The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1952 · Page 10
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TVN (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOT. 18, 1952 Papooses, Bees Wind Up Their 1952 Football Season Tonight B Team Meets Osceola* Here While Juniors Travel to Hale Field is still out of action with a foot Injury. • Regular tackle Freddie Veach will be in the ball gfime, but he has nn Infected thumb, ...'.••'' Everybody else Is In pretty good shape. The Paps will have Hounsavall »nd Bratcher at ends, V,each and Hodge at tackles, Hall and Huffman at guards and Handle nt center. Their stellar backfleld, with the exception of Stephens, Is ready. The backs will" include Bobby Jones at quarter, Freddie Akers and Charles Abbott • at halfbacks nnd Isaacs at fullback. Gametlme has been Eet for B o'clock. , Pickings Get Slim For Bowls Two of Blythcvillo's football teams wind up their sea- ton's play tonight. .. the Bees at Haley Field and the Junior High Papooses at Osceola, common foe of both teams. Couch Jimmy Fisher's 13 team will* be trying to pull up to the .500 mark when they tangle with osceola's re- lerves at Haley'Field at 7:45. They have won Iwo and lost three. Coach Fisher listed his ttarters K West and Black at ends. Shanks knd Pankey at tackles, Birmingham »nd Brown at guards and Gee at . «nter. , • . ' The backfleld will find Jackie Halstead at quarter, Stanncld at fullback and Fowler and Vail at halfback posts. Osceola does not have a regular B team program, but Coach Bukie Bpeck said he will send up a group of reserves from ills high school •quad. Paps Finish Good Year Coach Harold Stockton's Juniors, who have suffered only & 6-0 defeat »t the hands of Sackson, Tenn,, this year, will have a modified lineup tor tonight's encounter at Osceola. Regular Fullback Eugene Stephens lost fl pair of teeth.In last week's game with Whitehaven and will not eee action. Kenny Isaacs, who has played a lot of ball this year, will step into the- deep backfleld slot. Hodge will start at a tackle In place of the injured Terry Vntt. And" reserve guard Gerald Snyder Arkansas Sportettes SMU-Hog History Recalls Some of Greatest Grid Thrills Bjr CAR I/ BEU, UTTI,E ROCK (AP) — It's impossible for a fan of any years standing to look forward to the Arkansas Homecoming game Saturday, pitting the Razorbacks against SMU, without recalling some of the most thrilling'footballof his life. Dragons Beat Jonesboro By 79-7 Score Harrison High Schools' Dragons got their second conference win • nd their sixth victory of the yer.r • when they defeated the Booker T. ^Washington Eskimos of Jonesboro 'J9-7 at Haley Field tost night. , Charles Sanders ran over from . ten yards out /or the Dragons' 'first score. Bonncr added the extra point. Bobby Strickland sneaked over from thrf one and in the third period, Fullback Irs Long ran 25 yarns. Jonesboro scored oir a 15-yard dash by Brown In the first quarter. ,, Homecoming Queen Maxlne Wll- ^liams was crowned at haUtime. 3 . The Dragons will play at Forrest -City next Friday night in their third conference game. Arkansas Soph Shines as Cager PAYE7TEVILLE W) _ A Many, La., sophomore candidate for the University of Arkansas' basketball team sparkled in yesterday's workout with a nifty shooting exhibition. Leo McDonald, a 19-year--)!d, raised a few eyebrows when he tank 12 of 14 attempted field goals In a 20 minute practice session, lie then added a pair of free throws to leave the floor with a 26 point Sooners Won't Participate; Big Seven Out B.r ORI.O ROHEIITSON NEW YOIiK w» — The football bowl pickings arc netting slimmer and slimmer as the deadline nears for the selection of the representatives In the post-season gridiron classics. Another conference bowed out of the picture officially last night when the faculty committee of the Big Seven ruled to abide by the circuit's present rule which pro- blla any post-season competition* That action put a quietus on re- 'Orts that oklahomn and possibly ome other memters of the confer- nce would seek permission to play New Year's Day. Once-beaten Oklahoma .had been mentioned'as possible participant In Ihe Sugar, Jolton and Orange Bowls. As the situation now stands only he Rose Bowl Is definitely set with he Pacific Const Conference wln- er, probably Southern California r U.C.L.A., opposing the Big 10 tmmpion. Florida Possibility The Cotton Bowl Is sure of the ioulhwest Conference lltleholdcr ns he host team. Right now Texas Is line for that honor. Oeorgl^ Tech, powerhouse of Die South- astern League has "accepted an nvitatlon to play In the Sugar Bowl. If Florida gets past. Tennessee Saturday, then the 'Gators can look or an Orange Bowl bid. They have ost to Vnndcrbllt and Georgia Tech jut only, by a combined margin of 0 points. The Vols ot Tennessee, vlth a 6-rccord. nlso have eyes on nCrQf (he niMor bowls, . Mtssls.slupi. another member of .he Southeastern Conference, likewise