The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1947 · Page 6
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Hold ILS.U. Scoreless 'Dallas' Cotton Bowl : Game Proves Thriller Of New Year's Tilts t -BV BD KITE (Unlird Prr*. Sports Writer) DALLAS, Tex, Jan 2 (UP) — [ Sprite 30,CCO Tex^s football fans. '»ho are accustomed to high-scoring and wide-open games, nursed their disappointment stolidly today after witnessing the scoreless lie plaj'ed'bv Arkansas and Louisiana in the Cotton Bowl yesterday. A driving rain kept 15,000 fans who had purchased advance tlck- ets : al home and both teams shack- Jed; for CO minutes. Arkansas, two- touehdown underdogs, staved off three concerted smashes at Its goal : line and held the powerful Bayou ; Tigers at crucial moments. Paced by the running of Jim Casou; Ray Coates and Dan Sandifer, Louisiana'. State', twice moved inside • the Arkansas 10-yard-line in the second period and twice again in the' last quarter. UiHimsly fumbles and several penalties proved cosily :to L. S. U. End' Alton Baldwin and tackle Charlie Lively were the bulwarks of the, Razorback line, which performed brilliantly and slovenly at alternate times. ' Louisiana Slate dominated the play throughout and the Tigers' (AUK.) COURIER NEWS- Boys at Play No holds ar<i barred es War Admiral-Soiirdine colt, nearest camera, (joes into clinch with Hull Dog ycarlinK out of Swift- ply at Mcreworlh Farm, hard by Lexington, Ky. Both are lllini, Bulldogs Win Bowl Games Georgians Wallop N. Carolina, and U.C.L.A. Humiliated superior offense asserted itself in j there. Count Ihe hoofs. She statistics. L. S. U. mmadc 15 "' ~ West Defeats East in Game To Aid Hospital first do - .vns while the RazorSaTks were able to register only one. The Tigers gained 255 yards rushing and 16 yards through the air as contraSled with Arkansas gain of 54 yards on the ground and nothing in the air. The Rarorbacks attempted four passes; and none found their mark. Louisiana jla'te tried 17 aerials and completed live. Rice Owls Top Tennessee in Orange Bowl MIAMI. Pla.. Jan. 2. <UP< -The Southwell's Vaunted brand ol wide- open football failed to Impress K.- 000 Florida fans today, who liad waited vainly for action as H'ee scored, u close-lo-lhe-vest, (! i.i fl victory over. Tennessee in Ihc Or- nnire Bon-l yesterday. The'capacity crowd swcltetc:! !n the intense heat for two-and-^-half hoiirs.iwatching the Rice Owls jump to a first-period lead and then protect thoir advantage for more than three .periods..- ,^ SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 2. (Ul»; — An ama-iintj goose egg In the ground-gaining statistics of the West stood today as the sym'ool of Clyde Leforce's accurate passing arm thai tossed the Wesl Ihelr en- lire 203 net yards forward to a 13-9 victory over Ihc East In the p.nmml Shrine classic. Not even the combined rushing and passing pains of the East could ectual the net yardatio of the West, liained on completion of IS mil of 27 pass attempts—and joined when the heal was on. Western legs jtisi weren't running yesterday in Ivei>ar Stiullnm, at least not forward, and they ended up with a net nuthin' in the ground gaining department. Tire story ol the game lay in Ihe arm of the Tnlsa U. tosser and the leg ol his rival opponent lor acnal honors yesterday—Nick Sacrin'.y, of Wake Forrest. For Nick was a passer too. un» h S i bA l l l/lck i heralded out In the West, and lead' '" Ing his mates lo victory when something gave in his lee dnrlnK a ptV:- up and he :llihped to the beneli--a casualty currying away the major threat and leaving Lo Force nnd fprlh,.'5mashed almost fntllolv at eath other's stone walls, and made "ineffectual efforts at pas-sins,' Rice. Vo-chainpio'ns of the Southwestern Conference, , scored Its scampered across the goal-line unmolested. .-., • Minutes later. Dick Row^ri of the Vols, punting from his own end zone, had the kick blocked on (he one-yard stripe. When he attempted ..to .kick again, several nice linemen surged through and again blookcrtl the kick. A Tennessee playc'- recovered to give Rice a safety. St. iMa.ry's Star Has Busy Day in Oil Bowl Contest HOUSTON. Tex. Jan. ->—(UP) —The -25,000' fan s who saw the Oil Bowl game admitted today Ihat Herman Wcdemeyer of St Mary's was Ihe -busiest if not Ihe best player on the field yesterday for he. figured in four touchdowns by Georgia Teach and two bv his own team. Three of the Tech touchdowns in,the; 41 to ID Georgian victory •-SfS * et "P b l" inlerpcclions of Wedemeycr's