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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS _^ » m ^_| . ~ —— — , . PAM FCTTB Dierks Throws Scare Into Chicks 19-13; Qsceola Wins Over Bartlett Tenn. Tribe Hangs Up 4th Win Despite Second Half Lapse By GKORCE CLARK (Conrltr N«wi SporU Editor) A bewildered band of Blytheville Chlcknsaws scored three quick touchdowns in the first half and then tried to coast through the iina! 24 minutes of play on their laurels but barely managed to luck out a 19-13 victory over a determined and hustling Dierks team at Haley Field last night Behind 19-0 at htlltlnie. the smaller but scrappier Outlaws from Arkansas' southwest "footb»)l hotbed" territory refused to give up and returned in the final stanzas to throw a scare Into the big city boyi by turning Blylhevitle hobbles into two touchdowns while the sophomore-staffed Chicks did little more than look on. The Outlaws, who were supposed to be not much more than a breather for the defending state class AA champs, showed the Chicks a well- balanced single wing and T offense that at« up the yardage like so much 'cake in that second half. Back« Spark Offense This offense was manned by a pair of hard-running backs, C. A. -Archer, a fancy stepping fullback, and Wesley Cannons, a fleet-footed halfback, and It was fronted by a «te«dy playing line that kept the jump on the Chick forwards. However, the Chicks stuck to straight, fundamental football throughout the same. Even when •j^ings started looking gloomy in ^liie fourth period they refused to open the throttle on their offense, apparently because a scouting delegation from Whlteliaven, Tenn., the Tribe's next foe, was In the stands. And this, coupled with a good case of fumbleitis, very nearly cost them the ball game. Obviously determined to give his eophomore-studded bench squad needed game experience. Coach Rus«ell Mosley turned things over to the scrubs alter the Chicks took the three touchdown lead. He shuttled his starters In and out of the game during the last half but for the most parts, the reserves had things to themselves in the final two periods. The Chicks scored their first six pointer on a blocked punt covered In the end zone after their first KOrlng drive fiziled out at the Dierks one. doal l>rlve Stopped A fumble recover} 1 at the I>ierks 37 early In the first quarter got the Chicks started goalward. Halfbacks Mel Hay and Ralph Snyder and fullback Donald Gentry picked up two straight first clowns with aa<e as the chicks rolled to the T^erks eight. Out here, the Outlaw line showed its first signs of hustle and it dug in. stopping the drive on the one jvrd line. Taking over on downs, the Outlaws tried to punt out of the hole on first down. But Larry Lunsforci, the Tribe's big tackle had other Ideas. He charged high, shoving a blocker squarely Into the path of the kick ball and the pigskin careened off the blockers back Into the end zone where Mack Hay was waiting to cover it. Gentry kicked the extra point. The Outlaws threatened to come right back after that score. They rolled to two straight first downs to the Chicks' 47 before pass interception by Mel Hay at the 30 put a stop to the drive, 'mat started the Chick'; on their second touchdown march. The Chicks ran up one first down to the 40 before the quarter ended 'Vet Tommy Mosley opened the '^cond frame by sprinting nme yards to midficld on the Tribe's only reverse play of the night. On the next play. Gentry set up the touchdown when he swept around end going all the way to the Dierks 2t. Snyili-r Scores Snyder and Gentry ill two whacks rrovcd to the 10 ancl Garner moved m le more to the seven, froi: v'.-.