The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1944 · Page 6
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Chicks To Renew Rivalry With Jonesbpro Here Friday Night; Papooses W/7/ Play Wednesday ideal football fans will got a double dose of their favorite sports'dish .this week. Coach ArviJ Green's improved Blylheville Chickasaws and "Pop" Mosley's young Papooses are scheduled to show their wares on Haley Field as the 19<M season moves farther into the second half. ^ The Chicks, sporting a two-game winning streak by virtue of a 6-0 decision over the JMcsville Pioneers and the 19-0 rout of Colliervillo (Tcnn.) last week, get a severe test of their brand new spurt against their old rivals from Craighead County, the Joncsboro Golden Hurricane Friday night. . > f Anxious to get brand into then . winning stride after dropping a close pair in succession—(o Osceola Scmlnole, Reserves, 7-0, nnd the .High School Independent Trojans, 14-13,- "pop" and his "Paiis" lake On the Keiser eleven Wednesday night Both games get- under . way promptly at 8 o'clock. "Trie'amazing turnover trick exhibited by the Chicks in their last two starts has caused quitc'n 1 luror locally, as well ns over the stale. Overnight they have transformed from an inconsistent, weak, slipshod" 'outfit incapable of doing much damage on nny gridiron to n imigh, lough, snarling gang of enthused, alert and Inspired boys who appe'ar to be doubly anxious to drive over touchdowns, in contrast to keep the other fellows from scoring In earlier showings. They have tackled well and hard, whereas before there was a lot of grabbing around Ihc neck or feebly "jerking at passing arms. Now (hey go Into, or at least attempt to bury that shoulder into their opponents' midiilfs with a vengeance. Their blocking, while not perfect by any means, hns improved so much tbcy don't even resemble lhe same team that lost to Caruthers : .ville and Parkin, 'non-conference members, nnd were buried by Little Rock and Pine Bluff by top-heavy scores—Hie largest in lhe series history. Hood Sparks Tribe One of the main reasons for this excitable rally hns been n towering joungster by the name of Stan Hood. Given a chance to cany the ifj-f ball after two years nt the 1m- portant but seldom exploited blacking back spot, Mils 153-pound surprise packages arc as richly deserving of the spoils as their ball carrying mates. They have made the Job possible. Deserves Big Bouquet David Sylvester, quarterback and Held general, continues to do a hangup Job of selecting his plays. David, who Is n double for Hood and could easily pass for his twin, Is the gambling type. He likes to score those touchdowns as Ills selection of plays attest, nnd that spirit Has caught fire over the eri- tlre team. After all, It is those precious six-pointers which they are working for, nnd more power to 'em Is the way local enthusiasts feel about it. The Junior Papooses are chomping at their bites over the. close licking administered by Osceola. They not only want n return engagement with the Scmlnole Reserves to break the one-one tie, but, would like another crack at Bdsel ITarbcr's Trojans who eked out, a close 14-13 win last week. Right BLYTflEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Mat Favorites On Card Tonight Belkas and Malone Vie Lawson, Allen In Feature Match The long nwnltcd return clnsh between Sergl. Chris Belkas, wrestling Instructor nt the Blythc- vllle Army Air Field, and Itoy (Egghead) Allen, the elongated kangaroo kick nrtlst, Is expected to be greeted by nn overflow of anxious, tense wrestling enthusiast* tonight at Hie American Legion nrcna on North Second street. Belkns returns lo the local ring after an absence af several .weeks Rs one of the ouUlnndlng features of Promoter Mike Mcroncy's weekly mat program which calls lor an all-stnr tag match and n pair of preliminaries between Individual members of tht rival lag teams. The curlcy haired hantlsonic Bcl- as, who Is n tremendous favorite with the customers, Is paired with "Irish Eddie" Mnione, the big bruising MII of Erin, ngninst Allen nnd Buck Lawson lit the feature event. Prelim Holds Interest As promising ns this feature i*~~ it* ;, , DOPE BUCKET • * I. V. FKIIMI — t ..