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PAGE EIGHT t BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER .— - — ,—"M***-) COURIER NEWS .'.FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1S4S _ Chicks Play Little Rock Tigers Tonight; Paps Lose Opener to Jonesboro 20-6 Overflow Crowd Expected for Tilt | , Little Rock Enters } '" Gam* as 14 to 20 j Point Favorite 5 Arkansas' two greatest high • ichool football powerhouses,' '» ' the state champion Blytheville jj Chiekasaws and the Little 1 Rock Tigers, Big Six kings. • clash tonight under the lights .: of Haley Field in the state's • top game of the week. Kicks off time is 8 o'clock. • An ovrrflor. crowd of between j 4fW> and 8,000 spectator* Is expect•i ed to b« on hand to witness (his all- i Important battle and Recording to « •••11'Indications, this crowd will In» elude fotbsll Jans from »11 sections J of th« jfatft. ^ The Tigers arrived In Blytheville • thU afternoon hell-bent to avenge f their 12-S defeat by the Chicks last • " y«»r which broke a 35-game winning | «tre«k and toppled them from the 1 «tat« hifth school throne where they • had ruled for more than three a yAAr*. i po«ch Wlbon Matthews' Bengals • «•» lifted by pre-game dopesters as ^ between 14 »nd 30 point favorites to • revenge their last year licking to J night «ji(i they are confident they i e»n do Just that. But Coach Riraell • Vfosley's Chicks are just as cbrifl- ?. , dent that they can become the first > team to defeat (lie Tigers two years < in » row in quit* some time. J Tonight's game is expected to be i . • battle of defenses as both teams *"•"* boast .stiong offensive atUe!«.. The "' Tis;er« employ a version of (he split- T while the Chicks run from a No• tr« D»me box But coach Mosley. Is I ' expected to unlejuh several new of- I tensive tncks that his team has been ; working on for the past two weeks and If he doe-vthe Chicks may surprise. • • . ; Chick* In Good Shape Th« Chicks climaxed their! pre• »»me drills last night with a light ; drew rehearxal under Haley Field's . *rc» »nd «ft«r that Coaches Mosley ; «na John staples, pronounced their *- charge* in top physical and mental form and ready for action. During the past two weeks' practice sessions the Chicks have been : crippled by minor injuries but all of : Ooach Mosley's 11 starters are ex, pect«d to be ready for service at ; Jackoff time. V • According to the coaches' weight ; liittntrs. the Chicks will hold a 14- pound weight adv'antage~"bve'r tht J Tigers.:The Bengals will weigh in J' at'ieis pounds to the man while the • Chicks will-tip the scales al 170. ; Blythevllle's biggest threat will be ; in their forward wall which will out' weigh Lltle Rock's line by approxl- f rhately 15 pounds to the man. Tlie J Chicks' veteran-studded, line «'il5 ; weigh in al 181 pounds per man ac, cording to the listings and Little • -Rock's at 173. : J Spann Operates T j The Tigers' T operates around ' the smooth ball handling of their [ quarterback Bobby Spanci, who is touted by'scouts a.s one of the best high school T quarterbacks in the ; state. Lettermen Kenneth Carter . and G, W. (Jiggs) McVay cany the blunt of the Bengals' offensive load. J Expected to be one of the high• lights of the game is Ihe running • of" Chick backs Charles (Ruff) Lutes. , a hula-hipped 170-pounder and Robert Reid, the Tribe's power- driving 193-pound junior fullback • y/ho will pit their talents against the ; fancy stepping of Carter and Mc- , The Chicks, who had an open i date last week, spent most of the time in their practice se.ssions dur- ;" ing the past two weeks in comb• ine out the rough spots which were ' brought out in