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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER HEW8 iATURDAY, SEPTEMBCT 18, Chicks Open Season with 24-12 Victory-Osceola Trounces Paragould 26-0 Hay Sparks Tribe to Win Over Good Marked Tree Team Despite Ragged Play By GKORGK CLARK (Courier News Sports Kdltor) Blytlicville's Chicknsms's fumbled, stumbled and fell last night but nmnagotl lo scrape out a 2'i-12 victory over a surprisingly strong Marked Treo Indian team at Haley Field in their fiist game of the 1051 football season. A opening niphb crowd of an estimated 1,000 spectators ga?.- fd in amazement as a team which was supposed lo be nothing more than a brepze for the Chicks stood toe for toe \vilh the state Double A champs battling them right clown to the wire and outplaying them during the entire last half. And ragged play by the Chicks made the Indians look even better. The tribe, winch was supposed to be a better-than-average ball club in spite of its lack of experience and depth, played an erratic game. Line play for the most part was as spotty as n boarding house table cloth and the Mosleymen's offense started late. But nothing should be taken from the Indians. They were a \vcH- coached aggregation knowing what to cio witii a break when it came. Tile visiting Redman showed the BIytlicvlllc crowd a pair of fine running backs in Donald Adamson, a sleek ICO-pounder who did everything well and Leroy Spnrlock, a squatty-built no pound fullback who had plenty of off tackle drive. And the Indians bad a fine ball handier Jn their H5 pound quarterback nil] Jennings. Everything considered, however, the Chicks played a fair ball game. They stuck to straight football using mainly fundamental plays. And when their offense did get to rolling Jt showed flashes of brilliance. And there were several defensive standouts. Linebackers Montroe Holland and Chartcs Garner were the defensive mainstays and end Mack Hay^and guard Bill Mayo turned in several good plays. ll»y Was Spark Mel Hay was the tribe's offensive spark. He scored three of the four touchdowns, completed one out of two passes and reeled off 62 yards in 14 cracks at the line. But he had some good help, too. Bonnie Hays, • rookie-fullback candidate,.got off i couple of nice runs and IXmnlrt Gentry brought - the crowd lo its feet with his goal-to-goal return of » pass Interception In the fourth quarter. The Chicks distributed their four touchdowns evenly amons the game's four quarters. Late in the first period they drove 84 yards for their opening touchdown. Taking over on downs on their 26, Mel Hay. Bennie Hays and end Holland alternated to pick up .a first down on Marked Tree's. 40 in three plays. Holland •upplietj the,J>lE run of that series whence Kimbered/arollnd : end 22 yards'on ( the ancient end-.around play to.get the touchdown drive In high '(tear. , Johnny O'Brien and Mel Hay picked up enough yardage In two tries for another first down at the 14 but » 15-yard illegal use of the hands penalty nullified It. Then with the ball at mldficld Mel Hay faded to Blythevilte's 35 and tossed a beauty to Holland who took Ihe pass ;it the 10 and was hauled down at the four. Two plays later Hay crashed over tackle for his first touchdown. Hay pasted to Holland for the extra point but an unexplained apparent by the officials deprived the Chicks of the point, Headlinesnmn Cecil Humphries ruled Holland wns off side on the play, but no penalty wa4 stepped off. Instead, the piny was nullified altogether and the Chicks kicked off. During the second quarter the Chicks' line play picked up a little and end Mack- Hay broke through to block Adamson's punt at the Marked Tree 30 to set up Blytheville's second touchdown. Indians Come Baric Afler the block the ball rolled to the 20 and Hay followed to recover there. On the second play of the «erles. Ralph Snyder. » diminutive speedster Just up from the junior ranks, took off around end and went all the way lo the one before slopping. On the next play Mel Hn\ sliced over tackle for the six pointer. Gentry's extra point try was blocked and at halfUme three minutes later the score stood 12-0. Marked Tree came back strong Ir the second half. Taking the klckot at their own 28 