„....._,,, lb (ll j iiiia JUUiuHJ I" K t* looms, and every indication points regret NATIVE SON MKMHKK Forlunnto fans who shall be on nnml at Crump Stadium In -Memphis Saturday to sec Mississippi State <Io football hnttlc with Kentucky In the finale of the major league- gridiron program al the Bluff City may witness the exploits of a Blylhcvillc son. He is Connie liny, the Armorcl boy who performed for a season with the Blylheville Chicks nnd then had his career Interrupted by Die war. Enlisting In the Army, Connie received a medical discharge after almost, a year of service. Things broke wrong for Connie and thwarted a possible chance to carve out a fine career with the tribe. lie was Just getting the hang of the game and showed fine prospects as a tall carrier when tlic call to the colors was answered. When lie was dischargee! the current season was over. So Connie went back to school, finished his prep requirements with a tinge of , _,_-,, j.iutvttitvsu IJUJiiLr* to n fast, spirited and unbelievably rough battle such has been on the menu for the last several weeks the inns nre especially interested In the setto between Belkns mid Allen and hnve been keyed for .weeks in anticipation of a return match. Allen, an exponent of the spectacular kangaroo kick with its varied assortment of other boots, nnd I have become more determined to go there," he continued. "f tun going to work my way The year's absence from the grassy gridiron did not dun ins hopes and ambitious lo play college ball. It has been his dream from earlier , on ,,„„ days nnd he was determined to make i .XL) „ a gallant last try to get back Into ""*>""' harness. . I'Ol" GIVES ADVICE Connie went to Ills friend and i adviser, "Pop" Mosley, who has teen through. That Is lhe only way f shall' be able lo make It. That Is, with the help of whatever football' ability I have. The worst Coach McKeen can do Is shake; his head and say he can't use me. But I believe I can convince him." He left me with that assertion, took his scat on the opposite side of the ring lo finish out the wrestling match. I haven't seen him since. But, the other day I had a letter from him. It was written just n short time after the season got under way. He was riding the clouds, singing the praises of Mississippi State and Coach McKccn. HIDING THE CLOUDS . . . "Coach McKmi is us nice a man ns I ever expect to meet. I know those people up there have been pulling for Alamaba and Georgia, but I hope they turn to Mississippi Slate llils year. (That statement ought to make C. G Smith swell with pride.) 'When I walked into Coach Mc- Kccn's office he said, 'Son, you are too light, but you may try'out' I only 132 stripped now. I am the lightest man on the squad. "Mr. Friend, I believe as long as Coach McKccn Is here they will have a great team. We had about 05 boys out and already It lias been cut to 42. "1 will be glad when this war is over and my two brothers, Paul aud Wallace, may play down here They are both good athletes "I wish the Chicks all the luck in the world and shall IK pulling for MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, them." That young Hay did make the grade Is history. He did not crash Into the first team but has survived through the season so far. What Is more, he has broken Into three games as a substitute and apparently must be doing all right or would have been dropped long ago This Is not an unusual story in fact, It Is typically American. A boy -or a girl-can do Just about as much, go as far In this life as he Rom where I sit... ^ Joe Marsh As American as Huckleberry Finn About the best-read books in our (.own arc the works of Mark Twaln-who wrolo Tom Sawyer and Hud: Finn and all those olhcr lovable, undying stories. Anil I think it's bccnusc he's (no most American of all our writers. He understood his fellow men-find loved them as ho loved nil humanity. You may remember what he said of Tolerance and Freedom -those principles so basic to our way or life. Mark Twain believed in thorn,of course. He fought for tlicm. Hut he cautioned: "Never let tolerance become Indifference, never let freedom become license." From where I sit, that's timely wisdom for a troubled world- whether it applies to international nolitics.or to a man's right to enjoy a friendly glass of beer occasionally. For tolcrancc-respcct'for the other fellow's rights-is important not Just in the MR things, but In the little Iiuman everyday S, too. Hie Northeast Arkansas Six-Man League member.' While ordinarily engaging only In the pecwee game, (he Kciser coach promised to 'add five more to his excellent team and come over for the contest. Tigers Remain Securely Oh Top , speedster has astounded the coaeh and fans alike by his great run- ing Last neck he reached his offensive peak with a great perlorm- .ance. In 12 tries with the ball'Stan netted 170 jards, one a magnificent 49-yard touchdown gallop. He also heased a beautiful pass to ^rank Nicholson Hint traveled 53 yards in the air— and 38 from the line of scrimmage and at least 15 -yards back when thrown — and Frank n altred . unmolested for the remaining 20 that actually broke the Colherville ; team In half. Until this time the Maroons were trailing by a mere touchdown and "were staging a whale of a fight to overcome it. Line Is Impressive The line, unsung heroes all of em in these stirring victories when the ball carriers share the spotlight and get all the press notii»s, has