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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER in, 1955 BLYTHEV1U.E (ARK.) COUUIKR NEWS PAGE FIVE Chickasaws Battle Through Haley Field in Over El Dorado Mud, Rain for 1 # * * * * * * * * Tribe Line Has Greatest Night In a sljrring performance before a handful of supporters, including their dads and Bobby Bratton in whose honor the game was played, who braved the drizzling rain and cold the Blytheville Chickasaws put on one of the most courageous grid battles seen here in several years, overcoming the elements and a powerful El Dorado team to win a mud-splattered 14-6 victory in the final game of the 1955 season. Led by terrific play of the line, the Chicks matched El Dorado with a first quarter touchdown and clung to a one-point lead by virtue of outstanding defensive play until the final two minutes of the game when the Tribe drove for its second TD. Following is a play-by-play account of the game. Play. El Dorado won the toss and elected to receive. Blytheville kicked off defending the south goal. Jones tried onsides kick which was taken on the El Dorado 49 by Floyd for the Wildcats. Quick TD Moving quickly with terrific speed. El Dorado scored in the first (our minutes of play. De Bruin drove four yards. Me-! a huge hole for 30 yards to the nine. . Akers returned the second kickoff from the 10 to the 21. Abbott and Akers moved for six and Jones hjt Moore on the flanker pass for five and a first on the Blytheville 43. Akers took a pitchout from Jones for seven and got another seven on a split-T handoff. Abbott got four on a fullback counter, Akers was stopped and Abbott, on a reverse drove through Olothln got two before stopped by Hall and Gee and Mooly got five and a first down on the Blytheville 40. Pesnell kept for 10 to the 30 before. Jones halted him. McGlothin got his own fumble and DeBruin, trying from the I formation (or the first time, got 10 yards before fumbling, but the ball skittered through the mud for 10 more yards and was recovered by El Dorado on the Chick 10. Tile Chicks were offsides on the next play and penalized to the five. Mootv drove to the one and McGlothin went over the TD with eight minutes remaining in the first quarter. DeBruin, running for the extra point from the I formation, after a penalty of five yards for too much time, failed to make it and Wildcats led 6-0. Chicks Start Ed Moore returned the kickoff to the Blytheville 30 with a fine block by Abbott and the chicks started the drive for their first score. Abbott powered oif tackle on a reverse for nine yards and Akers picked up the first down \vith a three yard burst to the strong side. Abbott got two more and Akers picked up three on a trap play. Jones popped a short jump pass to Hodge four and it was fourth and one on the Wildcat 48. But the Chicks didn't punt. Prom & double wing spread formation, used for the first time this year, Abbot took a reverse handoff from Akers and blasted through the middle for six yards and the first down on the El Dorado 43. Akers tried the right side for no gain and Moore got three on the Akers got two, but fumbled on the next play trying to go wide and El Dorado recovered to halt the threat. Hall, Nelson and Huffman again racked up DeBruin who was injured on the play and had to be to the game later. Mosiey "was hung for a "yard loss and Mooty kicked to Moore at the 48 where the slippery ball prevented a clean handoff to Akers for the return. The Chicks fumbled the oval chunk of mud twice but recovered each time and Abbott booted out of bounds nicely at the El Dorado 21. First Pass Clicks Mooty got a first with a 10-yard burst, but Rounsavall and Hall sat down hard on McGlothin. With some fine deception, Pesnell passed for the first time in the game and hit Oaston who nearly legged it to the end zone before being caught by Jones at the Blytheville 15. The play was good tor 54 yards. Mooty was stopped hard by Gee and Hall. Pesnell from the I keeper play, lost five when caught from behind by Hodge and Abbott. Mooty got two on the last play of the quarter leaving it fourth and 12 on the Chick 17. Pesnell