The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1955 · Page 15
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 15

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OSU-Michigan Fray Troy-UCLA Game Set Rose Bowl Tempo By ED WH.KS The Associated Frese There'll be a bargain counterfull of old school ties resting on old grad paunches at a flock oMraditional battles in college football this weekend, but for all practical purposes there' are just two games on the schedule — Ohio State at Michigan and Southern Cal vs. UCLA. The Rose _-wl lineup rides on Howard (Hopalong) Cassady, was the results. Michigan can cop the Big Ten title and the Jan. 2 berth with a victory. UCLA can win the Pacific Coast Conference crown and the other half of the Pasadena pass by defeating the Trojans. Ohio State has "only" the Big ' Ten at stake. The Buckeyes can't go to the Rose Bowl because they went last year. But by knocking off or tying sixth-ranked Michigan, they could hand the bowl berth to third-rated Michigan State, which wraps up the regular season againt nonl«ague Marquette in pertMp* KM worst mis-match of ehe year. Southern C«l Hai Bit Chine* Southern Cal has nothing at (take except a whale of a chance to brighten a so-so season. An upset of fifth-ranked UCLA, however, might open the Rose Bowl door for Oregon State, which plays Oregon. Michigan, playing before a home is favored by a maybe more. OSU's All America backfield ace crowd of 97,239, touchdown and YOURCAR NKKM0RE thanjiKt anti-freeze Get new, improved PEAK -the modern anti-freeze! You get your money's worth when you buy improved "Peak" . . . the anti-freeze that has,kept pace with i the modern car! Protection against frecze-ups is not enough! The cooling system in today's high compression engine also needs protection from rust and corrf* sion which can cause hot spots on • cylinder walls, pre-ignition, power loss, and costly repair bills. New Peak* Anti-freeze provides both unsurpassed freeze protection and unequalled rust protection! Laboratory and road tests provt I that "Peak" gives better protection against rust and corrosion than, any other national brand antifreeze . . . thanks to an exclusive rust-inhibitor combination developed after five years of research. Tests also prove "Peak 1 " gives complete all-winter free?* protection. It will not evaporate or boil away; nor creep, seep, or leak fjrom any water-light cooling system. A special anti-foam agent is added to prevent overflow losses. , This winter, get more tbaa j»t t freeze protection! Ask your serviceman for "Peak"... the modern ti-freeze your car needs! in a minor car accident Thursday and he'll be carrying a stiff neck. UCLA is favored by nine points, although whiz Ronnie Knox is on the injured list. It's the national TV Game of the Week CNBC) and 100,000 plus will be in the stands for what shapes up as a running battle between UCLA's Sam Brown and Bob Davenport and Southern Cal's Jon Arnett. It may be played in the rain. Alabama at Miami The weekend gets rolling tonight when winless Alabama visits Miami (Fla.). The Hurricanes, mentioned as a possible new addition to the Southeasterrt Conference, shouldn't Have any trouble at all with 'Bama, a cellar member of the SEC. In addition to the two big ones tomorrow, Oklahoma, the nation's No. 1 team, takes on Nebraska for the Big Seven title. The Sooners. with 27 straight victories, are favored by three touchdowns. The nation's only other major unbeaten, second-ranked Maryland, wraps up the season against George Washington. The Tcrps, headed for an Orange Bowl show- by four TDs. In Frogs Can Win Bowl Bid the Southwest, Texas Christian and Jim Swink can sew up the Cotton Bowl berth against Rice. TCU. No. 7 nationally, gets the nod by two touchdowns. Mississippi and Georgia Tech, top bowl prospects from the Southeastern Conference, are Idle — but Auburn and Tennessee keep the fires burning. Auburn has a touchdown edge on Clemson. which may have lost its light against Maryland last week. Tennessee is a TD underdog against Kentucky. Pitt, Which gained bowl attention by toppling unbeaten West Virginia last week, could clinch a reported Gater Bowl bid against Penn State. The Panthers are favored by six. In the Midwest, fourth-ranked Notre Dame goes against Iowa in a game that's been a sizzler recent years. The Irish are favored by 10. In the East, Princeton can win the Ivy crown by whipping Dart- mouih (the Tigers are favored by 12t while Harvard needs a third down with Oklahoma, are favored TDs. straight upset of Yale for the Three title. Yale's favored by two Sudbury Ekes Out 7-6 Victory Over Lange in '/' Grid League Sudbury's Green Wave turned the tables on their tormentors by eking out a 7-6 victory over Lange to avenge a one-point Lange victory in their last meeting, as the final round of play in the "Y" Grade school football league got under way at Little Park yesterday afternoon. The