their opening tilt against Paragould. Coach Mosley NEW Hu\ Opi'iis Urek Days !:U(I p.m. Matinee .Saturday & Sumtays Alat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Shuwlnl Manila, Ark. Shows EVERV NIGHT Probable Starting Lineups LITTLE ROCK -No. Player H'l. 80 Bill Beavers 163 77 Ed Bradford 203 61 Wyland Roberts 164 50 Bill Barnard ]78 65 oley Rooker 157 71 Fred Clark 183 82 John Walker 165 41 Bobby Spann 152 23 Kenneth Carter 153 10 Hardy winburn 146 33 G. W. McVay 154 Average Weights Line— 173. Backfieid— 151 Team— 165 Pas. L.E. li.T. L.O. 0. R.G. R.T. R.E. Q.B, L.H. R.H. F.B. Officials — Dukie Speck, referee; BI.yTHKVII.LE W'J. Player No. 180 Max Gurley 54 195 J.,A. Lloyd 45 115 Jerry Phillips 34 185 J. C. Di-oke 2!' 175 Jim Garner 35 205 Jim Berry 44 186 Marvin Hall 51 190 Buddy Donner 17 170 Charles Lutes 15 125 Roger Lum 12 188 Robert Reid 14 Average Weight* Line— 187, Backfleld— 168 Team— 179 ZllCk Curlln. umnlre: .Trrrv Bums, linesman; Jim ' Murrlaugh, field judge. ' Friday 'SERGEANT YORK" with (Sar.v Cnuper Also Shorts Saturday "HORSEMAN OF THE SIERRAS" nilh, Charles Slarrell Also Snnrt.t Saturday Owl Show "SNAKE PIT" «lth Olivia ]>e ll.iviland Also .Shorts Sunday & Monday "SLATTERY'S HURRICANE" with Veronica Lake l.lmia Darnell Also Shorts Brooklyn Takes Over National League Lead , delphia Athletics was rained out as By Ralph Koden Associated PreM Sports Writer The Brooklyn Dodgers held the upper hand In the National League's pennant scrap today while the American League's scramble remained a dead heal between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees. Brooklyn, ore-season favorite to cop the nation's bunting, roared into the lead yesterday by mopping up the 1949 kingpin Boston Braves 8-1 and 8-0, while the St. Louis Cardinals lost again to the Pittsburgh Pirates. 1-2. The Dodgers' killing In Boston boosted the Brooks' half a game ahead of the Cardinals. Brooklyn has two games left Id play with the third place Phils In Philadelphia while the Cards have three to go with the last place Cubs in Chicago While the Dodgers ascended to the top of the National League, rain kept the Boston Red Sox and Yank? tied for the blue ribbon honors In the American League. New York's, game with the Phlla- 'i lhe stadium .. — the encounter between the Red. Sox and the last place Senators In Washington. Red Sox lo New York The two American League contenders; are scheduled to play off their washed o"t games today. If rain again Intervenes the games will be cancelled, as Ihe Yanks and Red Sox are scheduled to open a two-game series in the stadium on Saturday, Brooklyn had no troiible'in whipping thf, Braves yesterday. Ttie Braves were In the panic for only three Innings In., the opener and they might as well have "stayed In bed" for the nightcap. Warren. Spnhn, "ie National's only 20-game winner, gave Prcnch- er Roe. -rrfty Brooklyn lefthander. B rtln for his money for three inn- Ings In the first came. Tied, 0-0, going Into the fourth the Dodgers rlpp-d •spahn for five runs. Duke Snider drove honie":th'e first three wl"i his 23rd home-reri" Carl Furlllo provided an nntrcTl- max two Innings later when he snckeri a three-run homer over the centerfleld barrier. The 400-fool plus drive was Fill-Ilia's 18th out- of-field smash of the season. Braves Have Fun The "iqhtcap was settled before Sibby Sisti stepped up to open Boston's half of the first Inning The Dodgers whaled Into Johnny Sain. Boston's !948 pcnna-' pinup boy In their If of the first .scoring five runs. The game, played In a drizzle, WHS called after the fifth Inning. Don Newcomb fanned the last Ihree Boston batters. The Braves had some