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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1954 Bl.YTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Chickasaws Nip Wildcats 7-6; E! Dorado Scared Fisher's Extra Point Kick Is Deciding Factor Continued from Page 1 everything but peddle programs, tried to kick the extra point but the kick was wide and Clarksdale led 6-0. Late in the second period the Chicks got their offense into gear and started rolling goalward, only to have the drive stopped by a pass interception. With 4:15 to go Abbott intercepted Franklin's pass intended for Carruth at the Cats' 43. Fisher on two line bucks picked up 11 to the Cats' 43. Akers' pass to end Freddie Hodge was knocked down by. Franklin. Then Akers threw to Jones on a scream pass and Bobby carried to the 26. Fisher and Edgmon got the ground attack in high gear slants of three and four yards each but then Jones' pass to Hodge was intercepted by Grantham at the Clarksdale 15 and the Cats ran the clock out to preserve their 6-0 lead at the end of the half. Akers Set Up Score The Chicks got their touchdown on a combination of (1) bull-like rushes by Fisher and Abbot (2) some smart quarterbacking by Jones who kept the Clarksdale defenders confused by mixing in some fine spIit-T running with the Chicks' Notre Dame box offense and (3) some leather-popping defensive play that should have been heard cleary all the way to Clarksdale. But it was Akers who set up the score on a beautiful SCVyard return of a Clarksdale punt. Fisher, who turned in his best offensive showing of the year, brought the kickoff opening the third quarter back 29 yards to the Blytheville .40. Jones, Abbott, Fisher and Edgmon, in eight plays moved 44 yards to the Clarksdale 16, but there Abbott fumbled and Clarksdale recovered. But Blytheville's big line rose up in all its fury and three times slapped Franklin down as he attempted to thread his way through openings that weren't there. Franklin 'punted out to midfield and Akers took the kick on the dead run at the Blytheville 48. He got good blocking at the Cats' 40 and kept going all the way to the 22. Edgmon got two yards at tackle and Jones, on an option play from the T, moved around the right side to the IB. Edgnion Scores And Clarksdale gave the Chicks some appreciated assistance with a 15-yard roughness penalty that set the stage for Edgmon's-one- yard plunge to pay dirt. Then Fisher calmly kicked his I2th consecutive extra point that put the game on fee. At this point the Scoreboard clock showed three minutes left In the third period. That was all the scoring but It wasn't all the excitement. On the very first play following Fisher's kickoff, Jimmy Gee, operating defensively at middle linebacker, hauled in his second pass interception of the night and the Chicks were alive again. With Fisher and Abbott taking turns at lowering the boom on Clarksrtnle's tackles, the Chicks rolled to the Wildcats' 25 before a five yard assestnent for illegal motion knocked the wind from their sails and Clarksdale held for downs as the third period ended. With Foster, Williams and Franklin leading the way, the Wildcats began to roll again as the Chicks' defense once more threatened to come unglued. The Wildcast clicked off three fast first downs to move to the Blytheville 40 before the Chicks could get dug in and stop the threat. Holding for downs at the 40, Blytheville took over and ran the clock out. Substitutions: Blytheville Pos. Clarksdale Hodge L. B McClain Fisher L. T Sis.1 Huffman . .. L.G Butler Gee Hall Shanks .. Langston Jones .... Akers Edgmon . Abbott C Wasson Grantham . Roberson Gho . Franklin .. Wiliams — .Poster Johnson R.G. R.T. R.E. Q.B. H.B H B. F B. Substitutions: Blytheville — Stephens, Pong, Bratcher, Nail, Rounsavall. Clarksdale—Carruth. Callal- cott, Maddox, Smith, Goss. Scoring touchdowns: Blytheville — Edgmon. Clarksdale — Carruth. Extra points —Fisher. Team Statistics B'ville C'dale First downs 12 9 Yards Rushing 156 114 Passes Att. 9 13 Completions 2 3 Tlaycr Edgmon Akers Fisher Abbott Jones 1 l.