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V Rebs Sell-Out Crowd To See State and Ole Miss Vie For Southeastern Crown . UNIVERSITY, Nor. 23. An Tent of classic Importance takes . place November 29 at Oxford, for lt'a the University of Mississippi vs. Mississippi State college on that date for the charnnionship of the IT Southeastern conference. "Dem pushovers from the Magno- - lia State, among: the swankier ele- ' ment of the league for the past three seasons, at present are the only unbeaten members of the Big -12. and nary a rival member of the - clan do a thing; about their back- ' ' yard quarrel and their claim to the Southeastern crown. It's never been that way before despite the recent rise in prominence of the Johnny Rebs and the Maroons, but It la to be that way Saturday for the first time since the conference was formed some eight years ago. and before a sellout crowd of 25,000. In Its current record, Ole Hiss sot itself tied by a Georgia Bulldog, ; when the Bulldog: was at top - strength, then- unraveled Its H-boys and little Jackie Flack with the help of a spirited forward wall and rolled over the Tulane Green Wave. I. S. U. almost tossed a monkey wrench Into the machinery, but a 13-12 verdict resulted in the .Rebels final SEC clash before m constant Jackson Phone 2-2551 HERE'S THE SECRET rTTHTT Trim TTTRn 1 JtlJtLIJK. SUCKER. HERE IS WHY THE POWER TRUST in New York (Electric Bond & Share Company) want our electric franchise three years in advance: On November 13, 1941, The Tennessee Val ley Authority (TVA) Announced: "We have added wort than a half million (500,000) Kilowatts f renerattar capacity, doubling the electric power resources existing In the TVA area In 1933. Another million (1,000,000) kilowatts of eapaclty Ut now under construction, of which a half million (500,000) will be placed In operation In the next 18 months. The TVA Is now generating power at a rate In excess of six bnilon (6.000.000,000) kllowatt-honrs per year and ranks among the largest power producers in the country." We beliere the National Defense Emergency will be over within three (3) years and, If so, these billions of surplus TVA kilowatt-hours of electric power will be available to Jackson at rery low rates. DON'T BE MISLED The Power Trust Is trying to tie your hands for 25 years so yon cannot take advantage of this cheap TVA power when the National Defense Emergency is orer. Legally, the Franchise Is non-exclusive, but when yon grant the Power Trust a Franchise, you will never get any, other company to come here and make the Investment necessary to compete with them. DON'T BE MISLED The so called $300,000 sub-station Is being built to serve the United States Ordnance Plant at Flora, for which the Power Trust will receive a huge profit. The Citizens of Jackson are already burdened with high electric rrnle. . DON'T BE THEIR SUCKER and give them the right to collect $500,000.00 additional per year from the citizens of Jackson for their masters, (Electric Bond and Share Company) In Wall Street.. Vote against these franchises and give Jackson the benefit of cheap electric power when th? National Emergency is orer. Vote "Against" Franchises MONDAY NOTE: Tour Citizens' Committee does not have thousands of dollars to buy hg advertising space. Accept this small ad as our honest effort to acquaint you with the facts. Citizens' Gas Rate and Franchise Committee nd thkamons the game with State. Scores of the Georgia and Tulane games were 14-14 and 20-13. State sent Blondy Black off on a punt return for a 6-0 win over Florida, stomped Alabama 14-0, then tied L.S.U. 0-0 before staging a last-half surge to defeat Auburn 14-7. In between times, Ole Miss lost 6-16 to Georgetown In the opening game of the season, then moved on to down Southwestern 27-0; Holy Cross, 21-0; and Marquette in