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PAGESli ^ BLYTIIEVILLE COURIER NEWS Gazette Names '<" i All-Conference \ Chick Fullback Wins r Berth On Third Team; ; Bfomeyer Mentioned ^Harvey (Cotton) Pogue, 115- pound fullback of Uie Blylheville Chlckasaws, was placed on the third £H-Conference football team by the Arkansas Gazette. •-Gerald (Corky) Blomeycr, the Chicks' fine center, was given honorable mention. I Five teams placed players on the annual Arkansas High School Conference eleven, selected with the aid of the Big 15 coaches: ,. Little Rock championship Tigers, with four all-sinters, runner-up Hot Springs with three, and North Little Rock with a ]>n!r, dominated the-dream team. .El Dorado and Pine Bluff, also rans during the campaign, were represented by one player each. Five Players Ke^peat jThore were five'repeaters on the first team. Fullback John .Hoffman of the Tigers, 196-ixnmd triple threat,. was a unanimous selection and earned Hie 'post of captain. 3, C. Baldwin, Fine BliifT, and Eugene (Bud) Canada, Hot Springs ace, ngaln won backficld spots for their fine 1344 play. Tlie Trojans' -218-pound Incklc, David Rowland, and Neill Robbins, smart, versatile, Little Rock-guard, also won honors In 1943.' Newcomers are: .Ends Sammy Sanders, Little Rock; James Lyle, El Dorado; Billy Woodicl, Little Rock, tackle; Harold Wilson, North Little Rock, guard; Ronald MiilhLs, Hot Springs, center, and Raymond Combee, North Little Rock, halfback. ,.•••• Reed Makes Second The second learn is composed of: Ncasc (North Little Rock) and Berry (Little Rock), ends; Lunney (Ft. Smith) and Kumpurls (Little Rock), tackles; James (El Dorado) nnri Linebarrier (Camden), guards; Bracy (Little Rock), center; Heed (Russellville), Turchi (Pine Bluff), Titsworth (El Dorado), and Albright (Uttle.Rock), backs. Listed on the third string were: Richards (BentonJ and' M. -Rhyne '(Ft. Smith),.ends; Helms (El Dorado) and turner (Russellville), tackles; Blassingame <<N. Little Hock) and Mil tree' (Fine Bluff), guards; Thomas (Hope), center; Mann (Carodcn), Hestlr (Lltllo Rock), Yates (N. Little Rock), and Pbgue (BlyUieville). backs: Mention Reaches Weaker Honorable mention went to:-Ends, Parker, Russellville; Fratesi, Pine Bluff; Dean, Hot Springs; Weaver, Hope; Boman, Camden. Tackles, Jameson, Camden;- Tmirston,< Ft. •Smith; "Cleveland, Hot Springs- Crowder, N. Little Rock. Guards DOPE BUCKET 9 Bi ). V. FKIKNI) SHOW IHG HliAHTS Members of the lilytheville Junior High Papooses—all ol 'cm—and their fine conch, the one nnd only "fop" Mosley, are goliii; to have something extra special this Christmas. Thanks to the generosity of some big hearted fails and local linns the Papooses will have a beautiful reversible jacket apiece hanging on the tree this year, nn expression of appreciation for their great play on the football field this year. 'Response to the appeal issued by Uie Courier News to create a f;'nd for these kids was tremendous. The Ink on the paper hnrdly hud dried before calls started coming in wimllug lo sponsor n Jncket. The first to get his name in the pot was B. 1, Allen, Sinclair Oil dealer, who contributed Jimmie to the Chicks and Berry to the Juniors. B. J. not only praised the plan, but urged the follow up of the purpose and push the Juniors to the front. It wasn't long before Ncy Hunt, father of Bill snrt Jim Hunt who >ald the supreme sacrifice with their lives during this world con- llct. Mr. Hunt wanted lo know how one got in on the Pnpoosc deal. "Brother, you're In". I (old Urn. And he was. WANTED IN, TOO "Don't forget me", pleaded BUI Affllclc of the Western Aulo Store, as if we would overlook him. The others generously chipped In their len bucks to prove their loyalty lo the youngsters. The list included besides (lie Courier and (he above mentioned: Meads Clothing, Hays Store, Pastime Billard Hall, R. n. Hughes, First National Bank. Dick's Cafe. Fred Copclnnd and the Bly- tbevillc. Recreation Pnrlor, Horum's Drug, Robinson Drug, Planters Hardware, Hail's