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PAGE SIX BT/VTIJEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, DEC. 8, 19M Blytheville Fails to Place Man On Arkansas'All-State Team • Blylheville's Chickasaws failed lo place's man on the J952 class A A all-stale team selected by the State's coaches . • Jonesboro placed two on thfe first team, and Caindeh, slats champions, placet! three, —' • * Blythcvllle'a Montroa Holland With Kentucky Out, Who'll be Cage King? NEW YORK (AP) — With the University of Kentucky silting on the sidelines, the haltlfc for the No. 1 spot in collegiate basketball- figures to be more wide open than ever this season. Class A Tourney Slated lor Manila Osceola, Wilson Get Other Events A three-team tournament for Mississippi County's Class A basketball schools will be run off hi Manila Feb. 19 nncl 21. spokesmen of the Mississippi Coimtj' Athletic Committee announced .toclny. Blytheville, Manila and Leach- vllle are the only three teams In the county with nn A classification. The tournament will really deride very little as the county Is authorized to send three teams to the district tournament anyway. Junior, tournament will be run off on these same elate*. The county's Class,B tournament will be played In Wilson's spacious gymnashmt Feb. 23-28. This will be for boys and girls teams of all schools. The,Class B Junior boys and girls will play at Osceola Feb. 16-21. The Class A. tournament Is the first to be held-since 1948 when It was played at Blytlievllle. Secret on Mot Show Tonight Chief -Lane; Eagle,. Rtdie Malone «nd Lester Welch will attempt to unmask Dark Secret, tonight in the weekly American Lcetan wrist- ling show. The Secret, a masked, anonymous wrestler, will team with Bill Canny and Leo Newman In a t\\o of three fulls lag match. Princess Jaunita, who accompanies Lone Eagle, will be pounding her tom-toms somewhere around the ring. Preliminaries will find Canny meeting Maicne, Lorie Eagle facing Newman and Welch going after the mysterious Dark Secret. First matches begin at 8'15. Osceola, Wilson Juniors Tonight Tonight will mark the thhd time In the 1D52-53 junior high basketball season the junior teams of Osceola y,ill seek their first victory. Both the girls and boys teams lost lo Kelscr In regular seasonal play and [he two teams dropped thefr first garni* In-the Luxora Invitational Tournament last week. Wilson will furnish the opposition tonight on the Junior Scml- noles home court at >7:30. Probable starting lineup for the girls: Betty Clare Bowles, Anna Beth Morrow and Fonda Weldon at the forward slots and Jennie C-illenline, Connie Kissell and Melba Jones at the guard positions For the boy: Tom Pat Hartley, 3. W. Reese, Lyman Shocnwke, Ben vTaliaferrc and Coy Peepers will probably get the nod from Coach Charlie Adair. + , Kentucky cancelled Its schedule this season oh n recommendation of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, .which said the Institution lind violated NCAA rules concerning iiibsidlftatton and eligibility. The school, ranked No. I 111 the final Associated Press poll last season, accepted the NCAA decision but said It felt the .punish mcnt was harsh. Of course, it's too early to start picking a : successor to. the Wild cats bitt several club.? seem to have championship potential. One of these is La Salic o( Philadelphia. The Explorers surprised everybody last season by winning 'the National Invitation. Tournament In Madison Square Garden. Four Back Four of the players which sparked the team are back again this year. Saturday'. iilghl the Kxplorers whipped Niagara, 181-76, for their second straight victory. However, the NCAA champion and collesinte Olympic representative — FCnnsns — has lost Us big scoring giant, Clyde Lovellette, and for this reason doesn't figure lo repeat ai cllher NCAA or Big Seven king. Kansas state seems to have the edge In this circuit/but It had to go Into overtime Saturday before defeating Drake. 