the mud at 12-6. State fixed, Union at 56-0, beat Southwestern 20-6, and met its lone defeat last weekend 0-16 to Duquesne. The game will be the 39th between the two Mississippi schools. State has won the last two tilts, and four of the last six, but Ole Miss holds the edge In modern play with ten wins to four and a draw. They have held the Golden . Egg-that many times to State's four and a half. The Maroons have taken 21 games to Mississippi's 15. Two verdicts have been closed with tie results. ' The complete record on the Mississippi-Mississippi State ' gridiron MACHINES CAN'T GO ON FOREVER WITHOUT CHECKUP AND REPAIR For safety and far-sighted economy let ear expert machinists check op en the efficiency of the machines UQ'E Ei ' 0 Electric Service McComb Phone 904 9nm BE :l - Page Six to the :hips who rck T-tYw may." 6a SO Kurser Hewitt PICKIN' UP LITTLE Dr. Willie Spoof us, having been bribed by Allyn Mc-Keen not to hex his Maroons, and despite threats of may- nem by Harry Mehre, has Rebels as probable winners weekend ... That ousrht to dogs ... State won despite son, but the Rebs are hardly that strong this year. The Lions' Bowl committee on selection has adjourn ed over the weekend without making its choices . . . Newton folks are understood stand against playing Hazlehurst for the South Mississippi invitation . . . Philadelphia fans wired yesterday that they OWli UVtU VKT Cl U1U UlKJLp UUl matter who s in the bowl . . . shin on the uart of :lormv&- Jones, Blount and company. Thanks greatly to Vanderbilt for Tumbling Alabama out of the X- - JT ' ' bowl" candidates, but we wonder if. our State-Ole Miss winner will be any better off now?. . .or. will Vandy step up and take the bows? ... Which, one of the Tigers sat fire to the bus just before the team left for Vicksburg last Thursday?. . . .Open note to tht younar lady from New Iberia, La., who has been the guest of Mr." and Mra. Ray Barnett for the weekend . . .Don't Judge Scrap Crawley's coaching ability by the tie at Vicksburg Thanksgiving Day. . . .He had done a truly magnificent job with the Bengals this season, re series, 89 games since 1901, is listed below: 1901, Ole Miss 9, State 17. 1902, Ole Miss 21, State 0: 1903, Ole Miss 6, State 6, (tie). 1904, Ole Miss 17, State 5. 1905, Ole Miss 0, State 11. 1906, Ole Miss 29, State 5. 1907, Ole Miss 0, State 15. 1908, Ole Miss 6, State 44. 1909, Ole Miss 9, State 5. 1910, Ole Miss 30, State 0. 1911, Ole Miss 0, State 6. 1912 through 1914, no games. 1915, Ole Miss 0, State 65. 1916, Ole Miss 0, State 36. 1917, Ole Miss 14, State 41. 1918, Ole Miss 0, State 34. 1918, Ole Miss 0, State 14. 1919, Ole Miss 0, State 33. 1920, Ole Miss 0, State 20. 1921, Ole Miss 0, State 21. 1923. Ole Miss 13, State 19. 1923, Ole Miss 6, State 13. 1924, Ole Miss 0, State 20. 1925, Ole Miss 0, State 7. 1926, Ole Miss 7, State 6. 1927, Ole Miss 20, State 12. 1928, Ole Miss 20, State 19. 1929, Ole Miss 7, State 7 (tie). 1930, Ole Miss 20, State 0. 1931, Ole Miss 23V State 13. 1932, Ole Miss 13, State 0. 1933, Ole Miss 31, State 0. 1934, Ole Miss 7, State 3. 1935, Ole Miss 14, State 6.' 1936, Ole Miss 6, State 26. 1937, Ole Miss 7, State 9. 1938, Ole Miss 19, State 8. 1939, Ole Miss 6, State 18. 1940, Ole Miss 0. State 19. Total Ole Miss 332, State 569. Games won: Ole Miss 15; State 21. Games tied, 2 5 Vj--1; A vs Don't Risk The Costliness of a CRACKED BLOCK Limited .quantities ' of the better anti-freeze? are still available. SLIPPERY STREETS invite accidents unless your tire treads are rough and ready Drive in today for careful check up without obligation We can SAVE you a lot of TIRE TROUBLE and possible accidents. . CHANGE OIL AND LUBRICATION NOW FOR BETTER WINTER DRIVING Onion jJEFOT SERUICE STATION J.B.WALKER Mill at Amite Street Phone 4-4401 Opposite Union Station Decide Championship 31:. r - i " r ::n:;::::::::r; 1 Clarion-Ledger, line, & 22 fall CHIPS: announced he will choose the in the State-Ole Miss clash this make it a cinch for the Bull the weight of Spoofus last sea to be weakening in their WUU1U OUpVlb U1U CVlAl 11V which certainly is sportsman gardless of how they come out with Greenville . next Friday night. Everyone who- knows the dope is handing him the palm for a real job this year. As predicted herein several weeks ago, McComb and St. Stanislaus two teams from the state of Mis sLssippi, wiU meet in the Toy Bowl game in iMew cxr leans uie Iirst xti- oay night in December . . . St, Stanislaus, led by Doc Blanch&rd, walloped Gulf Coast Military aca demy yesterday 28 to 7, and after Istrouma had beat Bogalusa in Louisiana, there was nothing left to do but match the two clubs . , and what a battle it should be! Northern Captains Accept Invitation For Alabama Game MONTGOMERY, Ala., Nov. 22- (INS) Captains of the North western and Cornell football squads have accepted bids to play .in - the Blue-Grey grid classic in Montgomery, Dec. 27, according to an announcement today by officials of the event. The two boys are Captain and Halfback Floyd "Tuffy Chambers, of Northwestern vhose home is in Salt Lake City, Utah; and Captain and Guard Peter Wolff of Cornell, whose home is at High land Park, 111. , : Assembly of God Subjects Announced "A Daily Fare for a Weakly Be liever" will be the topic of the message of Eangelist - Ruby A. Wynne at the Huron Street As sembly of God Church this, mora ing. Topic at the evening service will be ."Details vital to a pros-pective journey". The church school is scheduled for 10 o'clock; and Christ Ambassadors will be at 6:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. CAMP WHEELER, Ga., Nor. 22. 4JP)IAeit. J. I. Horton asked a soldier he had halted if he didn't know that military courtesy re quired him to salute an officer. "Sure," said the soldier, "but I'm leaving AWOL and didn't want to attract your attention." Ole Miss Beats Arkansas 18-0; StateSwampsMillsaps49-6ln Pre-Classic Windup Conflicts Maroons Use Bruce As Spearhead In Walkaway Win BY BOB HARTLEr STATE COLLEGE Nov. 22 Sonny Bruce paced the Mississippi State Maroons to a 49 to 6 victory over the Millsaps Majors here this afternoon, on ' a mud-soaked field. The win gave the Maroons their sixth triumph of the season. Bruce, who has been playing third-string tailback this season, scored three touchdowns and kicked six extra points for a total of 24 points for the afternoon. The placements gave the Columbus boy a record of seventeen perfect placement without a Miss this season. Bruce once ran 68 yards through the Millsaps team, looking like the star he was his sophomore year before being injured. Henry Steinreide and Ed Matu-lich sparked a Millsaps drive that begun on their own 25 and ended with a touchdown. Charley Yancey, regular Maroon fullback, who has been on the In-jured list for several weeks saw considerable service In the game and scored the fourth State touchdown In the third period. Steinreide, Matulich, and Cook were outstanding for the scrappy Majors while Bruce was the big show for State as first. First Quarter Jones kicked off for State with Matulich returning to his thirty. A short pass picked up four yards and on the next play Blondy Black Intercepted Matullch'g pass and re-turned to Major 30. After three plays and a pass failed to carry the ball past the 20 the ball went over to Millsaps. . Arnold recovered a Major punt on the next play and Yancey then carried the ball to the, 9. Black passed from his six to R. Patterson in the end zone for the first State touchdown. Dees kicked the placement to make the score 7-0. - ' Matulich passed to Canterbury on the third play after State kicked off and carried the ball to the Major 49 yard stripe. Matulich