Is looking bowlwnrd but the Rebels have a Saturday engagement with powerful Maryland. The Ter- aplns themselves would like very much to travel to the sunny climes m Jan. 1 but they arc on proha- .lon for playing hi the Sugar Bowl nst Nen ? . Year's Day and are not ikcly to risk additional punishment >y tlie Southern Conference. Eligible* Even Ihe pickings among the Independents are not plentiful. Without attempting to list them n order of possible preference the eading cilgiMes Include PIttsburgs, "yracusc nnd Holy Cross and possibly Vlllanova—all Eastern outfl'j Pittsburgh has defeats by Oklahoma and West Virginia on the tt-ronR .side. Syracuse has dropped two. one to Boiling Field and the other to No. 1 ranked Michigan State. Holy Cross has lost only to Syracuse but has not played sn ressive schedule. VUlnnova definitely was In running until smoth- red 42-0 last week by Tulsn. Hook looks like something left over from Halloween wearing a new plastic mask. H protects Missouri quarterback's broken nose. (NEA) Teams from these two Southwest Conference schools really have provided the excitement on days honoring Arkansas' old grads. The first such occasion I can recall was in 1033—when, like a lot of other kids, I slipped under Ihe fence around (he old Razorljaeic stadium, which stood .whore the University's Fine Arts Center is now. Arkansas needed (o win to finish first In the conference race. Just before the half a field goal by Elvln Gelser gave the Razorbacks a 3-0 lead. The Mustangs, with the Southwest's original aerial circus, came out throwing In the third quarter. Twice In a period of less than five minutes SMU's Hay Fuqua, a big and fast end, was behind the Arkansas secondary when he caught passes from J. R. (Jackrabbit) Smith. Each time Fuqua 'seemed on his way to a certain touchdown. But each time, a.fter a chase of odd yards. Porker quarterback om Murphy hauled the flying ustang down by the shoulders i the Arkanses u. The final score was 3-0, Arkansas l>ped the conference; Murphy, ala runner-passcr-punter deluxe these days of '60-nilnutft men, as voted the league's most valu- >le player, and any of the 8,000 llnesses —capaclt ythen — would cfy you to this day to cite a better efcnslvc play than Murphy's gems Two years later SMU's Rose Bowl 'am, one accustomed to walking /er all comers, visited Fayette- lle nnd was happy to get out Itli Us scalp, 11-6. The Porkers nined the most ground and threw ne scare after another a't the ilghly Ponies. fiien, you can drop down lo 194fl. victory would give the Raior- acks a lie with Rice for the lampionship and would put them Ihe Cotton Bowl. Underdog SMU had the custom- rs wondering when, at the Inter- ilsslon, the scrap'was a bitterly ought scoreless draw. And niit II of them saw the spectacular lay that broke the knot, for many till were at the hot dog stands 'hen CJyde Scott returned the sec- nd-half lickoft some 80 yards for i Arkansas touchdown. It was Just as lightning-like riko 3. few minutes later that set he flnnl score at 13-0. From about he Porkjr.5j.pwn 20, Aubrey Fowler hot thTpu_ili a huge, off-tackle hole, •as nil by himself after 10 strides ml turned to wave off his blockcrs or fcnr they might clip a defender nd nullify the scoring Jaunt. The next time the Mustangs help- d the Ra^orl]acks observe Honie- oming wns one Arkansans .would athcr forget, but never will. It as In 1018 when SMU had Doak Vnlker, Kyle Rote. Gil Johnson nnd :o. An outmanned but inspired bane f Hazorbacks held a 12-7 lead and The Valuable stomp of Stamp black walnul .rec near Snitthfielri. Vn., sold for $3800. Black walnut once grew plentifully In the. United : Stalcs ant now is America's most valu nble wood,, the butt of the trunk being the most precious part. total, In the first half ol one o two practice tilts. GAS APPLIANCES PLUMBING FIXTURES AH Pipe Fittings for Installation of Natural Gas Complete Installation On Easy Terms! EarlWdker Plumbing & Supplies Bus. Ph. 3553 — Res. 8133 *"*' •«« AM* vm«»« . em »I»AWS . M.ACICWIWTH. MM»WA*I • MACHWW WAl BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 lad 6MU backed up to its own goal line with less than four minutes to play. Rote tore loose for 30 yards on a double reverse to give the Pones breathing room. Johnson began hrowlng to Walker, End. with about 15 seconds left, SMU was In the region ot the Arkansas 10-yard line. Another Johnson toss was intercepted by the Razorbacks' Alvin ntike but Arkansas was penalized on the play, giving the Mustangs another chance. On the last play of the game, Johnson fired the ball to Paul Page on the goal line and It was SMU by 14-12. The average point differential for the seven Pony-Porker Homecoming tilts is five. Each learn won three of the tussles and one was a tie. No other ( Arkansas Homecoming opponent has so consistently been worth Ihe price ot admission is (ho Mustangs. Porks, Ags, Frogs Crippled By The Associated Frew Texas