-.ycr Poster Williams Franklin Johnson Goss Tot&U 12 156 9 2 16 3 3 1 4 for 28 yds 5 for 25 yds. Individual Rushing Blytheville Tries 11 Yds. Passing Interceptions Fumbles Oppts. Fumbles Rec. Punts Penalties 3 1 2 for 26 yds. 4 for 30 yds Owners Blasted By Connie Mack A's Founder Says Philly Syndicate Was 'Given Runaround' PHILADELPHIA W> — Connie Mack blasted the American League for rejecting the bid of eight Philadelphians to buy control of his beloved Athletics and said he believed the team will play in Kansas City in 1955. The 91-year-old president of the Athletics said last night that "the Kansas City setup wants the club. Everything works to that end. No matter what the Macks say or do, the answer will still be Kansas City, of course." Mr. Baseball, as he is known to fans the world over, said American League club owners just didn't want the Philadelphia syndicate to have the team. "They simply didn't want those men to have the club. It's a runaround with an awful lot of pressure to take the A's to Kansas City." Open Letter "They wouldn't get away with that stuff on me. They'd have to show me," said baseball's elder statesman. He said if he were a member of the syndicate he would "demand" to know the objection to the group. In an open letter to the Philadelphia fans read to newsmen by his wife, Katherine, the grand old man of baseball not only lashed out at the league, but rebuked his son, Roy, key man in the many proposed deals to decide the fate of the bankrupt franchise. "He (Roy) has been behind everything since May, telling everybody one thing and doing something else," said Mack. On the oilier hand, Connie had nothing but praise for his son, Earle, the other of the three owners of the team. "I don't think it's any fault of Earle's. He's been wonderful about everything." Referring again to the local syndicate, Mack said: "These good businessmen have the money and want the club but they (league owners) who voted against approval gave the answer that they weren't rejected — they just weren't approved." Jim Greengrass Is Hospitalized CINCINNATI OFt—Christ Hospital said today Cincinnati outfielder Jim Greengrass was resting comfortably. Greengrass, who celebrated his 27th birthday last Sunday, entered the hospital yesterday to allow the club physician to check on his right leg. He's had trouble with it since mid-September and it is somewhat swollen. He had been pushing for his second straight year of 100 runs batted in but after Sept- 14 he did not play because of his leg. He had batted in 95. The Redlegs said Greengrass was in the hospital for "observation." Dick Kercher, rookie halfback for the Detroit Lions in the NFL, collects tropical fish as a hobby. EDGMON SCORES AFTER AKERS' RUN — Co-captain Danny Edgmou powered over ripht tackle (top photo) from the one-yard line last night to score the Chicks' only touchdown in their 7-6 conquest of Clarksdale, Miss. After the score, fullback Kenneth Fisher kicked the winning point. In lower photo, halfback Freddie Akers is caught on the Clnrksdale 22 after a beautiful punt return from the 50 to set up the Blytheville score. (Courier News 1'liotns) Miami Humiliates Fordham 75-7 to Remain Undefeated Burdefte Pirates Clobber Lepanfo Panthers Defeated 45-8 on Long Runs And Defense Play BURDETTE — Burdettc's Pirates, using a fired up offense and a rock-ribbed defense, turned In their most convincing victory of the season here last night aft they clobbered Lepanio's Panthers 45-8. Tailback W. T. Lanfiley paced the \vay for the Pirates will] three touchdowns. Billy McDonald, Ilen- gle Hiegins. .Ion Payne and Bohby Aycock completed the scoring with one touchdown each. The Pirates poured four touchdowns and one extra point Into the end Kone in the flr.st half to take a 25-0 lead at intermission. Langloy got the flr.st nn a 55- yard gallop early in the first after nurdette had checked Lepanto tor downs at. midfield. I'a.vnn Gurs 101 Yards Payne gut the second counter on the longest run of the ni(;ht that measured 301 yards. In the shadow of their own goal post, the Pinups Biive Payne the ball