The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1954 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER, 1 1984 Porkers Paced SWC In Pass Defense, Wins * * * * * ¥ * * But Hogs Last in Total Offense Br RAT STEPHENS FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — There used to be a saying in football that a team couldn't win consistently without a passing attack. A look at the games statistics for Southwest Conference teams indicates that a team can't win without a pass defense. A break-down of the statistics' ihows that the Arkansas Razor- hacki, champions of the seven- team conference, finished last in average rushing yardage per game; last In' total offense per * But] the Razorbacks, winners of eight of 10 games, were a strong third to passing and stood first In paw defense. 158.5 Average Arkansas averaged only 158.5 yards per game rushing, and only 246 per game in total offense for 10 games. The leader In both departments, Southern Methodist, had 232.2 yards rushing and 333.3 total offense for only nine games. The Bazorbacfcs also allowed their opponents to run up an aver- >ge of 226 yards rushing In each game, while SMtJ led the league with only 130.1 yards. SMD Topi In DefcnM SMU also topped the conference In overall defense, allowing only an average of 250.4 yards for each game, while Arkansas allowed Its foes to run up an average of 219.8 yards in each contest. The Razorbacks picked up an •verage of 81.6 yards a. game passing, trailing only Baylor with 106.6 and SMU with 101.1., And the Porkers held their opponents to an average gain In the air of only 53.8 yards per game. SMD, the leader or second In all other departments, failed miserably here, giving up 120.3 yards per game to the opposition's passing. Dell, Missco Divide Pair Blut Devil Boys Win, Girls Los* DELL—Dell arid Mtssco teams divided a basketball doubleheader here last night with the Dell boys and Missco girls victorious. Misscos' girls thumped Dell by n 56-52 score in the first game. Olrd- ley of Misco and Whistle of Dell each scored 27 points. In the nightcap Dell's boys whipped Missco by a 08-58 count with Johnston scoring 32 point* for Dell. Dell P« Missco Shelton P (9) Clay Whistle 127) ...P. ... (271 Glrdley Richardson (19) P (20) Allen Garrett Q Holmes Peterson Q Wllmuth Slgrnan G Allen Substitutions: Dell — Hubbnrd (4). Byars (2), Buck. Tate. Missco —Lunsford, Autry. Boys Game Dell Pns. Mlssc Johnston (32) F (12) Adams Rhoads F Garnel Peeples 18) C 119) Hall Cook (6) G (10) May Stamey (15) ...O (II) Portlier Substitutions; Dell — Naney (3), Minyard (4), Moody and Culp. Miss- co — Miller (6), and Williams. After Hectic Grid Season— Big Turnover Seen In Coaching Ranks By HUGH FULLERTON JR. NEW YORK (AP) — Note to irate alumni: before you fire the coach because your team didn't win, take a look at what happened to the other guys. • Three major colleges already are looking for new coaches with the 1954 season not yet over, and the usual rumors of changes at other losing institutions are floating around. At Pittsburgh, Red Dawson, who had to give up coaching In mid- scason because of his health, alter losing three games, turned In his resignation later to enter private business. Athletic Director Tom Hamilton, who took over the Job, had a 4-2 record for the remainder Leachville Splits Pair with Bay Yellow Jackets Easy For Lions 76-42; Juniors Lose 40-31 Two Games Tonight in Steele Meet STEELE. Mo.—Two more games are scheduled to be reeled off hero tonight as Steele's invitational tournament continues in the second round. Cooler and Braggadocio are slat- LEACHVILLE Leachvllle's Lions used second stringers most of the way here last night as they soundly thumped the Bay Yellow Jacekts 76-42. The game was the feature of a twin bill played In Leachville High School's uym. In the first game Leachvllle's Juniors were defeated by Bay 40-31. The Lions started their second stringers and played them most of the way. The first string was Inserted at Intervals throughout the game, however. Atkelson, Raule and Blocker each scored 12 points to pace the Lions to their win, Morrison with 14 points, led Bay. In the Junior game Watson of Bay and E. Towell of Leachville were high scorers with 14 points each. Junior Game Leachvtlle C. Towel! 