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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1954 Rice Game Saturday Crucial One for Hogs In Southwest Conference— Teams Count Injured; Porkers Work Hard By THK ASSOCIATED I'KKSS Texas Christian had lost a star, Baylor had ono back and Texas had discovered that it had one all Ihe lime as Southwest Conference teams took stock of their situations Monday. Workouts ranged from skull scs- i precedent with a heavy drill on Title Tilt Of 1946 Is Recalled F A Y 1C T T K V I I, L E — The meinorics of another sell out crowd will doubtless drif hack some eight seasons in sions at Texas A&M lo an unusually tough drill at Arkansas. Texas Christian look the day off, after the Horned Frogs lea rnetl that standout fullback Buddy Dike had boon last tor the season due-. K) a kidney ailment. Dike .sat out last week's 12-7 loss to Baylor after leading the Frogs in f-round- gRinJng during the early season. Ankle Injuries suffered by quarterback Ronald Clinkscalc and tackles Ray Hill and Dick Laswcll were reported, but trainer Elmer Brown said none of the hurts was "too Serious. The Frogs are idle this week. Duprc Biick At Baylor, halfback L. G. Duprc was reported fully recovered from a leg Injury suffered a month a^o against Miami. Dupre, A holdover from last season's "fearsome foursome" Baylor backfielri, saw limited action against TCU last week. The Bears were due a bca\«/ scrimmage Tuesday in preparation for Texas, following ti h'glil workout Monday, . The play of quarterback Glen Dyer, who moved up Irom the fourth string to spark Texas to a 13-13 tie with SMU last week, drew special praise from Longhorn coach Ed Price. Dyer completed eight of 20 passes for 12<I yards and led Texas on the ground while sharing man-under duties with Chnrlcy Brewer. The nine players ordered out of the Texas athletic dorm ns 11 disciplinary measure last week re- aturned to practice Monday for a light workout stressing running and passing, Arkansas broke a scti.scm-lonM Mondity. The Porkers, who kepi (heir unbeaten streak alive with a 14-7 victory over A&M la.st week, worked extensively on blocking and tackling. The Rn'/orba^ks also saw training fihns of Rice In action as they readied to meet the Owls Saturday at Little Rock. Dicky Mocgle. star Rice halfback, entered a hospital for treatment of a cold Monday, but trainer Eddie Wojecki stressed that Moegle was not considered seriously ill. Moegle, who WHS expected back for Tuesday's practice, had the cold Saturday when he scored three touchdowns and hurt H fourth called back against Vanderbill. Othcrwi.se, the Owls were reported in top shape as they worked in .sweat suits. SMU MAS 3 Injured kansas Haxorbacks and Rice Ow.ls prepare for their big War Memorial Stadium cla.si in Little Rock this coming Saturday. Headlined as one ol Uic 11 Lt mi-Lions of the 1954 conference M-ii.son rifjhl lifter Rice' KJ-T win over Texas Uhis meant both would still be in the race when they met i, the MJime now .shapes up n the most Important since their title clush of 1946. Then, an up-start Razorbiick eleven impri.sed the nation with a 7-0 win over the Owls, (then -standing 5-1 for the year) to win a plaee in the Cotton Bowl. The game deadlocked the two teams lor the league title but the win gave Arkansas the hast position In Da I Ins on New yeiir'.s Day. The touchdown wa.s red on a .sensational pa.ss interception by home-town fullback (the same wa.s played in Little Rock's Southern Methodist reported rn K h school stadium i John Hoffman. three injuries amori^ its top players n.s the Mustangs worked lightly In preparation for Sntiirday's homc- fv,imi' with A&M here. Turkic Bob Blakoly. halfback Bliikc Tucker and guard Jimmy Smith may see only limited action n^uliist the Aggies and will probably miss much of this week's practice. Coach Woody Wooclard suid. Quarterback Jimmy Haynlc and halfback Bu/./- Komblo looked Impressive In Monday's Mustang drill. A dummy scrimmaKC in which reserves worked lightly ami In.st week's sl.nrters took no part made up (he active portion of the workout at Textus A&M. Thn Annies were •uled in Rood shape by Coach Bear Bryant, who prulsed the teum for what he dialled its "all-oul oflort" a.st \vc;nk against