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SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1958 BLYTHEVItLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVK Chicks Top Monticello; At Marianna Tonight «*¥« # # * # Tribe Gets 11th Victory by 56-45 MONTICELLO — Playing steady, consistent but low scoring basketball, Blytheville's Chickasaws hung up their llth victory of the season against a single loss here last night as they outlasted Monticello's Hill Billies by a 56-46 count. The Chicks, currently on a swing through south and central Arkansas, move to Marianna tonight where they will take on Marianna's Porcupines. Chicks, Pap Reserves W/i/p Burdette Teams The Chicks' B team continued along their victorious way last night as they eeked out a 50-48 victory over Burdette in the feature game of a doubleheader at the Haley Field Gym last night. In a preliminary game. Blytheville Junior High School's B team thumped Burdette's juniors by a 32-14 count. . The high school game was a nip and tuck affair with neither team holding a commanding margin at any time. The Chicks Jumped off to a oix point 14 to 8 lead at the end of the first quarter and were ahead 20-14 at the half. Burdette Rallies But Burdette, with guard Bengle Higgins leading the way, came roaring back In the third quarter to gain a 34-34 tie with the chicks. Higgins scored eight of Burdette's 20 points in the third period and played & masterful defensive game. Caruthersville Defeats Hayti But Indians' B And Junior Teams In Easy Victories HAYTI — Caruthersville's Tigers took their fourth win of the season here last night aa they defeated Haytl's Indians 52-36. In a preliminary contest Hayti's B team beat Caruthersville's reserves 53-45. And In an afternoon battle at Caruthersville, the junior high Indians won over Caruthersville's juniors 34-13. Jerry McClanahan of Caruthersville was high pointer in the A game with 22 points. Robert Hawkins scored 11 for Haytl. Caruthersville led by a wide margin throughout the game and had a 28-12 lead at halftime. The A team has lost seven. The Tigers' Gerald Clayton and Haytl's Ronald Glass tied for high point honors In the B game with 14 points each. Hayti was ahead from the beginning and was leading 35-15 at halftime. Bill Eilbanks was high for Haytl in the junior high game with 20 points. Eddie Wyatt and Chuck Trooms led for Caruthersville with 4 point* each. The Indians kept the lead In the junior game. They were leading 21-B at the halfttime intermission. A Game Caruthersville Grigory (3) L. Cook (10) Willis (4) Cook (4) Bartholomew Pos. F P c G G Hayti (10) Huffman (2) Patterson (9) Gauldlng ill) Hawkins Richards Substitutions: Caruthersville — McClanahan, (22), Darnell '5), Jonas (4i. Abcrnathy. Hayti— Shi- rcy (2), Bides (2). Centre/ Beats Sudbury in Y Loop Play Central's Gray-Y basketeers took a close 22-17 decision over the Sudbury five in a league game played at the National Guard Armory yesterday afternoon. Central scored first on Tex Turner's field goal, but Sudbury quickly scored four points on field goals by Larry Skclton and Barry Hughes. The score was tied at 6-all at the close of the first period but Central was ahend by 10-8 as the half ended. Sudbury stayed close throughout tho third period, which closed at 10-16 nnd both teams played tight defensive ball during the fourth quarter, with Central scoring only three points but holding the losers to one. Bob Jacques for Central and Larry Skcllon for Sudbury tied for scoring honors with 10 points each, while Lambert for the losers and Turner for the winners played good floor games. Next league game will be played at the Armory Tuesday afternoon when Ccntrnl mixes with the Lange Ora-Y outfit, which was beaten 19-18 