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^ • 4HM ••IM FACE TKX (ARK.) COURint NEW* MONDAY, OCT. 18, 1W1 Paps and Chicks Are Back At Haley Field This Week HyWieville's Chickasaws, fully rested after a week ol idleness, got back to,the rough practice grinA this afternoon as they began preparing for engagement with another tough Tennessee foe Friday night. The Chicks, who kmand every-1 body with two tfjilght upset yicto- rt«« over tough, Tennessee teams, Mwslck of Memphis and Jackson, wiH t«ke on the Whltehaven Tigen In the*- tWrd home ihowing of ttie »e«son at Haley Field Friday night. And while the Chicks «re busy- ftij themselVM with the always- tough Tigers, the Papooses will b« •eeklng their 12th straight victory over Newport's Junior Greyhounds. The Paps are scheduled to ploy Newport, one of the toughest teams on their schedule, at Haley Field Thursday night. But In spite of the Paps' long •winning streak will face probably Its toughest test so far this.season, Chlck-Whltehaven tilt will hold the spotlight this week. The Chicks are expecting another tough evening when they go against the Tigers. Scouting reports say that White-! h»ven boasts one of Its strongest team* in recent years which means that the 1952 Tiger edition is equal to or better than last year's team which the Chicks barely nosed out. Mosler May Be Ready The Tigers, too, had the week off last week due to an open date mnd should be well rested for their InvMlon of Blythevllle. The Chicks spent last week in polishing up Its offense and trying to get a lew bruises healed. Both of the first string halfbacks. Tommy Moslem and co-captain Donald Gentry missed most of the action last week because of injuries but Mosley' should be ready to go in the Wnltehaven game. However, Gentry, who suffered a Blight brain concussion In the Jackson game, was absent from practice all last week and the report Is that he will not return to the equad this year. : •" • Mosley, who sat out the Jackson game because ot a leg Injury, ran some In last .week's practices but Is etill not'ab'U to go at full speed. (XBricn B«k And the Chicks had some good news to go with the bad last week. Johriny-O'Brien,-a letterman half• back on last year's team, reported to 'the squad ; last Monday and worked out all week. Johriny was not able to reporl earlieV b«caUs« of an after school job, It was reported, but Ms reporting .now, In spite of the fact he Is more than a .month late, will help «c,uallLe the'loss of Gentry. The Paps, who saw their unscor- ed on streak broken by Paragould last Thursday night, are expecUni to be in top shape for Newport Coach Harold Stockton's juniors emerged from the Paragould game In fine shape except for a lew hu: feelings. The Paps are slated for hare contact work today and tomorrow with a light-practice session sched uled for Wednesday. Giants, 49'ers Holders Of Only Perf ectRecords NEW YORK «V-The New York Giants and the San Prancisco 49- ers, boasting the only unblemished records In the National Football League, ranked as the sole leaders of their respective divisions today. The Giants moved Inlo undls- Texas Back Leads SWC In Rushing DALLAS {/D — Fullback Dick Ochoa of Texas could move against tough opposition and tfce others couldn't so he is well out in front his week In Southwest Conference all currying. The Texas rammer got 53 yards hrough the mighty Oklnhoma line o bring his total for the season o 258 yards in 68 carries, Ray Graves of Texas A&M ended up oslng yardage rushing against Michigan State and fell' out of second place. Jesse Johnson of Rice made 34 yards against UCLA and loved into the runner-up spot with total ol 160. Rny McKown of Texas Christian didn't play last week but he re- .nlned his lead In passing and total offense anyway. McKown tops the rs with 547 yards on 40 completions In 75 throws. Grnves Is iccond with 4S7 'yards on 48 connections In 75 attempts. McKown tops In total of Tense with 657 yards on 130 plays. Graves s second with 624 yards on 118 plays. Bob St. Pierre of Arkansas kicket only three times'against Bnylor bu It was enough to shoot him to thi top In punting. He has an averagi of 44.0 yards, jerry Norton o Southern Methodist Is next witl 42.7 on 12 kicks. Joe Boring of Texas A&M ha caught 12 passes for 274 yard to lead that, department. Tom Stol handske 01 Texas has caught 1 but for only 263 yards. Baylor still is the team total offense leader with an average ot 3543 yards per game with Southern Methodist .'second with 310-7. Defenselvely, Texas Christian leads, giving -tip 20e yards per game. Rice Is second with 