The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1945 · Page 6
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, PAGE SIX Trojans Sweep Over Tennessee Southern Col Shows Superiority In 25-0 ' ' Rose Bowl Victory 'PASADENA, Calif., Jan. 2. (UP) — Southern California's Trojans swept to their eighth straight Hose Bow) victory by downing a fighting Tennessee eleven 25 to 0. .The hero of the day for the Trojan team was Capt. Jim Hardy.who accounted for three of the Southern California touchdowns. -Tennessee wash'jever In the ball game after Enn"J^rj|jjCallanan scooped up a bloclce'd ]>unt on the third play.of the game'aii'd went 25 yards to score. ! The outweighed'. Volunteers tried, and tried hard, to equal the rugged play of-Southern California, but to no avail.. And on the final play of the game Hardy heaved a short pass to Doug MacLachlnn to end the game and the scoring'. 1 Ayhcn Jim Callaivan snapjwd up .that" blocked: punt, before'the game was fairly .under way. and scored the first touchdown it looked as though Southern California would, walk a way with the game. But;the Volunteers dug In and hold-< their heavier] opponents, until Hardy hit;Paul Salata-ln ihe Tennessee end zone with a perfect pass that traveled 22 yards. • That's where the score 'stood at the start of the second half and throughout the third period it looked as though the scoring was over for the day. But Hardy sparked a sensational 73-yard scoring drive lo slart the fourth period and he carried p.cross ^from the 11-yard line for.the touch" down. Pat West made the only conversion of the day after that score. In the.waning moments of the ball game Southern California a'galr started toward the Tennessee goal line and when the flnul gun went off a pass was in the air. Hardy had thrown it and MacLachlan caught it'for'the filial touchdown. The con- Version try failed. Bus Stephens was the outstanding star for Tennessee. He carried the mall for the Volunteers throughout Duke Power Overcomes 'Bamo Passing In Sugar Bowl, 29 fq 26 NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 2 (U.P.) —The Duke Blue Devils nnd the Alabama Crimson Tide put on n scoring bnttle (n (he Sugar Bowl, with Duke winning the game 29 :o 20. Prom start.to finish it was a real thriller of n ball game with the surprising strength of the Alabama .earn setting up the real headlines of the gnnit'. Duke opened tl\c game with nn early touchdown, then Alabama scored' three times (.•> set up a large lead. Duke cut' it down with i second period touchdown, then went ahead in (he .third quarter. In the : fiery fourth quarter Alabama scored to go ahead, then Duke came back with a safely and touchdown to win the game. Cliff Lewis sparked the Duke drive that saw. the Blue Devils re the first lime they got the sail. Lewis, led the attack and red himself from the 20- yard ilnc. Hal Raethcr converted. Then little Harry Glluier, the fellow that Alabama Coach Frank Thomas said Is .the best passer lie has ever seen, look charge of Ihe game and with Ihe aid of Norwood Hodges Ihe Tide scored twice. H.Tdgcs went across Ihe double stripe both llme.s and both con- the game and three plays. was only put for Tulsa In Superio Orange r Bowl BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS version tries were no good. Early in the second period Gll- mer again got hot nnd he whipped a pass to nalph Jones for the third straight Alabama touchdown. Duke started the comeback trail late In that same iwrlod when Tom Davis went over from the one yard murker. The conversion missed nnd Ihe half-time score'was Alabama 10, Duke 13. Davis again scored in the third period and Hal Rnethcr's point put Duke In the lead 20 to 19. But Alabama came back i» the tourth iwrlod with Hugh Morrow snag- el'iff « Duke pn.w and going 75 yards for an Alabama score. The conversion made the score 2G to 20. Duke took the klckoff and drove within six inches of the Alabama coal line whore the Crimson Tide held. Then Harry Glhncr deliberately touched the ball down for a safety and the score was Alabama 20, Duke 22. Duke took over after an Alabama free kick nnd Clark led a drive that wound up with his carrying the ball for the final twenty yards nnd Rnethcr's point made the score 29 to 20 In favor of Duke. Bob Waterf ield ' Leads Western Stars In Upset SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 2 (UP)~ Brilliant Bob Walerfleld passed an d kicked the Western All-Stars to a 13 to 7 upset victory over the star- studded Eastern Uam in the annual Shrl;iers game. An estimated 55,000 fans filled giant Kezar stadium to benefit the Shrine's crippled children fund an,t watch Waterflclcl play the final game of his amateur career. .. Th , e veteran UCLA siai sparked the west with two successive stabs over the East, goal stripe. The East pushed across TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 19-15 ler in the early minutes of the flm (luiu'tcr, and for a time it looked us though pie-game betting odds would be coned. But the punting toe of Waterfleltl Kept the East out of scoring territory for two quarters until Die West, unleashed their drives in the lasl stamsi. Fleet Hob Kelly of Notre Dame saw plenty of action, nnd Missouri's hefty Jim Kekerls unllmbered his kicking toe for the extra point after the last touchdown. Bowl Scores California nose lioiv), Southern 25, Tennessee 0. Sugar Bowl, Duke 29, Alabama 26. Cotton Bowl, Oklahoma A. & M. coun-34, Texas Christian 0. Orange Bowl, Tulsa 20, Georgia Tech 12. Shrine Bowl, West All-Stars 13 East All-Stars 1. Sun Bo,w), Southwestern of Texas 35, Mexico University 0. NOTICE OP SALE. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned mort- gagee in n mortgage executed by M. F. Poff to the United States 'on the 24 day of March, 1844 and duly filed In the oilice of the Recorder In and for Mississippi County, Arkansas; the said M. F. Pofl having waived nil rights of appraisement, sale nnd redemption under the laws of the State of Arkansas; pursuant to the (towers granted under the terms of the aforementioned mortgage, nnd by the laws of the State of Arkansas, will on the 3rd day of January, 1945, between the hours of 9 o'clock In the forenoon nnd f> o'clock in the nfterr.bon of snld date, at Mlssco Headquarter, 4 Miles west of MnrJe in the County of Mississippi Slate of Arkansas, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder for cosh, the following described property, to-wit: l Black Horse Mule, 1 Red ft White Guernsey Cow, 1 International Turning Plow, '/, Interest In Planter, 1 John Deere Cultivator, I John Deere Mlddlebuster, 2 collars and 2 sets plow gear. Witness my hand this the 2nd day of January, .1945,. United Stales , of America, By Robert w. Downs, FSA Supervisor. , >. Georgia Tech Takes r 26-1 2 Whipping In "Miami Grid Classic '•MIAMI, Jan. 2 (UP) — Coach Henrj- Frnka's Golden Hurricane of i Tulsa has raised its bowl average to 500 by beating Georgia Tech 26 to 12 in the Orange Bowl Game. • For the past four years' the Gol,den Hurricane has appeared in a bowl game on Jan. 1 and this is the "second victory. Last jeur Tulsa lost to Georgia Tech in the Su°ar Bowl 20 to 18. • Early in the first period of the Orange Bowl contest, played before more- Wan 126,000 fans' 'Tulsa 'iobk- cornrhftrm ,Vith a pair of Much-' downs and;>the result was never in doub$ ,after;fhat*/ , " , i ^ Ofc/o. Aggies Swamp T. C.U., Score 34 to 0 .DALLAS, Texas, Jan. 2 (U.P.)— The ilashy Missouri Valley champions from Oklahoma A. and M. romped to an easy 34 to 0 victory over the crippled Honied Frogs of Texas Christian. More than 37,000 chilled fans saw triple-threaler Bob Fcnlmorc and i\ couple of speedsters, Cecil Hankins and Jim Spavilnl, spark the sensational Aggie attack. .The Sooner State eleven struck out quickly for two touchdowns in the first period, picked up another, and rolled In two more in the final period. Outclassed from Ihe start, and crippled by injuries, the Horned I'Vogs never got vvlthlii scoring range, although Iheir inllial setbacks milled TCU for a stubborn defense. ' The Aggie' scored In less than three minutes of the first period with a pair of passes from Eou Penlmore to Glenn Moore and Cecil Hankins. These passes put the Aggies on Ihe one-yard line from where Fenlmorc went through right guard lo score. Jim. Spavltal scored Ihe second touchdown when he broke through center on the 48 and raced for the TOO goal line. The Frogs rallied Iheir deienses In the second period and held Ihe Aggies scoreless, but In the third quarter (he Aggies started nuothei tirlvc climaxed by. an end-circling scoring run by Penlmore. '••• Joe Thomas picked up the fourth Aggie touchdown,- nnd Mack Crcagcr got the final tally, after ic had scored four points In the gnine on as many conversions. , , The btars of the' game, were Perry Moss, the passing star of Tulaj ant! hard-running Camp Wilson Tulsa scored early: j n ' the first period when Ed Shedlosk'y took a pass from Moss after Perry had passed straight down the field and went over. Shedlpsky; converted. Minutes later Frank ' Broylcs of Georgia Tech fumbled on his own 22 and Shcdlosky came through to recover. .Then Shcdlosky scored again- two plays later and again converted; ;•'•''. . ..'