tried a pass on the first play of the final period but it was no good and the Chicks took over on their own 17. And that set the stage for one of the greatest goal line stands seen here in many moons. Jones, trying the pitchout play from the T was hit and the ball skittered way toward the Chick goal. Akers made a valiant try to recover but a Wildcat end came up one man in the tailback position, but it backfired when lost the slippery ball on the pass from center and barely recovered for a 15 yard loss. Pesnell lost a yard on the same play and Mooty kicked out_ on Blytheville's 33. Fake Kick Works The Chicks couldn't move on two tries and Abbot went back to kick with third and nine, He faked a statue of liberty to Akers and started around the right side, bulldozing his way for 14 yarfis and a first on the 49. Akers slashed through for nine and Abbott got the first with a er slid off tackle for seven and then sneaker for a first down on the Wildcat 26. Akers and Abbott got one each and Abbott powered over tackle for eight and a first on the 16. Jones kept for three and Abbott got great blocking on a reverse to go all the way for the score with 1:30 minutes left In the game. Akers again kicked point and the Chicks had it wrapped up. They insured on the onsides kickoff try by recovering at the Wildcat 46 and running out the clock with two plays. First downs Pass att. Pass Int. Pass Completions Yards Passing Yards Rushing Total offense Fumbles Opp. Fumbles. Rec Penalties Punts (av.l Ely. 11 4 0 3 35 145 180 5 3 3 for 15 4 for 30 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING El D. 8 2 0 1 54 6b 119 4 3 1 for 5 3 for 25 wingback reverse. with the ball on the Tribe four. Then Akers started out to the Great Line Play right on the running pass play, was Mooty slashed at the line for two caught by El Dorado's big, fasti an[ | again for one. On third and ends, but managed to get the pass[ one DeBruin crashed the middle away to Ed Moore who was wide open on the right side, Moore sped down to the Wildcat 13 before being caught by Mooty. Key Pass The play, one of the key ones of the game, was good for 26 yards to the 13. Abbott drove into the line on a reverse with good blocking by Jones, Hall and Huffman, and fought his way furiously through the secondary to the one. Jones sneaked over on the next play for the score. - The Chicks took time out loni enough for Akers to „-- .._ , Ing toe on and it was worthwhile for the little tailback booted perfectly to give the Chicks a one- point edge at 7-6 with two minutes left in the first quarter. Another onsides kick was taken by Floyd for the visitors, this time on the Blytheville 49. Mooty and McGlothin got five apiece and Pesnell sneaked for two as the quarter ended with El Dorado on the Blytheville 37. Mooty got five more, but DeBruin was stopped at the line- from the I by Huffman, Hall and Nelson. Pesnell got three on a bootleg keeper, for a first on the Blytheville 28. But the Chicks got tough there as Nelson and Hall racked up De Bruin and Mooty for no gain with a yard to go, for a first down and the Chicks took over on the 22. Mooty Slows Speed The Chicks couldn't move outf however, and Abbott kicked to Mooly on the El Dorado 43. The speedster showed his stuff on that return as he appeared caught/ but went back and around the outrun the tacklers and return to the Blytheville 48 with some fine blocking. McGlothin got one and Blytheville's Earls smeared DeBruin for a four yard loss as he submarined through the I formation interference .and broke up the play. From then on the Chicks had little difficulty with the I trickery and repeatedly threw it back for losses. Mooly got five but it was fourth and nine on Ihe Blytheville 45. The Wildcats went into their net of shifting from the I to punt formation, trying to pull the Chicks off- sides — and it worked, twice In a row, to give them 10 yards In penalties and a first down on the 34 But that's as far as the Chicks would give and the line again rose up and" battered the attack down. DeBruin got four but the right side of the Chick line pounced on Mooty for a yard loss and Abbott smote