231.3, )uted possession of first place In American Conference by de- eating 1 the Cleveland Browns, 17-9, esterday, while the 49-er3 were i war ting their most formidable lallcnffers, the Deti-ntl Lions, 23-0. he. victors now own identical 3-0 lates. For the past two seasons the Giants and thc Browns have bnt- led for conference supremacy vith the Cleveland forces em ng triumphant each time. The Chicago Bears climbed Into ecoml place In the National Con erence by trouncing the wlnlcss Dallas Texans, 38-20. The Philadelphia Eagles and the Chicago Cardinals posted victories hat enabled them lo jump into a riple tic with Cleveland for sccon< lace Jn the American division. Thc Eagles administered a 26-2 etback to the Pittsburgh Steelers nd the Cards made a 17-0' con tucst of the Washington Redskins. A 24'point barrage in the fourth quarter gave the Los Angeles Rams an exciting 30-28 victory over the Green Bay Packers. UPPERCUT—Bill Bossio, left, appeared dead to the world aft« getting speared by Brooklyn's Pat Marcune late in the going ot their 10-round featherweight bout in New York. Latter came from behind to win a split decision from the Pittsburgh ringmaru (NEA) Michigan State Using 3 Offensive Backfields EAST LANSING( Mich. CAP) — First came the smashing senior of Michigan State's bull-dozing football team. Then their jolting jun Groza Blacked Out In 1952 Cannda produced 3,470,000 gallons- of maple syrup and sugar products. CLEVELAND l/B—Lou (The Tee) Grozn, only pavt of the Cleveland frowns 1 offense to click against the New York Giants, learned about his second and third field [oals after yesterday's game. A bump on thc head blotted from the velertm trickle's memory three-pointers he booted 21 mid 52 yards in the third period to put Ihe Browns ahead 0-7. The Ginnls pushed over 10 points in the final period to win 17-9 and take the American Conference lead In the National Football League. Afterward, in the dressing room, congratulations were; offered 28- year-old Groza for his trio of field goals. ''Three?'' said Groza with surprise. "I don't remember three. I only remember one. I remember kicking thc first one, but not the last two." - "In- fnct," he went on, J |l don't remember much of anything in the second lialF. Got a pretty good bump on the head. You siiy I kicked one 52 yards?" The Browns' physician. Dr. Vic Ippolilo, snid- he knew Gro/a was "dazed and groggy" when, he kicked the Insl two field goals. ''He does it unconsciously now," Ippo- Jliar joked. r . lors. Now It's their startling sophomores. Where does the parade of br!l-+ liant ball-carriers that lifted Michigan state to a record winning streak, stop? Naturally, Coach Biggie Munn hopes it iievcr dcjcc.. Naturally, the coaches of State's remaining foes — Syraucse, Penn State, Purdue, Indiana, Notre Dame and Marque tie — hope it Southwest Play Begins In Earnest McHan May be Out; Douglas Praises Hogs' Show of Fight Bj CARL BELL ' " FAYETTEVILLE. (AP) — Their victory over Baylor was water over the dam today for the Arkansas Raxorbacks, who now face the prospect of taking on a rebounding University of Texas football team without Lamar McHan. ^ , McHan, the Razorbacks' All* ' "~" Southwest conference triple threat- •••'«• rf% • ' ' II \Aicmgan State now Has Football's Best Streak By The Associated The Southwest Conference pushes NCAA Committees Meet to talk TV stops pronto. After Coach Rny George of Texas A.' & M. saw his Ir.ds. whipped by Michigan State *8-6 wholeheartedly into the business ol Saturday in a nationally-televised ' ' ' ~ giiine, he put it this way: "It's not their first team that beats you. It's their second and third." Biggie, who admits lie likes to piny a lot of fellows, has coached his team to 18 straight victories— longest current major college streak—and to a No. 2 ranking in the weekly Associated Press poll. Wisconsin, No. 1 last week, was upset Saturday by Ohio Slate. Last year biggie used two backfields: (1) the workhorse unit that played the other team even for two periods and wore it down, and (2) the pony backfield that came in at that point and ran up a comfortable lead, v This year he uses almost all 12 backs interchangeably in tne three units. There's no real first string. Only quarterback Tom Ycwcic can be called a full-time regular. In this year's first two games Munn used only eight of his backs They managed 27-13 and n-H victories over Michigan and Oregon State. Then came the unveiling of the other four backs in the fourth quarter last Saturday and their brilliance should aid Munn If he has any psychological problems with