The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1955 · Page 10
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PAGE TEW BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COtTRIER NEWS WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1!)5S' &9 <? Dying Gasp Effort Ends Football Forecasting Fiasco Here we arc. back again a day earlier thanks to our forefathers who were far sighted enough to see the need for a little rest period along about now . . . won't that day off tomorrow be welcome? Last week's histrionics led us slightly better off than we were before, lipping our season's mark to 62 per rent. We came up with 16 right and eight wrong lor a 66 per cent mark. That moved the season's total to 145 correct guesses and 88 incorrect. That couldn't he considered better than mediocre for anyone but us (the gridpicks Winner, a girl, no less, lopped that easily, missing only three — but she beat the oilier fellows, too). So we're not too proud of our percentage, but we can't help mentioning the fact lhat we called the turn on the Bl.vtheville score and missed El Dorado's by only one point. We had it 14-7, but then who could count on [he Wildcats trying to pick up their extra point via the ill-fated I formation that failed to move the Chicks at all after the first few tries. SO HERE WE go with the final round of this fall fiasco. We don't even have the Chicks to comfort UE this week so we'll get right into the tough ones. Olc' Miss and Mississippi Stale get their annual head-banging: underway at Starkville Saturday, and this one might have a Sugar Bowl bid hanging In the balance. Both teams are well aware of that and are expected to throw everything they've got. Only trouble is, it looks like the Johnny Eebs have a little more to throw in Eagle Day, Paige Cothren, Billy Kinard, et al, than their brothers down south. Looks like the Rebels by a. nose, 16-7. TCU SHOULD show itself as worthy of representing the Southwest Conference in the Cotton Bowl with a firm, though probably not one- sided, victory over the Mustangs of SMU, Cornell will further humiliate Pennsylvania, Wichita over Tulsa. Texas A&M to culminate a miraculous sason with a resounding victory over Texas. IVesl Virginia Id get back on the winning side against North Carolina Stale, Navy to give Coach Eddie Erdelatz a 5-1 record over the Army, Holy Cross to top Boston College, Georgia Tech to look for some sugar at the expense of Georgia, Osceulu over Marked Tree,. South Carolina over Virginia, LSI! over Tulane. Auburn to wrap up what should be a Sugar Bowl invitation with an easy victory over Coach. Whit and the 'apless Alabamans, Baylor over Rice, Clemson over Purman. Colorado over Colorado A&M, Miami over Florida, Little Rock over North Little Rock, Texas Tech over Hardin-Simmons, Notre Dame over Southern California, Oklahoma over Oklahoma. A&M, Tennessee over Vanderbilt, Colgate over Brown and Jonesboro over Paragould. Chicks Finally Make Fourth Place The Chicks finally got out ol iitth place. It took all season to do It, hut the Tribe's win over El Dorado finally boosted the Chicks out of fifth place In the Arkansas Gazelle's football poll and moved them up to the number four spot, previously held by the Wildcats. The M-6 victory by the Clucks lust week simply switched the two teams in the standings, dropping El Dorado to fifth. II was the tirsl time tills year the Chicks got above fifth place, and they should remain in fourth In the season's Una! rankings. Little Rock continued to hold to first place with Pine Bluff second and Fort Smith third. Of Ihe four lop (cams, Blylhcvllle has the best season record at 8-1. I'ine Bluff is 8-1-1, Fort Smith 7-2-2 and Little Hock 8-3. Remainder of the top ten includes Nashville, De Queen, North Little Rock, Texarkana and Stibiaco. Navy, Vanderbilt Given Best Midwest Cage /-if *> n i iv i Leagues bee Chance for Cotton Bowl Did 'Engineers, Auburn, Ole' Miss in Running Tough Bout Tonight for Martinez ST. LOUIS '.¥• — Denmark's rugged Chris Christensen figure.