punted to Black on the State 15, where Blondy signalled for a fair catch. Black punted to Matulich who received on his 48 and returned to the State 36. Matulich then passed to Steinriede on State's 18. Steinriede then made a first down on two plays. As the quarter ended the ball was on State's. 6 yard line. Second Quarter Sonny Bruce intercepted Matul-ich's pass behind the goal and ran the ball back to the 7. Bruce punted to Matulich on the State 47, The Majors punted to Bruce on the 5 and he returned to his 27, then ran from his 32 across the goal for the second State score. Bruce then added the extra point. The Majors quick-kicked on third down to Bruce on State 30. Joe Warlick picked up seven yards through center. Moates on a quarterback sneak ran for a first down on the Millsaps 25, and War-lick ran through center for a touchdown. Bruce made his thirteenth straight place kick good. After the kick-off Henry steinreide made 13 yards for a first down. Matulich on a fake picked up 9 yards. A pass Matulich to Steinreide carried the ball to the State 28. Matulich then faded back to his 35 and passed to Wayne Canterbury in the end zone for a Millsaps touchdown. Wohner picked up 31 yards on the next play but Millsaps was in possession of the ball at the half. Third Quarter Bethune returned the Millsaps kick-off to start the second half from the State 15 to the Maior's 35. Charley Yancey made-it a first down on the 11. After Bruce carried the ball to the 5, Yancey made ! the fourth Maroon touchdown. ! Bruce converted. Sonny Bruce ! went through tackle for 47 yards and a touchdown a few plays later i SPECIAL FOOTBALL TRAIN TO Oxford Miss, MISSISSIPPI STATE Vs. OLE MISS SATURDAY - NOVEMBER 29th Schedule Leave McComb ....... .5:55 AM Brookhaven . . . . .6:25 AM Wesson .. ......6:35 AM Hazlehurst . . . T. . 6 :48 AM Crystal Springs. .7:00 AM Jackson 7:45 AM Canton ........ .8:25 AM Vaughan 8:43 AM Arrive Oxford ..... . . Reduced rates also apply from Meridian, Newton and Forest Returning: Special Train will leave Oxford 5:30 P. M. . AVOID HEAVY HIGHWAY TRAFFIC USE TRAIN For tickets and Information consult ticket agent ILLINOIS CENTRAL SYSTEM and made the extra point. On the first play after the kick off a pass from Matulich to Steinreide was intercepted by Bruce and he ran from the 50 to 5, but the ball was called back and state penalized for offsides. Bruce then intercepted Jones pass on the 45 and ran to the Major's 40. Blount carried the ball to the 8 and State was penalized 15 yards for clipping. Bethune fumbled and Canterbury recovered for the Majors on their 27. State took the ball from Millsaps 26 when Jones was smothered on a kick. After Yancey, Blount, and Bruce carried the ball to the 4, Bruce went off tackle for the touchdown. Bruce'a kick as good. Fourth Quarter Roy McDaniel went in at tailback starting the final quarter and sparked a drive starting from the State 26 and ended when McDaniel carried the ball over for a touchdown. Bruces place kick was good, Henry Steinriede plunged thru the State line for a first down on the Millsaps 47 on the second play after the .kick off. Bishop intercept-ed Ed Matulich's pass on the next play and ran to the Millsaps 18 before being run out of bounds. Cook intercepted McDaniel's pass and the Majors had the ball on their own 15. Three plays failed to gain and State took the ball on the 40 when the game ended. Pos. Miss. State Millsaps LE. . . .R. Patterson ........ Baker LT.... Jones West LO.... Patrick Warmack C Ray . Cook RO... .Grove ............ Hudson RT.... Arnold Vaught RE....Varnado Canterbury QB....rees .............. Pittman LH.... Black ............ Matulich RH . . . . Wohner ........ Steinreide FB. . . .Yancey . ........ .. Catledge Officials referee, Bob Lloyd, Southwestern; umpire, Julius Bur-ghard, Miss, college; linesman, O. W. Severance, Oberlin; Judge, Hank Smith, West Tennessee. Miss. State ...... 