The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1952 · Page 5
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W1DME8DAT, JANTTART *, 1MI Luxora Gets Forfeit Victory In Arkansas State Tourney JONZSBORO-Luxora High's Panthers grot credit for t first round victory In Arkasna. 8t»t« Ooll*«e'« Kith- annual invitational tournament here yesterday without «o much as dribbling a ball. Th« panthers w«re awarded a* — . »-0 lirst round forfeit victory over Welner which didn't show up for the scheduled game. This automatically advanced the Panthers to the quarter-final round where they will .meet Calico Rock *t 3:40 pm. tomorrow. Pir»t round play was being com- Ibpleted today »nd tonight. Blythe- vine's Chkks, the second seeded team In the A bracket, was 'scheduled to play Newport in one of the top games In that bracket this morning. Leachvllle, the first seeded team, was scheduled to play Marked Tree at 11:50 this morning. Six games, three in each division, were played yesterday morning and afternoon. No games were played last night as Arkansas State had a game scheduled with Ole Miss. Two TUht Ones Two of yesterday's games were Kansas Edges Illinois For Top Cage Honors By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK (Jf')— Phog Allen's all-conquering Kansas Jayhawks edged, out undefeated Illinois as the nation's top-ranking college basket ball team today in the weekly Associated Frew poll. »Cansas, pride of the Big Seven*. . and recent conference tournament winner, received 31 first place votes jo 23 for the Illini. The Jayhawks. .riumphant in all 10 of their games. decided In overtime periods. In the B bracket. Calico Rock nosed out Poughkeepsie 49-48 In an overtime and In the A bracket Walnut Hldge whipped Trumann 37-35 in two extra periods. In olher games yesterday, Monette downed Marmaduke 47-37 in a B game. Tuckerman whipped Oxford 64-30, and Pocahontas downed Greene County Tech 49-34 in the A division. Tuckermann will meet the winner of today's Blythevllle-Newport game In the quarterfinals tomorrow. In other games today Nettleton i»f the B bracket was to play Clover Jfeend at 10:25 a.m. This afternoon, Greenway was scheduled to play Hardy at 2:15 In the B division, and Egypt and Augusta of the A bracket were to play at 3:40. Tonight, Bay »nd paragould of the A bracket are scheduled to play »t 6.30 with Hoxie and Lynn of the same division meeting at 7:55. In the B division, Brookland and Tandale will clash at 9:20. College Basketball By The Associated Press LaSalle S7 Western Kentucky 58 Canisius 62, Utah 54 Michigan 62, Princeton 44 Bradley 80, Washington and Lee 56 Dayton 97 Miss Southern 13 Southwest Missouri 77 Austin (Tex) 55 Whentoii 88 Wayland (Tex> 11 Mississippi 64, Arkansas state 62 Oregon 71, college of Pacific 62 Courier News Classified Ads attracted a higher point tola! to ;hade the Big Ten stalwart, ,751 to '39. Illinois' record is 7-0. In all, 107 sports writers and broadcasters participated In the x>ll. Twenty of them named power- "ul Washington as the best team n the nation to push the Huskies nto third place. The Pacific Coast defending champions have a 9-1 mark. Others to receive first-place backing were: Kentucky and Indiana six each, New York University five. Kansas State four, St. Louis and t. Bonaventure three, and Seton Hall, Murray State and West Virginia two each. Kansas' leap from fourth place week ago to the top spot marked :he third change In leadership in four weeks. Kentucky led the first week, lost out to St.'John's of Brooklyn the second, regained the lop Tung the third week and fell to tourtn this week when upset, 61-60, by a spirited St. Louis squad for the New Orleans' Sugar Bowl championship. Kentucky Fourth Kentucky, now 6-2., received B94 points to fall nearly 100 behind Washington's third place 688. The Wildcats barely managed to eke out fourth