6 H. Blocker 2 B. Towell 14 Kennett 2 Ward 2 Pos. P C a o Buy 26 J. Bulley C. Oullcy Holmes Hall 14 Watson Substitutions: Leachvllle — Kisner 4, Byrd.l. Buy — Gilbert. Senior Game Leachville Atkelson 12 Brown Edwards fl Ballqy 4 Pos. F F C Q Bay 8 Vincent 8 Isaacs 14 Morrison Wise 11 Brown B. D. Carter 11 Q Substitutions: Leachville—Hauls 12, Blocker 12. Ward 2, Cude 2, Thweatt 2, B. O. Carter 6. Bay 7, Thomas. Bay—Qulley. Pro Basketball Results By The Associated Tress Boston 118. Milwaukee 90. New York OS, Philadelphia (overtime*. Fort Wnyne. Minneapolis 90. ed to clash at. 1:30 tonight wllh Steele playlnp Armorel at 9. In action lost nlRlit Wimlell, with Burnett meshing 26 points, noserl out Holland 53-50 In an overtime thriller. Klier with 15 iwinti paced Holland. In last night's lirst game Deering plastered Steele's B team tW-2B in the loser's bracket or the double elimination event. of the Season and hasn't yet said definitely whether he'll continue to coach. Laverne (Kip) Taylor resigned at Oregon State after a 1-8 season because of- "apparent Increasing pressure In the football program.' And Bill Young quit as head coach and athletic director at Furman (6-6). S Dozen Last Year At this rave, the turnover may be as great as It was last season, when about three dozen small and large colleges came up with new coaches. Presumably the successors to the losing conches are expected to do better, but It doesn't often happen. Records for 16 major colleges that changes coaches before the past season show that only four of them won more games than they lost during the 195-1 season. Only five of the new coaches did better than their predecessors while 11 had worse records. Murray Warmath produced n ivlnner at Minnesota, nnishliiK with seven victories and two defeats, where Inst year We* Kesler could only break even. Young Terry Brennan's first Noire Dame tenni has won eight games and lost one—lo Purdue — with one more to go. Ex-pro Blnnton Collier lost his first two games as Kentucky conch, then won seven of the next eight. Dnrrell Royal, Wnrmalh's successor at Mlssi slppi State had n 6-4 season. Didn't Match Leahy But Brennnn didn't match Prank Leahy's nine victories and one tie In 1953. Collier was behind Benr Bryant's 7-2-1 at Kentucky and Royal didn't equal Warmath's 5-2-3 record for Mississippi State. Besides Wnrmalh. the coaches who Improved on the 1B53 records tor their schools were Vlnce rii Francesca at Iowa Slate.n Enrle Edwards at North Carolina State, Andy Pilney at Tulane and Skip Slnliley at Idnho. In tile first three cases the Improvement was hardly noticeable. On the other hnnd, Steve Sebo had to sent out Pennsylvania's lli-st all-losing season and Chuck Mather had the same unpleasant .situation at Kansas. Delaware Park is America's only mile track with a 100-fooi wide front and back stretch. We Rebuild... • Generators Jacks Gas and Diesel Engines Starters Air Compressors Steam Cleaners Battery Chargers Grease Guns All Work & Materials Guaranteed JOHN MILES MILLER CO. BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. PH. 2-2007 HANDY IRISHMAN' WHEN OUT DON'T OOWfJ- GKADE THE FIGHTING- /«/SHM/W WHO'€> LED ftOTKE Boxing Clean-Up ? Probe Nears End New Rule Governing Bookings To Be Effective Immediately NEW YORK (AP) — The State Athletic Commission ei- pects to wind up its current boxing hearings in a final session Friday morning but that may not be the last word in the investigation of charges and countercharges made by two rival managers groups. ''... ANt> ABSOLUTELY A* A fl a Navy's Welsh Back of Week ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Navy quarterback George Thomas Welsh, who was named the Associated Press Back of the Week for his play in the win over Army Saturday, was tabbed "a right-handed Frankie Albert" today by his coach. "You never knew what Frankie was going to do," Erdelatz said, "and he had lots of guts." This is the reason for the parallel with the former great of Stanford and the profes- Commlsslon Chairman Robert Christenberry said much of the nformation gathered at the five sessions will be turned over to the district attorney's office along with any other information picked up by the commission's investigators. We're going to eliminate undesirable activities tending to >ring the sport into disrepute," said Christenberry at the end of he fourth session yesterday. He then announced that a new rule aimed to control the "booking" of fights by managers' representatives would be put into effect Immediately. Prom now on any manager wlio negotiates for another manager's fighter and the promoter with whom he deals will iave to disclose all details, including financial facts, on a commission form. Suspension Lifted This regulation was added after Manager Al Braverman, president of the Metropolitan Boxing Alliance, had his indefinite suspension Ifted. Braverman had admitted "booking" matches for many out- of-town managers. The commission, also reinstated Manager bus D'Amato, collector of the $100 television "donations" for the New