the Indians marched 72 yards, with the aid of a IS yard roughness ixmnlty. lo payriirt Adamson and Spurlock In two tri got a first down at- the 40. The. the unnecessary roughness penalty moved the ball to the Chicks' 15 Speedster Jimmy Connor, trlec end, found It to his liking and wen 17 yards to the 28. Adamson in tw- speedy tries got 10 more to the 1 and then he and Jennings, in foil carries, whacked off 13 more yard to the five from whrre Spurloc lumbered over tackle for the touch down. The extra point try failed. But the Chicks came right back Taking the kickoff at 36 Hollan set sail on the end aroun play again and went 41 yards t. the Marked Tree 20 to set up the Urd touchdown. Mel Hay tried ght end And got 12; .Snyder Jost vo but liny circled end again this me all the way lo the end zone. ay's kick from placement was.low. The third rj muter ended shortly ftcr Ihnt touchdown nnri Coach i Mosley pulled practically nil f his regulars off Ihe field, turning "lings cn'er to the reserves. Against the scrubs, AdEimson nntl xmipany moved almost at will. They marched from Ihcir own 45, •here they took the kickoff, to ne Blythevllle 13 in Just el^ht plays Hh Adnm.son and Jennings Icarl- ig the way, Afler a fumble hnd them 11 arris (he rndinns elected to Uike j Ihe nlr but A damson's first toss as pulled down fit the goal line y Gentry. Gentry pulled the pass own in the. northeast corner of the ,el<l. pEcked his path, paused a ccond lo get his blockers nnd set ill. A couple of good blocks at the i brought him out of a trap and i look off down the west skle- ncs. Hut the block that shook him oose was thrown at the Marked Yee -10 by Tommy Mosley. It cut own the last goal line defender nd left Gentry with nothing hut raw between him and the 24th oinl. That sewed it up for the Chicks. But the Indians bounced back gainst the reserves in three series f downs. They took the klckoff nt heir 34 nnd two straight first owns moved Die bull to the Dlytiie- illc' eight. On the 'first piny of ic next scries Adamson RoL six round elul and on the .second he rasher] over. The game ciuicd after ic extra point try. Starting Linkups: Rlylhcvllle !><><;. lollniui , .,. L.E. m A MI BIG AN LEAGUE W L Pet. «6 S3 .627 , *7 52 .62* . «4 54 .609 , W « .539 , M T7 .454 . »1 81 .430 . M 82 .401 . 43 99 312 Cleveland . . New York . Bocton . .,, Chicago . .. Detroit . ,. Philadelphia Washington St. Louis . .. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. Brooklyn W 4B New York 86 57 St. U>ut« 73 Boston n Philadelphia . .. W Cincinnati «1 ChloKo M Pittsburgh 58 6S 74 81 8» M .645 ,569 J21 -M4 .475 .430 .411 .406 G.B. 14 3 m-i 24',-i 28 31« 44 17 IB 23« 30 32 li 33 Hill and Spiers Lead Way As Seminoles Grab First Win; Defense Play Better OSCEOLA, Sept. 15.—Osceola's two backfield aces, passing Tommy Spiers and galloping Harvey Lee Hill, teamed ip last night to give the Seminoles a decisive 26-0 vie over the highly regarded Pavagould Bulldogs. The two all-staters sparked SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Raschi Helps Yanks Creep Up on Indians By KAM'll KODEN Associated l' SlHjrt.s Writer Vic Rn.schi, one of the licst pitchers in the business, especially in stretch drives. Inis pumper! new life Into the New York Yankees. Raschi contributed little lo the Yanks' pennant drive during July and August, winning only live games, but he's showing signs of finishing up slrong just as he ciid in 1950 when he wound up the season with straight victories. Marked Tree ... . Tolbcrt Redd Dean ... . Brown Moore ... . DuVnll Davis . . Jennings ... . Connor . . AdEuwson Spurlock iornbcrgcr . L.T. rtayo L. L.G. •rlvclt O. Koonce R.O. Hodge R.T. slack Hay .. R.E. jai'ncr Q, D. .Icl lliiy . ... H.B. O'Brien . ... H.B. Gentry . ..., r. B. Substitutions: Blytlicvillc' — B. isiys. Jones. Lunsford, Gllbow, >toslcy, Sayrter, Hill, Skelton. Crlu- T. May, Miller, Bralchcr, c. Hall.' rfnrkcd Tree — Scarhrough. S~oH, .',. Dnvls, J. Wright. Smith, Cooper. Scoring touchdowns: Blylhcvillc — lay 3 and Gentry; Marked Tree— Spurlock and Adamson. Officials— ..atliain Graham, referee; Zack Curlin, umpire; Cecil Humphries, ine.smnn nnd Lynn Dowdy, Held udge. Game Slatlstlm Blylhc- Marked ville. Tree Yds. Gnd. Rush. . 