The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1955 · Page 12
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 14, 1955
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PACT! TWHLYB BI.YTHEV1LLK (ARK.)' COUKTER NEWS MONDAY. KOVEMBKR 11.1955 Only Orange Bowl Teams Picked _ . rT .*#* ****** For Frigid Grid Game Miami Event Has Four-Star Attraction BETWEEN HME »• •« By JEKRY O'BRIEX PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — They sold only one grandstand ticket at the gate Saturday and if that frosted fan ever thaws out and comes forward he may join the football immortals at Washington State College. dllllcni!:h its 38-0 early seil- scouts ll-olii New Orleans were m, Gcur^iii Tech, Temu-^fC ami By El) CORHUJA.N The Associated 1'rpss Out Of the welter of cutlfu-' -n,,, Bu HI suuiuum is ouite dcf-j set to get out tiu-ii- ['ens and sign Sion that made up the college n-.iif. Michigan can buy its ticKeisjup Pappy Lewis aml^ his^ienm. • la the Immls of 'uCLA I the stnnds when Pin clubbed the j Mountaineers :!6-7. They were all i ouru against it. "I'll write him a letter of commendation and refund his $3 if we find him," said Bob Smawley, the WSC ticket manager. "A fan like that should have his picture up with our other football heroes." said Don Paris, the athletic news director. Record Cold Whoever he was, he joined the frozen little family of «4 other paying customers who bought reserved tickets in advance and showed up in the 22,000-seat sia- diium to see WSC tie San Jose State of California 13-13 in snow and record cold. It was 5 above zero, the coldest Nov. 12 in 75 years of weather bureau history. The slide trombones froze up in the band, the press box coffee turned to. slush, and there was ice in the water buckets on the field. Four out of five WSC students oi the campus wouldn't football picture today even ; emerged one solid fatt — up i'app> Lewis, aim ma ic.nn. | Now. tliey say, they'll have to take They spem walk across the street to the sta- j Orange Bowl IS going to pre- , uc wn a . A[) ohjo S[ . ue v | CIOI . y j q u j, e a while in the Pitt dressing dium to see the game. The 1.000 ov so who did sat huddled whether, cheered quite a bit. sang '"jingle bells" and tossed snowballs at the half. The 100-piece WSC band was only at. half strength. Lips Stuck One irumpter. about to sound a blast when WSC scored, got his lips stuck on the mouthpiece. The Cailiornmns had practiced all week in a heal wave with record 80-degree November lemepra- tures in the San Francisco area. Uriel Teshima, the student man- j s y. uc wms lhc] ager, was sent out to buy rtibber ! .. : ,, . . ,.. .,... ... gloves for the linemen and then build a lire ill front of the players' bench. "Man, oh man." ho wailed. "I'm from Hawaii. ] never built a fire before." ^.^ 2oM [ ge Bowl IS going to pre- would give ;he Buckeyes the con-i room alter tile game. j| ie four-star gilt-edged ' ,',. r ™ce~ fiiampionyhip. but they Actually, the fact that . , , .••,,., i,,. ' i.,.., , ,„, - beatn does attraction on Jan. 2, Oklahoma! played m the Rose Bowl last New Year's and league rules prohibit a team from making the trip two TCU Seeks Host Role For Cotton Bowl Game By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas Christian goes after the Cotton Bowl host spot with down-trodden Rice as the fall guy in the feature of Southwest Conference football this week. That's all the hurley Christians,, best in the season records but second to Texas A&M in the conference race, need to grab the Cotton vs .Maryland. The picture sn!I is clomtrd in the other three major bouls \vuh perhaps a dozen assorted teams still in the ruimini; for berths. Here's lue picture in brief: Rose — UCLA has the inside track, but Oregon State also has a chance as the Pacific Coa-t conference representative. Michigan can get the Big 10 nod if its de- ieats'Ohio State S:uurday. If Ohio ^ Michigan State will make the trip to PII.