The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1949 · Page 6
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/ PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLR (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS Chick-Zebra Game To Get Early Start; Rain Cancels Drills Coach Russell Mpsley yesterday announced that the Blythcville-Pinc Bluff game scheduled for Friday night will start 30 minutes earlier, at 7:30, due to the National Cotton Picking Contest festivities that will follow the game. Coach Mosley said that the time* ,— change was made following receipt of approval from Coach George Terry of .Pint Bluff and OH the request of the Blythevllle. Junior Chamber of Commerce, spon.sors of the National Cotton Picking Contest. The time change was asked so that the game wohld be completed in plenty of time for the annual Cotton Ball which will climax con test festivities. The new starting time will effect game only, Coach Mosley said, and ail remain- Ing home games will start at 8 o'clock. Rain drove both the Chicks and the Paps inside yesterday as they readied for their, big games this week. The' Paps are slated to meet the strong Snowden Junior Hlght the strong Snotvden 'Junior High at 8 o'clock on Haley Field. .With their regular practices cancelled because of inclement H \veather, the chicks and Paps witnessed skull sessions .in the Haley Field gym and discussed the weaknesses brought out in games of last week- Weather permitting both the Chicks and- pops are; slated to return to hard practice this afternoon, The loss of a day's work yesterday seriously hurt both teams. The players are In need o( blocking and tackling drills. The Paps, however, were hurt worse than the Chicks *s they have only one day left in which to get ready for their game Thursday night. The Chicks will have two. . Denton Wins Country Club Golf Tourney Bill Joe Dentoh of Wilson Is the Blytheville Country club's new goll champion. He won the title Sunday by defeating Dr. James C. Guarc * and 5 in the finals of the championship flight of the club's annual members.hip tourney. : , : t '' Denton closed but Guard on the .Slst hole of their scheduled 36- hole final match. It was pen ton's putting that was the deciding factor. The Wilson amateur one-putted 15 holes while three-putting only one. ,The victory ga\e'Dcnton his first club title He ^replaces Roland (Skeeter) Bfshop as the. new club king. Bishop was eliminated In semi-final play of the tourney by Dr. Guard. In other tourney, matches played Sunday James Terry won tlie first flight by downing George Hubbard and Bill AfJlick. copped second flight honors by defeating Hubert Seymour. : Dutch Meyer Will Protest Porker Game By Kuhel Released Nats; Griffith Hunting for Pilot WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. M>)_T!|-! eighth place Washington Senators of 1949 today-were shopping for a new manager to pilot their 1950 baseball team In the Ameican League. "The book is open," said club pesident Clark Griffith after announcing the release of Joe Kuhel ' as manager last night. With the final standings for the "49 sea'son showing the Senators 47 games behind the American League Yankees, Griffith said he had to let Kuhel go. "It's just baseball." Griffith said. "I found no fault with Joe's managing. Tt was just the breaks that mined Joe. JOE'S a fine boy and in the two years with us things just didn't break for him. It's time for the Senators to try something different." Kuhel came to the Senators as manager in 1947. Kuhel spent 17 years in the big leagues as an active player. He came to the Senators In 1930 from Kansas City and remained here until 1938 when he w s traded to tlie Chicago While Sox. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today i fern *tunr, with Marguerite Ch»pm>n anil Waller Brcnnan Warner News ,t Cartoon Wednesday & Thursday-' "THE SET-UP" wllh Ko!(orl R.rnn »iirl Audrtj Toller News is- Cartoon FORT WORTH, Tex., Oct. 4. IJT] —Fiery Dutch Meyer, coach of Texas Christian, blasted at ArkansRS today for what he termed "Jlngrant violations of tlie rules." He charged his team was "butchered" in Arkansas' 27-7 victory last Saturday B nd added "the next time we play these guys we'll have to come out with our dukes up. We'll have to defend ourselves." Meanwhile, Coach John Barnhlll ol Arkansas called on a neutral committee from the Southwest Con' game" '° St ' 1Cly plc " !ms o! tlic ."