Arkansas. Record $105,000 Paid For Aga Khan Mare LEXINGTON, Ky. (API — A record price of $105.000 -. was paid last night for I he il-yeiir-old stakes-winning Masaka, one of 20 broodmares consigned lo I he Keeneland sales by the Aga Khan, who is reducing his fabulous racing establishment. A. B. Hancock Jr, who bid I IIP* previous record of $85,000 n ytw H^O today, again acted as an agent. Speculation is that \\w man who paid the S85,000 for Lillu'-Jolm S. Phipps—also bought Masuka. Ironically, both rccord-setllng Ijnxid- ! mares were barren at Hit nine o( RIO DE JANEIRO M'I — The sale. Masaka Having miKt.uricd her j United Slides learn, made up of foal by the Rreat Tulyar beniuse i the Penria (111 t Caterpillars, ol an infection after being shipped • t.cfin.'i to be headed for a show- US Cagers Win In World Meet here. Should Have Brmijfhl Mure Horsemen had figured Mn--aka would bring about. $VJ5,000 brlore she miscarried. This \vns backed bv the spirited bidding, which started at $50,000 by stipulation. ' i The contending bidder \va;» MHJ. j Ha r Unarm Pauly, manner ol Miss | E, R. Sears' racing interests, winch later in the sale bought Usumbura for $83.000 and Riva for $03.000. AH told, the Aga Khan's 20 bruod- mares brought $539,100 to au-nipn- $26z,9o5. Masaka drew attention because ol her six stakes victories, as well as having produced a champion. down Fi'Kjuy analnsl Brazil for the World Basket ball Championship. Both teams arc siulinu. nlotiK \viih 3-0 rct'ovds in the vouud-robm Though essentially a bitterly- fought scries, the history of Rice vs. Arkansas shows the Owls to llilVC UtMlHMXloUS iKlVIlllLlim' on the win side of the ledger —- leading; 22 to 5 with two lies. Furthermore, the Porkers haven't beaten the Bltic and Gray of Jess Necly since that aitcruoon in LHlle Kock eight seasons ago. I'hiy Has Heen Close With rare exceptions <and l[)S3'.s •17-0 win by Rice was the most out- bn- the hi.siory oi play tween Rice and Arkansas has been out.stnndi!!(•), the history of play between Hlee anil Arkansas has been extremely close. In addition to the two ties, (he Owls have won 10 names by a touchdown or less while the Ua/orbaeks have posted four of their five wins by a 'ITJ or less. Untlrr the (juldhiK genius of Necly. now in his 15th yenr with the Owls. Rice ha.s been established as the most feared November team in the conference. Often slow-starters, Neel'.s siiHHilh T-teums generally speed through their final month in breakneck lashion. Six lime?, inn the lu:,t eight years they've 1 gone umieiented in November play. Unfortunately for Arkansas "and for the conierenci'i, the Owls hold flic balance of their Southwest Conference schedule for the last month --and in .so doing have won or tied for three championships in eight years. Arkansas finds itself annually the first November test of Neely's Muvrwiful .slratrpy. The I wo schools—botli charter members u( the SWC- opened piny in 11)1!) with nice routing Ihe Ru- zorhacks, -10-7 nt Houston. Thoy rn- ttirned to Uu 1 Texas rily Hit 1 following year, however, and Arkansas rame closest to I Us only Mouslon win. The game ended in a scoreless tie. but the Porkers drove yard line in the game ble. Fir.sl Win In 1 Arkansas' lo tin? ime nly lo funi- EXPERIENCED HANDS IN H\i, &TU 4£A6O\I A-S, A PSO AVO AT A R/PE JO, STILL A GftcAr PAW CATCKSZ It wno WAS ON VEKGE Of SEIN6 V . UP WO YEARS AGO.' Pro Footballers Still Give it College Try By .HMMY HKUSIJN NEA Staff Cor respondent NEW YORK — (NEA) — This was .Ian. 1. 1941, and Vic Linclskog trotted off the field with a satisfied look. He had just given a Pasadena Rose Bowl crowd of 100,000 a bone-rattling example of why he had been nominated for All-America for his play at Stanford. Writer Is Asked to Prove His Charges Against Boxing Sooners' Lines Proving Claims Oklahoma's Two Big Walls Have Checked All Running Stars NORMAN. Okln.. W) — Oklahoma's two big, fast and rugged football linos have been popping rival backfieJd claims by the dozen so far this season. When the Sooner forwards point for an opposition running star he ha.s turned up a dead duck every game. Take Colorado, for instance. Oklahoma beat the Buffaloes 13-6 largely becau.se their four star Ij:;<:kfi were held to a total of 92 yards in 3ti dimes, a paltry average of 2.5 yards per try. Hull Hun Wild Until Saturday's game with the Sooners, however, John Bayuk, Prank Bernard!, Carroll Hardy and Homer Jenkins had piled up an impressive 1,177 net yards for 7.8 average over earlier Colorado opponents. Bayuk was second in the nation with 651 yards, Bernard! 