nil's after whipping Havana in a pin volt' for fourth Longhorns Have Long Faces Sooners Prove No. 1 Ranking Oklahoma Appears Headed for Another NationalChampionship By ED CORRIGAN Unless an unexpected disaster overcomes Oklahoma, the Sooiiers should win the mythical national! college football championship this! year. ' , With only three weeks of the season gone, time probably has run ! out on Notre Dame. The one defeat the Irish suffered at the hands of Purdue probably will deprive young Terry Brennan of a title in his first year as a head conch. G^'ahoma already is over the big stumbling block of its schedule ami. Although Bud Wilkinson's lads still have .seven games to go, none if the remaining teams figure to be in the class of Texas, which fell before the Sconers 14-7 last Saturday. Slill Have Tough Ones Oklahoma'.still has Kansas Kansas State, Colorado, Iowa State, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma A&M on its schedule. Some of these certainly are not pushovers, and that greater equalizer, tiie one-platoon system, could work against any club. But if the Sooners can lick an outfit like Texas without the aid of Gene Caliime, the ought to be able to take anyone else with him. He probably will be back against Kansas. Jim Harris took over for Calame and the sophomore .substitute made his gloomy coaches eyes light ip. Karris' passing was a revalation ind he'll be heard from in the fu- ,uro. The rest of the Notre Dame schedule i,s loaded with bloody traps and the only hope the Irish. have coming out on top as the experts predicted in the preseason Associated press poll is to sail through their opposition and for the Sooners to be upended at least once. Notre Dame was impressive in ts 33-0 victory over Pitt. The victory showed that Brennan and his crew were capable of rebounding ftcr a humiliation. That's a good sign, but the Irish still have to tackle Michigan State and Navy in the next two weeks. U. C. L. A and Wisconsin At the moment, UCLA and Wisconsin are Oklahoma's chief rivals for national honors. But even their position Is precarious. The Ulcans barely cot past Washington, 21-20, and Wisconsin had considerable trouble boating Rice 13-7. Both UCLA and Wisconsin stay in their own leagues for the rest of the campaign. The Ulcans have five more Pacific Coast Conference games left, starting with Stanford, Seven Games on Tap with 4 Scheduled for County Fields Mississippi County's football fans will have another full weekend of their favorite sport this week as every team in the county swings into action. Seven games are on the agenda tot- this week with four of them to be played on county fields. The big one in the Class "B" division will be played at Kelscr where Keiser's undefeated Yellow Jackets to. dogs. At least two junior games are on tap for Thursday nighi. •BIythevflle's juniors remain at home this week to take on Newport in a game scheduled for Haley Field clash head on with Wilson's Bull-I Thursday night. , And Osceola's high powered ]un- This game is expected to go along' ior Seminoles get a real Lest Thurs- way in deciding the District SB' day night when _they'go J,o_ Jones•ace as both teams are ranked high n the running. Another top game this week will tie reeled off at Burdtte where Coach Harold Stockton's Burdette Pirates take on a strong Corning :ea ni. Corning has one of the strongest teams in this area and Burdette will be trying to get back on the ivinning trail after being sidetracked 41-0 by Class A West Memphis ast week. Luxora Plays Marion Only one other high school game is scheduled for a county field this week. That one will be played at Luxora Friday afternoon when the Luxora Panthers play host to Marion. Blytheville and Shawnee both travel outside the county this week. The undefeated Chicks go to Mobile, Ala., to meet another undefeated team, Murphy High of Mobile, Friday night. And Shawnee journeys to Lepan- \vhile the Badgers have to get by hall a dozen Big Ten foes. If things keep going as they are, the Coast race could go right down to the final game when UCLA anc SouUimi California meet on Nov 20. The Big Ten, on the other hand, L-oLild be decided this week when Wisconsin anci Purdue come to grips. Purdue wns not figured as a reai first-class title threat before the season starved, but. parser Len Dawson changed all that. The onlj T n Sports Roundup— Is Sugar Ray Just Talking? By Ci.AYLK TAIJtOT . sist that he intended to defend his club enjMnements, and he's still i NEW 'YORK '.-i''--SuKnr H;ty Rob-"title apain.st Handy Turpin of Eng-jtul! of ideas he was a dozen years in.son, who retired as middleweight' land. And all the time he was re- apo when he was inventing ni - s |ti ia | e'u'b yc champion nearly two years ago to; hearsinp diligently for his stage • famous "cosmic" punch. Lou's Inl- > [(,,'.,,],[ ' M -i 10 o launch a new career as a tup; debut. The promoting IBC, there-[ est obse-ssion is that boxi'rs should 1 AUSTIN is here ;i coaches ;i tales whk'l to dcsctMid upon tlicn the "sitd" ph.-ht ol the of Texas Lon*;hon^. The Lonyhorns have South wt-.sl Conterenc-i- ships, but this s ready botherni i The t'oiu is still iuipovtciut to foot : ball . . . Preston Carpenter kicked I \i\ last.piM'iod field gna! to n'lvc Ar-! kans;i.- ;i Ul-'^O win ovt?r Baylor . . .1 and Vt'rlr Cray kicked one from 11 ! yards out as Houston beat Texas i A&M 10-7 . . . and an adept place kicker could have won a number of the top sanies decided by the mar• L.HI of an extra point. I y arc ivbtuu tho i\\v\ Unit ihey Uuve never claimed KULL pos.