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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 19, 1951
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1951 — — • . PK1UAY,-.OUTUHKK IS, 1861 Chicks Play Whitehaven at 8 Tonight-Bees Lose to Memphis South Side I nU^tS 1 ! « MM I IA A I** WMftJA M A J ~ ~~ ~ ~~ '—~——— * • •.•„..-._... _ Things Must Be Bad in Porkerland With the Governor Getting in the Act howl for Otis Doughs 1 scalp nflcr the nazorbacks hnndcd TCU victory two \veeks ago we just tnugtirri it off as routine football business In Arkansas but now Governor Sid McMnth has gotten into the net. Governor Sid. an Arkansas nl»m- awhtlt. It's a lot of fun nus, must have become tlrr-d of seeing the Razor!jacks kicked around in Southwest Conference for this week he issued an ultinintvim ordering the Hogs to de-horn the tx>iif;- horns of 'Itxa.s when the two teams get together at Fayettevllle tonior row afternoon. Invading Tigers Favored To Avenge 1950 Defeat Blytheville High School'* chickasaws, sporting • re-vamped of- tenf.e, go after their filth win of the season here tonight when they | take on the powerful Whitehaven, Trnn , Tlgere at Haley Field. Game time Is 8 p.m. + . But the guys that figure the pre-name odds say that the Chicks are going to have a rough way to t f o to get that fourth win. In lact. the Tigers have been established as a favorite to win the The situation regarding the University of Arkansas' foolbuU (mm must be a lot worse than we anticipated. When the wolves bo pan to According to reports out ol west Tennessee, the Tigers are as -strong if nnt a little stronger than they were last year when they played (he Chicks for the first time. And Pigskin I'lrkliiRs lne Chicks, with nn all-state team, Ill.YTEIKYIM.K VS. WIIITKHA- mrmnijred to whip the Tl^er team YEN—After last week's Jet down 1 by only a iv-'o touchdown margaln. the Chicks should be »t a high pilrh ' for tills one. But we're rtfruhi the Tribe coulrln't top the Tigers, who I are rcjKirted as fit rone as yra Now. just what will happen |[j' j( „ ^ nt |ts hl( , n( , sl t , h l, 'TOO the Rnzorbacks refuse to obey the mllcjl S0 phomoritls. Wliltchaven »v gubernatorial command remain. 1 ; to p jxiints be seen but our guess Is that Sid ' nS( , KmA vs (;oltNING _ Nnl much more than a brcc-7e for the Seminolcs. Osceola by four touchdowns, ARKANSAS VS. TEXAS—Wo slill Rut the Chicks are ready for game and are reported in top \vit1 try some of his congressional influence the next tinie. Or he might take n cue from President Harry and try his hand at letter writing ...... Speaking of hnulin^ wolves, iherc was plenty nf moaning after Hie Chirks near loss In merits last week. The 50 yard line quarterbacks raised quite a fuss after the game, but, as usual, they kept well out of earshot of the rnarhlug staff. The gripes were varied but most of the howlers were ill.sgustcil beta us* the Chicks won hy t «nly six points and they had spotlrii 13 or 20. So, that made the Clik-ks a bunch of bums and the coaclirs should run off to Africa and Join up with the pinheaderi pygmies. The column, for one, favors fir- Ing thfc coaches, the lot of 'en;, anil turning the team over to those howlinj hot shots, most of whom never got closer to a gridiron than > 50 -yard line reserved .scat. I.ct 'cm try the coaching game for spirit. They finished a week's work nf preparing for the clash with a li'^ht workout at Haley Field yesterday. Chirks In Cooil Xhajw Coach Buss Mosley, In hopes of .snipping his tribe out of the Lwo- wei'k-old offensive slump, has revamped the Chicks offense with I».V.H».IH/».T »*i. i*,,*.i.