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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 15, 1951
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVn,T,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS All County Teams Slated for Action This Week MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1951 m Chicks Play Whitehaven; Bees to Meet South Side Mississippi County's junior nnd senior liiirli foolliall loams face another busy week this wook as all eleven of Uu teams in the county are Dialer! for action. In all, there'll be eight frames in-4- volving Mississippi County learns this week and five of them \vi!l bo played in the county. AH three Blythevilta lonnis. Ihe Chicks, Chick Bee.s and F are scheduled for action but one o. the pames, the Taps', isn't definite as yet. The Paps are scheduled In po to Newport Thursday nipht to meet Ihe strong Newport junior Greyhounds but Karl Nail, principal of BlythevPle Junior High School said this morning lhat the br/^incr hadn't been confirmed by Newport as yet. The Chicks and the Bocs will he at home this week, both playing!, 1 " ncsn West Tennessee teams. The Chirks' [r> )e are slated to run into the Whitehav-i . -- pn Tigers at* Haley Field Friday' ncrs has night and the Bees will play Memphis' South Side "B" team Thursday night. Osroola Travels Elsewhere in the county, Osceolsi's Junior and senior trams both travel this week. The Seminolrs po to Corning Friday nlpht and the Junior Semhiolcs go to P.trngould Thursday night. A game. (lint is expected (o attract much attention in the county's Class B circle will be reeled off nl Oseeo- ]a Thursday night. It will be a return cnpagemenl between Ln.vora and Burdette. j Benners is SWC ^Offense Leader SMU Ace Has Netted 636 Yards Passing; Lippman Top Runner DALAS. Oct. 15. (AP> -Find limners, the .Southern Mrthmiist p:i-•- sn't have to en NT fhr Ixsll the SrmllnvpM Conlnci total offense leaclrr. in fact, Urn n nr-b p.i. r .' in: 3fi LIIR. Hut he has C.72 yard and that, has put him ove Coj if ere nee statistics Etimouti today show Brnners to li:ivt> m fi!i6 yards on' 112 play- -32 \c> more than l.amnr MrHan nf Arknn sas ran up on 105. Second ID nr-nnrrs in pn^ine Larry Lshell of Ha.vJor. Brmicrs hay, completed M of !)7 thrmvs. IshrM has rnmtrctccl on 1»7 of (14 for 'llfi yards. Ishrll cnnttnur.s to load liir punters with an rivc-m^p of 430 yards. GJcnn IJppmnn of Texas A, and M. didn't do any baU-cnrryiin; IBM week hut relnhipcl [he in (hr- Vale Lary of A. and M. tops ihrl punt returners with JRO yards on seven run?; for an nvrrnpr of IKK. j Dill Itnwtnn, Rice Wincnum. lends! , L ,.'• jj j . , • co nfer PI ice jus t the Kiinr*. He li;is Jl all tied up at 13-13 and the Pirates | ~ M y ' lrrts nn "" tarrici - Mcllan i? of Burdette will be after revenue of' the setback, the only blemish on their otherwise perfect record. Wilson's Bulldogs, tied by Km-le last week after winning four In a'.. ' "" """ "" row. will R o after ,helr fifth win! !™ '^'^'"^," f >T, ri> ", a1u , i2 on their home srounds Friday nifilit [ ),"""" 'Vf - V!1I ' <|5 aml "'''" Im1rh when they lake on Kelser. The Bull- ?"!', B 'J J ". r "7 "' A \*™ tis ," ml dogs will be heavy favorite.. "™ "" M "-« ™W"- of Romhrr.i in another pame Thursday nighl, *" ! hn " st ' "Ch has caught ILt hut Shawnee's Juniors K o to Reiser to I'Tw* ? , " , ! ^"^ play Ihe junior Yellowjackels. ""'' M "f ""''V'T "" M7 ' A. and M. lends m icnn offrnse with 1507 yards in four games. Ark- On nn averaRC winter dny, aboull amras is socond with \m In defense 6.000.000 persons In the U.S. are] w |th Baylor has Riven up only 191 temporarily or permanently <lis- i yards per Riime lo top the field ~Ark- nbled becaiuse of lllne.'.s, \ntifns Is second with 20S. 'Family Feuding' to Start In Southwest This Week It AM HF. IV 1IA7.OKDACK — Pciin fry or, firr defrnsivc half- bafk last year, is ready to roll on nffciiMj for the Arkansas Ra?.or- hrtflcs in lf)->|. Rniod as <'iie of ihf finest bark.s ever prorlncod in Kansas hiffli sc-hrxil football ihe's from Fredoniai, this lt)5-pntind junior hits hard and fast and i.s irxiu'mrly shifty nfoot. {Associated I'lv-w? photo). Leahy Worit Forget No. 47 for Long Time By JKRR1- I.ISKA CHICAGO, Oct. 15. (AP)-il will be a long time before Notre Dame's Frank Leahy forgeU a lanky kid who wears No. 47 (or Southern's football team. That No. 47. 