The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1945 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 2, 1945
Page 6
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PAGE SET . ; v ,« " •«*•--*», ; , Bryant To Coach N.C.Pre-Flight '.Former Alobama Star Succeeds Killinger; Vondy Hires Trgitr > - B> United Press T»o football coaching nppolnl- ments> of interest, lo southern Sports fans have been announced in the last couple of da>s One of them is that of - Meut Comdr.- Paul,',W, Bryant, former star on the famous -J934 Alabama Crimson Tide? powerhouse of Rose Bowl fame, and ''the second < Is that of Alex Truitt, the former Vandcr- blll,fullback star Bryant has been named hbad of the." football UalnliKT course at the NortK Carolina pie-flight school at Chapel Hill, N. C, while Truilt, who'lias been the • football mentor for .the Columbus, Ga , high school, is the new assistant coach to Doby Battling at Vandcrbllt University at_Nash\illc, Tenn Line coach at pre-fllght last fall, Bryant succeeds Lieut. Conidiv W. Glenn Klllingei, who coached the Cloudbusters to last year's upset triumph ove.r the clashing An- napolLs Naval Academy Middles. Killinger,. a member . of Walter Camp's AH-Amerlcan gildtron be- leclions of 1921, has been transferred to a naval air station In Florida, Before entering Ihe: Navy three, jears ago, Bryant was assistant coach at Alabarqa and later al Vanderbiit University Trultt played with the Commo- dofes three years prior to his graduation in 1930 And since that time- he' has been coaching in Southern prep school circles He was at Haitw'ell, Ga , and Natchez, Miss, befoie he became coach at 'Columbus 'So now the Vandles have two full time football , coaches, after having none at all for the past t»o grid season 1 ; Vanderbiit lost its prewai coaching staff lo the 11* DOPE f - rj ^- -%~W^A~~ AIX-AMEIUCA TKAM They say that the "Hcllc the Mlllinglon (Tcnne.ssc Air Technical Tralnln which added the Dlythov Air Field Bombers as c victim No. 28 Monday nig two All-Americas . . . 1 in my lxx>k that's mi n men 1 by at least three. . is I nm concerned, cvci the starting quintet rates Of all the good hiivc seen, mid lulmllU hasn't been too awfully ma slder this Nnvy outfit 01 best, If not THE best I cv They have speed to burn shooting, wliinrtlry iwsf teamwork, and \mstt of th veterans they arc. . . In s have everything and wil good showing against an the nation, in my humble It has been my good sec the University of Ark tlie Oklahoma A. As M. c action this scnson." . . . fliio teams and rank irell ferences ns well us tlie ranks of these United Sta I firmly believe the "Hcllc wear either out and win g ... Likely, my friend c ten won't agree, ospcchi ccisc of Arkansas statement very probabl 'challenged by countless o have prime .favorites and tcrs for which they arc lay It on the line. ... 15 the ; blue jackets mnnhn Bombers, quite a ball clu was little short of ama/.l course, it was quite a bal almost a half. . . . Bi perlor class of the visit™ down thn sirplnh wlii/'h BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS •* J. r. mure Naval Hells tells, UKU sslng ami he. polished In short, they make a Both nrc vast horde of hunting and fishing enthusiasts nnd quite probably wish- cs for the chnncc to wet n hook or Baseball Men Open Meeting n New York NEW YORK, Feb. 2 <U.P.)-_Th c nomentous major league baseball leetlng, the gathering tlial will eclde the fate of the game for opens in New York this after- bag a bird. Here's hoping that he and the countless thousands of others won't have to wait too, too long.'