-re Snyder exploded over lack! another scoring drive underway late in the third period but a fumble at the Dierks 18 cost them the ball and the touchdown. Dierks took over and marched 82 yards for its first score. With the Cannon brothers, Josh and Wesley.' and fullback Archer leading the way rolled to three straight first dowrfs to the Blytheville 35 before the quarter ended. Pass Sets Up TD Then an Archer to J. Cannon pass set up the touchdown at the Blytheville 10. Archer bulled his way over guard to the one from where Josh Cannon plowed over. Archer got the extra point on a line play. A quarterbacking gamble that backfired got (he Outlaws started on their final scoring march. Taking the klckoff at the 40. the Chicks. with an all-sophomore backfield moved to the 4fl in three downs. Then with fourth down and four yards they elected to gamble on a running play Instead of punting, but failed to make the necessary yardage and the Outlaws took over at the 45. The Outlaws were quick to take advantage of the break. Archer circled end to the 31 and then he passed to Wesley Cannon who went all the way untouched. Archer tried the line for the extra point but was stopped. Then things started to get warm There was a little more than two minutes .left to go in the game. The Chicks tried tc run out the clock but fumbled and Dlerfa The Outlaws tried for the tying recovered. touchdown but they. too. fumbled and that's the way the remaining minutes were whiled uway. Chlck» Slay on Ground The Chicks kept the passing 4 at- Caruthersville Defeated 19-15 Cope Girardeou Tops Tigers; Rugged Line Play Features Game CARUTHERSVILB. Mo., Oct. 13— Cnruthersville'3 Tigers dropped a 19-15 decision to Cape Girardcmi here last night In a game that was highlighted by strong defensive play. Blocked punts, brought about by hard-charging linemen, accounted for eight of the 3-1 points in the game. Cape Girardeau scored one of its three touchdowns as the . The victory was the Chicks' fourth of the season against only one loss and It was their 20th their last 21 games. Starting lineups: victory in BlyUievllle Holland . Hornbcrger Mayo . .. Prlvett . ., Koonce . .. Hodge . Mack Hay . Garner , . Mel Hay . Snyder . .. B. Hays . Pos. . I. E. L.T. . L.O. . C. . R O. B.T. rt.E. . Q B. H.B. . H.B. F.B. nicrks ... . Walters . . Harberson ... . Gossage .. . Blakeley Gibson Gilbert H. Woodruff Barnett ...; . Lovell ... J. Cannon W. Cannon Substitutions: Blytheville—Gentry. May, Lunsford, Criner, Skelton, Childress, Kill, Gilbow, Jones, Bratcher, Miller. Dierks—Hill, Archer. Cox. Stapp, Turner and Ward. Scoring touchdowns: Blytheville-Mack Hay, Gentry and Snyder. Dierks—J. Cannon and W. Cannon. Extra points — Archer. Officials: referee— Leon Stevenson; umpire— Al Clemens; linesmen—Bob Porter; field Judge—Parker Hall. Game Statistic! B'ville Dierks First downs . Yds. gained rushing Passes attempted . Completions 10 . 214 0 0 161 10 Interceptions Fumbles ............. Oppt-s. fumbles rec. . . Punts . . 4 for 31.S yds Penalties 3 for 25 yds S for 24 yards Player Mel Hiy . Garner . Gentry . Snyder . B. Hays . Mosley . Bratcher . Individual Records Blytheville 1 0 6 4 4 2 3 for 24 yds 2 tor 20 yds Tries ... . 8 ... 4 12 ...10 ... 6 the end zsne. Tliis time Gc:itry' K. '; from placement was short. L A fumble r~. ; r>vrry nt the Dierks \ Tn | alH 21 ret up the Clii'.-ks' third touch- r 1 v,n. After the s-cona score the C -thvs wore uns'cle to move against Gnd. B 15 82 54 21 31 3 Avg. 1 683 683 5.40 3.50 3.44 1 . Cape Girardeau got off to a quick staj-t scoring early In the second quarter when D. Carroll plowed over from the one after a 37-yard pass play from Bob Carroll to Greer set up the touchdown. Cape Urw Lead Tn the second quarter. Cape took a two-touchdown lead when Heiir- Ing. a tackle, blocked a Carulhers- ville punt at mldfleld, picked up the ball and went all the was'. Caruthersville got in the scoring act in the third quarter when the blocked punt gave the Tigers a. safety. After the free kick following the two-pointer the Tigers rolled to three straight first downs to the Cape five from where Morgan scored. Another long pass from Mabrcy to Greer set up Cape Girarelcau's final touchdown at the five. Three plays later a B. Carroll to Fowler pass got the touchdown. . scored Carllthersville's on a 45 yard end sweep Morgan last tally in the fourth period. The lineuns: Carufhcrsville Pos. C.