7. 14 21 749 Millsaps ..... 0 6 0 06 Scoring touchdowns: Miss. State R. Patterson, Bruce 3, (sub for Black), Warlick (sub for Yancey), McDaniel, (sub for Black), points after touchdown. Miss. State, Dees, Bruce 6. - Miss. State substitutions: Ends, G. Davis, Kawalski, Conway, Hughes, Howard, K. Davis; tackles, Dreher, White, Home, Frohm, Gholson, guards, Mihalic, Patterson, R. Roy, Hess; centers, Corley, backs, Bethune, McDaniel, Blount, Bruce, Thorpe, Moates, Warlick, Bishop. . . Millsaps: end, Stewart: tackle, Vaught; guards, McAlilly, Stephenson, Swayer; backs, Jones, Christmas. PHILADELPHIA HIGH WINS PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 22 The Philadelphia Tornadoes chalked up their tenth victory to close their season by defeating Union 33-0. "Red" Dutt 175 lb. guard led a hard charging line that opened up for the backs on a muddy field that prevented end runs and passing. Duett took his turn at playing guard and tackle to stop Union's scoring threat through the middle of the Tornado line. Not satisfied with superb blocking, and tackling Duett succeeded in blocking a Union punt that set up one of the five touchdowns. Jack Stribling, end, Jack Harrison, center, and Eakes, tackle, shared honors with Duett in the line while Blount and Hardy stared in the backfield. ,,..;. TO PIUS XII VATICAN CITY, Nov. 22. (INS) Argentina's new ambassador to fVia ITnlTr Cm nrocontoH Vile frHtn. tials to Pope Pius XII today. Round Trip Fare $4.80 4.30 ' 4.15 3.90 3.70 3.20 2.70 2.45 (Plus Taxes) .11:30 AM Rebels Slosh Oyer Arkansas Goal Three Times CRUMP STADIUM, Memphis, Nov. 22 Nine thousand rain drenched fans were rewarded nere today by one of the greatest exhibitions of mud-defying football in Dixie history as the University of Mississippi whipped the terrible weather conditions and the Arkansas Razorbacks 18 to 0 In a most colorful game. The Rebles' leading candidate for Ail-American honors, little Junie Hovious, ran 56-yard for one touchdown, rammed off guard two yards for another and punted a soggy football with magic ability as he led the Rebels to the second-best clean-cut truimph that has been scored over the stubborn Porkers this season. Only Texas has whipped the Arkansas as bad as the Rebs did today, with the miserable ground conditions and a game-long steady rain as an added obstacle. Ole Miss showed Bobby Yandell as a wingback, replacing the in. Jured Ray Terrell, and the Madison lad ran 79 yards for the third Ole Miss touchdown on a play from scrimmage in the fourth period when the mud was practically knee deep with a heavy layer of casual water on top of that. The Rebels had one drive stopp-ed on the three-yard line as Merle Hapes was knocked out and fumbled the ball. He was removed from the game and did not return. Hapes was later reported not seriously hurt. - First Quarter Arkansas kicked off to Thorsey Who was downed on the Rebel 30 in the muddy going. Failing to gain the Rebs punted and the Porkers punted back on third down, get-ting a 10-yard gain on the first exchange. The process of trading punts was continued as the rain fell harder than the barks were running, and this time Meredith Jones of Arkansas got it down to the Rebel 8. On the subsequent nauc, me forKer punter's effort rolled dead on the Mississippi 3, keeping: the Rebs in hot water, but with Hovious and Hapes courageously kicking out behind a stout protective line. When Meredith's next boot went into the end-zone, Ole Miss drew a breathing space and from his 20, Hapes boot-edf tr2ngly 11110 Arkansas territory with Thorsey covering a Porker fumble at their 42. They traded punts again, Hovious booting out of bounds at the Arkansas seven to ?5Ltn.t 1ta5e for Worker return boot that Junie snatched at the