19-13. The Midwest seems to have more than Its share of lop teams. Illinois, champion of the Big Ten, looks, like- the: best bet in Hint conference RRaln.' 1 We'll get a good line in ilie.Illlnl Wednesday njshl, when they 'start .their season against Lo.vcTn of Chicago, one of the ranking Independents. Irish dish Nolle Dame struck an early Mow for national recognition by taking a 11-10 squeaker from highly rated Indiana; Tn the East, Scton Hall looms right behind La Salle.' Paced by sl\-foot-elevcn iWalt Dukes. Scion Hall has racked up three straight wins. With Kentucky out of action, Louisiana Slate figures to capture the Southeastern Conference crown LSU swamped Pensacotn'Naval Saturday, 107-59. In the Far West, cxpeits think the title will be . decided between California and Washington. Saturday, Cal • rapncd San. Francisco. 6-1-3:1, and Washington whipped Utah, 71-56. . , In the Southwest the picture Is cloudy. If any team rales.an edge. It looks to be Arkansas^ because of its seven-toot Billy Hestci. showed up us a-third learn end and tackle Qulncy Hodge, center Leon Privett and backs Bol) Chlldress and Tommy \fosley gained honorable mention. Rogers, loser to Camden for the title, placed two men as did Joncs- boro. District H winner. Five other schools were ropre. jcnted on the 12-man team named by, the mentors. The coaches picked five backs (o go with * rook-rlbbcd forward wall. Camdens' ace passer and field general, Bobby Galling, headed Iho hackflcld which Includes Rogers' powerful fullback, Jerry Ferguson, Bobby Rogers, Jones- lioro, Sam Richards, Bcnlon, and "Chnrgln" Ciiarlle Colo of Magnolia. Ferguson Is a junior and Cole s a repeater from the 1D51 eleven. Here Is (he 1052 Class AA All State squad: ..F1KST TEAM Ends — David Maxwell, Camden, and Frank Falls,. Joncsboro. Tackles — Kenneth Davis, Camden, and Ray Culpepper, Malvern. Guards — Fred Mills, Conway and Jimmy Brooks, Sprlngdale. Center — Joe Neil, Rogers'. Hacks — Bobby Galling, Camden; Jerry Ferguson, Rogers; Bobby Rogei'.s, Jociesboro; Charles Cole. Magnolia; and Sam Richards, BenloH. ..SECOND TEAM Ends—Sammy Walters, Magnolia, and Marcus • Emmerson, Forrest City. • ' ' Tncklc.s—Clny Kcmvnrd, Jonesboro, and Lynn Agee, Camden. Guards—Tommy Doyle, Hope, and Curtis Meiroll,-Forrest City. Center—Lester Nnsscy, Camden. Backs—T. J. Reed, Malvern; Jerry DcLazlcr, Spiingdale; Dennis Fulmer, Conway, and Ted Bradshaw. Camden. . Tllllil) TEAM ' ' -Monlroe Holland, Blyllie- Larry Head, Fayette- Bryant to Meet with Arkansas Officials Sometime This Week FAYETTMVILLE (AP) — Paul "Bear" Bryant,'head University of Kentucky football coach, will have his "first interview" with University of Arkansas officials here sometime this week, . •. ; Wilson W. Sharp of Brlnkley, a+ —— : — : : : '• —-— : ' '' Pro Football Kings Have Lost Three MAKING HIS MARK—Chuck Dressen gives Wally Johnson a few pointers as Hie midget player tunes up for a Tony Bow] game at I.is Vegas, iSev. The Dodgers' manager played quarterback In early professional football. (NEA) Keiser, Missco Win Tourney; Osceola Plays SeixGs Upsets Frank Sedgman MELBOURNE. Australia lf> — Crafty Vic Seixas of Philadelphia, whose chances were considered "next to nil," stunned this tennis- mad nation today whipping Frank Sedgman. 8-6. 3-B, 6-3. 