}Y, C .. "' avcti aggressive, rough Meyer said he wns protesting to James H. stewarl. executive stcrc- tary ortbc Southwest Conference The Texas Christian coach sh ow- * ctarhnr clariug ... Ac. • not supposed to speak o spea of these things publicly, and I've refrained lor the past three year, But now I'm airing the works" ' Meyer charged that Arkansas' rough tactics had been evidenced The T.O.U. mentor's Must rose over an assortment of injuries reported by his squad. Included was a broken Jaw for Orel,, Browning Horned Prog line-backer. Meyer Mid tackle Wcldon Edwards «l™ had suffered a broken Jaw at p etteville in 1947. . y "I've been watching football for "long, long time, but IV 6 never seen anything ns flagrant as this " Meyer said. "They may run me out of the Southwest Conference but I m not going to let them butcher my kids and do nothing about it," Haif' 'Meat- Keeps Cat Frisky for 20 Years SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — (,TV- Is your cat listless, grouchy, bored i\ i in 11 ic? TUESDAY, OCTOBER '4, 1949 :» 5 ?,' you mlght itty the diet Daniel Jour A. Saltier . er feeds , his pet, Sattlcr's <pt '.joined his- family as a kitten. That' was 20 years ago. And she has amazed the family be remaining frisky despite her old age. The venerable feline, a cenlarian by huamn standards, -never comes into the house," Catller says. ''She's lestless, almost wild. Spends' most or her time roaming In the neighborhood looking for excitement " Saltier thinks maybe the rugged diet she gets might explain her spryness and longevity. He feeds her regularly: raw beef, raw fish, w- liver, cottage cheese mid occasionally floats an egg . or two In her milk bowl. Ray Clements, Canny Win Tag Match Decision William (Wild Bill) Canny took 'ils first step toward getting revenge for Ills head shearing' of •hroe weeks ago last night as he nnd his partner fiay Clements took rough lac match verdict over Tex niley and Jack Moody In the naln event of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium. Canny nnd Clements Rained the lecislon by sweeping two straight "alls of the match which was inar- •cd by wild free-for-alls and an abundance of under-hand Indies. However, Clements, living up lo lis advance billing as being one )f the toughest heavyweights In he Southwest, furnished the punch hat netted he and Canny the vlc- ory. Clements rallied after Canny »nd Moody had been eliminated to lefeat RilDy lo gain the decision. Canny and Clements won the Irst fall in 15 minutes with body smothers. Clements defeated Riley ffl minutes after n brutal fistic Kolng over topped off by a body mother. Canny took care of Moody ive minutes later In the same manic r. The second fall was the wildest if the night and lasted for 30 min- itcs with Canny and Clements the 'ictors. Canny started il off by dc- enllng Moody In 20 minutes with ^ crab hold but then was defeated ninsclf by Riley in one minutes vith kangaroo kicks nml n body >ln. This left only Riley and Clements to decide the fall ami Clc- iients' brawn outlasted Rile.v's brains and he won In nine minutes with a crab hold. In tlie two one-fall preliminary bouts Moody defeated Clements hi 15 minutes with a Dtraniiler Lewis heaiilock and Hiley won over Canny In 15 minutes with kangaroo kicks and a body pin. Bachelor Brothers Die In Farmhouse Blaze The brink or Niagara Palls recedes at a rate of about 2V- (cet each year. _—-.-.-. Mo., Oct. 4. CAP) —KrteuTs nnd relatives made fim- erol arrangements today for two bachelor brothers who were burned to death In a fire that destroyer! their farm home 25 miles west of here early yesterday. The victims were Clay Barnes. CB, and Carter. 65. Their bodies were found in the smouldering ruins. Cause of the blaze was not determined. —Courier Nins I'linto Ki:iSi:il'S 1913 GIllDMKKS—Pictured above are Coach Bill -Bell's \ LA r ., u . D 1349 Keiser yellow Jackets who play host to the Luxoia Panthers in a fAcf " art "Y Mints Return District Three Class B contest Friday. The Yellow Jackets will be alter their first win of Ihe season having dropped tlieir first four outings, Squad members are: from row (left lo right)— J. T. Music, John Gilliam, Arthur Bullion, Richard Childs, Ralph Hall, Murray Godwin, Kelly Mason and John Felts. Second row— Jim McKay, James Smith, Kent Paulson, Ira Ashley, Wayne Oatfnll. John Bi'a/.cal. Joe Travis Anderson and BUI Mason. Third row— Wesley Paramore Kay Bradford. Rodney McLean, Douglas White, Travis Noble, Martin Felts, Frank Densmore and BUI Harrington. . ° Next Year Chicks Have Won Over Zebras Only Twice in Two Teams 10 Meetings Michigan Again Newcombe Near Voted as NaHon's No, 1 Grid Team NEW YORK, Oct. 4-(/p(—Michigan once more is the nation's best' eollese football team, in the opinion of Die experts who voted today In the first Associated Press poll of 1949. The results returned the Wolverines lo Hie .same position they held when the 1943 season closed. As a matter of fact, the top ten teams produced b.v the Initial cud Cinch as Brooks 1 Series Starter NEW YORK, Oct. 4— (iP>— Don Newcombe and Allio Reynolds emerge as the probable pitchers for tomorrow's Brooklyn-New York Yankee world series opener after a mind reading session with the opposing managers. Bint Shotton, elderly keeper of the Brooks, says "you'll know tomorrow about the rjorfacrs' starter f at the Yankee Stadium. Casey i BOSTON. Oct. 4. (AP)-Joe McCarthy dropped broad hints that he intends to stay as manager of the Red 8:x. Loyalty of the Boston fans touched McCarthy as more than 2.000 roasters greeted the beaten Sox'on tlie team's return fj-om New York Sunday night. • "Well, I came back," said Joe "i could have stayed In Wew York but I figured there might be somebody who'd want to see me and I came If the Chicks should defeat the Pine Bluff Zebras Friday 'night, it will be only the third time that a Biylhevllte team has defeated a Zebra eleven in the 11 years that the two school shave been meeting on the gridiron. That's according to the record. According lo the Courier News file, Blytheville and Pine Bluff began Ihelr football relations in 1038 when Joe Dildy was chleflng the Chicks and Allan Dwiaway was big horse of the Zebras. And In" all those years Ihe Striped Mules have walked away victorious eight limes with the Chicks winning two and one game (last year's) resulting in a draw. The Zebras won the first meeting between the two teams' by a narrow 7-6 margin. 