The Commercial Appeal from Memphis, Tennessee on September 20, 1959 · 90
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The Commercial Appeal from Memphis, Tennessee · 90

Memphis, Tennessee
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Sunday, September 20, 1959
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'- ' K 1 s v I S S - - V v tow w-"- w m w w wm nn m m y w - v 'M S 'NNrf 'W-® to ' I t ' I 4 SPORTS SECTION THE AIR-BORNE FOOTBALL shooting out of a Tulsa ptayar's grain becomes Arkansas property with Jonnny Raids guird Johnny Raids (43 at far loft) eventually making Arkansas Handles Tulsa With Hogs Strike Early Mooty And Monroe Figure In All Scoring In Opening Game sr n uwiiiu fnm FAYETTEVILLE Ark Sept 19— The Razorbacka of Ar-kansas smothered the Univer- sity of Tulsa Golden Hurricane 2M Saturday behind the hard-running of Jim Mooty and Jim Monroe who figured in all the scoring ' The Razorbacka caught the Tidaana butter-fingered and wrapped up the game in the first half with three quick touchdowns : ‘ Halfback Mooty scored the first touchdown and quarterback Monroe went across for two others and wu on the firing end of a 23-yard touchdown pass to end Steve Butler Meoty Takes Off - Mooty'a 40-yard broken field run on Arkansas' way to its fourth and last touchdown in the third quarter wu the best pieca of naming in a game characterized by short Razor-back ground f Jabs' and late frantic aerial attempts by the Tulsans- i ' £ i i ' The Hurricane’s touted paseer quarterback Jerry ? Keeling found the airlanes blocked The Western’ Carolina 44 Carson-Razorbacka themselves took to Newman 0 SOUTHWEST Arizona State (Flagstaff) 16 Idaho State 7 McMurry (Texas) 17 Howard Payne -8 New: Mexico State 29 ‘New Mexico 12 Southwest Texas State - 14 Texas Lutheran 12 Texas Western 43 Mexico U 8 Texas AAI 30 Trinity (Texas) 12 Tyler 18 Victoria 6 EAST American - International 14 Quonaet Point 0 - Bridgeport 20 Norwich 6 California (Penn) Teachers 26 SL Vincent 0 Carnegie Tech 7 Slippery Rock 0 - Clarion 13 Edinboro 0 Connecticut 35 Springfield (Mass) 8 C W Post 31 Montclair Teacher 12 East Stroudsburg 22 Kutz-town i Geneva 35 U S Coast Guard Academy 0 Ithaca 58 Brandeis 8 Mansfield Teachers 7 Brock-port Teachers 6 Massachusetts 21 Maine 16 Randolph-Macon 13 Millers-ville 12 Rhode Island 8 Northeastern 8 Shlppensburg 13 Bloomiburg T - St Lawrence 28 Queens (Ontario) 7 Trinity 14 Denison 14 (tie) Waynesburg 0 Grove City (tie) West Cheater Teachers 13 VUlanova 7 MIDWEST Adrian 7 Defiance 6 Albion 27 Ohio Northern 6 Alma 42 Indiana Central 14 Akron 29 Mt Union 23 Augustan (S D) 22 North Dakota U 7 Augustan (111) 10 Carthage Butler 27 Bradley 9 Carroll 33 Whitewater 13 Central Michigan 21 Western Michigan 15 Coe 22 Rlpon 13 1 Concordia (Minn) 36 St John's (Minn) 6 Concordia (Neb) 7 Midland 0 Cornell (Iowa) 14 Carleton 0 Dayton 6 Richmond 3 Eau Gain 8 Oskhosh 0 Guatavus Adolphus 30 SL Thomas 6 Hanover 25 Manchester 13 Heidelberg 35 Bluffton 0 Hlilsdale 29 Northern Michigan 20 Hope 20 Depauw 7 Blinoia College 32 Central (Mo) 28 Illinois Ndrmal 22 Ball Stats 6 Indiana State 7 Eutem Illinois I low Stats 4L Drake 0 Soviets Invade- : MOSCOW Sept 19— (AP)— A itrong Soviet Union team left by air for the world pentathlon championships Karting in Harrisburg Penn Sept 26 The Russian team incluaei the two-time world champion Igop Novi-toy Additional Football Results Sm tfca MOST COMPLBTC STOCK af MSW MODEL Qlbson Guitars and Amps (iMlUiag Whm) sad AapUHu ITA87INO AT $5050 MELODY MUSIC SHOP tStt roll — -Jut KI VlSiet" — FA 4-47M