The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 11, 1955 · Page 9
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 19B5 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWI PAGB HINT Youngsters Dominate In Opening Round at Play Tucson By MURRAY SINCLAIR TUCSON, xArii. (AP) — Youth dominates the $10,000 Tucson Open Golf Tourney as it moves through the second round today. Name players yesterday hax! to tr satisfied with supplying minor fireworks, such as heaving clubs and bawling out a photographer. Bob Rosburg, San Francisco, and Tony Holguln, Midlothian, 111., a couple of 28-year-olds, share the lead. Each had 5-under-par 65s for the 6,409-yard, par-70 El Rio course in the first round. George Bayer, 240-pound giant from Olen Head, N.Y., and Bud HOlseher. 24, Santa Monica, Calif., are a stroke behind with first round 6Ss. Rosburg didn't know whether he Would be well enough to stagger around the course. Flu had kept him in bed and prevented him from eating for two days. Wednesday he had a temperature above 100. LEACHVILLE'S JUNIORS — Shown above Is the 1954-56 edition of Leachville Junior High's basketball team. Coached by Gene Fulbright the Junior L"lons have a 9-9 record this season. Members of the squad are: front row (left to right) — Coach Fulbright, Curtis white, Orady McHaney. Nelson Henry, Jr., and Newt Webb, student manager. Second row — Calvin Towell, Oaylon Ward, Harold Blocker, Gene Byrd and Tommy Kennett. Third row — Earl Towell, Carroll Towell. Jim Mooney, Eric Kisner, William Ross and James Blocker. (Courier News Photo) ' Holland, Bragg City Win in SeMo WARDELL — Holland's boys and Bragg City's girls won games In the Pemiscot County High School basketball tournament here last night. The Holland Lions edged War- Basketball Scores Thursday's College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS St. Louis 87, NYU 66 Lasalle 76, Manhattan 62 Holy Cross 101, St. Michaels (Vti 72 Fordham 52, lona 45 Wa.ih-Lee 82, Virginia Tech 67 Furman 96 .Davidson 67 Miss 66, Miss State 58 Oklahoma 59, Oklahoma A&M 50 Notre Dame 87, Bradley 63 Oklahoma City 55, Texas A&M 34 Wichita 96. Drake 78 Central State (Ohio) 62, Lincoln (Mo) 61 Calvin 71, Alma 57 Arkansas A&M 71, Hendrix 62 Northeastern Okla 90, College of Ozarks 62 Arkansas Tech 66, Southern State (Ark) 57 Austin Peay 68, Arkansas State 61 Adnms (Colo) State 64, Panhandle (Okla) A&M 61 dell's Cardinals 66-65 in the closest game of the tournament thus far. With the score 65-64 in Warden's favor and just 10 seconds remaining Holland's James scored a field goal to give Holland the one-point edge. Each team had a victory over the other prior to the tournament. Holland had a 33-29 lead at halftime. Fights Last Night THURSDAY'S FIGHTS By THt; ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles — Carlos Chavez, l38 3 /4. LOB Angeles, outpointed Bobby Woods, 136. Spokane, 10. Dallas — Buddy Truman, 180, Tyler, Tex. knocked out, Bobby Babcock, 180,, Houston, 2. Worcester, Mass —-Vic Cardell, 147, Hartford, stopped Curly Monroe, HO',2, Rochester, 2. Warden's Jerry Burnett was high with 35 points. The Cards' Max Redmond scored 17 points. High scorers for Holland were Childress With 19 and Klfer with 14. In the girls' game, the Bragg City Indians won over the Steele Bulldogs 54-43. The game was close for the first half with Bragg City leading 32-28 at the half. Shirley Allen was high for Bragg City meshing 42 points. Petty scored 21 for Steele. At 7 o'clock tonight, girls' teams from Cooter and Holland will clash and at 8:30 boys from Bragg City and Steele meet in semifinal games. Finals of the tournamenl will be held tomorrow night. As a Star tackle for the Univer sity of Miami (Fla.) 1951 Orange Bowl team, Sam David wore Jersey No. 77. Now an owner and trainer at Hialeah, Sam races as the 7' Stable. 1931-1941 Model Auto Seat Covers - - - Make Us An Offer! - - Also Half Sets and Coupes For Laic Model Cars GILBERT'S AUTO UPHOLSTERY Hiway 61 N. Ph. 3-6742 enjoy the bourbon lliul> /*) / f O4- Sportsman with a fabled namo. H* lovo fast ponl«» and'th* r«ally good thlngt In llfo. He's lust found one—Old Sunny Brook— a K«ntu9ky wlnntr. No wondtr h»'« wtarlns a Sunny Brook «mll«l mile! KENTUCKY STRAiaHT BOURBON WHISKEY 13°; 4 * H ft. ™.4/5<Jt, ohowoftiife KENTUCKY H L • N D • O WH i * K rr ' inTH I/I MOOf KENTUCKY tlEMDEO WHISKEY CONTAINS 48% GRAIN NEUTIAl SMUTS IOTH !« " e0 y H ]j Q t p SUNNY «ROOK COMPANY, lOUISVIUI, KENTUCKY 'Somehow I feel better," he said after his round. "I think the temperature Is down." Drove Green Bayer U supposed to be the longest hitter in golf, and got off a couple of tee shots that traveled well over 300 yards., But driving honors for the day went to Rosburg. His drive rolled on the green of the 349-yard 17th hole. Two putU provided a birdie three. Tommy Bolt, Houston, Tex., missed a 12-foot putt on'the llth and snapped at a photographer. 