The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1955 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 1, 1955
Page 9
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TUESDAY, NOTEMBCT 1, 1998 (AMC.)' COURIER NEWi PAGENTO1 Osceola, Wilson Battle For 3B Crown Friday Osceola and Wilson — both undefeated in league play — meet headon Friday night at Wilson in a game which probably will decide the District 3B Conference championship. Dewey Gentry Both the Seminoles and the Bulldogs have gone through their con- •ference play without a blemish to date. The Bulldogs have five wins and the Seminoles four. The Bulldogs, in compiling an impressive record, have scored 128 points while holding their opponents to 24. Two of their five wins have been shutouts, 33-0 against the Shawnee Indians and 26-0 against Keiser's Yellowjackets. Given Up One TD The Seminoles' iour wins have not even been close. Coach Wally Jackson's crew has amassed 176 points while holding its conference opponents to six points. The Burdette Pirates are the only conference team who has scored against Osceola. The Seminoles romped over Lepanto 41-0, whipped Keiser 49-0, and just last week plastered Earle, 67-0. They beat Burdette, 19-6. Earlier this season they led the West Memphis Blue Devils for three quarters before bowing 14-12, in a non-cpnference game and romped over Pocahontas, 33-0, in another non-conference game. For the Seminoles Ed Weldon, Nelson Hopkins and S. E. Stovnll will carry much of the offensive load. The strong men up front for the Seminoles are Dewey Gentry, Larry Hulsey and Richard Lucas. Week's Schedule The Bulldogs have potential explosives in Doyle Carpenter and James Sano in the backlield and Billy Tranum in the line. Other 3B games this week include Crawfordsville at Shawnee as the Indians try for their first win of the year. Lepanto plays the Yel- lowjackets at Keiser and will ba trying to remain in the league's first division. 3B CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L T PCT. Wilson 5 0 Osceola 4 0 Burdette 4 1 Lepanto 3 2 Marion 3 4 Keiser 2 4 Crawfordsville .... 1 2 Earle 1 4 Shawnee 0 5 All Games W L Wilson 6 0 Burdette 4 1 Osceola 5 3 Keiser 3 4 Shawnee 0 6 1.000 1.000 .800 .600 .429 .333 .333 .200 .000 Swink, Roach : ondren Are SWC Leaders DALLAS W) — Texas Christian's im ' Swink, Southern Methodlit's ohn Roach and Texas' Walter Fon- ren are the big three of Southwest onference offense as the football ampaign enters its final month. Swink, with 851 yards gained rush- ig in seven games. He tops the all-carriers by a wide margin and is yards ahead of Roach in total ffense. Roach tops the league in punting •ith an average of 40.7 yard* on 16 icks. Fondren leads no department but e's third in ball carrying behind Tkansas' Henry Moore with 408 ards, fifth in total offense with 59, second in pass-receiving with 3 catches for 151 yards, second in unt returns with 158 yards on 13 uns and fourth in kickoff returns ith 203 yards on 10 carries. Lead Increased Swink ran up 158 yards against Saylor last week to increase his allcarrying lead over Moore, .who ot 62 yards against Texas A&M nd has a season total of 533. Roach assed for 163 yards and lost three ards rushing against Texas to pick p two yards on Swink in total -of- ense. Joe Clement* of Texas still is t,he assing leader with 51 completions n 91 throws for 612 yards—38 yards etter than Roach, who is second. Ken Wineburg of Texas Christian eads punt returners with 124 yards n seven for an average of 17.7. Menan Schriewer of Texas leads pass receiving, taking 16 throws or 204 yards. Texas Christian tops team offense ith an average of 333.7 yards per ame while Southern Methodist eads in defense, giving up 211.0. James Sano T PCT. Richard Lucas Amoros Hit .353 in '53 MONTREAL i&>— Sandy Amoros, whose great catch helped preserve Brooklyn 1 !, World Scries shutout in the final game, earned His chance to play with the Dodgers by leading the International League in hitting in 1953. He baited .353 for Montreal. His manager war Walter Alston. NLR's Yores Plans Move To Little Rock NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. tfl — Wayne Yates, 6-foot-6 center for North Little Rock High School's basketball team in the Big Seven last season, won't be playing with the Wildcats this season. Yates said yesterday that he and his family would move across the Arkansas River to Little Rock, where he hopes to play his senior year of high school basketball. Yates, an all-state selection last season, quoted North Little Rock Coach Raymond Burnett as say- MELBOURN'E the state of Victo ing he wouldn't be allowed to I oimpics will be play for the wildcats, even i! he remained in school, because ol disciplinary reasons. Yates' mother. Mrs. W. J. Yates. said the family had planned for some time to move to Little Rock. well-planned cit.