The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1955 · Page 15
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TtnSDAT, DBCBMBBR M, 1900 (AEit.y COURIER NEWS PAQB FIFTEEN BETWEEN L08 AMOBLM — (NBA) — Th« wraps «w cM young Fiord Patterson, with Manager Ciu D'Amato on the verge of launching a challenge that will shove his fighter in tjie ring with Rooky Marciano In 'M ... and why's the brilliant Brooklynite confining himself to west coast rngs? Cus says the IBC applies the sam« deep freeze to him that H'c pat on Al WeiH's JfghteM . , . Thta in the land where they evm MM makeup on football «eM« . . . spraying the Coliseum turf green where there are scarcely any iprouts . . . Norm Van Brocklin of ths Rams has played the entire Na- Monal Football League season with chips of bone floating around in the knuckles of his throwing hand ... an Injury that dates back to the exhibition season when he was sent sprawling by a San Francisco 49er who's had a bit of hand trouble himself — Charley Powell, the fragile-fisted pugilist . . . Van Brocklin insists the day of the long pass in football is practically over because of the virtuosity of defensive backs . . . Norm Van Brocklin Around the NFL, quarterback Ralph Gugllclml is known as The Gook . . . At the swank Huntington in Pasadena a dowager gushed over the fine educational background of the visiting Baltimore Colts — University of Illinois, Texas, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh and so on ... until sbe came to guard Alex Sandusky, who blurted, "Harvard, ma'am." ... A Colt dragged Alex aside and whispered, "Why'd you tell her that for?" . „ . "Shucks," he replied, "I felt ashamed to tell her I was from Clarion Teachers — she never would have bea«l o< H." . . . Although he's not lost his speed, Buddy Young's threat as a running back Is virtually nil ... because after 10 years he's still not mastered the art of following his blockers . . . and the teams that used to p»* two men on him now settle for one . . . Owner Carroll Rosenbloom of the Baltimore Colts was a teammate and roommate of Marty Brill at Pennsylvania in the 1920s . . . unfcU BriH put the slug on a Perm assistant coach and hiked off to Notre Dame and stardom, with Carroll in tow . . . But Carroll didn't stick around because Papa Insisted that education came, before loot- baH . . . Another player the Fighting Irish lost was Li'l Arthur Donovan, rated the finest of pro tackles because when he en-rolled after a hitch in service they told him they didn't want him — "You're not good enough bo play football here." • * • A4 Minnesota, when a. play runs off smoothly in practice, Coach Murray Warmatt claps his hands and shouts, "Now we're heading north" — a confirmed rebel , . . Ronnie Knox will make only a token Rose Bowl appearance at best because, although his ankle injury will be healed, he won't be in shape . . . Uclan guard and captain Hardiman Cureton isn't highly regarded as a pro prospect here — despite his size and speed -r- because of a tendency to loaf on the field . . . West Virginia's Joe Marconi, sped west by his prospective employers, the Rams, says soph Mickey Trimarki is a better passer right now than Freddy Wyant, the Mountaineer quarterback he'll displace . . . Bantamweight Billy Peacock cleared out of Thailand with $5,000 In cold cash after all expenses — all because his manager took the trouble to write a letter to a Thai political big-wig suggesting he'd like a fight over there . . . Between you'n'me, Paul Brown still hasn't gotten over the departure of erstwhile aide Weeb Ewbank to head the Colts ... he won't negotiate a trade or slate an exhibition with Baltimore . . . Tatum Doesn't Fear Use of Second Unit COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Coach Jim Tatum felt that one of the biggest reasons Oklahoma beat his Maryland football team 7-0 in the 1954 Orange Bowl Was that Coach Bud Wilkinson "outsubstituted" him. He doesn't expect to be caught that way again in their return match Jan. 2. "I didn't have the