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December 2, 1955

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COTTKTEK NEWS s, loss PAGB TEN __ — ~~ Chickasaws Thump Southside 69-44 Tribe Is Sharp In Opening Tilt; At Tech Tonight Whether it was a portend of things to come or merely a flash against an opponent which was weaker than expected, will become known within the next week or so, but Blytheville's Chickasaws looked mighty sharp at Haley Gym last night in subduing Southside of Memphis 69-44. The Paps were trounced 70-22 by Dyess in the preliminary. \Upsets Dot Opening College Cage Action; Frisco Plays Tonight Blytheville's sharp-shootine attack, led by Bobby Jones with 18 points, was well-balanced all down the line, and its defense and rebounding were extremely effective. The Tribe grabbed a big lead from the opening whistle when Fred Hodge dunked a quick lay-up from the tip-off and were never threatened by the lads from Memphis. Balanced Scoring The entire Chick starting lineup •cored well with Freddy Akers and Billy Daniels notching 12 apiece and Fred Hodge and Charles Abbott each pitched in eight. Chick reserves, for the most part, also looked good in the ample time which they appeared. Some of them played particularly well. David Holt and Jimmy Bralcher looked good defensively. The game was a baptism of fire for junior forward Billy Daniels, whose play is expected to be a major key to the success of the Chicks this year. Daniels Comes Through Daniels, with his sharp-shooting and excellent rebounding, came through the test with flying colors. His work solidified Coach Jimmy Fisher's starting lineup for the future. If Daniels had not responded as expected under game pressure, there was a chance Fisher would College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST St. Josephs (Pa) 89, Fordham 71 Lasalle 88, Millersville 70 Seton Hall 93, Toronto 60 NYU 91, NY State Maritime 51 Temple 87, Albright 56 Niagara 77, Buffalo Tchrs 51 SOUTH Louisiana College 84, Louisiana State 19 Tennessee 86. Georgia 67 Bichmond 81, Hampden-Sydney M N. C. State 88. Florida Stale 63 North Carolina 91, McCrary Eagles 72 South Carolina 80, The Citadel SO Centenary 74, Southern State (Ark) 61 Vanderbilt 84, Spwanee 45 Alabama 85, Jacksonville (Ala) 65 Western Kentucky 89, Gustevus- Adolphus 62 Georgetown (DC) 60, American Univ 58 Mississippi 113, Howard (Ala) 62 MIDWEST Detroit 77, Notre Dame 71 Daytor. 75. Pepperdine 35 Missouri 71. South Dakota 48 Tulsa 48, Texas A&M 43 Butler 67, Wisconsin 63 Oklahoma City 63, Empo- rla State 44 Depaul 84, Illinois Wesleyan 66 Southwestern Okla 66, Ft. Hays State'61 St. Benedicts (Kan> IB, McPhcr- so . 48 Klrksville <Moi 107. Iowa • Wesleyan 78 Central Okla 63, Southwestern (Kan) 62 Rockhurst 88. Nebraska Wesleyan 68 Springfield tMoi 75, Ft. Leonard Wood 67 Hamline 74. Eau Claire 71 SOUTHWEFT Southeast Okla (i5. Arkansas 64 Texas Christian 01. Austin 7!) Southern MetlH'disl 81!, Nortn Texas 67 Hov.'avo. Paym- f>l. Baylor 49 Texas 85. West Texas 73 Houston 77. Sam Houston Stale 55 Texas A&I H6. Texas Lutheran 59 Hardin - Simmons 102, Corpus Christi Univ 48 Rice 83, St. Marys (Tcx> 53 ' FAR WEST Utah State 68. Idaho Slate 64 Denver 61. Colorado Klines 55 College of Pacific 63. Sacramento State 53 riave altered his starting arrangement. The remaining starting team turned in the kind of work expected, and looked somewhat ahead of normal early season development. All are experienced and have shown in the past the ability to play fine ball. Early season lapses with a few rough edges on the Chicks' game were apparent, but they should soon vanish. System Works Well Fisher's new 1-3-1 tandem post offense looked extremelj effective and difficult to defend. Playmaker Freddy Akers setup numerous scoring plays with sharp passing to Hodge, Jones, Daniels and Abbott, who frequently got free for shots from the tandem-post maneuvering. Jones exhibited the same deadly accuracy from the outside that he has been noted for the past three years. He seemed to be almost in mid-season form with his one-handed push shots from 15 to 25 feet away. The Chicks moved to a quick 12-4 lead in the opening minutes as Southside had considerable difficulty finding the sack. Blytheville held an 18-10 lead afl- er the first quarter and were 34-18 at the half. Southside outscored the Chicks only in the third period, racking up 19 points to 18 for the Tribe, mainly on the efforts of their big center, Lyon, who topped their scorers with 15 points. Tech Tonight The Chicks play their second game of the young season tonight against the Yellowjackets at Greene County Tech near Paragould. Tech reportedly has a fine team this year, not having lost a single member of last year's squad which came on strong during the latter^ part of the season. Gamctlme at Greene County's spacious gym is 8 o'clock. The Paps had there ineir trou- i bles last night witii inexperience o!' j the squad showing in the resounding defeat levelled against them by Dyess' juniors. 