pro\en a tremendous help in this streak Especially has the return of Gerald Blomeyer to center steadied the defense and improved the offensive "Corky" Sid as well. If not better, than expected at tackle but nothing to compare with hU work in the middle of the line. He and Harvey" (Cotton) Poguc have formed a near impregnnblc secondary defense just back of the line, the difference between holding the opposing backs and permitting them to break away. Remainder of the forwards, J. h. Johnson, who turned in lhe test game of the year; Joe Ferguson, who shows rapid • improvement 1 Captain Joe Neil Ratcliff, carrying on for his pal and injured LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 30 (UP) — The Little Rock High School Tigers, with five straight victories over conference squads, hold undisputed lead In the Arkansas High School Football Conference campaign. i< nhc Tigers, who plnyed a non- conrerence tilt with Memphis Central Friday night, still boast a clean record with five wins, no defeats, no dies and still unscorcd upon. In second place, a full game behind the Tigers, are the North Little Rock Wildcats. T.'ie Wildcats were victims of a 21 to 10 upset at the hands of Hot Springs Friday night to spoil their iwrfcct record. They now have won Jour, lost one and tied none. Not too far behind are lhe powerful and unpredictable Hope Bobcats, With one win and one tic In two conference bouts, the Hope smiad hns piled up 33 points lo their opponents 6. Seller Stops Grieving FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UP)—The golden-brown Irish setter of Paul Helms refused to part with the todies of her nine still-born puppies and started to grieve her own life away until Helms brought home a two-montlis-old cocker which the setter doesn't leave out of her sight for one minute. The pup gladly tags along wherever Its mother is. One airline flying under contract to tile AAP Air Transport Command has averaged more than a million miles a mon,th for the past . . two years, on the transoceanic one of the, routes connecting Newfoundland, . -— ......... — ~»." w^*, mm , j no,v they are concerned with Kcl, |Bclka.v have tangled twice In three- father tc many boys who Btlcnd -£?i?r- A "T r; 1 tlie nrst «• "''^ "" & «&T v c £ score with f ,'° T' 1 lhe 2lcU vetenm c»™iraged him to go three-fn 1 ° " lWSW)N b!>ck to 5cho ° 1 ' if al n " benutmn thine ( at r ' 8 , e for T V "" C °' llrt 'ueed ..peed, do t back to school, if a „ „„ . were pointed out the advantages of all packing every- the education nnd training one could possibly squeeze Into these few Urn- galore, itcd years and pledged his help with capitals | The small youngster, who barely f)in»"c«i^ ~~ I' vv • rlnjr t rlclts . tips the beam at 135 pounds, was that seldom arc loss in these days elated over the talk with "POD " of. modern grappling. They subsll- | During nn intermission of a wresi- Liitccl science for grunt and groan ! ling show he slipped over to the ana the packed house went for It. press corner and told me the slorv In a great big way both times * Tonight's card gives them n double chance lo see Iheir favorite stars in action. The giants square off In the Individual preliminary and then get to do it nil over again several times during the following tag match, which ought' to be a sizzling dish. Bigger Giants Clash .Mnlone and Lawson attrack their generous share of the attention nnd Interest, mainly because they rue two of the mosl pleasing nnd colorful performers ever to show in the local ring. And their outstanding work In recent weeks has made their match also a "natural" For big men they can really go to town. They pack weight, power nnd punch, have unusual speed nnd agility nnd .know every Inch of lhe squared circle. There will be a certain amount of science and skill in this get-to- Bother, but they can be depended most for n generous display of double-touch action, generated by n feud thai has been smouldering for many months and which gets only nn occasional chance to break ~"t. Tills Is one of these rare times. © 1954, BREWING INDUSTRY FOUNDATION I asked htm what he Intended to ..j. Unhesitatingly, he said his mind had been made up—thanks to "Pop" —to return to the classroom. He pointed out that although he had limited football experience, lie was young, settled and his best years were ahead of him. "I -want to go to Mississippi State", he said with a gleam that brightened with the very thought of being n member of the great Maroon football team. "Every siftfce I can remember I liavc wanted'to go lo school there, and since Coach Allen McKeen became head coach and elevated the team lo n high place, First of the curtain rnisers''get under way promptly at 1 8:15 .vvith' the. popular and capable Meroney doing his stuff as the third man. -LOOK This in the Mouth! CHILDREN'S COLDS' COUGHING quickly relieved by Pcnotro—' Grmidinn'soliI-tiiEiu muttonauet Hlca[icvD!o[)C(jb^inorlcrnHciojic Intoncoimtcr-irntant, vaporizing ea!vellmt.brinB3<nii<:k, comfort-l iiiK relief. 