The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1944 · Page 8
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December 15, 1944

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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i'AGE EIGHT BLYTIIKVILLE COURIER NEWS Service Teams Clash Tomorrow Randolph Field Team '• To Vie Superbombers; "Packers Face Giants v NEW YORK, Dec. is. (UP)— Four powerful teams, two service squads and two profession*!! outfits, ore making final preparations for a couple of rugged football! games this '' ' ' It* ,... DOPE BUCKET i. e. rauNo CAIJ.1NG AU, COOKS -If you are planning a spaghetti supper and are In uccrt of n cook to prepare the tasty dish, look no I have a good one 'iVTomorrow tlie Randolph, Field Ramblerg "and the Second 'Air Force §uperl>6mljers will tangle In the Bond Bowl game and on Sunday ,t}ie New York Giants and the Green gay Packers .\rill meet lor the Na- Ucis.il t-Prbfesslojial football championship. - •''•.'• i £ Three, of the teams already are lii New.,York 'for the. two 'earnes, while the Green Bay Packers arc at.thc jJn)Yersity-.pf Virginia where they ha^e '.been .practicing. . , /? ; Eftrty' reports Indicate that the Randolph- Field eleven, which went through: the season undefeated and untied,-, will. be lilghly favored over the Second-air : F-orc«. '.'One .of the most fnijwrtcml reasons that the Ramblers will be fn- vorcd fs Lieut. Bill Dudley, .former All-America from Virginia as well tis'.b£ing ,a pro star for Pittsburgh. The.", handsome Dudley Is pretty wrapped up at -the moment trying to, talk ills Houston, Texas, sweetheart into marrying him, but he intends' to. take a couple of hours off from that job tomorrow to do n spot of football playing for Randolph Field. ; .' . :.. Dudley says he doesn't, believe the /men playing lor a service team can work -up nearly sp much spirit as, the lads' who play .college and professional football, ... . ' . • : He says:; •','.' I "A service player has so many other regular 'duties, important duties, that . football . seems incidental. However, after the game starts; the old j enthusiasm; comes . back, and you're. out there trying to win, just as -'hard -as ever." -Dudley also says that he plans to go back lp professional football af- tei the war, at least lor a coupla of seasons }Vhen asked If he would jump the National League'for one of the new pro loops if offered more money; he answered ^ "Thut, would depend on (lie np- pai'ent stability of the new circuit, and the amount ot money offered You know, 1 ; If you jump the National League, .5 ou'rc automatical!) barred from 'coming back to it for fHe long years' The bulk of the Second Air Foice attack will He on the shoulders of Lie\il Glenn Dobbs, former Tulsa University "star I Dobbs, has Jpeen. a yllal factor in the'rouslng- success of the Supci- bombers thlS'yea,r and lie will be playing his last game as a, 'service star because there is a rule agalnsl a man playing more than t»o years .It's the first tlnie Dudley and Dobbs have' faced eh'ch fo'thci" on the gridiron and ll should add a mighty flue spark to (the game. « The Sunday professional championship, game /should- bo a illtle tougher with the Green Bay Packers slightly favored over the New York Giants, despite the Giants' 24 to 0 victory over 1 the Packers during the regular season >.llew_York won' the eastern title by belling the '.Washing ton' JWd- skins' twb^kfo Jp',a /rdw, tut jhitt ja^JStom iwfer&x^Merf' Wsfft ^^M?WiMiMm^«-W- Ing ground- gainer, was Injured. Before the outbreak of the war, England spent ^$15,000,000 'annually for cut flowers farther. s|»lted, and I do menu n good one. He is Matt Scruggs. Mr. and Mrs, Scruggs entertained the Jilnlor High Papooses Thursday night and Molt did the honor of preparing the spaghetti for the lovely affair.- . . Two (2) empty plates are convincing evidence that I took a special fancy to It. . . The kids, their dates, nnrt other gucslK, which included "Pop" Moslcy, who guided the Papooses to n very fine season, Coach Arvil Green of the Chicks, Frank WbiUvorlh, who helped the Juniors niter work hours, anil others Irad no trouble at nil disposing of their plates. . . HAVE NEW NAME --Mr. and Mrs. Hill Carney, who rate No. 1 ns the local spoils funs, overheard a new name for the Papooses. . . It ivfls during a Chick game that some officer huiutml when the "Chickadees" were scheduled to play. . . DISCOVERS A REASON—Coach Green tells this one on big Frank Ashby, the 225- pound Chick tnckle. ... It. seems that Frank hadn't been out very long and naturally