6-foot. 2-inr* FYed »Benners 'Ft Smith Golf Tourney Won By Stranahan FORT SMITH. Ark , Del. IS. IAPI —Former British amateur champion. „ Frnnk Slmiiiilinn has .icltlcd lmjla"g rcrclvers or sprinthic Ihrounh By HAKOI.D V. RATWFF DALLAS, Oct. 15. (APJ— Fnmily fcurlins breaks mil. nil (Via Southwest Conference this week UK the tcmns cliniipe Irnm Intwsectlonal ci\mp<ilgn to Ihe championship atrunale. ivpr ^ gre^t. third Willard Memorial Golf Tourney crown to his string. Tlif Toledo. O . stronq boy defeated Gfmfc nisham of Oklahoma A .V M., 5 and 3. in llic M-ho!c finals over Ilip lolleh Hardscrabblc Coun- Iry Club 6, 710-yard layout yesterday. Stranahan Is Ihe only three-time | winner of the Willaro Memorial He won the 1917 and 19« tournaments In ail(l didn't compete again until this .. recijitnrl Noire Dame to defensi\ r e helplessness with a phe- nomlnal passing demonstration in SMU's scorchlnii 1*7-20 win over Ihe Irish ftaiurrlay. Shooting fish in a barrel seemed no easier than Bcnner's connecting, long, short, wide or down the middle, against the bewildered Irish, at South Bend, Ind. Jlenneis leal of 22 completions in touchdowns wasn't his best averaee. touchdowns wa.snt his best average. Acalnst Ohio Stnte this season, he connected on 21 out of 29. •Tint I reckon m remember this one quite a spell." drawled the 105- pound senior from Dallas, whose hciplil gives him the appearance height gives him the appearance »f being a lot more slender than he is. So will Leahy and his lads, two touchdowns favorites, who knew what Henners was going to do from the very first play of the same and for 25 straight plays before SMU tried to run with the ball. But they could do little about it. "I'm Prcd Bemiers 1 * One reporter button-holed Bcn- ners In the hilarious SMU dressing room after the game and not sure of his identity in street clothes, asked: "Are you Fred Henners. the iicro of this (-rent contest?" "I'm Fred ncnners." replied the prisslnft wizard. 'That's all, just Fred Benners. There were loU of heroes for us. i just kept pitching and the boys kept grabbing Ihem." When Mustang receivers were covered down field, Bcnners pitched short lo one or another of his mates who always seemed to be straying close lo the scrimmage line, when SMU had the ball, there hardly was a scrimmage line more than a second or two, that with Irish running backwards with MIIS- at their passing tormentor, Benners. Leahy, crestfallen by the defeat which derailed Ihe Irish bid to recapture top national ranking, said -SMU wa.s brilliantly prepared for the Irish, mentally and physically. "Benners threw the ball about as straight as it's humanly possible to do so, and we didn't stop him," said Leahy. The record against outside foes stands at 13 victories against Jive defeats and last week wa.s a big one In building it to such quantity and quality. Southern Methodist knocked down Notre Dame. 27-20; Texas heat. Oklahoma, Q-7, and Rice kicked Navy, 21-14, to make it a perfect week In intersectional play. One pome is about as important as another this week. There are three counting in the conference standings. Rice and Southern Methodist open the championship race in a Saturday night game at Dallas. Texas will go to Fayetteville to start the race against- twice-beaten Arkansas. Texas A. and M. srill get 11s baptism in conference play acainst Texas Christian at Fort Worth. Baylor and TCU are undefeated in conference battle, each having brat Arkansas Baylor did It, 9-7, last week. TCU U|ifct While the conference smiled over SMU's up-sel of Notre Dame, landed Texas' win over Oklahoma and exulted over Hice winning its first game of the season; there was n real upxse! in lalk about Texas Christian took a 33-19 Hiking from Texas Tech of the Border Conference last week. It shocked everybody and probably was n major surprise even to Texas Tech. Thus the R.imc Davlor plavs