The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1954 · Page 7
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January 11, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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W5KDAY, JANUARY 11, 1984 BLYTHKTTLLB (AXKT COURIER NVWI PAOE8ETON Armorel'f Cart Patterson Could Score 7,000 Points in First Year About the hottest thing in Mississippi County basketball belongs to Armorers high Khool. ,..'., .. .'..,.'. >. • , .,. . •* He's a husky, good-looking sophomore named Carl Patterson who is bidding to become one of the highest-scoring cagers Mississippi County has ever produced. Patterson and Nevdham two years < Ezzard Charles Now One of Busiest Heavies By JACK HAND NEW YORK (AP) — While Al Weill trys to "make up his mind" about a winter title defense by heavyweight champ Rocky Marciano, Ezzard Charles keeps on fighting. The ex-champ from Cincinnati, a recent winner over Coiey Wallace at San Francisco, mixes with Bob Satterf->ld at Chicago Stadium Wednesday (CBS-TV). ••The "new" Charles, a chance- ^Sklng fighter, can't afford to let Satterfield get a clean swing at bis jaw. 1 The unpredictable Chi- cago heavy can flatten a man with one punch. Sandy Saddler, the feather weight king who Is home on leave from the Army in Germany, boxes for the first time since March 17, 1952, when he goes against Billy Bossio of Hartsdale, N. Y., Friday %t St. Nicholas 'Arena (ABC-radio, NBC-TV) In a nontitle bout. Fight fans -will watch Saddler's weljht with Interest for there has been speculation that he might not be able to make the 126-pound feather limit. He expects to come in- at 130 for the over-the-weight Patterson, at 15, Is in his first year of high school basketball and he making it a big one. Standing one half inch under the six-foot mar he has scored 435 points in 13 game for an average of 35 per contest. He has a fair chance of cannin 1,000 points in his Initial try high school Basketball and tha would be a feat of no small doing He has hit for the amazing ac curacy percentage of 65.4 and he no choke-up artist either, accordin to his coach, Wayne Needlmm. One of his best efforts this yea was a 41-point game against Oe in the Manila invitational. But de spite this splurge Dell won 64-60. Rival coaches also point out tha Patterson does his share on defen se. Some think his defensive abllit Is equal to his threat as a scorer. All - State a> Turner "He'll hit a lot more shots wit! ,a couple of boys guarding him tha: he will out here taking practic shots," Needham observed as Pat terson fired away during a'practic session at Armorel. "In fact, he gets better under pres sure. It's a pleasure to watch him play." Patterson is no string-bean. H Is wen-muscled, has good legs an moves fast. Last year, as a Junior high playe he made all-county, all-district an all-state, averaging about 25 poln per game. He broke the district scoring re cord for a total and one-game el fort, both. Incidentally, his 35-polnt, one game mark formerly was held b of the finest cagers ever produced 1 northeast Arkansas, who had 31 lr one game. Patterson came within a few poinl of setting the state record, also whil a junior last year. . But from Coach Needham standpoint, the comforting thin about having Patterson, around 1 that he has two more years to g after this one. match. Carmen Basilio may never win ;he world welter title but he mus be the champion of the Saturday night fights (ABC-TV), T!he Canas ;ota, N. Y., welter will be making his seventh appearance on Ray Afcel's series Saturday at Miam against Italo Scortichin iof Italy. Al Andrews, the Saginaw, Mich, boxer who twice beat Chuck Daves makes his New York debut tonigh at Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway against Joey Klein of New York The match will be seen on TV Du Mont) in some sections of the country. 150-POUND GAR — J. C. Prultt (right) and Herbert Belts are pictured eyeing the 150-pound gar they pulled in from Mississippi Elver last week. They hooked him on a snag line, but didn't land him until they looped a chain around his 'neck and played him out. The big fish measures just four inches short of eight feet. The two men were fishing in Chute 35, east of Bassett. (Courier Newt Photo) B TE SIZE — This is a close- up of the mouth of the 150-pound vp r the mouth of the 15-pound predatory gar landed last week by Herbert Betts and J. C. Pruitt. (Courier News Photo) FOR EXPERT SERVICE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF REPAIR PARTS ON ALL OIL AND GAS FIRED BOILERS AND FURNACES Call 8181 CITY ELECTRIC CO. "Swing Horthtatt Arkansas ft Soirthtast Missouri" 109 South Fifth •iythovill* Former Mechanic Is L. A. Golf Open Leader By JACK STEVENSON LOS ANGELES (AP) — Former intercollegiate champion Fred Wampler, a dark horse pacing the S20,000 Los Angeles Open Golf Tournament dominated