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PAGE TEN 13LYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19,1354 Chicks Working Hard For East High Tilt Scout Tells Rebs Of U.A. Power Ole Miss to Play Unbeaten Arkansas Next Saturday UNIVERSITY. MLS - - Olr Mli-.s runs into Its roupho.-ii football situation of the season Saturday m LiUle Rock m tak.nK on iirod-up Arkansas. Both teams arr unwealcn. the Rebels com mum? ilieir perfect- rpcord pace Ifisi week end by rtoun- Inff Tulane 34-1 and the Pnrkrys by shocking powerful Texas 'M-~The last time the \\\c, si-hvmls mK. in Liitlc Rock Ole Miss took home fi 34-7 triumph and made it two straight last, season in Memphis 28-0. The current bout will develop an entirely different siuiatinn. however, with Coach johnny C;iin. who has been scotillnp the HORS. rating them a team without a weakness "Arkansas has the best personnel I've seen in the Southwest winter- ence," Cain observed. "That's v-hy they've been winning." Conference Game Tlie game is an intei-conference affair but it also will coum as a regular Southeastern t-onU-reiu-c game for Ole Miss by special nil- inE of Commissioner Bcrnie Moore, who. as it turned 0111.. did ihe Rebs no favor. One of the major Re)) worrit* is defensing lor Arkansas single wini{ alack, a system they haven't, encountered since meeting the Porkers last October. i Another A-I headache goes under ! the name of Henry Moore, the lull- back who raced '82 yards to gonl against Texas. He WHS a red-hot, runner against the Robs in lasl .fall's exchange. Buddy Benson and fico^e Walked provide a healthy run-puss punch at tailback with quarterback Preston Carpenter ivnolne.r ninkiug offensive weapon as a blocker and pas§ target. Good Grmmd Game As predicted, tlie. Rebels concentrated on ground assaulting a^aim 1 , Tulane and piled up 32] net loot yards to 103 via passes. The tul.al offense net of -ilM yards maldied Ihe tea in avmiK' 1 t>i -52'.!,!> rnfried into tlie enromiler, which was i»nod enough for second place In the nation. The three Rebs missing action last Saturday because, ol injuries- left half Earl Blair, rifcht tackle Rex Reed Bo^an and riuhl end Dave Dick IT-SOU—are expected in be ready Jor combat against Arkansas, The game will he ihe Ifllh between the t.wo tennis KUKV 1008 with the Porkers holding a 0-8 series edge. Tribe Starts Week With Stiff Workout Blvilicville's Chickas.iws disregarded their usual routine and Rfit'riKliI down to full scale drills yesterday as they he- Han pn'parinK for llii'ir homi'coming tilt with East High of .Memphis Friday night. Monday As a Kcnc'/ii! finrlv hchl. day lor HIP Clik'ks, |>ar- I.cilliu-Iy alliT a vli-linT. Bui Concll HUM, Mnslf.v hail ililli'mil plans U'klmlay. Hi: scl about jmiiii-ilwlcly trying 1i> iron vip somv. <>1 ih<' rou^h .•.puts I hat tanii' nut ol the Murphy Hit)] KIIIIIK Insl neck. HP and his iiul.siant, Hill Sliincil. .suil then- Chicki IhruiiKli n loni! .sc'Mon fin lumiaim-nr.ils, b!m:kin;. and t.ic-nlliiH ami ihrll ordered a lull -M-al! 1 su'imnmt:''. "CoinliilialioM of Tliiniis" "II uav a cfjinlinialKin nl tiling:,, tllnl. lii'iit "-••." UiBiph SHincil Mtlrt in con •nl.iim nn HIP Chicks' Iirsl Ins* ul the SPII.SOM. "H!il inauily it \ya.s just, loo much Muliile. Thi'.v »'crc really ic-yed tin IKI- Ihl.s one and wjinUM) \'.t bcia us You can'l. beat thai. ciniilmiaUon." And LIIO. the Clucks made sonic mistakes thai really hurl, he said. Tint!, u'its the main objective he- hind yesterday's hard smjnmniji!. To eom-ct. thu.se mistakes. The Chicks hiivc another hard session scheduled lor this nltcrnonn and anolher lomorrow bclore nny letup la in si^ht Al.bull Hurl They staiVeii yt'sU-viluy's seKfsion olf by' lieiirlnii 11 scoiitinB report on p:asi Hluli'-s iMustaiiKS. Only one Injury came out. of the Mobile encounter. Charles lUugl Abholl, him has been nursiim a sore knee lor two weeks, rcinjui'eci il