'That's a fine place to stand," he said. "You know I throw clubs." When Julius Boras, Mid Pines, N.C. was unhappy with his approach on the 16th he threw his Iron a couple of yards farther than the ball. On the same hole Jimmy Clark, Lagun> Beach, Calif., sent his club skimming through the alr<fvhen he missed a three-foot putt for a birdie 3. Boros finished with 69. Clark 71 and Hunt 15. Gene Littler, j=alm Springs. Calif., showed the biggest gallery a lot of wild, erratic golf. Pine putting helped him finish with 71. Bucky Harris Not Talking About Tigers By BUCKV HARRIS DETROIT UPl — Right at the start. It must be realized that I am taking over a team which I do not know as well as a team that had played for me. In this light, I must reserve many of my comments until I can fully evaluate the personnel in spring training. Offhand, I would say Detroit should be a better balanced team as a whole in 1955. Our winter deal that brought us Ferris Fain, Jack Phillips and Leo Crlstante. a young pitcher with an outstanding record in the Southern Association, could help. There's no reason why Pain shouldn't be in top shape. Actually, I won't know where the weak spots are until I see the club play. I would say that Cleveland, New York, Chicago and Boston should be the toughest this season, but I look for real Improvement in Baltimore, and possibly in Kansas City because of their new surroundings. Yogi Great with Mitt, But Just Another Duffer On the Golf Course By MEKCER BAILEY MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — Yogi Bcrra is a man among men in baseball bul put him on a golf course and he becomes a member of the masses. •fr He IS, in short, a duffer ; no better, no worse than millions of weekend backers who grin proudly when they break 100 and become ecstatic if they crack 90. No one, Yogi least of all, considered the New York Yankee catcher a challenging contender in the 15th National Baseball players golf tournament, which opened today, but Yogi was working at his play. Berra, voted the most valuable player in the American League last year and in 1951, got in a practice round, yesterday. He fired a 49 on the front nine and promptly informed a group of constants: "I'll take on any of you guy-s — If you'll spot me a stroke a hole." No takers. Imprived 2nd N'ine Stretch Drive On in SWC Race Crucial Games On Tap Tomorrow; Hogs Play Rice By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The stretch drive is on in the Southwest Conference basketball race and only one thing is certain: The University of Texas and Tex- s A & M sometimes kings of all they survey in the conference are going to "fight" it out for the cellar. | Yogi's game improved' on the back nine and he zipped home with a 44 for a 93 total. Par for the 6,310-yard Miami Springs Municipal course is 3535—70. Three favorites to grab the 1955 title are defending champion Freddie Hutchlnson, ex-manager of the Detroit Tigers; Lou Kretlow, Baltimore Orioles pitcher who lost to Hutchinson in the finals; and Alvtn Dark, New York Giants shortstop who won the 1951 tourney. Other diamond stars competing include AI Lopez, Cleveland man- the Chieftians after a momentous ager; Birdie Tebbetts, Cincinnati first half in which the Aggiec made ! manager; Russ Meyer and Don only five field goals in 19 attempts I Newcombe, Brooklyn pitchers; and OCU polled six in 23 tries. i Jim Piersall, Boston Red Sox out- A Baylor victory Saturday night | «elder; Virgil Trucks. Chicago wouldn't do the Bears any good but' it'would give TCU a firmer hold on first place. The loser in the Arkansas Rice tilt at Payetteville will be out of running for the title. Southern Methodist plays Baylor in one of three Saturday night games and a victory for the Ponies could put them in a tie with Texas Christian for the lead. Rice and Arkansas, with identical 4-3 conference records, fight for third place and a contenders' spot. And Texas and Texas A&M meet in the night's third game wiih the cellar position going to the loser. At Oklahoma City Thursday night, Texas A&M and Oklahoma City University put on one of the season's slowest games. It ended with a 55-34 victory for Osceola at Armorel In Top B Attraction Osceola'i A and B bartetball teams visit the Armorel court tonight In what should be one of the top games In Class B competition In the county (or the current season. Armorel was seeded number two in the Mississippi County Tournament drawings and Osceola was placed in the number three slot. Although the outcome of the game has nothing to do with the tourney undoubtably Armorel will be out to show . their second place seeding was correct. In turn, Osceola will want to further their belief they should have been given the number two position. In the last meeting of these two teams the Semtnoles won a 63-53 margin and by virtue of their win should be a slight favorite to take the winning honors tonight. Coach Austin Banner's number one problem will be to keep the high-scoring Carl Patterson from | burning the nets and to retain the ; sharp edge his Seminoles have I demonstrated in their past eight games. The Indians are shooting for their ninth straight win of the season and their thirteenth victory