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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1951 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Kentucky and Illinois Keep Rolling with Decisive Wins Osceola Beats Dell Teams in Doubleheader OHCEOLA—Osceola'-s Seminolcs swept a doubleheadcr from Dell teams here last night but the boys' team had to go an extra period to do it. In the feature same of the evening, the Semlnoles edged out Dell 59-58 In an overtime period. Earlier, the'Osceola girls hung up their IHh straight win with a 53-33 conquest of the Dell sextet. Harvey Lee Hill paced the Semi notes to their win hitting the basket for a total of 30 points. His uncanny shooting eye was the Seminoles' biggest Asset. Katie Watson and Billle Gal ties Mann paced the Semlnole girls to their win. Watson scored 17 points and Gaines 16. Girls' Game Wildcats Trounce DePaul; Carolina Whipped by Illini By TED METER NEW YORK (AP)—Kentucky, defending NCAA champion, and Illinois, Big Ten titlist, strengthened their claim to top-notch national basketball ranking with decisive victories over DePaul and North Carolina last night. POS. . F. .. F. , 7. Dell (13) Simmons .. (17) Brown .... (2) Blair G Brinkley O. Tale G Johnston Substitutions: Oeceola—Weather- ford, DeLancy (4), Hartley (4), Spiers (6), Rine and Lowe. Dell— Blair (1), Holmes. Brent, Cook. Boys' Gam« Osceola Mann (16) . Watson (17) Cone (6) .. Dunn "T Kendrlck. .., Oeceola Duclos (2) . Dreena (4) Hill (30) Pos. F. T. C. Weinberg (20) O. Chiles (4) O. Substitution*: Osceola — <Burch (1), Rose. Dell—Tranttmm (1). Dell ,.. (12) Cook (3) Chandler .. (11) Lewis . (22) Perkins (9) Mooney Shawnee Splits Doubleheader With Turret! h»wn*« High school teams split a (ioubleheader with teams from Turrell High her* last night.'The boy» were victorious 58- 2T but the girla lost 39-35. The girls' gams was close all the way with Turrefl pulling away In the closing minutes. Mctendon ^.Turrell with 16 points-and Welch* Wpaced Shawne* with 21. - ' ' In the boy's gnme. Coach W. O. Rook's Indiana toy«d with the vis- IMng Turrell five. The regulars built up a commanding lead early and then turned things over to. the reserves. raulk with 18 potnte led the rn- rtlans and Or»ve« with six paced Turrell. Tonight the.Indian teams are scheduled to play Mlssco High at West Ridge. Bhawnee Pos. Turrell Faulk (15) ... P (6) Graves Robertson (8) .F (I) Holt Welch (10) O (2) Rodgers Ralph (6) O (5) Preston Felts (11) .... O i .. (I) Gil! Substitutions: Shawnee — Hos- klns, Lame, Brewer (2), Wilson, JenWn9-(2), Streeter (4), Turrell— Rye (2), Griffin, Henry, Brinkley (5). Kentucky, ranked second In this week's Associated Press poll, a No. 1 club set a new scoring record in the Lexington, Ky. Memorial Coil- scum by thrashing DePaul, 98-60. Illinois, ranked Ihird, ran North Carolina of the Southern Conler- ence ragged, to win easily, &6-K>, at Champaign. It was the fourth straight triumph [or the unbeaten Illini. DePaul played Kentucky virtually even for the first 14 minutes, then wilted. Kentucky led. 45-23. al the half and 66-44 at the end of the third period. Unbeaten Pennsylvania and Iowa edged into the national picture with victories over Michigan and Oklahoma. North Carolina State Southern Conference champs anc currently ranked ninth, was upsel by Manhattan and in a battle o: tmbeaten teams New York University, No. 11, 'tumbled Holy Cross No. n. Tenth Straight NYU's 81-78 triumph wai the Violets' 10th straight nnd was thi feature of a twin bill before 1.096 fans In Madison Scjuare Garden Manhattan held the favored N. C State team to a 26-26 half-tinv tie, then pulled away to win tin first game, 69-50. As they did Wednesday