The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1944 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 19, 1944
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' frA<jK 81 SET BtYTHBVDSLE (ARK.)' COURlEfr NEWS' Starters Named For Junior Game •; Papooses Will Invade I Oseeola For Return .« Gome Wifh Reserves , ,"We ore ready!" v Thus Coach Sylvester "Pop" Mosley summed up the condition of his Blj'theville Junior High Papooses oh , eve of the second meeting with the Osceola Sciiilnole reserves tonight at Osceola. .The game will get under way al 8 o'clock. "Pop' 1 completed Ills probable starting lineup by. naming Jolm Hoover, D late but, promising 'newcomer;., to right end. That means That Louis Dr.vis, who started at the position last week at Joiies- boro, will be available for substitute:, duty; A. versatile youngster, Louis can fill in nt center, tackle and end .with equal efficiency anil is a'- handy, person to have around. .Harvey Eaton will hold down the,left terminal. The tackles will be taken care of by James Stln- son.'a'nd' Don' Besliarse,,u-lth a pair Of-J3illy BObs, Bracy and Elliott, at guards. R. B. Hodge, nnotlicv tough, youth, is the center. . .'with Billy Wayne McFarland, regular fullback, still ailing with a badly.'bruised shoulder. Coach Mosley .will, open with Don Hucy at .the ..back slot, with Dickie Grecn- \v6ll'8'nd-Mbse Simon al the halves, nnd'Jack Elliott the signal caller and., block big back. Probable 'starters for Oscebla i Include: Marion Downs and Hnrmon Kissel], ends; John Lilllcrap and' Bobby Foster,, tackles; Jlminlo Hart and Bobby Williams, guards;. Tommy Bannister, center; Jerry. \Vjseman, Billy Sheldon, Eugene Shaneyfelt and Jimmy Carlisle in the-tackfield. Sec War in 50 Years OBEULIN, O. (UP)-A large majority of Oberlin College, students believe the United Slates will par- tleipate'In another world war wllh- iti'5(f ycais, a suivcy conducted'on the campus by the Otalln: Review, college weekly, disclosed. One plril of ice cream is equal in energy value to one. tmd tliree- • fourths' pounds of chicken. Weight and Experience Favor Batesvilie Over Ailing Chicks The crippled lilytlicvlllc Clilcka- saws will face the biggest team-so far of the current season and quite likely all year (omorrow night when they renew 'gridiron relations with Balesville Pioneers under the lights at Haley Field. Coach Hosea McDaniel, former Arkansas College star, Is bringing a veteran eleven who Is not short on either weigh! or experience. Boasting a line that averages 180 pounds, and a backfleld with n 115-pound average, the Pioneers rale one of the largest nulls anywhere In the stale. . lloasl lllir- Tackle* Hwidliig the slur-studded group that has copped four of five starts, all in succession after n first grime loss, nre two glniil lacklcs. Hticl- dlostoiv 205 pounds, and England, wha tips the beam at 220 pounds: Nelson at rlglit .end scales 180 'pounds, while Jojies, veteran left guard, Is just a couple of pounds lighter. The other- likely starters in the forward wall are N'x, left end, 1G5; Dudley, center, 1(50, and Anderson, right guard, 1G8. Four of the seven In the front line defense.are getting a chance lo perform against tile tribe again. They were in the buttle at liatcs- vllle last year, helping to bailer out a 34-0 victory. Smilh is I!:ick The backficld weight chart resembles n collciL'e group,- rather than a high school which Isn't even In the leading state prep conference. Smith, senior, slar and one of 'the best backs In Arkansas last yenr, Is serving his fourth and .final campaign with the Pioneers. It was. this snme fellow who literally wrecked the Chicks in '44 as he ran, passed and kicked his mates to the outstanding trlumnh. Two other probable back sta'rt- crs also were on hand for the flrsl whistle. They arc Wood, 167-p.ound' quarterback, and Fullback Hiuids, a bruising 180-pound battering ram. The other back, Wallace, who lips the scales at a mere 1GO pounds, diy not start against the Chicks' last season but broke In as a substitute. Smait Quits Team Already, handicapped by the loss of Captain Jimmy Stafford, brll- llfinl guard who suffered broken vertebrae In the Pine Bluff scrap, nnd others on the Ihfornmry list', the Chickasaws experienced anoth- er stunning blow when Jim Smart left halfback and leading ground gainer, turned in his uniform. Mis departure hus caused Coach Arvll Green to do some more shuffling with his bruised ami battered youngsters. To fill (he lelt halfback gap the chief lain likely will give Stan Hood the first chance to hold it. Second choice goes to-small- Dan caldwell, who Is lucking only In experience and size. 'David Syl- vesler. Frank Nicholson and Harvey Pogue are the other backflekl 'starters. 