Yorx. Boxing Man- sional San Francisco 49ers. Manila Lions Top Caraway Both Boys, Girls Teams Victorious In Doubleheader MANILA— Manila High School's basketball teams swept both ends of a doublchender with Caraway tennis here lust night. The Lionesses, with Marilyn Harris scoring 16 points and Mnvis Shelton M. defeated Cnrawny's sextet 43-28 In the first game. Then Manila's Lions made it a complete evening as they staved off n late Caraway rally and emerged with n 55-48 victory in the final game. .For Manila Wagner scored '23 points to lead the way with Lewis meshing 15 to lead Caraway. Friday night the Lions go Nettlcton for a pair of games. Gfrls Game C lira way Huffman 5 Alsup 11 Brooks 4 Harper Gurley Brewer Pus. F F F O G O 6 G. Shelton M M. Shelton 16 Harris Hodges McWiliiani! Patton Substitutions: Caraway — Bruce, Culvert 2, Piirten fi. Miller. Manila — Whitney 5, Blake, Wright, Cornish 2, Caraway Miller 6 Lewis 15 Ellison 2 Rlggs 8 Brooks 11 Substitution: Vassnr, Hlnton. Hoys Game Pos. 3 Hatcher Veach 20 Shedd 4 Isaacs "Welsh not only is a good play-^ er, but he has the respect of the ! other players," Fredelatz said. | "When he calls a play, they know it's right. For example take the play Saturday with forth down and one to go. He took a shot at it," Ferdelata said. ' Welsh's reaction to the latest honor was "my gosh." But he quickly gave credit to his other running mates. "There are some other backs on the Navy squad who deserved It more than I, including John Weaver, Bob Craig and Joe Gattuso," the 185-pounder from CoaUlnle, Pa,, smttl. Modesty is one thins Welsh has. Another is perser- verance. Navy's Walsh As a sophomore last year he broke In as a starter late in the season, .supplanting Weaver at the quarterback spot. Then early this year after Dick Echard took the job from Welsh while he was out with an injury, the title Pennsylvania!! tcame back to win his starting assignment again. The crucial Erdelatz drew experts who play mentioned by special praise from picked Welsh over Rice's Dick Mdegel for the weekly back honor. Navy was leading 7-6. at that point and went on to score Its second touchdown alter Welsh's sneak for the first down. In the Army game. Welsh outclassed Army's highly touted Pete downs and running Tor the other Vann by passing for three touch- after setting It up with pass, Trucks Runs Baseball School AUBURNDALE, Fla. IAP)-Virgle Trucks, ace righthander for the Chicago White Sox. runs a baseball school here. The school.-designed to prepare youngsters for a professional baseball career, starts Jan. 5. 23 Wagner Assisting Trucks in this venture Caraway — Petty is Zack Taylor, former big league 6. Manila — Mcacham 4, Davis 1,1 player and manager who is now McWIIIIams. Cnery. Rodgers. a White Sox scout. Armorel Trips Gosnell Twice Boys Victorious By 64-34 Margin; Girls Triumph 39-19 ARMOREL — Armorel's Tigers swept both ends of a twin bill with Gosnell here last night. In the first game Armorel's girls scored a 39-19 victory over the visiting Gosnell sextet and In the finale the Tiger boys whipped Gosnell by a 62-34 margin. Carl Patterson with 28 point* led Armorers scoring attack in the lioys game. Allen with 7 was high for Gosnell. In the girls game Hughes with 20 was high for Armorel and Bevil and Jackson each got seven to leaf fas. ..P.. ..P.. ...P.. ..G. ..G. ..G. Gosnel . (7) Bevll (1) Jackson . (4) Potte Via . (1) Logai Crawforc Gosnell. Armorel Hughes (20) Dyer i5> . Jones (13) . Webb Dodson . .. Nelson . ... Substitutions: Armorel — Webs ter. Northcutt (2), F. Dyer. Gosnel —Jackson, Lollnr, Hyde, Whittle Drane, Rhoads, Davis. Boys Game Armorel Pns. < Gosnel Patterson (28) -P (7) Allen Ashmore (10) ..P.. .. (6) Gordon Bassett (10) ...C.. .. (6) Reagar Cooper (4) G (5) Davi Garrison (4) ..G (1) Hodg Substitutions: Armorel — Coat (4), M. Elliott (2). Elliott, Lilly am Stinnett. Gosnell—Bevlll 151, Per son (1), Hyde (2). Crawford. agers Guild. Christenberry said the commission had found no evidencs that payments were made under duress. D'Amato, who manages light heavyweight contender Floyd Patterson, was warned to make sure that he collected checks from managers only and not from promoters. Earlier in the investigation, Tex Sullivan, president of the London Sporting Clubs, which telecasts Monday night fights from St. Nicholas Arena, was fined $1,000 for making $100 TV deducations from the purses of 19 fighters and turning them over to D'Amato. College Basketball Results By TH7 ASSOCIATED PEESS St. Benedicts Kan 78, William Jewell 73 Arizona State Flagstaff 90, Grand Canyon Ariz 4$ South Dakota 66, Omaha 3? 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