spot over unbeaten Indiana and NYU. The Hooslers 7-0 beat out the New York Violets 12-0 for fifth, 588 to 545 points. St. Louis 7-2 and St. Bonaventure 6-0 made the biggest stride: among those which landed In the top ten. The Billikins, who now have defeated Kentucky in three Sugar Bowl championships by total margin of four points, Jumped from 12th to seventh with 459 points. St. John's dropped a notch to eighth despite winning both oi ts games during the week. Kansas ate also slipped a notch to ninth jecause of its 90-88 overtime loss to Kansas. St. Bonaventure vaulted from far back among the also-rans all the way to tenth place with an impor- :ant 73-60 triumph over a strong Western Kentucky five. The Sonnies replaced Seton Hall 8-0, .which :ook over the leadership of the second ten. Notre Dame was the other college to drop out of the select group, falling to 14th because of a iefeat by Indiana. The Irish record it now 7-1. Team standings with points figured on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis tirst place voles in parentheses: Points 1. Kansas <31) 751 2. Illinois C23) 739 3. Washington (20) 688 4. Kentucky (6) 594 S.Indiana (6) 588 6. New York U. (5) 515 7. St. Louis (3) 459 8. St. John's 391 8. Kansas State (4) 381 10. St. Bonaventure (31 186 Second Ten U. Seton Hall (2) 118 12. Iowa . 94 13. LaSalle 83 Notre Dame '. 77 15. Oklahoma City . .• 65 10. Murray State <2> 55 17. North Carolina State .. 49 18. Utah . 48 19. Syracuse . 41 20. Michigan State. 37 Wail for Break ferps Were Told Maryland Team Used Tennessee's Tactics To Beat Volunteers NEW ORLEANS, Wj— Coach Jim Tatum taught his Maryland Ter- apliis lessons from the Tennessee chool of football—lessons in walt- ng for the break—and those were he tactics Maryland used to start he route of Tennessee and win the Sugar Bowl championship. Tatum and Maryland didn't have :o wait long yesterday for those breaks against the national champions. They came In the first halt and Maryland moved brilliantly 'orward to a 28-13 upstt victory. The smooth, even manner in which Maryland operated and the great werckage H wrought on one of the hijhest regarded teams of the last 15 years, may prove to be a big factor in swinging more coaches and teams to the split T attack. Maryland Is the prime example of split T precision and power. Tennessee this season was the prime example of single wing now- The victor}' was No. 12 !n a row for Maryland. For Tennessee the defeat was the first In 21 games. Shawnee Drops Pair of Games To CBC Teams JOINER—CBC of Memphis swept a pair of games from shawnee High PAGE Tennessee the Nation's Best?--Try To Sell That to Maryland and Illinois WHEE-E-E! ! —Stanford University's forward George Zaninovlch sails through the ftir, in game at Kansas City, Mo., Friday with the University of Colorado. Stanford won 75-69. Other Stanford player in the picture is guard Oleg V. Suzdaleff. Colorado players are Tom Harrold, (11) guard and Witbert Walter, (5) forward. (AP Wirephoto). Stetson Defeats ASC In Tangerine Bowl ORLANDO, Fla. (/ft— stetson's Hatters came back strong in the second halt to win a bruising Tangerine Bowl football game with Ar- (ansas State New Year's night 35-20. The Hatters, behind 7-13 at _thc i the ground and 77 in the air on seven completed passes. DECKED OUT—Tommy Corcoran is only four-years-old, but he's an old pro when it comes to baseball. The Madison, Wis., youngster has a collection of more than 375 picture cards of big league ball players, is able to identify any one at » glance. He has an incredible memory, can. identify Ted Williams by just looking at the Boston »lugger's foot. (NEA) School's Indians here last night the Indians resumed basketball action after a week's layoff for Christmas. In the main event of the all-boy twin bill, the visiting Memphians staved off a late Shawnee rally to