nigh against Pitt, Pcnn came from be hind to beat Michigan at Ann Ar bor, 68-63, behind the smooth play Ing of Ernie Beck and Dick Heyl mun. Iowa, playing at home, whip ped the Sooners, 59-46, as Chuc Darling Hipped in 30 points for th Hawkeyes. II was Iowa's fifth in row. A Dallas doubleiicader turnout o 1,500 saw two overtime frays wit Texas Christian nipping Nebrask 58-57, on Jim Knox's free thro with 31 seconds left, and Souther Methodist taking Texas Tech, 80 48. Canlshis beat Dartmouth, 62-4«, and Colgate defeated Buffalo, 6760, in & twin bill before 3,T!4 at .ambert Leads ^rkers lo Win Razorbacks Trip Missouri U. 49-43; Hester Scort* 22 uffalo, N.Y. In other major games Cornell ipped Tulane, 51-50; Georgetown ounced Princeton, 84-62; Bradley eat Colorado, «6-M; Vanderbilt onqucred Rice «S-M; West Virnia walloped William and Mary, 7-66 and Boston College made it even In a row by downing Harvard, 6-63. FAYZTTTEVILLE, Ark. W> — •ene Lambert Jr,, IB doing a good ob of following his father's foot- st/e pfi in University of Arka ns&.s basketball. The elder Lambert WM in AH- Southwwt Conference center for the Razorback* In 1929 and waa regarded as quite a. rebounder. He was Arkansas' heawi coach for seven years and now holds a similar post at Memphis State College. Last night Arkansas controlled th« backboard to defeat Missouri, 49-43, and young Lambert, a. 6-4 junior forward, was credited unofficially with more than half hU team's rebounds. Although he icor- ed only five points, he set up numerous other tall lea and stood out on defense. Seven-foot TOST Heater again was the Porker scoring: leader with 32 points. Except for a fl-5 deadlock in the early momenta. Arkansas led all the way In notching HE fourth victory agalrut three defeat* thin »**son. Kuharich Quits At San Francisco Dons' Coach Said To Be Candidate as Chicago Card Pilot SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — After leading University of San Francisco to an undefeated football wason, youthful Head Coach Jo« Kuharich is looking for a new Job. Kuharich is a candidate for head coach of the Chicago Cardinals of the National Pro Football League. The ,14-year-old onetime Notre Dnme Guard resigned yesterday— effective Jan. 15—and declared: "Since there was no concrete proposal to discuss USF's future football program find my future contract, 1 resigned to make myself more available for a position elsewhere. I have no definite prospect of a Job." Kuharich'fi Ihree-year pact expires in March, Chairman Cliarles L. Haruey of USF's athletic board gave this explanation of why negotiations hadn't been opened; "W« Just haven't had the opportunity to do tt. March, after all, is three months away. We considered Kuharich a fixture. We had no idea he would leave us. "We have never considered abandonment of football—that Is sure." That final season, Kuharich said, "wae a thrill I'll never forget. If a new contract had been presented with a dollar more or a dollar less —for one or three years—I would have signed.'But I waited and no one came to me. Stanford rehired Chuck Taylor for five years and USC rehired Jess Hall. . . naturally I was worried. . . I talked It over with my wife. . . and we decided to make the Jump," Equal Size Should Make Cotton Bowl Foes About Even, TCU Official Says By HAROLD V. HATIJFH FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP)—Texas Christian coaches looked over the Kentucky roster today, found the Wildcats were no higher than (.he Horned Frogs and decided it wsw going to be quite a battle when the teams meet in the Cotton Bowl Jan. 1. ARKANSAS' TOAR _ Billy Wayne (Tear) Hester, six-foot, eleven-inch Junior. Is the key man of the Arkana-s Razorbacks' 19511952 