182 !(>!> First Downs 8 10 'asses Attempted 2 13 •awe* Completed 1 2 Yds. Gnd. Passing 43 18 interceptions by .. 1 1 Pimls 1 3 Avg. Per punt .... 22 33 Penalties 4 for 40 yds none Individual Records Player Garner . . Mel liny . O'Brien . . (entry . . Holland , B. Hays . Snyder . . The vcternn righthander pitched the Yanks to within one percentage point nf the pace-setting Cleveland Indians yesterday as he turned back the Detroit Tigers. 5-2. The Indians' night game with the Washington Senators wn.s rained out. The third plncc Boston Red Sox climbed lo within, three games of the top by beating St. Louis, fl-6. Raschi, who usually starts and finishes a season in grand style, yielded the Tigers only one hit in the seven Innings Jic worked. He WHS forced lo leave the game in be Yankee half nf the seventh with Ight shoulder. He will be ready, however, for his next turn. Tries Net Gain Avjr. 1 14 6 t 2 4 1 1 52 7 20 6« 18 IB I 3.11 1.11 10 33 •150 Flayer Jennings Adamson Connor . Spurlock Scott . . 30 IBS 6.08 Marked Trre Tries Net Gain Avg. The victory 19th Nicman, playing his first major league game, homered in his first two trips to (he plate. Little Dobby Sliantz turned in his loth victory for the sixth place Ath- ctlcs as lie pitched Philadelphia to i 3-0 night, game victory over Clil :ngo. The A's clinched it with two i, the seventh. Meanwhile, the Brooklyn .Dodgers remained six games ahead of the f-'c\v York Giants in tile National League. The Dodgers downed the Pittsburgh Pirates, 3-1, while the Giants defeated Chicago, 7-2., Roe Gelj No. 20 Preacher Roe limited the Pirates to six hits In turning in his 20th victory against, only two defeats. He has won eight straight. Murry Dlckson. gunning for his 19th victory, went nil the way for Pittsburgh. Andy Pafko's two-run homer in the fifth won the game. The homer was the 30th yielded by Dick- and second of the month. He turned Inick WashiiiRton on one-hit last Sunday nnd appears R cinch lo win 20 games for Ihe third straight year, The Yanks sewed up Haschl's conquest In the first Inning on Yogi Bonn's grand slam homer otf lefty Bob Coin. Cain, usually tough for the Yanks, got one mnn out. A walk, single, ami hit batsman set the stage for Bcrra's 21th homer, llllless Until fith Raschi held the Tigers hltless until George Kell singled with two out in the sixth. He struck out nine during his stay on the mound to rnlsE his league-leading total to 151; -"--" Home -runs by Walt Dropo. Tod Williams and Dnm DiMasglo along wltli another neat relief Job by rubber armed Ellis Kinder featured the Red Sox' victory over St. Louis. Dropo climaxed a five-run raily lu the first with a three-run homer. Williams and DiMnggto connected with one. in the second and third Innings. Kinder, making his 58th appearance, gained credit for his llth victory. The victory overshadowed a spec taculnr uniting performance by Hob ..._ „_ . Nicman, rookie Brownie outfielder, an all-time high of S3G.OOfl.000 —Courier N'ewi Photo INDIAN GOES DOWN—Chick halfback Johnny O'Brien (No. 10) rushes in to give team mate Mel Hay (on ground) a hand with stopping Jimmy Connor, Marked Tree halfhack. in the Chicks' open- Ing game of the season last night. Coming up at right to help out on the tackle Is end Mack Hay. The Chicks won the game 24-12. Birmingham. Little Reck . Memphis . , Mobile . .... soii this year Five Chicago errors helped the Ginnls beat the Cubs. Jim Hearn gained credit for his 15th victory but needed help in the ninth. George Spencer came on with the •s loaded and one out and retir- the next two hitters on pop ups. In other National League games the Philadelphia Phils trounced the Cincinnati Reds, 10-4 and the Boston Braves won a "suspended" pnme, 7-4 and a night game from the St. Louis Cardinals. 