Bakery, Ritu and Ro.xy Tlienters, Bill Wtm'derllch mid the Ainvnys Bus, Louis Anplebaum, Grabers Store, Lieut. Bill Adams, Phillips GO. Nu way Laundry, Bly- thcvillc Steam Laundry, Coca Cola, Ole Hickory Inn, Ark-Mo Power Co., Franklin Press, Rustic Inn, Paul Byrum's Implement Co., nnd Cliff Sebaugh nt the City Electric. While enough Is on hand for the purchase of the Jackets mid letters there is a need for some equipment, especially shoes, Coach Moslcy has reminded, nnd other contributions will be laken and thanks given. The awards will be ordered this week with hopes of having them on hand for Simla Clans' annual pilgrimage. I'lOKINT, HATTI.K WOUNDS I'vl. Aliirslinll Blficknrd, the big likenble ex-chick and Boy Scout lender, appears lo be gelling along just fine after hnvlng slopped a German 88 in France . . . Mnr- shnll's last letter, received only a few days ago, revealed Hint he was yet in n hospital over In Britain • . . 418(> liosp Pet Del of Pis, APO 052, % I'M, N.Y.C. . . . "I'm over In England now In a hospital, licking j»y tattle wounds, I think Captain Oene Bradley explained my condition lo yon, . . . Vm In pretty fitlr shape, a little shell shocked and nervous, but outline of Hint I'm O.K. Down to about 200 pounds now. . . . Tell Fred Copc- land and all the bunch hcllci around the Poo! Room and Red Bull Barber Shop. . . . Drop me a line and tell me all about the Chicks. . . . Gee, but I miss my football. . .' . Before long, f'm going lo give you some real done. Bui that will have to wait awhile. So, just lake It cnsy and I will tell you before I do anyone else. . . . i enjoyed what little of the World Series I got to "ear. ... I believe Ilia belter team won. (So do I. Marshall, but It was closer (linn the average fan thouuht It would be.) Miami Track Opens MIAMI, Dec. 2 (UP) — Gulf Stream Race Truck hns opened for the Winter season for the first lime.In five years. Chill breezes leld the crowd to about 11,000, but many Army and Navy dignitaries Were there for the ceremonies. Fire Power, with Porter Robers IIP. find Good Going, under Tony Ekoronski, annexed two divisions Of the $2500 liiimuRiiral handicap. Mays, Fovdyce; Willis, Button; Mc- Crackcn, Jonesboro; Wells, Hope; Jones, RusscUvllIc; Rusing. Little Rock. Centers, Blomeyer, Blythi!- vllle; Sharp, Pine Blulf; Bearley. N. Little Hock; Patrick, Camden: Chandler, El Dorado. Backs: Cuin- ble, Hope; C. Cox and Mullms, Benton; Mullins, Jonesboro; Bowers nnd Simpson, Ft. Smith; Smith, For- (lycc-, Honey, Russellville; Jacksoii, Camden; Russell, Pine BluIT. WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, Dec, 4, 8:75 p. m. Lowest Admission of any Wrestling Arena In America. Adnlts, S6c, Tax Sc-ToUl, 45c, Reserved Seats, 12c, Tax 3c-To- Ul, ISe. Children's Seat* 12e, T»x 3c. Total, 15c I Reserved Seats On Sale at the Legion Arena I Every Monday from 6 p. m. on i TEAM MATCH Roberts & Canny vs. Parker & Lawson 2 30-Minufe Preliminaries RED ROBERTS BILL CANNY JIM PARKER BUCK LAWSON Irish 'Fritz' "Krilz," a scarcely apt name for an Irish Red Seller, looks mournful us he sils in quarantine at Ihe kennels of the Dumb Friends' League in England, wailing tor his leg, doubly fraclured, to heal. He was brought lo England by German General Itamcko, who was captured at Brest. PISTONS MOVE UP AND DOWN HE AVERAGE CAR'S CHASSfS HAS 25 POINTS OF W£AR- rveeps SPECIAL WBRICANTS, AS SPECIFIED BY THE CAR'S DESIGNER.' BRING YOUR CAR IN TODAY FOR CO/VIPtgTE PRe-WINTER £SSO tOBRfCATfONf EVERY MILES YOU DRIVE 1 . ...ANDATHfN RLMOFOIUS 'THE oAJty PROTECTION AGAINST WEAR / BE SURE YOU JJjf/ CHANGE TO FRESH, WINTER-GRADE ^7fW|f ESSOMOTOROJLj COPA. I9(4,6SSOW SUR6, WF. F££L THE MANPOWER SHORTAGE _ BUT fr ivoN'r car THE OF OUR WORK ven IF we MAY neeo ABtTMORETME. STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF DEALS R 00 IT I CARt SAVtS WEAR Parker, Lawson On Arena Card Pair Faced With Job Of Stopping Canny And 'Red' Roberts TIIK OAIII) AI.L-STAH TAG MATCH "Will Bill" Canny (215) ii nd "Kotiffli