The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 10, 1944
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;_F.l«pAY,.NOVEMHiJ!i{ 10, 1M4 Heavy Hughes Team To Invade Annual Homecoming Contest Scheduled At Osceola Tonight CSCEOLA, Nov. 10. — If the weatherman is in any .sort of a BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS: DOPE BUCKET n j. r. FRUND • I.4J1 , C1E.IJI , Tlie longer this wacky, screwy .cotball season goes, the more difficult the pointless task of picking probable winners in the Arkansas ...^ ^icum ofiiuuuiw CJB*JJ H| Bh School Football Conference, tlic Hughes Tigers In Ihe nn- < M >' average lo date has been so pit- .„,„ . frame of mind, and pre- 1 -"~ •«**&*-« **•••» I.H^^J, ^v.^nj dictions bear him out, the largest football season goes, the more dtf- crowd of (lie .season is exacted to be on liana at Hale Field tonight when the Osceola Seminole.s clftsl) .caution: LITTLE homecoming grid festival | lfu) "W l dare not look at the No titles will be nl stake, both season totals and may forget the teams having been eliminated from ' whole thing as a very, very bum all possible championship consfd- J° b - Bllt fo r another week, •"'"• cratloii earlier, bnt Ihe game tnkes """"""• on added significance with pros- 1'ects of a hard fought, brilliant scoring spectacle. Then, loo, Coach Baxter Pounccy, who coaches Ihe visiting Hughes eleven, is a former •Semiisole chieftain and, quite nn- lurally, j s gunning for a chance to lag-a defeat on his former mates, '" ""= "ctwun, mure appears to Be some of which he had under his " ttle <= au se for alarm here. But you wing here ! ean nnvnr loll miri imtvii»» n . n ..ifi with ROCK AT RUSSEU,- VILLB—The IJltle Rock city news~ have been beating the for a possible upset here. „ .. the recent record of the chieftain and, quite nn- bruising Bengals does not rate fav- pnpers drums While orably with that compiled earlier '" the season, there appears to be le cause for alarm here. But you ( can never tell nnd nothing would Have Met Before ' slllt Conch Wallace Bailey better -. ,,... mark the second time this . n f01 ' llls Crimsons to topple the season (lie two teams have locked lj sers from their lofty undefeatecl It will horns. A few weeks ago the tiilic hung on a 12-0 defeat at Hughes in a battle described by fans and ! players alike as one of the fierc perch. Maybe another year Ihis one. .Little Rock, 26-0. Not who have been in-mid-out all year. It is a yearly event niul tarries much tradition. It should be close, say about 13-1???? BOBCATS BY A WIHSKKR HOPE Air TEXARKANA-And speaking of close ones, this should be as tight as a inker's purse string. Looks like a toss up to me, with a lean to the Bobcats who have flushed power on occasions.' 19-13. SUBIACO AT BENTON — After coining along nicely early In the season the Bcnton Panthers, suddenly went Into a lallspln ami can't get back into the groove. But they should right here, nnd how! 25-6. CAMDEN AT MAGNOLIA— These two teams have n little argument all their -own. Magnolia wants n Place In the state sun mid can't produce. Camdcn had It, lost H and would like to gel back. Should be n helluva game. Usually is. Cam- HOT SPRINGS AT PINE BLUFF i-....>^.;> mini; i.b unv: m uiu nen> —Now, here's a real stickler. Both esl ever reeled off on any football 'f" n f nrc battling at the heels of flnlfl A nn >>1 inn „,,.,.. I SI. _i.. •_ !,. tllP IPQPHP IpnrtlllO- Tlneiff n 1-1 -1 I> the league lending Tigers and this i game is the one to decide which w ^ ^ ^ ti _ ^ i-u ! snail slay the longer, offer the the bitter'dosVtiic''cripp'led's'em-' "!?!: e .competition. It takes on the field. A carbon copy likely is in store for the customers tonight. Before they can hope io repeat inoles must devise ways nrid means " C1 ' oos! i"l" element, therefore. You of cheeking the fullback thrusts of cfm r f ach ri °wn In the family sock Rudolph Burns, hard running 190- aaa "'8 O1 'l even the last quarter lo wager on both teams being at then- best. The Trojans want revenge. So does Piue Bluff. So there pound star. He is their backfield in fact, since he does practically % all the passing and kicking and 90 ™ Ee - So docs pl »e Bluff. So there percent of tl;e leather lucgin? He : you are > n couple of feuding rivals, is fairly certain to get all-con-' "^ in m l - u°ok the only name fercnce recognition. Two big tackles wlllch "PPeai's is a striped borrtcrr- 1 head a big, slron" forward wall |°' le - Tlmt m " st indicate P. B. .71 lluglies Is Heavier I SCOI ' e? Gosh, I don't know. r-»t,*f,.n(^i.