6-4, lo win the Victorian championship. Seixas' brilliant victory 'rocketed Uncle Sam's hopes in tlie coming Davis Cup matches—and proved to the 5.000 fans in Koovong stadium that Sertgman is not unbeatable. In becoming the second American to win the title—Don Budge did It in 1937—Seixas ended Sedgman'.s two-year hold on this crown. The U. S. Davis Cup caplain shared honors with Maureen Connolly, the liltle San Diego, Calif., lass who won the women's crown Luxora Wins Pair of Tilts LUXOR A — Luxorn's Senior High baskelecrs won their second straight doubbheader In as many games Friday iilRht wlien they posted wins over the Marlon Tartans. The Panthcreltes. paced by Fannie Lou Cockrell's 33 points, rang the basket twice in the final thirty seconds lo break a tie and grab a 45-41 win, climaxing a strong second half olfense tliat overcame a half-lime five point deficit. The Panthers had no trouble downing the Tartans, with Towles and B. Tate pacing them lo 40-20 victory. The Luxorans posted their initial double victory at Dell earlier last week. Both teams make their first home showing Tuesday night when they entertain the Osceoia Scml- noles and Scmiuoletles In a pair of contests. End, vllic, arid ville. Tackles—Maynai-d Burrows, Forrest .City. • nhd Billy, Cox, Smackover. , . • Guards—Ted Bolt, Benion, and John Sager. Rogers. Center—-Jim Gibson, Conway. Backs—George Tabor, Smack over; Edward Zunign, Sublaco; Earl Roy Wray 1 , Benton and Billy Bock, Sllbiaco. . ..HONORABLE MENTION Ends—Floyd. McCami, Benion; PhirEaslerling, Rogers; Franklin Baker. Rogers; Jim Schcrman, Conway; Lcland Tubbeyfill, Ben- Ion; Jim Yocmn; Hope, and John Alps ley, Magnolia. . Tackles —Quincy Hodge. Blytheville;. Tommy Bvown, Benton; Jewell St-injoii, Mnlvcrn;' Bill Ing- ruin, Sprmgdale; Jerry Hal-rod, tbViTie^ .Frank konlur, Subaco; Gerald Henderson, Conway; Jerry. Thomas, Magnolia;- Ellis Ruthwell, Hope. . Guards-Jimmy Button, Va Buren; Dick Crawford, Jonesboro; Jim Schiftei 1 , Sublaco; Don Crcek- niore, Rogers; .Marvin Gay, Benion; Richard Holmes, Camden anc WInslon .Williams, Magnolia. Centers—Leon Privett, «Blythc - vllle; Tom Hobinson, Fayetteville and Ho\vard Grant, Magnolia. Backs—Carlos Broadwater, New port; Duvall, Rnsscllville; Jerry Yielding, Jonesboro; Bob Clilldress and Tommy Mosley, Blytheville Billy Love and Buddy Bioomficld Rogers; Jnnmy linger,'Sprlngdivle Alan Adams, Fayetteville; Jamca Cranforcl, Malvern; Robert Rogers Henton; Horner Lyford, Conway Bob Westcnnal), Mnlvcrn; IMj Nutty, Conway; Herman Hill, Mai vern; Dean Haley, Benton; Gler Wood. Smackpver; Huie' Ltndsey Camden; Raymond Churcltwell Hope, and Terry Day, Magnolia LUXORA ' — Keise/'s girls and Mlssco's boys were crowned cham- plons of the Luxora Junior High chool Invitational meet In final nind games liere Saturday night. Tile Keiser lasses, who had their nrdest sera]) in a semifinal win er Luxora, grabbed an early firsb lartcr lead over the Dyess six. id, posting ; 12 baskets from the eld, held on for a 31-2G margin. The tall Dycss forwards, held In lock effectively by the Kciscr dc- ense, could muster only three field oais for three quarters, finally ounri the range in. the last quar- er, sinking four more. ^ Twelve out of 21 free shots closed le margin for Dyess. Missco, who had a nine point lad over •. Armorel at. the end of le third quarter, saw that Inar- iu fade in the final stanza be- ore a determined Armorel rally. Three free throws in the final nlmite preserved the 27-24 victory tier Armorel had tied the game t 24-24. . .: . Charles Johnson. Luxora High .chool Athletic Director, presented rophies to .first' and second place .'inncrs ,in both divisions, and nn- .ounced the tourney all-star teams. Kelser dominated the girls' learn ,'ith five jit.ices, Including. Mills, IcGinnis, Smith, Morgan, and Duall. , ' Missco placed two, Lunsford and Bass; Dyess, the second place team, ilaced Tuft, Cline, and Modessett; ind Luxora's Barrfcn and Clark ompleled the selection. For the boys. Missco placed Fort- icr and Anderson; Armorel placed Garrison. Patterson nnd Rhodes; ind Williams of Dycss, Trannum if Wilson, 'Spain ot Kciscr. Clark if Luxora. and Burke of Burdcttc •ounded out this selection. Becky Clark of Luxprn won the girls sportsmanship av;ard anci Jerry Tlhodes of Armorel won thai lonor among boys teams. Passing it Up UNIVERSITY, Miss. (jT) _ Lea Paslay, University of Mississippi halfback, caught two passes against Houston tat the net yardage amounted to just three yards. One was for a seven yard gain. Tlic other for a four yard loss. The O!e Miss sophomore did bel- ter on the pitching end, however, with two completions in two tries for a gain of 35 yards. by defeating Julie Sampson of San Marino, Calif, 6-2. 