last week by Sudbury. CKNTliAI. (23) SUnilUUY (17) L. cummlngs A. Hubbard J. Plunkctt (2) B. Hughes (3) O. Ulm P. Onklcy B. Jacques (10) B. Lambert (2) T. Turner (4) L. Skclton (10) RubsMtiitlons: Central — C. Mc- Dcrmott (2), T. Mulllns (4). Sudbury — R. Warrlngton (2). . The champion Detroit Red Wings arc li'o 1khtc.it lenm In l h c Nation ' 'loc!;-;' lic.iguc. They average 167 poundi. But the Chicks weren't to be denied. They put on a U*t quarter scoring spree to pull the game out of the fire in the closing minutes. The Chicks' lanky Billy Daniels, working beautifully under the baskets, pushed 21 points through the hoops to lead in the scoring department. He was followed closely by Higgins of Burdette with 18 «nd forward David Holt of the chicks with u. In the junior high game Blytheville was in front all the way. Led All the War The Pap reserves Jumped off to a 9-6 lepd in the first quarter and added six more points in the second quarter while holding Burdette scoreless. The Pap reserves came back strong in the second half to build up a commanding margin and win going away. John (Slick) Nelson with 12 points was the game's high scorer. Robison led Burdette with nine points. B Game Poi. Burdett* F (6) Rigsby F (8) Langley C (10) Burks O (16) Higglnn O (8) .Bevill Blytheville Holt (11) Daniels (21) Thomas (3) Slayton (8) Huffman (6) Substitutions: Honeyeutt d), dette—Easley. Junior Game Blytheville Foi. Blytheville—White, Whltsel (2). Bur- Fitzgerald (6) F Lutz McMahan Nelson (12) Ross 16) 0 Q G . Burdette Tomlin TalLey (9) Roblson (2) Pankey (3) Eubanks Substitutions: Biythevllle — Mc- Ctuire (2). Graham. Manly, and Rounsavall. Burdette — Jackson, Mc- Haffcy (2). Harrison Divides Two with Alamo Harrison High's Dragons divided two games with Alamo. Tenn., in Alamo last night. The girls, with Lizzie Harris scoring 32 points, whipped Alamo 59-58 and the boys lost to Alamo 53-41. William Ray was high for Harrison with 16. Tr.ssday night the Dragons play host to West Memphis in two games at the Harrison Gym. Armed with a good scoring balance, the Chicks led almost all the way. They Jumped off to a 14-12 edge at the end of the first eight minutes, built up at 26-20 runtime martin and were ahead 38-31 going Into the fourth quarter. The Hill Billies played a ball control game all the way and the Chicks appeared content to wait out the contest after building up a fair lead early. But Coach Jimmy Fisher's tribe played It smart, waiting for the right moment and then fast breaking through Monticello's zone defense to keep in the lead. Freddy Hodges. Blytheville's rangy pivot man and rebound artist, paced the Chicks in the scoring department. Hodges pushed 18 points through the nets but he had plenty of help as forward chuck Langston hit 14 points, Freddy Akers 10 and Bobby Jones 8. Monticello's Johnson scored H points to pace the Hill Billies in scoring. He was followed closely by Mike Nichols with 11.' • Marianna Tonlfht The game served as a test for the Chicka against one of the leading Class A powers of Arkansas' District 8, considered the basketball hotbed of the state. Tonight the chicks will get another test against a District Six power when they take on the Marianna Porcupines. Marianna is rated as one of the top Class A teams of that district. Following tonight's game the Chicks go to Paragould next week to take part in Paragould's invitational, tournament. They return home Jan. 28 U> do battle with Greene County Tech. Blytheville Abbott (4) Langston (14 Hodgea (18) Jones (8) Akers Pos. Monticello F F (14) Johnson C ill) M. Nichols O (6) Gunn G (21 J. Nichols Basketball Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pennsylvania 81, Army 61 Vlllanovt 72, Murray (Ky) 67 Dayton 98, Louisville' 