--I (term. Title Wide Ope" Su^itr — All is contusion, following Pitt's 2ti-7 victory over a West Virginia team that had won 11 games in a row over a two-year spun. The Southeastern Conference winner usually is the host team, but any of live schools still can take the league title. Cotton — Texas Chri.suan. which West Vil- p was beaten does not eliminate it from consideration, and if it makes a good showing' against running. Michigan State aSreadv h 11 IjJ iwui 1L manes A *uuu ouvi.^in.^ ..»,.ii.—•• *..., —.,..«.. —..... -~ [Syracuse Saturday, n will be right j to take the second MS com-! back in contention. Southwest Conference Michigan State alreativ nas com-i oacs in comemiuu. pleted its conference schedule and| The Sugar Bowl folks still must shows a 5-1 record. All Ohio State! look around for a .host team. They victory over Michigan would leave! usually take, the Southeastern Con the Wolverines' at 5-2. As for the Sugar Bowl, k'reiice winner and there *nl! are two; live teams—Mississippi. Auburn, operations a.s runner-up to Texas A and M" in the Southwest Conference, should be nominated host. gia Tech and Mississippi all are in the running for the vinling bid There are a number of possibilities left in the' conference race, which has only five games to go. .., Conceivably Arkansas could wind Bowl clash. i UP second "and get into the cotton Thee Aggies are expected to win j Bowl, the championship Thanksgiving Day Arkansas closes the season Satur- • •• • .---j T" day agajnst Louisiana State at Little Rock. Southern Methodist and Baylor meet at Waco in a conference game that loks to be to no consequence. •when they play disheatened Texas but that, wiir only accentuate the futility of doing what nodbpdy expected them to do. Theye pected them to do. They can't ordinarily reserved for Hie champion, because they are serving out a probation or violating the vecruit- ing rules. No Method Set While the conference hasn't officially set a method for picking the team-bo-play In the bowl in the event A&M 'is champion, it is expected to follow the rule in the books that governs selection of a team in the event of ties. Thus, TCU, if it beats Rice Saturday at Fort "Worth, can Insure iUsnH of a tie for second. And .the only team that could tie TCU for second would be Texas TOT bent Texas 41 "" ' The standings: Conferenc W L T AiM TCU Texas Arkansas SMU BAYLOR RICE TCU 4 0 1 3 I 0 320 3 -2 \ 1 3 0 1 3 0 040 All Games W L T 7 1 0 I 1 Pet. Pus. Op .300 78 14 .750 117 45 .GOO 113 12G .583 70 18 .250 40 38 .250 85 88 .000 26 83 Pet. Pt.s. Op .875 238 78 .833 154 G8 Newcomer Booked For Mat Newcomer Tony GiU'dina makes i his fim appearance In Blytheville i Monday night when he takes part ! in a six-man tag bout that will - i iii»h)r->;H the American Legion's by the form chart, should wind up, Memorial Auditorium wrestling card. , .o team with tough guys Red F i erts ami Butch Boyett in the If things work out, ns the nttment of Roses otfidals' Tour hope. Opposing them will be three other | • JTerps, Sooners | Top 23-Teom Unbeaten List NEW YORK <.-?>— Second ranked Maryland and three small schools head the list of 23 unbeaten, untied college football teams today, each with nine victories. College oi Emporia Kan., Heidelberg and Hiilsdaie in Michigan are the others which have chalked up nine triumphs. No. l ranked Oklahoma is the only other major college in the select, group, having won eight. Southeast Missouri State and Missouri Valley are amontj small colleges \vhich have won eight, and the Rose Bowl should put on top nitch heavies—Jack Welch, Dick • aood attraction. UCLA must get steinborn and Bill Curry. ; Iff VQ^t NQITieCl nnst Southern California this week I n-.