in the Mobile Kiinif! and was walking the sidelines yestei'day. It Is uoulHlul that he will be ready by Friday nieht. And a couple ol more players snl- tered injuries In yeKlerdny's hl'Lsk practice, Eugene Stephens reserve 'halfback, received a eul eye that required stlU'hcs and reserve laclile Warren Mo.xley, Injured his knee. Neither Injury, however, uas serious. Javelin Thrower After New Record HlshSiNK.) i/l'i Siiim Ntkktneil. Finliind'fi No. 1 Jiivehn thrower. \vill innke nn ntinnpt Sunday lo hotter the world record owned by Bud Held of San Francisco. "With some luck of Ihe same .•:ort Germany's Predrlch Will had m Japan recently, 1 will be ablr lo make around 273 feel," Nikkinen .said today. He will make his bid at Kotlui. Ihe same uround where Finland's legendary ehmiii'ion Yr,jo Nikkanen •M-l n ulirld mark of ^ftlt feet 2S inclu'S ui UUU1, 'I'hul record stooa until Meld rinsed it to IHW teel ID nii-hivs m ISlSIi. Balanced Attack Needed-Halas Bears' Coach Says Pros Have Always Hcfd Running Game CHICAGO MI—Prorc.s.sional football teams have become pass <;ra/.y In the la.st decade, but there I.s nothing like a balanced attack, HHV.S (Jeorye JIala.s. owner-coach of the Chicago Dears. Halii.s .should, know. He .saw his Bear,-; shackle San Frailcl.'.co for 30 ininuto.'-; Sunday only to (old under the 40ers* devastating ground Are the pros returning lo running? "They never left. It." siild Halas in an interview-. "Any team that has a nood urouml Kiime will utilize It and San Francisco has a great running Kanic." "Bui remember, they've KO( .some pretty unod pnssiujj. Wo had IlK-in bottled up Sunday but they've Kol balance and It paid off." The Hears, slyir led San li'nm- cl.sco's passing attack in the first half and walked off the field with a 17-H lead. The -10ers. although outplayed, hud scored once on an UUeicepte-d puss mid nutitu when Hiitfh Mc^lhenny broke Ioo.se for a IOUK touchdown run. Other than tho.se two plays, .it was slrictly Chicago's game. Y. A. Tittle's passes weren't clicking and it looked like a bad alternoon lor the: California!!,-;, Then San Frnnel.sca, with rookie Maurle Duncan leading, pounded the left .side of the Bear line mercilessly and scored a quick 17 points in I lie third quarter to ice Ihe coriie;,l. And they did it by ninmnu, I Mcl'llhrtuiy. John lirnry JnhiiHun and .lei Joe Prrry left Ihe ;ieers { who cry "You cim't niu in prn tooibfill" \(-\\\\ lluMi 1 Jaws han^inf;. Not .since the days ol C.eorue Me- I Afee, Hunh Ciallarnaii and Norm j Ijluncllee had Hear fans witnessed surh viinnniu powvv. Before I he nluhtinan.sh quarter had eviMi ended. Hrar rtioters Witnt- eu in kiinu* why their team wa.sn'l running. Aside irnin the Im:1 Unit he has no Mcl-Jllienny.s, JohiiMins nr I'er- rys, Halas said, "We've ^ot a ^nod pas.snm lean) and we've done well with passing." ANOTIIKK RKD IIKAD — Blythcvillo lost Dob 'Hcd) Childrcs.s lo graduation last spring but ihe Clucks have :mrjilir-r rod head in their camp that should play n lot of football in years lo come. He's Jjuiius iRed» Privclt. a sophomore halfback, who already has seen .some game action with the tribe. Right now, though, he lacks size and, most important, experience. (Courier News i'lioto) Steers Forego Off Day For Full Scale Drills By JOB BENIIAM Of Tin: Assiii'lalcil I'rcss Condi Eel Price of the Texas Longhorns nrderetl a full scnlc work out yesterday, a day when the usual roulinc is an easy drill. Amazing Razorbacks Have Firm Grip on SWC Top Rung Unbeaten Hogs Were Early Season Choice for Cellar By RAY STEPHENS FAYETTEVJLLE, Ark. (AP) — A band of young Arkansans who had been picked to hold up the Southwest Conference from the bottom today are riding atop that tough football loop with a record oi' four straight triumphs. The astounding University of Ar- kansa.s Ra/.orback.s .soundly thrash- qd (he university of Texas 20-7 at Austin HnUU'cluy to maintain their