25i:, doublo bizo 35o. PEMETRO Mr. Farmer: We Con Add Months To The Life Of Tractor Tires - Tin".- eqnlp ,™ cnt can lljntil ' : ««n your largest tlrw. bolh flouats ana or ana work GUARANTEED WORK — CE/UNG PRfCK MODIHGER-POETZ TIRE CO, HWT- SI North Phone 12»1 ;Ji. i^, WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, Oct. 30, 8:J5 p. m . Lowest Admission of any Wrestling Arena in America. * - -°- Reserved Seals On Sale at (he Legion Arena Every Monday from 6 p. m. on TAG MATCH Roy Allen & Buck Lawson ' versus Girls Belkas & Eddie Malone V'~ H'r "• ' Chris Belkas Two 30 Minute Preliminaries Roy Allen Buck Lawson TS, Eddie Malone with —Fish m ; every stream! —Birds in every field! —Squirrels in every woods! AMENDMENT 36 providing a self-sustaining non-political program of long-range wildlife conservation and propagation! Abundant wildlife in ,\rk;uisus will provide new oiiporlunities for our rcturninR service men . . . src :itly improve liuuliiiR ami fishing . . . :iH rac l (housinds of ncn- tourist dollars, vfillioul one cent of tax money! Mark Your Ballot Like This For Amendment 36 Write AKK,\\SAS WILDLIFE Wallace III,!?. FKDKRAT1OX ,.;(„,. Write for free tolcicrs explaining lhe ndvnnlnge of Amen <i m cnl 3G and distribute the m lo you r friends. 4 07 FARM /O LOANS Present Loans Refinanced. Liberal Property Valuation. COMPARE OUR SERVICE NOBLE GILL AGENCY "Compfefe Insurance Service" GLENCOFBLDG. PHONE 3131 The HOLL1MGSWORTH HOSPITAL ACT Does WOT Provide FREE Hospital Service For All! YOU PAY GOING - and COMING 7'/ 2 Million Dollars in NEW Taxes Will Be Passed Along To You Taxpayers know that when Arkansas industry is taxed, that tax is passed on to the people of Arkansas in the form of higher prices for what they buy. That is exactly what will happen to you—the people of Arkansas—if you vote for the Hollingsworth Hospital Act ... to the tune of $7,500,000 in new taxes every year. Tims the politicians will take over the doctors and the hospitals—and set up a gigantic gravy train. Even NEW Taxes Won't Cover All Costs - You'll Still Have To Pay A Hospital Bill! The author of the Hollingsworth Act admits that his scheme will pay only about one- half the actual cost of operating his proposed hospital system. Who pays the balance of the cost? The patients. You pay in taxes before you go in and then you are handed a hospital bill for your room and also .for all medical and surgical services. Is there any wonder why this socialized medicine scheme is meeting bitter opposition throughout Arkansas? Do You Want Arkansas Hospitals And Doctors Controlled By Politicians? ON NOVEMBER 7, VOTE AGAINST Initiated Act No. 3 J AGAINST INITIATED ACT NO. 3 Signed By Mississippi County Committee of ARKANSAS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE COUNCIL 1 wants to. The desire, burning, fiery, unquenchable, must be present lo start with. The power to move with that motive, put it Into action Is another prerequisite /or the pot at gold at the end of the rainbow which Is not a mere fable. It is up lo the individual. T Connie Hay should make a mark 1,1 K ,° ^ cff to a good star ^ « will be Interesting to watch him and rejoice with him with each succeeding success and triumph In Good luck, stout fellow! The electricity consumed by the steel industry in 1943 was equivalent to a year's light and power needs of n.000,000 families R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAT NIOHTS Boi Office Opens 7:15-Show Starts at 7:30. SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS-Boi Office Opens I Show Slarta 1:15 Monday & Tuesday "THE STORY OF DR WASSELL" (In Technicolor) Gary Cooper HKO News & Comedy Open 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 Monday Night ONE SHOW ONLY 'Passage To Marseille' with Humphrey Bogart and Michclc Morgan Paramount News Short i! Tuesday PAL NITE Doomed To Die willi Boris Katlnff and Marjorie Reynolds Selected Shorls New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 P. M. Matinees Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Last Time Today "WING AND A PRAYER" with Don Ameche &, Dana Andrews Fox News & Short Tuesday "DANGER, WOMEN AT WORK" with 1'afsj Kclly Scrial * Short CHICKASAW West Mala Ne»r Zlrt 8t Sat tterls K:K; Sun. aUitt 1:« Night shows 5:15 Except Monday, opens 6:45 Continuous shows Sat »rtd Suit Last Time Today "SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT" witli Don Amcchc & J.-inel Blair Universal Mews Comedy. Tuesday Only BUDDY NITE 2 Tickets For (he Price of 1 THE SEVENTH VICTIM' with Tom Conway . l.'ilgar Kennedy Comedy

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