^GIrardeau Cromer .... L.E ........ Fowler Boyd ----- L.T. Patterson .... L O Clayton ...... C ... ..... Mackey P-rlvctt ....... E.D ........ Bass Wood Spain Craven ..., VanAusdall Summers . Morgan . ... R.T. R.E. Q.B. H.B. H.B. . P.B. ... Hcurlng .. Dieteker Mabrey D. Carr.ill .. Neu'man . D. Fowler Late Rally Gives Wilson 20-20 Tie Earle's Lead Melts In Wake of Last Half Stand by Home Team WILSON. Oct. 13.—Wilson's Bulldogs, after a sloppy start, came from behind here last night to tie the Knrlc Bulldogs 20-20 mid keep (heir four game winning streak Intact. The Bulldogs rouse from behind three times In the game Two limes Wilson rallied to tie the score and once, in the fourth period, It gave them the lead. t.'arle jumped to an early learf with fullback Vernon Burns scoring on a seven yard end sweop toward the end of the first quarter. The extra point was good giving Earle a 7-0 lead. Wilson Bounces Hjick But Wilson bnmirhecl back with hiilfback 11. p. Cash bringing an Eai'k- punt hack 50 yards. He then plunged for the extra point to knot the score. Earle got back In the lead late In the second period when Burns scored liis second touchdown of the night The extra point try was n a good. The third quarter was scoreless but In the fourth both teams scored Wilson moved to the Earle seven yard line on n sustained drive early In the period and Cash got the six pointer on a plunge. He added the extra point and Wilson took the lead 14-13. Midway In the quarter Earle went ahead again when Burns circled end lor 55 yards and his third touchdown of the night to mnk'e the score 20-13. As the seconds ticked awny late in the game, Wilson took to the air and Edwin Webb heaved a 25 yard pass to Jimmy Muncy who caught It nt the 10 and went over to tic the score. The extra point trv that could have won the game, "failed when Cash was stopped at the line ol scrimmage. Starling lineups; Seminoles Get 19-13 Win On Spiers 7 Long Aerial OSCKOLA, Oct. 13.—Osceolit's "TossiiV Tommy" Soier* uncorked an 80-ya.d pass play ( 0 his favorite target end Warren Wc.nberjf in the fourth quarter here l«,t right to BIVO he SeminolcH of Osceola High School a 19-13 verdict >'cr the vusit.n^HartleU, Tenn., aggregation. + The touchdown pass, which cir- •ied 4o yards in the —Courier News Photos SOl'HOMOftKS IN ACTION—Ralph Snyder and Tommy Mosley. the Chicks' two fine sophomore halfbacks are shown being brought down after short gains tn the Chicks-Dierks game at Haley Field last night. In the upper photo, Snyder is dragged down at the Dierks one yard line as the Chicks' first touchdown bid Is stopped short of the goal in the first, quarter. The tackier is Stapp, a Dierks defensive tack. In the lower photo, Mosley is knocked out of bounds at the Dierks three yard line after an el B ht yard end sweep to set up the Chicks' second touchdown. Hwever, this play was followed by two straight penalties ... Mines against the Chicks, both of which called back touchdowns. The tackier is Hnrberson, Outlaw tackle. Burdette Gets 20-0 VV/'n Over Yellowjackets Plajcr ••' "v.t Hll_l.,t l<? Ellu^t? il'-.IIUM. „ •hcv lie's dcr-nse and pip-t'etl to : J ' c? -" non : Chicks at thc 30. Thc Chic':s tried ; w - Calll i°" 52 Dierks Tries 7 5 9 1 Gcw-sage . Hill . ... 