The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1950 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 27, 1950
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PAGE SIX BLYTIJKVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS _. . - _ _ !•>••% ~ ' : '- FRIDAY ' OCTOBER *!• 1950 _ Chicks MeetJAemphis CBC Tonight-Paps Keep Unscored-On Record Intact iriDeracfiUK i _ . .. . -i - mi [ •—• -^—— .. , IT .. **•** Marked Tree 11 Severest Test Moilcymen Aren't Favored; Both Teams Rated About Even Blthevillo's undefeated' record of seven straight wins will get Ha severest test tonight when the Chicks go against the strong Christian Brothers College eleven of Memphis at Haley Field. Kickoff time is 8 o'clock. The Chicks will be seeking to make it No. 8 and their fourth of the season over West Tennessee tennis. The already hold victories over three Tennessee teams, Dart- letl. Jackson and Wliitchaven and a win tonight would give them a clean sweep. A win tonight also would raise the Chicks' prestige in Mid-South circles somewhat. The Hrothers currently nre leading the Memphis Prep League, which is considered one of the toughest, If not the "toughest, In the tri-statc area. But for the second straight week, the Chicks will not be favored. Pro- game dopesters are rating the two teams about even with a few giving the Brothers a touchdown. The' Chicks and Whitetmven were rate< even last week and the Chick emerged victorious by a 2C-H score The two teams will nlso be abou even <n weight, with the Chick; backs holding a slight weight ad vantage. According to program list Ings, Blythcville's line will averagi 169 to 167 for the CBC forward, and the Chicks' backs will nvcrag' 172 to 162 for CBC. The team aver ages nre 170 for Blytheville and 166 lot CBC. Use Same Offense The two teams employ the same offensive systems, the Notre name box with some T. Spearheading the Brothers' offensive attack nre i couple of speedy halfbacks. Moral on the left side and Leake on the right. ,,.. That the Brothers boast a quick striking offensive was borne oil last week when .they staged a brilliant last half rally to down Mes- isck of Memphis 45-13. They scored all of their 45 points In the last 18 minnies of play and were trailing 13-0 at half/time. The Brothers will bring a 5-2 record to Blytheville. Their only two losses were to Memphis South Side 6-0 in a Memphis Prep League game and to Greenwood, Miss., 206 in an .intersectlonal tilt. They won over East High of Memphis JS-0 in the season opener; defeated Memphis Tech 13-12; Memphis Catholic High 33-12; Mcs- sick 46-13 and Humes 33-13. The Chicks hope to have end Ted Vance back in the lineup for tonight's game. Vance suffered shoulder Injury in the Jonesboro game two weeks ago and has been out of action ever since. Ke returned to practice two days ago and may be ready .for tonight. But In the event he Is not ready Coach Bill Stancll will call on Jim Oos«ett to take over the flank post. Gossett played a 48-minute game against Whitehaven last week and showed up well. Probable Starting Lineups No. 62 58 CD 70 65 81 60 13 56 55 57 Bl.vlhevllle Player Jim Gossett Bill Boyd Dill Mayo J. C. Droke Leroy Crincr Qulncy Hodge Mack Hay Dick I (eld Mel Hay Charles Lutes Robert Reid Averages Line—169 Hacks—112 Tenm-,170 Wl. 155 187 165 182 170 180 H5 1C2 1BO ICO 185 CBC I'os. Wl. P layer L.E. IJ5 CaldweJl L.T. 180 Getx. L.G. 175 Kallaher C. 150 Wade R.O. HO Dcstnfnnli R.T. 100 Divine It.E. 170 Hnrklna Q.H. 1UO lioywid II. B. 150 Moral! H.B. 175 Leaka T.B. 105 Saffer Averages I,lae— 161 Backs Team— loo 75 74 57 70 32 pi 51 42 Lakers to Meet Collegiate Cage All-Stars Tonight CHICAGO, Oct. 21. (AP)-Some 18,000 fans are expected in Chicago Stadium tonight to see basketball's all-star game. The