The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1954 · Page 7
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January 13, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1954 BLYTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAOBUVIN ARMOREL GIRLS — Coach Grady Sims' Armorel girl basketballers are (first row. from left) Lela Jones, Bobbye Lott, Carla Webster; (second row) Martha Dyer, Vivian Dodson, Wilma Webb, Frances Dyer and Coach Sims. Not Stove League— ARMOREL BOYS — are (first row, from left) Coach Wayne Needhs H. Garrison, Madison .m's Artnorel cngera Cooper, Dobbs, Ash- more, Monroe Cooper; (second row) Williams, Morris, Patterson, White. Not present for picture: J Garrison. (Courier News Photos) CHEERLEADERS — Leading the cheers for Armorel ere Patty Hughes, Prances Dyer, Lela Jones and Martha Dyer (first row, from left), Patty Dyer and Marie Moore. Veteran Cage Tutor Due to Retire Oriole Pitching: Don Larsen Jones Honored NEW YOKK (If)— The Metropolitan Golf Writers' Association of New York will honor Bob Jones, 1930 Grand Slam winner, at its second annual dinner here Jan. 21 at the Waldorf?Astoria. He is the last mon who has been head coach in football and basketball at the same time. He was the top kick in football from 1926 through 1930. By JOE KEICHLER NEW YORK (AP) — Whenever baseball folks discuss the Baltimore Orioles' pitching staff they usually begin with Don Larsen and end with Bob Turley. In between there is a long pause. Unless Bill Dewitt, holdover vice president from the Browns is all wet, the Orioles will have a kid pitcher in spring training camp as good as either Larsen or Turley. The rookie's name is Rinold (Riney) Duren, who toiled in the Texas League last year with San Antonio. leagues next year." 212 Whiff Duren finished the season as the 'Duren Is probably our best pitching prospect in the minors," Dewitt said last June, "He's a strong armed righthander who is averaging a strikeout an inning. He should be ready for the big Coge Scoret By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lafayette 57, Lehigh H L« Sail* «», Manhattan 91 George Washington M, VlrttnJ* Military JO North Carolina State «, South Carolina 62 Wake Forest M, Duke M Oklahoma A&M 54, Kiniu H Culver - Stockton 11, Carthaa* (111) 79 . Kansas Wesleyan SI, B«Uul (Kan) 61 Southwestern (Kan) 71, Pitta- burg (Kan) 59 Missouri Mines «s, Prmeipl* M Quincy 79, Illinois College 6» Sterling 84, Tabor <K«n) « Ottawa (Kan) 78, rriend« (Kan) 47 Missouri Valley 89, William Jew. ell 79 Rice 69, Texas Christian U Texas 49, Texas A & M 4« Arkansas State Tchrs 98, Out- Chita 67 Wayland 97, Panhandle (Okla) Aggies 71 Arkansas College 83, Hendrlx W Wyoming 73, Colorado Sttt* M Texas League strikeout king with 212. He won 12 and lost 12 but hurled a no-hitter and two on** hitters. Another San Antonio graduate worth watching is Bobby Bilceno, called the hustlingest player In the' Texas League. The 5-8, ISO-pound ballhawk batted only .270 but w»l- loped 20 homers. Third baseman Bob Cattrey comes up from an Antonio rated a fair chance to stick despite * .281 batting mark..First baseman Ed Mickelson comes up from San Antonio with a .294 batting mark. The prize of the entire lot, however, may be a little Mexican eec- ond baseman named Vinicio Garcia. Flashy Fielder Only 23, a flashy fielder and a .305 hitter, Garcia was rated the second baseman In the minor leagues by many well qualified baseball observers. Chuck Dieting, a $15,000 draftee, had a fine season with Minneapolis where he batted .322, dammed 12 homers and drove In 74 null. The former Cardinal and Olant flychaser is 31, however. Jim Frld- ley batted .291 at San Antonio and Frank Keller*, hit the ume at Oklahoma City. Rocco Ippollto hit .229 with the same club and Bob Masser had a .281 average with Wichita. By RUSS NEWLAND BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Clarence Merie (Nibs) Price, the little giant of Pacific Coast basektball, rings down the curtain at the end of this season on a 30-year career as head coach at the University of California. The automatic retirement age of 66 will have caught up with Hi* Nibs. One of Price's fondest hopes is that he will produce another player of All America stature to close out his university tenure. His big gun is Bob Matheny, an agile guard who has the qualifications to become a professional star. Matheny stands 5 feet 11 and can do about everything with the ball except.swallow It whole. He's an artist with either hook or outside shots both left and right- handed. He sets up plays and is tremendous defensively. Player of Week Because of his sensational performances in the double upset wins over UCLA last weekend, Mathney was named Player of the Week by the Northern California Basketball Writers and Sportscasters As- sn. Saturday night he scored 18 points, passed to another 20, stole the ball twice and put on a defensive show. Price has been coaching at California in some capacity since 1919. "LIVES UP TO ITS NAME" No, no, Twombly! As a man of. discrimination, don't just ask for bourbon, 9 ask for Bourbon de Luxe! Fully Aged KENTUCKY STRAIGHT % Qt. THIS WHISKEY IS 4 YEARS 010 • 86 PROOF • THE BOURBON DE IUXE COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY BOURBON WHISKEY $>|85 Count on Chevrolet to bring you the newest features first. Once again Chevrolet is first in its field with these four great advances for '54! FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST These other famous Chevrolet "Firsts" in the low-price field offer you more than ever today! 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