6-5. Richie Ashburn collected three of Philadelphia's 17 Wows to become the first major leaguer to reach the 200-bit mark. The Braves c mpleted a game started on Aug. 2 and then nipped the Cards on Karl Torgesou's eighth Inning double. Texas Rules Match Booked On Mat Card Bad Bay Brown and Bill Canny will get their 'third crack at victory over their chief ring enemies of the present. Lee Fields and Rex Mobley at Memorial Auditorium Monday night. A third winncr-take-all bout between the wrestling rivals has been arranged as the feature attraction of the American Legion's wrestling bouts. And Promoter Mike Meroney. in announcing the card, said that this would be the last return booking of the heated grudge bout which on two previous occasions ended in bloodshed. Tills bout. Promoter Meroney said, will be a Texas Rules affair meaning that just about everything goes. Under Texas rules the only thing barred is eye gouging and low blows. The feud between the four grapplers started three weeks ago in s routine tag bout. In that one Browr was carried from the ring bleeding badly from a cut over the eye. Lasl week a return bout was arranged In that one Mobley suffered a scalp wound that brought blood. The winner of the bout will receive the losers' share of the gate receipts. Meroney said, with the loser to get nothing. Receipts from national forests during the fiscal year 1951 reached 6 M 5 . 13 1 18 86 34 56 4 3 3.73 6.80 4.30 4 8.12 Sabath Favors Gambling Probe WASHINGTON. Sept. 15. <;V)— Chairman Sabath (D-Illl of the House Rules Committee said today his group will decide "probably next Tuesday" whether to open (he way to a House investigation of sports gambling. "I'm in favor of it." said Sabalh. Hta committee decides whether a bill should be sent to the house for consideration. It has before it a proposal by Rep. Clement? (D-NYI that the house set up a special committee to investigate gambling and racketeering in sports. "I think we ought to show the people how gamblers and racketeers are robbing them Ihrotish their control.of sports events," Sabath told newsmen. Football Scores County Blythevllle 24, Marker! Tree 13 Osceola 26. Parngoutd 0 Wilson 28, Lrpanto ^ Burdette 31, Shawnee 7 St.ile Little Rock 13. Istrouma (Baton Rouce 1 ) 12 Greenville, Miss. 40. Mot Springs 2B Fort Smilh 19, Vnn Buren 0 El Dorado 21, Magnolia 20 Pine Bluff 66, Malvern 0 North Little Rock -10. Catholic High (Little Rock) 0 DcQueen 26. Hope 0 Joncsboro 6, Stuttgart fi Rogers M, Bcntoir.-iHc 1 Camrtcn 20. Falrvicw 6 Arkndclphin M, Prcscolt 8 Mcna 25. Nashville 7 Conwnv 20, Forrest City 9 Warren B. Dermolt 0 nusscllville H, Paris 6 Holly Grove 47, Marvell 0 Rlson 13. Mftgnet Cove « Eudora 13; Norphlet 6 DeWitt 45. Helena 0 McCrory 32, Walnut, Ridge 0 Morrilton G, Jacksonville 8 Carlisle 6, Deaf School 2 Harrlsburg 19, Hickory Ridge 0 Barton 12, Hazcn 12 (dp) Clarendon 26. DeValls Bltifl 13 Pocahontas 41. Searcy 0 West Memphis 12, Parkin 6 Bauxite 38, Star City 0 Mnrtnuna 26, Sublaco 0 Southeast Missouri Caruthcrsvilic 0, Portageville 0 Enst Prairie 7, St, Vincents 0 Pisgott 25, Charleston 0 Poplar Bluff 18. West Plains 8 Cairo 13, Jnck.son 6 Perryvlllc 33. St. Gcncvicvc 13 W i 3 . 2 . 1 . 0 Pel. 1000 .667 .333 .000 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League New York 7, Chicago 2 Brooklyn 3, Pittsburgh 1 Boston 7. St. Louis 4 (completion of Aug. 2 suspended game) Boston 8, St. Louis 5 Philadelphia 1, Cincinnati 4 American League New York 5, Detroit 2 Boston 9, St. Louis 6 Philadelphia 3. Chicago 0 Cleveland at Washington rain goathern Association (Playoff) Little Rock 8, Memphis 4 Birmingham 8, Mobile 0 TODAY'S GAMES National League Brooklyn at Pittsburgh New York at Chicago Philadelphia at Cincinnati Boston at St. Louis American League Cleveland at Washington (2) Detroit at New York St. Louis at Boston Chicago at Philadelphia Southern Association (Playoff) Little Rock at Memphis night Birmingham at Mobile night Wilson Opens Season with Win Bulldogs Trounc* Lepanto 28-6 in First Game of Year WILSON, Sept. 15. — Wilson's Bulldogs opened their 1951 football season here last night with a resounding 28-6 victory over Lepanto. The Bulldogs scored once In each the first and third quarters and tallied twice in the fourth. Halfback Tommy Boyles got Wilson's scoring underway near the end of the first quarter when lie plunged over from 10 yards out cli- maxJng a 50 yard sustained drive by the Bulldogs. Tailback Edwin Webb got the second six pointer In the third quarter In 30-yard end sweep, the fourth perjpd Jimmy Grant broke over tackle~to give the Bulldogs a 21-0 lead and sew up the game. Wilson's final tally came via the aerial route with