. . . COLD-Llcut. Uuss Mosley Is getting more than a taste of (he frigid English weather. . . He writes "Pop" and Mrs. "Pop" that he Is about to freeze to death. . . His new address is: 381st Homo, dr., 538th Bomb Sq,, APO 557, % PM, NYC. Oddly, Brother Herky armed forces and through departures to other schools when Vnndy. abandoned conference. competition in 1943 and 1944 And both the present Vnndeibllt mentors came up through the ranks of high school footballing. Dobv Bartling"; under whom Trultl will .work, coached 'at Meridian, Miss,, before he went to Vantlv as acting heed copch for Ihe 1944 Ucloiy- model Informal eleven Gus Morior, now with the army, ^specialized training program at Vanderbiit, has been helping Bnrt- llne on a part-time basis In football and also handling the head basketball coaching spot. Field Trials Continue ,;SHUQUALAK. Miss., Ftl). 2. (UP) —Qualifying heats a,re continuing In the National Field. Trial Club's free-for-all championship meet for the nation's top hunting dogs Up lo now, the qualifying rounds haven't produced anything spectacular, but the pressure Is expected to get stronger and stronger Twelve dogs ft ere cast for the field today And that .' will be . But the way . Of >e for But the ru- Is In no way a reflection on the local enlisted men. . . , It was simply a case of a great -team beating a good team. FINGEKS CROSSED ..Mrs. Lucille (Bourlnml) Watson Is (jplng around with her finders crossed these days. . . And there's n mighty good reason . . ..The other diiy a Tech. Sorgt. Smith.of New York City wrote that he Imcl seen Dick (He's Luclllc's service husljtmdl nt Leghorn, Italy, just before he left for Ihe States nnd reported him in excellent physical condition but Irving to sweat out a furlough home. .;'•'•. ; .' It seems that the boys draw lots for this glorious.privilege and, so; far, Tech. Sergt. Watson hnsn't been, among tlie lucky ones but hopes for a change In affection fvor Dame Fortune. . . . Dick has been overseas two years now nnd, as far as we know, hasn't met anyone had the same APO when he was in Urltnln. ... By the way, 'Lieut. Hcrky has that certain feeling that he Is in for service on the giant bomber of tho sky, the B-29. . . H« Hew 31 missions as pilot of a B-11. . . . The youngest of the Mosley trio, Pfc. Norman (Monk), Is believed either on the Philippines or an the way. . . It has been about a month since he lust wrote from Dougairivtlle. . . SENDS REGARDS —Wallace Hny, younger brother (o Connie who made the football squad nt Mississippi State Inst Fall am? himself a former Chick candidate, sends Ills regards from the Pacific Coast where he joined his armed ship after a furlough here 'with' his parents. . . ".' It will be recalled that Wnllnce missed train connections In St. Louis and the Incident may have saved Ills life. . . . The clioo-choo was derailed enroutc to Salt Lake City, killing spine 72 and Injuring more than a hundred others. . . . Paging that psychologist who says there Is no such thing as "luck"! from Blythevlllc He is well known here, though a native of Kol- Klng George V's sable-lined overcoat was otic of the ''finest sables n the world and was valued at $15,000. , • . How To Relieve 'Bronchitis' Creomulslon relieves promptly because It goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm.'and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous mem- • ".??• Tc " yow ' dru 8?ist to sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding you must like the way It quickly allays the .cough or you are to nave your money bade *.'' m GREOMULSION f or Couehs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis CHICKASAW ser. NOW BREATHE FREER . . He Is a member of dial' West Main Near 21st Si. Sat. starts 12:45;' Sun. start* 1XS NlRht shows 5:45 Except Monday, opens 6:45 Continuous shows Sat. and Sun. lropa in cnch unslril eliMiik tnombrnnM,' colil [stuffed nose opoiia. Cad. IPENETRO <JOSE DROPS "The Drink of the Southern Gentleman" \ •"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^.^.^^^.