- tonight to give handsome Vim 1 * 1 Martinez his toughest light yet i" his climb toward a shot al the welterweight title after a year's layoff. The young I'ater.son. N. J. boxer rates as slight favorif off his record in the nationally televised (ABO 10-rounci bout '.9 p.":.. CST) In his last f ig"t. Chrislensen gave away more than 10 pounds to Ralph i Tiger- Jones, a borui- fide middleweight and a good one. and lost by one point. His overall record is '21 victories, in 36 fights, nine by knockouts. I Martinez has lost only three of 47 bouts with 23 knockouts. Martinez was on his way to the welterweight title when he split with his manager in the fall of 1954 and found himself without a bout of any consequence for a year. Martinez has been rusty at times since his return, but impressed onlookers in his workouts here. U.AL1.AS (AP) — Navy and Vanderbilt appeared to be : the hottest prospects for visiting team in the Cotton Bowl to-! day although Cotton Bowl officials would not distinguish be-, tu ecu five" contenders. President Felix R. McKnight listed i •a^ Tight Races By JOt: ItlCH'HUClt NEW YORK lAl') — Unless all signs fail, college basketball followers can expect neck-and-ned; races right down the line in three major conferences in the Midwest this season. Ten champion after a light strtli!- ule with Illinois. Kansas is picked , „ . -„, , , i f dethrone Colorado in the Bia ,\avy. Auburn, \anderbilt. .Mississippi and Georgia lech and! Sov( , n but should be n ., rd preyed said i here would be no choice until Saturday night. That will' by Missouri, st. Louis is the choice be after these five have played tvailitional games. lOsceola Closes Football Season At Marked Tree This is the way thc-y .shape 1 up.Sharm Scheuernmn, one of the now: ' ! i'«»r reiurniiiK reyulars of 1 :st Iowa is favored to repeat as Bi-4 ! year's championship squad. Iowa ' i.- still the team to beat in Ihe iJig Ton. Tom Payne, a highly re- gimled ti-t> sophomore, probably will fill in for Scheuerman with Bill Sclioof, another G-6 lad. re»i the Mis*ouv V-Alley bm HouMoir uhu-iiig Uie graduated Deacon Damay take it all. v ' s - Seniors C;iri Cnin, Bill Logan Marqueue. Notre- Dame. Dayton .and Bill Seabery round out a to INSURANCE lohnny Logan holds a pair of baseball pant? with a not attached between the legs to be sure the gate is closed The unique trousers were presented to the shortstop by Milwaukee TV* station Leachville Overpowers Monette 71-57 for Third Cage Victory LEACHVILLE—Leachville's Lions, • Warciell 90-39 and beat Dyess last exhibiting a strong, well-balanced i week 65-51. attack here last night, overpowered j Howell and Keimett with 19 and the Monette Buffalos 71-57. ; 12 points, led the Juniors in last In the preliminary same, the night's win. Leachville Cubs blasted Monette Juniors 48-24. Ward led Leachville #iih 19 points, followed bv Thweatt with H and D. Carter and Atkieson with ward 13 each. Same with Army at iind Don Ross, an assistant coach, \M\f been delegated to look o\'er Vanderbilt in its battle with Tennessee at Knoxville, Ii i-~ considered an open secret thai TCU I favors Navy bin that Vanderbilt is I the next choice. OSCEOLA — The Osteola Semi-j Vainly Game Late noles close their football season: Vanderbilt didn't come into the tomorrow afternoon at '2 pan. wiien : picture umil this week. The Com- tbey journey to Marked Tree for modores beat Florida- 21-6 Saturday their traditional turkey gct-togeth-; and made their season record 7-2. er. The game is the only one sched- j They had losi early season games uled for Mississippi County teams j t O Georgia and M f i.s.sippi. this week. i Navy has a 6-1-1 record, losing This is one of the oldest rivals : only to Notre Dame and being- tide the Seminoles have and the record books can be thrown out the window when these t.wo teams cet together. Marked Tree Indians \\ere upset last year by the Seminoles so coach j a 7-1-1 record, Auburn has Charlie Sim's Indians will go alii same and Mississippi has out to win. this one. Coach Wallace JacKson and Ins assistants. Fred .Foster and Louis Wolfe, has completed a very successful record in their freshman But while the Cotion Bowl made Marquette. Notre Dame. Dayton: and Bill no di-stineition in the five prospects, a!K i Cncinmui loom as ihe strong-1 powerful Marling: array. indications were .seen at l-'on > est independents but Xavier off Kansas has three regulars back \Vorth that Navy and Vanderbilt j Ohio. Loyola' and Depaul ot Chi-j but must get help from 6-7 Lew were the top two and in iluu order.! cago figure lo print 1 troublesome, i ,'ohn.