Kcd" Roberta (215) VCC3IIS "H!K Jim" 1'arkcr (225) mid "Buck' 1 Jjiwson 1215) Preliminaries Parker versus Itoberts (.awstjii versus Canny Action, power mid ponderosity are expected to be on parade tonight at the American Legion arena when Promoter Ailfcc Meroney presents his weekly wrestling show, starting at 8:15. Counting Meroney, who will serve «s tile Hilly man in the i-lng, more than a half ton of the finest rln» flesh In the business will be exhibited In what bid fair to developing Into the free-for-all of all I'rce-for-alls. Wait tor Return Tlie rabid wrestling fans,, who go in for rough, tough tag matches are nil set for (his one which will mark the return of the No. 1 team of "Wild Bill" canny, the Atlanta rubber man, and his meanle partner, "Rough Red" Roberts, the LH-. He Hoclc undertaker. Making their first appearance as a tag team In several months, Canny nnd Roberta will try to tame "Big Jim" Parker and "Buck" Lawson at least twice in an hour and « lialf. Under the tag rules the winners must throw both monitors of the opposing team to count for the single fall. This is the only arena on the entire circuits where such a nile Is In vogue, which gives the local faithfuls an extra break. For Hie curtain raisers, Promoter Meroney 'lias paired off Parker against Roberts, and Lawson against Canny. A single fall decides each wlniler, with a 30- mlnnte time limit apiece. Occupy Strange I'lace Canny and Roberts occupy a strange and unusual place in the affections of Blythcvillc ring fans. There nrc none who draws as much' ire and indignation from the customers as docs either one of the villainous pair. They make no bones, do not try to disguise their efforts inside the ring. They arc meanics an ( | proud of It. The boos and Insulting remarks from the gallery nnd ringside are as so much music to them. They simply thrive on it, and of late their diet has been anything but lean. While expert showmen and boast a thousand tricks apiece, both arc fine wrestlers. Canny la one of the hardest hitters in the game, and also (he roughest, He has a playful partner In this fellow, Roberts. «')io can match his rough, 'tough qualities with the best of sandiia- per qualities. Make First Start ';, For Parker nnd Lawson this match marks their first local start ns a tag team. But from all Indications it should not be a novelty. Both have been at this sort of stuff for many, many years with phcnomlna! success. They were on tne program lust week which proved to be one of the best of the current season.• - Parker > dropped a hairline decision to Lhe veteran Roy Welch,. ,ovliJl' p :.:Bu'ct, turned ;M tables pn'iYaq'ui Joe; the full. bldo'(l= ed-' exvYaqiii chicf;.';hi,;two' • b i uisirif, thrilling individual matches. They form the happy combination of skill, power and punch to match hnt of Canny and Roberts. If they pack enough is a question only time will reveal. \/From Blythcvlltc Airport \/ Winter skies .offer smooth flying, and amateur pilots here look full ndvaiitnge of the week-end of fair weather lo log more hours. It didn't make much difference that ihc wind wns a bit chilly. Mufflers, overcoats and gloves felt good. Dr! L, L. Huheiicr, who flew l/> Liltle Rock and back in his Culver Cadet, climbed out of the cockpit H'ith n nifty blue woolen helmet on. "I had It ma<lc especially,'^ he explained, us, some of the''hoys fast envious eyes. ' • » * * How do you feel when yon solo? Ask Air Crew Trainee Stiinlcy B. Walsh, Brookline, Mass., who got the nod from Instructor Johnny Fields bile yesterday afternoon. "] wasn't a bit nervous," Walsh remarked, "until 1 made my approach. Then I realized I was coming in loo high, so I just clr- i clod Ihc field and Iricd it again."! i A group of onlookers washed as' 'Wnlsh brought the Cub in for a I .f.'icd landing. 'He was smiling from' |car to car when he climbed out' and exclaimed, "Boy, Oh Boy!" I • • . 