confidence In my second team that year," Tatum disclosed. "The one great advantage th'. team has over that 1953 squad is that I won't be afraid' to put the No. 2 team in at a crucial point of the game." Tatum says that actually it's a misnomer to call it the No. 2 team. He calls it,the alternate and during most of the past undefeated season he sent It in with six minutes to go in each quarter regardless of the situation. Wilkinson's alternate team also Is on a par with the starting unit, according -to Tatum, and in fact "theirs compares offensively with the first better than ours does." While Tatum has a world of respect for -Oklahoma, praising its "everlasting speed," he still believes "we have some stronger po sitions." Tatum says one caa't predict what might happen when Oklahoma's leading offensive team in the country meets his defense which was the second best, statistically speaking. "Oklahoma hasn't played a defense of our record, but we haven't met an offense that has scored an average 36.5 points a game, either," he said. Jack Dempsey will play the role as assistant radio broadcaster in "Somebody Up There Likes Me," A film based on Rocky Graziano's life story. CONCRETE STREETS improve YOUR neighborhood COMMM ttretM tpra«e up the whole rwighbothood with tfc»fc Deal, ckao appearance. They even increase property values. They mak« any community more desirable and act a» a tonic «o local pridt. Insist on concrete itt«ts. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 916 Folli Building, Mtmphit 3, T«nn«n«» A national organization to improve and extend the uies of Portland cement and conif«l« ... through «ienli(lc r«itorcn and «nglntering Il«ld wotk Iowa, Indiana Lose; Question is: What's Happened to Big 10? By BEN OLAN The A»soclated Press What's happened to the Big Ten basketball teams? The conference has only one undefeated school left in the pack today, a mere 13 days after the start of the college season. And that unscarred team is Michigan State, which hasn't even played yet. The Spartans get under way tonight against Southern Illinois. Ohio State, alone, did its share »• • — "•— • • • " * for the Big Ten reputation last night, knocking off Oklahoma 89-68. The Buckeyes are 3-1 on the year. The rest was chaos. Iowa, the nation's fourth-ranked team, and highly touted Indiana dropped from the unbeaten ranks and Wisconsin lost its third game in four. St. Louis Halts Hooslers The Hawkeyes, defending league champs, were tripped up by Colorado 60-57. Indiana was set back by St. Louis 86-75 while Wisconsin bowed to Southern Methodist 75-62. In other games last night, Ken- Lucky started the long :oad back by edging DePaul 71-69. Rice, a Southwest Conference titan, rode to its sixth straight victory, 85-60 over Louisiana State. Wake Forest whipped Virginia 82-69 in an Atlantic Coasi Conference get-together. Wichita trampled Nebraska 71-46. Drake beat Kansas State 70-64. Texas A&M, under former LaSalle Coach Ken Loeffler, drubbed Tulane 85-66 and Oklahoma A&M feated Baylor 59-48. Buffs Win Thriller Colorado, leaders of the Big Seven last season, choked off a last-ditch Iowa rally to hang up-its third straight victory. The Buffaloes led by 10 points midway in the second half, but needed three points in the final 15 seconds to sew it up. They got them from Bill Peterson and George Hannah. Indiana's s.t r o n g second-half comeback ran out of gas us St. Louis, sparked by Jack Mimlitz and Harold Alcorn, staged a two- man rally to carry the Billlkens to their fourth straight triumph. SMU's Mustangs, who edged Minnesota 82-81 Saturday night, had little trouble with Wisconsin after half time. They outscored the Badgers 42-27 in the final 20 minutes with Jim Krebs doing most of the damage. Robin Freeman, as usual, ran off with the scoring honors in Ohio State's one-sided victory over Oklahoma. The All America guard hit for 40 points to bring his four- g.