ihis week with Tech has taken on slat- urn. The Raiders and Dears get to- getber at Waco. Texas A. and M., Texas ntu! Baylor are undefeated. A. and M. he- came Hie season's highest scoring learn when it beat Trinity of the Gulf Coast Conference S3-U Saturday nishf. The Acgies liave rolled up 108 points in four games. year. BiKharn, a 23-yrar-old senior from Kansas Cil.y. K-as. shot even par for the first nine holes hut gradually willed under Slrannhan's consistent drives and preen shots. DiL'ham won his way into the final* hy upsetting national amateur n Bi illy Maxwell of Odessa Pete Fleming Wins RPRFNGFJEI-p. Mn., Oct. 15. <APi —ra.vion ipeio Flcmine shoi a (M--nmi> under par—on his final round to bent out Marty Pnrgol for _.„,.„ , h Die Ozark Open Golf Tournament " >OrC lha " litle yesterday. Fleming had n 54-hole total of 205. Furcol. of Lemont, 111., had 206. The famed Greek physician, Hipporratcs. "Palhrr of Medicine." used a leatlirr-solnd boot in treatment of cluh-foot in 350 B.C. Rucl Won't Talk Of Detroit Rumor CLEVELAND, Oct. 15. <AP) — Miirirty Ruel, who resigned os head of [lie Cleveland Indians farm sys- loin. would neither confirm not deny rrports today that he had been offered a post with the Detroit Tigers. Rucl—whose real name la Herold Dominic Ruel—announced his res- ignnlLim officially last niphl, M- 1 hough it had been rumored for week. The former catcher .said he expected "to hiive an announcement within Ihe next few weeks," but added he wiw "not at liberty to say any more now." Sports Roundup By HUGH FU1.LERTON, JR. i ttV '-. ' /•. a^..- 7**-^—V\ * f j |^?. > *'.- _•/ •"* 1." s^£9te*^^&&^**9fefr>-J*' '—& . '\\ v OtA^H*.,l S Jfe ^» v> 4 * .V^':.? THE CHASE—Action reached a (eve. pitch when the American and Scottish women's field hockev learns met in Philadelphia ,n international competition. Hilda Anderson, second (rom right Sore, a goal for Ihe Americans as Margaret Gibson, left, and Mollie Welsh Mackay, right attemnt to inter cept. Eleanor Pepper runs interference for her scoring teammate. (NEA> By HUGH KUMJERTON, Jr. NEW YOKK, Oct. IS. I/PI — A Phone call (rom Joey Goldstein, who puts on hU U?n gallon hat and Texa.i drawl when the rodeo hits the Garden, gave the lowdown on Mine of this college recriiitln' busi- ne.w. . . . "Ah heard about this when Ah heard this boy Bill Hall talkin' lo one of our gals, Ann Miller," joey explained. "He was try-. In' to persuade her not to go to i Stephens Junior College but to go j to Texas. He said he'd get her on ' the rodeo team and she could pick any sorority she wanted." . . . Bill Hall, 21 years old, from Omaha, Texas, is working his way through i college by "rodeoing" and he earned about 46.000 that way last year. . . . But apparently there's no after scorir , K [ive , jmC5 in , witd 42 . 35 ^^ caWorni in tact., a survey of 37 major colleg, games Scoring Was Plentiful in Last Weekend's Grid Upset Derby good offense is the best defense, but thought of professionalism in that -sport because Bill is captain of the rodeo team at the University of and he reports the collegiate -^...»> ..^..! in, n.[j^i 1^1 me UUILC^|I^I.C T> LJCII Ail trie [IgUTeS Were < cowboys and cowgirls have to pay i ed. It was hard to see »-ho their own expenses for all competi- 1 lead the parade in the Associated lions. . . . That's one reason why | Press' weekly poll of the nation's top Plall dropped out of school for a ', ten teams. term to ride a few brahma bulls in j Michigan State, ranked first last the profitable New York and Bos- w-eek just ahead of California, like ten rodeos. ... As [urlher proof ..... that they "play students" on the Bill maintains a "B" By RIP WATSON NEW YORK. Oct. 15. (AP>—Football coaches used to say that a lhat old saw doesn't seem to cut much wood in 1051 college football. live major college teams scored three touchdowns and still lost Saturday. Washington State even lost ' scoring live times in a witd 42-35 scramble won by California, In tact, a survey of 37 major games showed a majority of the losing teams scored at least two touchdowns. Only three of the ended in shutouts for the losers. When all the