wns having his troubles getting into shape. . . On tills pnrllculnr occasion the boys were warming up, getting the klnkii out of their muscles before game Ime when Prank stumbled Into tho hesslng room for last minute instructions. . . . With his breath coming In rompers, he muttered, 'I-I-I can sec (puff, puff) why-you- !cllo\vs (puET, pull) lose so many (puff, puff) games (pull, puflj. You run (pulf, pun") yourselves down (|iuiT, puff) before the game (putt, )li(I) even starts." MAY GET TOOKTIIl'K Lieut. Russell Mosley and Corp. Carlos Deal, tcammutes on the Chicks, may be reunited on foreign Sam Owens, Carlos' uncle, reveals the two have the same APO numbers. settled overseas now. They likely liuvc Both urc imllint! for the same ship . . . And it.'Isn't at nil Impossible tlml they will operate' together, though un- likelv Russ is a H-17 pilot, while Carlos is a radio-gunner. 1 .... GHEETINGS—Pvt. Robert C. (Red) Baxter,- Chick wlngmnn during the 1934-36 cm, sends-Chrlstmas greetings* from Amartllo, Texas, (Sec. K, Brks.'1105, AAA Fleldi, where he Is in.training as n gunner. . . There Is every possibility thnthe and dipt Calvin .(Htckorynul Hcnd) Moody luivc gotten together, since Caldn has been stationed there as a combat' instructor for some time. . When -Lieut. Alvln Justice wns here cnroute to his new usslgnmeiH following receipt of wings and commission, he revealed that he tlc\\ into Amnrlllo at least n ilozen times ut did not know the little ex-Chick ard was there. . . FROM INDIA Lieut. Armando Uiicci, who serv- as -postal olticer at the Dlythc Open 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Friday and Saturday 'Raiders of the Border 1 with Johnny Mack Brown & Raymond Hatton Serial: "Adventures of the Flyiiij Cartels." Short Saturday Midnight Show SUrti 10:45 j>. m. Yellow Canary with Anna Neagle & Richard Greene Selected Shorts ' Sunday and Monday 'Man From •• Frisco' MicUcl p'Shta & Anne Shirley P»r»m»?nt .News ''\ ," " 1 l Sh«H.. /(' Illc Army Air 1'lekl mid playcil some irrciil bnskctljall will) the Filers KSI year, V-nmlls Yiilctldc grcct- ngs from Indln (I30(itli A'APBU, IW 3C DATS, AFQ 082, % PM, New York Cltyi . . , Ueut. Iluccl Is a loi'incr Provldcncu, R. I., postal cliy-k. •\MKKS HIS OWN Pfc. Bert Dueiii), who lias recently arrived overseas, is doing his own Christinas card work tills ,sca- ion. ... At least lie needed no licli) on llic one lie sent to Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bcrl Diiijaii, Sr. . . A skilled iirtist, Hcrt sketched a plc- ,ure of his islmid for his greeting background... . . And he overlooked nothing. . . He even Included the native pickaninnies 11.suppose that's ;i yood term) . . . His new address Is: 5ATG Wing, Oth Iichet6n, APO 920, % PM, San Francisco, Calif. . . ?Ie is a glider mechanic and received his training at Shcppard Field, Texas. . . HAS SAME—lie nay not know it, hut Uenl. George 1'm.sty, the yanic little dyinimo who also served with the Chicks, hns the same AI'O number. . . George Is flying with the ATC in the Pacific. . His address lii; til Troop Carrier S(|dn., APO 020, % PM, 'Frisco. . IN PELICAN STATE—(Jorp. Richard Roberts (lid not obey Hornce Orcelcy's command, . . Instead went south from Illinois and landed lit liarksdale Field, La., for a spell, which may lie brief. The former Chick track star who also played in the crack I3IIS band, is a radio operator on a B-2G. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15,- Read Courier News Want Ads. Grid Lettermen To Be Announced 'Announcement of Ihe lettermen uiul other Individual honors will lie among the features of tile annual chlckasaw Athletic Cluli football biino.uet tonijjlit at. 7:30 o'clock til the Smlbuiy School dining .hall when the niytliovJlle High School Chicks and Junior High Paiwoscs will be signally .honored. " , An attractive program, highlighted by Col. Howard C. Slell- iiiB, commanding officer of the Biythcville Army Air Pield, ns principal speaker, has bceii arranged by cliairmaii Frank Whitwoith ami Is 1 expected to keep things .buying during the two hours or more. ', Max B. Held, prominent local lawyer and sports enthusiast, who hns established (iiiltc a rep- ulnttoii as muster of ceremonies, will direct the activities in that olficial cnpncity. Advanced ticked sales indicate lit least 100 fans vrlJl be on hami to' pay homage to the gallant young gridiron warriors and their coaches, Arvil Green and Sylvester (Pop) Mosley. Walkup Leading Richmond Open Texan Has Opening Round Card Of 68; Favorites Lagging RICHMOND, Calif., Dec. 15 U-P.) — Jimmy