a yard behind the goal line and the fleet halfback set sail down the sidelines, going all the way behind good blocking. Langley scored again in the second on another 55-yard trip to run Football Scores County Blytheville 7. Clarksdale 8. Earle 24, Osroola 20. Burdette 45, Lopanto 8. El Dorado 6, Texarkana 0 Norlh Little Rock 15. Pine Bluff 7 Little Rock H, Central (Memphis) 0 Russellvllle 28, Malvern 13 J'ayettevllle 20, Joplln, Mo. 7 Fordyce 7, Magnolia 7, (tie) Rogers 12. Sprlngdale 7 Newport 12, Searcy 7 Camden 47, Hope 7 Bcnton 33, Jacksonville 13 Van Bur™ 20, Harrison 0 Forrest City 31, Stultsart 20 Smackover 32. Crossett 7 De Queen 59, Horatio 0 Dierks 34. Foreman 18 Comvay 34, Atkins 8 Lake Village 20, McOehee 12 Stamps 0, Beardcn 0 (tie) Huntsvllle 24, Siloam Springs 7 Augusta 7, Harding Academy (Searey* 6 Prescott 2(i, Blevlns 12 Marianna 20, Hughes 6 McCrory 13, Bald Knob II. .(tie) Paris 27, Dardanellc 0 Booneville 40. Clarksville 0 Warren 22, Monticcllo 0 Sheridan 26, England 6 Bauxite 38. Bryant 0 Hamburg 20. Star, City 19 OKark 35, Alma 0 Nashville 6, Menn 0 Mansfield 14, Waldron 12 Hartford 20, St. Anne's <Port Smith) 7 Des Arc 25, Hazen ^ • Lonoke 14. Bcebe 0 Eudora 18, St. Aloyslus (Miss.) 13 West Memphis 33, Plgott 0 Wynne 21, Helena 0 Carlisle 27, Cabot 0 Magnet Cove 33, Ark. Deaf School (Little Bock) 7 Elaine 21, Barton 13 Batesville 20. Walnut Ridge 0 Clarendon 37, Cotton Plant 7 Southeast Missouri Dexter 25, Kennett ' Chal'fee 35, Maiden 0 Charleston 711, East Prairie 0 Slkeslon 13, Cape Glrardeall 7 Jackson 13, Caruthersville 11 Cairo, 111. 20, E! Dorado, 111. 1 Miami Fla. 75, Fordham 7 Richmond 1, George Washington 0 The Citadel 14, Wofford 13 Memphis Navy 88, Central, Mo. 0 Marquettc 14, Detroit IS Ottawa, Kan 14, McPhorson 12 Pern, Neb. 53. Doanc 20 Hastings 21, Nebraska Wesleyan r< Southwestern Okla 54, Southeastern Okln. 20 Bethany Kan. 6, Friends, Knn. 2 wnshburn 41, Southwestern Kan. 0 Sterling, Kan. 28, Luther, Neb. 0 Denver ID, New Mexico 8 the score to 10-0. Then a fumble recovery at the Lepanto 26 set up the third wllll McDonald crossing for his score from 18 yards out. Tackle ScurcH Langlcy Rot his third counter In the third quarter and later In that, period Aycock, a tneklc got Into the scoring act when he pulled down a Lepunto pass nl, the Burdette -10 and went all the way untouched. HlBglns got Burdctte's final tally on a pass play from Langley In the fourth period. Lepanto got Its eight polnls in the final period, a touchdown nnd a safety. The safety came when Joe Easley was trapped behind Ihe line of scrimmage on a pass attempt. Martinez Eyes Shot at Title After Stopping Fiore on TKO By ED WILKS IH-I3, the Citadel up.set Wofiord's The Associated Press [six-game winning streak 14-13, This Miami lootball team of ! Hichmond knocked oil George Coach Andy Gustafson is all fired ! Washington 7-0 and Denver de- up with no place to go. featcd New Mexico 19-6. The NCAA's recent disciplinary order against the Florida school, .nning post-season competition, ).uts a pretty sturdy roadblock be- With Miami already safely home, it's up to Ohio State, Oklahoma,. UCLA and the rest of the top 10 to do as \vell today. Ohio's Buck- uveen Miami and a bowl bid..And jeyes, the No. 1 team, look to have ,he way the Hurricanes are going, 'an easy opponent in Northwestern. ;t looks like that order may be the j An OStJ victory coupled with' a Michigan success again t Indiana { would bring the two Big Ten lead- j ers another .uep closer to a title- | Rose Bowl meeting Nov. 20. ! team. West Virginia's unbeaten Moun- t-.iineers, hsted No. 1 have wh.i 1 , m;<y be the. toughest job IN !hc toil 10. They face up-and-coming Pittsburgh. Eighth-ranked Wi.'