67 (overtime) South' Carolina 97, The Citadel 72. Southeast Missouri 77, Memphis Navy 63 Northeast La 83, Little Rock JF 81. North Carolina College 71, Virginia State 66 Nebraska 74, Northwest Missouri 54 Drake 83. Regis 77 Southeastern Okla 86, Northeastern Okla 67 Southwestern Okla 90, Northwestern Okla 81 South Dakota 68, Iowa Tchrs 67 North Dakota State 85, South Dakota State 80 Ottawa (Kan) 85. McPherson 65 Missouri Valley 66. Westminster (Mo) 54 Bethany (Kan) 60, College of Emporia 57 (overtime) Sterling 63, Concordia (Neb' 59 Baker (Kan' 63, Bethel (Kan) 61 Tarklo 72, Dana 64 Plttsburg (kan) 78, Washburn 74 Concordla (St. Louis) 66, Warrensburg (Mo) 43 Central .Okla 71, Phillips Univ 67 Drury 69, Culver-Stockton 62 Baylor 87, Rice 75 Stanford 71, Hawaii 51 Utah 67, Wyoming 51 Oregon State 56, Oregon 53 Brigham Young 74, Colorado A & M 68 Washington 69, Washington State 38 Utah State 86, Montana 61 Idaho State 80, Colorado State 65 State Northeast Louisiana State 83, Little Rock Junior College 81, Big 7 High School North Little Rock 72, Jonesboro 69 Little Rock 53, Texarkana 31 Hot Springs 77, El Dorado 70 Fort Smith 48, Pine Bluff 34 Pro Basketball Boston 90, Philadelphia 89 Minneapolis 100, Milwaukee 92 Tonight is the Night For NCS, Vols, Iowa By ED WILKS The Associated Press It's "put up or shut up" in college basketball today for North Carolina State, Tennessee and Iowa. Rector's Cats Scare Leachville But Last Quarter Surge Sends Lions Ahead by 57-52 Score LEACHVILLE — Rector's pint- sized Black Cats threw a king-sized scare Into Leachville's Lions here last night, forcing the highly favored Leachville team to come from behind in the closing minutes to pave face with a shaky 51-52 victory. The scrappy Cats, led by their shooting ace, Galyean and their fine little floor man Bishop, led , the Lions throughout most of the 18) Henley! sec ond half and with only three Substitutions: Blytheville — Cobb (2). Monticello—Smith (4). Holland Beats Wardell Twice Girls Triumph 47-38 And Boys Win 63-58 HOLLAND —, Holland handed Warden's Cardinals a double loss here last night with the girls win-i for Rector with 14. nlng 47-38 and the boys victorious! Hector took over the lead early in the second period and at half- minutes to go, had what appeared to be a comfortable 9-point edge. But the Lions flreQ up a victory spurt in the final three minutes, confused the Cats with a tight press defense and a fast break offense, and whittled away the lead in fine championship form. The Lions had to call their ace forward Joe Hauls off the bench to get things going. Rauls, who has had a siege of the flu, was benched in favor of Atkeison but he had to enter the fray to pull the Lions ahead. Rauls Hit 12 Rauis led Leachville's scoring with 12 points. Galyean was high Wolfpack fans claim NCS, No. 2 in this week's Associated Press poll, is the fairest in the land, with an obvious disregard for top- ranked Kentucky. If it's true what they say about Dixie's best, it should show tonight when the Wolf- pack plays at home to fourth- ranked LaSalle and the incomparable Tom Gola. Tennessee Coach Emmett Lowery was quoted this week as saying the Vols have an "excellent chance" of beating Col. Adolph Rupp's Kentucklans tonight at Finals Tonight in Oscepla's Golden Gloves Tournament Manila Cops 2 From Arbyrd Lions in Easy 92-31 Victory while Girls Win by 64-44 Count MANILA — Manila's Lions racked up two easy victories over Arbyrd, Mo., teams last night as they warmed up for their Tues- meeting with Leach- day night ville. Manila's girls walked off with a 64-44 win over the Arbyrd sextet in last night's first game and in the second the Lions completely outclassed Arbyrd by a 92-31 count. Harris and G. Shelton paced