^ GLENBY-FRASER & CO., '• , Uqutur.lOO Proof New York, N. Y. Friday and Saturday Double Feature 'Twilight on the Trail;' \ l 'With / Hofulong; Cnwidy v and, "SABOTAGE $QUAD" with ' ' ' Bruce Bennett Serial "The Batman" Tojicye Comedy Sunday and Monday "CRASH DIVE" (In Technicolor) with Tyrone Tower & Anne Bailer Universal News Comedy New Theater Manila's Finest What have yon done today tha some mother's son thoaM die for you tomorrow? —BUY BONDS— Friday "COMING AROUND MOUNTAIN" with Gene Aulry Serial and Short Saturday "MARSHALL OF RENO with Bobby Bhkc &. Bill Elliott Serial & Short Saturday OWLSHOW "WALKING DEAD" with Boris Karloff Selected Shorts Sunday and Monday "IRISH EYES ARE SMILING" with Monty Woollcy, June Haver and nick Hayrnts Fox News & Short FRIDAY, FKB11UAKY. 2, '1945 945 Separate league sessions are hcduled for today nnd Joint sslou Is on tap for tomorrow. Officials nnd club owners of 3th leagues will approve the new ajor league agreement. Whether new baseball commissioner win i named' is still uncertain, but natcvcr the action on that, the ub owners will decide definitely :icther or not to open their parks !n season. All signs point to a •es" vote. Committee To Award Tourney Sponsorships LITTLE ROCK, Keb. 2. (UP)— The executive committee of the Arkansas Athletic Association will meet at Little Rock tonight to awnrd sponsorship of Its senior "A" and "B" and junior basketball tournaments. • . , The Little nock Chamber of Commerce will ask for the senior meet, which will be held March 7 through the 9. The committee also will decide whether or not to hold a track meet this Spring. If It Is decided to hold the meet, the committee will name the site and date. James Abraham of Lonokc Is president of the'Association. CI's WANT SPORTS STATE COLLEGE, Pa.-Ex-ser- vlcemcn enrolled al Perm State voted overwhelmingly for the continuance of college sports. Athletic Conference Plans Are Postponed CONWAY, Ark.—A spokesman for nine Arkansas state colleges says tlie formation of n new Arkansas Intercollegiate Athletic Conference haa been postponed until March 9. The spokesman, ivnn H. Drove of Hendrlx college, says the meeting originally was set for Feb. 10. . TKII'PJ TOP BACK NEW YORK. —Members of the Randolph Field and Second Air Force teams agree that Charlie Trippl, Georgia Rose Bowl star of 1943 \ylio played with the Third Ail- Force the past fall, was the 'test back they faeed. CATCHER COACHINCi PARRIS IS., N. C.-Marlne Pfc. Gene Desautcls, former Heii Sox and Indian catcher, Is coaching the Parrls Island Marine Base basketball team. 200,004 DECKS WASHINGTON.—A playing card concern Is doing a hurry-up jgb of producing 200,000 decks for the Bowlers Victory Legion to be sent to QI's overseas. WARNING ORDER Lora Ailne Jcrnlgan Is warned to appear In the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty .days from the date hereof to answer a complaint filed against her by Rayford J. Jcrnlgan. Dated this January 25, 1945. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. By Doris Mulr, Deputy. . Reid & Evrard Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1120-2J2-9-16 TEST p Pf _?y. ,- • ^~ KTROtCUM Jf HV THISWAY Press Morgline tatwetJi tlimnl anJ.finjfer, Spread slowly spurt -pnR CWa prove Morollfie'l - ti^h For minor c jti style weav THEY'RE ALL THERE .. . WHERE YOU SEE THIS FAMOUS LABEL We feel pretty .much as our customers do about die famous Trumpeter label of Hart SchafTncr & Marx; ; Otherwise we wouldn't have been headquarters for these fine clothes for so many, many years; , We know that each season Hart Schafjner &. Marx will bring to us ;;: and to you ;; . the latest and smartest in authentic styling. 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Open 6:45 v Show Starts 7:00 Friday and Saturday 'Border Parrol'l with ' '• Hopalong Cassidy ' Serial, Chapter 12 "Adventures the Flying Cadets 1 ' Shorts Saturday Midnight Show 'Leave It to th< Irish' with James Dunn & Wanda McKay Selected Shorts Sunday & Monday \VRif - j ',< • IETIT GRABLE RIIEIT YOUNG MENJOU raramount News Short

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