Arkansa 43 and carried all the way for a touchdown, his try for extra point was missed Just a few plays before the period closed. . Second Quarter ,3roulh the drying rain, the punt exchanging was resumed with Ole Miss keeping Arkansas In much the same kind of a hole as the Rebels had suffered in during the first period. With Hapes' pow-crful plunging picking up the yard, age, the Mississippians gathered momentum for a drive that ended with Hapes fumble on the three-yard line as he was knocked out and had to be assisted from the field, not to return during tha game. Arkansas promptly kicked the ball out of danger and a few plays later recovered an Ole Mtss fumble near midfield and the sec-saw punt trades were continued until the half, with Arkansas trying desperately to tie the score on take-a-chance passes. Third Quarter Ole Miss engineered a first down right after the kickoff before ev-erybody became entirely mud-covered once more, but the offense bogged down Just inside the Arkansas half of the field and Hovious punted over the Porker goal. After a couple of kick exchanges, Arkansas got going and made a SUNDAY 45 Choice Soups or Tomato Juice Cocktail Choice Fried Chicken Broiled Steak1 Grilled Ham Steak Roast Beef or Pork Tenderloin TroutTartar Sahce Creamed Potatoes Vegetable Salad Dessert Coffee, Tca; Milk Hot Rolls, Butter Karo Pecan Pie .......10c, Lemon Chiffon Pie ...5c airuraay couple of moves of the stakes up ta near midfield where Ole Miss held and forced a punt. From his 36. Hovious and mates could not gain but Junie punted strongly to the Arkansas 11-yard line on the fly, with the ball skidding to a stop on the Porker two-yard marker. Arkansas succeeded . in getting it out to the 37, but Ole Miss charged down into scoring position Just be fore the quarter came to a close. Fourth Quarter The Arkansas chocked the wheels of the Rebel machine at the Porker seven yard line and took the ball on downs, but on their first scrimmage attempt, Arkansas fumbled and Co-Captain Wobble Davidson recovered lor Ole Miss on the 8. Yandell and Hovious drove it to the goal's very doorstep, and Hovious took it over for the second touchdown. Acaln it was much too muddy and slippery business to accomplish a place men! kick. Arkansas received and tried one pass and a line play before punting to set up another exchange. A few plays later with Ole Miss on its own 21, Dobby Yandell took a reverse from Hovious and ran 19 yards for a third Ole Miss touchdown. On the extra point, the pass from center was fumbled and the Rebs had no chance at conversion. Arkansas received and doggedly tried to go forward, and with Ole Miss playing a four-man line at times to defend, against passes, the Porkers succeeded in running for short gains into Mississippi territory Just before the game ended. Pos. , Ole Miss Arkansas LE..,. Davidson ruts LT....Kozel ............... Synum LQ....H. Hazel raladino C Wood ...,.,... Cato RQ....Britt Clark rtT....W. Hazel Coats RE.... Thorsey , Adams QB... .Bennett ........... Ramsey LH.... Hovious ...... Scarborough RH.,..Sam Forte FB.... Hapes Dclmonepo OL12 MISS 6 0 0 12 IS Arkansas ........ 0 0 0 O O NEW YORK, Nov. 22. (INS) Two Grace line fMps the SanU Rosa and Santa Elena were en route to the Caribbean and South America respectively today following settlement of a strike of licensed enRincers which delayed the vessels several hours. The strikers, members of the Marine Enpincer Beneficial association, were granted a 10 per cent wage Increase. A l vv nere s George? gone to . . . irm e mum SUiCcSoicTtt71tc I 0 0 Wt IT C API T04. When George's thirst for bargains lures him into The Hub for Robes at $5.95 up they are a temptation he can't resist. Try our lay-away plan. MUST A GOOD PLACE TO EAT" XI HOURS A DAT SPECIAL!

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