the girls to their win with 24 points each. For Arbyrd Hardin scored 27 for a losing cause. In the boys game, Coach Deward Dopson started his reserves and alternated them with the regualrs as they piled up their biggest victory margin of the year. Hatcher, with 18 points, led Leachville's scoring followed by Wagner with 13. Proffer and Lane with 11 each were high for Arbyrd. Arbyrd Overby (12) Hardin (27) Thomas (5) Devault J. Jackman Drimsley Pos. F F c O O (24) Harris (24) G Shelton (16) M. Shelton Blake Fifteen Fights Are on Card; Winners to Mid-South Meet OSCEOLA — What is predicted as the most outstanding fight card ever to appear in Osceola's Northeast Arkansas Golden Gloves Tournament will be reeled off tonight with the first event to get underway at 8:00. Fifteen fights are on tap for the GG followers and although the battles during the first three nights were outstanding tonight's card undoubtedly will keep the fight fans in a frenzy throughout the fifteen stanzas. The winners of tonight's bouts will trek to the Mid-South Tournament held in Memphis two weeks hence and it is believed fighters from this area this year will give a better account of themselves than in their past representations. The winner of each bout will receive a golden glove and the runner-up will be awarded a silver glove in lieu of his reaching the finals in the tourney. The team with the most winners in the finals will receive a team trophy. Tournament officials are looking for perhaps the largest turnout of fans tonight than ever before in the history of the Osceola Tournament since the fight card is very attractive. Tonight's Pairings Pairings tor tonight's fights: 70-82 — Don Brawley, 80, Earle, vs. Arlie Ncal. 82, Earle. 32-94 — Bobby Richardson, 89, Earle vs Raymond Stanfield, 91. Burdette. 94-105 — Eddie Parham, 103, Osceola vs David McKelvey , 105, Earle Novice Flyweight — Charles McWllllams| Smlth - in - Earle vs Ra V Wilson, p atton !m, Keiser. Substitutions: Arbyrd — E. Jack-1 Op« n Flyweight- James Baker, man, Faulkner, Rose. Manila _ 1110, Osceola vs Bob Porter. 106, Os- Cullom, Whitney, Wright, Hampton, Vassar. Arbyrd Proffer (11) Boys Game Pos. Lane (11) Knoxville. It's all. in the mind when I Lincoln (1) you play the Wildcats, Lowery said. And Iowa, a shaky preseason favorite for the Big Ten title, meets, the first of probably numerous showdowns this afternoon at Northwestern. Monday After upsetting Illinois night at Iowa City, the g 63-58. In the girls game Holland came, "me held a 29-2 from behind in the third quarter] three quarters the Cats led the margin. After to annex their win. The score a hnlftime was tied 22-27. In the boys game Holland overcame Jerry Burnett's 26 points with a fine scoring balance to claim the victory. Burnett led the Cardinals in just about every department but his efforts weren't quiet good enough. James paced Holland's scoring with 17 points. t I Lions 44-39. In a preliminary game the Leachville juniors thumped Rector 33-25. Title Bout and Women On Wrestling Menu A women's bout and a southern junior heavyweight championship match will highlight action on the American Legion's wrestling card at Memorial Auditorium Monday Monday night as Promoter Mike Meroney presents a triple-header program. Leachville Atkeison (8) Blocker 181 . Ward 17) ... Ray (101 Pos. Rector ..F.. (14) Galyean ..P.. i31 Thrasher .. C 1121 Whitehurst .G— U2i Sinko Thweatt (5) ....G.... 171 Bishop Substitutions; Leachville — Rauls i'12i, Carter (2), Bailey (61 and Brown. Rector— Lawrence <2), and Ford (2). Freddie Blassie, the St. Louis fancy dan who won the southern junior heavyweight crown from Ray Pirett recently, will defend his title against big Red Roberts in the main event. And there'll