Webb fading back to the Lepanto 30 and passing a long one : to end Elmer McNabb. Lepanto's lone touchdown came in the final stanza and it was set up by a fumble recovery on' the Wilson four.. Three plays later Marlon Orr plunged over. Fullback H. P. Cash accounted for all four of Wilson's extra points on plunges. x Limits of World The expression "to go -beyond the Pillars of Hercules" means to go too far—beyond the limit. The Pillars of Hercules, on either side of the Straits of Gibraltar, were thought by the ancients to mark the western limit of the world. Trays Move Ahead of Chicks In Southern League's Playoff By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hal Simpson's booming bat has propelled the Little Rock Travelers in front of Memphis, two games to one, in the first round o{ the Southern Association- playoffs. .- lh» Semlnolc's T - formation offense which ripped the Paragould defenders wide open and gave the Osce- cia team a .500 percentage standing for their two games this season. Hill was the Big scoring star. He scored all four touchdowns, two on punt returns and two on jtesses from Spiers, Spiers got in the scoring act too, kicking two extra points. Hill got the Seminoles out in front In the first quarter when he returned a Pavagould punt 60 yards lor a touchdown. He took the kick on his own 40 and streaked down the sideline behind perfect blocking. That was all of the sccring in the first half. Paragould got its offense rolling In the second quarter with 3ay and Tripod leading the way. But the drive stalled near'midfield and the Bulldogs had lo puiit. Late in the third quarter, Hill Dettered his feat of the first quarter when he returned a Paragould punt 80 yards for his secvnd touchdown. The punt came after another Bulldog goalward drive was stopped by the Seminoles' defense. Spiers kicked his first extra point to give Osceola a 13-0 lead at the end of the third period. Two Payoff Passes In the fourth period, Sj^ra warmed up his pitching armMRd hit Hill with two beauties both of which were good for six points. The first came early in the period after fullback Joe Wells hud put the Seminoles in scoring position with a 56 yard jaunt to the Bulldogs' four. Spiers caught Hill with a button hook toss in the end /.one. Spiers' kick from placement was good. Late in the fourth quarter, Spiers again propelled another Osceola touchdown. Taking over on the Paragould 27 where Dunn had returned a Bulldog punt the Seminoles starfed to move. Hill broke away on another long touchdown run but a five yard penalty nullified it. Four plays moved to the 17 when Spiers hit Hill with two straight tosses, the second one going into the end zone. The extra point kick was blocked. . In last night's game, the Seminoles showed a vast improvement over last week's 19-6 lass to Wynne, particularly on defensive play.-They stopped-Paragould's highly touted T offense cold and at the same time, worked their own T plays lo perfection. Starling lineups: Tops Burdette Shawnee 31-7 Pirates Get Second Win of Young Season BURDETTE, Sept. 15—Burdette's Pirates rolled to their second victory of the young 1951 football season by thumping Shawnee of Joiner 31-7 here yesterday afternoon. The Pirates got off to a quick start scoring on the very first play of the game when halfback Daniels | passed to Terry Moore O'Neal. The I play carried 60 yards with O'Neal ! taking the aerial on the Shawnee 30 and going" all the way untouched. In the second quarter Daniels racked up the Pirates' second score on a quick handoff over guard from five yards out. In the last half Buddy Whatley intercepted two Shawnee passes and returned both for touchdowns. The first he brought back 35 yards and (he second 30. Shawnee's lone touchdown came in the second quarter when halfback LaRue circled end from seven yards out. And, if the pennant winners can: take two more from the Chicks, Iti looks as though they'll meet their; heated rivals, the Birmingham Bar- bns, in the finals. While Little Rock was clipping the Chicks, 5-4 last night, with a three-run homer by Simpson the deciding factor for the second night in a row, Birmingham blasted Mobile's Impotent JJears, 8-0, to go ahead three games to none. A win' tonight would