-i—^t;Min> new plays and formations that think the Razorbacks arc golna to! looked good In practices. bfnl someone Ilicy're not supposed I The Chicks are expected to be In to nut not even Gora-m.r McMatli's tll( . jr ucst physica | condition since proclamation could get us to pick the Po])lar Bh|(t M , „ them this week. In fact, In our opin-' Ion an net of Congress couldn't stop the Steers, Texas by 13. Othors—Army over Harvard, Pennsylvania over Columbia. Michigan State over Penn State, cornel] over . Ynlc. Ohio State over Indiana, Micli- tRfin over Town. Oklahoma over Kansas, Nebraska over Minnesota, Nnrtli- we.stern over Navy, Wisconsin ovrr Purdue. Tennessee nvcr Alabama, their offensive nee. was running nt full speed this week after being hobbled two weeks by a pulled leg ligament, and should be ready to yo tonight. Tommy Mosley. the Chicks fine- looking sophomore ball Coter and Johnny O'Brien, a starling halfback, both worked at full speed thus week, indicating (hat their a blq Iiillback, nre their backfield Caruthersville Gets 19-7 Win Tiger Rally Tops Charleston; McFadden Scampers 67 Yards CARUTHERSVILI.E, Mo, Oct. 19 —Carilthersvllle's Tigers overcome an tarly Charleston lead and went on to win by a 19-7 ^ore in a football game played at Charleston last night. Charleston surprised the Tigers with a quick touchdown sHree In the opening period to take command of the game. The wore on a beautiful 67-yard run by Mc- Kadrien, Charlp.ston fullback. But the Tigers came to life in the second quarter. Starting from Ihcfr own 40 they drove straight to pay dirt with Cravens crashing over irom one loot out. At halftime Charleston led 1-5. In the third nuarter, Morgan scored Cariithersville's second touchdown to put the Tigers in the lend. He crashed over from five yards out climaxing a drh-e that started back on Cnruthcrsvillc's eight yard line. Clayton kicked the extra iwlnt. Camthersvilte's final touchdown came in the fourth quarter with Christian, California over Southern California, Stanford over Santa Clara. Porkers Out to Snap LonghorrVs Aged Jinx FAYETTEVrLLE. Ark., Oct. 19. (AP)—Will a change of scenery help the Arkansas. Razorbacks snap TcmV football mastery over them? • -— 4 When the two state universities of the Southwest Conference meet here tomorrow. It will bo the first time they have played in Fayctte- villo since 1934. And it will be the first time ever for this game to be reeled off in the present Razorback stadium, which was built in 1938. For the 'rmst 18 years the two have paired off nl Austin, the Lonjr- horns' home corral, or on neutral fields at Little Rock and Memphis. And, for the last 12 of those 10 years. Texas has been the victor. Arkansas last won in this series, Up front, the Tigers boast a big line that Is both fast nnd experienced. Burdette Nips Luxora 13-7 in Osceola Game ^.. ,„ r, j, . Oct. 19-Burdetle's PI- rates came from behind last night es n Little Rock and to whip Huron's Panthers 13-7 in And , lor tne j n ., t , 2 „, College Cage All-Stars Play Pros Tonight CHICAGO. Oct. 10. f AP)—A group of hst year's college basketball players, led by three Big Ten stars, play the Rochester Royals tonight In the Chicago Herald-American's 12th annual all-star game. The All-Stars have won six of the gridiron feud played on Osceoln's Hale Field. The victory revenged an earlier He between the two teams which was the only blemish on the Pirates' record. After a siege of tumbles by both teams, Luxora broke the scoring ice in the game with n -10-yard touchdown drive. Bobby Tatc picked up the score on a 20-yard sweep and Lu'nsiord converted. But the Pirates tied it up in the second period. After a series of fumbles, the Pirates got the ball on the Ijuxora 42 and started moving gonlward. Terry Moore O'Neal scored for the Pirates and then passed to Daniels for the extra point. The third quarter was scoreless, with both teams having toiichdovai drives stalled. But late In the period Burdctte began moving goal- ward again. O'Neal got the drive started when he returned a Luxora punt to the Panthers' 2n on the last play of the. third quarter. Then, on the first play of the final period. Daniels passed to end \Vhatlcy for the touchdown. The extra point try was not pood. Luxora made another threat late In the fourth quarter. The Panthers drove to the Burdette 40 and i fourth down p^tnblrd on a pass.' stretching b.ick through 32 games' and 57 years, in 1938. The Razorbacks did it by a thumping 42-G count (lint year In Little Rock. Tomorrow's clash shapes up us a low-scoring battle of big and powerful lines. Neither team has done much scoring in tough games, hut both boast rugged defense. Porks Kill 1'as.s Texns Is expected to rely upon a crushing ground attack featuring tremendous backfield dentil rather than any Individual Mar. The ixing- horns have thrown only 22 passes in their four games—nn average of a game — and have eight of them for just over completed but 112 yards. The Razorbacks. on the nther honrl, bank almost as heavily on throwing as Southern Methodist, the nation's foremost aerial circus. 