1 2H Gatt. 24 38 41 1 4H 1 8 4.11 Avg. 342 760 1 31 161 oirvp gonlvvrrd a^-aln but a turn- i 1'? on Hie first phy lo-t five yards, Ccx • ? -d the bc:t they cotlid do in two Archer i -re tries '-as to ft b--u the five ^ -~;1s so Gcntiy p'.mt-d. ';he punt rc?elver was nailed at t!u 24 without taking a step and Totals m thc first nl?y frcm scrimmage Josh Ca:inoii fumbled and the Chicks recovered. With tl-c first half seconds tick- Vvs away thc Chicks moved fast <||:ong the ground. Mosley and Gen- , try Rot 13 yards in two tries to move! tn the 11. Mnslcy got ctnht -nor? ti-colorcd mourning doves will 0:1 an end sweep and Gentry went i brighten the forest and fields of over on Che n?xt play but a back- | Southeastern United States this sea- field in motion penalty nullified' son. v* the score. Penally Nullifies Score 1 eastern states are trapping the Then Gentry swept end to move birds, dyeing and banding them and BURDETTF. Oct. 13 — Burdette's Pirates got their fifth win of the j season here yesterday afternoon.! wliinping the Keiser Yellow-jackets 20-0. Quarterback Terrv Moore O'Neal led the Pirates to the win. scoring | two touchdowns. Hamilton got thej other six pointer with Gore and 1 ° : Burks adding the extra points. [ The came v.-as featured bv ruEced ! [defensive play by both teams, par-' i ticiilarly by Burdr'tte. The Pimtes'j 5 ^ , defensive players gave thc Yellow- jar-i;r!s only three first downs. Thc Pirates s-rnrcci one touchrloivn in the first half but missed the extra point to take a 6-0 halfticiic: margin. Then they added two more TALLAHASSEE. Pla.-fAP.-Mul- 1 ^,'^^,.^ 0 <U ""' ler5 "> C0m - i Starting for the Pirates were Burks and Whs I ley at ends: B. Perkins anrl pierce at tackles- Frank Game departments o, five South- ,*£ ™&« ^tcr^k:' Danu^ and Gore at halfbacks and J. Perkins at fullback. - } Bird Research Shows Dyed Dove in Forest i UL-II ^cjiuy swcui end to move " Jiu *. n.vunt; rtuu uauning inem and to give the Chicks a first down at tnen releasing them. It's part of a ' the one. Quarterback Bob Childress., stlld y of their migratory habits. I playing his first game of the year.! Florida started the idea last year went over on a sneak but again a : when its game department dyed Chinese Communist pc-nalty. this time a 15 yarcler. null-| scores of doves. The experiment c ,n'. ' ififd the score. Gentry then cir-' yielded so much information about Suppress Bandits rlcd end to get Ihe 15 yards back i the birds' flight palerns that four and then crashed over guard to ! other states are joining 111 the pro- score. He got a bad pass from con-• Ject this year. The dvcing does thc -.'luuiinv.-i m ouvitn unma ter on his extra point try und the birds no harm and has no effect on boasting that 261,686 bandits lull ended .seconds later with the their breeding or feeding habits ' '"" '-'"-• Chicks ahead 19-0. | Blylhevnic High School's band i.. ... B -1 i I performed during the halftlmc fes- Aa IUStable Rail Axle livlties. payi i- tribute to Columbus! ,„,«.„„,__,_., Day II formed a mice "KM" while 1 WASHINGTON, w ,,,^ 0 , |n( , als . playing "Columbia, the Gem of the r! >'l™d-car axle adjustable to | in K \van»! Football Scores County Blytheville 19, Dierks 13 Osceola 19. Bartlelt 13 Wilson 20. Earle 20 Burdette 20, Kci.scr 0 Shawnee 21. Luxora 0. Slate Paragould 20. Walnut Rirtcc 19 Tcxarkana. Ark. 14. Camdcn 6 Hoger.5 15. Himtsvillc 6 North Little Rock 29. Russellville 0 Little Rock 45. Fort Smith 12 Comvay 45, Catholic High (Little Rock) 21 McC.ory 19. Searcy 0 Ozark 26, Danville 12 Bauxite 19, Magnet Cove 0 Clarendon 37. Hazcn 0 Clinton M, Cabot 12 Pigsotl 25. Pocahonlas 0 Stuttijart 20. Wynne 20 Booncville 14, Mansfield 8 Greenwood 26. Dardanelle 0 Charleston 36. Ola 13 Van Buren 19. Bcntonville 7 Magnolia 20. Warren 14 Stamps 34. Mineral Springs 0 Cro;sett 27. Star City 0 Hope 39, MaKcrn 0 DcQueen 49. Nashville 12 Bald Knob 18. BatcsviHe 14 Pine Bluff 23. Kl Dorado H CVntrnt High iTsib.i> 39 Kayctte- ville 26 McGehce 33. .Dumas 0 Euclora 20. Dermott 13 Montlcello !6. Lake Village 18 Brinkley 7, Helena 0 Atkins 25. Hartfuri! 