6-3. Collins Favored Over Solas BOSTON (iT'i—Boston's hard-hit tine featherweight Tommy Colhu i nles a decided favorite to whip for mcr World Lightweight Boxin Champioti Ljiuro Salas of Monte rey, Mexico, tonight in their 10 rounder nt Boston Garden. Tills will be Salas' first start sine he lost- back the crown to Jimrn; Carler last October and just wh; the professional"oddemakers shouli label Collins n 10-4 choice is some what of a mystery. Tills twice-postponed clash ha been a sellout for more than n wee with a throng of 13,909 assured. It the first advance sellout since Bns Ion's pride Jimmy Maloney fough Tom Hccney back in 1930. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Dec. 8 8:15 p.m. 90 Minute Time UmiL -Best 2 Out of 3 Falls Chief Lone Eagle, Eddie Malone and Lester Welch vs. Bill Canny, Leo Newman and The Dark Secret Princes Juanita will b* at ring side- with her drums > Adults 60c—Children 15c Also 3 1-Fall Matches 30 SI in. Time Limit Canny vs. Malone Lone Eagle vs. Newman Welch vs. Dark Secret Semmo/es vs. Luxora With the O.sccoln Seminolcs girls .tain having n game nnd two weeks irnctice uncKr their belts, the boys :eniH under the tutorship oT Coach Leslie Speck will have their fnsi iractlce todity before playing the!] first gp.mo of the 1952-53 season The boys get off lo a late star due to most ot the players* participation in the football program. To morrow night t he t\vo IP a m: will Invade the den of Ihe Tigei: from Luxorn in what should glvi Coach Speck ns Indication of liov. his round ball t&nms will compnr with the. Mississippi Coimt-y squadr as Luxorn is expected to deal on plenty of misery to all count teams on Tuesday and Frid.T lRhls. The Scmiuoletks won In Ua-i first stnrt by a decisive innreh over the "A" nncl "H" teams Sacred Heart of Memphis two week ngo. Many observers pick the Osceol girls to repeat as County and Dls tiEct champions and they have good chance of goinp all the way As for the boys, the fcraciuallo MADE THE OUMWHE SOUR MASH WAY YOU'LL UKE THE FUVO* of Harvey Lee Hill and Warren Weinbcrg left the basketball picture blurred and it will be a question ark until the Seminoles have ken the court against nn oppo- cnt. Coach Speck has been working it with the boys for a week and e squad is loaded with men of in- •cperience but it could deal out ime trouble for someone before le campaign is completed. Probable starting lineup for the eminolettes: Katie Mne Watson, ilrley Cone and Betty Spiers at le forward terminals and Pdtsy eepers, Carolyn Lowe ind Jean river Kendrick at lhe_guard p 0 st-s. The' lineup for the boys will robauly be: HUes Burch, Jimmie olcbaugh, Wade Rogers. Rus-seU uclos nnd Bobby Lindsey. Liurfsey and Rogers are up from ist • year's junior team; Jimmie iolebiULRh is n transfer; Kites urch and , Russell Duclos were lembers of the senior squad last ear. member of the Board of Trustees' Athletic Committee, said yesterday Bryant v/ould come here to :alk about the head coaching position recently vacated by the resignation of Otis Douglas. Bryant said yesterday in Lexington, Ky., thai "my plans after a hunting trip this week are Indefinite." He left yesterday with Gov, Lawrence Wetherby of Kentucky for a hunting trip.In Western Kentucky and Is expected back Thursday- Sharp said lie didn't know the exact date ol Bryants arrival here, adding, however, that the Kentucky mentor "won't meet with (athletic committee) on this trip."