^ou if the Jflyha\vks are Prod Taylor. TCU freshman! " Injury Hurts i cash in on their title hopes. Mis- coach, has been assigned to scout! Despite a kidney injury io ( .--uiiri. led by G-4 Norm Stewart, Xavy in its same with Army at ——„___- ; j 1;) _ s j3 C1(?n . s rren»tht i ned by the re- Pl-.ii;-.: : -?!:'hia and Don Ros$. aii as- _ _ j turn of U'illard wllioim from ser• vice. Newcomer Jack Parr, a 6-9 j center, is the key man in Kansas • Sttire's iithick. Nebraska's hopes s Center around nrwc.omers Rex '. Eckwal! and Jim Thorn. Colorado i lost Vouv starts but lv.\a good ve-, placements in Jim Ranglos. r.eoixe Hannah and Mel Coffman. low?. State nd Oklahoma are 1 .-:arting fresh with sophomores. Patterson Leads Armorel to Win With 62 Points urday they will get 'he bid i Georgia Tech, which played : the Cotton Bowl last Jan. 1, 1 • Tech plays Georgia. Auburn meets ' Alabama and Mississippi clashes | with Mississippi Slate Saturday. ! McKnight said he hoped to announce the opponent of Texas Dyess Edaes Missco 75-72 In Thriller Leachville D. Carter 13 Atkieson. 13 19 Thweatt. 14 Thomas. G Monette ! Lanse. 8 ' McEh-oy. 9 Blasingamc. 12 j Wallace. 12 Nettles. 4 Christian in the 6 p.m. Saturday. Cotton Bowl by Blaslngame and Wallace were high for Monette with 12 points Substitutes: Leachville — Bailey each. 5. Durham I: Monette —Mote 6. [ Monday night Hie Lions blasted I Wilcox 2, Lassiter 2, Bill Nettles 2 Sudbury Powers Over Central For Fourth Straight Grid Title Suclbm y's football team racked up a 20-0 victory over Central at Llt- tlr Pnvli ycsicvday for its Couvtii straight chumpionslilp in "Y" Grade school piny. The win gave them a 5-1 record tor the year, their only IOSK being Eo (he Lunge eleven. Sudbury scored in the first quarter. Ihe first time they had the ball. Bnn-y Hushes plunging throligll the middle for 8 yards, following a roughness lu'iuilty \vhtch had given them H fmst down on the Central 8. Hughes also pl.unfied lor tbe extra point to Rivi- tin 1 league leaders a 7-0 advantage at half time. In the third period, alter the Sud- bui-y ground attack had been halted by the Central line, quarterback Nate Austin throw to Mickey Johnson for 20 yards, placing the ball on the Central 20. After rolling up another first down. Hughe.s went through the center of the Cenlral line lor tour yards and the TO. The try for cxtni paint was no good. I On the first play after the following kick-off, the Central backfield tumbled and Sudbury recovered on the Central 16. On ourth down and the ball resting on the Central 9. Austin again flipped to Johnson who was wide open in the end zone. Hughes then booted the extra point to make It 20-0. Arkansas Tech No. 10 in Offense EMPORIA, Kun. (XP) — Arkansas Tech. .second place team in the Ar- kn lisas Intercollegiate Conference. is the No. 10 small college football teinn in total offense. Figures released yesterday by HIP NAlA set Tern's average total offense nt 358.8 yards per game. The nation's lending: small col- h-KC team was undefeated Centre College with a lotnl offen.se aver- I age of 431 yards a game. Navy, Notre Dame, Texas Ags Tapped By HAROLD CL.VASSEX NEW YORK (AP) — This is the week you can have football with your turkey drumstick on Thursday and football with your turkey hash on Saturday. \ear. In addition to winning the district 3 B championship, the Seminoles have scored 313 points to their opposition's 93. They also have a 7-3-1 record. This will be the last- game for ends Dewey Gentry and Bobby Watson, tackles Richard Lucas and Lar- | CARUTHERSVILLE — Caruth- ry Hulsey, guards Jimmy Robbins ' ersville eked out a 20-19 win over and halfback Nelson Hopkins, The spirit and hustle of the entire squad has been outstanding all week, and if this is any sign the Seminoles should be ready for this one. j Coach Jackson says all of his boys are in fine physical shape and CaruthersYtlle Bees Edge Osceo/o 20-79 • O.sceola in a B ream battle at Osceola Monday nigh.t- , Read Courier News Classified Arts. he is looking for a Lop-nou-.h .''ormnnce. WEST RIDGE — Dye.