take a 43-41 verdict. In a preliminary game, the CBC "B" team whipped the Shswnee reserves 45-28. Durhan was high for the visitors In this game with 1 points and Hosklnj led shawnee with 11. The A game was nip and tuck all the way with the Indians outplaying the visitors in the fourth quarter. But time ran out on them before they could overcome a six point deficit. A Game Shawnee PCS Faulk (6) p... Robertson (14) F Welch (15) c... Ralph (4) ... G Felts (2) G CBC ... (14) Field (6) Schilling (15) .Harkiiis Pratt (7) Bowden Substitutions: Shawnee— Brewer and Jenkins. CBC — Klmbrough, Getz, Moran (I), Drat.no] half, won on the passing of Bill Johnson, who threw for three touchdowns. Four Arkansas State players were carried from the field, two of them to the hospital. Doctors said Richie Wolt suffered a slight concussion and tackle Tom Manning had a broken leg. A record crowd of about 12,500 watched Stetson turn what looked like certain defeat into a near runaway. The Arkansas State Indians, winners of the Refrigerator Bowl game In Evansvitle, Ind, Dec. 2, ripped 87 yards the first time they had the ball, with Carl Greenwald scoring from the five. Stetson tied It up in the second period after Billy Joe Leathers Intercepted a pass and was downed on the Arkansas 46. Two penalties put the bail on the Indian one-yard line and Johnson tossed the first of three scoring passes to Dave Laude. Don Martin, who kicked five extra points, tied it up. 72 Yard Drive Arkansas State rushed back to go 72 yards and regain the lead. Oreen- wald streaked 51 yards and finally scored from tho four and Arkansas State led 13-7 at halfttme. Jim King recovered Greemvald's fumble on the second play of the second half and Stetson was off. Johnson threw a 22-yard pass to Laude who made the catch flat on his back in the end zone. Arkansas State was game and battled back for a flnal st-ore as Jim Dinges passed to John Koldos for nine yards. Stetson got its last touchdown when Lonslnger inlerccpted his third pass of the night and Jerry Gallagher capped a 27-yarrt drive by going over from the four. With Woit and Sommers out of ihe lineup, Arkansas State lost most of Its spark. Arkansas State piled up 261 on Extortioners Foiled By Fast Police Action SAIGON. Indochina. (/!*] -- Swif action by police nipped an attemp to extort S5.COO from the manage of the Bank of China in the all Chinese tu'in city of Cholon. He received a demand, written In Chinese, to show up at a spot out side Saigon-Cholon with the mono face the consequences. Insteai of yielding, the manager informec the police, and failed to keep th rendezvous. A second note told him that "ou representatives" would show up the ' bank to get the money. The did, but security police officers planted in the building, seized on of the would be extortioners, th other two fled. One of these late was arrested. ;. . Terps Maul Vols 28-13 in Sugar Bowl; Illini Whips Stanford 40-7 By ORLO ROBERTSON NEW YORK. (AP)_Tennessee may be the nation's \'o. 1 collegiate football team but you would have g mighty ough job today convincing either Maryland or Illinois. The boys who operate the split-T ormatlon for. Coach Jim Tatum at laryland have the figures to back p their argument. They soundly vhipped Gen. Bob Neyland's Ten- lessee Volunteers 58-13 yesterday In he Sugar Bowl at Nc\v Orleans. Illinois, while not coming Into direct contact with Tennessee, howcd It has a pretty fair country mint itself by walloping Stanford's ndlans, kingpins of (he pacific Doast Conference. 