undefeated, untied record and rate seventh among the nation's top teams it the Associated Press Poll of .sports writers and sports-casters. Coach Bowden Wyntt's crew actually has n five name winning siren k, starting with the conquest of Tulsa University in the final game of the 1953 season. So fiir this year, Arkan.Mi.s had dawned Tul::a -51-0; Texas Christian 20-J3; Baylor lil-^O. and Texas. Before the .sei^on opened, Wyati tokl new: nu-n that seven of the to Razorback foes would he the physical Mippnors of Aran.su:;. Won Only 3 Last Year "We miylit be a.s strong by the end of the year a.s we were at the clo.se of last season," said the coach. Arkansas won only three games while losing seven in 1953. WysiU, pointed to inexperience at tailback and center—where only .sophomores hold forth—and lack of talent at the ends, where there were no lettermen available, as weak spots thai- Ayksuir.ns would find impossible to overcome. Furthermore, Arkansas had lost by graduation the Southwell's top scoring punch of tailback Lantar Mclliin and end Floyd Sagely, both all conference .selections. Wyatt's green sophomores have played this year above all expectations, and two ends, Teddy Soutcr and Jerry McPaddon, have I developed into first line performers, j Arkansas' alert defense has been the secret of the Porkers' success.. [ In four games, the Razorbacks j hiive intercepted 12 passes and re! covered 112 of 16 fumbles by their j opponents. Virtually every miscue by an [opposing team has been turned into i nn Arkansas score. While the 61- j leii.se has shown only flashes oi '.real po\ver, it has been <j,ood enough j to capitalize on the breaks pro- j vided by the defense. ^OIIR: Hun i Against Ti-xjus. the Razorbacks' first touchdown came on a 20-yard runback of an intercepted pass by blocking back Pre.sion Carpenter. Another imerccpUon, this time by Henry Moore, stopped a Texas drive and set the stage for Moore to gallop 82 yards for a touchdown. In edging Baylor, the Porkers pulled off only one sustained drive, and scored their other two touchdowns—and a field goal—after obtaining the ball by covering Baylor fumbles. Lending the offense has been Moore, a 185-pound junior who has both speed and power. Moore leads the conference in scoring with 36 points and is the team's top rusher. I Ayainst Texas, the big fullback i curried 13 times for 125 yards— an averugc of 9,6 per carry, Another important factor in Arl kaii.sas' success lias been ihe play j of .sophomores George Walker and I Buddy Benson at tailback. Walker Hops ihe Southwest Conference as I a punter with an average of nearly j 43 yard-s per kick. Kicking Was Key An example of, the youngstefa ability is the Texas game. As a, result of Walker's kicking, the Lon^horn.s started their iirsl four scries of plays on their own 3, 20, 15 and 13. Walker put the Steers deep in their own territory with a 67 yard quick kick. Benson is second to Moore m rushing:, but has been forced to play with the second unit because of weak passing and kicking. Arkansas' line is well-manned with a veteran crew of light, but fast, lettermen, led by guard Bud Brpoks. Brooks, who switches to tackle on defence, drew this comment Iroin Wyati, who i.s reluctant to cUscu&s his athlcic.-* umil ihe season is over: "Brooks is all that any coach could possibly ask in a lineman." Only one of Arkansas starting linemen, sophomore i^uai'd Dick. Hardwick. tops 200 pounds. Arkansas' victory-hungry fails, who haven't rooted for a winner since 1946. celebrated the triumph I over Texas with cries of, "We're in the Cotton Bowl." ••we still have six tough games to play," replied Wyatt. Fullback Bob Davenport of UCLA carried the ball 113 times last season as a .sophomore. He gained 438 net. ysu-db for a 3.8T average and scored seven touchdowns. H \vas Ji -sliff lo.scnins up drill tt'hlch nobody missed— not even MlnrUliK liickic Buck Liinstoril, who