-s' Eagles , outlasted Mis.seo's Tigers 7o-72 in night gave the Tigtr whiz a total a Bame p ] a ypd here last night, of 112 points in tuo a nines for a. ^P game was close most of the neat 56 point average. ua y with Dyess warding off a strong Dell jumped off to an early lead : i asl minute bid by the scrappy and maintained it throughout thf i Tiserci. tu-st two periods bui Patterson and! Richards with 15 ponit.s paced the the Tigers got, hot in the second' Entries' scoring and pivotman David half and won going away. ! Hull dunked in 28 for, the Tigers. In the girls game Dell eked out: j n t i ie g u -i s g ame Dyess walked a 49-46 \vin over the /Tigers in * ; off w ith a 53-33 victory. Taff scored thriller. Richardson led the victors : 41 points for Dyess and Holmes with 26 points while Hughes and m-shed 15 for Missco. Hudson each sot 16 for Armorel. . Missco Pos. Dyess liOVS Lacy <3> P <5> Darnell Armorel Fos. Doll Kemp <H> ... P .. t!5i Richards Patterson '62' . P (6» Holmes D. Hall (28> .. C .... UO' McVay Stinnett '9i .. F. ..... 1121 Cook Garner <8> ... G t4i Cash. Williams u> . C. ... U7i Pefcptes Davis <15» G »8> James Coates '2» .... G (10* Gulp : Substitution:-: Mi.^co — Morgan Stevenson U2i G. .. (17) Edwards • (4). Dye>:s—\V. Barnes (41, Jewel Subsiiiup.ons: Avmovel — Ga.rvi- (7), Southern iti'. J. Barnes *LOf, son. DclJ—Pavne '4', Do.ster i9>. ' Jones <6'. This closes out (he 1955 season ot pigskin picking. Right now the season's figures nre 332 correct picks nnd 121 losers for .729, including 30 winners and 11 losers last week. The final choices: Navy over Army; In the belief that Navy has coine up with,a pair of running halfbacks while Army's passing won't be uji to the usual Cadet .standard. The lines about on a pur. The game is Saturday at Philadelphia. Penn over Cornell: Penn hasn't won in two season's under Coach Sieve Scbo but this is it. The Quakers* determination will cut down Cornell's vaunted speed. A Thursday game. Oklahoma over Oklahoma A&M: The Sooners have won 28 in a row and with Tom McDonald healthy should make it 29 with relative ease. A Saturday contest. Texas A&M over Texas: The will decide this Saturday struggle. THURSDAY Colgate over Brown. Denver over Wyoming-, Utah over Utah State, Virginia Tech over Virginia Military, Wichita over TuL**.. Richmond over William and Mary. Miami (Ohio) over Cincinnati. FRIDAY West Virginia, over North Carolina State, Texas Western over Trinity. SATURDAY East: Boston College over Holy Cross. Midwest: None. South: Auburn over Alabama. Clem.son over Fur man. Georgia Tech over Georgia. Miami i.Pla.) over Florida. Louisiana State over Tulane, Mississippi over Mississippi State, Tennessee over Vanderbilt, Virginia over South Carolina, Southwest- Baylor over Rice. Texas Crristian over Southern Methodist, Texas Tech over Hardin- Aggies complete an unprecedented I Sunms. .season. They finished in the cellar! Far West; Colorado over Coloa year ago, are conference champs rndo A&M, New Mexico over Brig- this time. A Thursday game. Notre Dame over Southern California: It will be close. Perhaps one of Paul Hormmg's field goals Uam Young, Tempe, A viz.. SVatc over Arizona. Hawaii over Fresno. SUNDAY Dayton over Villanova. We Furnish The Needed, Unusual Services For Your Car Straighten Frames — True Tires Front End Alignment—Balance Wheels New and Used Auto Parts HESTER'S FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT S. Highway 61 Phone .1-3186 ff GET NEW CAR PERFORMANCE with our SPECIAL MOTOR TUNE-UP Dnn't let a minor nri- justnicnt rob your car »( cflloiMMT. Drive In lo- d»f f*r eiprrt lmie-»p. 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