Christian, Arkansas and Ttxas A&M are likely to enter this week end's Southwest Conference games with crippling injuries barring regulars from the lin* up. Pro Football Bows Out After One Year in Texas DALLAS (AP) Dallas was without professional football today just 11 months after it brought in a-franchise with fanfare and ballyhoo that said the game couldn't miss in big, The Arkansas Razorbacks, preparing for their game with Southern Methodist In Payettevllle, learned yesterday '• that .their ace fullback, Lewis Carpenter, definitely would not see action In Saturday's E»me. Larry Hogue Is due to replace Carpenter in the game with the Mustange. Meanwhile, end Ron Forrester, like Carpenter hurt in the game Nov. 1 with Texas A <fe M, ook part, yesterday in the offen- ive scrimmages against SMU plays. Most sorely hurt of all probably re the Texas Aggies who are due o take on Rice Institute without crvices of Ray Gravesj the great unnlns and passing star of the Cadets. Graves received a bruised lp last, week in Hie 21-13 loss to Besides Graves, the Aggies have free-spending Texas. The Dallas Texans, who Jost seven games out of seven and almost a quarter of a million dollars, were orphaned yesterday when the 16 stockholders turned the franchise back to . the National Football League. The Texans become a 'road club" and play no more games In Dallas. Coupled with the announcement that the Texans were quitting with little more than half the season completed was the statement that bid would fae made to buy the I club back when It came up for disposal probably next month. Group Ready to Go Financial aid was obtained with group ot moneyed men willing to take over and operate on a three-yp/ir basis but John Coyle, one of the Texans' trustees, said Interim financing" could not be obtained. 1 He. explained 'that the Texans didn't have the'money to operate during three weeks or more that would be required to effect legal transfer of the club to the new group. There were 40 bondholders who held. In effect, a mortgage on the franchise. That created the legal technicalities. Giles Miller, young Dallas textile operator who bought the New York Yanks franchise last winter and formed a syndicate to operate It here, said that while a small minority ot the owners wns willing make funds available to operate fitrther "«e were unable to obtain necessary co-operation from any others." Cage Season Starts Friday At Dell School DELL—Dell High School's boys and girls basketball teams will open their 1952-53 season at Dell Friday night when they meet Dyess in twin games. The girls games will get underway nt 7:30. Coach Robert Edwards has back three of his boy starters from last year and two olher lettermen. Last year the boys had a 13-10 record while the girls were 16-5 for the season, ' ' Coach Edwards said his starting lineup will find Perkins and Chandler at forwards. Moody at center, and Johnston and Shelton at giiards. Read Courier News Classified Ads E^=; Westbrook's = FAMILY SHOE STORE = 515 W. 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Oklahoma over Missouri: The Sooner* to take out their anger on five guards and a tackle on the ailing list, darkening their hopes for a victory over the Owls. Texas Christian, Its big game with Texas coming up Saturday, halted scrimmage yesterday after a wave of ankle injuries hit the Frogs, leaving three players "indefinite' participants" In Saturday's big game. They are reserve safety man H. C. Knox, Tackle Claude Roach and Halfback John Harvllle. Teddy Vaught. end, and Tackle R. C. Harris also had ankles injured but are due lo start against the Longhorns any\vay. At Dallas, the Mustangs placed special emphasis on stopping Arkansas' stellar I,amar McHan in R long workout. The Methodists had good news in the return ot Frank Eidom, soph half, lo the lineup, but Du*n« NuH, John Kelley, and three linemen §r« not expected to make the trip t» Arkansas. Steer* Ready Rice finished rough work tor tt» Aggie tussle with a brisk tcrtm- mage session yesterday, »nd Coach Jess Neely said the workout was i "very satisfactory" one. The Texas Longhoms, conference favorites, reported In fln« physical shape for their encounter with th» defending champion Christian* «nd intended to take it easy the l*st two days of practice before the Tori Worth setto. The Baylor Bears, going up against non-conference oppostiion in a game with the University of Houston Saturday, tried out new pass plays and were to taper off today and tomorrow. Terps, Tec/), Texas ,Tigers Get Scribe's Nod Missouri for last Saturday's defeat at Notre Dame. Southern California over Washington: Washington has stolen quietly in the Coast Conference title race but its exit will be noisy even though Don Heinrlch's passes will annoy the Trojans. Tennessee over Florida: The 'Gators have primed for this one since the season started but the odds are against them. 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