THE COMMERCIAL tho recovery 1 Hard tackling was a factor In tho Porkers' -21-0 victory - ' " ' i -OTtTtephot Knox 8 Lawrence 7 La Crime 56 St Norbert 36 Lincoln (Mo) 30 Missouri Mines 14 Macalester 34 Hamline 13 Michigan Tech 12 Winona (Minn) 0 Monmouth 8 Grinnell 6 Morningside 20 Omaha 7 Muskingum 36 Marietta 24 North Central 13 Anderson 6 North Dakota State 22 South Dakota U 22 (tie) Northern Illinois 35 Wheaton 9 Northeastern ' Oklahoma 27 Memphis Navy 0 Olivet 25 North Park 0 Otterbein 39 Findlay 14 River Falla 13 Stevens Point 7 Panhandle A&M 14 McPherson 0 Sioux Falla 14 South Dakota Tech 0 SL Olaf 28 Beloit 0 Stout 13 SL Cloud 7- Superior 46 Northland 6 Toledo 20 Eastern Kentucky 2 Taylor 16 Franklin 0 - Wabash 27 Kalamazoo 7 - Western Illinois 40 SL Am-broae 7 Wooster 6 Ashland 6 (tie) Xavier (Ohio) 28 Louisville 13 ‘ Youngstown 13 Tennessee AAI 12 ' - FAB WEST College of Idaho 18 Eastern Washington 0 Colorado State U 9 College of the Pacific 6 : - Pudget Sound 7 Pacific Lutheran 6 ’ San Francisco State 28 Humboldt State 9 Western Montana 20 Rieka 0 Whitworth 19 Williametta 0 MISSISSIPPI PREP Jackson Central 13 Tupelo 0 PROFESSIONAL Cleveland Browns 33 Chicago Bears 31 (Exhibition) Detroit Lions 31 Washington Redskins 14 (Exhibition) New York Giants 17 San Francisco 49ers 13 (Exhibition) Edmonton 32 Saskatchewan (Canadian League) Ottawa 43 Montreal 6 (Canadian League) ' ' ' ' SERVICE Ft Meade 28 Newport (RD Navy 6 NEGRO ' Arkansas AMAN 55 Mississippi Industrial 0 Alcorn AAM 42 Leland 0 Bluefield State 8 Allen 6 Grambling 48 Bishop 6 Lane 22 Kentucky State 20 Morris Brown 13 North Carolina College 6 Norfolk Slat 22 Central Ohio State IS Rust 12 Touglaoo 6 Texas College 28 Paul Quinn 6 Virginia Union 8 Elizabeth City 0' AUSSIE NET PROS WIN ‘ " - ' Promoter Kramer Bows To Rosewall 8-6 6-4 WEMBLEY England Sent WEMBLEY England Sept 19— (AP) — Australians Frank Sedgman Ken RoaewaU Mer-vyn Rom and Mai Anderson won their opening matches in the London Indoor professional tennis championships Saturday night Sedgman had an easy 6-2 6-2 win over fellow Australian Peter Molloy ' Promoter Jark Kramer put up a tough fight against RoaewaU before losing 8-6 6-4 Rom defeated Rudy Bottke rf Germenv aji Ruay Bottke of Germany 6-3 6-1 Anderson defeated Australian Peter Cawthorn 6-4 6-4 Jamboree Today The Exchange Gub is sponsoring a Football Jamborea at the Riverside Park Partition at 1:30 this afternoon The Jamboree will kick off foe '59 season of foe South Memphis Pee Wee League -s Hollywood Tonoos For Mon! tairtwtibial Foabody Shop wh‘l ftobtor XaiMlM MM 4AS-T7S APPEAL MEMPHIS Ease 28-0 Nebraska Spilled By Steady Texas Longhorns Show Power With 20-0 Victory LINCOLN Neb Sept 19— (AP)— The Texas Longhorns deep and speedy launched their football campaign - Saturday with a convincing 200 intersections! triumph over the Nebraska Oomhuskera Two second quarter touchdowns both set up by Nebraska miscues sent the Texans into the second half leading 144) third tally with five minutes gone in the third quarter iced foe victory ter drive highlighted by fullback Don Fricke's 22-yard sprint The thrust bogged down on foe Texas 13 and the Longhorns took possession on downs - A Nebraska fumble recovered by Texas halfback David Russell set foe stage for foe icebreaking Texas ' touchdown Sophomore Jack Collins playing his tint Intercollegiate varsity game skirted right end for two yards to cap the drive on the first play of the second quarter ' r Subsequent IDs were scored by James Saxton another sophomore and Junior Bobby Gur- WitZ Tnu I 14 f