40-7 in the Rose Bowl. Victory by the Illini was expected uut not by any such margin. Maryland ranked third in the As- ociated Press poll. Illinois was 'ourlh, Ilirec notches above Stanford. The Rose Bowl, granddaddy of ill post-season gridiron classics, and (he Sugar Bowl headed a na- ion-wide card of a dozen games vhlch drew more than 400.000 fans, vilh millions more looking in on :he Illinois-Stanford affair at Pasa- :lena, Calif, via of a nation-wine television hook-up. The bowl at Pasadena was packed with the largest turnout, 96,825 while another 82,000 Jammed- Into the Sugar Bowl. The 1951 rankings ran true to form in the Orange Bowl at Miami where Georgia Tech (No. 5) edged Baylor (No. 9), 11-14 on Pepper Rodgers' 10-yard IWd goal In tho closing minutes.- But Kentucky's Wildcats, riding on the arm of Vito (Esbe) Pnrilll dumped Texas Christian, 20-7, be lore 75,000 In the Cotton Bowl a Dallas. Kentucky via ranked 15th. Other Games Olher results In what may be th. last of the big bowl days included Miami (RaO 14, Glemson 0 In Oa tor; Texas Tech 25, College of Pa ciflc 14 In the Sim; Houston 26 Dayton 21 In the Salad; Stetson 35, Arkansas state 20 In Ihe Tnn gerine; Camp Drake Army 26, Yo kosuka Naval Base 12 In the Cherrj at Yokohama, Japan; Hinds J. C 27, San Angelo J. C. 22 In th* Ole ander; Bethune-Cookrnan 27, T« as College 13 In Ihe Steel; Prniri View 27, Arkansas A. M. k N. 26 In the Prairie; and San Diego State 34, Hawaii 13 In the Pineapple Bow at Honolulu. Ed (Big Mo) Modzelewskl am Ed Fullerton, a pair of hard hlttin backs Irom Pennsylvania's coal re gions, were largely responsible fo ending ' Tennessee's all - winnln trealt at 20 game* and stretching inryland'a string of victories to 12. Modzelewski, ripping the Tcnnes- ee line to slneds. outgained the ntire Volunteer team as he picked n 153 yards In 28 tries. Pullerton cored two touchdowns, one on & 46-yard sprint alter intercepting tass tossed by All-America Hank Laurlcelln. The Maryland defense was Ight that the Vols gained only 81 •arrts on Ihe ground and Laurlcella held to a net gain of one yarc n seven times he toted tha ball. • In contrast to the Sugar Bow game—in which Maryland took i. 21-0 lead on three touchdowns with- n seven minutes early in the game — Illinois and Stanford staged a ding dong affair for two periods vlth tho Indians holding a 7-6 halt- •ime advantage. Midway of the third period Star Wallace, Illini halfback, intercepted pass from Stanford's Gary Ker- lorinn and sped 54 yards to the Stanford 12. On the third piny full back Bill Tat« ripped around rlghl end for five yards and a touch down. Flrlrt Goal Wini Prom there on the Illini pourei it on. They didn't score again in the third session but posted 27 points in one quarter. The previoa high WHS 22 made by the Alabama aerial circus of Dixie Howell Don Hutson in ID35. A crowd of 65,837 had almos settled for a Baylor victory In th Orange Bowl when the Ramblln Wreck of Georgia Tech suddenl caught fire in the final four min utes and scored 10 points. A 33-yard run by Bill Teas sc up the tying touchdown, scored b Buck Martin on a short pass fro: Darrell Crawford. Shortly after wards Pete Ferris Intercepted pass thrown by All-America Lan. Isbell and returned It 48 yards t< Baylor's 9. When three play» nette only three yards, Rodger* boote the gam* winning field goal. Parilll wai at his best in leadln Kentucky to Its second str&lgh bowl triumph. Ijist year the Wild cats whipped Oklahoma, ranked 1, in the sugar Bowl. The Kentucky Babe tossed touch down passes of 5 and 13 yards Emery Clark for the first tv, scores »nd Ed Hamilton capped fourth period drive with porfsmanship rophy fo U.A. University'! Athletes, Students Honored by Southwest Conference DALLAS I/Pi— University of Aransas athlete.! and student in eneral have been adjudged the outhwest Conference's "best sports" The annual Sportsmanship Tro- hy, awarded by a commutes of Indents representing all seven onfercnce schools, was presented o Arkansas in ceremonies at the Cotton Bowl game here yesterday. It was the first time Arkansas ad won the trophy and marked ^ sharp change Irom the position n which the school found itself vith the conference