by other little known pros, led the way into the final round today with a comfortable 5-stroke lead at 206. "I'm going to pity as well u I tnow how today uid see what happens," said the handsome 150- pounder. who physically resembles Ben Hogan and whose game Is built along the same lines. Won NCAA Title Wampler, from Indianapolis, won the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. title In 1950 at Purdue, where he graduated In business administration. But the 30-year-old former B24 flight engineer immedi- ately turned to pro golf and. yesterday gave an excellent account- Ing of himself with a -S-under-par M. Observers felt that if he could tour the 7,000-yard Fox Hills Country Club course In an even par 71 for the final 18 he would be a shoo-in for the {4,000 top prize. Behind nlm at 211 came Jimmy Clark, Laguna Beach, Calif.; Fred Hawkins, El Paso, Tex.; and Bill Nary, Tucson, Ariz. Hunting Hearing on Monday LITTLE ROCK — The Annual Public Hearing on hunt ing regulations will b* held January 18, beginning at 10:00 A. M., in the auditorium of the Game and Fish Commission building. Quail hunters should especially be interested In appearing at the hearing to make suggestions lor Commission action Jn dealing with the 1954 quail season. Since the Commission acted on the advice of hunters to close the quail season January 10, three ___ prior to th* rtcuur hunting period'* doting date, numerous propOMl* hmve been mad* orally or by l*Mw to the Commission regarding the current nuall problem. CloclHf of BMion Talked Rccommendatloni have varied from eloting the season altogether to placing an additional license fee on quail hunters to finance an extenalve restocking program. There la no one single solution to Arkaniai' ever Increasing quail problem, but all bird hunters should avail themselves of this opportunity to make known their withes on thsi important subject. Nary led through the first and second rounds but slipped to a 74 yesterday. Hawkins had a 13 and Clark a 67. Stan Well Back At 212 came Jerry Barber, La Canada, Calif., who had a 69 yesterday; Bud Holscher, Santa Monica, Calif., also 69; and the only two well-known pros in the eight who still are ahead of par, Bud Ward of Great Palls, Mont., and Ed Oliver of Palm Springs, Calif., both carding third round 70s. Palling well off the pace were such stars'as Lloyd Mangrum, the defending champion, with a 71 and 218, just two strokes inside .the qualifying score for the finals. Also down were Gary Middlecoff with 216; Lew Worsliam, among the eaders for two rounds but now at 218 after a 78; and Peter Thomson, the Australian who was runner-up to Hogan In the British open, with 217. At even par 213 were Vic Ohezil, John Serafln, Jack Harden, Art Doerlng, Chick Harbert and Jack Fleck. Jack Burke Jr. and Jimmy Demaret, among the second-round leaders, had a bad afternoon. Burke had a 75 and Demaret ft 14 to put them at 214 with seven others, including former U. S. Open champion Julius Soros. Prank Santore, American Bowling Congress singles and all-events champion, tied for 92nd' position with Tony Sperando in the 1953 doubles event. A review of this part deer season will be presented by Commission personnel and a discussion of changes in these regulations Is also anticipated. Whether Increases in the state's deer herd over the past twenty years make it advisable for the opening of some heavily populated deer areas for the hunting of doe will also come up for discussion, several proposrls to this effect having already been made to the Commission prior to the 1953 deer season. With some minor changes having been made by the Commission last year in the dog regulations to permit the use of beagles to specified closed areas, further discussion and recommendations are expected on this subject, and the possibility of zoning open and closed areas for all types of dogs will be considered. Fur Regulation! Probably the^next most Important Item on the agenda for discussion will be possible changes In regulations governing the taking of fur bearing animals, the dally bag limit and length of season, as well as the manner and, meani used to take fur bearers and the commercial sale of their pelts. In addition to these major discussion items, hunters are also. expected to voice their opinion on ihe possibility of further gun regulations while asking for more stringent regulations regarding gun safety and fire hazards. STARTING SWITCH TO NEW "TOTAL POWER" Try this great 1\L Wgasolin e in your car "TOM POWER"ESSO EXTBA Latest triumph of Esso research! You can have absolute faith in NEW TOTAL POWER" Esso EXTRA. It ii a new product development of the famous Esso Research Center. It is a super-refined gasolin*... plus great additives that give you'protection against knock and protection against valve sticking. 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