figures were compil-^ :ould ! Poppies were associated with [he battlefields of Europe hundreds of years before World War I. Police Search For Missing Cage Player BALTIMORE. Dot. IS. (AP'i Maryland State Police Font out „ 14-state tracer toci.iy for Don Barksdale. \veF.t roast basketball star u ho ' was scheduled to report to the B^- timore BuilcLs nl tho Naiional Basketball Association last wcrk. The 6-fcot-6 Negro athlete, lured - .. from A.A.U. ranlcs \vith a combined Ir °P came last Saturday m;ht. basketball - radio-television contract' Ttlev snrkcd N'ortbranlrrn Okia- College of Ozarks Looms as New Contender for Title in AIC Race »y CAKI. .. I.ITLE ROCK, Oct. 15. ,,!',- Hold thfi deal! There's a ne«, totally unexpected hand reachinc into the pqt that c/iijfains Die IflM Arkansas Intrrcollcciale Conference football championships— and nist as it had appro IT d thai next nicht's Southern Srntr-Hrncicrsrm came would seltle ! he titln dispule. Mo. Thr College of Ihe CVarkr, Mountaineers, complrlelv overlooked in the pi-e-sea'on forcca•.;,•-. projected themselves into the thick of the :-onfercncr fiaht by wnnnnc .1 non- peefrd it (o be. Henderson \vill have It Ozarks ne\l week, niiri Southern Stale sets tosetbcr vvilh the Moun- laincers later in Ihe carnpaiRn. Smithern .state had an open date las! week o/ark.s has one ims week, Which mean.-, thai Hrndrrson's he.xt two foes mil have had two weeks to en ready for and effort lo dethrone the Noddies. ,'I'he winners' Ken Carter scored two meet touchdowns and booted a field goal. "" Richard Woit returned the open- ins kickofr 90 yards for n touch- jdown lo start Arkansas Stale on ills way lo a 35-13 triumph over Alabama State Teachers of Florence. pre- that makes him the highest iirnri hfunn State—a tc nthlete in local s-uorto history, left nnusly h.iri beaten dtlenriiiic ch'am- San Francisco last week end by nil- pion Hciicirr.-'oii by ihe quite jm- nn pirssive st-oie of 27-7 l.omne Quails, the supn.v-rrtlv undermanned Moimuinrrrs' srcat fullback. He expected to arrive here later than last Thursday. Eddie Leonard of the Bullets. ; "We Iho'iGht maybe ters had delayed his start bnt fBarksdale'sl foH: us long distance a _____ not contacted them." Leonard said msi! al;o has arriving for Barksdaie and " getlinj: worried." Althoiiah the fieine i-o( nounced. Bark.'dsles salary thouzht to be in the of 520,000 a year. mat- ron fnr ollr toiirhrimMi. a n ri kii'krri passed for hree extra Arkansas Tech helped make it n ' perfect nl B hl tor the AIC against i ... i outsiders by upsetting Central Okla- ! iim.u'fc Kiu.h Grunmelt ficured i home Stale. 25-20 Bobbv Armllaee >,.h llciidmoii touchdouns | ^^ tfl C(wk ^ ^ ^ ,i-,i.u-t i^rhn-5. HP pluncod four i lej; Rnd ., r0rc anothcr himself on a tiuaricrback sneak. Mo5t of Ihe attontinn \vill he focused on Henderson and Southern at M.ipnolia (his week, but r^,, i T-, , j i two °*'her conference game.-; air •j,. t i"? Anricr ' on ^ ns5rrf Ior ! Programmed. Arkansas A. & M. and ,h.rc ro.jchdnuns n., Arkansas A.i Lm i c Rock will Uncle at, Pino A: M. humbled hillc Hondrix, 39 to Bluff anrt Arkansas Tech will be in •ynn!^ !or nne and started the other M-onns: play by himbling at the TriKhrrs Inc. Tlip hall rolled Inln the oi'.d ronr and Bill Groce teli , on i 1 for the score. rodeo team. average in the school of business administration and is planning to enter law school. . . . "The most fun Ah set-." says Bill (the quote was relayed In the, inimitable Gold-stein tirawh, "is gct-tin' those big football players iip on the bulls and broncs and provin' they're not so tough/' Unanswered Question Thft University of Virginia far- ully Is demanding; full control of athlPtlcs— along with a demand ftir "Jess professional" team* — that the U. of Nebraska prnfs want rfe-emphasis. and at William and Mary the faculty is squawking because It wasn't consulted In naming a new callfge president as the aftermath of an athletic mess. . . . Only thing we want tn know is whether the profs wnnlcl put the football coach anil athletic director in charge of the department of romance lan- giiaitrs or chemistry. . . . Scorns