two years ago. In December, 1949. the conference ifficlally censured Arkansas for ough football tactics in that «ea- on's 27-7 victory over Texan Chris- Ian. TCU Coach Dutch Meyer sharged the Raznrbacks made 11- ega! use of their elbows, injuring everal of his players. Athletic Director John BarnhiU, hen football coach, and other Ar- lansas officials denied the »ccusi- ton.; The 3WC Student Commlttte yesterday also adopted a resolution calling for identification by th» public address system of football players penalized.for personal foul*. A slmular resolution was passed by the conference's coaches last month. Israel to Send Team to Olympics LAUSANNE. Switzerland (f\ — The International Olymplo committee announced today Israel will bo permitted to take, part in this year's Olympic game*. Israeli participation previously was refused becaus« Isratl had two Olympic committee!. They hiv« merged into a new "Olymplo Commltte* at Israel." yard smash for th* final tally. Jim Dooley Intercepted four aer- lali as fullback Haxry Mallloi scored Miami touchdown* in the first and second periods for victory over Clemson, which like Maryland had been placed on a one-year probation by the Southern Conference! for playing in post-season games four- without permission. . IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS . V. B. KEITH, Ptf. vs HENRY BACKSTROM and MARY SUE BACKSTROM, Dfts WARNING ORDER These defendants Henry Back- strom and Mary Sue Backstrom are warned to appear In this Court nithln thirty (30) days and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff V B. Keith. This the llth day of December, 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Ruth Magee, D. C. 12,12-19-26-112 Coupons Hide Cash For Eastern Woman LOUISVILLE. Ky. Wj—Mrs. Har- cld Purker, of Holbrook," Mass., has been having trouble recently telling money and checks from mere coupons. She sent In'300 premium coupons to the Brown and Williamson Corp. for a tablecloth. Then she got worried and sent the company a letter asking if they had found anything else besides coupons. The company promptly located and returned $632.12 in cash and checks. U. S. ROYAL Tire Sale! LIMITED TIME ONLY! 800x15 U. 5. Royal Air Ride Tires.. .regularly priced at $32.34, now $22.75 650x16 U. S. Royal deluxe tires ...regularly priced at $26.70, now $21.95 760 x 15 U. S. Royal Air Ride Tires ... regularly priced at 529.57, now $20.73 600 x 16 U. S. Roj-al deluxe Tires ...regularly priced at §21.22, now $17.95 Get Your New Tires NOW And Save! Langston-McWaters BUICK CO. Walnut & Broadway Dial 4555 FINANCIAL STATEMENT BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Statement of Condition as of December 31,1951 OFFICERS & DIRECTORS ROSCO CRAFTON President ii Director R. C. FARR Vice President £ Director JAMES TERRY Vice President A Director W. J. POLLARD Secretary A: Director DR. J. E. BEASLEY Director \V. L. HORNER Director CHESTER CAUTVVELL Director BURLEENE BRINN Assistant Secretary ASSETS First Mortgage Loans $769,859.38 Savings Accounts Loans on Savings Accounts .. 4,993.71 Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank 15,000.00 Cash on Hand and in Banks 110,001.28 Loans In Process .. Borrowers' Tax and Insurance Fund . Other Liabilities ; 406.70 Dividend Payable January 1,1952 U. S. Government Bonds 50,000.00 Specific Reserves 205.57 Furniture & Fixtures. . 2,000.00 TOTAL ASSETS ..$951,854.37 CHARTERED AND SUPERVISED BY THE U. S. GOVERNMENT Current Dividend Rate 3% MEMBER: Federal Home Loan Bank System. Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation Safety of Your Investment Insured Up to $10,000 by an Agency of the U. S. Government BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION General Reserves Undivided Profits TOTAL LIABILITIES Blytheville, Arkansas

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