Tnu— Cnfltni S ran kMi Tnu antan B ran iLactor Utki Thu— Gunritt 11 pi (kick tllMl BROWN IS TOP DRIVER Takas Four Victories In Stock Races Bobby Brown wu the big star in the stock car racea at Riverside Speedway in West Memphis last night u he racked up four first place victories Brown won the 25 lap Modified Feature in a thrilelr over Bob Gillentine who spun out during the 24th lap Brown also won the Modified Trophy Dash the Second Modified Heat and foe Modified Time Triala Henry Massey won foe 20 lap Stock Feature and Charlie Baker captured the Strictly Stock Feature MnSlfM (to trtJj-W0k V Jot HoUtf amm: JL Tim ITW (nek (to trill— Won to Btoto Vim: S Boas rwBlmtto CtrtctlF ttof trill— Waa to Ctarll later I SM Soktmraitlii i A S Sctchaa Tin 1100 Tint Mark teat— Won to Jinn Wll oth: 1 Bnkto Santera: I Bok Untm nnt BodttM teat— Won to Ta4 Flak I Bar Bull: S Bobto Mirim acoM nock hMt— Wna to Flakr X Al MrDaalri: I Tommy HriUi mom medintd teat— Won to Billy Brai: S Uord Ha ' llirrr jama Bat Jonnwn: awdinta hHi-wm br Browa: Bill? MiXuaj Mithl llirrr JnnM Bnfe MuMm Siiktrt Fur- SS KetofS co&ibr a ksSnSif? irti tot Hin Vue eann—L t KoaO c M GonUhr t S4 I J T Grrrn: 10 Braciiai Mod If IH frailly terit— Wh to Bran ri i Bnt I RlUrntlna Stork taatarr— Won ky Mai I Von: mti 4 X S Head: L dark Zmrrtna McDanlri: 7 Pnnlntton: X San Ray Walla: IXSindtri —Won by arnim: X 4 Bum X Glllmilte I Jack Mccny: Flak 4 Jobs Stos I Bt: i Vine Oaok Ottawa Signs Parilli OTTAWA Sept 19-(AP)-The Ottawa Rough Rider today signed quarterback Vito 'Babe' Parilli 30 cut by foe Green Bay Packers of the National Football League earlier this weelt' aixJoot 190-pound PariH from the University of Kntnn Kentucky quarterbacked ’ the NFL club during the 1952-53 and 1957-58 season INSTALLED Indndlng Labor hrt I19TM ‘ Otto Ml Firm NO DOWN PAYMINT rr Xw4 Met h tint PAY 111 MONTHLY Ftm Tewlag Automatle Transmlteleu Installed— Repaired 0M Daily l:S AM Dlxlo Auto Forts WH8-7M7 UN S Third SUNDAY MORNING Browns Nip Bears On Late Field Goal Groza's Last Minute Kick’ Gives 33-31 Edge CLEVELAND Sept 19-(AP) —Veteran Lou Groza kicked a 41yard field god with 11 aecbnha to go his second of the evening aid the Cleveland Browns dammed the previously unbeaten Chicago Bears 33-31 Saturday night V The eBari trailed' 30-14 the fourth quarter opened hut rallied for their only lead in the ' game as quarterback Ed Brown’s passes began clicking It wu Cleveland's second victory of tiie exhibition season The 1 Browne " scored early Fullback Jim Brown went 70 yarda up foe middle for a touchdown in the second play from scrimmage but that conversion wea blocked by Eric Barnet who also Mocked a Groza try for a field god in the second quarter Bobby Mitchell on a 10-yard sweep and Ed Mod-zelewski going four yarda after Cleveland Bernle Parrish intercepted a pais by Brown gave the home club a 20-0 lead The Bean scored their first touchdown late in the second period on an eight-yard pau play from Brown to Jim Dooley Groza's first field goal a 20- yarder made it 23-7 at halftime Urn team trade touchdown! EM"8" " in the third period Brown pol- " “ wraopiiu (- ished off an 80-yard drive with a two-yarder to Johnny Morris Mitchell got his second touchdown an a 17-yard sweep Brown's passing led to a touchdown as foe fourth period opened Rick Casares tallying from one yard out John Aveni picked a 17-yard field goal and then Brown engineered another coring drive with nesses to Dooley and Harlan Hill Willie GaUimore made the touchdown from the three to give the Bean their onl’ lead with little more