his top eight backs. CHICAGO (/PI — With a recent of the NCAA, has not yet comment- Notre Dame blast at collegiate television policies 'still resounding, two committees of the ; NCAA met today to work over TV and other plans for the future. A four-day general policy, going- over ,waa in prospect. Besides the] television problem, the committees | planned to take up such things as post-season competition and alleg-' ed nondbeervance of NCAA rules by at least three of 1U members. Names of the schools involved in the reported Infractions have not been made public. The committees on hand are the NCAA Executive Committee and the NCAA Council. The overall purpose of the meetings Is to shape various reports for final action by the NCAA Convention in January. Notre Dame spokesmen say they have learned a ''share the wealth" TV program is being prepared by NCAA bodies. They say the plan woulA split money received In the association's controlled video program among all members. Edward Moose Krause, Irish athletic director, condemned over the week end any such move as "im moral. iUegal, un-American and socialistic." He asked why, "on the same basis, shouldn't endowments and state legislative funds for colleges be split among all the schools?" "Some schools have both material wealth and prestige," Krause maintained. "We at Notre Dami have only prestige and that belongs as much to us as does mate rial wealth to other schools . . ." Walter Byers, executive directo: ed on the Notre Dame stand. Asa Bushnell, director of the organization's television program, said no "share the wealth" plan has been presented by the TV Committee. However, he eaid a "partial distribution of, excess TV receipts" has been mentioned as a future possibility. Standardization Cuts Airplane Costs in U.S. NEW YORK (JP> —Standardization if service specifications for the air- raft Industry has resulted iu cav- ngs of millions of dollars for the ixpayer, says the Aircraft Indus- •ies Association. During the past four years, 251 designs have standardized 19,410 hardware parts for aircraft engines and propellers alone. A typical sav- ng, the association says, is that of an engine bolt and nut which cost 52.63 before standardization. Now -t costs $1. The association says power-plani Mew Map of Canada To Be Released Soon OTTAWA, Canada — A new map of Canada, the first new one in 22 years, will soor. be rolling off the presses giving an up-to-date topographical picture of the country from the 49th parallel to thc North Pole. Newfoundland which Joined the confederation in 1£H9, gets on the map as part of Canada for the first time. New Islnnd, lakes, rivets nnd towns previously unshown or even unknown, will be on the map. The 36-ln.ch square map will have sotue 7,000 place names. The only roacis 20 Pilgrims Die SINGAPORE'{/P>—Twenty Malay of 2.QQO-o(lil pilgrims from Malaya .died on the return voyage fron Mecca aboard the pilgrim, ship Tyn dareus. Seventeen of them were burled a sea between Jeddeh, port of Mecca and Penr.r.g, Malaya. One body wa taken ashore at Pcnang and the re matning two at Singapore. eciding a champion and Cotton Bowl host team this week. It will e almost two months before that s accomplished but three games ext Saturday are going to figure trongly in the awarding of the Hie trophy. Three teams already have tasted onference competitor, iind - only sne of them is undefeated—Texas Christian. Arkansas, which lost to TCU, whipped Baylor 20-17 lost veek. Saturday Arkansas goes lo Austin o help Texas open the conference champion. The Razorbacks' lave to win .this one or they'll be :hrough. Two defeats almost cer- -ainly mean elimination in this. knock-down, drag-out league. Southern Methodist and Rice. :wo of • the top rated teams In championship calculations, start the title race at Houston Saturday night. Texas Christian goes to College Station to play Texas A&M. Baylor. Ihc only team showing to advantage in intersection^ football and the last to be defeated, takes on downtrodden Texas Tech at Lnb- boek Saturday night In a nbn-con- lerenee tussle. The conference had that numb feeling again this wsc!:. Its record in interscctional play Saturday was almost as bad as the Saturday before. Only one team could win T, Injured a knee In the 20-17 congest of Baylor at Little Rock last Saturday night. At first. It wasn't believed serious, mt this morning Head Coach. Otis Douglas said he doubted that the sttvi will be able to play against :he Longhorns at Austin Saturday. Another examination of the knee was to be made later today. rierr* D«p Man The Porker coach