1 Another ;luc!c»t who soloed last week was Russell Hays. BlyUieville! merchant. Fields tacked his shirt tail on Ihe office wall for all to admire. Incidentally, Mr. Hays stuck around yesterday afternoon long enough to watch Walsh solo. • * » The big wild geese nrc not the only Inhabitants of Canada winging their way southward these days. One Canadian plane, heading to warmer clinics, stopped over nl the BlyUieville airport Saturday afternoon. It was a Luscombe, piloted by Henry Cole, who 'signed in from Quebec, Ont. He had n passenger whose name was not learned. nnd the two were bound for Houston, Texas. * • • T. E. Parks; Unioii City, Term., banker and' one of West Tenncs- see's flying enthusiasts, brought n | couple lo Blytncvlllc late Saturday r.fternoon In his Cub Coupe. Purpose, matrimony. However, they were Ino late to obtain a license at the local office. * * * Another plane lias been added to he fleet of private ships at the Blythcvillc airport. It is a Taylnr- i-rr.fl/.owned by Newberry Johnson of Steele, Mo. MONDAY, DECKMJJEK 4, I9'W Air Force Grid Title At Stake Randolph Field Will Meet Superbombers In Bond Benefit Game NEW YORK, Dec. 4 (U.P.)—The Treasury Department will try its luck again at promoting a football (jame, this time to determine the American Air f.- 0 rce roolball championship. With the Army-Navy bond sale a fair success, the War Bond Division will now turn IU> efforts to promoting the matching nt Randolph Field and the Second Air Force Superbombers In New York. The Randolph Held outfit will be pitting it.s perfect record against (hat of the Ivlce-bealen Supcr- bombers In New York. Tlie game has been designated as » Bond-Bowl battle nnd may re- iull In the sale nl 80 million dollars in bonds through the handling of 50,000 sent purchases. Purchasers must buy "E" certificates while paying $2 for their scats. The cash process will be turned over ,lo the Army Relief Association. The Treasury's War Finance Committee says that a large block of .choice seats will be placed on sale for purchasers of higher denomination bonds. And tickets will be sold with the stipulation that icrviccmcn In the New York area Kel the scats. Wounded veterans .ind men returning from overseas will get first call. Randolph Field's Ramblers arc considered by inimy fans as the Non-Conference Stars Include Osceola Guard OSCEOLA, Dec. 4.—Gene Butler, crack ,left guard of the Osceola Semlnoles, was placed at his favorite position on the 1944 annual all non-conference high school team as selected by the Arkansas Gazette. Of the 15 teams represented on the first squad of 21, Hal Stand!, powerful Parkin captain, and Lloyd Marcus, Marlanna back, represented the Northeast Arkansas Conference. Purycar, Marked Tree tackle, was named on the third team along with Butter. Blake, Parkin tackle; Shaw, Marked Tree, and Treadway, Marlanna, were accorded honorable mention recognition. Receives Air Medal Staff Scrgl. Charles T. Bunn of Ulythcvillc, overseas for the past four months with the Army Air Forces in England, ijas been awarded the Air Medal. Sergeant Runn's wife and child are making their home in Blythc- villc while ho Is overseas. He is the nephew of Mrs. Corinthia Hill, also of this city. Albemarlc Sound in North Carolina is the largest coastal freshwater sound in the world. Open 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Monday Night ONE SUOW ONLY The Story of Dr. Wqssell' (In Tcclmicolor) with Gary Cooper I'.-iramounl A'civs Short Tuesday PAL NITE Weekend Pass Ilnrlcr System MURPHYSBORO, III. (OP)—Tlie cigarette and shotgun shell shortages have given birth to a barter lystein In Muruhysboro—one shotgun shell brings three cigarettes. Whistling in the Dark CHILDRESS ARMY AIR FIELD, Tex. (UP)—Flying a bomb- Ing mission over Toulon, Lt. James DC Paola was listening to n radio broadcast from Berlin. Just as he dropped Ills bombs on the target, he heard "Happy Days Arc Here Again" ring'out. "It wns funny," U. Do Paoln snld. top college or service team in Ihe Nation. Tliey have gone undefeated while winning nine straight games all of Ihem with ease. They have scored 408 points for nn average