than a minute to go Quarterback Milt Plum's passes to Preston Ckrpenter put Cleveland into position for the winning goal 5 FAVORED BOAT SPILLS 1 Take Lad In Hydro Regatta WASHINGTON Sept 19 -(AP)— Roaring Mias US 1-with favored Maverick spilled out of contention — Saturday captured two heats and led six Mg hydroplanes into the final run of the President’s Cup Regatta on the Potomac River Maverick the leading boat on foe 1959 hydro circuit overturned during the first 15-mile heat and wu knocked out of the regatta Veteran' driver Bill Stead came out of (he spill with no serious injuries L Maverick herself apparently escaped major damage Miss US 1 foe President's Cup defender with redheaded Don Wilson again in the cockpit thundered to a new 15-mile heat record for the capital's annual speedboat classic He averaged 109311 for the second 5-lap spin bettering the 1957 rate of 107827 set by Hawaii Kai m with little Jack Regas at the wheel Hawaii Kai now owned by Joe Maacari of Long Island N Y and driven by Ron Musson burned out a piston in the first heat Saturday and was beached Misa Bardahl throttled along by Bill Brow for Seattle’s Ole Bardahl also wu hauled back to the pita toe good with a snapped rod Uke Maverick and Kai Min Bardahl will miss Sunday's closing heat LIONS CHEW REDSKINS Detroit Scores 21 Points In Final Quarter ' DETROIT Sept 19 — (AP) — The Detroit Lions played under wrap most of foe way but came alive with 21 points in the final period and defeated Washington Saturday night 31-14 in a National Football League pro-season contest ' Terry Barr provided the only excitement in an otherwise listless game with two spectacular runs in foe final period The former Michigan star raced 85 yards with a - punt return early in the quarter for a touchdown then in the lut minute and a half aped 82 yarda with an interception for his second core John Henry Johnion bolted 32 yarda up foe middle for Detroit's other last period TD SEPTEMBER 20 1959 Spikes’ Long Run Provides TCU With Winning TD Kansas Beaten 14-7 ’ Despite Soph's 98-Yard ' Return Of Intercepted Pass ' - irito AunmtK mu - FORT WORTH Sept 19— Power-driving Jack Spikes broke through for a 64-yard run to set Texas Christian up for a 14-7 victory over Kansaa Saturday night Spikes smashed through right tackle and wu in the ‘clear but speedy Curtis McClinton overhauled him on the eight Three playa later Larry Dawson passed to Jimmy Gilmore for the touchdown that put TCU ahead to stay : But Spikea’ valiant run could not compare with a Kansas sophomore's dash in the second quarter John Hedl pitying his first varsity game snared a TCU pau on his own two The crowd roared as he Moke into the clear then groaned as he dropped the ban within five yards of the goal The ball bounced Hadl snared it a second time and went over to complete a 98-yard return John Suder kicked the extra point to complete the Jayhawkera onlv scoring effort The Homed Frogs scored in the first period - when Harry Moreland bounced off the center -of the line circled right and made the one yard to paydirt R E Dodson kicked foe extra point as he did in the fourth when Gilmore caught the touchdown pau A crowd of 25000 viewed foe non-conference conteat in 80-degree - weather - that visibly tired foe players and caused frequent substitutions KlMM 9 TCU ! I w TCU— MntttaaS 1 m m toteon' NC STATE IN SQUEAKER Virginia Tech Nipped In Last Quarter 15-13 NORFOLK Vi - Sept 19 -(UPI) — Third string quarter- back Gerry Manclni heaved an end-over-end pau to halfback I an( 41r Force Base team from Bemie Latusick in a 