like U would he an even trade. Monday Matinee • Jimmy Crowley. Ihe old Notre Dame "horseman" who aged more as All America Conference commissioner, is keeping his hand in football conrhin? by handling the Ithaca 1N.Y.) Elks team in a small fry league. , . . Jackie Kno.x, the. Citadel footballer, is a son of Jack, the Nashville Banner cartoonist. So far nobody has tabbed Jackie as a "picture pJayer." . . . Bill Cane, promoter of the Hamblctonian, has won the trotting horse classic three times in i(« 25-year history. Now Joe Neville, who puts on the little brown jug for pacers, is aiming- at Cane's record. Neville bid in two well-bred pacing colls, both eligible for the Jug, at the recent Lexington. Ky., sales. . . . Most readable football history this dent, has come acros.*; in some time is'"The Story of Yale Football" by Tim Cohane. Dnls All. Brothers Alex Giampietro of Lafayette High School in Brooklyn, opened the local season last week by scoring seven touchdowns against. Peddle. He only weighs 164 pounds now but, likely will add n lot of weight this winter eating nt the expense of various colleges- . . - L*e Murdoch, Colgate tackle, sold a prize cow for S2.COO to pay his college ex- j penses. Would you say he's t h e cream of the crop? , California had a tough time in what ' figured to be an easy gfmie and barely got past Marquette, 20-H. The powerful Spartans, apparently suffering a letdown from the'ir bis game with Ohio State a week previous, trailed 14-6 In the fourth per- i te iod. but managed" to score twice. | tor beefing and Dizzy Football Doings — Near-Sighted Tackle, Pigskin With Raincoat Top Week's List - . ..- passing of quarterback At Dorow. The No. 3 and 4 teams. Tennessee and Texas A4.-M, romped to easy wins, and Notre Dame. No. 5. was upset by Southern Methodist. 27-20. Since most of the second five turned In strong wins, it's probable the standings will be greatly shuffled when all the yolcs are in this week. Texas. No. B. edged Oklahoma. 9-7, breaking a three-year Sooner streak over the Longhorns; Illinois, No. 7. toyed with Syracuse. 41-20; Georgia Tech, No. 8. whipped Louisiana State, 25-7 and Maryland. No. 10. crushed Georgia. 43-7. Ohio State. No. 8, had its second disappointing Saturday in a row and was happy to come o(I with a 6-6 tie against Wisconsin. SWC Wins Most Glory Much of the high-scoring- high; to jinks came in the intcrsectional j victory games, possible because of the difficulties colleges have scouting teams from hundreds of miles away. Alabama, like Notre Dame and Syracuse, scored three times only to lose to Villanova, 41-18. on Friday By WIi.T. GKIMS1.EY NEW YORK. Oct. 15. <AP)—A near-sighted tackle who can't tell posts from a field judge, a coach who got penalized 12 yards new pigskin that wears a raincoat were just a few of the odd items that came out today in Monday's football wash: The tackle Is Bill Tnrnbeaugh, 225-pound Auburn forward wh u v.iuunums H m wane nil with 17 wears thick-lens spectacles off the I of 32 in beating Mississippi, 34-20. to upset. Notre Dame. 27-20. Vanderbilfs Bill Wade hit with 17 field . Turnbeaugh says he uses the "feel 'em. hear 'em and grab •em." system In tackling and on fumbles: "I saw a blur, it wiggled, and wasn't in an Auburn uniform, so I jumped on it. . The big boy from Tucumcar:. N'.M.. Is doing ail Others managed all right with their feet. . . C. O. Brocato had never kicked a college field goal in his life but when he was called in to do it for Baylor against Arkansas he delivered and it was the mar- sin of Baylor's 9-7 victory. right because Auburn has won three. I Leonard booted a big one for 1 1 ,,, in a row . . The coach Is Dr. Ed- State lo help beat Nebraska 15-7 die Anderson of Holy Cross, whose The gentlest football is not. plavcd in the ivy league. . . Princeton and may have cost him a . football pame Leading Tiilane " ; vhi <* ° Slnf ^ ^ A^s" <^y '^t for the year. . . As .ougli as Te '"«»«- A1 «f»™ "><** > i lat Hgured in°0 14 I B " y B 20 " U evcr sa ' v ' • • Bul Eddle Corwder, _ j Oklahoma quarterback, went them one better at Dallas where he ram- The rubber football turned up at j rned into the goal posts and knock- Atlanta in the Georgia Tech-LSU i cd the uprights down. . But back 2 Bouts Booked On Legion Card an- Seaford Best Archer LITTLE ROCK. Oct. IS f\Pi- Franklin Sralord of LH>!r Rork posted a score of 110 to win thr Arkansas field archery tournament here yesterday. He shot, 28 broadhrad arrows a; 56 target* to win the tille. - ... nf the di'.lrr off Heiulc r;on'.