-din^ hm; nnnenrpri in a mini-1 ' . Coach of Week nast Southern California this week j to clinch the Pacific Coast confer-1 ence title, and do it without Ronnie Knox who suffered a broken leg- iu last. Saturday's 19-17 squeaker over Washington. , . U Southern Cal wins, however, iinci Oregon State, the surprise ina has appeared in a number of nationally televised bouis viewed in Blytheville. he Thnt would with a 6-1 record 5-1. State fireworks lor sure, leave Oregon State • me veteran toughies who 1 known to Blytheville fans. Three one-fall stunning 20-0 decision over Florida Saturday. •y bo LI is j ' Oregon State mree one-iau pien<mii*"j' w"«' f . and UCLA with are also on the card with Roberts | steinborn and Welch meeting Gai- record ana uL.un WILM mi. uuu i«> >•'"- -— — . : would have a talking inking on Curry. Boyette meeting dma. derbilt— in the running-, Ole Miss Favored Mississippi, currently the leader, has the best chance. If Ole Miss can defeat Mississippi State Nov. •26. the race is over no matter what the others do. Thai wouldn't, make the Sugar Bowl folks loo happy, either, since Mississippi was all bui disgraced by Navy last New Year's day. The Cotton Bowl is going to have i-best in the its host team. Texas A and M, which is on probation, can lock up the title, by b u r y i n t> floundering . Texas : _ Thunksniving- Day. The Ag»ies are; prohibited from playing post-sea- j son games this year for violating recuriunp practices. Therefore. Texas Christian, if it gets by oft-beaten Rice this week, clinch second place and the bid. Auburn Tups Slate The way thinking runs as of today— Mibject to sudden change- Auburn seems to have the best chance of heading- for Dallas Jan. 2. The Plainsmen are bowl-minded, have had a good season, and should draw. As for last Saturday's games, the only major upsets were "iu's victory over West Virginia, the second year in a row the Panthers have dealt the Mountaineers iheir defeat of the season, and Princeton's 13-0 Ivy League triumph over Yale. The result knocked Yale out of first place. Princeton can clinch the title by halting Dartmouth Saturday. Oklahoma. No. I in. The Associated Press poll, rolled to its 27th straight victory at the expense of Iowa State 52-0. Maryland look care of its last threat to the AACj title by whacking- Clemson 25-12. Michigan State trounced Minne sola 42-H: MichiEirtn shut out In-' ciiana 30-0: Ohio State swept past Iowa 20-10: Notre Dame topped; North Carolina 27-*: Army shat ! tercd Penn 40-0. and Navy humbled Columbia 47-0 in other major eames. i Phil Tarasovtc With Bowl Gome Possibility in View Arkansas [1 WOlllCl 1-20 last! week and would get the Cotton Bowl spot by virtue of having done that. Texas SMU Rice a 3 I .611 110 95 •1 4 0 •1 S 0 3 5 0 2 5 1 .4-1-1 ma mie .375 93 95 .313 103 129 Jonesboro Sports Editor Calls 22 Games to Win Grid Picks Porkers Turn to Tough LSU By ADKKN COOPER The Associated 1'ress . i Arkansas \ T h R Arkansas Razorbacks: th . lt wcn . may have gained more than i others are nine under consideration, Tennessee, Auburn PMMMM*' faMM^kjjy umKK/vr n i i i •^^^•^ For the purists: VuuuUly every tuo'.ball player at a leading Ivy League school is on a scholarship ... of course not tunned with the nasty brand, "athletic" , . . bm if it's lor scholastics, how come the .•• -ii. iiM.Li,..,.< /..niMj^ ^ llvc rUle i ahviust Uuukt'd out, once? . . . Is Honry Ford Interested in buying HIP Detroit TlR«rrs? . . . direct quote reaction: "Heaveus no! I have enough trouble jusl selling cars." . , . They'd never seen anything like It in staid old Yale Bowl — Ei! captain Phil Tanuiovic running right up into the .stands after the Army upset and plopping the game ball in the lap of his dad . . . who asked for it way back last summer . . . the big tackle originally planned to go to West Point . . . and now plans to be the first Yale product in pro football since John Prchlik captained ihe Detroit Lions . . . In line for their share of All- America honors are Tuiane guard -_~ -- Tony Sardisco, UCLA guard Har- dinKUI Cureton and West Virginia tackle Bruce Bosley . . . but in instance their coaches will loul you hiplier on their running mates — Bryan Biiriithorne for the Green Wave, Jim Brown for the Bruins anil Sam Huf for the Mountaineers . . . Ralph Guglielmi took the moolah he got for signing a Redskin contract, and invested it in a factory . . . where his mother bottles an Julian sithul art, 1 .'