fun In the fifth. With Tommy Holmes up Connie Ryan strode lo the bailer's circle wearing a rain coat. Umpire George Darr prompCy ejected Ryan The Braves then lit a fire on the steps of their dugout In a gesture of protest. I.ltlle Mnrry Dlckson, a once beloved member of the Cardinal pitching staff, .spiked his former miles' pennant hopes. Dickson hurled a brilliant stx- hlller. It was his fifth triumph of the year over the Cards. The Cleveland Indians Iroimcod the Chfca.eo While Snx. 8-3, in the only other game played In the American League. Today's Cnmes NATIONAL I.KACUE Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, night St. Louts at Chicaso. (Only games scheduled). AMKKIC'AM t.FAGUE Boston at Washington. Cleveland at Detroit. Philadelphia al Mow York. (Only games scheduled). has spent considerable lime in pelting the timing on the Chicks' offensive plays down. That was the Tribe's greatest weakness against Paragould. The Tigers come to Blytheville boasting- a record of two consecutive victories this season. In their season opener they ran roughshod over a haple.'S Fordyce team lo gain a S5-6 decision and last wcefc they nosed by a good Classen High team of Oklahoma City 12-0. The Chicks have a record of one win and no losse.-i having beaten Paragould 26-7 In their first encounter. No Baby Sillin' Worries Smokt If You Want lo STARV - - It Is Almost Time Arkansas Tech Opens Defense Of AIC Crown LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 30—W)— Arkansas Tech's Wonder Boys, with no better than an even break In two non-league ventures, will open defense oj their AIC football championship this week. Chances are they'll get off to a good start, too, for their visiting [oe will be a below-par College of the Ozarks team. The two elevens considered the chief cnllcngers will be going after second conference victories tomorrow. Henderson Is favored over Arkansas A. and M. at Montlcello and Ouchlta ditto over State Teachers at Arkadelphla. This week's action may show M Hendrlx Is the "sleeper" it appears to be. The Warriors will seek AIC conquest No. 2 against Magnolia A. and M. at conway. In a non-conference feature In War Memorial Stadium, Little Rock Junior College, swaggering after two lopsided triumphs, will try lo break a IB-game winning streak compiled by the university freshman teams. Other games which won't cound in the standings send Arkansas State against Memphis NATTC and Arkansas College against Missouri Baptist. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Brooklyn- ............. 96 56 St, Louis ............ 95 56 Philadelphia. ........ .80 72 Boston ............... 73 19 New York ........... 73 79 'Itt.sburgh ........... 6S 82 Cincinnati. • .......... 61 !)0 Chicago Boston New York Detroit Cleveland . Philadelphia Chicago St. Louis Washington AMERICAN LEAGUE W L 95 36 95 87 85 79 62 51 100 49 102 Pet .632 .628 .526 .480 .480 .457 .404 .391 Pet .629 .629 .576 .570 .523 .411 .33« .325 Yesterciav's Results NATIONAL I.EAC.IIE Brooklyn 9-8. Boston 2-0 (second called alter five, darkness) Pittsburgh 7, SI. Louis 2. (Only games scheduled) AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 8. Chicago 3. Baslon nl Washington, rain. Philadelphia at New York, rain. (Only games scheduled) Gin Worker Killed PINE BLUFF. Ark.. S^pt. 30. (ir>— Lincoln Sipcs, 46. was Injured fatally while working at a cotton gin near here. It was reported lhat a belt olf a huge machine broke and struck him. They're At It Again Greater Little Rock sports writers who ha'e made a steady practice of sniping »t Blytheville High School ever sl.ce the Chicks flrstcame into prominence as a potential gridiron