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^.FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 19-14 BLYTUEVILLE (AKK-X COURIER Chicks Will MeetUnbeaieh CoWerville. tOntGSt lOniynt ! How BIytheville-Collierville Compare At Holey Field Former Chick Player Bringing Light But Speedy Aggregation Football with a distinct Chicka\ saw flavor will bo on parade tonight at 8 o'clock nt Haley Field when Ihe Blylhevllle nigh School Chlckasaws and Collierville, Tcnn., Volunteers clash in the first meeting between Ihe two schools. Coached by Raymond (Brick) Blckerstnfl, former member of the Chicks, the Tennesseans likely will show much of Ihc same stuff that made the tribe famous the South over and spread its name to every nook and corner of the Wonder State. Have Good Record That Coach Bickcrstaff has Instilled many of the very line qualities and tricks learned here under Joe Dlldy Is indicated by their record for the season. They have won three games and tied-one In four starts and rate one ot Ihe leading elevens In West Tennessee prep circles. The game. No. G for Ihe Chicks, is expected to develop into an individual bailie between rival backfields and forward walls that have little difference by comparison. Weight charts reveal the two elevens to be about on par in avoirdupois. The visitors have a slight advantage in the line, while the Chicks enjoy about the same boost in the ball carrying department. Coach Bickerstaff is pinning chief hopes for victory on the trim shoulders of two members of his brtck- field, a hard hitting youngster by the name of Gurkin, and a 135- pound youth bearing the name ol Leatherwood who has eel-like qualities while carrying the mail. Supporting this two-back act couple of fine blockers, Charles Russell and "Cy" Perkins, quarterback and Wl. lllyilievllle 1105 Johnson ] )60 Kemiier Koonce Dlomeycr nntcliff (c) Wilson Ferguson Sylvester Hood Nicliolson Pogue ;HZ 102 158 152 148 153 129 115 Pus. Colllervllle LE Baxter Carlwrlght Dunn Briggs Morton Cook RK Vaughn QQ C. Russell Mynatt Gurkin Perkins LG C RG JIT LH RH F13 Wl. 105 158 145 no IBS 1C5 148 150 130 148 100 Team To Honor Former Player DOPE BUCKET Hf I. P. PAGING SIB. IIOUD1NI It's too bad 'hat Mr. 1 and (he 22-8 triumph ovcr Te.var- Houdinl kniia last week. That bids no good has gone to meet his Maker. He could news for Conch Sam Coleman nnd possibly help me get out of this his boys who should go down, 19-0 tough spot as I undertake to make If the stars are right. my usual feeble attempt to pick, LITTLE ROCK AT MEMPHIS ... the winners In the Arkansas 'High, (CENTRAL) — With five straight ."I 1 ' l ° ! nlic ovcr wllm Ul c spark- School Football Conference sched- victories dangling at their hells the I ]" UB Im ° !l nml cnn 'y °" »> ll >e Scminolcs Dedicate Game To Bannister, Who Serves In Navy OSCEOLA, Oct. 27 — Win for Freddie;!" £;.;.; 'Hint's llik^loenn the. Q^ccolii Scnilnoles hrlvc ucloplcd us • tlielr tattle cry for tonight when they clnsh wilh (lie powerful-Parkin Tigers in nil all-Iini>oitnnl Northeast rfciiiisii.s Conference RIIIIIC. Recipient of this tillmte-ls Frert- clic Uriiinlster. Die slellnr llllle ccii- Icr and co-cnptiihi who left 1 tills week for the Niivy. So show their ii]i|irccliitton for Iils.clcnn, coinrx;- titive spirit, Ills mules linve dedicated this contest (o him and can be expected to put forth super efforts lo bring victory over the bifj Ueiijjnls. who rate a powerhouse in the conference. "*- Ilrolher Takes Over Coach Homer Bourns has nominated Freddie's "little" brother, Tom- 3AAF Bombers Start Training For Basketball Season BIATIIEVILLE AH MY AIR FIELD, lilythevmc, Ark.-ulylhe- Vllle Army All 1 Flcl ( | "Honibers" lo- ciil enlisted men's tenm, arc nlrcndy » (ruining (m their first 15111110 of lio newly-orsanlml Army Air Forces Service iJaskclbull Leiieue, --I. 11111 Adiuns, iiost iihyslcul tniln- ng director nnd secretary of Hie hns nimoumwl. In their ule for tonight. The great sleight of linnd artists was good at tricks. I'm not so hot as the following predictions easily will convince any possible skeptic, of which I am sure there are none: PINE BLUFF AT EL DORADO— As long as I'm going to lie brave about the whole thing I see no added barm In selecting the toughest knot of the week. It should be closer than a dot at the end ol a sentence, thoiieh comparative scores give the Wildcats an edge. In the first game of the conference schedule El Dorado walloped Fort Smith 26-0. Several weeks later Pine Bluit was able to only tie the Grizzlies, 