•sini' iGuiJielmi's) for national consumption . . . Mfinm had been passing the stuff around to the neighbors for years and When Sonny hit p:iV dirt she went into ii large scale . . . Where do you buy it? Any place but South Bend and Notre Dame, for some reason overlooked by the distributor . . . Sucker! ... BiU'kfie.Itt cuach krmal Allen of Kentucky is also the state amateur »oif champ . . . no thanks to his football protege, Wildcat quarterback Hob Hardy . . . who extended him to Ihe 18th hole in their.. match last summer . . . Football poses a 19r>6 problem for Syracuse's Jimmy Brown and Indiana's Mill Campbell, a pair of gigantic halfbacks with lightfoot speed wiio reach their senior peak just about the time the Olympics get stance! down in Melbourne . . . they're America's top decathlon prospects . . . Milt will probably skip the gridiron for a year . . . Jimmy probably won't, depending on his track performances next summer , . . He's '•Kathead Ronnie" Waller to his Las Angeles H-'m mates . . but back in Maryland they nuns a '»<>re alliterative (and more pungent) name on rambunctious Konnie after he cost them a victory by slamming an opponent out of bounds . . . Oh, in be graceful on skates . . . and to do it, pert Carol Heiss, the 15-year-old Olympic figure skating runner-up, practices from 5 to 9 daily — A.M.] . . . Minnesota fullback Ken Yackel should thrive in the icy going — he was a member of the 1952 Olympic hockey team . . . At the advice of his banker, the Clown Prince of Baseball signs all his checks "Al Cl. Si-liatlH" to distinguish them from his autograph . . . What docs the "Cl." stand for, Al? "Why, Clown, you fool!" ... Between you'n'mc. it was jusl a month ago in this space -we noted Bob Ponerfield wasn't long for the Senators . . . and there'd be a wholesale shakeup ... tie Rock, Michigan Stale. Nebraska, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, Maryland. Duke. Osceola. Purdue. Auburn, Vandi'i-bllt. Kansas State, Texas Tech, Wilson, and UCLA. In a hectic grid weekend which had just enough upsets to make things interesting, three Courier News football prognosticates called 22 out of 24 football games correct. v Only the score of the Arkansas- ( SMU game differentiated the three • pigskin prophets—two men and one Charley Thornton. 1300 Rains, f MORGANTOW.N. WA'a. Jonesbovo, came the nearest to 42.3 Per Cent Mark , calling the score of the Porker- Mustang clash. He called it 13-7 for Arkansas. His only misses were Nebraska-Colorado and Wilton-Corn- , .. Freddy Wyant, West Virginias star quarterback, has entered his loiirlh varsity scafiun with a 42.3 percentage on pass completions. He completed 132 passes in 312 nttempls for ing. Thornton is sports editor of 2,043 yards. the Jonesboro Sun. I — Eddie Parham. 514 E. St. Johns, j - , - D-_* *c m Osceohi, and Elizabeth HulRteail. | DOD LOU BOOt tm 1137 W. Ash. Blytheville, also called 22 games correctly but had a wider PHILADELPHIA ..