be two preliminary bouts on the card. In the first two women wrestlers, Olga Zepeda and Bonnie Watson will square off over the one-hour time limit route. Then, as an added attraction, two other male heavyweights will swap holds in another preliminary bout. In this one Butch Boyett will take on Charlie Carr In a one- hour time limit affair. The championship bout will hold considerable interest along the southern circuit. Blassie. well known because of his many television appearances in this are*, will be favored to whip Roberts, an ex-southern champion ,in the bout. Roberts held the title about a year ago but lost it to Pirett. He made two bids to regain the title from Pirett in local bouts but lost in both. Both Miss Watson and Miss Zepeda are top ranked women wrestlers. Dell Cagers Win 2 of 3 Girls Beat Childress, Boys Top Lepanto 4 DELL—Dell's Blue Devils hung up two victories in three games here last night as the girls whipped Chll-i n " ''"''^'^"5"':",,"'" t™ ».-* ^» e . "I'.,*"' 0 ' tayS I 8, UQ Ken?i,V MUOni Bonnie Wation Basilic Wants Saxton Next By JACK HAND SYRACUSE, N. Y. (/P) — Carmen Baslllo, a convincing winner over tough Peter Mueller of Germany, won't box again until he meets welterweight Champ Johnny 84xton for the title. Harry Markson, managing director of the International Boxing Club, nnd Bnslllo'n handlers U1R of Anrll 1 In Syracuse as an aerce.ible sit*. 8*Mons m>n*fer, Mnkjr PtlMrno, 1< balklnf. In the meantime, Basillo, sliced around the eyes, will sit it out, talc- Ing no chances on that No. 1 rating In the 147-pound class. Baslllo proved himself a solid workman by softening up Hwr Mueller with a. solid body attack last night and then switching upstairs to gain an unanimous decision In 10 good rounds. The crowd of fl,i580 paying $35,899 to sff. the bout, got plenty of action for its money, despite the lopsided sccrtboard. Tt simmered down to oe simple thine — anything Mueller did, Batilto did better. Hawkeyes could possibly take over the lead with an important road victory. It's the Big Ten's TV game of the week (CBS, 3 p.m.. EST). In last night's limited action, Utah, tied for the 10th ranking spot nationally, and Brigham Young came through with victories in the Skyline Conference and Baylor threw the Southwest Conference race into a triple tie by beat- Ing Rice 87-75. Utah turned back Wyoming 67-51 for Its fifth straight win and once beaten Brigham Young whipped Colorado A. & M. 74-68. They switch opponents tonight. Baylor's triumph over the favored Owls sent the Bears into a three-way deadlock with Texas Christian and Southern Methodist. Each has a 3-1 conference record. Penn won its llth game in 13 starts by easily defeating Army 81-61 in a Philadelphia Palestra doubleheader. In the other half of the twin bill Villanova measured Murray State 72-67. Eighteenth ranked Dayton was carried into overtime before defeating Louisville 69-67. Nebraska marked up its fifth straight win at home with a 74-54 victory over Northwest Missouri State. Utah State downed Montana 88-61 and South Carolina romped over The Citadel 97-62. Oregon State tightened Its hold on first place in the northern division of the Pacific Coast Conference, making Oregon it£ fifth Victim 56-33. Washington downed Washington State 69-38. Other games tonight pair Iowa State and Kansas State in the Big I Seven; Yale at Penn in the Ivy i League; Texas Christian at Texas ! A & M in the Southwest Confer- (ence; West Virginia at VMI in the i Southern, and Wichita at St. Louis i in ^ Mjssouri Valley . A nonconferenc , e meetlng sends ally, against Manila (91 McWilliams (8) Veach (14) Shedd (13) Wagner (6) Caery Lane (1) I Brannum i L. Crum Substitutions: Arbyrd — C. Crum (1), Smlthmier, Faulkner (5), Neal, Arely