The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1955 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1959 BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN North Carolina State Is First Major College to Win 20 Games ' Wolfpack Batters L IN A FLASH—This blinding effect was achieved at the moment of impact of a right thrown by Cline Saunders, left, when a photographer's strobe light went off. Recipient of the blow was Gene Spangler, who lost the decision in an amateur bout at Charleston, W. Va. (NBA) Problems Solved Hack Certain Cubs ToMakelst Division By STAN HACK SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — There isn't any doubt in my mind that the Cubs will be an improved club in 1955. I'm so sure that we will be a first division club that I'll be terribly disappointed if we don't make it. 0/e' Per/esser Opens Yanks' Rookie School ST. PETERSBURG. FJa. W — The New York Yankees' annual rookie school opened today with Manager ; Casey Stengel in charge and 33 young baseball players showing off their ability. Among the youngsters were twins from Commerce, Okla., with a po- tent baseball name — Ray and Roy Mantle. They are brothers of Yankee centerflelder Mickey Mantle nd also play the outfield. The 19-year-old rookies played with McAIester, Okla., last year. Ray hit the Class D pitching for .324 and Roy batted .325. The school will last until the Yankees open their own spring training seasoij here March 1. Carl Ersklne of the Brooklyn Dodgers pitched two two-hitters during the 1954 season. Meeting Today May Set Up Army for Bowls WASHINGTON 10 — An 18-man delegation was expected today at West Point to discuss a resolution by Rep. Hebert (D-La) that the U. S. Military Academy accept possible future bids to participate in a post-season major football bowl game. The New Orleans Times-Pica- yune and the Washington Poat uid Times Herald both repotted U»t night the probability of Army tennis taking part In future bowl games. The newspapers said the 'first formal action toward relaxation of Army's bowl ban will be taken when the Military Board of Visitors, of which Rep. Hebert 1: * member, visits the Academy. The board, comprised of congressional, military and civil members, is expected to adopt Hebert'i resolution in a vote Friday. We h;td two major problems last year.. Wo needed better pitching and we never quite solved our outfield problem. I think now both these matters have been solved. We'll have 21 pitchers or more in camp and sfiven of them had 11 combined minor league record of 129 victories and only 53 defeats last season. I know we'll be much stronger in the pitching department. I'm told Sam Jones, whom we got from Cleveland in the Ralph Kincr deal, is now ready for the majors. I'm counting on him as a starter along with holdovers Bob Rush, Paul Minner, Warren Hacker and Jim Davis with Howie Polfet working in spots. Thorpe Ready? I wouldn't he .surprised if Bobby Thorpe, who won 28 and lost only 4 for Stockton last year, is ready right .now for the majors. John Andre, who won 21 for shrevcport; Hy Cohen, who won 16 for Des Monies, and John Pyecha. who was the best pitcher on the coast Basketball Scores liy THE ASSOCIATED 1'KESS Duquesne 62, Carnegie Tech 27 SI. Francis <Pn> 83, St. Bono- ventiire US Sclou Hull 66, Muhlenberg 57 Army 78. Winner 64 PUIIM Stale 84, West Virginia 58 Boston Univ 67. Tufts C.5 Kentucky 86, Georgia 40 N. C. State 126. Wm&Mary 99 Georgetown (DC) 84, Villanova league last year, are other possibilities. Our outfield will be better defensively. With Kiner gone, we can restore Hank Sauer to left field, where he is accustomed to playing, and we can spell Frankie Bnumholtz in right'field with any one of three younger players. They tell me that Gale Wade, another we got from the Indians, is a terrific center fielder, a dangerous hitter and a great base runner. With rookies Jim Bolger and Solly Drake to back up Wade in con- ter, we can use either Ted Tappe or Bolger in right. Top Combination Our infield with Gene Baker and Ernie Banks as the second base combination is second to none In the national league. We also are strong both at first and third base. I feel sure that Dee Fondy and Randy Jackson will have better j seasons. j I know our catching \vill be better. Harry Chili, who is just out of the Army could be our No. 1 catcher. He's a powerfully built kid with a good throwing arm, lots of pepper and talent to match. We .still have Walker Cooper and Clyde McCullough, our two veterans, and a . pair of youngsters in Jim Fanning and Blvin Tappe. 