winners got their TD on the last play of the first half, after holding a Lange threat on their 10 early in the second quarter. With the ball resting on the Lange 23, Barry Hughes took the hand-off from quarterback Nate Austin and went all the way for 6 points. He then hit the center of the line for the extra point that spelled victory. The third period was scoreless but Lange got rolling in the fourth after recovering a Sudbury fumble near midi'ield. Lange got a first on a pass from J. W. Hall to Mike Coleman. Hall then took a pitchout from quarterback Nelson and skirted, right end for 35 yards and the score. A sweet job of ball handling almost netted Lange a touchdown in the third quarter. With the ball on his own 35 yard line, Donald Nelson faked to Hall going into the give rve More taste More flavor More bouquet Glenmote KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY • 86 PROOF in the Beautiful Holiday Decanter (at same price at regular bottle) $[28 J*' 4 It's the Mine wonderful Cienmore that's aUo told BthtRgnUrbottlt. •UMMOMt DMTILLIM1* COMPANY ftr/Mio* •/ Pi**** m SECOND TEAM E—H. Schnellenberger, Ky. E—Harold Burnine, Missouri r—Carl Vereen, Georgia Tech. r—Mike Sandusky, Maryland G—Calvin Jones, Iowa G—Hardiman Cureton, UCLA C—Hugh Pitts, Tex. Christian Q—Earl Morrall, Mich. State B—Art Davit, Miss. «tatt B—Tommy McDonald, Okla. B—Joe ChiMresi, Auburn THIRD TEAM E—Dave Howard, Wisconsin E—Jo* Tuminello, La. State T—John Witte, Oregon State T—Phil Tarasovic, Tale G—Jim Parker, Ohio State G—Bryan Burnthorne, Tulane C—Jerry Tubbs, Oklahoma. Q—George Wel§h, Navy B—Charley Horton, Vanderbilt B—Jimmy Brown, Syracuse B—Don Schaefer, Notre Dame line and the Sudbury defense obligingly converged on him while Nelson kept the ball and ran left end behind a wall on interference. Surrounded by his own men and with nobody in front of him, he cut back toward the center of the field and was tackled on the Sudbury 21. Sudbury held and toot over at that point. Honorable Mention Ends — Bill Walker, Maryland; Rommie Loudd, UCLA; Tom Maentz, Michigan; Red Phillips, Auburn; Lamar Lundy, Purdue; John flredice, Boston U.; Marshall Crawford, Rice; Henry Gremminger, Baylor; Joe Stephenson, Vanderbilt; Brad Bomba, Indiana; Leon Clarice, Southern California; Gene Stalling!, Texas A. and M.; Ralph Chesnauskas, Army. Tackles — Ray Lemek, Notre Dame; Bruce Bosley, West Virginia; Frank Machinsky, Ohio State; Jerry Walker, Texas Tech; Tom Powell, Colgate; Prank D'Agostino, Auburn; Joe Krupa, Purdue; Herb Gray, Texas; Forrest Gregg, Southern Methodist; Bob Robert, Minnesota; Jim Barron, Mississippi State; Norm Hamilton, Texas Christian; John Miller, Boston College; John Nis- by, College of Pacific; Charley Rader, Tennessee; Lavell Isbell, Houston; Roger Siesel, Miami of Ohio. Guards — Tony Sardisco, Tulane; Buck Nystrom, Michigan State; Buddy Alliston, Mississippi; Pat Bisceglla, Notre Dame; Franklin Brooks, Georgia Tech; Orlando Ferrante, Southern California; Jim Brown, UCLA; Jesse Birchfield, Duke; Fred Robinson, Washington; Joe Kofiut, Miami of Florida; Dick Hill, Michigan; Jack Davis, Maryland; Dick Stapp, Colorado; Stan Slater, Army. Centers — Steve DeLaTorre, Florida; Lamar Leachman, Tennessee; Ken Vargo, Ohio State; Jim Mense. Notre Dame; Al Baumgart, Detroit; John Cenci, Pittsburgh; Steve Palmer, UCLA. Quarterbacks — Eagle Day, Mississippi; Len Dawson, Purdue; Frank Tamburello. Maryland; Bob Hardy. Kentucky; Jim Haluska, Wisconsin; Jerry Reichow, Iowa; George Walker, Arkansas; Gary Glick, Colorado A. and M.; John Brodie, Stanford. Halfbacks—Sam Brown, UCLA; Ed Vereb, Maryland; Lenny Moore, Penn State; George Volkert, Georgia Tech; Clarence Peaks and Walt Kowalczyk, Michigan State; Walt Fondren, Texas; Art Luppino, Arizona; Bob Moss, West Virginia; John Majors, Tennessee; Fob James, Auburn; Dick Shanley, Oregon; Jackie Simpson, Florida; Whitey Rouviere, Miami of Florida; Eddie Vincent, Iowa: John Crow, Texas A. and M.; Sam Wesley, Oregon State. Fullbacks — Charley Sticka, Trinity: O. K. Ferguson, Louisiana State; Don Bosseler, Miami of Florida; Bob Davenport, UCLA; BillTarr, Stanford; Gerry Planutis, Michigan State; Henry Moore, Arkansas; Jack Pardee, Fights Lost Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles — Pimi Barajas, 116, Tijuana, Me»ico, ouijiototed Texas A. and M.; Lou Baldacoi, Michigan; Pat Debel, Army. Danny Kid, 111, Manila, 10. Bobby Woods, 137, Tacoma, stopped Lavert Smith, 143, Los Angeles, *. Canton, Ohio — Bobby Gordon, 184, Akron, stopped Moses Ward, 162, Detroit, 4. Danbury, Conn. — Lou Stanich, 158, Youngstown, Ohio, outpointed Gunnar Warme, 164, Bridgeport, WI CAN ADD 2,000 Miles to Your Car While You Wait We Can Actually Increase Your Tire Mileage Scientifically/ COUT-OF-ROUND,M.er Us Bring jr VIBRATING, NOISY TIRES rMADE TRULY ROUND m JUST HESTER'S FRAME & WH EEL ALIGNMENT S. 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