The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1944 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, NOVEiMBKK 17, 19-M Chicks Primed For Invasion Ot Humes Tonight; Memphians Hold Edge In Weight, Experience *. * * •' • « . How The Chicks And Tigers Compare BLYTHEVILLE <AKK.) COURIER NEWS Blythcvlllc High School Chlcka- BRWS nnd Humes High Tigers of Memphljf appeared oil cd B c for their football . battle tonight at Haley Held, the first meeting on the endiron of tlie two schools. Greeted by Ideal weather condition, Hie (.nine is expected to at- i-acl o, 1( . of ,I K , lnrgt , st a . mvl)s ol Hie season and will get under way promptly at 8 o'clock. Conch Arvll Green gave the Chicks cue final checkup last night In a Di'lef but enthusiastic workout under (he lights and pronounced them in perhaps the best physical and menial condition of the campaign. Question marks that have been hovering over Stan Hood, fleet left Halfback, and J. L. Johnson, elan- Bated left end, have disappeared •iiid both should be nt tliolr best fpr this conte.st which may mark the beginning of a colorful and friendly rivalry. ' Hood Is Kit Hood has been bothered with a Painful pulled muscle In his legs which handicapped Ills running no little In tlie overwhelming defeat ut North Little Rock last week, But lie has nursed the member along carefully and practically eliminated all the trouble. His return to form will greatly increase (he chances of the tribe against the powerful Bliiff City cniry. "Sleepy" knocked down a shoulder at the Wildcat liar and hasn't been up to par. Kg, fast and powerful, j. L. has been outstanding all year. It was he snagged the No. niylhcvlllc 34 Johnson 33 Kempcr JO Koonce 36 Blomeyer Ratcllfr tc) Wilson Ferguson 15 Sylvester 28 Hood Nicholson Wt. I'os. No. Humes 164 L,E. 48 Sewcll 160 L.T. 142 UG. 161 (1. 1<!2 O. 158 R.T. 152 R.E. 148 Q.n. 153 L.H. 129 B.H. 175 P.B. 46 D. Davis 22 Riilemaii 29 Jones 33 Williams 58 D. Kaurcz U2 Taylor Si Wittier 44 Speros Cmils Crook 21 55 Wl. ICO 100 157 115 150 190 1UO 125 150 DOPE BUCKET touchdown pass from Hood in the final play ol the first half, in addition to turning in a whale of a defensive game. Aiuly Rogers, a member of the sports staff of the Commercial Appeal, is expected to be on "and to cover the Chick-Tiger scrap for his newspaper tonight. It also will be a sort of homecoming for Andy, who is a native dyed-in-the-wool. Arknnsnn. He covered sports for the Pine Bluff Commercial when the Zebras and Chicks were in the midst of their heavy feuding and, naturally, helped heap on the coals and keep (lie thing blazing — for Tine Bluff. And who could blame him? Formcv Arkansas Coach Jimmy Patterson, who should lj e quite familiar with Arkansas Jootbal) since he was head man of tiic Kordycc Bedbugs for •many seasons, is bringing one of tlie finest Humes teams in history of the school. The Bengals have rolled up an impressive record of fix wins and two defeats, scoring 102 points •ngnln.sl 51 by the opposition. Their winning streak of six in a row was checked two weeks ago by the South Side Scrappers. C.B.B., second ranking Memphis team and just n peg above the Tigers, dLslied put a .15-7 defeat iast week to extend their winning ways. But the Bengals are due for a rebound and it may come with full£ force tonight. - / . -• >•' — > With possible exception of 185- pound Billy Oswald, star tackle, the Memphians are due to be at full strength for this invasion. Oswald is not scheduled to break in the- lineup due to injuries. They will flash in Jerry Crook, fullback, one of the best in Memphis prep , circles who is due to bear Uie jl offensive brunt of their attack. The "Red" Williams, 157-pound „ and Don Kaurcz, 130-pound tnckle and a likely candidate for all-Mem- cxporience the —^-.