^,i _ .- ... ^_ ) JO\F.Knf)Kft AttKAi\ Kennett Checker Tram " Wins From BtytheviHe Checker players from Kennelt, Mo., nosed out the Blythevllle lenni 27-28 hi mi intcrclub match here last .night. Young was 1 high mail for Ihe Keimctt teum with 21 points and uites le<l for Blythc- villc with n lotnl of 20. The Kcn- nelt tenin was composed of four l>liiyers: McAnnlly, Phlfer, Young, Wilson. Blythevillc players .were hosier, Bloodworth, Lulcs nud Hushing. den 25-13. TULSA (WILL ROGERS) AT FORT SMlTH-If Tulsu has any- tiling near a top flight Irani there should be no trouble here The Grizzlies lost their largest tcclh early ant) haven't round 'em •i , f , Cashing Gets Second, Shot At Old Teammates My NBA Service i HANOVEll, N. H. — A : Naval Irnlnee who plnys football never knows where he stands. Typical Is the case of Don dishing,, last season of Cornell. dishing opposed the !5lg Hcd when It repulsed the Sampson Naval Training Station team, Oct. 21, nnd gets another shot nt his old Icniimmtes .when Dartmouth vislls Itlmcn r , Nov. IB He wns transferred to Hanover for further V-12 training. 1HG HOY ... CHAMPAIGN.- I,. A. Blngamar 255-)>ouml Inckle, throws Illinois line high. average disproportionately llnglif Outweighed some red .The --.-.„ -.... '15 or more ! JO ' VES(l °R<> AHEAD pounds, the Bemiuoles hope to cash I BATESV1LLE AT JONESBQRO in on their superior speed and de- —I " ad a letter from Pcle Craig ccptive attack, just as they did at ve .sterday and he said he hoped to Hughes. Thov nre countinv nn Wln Irom Balcsville. A week aEO Hughes. They nre counting on the fleet footed Denver Wilson nnd Robert Clay Driver lo race them lo victory. These two great running backs have' carried the load 'in from Balcsville. A week ago. there wns no doubt. But he isn't so sure now. The reason: (quote) "My boys have found out how good they were after beating Ely- most of the season, thanks to some J llevil le." Nuf sed. However, I give brilliant line work headed by the , em a " ecl 8 e w '* h a couple of t.d.'s brilliant guard pair, Co-Caplain , spave <mebbe). But Oiey'll hnve Gene Butler and Stan Kramer. , watch a guy named Smith—Cap- However, Kramer is clue to get the i Calvin Smith, Pioneer ace. •- -- '•--' " (• PORDYCE AT WARREN-From ceiitet- call tonight. Conch Bourns Is undecided on his'TiW, 1 " 10 ?' Khom ^P"^^ a» is lineup but it likely will shape up BUQ^ ?, bc ™"'^ th^HED as follows: Kramer, center- Butler 1? °\'" , thls Bame ' Thasc Lum and Jack- Sartain, guards' John nbe " ack5 , ^ [ °>' keep., and are , gu.iiu!>, uvnn ns r(J1|gh os snndpnper| es p ct , ially in their own back yard. The current Batesvllie team will vouch for that. They felt the full weight of , Griffin and Tommy Bannister, tackles; Long Tom Cross and Jimmy Carlisle, ends; Melvin Waggoner, Billy Sliclden, Driver and Wilson in tile backfield. Changes may be made at one guard and a backfield. post. - their power, on and off the field, not so very long ago, I'm told. With that in mind: Warren 20, Fordyce 7. three-cushion billiard tournament will be held in New York, Dec 312. up with a pretty nifty ball'ciub at Stuttgart this year, one which rates an edge over the Mustangs NTION OFFICERS! ... We Now Have Reasonably Complete Stocks of the following items: Bancroft & Society Brand Fiighter Caps 7.50 HEAVER CAPS .... 11.50 Green ElMStiqwe Slacks 13.50 Green Shirts 7,95 Green Elastiquc Blouses $35 to 47.50 Fur Lined Gloves $5 Khaki Sweaters & Scarf Sets 4.95 Also Ties, Belts, Socks, Insignia, Etc. is.*.; Cleaner- Tailor-Clothier C**in«t rtvwi wmut STEUIJEK'S LEG IN CAST OTTUMWA, In. — Bob.Steubcr former Missouri All-America back has his left leg In n cast to protect an injured knee while playing with the bilumwn, In,, Naval" Station Skyers. Air Games-TonigBt v lly Diillnl Pne.w Three conference games will nlglillglil tonight's high school foot, bull schedule In Arkansas. The Noiih Lllllo Hock Wildcats will meet the Blylhcvllle Chicks »t North Utllc nock; Hot Springs will play at Pine Bluff, ami Ulllc Rock goes lo nussclMlle. Non-conference stunts tonight include: nntcsvlllc nt Jonesboro. Seurcy nt Urinklcy. ; driest city nt Slullgurt. Cnimlen nl Magnolia. Faycllcvllle at Sprlngdalc. Tulsn, Oklahoma, at Fort Binllh, Hayiiesvillc, La., nt Smnckovcr. Honors at Sllonm Springs. Hold Knob nt Wynno. Clarendon at England, Minimum nt Parkin. Hushes at Osccoln, Hetena nt Klnlnr. Harrison at Conway. • It Was A Go, And They Went That Way By NKA Sm'lcc NEW YORK.