'Dial game was played In Pine Bluff and the deciding play was a Blythcville one. The Chicks' quarterback became confused on the referee's report of downs and yards lo go. ran Ihe ball on fourth down Ihlnklng that only one yard was needed for n first down when actually it ivas fourth and eleven. Chirks Won First in 1940 Tlie following year the Zebras came to Blythcville and walked off with a 12-0 decision but Ihe next year, 1940, the Chicks won the decision 14-13. Tlie Chicks' only. other victory over a Pine Blnft team was in 1947 when Coach Nig Bynum's Tribe back." A spori-swriter asked "How about next year, are you coining back " "If you want me back," replied Joe, "you write it." saddled Ihe Zebras 12-7 in a home showing. Then last year Coach Russell Moslny took the Tribe to Pina Bluff and the two learns battled to a 7-7 draw. The most points scored In any of Ihe games was In 1944 and one team did all the scoring. That year the Zebras ran roughshod over the Chickasaws for a 58-0 decision In Pine Bluff. All the other years the scores were relatively close. The ycar-by-year record follows: Year 1038 1039 1040 1941 1942 ' 1913 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 B'vllle fi 0 14 19 7 0 •0 6 12 12 7 f. Bluff 7 12 13 20 12 . 20 58 20 ?'<> Sale of Bonds Okayed WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. Arkansas Power and Light Company was authorized by. the Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday to sell $7.700.000 worth of :ui- year first mortgage bonds to I,- nance new construction. Unusual Gifts Distinctive Curtains See Them at the Linen & Curtain Shop ">a So. First Phone 815 champions bc.ongcd tinier c' on top again, fifth in 1018 drew No. 3 position! al though it collected 17 first place votes to 15 for Notre Dame The ' Irish hart plenty of support for second and third. On the basis of ten points lor a , , . i As for , lhc Yanks, it's strictly a | F 1llc f s ;. lhc °" ly sl "' c bnt is ' that fireman Joe pngc will be slrid- j j ins in from the right field bullpen Surprisingly enough. Michigan barely srmceked pa.s Michigan State, 7-3, in Its opener hut whipped Stan- , ford. 27-7. las week. Notre Dame lias beaten Indiana. 49-0, and Texas A. nnd M., 33-13. | The 10 top teams picked in the poll were: <1) Michigan. (2\ Notre! Ujinc. (3)'Oklahoma. (4) Tulaiic.' '5) Minnesota (6) North Carolina Boston Red Sox Saturday before Pa?e took over, Is ready. Tonnuv Byrne. (15-7) the unpredictable southpaw who usually is very aood or very bid. is a possibility. Despite his wil'incss. Stengel has handed many key games to Tommy. Ed l.opat 'IB-lot misht eel the from Stenecl. However, the ... ..*... .*.-.,vvi,i ,uy nuiui v>:uuill]<l ..t...,.!., • i,iv j . n> Army (8) Southern California y "B hth:i " tler was belted out ' Southern Methodist (10) Call-1 '.".' '™ e im ""S s b y the Philadelphia lorna. "Living Sculpture A "living" stone monument Is ono carved from rock which Is in the place it has occupied from time immemorial. The Rushmbrc Memorial, in the Black Hills of SoutJi Dakota, Is such a piece of scripture. The adds, which now are close to ? to 1 In favor of the yanks appear out of line. It's not such a lopsided thing, as that, although the pirk here is the Yankees in six games. Galileo constructed his first telescope in 1600. The t.ooliful o»yi;., N etf York,, wlfc ' fo.W Dn'»« ... H ' / CffYSLER When others cough and quit ... . Chrysler doesn't even splutter. Storm-damp-high.waler-can'l faze it! Throw a bucket of wale vou r |h7v« g ' ne ^V 011 Can '' St ° P "' ° nce a ^n Chrysler bring" you the year's most needed engineering feat. The first an d only h« e «l ,„ • they add up to the sweetest dnvmg. best riding Chrysler ever built for von Visi? y^rnearbyCruyslerdealerforaneye.openingo'emc.ns r tiontoday T. i. SEAY MOTOR COMPANY - 121 E. Main Street A Strong Supporter of Blythevilie READY MIX CONCRETE Yes, (he support offered by READY-MIX CONCRETE is Really slrong! For, as Blytheville has continued to grow every year in the last decade, new uses have been found for this excellent building material. In commercial and industrial buildings and in homes READY-MIX CONCRETE has proved itseif time and time agitin ID be superior. Quality, durability, case of use, speed and performance are some of the many advantages of this concrete. So on (his, the 10th Anniversary of the National Col (on i'itking Contest, we congratulate the JayCees on the excellent way in which (bey lun'e publicized growing, prospering Blytheville and Mississippi County. HUGHES & CO. CONTRACTORS

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