12 12 Harrison 39. Alma 7 Mnrianna 21, Forrest City 0 Benton 6. DcWitt 0 Arknrielphla 6. Fordyce 0 Sheridan 25, Jacksonville 12 Holy Grnve 73, Elaine 6 Snulhrasl Missouri Poplar Bluff 13, Jackson Perryville 33, Charleston Sikcston 28, Kennett 0 Cape Girardeau 19. Caruthcrs- ville 15 Oexler 14. Cliaffee 13 Maiden 27. Hayti 13 Portagcvillc fi. East Prairie 13 Cnllrie Fordham 35. Bnston College 19 Temple 47, Albright 6 Villanova 41. Alabama 18 George Washington 38. Virginia Tech 13 Thc Citadel 41. Newberry 1 Miami iFlm 7. Purdue 0 Drake 26, Detroit 6 South D.ikota 18. .North Dakota Aggies 0 Minnesota Dil'.th 21. Mainline 6 Warrcnsburg <Mo.i 13. Cape Gi- rardenu 13 Millikc/i 21, Illinois College fl York iNebi 14. Dana 0 Kearney iN'cbl 21. Midland 13 Pittsburg iKasi 23. Washburn 0 Bethany iKasi 21. Bethel 0 Kansas "B" 51. Baker <K,1S> in Colorado Mines 7,,New Mexico A A; M 0 Han Franciico 42. San Jose State 7 Santa Barbara 23, Fresno State 22 IVIlsun Rurch . .. Frcets . ., Perry . ... Stanrod . . Abbott . .. AJexnnrter McNabb . Muncy . .. Boyles . .. Cash . Webb' ''us- .L.E ...C. ..R.G. ..R.E. ..Q.B. ..H.B. ..H B. .F.B. Karle . Gium Ncal Pliilynw Craig Reader Garner O. Burns Morgan Haw Hughes V. Burns Substitutions — Wilson: Douglas and Grant. Earle—Han Is ancl Woort- rulf. Indians Spoil Homecominq For Luxora 11 LUXORA. Oct. 13.—The Shawnee Indians spoiled Luxora High school's homecoming here yesterday afternoon, drubbing the Panthers by a 21-0 score. Shawnee took the opening klckoff and drove straight for Its first touchdown in six minutes. The conversion was good. In thc second quarter. Shawnee scored again when a lineman Inter ccpted a Luxora pitchout and rai 11 yards to the end ?xme. The In dlans final touchdown came In th third quarter when they turned pass Interception Into a score. Luxora never got Its offense going against a hard-charging Shawne line. The Panthers made only 01 first down while " " ' for 11. Favorites Gain At Fort Smith FORT SMITH. Ark.. Oct. 13. (IP} —National Amateur Champion Billy Maxwell and Frank Stronahan. the Toledo strong boy, are favored today to shoot their way into the finals of the Willard Memorial Amateur Golf Tournament. To do it, each will have to win ^two more matches over the rugged ; 0.740-yard. par 72 Hardscrabble Country Club course. Maxwell, from Odessa. Tex , was j paired against George Blgham, j Stillwater. Okla.. and Stranahan asainu Hitman Robblns. Memphis. I in the morning quarterfinals. Terr.r Ma Jon WomenBooked On Auditorium Wrestle Card A double main event program ir-aturlns a match between two women wrestlers, has been booked for the American Legion's wrestling matches at Memorial Auditorium Monday night. Miss Carol Carols niid Miss Terry Majors, a pair of heftv female Siapplers, have been parcel In one of the best two of three falls bouts with heavyweights Eddie Matoiie Hid Roy Welch tangling In the sec- >nd. The women's bout will be a one- hour time limit affair with the men's match a DO-minute time limit So. . This will be the first appearance of women grapplers here in several months. Women wrestlers won the fancy of Blytheville mat fans several years ago when Mildred Burke, the world's champion woman wrestler. wrestled here on several occasions. "- ,..-....