*me average for the season to 3E1.8 points. Armorel Tops Dell Twice In Junior Games ARMOREL — Armorel's junior boys and girls continued their winning ways last night as they got past Dell's juniors In a pair of games here. The Tiger girls had an easy time in their game winning by an 81-35 margin. The boys, however, witnessed a little more difficulty but still managed a 57-46 edge. In the girls' game McDaniel paced Armorel's scoring with 49 points while B. Coates got 29. Thursday night the junior Tigers return to the hardwoods to take on Shawnee teams. BOYS GAME Armorel James, 11 Patterson. 19 . Williams, 11 .. Mead, 2 Crowe, 8 Substitutions: Fos. F F Dell -. Smith, 15 Hogan, 14 C .. Wilbanks, 9 G . Bradbury, 3 G ... Jackson, 1 Armorel — Ash- Dons Still Lead Pack; Kentucky Slips to 12th By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The University of San , Francisco Dons head eastward tomorrow rated the nation's No. 1 college basketball team. In the first tegular season poll' of The Associated Press, San Francisco grabbed 60 first-place ballots and on the basis of 10 for first, 9 for second, etc., rolled up 910 points. A total of 100 sports writers and sportscasters turned in ballots, and although North Carolina State received only four firsts, the Wolf- pack got heavy rupport to take over second place with 640 points. N. C. State displaced Kentucky, second in the preseason balloting. Kentucky, which was defeated by Temple Saturday 73-61, skidded from second to No. 12, while Temple moved into the No. 11 spot. 29 Straight San Francisco, easy winner of three straight, and boasting a victory string of 29 games in a row, won the NCAA championship last season, and was voted the nation's NQ. 1 college team. The Dons fly to Chicago tomorrow and meet unbeaten Marquette' Friday in the DePaul Invitation Tournament. Du quesne, No. 6 in this week's poll plays DePaul Friday. The two win ners meet i'or -the championship Saturday. Utah, winner of two games froir Arizona, moved from fifth in th preseason calculations to thirc place this week. Alabama is fifth, followed by Du quesne, Dayton. Brigham Youni Vanderbilt and Holy Cross. The leaders, with first-place votes in parentheses: 1. San Francisco (60) ........ 910 2. N. C. State (4) ........... 640 3. Utah (3) ................. 52i 4. Iowa (3) ................. 43E 5. Alabama (11) 40' 6. Duquesne (It 335 7. Dayton (1) 26 8. Brigham Young 239 9. Vanderbilt (6) 18E 10. Holy CTOS3 (4) 168 The Second 10: 11. Temple 12. Kentucky 156 13. George Washington 12) ....105 14. Cincinnati 103 15 West Vireinia 65 16. North Carolina 17. St. Louis 18. Kansas 19. Indiana (1) 20. Oklahoma City 3,200 Horses in Florida MIAMI, Fla. W) — The three Florida racetracks under Thoroughbred Racing Assn. jurisdiction will stable 3,200 horses this winter. The tracks are Hialeflh. Gulfstreasri and Tropical Park. It costs about S410 a month to stable, feed, groom and train a race horse. more 4, D. Sanders 2. Green. Downing, Curtis. Wilson, Scribner; Dell — Edwards 4. CONCRETE IS THE IOW-ANNUAI-COST PAVEMENT Track Down your Motor Trouble! LUBRICATION IS THE LIFE- LINEOFYOUR CAR! Correct lubrication is the most important service needed to keep your car running well. L,et our mechanics give it a through lubrication today I illips Motor Co. Blytheville, Ark. Phon. 3.4453 College Basketball Monday's Basketball By THE aSSOCIATED PRESS Kentucky 71, De Paul 60 Mississippi 95, Arkansas State W Arkansas College 78, Arkansas A&M 77 Ozarks (Ark.l 87, Arkansas State Teachers 70 Ohio State 89, Oklahoma 68 Southern Methodist 75, Wisconsin 62 St. Louis 86, Indiana 15 Wichita 71, Nebraska 46 Drake 70, Kansas State 64 Southwestern (Kan.) 79, Bethel (Kan.) 67 Bice 85, Louisiana State 60 Oklahoma A&M 59. Baylor 48 Texas A&M 85, Tulane 68 Colorado 60, Iowa 57 Fights Last Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS San Francisco — World Featherweight champion Sandy Saddler, 131V4, New York, stopped Dave Gallardo, 132, Los Angeles, 7 non-title bout. New York—Paolo Hosi, 134M, Italy, outpointed Lullu Perez, 135, Brooklyn, 10. New Haven, Conn.