put the Barons in the finals. \ Simpson's fifth - inning: homer gave Little Rock a 5-2 margin, but Memphis rallied for a run in the eighth and another in the ninth and had. the bases loaded when little Verne Williamson relieved Bob Crnze and snuffed out the threat. Williamson fanned Ed McChee to give* the Travs the victory. Trav starter Milo Johnson departed earlier In the ninth and was the winner. Simpson's rou nd - tripper was h Is third for the playoffs and brought his RBI total to nine for the three games. Birmingham's Larry Dipippo chase d four runs home with two doubles and a single. Tall Ralph Brickner, never in difficulty, breezed to his shutout with a neat six-hitter. i tip tt'lih Milkmen f In the Chatham Islands. 400 miles ; southeast, of New Zealand, the new I year arrives while milkmen in New I York City are making their early ' rounds on the morning of Dec. 31. Legion Is Arranging Negro Bleacher Seals For Wrestling Bouts Mike Meroney, pro moUr of the American Legion's wrestling bouts, announced yesterday that beginning with Monday night's card, Negro wrestling fans will be allowed admittance to bouts here. Promoter Meroney stated that a special 500-seat section Ls being walled off for Negro spectators and that the special section would be ready in time for Monday night's bouts. He said that a special Negro entrance and exit f* also being prepared. Heretofore Negroes have not been admitted to the auditorium matches. Harrison High Grabs 6-0 Win Harrison High School's Dragons, thanks to tight defensive play, edged out Wynne yesterday, 6-0,*" in game played at Wynne. Fullback Ira Long .smashed off tackle for 15 yards Jn the second quarter for the only score of the game. A pass play from Long to End Clarence Thomas covered 18 yards but was nullfied by a penalty. Coach. I. T. Young voiced pleasure with the defensive play of the Dragon line. Line starters included Thomas, Blackburn, Ervin, Pollack Pctligrew, Johnson and Williams. In the backfield with Long were Osceola 'ole . .'... Dillard . Edrington Harlan . . Jolmscn . Greene . . Chiles . .. Spiers . ., Hill Dunn . ., Wells . .. Pos. ; . L.E. , . L.T. . L.G. . C. . E.G. . R.T. B.E. Q.B. H.B. H.B. . F.B. 'Paragould . Boling Braddock J. Smith B. Smith . Barnhill . Tripod . Phillips .. . Lilley .. . Will? Caruthersville, Portageville Tie CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., Sept. 15—Caruthersvijle and Portageville battled to a scoreless tie in their opening football game of the 1951 season at portageyille last night. Both teams had scoring opportunities but muffed them. PortageviHe once drove to the Caruthersville' 11 yard line but the drive'stalled and & field goal attempt failed. Caruthersville drove to the Portageville 13 late in the game hut fumbled. ff Stokes. Mays and Carle. Harrison's next game will be on the 28th when the Dragons will go to Helena. Membership IT IS TIME TO PAY YOUR DUES—1952 The American Lnion has sponsored all worlli-ivhilo LEGISLATION lhat has been nf benefit lo (he rv-servkonun and hli f.imllj-, such as Education of Veterans, G. I. l.oaiu. Our Four Main O13JECT1VKS CHILD WELFARE COMMVXIT Sr.ilVlCE REHABILITATION HOSPITALIZATIOV TO PROTECT THESE BENEFITS, PAV YOt'R nUKS NOW ni'I) CASON TOST NO. !l r.iu] Mahon, Coninenrtcr. HOW FAST DO YOU DRIVE? O Sure jon know? Maybe your speedometer Is wroui;—and lhat cmild cost you a (Irkct! We irive one-d.ijr repair service. T. I; SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer 121 F,. Main Phon« 'lltt SUPPLIES FOR THE tl/lexican COTTON PICKERS BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Sept. 17 8 p.m. Adults 50c—Children 15c This !s It-Texas Rules! Nothing barred except eye-gouging, choking and low blows. -CHECK THESE- Bunk Beds ond Mattress $25.00 Folding Canvas Cots, New 4.50 j Folding Canvas Cots, Used 3.50 I Mattress Covers 2.00 Pick Sacks, 9 ft., 8 or 3.10 TAG MATCH B. B. Brown & Bid Canny TS. Lee Fields & Rex Mobley For Reserved Seals. Call 33S9 Also 2 1-Fall 90 Minute Match** Mobley vs. Canny Brown vs. Fields We have ALL supplies for th« plantation owners. ROY ROGERS ARMY AND NAVY STORE Pin* Bluff, Ark. Fhont 5318 205 W. BarraqueSt. George Wearer

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