basketball, team. (AP Photo) Tulsa Gets 1953 Amateur Tourney NEW YORK (AP) — The 1953 Junior Amateur Golf Championship was awarded to the Southern Hills Country Club at Tulsa, Okla., today by the U. S. Golf.Association. The dates will be set later. The Southern Hills layout was the »it« of the 1946 Women's Amateur Championship which wn« won by Mrs. George Zaharlas of Denver. Mrs. Zaharlas since has turned professional. The 1952 junior tournament will be at the Yule Golf Club, New Haven, Conn. -' The state motto "Here We Hest." of Alabama Is Poland LaStarza Fights Tonight NEW YORK (AP) — Roland La itar», »b*ent from ttte bl« time since hi lost hl« first fight on • disputed split decision to Rocky Marciano In 1»M, returns to Madison Square Garden tonight to light Dan Bucceroni of Philadelphia in Id-round heavyweight bout. La Starza, 24-year-old son of • Bronx butcher, Is anxious to get K return with Marciano. California entered the Union In 1S50. Charles, Kahut Battle Tonight PORTLAND, Ore. (AP)— Ezzarc Charles, formed world heavyweight champion,, will fight an Oregon farm boy In a scheduled 12-roum RARE SMOOTH MELLOW TENNSSSEE SOUR MASH \\V H I S K E \ YfieTRoresf Whiskey in College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NYU 87 Holy Cross 78 Manhattan 69 N. C. State M Canisius 62 Dartmouth 48 Colgate 67 Buffalo BO Connecticut 63 Virginia Military Robinson-Olson Bout Approved BAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Sugar Ray Robinson will defend his middleweight . title aealnst Carl Bobo Olson of Honolulu for fl here Jan. 24. The 15-round bout, for the Damon Hunyon Cancer Fund, was approved yesterday by the California State Athletic Commission. Both Robinson and promoter William P. Kyne will contribute all earnings except II each to the fund. "It scared us." said Amos Mel-< ton, the bu.sine.w manager at ath- i and official spokesman for' everybody in the TCU athletic department. "We can beat those big feller* but these little fellers are going to be like us, and that means trouble." TCU has been accustomed to the opposing line outweighing It from 10 to 20 pounds per man. But, «ald Melton, the Horned •Yogs want to play this one. "You mow, most times a football team sn't pepped up for a bowl canie. But the Frogs are and they really want to play." It) Days Off The fact that Conch Dutch Meyer save the Progs 10 days off after the regular season ended and that [iractice since Ita resumption has been rather light contributed lo the -spirit of conquest. "The team has been having fun and enjoying lootball." Melton said. Coach Meyer says he thinks tils Frogs have a good chance to beal the Wildcats because they dcpenc largely on passing and have the same type offense as Baylor. Texas Christian stopped Larr> Isbcll. Baylor's great passer, and the Frogs won 20-T. Meyer doesn' know It Babe Parllll, the Ken tucky pass - master, is better than Isbell but he knows Isbell I great football player and- passer solfdom's Uniform Code Goes nto Effect World-Wide Jan. 1 NE WYORK CAP)—Golfers with a yen to travel may go anywhar* >n earth after Jan. 1 without fear of running afoul rules \rith which hey are not. famiKar. boxing match her* tonight. The Oregonlan 1» Jo« Kahut who hopes his overhead rlght-^-which in the past ha* served him well- will make up for hi* lack of box- in? still. Charles, st 190 pounfite. stifled unworrled as he went through light roadwork here yesterday. i Boston College 76 Harvard 63 Cornell SI Tulane 50 Vanderbllt 6S Rice 58 Georgetown DC 84 Princeton 62 West Virginia 87 Wm &, Mary Kentucky 98 Depaul 50 Illinois 86 North Carolina «« Perm 68 Michigan 63 Iowa 59 Oklahoma 46 Bradley 66 Colorado 38 -Eastern Illinois 86 Kentucky