passes, and a fourth touchdown was made possible by recovery of a Wedemcyer fumble. But on the credit side of the Honolulu born halfback scored two touchdown for s t. Mary . s am , was- the game's best sroundgaiu- er with 41 yards in ]2 tries. No one was; blaming Wedcmeyer for the backfr— though he couldn't play the lull limit, got Ihc honors as "the tnr,sl valuable player" of the annual New- Year's Day same voted by Ihe Northern California Foolball Writers Associallon, Bow/ Results By Vnltcil Press Rose Bowl—Illinois 45, UCLA 14 Orange Bowl—Rice 8. Tennessee 0 Cigar Bowl—Dolwarc 21, Rollins 7 Cotton Bowl—Arkansas 0, Louisiana Stale 0 Su?ar Bowl — Georgia 20. North Carolina 10 Alamo Bowl—Hardni Simmons vs. Denver, postponed, inclement weather. Oil Bo,vl—Georgia Tech 41, St. Mary's 19 Tangerine Bowl — Catawabn 31, Mnryvillc, Tenn. fi Flower Bowl—Delaware State 7, Florida Normal 0 Vulcan Bowl--Tennessee state 32 Louisville Municipal o Sun Bowl-- Cincinnati 18 Vlrclnia Poly G Raisin Bowl—San Jose Stale 20 Utah state 0 Cattle Bowl _ Arkansas Stale 7 Lane College o Will Rogers Bowl—Pcpperdlni Nebraska Weslcyan 13 11V MILTON ItlCDMAN lUnltcd I'ross Sports Wilier) NEW YORK. Jan. 2, (UP)—A scrappy lilllnois eleven, which hum. blcd previously unbeaten u. C, I,. A. In the Hose Bowl vestcrdav, shared the national spotlight, today wllh Georf-'in's UL'Jldo^'s, who eamo from behind to vanquish a surprisingly strong No:th Carolina squad In the Subar owl . Illinois pierced the Uclan's dc- f»nsr- rip;ii'.c(llv t« register a 4 r > to 14 victory at Pasadena, Calif,, whlie Coath Wallv nuns' Dulldous rlpncd the Tarlicels, 20 to ID at New Orlean-, LR. Claude i Pud '/ Young, flcel Ne(?:-o halfbnc-k. paced the lilinl lo victory ami enableil (lie nip Nine champions to Inlllct Ihe third worst defeat In Rose liowl history upon the Cnlirorniiins. Outstanding piny of the contest was the 103-ynrd touchdown rtinbiick of a pickoff by Al Hoisch of the losers. In the Sugar Bowl, North Carolina lock a 7 lo 0 lead when Wait "•u»« tallied a first period touchdown .After the Bulldogs lied the jame on a 71-yard double lateral, the Tarheels once afjain went Hi 'rent on a field goal by f!o» Cox u the third period. Georgia then took command and scored two touchdowns, the last of I'hich was a l>7-yard pass from A»- AmeriL-an Charley Tiii>i)i to Dan Edwards. In the Qrniitfc Howl nt Mlntiii, Fla., the Rice Owls scored eight joints in the first, period and then sal on (heir mnrgiij (o defeat Tennessee. 8 to 0 nk'i;'.s touchdown resulted when Carl Russ. starling at midlield, ran 24 yards and Ihen lataeraled to Huey Keeney. who negotiated the remaining distance. The winners added a safety on a blocked Volunteer kick, and then withstood Tennessee's assaults for the balance of the game. While spectators witnessing the Orange Bowl fldgited uncomlortab- K- because of Ihe sweltering heat, the fans in Texas had to bundle, themselves in blankets and overcoats. The Alamo Bowl same, s:h- dnled for San Antonio. Tex., wita Hardin-Simmons and Denver as opponents, had to )K postponed because of a raging sleet storm. Louisiana State and Arkansas battled to a scoreless tie in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas. Playing in the rain and mud. Arkansas made but one first down to 15 for the Bayou Tigers. The aerial-minded Kazorbacks failed to complete a! pass while L. s. U. completed five. Oeorxia Tech wasn't bothered bv the Muddy iindc:fooling at the Oil Howl in Houston, as the Im-lneer.s trounced St. Mary's Galloping Gaels, 41 to ID. Heralded Herman Wedemeyov of SI. Mary's had eight of l]l s passes Intercepted and three "f them set up Georgia Tech tallies. In the 'Gator Tiowl at Jacksonville. Flu,, the Oklahoma Sooncrs walloped North Carolina Stafe. 34 to lo. Oklahoma exhibited a trickv display of ballhnndllng from "T" forntntioii in overwhelming the Wolfpack. Delaware, unbeaten and untied in lo Barnes, capped its perfect season with n 21 to V triumph over Rollins College in the Cigar [ Bowl at Tampa. Fla. In the Flower Bowl at Jacksonville. Fia Delaware stntc Shaded Florida' Normal. 7 to 6. in an all-Ne«ro contest. Calawba topple.d Mnryvillc Temv, College, 31 to 6 in the | Tangerine Bowl at Orlando. Pla. , fin., while Tennessee State trounced Louisville Municipal College 3'J lo 0 at the Vulcan IJowl at BI-- i"int!l)am. Ala., at Oklahoma Ciiv. Okla.. Georgia pcpperdine College of Los Angeles beat Nebraska Wesleyan, 38 to 13 in the Wilj Rogers Bowl, while Arkansas State defeated Line College. 