11 previous games, the professionals five. The Roya .. ... tional Basketball Association, are last season's champions, Among Kentucky Coach Adolph Rupp's nil-star starters will be Ray HagcHs, of Northwestern, Don Sun Summers crashitiff two. Starting lineups: CariilhernvHle Pos. Cromer Boyd Patterson .. Mnningham Prlvctt Woods Spain .,..,. Morgan .,. Cravens VanAusdall Summers .. over from the E. L.T. I. G. C. . R.G. n.T. R.E. Q.B. H.B. H B. F. B. Charleston . B. Brown Killion Taylor Rein .. . • Nolcn . Crenshaw .... Carver — Reams . .7. Brown Bone McFariden Central Beats Yarbro Gridders Central's football team established itself as a definate threat In the "Y" Grade school football league yesterday by trimming Yarbro by a score of 26-7 In a league contest at Little Park. Charles Richie garnered most of the glory by ramming over for all representing the Ma- four Central TDs, tallying in every hoti .tr^n»in+i n _ --- period Yarbro'j only score came early in the game with Bill Wyatt going over for the touchdown and Fullback Lemoyne bulling over for the extra point. Longevity Is Order Of Day in World NEW YORK (AP) — In many So far (his fall they have throwi I 42 for 51a 101 times, completin yards. There may lie more porker pn.sses tomorrow than usual. Not only will the Texn s line offer surh a stiff challenge to the rushing attack, but Ralph Troillett, former aerial artist at Liute Rock junior collcce, is due dcrlage, of Illinois, and Whitey Skoog. nf.Minnesota. All were standouts in-western conference play last yenr. ; ~~ Ernie Barrett, of Kansas Slate, nnd Mel Hutchins, of Brigham Young, complete the starting lineup. Course Record Set at Ft. Smith FORT SMITH. Ark.. Oct. 19. M't— Mary Lena Fnulk of Thomasville, ._ _ ull Ga., shot a tour-under women's par population. 6.710.000 persons are 60 71 yesterday lo set n new record for or more. Forty-three per cent of i Hall the Hardscrabble Country Club them are living In poverty, nine per'; Jones iss Fault's score also was good medalist honors in the club's Last Half Rally Sends Junior Varsity Down 21-14 Tlie Chicks' B team battled a heavier 15 squad from Memphis' South Side High School to a standstill for three quarters here last night before succumbing to the visitors 21-14. Playing heads-up ball all the way the Bees outswapped Uie big Memphis (cam and matched them yard for yard he- fore South Side's \veight advantage took its toll in the second half. 1 Consistent play by members of the junior varsity's small and Inexperienced forward line sparked the play and gave the team needed In- spirntion. With the linemen leading the way the backs charged hnrd through the holes cut by the forwards. South Side scored the first time it got the ball. Taking it at the 30 the visitors marched 70 yards to a touchdown before giving up possession. Halfback Bubba Ray supplied the touchdown on a 30-yard sprint around end. Beckett kicked the extra point.. But the Chicks came right back. Tyuee plays Rained only two yards and George Stanfield was sent in lo kick. He punted to the South Side Courier News Photo PEANUT PAP—Players on the Blytheville Junior High team have (o put an car to the ground when pint-sized quarterback Mickey shelton (right) is giving the orders. Mickey stands scarcely four feet, but his i fumbled the kick' and Blytheville ball handling ability has won the praise of Coach Harold Stockton, Others recovered at the 38. Again the In the picture are (front row. It-it to right)—John Pong Thomas Griffin £. hid ! s wcre unahlc to move and Danny Cobb, Max Peeples and Don WorreM; , tack ro w,-, ? am ,.