p--ne!l for a three yard loss. , looty kicked out on the Blythc- villo 19. Thc'Chlcks couldn't go and Abbott kicked to Mooty at the El Dorado 46 end he returned to the E'-'tVrvir.c 47. »"r-n ••i^bbr'l PesneP's fum- 3f the Chick line but he was stopped a foot short by the entire line led by middle men Nelson, Hall and Huffman. On fourth down and one foot to go. Pesnell tried a quarterback sneak, again from the spread and again the trio of middle men — Nelson, Hall and Huffman — led the Chick line in rising up to stop the play inches short of the goal. Abbott kicked out of bounds at the 36 and again the Chick defenders went to work. This time El Dorado resorted to , Icicif some I formation trickery, spreading the I outside the line with only Bljlhcville Akers Abbott Moore Jones Totals El Dorado Pesnell Mooty DeBruin McGlothin Mosiey Totals Car. 17 15 2 5 Net 35 110 4 -4 39 Car. 145 Net. 5 27 27 9 -3 3.7 Av. .5 2 3.3 1 -3 IDENTIFICATION PROBLEM — Identification of football players was quite a problem last night at the Blytheville-El Dorado game. The gridiron was turned into a muddy lake by yesterday s rains and the drizzle that fell throughout the contest. Blytheville's fullback Charles Abbott carried for short yardage in the first quarter in the photo above but see if you can find him in the picture. (Courier News rhoto) Osceola Seminoles B!ast Piggott 38-0 Football Scores Arkansas High School Football . By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Paragould 13, Corning 6 Blytheville 14, El Dorado 6 Hope 26, Prescott 6 Little Rock 13, Bessemer, Ala. Pine Bluif 24. Magnolia 0 Crossett 34. Magnolia 0 Texarkana 19, North Little Rock 6 Benton 7. Jonesboro 6 Watson Chapel 33, McGehee It Booneville 26, Dardanelle 0 Camden 46, Forriyce 0 Fairview 20, Sheridan 3 Helena 19. Hughes 0 Fuller 14. DeValls Bluff 6 Hartford 21, Greenwood 0 Bauxite 40, England 0 De Queen 28, Gurdon fl Waldron 41, Ozark 18 Mountain home 34, Charleston 0 Elaine 13, Gillett 6 •Smackover 7, Arkadelphia 0 Fort Smith 39, Springdale 14 Earle 40, Marked Tree 14 Harrison 20. Bentonville 0 Rlson 33. Hamburg 0 Dumas 21, Monticello 6 Marvell 19, Arkansas Deaf school 14 Lakeside of Hot "prings 27, Magnet Cove 7 Harding Academy of Searcy 26 ; Barton 12 Osceola 38. Piggott 0 Mansfield 26, Clarksville 8 Southeast Missouri Sikeston 9, Fredricktown 6 Cario, 111...40. Portageville 0 Charleston 12, Chaffee 12 (tie) Texarkana Upsets NLR; LR Wins 13-0 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS If your hometown football team is mired in a losing streak, they can take a lesson from the Texarkana Razorbaeks. 65 El Dorado .. Gaston . Dick-son .. Harris 40 LINEUPS Blythevflte Fos. Hodge L.E. .. Ratliff L.T. .. Huffman L.O. .. ! Gee C . ... Hall R.G. .. Sparks R.T. .. Rounsavall ... R. E. Jones Q.B. .. Akers HE. .. Moore H.B. .. Abbott F B. .. Substitutes: Blytheville — Bratcher, Earls, Coalter, Privett, Nelson; El Dorado—Ciller. Wlllamson, Richardson, Hines, Mosiey. OSCEOLA — Osceola's Seminoles, District 3B champions were too much for Class A Piggott at Hale Field here last night, as they easily bested the Mohawks, 38-0. Coach Wally Jackson's starting; ruthersville B here Monday night. H built up 28 points in the first Osceola meets the Marked Tree half and retired to the bench in: Indians in the annual Thanksgiving favor of the reserves who played ; day game Thursday at 2 p.m. the biygest part of the last half. Hopkins Gets First ! O / D J4/.— The Seminoles' first TD came on ; fOfKGfS DUlI/6 a six-yard run off tackle by Nelson' 1 **i.»wi«* Hopkins, who also added the extra Weedtnan! point. ... Floyd j Jimmy Bobbins, a defens'" .. Taylor standout in the last two game .. Carney .. Presnell McGlothin ... Mooty De Bruin up the second TD by blockin Mohawk punt on the 24. S. E. Stovall went off tackle for the jc'orc. Hill added the point. LSU Club, Eye AGator Bowl Bid Armore! Cagers Get Win ARMOREL — Armorel's sharp- shooting lorwa rd Carl Patterson pushed 50 points through the nets here last night as the Tigers opened their 1955-56 basketball season with a convincing 79-41 victory over Cooler. Patterson was the whole show