72yardj " Antonl°-coring play in the lut period! Saturday night to give North Carolina State a 1S13 win over-Virginia Tech Mancini's desperate fling whidi barely neaped the out- stretehed fingers of two Tech defenders followed a 36-yard Tech scaring pass from Gobbler halfback Alger Pugh to - end Carroll Dsle- It left a 44-yard field goal in the first- period - by-Ron Wojclcki’ Wolfpack quarter-: back u foe deciding score in foe first "Good Neighbor” bowl game before 12000 fans Tech plagued by fomblu and penalties traded 9-0 at half-! time hut surged into foe lead on Pugh's pass and a third period pass Interception by center Rickey Tolies who rambled -52 yarda to score with foe help of a key Mock by Dale- ! Highly t o u t e d sophomore quarterback Roman’ Gabriel paced foe Wolfpack on a 76-yard coring - drive in foe kecond period climaxed when he vaulted over the middle for the final yard : - j'-- WORLD MARK IS TIED Golden Notes Equals Tims For 6 Furlongs CHICAGO Sept 19-CAP)-Golden Notes 5-yearold gelding owned by King Ranch equalled the world record for 64 furlongs Saturday while winning foe 128400 Midwest Handicap at Hawthorne Golden Notes ridden by Lois C Cook was timed in 1:14 4-5 while defeating Hasty House Farm's Aiarullah by a hud This tied the record established by Tyhawk last Feb 11 at Turf Paradise Phoenix Ariz The Canadian-bred Tyhawk a 4-yearold carried 117 pound Golden Notes shared high weight of 124 pounds with Fred W Hooper's Alhambra which finished third Golden Note favorite of 18-657 fans paid $400 3260 and 3220 Aiarullah paid $320 and $220 and Alhambra returned $240 ALL WORK GUARANTEED IN WRITING All Othtr US Cars $995 and $1295— Nona Higher Bonded Finest Quality— Guaranteed I Yaap— 20000 Miles One Hoar Service— Drive la— Coll For Appt Open Daily 8 AM to 6 PM - Monday and Thur Evas til 9 PM 3086 Summar Avtnuo Mamphfs Phono FA 3-2603 CAR CHECKED FOR AUTO INSPECTION WARD WINS AUTO RACE Takas His First National Championship-'- I INDIANAPOLIS Sept: 19 — (AP)— Rodger Ward of Indianapolis ‘ won the rich Hoosier Hundred auto race Saturday and nalle down his first national big car racing championship in 14 years of competition The car driven by Tony Bet-tenhausen of Tinley Park HL the defending USAC champion and only driver who had an outside chance - to catch Ward cracked up a little over halfway through the’ race but escaped injury' Ward : and car - owner Bob Wilke of Milwaukee will shore 311675 out of a total purse of 136917 Mggeat ever paid for a dirt track race : ATC Ahead 1-0 DAYTON Ohio Sept 19-(AP)— The Air Training Command won the Air Force’s worldwide softball tournament in an extra-innings game Saturday defeating the Pacific Air Forces’ team 14) in the championship finals The ATC team was represented by the Lack- HEW '59 CHEVROLET MOST MODELS STILL AVAILABLE PRICES CVT TIL IT HURTS FOUR DEMONSTRATORS LEFT Two With Factory Air-Condition JPe’re Not Blowing! v Wefve Showing Why Nearly Everybody Likes FOOKS BURNEY COLLIERVILLE Idaho Upset LOGAN Utah Sept 18— (AP)— Utah State stunned the highly favored Idaho Vandala Saturday with a 1441 victory A tough Aggie defense smothered the Vandal who ' produced threatening drivea in foe first third and fourth quarter CHAIN lAWT CHAIN SAW rABTS KHAIM Tribaugh Elactrie Sirvica I Sales Inc ill N Mila 8t M Mfff v Business Opportunity 3's Here's the Most Sought-Aftar Business FranduM ( - In America! -If jrau want to to lndepeo drat and awn your own profitable buolnaaa — Investigate the Complete Firestone Free-cMw! 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