--tv-sion ol tin- cellar. They admit thai they shared the reHar »or Umr slnr.^hl ye.irs — trom l!i:i:VSH nu-hisive. Hut. lliey point out. tiie\ weren't lonesonu'. I-);u'h of tin weI -(> j n a |H>rter! tn j [U . ' , ( , u j their ' dancer, lia. gradually h announced that he will ; fore, i.s eyeing the present "conie- L-m traminp today with i bark" very warily lest it find itself suckcrert into ^ivini; Rtiy some needed publicity lor his stage el- funs. The feeling here was thai sotne- in Robinson on that night two summers ,,. a^o when Joey Maxim, the then | a huht heavyweight champion, beat a view to uiV-.iuy uji his old u.ule again. Say.s ihat, despite all hi.- real.esiaie holdings in Hai'leni. lie Jinds hiinsell short oi sjicndmi' money. . ,h, n - broke If it were anybody except the 34- terribly hot year-old Su^ar Boy talking, this' would be the most exciting pugilistic news of the week. A match between him and the current 1130- pound kiny, Bobo Olson, siilll would draw well into six iijivsrcs. But it was never possible to Know to lftke _ It sli ji g OCS _ whether this great ring- artist was' talking straight or ju.st talking, and it isn't now. Retirement Talk Cited Up to within a few days of hi.s rc- do dark t-h; i lim t nlo a bivbblinB wreck. We fell th ,, n , Ilnt he w\\\& not enter the rillf , a( . aint that he Imd mken the only b»d beating he intended ever ' Should Train al Nifjhl Another former fighter turned thespian, Lou Nova, has been in or more boxing' every afternoon at o'clock and then hitting the hay t 10 o'clock every night. When they finally g pionships. .thai Uio the y ha IV:HT [her championship and that !h<\v finishert -as lop winners r.i I'.MG t into the riRht forl»»d 1918 when no champimiyiiips they're pvncticaHy | wove a\vardeil uecuiiM 1 o! World walking in llioir sleep." 'Win 1 I Days. Tag Bout Tops Wrestling Card It'll be regulation four-man lay \vivsthng toni.;lu in the feature bout ol the American Legion's matches :H Memorial Autiiiorium. Lester Welch niiri IJTP PiiMris are scheduled to team up against Al Gv\?. and Clnirlie Keene in the main event bout. Three ol" t.he.se grappleis. Fields. Clou-, ivud. Keene. took part in last | weeks' six man bout which turned i out to be one of tin 1 \uldest ever stnct'd here. I fUlC IS And tonight's bout is exprcied to ; | f]|3 bi 1 nearly as wild us all four like to ! mix it up. In thr preliminary boms Weu'h will take on Get?, and Keene will meet Fields. BLYTHEVILLE OCT. 1 9 F * •* Jon Snyder Wins Women's Tourney boro to take on Annie Camp Junior High's Whirlwinds. Floyd Patterson Fights Toniglit Young Lightheavy Sensation Takes on Esau Ferdinand By MURRAY ROSE The Associated Press Floyd Patterson, the Brooklyn 19-year-old who showed real punching power in his last start, is a 1-3 choice to score his third straight victory tonight at the expense of San Francisco's Esau Ferdinand a{ New York's St. Nicholas Arena. The bout is limited to eight rounds because you have to be 20 to go 10 in New York state. Pat-, terson, fourth-ran king light heavyweight contender, generally doesn't, have to worry about distance any- FORT SMITH, Ark. l/P) — Deadly way. In winning 15 of 16 pro bouts, chip shots have brought Miss Jon he has scored 10 knockouts. In his Snyder of Wichita, Kan., the cham-j last outing Aug. 2 against Tommy pionship in the Hardscrabble Worn en's Invitational golf tournament. The Kansas swinger took an easy championship round victory over Mrs. J.. J. Miller ol Hot Springs, Ark., on the Hardscrabble course here yesterday. The score was 7 and 6. Miss Snyder wasted no time displaying her accuracy with her approach shots. On the fourth hole she dropped a 40-yard chip shot foi' a birdie two. trouble is he can be stopped. Duke proved that when they all but grounded him In their 13-all tie with In other games, Iowa, regarded the Boilermakers. as a major stumbling block to Wisconsin in the Big Ten, dropped before Michigan 14-13, and Florida dropped a 14-7 decision to Clemson. Florid was figured to be a Soutehrn power after its fine victories over Georgia, Tech and Auburn. Harrison, he won on a first-round Knockout, 39-10-7 Record Ferdinand, making his New York debut, has a 39-10-7 record With 10 kayos. Starting at 10 p.m. EST, the scrap will be telecast by DuMont to some parts of the country. Bobby Dykes of Miami and Ted Olia of Milwaukee, a couple of stiff- punching middleweights, collide in n 10-rounder tonight at Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway Arena. Dykes is a 5-8 favorite to record his 101st victory. Starting time is 10 p.m., EST, for the ABC telecast. The top fight of the light week is scheduled lor Syracuse's War Memorial Auditorium Friday night when Carmen Balilio, the top- ranking welterweight contender, meets Allie Gronik of Detroit in a 10-i'oundev. Auspices Junior Chamber of Commerce ™ BIG SHOW BRIMMING OVER WITH ! INNOVATIONS, WONDROUS SURPRISES & A MYRIAD OF UNPRECEDENTED FEATURES ! FROM ALL STRANGE LANDS tirement, Robinson continued to in-' our mid:;t lately between night Try Lowe's Take-Home Pac $-|89 Sliced Barbecue Pork R lafR*'- sliced buns—C<I!P. stuw —I bfllO- barbecue saner,, Enough for 8 saiidwfcties. All For CECIL LOWE GROCERY & MKT. Call 3-4537 Ib-lwecn HAS A.M. (or Noon Sfrtlct or lletwcen I & 2 I'.M. tor t O'clock Katit BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 11 Tag Match Charley Keene Lester Welch 8:15 p.m. Adults SOc— Children 15c 2 One-Fall Matches and. AIGetz Vs. and Lee Fields ; Til* Year's B«*l Holidijr Is th* i nlnnt ol Kln( trot. Circus, ! 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