* ... ilit AT, broke a 1313 deadlock and sent the Semlnolei In o (he lead after Ihe visitors had milled twice to tie the score Osceola, playing one of their better ball games of the season grabber! an early lead over Ihe Tennes- sve»i.j when Spiers, back at quarterback after a couple of weeks at /itllbarfc, plowed over on a snea k play from two yards out to jcor» Ihe first touchdown llarlleft Tin Score But liartlett, playing a determiner! game, bounced back in the ,eo- ond quarter of (he see-saw »ff a(r to tie the score. Wyse got the tylnr touchdown for Barllett when £5 pulled down an Osceola pass at th« mldfleld alrjpe. c ,, lrfePrf ^^ tacklers and scampered down th. sidelines to the end zone Qsccohi roared back to take th. ead again In the second period Taking the klckoff (,„ a.mfnofe. rolled to two first downs to th» Barllett 33. Spiers hit Welnbere with another pass at the 27 and another fcplors to Welnhcrg paw moved th« ball to the 13. Then Tommy p.ued to fullback Doyle Dunn In In. "nd zone. Spiers' extra point Wck wa> good. But, sgatn Bartlett ctmt back. The Bemlnoles lost th. b«n on downs at the Bartlett 3* at th» b«- glnnlng of the third period and drove straight to louchdawnlanil. Thomas picked up th. scor« when he plowed over from a yard out and returned to kick the tying point Then In the fourth quarter c«,m» Spiers' lone one. The puss cam. on second down after the Seminolet hart halted a Bartlett drive, mnd took over on downs on their own 30. Starting lineups: Onceola Poscy ..... Greene ____ Dillnrd .... Harlan .... Johnson . . . . Wclnberg . . Spiers ..... Dunn Stilwell . . . Wells ..... . Pn» . L.T! . L-.D. . c . . R.G. . R.T. . R.E. H.B' H.B. . F.B. BuriUH Cunningham Brymm Davli Roach Crisp Hog an Brown Wilson Mlrtln Taj|or Thotnai Sydney Hill Belchtt SYDNEY (API-The.Mt. ^,,,u, B . ton volcano In New Guinea Is still making strange belching nolsei Volcanologlst Q. A. Tiylor My* that earth tremors are «tlll being felt and that gas dlschargM from the crater are continuing. An e>mp- j "on last January cost 4,000 Hvw Women s bouts are governed by i . the same rules as men's matches. Read Courier News Classified Adi. Sudbury Blanks Central 14-0 In Grade School League Game Sudbury's league-leading footballers captured their second win t» as many starts yesterday afternoon by defeating Central H-0 at Llttl* Park In a Grade School Football League game. The winners scored In the first and third periods »nd held o« two determined Central threats for the victory. The winners scored In the first* and third periods and held off two determined Central threats for the victory. rs mace only one Sudbury scored thc first time they the Indians rolled ?ot thc bal1 - kicking oft and blocking a Central punt after the first scries of downs. Recovering on the Central II, they marched over with Billy NeL-on carrying the last four yards. A fake placement caught the Central team napping as Charles Coalter passed to Danny Bratcher for the extra point. Central came right back on the klckofl and marched to the Sudbury three yairt line before being hulled. Charles Rlchey doing most of the ball carrying. In the third period. Charles Coalter took the ball from scrimmage at midfield and started to skirt left enrt. Finding his way barred by a horde of tacklrrs. he reversed hts field and went all the way. Thc extra point was a placement by Coaltcr with Nelson holding. Please Be Good! Vilfanova Whips Alabama 41 to 18 era TUSCALOOSA. Ala.. Oct. 13. l/r, . _.,_. ov ,,. — Fiercely charging Villanova N as «• CALGARY. Alta. Wj-Traditlon»l crashed through Alabama's 'ine to freshmen hl-Jmks took a new turn . . "-"victor, In an interactional football game last night. Purdue Loses 7-0 on Gamble MIAMI, Fla.. Oct. 13. W>>— was a good laser's attitude todiy among Ihe Purdue Boilermakers, who gambled and lost a 7-0 football jjamc to Miami last night In just three minutes of play. It was Purdue's ball on its own 39 with fourth down and a foot to go. The gamo was