said that his nevf keep Split T attack won't be junked if McHan is sidelined. In Lhat case, Bob St. Pierre, who operated at quarterback against Baylor, will take over McHan's fullback slot and Ralph Troillett, hero of Saturday night's win, will play quarterback. Douglas had high praise for Troillett. who plunged for one touchdown and passed for another while running the fourth formation Arkansas used against Baylor—the tight T. McHan passed for the other TD, The coach was concerned, however, 'about the pass receiving Would-be receivers dropped numerous well placed tosses, three time* v;hcn catches probably would have meant touchdowns. Douglas was most'satisfied with the Razorback spirit. , "They fought hard all the way, he said. . He thougrtt the-entire team dii a good job. But he pointed espe daily to the play of .Lewis Carpen ter, who was switched from full back to end last week; guard Sammy Dumas nnd /Herbert Mar shall and center Wavne Watkin on offense, and to the defenslv work O f little Johnson Gunn a safety and Jim Sperring, Do Smith, Tom Garlington and Bu Brooks in the • line. Gnnn I*rals*fl Douglas indicated that Gunn, 155-posmd sophomore, wh 0 playe regularly for the first time In th Baylor game, will be seeing mere action. DciURlas said scouting reports showed Texas' 49^20 rout at the By ED COKKIGAN . ( NEW YORK (AP) — With the un-ceremonious demise f Princeton, the mighty Spartans from Michigan State oday owned the longest vinni^K streak in college football — 18 games — and they show no signs of letting up there. which leaves •• things right back Maryland and Georgia Tech each lave gone through 18 games wltlt- iut a defeat, but they've been tied. Michigan State still has six lames to play so it's rather early to be predicting another undefeated eason for them, but if they perform n the manner they did Saturday n hanging a 48-6 pasting on Texas A and M, their future opponents are'not going to look to the Spartan games with any enthusiasm. State still has to meet, in order, !yracuse. Penn State. Purdue, Indiana, Notre Dame and Marquette. Until it took a 22-19 beating from Pitt, ^'otre Dame probably would nave been regarded as a threat to Biggie Munn's-lads, who next year start operations in the Big Ten. But the Irish looked bad-against the ang Georgia ' Tech Panthers. Maryland where they were in the beginning of the season, with defending champion Texas Christian still the choice by default. '' • : The Horned Progs go against Texas A and M this week. -The conference* goes into full-scale. operations . Saturday, so the picture should be cleared somewhat In a week or two. . . In the Rocky Mountain Conference, the eventual champion prob- _ ably will be decided this week when Idaho State and Colorado State, the two top powers, tangle at Pocatello. Houston is the surprise leader in the Missouri Valley, after clobbering the defending champion University of Tulsa, 33-7. Georgia Tech might get « tussle from'Alabama and ?fenws:e9 for the Southeastern loon title, _ continue to roll along, and neither I wn |ie Duke heads the Si";thern should be pressed to any great ex- conference, although Virginia re- tent this week against, respectively. Navy and Auburn. The Terps poli&hed off CBeorgltt, y?-Q, and Tech. topped Tulane, 14-0, Saturday. California, which has piled up a staggering 12 points in four games, seems assured of winning' the Pacific Coast Conference title, although it still must, get: past Southern California and UCLA. Wisconsin, the class of the Big Ten, and No. 1 team in the country in last week's AP poll, was tlie victim of the biggest upset of the season Saturday. Ohio State soundly passed the Badgers, 23-14. , mains unbeaten too. The. pair tangle in two wee , ks. hands of Oklahoma to be-"Just onej That made, it a brand new race of those things," adding:. "Fumbles hurt Texas "badly at the start and they never recovered. After losing' to Notre Dame and Okla- home on successive Saturdays Tex-' as will be doubly tough on us. We can win if we keep up the life we've shorn . in the past two games and can cut down on our mistakes. But It'll take our very best efforts." Asked for comment on Baylor Coach George Sauer's charges that Arkansas played "illegally" Douglas "T djn't know what George was talking about." Sauer last night amplified Ms previous statement, saying he fliought an Arkansas .player had asked another to fake ah Ih3»ry In order to get a penalty. The Baylor mentor said the game was rough but that he had not Intended to leave the impression that, there had been any dirty football. ' „ .. Some Arkansas