- .. decided edge. Thanks to the pair of 100-pound tackles, Knurez and Billy Davis, Iheir line averages approximately 170 pounds, or an average of 12 more than the tribe. The back- iields rate about even in poundage. Brisk lialtle Anticipated Fans can expect a brisk scrap between two fast elevens which feature speedy offensives, equally divided on the ground nnd in the air. Featuring young crook, a dashing 150-pouncier, the Bengals operate from the single wing,and utilize to the best advantage the speed of the backfield quartet. They use an abundance of spinners, reverses, ami lightening thrusts at the line, in addition to forward passes p thrown principally by their star buck. The Chicks have concentrated on a running attack with practically Ay 3. P. FKIEND CALLING ALL CRYSTALS Now is the time for all good guys and gals So come to the aid of a crackpot who continues In this Tom foolery of attempting to pick the winners in the Arkansas High School Football Conference, which is In.the midst of Us greatest season of upsets. With a very unsteady and uncertain tread, and eyes shut good nnd tight, as usual. Here goes again: PINE BLUFF AT LITTLE ROCK den Hurricane has been doing pretty fair under Ihe ex-Chick Pete Ciflljf. It's No. G for Pete et nl ''O-o WYNNE AT PonilEST CITY-The Mustangs let me down List week. I picked 'em to finish sccjtid to Stuttgart and they forged ahead of tlie Hiceblrds, 12-0. That's lust about the margin of victory for tonight. HUMES HIGH OF MEMPHIS AT ISLYTHEVlLLE-Hold on one minute while I catch ihut ph3|.. c . u might be a Up. Marines To Play BAAF In Basketball Opener Marines from the Walnut niilgp Ark., station will invade BAAF Wednesday night for the locals' /irst basketball game of the season The Pliers, BAAP officers' team will meet an •aggregation of Marine officers In the first contest bc- einnlny; at 7:30 p. ,„., ^ Ulc Recreation Hail. The Bombers Blytheville GI team. \/ From * Ulylhevllle Airport "Uncle Mitch 1 ' Ingrain Is going on 80 and admits his age Is n IHlle nunliLst him, but he has been bitten by (he flying bug. "Undo Mitch" Is (he name by which his frlcndf. call K, M. Ingnim, 70-ycnr- old cnrctakcr nl the municipal' airport. Lust week Mr. Ingrain told Instructor Johnny Fields he reckoned It was about lime he went for 1111 airplane vide, lie had been watch- Ing the ot/iers fly and they seemed to have a' lot of fun. Seemed safe enough, too. So "Unele Milch" into a Cub and Johnny , climbed book away on this one. Past performances, either this season or in the past Just doesn't figure in doping this one out. If I were to listen to my good sense and Instinct I would pick the Zebras who have the Injun sign on the Tigers. But, dumb-like, I ,am taking the performances for the year and choosing Little Rock to cop. But, please don't come and rub It in, in case 1 pick the wrong horse. I just like the averages, that's all. TROJANS TO TKOMI' RVSSELLVILLEAT HOT SPRINGS—I realize full well that the Crimson Tornado has been blowing a lusty gale over in Rus- scllville. I also am mindful of the fact that Coach Wallace Bnlley has come up with the finest team in recent years. The cold black figures also reveal that on the basis of comparative scores they should get the edge, since I like the riggers so well. But this guy Canada plays on the Hot Springs outfit. That's all, brother, and it's Hot Springs by a couple of touchdowns, at Jcast. NORTH -LITTLE .ROCK, AT ; FT. SMITH—One of the biggest disappointments in the Big 15 has been Fort Smith. Before the season the dopeslcrs picked them as the conference dark horse; the team most likely to succeed, if you please. And what happened? As usual, the X-nerts were on the other, side of the fence. The Grizzlies have been ,...^..^.. .