^--Senior Bob margin of orror than Thornton on j Lebengood of Rending, Pa., has no the Arkansas score i kick. After Perm's first four games Winners of Saturdays games j he Inl the Ivy League in punting were: Arkansas, Tennessee, LSU,' '' "' " ] Texas A & M. TCU. Blytheville., Pittsburgh, Illinois, Michigan, Lit- \vith n 35.8 yard average for 17 boots Read Courier News Classified Ads. We Furnish The Needed, Unusual Services For Your Car Straighten Frames — True Tire* Front End Alignment—Balance Wheeli New and Used Auto Parts HESTER'S FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT S. Highway 61 Thone Il-Slfifi Southern Methodist. The victory, coupled Texas Christian victory over Tex- ax. left the Razor backs with a mathematical chance at the Coi- Bowl ami a mem ion as a pos- UUi :;n. I The Ra/orbacks apparently could ' enhance their chances of making the Florida trip by beating LSU. another football tenrn that lias reached its peak late in the season „.. . Some oi the leflvnK mentioned by .ublc participant in the Gator Bowl.! ttie o ator D O W! officials also are howl. ; t 0 p prospects for larger bowls. The The touchdown thai the Razor- 1 backs scored eurly in the first At Jacksonville Fla a spoken | The Mustangs made only 138 .similar situation for the Arkansas nriii for Ihe Gator Bowl said that! yards rushing ami never got past] touchdown. _ "rkansas was one of nine teams! tVe Arkansas 20. The Hous had two] The Hogs may be weakened m \ws ui ^^ threats, one of which died, the VmcMielti for the third straight, only a foot short of the yoal line | week. Ace fullback Henry Moore] •- That goal line play that failed on : j-urfcred a torn rib cartilage and fourth down—an attempted :4a.-h mav not be able to play against by quarterback George Walker at LSU. i right tackle—had worked in a Second unit fullback Gerald Nes-' quarter gtive them a 3-2-1 Southwest Conference finish. The late season rush—two victories and « tic?—also cinched a winning season record. The Porkers now have won five, lost, three and tied one with the Louisiana State game at Little Rock r e m a i n i n g on the schedule. ConcrntratinK on LSU "We can't afi'ort to think about tho slim chance for the Cotton Bowl, or the Gnior Bowl right nuw." Coach Jiick Mitchell snid. "risht now we're concentrating- on LSU." MiicHell said that, in bi'i'ii cunt H tfd bv i e): ol the Gatot Bowl -si, team in the Cotton Bowl and the two Sugar Bowl participant-s likely will be selected before ihc Gator Bowl teams are announced. A Tnnm?sseD-Arkansas gumc— wilh ex-Arkansas coach Bouden Wvau's Tennessee single vviiiR pitted against Mitchell's pigeon- toed split T—would .be an imerestint: one from the Arkansas vn.>\\- \ point. Mitchell wouldn't, comment ' on that possibility; he merely reiterated that the Hoys are con- nentrating" on LSU. The accent IKLS been on deiL-n.-e in the Porkers' fine showmp in their fast three games. T inn- showed plfnty ot poise and pmvc: 1 in a 615-ynrd touchdown march early in the SMU struggle—and the CASCADE GCO. A. DICKtl 01ST. CO., LOUISVILLE, Kl • % PROOf bitt will be moved up to Moore's spot if Henry is unable to play and Jerry Ferguson will replace Ncsbitt. The fine work of the linemen was an important factor in holding j the Mustangs, and Mitchell singled' out tackle Bill Duller for special The Rawback coach said that formed well in almost every game, praise. The steady senior has per- he hadn't had a chance to stud?. LSU closely, but he said that the Tifrers would be "very ,ough." "It si!t?ms like we hit every, team' ju5i as they reach their peak," be ' said. A .second look a( the last three porker games, Texas A&M, Rice. and SMU, indicates that the Hogs also ma y be jusl reaching their peak. Exciting silkouettt — Chrysler Windsor, the popular Newport harrffop modtt High-style hits the highway with a Sunday punchl Sure, this new "PowerSiyle" Chrysler looks powerful ... even when k's parked. But take a Chrysler out on the highway where it can show it« stuff! Then can you know what power means! Take a Chrysler Windsor V-8, for example ... as sleet a package as ever came down the pike. It's got power <•> eryiliing, including an optional power-packed Sunday punch — Chrysler's great new "Power-Train" that boosts horsepower 9%, torque 10%, and 0 to 60 mph. acceleration 15%. Without burning any extra gas. AND NOW . . . PUSHBUTTON DMVINO! 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