overall. Their record to date is 12-5. Since beginning their winning streak they have won over Luxora, Caraway, Burdette, Gosnell (twice), Armorel, Marked Tree and Dell. Their most recent victory 80-52 count over Gosnell night. Probable starters for the 8*rol- notes.' Wade Rodgtrs and Jack Reeves, guards; Dick Lucu, center; Nelson Hopkins and Hopper Cot*, forwards. Rodgers added twenty - tbrtt points to his shooting total to glT» him 239 ipoints for the campaign- seventeen points more than hi* closest rival In the shooting department Dick Uucas. Hopklna hold* down the third slot with 211 point*, one short of second place. For the Bees: Jerry Spencer an4 Jake Morse, guards; Larry Hulwy, center; Ben Wells and Sharoa Faulkner, forwards. Game tlm« ta set at 7:00. Saxron Meets Delaney Tonight AKRON, Ohio i.fi — Welterweight champion Johnny Saxton goe« against Ronnie Delaney In the latter's home town tonight in" his second match since grabbing the title from Kid Gavllan last Oct. 20. Tonight's affair, at 10 rounds, will not Involve the crown. Saxton's last action was on Dec. a, when he took a non-title victory over Ramon Fuentes. Pro Basketball Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Syracuse 85, Minneapolis 81 Port Wayne 105, Philadelphia 97 Beer Firm Buys Radio, TV Rights Of Kansas City A's KANSAS CITY <# — The Kansas City Athletics baseball games will be broadcast under sponsorship of the Joseph SchlHz Brewing Co., of Milwaukee. Wis. Announcement that the brewery had purchased the exclusive radio and television rights was made jointly yesterday by Erwln C. Ulh- lein, Schliiz president, and Arnold Johnson, president of the Athletics. Uihlein said his company plans to spend more than $300.000 on games broadcasts the first year, but contemplates no television outlet immediately. Length of the contract and its terms was not announced. .Negotiations, are continuing for a local station outlet and a network of stations in nearby states, Uihlein said. White Sox pitcher; Phil Rizzuto. Yankee shortstop; Mayo Smith. Philadelphia Phillies manager; and Jerry Coleman, Yankee infielder. Two rounds of match play will be held Saturday and Sunday. Colts Try to Get Ameche on Line I BALTIMORE Wl—The Baltimore i Colts hoped today to sign Alan (The | Horse) Ameche, their'No. 1 draft | pick, but meanwhile, received a signed contract from Emil R.adik, University of Omaha halfback who was 13th draft choice. Ameche, All-America fullback for Wisconsin, said yesterday only "minor details" stood between him and agreement with the Colts. Radik, 5-11, 185 pounder, is a versatile athlete who captained the track and gotf teams at Omahs and lettered in basketball In .addition, to starring on the gridiron. DELTA CAFE NOW OPEN FOR BREAKFAST At 6 A.M. Serving delicious hot biscuits PLATE LUNCHES SPECIAL PRICES ON STEAKS AND CHICKEN DELTA CAFE AND TOURIST COURTS 357 So. Division Ph. 3-6984 During the 1954 season Dusty Rhodes of the Giants made 15 pinch hits, 12 of them winning ball games. This does not include his World Series batitng spree. \ COMING SOON Bob Logan Announces a Beautiful New Porcelain Enamel Texaco Service Station Now Under Construction (Station Will Be Leased Locally) at the Corner of Ash and Division Tour With Texaco ... Let us heat your home and power your farm Only Car at its Price!.. SoSm arf! So Powerful! Whatever you want moat in a car- beauty, size or performance—you get it in extra measure in a Pontiac. In fact, when you choose Pontiac the decision comes very easily—because Pontiac alone, at its price, gives you everything! For example, take Pontiac's distinctive smartness. Certainly there is no question on this point. Pontiac is the one car that stands apart from all the others. If it's size and big-car sure-footednese you want—Pontiac's your car! Pontiac's long wheelbasc—124 inches in the Star Chief, shown here, and 122 inches in the 860 and 870 series—is the plus wheelbase that, provides the roominess, the comfort, the satisfying road-hugging security that only a big car can supply. As for performance—once you get behind the wheel you have all the proof you need that Pontiac ia way ahead in this department, too. Pontiac's spectacular performance starts with the most modern engine of all—the powerful new Strato- Streak V-8—specifically designed for Pontiac's all-new chassis to give you balanced %You can buy o big, powerful Pontioe for lem than many models of the lowest-prized card performance. That means smooth, eager getaway in traffic; power to spare on tn« open road; and even more of Ppntiac's traditional economy, dependability and long life. All this adds up to a wonderful car and -with Pontiac's remarkably low price tag—a very wonderful buy. Come in aeon and talk dollar* and cents. If you're in the market for any new car, you'll discover you can easily afford all the pride and pleasure of a big, powerful, luxury- loaded Pontiac. WITH THB SKNSATIONAU I »TRATO-«TB«AK V-« NOBLE GILL PONTIAC, INC. Fifth & Walnut Phon. 3-6817

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