.con- sin plays Iowa and Purdue?, No. 9, hits Illinois. only device capable of stopping Miami this season. Miami, a newcomer at the No. 10 spot in this week's Associated Press poll after defeating Maryand, exploded in all directions for is sixth victory of the season lost night, humiliating Fordham's Rams 75-7. It was the highest score ever •un up by a Miami team and more to'^ Pro Basketball By .TAf'K HAND NEW YORK W — Unless Vinee Martinc/,' future runs into a family-manager runtiblock, the Iiancl- sorm; Pnterson, N.J., welter should be fiyhting for the title within a year. M;irtiii(r7/ mnnnspriri] si tun lion i.s all messed up at the ninment. Billy Daly hoids the contract with Tf-x Pelle as a parwr. ThR hox- r-r's father, Tonv, find Ijrolhnr, Phil, art 1 warrinc/ 1 with Daly. Nr-itlH-r Paly nor I'eJte wcm in Hie cornrr last ni^ht n Vincc stopped Carmine Fi< [f;r:hnu:al knockout m a:32 of the .--.(JVC-nth at Madison Square Oar- el fn. Ironically. A3 Braverman, president of a rival rnanaycr.s' i/uild ihi'J. if, bfi tiling with. Duly's . tjroup, .-icted as a Martinez second. Wildcats Barely Edge Texarkana; NLR Tops Zebras By TOM DVOARD ' The Associated Press El Dorado's fool ball team is back in the win column today, but the feat required a pinch of luck and a cupful of bone-jarring defensive play. The Wildcats, who won six straight before they were wrecked by Little Rock last week, squeaked and bnck Cheesy Nelson. The score came In the third quarter. Speedy Bobby Bates start- UJ IjllUC IVOL.lt last Wl^A, .-H11IVI1M.-U ,(ll<ll IL-l . UJIl.-cu.t (JUUUJ lJULl;a -lullv- out n 0-0 Big Seven victory over ed goalward aroun,d end from his Tcxarkana. The good luck involved in the triumph mnlmy centers on Hie alert play of a substitute' end named Mike Carney. He covered an El Dorado tumble In tire end zone for the only touchdown. Solid defenses on both sides withstood the hammering of the other team's offense. Defensive leaders for El Dorado were guards Johnny Floyd and Doyan Foster, tackle Buddy Renter nnd fullback Linnnr Drummond. The Texnfknmi defense was built around ends Roy Lynn Phillips and Don Dny. tackle Tommy Humpy, guard Sum Pierce Caruthersville Bows to Jackson Tigers Suffer 3rd Defeat of Season By a 13 to 6 Count ny SONNY SANDERS Courier News Correspondent JACKSON, Mo. — Cariilhers- vlllo's Tigers took their third loss o! the season here last night as they wore beaten by the Jackson Indians 13-0. Ralph Harrison's Imllims scored their first touchdown early in the game with quarterback Allen Welk- cr bucking the line. The piny concluded a 110 yard march after Jackson had taken the opening klck- olf. That advance was sparked by Oklham, Hobls, Rlohn. Allen Welker and D. Wi'lker anil Carl Tnllcy. It took 16 plays and four first downs for the Indians to move for the touchdown. Hobls ran lor the extra point. Caruthersville and Jackson had tlie hall equally lor the remainder of the quarter but neither scored. In the first few minutes of the second period. Tigers' end Jerry McClanahan intercepted a Jackson pass by Allen Welkcr on the Jackson 41 yard line and was stop- peri there. MrClanaliJin Scores Cnnithersvlllc'.-i left half, Leslie ran twice, onc nml then for n four for no gain yard pickup BOSTON M^—Gene Conl'-y, the 23 - year - old Milwaukee Braves pitcher, has decided to qmi. p. Sooncrs Play Colorado Okinhnma, with quarterback Jim Harris and end Carl Allison, weak- \sional basketball in order to devof ened by the Uu, has H job on Us j hill time to his proimsmv b»s«:baH hands with Colorado, a fellow Big Seven member that wa.s looking to the No. 2 Sooner; too soon last I career. j Conley 10 9 9 47 Clarksdale Tries 6 5 10 5 2 Gnrt. 31 2 44 50 29 Av K . a.ei ban made up for a 20-0 upset the (week and lost to Nebraska. An- iams perpetrated against the Hur- (olher big trame in' (he Bit; Seven '.pairs Missouri and Nebraska, both hot on the Orange Bowl trail .since j Oklahoma i.s ineligible. rieans last season in New York's Polo Grounds. 