powerhouse, are at it again And this time their charges of regulation-breaking siund even more ridiculous Orville Henry, sports editor of Little Rock's Arkansas Gazette shook Dlale ,/t^ln at . B1 V lhc ;i^ «, his column on proselyting of football playeis lhe other day and he even went so fir as to quote some of the Arkansas Athletic Association's "findings" of a so-called "recent investigation, uomcrence tilt while Coach Emll i l! 1 ' !I Cnry ' wll ° P'' ol "<bly knows about'as much about what noes B °W le 's Caruthersville Tigers re- on In Kortheast Arkansas as this department does about Russian maneu- """"^ «'• home for the second yers in Outer Mongolia, charged the Chicks vlth wholesale bush shaking s( S! ght wcck '» uke on Slkeston. in search for grid talent and he tied his charje in with a quotation from The Tnrifa "< »"»"—•' - » Jo mle Burnett, executive secretary of the Artansas Athletlo AssQciation who he quoted as saying that "proselyting ah'l what it used to be" and Inat. vnn rutt r-mmt ^.,-,1, ....i- ...-_>_, ,. _ . •*•"•" v " "^ ruiu ,, ' — —*j»i» *unn iJiuocijruiiK an i wimi n used to be M? Hy ° U "I 1 C .°". nt S " cl1 l '" le violalors °n "« fingers of one hand." And Mr. Henry started his next sentence off wltt "Blylheville." Burnett Explains niM H^Hi!'',. 81 . 1 !??'"' '" a " tmsolldt «I lettr to a Blylheville fan, denied that Blythovllle wns even mentioned In his proselyting conversation uonen Be «ei "hteh^dX'to 0 believe "^ , C ° nVersa M' n «»* Printed in ihat man- "Is Indians h*r« 'I l n* C ni U iT. He "'' y quoled allc sed AM "findings" that flvc'mem- Srtiooi Distrf?»h V 1 ," 6 Went '° SCh01 ' outside of the Blythevme Scnool District the year before. That, Mr. Henry, is not correct Everv member of the Chicks' 1948 team with the accptlon of Marvin Hall at- ceivM Ih^r H r'!^ H '. gh Schco1 n>t onl * ln 19 « but »!»> «- ceiveti their junior high education here. Hill transferred to Blytheville at mid-term In 1S47 from Lu.vora, and Ms Visibility, as Mr Henrv can iwo ^,r S VedfiCU by thB AAA aftcr the Chleks wire, made to forfei" Is This Proselyring? v - B nMl V " le , f h ° o1 ° mclnl5 d ° n °t deny that some members of last years Chicks claimed residence outside the ichool district but they were mainly border line cases and have paid tution for a number of years to attend school here In preference to small.r schools of the coun y'that do not have all of the modern facilities of Zlytheville High School Mr Henry did not check into the AA.V's "findings" far enough to earn that m addition to the boys playing football that had it one lime or another attended school in another district, there also were so°c 60-odd other tuition students attending' Blytheville High School at e same time. These students In no way participated in any of the school'B RIVM um'°i,Y"u o u th *" lntra - |nui 'f' sports. They chose to attend Soader",han 'fcUK l E™,'? r £ (IC " U0 "' 1 "* "' Wmew " at ^^^o^^L^S^^^^ « '* ""« Pigskin Pickings ] I.illle Rock at Blylheville—Last year »-e called this one right on the nose by picking Blytheville by one. touchdown.- But this year ItllouBher it thkvr PV, VJ « stick wUh U slick with t ' f"' ^"" ys ^ Wildcats from the oil country have ° ys are stil1 in lhe bu»dlng stage How|, H S ' eCP " '" the BiK Six but we'll have to favorites and pick E! Dorado by 12 points ' M thls wecl£ we " lck: P1 « e Bluff over Fo,t am«h- e " over Foil Smith. Army to nose by Penn State; TCU to rout Bay or's passes too much for Mississippi stale; Rice to tame LSU'rgers : North Little Rock to shade Camden; Columbia too much for HiVv"d : Princeton to lick the Middies of Navy; Notre Dame to roH over Wbcons n : SMU to get past Missouri; Michigan, too powerful for Stanfo d uc^ over Oregon; California over Oregon State; Tulaiie over Georgia Tcclr Kentucky over Mississippi; Tennessee over Duke; North Carolin-i over Georgia; Texas over Idaho ami Alabama over Vanderbilt llntt mcr High School Football Cnunly Little "Rock at Blytheville. Osceola at West Memphis. Wilson at Dycss. Keiser at Shawnee. Snutheast Missouri Hayli at Chalice. Sikcston at Caruthersvllle, State Subiaco at Fayetleville. Harrison at Sprlngdale. Jonesboro at Helena. Comv y at Batesville. Gnrdon at' Hope. Alma at Fort Smith St. Ann-'o. Bentonvlllc al Slloam Sprinjs (la). Batesville at Paragould. Newport «t Augusta. Buid Knob at Senrcy. Bnonevllle at Waldron (4a). Greenwood at Mansfield (4a). Bniixite al Bcnlon. Catholic High at Pocnhontas. Mnlvern at Morrilton f5n). Brinklcy at Fr-rest City (5a). Clarendon al Stuttgart. DcQucen at Arkadelnhla (7a). Prescntt al Nashville <7a). Warren at Crossett (8a). • More than $3,000.000 In financial assislance was provided to servicemen and their dependents by American Red Cross chapters last year. . Announcement HARRY WHITE FORMERLY CONNECTED WITH SMITH PONTIAC CO. Is Now Service Manager at Your Nash Dealer's SH ELTON MOTOR CO. Oilers Beat Vols T3 to 2 in Dixie Series Opener NASHVILLE. Term., Sept. 30. (AP) — The TuUa Oilcr.s, jubilant over their 13-2 rout of the Nashville Vols'last night, try to make it two in a row in the Dixie-Series tonight. Since Jim Avera had little trouble with the Southern Association slugger.-; last night. Manager Al Vincent of the Texas League Club indicated he'll send another lanky right- hander, Dave Jolly, alter the second game of the four-of-seven game series. Jolly has a 11-7 won-lost record. He'll face Gnrman iPiMol Pete) Mallory. Nashville righthander who haA a 22-5 record. Police Probe Death Of Drowning Victim MARKED TREE. Ark.. Sept. 30. (/p>—Police today were seeking clues to the death of Lester Craven. ^5. whose body w-as found floating In BONDED RADIO REPAIR For the first time in Bly- llieville, we offer you HONDED RADIO REPAIR SERVICE. Every job bonded by an indemnity company which stands behind our guarantees. WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? Piano Tuning AND REPAIR \Ve use the famous STKO- BOCONN in our tuning service. WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? PIANOS NEW AND USED MUSIC INSTRUMENTS- SHEET MUSIC- RECORDS Everything in Music BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 E. Main Tel. 811 Tigers and Hayfi In Blue Chip Tilts Both Face Rugged Conference Rivals In Tonight's Games Southeast Missouri grid fans will find their football in Chaffee or Caruthersvllle this week. The stron * Ha > 111 Indians . will "" 1 ^'« Chaffee for p. Little Eight Conference tilt while Coach Emll The Indians, enthused after a 13- vlctory over Caruthersvllle last eek, will find themselves In a ftame which could very easily deter- •nlne the Little Eight title. Last year, Hayti shared the championship with Chaffee aftcr i confused tilt which was later •ulcd "no contest." Coach Bee Underwood said this will bombard Chaffee morning In no uncertain terms that with plenty of passes providing wet weather doesn't hamper ball'hand- ling. Last week In heating .Caruthcrs- I'ille. Hayti completed ten of 13 heaves and scored two touchdowns In the final quarter chiefly due to a polished passing attach. 