The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1951 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 18, 1951
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 5 Tilts Tonight Get County Full Grid Menu Underway Burdette and Luxora Clash On Osceola's Hale Field Football will have a Itiisy weekend in Mississippi County this week \villi every team in the county scheduled to sec action. Action starts lonighl willi five RBIWS, three junior and Hvo senior, slated to be reeled off. Tcmor- ro\v night three high school games ore on schedule. Righliehling tonight's action will he Burdetlc's tiff with Luxora on Osceoln's Hate Field. Tlie Pirates of Burdette, victorious In fh-c out of six games this year, will be out to revciiRC (lie 13-13 tic with Coach Tye Adams' Panthers in an earlier meeting this ftill. Tliflt game, also played ill Osceola, was fl wild nffalr sparked by the heated rivalry between the two schools. In other action tonight, lilythe- vlllc's B team is slated to play Memphis' South Side's n squad at lilytheville wJth the Dlyltievllle Juniors Journeying u> Newport. Osceola's juniors are scheduled to play Paragould In Paragould to night with the Shawnce Juniors meeting Ketser at Kelstr. Tomorrow night' Blythevllle's Chicks play at home meeting Whltehaven, Tenn., In the county's game of the week. Osceola's Semlnolcs travel to Corning and Conch Dukie Speck's tribe Is a licnvy favorite to conquer Hie Clay CouiHIans. In tomorrow night's other game, Wilson's Bulldogs take on the Kci- ser.YellowJackets al KeLier a.i they try (or their fifth win of Ihe season Mathias 'Just a Football Player' at Stanford PALO /INTO. C.llif.. Oct. IS. Hit —In the eyes of the rest of Ihe world he is one of the great nil around track and field athletes of history but in. his boylsh-npiienrlng Stanford football conch, Bob Manilas is simply n corking gridiron prospect. Chuck Taylor, at 31. Is the youngest mentor in the Pacific Const Conference. Mnlhlns. ul 20. is Ihe Olympic and U. S. decathlon champion and his country's best bet lo repeat at Helsinki, Finland, next year. Big Bob is playing college football for (lie first time, although he Is a Junior at Stanford. The sport isn't new to him, however. He was B backficld star in hi»h school nt Tulare where tic is the pride and Joy ol that bustling interior California city. Taylor and Mathlas. Incldcniallv. j arc carving out their present football careers together. It Is the former's first head coaching Job anil i the accolades already are flying In the direction of Hie stocky red | head. Taylor's team is undefeated, with four wins and n swell outlook. Taylor was an A 11-America guard at Stanford in 1912. Mathias, meanwhile, has shown promise as a luture great at the fullback position.- lie had n hand and 200 pounds of running ability I the 21-7 victory over favored UCI,A last week. Bob scored two of the touchdowns and helped set up another one witli a 27-yard run. Honorary Legislatur'ePage INDIANAPOLIS (API—A Kokomo High School senior from the Western /one of Germany served as an honorary page at a recent session of the Indiana legislature, Erich Mueller. 17-year-old son of a German dentist, was brought to the U.S. last moiitli on a scholarship awarded uy the American Field Service a volunteer organization. Mueller was introduced on fae House floor by Hep. Earl M. Utterback of Kokomo. —AP Wircplioto FIVK HUSKY BABIES-Si.x.-months-oM Alison Blake reaches lo stroke fur cf her slx-wecks-old Siberian Husky at Monmoulh center. Me. T))D baby never tires of frolicking with her furry playmates ^-™""' ""' *"" Mls '' F ' Pnlll P ""»«• »« =1"' dog" racing Ruel to Direct Tigers' Farms Indians' Coach Joins Detroit's Staff to Replace Ray Kennedy DErnoiT, Oct. 18. i/l')— Herald (Muddy) riuel,. a shrewd baseball veteran, will take over the task of finding young players to replace jfnB Detroit Tiger stars. The one-time major league catcher, coach, manager and assistant to 'aimer baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler, yesterday was named farm director of the Detroit Bnse- J.lll Club. He replaces Ray Kennedy, who announced Tuesday that he had jecn "fired." Ruel quit only last Sunday as farm director of the Cleveland Indians. There were reports then thai he would come to Detroit. The announcement of his ap- Krintment, however, was made yes- erday by Tiger Central Manager -harles Gehringcr. The Tigers, with one o[ the oldest ;e.-uns in the American League, Inlshed in fifth place in the loop his year, after being a close second n 1950. The team had an average age of 31. Ruel broke into the major leagues n 1515 with the St. Louis Browns md later caught for New York, Joslon, Washington. Chicago and Jetrolt in the American League. He was with the Tigers In 1931-32, and finished active piny with Chicago in ID.'U. Ruel managed the Browns Jn 1947. Singapore Area Enjoys Booming Business SINGAPORE W— Business 15 really booming and soaring to new all-time records in Singapore and the Federation of Malayas. E. M. P. Pcrgusson. chairman of the Singapore chamber of commerce, announced Malayan trade figures for the first half of 1851 amounted to ?1.0T6,500,000 (U.Sj. The total for all 1950 was $2,282,000,000. Ferguson said the figures reflected the rapid inflation of demand and prices initiated by the war In Korea. 1I1E1H TEAM NUMBER ONB-Pive. of Pajjpy Waldorf's top hands, taking a breather between classes at Berkeley, Calif., look over statistics on the WSO game which California won, 42-to-35 last week and which earned them top spot In the weekly AP team poll, Seated d-r) are Richtcr guard, and Johnny OlsMwsk!, hard socking fullback. Looking over Richter's shoulders are U-r, Church Harris, center; Bill Mais, the Bear's sparkljng quarterback, and Johnny Peterson, halftack.-(AP wircphoto) Statistically, Kentucky Better than Opposition LEXINGTON. Ky. Oct. 18. (API-Kentucky's spotty' football record this seal-on doesn't reflect its strong statistical advantage. The Kentucldans have controlled Ihe ball (or more plays, marie more first downs and total yardage and given up less yards rushing than the 1950 Sufiar Bowl champions over the first five games. The record shows two wins and three losses, though, while n year igo Kentucky was unbeaten ,-uid had yielded only a single touchdown. Rated seventh nationally in the [ire-season Associated Press poll, Kentucky walloped TenneMec Tech 12-13 In a breather and [hen'faded from the national picture with successive losses to Texas, Mississippi ind Georgia Tech. After getting ust four touchdowns in losing a trio by a mere 11 [Mints. Kentucky came back last week to rout deien- sively-minded Mississippi stale 27- This renewed the outlook in the Kentucky camp and Coach Paul Bryant commented: "We're getting a lew things straightened out no\v. We have a lot of tough games left but it is going to take a good team to beat us from now on." Gold Reported in Hills Of Borneo, Chinese Say SINGAPORE m — The Chinese newspaper sin Chew Jit Poh reported there's goid'in North Borneo. It said a miner just returned frcm (here declared "the gold mines are rich." The paper o^ded that since tin production is falling -off in North Malaya Kinta valley miners now are turning their attention to North Borneo. TO CONTACT — The Right People ioi That Job Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYIHHVII I,E COURIER NEWS We Finance AUTO & TRUCK REPAIRS Complete Service on All Makes FREE ESTIMATES = -COME IN TODAY! 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