Minneapolis Lakers, top pro- fesional team, take on the country's outstanding college stars In the IHh annual cage feature. The Lakers arc champions of the Nati9nal Basketball Association and for the last two years winners over the Collegians. The score last year WHS 04 to B6. The Minnesotans and their magnificent George Mikan face an 11- Yankees' Phil Rizzuto Is AL's 'Most Valuable' By KAl.PH HOOKS' NEW YOHK, Oct. 27, W-Plill ifeu.o. who was chased out of the Polo Oromids nnd Eljbets Field because lie was "too small" | s the mcst valuable player In the American League for toso. * Klraufo, the little gamecock who J\ It t f I !, ys n " ia " Slml shortstop foi Burnett to Speak At Cage Clinic AAA Secretary to Talk On Relationship of Coaches and Officials J. M. (Johnle) Burnett executive secretary of the Arkansas Athletic Association, will be one of the principal speakers at the Courier News basketball rules clinic to be held In the Blytheville High School gymnasium Monday night. Mr. Burnett will discuss with Hie basketball conches and officials of the county the relationship between liow and coaches and officials and coaches should rate officials officials rate schools. .Other Instructors nt the clinic will be Ebb Plckens of Jonesboro, a member of the Executive Board of the Arkansas Officials Association and Harold (Trigger) Wall of Manila, president of the Mississippi County Basketball Officials Asso- clntion. Mr. Pickens will discuss rules changes and Interpretations for boys basketball and Mr. Wall will discuss girls rules. The clinic Is scheduled for 7-30 All coaches and officials of the county have been Invited to nttcnd the clinic, which is being held free of charge. The clinic Is nlso open to the public nnd basketball fnns. Ray Robinson Kayoes Olson In 12th Round PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 27. <AP> — The promoters are still marching In She lambs and Ray (Sugnr) Robnson continues to slaughter them. Last night it wns Carl (Bobo) Dlson who faced the Robinson fists, 'resh from tile Hawaiian Islands, 22-year-old Olson tried to win Hob- nson's Pennsylvania-version middleweight championship. All he got !or 5.500 miles of traveling wns his Fourth defeat In 53 fights. Robinson set Olson flown for the count In 1:19 of the 12th round of i scheduled 15 rounder at Convention Hnll. Olson never had » chance. One t!ic world champion New York Vankccs, won the coveted award yesterday with plenty to spare. T The 32-ycnr-old star polled i« of , 23 first place rf? lotcs and 284 of f'iff} ' '"*A n maximum 3'. t/¥" > -0 points in a poll 1 '* ^H^ 5 * *z ** con ductcd by the ( ' ~ >s Baseball Writers Association o f if \ i America. Boston's Billy the Goodman, league's „ champion, finlsh- _ cd a distant scc- Vliil Itizzuto und. Goodman received only four first place ballots and found up with ISO points. Catcher yogi Derra of the Yanks drew the three remaining first place voles and finished third with Mi; points. Williams Third Ted Williams of Boston, last year's winner, finished in a tlirce- wny tie for lotli. Williams drew only seven votes. The great slugger however missed a ^ood part of the season because of n broken elbow Copping the most valuable player award completes Rlzzuto's most brilliant season In the game. Never much or n power hitter the past, Rlzzulo switched to n Johnny Mize model bat at the beginning of the season nnd began hitting for extra bases with the heavier bat. He wound up with 50 extrn base blows and the highest batting average of his major iencuc career. .32-1. Despite tiis slight stature (5-foot- inchcs, 105 pounds) Rizzuto was (he only Yank to piny in every one of his team's games. Rizzuto, n product of the sandlots of New York, attempted to break into pro baseball with the New York;_Gfants