We«- leyan IS Central Mo 74 Southwestern Kas I Bethany Kai'^'M Sam "Houston Tex 47 Phillips Unlv SO Northeast okla 43 Southwest Missouri 51 St. Benedicts Ku 91 Hastings 53 Eastern New Mexico M Southern Methodist 60 Texas Tech 46 overtime Texas Christian M Nebraska 57 overtime Arkansas 49 Missouri 43 St. Marys Calif 71 Arizona 64 Hardin-Simmons 70 Sul HOES 30 North Texas 61 Southeastern Okla 58 Utah 66 Los Angeles Loyola 51 WlchiU 72 San Diego State 63 Memphis State 19 Eastern Oregon Cotton Increase Seen for Pakistan in 2 Years KARACHI, Pakistan <AP)—Cotton crop forecasts for 1051-52 In Pa k IB tan predict an increase of fi.6 percent, Including a 7.7 per ce^t ncrease (or American varieties and 2.3 per cent decrease, for local type*. Acreage of American varieties for :he forecast' period Is 2,747,000 officials said. Local varieties are expected to have an acreage of 333.000. In the previous year American varieties totalled 2,551,000 acres and local,.varieties 330,000 acres. Favor- TCU intercepted five of Isbcll' throws. Can Move Meyer «ald he figured TCU coul move nga inst Kentucky — I h Frogs haven't Tailed to *core A least tu*o touchdowns on every i team encountered this year, But he added that it was a question of whether the Frogs could stop Kentucky from scoring more. In practice t h is we ek th« Fro g passers — Ray McKnown, Mai Fowler and Gil Bartosh — never have looked better. Fowler, particularly, has been outstanding. TCU will practice tomorrow morning then take out for the Christmas holidays, returning to work next Wednesday. On thftt dnte the uniform t:o;!c, i 'orkcd out last May by repve- j eiilRllvcfl of the United States' Golf Associntlcni and the Roy fit nd Ancient Golf Club of st, Anrews. Scotland, go Into effect, The ohnngfi which undoubtedly vill be of major Interest to inor.t olfcrs Is the abolition of the stymie. Henceforth, when n player >eHcvcs an opjvmrnt's ball to be n the linp of his putt ho mav request that It- r>c marked and lifted, no matter what the distance bc- ,wccn the two btULs. The new code n\$n will permit USD o( the smaller British bull in .ntcrnntiotinl competitions In the United States, nnd ft standardizes :he penalty for out-of-bounds, lost bails and unplayable balls. The penalty wIll-J be stroke nnd distance In all countries. Insleud of only distance, as provided In Britain the last two years. Inventive Americans with trick new putters get a br&ak In th« code, The new rule permit* the jshuft to be fixed at any point on the blade. Another change, designed I o peed up play, prohibit*; all prac- iL2 strokes on round, including retrying pulls nftor holding out. The penalty for violation In medal play will be two strokes. Other chanpes In the rules Include penalties for playing th» wrong ball; ball at rest moved by opponent, his caddie, clubs or other equipment, nnd for carrying more than 14 clubs or borrowing club from any other person playing on the course. Tooth decay Is said to be civilized man's most common disease. The word "and" is used about their'377 times In the Bible.' able weather conditions and high market prices have been listed responsible for the Increase In acreage. Th« word "peach" U based on. Latin word meaplng .'.'Persian," .- 63 Rhode Island In 1790. entered the union THE DIXIE PIG 1 YEAR OLD I ^•T -^ A Jr f >-;. - w^rv. / jr From th« PtnonneT at THE DIXIE PIG BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. DELTA LUMBER CO. HUFFMAN BROS. LBR. CO. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY LBR. CO. E. C. ROBINSON LBR. CO. Our Five Lumber Companies Will Be CLOSED Monday & Tuesday December 24 and 25. A Very Merry Christmas To You All

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