Walkup, little- known 32-year-old .sharpshooter from San Antonio, carded a thiec- nnder par 35-33—G8 yesterday to take the lead In ihe first round of the lilchinoml open Bolf tournament. • Golfing "1% naufcs" fell victim to high winds and hard greens. While sucli well-known golfers as Sergeant Jim Feriier, Byron Nelson and Harold (Jug) McSpa- dcn failed to crack par, Walkup picked up four birdies to ,go one under par on the way out and two under on the back nine. Only one of the pic-tournament favorites, Slamintn' Sammy Snead was iible to break par. Snead went out In 3C and came back In 34 for ri 70, to lie with three other veterans of the golfing caravan, Mike Turncsa, While Plains, N. Y.; Charles Congdon, Tacoma. Wash., anil Ky Laffoon, Chicago. Roy Mentioned For Coaching Job At Varidy NASIIVILMi, Tcilll., Dec. 15 U.!'.)—liuford <13aby) Ray, stal- arl trickle of (lie Green Bay ackers who finished his athletic T.ICCI- at' Vnmlcrblll in 1337, was oostcd today for a possible place s line coach at Vnnderbill next ill. The Commodores who return l.o :ie gridiron for Southeastern Con- M-cnce piny next year after n tivo- cnr wartime intermission, have >st every member of the last pre- 'nr cOii.chiiiB staff. However, there , a chance that Henry R. (Red) ander.s, no'.v on active duty In lie Navy, may be released tr;im mice In time to take over Iiis Id position as head coach and thelclic director. McNeil) (Doby) Bnilliny coaclicil he Commodores throiiBli ii four- aiue informal schedule this- ycnr nd will be Included on the new caching staff uo inn tier who icnds It. " Chancellor O. C. Carmichael lias lade no announcement, as to tlio ffcct that Ray lias been appointed or" the Job. But thu Nashville Banner reported thnt there. ;is-, a trout; possibility such a deal .vylll >e .consummated. "' Ruff in, Greco ! To Renew Feud In Garden Bout NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (U.P.)— Bobby RuftLs ot New York alid Johnny Greco of Montreal renew Ihcir rivalry at MndLvon Square Garden tonight. TIic Canadian took a thrilling ;0-rounder from Ruffln last moiitli, landing off n furious last-round rally by the New Yorker after twice downing Huffin in earlier rounds. iion doctor examined Menlchclll af- er the fighter had asked to bo exited from n bout with Laurlenl Jouchard of Montreal scheduled for ilonday night. The physician crd- Soxer Ordered To Rest NEWARK, N. J., Dec. 15. (UP> — Tbe Argentine heavyweight, Fernando Monlchelll, has been ordered to rest lor three weeks because of a muscle Injury. A New Jersey Boxing Commls- R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAY NIGBT8 ISoi Office Opens 1:IS—Show Starts at 7:30. SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS Box Office Opens 1 Show Start* 1:15 Last Time Today "HAIL THE CONQUERING HERO" willi EdUie Bracken PARAMOUNT NEWS * COMEDY crcd Menlchelll onto the shelf and John White will substitute. Ring Promoter Dies HOLYOKE, Mass., Uec, 15. (UP)~ . ,. . . , , A . '""(•ly-known boxing promoWr, 01 died -year-old Homer RaLnault; ed of heart disease in'tiSil Read Courier News Want Ads. Saturday "PARTNERS OF THE TRAIL" with Knot Gibson and Bolt Stcclc 10th -Chapter of "Iron Claw" Comedy New Theater Manila's Fines* f$ What have you rtnne tortay that some mother's snn should die for rou tomorrow? —BUY BONDS— f n our lobby. No waiting. We are issuing agents; Saturday OWL SHOW "DR. BROADWAY" with Muclipiiald Carey anil Jcnti "< Phillips COMEDY Sunday and Monday "GOING MY WAY" with King C'roshy and Kise Stevens KKO NEWS and COAIG'DY •/ GLEN PLAIDS by HART SCHAFFNER & MARX You will be glad when you discover how well dressed you- are . in a Glen Plaid suit . '. . particularly when it's slyled and tailored by Hart Schaffner & Marx. For Hart Schaffner & Marx Glen Plaids are as refreshing as a breeze from the heathery glens for which they're named .. . and are as smartly correct for business as they are for ''dress-up wear" in the evening. Come in and "discover" -• Hart Schaffner & Marx Glen Plaids.. . ihe stats so many men of discriminating taste are choosing this season. 322 Main Street Friday •'',. 'SCATTERBRAIN";:' , H'iili .Inrty.. C'ahovii. •';• Serial & Short Saturday 'OLD TEXAS TRAIL" A Universal Western Serial & Short Saturday OWL SHOW "MEET MISS BOBBY SOCKS" with Itciti Crosby * r.yim derrick Scleclcil Shorts Sunday and Monday : "WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER" with Irene Dunn ,v Koiiil.v McDowell Fox News K abort CHICKASAW Wett Main Ne»r Zlat St. 8»t lUrti 12:45; Sun. 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