1.1 nil Offers Worry , The line continues to ca'use con-- 'flderflble worry, due mainly to the fact that Hilly Koonce and others' are question marks. The alert 150- poumler hn.v continued to work des- "pite the bruised leg which bothers him no little. However, he Is due to <i ifiinrd sjwt with Joe Nell Hatcliff. Eugene Kemper, tackle, and J. L. Johnson, end, are fairly certain to start, but tiie oilier spots fire as yet undecided. But the coach Indicated he would start Jerome' Grey al center; Gerald Blomcycr, tackle, and move Joe I'crguson up lo n first siring end lo operate .wllli Johnson. Coach Green confessed he isn't sure and won't, be probably until game time. THURSDAY, OCTOB13U 19, Hold Everything "Sec, sir? Those married soldiers are driving me, nuts at 1 brail.iasir. . _^: Powerful Tulsa To Meet Rebels Unbeaten Oklahomans Include Veterans Of Sugar Bow! Classic MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 10— The second of Memphis' gigantic four- game major league" football suhcd- "!r will bn unveiled Saturday afternoon nt Crump stadium' when the powerful Tulsa University Golden Hurricane faces the Rebels from Olc Miss. Starting time is 2 o'clock, Tiro weeks ago the University of Tennessee defeated Ole Miss In the first game of the important, scries, The University of Arkansas and Ole Miss collide Oct. 28, while a Week later Mississippi State and Hie University of Kentucky complete the program, giving fans in the Mid-Boulh nn opportunity to witness some of the South's best football games. Coach Henry Frnkii's Terrific Tulsatis will risk a perfect season record against Hurry-Mehrc's neb- ols. In three victories over North Texas the University of Kansas and Texas Tech, this Hurricane from the Oklahoma plains has run up 108 points while allowing its op- |:nncnl.s n mere 13, All of the teams' are rated fairly lough bill proved unable of .holding the Tulsans. Tulsa ii'us Veterans Heading this gnltani array are many who hod an outing iir the Sugar Howl garni! to'start this year and virtually the entire statin!! lineup is composed of : vetcVhtls Camp Wilson, at, fullback, Ed^Siied- losky nt wlngback. nnd Maiirlce Wade at tailback opened against Georgia 1 Tech in I lie backlield, as did Clyde Goodnight at end; Glen Hurgels anil c: B. Stanley at' tnck- le, and Carl Bu«a and the one- armed Ellis Jones nt guard; ••'< Ole Miss, with its crop op-17- year olds making their debut' in college footlinll, will Imve to -resort to finessee to take care of this Tulsai team. Coach Hurry .Mehrc has already said thai he'll pnss and pass some more to •counteract . FOR COLD •STUFFED NOSES lror>3 in eni-li nostril n cleaned nose, you [brcntbo ficcr. Caution: lUeu only as 'liroctcd; [PENETRO NOSE DROPS We Can't Build a Modern State With BACKWARD Ideas! If your ideas of Arkansas' future industrial great ness are to be safe ... DEFEFT A M&m* k£r«i I II * ' .' The Nazi Idea Is "Freedom To Work al Whatever Wages Some Ghoose to Pay" [•'.Amendment 35 } would force lust such ideas on Arkansas! In spite of the many things that have been said and written about Arkansas' industrial growth following the war, there are those who would hamper that future greatness. THEY ARE AMONG THOSE BEHIND AMENDMENT 35! • • ] In spite of the plans that are already made for increased industrial plant areas—for modernization of such plants—for the Invitation of many new industries and skilled labor to Arkansas—there are those who want these modern ideas based on old and outmoded laws. THEY ARE WORKING FOR THE ADOPTION OF AMENDMENT 35! In spite of the fact that every day American boys are shedding their blood to wipe out the Nazi and Jap ideas of enforced slave labor—of telling citizens where and when and how they will work—there are' those who want that same system in Arkansas. THEY ARE SUPPORTING AMENDMENT 35! VOTE AGAINST AMENDMENT NO. 35! superior weight and is grooming John Bruce and Dan Patch, his quarterbacks to do a great deal of lirnvJrig. , 'the Hcbels, Idle last week, should bo In top shape for their toughest test! Conclr Mehrc recognizes Till- sa's strength'but believes his toys will be able to pretty well take care ol themselves, no matter how nigged the going. HOWI.KItS' AMBULANCK SAN FRANCISCO. - Nine hundred local member of the National Bowling League contribute a nlck- e| a week eacli for the Wings of Mercy ambulance. To avoid black spot of beets due to a lack of boron In the soil, beet growers arc urged to spray the plant leaves with n borax spray. SHE'S PROUD of Her HUSBAND Because he wears %> '"• f -''\ !-' • • -,' i She is as proud as she can be of her husband. You see he gof wise and 1 bought a Timely suit because tie knows that it looks right from all angles, that it is made from the finest fab- rics possible, and that it was tailored by, expert craftsmen. Buy a Timely suit now and' your wife, too, will' be proud of the Way you dress. THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAY- NIGHTS Box Office Opens 7:16—Show Starts at 7:36. SATtrKDAVS & SUNDAYS Uox Office Opens l Show Starts 1:15 Thursday and Friday 'HOUSE ACROSS THE* BAY" * Will! George Haft *• .loan Burnett I'ariunounl News .Short Timely Alternating Stripe Suit Double-breasted stripe suit with the distinctive lines men want. 100.% all virgin wool worsted. Blue, grey, tan. $45 Others From $:if> up R. D. Hu§hes<$r Co. Open 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 Last Time.Today Friday and Saturday with Hopulnng Caisiily'. SERIAL: "Desert Hawk" Short New Theatre Manila's finest Shows Nightly 8:00 P. M. Malinecs Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Last Time Today 'LADIES COURAGEOUS" with' l.orcfla Voting I'ox News * Short Friday THREE MEN IN WHITE' with .ioncl Barrymorc ,t Van Johnson Scriaj ,t Short CHiCKASAW West Slain Near 21st Bt Sat. starts U:45; Son. starts 1:« Nlghl shows 5:45 Ercepl Monday, opens 6:45 Continuous shows Sat. and 8nm Last Time Today Double Feature "GLAMOUR BOY" with .Tackio Coogan "TWO SENORITAS FROM CHICAGO" Will! Joan Davis & Jinx Fathcnbcrg Friday and Saturday Double Feature "HEART OF THE RIO GRANDE" with Cicnc Antry THE DEVIL' PAYS OFF" wilh J. Edward Brombcrg Serial: "G-Mcn vs. the Black Dragon." . ., . Donalrt Uuck ConVcdy l '.''.-;; •-•~..i. ' j>.^^

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