broke his Imnd \n Uu: Ark:im».s Kainc SaUii'day as the Porkers beat Texas ffll-1. Trite repealed his claim thai Lulifhuni losses In Oklahoma, Noire Dame and Arkansas isn't a li'iie picture ol tliu team's strength "The past is history," he com- nienled. "The team i.s pledged to all nll-oul eflort aKainst Rice." Texas meets the Owls Saturday at Hoaston. While Texas was working harciei- IlKill nslnil. Arkansas was 1'lijoyilln ihe memory of Us sernnti vieUM'y over the LonuhortiK m tlir pas! lli years. The Ra/.orbai-ks tvi'ht Ihnu'iuli liHht ii'liid spnnls. Couch Howden \vyiilt .said his charges were in better siinpr alter the Texas game lhn.li when they wi'Ul. into it. Walt Malthews, an ''lid, reported lo prtu-iiee lor the Iirsl lime since he dislocated a -shoulder three weeks at;o. Arkansas play:. Mississippi Saturday, Sports Roundup— Little Glee in AL About A's By GAYIJ. lALItOT NEW YORK i.-Tt — Seven rival American League eluhs huv«- t uvak- ened to *iram that, a tier all. they are doomed ttill t-n play "7 [zaine;. against thn Philadelphia Aihlctic.s in Connie Mack Stndiuin next .season. This mriins Ihni, m \w^\- r.ises, they will cunit' aua\ dnmiuni: a deficit for the trip, and it ac-cmmls for the pmnouiKTd ah.-rnc-f ol jubilation around the league. The visiiini; chih in ihe Ainrri- can Lfii'^U'' ii p.*id all at t lit 1 nilc of approximately -i- 1 (Tin. 1 - Jin* t i ach ticket fold. Tlie liiMi-rlc-s Athletics in the fainiKf.iMi u'i'-:iily rlc.Tii enticed n imn 1 , oi only :rj',!.i)')U jan.s througli thfir home turns*i!'". mui it requit'i. 1 ; only i itritln'tnlic In >l)iiw why the popu- | lar cry wa.s "On to Kansas City!" $1,1!IH IVr (Same HirukiiiM down the total, wr (hid that an average ol only •I.IIOO fim.s per pa me wnlrheri the A\ bill tie their way into the league eel lar, and that the visiUiu; chili ailledcd only $1.218 for each nine-ii mine ofTorl. A -leutuie executive whit has had i;re;ti experience in Iriiiisportinn and lenUns itthU'U.'^ t-hliinviit':, \\v.\\ ii j takes a IjiHit $^,-(l[) 10 rarry the MMial bHM-ball pany of :tl or 3'2 from New York to Philadelphia and t» su|)])ori it llu-re durnifi a ihrfi'-y.'.inH"' st'vit's. This iloi^n'l count gettmt; it out of Philadelphia ;i;;ain. Short I'l-olH At the end oi a typical threc- u.u\w sr>Mon in the Quaker Cil-y then, the VI.HIIUIU eluh's roiid seo ri'tary rumrd oil 11 check for $3,G5'\ rinrlnK the I'n.M ,-ru.Min. Tliiit is. hn toted that, ainounl away frnm the park. After hi- had hailed his little Hi'uup out ot tlie hole! he had only $1.45-1 lo .show for three days of .sweat and tears. This doesn't sound loo bad until you sio\i to uwhUU'i- thai pJuyiT .salaries $10 n^ht on even when a c'hil) is only beaiini; the A'.s. As no tt'iiin makes its payroll public, l here i.v no way ot compuihiK no eilv.Ueh' \vhnt Uu 1 li>b I'm 1 » IOUK weekend in Philadelphia amie.s to. but you wouldn't, want lu pick it ii|). uii'.iuii, wus udvtM'd. to stay on Us ties iiUiimsL Texas Aitr.M this week The A^r.ies h:ive won only nnco NILS sciiMHi. bul M'out Bill llender- .siiii earned ihe Ueurs that Etwood KeUlt-v, l>on 13;\elvUk uml UelUUC Sinclair fan play with thr be.s! t>t 'em. The Bears worked out hiiht- ly Monday. Guard Jimmy Smith. ;< 1H5- pomul stalwart in Southern Meilio- dist'.s vii'tory ofer Rice la.-.t week. beeuiue the Mu>taims' iir.si crippling' Injury when he lunu-d up with a. badly-sprained fool. David Hawk, a burlV junior, moved intn Hie yap as Hie Methodi.stf; \veiii tlirnu!:h ;i liuht drill m prcpurnium for Kim- sas. Texas Chrisliaii also repdMed Uie Uxss of n lineman. Coach Abe Martin .said tackle Norman Hamilton \vnuld lift lust for Ihe season due to a knee re-injury a.uamsl Texa:; AJfeAI. Pii>s del en.'.e was sttv.--.ed at A.VM. Tlie A'-^U'S bad more trouble with aerials than !he\ rniihl handle at. key [lomis in the TCU uunie. 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