and Brooklyn Dodgers back,in the late thirties, but was chased out of the park. He showed up nt n Yankee tryout ami made good. Rizzuto came np to the Yanks from Kansas City in IQ41 and hit -307. He wns ill the Navy from 1SJ43 to 1945. Rizzuto rejoined' the Yanks in 194(i and hn been a tower of strength ever since. man array including: Don Rchfcldt. Wisconsin; Paul Arizin, Villanova; Iran D.imbrot New York City College; Dick Schnittkcr, Ohio State; Gerry Cal-, St.. John's; Kevin OShen, Notre Dame; Bob Cousy. Holy Craw; Don Loftgrim, San Francisco u.; Charley Cooper. DuQurane; •llm Riffey. Tulanc, and Charley Shear. Bowling Green, (Ohio). The Harlem Globetrotters play the United States stars In a warm- up feature. Pirate Official riints Rickey Deal Is Being Planned PITTSBURGH. Oct. 27. (/TV-An executive of the Pittsburgh PliVtto.-, today voiced the first official hint that a Rlckey-to-Ptttsburgh deal Is underway. Tome Johnson. Pirates' treasurer, made this comment on persistent reports that Brooklyn boss Branch Rickey is on his way to the steel city 'Even If John Galbrenth nnd inilcly that (general manager) Roy Hamey will remain with the or- gnnfzation." Galbrcath, n Columbus. O., real estate mogul, is president of the Buc organization. Hamcy hns been Pittsburgh front office boss since 1046 when the present owners of the Pirates took over. LOOK AND LISTEN ... TO THIS! Don't pay mora for Fire and Automobile Insurance when you can get profedion at cosf when you imure with your own COTTON FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE ASS'N. "Saving Policy Holdon Thousands Yearly" THEN GO SEE RAYMOND ZACHRY, Agent 200 Isaacs Bldg. Phone 3490 judge gave !>im n round ivlijjc the other judge and the referee- called one round even and gave Robinson the rest. A low blow cost the champion the nth. Olson, who never hit the canvas before in his career, called Robinson, "the greatest fighter I've ever seen. He's awfully smart. I thought he finished me with n right to the MAJOK UCAGUKIIS KEI.AX-Membcrs^f Hnrry Walker's barnstorming major league All-Sllrs are shown relaxing In a make-shift dugout before the,, exh.bitlon game with a Mississippi Cound ^, Z cam . Armorel yesterday. Prom ,eft to r.ght are Car, Ersldnc of the Brooklyn r^>d ers, B <, i e Mul ° bt - --Cardinals, Pete Castiglione o/ Pittsburgh, nnd Johnny wyrostek of ,l,e Cincinnati Reds nnon Dyer, (back to camera) managed the semi-pro team. The All-Stars won 12-4. IS Luxera 40 fo 0 Indian Mentor Rook Shifts Linemen and Backs in Easy Game JOINER. Ark-.. Oct. 27—Shawnee Indians snapped out of tlieir losii hend but the ivav my side feels there's not much'doubt what did In retaining his Pennsylvania 160-pound crown. Robinson won his lIBlh fight in 121 efforts. Only a defeat by the middleweight champion m the other 47 states. Jake LaMolta, nnd two draws blot the Robuuon record. n c has licked La- Motla four times Irance last night nnd ran rude over the wintess Luxorn Panthers I n Rame played here. The score w: •10-0. The Indians made a rout of tl same early and then Coach w i Rook shifted his team around pu ting backs in the line nnd llncmc in the backfield, giving every hoc a chance to play. Aubrey Robertson got the scorlr underway in a hurry racing yards around end in the first qua lor for the initial touchdown. The Sonny Hoiismnn, the Indians b linltbnck, broke over center lor 2 yards in the second quarter for nn other marker. Lame ran the extr point, Later In the second period Lsn broke into the scoring column agali slicing over tackle from six yan out for the third touchdown. Rob crlson circled end for the cxtr point nnd the ndtans led 20-0 hnlftimc. 