1 Coach Underwood reported that Kenneth Bracken, one of the brightest stars of the Indian backfield. Is in good i;jape and would be ready to play. He was taken from the Caruthersville game In the last quarter. Lineup Changes The Hayti mentor also mentioned several passible lineup changes Hugh Dorrls, lanky end who scored the Indians' first touchdown t Caruthersvllle,'will be shifted back to his familar end position He started the Caruthersville game at quarterback. Nelson will move In to take over the quarterbacking. Wickham will move from tackle to fullback with Notgrass ace placcklckcr. taking his place In the line, Bus'. a sinrtcr at fullback last week, will move over to the right half back 'slot. : Sikesloh Strong Sikcston will bcein defense of the Big Eight. title it won last year when it faces a Tiger lineun which has been revamped somewhat to provide bettter defense against passes. "I've worked more on pass defense in the past week than I have in the last four years," Caruthers- vllle Coach Emit Boepple said today. He Indicated that Hedge would probably move to end on-defrnse- Goodwin will steo in as linebacker-' and Mchrtc. offenslnve center, wil'l be shifted to n defensive halfback post. Sikeston, often called the best football town In southeast Missouri, seems to liave it asaln. Prom last year's championship squad 16 lettermen retur--.. Of these, ten are starters and or lhe first eleven, eieht are seniors and three are juniors. Coach Bncnnle said his sfilad Is in -ton phvslcal condition for tonight's game. the muddy St. Francis River. A coroner's in-.ucst to determine cause of death has been ordered Craven; a young Pbln.sett County farmer. .iad been missing from his borne about a week. His body was discovered near here yesterday. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Junior Tribe Bows to Strong Whirlwinds in Season's First Showing, Gentry, Holland Shine By Georfe Clark Courier Newt Sporli Edllor - -•• ' m n J0 .i/ ETSB 9 R 0;. Se P t -30^-An inexperienced but Valiant Blytheville Junior High school team battled the favored Jonw. boro Junior Whirlwinds on almost even terms for three qua r. era here last night before succumbing to a deadly aerial at tack to take a 20-6 hckmg in their 1949 season opener. The Paps, sparked by the >"'i-- Friday "COLORED COMEDY" OX THE STAGE WITH LOCAL CAST Saturday "BROTHERS IN THE SADDLE" Kith Tim Holt Serial Jt Cartoon Saturday Owl Show "LOST PATROL" with Victor JlcI,a?Ien and Boris Karloff Also Cartoon Sunday, Monday & Tuesday with Marguerite Chapman and Walter Brennan Warner News A Cartoon Soybean Sacks new 10 01. FALL SEEDS Alfalfa, Ky*. Wheat, Oats & Vetch BLYTHEVILLi SOYBEAN CORP. 1800'W.. Main St. Phone S5B - 857 llant running of fullback Donald Gentry and the sterling defensive play of center Montroe Holland, could find no match for the aerials at Jerry Yielding, Jonesboro's all- state fullback so they bowed out in the last half after matching the Whirlwinds yard for yard in the early stages of the game. Yielding tossed but 11'passes with five of them finding their marks but his aerial attack was good for 51 yards and It set up two of the Whirlwinds' three touchdowns and two more went for an extra point. The Paps, In spite ol their inexperience, looked good and they made mistakes that will aid them in. future contests as much as a week's practice. Their biggest weakness was dffense but there were times during the game when they looked like veterans and on these occasions they stonpcd Jonesboro's tricky split-T cold. Gentry, who is witnessing his second year as a Pap starter, was by far the classiest-running back on jhe field. He knifed throueh the Jonesboro line behind good blocking time after time for long gains for the Paps and he turned In what some spectators called the prettiest run at Jonesboro's Woodland Field in many a day. an 84-yai-d ktckoff return for Blythcville's only