as he paced the Tigers to an early lead. Annorel poured on the fuel in the second and third stanzas with substitutes taking over the last half of play. In a preliminary game Armore. girls made it a completely victorious evening by whipping Comer 55-40. Coates scored 26 points lead Armorel and Jenkins got 19 for Cooter. Tuesday night Armorel plays host to Dell teams. Boys Game Armorel Pas. Cooter Patterson (50) .. P F , C G . G Substitutions: Armorel — M, El- ,:ott (5). Stevenson (2), Curtis il), Last night, the Razorbaeks de- sertef their split T offense for a sp :ead formation and stunned N^rth Little Rock 19-6. It was Tex- ark^na's first victory in '-ie straight, games, and left the Ra- zorbaeks with a Big Eight Con ference re- -ord of two victories ; gainst four defeats. In another Big Eight contest, Blytheville's . Charles Abbott led the Chicks to a 14-6 decision over El Dorado. Fort Smith crushed Springdale 39-14; Pine Bluff defeated Magnolia 24-0 and Little Rock downed Bessemer, Ala., 13-0. Texarkana quarterback Ray Landes drove the Razorbaeks to their upset victory over North Little Rock. Running the tailback position from the spread, Landes scored two touchdowns, and set up an unsuccessful thrust at the goal with a 72-yard gallop. Passing Hampered North Little Rock's passing attack, its primary offensive seapon, was stymied by a heavy rain which fell throughout the game. And when Landes started turning their flanks with utmost ridiculous ease, the Wildcats were a whipped bunch. Blytheville's Abbott, one of the finest fullbacks in Arkansas, battered El Dorado's defease for 108 yards (o run his rushing total for nine games this season to move than 900 yards. Abbott put the ball in scoring position for Blytheville's first! touchdown with a 12-yard run to WEST RIDGE—Missc Hich solidly trounced the Luxora Panthers, 85-60 in the basket ball season's opener here last nipht. The Luxora girls edged West Ridge. 39-37. David Hal], West Ridge center, tanked 40 points to pace the winning effort. J. T. Davis hit 18 and Norman Kemp got 14. for West Ridge. Billy Looner and Charles Chrisco scored 3U and 12 points respectively to lead the Panthers. Dorothy Holmes and Anita Miller, with 15 and 13 points, led the WoM- Ridpe pirls.' team .scorers. LITTLE ROCK iF—The Arkansas \ McGee (2). Coates. Cooter — Tom-; Barrow was hich for Lii/:ora with Ifi. ! Razorbaeks seeking their sixth vie-1 Hn ui», Clark (5 Me Kay, Hamel Stinnett (13) Williams (4) Garrison (1) Elliott .... (1U Shea . (5) McClure .. (2» Phillips (91 Campbell f2) Wags tor M/ssco Whips Panther Cagers In 85-60 Game the one. He scored the second after three plunges into the line good for 14, 8 and 12 yards. El Dorado scored on a 50-yard maneuver in the first quarter. Jim Mooty, Tommy DeBruin, Larkus Pesnell and Billy Jack McGlothlin combined to move the ball to the one, from where McGlothlin plunged over. Paul Alberty and Tommy B a en sparked Fort Smith's powerful ground attack to the conquest of Springdale, the runner-up team In District 1AA. Both Alberty. and Bach scored twice in the 6 touchdown Fort Smith assault. Tigers Win Eighth Little riock, which hai, won the Big Eight championship, took its eighth straight victory by outlasting Bessemer in a defensive duel. The Tigers scored on a 93-yard pass play from Hammond, Satterfield to Bruce Fullerton and on Jimmy Martin's 70-yard return of a Bessemer punt. Pine Bluff's passing was hampered by the rain, so the Zebras stayed on the ground to quell Magnolia. Each team tried only one pass, and both failed. Magnolia, which has won only two Barnes this year, got a ;ross the 50 on its own power just once as the Zebras coasted to their eighth triumph against one loss. Rex Hardister, 'the fleet, little Pine Bluff halfback, scored twice to lead, the attack. The Ne\vport Greyhounds, paced by Billy McDonald's two touchdowns, edged Wynne 13-6 in the mud in a Class AA featu:e. Wynne was held to only 56 yards by Newport's stout defense, and capitalized on a Greyhound fumble for its only touchdown. Mike Clayton's pass to Jerry Gardner for an. extra _ oint provided the winning margin as Benton edged