10th wiih 448 and Jenkins 11th with 442. Against the Sooners, however, Jenkins rushed two times for 11 yards, Hardy 14 for 12, Bayuk 9 for 30 and Bernard! 11 for 39. Taylor Hopped Corky Taylor, Kansas State's ihifty halfback, carried five times igain.st Oklahoma and wound up with a minus three yards. Ronald Chnkscale of Texas Christiai lugged the ball six times for f minus 15. And Paul Larson of California carried 11 times for a minims one, As one admiring Colorado fan put it Saturday, "these guys jusl keeping coming after you in wave: and waves and waves, and eventually you go under to stay." As far as Uic national football picture was concerned, that was .lie last big day of Lindskog's ca •eer. Sure, he was called pro foot- Hill's greatest offensive center dur- ig seven years with the Philadelphia Eugles. But that was In the L. Nobody around Palo Alto icard much about him. If Lindskog were to be in the pro •sinks today, however, his name would probably he a weekend tele- ision word among the 25,000,000 who view the professional panic on Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons around the nation. Tho.se telecasts i>f National Foot iill lj(Mij}\ie contests have, throughout the past three seasons, thor- Mighly popularized the pro game. So much so, in fact, (hat this season College of Pacific ^authorities vxpressed g~ntc receipt worries be- !orr » Saturday night clash with .op-rated Texas Tech. The night's )ro grid telecast, COP authorilies jointed out, figurrd to do nothing )U( hurl, their gate. The tact. Llmt they are on U 1 lev is- on ha.s done a lot to perk up the (layers, loo. As (lie Du Mont Net- tack, is a good example. Perry played his college ball at Conmton.! Calif., Junior College, more than 400 miles away. • "But the gang back home yces me on television," ho says. "In fact, when our game is televised, I think more ot 'cm see me than they did when I was in college." Televising hasn't hurt the pros. Attendance-wise, this could easily be the Annie's biggest season. The champion Detroit Lions opened with their greatest advance sale. In Chicago, the Bears drew 47,9fiO against San Francisco and Pittsburgh's Slcplnrs brought 33.262 into Forbes Field as they beat the Browns — and had Branch Rickey .slinking his head. What must amount to the final tor. Ed "Moose" Krause, reports Llio school's fans hustle away from Ihe stadium lute each Saturday afternoon and head right home for their TV sets and the night's pro game. The town? South Bend. The ^LlTn^'S !±L1 "''.'I «*»" * or 'ecu™: No,™ D-.™.' , firsl anrl most decisive mpetition after easy vielorics j W m t:mnr in t!)i!;i in Little Rock with last night, and both are expected I „ L >; t _ 0 victory. That game and the to.May undefeated until the lo\n-! , n4)i diHmpio'n.ship dual are the only ncy s final game Friday. The g-iani Amencnn leain hud an easy time I rimming Nationalist China 72-L'a last night while Brazil was besting Prance -t9-3(J. Horses Take Over Garden ansas. For pure excitement, the 1037 and liKJfi games \\onlri be hard to match As it turned out the ',17 gnme at Hon. 1 ! ton amounted to the loop litle i Rice finished -i-1-i and Arkansas [m- he Owls— bin H wasn't he players figure they are always in Mini' own backyard. "TlirtT are 396 players in (lie 12 (earn pro league," McMahon says. "and it doesn't matter to any of them if they come from Uibbock, Tex., and play for Green Bay. They still teel (hoy are performing for the home folk. "You diin't find any of the old charges being leveled at the pros these days. You know, they used to they lolled and things like i over until a 1-Ynnk Mernwell finish- 'that. Today, these guys go all out. had been added. j Once ihcy're in the same, no mat- Porkers led iMl-lfi with three i (er where it is. they still feel Noren to Stick With Outfield MEXICO CITY t.4V-lrv Norm of the New York Yankees, tried 1m hand at pitch ing yc-su'rday and everyone concerned acrced he's r, very good outfielder. Noren is a member ol H teum ol U. S. baseball pln\ers playmi; a barnstorming series \\ith Bobby Avila's all-stars. The U. S. team was ahead 7-3 going into the eighth innint: when Noren, who earlier had hit a home run, took over the mound In two thirds of an inning !is walked five mm, uncorked a \\ild pitch and gave tip two hits ajid ^ix nm£. The inning \vns so \n\\y. inr- game wtis called bccau.se ol darkness with the Aula all-Mais winning 9-7. NKW YORK ',4i--Tho titilh al Horse Show opens in Square Garden Inriay tor an d:iy slant! with Gen. Humborto nlrs ;uid his iiiauniticonl Mexican loitm of juni[ir!