of more than 45 per game. And their goal line has been crossed bnl once. That one offender was a Texas eleven who scored while being beaten 42 to C. Having defeated Hie standout teams of the Southwest Conference, the Ramblers became tco good to get a return invitation for the annual Cotton Bowl game. From where I sit... ^/ Joe Marsh. ! Trouble Often Starts at Home Road the other day where some folks have put up ,$100,000 to establish a bureau to combat intolerance and prejudice. Reckon we all agree (hat that's a mighty worthy cause. But 1 n-ondcr if tolerance, like so many other things, doesn't Begin at home. You take a family where Ma dEi.lects to hubby's smoking in the parlor; and Pa can't stand his wife's hats; and they both yell at Sis for liking to listen to swing imisic-and you've got the seeds of trouble! Trouble that spreads to intolerance among neighbors, and intolerance among nations. From where I sit, you can put your faith in the family that lives and lets live—where Pa enjoys his smoke and maybe a mellow glass of beer or two; and Ma wears funny looking hats nnd likes.'em; and Sis grows up as healthfully full of spirits as a eh lid should be. © 1944, BRCTflHC WDUSTOT FOUNDATION • ARKMSAS COMMITTEE J.HUCH WHWTOH, State Director, 402 PYRAMID BUXMITTUdOCK s-'^SS^ ^MWf*"^^ 4 f*™8 'i'-V^' ESr i—~*<. ~*TL &"* ' m. -^ • «Pi • Whenever possible, Coast Guardsmen wash their heavy underwear every day — using a tough-brisiled brush of coconut fiber to gel the fabric spanking-clean for inspection. Underwear has to be plenty "rugged" to slgnd this daily scrubbing — and Coast Guard specifications make sure it is. • You also want long wear with easy comfort when you buy underwear. So the brand you pick means a lot. During the past 43 years. Hones has applied fine craftsmanship to the knitting and tailoring of underwear that fils properly and gives you full value in wear at moderate prices. • Look for the familiar Hanes label when you buy — sign of the underwear that has made friends wilh millions of men. If sometimes your dealer's stock is low, he should have more soon. Hanes production is serving both our men in the Armed Forces and those at home. . . . P. H. Hanes Knilting Co., Winston-Salem, Norlh Carolina. "We've got to be good—there's a : fellow in our; outfit who writes history books!" , HEADACHE CtpcdJnt rrlicvci b««(]. ct )« ' Otc»u« :t'« Hqnld. Iu ID'. dj to b*ir- D twina tri» . ft liso iwthf* ntiv« t*n- llon doe to th« ptin. Ui« orJy u dimt«ii lOe.JQc 6fe. R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAT NIGHTS , Box Office Opens 7:15—Show 8tari»a at 7:38. "" BATDEDArS & SUNDAYS Box Office Opens 1 Show Start* 1:15 Last Time Today 'THE MASTER RACE" TRUE as the facts of life—TIMELY as the next tick of your watch— THRILLING as the dawn of peace The Dramatic Shock of the Century —An Edward A. Golden Production 1 iVJth George Coulouris,.' Slanley I Ridges, Osa Massen, Carl Esmond, F Nancy Gates, Morris Carnovsky, Gavin Muir RKO NEWS AVD COMEDY Tuesday & Wednesday Tuesday Night Is Opportunity Night "LITTLE ABNER" Your favorite cartoon alive on thc| screen based on United Feature Comic by Al Capp RKO NEWS AND COMEDY New Theaterl Manila's Finest What have you done today that] some mother's son should die for you tomorrow? —BUY BONDS— in our lobby. No waiting.] We are issuing agents. Last Time Today "DOUGH GIRLS" with Ann Sheridan & Alexis "Smith Fox News & Short Tuesday A I "THAT'S MY BABY" with nichan! Arlen ,1- Ellen Dreir Serial <t Shorl with riscoll \ Noah Isccry, Jr. Selected Shorls THE NATI UNDERWEAR CHICKASAW! Wett Mate New Zlit St. Sat. rtarte 12:«J; Sun. start* 1:4 Night >how» 5:45 Except Monday, open* 8:« Contbinoui shows Bit. mud B«n. | ^^•••••••^^^••^•^iBBXMMMMMH^l^HIM Last Time Today "HI, NEIGHBOR" with Jean Parker Universal N'eivs Comedy Tuesday BUDDY NITE 2 Tickets For the Price or 1 'THE DESPERATE CHANCE WITH ELLERY QUEEN'| wllh William Gargan and Margaret Llndscy Also Comedy

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