—Starters have had tnolr trials lightened considerably by (lie starting ente, but thcro was n time when a plalc umpire nl Ebbds Field ,'md nn easier Job. One afternoon at old Jerome Park In The Bronx, Jacob Plncus was having (rouble with nn unruly field nixl nn English nmntcur rider was experiencing difficulty with n lem- pcraiiicnlii) inounl. Finally Plucus, first famed ns the trniner of Pierre Lorlllnrd's English Derby winner, Iroijiiols, sent the field uway with Ihe Britisher left nt tile post. The visitor turiieil quickly to the star!- er, nnd, hoping It wns n fnlso slnrt, nsk«l: "fs It n 'do,' Mr. Plncus?" "Yesl" shouted Jacob Plncus, polnllng down the Inick, "mul J think they went (lint way." RAF Instructor Here Harold Slornborg, former lilythc- Here's What We Mean By ER KING SERVICE ^. . Here At Hudson's: E^FICIEHTWORKMA^P When you send us your garments for dry cleaning you may he sure th;it they get (he finest attention miidern equipment anil expert cleaners .can give them. In spite of the increased demands on <>Ur service these days, the quality of our work has not suffered. Truly, here at Hudson's "Better Cleaning Costs IVo More." * EXPERT ALTERATIONS A force of two skilled seamstresses and one tailor is at work in our shop at all times. Repairs, alterations and reslyling are offered our customers at reasonable prices. We guarantee satisfaction. FUR CLEANING AND REPAIR Send your finest furs to Hudson's for cleaning, alterations and repairs . . . And rest assured (hat they will receive the most careful handling. Prices on fur work on request. RUSH SERVICES Ordinary cleaning service in our plant may lake from three lo four days . . . However, we offer a special 'M hour service to our customers who are in a rush . . . Garments handled on this rush basis receive the same qquahty cleaning that distinguishes all our work. BERLOU MOTHPROOFING Here is guaranteed mothproofing for clothing, drapes, furniture, blankets, rugs, etc., that has received U. S. Government endorsement. Articles that have been Herlou . Mothproofed arc guaranteed against moth damage for 10 years. Ask for prices. QUALITY DYEING Expert dyeing rounds out our complete dry cleaning service. Hring us the garments you want dyed—if we accept them you may rest assured "(hat the job will be satisfactory. Call 2612 For Service HUDSON Cleaner-Tailor-Clothier vlllc glimcr niKl collon merchant mid now n flight, JnjiiucUn In llie Koyul All' Force, spcnl jestcidiiy hero wlicfo he met his nwtlici, Mrs 8. 8. BIcrjitei'K, now of Chlcnco, wlio is visiting frlwub u|,« 0 nt- Iciultnj! lo business. In the united Slates Aimy Air Corps Rewvc on • Inacllve duty, 4 ,' Mr. Steinberg hit* bcon with the" KOJPB! Air Force /or some time. • Stationed at Terrell, Tern, he Is n part of n group of American ,et- , vlllnn fllcia especially trained to In-, . Blind in the live English bases established In tho urlted States. • New Suits and Topcoats In 100% Woolen Fabrics- We invite your inspection of our new Fall suits and topcoats. . u .' ' r AM the new patterns are here, in 100"''wool fabrics that are tai- lj lored for smart appearance and long wear. A comparison of price tags will show you the truly outstanding values we are offeririq. . . . Yes, we have your size. SUITS PRICED TOPCOATS PRICED 24.75 to $45 29.75 to $45 A Large Selection oi Value-priced JACKETS Jackets for sporl sand every day wear. Super practical for cool days with odd slacks. Woolens, rainproof wimlbrok- crs, smooth now leathers. Choose yours from our inclusive showing. LEATHER JACKETS 13.50 to 19.75 MANHATTAN WINDBREAKERS 5.50 ( '^-xJvl^ .MANHATTAN TIES MANHATTAN SHIRTS choose from. ", f " CW IwUerns to A " si ." 5 "> «*«* ="'1 «m«i new fancies. PQRTIS HATS Fine fur tells in the season's iicw siiapes and shades. $1 to 3.50 2.75 up 7.50 to $10 H U DSO N " ' " Cleaner- Tailor-dl&thier

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