Jonesboro 7-6. The. Panthers drove 87 yards for their touchdown in the second quarter. Harold Bcaty scored from the one. Jonosboro's Bob Bollinger scored in the fourth quarter on an 8-yard run, but Bill CaklweU's attempt to convert was wide. Cairo Plasters KUFrosh Whip Varsity As The Stilt' Hits 42 LAWRENCE, Kan. l.fl—"There's no question about it—he's the greatest basketball player alive today." Dr. Forrest C. Allen, veteran University of Kansas basketball coach didn't hesitate last night in applying that tag to Wilt 'The Stilt" Chamberlain. And the 7-foot Chamberlain is only a i'reshman. Allen — and 14,000 others — watched in amazement s the big but graceful Negro poured in 42 points in leading the' Kansas freshmen to an 81-71 victory over the Jayhawk varsity. Allen, starting his 39th season at Kansas and who celebrated his 70th birthday yesterday, seldom is at a loss for words when it comes to talking about his favorite sport, But he had a hard time finding the superlatives to des:ribe Chamberlain. Chamberlain, who was "cold" the first few minutes, dropped in 16 of 35 field goal attempts and hit 1C free throws. He came within two points of the all-time Kansas individual single-game scoring record held Jointly lette, now with by Clyde Love- the Minneapolis Lakers, profes'siona and B. H. Born. He grabbed IB defensive rebounds and six under his own basket. Chamberlain was a little clisap- in the second quarter, Ed We Won I ^"^^^^ e "^^l t Yhe j D. Wagster «,. Rizor (2,. ^sco^dgSher'^ <*»* Bow,, fim.hed their season) . , ^-^ when he ran 43 yards after t.-.k'n-t a pitchout. Jerry Hill scored the point. In the third qu<mer, Hill punchr-.l j over from rigUl yards out. i Jerry Spencer got the final Semi- ] nole touchdown when he went overi from the one in the fourth quarter I Final Home Game ; This was the final game at Hale Field for Richard Lucas, Jimmy Robbms, Bobby Wat?an, Nelson Hopkins, Dcu-ey Gentry, and Larry Hiilsey, all .seniors. This also was the last home game for the Seminoles. who play at Marked Tree next week. The Seminole B team plays Ca- today in a football tangle with Lou- j C'-ach Rio Bugle of Penn State isiana State. Uaya Otto Kneidinser. co-captam| A crowd of about 35.000 is expect- j and and tackle from BelJwood. Pa., j eel despite weekend rain. The lipht was the difference as his team o.v- < rain which fell all day in Little! racuse ,21-20. Kneidiiiffcr is a 6 foot: Rock Friday was expected to slop'3 senior weighing 2r,a pounds. by game time. Temperatures in the I — 50s we IT f o re c a s t. All-Southwest Conference Pullback Henry Moore and nine other seniors took the field for Arkansas for the last time. Clark (4) Miller (I3> . Holme?, i la) Auiry iO> .. May'iO) Girciley ifli . Subs; iiution: GIRLS' GAME Ridge I.iiNora F .... Barrow 116) F Carr (15i FMcGloinhUn 171 G ... S. Leish (Hi G ... B. Clark (l)i G . .. Boiviand id WMt Rid'je—Fre?- 1) Louisiana State carried a 2-5-1 record into the ri.ime, compared to the Razorbaeks' 5-3-1. Pastrana Looms As Ring Comer The first southpaw to win the j American Bowling Congress lourna-' mem shinies title was Marshall Levey : of St. Louis. He tied with a 624 EC- ; rirs in 1907 at St. Louis then won ihe rolloff. I Square Garden while heating Joe Rowan, n plodding jt.cgrr^nr, on a ( un.'mimous decision in 10 rounds hour (5), Watts. Luxor.i—Moody BOYS' GAME Luxora Looner '32> Tcnvles '5' Stages (6t Chrisco 1121 H. Clark )2i West Riduc Lacy <6> ... Krmp ' Hi .... Hnll MO' By 40-0 Count CAIRO—The Cairo Pirates whipped Portageville's Bulldogs, 40-0, in a non-conferencs battle here last nteht. Don Miller, the Southeast M'T- .souri Big Eicht Conference hig.n .scorer, scored two touchdowns foi a ?s:a>on's to::U of 140 points. The senior left halfback broke loose for iui 80-yard run to pay dirt in the la;-t- nunrter. Arthur Kaha. right hnlfback. ran 70 yiird::- lor one of his three touch- dmvm. Jerry Kenner dashed 55 i arcis tift?r recovering a Portage- vil!e fumbl? for a TD. Cairo had a 14-0 load at the half. Read Courier News Classified Ads. pointed with his performance early in t'.ic game. "It wasn't buuer- flics," he sain. "Heck, I've