0-6. In recent weeks the felines have been in an outers, as evidenced by Hie 7-B c Arkansas Tigers should give Central anj Memphis several good red- sons why they arc headed for the Big 15 championship. Central doesn't appear to l>e as strong as In previous years, having been beaten twice already this year. This should be tlie third by at least two touchdowns which would be the smallest score rolled up by the Dcngnls this season. COLLIERVILLE (T E N N) AT BLVPHEVILLE--'Sense me. Mama just called. The first lax-supported free public library in the United Slates was established In Peterboro, N IT in 1833. ° f fullback, respectively, ami » ,. , ...... fast, low charging Hue led by Briggs.' Tl len ^ aten ^' L ' tlc . , „ no-pound star center, and Morton ' U J ust doesn t add up right, li crack guard who scales 183 pounds. } m * lrtn & n S «'lth the Zebras by , i touchdown. Backs Lead Attack Growing c Pains But n Gurkin and Leathcrwood have been the sparkplugs all season, setting the winning pace with fine In-' dividual work. They are shifty, clever and ever dangerous, especially out in the broken Held. They are triple threat stars with equal efficiency. Coach Arvil Green has made it plain to his Chicks that it is their main business to keep this pair hemmed in so as not to be bothered HOT SPRINGS AT LITTLE ROCK—Equally perplexing to figure out via advanced dope' is the annual battle between these two schools. Hot Springs, as usual, marie the early season splash and built up hopes for its followers, only to topple the first time they i faced a strong team, which happened to be El Dorado. Only last week Little Rock swamped them, 40-0. On the otherhand, North Lit- strong defensive qualities exhibited look ' for a l °P hea ^' s <>°re. .^defensive qualities exhibited last "•wcck7"in"tfie C-o"clefenr"oTThe'~ HUIlRrcANE To BLOW ----- ' Batesyillc Pioneers for their first JONESBQHO AT FORREST ••'.- , CITY— Lieut, Bill Adams tells" me llat " J °™^°™ team is com- victory 'of the season The Chickasaws proved quite formidable dee,, in their own tcrrl- torv ' along and should be at topping several potential ils »*** by n |*t'week for the -m- yards short of pay dirt. This triumph has proved as effective as a shot in the arm. Their spirits and hopes have been revived/and geared to a high pitch. They are confident that better things are ahead and intend to keep the ball rolling with a win over the visiting Collierville outfit, despite the fact that they appear very strong and powerful.. Use Same Starters Coach Green has announced he will .open with the same lineup which started and finished last week. J. L.-Johnson and Joe Ferguson will be on tlie terminals. Eugene Kcmper -mid' John Bruce Wilson lake over the tackles. Captain Joe Neil Hatclifr nnd Billy Koonce hold sway at the guards, with Gerald Blo- meycr ovcr Ihe ball. In the backficld David Sylvester will be at the blocking back; Stan Hood and Frank Nicholson, left right halfback, respeclively. and Harvey (Cotton) Pogue, fullback. They should level their high scoring weapons against the Mustangs who have just about taken it on tiie chin fui' pshgosh to Podunk high. About 33-0 is a fair guess, I think, I don't know.- RUSSELLVILLE AT FORT SMITH — Coach Wallace Bailey's Crimson Cyclone sprang a neat surprise by holding North Little Rock to a 13-7 score last week and mfiy pull an upset here. But I doubt it, seriously. There is an indication that the Wildcats were playing under wraps, pointjng to the Hot Springs game this week. If that is tnie Fort Smith will win by a pair of touchdowns. C/UIDEN AT HOPE — Foxy Foy Mammons' Bobcats have surprised even llieir most rabid fans several times so fur this year. Tlie biggest c.ime in the 6-6 tie with El Dorado, Bill Adams, Lieut. Allan Hurley, Lieut. Cecil Garrison, and Staff Sergeant Robert Tubbs. Which jobs Coach Bickerstnff reports thai his cach will be assigned had not been ill lllb i 0 hopefuls are due to get into town | definitely decided, in mid-afternoon. He has named the following probable starters, who have received the nod in the games so far this .season: Baxter and Vaughan, ends; Cartwright and Cook, tackles; Dunn nnd Morion, guards; Briggs, center; C. Russell, Mynatt, Gurkin and Perkins, backs. The same quartet of officials will handle the game. They' arc: Lieut. ster fashion. Tommy just recently muscled In on the first string Scminole beiili but nt tackle. However, he hns had some e.xpcricncD over the ball with the reserves who have broken even li n pnlr of games with the