30-Yard Run Scores In the third quarter Roberlso scored again going 30 yards aroun cud Housman gut the extra noin and Shawnee led 27-0 after thrc periods of piny. Luxora took to tile air In th fourth quarter with B, Tatc hittin his brother w. Tale with n aass a the snnwncc 38. But W. Tatc trie to laternl off and Fmilk, a rcserv Indian back, grabbed the intcra and raced 62 yards down the side line for n touchdown. Midway in the fourth quarte Housman dealt the Panthers mar misery, bucking .down the micidl for 21 more yards and nnothe touchdown. Strcctcr got the cxtr point to complete the scoring. . As the game ended the Indian were well on their way to anothe score, owning the ball on the Lux ora one foot line. Starting Unct'ns: W. Tfite I'E. Cunninyhatn . LT. Bennett LG. Barnes c. Bnrcll RO. Holiinger RT. RE. Lunsford , !U. linrch Looncy Stanford . Tate . Substitutions: HB. HIi. FB. Shnwnc .. Adam Sulce Housmai Richard B. Spec! . Chi We r Felt L. Spnck . Ktrcctc Roljcrtsni ... Lnruc Luxorn — Stovnl! Gentry. Tolcs, Woolvcrton. and M,.. Adoo. Shawnee—Goudcnnx. Faulk Kelly. Brndshaw, Hill. Wilson B ley and Stacks. PAY LESS GET MORE Porkers Favored Over Vctndy ««»'W'WH,Sin«J IK tH,S rHOIBGTUr FIH «Ult$U«. By CAR I, 1SKLL UTTLE ROCK. Oct. 27 MV- Vanderbilt pits its Bill Wade, national passing yardage lender, against Arkansas' stingy aerial defense here tomorrow in the sternest test cither has faced this year. Apparently the odds-makers think the defense Arkansas borrowed from the Philadelphia Eagles, who proved Ils mettle In the puss-happy pro game, is the better. They have installed the thrice-beaten Razorbacks as seven-point favorites over the Commodores, who have won four of five starts. plcted 42 of 79 tosses for 972 yards —an average of 194.5 per game- add 12 touchdowns. 25,000 to See Game Arkansas has yielded nn average of only 88 yards a game through the air. Only two touchdowns have been scored against the Razorbacks by passing in five games. .So far this year Wade hns coin- Actually, most of the expected 25.000 who'll witness the brawl in War Memorial Stadium probably IK looking for a score closer " Iliiw the seven-point edge used n the belting. In the first meeting of these intcrsectional rivals, Arkansas scored a 1-6 victory last year- The Riuorbacks seem to be satisfied they can stop the Commodores if they can stop Warte. the nntion's third-ranking individual In total offense with 1,026 yards rushing nnd passing. Arkansas' hopes rest, on its rushing attack, if past performance means anything. And this weapon will be dulled by injuries. Rny Parks, the Porkers' top ground-gainer, has a knee ailment and Conch Otis Douglas snys he won't play tomorrow. Sammy Fiiro. who started the sen- son ahead of Parks at right halfback. Is favoring a month-old in- . jury and duty. is due to see only spot lopples 25 to 0 Four Goal Lin* Stands Required To Ward Off Fo« Coach Earl Stabler's Papooses kept their undefeated, untied and tinseored-on record intact last night, rolling over Marked IVee for the second time this season 25-0. The game was played al Marked But It took four sterling goal line stands by the paps' big forward wall to keep their end zve un-penetrated. Four times during the game the Junior Indians drove Inside the Blytheville time and four times they were thrown back by the Paps's hustling forward wall which played one of its best games, The Paps' touchdowns were Distributed evcnely among four players. Halfback Tommy Mosley scored for the paps in the first quarter fullback Bob Childress nnd end Billy Gilbow each 'scored in the second fr/une nnd quarterback Raph Snyder scored in the third stanza. The paps scored on the very first play of the game with Mosley racing 80 yards. The opening kickoff sailed into the end zone and Blytheville got the ball at the ->a Mosley found a hole nt tackle, broke through me line nnd outran the