plnyctl lols of basketball. I just couldn't hit." Allen concedes Chamberlain still has a few rough edges but is quick en me home from the 10;")- Olympics to learn. Wilt, who scored 'J,-;i~ The nimble dancins mn,s;rr from points in three years for Ovt-i- the. bayou land — now trnnsplnnted brook Hiffh School in Philadelphia.' to Miami Bench — miy not be able literally slams the ball down to knock your hat off but he can through the nets when ht> gocvs up make all the moves. Ho nu'.dr most for a shot under the basket 'if them last nipfnt at Madison Rose Bowl Clue Seen Today By ED CORRIGAN The Associated Press A grim guessing game called "who is going lo the Rose /Bowl?" was lo be resolved today, the final big Saturday of the college football season, and if form followed the answer figured to come out Michigan and UCLA. Both Michigan State and Oregon State were hopeful of tasting the gold and glory of the big Jan. 2 game In Pasadena, Calif. Michigan had what appeared to be the more t'lfflcult task. That of h e a 11 n g rough-and-tumble Ohio Stale. A Wolverine victory would send them West. An Ohio Sti'e triumph would give, live bid to ?!'c''l7f!n State as the Big Ten r. ern California in the NCAA's tele- Michigan's vision game of the day. The Ohio State, Uclans were without the servicns of their ace passer, Ronnie Knox who suffered a broken ankle lastly ar. week. But even so, they rated a tctlchilown favorite over the Trojans. Frogs Can Win Bid One other team could cement a bowl bid. That would be Texas Cl.rislian, which tangled with five- tlme'-neaten Rice. A TCU victory record showed which boasts lop team in the land. The sooners have won 27 games in a row and ble in mid-air but the half cn^crt" challenge before th« Chicks could «tort i 1 UCLA'i task was to whip South- would assure the Horned Frogs the host spot In the Cotton Bowl. The big 10 race has been confused all season and on this its cll- ninx day, Michigan Stale could do no mora than listen hopefully to radio accounts of the MlchlRan- Ohio State game while It played nonconfcrenee Marquette . Tho Spartrns finished theii I'rigua season last week with a ft-1 mark. Befor* the Ohio' Stato game, less loop record is inelisible hav-' , mven , , d f d ,„ (he BiB ing played In the Rose Bowl ><i-'. gcven |n 52 R . ]mc ,._ 1 Maryland, Oklahoma's Orange Bowl oppoent hs 20 points-pit^ 1 over George Washington. Pour other teams that are in the running,,for howl berths moved into action with victories s must Co.ist May Xc.ed Vole If Southern Cal upended Ucl.ms and Oregon State .scored, its expected victory over Oregon, a vote would have to he taken !' pick the coast team, for Stale v.oulrt show a li-1 record comparedj vv'est Virginia, trying to rcnam to 5-1 for UCLA. | some of its lost prestige suffered The ancient Ivy League chain j n, t ne pjtt defeat Inst week, took pionship also was scheduled to be; on Syracuse. Pitt, Itself now a can- decided. The big game Is In Prince-! didate, goes against Penn State, ton, N. J., where Princeton plays) Auburn nnd Tennessee, both host to D.-irtmoilth. The Tigers need I ,„„„.,„„ Sui , . B(nv , hop( , S| tangled the victory to wrap up the crown | , h C| „ „„,, Kentucky. If Pr nee on a Hers. Yale is ready Miami scored an expected vie- In the nisrht give the mv. Meal ti"e to t'.ie Rlis 'fullback Don Bosrelcr hit the . Ne! r^lu nnil Oklahoma [Crimson Tide lino for three touch- Nebraska meets Oklahoma, thc| downs. to step in. A combination Yale In. - umph over Harvard and a Dan- lory over Alabama, 34-12 mouth victorv ovr Prince-ton would . nnly Important gam- las ' BIYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA BBS'S* Monday, Nov. 21 8:15 p.m. Adults 50c — Children 15c Southern junior Heavyweight CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH !)0 Minnie Time Umil — Best 2 out of 3 Falls BROTHER FRANK JARES Southern Junior Heavyweight Champion vs. CHICO GARIBALDI .Millie Stafford One Hour Time Limit — 2 Out of 3 Falls Farmer Jones vs. Tony Gardina One Hour Time Limit — 2 Out of 3 Falls Miss Millie Stafford —Vs.— Miss Rusty Ryan

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