and Alsup. Manila — Hatcher (18), Isaacs (2), Meacham (5), Davis (7), Rogers (10). ceola. Novice Ban torn weight — Bobby Dlckerson, 115, Misco vs Charles Spence, 118, Keiser. Open Bantomwetght — David Jimmie rington, 135, Earle vs Jlrnmie Wilkins, 132, Earle. Novice Welterweight — Lloyd Lamb, 139, Caraway va Jimmie Wright, 140, Earle. Open Welterweight — Murrell Lee, 144, Earle vs Raymond Vega, 145, Osceola. Novice Middleweight — Stanley Terry, 153, Joiner vs David Hall, 160. Missco. Open Middleweight — James EH- lis,159, Earle ve Dale Davis, 160, Senath, Mo. Novice Lightheavy — Thomaa Clayton, 170, Osceola v§ Carl Pankey, 170, Burdette. Open Lightheavy — Larry Reed, 165, Earle vs Ralph Dtaa, 183, Cape Girardeau, Mo. Earle's representative in the Open Middleweight class IB James Ellis, a Harding College student. who has demonstrated his ability with the gloves around this area in the past. He is a good puncher and is unusually smart in the boxing field. His opponent out of Senath, Missouri is Dale Davis who also has the savvy upstairs and who carries a terrific knockout wallop in those leather fixtures, Coach Jack Brawley who tutors the Earle leather-throwers has moved more boys into the finals than any other team and is expected to cop the team affair. His young son, Don, is very cagey with the gloves which have only seventy pounds in them but who has already kayoed one opponent on } grabbed both ends of a basketba -Tommy doubleheader from Missco here last Bolt Retains Big Lead at San Diego By BOB MYERS SAN DIEGO, Calif. <JP^ Bolt remained the man to beat today as play headed into the third round of the $15,000 .San Diego Open golf tournament. The tall Texan from Houston, with rounds of 64 and 67 for 131, held a commanding lead of four strokes as he set forth over the broad, flat Mission Valley Country Club course. One of Bolt's strong challengers is Gene Littler, former National \ got 18. Hall and Adams led Missco Amateur champion. The other is I with 15 and 13 points respectively. Starling. 113, Joiner Mead, 124. Trumann. his march to the finals. Novic Featherweight — Bobby Raymond Vega, Osceola's repre- Hodge, 124, Osceola vs Billy sentative in the open welterweight Smith. 127, Earle. division, is from Wilson but is Novice Lightweight — Foy Car- fighting under the Osceola colors this year and demonstrated in 1954 he is a fine boxer and during his workouts this year observers indicated he has added plenty of polish and the Vega-Murrell Lee fight should be a very interesting affair. Starling Fights Mead Another match which will be focused upon with much interest is the David Starling — Jimmy Mead bout. Both these boys are very quick and have considerable polish for boys in that weight and age groups. KEISER-Keiser's Yellow Jackets They will be fighting in the bail I tarn weight division and Starling will be giving away six pounds to Keiser Sweeps Doubleheader Yellow Jackets Take Two Victories from Missco High Teams night with the girls winning 50-41 and the boys victorious 69-45. honors. Barbara Creecy, the Yellow Jackets' scoring ace, got 14. For MISECO Girdley was high with 26, In the boys game little Bobby Dixon led the Yellow Jackets to victory with 23 points while Scudder Mead. Jimmy is the brother of former professional Pete Mead who at one time was ranked in the top ry Reed or Ralph Diaz in the ring but their reputation is. good as fighters and both boxers have plenty of experience in the squared Stan Leonard of Vancouver. B. C., often called Canada's finest tour-j Keiser nament player over a period of j Hall (2) years. Shoe'ker Littler swung around the valley I Creecy il acres in workmanlike style—33-33- Duvall Coley Smith Leonard fashioned a 36 on the first nine and then posted