'Manley, big center for the Paps, was their high scorer with 13 points, but the entire Pap team was outscored by Dyess' center, Burleson, who swished through .32 markers. JUNIOR GAMK Hl.vtheviUc I'ns. Watson F Harvison, 2 F Manley, 13 C Rounsavall, 5 G Smith, 2 O By ED Wtl.KS The Associated Press S.in Francisco, No. 1 team of 1SIIH-55 and the NCAA champion with 26 straight victories in the book, shoves off tonight on a fresh college basketball season already cluttered with wreckage left'by a rash of upsets. Notre Dame, Wisconsin, Louisiana State, Arkansas, Fordhsmi and Oiiaiio State were chopped down ••:Ai off the bat as the first big \veekend of the season got under ttav last night. A loss at this stage of 'the long, long season isii't fatal, of course, but irritating. But should San Fancisco and All America Bill Russell, the Dons' 6-10 center, be knocked off by little Chico State, it would be a fantastic upset. The Dons arc favored to - ,.ne winners. St. Joseph's (Pa.i.il,' to repeat at Atlantic Coast defeated highly regarded Fordham j Conference champ, r Volfpack sa-71 with 0-0 Bill Lynch scomw; made ""••"•<" «'»"• '»"" 13th con- L'5 .for Utah State disposed 01 ' Idaho State, favored for a fourth straight Rocky Mountain title 1 , 68. 64 despite Les Roll's 27 points repeat as national champs have almost the sam, team that; time. mull and Idaho State rally ran short 01 ripped tlu'ough a 29-gap.ie schedule with only one defeat tby UCLA) last season. Detroit rocked the Irish 77-71. Louisiana College, topped Max Smith's 22 points, got almost half its points at the free throw line—hitting 40 of 60—to beat LSU Florida State their rtltive victim 88-63. Ron Shavlik scored just 10 points, alternating at center with 11 Bob Seita, who shared the honors with teammate Nick Pond as each hit 10. Dayton followed seven-foot Bill , . i Uhl. who scored 1C, to pepper Pep- 5 ' percime 75-35. beating Notre Dame last, night [or 84-79. the first time in a 25-game series dating back to 191-1. Bill Ebben. a 6-4 junior, scored 32 points for the Only three teams among last season's top 10—LaSallc, No. 3; North Carolina State. No. 4; and Fights Last Night ny THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Spokane. Wash — Vince Martinez. !49,'j. Patevson, N. J. knocked out Ernie Orcer. 146, 5 Porkers Get AP Mention XEW YORK (<P| — Five Arkansas 1 R:;znrb:icks received honorable mention in The Associated Press All j America football team announced ] yesterday. j They were tackle Bill Fuller. I suard Wayland Roberts, ,and backs George Walker, Henry Moore and Preston Carpenter. Moore and Carpenter were named earlier tins week to the all-Southwest Conference team. Roberts, Fuller and Walker received second team mention. Titans, who 'igured to bring unJDaylon, No. 9 — were active the rear in their own Missouri j night and each won handily. Valley Conference race. j L isalle with \\\ America Tom i Oakland. Calif., 3. Butler defeated Wisconsin of the; Go , n gnu!lnted , defeated Millers-i Boisl!| Idaho _ Mickey Rhodes, ville 88-70 as Jim Pollard made his! lt! ^ Boise, knocked out Willie Ste- la i yens, 162'j,'Re-no, Big Ten for the first time in years 67-63, but had to rally toj coachlng . (iebuu rh arley Singles' mSlues" 16 lead in me " V ° W3S hish With 18 ' LOS Angeles - Young Jack ahoma dumped r- foil A' North .Carolina State, banned: Jol , nson . 20 8. Los Angeles, stopped Southeast Oklahoma dumped Ar- from NCAA title play by probation. Zora Folley, 189, Cnandlet, Ariz., kansas 65-64. Jim Spivey scored 1 last year, looked every bit a favor-• 5. ^ Ole' Miss Must Stop Swink -And Quarterback Curtis FORT WORTH Tex. (AP) — Mississippi is already thinking up ways of stopping Jim eet Texas Christian in the Cotton Bowl Jan. 2. But here's a warn, Swink when the Rebels meet . in the final 35 seconds, Leon j j n g. There's no use going after Swink until you first know he has the ball. | Kennedy's jump shot and Bill John-I That's where Charles i Chuck i, great touchdown cli:ves TCU made .. . _ . I son's tree throw put Southeast up; Curtis comes in. He can hide the i in the last foul minutes to beat] age each game, he rarely elected at Swink, eating up huge yard- NICE SHOT. »l'T WHERE'S BALL? — Bobby Jones, top-scorer for the Chicks with 