7 lo o in Iffe Cattle Bowl game for Ne"rocs it Port Worth. Tex. Cincinnati.! conquered Virginia Poly,. 18 to G. in the Sun Bowl at El T'aso. Tex. Complementing the Fiose Bowl contest on the pacific Coast, was West Coast Gets- Full Dish of lllini Football PASAOI3NA, Calif., ,!an. 2. _ tUP> — Illinois came emu of Ihu Rose Howl today, not as the nation's best football team, but one that put on a New Years Uay gridiron show |)ml .sports tuns IOIIK will remember. There were some who said that the llig Nine champions could linve beaten any lean, j,, ,(,<> country il they had ployed all wiison as I hey did yesterday in whipplnjj U.C.L.A, 45 t u H in one of Hie most lop-.fldcd KHHICS In'(lie cf •;sic's 45:.veai--ol(| history. I'hal . WAS F.-rctdiitii; a point, now-even for as good nfi Illinois was yc.stci-(lny—JUKI it was ctose to tool- bail perfection—the Mid-Westerners still may have had trouble nualnst such ijall clul). s as Army Noire Dame, (o whom Uiey |osl ' to G. or Georgia. But they were a football team that Far west gridiron fans were tramlcrlne about today because they made II look like child's play as they romped to victory over th<> 1 aclfic Coast Conference cham- THUHSPAY, JAN.U'ARV This One Didn't Get Away Ihe annual siiiinc game at San Franrisco. where the west defeal- ed the fiasl. !3 lo 9. In the Rnisln Q;>',yl at Fresno. Calif., San ,losn S.IR e played a 13 to 13 deadlock n the Hnrbor 'Bowl i;ame al San Hawaii scored a in to 1G triumph over Utah hi i|, c Pineajnle Howl at Honolulu. K. A. Kirkpatiick. proudly exhibits largest rainbow Irouf caught in Lake Pi'nd Oiielle. Sandpoint. Idaho, this year,-gaffed during iinal week of season. II is jiist one pound short of :i2'i 7 poujHi world record est;tljlishcd in same wale-rs -in IJJ45. 1 pious, who had won lo games with- and pacific Coasl Conferences — cut a defeat din-Ing the regular uul II couldn't -have, been more ••"•'nson. J convincing. It might have been worse had It i From the opening klckoff until 38 A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOB A SELECT GROUP OF YOUNG MEN door " e P Aleutiom, you co^ r^ti^ W .^"±7 o^ ^nK? 1 ^ ^d^^ns^r. e Zn!:t dTh - - -^ KST^ ^J^«^^£K 0t^*^ r ^^ ^ESUrtTK "*"* —JS.?'' 20 °' / '> Ill ^ lier ' so a P '™<e rf«rh at $90 jBO«tti in Korea, m .dditior, to food, clothing, quarters etc Get jKdtbik tod«y «t U. S. Army Recruiting Station|115 N. 2nd Stf€«>. Jr. Chamber of Commerce Trippi Triumphs Over Justice In Sugar Bowl , NEW ORLEANS, Jll. 2.— (UP;— Gecrgla'.s Bulldogs, bruised and sllll a little scared after an 1111- exiM-cledly hard-to-get 20 to 10 Sufe'.ir Bowl victory over North Carolina, stood proudly today as the only major undefeated, untied college football team of 1946. And their great nil-American halfback, Charley Trippi, panic through with equally untarnished laurels, although he by j ln means outclassed the Tarheels' Charley Justice. Promoters of (he game, were gleeful that the Sugar Bowl provided the most exciting of the towl conlesLs, as underdou North Carolina twice took the lead and Georgia twice roared from behind. The only man who didn't live up to rosy pre-game hopes was the weatherman, who came up with a cold wave that kept .the 73,000 •spec-tutors shivering — 'when they j weren't o n their feet screaming al the action, which included a well- placed fist here and there. North Carolina scored in the .'ceond period on a 30-yard sustain^ cd drive after Intercepting a Trip- Ill pass. Walt Pupa went -over from Ihe (cm- and Bob Co x converted. In the third period Trippi -rclurn- , ea the compliment—he intercept- I cd a Pupa pass, laleraled to Joe Tereshinski, who tolled the ball to Dick McPhee, who run to:Ihe Tarheel 14. North Carolina howled loudly that the.to.'is to McPhee was not a lateral but a forward pass, but lost (lie aremncm, Rabbit Smith then scored for Georgia and George Jenilgan converted. Cox then kicked a field goal after an Inspired North Carolina drive, and the Tarheels led, 10 to 7. Georgia was unabashed, Trippi faded lo liU 34, passed lon s | 0 Dan Edwards, who ran 40 yards to score. The Bulldogs made certain wllh a tcuchdo-.ui in the last quarter lopping an 80-yard drive. North Carolina made on e final effort nn'd « W etl a touchdown but the officials called It back oil a penalty. Kivcr Tow liecord s«( THE DALLES. Ore. (UP) — The largest upstream tow ever made on Ihe Columbia River m,., compteted when the powerful towboat Win- qitatl. brought 11 barges nl once iWci'TDe Dalles. 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