\ peopLe. It is an i trading center i: i—This capital o ia where the 1951 eld is a modcri of 1 ^ milliot portant finanda the life of tin Australian nation. Electric railways street cars and busses serve metropolis. It's even better than 'sweet-mash' bourbon". '. ! Even smoother than 'sour-mash' bourbon and only "mellow-mash" bourbon... KENTUCKY STRAIGHT ROURHON WHISKEY 86 AND 91) PROOF ALSO AVAILABLE ion PROOF BOTTI.EO-IN-BOND Yellowstone For over 100 years, people have been discovering something "new" in old Kentucky ... a different bourbon, remarkably free of bite. It has the best features of sweet and iour-mash bourbon. It's a step better —mellow-mash, the exclusive Yellow- atone way of achieving full-bourbon flavor with light body. • THE ORIGINAL "NO-BITE" BOURBON Oiilillid «nd bollW >>» YtUcwrtont,!«., touliy|ll», Ktnlutky, Dlvliten of Glwrnor* Dhlllltriti Coupon* DON'T place a loaded gun in the car- remove cartridges from the magazine and chamber of your fan prior to storing it anywhere, says the National Rifle Association of America. Podres Ordered To Report For Draft Physical WTTHERBEE, N. Y., IS—Johnny Podres. the Brooklyn Dodgers' lefthander who pitched them to two World Series victories, has been ordered by his draft board to report, for a physical examination. Miss Mary Podres. his sister, said last night Johnny had been ordered to lake the examination in Albany Nov. 14. Podres pitched Brooklyn to an 8-3 victory in the World Series on his 23rd birthday and went on to shut out the New York Yankees 2-0 in the fiinal game last month. Johnny was rejected by his Top Trio Is Unchanged In Tightening Race For National Grid Honors By HUGH FULLERTON JR. The Associated Press Maryland, Oklahoma and Michigan, continuing a race that's knotted up like a coach's nerves on'the eve of a big game, still are 1-2-3 in the national college football ratings. The seventh weekly Associated Press poll of sports writers and broadcasters drew the season's heaviest vote, but it left the situation unchanged with Maryland on top by a scant handful of points. The tabulation of 220 ballots brought Maryland 74 first place votes and a total of 1.884 points- counted on the usual basis of 10 for each first place vote, nine for second, etc. Just behind came Oklahoma with 54 firsts and 1,852 points, then Michigan with 63 for 1,774. A week ago, with fewer votes Giovanelli Whips Melis NEW YORK W — Danny Giovanelli, once a bright young prospect in the welterweight class, wants to prove his 1953 victory over Vince Martinez was no fluke. The lanky Brooklyn boxer made the top 10 of the class two years ago with an upset decision over Martinez at Madison Square Garden. But he faded fast. Last night's unanimous decision over Paolo Melis of Italy at St. Nicholas Arena revived Danny's hopes for the future. ' 'Give me a few more fights and I'll take Martinez or anybody else." said the 23-year-old Giovanelli. "All I need is a few fights under my belt." Giovanelli, loO 1 ,.^, usec" superior selective service board because 61 a back injury when he was called m in 1952. He we playing with Montreal in the International League then. reach and boxing ability to whip Melis, 148',2, in 10 rounds. Melis needed six stitches to close a cut on his left eyebrow. Referee Barney Felix and Judge Bert Grant saw It 6-3-1 and Judge Harold Barnes scored it 6-4, all for Giovanelli. The AP card also was 6-4 for Danny, who has a 275-1 record for 33 pro fights. Fights Last Nigh* By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York — Danny Giovanelii. 150':,, Brooklyn, outpointed Paolo Melis, US 1 /,, Italy, 10 New Orleans — Joe Brown, 137!'4 , New Orleans, outpointed Jimmy Hackney, 13714 Philadelphia, 10 Providence, E. I. — Walt Byars, I38 3 4, Boston, defeated Sal Di Guardla, 142, New York, 10 (Di Guardia disqualified) cast, Maryland topped Oklahoma, by just 30 points. Navy Drops to 9th Navy, soundly beaten by Notr« Dame, lost their fourth place rating to Michigan State but salvaged ninth place. And the Irish hopped from ninth to sixth and almost drew even with UCLA. All-winning West Virginia, a 390 winner over Marquette last Saturday, held onto seventh. Resurgent Georgia Tech and Texas Christian took over the eighth and tenth places as Auburn and Southern California dropped out. The top 10 teams with won-lost records: 1. Maryland (74) 1884 2. Oklahoma (54) 1852 3. Michigan (63) 1774 4. Michigan State (7) . a. UCLA (3) 6. Notre Dame (1) 7. West Virginia (16) 8. Georgia Tech 9. Navy 10. Texas Christian (2) The Second 1» 11. Ohio State 12. Texas A&M 13. Miami Ohio .... 14. Auburn 15. Mississippi IS. Southern California 17. Kentucky 18. Syracuse 19. Army 20. Mississippi State ..1313 .1213 .1207 . 869 ..597 . 305 .. 283 .. 161 . 135 . 91 . 79 . 70 . 35 . 28 . 27 . 23 . 20 Length and Luxury with Sports Car Maneuverability This 2-door hardtop is one of 3 models in Lincoln's new Premiere series. There are also 2 Lincoln Capris to choose from. Lincoln breaks with the past to prove length and luxury can be combined with true sports car maneuverability. Arid the acid test of the new Lincoln's astonishing maneuverability is found on crowded city streets. You'll hardly believe the effortless ease with which a Lincoln threads through traffic. For here is more than a car of length—with the lean look of an arrow. (Over a foot longer in the frame than last year.) Here is more than a car of luxury— with richness in every detail. 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