„ triuiii, ui i, nun iitm^ix. A. iiu DlfTcd <lfl(l bft tlgcc! f fOIll SOtll POSt forward wall features All-Memphis' to goal post, and are due for a:i"""'"' " rlni "" J ' oilier thumping from the Wildcats. FORDYCE AT CAMDEN—This is a battle of the "also rans" with little to choose—or say—either way. Anything is liable to happen. But the Camden Panthers appear to earn a sltght^and I did sny slight, mind you—edge. A tie is not out of reason. But look for scoring on both shies. WILDCATS BY A WHISKER EL DORADO AT TEXARKANA— There hns been a lot said pro and con about this Texarkana team this year. They have been both Inconsistent and unpredictable. But they pack a pretty fail wallop and should give the Wildcats a lot o' (rouble before the final whistle However, the felines ought to be ahead at the finish. Not too much ahead, but cnuf. NASHVILLE AT HOPK-For the last several seasons the Nashville entry has rated one of the strongest non-conference teams in the state. This year is no exception. They have something down there and are due to thump the Bobcats, despite the fact that Coach Foy Hammons' charges held El Dorado to a tie and won a couple of games. Look for a tight score. SEARCY AT JONESBORO-LIke the old gray marc, the Lions nitft what they used to he nnd the Gol- —Just to prove there is absolute!)'. with the Marines' enlisted men's nothin' courageous attached to this, squad in the second game, tedious job, here's n real stickler to — begin with, on the basts of records, Veterans Have Donee aw, fiddlesticks, you can throw the «u«tc The trainee of Group 2, Subsection B-13, all of whom are veterans of overseas experience, took time off from their military duties Wednesday night to entertain their dates at a dance at the American Legion Hut in Blytheville. Music was furnished by five musicians from the 651st AAF Band and refreshments were served. Honored guests at the dunce were First Lieut. M. j. Angell commanding officer of Ij-13; Sec-' und Lieut. Jack Keefe, officer In charge of Group 2; and Major Harold Arthur, legal claims officer. phis honors. In weight and Bengals hold every member of the backfield taking part. But just recently they have shown a growing tendency towards the .open style' of attack with a generous use of the overhead game. They alternate between the T and single wing. Tlie game will be in the hands of four capable officials: Lieut. Bill Adams, former Arkansas Stale College star; Lieut. Cecil Garrison, who won considerable acclaim at Southwestern of Memphis after a fine Berlin lias a monument to the horses which served during World War I. look him for a spin over (own. Thai's when (he bu« got lloltl of "Uncle Mitch." I'm going ngaln pretty man, 1 ' he promised. "Ami tlie next time I wnnl lo really go somewhere. I'd like lo (jo n little higher, lea" In making his first flight, Mr. Tngi'fim actually, came near flying ever the place where he WHS born, when Mississippi County wns little more Hum uackivoods and swamps. He was born on a farm at Gosncll, about where 'the Ulythcvlllo Army Airfield now stands. Eddie Warner, CAA Inspecloi from Little Rock, dropped in Wednesday to give u few of the local enthusiasts some tesl.s. clnlr Millci mul Harold Sudbnry passed Uicli lllght Icnts lor private licenses which will come.through ns soon as they have completed Iheir remaining ground school work. J. T. Lcc ol Lepimto took his written test for private license ns did C. B. Wood Jr. Cliff Scbaugh iinil Sonny Osborne look tests for ground school instructors. Russell Barham, local glniier, can thank aviation 1 for snving' litjir sonic valuable lime this week .when n gin bearing Ijrokc. Cecil ' yvrot'cn cnme to his rescue, flying his speedy lillle Culver Cadet lo Mnttoon, III. where he obtained a ne'w" bearing and a service man, In u lllltc:more than rive hours he wns back.with the bearing and service man after covering 610 airline miles and-making two stops. Tlic plane • nverag cd 20 miles to the gallon "of an= on the trip. That would he pretty good even for n car. Egg albumin is used in' making camera film, adhesives, paints, fcr- .tili/ers, paper siting, and printers ink. , ... GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! r 