18 points in last night's opening game victory lays one up for two points but the ball appears to have disappeared. A close look will find it right behind the netting on the goal. (Courier News Photo) Porks Learn Need For Big Man, 65-64 FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — In a pre-season look at his team, Arkansas basketball Coach Glen Rose said one of its big weaknesses was lack of a man big enough to guard the Dyess] la n men wno >n | ]e playing against the Razorbacks. Ingle, 4 " Dozier, 1 Burleson, 32 Substitutes: Blythevillr Huey, Boyd; Dyess—Linton 2. Taylor, Chapul 2. SENIOR GAME The hard truth of this statement was proved to 3,500 fans who Taff, 18.packed the university's new field McDay. u j house here last niujit to watch the — Bruce, Razorbacks open the cage season Blytheville Abbott, 8 Daniels, 12 Hodge, 8 Akers, 12 Jones, 18 IMS. F F C G G Southside Huckleby, 7 Epps, 3 Lyon. 15 Landers. 6 Davis. 10 .Substitutes: Blytheville — Holt 4. White 2, Thomas, Bratchcr 3, Slayton 2. and two sophomores missed 14 consecutive liekl goals just before the half to hand a 30-20 lead to Southeast Oklahoma at intermission. Southeast ciuickly forged in iront at the start of the game, but Ar- from behind to into shooting Caruthersvilie In Tip-off With Hayti Tonight CARUTHERSVILLE -r The Ca- ruthersvilie Tigers A and B teams swing Into action tonight here against Hayti. Coach Joe Parkinson, announced that 22 boys are out for basketball. Among those vying for top ten on the varsity squad are Joe White, Bob Bartholomew, Gerald Clayton. Morris Patterson, Jim Mtchlc, Bill Watkins, Dennle Oreen, Gift Edgerton, John Martin, Bill Collins and George Cook. Other boys out arc Carl Pool, Dick Swlggarl, Don Snow, Jnrry Colemnn, Larry Barnett, Eddie Wyatt, Manford Lauck, James Adams, Wayne Wall's, Jerry Thompson and James Mitchell. Mel Roach, former football star it the University of Virginia nnd M-MllwiiUk" baseball player,. Is (Joint » hitch In the Navy at Norfolk V* ROOK KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY, «H 4.1 PI. .1/5QI. n. Als.0 j,.\l!M«: Kli'NTUCKY BLENDED WHISKEY THE DID SUNNY BROOK COMPANY, DIVISION Of NATIONAl DISTIIICRS PRODUCTS CORPORATION, LOUISVILU, KY. OOTII 86 PROOF. KtNfUCKY BtENDtD WHISKEY CONTAINS 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS front 65-63. Arkansas Soph Wayne | pjg s kj n and fake Dunn sank a free throw to narrow! ma y stal . t looking the sap. but that proved to be the t f orv it. There's , wel i the Rebels; Southern Methodist and win the to throw. He tried only 33 passes ~ ,. .. , „_... _,_ ;„.,!:„ fj rs t fj ve games and had intercepted while hitting on Ha/orbacks last grasp. They won control of the ball on a technical foul, but couldn't rnd the basket. Jerald Barnett led the Arkansas scorers with 18 points, followed by Manuel Whitley with 15. Terry Day. held to six points, played well on defense. Losing to soutneast Oklahoma was no disgrace. The Oklahomans are the small college champions Curtis fakes to the fullback and gives to Svrinfc that's so slick that under the bench i Southwest Conference champion-' in play in which ship as Swink's mit'hty running, j tl They say at TCU that Chuck re-; 01 ^,. 1 ^ discovered the forward paps on ani frequently officials, TV cameras] October evening in the depths of and fans are sure the play is overlie orange Bowl at Miami, Fla. until Swink pops into the clear Curtis was a great high school going away. passer but he was far from the And Curtis, the tall, handsome; sensational as a freshman and minister's son who quarterbacks the Horned Frogs, can do other devastating things with the ball. One of them is passing it. goiam 0-6 early when Chuck shot bullet to Swink on the goal line to put the Frogs ahead 7-G. Soon after, behind 7-12. Ctuck fired again and this time he put the Frogs ahead to stay. They won sophomore at TCU. In 1954 he hadj several passes intercepted and it: dimmed his faith in the overhead 121-^ . Q ^ opimon of Tcu of then-state, and went to the finals The young man from Gaines- ="™ av „ ball handler and l <;°j l <* A be £*™,™i n *he"i™t of the annual NAIB tournament I ville, Tex., broke u pat least three; - . i ™g Point for Cuitis. in me last hstTear "ames by throwing. The latest was! 1*5' selector, he started 19 M as, hall - of the campaign he com- Arkansas "oes against Tulsa to- Saturday when his rifle shots were the Frogs' top quarterback But j Dieted 21 out of 35 throws for 428 morrow night at Fayetteville. almost as important in the two with the ground attack, led by the yards and 7 touchdowns. 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