- important H-7 ronqiio.-L of ..\rkayi.-'i=' State rinc lj;e liter's HT,ii,-^nn'5 St.iic. which i 'lie Moun- u ; terl deti'at "us thr all- lib rrvrrs cx- :'nbor!ioud like the lainoc-rs — lit! Ihr : In Mic onh nther cnnference en- casciv.ent. I,:;;le Rm-k Junior College handed hapless Ouachita its fifth siiellackinc of the season and its fourth in league play. 43-19. Double main event wrestling returns to Memorial Auditorium teat teachers. " inieht with iwo top notch matches .noosed on the American Legion's In non-conference action, Kend-'card. rix will fnierlain Bethel. Arkansas In'the first bout, a pair of women State will be at Alabama Stole of Igrapplers. Terry Majors and Carol! rroy and Ouachila at Northcait Carota via swap holds, in the sec- I.ouis.ana Slate. otirt bout Roy Welch and Eddie night. The Southwest came off with most of the glory in the jntersectiona] competition on victories by Southern Methodist. Texas nnd Rice. 21-14 winner over Navy. The far west also scored with College of the Pacific's 21-7 beating of Clemson But the midwest and south both had lo be conlent with two wins and two losses. The east won two and lost, four, while the Big Seven won and lost two and the Skyline lost one. Besides Ihe interactional games already mentioned. Tulane checked Holy Cross' vaunted offense to win 20-14; Iowa walloped Pitt, 34-17: Penn State surprised Nebraska, 157; Kansas downed Utah, 26-7 and Miami (Fla.) upset of the day came late Saturday night when little. Texas Tech completed a 33-19 thumping of the Southwest Conference's Te.xas Christian. A Southern Conference surprise was William and Mary's 7-6 win over Wake Forest while the same circuit had expected Duke to win by more than 27-21 against North Carolina State. Malone. a pair of male heavyweights, will grapple. Both bouts will be. two of three falls with the women's match being for one hour and the men's bont having , time limit of 90 mlnules. The first macth is scheduled for 8 p.m. FaMirUr. r.amrs . Since Ihe introduction nf bridse no game until canasta has challenged bridge's supremacy ns America's lavoritc focial ra.d cnmc according lo the Encyclopedia Brii- > BJmlca. i FOR SALE Concrete ciilvcru, lz |nrh lo 4S inch, plain nr rccnfnrccd. Also Concrcle linil.lins Illorkj cheaper than lumber for barm, chicken honsci. pump hnusrj tenant houses, lool Mirdi. We dcliier. Call ii for fre« culnulc. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. fhnne fi«l BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 15 8 p.m. Extra Special Miss Carol Carota Adults 50c—Children 15c Miss Terry Majors One Hour Time Umil, Hcsl 2 nut of 3 Kails for Reserved Seals. Call 33S9 SECOND MATCH Eddie Malont Roy Welch 51 Minute Time Limit. B"l 'i out of 3 Falls CALL 3541 when yon want used auln parls. Our old firm name "Blylhcville Used A ulo Paris" has hern dropped— it's now part of Automotive Supply Cn. When you want parls. call Automotive Supply Co. . . . 3541. Automotive Supply Co. 314 North Broadway game strictly as an experiment Darrell Crawford of Tech liked it. . He completed 10 o[ 15 passes. Others didn't, but everybody agreed it bounced funny just like the rest. . "Good for rainy weather," said the officials. Some of the week-end's outstanding deeds wilh the oblique spheroid were contributed by boys who know how to get rid of it fast. . . Southern Methodist's Fred Benners completed 22 of 44 passes for 326 yards to Ihe aerial part of Ihe Mport-. it wasn't difficult to find where the most passes were thrown over rhe week-end. . . That was at Athens. Ohio, where the Pi Beta Phi Sorority shapelies played tlieir,annual Powder Bowl game. . . The only thing smeared was lipstick. 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