Blylhc- vllle Juniors. The tribal chieftain believes he has nil the nccessnrj equipment lo become ns great as his older brother. season-opener Dee. 1, the llombcrs will Journey lo Ihc Smyrna, Teim., Army Air pli'ld for n contest with II"' Cll team of Unit .station. "We're going to have a crackcr- Jnck (cam by |hc lime we take Ibe court against S myrna," Ueiilcn- , nut Adams asscrls, "We have an agRrcptlon of ex-college and high school stars, nil of whom arc rap- Idly getting In shape, and they rpilnlnly look good, Wo'l] give all the other seven teams In the league- a run for their money. lu addition to Blythevllle nnd Smyrna, tlie Greenville, Greenwood ad Columbus Army Atv Fields ol Miss., Ihc Fourth Ferrj' Command of Memphis; tho Dycrsburg, Tcnn., AAF; the StultBiirl. Ark., AAF; and the CourUaml. Alii,, AAF; each luive teams entered In the league, Every aBcrcgatlon will play a 148»mc schedule. independents Shade Juniors By 14-13 Score Pushing over two touchdowns nnd a pulr of conversions In a desperate fourth (juurtei 1 vnlly, Coacli Kdscl llnrbcr's Hlythevllle lligli School In- dc|)endcnt Trojans overcame n Junior High 13-polnl lead to eke out a M-13 decision over "I'op" Wesley's 1'aiioosc.s ycstcrdiiy afternoon. Tni'lllng as the gnme progres Into.tilt) closing minutes,. Hie inde- pehdenls gave tlie'lr supporlers some hope when Hurry Curler Fnrr hurled « bei'.ullful delayed pass to ULT- lon Hampton good for 69 yards and back n flno tiiilck kick by J. Ulllott. Three plays were needed to negotiate the 10 yards to tho goal-line, Jack Elliott plunging from the two on the first play of the fourth quarter. Simon's next attempted placement \viis wide. Hoping to give some of his substitutes needed uxpcrli'nce, Coach Mosley sent In a quurlct of second stringers. That was Ihe signal for the Trojans to get started. For Purr and Hamilton pulled their aerial acton the Ilrsl play udcr tho klckoll. Man Klioilairc at Jail ROLLINS, Wyo, (UP)—The man- Itowcr shortage hns hit the Wyoming still,, penltenlliu-yl U recently was revealed by slate officials In Cheyenne Hint Hie penltentliiry Is running behind on a government THEATRE v Manila; Ark; ' Wtllliims added Ihe extra point running the score lo 13-v. The Trojiins did not Iwvo lo wull long for the needed favorable break.' On Ihc fourth piny' following the next klckoll tho Juniors fumbled mill ii Trojan recovered on Hie Junior •!'!, They nislu'd the ball iliiwn to the 2t! nnd Charllo Warren skilled Ictl end for the score, knoltlni; the count nt 13-nll. Pnklnt! nil nn- llclpntcd pliuiKO l-'nir nitiiln pllclii'il lo Hampton In the end /one, putting the high schoolers out In fronl, Juniors Unlit) Advantage Alter n scoreless llrst ([uuilcr when both silk's Ihrailcnwl, the Pnimoses broke the scoring Iiunlne us Dickie Grccnwcll dushcd around right, end for a touchdown. Halfback Mosc Simon booted by placc- .,.„-,„„_..„,„ .... , monl for llio exlrn point to «lve Hie PAYETTEVn.LK, Ark., Oct. 2V.- Jlln iors a 1-0 ndvnnliiijc. When It A grnnt ol $1,400 has been made appeared us If the gnmc might end | by the John and Mary R. Maiklc llial wuy, since neither team showed ,1'Oimdalton of New York to the a decided advantage, the Pnpoosi-s (1) manpower shorlngc; (2) nn- llqimted and Inuderiiialo machinery, nil <3) u lapse over from the com- lotloii of a second contract. Arkansas U. Given $1400 For Research Indications point to a hard fought proved superior to the Seinlnqles, ID-0, In a mud battle earlier In the season. Guards Hide "Horses". With exception of Gene Butler, and Stan Kramer who were bothered, with "Charley horses" suffered In the scoreless tic buttle nt Augusta lust week, the Scminoles are m pretty fair shape. Tho tribes makes no bones over the fact that they ran Into more than wns 'expected from the Red Devils nnd may have been overconfident. A far different spirit prevails for' the Pnrkln invasion. Only one question mark looms over the probable starting Semlnolc eleven. Coacli Bourns has not decided between Charles Jones. Jack Sartaiu or John Ed Llllicrnp. for right tackle. The other' nominees include Tom Cross and JimmyiCnr- i.lislc, ends;.John Griffin, left'tack- le; Butler and Kramer, guards; T. Bannister, center; Henry Griffin, Mclvln Waggoner, Robert .• Clay Driver and Denver Wilson, backs. < Starting- time Is 8 o'clock, nnd Hale Field is the battle ground. Tiie annual death toll from scalds amounts to over 2,000. Majority arc children. Never let children near stoves. 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