79 5e Ullkc 75, Wake Forest 73 Richmond 78. Virginia Military 68 68 Navy 74. St. Josephs (Pa) Pitt"7S. Miami (Flal 72 Kentucky State 70, Lincoln (Mo) Western Kentucky 80, Tenn Tech 8 Dayton 78, Miami (Ohio) 62 Cincinnati 70, Xavier (Ohio) 60 Kansas Wesleyan 88, Bethel (Kan i 75 Washington (St. Louis) 83, Missouri Mines 69 Southern Methodist 84, Texas Christian 70 Arkansas ASM 75. Arkansas Col- ICKC 73 (overtime) San Francisco 72, College of Pa- oil 1C 52 Olson to Meet Willie Vaughn Next Month HOLLYWOOD (,?) —.Willie Vaughn, California middleweight champion, will meet Carl Bobo Olson, world middleweight titllst, in a non-title battle at Hollywood Stadium next month. Olson's appearance here was announced Tuesday by his manager, Sid Flaherty. But the opponent was not named, Vaughn's manager, Charlie Gre- goll, announced yesterday that his man will provide Olson's competition. GregoLl has not yet signed papers for the battle, which will be staged either March 5 or 12. Pro Basketball Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York 118, Minneapolis 112 Boston 104, Syracuse 94 Milwaukee 75, Rochester 74 COMING SOON Bob Logan Announces a Beautiful New Porcelain Enamel Texaco Service Station ' Now Under Construction (Station Will He Leased Locally) at the Corner of Ash and Division Tour With Texaco ... Let us heat your home and power your farm W. and M. 126 - 99 By ED WILKS The Associated Frcs> It appears that if North Carolina State can't be the "fustest" among the nation's college basketball teams, the Wolfpack at least is going to try to be the team with the "mostest." ^ ; The Wolfpack. at one time No. ' 2 In the Associated Press poll but down to No. 7 this week, Is the, first team to win 20 games this j season. They did it 126-99 last night against William and Mary at Norfolk. Va. i In their last three games ,the Pack has scored 359 points. , 15 Field Goals i There was a total of 85 field ! goals in the game—22 of them by i Ron Shavlik of NCS. He added H free throws for 55 points and a new j record by an Atlantic Coast Con-: ference player. The loser's John Mahoney was away back with a mere 37. . j The 126-polnt total by NCS—In- eligible for the NCAA playoffs, incidentally, because of a probationary ban last spring—was a new high by an ACC team. Wake Forest had set the previous high only last week with 120 against Clemson. Elsewhere, San Francisco kept its pace as the No. 1 team in the poll and the nation's defense leader with a 72-52 victory over College of the Pacific. Big Bill Russell took charge of the boards and ; scored 27 points for the Dons in their 15th straight success. Kentucky, making its first start since falling out of the No. 1 spot in this week's poll, knocked Georgia for a loop in the Southeastern Conference 86-40. The Wildcats ranked No. 2, led 50-20 at the half and eperimented the rest of the, way. '• Two Upsets Fourth-ranked Duquesne, which yesterday ruled itself out of a possible NCAA at-large playoff berth by accepting an,NIT bid. choked off Carnegie Tech 62-27. Dayton, ranked No. 16, got ahead early and stayed there to defeat Miami (Ohio) 78-62. Cincinnati (No. 17) called on Jack Twyman for its last five points to edge Xavier (Ohio) 70-69. A pair of upsets popped up. Georgetown (D. C.). which lost four players in training rules trouble last week, knocked off 19th- ranfced Villanova 84-79. In the Southwest Conference, Southern Methodist surprised Texas Christian 84-70. Duke gained a share of the ACC lead with Maryland and North Carolina State by beating Wake Forest 15-73, and Richmond fattened its Southern Conference lead 76-54 over Virginia Military. Pemiscot County CageTournament In Semi-Finals Holland Girls, Bragg City Boys Top Deering Teams WARDELL, Mo.—Holland's girls and Bragg City's boys advanced In the Pemiscot County high school basketball tournament here last night. In the girls game Holland took an easy win from Deering 34-8, with Deering not scoring until the second quarter. Holland led 15-3 at halftime. Majors hit 19 points for high score honors for Holland. Tidwell was high lor Deering with four points. Bragg City defeated Deering 8651 in the boys game. The first quarter was the tightest. Deering got a surprising 11-6 lead then Bragg City rallied and going into the second period Deering held only a one point 13-12 lead. The halftime score was Bragg City 42, Deering 20. As semi-final play begins in the girls' division, Bragg City will take on Steele at 7 o'clock tonight. In the boys game at 8:30, Wardell will go against Holland. This game promises to be a thriller as earlier In (he season Holland beat Wardell by five points and Wardell won over Holland by three points in an overtime period. River Boat At Race Track HALLANDALE, Fla. tfl — Gulf- stream Park's famous "Swanee Queen," a 26-foot replica of an old- time river boat, will ply the infield waters during the March 4-April 22 racing meeting. A loud speaker will carry melodies from show boat days across the lake. The boat paddle's among the moth sail boats and Water skiers. Its every ounce ! $ a mans whisky! d •^^•WoKsiSSKSJiSJ*^******" *' '! THE WHISKY THAT MADI , KENTUCKY WHISKIES FAMOUS }j KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY • K PROOF EARLY TIMES DISTILLERY CO. • LOUISVILLE 1, KY. VEST AUTO LAB S. Highway 61 Ph. 3-9718 OUR SPECIALTY Custom Tune-Ups and Custom Body Work DUAL EXHAUST SYSTEMS Sold and Installed With Fiber Glass Mufflers ATTENTION FARMERS! Be sure to havt your Cottonseed and Soybeans tested for Germination. Woodson-Tenent Laboratories Licensed Groin Inspectors SI 2 W. Ash Blytheville. Ark. 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