->, exprctrd lo wm I he mie i national good will chal- le-n^L- cup. Four other (cams — the United Stiites. Canada. Spain and West Germany — also will compete apunsi Mt'Siro. freMi Irom a rec- ord-bri'iikinc performance in Uic Pennsylvania Horse Show. The Mi'xicim* won nine of the 11 blue i ibljons m the international class at the Hamburg show. foiii;hi down to .have to worry about his mime be- U. A. Attendance Will Set Record W A R V I N G 0 R U K K IN THE CHANCERY COl'RT. CHICK ASAU'RA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI. COl'XTY. ARKANSAS ; Juanita Rast Drane, Pitf. : vs. No. \2,(W8 Edmond D. Dr.ine, DU. The defendant, Edmond D ;' Drane, is hereby warned to appear' within thirty days in the court \ named in the caption hereof and I answer the complaint of the plain- j tiff, Juanita RaM Drane. ! Dated his llh day of Ocober. i 105-1. , SEAL ! GERALDINH; LISTON, cierk.' By OPAL DOYLE, D. C } James M. Gardner, Atty. for Pitf. | PAYKTTEVrLLE Ark a n ,s a s' . i -iarpfc,s on (.he field this year us P/'fdncmi: siim-.vi in the stands. The 105-i homf'-pame a\i':;it;e atieiuiancc win rind will be a nrw record wuh nothing ' tin 1 :15.0(X) arena in HI-18 with a 25- out sellouts in ?ipht. The Razor-1 thv Poi'kev.s Ruinori tm-iv first SW( field goal. With n scoreliw .piune on Ra/iirback Stadium's .Scoreboard, -tack Schurlc aUempied a field soal that im.^.sed by a few iret. The Razorback reprieve i\as nliort-lived, j Ijowmfr. UK a penalty was railed and i ~~ n not her chance \vas i;ivc the OwLs. j win, Arkansas is behind a Again Si luirlr's boot wn.s wide ol rlu 1 mark and the tie MTineri certain, nut. .uiMous Parkers were again dciecieri ottsuie, Svluielc's, thivri straiphi fry ended near pandemonium as u rlrnrod thp uprights and Rice won ,t ,'i-O iianie. The |!i,vl fliisli will be thp 21sL in War Mcmnnttl' Stadiuin and the sistri ol (br 6ouih,\\'i\st CnnfereiU'e round-robin ,>!! OUT again. The Owls oprnrri ronfert'iiiT play ua> tour M' Ted Kluszewski is the first member of the Cincinnati Redlegs to lead the major leagues in home runs since Fred Odwell in 1005. Odwell hit nine that year. Ryff Decisions Henry Davis BROOKLYN f/pi—Young Frankie Ryff. the unbeaten New York lightweight, had a glib-sounding bir well-meaning explanation today oi why he didn't go all out for r knockout in his 15th straight victor;, last night. Ryff, 22, won evei-y round as he outclassed the veteran Henry Davi. of Los Angeles at Eastern Parkway He had Davis set up but didn't deliver the clincher. "I don't concentrate on knock outs." said Ryff. "They don't meat that much to me. And anywa\, like to practice on these guys." Dyff weighed 139U, Davis 135U Davis was the second importan victim for Ryff, who turned pro in 1951 after winning national Golden Gloves championships. Hi? month layoff because of a fracturec knuckle. His first big win was decision over Ralph Dupas. The comeback of Moses Ward of Detroit, \vns sot ba.ck a notch at St. Nicholas Arena last night when Bobby Jones of Oakland. Calif., used superior boxing ability to gain a unanimous decision over him. Ward weighed 159';, Jones 155'.j A popular fishing spot in Sausalito. Calif., is a. small wharf with n red sign — "Dangerous No Trespassing." business aspirations. Joe Perry, one or the flying Ix cars which gave the San Kranciscoi '•19ers that devastating ground at-i 12 re- hacks will draw 127,0(K) pe five uames in Arkan,sius--;i !ii:r ol ovei 25.000 per contest. Last year, six pame.s m Arkansas tnew slightly ovnr 103,000 Inns. Ten tramps this jt-ar are expected 10 draw elo.se to 300.000 people at horn,' and on the road. for i victory, incliidmp tlie Mi>si>sipp' 8- cord at the .stadium. The hsi uv .conference games, however, hnv pone to the Porkn> -'JO-17 nve Baylor and -H-H over TCMI.S A^\1 The Arkansas - Hire .