secondary going all the way Kenneth Fisher kicked the extra point. Childress got his touchdown early in the second frame. Tnklng n Marked Tree punt at inldfield, the Paps drove for three straight first downs to the Marked Tree three from where Childress plowed over A pass from Snyder to Billy Hill set up the touchdown. Moslcy-to-Gilbow Toss Scores A'fter this touchdown, the Indians began to roll and drove deep into Blytheville first down territory. They got on the Blytheville 10 but lour plays carried only to the Rocky Predicts Win Over Janiro Roci. » NEW YORK, Oct. 27. <AP)_He'« not as vicious In th« rln» u h« used to be but Rocky Qraiiauo jtill talks a tough fight. "I'll knock hun stiff," said Rock who meets Tony Janiro in a ten round bout at Madison tu u » r .Garden tonight. They drew In their first clash last March »J. The Rock Is » ] to j cholc. (Q win over blond Tony, a flashy boxer from Youngstown, o. Tony, however, declares he'i in his best shape ever and Til vear him out. Rocky's slow and tasy t o hit and I may even knock him out" Some 14.000 Inns, mostly follower* of the wild-swinging New Yorker are expected to show up for th* reopening of the Garden boxing season. The main event .starting at 9 pm (CST), will be broadcast by A.BO and telecast by N.B.C. three and the Paps look over In the third quarter, the Pans scored again with Mosley passiiiK from the so to Gilbow at the 35 Gilbow picked his way over the remaining 35 yards for the touchdown. The Indians started to mov« through the air but a pass interception wtiich gave Blytheville it» last touchdown, checked the drive Snyder pulled down one of the aer' lals at the Marked Tree 35 and went over for his touchdown untouched The Indians threatened three more times in the last half They drove to the five once but were checked. Then cnme buck to move to the one-foot line but the Pans held again and punted out. TJ» punt was returned to the aii'thM- yille one and again the big line dim m and on .third down „ Marked Tree fumble was recovered at the •joal. Starting for the paps were Drewy ODell and Billy Gilbow at ends Kelly Jones nnd Bill Michael a t tackes; Robert BlrmingiiHm and Bill White at guards; Leon Privett iU center; Ralph Snyder at quar- lerbiick; Tom Mosley and Norbett Blnnkenship at halfbacks; and Bob Childress at fullback. H i Awarding of famous Grand Prix d'Honneur a dramatic tribute to Kaiser's Anatomic Design! America has li.iilrd tLc 1951 Kaisrr as ils most licniitifnl sedan. This nward makes it — allovci the world I In competilion wilh the most expensive American, lirilish, French and llnlian cars-tunny ol them ciistom-l>nilt-lhe 1951 K.tiR-r ecd.-ifi won the Grand Prize at tht- recent Concours d'Elcgance aulomo!>jTe exposition at C.inncf, France! Considered hy leading automohile designers as the world's higher! honor, tliii award is indeed a dramatic tribute to Kaiser's Anatomic Design. This ia proof indeed that Kaiser's new principle ol tnolor cai design Mends hc.inly, comforl, case of handling and safety far hcttcr than any other car in the world [ Visit jour Kaiscr-Fraicr dealer now! Go lor Kaiser's Anatomic Kide toiiay! Von too will agree it's the world's most Itcauliful car ... in fitly respect 1 v •C/fM ef o tMay Jljfti ana /J vMtll Hfjrfi-tilaltt Dnct arailatlt 11 alt at dl>? coir. l«Ht i» littr UK Bist H tlx Dirt j rnu-iriniq fttlilj! \«»T g,,r. m ccps Ilic landscape because Kaiser's Anatomic Design protiilcs larger Windows and uimkliicM. slimmer, 3fi?«l-^(7cA- corner po^ts... clinii- nalcs ''lih'nd *pols"! tmmmiii tllttjl Anatomic Design provides a Tnckaway Tire \Vcll... puts the spare lire umlrr llic hrg- Ragc spare no! i>i it! The rcstill i< n\f>rc Inppage room ... Ic^cl and uncluttered. 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