41-0 at Half The score was 4i-0 at the half as the Hurricanes got off to fl good start on a 11-touchdown ram- 25 page. Nine different ball carriers 4 40 | did the scoring with Gordon Mai- 5.55 156 3.31 Gnil. 42 12 36 15 3.60 3 4.5U loy, Miami's Ail-America candidate, and Sam Scarneccia each scoring twice. In all, Miami rolled to 313 yarns rushing and added 98 yards on three of five pass attempts. The Hurricanes weren't completely wrapped up In offense, however. Miami's defense rocked the Rams (or n minus 2 yards In other Friday action that got another big college wecken' 1 undci UCLA, No. 3, ha.s a not-so-easy opponent in California, since the Bears still, have a Rose Bowl trip in mind. The Uclans. toast of the coast, can't make the big bowl visit again this season. Southern California, the other coast bowl hopeful, plays Oregon said subconsciously ho sometimes favored his pit/lung arm in playing basketball and in addition had to be fair to hlmM-lf and the Critics. He added he couldn't | give his bc.st to en her sport i! he \ tried to play both*. And lie wild he : wanted more time with his family. "Murtim-7. Ls better off without Daly," said Pupa Martinez, "his contract runs out March fl. After that we'll sf.-e about someone:. He '" s " : rushed the kid too much." As Daly i.s the mutineer of record, all busine.sH on future matches must be dour: through him. Daly may see Vinco's future one way, hi.-, father another. Billy Brown, the Garden match- maker, wants to pair M^rtine/ with the winner of an Al Andrtiws- Chico V.'irmin bout, to be held Nov. 10 at Chicago. Daly Isn't sure he wjinls Andrews or Vitronit nt;xt. "I want to fiyhi Carmen Hii.silio 'the No. 1 cbiilleni^erj," said the fighter. It wasn't clear immediately what moves the family had in mind. A Ba.silio-Mart.inex ;n!itch would be a .sure lire Rate attraction in Ihis day of waning box office, in'™ '" { h'l-cst. But, it would be fiifficult young i lf) ma fc e Basilio wants a shot fit j the title, held by Johnny SaxUr.i, [ [ Nobody knows for sin-e wJiat Mar- j j tine// divided board of strategy j wants. | Martinez gave a brilliant cxliibi- j tion of boxing skill against Fiore. j a perfect foil who always came forward With nothing more than Then with the ball on tbo Jackson 38 Quiirlerbnek Bob Bartholomew passed t,o McCUuiahim who ran for the Tiers' lone touchdown. Al Pounds failed In his attempt to kick the extrn point. Jackson controlled the ball for the remainder of the second quarter iinri hud mnn»Ked to KG! to Ci\- ruthcrsville's ^1-yard line at halftime. The luilftlme score was 7-G in fnvor of tlin Indians. Late in the third period, Jack- noil's left half Eugene Hobis, bucked the line lor the Indians' Win- ninK touchdown. The scoring play climaxed a Oft yard sustained drive by the Indians on 15 plays, The touchdown came after tli Indians had gained pnsr-.es.'ilon of j the ball by lioldiiiR the Timers for downs. The advnnce w;r; sparked [ by runs by Allen Wellcer, Hobis and Cooper. Hobi.s laiJed in his attempt to cet thn extra point. Toiiclnlovvn Siopnci! The Timers hat! the ball for the! minute remainiiiK in the quarter i but failed to ^aln a Iirst down iind' it wa.s Jackson's b;iH on their own 1 10 tfointj Into the final .stan/,a. ; The- fiifllans moved to Caruthers-i ville's 42 yard line befom the Ti-j (tors took it on downs. Then John J McOuire's tribe tried desperately j for the tyine score, moving to the \ J;u;l;.'.nn 1 but the Indians held at' [there. The own 11. On the four he was jolted nnd fumbled. The ball bounded Into the end zone, where Carney cornered It, NLR Bends Tradition North Little Rock bent tradition into n pretzel and beat Pine Bluff 15-7 in the only other Big Seven conference gnine. It was the first Wildcat victory over Pine Bluff in many years, * LIUlo Tommy Worrell, a speerty halfback, led the North Little Rock itltnck. He got the Wildcats off to n good start by racing 80 yards for n touchdown on the first North Little Rock piny from scrimmage. At .Little Rock, the Tigers passed up two early scoring opportunities and then came through In the second half to defeat Central High of Memphis 14-0. The Tigers drove to the five nnd lost the ball on downs, find Jim Weatherington barely missed an 11-yard field K<ml, both In the scoreless first Imir. Weatherington led the Tiger comeback. El Doi'ndo's victory gives tha Wildcats a lighter grip on second place with four wins and one loss. Lltlle Rock still holds the top v/ith it 4-0 record. North Little Rock took third by whipping the Zebras. Fort Smith nnd Hot Springs