.• '..That ended the scoring for both teams in the first half as they jockeyed up and down the field during the second period. Early in the third quarter Tulsa strack again when, Moss passed to Clyde Goodnight, who lateraled to Barney White who went 50 yards to paydirt. Moss missed the point Georgia Tech finally broke into the scoring column in the third quarter when Broyles passed to .Johnny, Mclntosh vjhp went 55 yards to give the Yellowjackets six points. The conversion was no good. • -Big Camp Wilson furnished the thrill of the day on the next kick- otf when he went 90 yards to score When Your "Innards 1 are Crying the Blues punk u the dickhu. Jmngs on ttomich »p«5t, sour Uste, giVsy diicomfort, Uke Dr. CiWweiFsfimouimtdicint toaukUv poll tic lri«ker on Uij "iniurdi". tnd help jot fed bright tad chipper «tiin, . M. CUAWCIL'S , s the wonderful c»n« ImbYe conttuud m gooa old Sjcuo Pep »a to nuit It to t»j to Uke. mtttt ftOCTOM use pepsin pi«p»riKon in pm cnptioni tomtkeinemedicinemori ptUUbte «n<! tgtenble to t«Ve. 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The,purpose of the President's order is reinforce, by an exercise of arbitrary power, orders of the War Labor Board which the courts have declared to be, rnerely^qdvisory .and legally unenforceable. The courts have held that any?"I C(w £. 0 / ef <H? es to comply with orders of the War Labor Board is not defying,a command of the Government and that, since the orders are merely advisory, no government official has the right to impose punishments on those who do not comply. Uo The President's order does not arise from any failure on Wards' part to pay fair wage rates. Ward's policy is, and has been, to pay wages as high as or higher than those paid by other employers in the community for similar employment. Ward's only objection to any of the War Labor Board's wage recommendations has been in those instances where the Board has arbitrarily demanded that Ward's substantially increase its rates above those of its competitors in the highly competitive retail field. / The President has ordered the Army to restrict the liberties of Ward employees by imposing upon them the closed shop in the form of union maintenance. This is the final step in the coercion used by the administrative agencies of the Government to force the closed shop upon employers and employees throughout the Nation. Ward's has long believed that when the public awakens to the extent of this coercion, it will rise in indignation. / Ward's defense of the freedom of its employees has not been prompted by any feeling of anti-unionism. All employees at Ward's are free to join or not to join a union, as they wish. Ward's fully recognizes this privilege and has assured all employees that their opportunity with the company will be the same whether they are union members or not. Ward's cannot in good citizenship accept or obey the commands of those who have no legal power to give them pnd who are seeking to deprive Ward's of its constitutional rights and liberties. Ward's takes this position in defense of its constitutional rights and constitutional rights and liberties of every citizen of the United States. The issues are now before the courts where Ward's has sought for two years to have them decided. Ward's welcomes the opportunity to present its case to the courts. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. SEW ELL A VERY Chairman. New Theater Manila 1 ! Finest ', What liav^ you. done today (hat' •iome mother's son should die for S'ou tomorrow? our lobby. No waiting! We are issuing agents. FOIl SALE" • ; CONCKETE STORM SEWER ALL SIXES Cheaper Thau Bridge Lumber Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. 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