Just two minute. old. but Coach stu Holcomb electrified the Orange Bowl audience of 51.838 by hustling In orders for quarterback Dale Samuels to mak. the gamble. Samuels sent Jerry Thorpe Into the line. Thorpe was ,<unothered ami that was nil the opportunity Miami's hurricanes needed. After two line plays were halted. Frank Smith, the nimble halfback who beat Purdue Jait year with two touchdown runs, fled wide to Ihe left and eluded a half-dozen pairs of grasping arms In & 39- yarrt run .for the winning score. Elmer Trcmont coverted and that here. Police bargained with stu- dcnUs about a snake-dance and even provided an f.scort when the students promised not to obstruct trafllc. ^on polls, now has lost game« for three consecutive weeks. That had- About half thc world's cables are British-operated. " P "" £""""' y in 1DW a '' CC the Villanova turned three second- quarter Crimson fumbles into quick scores, and matched every Ala- touchdown when the i Defense Against Divorce 1 P-I tr»m« in it . « .• •"- •'"""*'"«"ia loucnaown when the SEO ""' t *^ ns .'" " 1C "»<«>" ln prc-sea-. team came alive In the second half. can" and then formrd the out- - -• •• li;:e of the American flag and play- i""' llu ° use °" lne French Spanish ed the national anthem" ' * tti'rr': quarter was scoreless as the two team swapped fumbles between the 30 yard lines but with comln-s of the fourlh period the variations In track width his been frontier. HONG KONG 'API-Communist authorities in South china are guerrillas were killed or captured d irln? the first six months of 1951 The South China military command's report on Red China's "bandit suppression rampalgn" said most l P™mcr, which borders Christopher Wordiworth. youngest brother ol William Wordsworth, six-volume work entitled r HARTFORD. Conn. IAP)—A syu wrote tern of "divorce prevention" bus "Ecclesiastical Biography." been worked out by thc Very Rev. • Louis M. Hirihson, dean of 'Christ Church Cathcchal In Hartford. All couples mnirifd in the church in the past five years were invited A new tvne "" ""I'l" 1 -" 1 "" <-«»i(Mis!n said most to a special service, which bc^an Just able to! f/ ^ IC dissents were "inactivalecl" will' 'he traditional ra. reel wc-dclms T^.,.-.,„,. ... mu'ir. Tiie marriage tc-rcrnfiny was, re-ir:u! 3ml ^11 wr? iir.iirti to stand and K'iil in renewal of marrUiizr This French Invention makes pos- French tracks of standard guage slble the transfer of cars from 14 feet. 8'i Inches) Cu:'a-.'s -hrok rff their trance and suiae Spanish trac) started to move. : inches i, the National Th« cwck. got wh«t looktd. Uk«jSocletjr report*. to the broart- ton. 6 nnrrl-.east Indochina. Thc report listco the capture r>! thousands of_w_eapons and even such 'ctephone switch "t have known of church people; , - who became divorced." the dean ! - tel « c °P cs "- H did-! said. "Vvt in my quarter century or the- »iiorrllhs would lie the minir'rv. 1 have known tint a "'-"- n'i' sincl- in-r-rre of t-orr- v.1,0 tm v «. swc- boards. 449 telephones, four radio- i n't ?, C v v*h . nt sav what '" W ' Geographic j in a I.™, noted lor the scarcity of. prayed ar,d Shipped ,c, B ,:,Krr "h,'- «ucn iwms, Ibituallr, to have become separated."] FOR SALE Concrete culrerl*. 12 Inch to <8 inch, plain or re enforced. Also Concrete BmMinjr, Hlocks cheap er than lumbrr for barns, chlokrn houses, pump homes Una in houses, i&ol nhcds. \V« deliver Call •• for fre* eallmatc. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 15 8 p.m. Extra Special Miss Carol Carofra T*. Miss Terry Majors Ono Hour Time F.imil, Host 2 nul of 3 Kails For Reserved Seats. Call 33S9 Adults 50c—Children 15c SECOND MATCH Eddie Malone vs. Roy Welch SO Minute Time Limit, Best 2 nut of 3 Falls

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