la the Big Seven were Idle. Russell ville became the first team to wrap up a conference championship by dumping Malvern 130-1 3 The victory was Russell* ville's third in the four-team District 3AA. Cumilen Wlni In District 4 A A, Camden took over the top spot while Fordyce mid MuBWilUi dirtied each other's records. Cnmdcn'n 47-7 shelacklnff of Hope gave the punters their third conference win without, a loss. Fordyce find Magnolln, who went into their Kiimo unbeaten in the conference baltled to n 7-7 Ue. Tlw dead lieut .stopped a Fordyce win streak at seven. Snmckovcr crushed Crossett 32-1 In the other 4AA gtime, Two Lower-rung teams got their first conference victories In the only other Class AA games. Forrest City in District 2AA nipped Stuttgart 21-20 In a game that counts on the Mustangs' conference rec- oi\ by consent. Rogers got its first 1AA triumph by trimming wlnless Springdale 12-7. Fordyce la the state's only unbeaten, untied high school team that failed to win. Van Buren got Us seventh straight, over Harrison liO-0; Newport whipped Scarcy 12-7 for its seventh; De Queen larrupp- ed Horatio 5E1-Q for No, 7; Dlerka heath Foreman 34-18 lor Its seventh, and Lake Village nosed Mc- Gehce 20-12 for its sixth in a row. Tag Match To Highlight e Legion Card It'll be regulation tag wrestling as the feature bout of the American Legion's wrestling matches at Memorial Auditorium Monday niclit. Promoter Mike Mcroney has bonked two teams of top heavyweights to pair oil in the feature limit. .lor Welch and Don Fields will compose of the teams and opposing thrni will be Walter Sirois and Red Roberts. A running feud between Roberts ami Welch which has been goiur; on for a number of years, will hli'hlii'.ht this booking. ! Robr-vis and Welch have clashed W;IS Caruthersville's.in ,)„, Io( ,.,| ,.,„„ numerous times third of the season to go with five : m t years and each time things wins. ' the, threat of a left hook. Young Vlnce blocked the hook with his glove and elbow, beat Fiore to the punch with a right hand and jabbed him all night with bis sting- Ing left. Willis McGill Richards Pounds Grlgory ..... McClanahan . Bartholomew Leslie LE I.T . I.G . C IIG RT UK QH . HB L. Cook HB Hughes PB ;ni In got a litvle rougher. ... ^Wilbur, In ndditjon to the main event, .. Gihnore; lwf) ono fnii preliminary bouts are .. Hawkins: nlsn nn lho c; , rdi ] n the first Fields • • • Reilm • W |n take [,„ Roberts and in the Bnllinger j M , COIK l Sirois will do battle with • • Liulwig . welcll. B. Till ley A. Wclkcr ... Hovis; Oldh.-im i Each team In the American i Hockey League plays 64 games, C. Talley : equally divided home and away. Riley Moves Up In Texas Golf State. The No. 4 tp.am, Arkansas, runs into Texas A b M In search of Its sixth straight victory. Army, No. 5, tries for victory No. 5 since Its pening defeat to South Carolina and ought to find it ngain-i! Virginia. The other s:-r- vicr- team, Navy, squares off 36 114 4.07 way, Marquette defeated Detroit against Notre Dame, the No. I FORT WORTH, Tex. W — Only one amateur remained in the running today as the semifinal round j of the Iftth annual Texas Women's, Golf Tournament began, , She was Polly Rllcy, the Fort, i Worth amateur who has finished as i runner-up in the last two tourna- Phlladelphla — Bobby Singleton, i ments 120, Philadelphia stopped Jimmy 1 ,,.; R , !( , y gnlnc(| tlw (ounh ,. "Tn PJ: °-"'-o f-UlT' "s'-il I'crra '"'""' wlt " " 2 " nd ' V "'""' y VPS " 157, San Francisco, sloppc.-l WIII1C ">r<1ny ovor Mrs. Frank Gold- 6 I Vaughn, 160, Los Angeles, 4 ' Ihwnltc, also of Fort Worth. I Fights Last Night By THE ASSOCIATED I'ltKSS New York Madison Square Garden - "Ince Martinez. 148'i, Patterson, N. J. stopped Carmine Fiore, 141, Brooklyn 7 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Nov. 1 8:15 p.m. Tag Match JOE WELCH RED ROBERTS ANT) vs. AND DON FIELDS WALTER SIROIS 90 Minute Time Limit—Best 2 out of ,1 Falls. Adults 50c — Children ISc 2 One-Fall Matches Fields vs. Roberts And Welch YS. Sirois 30 Minnie Time Limit

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