—Jerry Luedee, 165, New Haven, outpointed Jimmy Skinner, 160'-=, New York, 8. Trippi Quits Grid Play to Coach CHICAGO MV-Former All-America halfback Charley Trippi. who starred for the Chicago Cardinals for nine years .retired as an active i Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers, Macbig, a 2-year-old thoroughbred owned by \Prs. Anson Bigelow. is named for Larry MacPhail, former president of the New York now a Maryland breeder. player yesterday and immediately was named as assistant coach with the Cardinals. coac j, an(J w m a i so served as talent Trippi will be a fulltime assistant scout. He will be 33 tomorrow. Trimble Is Stunned, Eagles Shopping By JOHN CHANDLER The Axoclated Pre» Northwestern University and .the Philadelphia Eaglet were shopping around today for head football coaches after a fresh round of hiring and firing in both college and professional ranks. Getting the ax at Northwestern was Lou Saban, along with four as sistants, while the pro Eagles handed walking papers to Jim Trimble and three aides. Kenneth (Jack) Mollenkopi, Purdue line coach, was promoted to head coach. At the same time Maryland's Jirn Tatum said that reports that he would leave College Park were getting to be a "damned joke.' ' Tatum has been mentioned as successor to Trimble, and another report had the Maryland head coach going to North Carolina to replace George Barclay. Stu Holcomb, who left his job lour days ago as Purdue University heafi coach to become athletic director at Northwestern, fired Saban, 34, on the first day in his new job yesterday. Also released were line coaches Bud Svendsen and Nathan Johnson, end coach George Steinbrenner and backfield coach Al Pesek. "I feel that it is in the best interests of the athletic department that we make a change in our football coaching staff and that the new coach be free to name his own staff," Holcomb said. Northwestern, for the first time in hisiory, failed to win a football game this season, but tied Illinois 7-7 in the final game. Among those mentioned as successors to Sabar were coaches Dal General admission is 50 centi. Ward of the University ot Colondo and Art Parseghian of Miami (Ohio) University. Worked Harder Mollenkopf, 50, was a star end at Bowling Green (Ohio), and CUM to Purdue in 1947 with Holcomb. Trimble, 37, said he wai "stunned" at the action of the Philadelphia front office, although h« had read recent reports that h« would be fired. "I can say with all honesty that I have worked harder in this past football season that at any other time in my coaching career/' hft said. The Eagles won four games, lost seven and had one tie in the Ha- tional Football League thi« yew. Sikeston Glovers Invade C'ville CARUTHERSVttiE — Ten bouti are scheduled for the second night of Golden Gloves boxing activity in Caruthersville this season, according to announcement by the sponsoring: organization, the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Boxers from Sikeston are scheduled to journey to Caruthersville for the fights beginning at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Armory here. "It's even better than 'sweet-mash'bourbon"... "Even smoother than 'sour-mash' bourbon" The one and only "mello w-mash" bourbon. .. Mellow Y@ll©wit@n For over 100 years, people have been discovering something "new" in old Kentucky. It's a different bourbon—better, smoother, remarkably free of bite. The reason? It has the best characteristics of sour-mash bourbon and sweet-mash bourbon. It's one step better— mellow-mash, the exclusive Yellowstone way of achieving full-bourbon flavor with light body. People outside Kentucky are discovering this old favorite. Why don't you? Once you taste it, you'll know why it's called "the greatest American whiskey!" KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 1C, AND 90 PROOF • ALSO AVAILABLE 190 PROOF BOTTLED-IN-BOND THE ORIGINAL "NO-BITE" BOURBON IN THE OLD KENTUCKY BOTTLEI Distilled and bottled by Yellowstone, Inc., Louisville, Kentucky, Diviiion of Glenmor* Diitilltriw Company

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