- \ ^ Professor Delhcil Swaria, chairman of the University's Faculty Committee on Athletics and of a 3-man subcommittee to screen candidates /or the post, said no meetings have been called for- this week. ' -. He added that "if the circumstances required U" his sub-committee could meet on short notice. Other members are Prof. Charles Cross and Raymond Orr of Pt. Smith. Dr. Swaiiz and Athletic Director John Barnhill are expected to leave here Thursday for Dallas nnd a meeting of the Southwest Conference faculty representatives and athletic directors. They expect to return Saturday or ' Sunday. Bryant has said he would not consider the position until he had talked with University of Kentucky officials. Barnhill said last night that any information concerning coaching applicants would be released, by the sub-committee. B)' ORLO ROBERTSON NEW YORK (AP) — Nobody ever has called Bert Bell a soothsayer but the commissioner of the National Football League has proved himself quite a prognosticate!-. • while the Eagles beat the Washing;on Redskins. The Eagles stayed in the running yesterday by defeating the homeless Dallas Texans, 38-21. At the same time the injury-riddled Giants were knocked out of running, 27-17, by Washington. • Kams Coming The situation is not the same In Ihe National Conference, whei-e the Lions meet the Texans.. winners of only one of their 11 starts, and the Rains, victorious In their last seven games after a slow start, take on the tough Pittsburgh Steelers at Los Angeles. The Lions-Texans game will be played Saturday In Detroit. Detroit squared matters yesterday with the Chicago Bears, winning 4521- to keep pace with the Rams, who beat down Oreen' Bay's pennant hopes, 45-27. » The Steelers, still riding 'the crest of their 63-7. triumph over the Giants a .week ago/likewise put ij quietus to San-Francisco's chances,' winning 24-7. > ' Calling All Lefties WASHINGTON, D. C. (Jf}— The Senator. 1 ? certainly are in need c-f some lefthnnded pitching. And the 1952 records prove it. Lou Sleater, obtained from the Browns andlater sent to the minors, won four games for the 'Nats —the only . victories credited to a southpaw hurler. Mickey Harris, the only other lefty on the Nats' 1952 staff was sold on waivers to the Indians In April. Before the professional season started Bell said .without any ifs and buts, that the winning team in each of the. league's two divisions v/ould lose a't least three games. The standings today show that the commissioner was not talking just to be heard. At the top of the American Conference was a record of eight victories and three defeats are the Cleveland Browns. Heading the • National Conference are the Detroit Lions and the League Chum- pjo:i Los-AngeJes Ranis, also each with an 8-3 mark. . It doesn't look .however, as if the commissioner called his shots so well when he named Sunday, Dec. 21, as the date for the championship playoff game^ between the winners of the two divisions at the site ofr the American Conference victor. If either division Is deadlocked alter Sunday's filial games, n playoff will be necessary on Dec.' 21 to determine the finalists. That would put the championship game back a week. "• .Browns A fa In The Browns, a finalist every year since the defunct Alt America Conference was organized in 1946, already have, clinched at least, a tie in their section. They did that yesterday by shutting out the Chicago Cardinals, 10-0. 7 To be forced into a division playoff with Philadelphia, the Browns will need to lose to the slipping New York Giants at -the Polo Grounds Read Courier News Classified Ads Theyve Coming Kicks and Holds DETROIT (ffi — When Bobby Layne of Ihe Detroit Lions Ikcked an extra point' against the Green Bay Packers recently, Pat Harder held the ball. It.wns the first time in his seven years of professional football that Harder, a place-kicking specialist himself, ever held a ball for such a play. . . 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