^eni\s hj; produced two "Sprnal-Day" record —neither in favor of tin- jv>:kn-s The 40-9 Rice win in \$-y* ^ a i,.c ord Homecoming loss for the Porkers: while (he 35-3 low, to Uic Ou-|s in liKW is the only D:uls' l);i in i on the books. The Owls h.up been before very poor Homecoming overall for Arkan.Mis. u i seven oJ the 1 .!- nine app here. Joe Adcock was the only regular on the Milwaukee Braves Lo bnt over .300 In 1954. He hit .308. DOUAR.WUr? MEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOU! Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Jock Webb, M.D. Announces the Removal of his offices from the Lynch Building to the new EYE CLINIC 520 W. Main Practice Limited to the Eye and E.N.T. Office Hours !t In S Dally Kxrcpl Thursday Afternoons and by Appointment How Long Since You Compared INSURANCE COSTS?' Insurance KATKS are the same, but COSTS—COSTS can mean the difference lo you from lo'V to 20•> in what you pay for insurance. At KayiiioncI /.arhry's the cost of insurance is so much lower thai what you save conies to an astonishing amount. You ought to compare what you're now payhiR for insurance with what you'd pay if you bought it at Kaynioml /uchry Insurance Agency. Or, If you prefer, Raymond Xavhry will cull on you. RAYMOND ZACHRY IIS N. 2nd. Insurance Agency Phone 3-SSI5 Sensational in '5t—ewi mure so in '55 with nil the newest new ideas o/i wheels! Wnlrh! It's coming fuxm to your OMsmohile, dealer's! Chicago Scribe Says Crime Syndicate Controls Sport CHICAGO (AP) — The Illinois Athletic Commission haj asked sports writer Jack Mabley of the Chicago News to prove his charges that boxing is controlled by "syndicate criminals.* Rupp Hot Gloomy Over Cage Outlook Livingston Osborne, commission chairman, said he would like Mabley to appear at a special meeting which he plans to call next week. Mabley began a series of articles on boxing yesterday and stated in his first story that "the czar of boxing is Prank Carbo, thug who found managing fighters was more profitable and less hazardous than being triggerman for Murder Inc." IBC Demands Proof "Carbo controls boxing from New York- But Chicago has a vital concern in the racket." Mabley said. The charges brought a demand Irom Truman Gibson, secretary oi the international Boxing Club, that Mabley prove his charges before the Illinois Athletic Commission. Gibson, In a letter to the commission, said Mabley's conclusion that boxing is "a racket" and that "the ezar of boxing is brankie Carbo" are serious allegiations. FBI to Be Present Osborne said he will have representatives from the state's attorney's office .the attorney general's office and from the FBI for the meeting. "Tne reporter will be asked to present information he has pertaining to any crookedness connected with boxing in Illinois," Osborne added, Mabley did not comment immediately on either Gibson or Osborne's remarks. LEXINGTON, Ky. (/R—Kentucky, which long has monopolized Dixie basektball and three times recently carried off the National Collegiate title is embarking on another campaign without its bier guns. Veteran Coach Adolph Rupp observed as practice opened yesterday that "pre-season polls don't figure us to do anything this year but we don't see things quite that gloomy." There was a bit of optimism as he set out to rebuild with two seniors, seven juniors and six sophomores. j Rupp, who has molded many i championship teams since he came ' to Kentucky 24 years ago, feels "we.won't be as strong this winter as we were last year .We never will be that good again and probably nobody else will be either." He called his club last year, that went undefeated in 25 games, "my idea of an ideal team in every respect.". The robin is the most abundant Read Courier News Classified Ads. i bird in the United States. If you want to $ave money still enjoy... DOWNTOWN DOWNTOWN THE LOWEST OF FARES! Woy Tfip Memphis. Trim. ... 1.90 3.-15 St. Louis. Mo ii.85 10.55 Kansas City, Mo.. .11.00 19.80 Chicago. HI fl.50 17.10 Flint, Mich 15.75 1R.35 Detroit. 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