touchdown. Gentry Score for Paps That came the first'quarter aftcr Jonesboro had scored it's first six- poinler. Gentry took the kick on his own 16. picked up his Mocking nicely, cut to the sidelines and was away. Montroe Holland and blocking back Johnnie O'Brien gave him key blocks at.the 5fl and from there on he had the field all to him- scli. Jonesboro scored its first touchdown after four minutes to play in the first quarter. Guard Verlon .Homer broke through to block a Gentry punt on the Blytheville 30 and a team mate recovered nn the Pap's 25. TKO plays later halfback Roland Smlth'skirted through a nice hole inside the Paps right end to score'from the 17. ; Jonesboro scored again in the second quarter thanks to a beautiful Yielding pass. Yielding passed to end Vance Cook on the Blytheville !5- and he went to the 10 from where halfback Bobby Rogers scored on a , delayed buck. Yielding passed to quarterback pete Gcis for the extra point and at halftlme Jonesboro led 13-6. Drive Boss Down The Paps got another scoring drive underway in the .third quarter and with the aid of two consecutive penalties moved all the. way to the Jonesboro six before the Whirlwind defense dug In and slopped the drive. Aftcr that the Paps never came back, nicy weren't able to get another sustained drive underway. Jonesboro scored its final touch- THEATREOSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDIY THEATRE Box Office Opens at «:4S p.m. Week Nights Show Starts at 7:M iMalinee Szlurda; & Sunday at £ p.m. with continuous showUii Friday i Saturday 'VALLEY OF FEAR' Johnny Mack Brown Serial ft Comedy SATURDAY MIHN1TE SHOW "SON OF DRACULA" I-oit Chaney . 1-ouise Al.brilion Also Comedy Sunday & Monday "*J^ rWTflK •rfrtofwt h down in the fourth period and'an- ""'-- long Yielding pass set It up ng passed 35 yards l o end Prank Palls on ive who stepped out or bounds on the Paps three. FromSre Yielding crashed over ceuUrTfato he end zone and then he passed o Palls again for the extra point. The Paps suffered most from pen- allies. They were assessed two five- •ards penalties and Uo more for 15 each during the game ar^ every >ne of them came at a time th-it "lit. Three of then, cost the Paps' irst downs. Joiicsboro drew one 15-yard fine and three for five- 'firds each Startiii"; lineims: Klytheville Skelton Hodge .. Swift Holland Childers Pus. L E. L T, L.G. . C. . R.G. n.r. R.E. Q.B. H.B. M.B. P. n. •Joneshoro •,... Palls .... Perry ••. Horner • • •. Moma . - • - Berry . Kenward Cook Gels ... Smith •. • RORCI-S • Yielding Shepherd . O'Trien ... Mosley .... Bratcher .. Gentry Substitutions: BMheville—Jones Privctt. Hall and Hays. Jonesboro-^ Turner. Harris. Cliilds and McGil- luray. First, Downs—Jonesboro S Blythcvlll 4. Yards gained rushing—Jonesboro 118. Blytheville 53 Passes—Jonesbnro n, completed 5 for 51 yards. Blytheville 5/complet- I ed 2 for 13 yards. Officials—Ebb 1 Pickcns. referee: Jim Lvons, inn- Pirc; Hal Dctrirb, linesman- 'nors* Keller, field judge. '. , BLVTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE. Friday & Saturday Opens 6:30 tilemfmefct KITTE* ALSO MUSICAL CO-HIT SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER Z MHtt Norlh ol Blytheville Boi Olficc Opens at 6:30 Show Stirlj 1:00 Last Time Today "GOOD NEWS" with June Alljson and Peter I.inrford (IN TECHNICOLOR) Added Attractions Saturday "TRAIL TO LAREDO" with Charles Starretl and Smiley Burnett Added Attractions Saturday Midnight Sho« "OUR RELATIONS* with Slan Laurel »nd Oliver Hard? Added Attractions Sunday &• Monday '"MAN FROM COLORADO" with Glenn For« and Ellen Drew.- Added Attractions

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