an astonishing 30 for the trip home— a trip that included an eagle, five birdies and one bogey. Keiser Four players were tied at 138— C. Spain (9) seven strokes behind Bolt. I H, Dixon <2) The four were Jack Burke Jr.. j Scudder (18) Doug Ford, seasoned pros both; " ~ : " '""' Girls Game Pos. F F F G G G t31> better fighis of the night. Lamb Top Performer Lloyd Lamb, a Caraway novice welterweight, has battled his way to the finals and will meet a tough- n""rTv i ie m Jimmle Wright of Earle. r- H I Wright has the reputation as a LuSsford! polished boxer While Lamb IS ° ne jjunwoiu.Qj those fighters who will swap A t s ! three blows to one jU3t to have the u , j opportunity to throw that punch A1Ie " 1 which will send his foe into obtiv- , Substitutions: Keiser - Mills and | lon if it connect s. in both his fights I H. Creecy. Missco-Clark, Wilmoth.; he has taken a terrific beating Boys Game Pos. F but has given his opponents several Missco . connections they will never forget. Tournament officials have indi- (13) Adams young Bud Holscher, and Paul Me- Guire, the Wichita, Kan., youngster whose 65 was just behind Bolt's opening round 64. B. Dixon (23) Petty (14) 8) Garner (15) Hall (6) Williams (1) Morris Substitutions : Keiser — Girdley (1), Hurst, Spain i2). Missco.— cated there is plenty of parking area around the high school where the tournament Is being held and they have added several hundred more seats to take care of the anticipated overflow for of the NEA 1955 tournament. finals iveie beating Lepanto 53-48. Dell's only loss came in thft boys' B game which was won by Lepanto .6-45. ; In the girls' game Richardson; scored 32 points to lead Dell while ; Taylor was high for Childress with j 9. In the boys game Stamey with 26' was high for Dell and Turner with 11 paced Lepanto. Girls Game Dell Pos. Childress Richardson (32 ..F (91 Taylor Whistle (12 F (8) Manis Shelton (3) ....F (5) Byrd Tnte G Bell Peterson G Ho well Buck G Chitman Substitutions: Dell—Burford < 2), Hubbard (2), Byars (5), Garrett, Smith, Sigman, Hinch. Childress —Kendall, Walker, Stephens. Boys Game Dell Pos, Lepanto Johnston (8) ...F.. (9) Anderson Stamey (26) ,...F • (13t Tyer Peeples (8) C (10> Orr Cook (4) G... (11) Turner Minyard (7) ....G... (5) Johnson Substitutions: Dell — Naney, Rhodes. Lepnnto—Bass, Jones, Nnsh, Tucker, Henderson, 5 College Tilts In State Tonight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Five college basketball games— i four of them Arkansas Intercolleg-1 .ate , Conference contest — are scheduled in Arkansas tonight. The only non-conference game sends a powerful Northeast Louisiana State team against Arkansas State at Jonesboro. The NE Louisiana team whipped Little Rock Junior College 83-81 at Little Rock last night. Arkansas State Teachers College's Bears go to Russellville for a game with the league-leading Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys. Tech is unbeaten in AIC play this year. Other games send southern State to Arkadelphia to play OuachiU, Henderson to Batesville for a game with Arkansas College .and The College of the Ozarks to Monticello for a game with the Arkansas A&M Boll Wevlls. EDDIE'S LIQUOR STORE Iain Phone * BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Jan. 24 8:15 p.m. * * * Three Star Card * * * Adults 50c — Children 15c * Championship Match For Southern Heavyweight Title FREDDIE BLASSIE Southern Heavyweight Champion RED ROBERTS 90 Minute Time Limit — Best 2 out of 3 Falls — FREDDIE BLASSIE — L • Girl Wrestlers Miss Olga Zepeba Vt. Miss Bonnie Watson 1 hour time limit — best 2 out of ,1 falls • Preliminary Match BUTCH BOYETT Vt. CHARLIE CARR 1 hour time limit — best 2 nut of 3 full*

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