24 Hour Service Also—Vulcanizing and Tirt Repaii WADE COAL CO. N. Hwy. 61 CEILING PRICES I'hone 229» NOUCE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may be ruining your property. C»U m« lo, check-up without cost or obligation. RATB, MICE AND KOAGH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK . H. C. BLANKENSH1P •M C. K«nt«ek7 UM „.,„.,,, , llllly mr rlcla „ record at faearcy, Arkansas; Lieut, team for the last two seasons. Allen Hurley, all-round athlete at Iowa, and Staff Sergt. Robert Tubbs n product of Little Rock High school nnd coach of the crack Blytheville Army Air Field baseball J. LOUIS CHERRY -NEW yORK LIFE-INSURANCE CO. BlythcvHJc, Ark. • Planters Hdw, Co., Inc. home of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT DE LAVAL MILKERS and SEPARATORS GOULD'S ELECTRIC WATER PUMPS U. S. BELTING and PACKING CANDLEWICK CRYSTALWARE COMPLETE LINES OF HARDWARE Phone 515, Blythevitle, Ark. ". DRS..NIES & NIES OSTEQPATHIC PHYSICIAN!, RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CANCER} OFFICE HOURS. 8:00-12:00 and 1:10-5:00 Clime 6U M»i-> WylneTllle, Ark Cmme Z»2J Buy Your Winter Supply of WOOD and KINDLING While U Is Available. PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL PRICE ON 100 RANK LOTS! BARKSDALE MFG. CO. Blytheville, Ark. 2911 MODINGER-POETZ TIRE*CO. Announcement- This is to announce to our friends and the general public that we have sold our Hardware and Furniture business to the Missco Implement and Hardware Company of Osceola. This concern will consolidate their stock of implements, etc., with our stock of hardware and furniture in our present location and will continue to operate a hardware, furniture and implement business. We know of no finer gentleman than Mr. Faber White, who is co-owner and will be manager of this large concern'" We think Mr. White will give Eastern Arkansas the finest mercantile establishment it has ever known. We are proud. to see our business pass into the hands of this able business' I man, Our business has operated for sixty-four years without a' day's let-up or business failure of any kind. It was formed by • our father, N. G. Cartwright, in 1880, He came to Arkansas a' ., young man.from Elizabeth City, North Carolina, after the- Civil War. He was in General Lee's army and surrendered 1 : under General Lee at Appomattox. In coming to Arkansas; he settled at El mot, five or six miles north of ,0sceold; and : married Sallie Elizabeth Williams and started farming!': The'--•• ,;:^;"bverflow,got!his crop for three years straight and he decided'; to move to Osceola and open a harness shop, from which' our present business grew. He wasoneof Osceola's first mayors, when the population was only 250 people. Later he served- Mississippi County twice as County Judge. He was an 'ardent Democrat and his greatest disappointment was whenWil- Jiam Jennings Bryan failed to be elected President of • the" United States. IT ." • We have hoped for years that we would be able to say there will always be a Cartwright ; s Hardware, but disap-' pointments are always just around the/corner. With the passing of our brother, Finiey Cartwright^ this past July, we decided to retire from the mercantile business. We-have worked hard and possibly deserve a rest. Our business was very much like a ball team, we were the players and you were the crowd in the grandstand. We wanted to make every hit a home run but of course didn't. We did win the game, however, and at this time, we want to give you credit for much of our success. • '•'', ; 7 ' ' We are quitting the hardware business but we are not quitting Osceoia. We were born here and want to die here. At this time, we want to thank you from the bottom of our. hearts for the part you played in our bail game CARTWRIGHT Osceola, Arkansas Raymond Cartwright . ; Vance Cartyright

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