The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1954 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1954 Rl.YTHKVII.l K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FAOB KIN! GOSNELL BOVS — Responsible for one of the school's most successful basketball campaigns are (first row, from left) Robert Davis, E. L. Allen, Billy Hyde, E. E. Allen, Don Fowler, James Southard; (second row) Manager Leonard Swain, Larry Coggin, W. M. Southard, Larry Fowler, James Bevill, Harmon Cook, Kyle Lollar. (Courier News 1'hoto) GOSNELL GH5LS — (First row, left to right) Barbara Potter, Roy Lynn Via. (Courier News Shirley-Potter; Barbara Bevill, Sue Lollar, Louise Photo) Smith; (second row) Gall Rhodes, Sue King, GOSNELL CHEERLEADERS — Jeanette Lee, ers for Gosnell's 1954 Pirates. (Courier News Mildred Austin, Dotsera Poff and Bobbie Sinn- Photo) fill (left to right) combine to lead student root- IT'S DANGEROUS To Go Without AUTO-TRUCK Liability Insurance YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON THIS INSURANCE AT UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY See "Dee' -111 W.,Main— Phone 6812 Blytheville, Ark. The first Cotton Bowl football classic was played Jan. 1. ,1937. T.C.U., le'' by Sammy Baugh, defeated Marquette 16-6. According to the Bowling Magazine Yearbook, there were 481 bowlers who averaged 200 or better during the 1952-S3 season. Paul Brown Finally Beats Buddy Parker 'By JACK STEVENSON LOS ANGELES (AP) — Coach Caul Brown, with his first victory over a Buddy Parker piloted outfit in eight trios, thanks a biinch of fast, burly linemen. For it was the defensive giants of the Eastern All- Stars who crashed through the favored Western division of the .National Football League to win 20-9 yesterday in the Fourth Annual Pro-Bowl game. The Individual standout was 230- march lilqliliRhied by a. 36-yard pound line backer Chuck Bednnrik | run by Hugh McElhcnny and cul- of the Philadelphia Eagles. Hisi initiated by ' contributions included calling of. dash by Joe Perry. San Francisco. Old Traveler Tops at Pebble Dutch Harrison Wins Bing's Tourney defensive signals, recovery of a fumble that led to the second field goal by Cleveland's Lou Groza and 24-yard touchdown charge with an intercepted Boooy Layne pass. Wanted It Commented Brown who has piloted the squad in all four of the post-season charity games. "We apparently wanted to win it a little more than they did. Our boys Just played a little harder. .Especially up front." He discounted a suggestion that perhaps mauey had something to do with it—the winning squadmen each getting $700 to »500 for the losers. Going inlo the game the West was a touchtown favorite so the win must be some bal m tor the coach whose Cleveland club has Pebble Beach, Calif.: Easy "a V-Tarrf'touchdown Koing E. J. (Dutch) Harrison, vet- both also of eran trouper on golf's tournament trail, was $2000 richer today and Rent™ S«,r,.» "«> clmmplon of the 1054 Blng That mode it 13-!). but Ray c ™ s f 6 < h) °. l , C1 ' Thls is » swe " Renfro of Clevelnnd Iced the on-' wny ' ' lionally televised game for the lhe ne w V ear ." Mnrrlson drawled. East with jaunt. a 25-yard touchdown The old Arkansas Traveler to Del roll, for the Lions NFL Parker's twice in a row championship. Tops in Five Along with Bednarik, huge Arnie Welnmeister of the New York Giants. Ernie Stantner of Pittsburgh, and Gene Brito of Washington were standout, line performers for the winners. One of the big questions for the Inn fairways fronted his fellow pro- Parker explained it was difficult j fosslonals in the windup of the to utilize- the services of three fnmod spnr-witli-pnr event with a quarterbacks and Laync and Norm | three day total of 210. Harrison Van Brock tin knew his system bet. ter. Layne quarterbacks Detroit and Van of Los Angeles played for Parker in last year's Pro-Bowl Bowling Event In Third Day CHICAGO Ml — A newcomer— southpaw Tess Johns of Cleveland -anti old pro—Bill Lillard of Chicago — were the ones to watch, ns the qualifying- rounds of thn National All-Star Bowling' Tournament, entered its third day. The left-hander, Mrs. Johns, took the lead in the women's field yesterday with a 1621 total for. eight, RHmes—better than 302 average. Li] lard, a transplanted TCXPII, rolled into the top spot, in the 44.214 fans who watched imdder n)en - s division with 2584 for 12 overcast skins was why Parker games, a top-heavy 215 average. waited so lone: to use Quarterback i The first day leader in the xvoni- rittle of the San Francisco en's division, Teresa Wlrtzl Y. A. Tittl. 49ers. Late In the crowd set up ibertrer of Louisville, Ky., slipped to third third quarter, the Und Morris Cramer of Chicago who chant for Tittle paced the men Saturday dropped and he master minded a 63-pard! back to fifth place. posted 71-68-71 respectively, on three courses. Cypress Point, Monterey Peninsula and Pebble Bench. A crowd estimated at close to 20,000 saw the- final round. Jimmy DeDiharet, veteran from Houston shot 73-68-70 for 211 and second-place money of $1,250. The pro-amateur competition Molner, Welch In Mat Feature Chuck Molner, vno couldn't fill his booking here last week because of the weather, is booked again to take part in the tag: match feature bout of the American Legiofi's wrestling matches at Memorial Auditorium. Molner Is slated to team with Joe Welch in the feature bout against the team of Charley Keene and Eddie Malone.' Malone and Keene are holdovers of from last week's wild match that ended In a free (or all. In addition to the main event, two one-fall preliminary bouts are also on the card with Malone meet iny Welch and Molner taking on Keene, now of San Francisco: Walt Bur- keno, Detroit, ana Prank (lefty O'Dovil, manager of the San Diego Coast League baseball club, Art ended in a four-learn tie with bcstiwnl] Jr.. Honesdnle, Pa., and Na- tpUls of 193. j tional Amateur champion Gene Lit- They were Mnrvin (Bud) Ward, Grnat Falls, pro, und Harvie Ward, 1952 British amateur champion tier of San Diego, and Doug Ford, Yonkers, N. Y.. playing with Monty Moncrief of Fort Worth, Tex. 100 PROOF BOTTLED IN BOND • ALSO 90 PROOF "THE GREATEST AMERICAN WHISKEY" YEUOWSTONE, INC.. IOUISVIUE 1. KENTUCKY AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S '54...the"Worth More" declares a Dividend TV o CAB In the low-price field has ever offered so many "Worth More" features as the '54 Ford. In addition to all the (natures that have already established Ford as the "Worth More" car, yoti now get a host of brand new dividends. 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