players compTain- ngainst outsioe opposition. South- , a tler the game that Baylor had «»-n Xfo+llnrllct ha-lt Miccnllri ^S-'? . ... L i... ern Methodist beat Missouri 25-7 as'thc young Methodist team.final- ly showed symptoms of living up to advance expectations. But Texas A&M- was walloped 48-6 by Michigan State. Texas was buffeted by Oklahoma 49-20 in one of the worst defeats a Longhorn team ever absorbed_,and Rice was shut out by UCLA 20-0. The conference record of 'intersectional been excessively rough. Carpenter said a Bear end "uppercut, me on every play." play wasn't bad as tne preceding Saturday only because It .didn't piny as many games. : Texas Christian enjoyed itself with a 47-0 respite over Trinity University. in the Big Ten, although there still Is nothing to prevent Wisconsin from winning it. On paper, the Badgers still can field the most potent squad in the loop. However, as of today, Purdue, which trounced Iowa, 41-14, in its last outing, stands at the head of the class with a 2-0 league record. Princeton's 13-7 defeat at the hands of Penn, strangely, was not a surprise. The.. Wu_akers were known to be powerful while Princeton, without the services of the graduated Dick Kazmaler, was an unknown quantity. Penn now should have no trouble sweeping to the league crown, held the last two years by the Tigers. The Kansas -Oklahoma-Nebraska battle for the big Seven probably ended Saturday when Nebraska's hard luck kid. Bobby Reynolds, was hurt during the Cornhuskers' 27-14 triumph over Kansas State. -This should narrow the race down to Oklahoma and Kansas, who meet head on this week. Both wanned up to their tasks Saturday, the Eooners manhandling Texas, 49-20, and Kansas annihilating Iowa State, 43-0. In the traditionally mixed up Southwest Conference, things are traditionally mixed up. There isn't an undefeated team in the loop. Kids' Watch Reaches Production Milestone NEW YORK (/P)—The eight millionth ."character watch" for children—made famous by colored pictures of juvenile heroes on'their dials—has come oil the aswmbly line of the firm that makes them. (ITS. Time Corp.) The watches are an outgrowth of an attempt to maka a watch to sturdy a child could mishandle It without mishap, Tt was decided that if the watches were so rugged, they ought to be sold to or for children. That was how Mickey Mouse, Cinderella and othen came to tfecorati the watch faces. .. , • makers with service contracts will shown will be those In the north use 78 million fewer kinds of parts 1 and the Alaska Highway nnd the this year than formerly. I Mackenzie Highway. BRAND STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY IME AMUICAN DISTILLINC COMPANY, UK. • H»\». ILL BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 13 8:15 p.m. Boxing Tag Match BLYTHEVILLE MON. OCT. The Proof Is Unmistakable 1 On every street and highway, you now every day, remember that in stopping by F*lix Carney • The television boom keep* marching onl A month ago the. Federal Comptunicationa Commission had 725 applications for new stations, 14 of which, it is interesting to not*, are for non-commercial educational stations. One of them 13 from the Allen Hancock Foundation of the University ; of Southern California, which asks for channel. No. 26 in Los Arigeles. One of ths Applicants for a UHF station is Alf M. Landon, a chap who ran for President in 1936; who want* Channel No. 42 in Topeka, Kansas. And we hear that Illinois Gov. Adlai Stevenson is giving up an interest in a proposed TV station in Springfield, 111. because as a candidate for president he wants no connection with a firm which has a bid pending in a federal agency. 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A new collection of available - for - TV sh o,rt films soon to be aired feature, among others, Danny Kay, The Ritz Brothers, Shirley Temple and Bing Crosby. . .-• And via our Hollywood pip»USED FOK line we hear that Xavier Cugat with his band and singer Abbie Lane are just about ready to take the video plunge on a local Hollywood station. However, films wilt probably be made for distribution around the nation. And it's Frank Fontaine's definition of a friend: ."Someone you haven't seen since he got his own TV set!" .... Television is getting bigger and better all the time. And more and more people are' taking advantage of this new medium. For people who enjoy television at its best, .it's G.E. Television. Come in and look them over at BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO, 109 E. Main St. Phone: 3616.

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