«<». ne™ o^^s°SS Ca B^ Ken::eth Fisher, Danny Ecigmon and Ed Rogers. " ' Paps Blank Newport 21-0 For Third Straight Win NEWPORT. Ark., Oct. 19.—Blytheville Junior High's Papooses kept their goal line uncrossed here last night as they blanked Newport's junior Greyhounds 21-0. The visiting Paps completely classed the bigger Newport team. | (Jf on { Soud team. Their strong line play kept the Greyhounds' heretofore flashy offensive attack well battled and Newport never scoring threat. offered a SASKATOON (AP) of Saskatoon needed R. Hunter to peel only serious, one potato for the family dinner. ^ ^ i He dug tip a spud weighing 2 1 -'Halfback Danny Edgmon led the; pounds in his garden on a vacant. countries (he population ts growing bringing changing emphasis in medicine, retirement plans, nnd other social and economic problems. Look at France. "Geriatrics," journal of the American Geriatric Society, quotes French statistics show- Ing that of Prance's 40-odd million Peeplc Paps with two touchdowns and Charles Abbott got the other. Kenneth Fisher kicked all three extra points. After a scoreless first quarter, the Paps got rolling in the serond period. With the linemen opening huge holes in the Newport forward wall Edgmon, Fisher and Lum alternated in carrying the ball to the Newport 20 from where Edgmon scored standing up. Etlgmon Scores Again The third Quarter was scoreless, too, but the Paps added two more six pointers in the fourth period. The quarter was but three minutes old when the Paps' got the ball at the Newport 45. It tcok them only four plays to score with Edgmon going over. With five minutes to go in the game, the Paps scored again, this time on a drive that started at the Newport 30. Abbott picked up the touchdown. It was the Paps' third straight victory and as yet they have not been scored on. Starting lineups: . 30 bill South Side halfback Kotho thoville lineman at the two. On the first play, of the Blytheville" the right side . — --------- forward wall trapped Ray as he attempted to run ed over from there. Beckett kicked the extra point. Early in the fourlh period, the visitors scored again. A pass interception at the Blytheville 30 set up the score and Kolhe passed to Hunter two plays later for the touchdown. Again Beckett's kick from placement was good. But the Chicks weren't through. They marched from ''the kickoff 65 yards to score. Jimmy Phillips Nor- oett Blankenship and Carl Brown led the way to two straight first downs to the South Side 30 and n 15 yard roughness penalty moved the ball lo the 15 from where Blankenship scooted over. The try for extra point Jailed. The loss was the third of the season Tor the Bees against only one victory. Startinir lineups: Blyllieville Nelson Martin Harris Birmingham Berry — .. P 1S . L.E . L.T L.o. c R.G Hay McFarland ... Whisenhlmt .. Brown Suinfield \'. Substitutions out of his own end zone for ety. Punt Sels Up TD Another good Stanfield punt in I he second nuarter set up the Chicks first touchdown. This one. n 33- yarder. rolled dead at the South Side 10 and a 15-yard illegal use of the hands penalty 'followed moving the ball back to the one. Koine i Br'ookT Ro^"k'rTrt tried to punt on first down but Chick * Se and guard Robert Birmingham broke through, blocked the kick and covered the ball in the end zone. The Chicks led 8-1. South Side came back in the third quarter to take the lead. Taking . H.E Q.B H.B H.B FB South Side Randolph Turner ... Rosebcrry Johnson Demorreo Shelton Fletcher Fill Kothe Hay Hunter ....... Blytheville— Burnham. Bynum. West. Vail, Blankenship, Fowler, Brown. Homer. South Side— Mathis. Robertson. Curland. Biikncr, Gimmven, Vandeventor, over at !!ie Blytheville 40 enrly the period the visitors scored In just two plays. Hunter raced 31 Broken-Hearted in Gutter LINDSAY, Ont. (AP)—Living In a gutter doesn't necessarily mean that a person is drunk, a woman testified when she was hnilrd into court for being intoxicated In a public place. "I had had a row with my boy friend." she testified. "I was Blytheville i Royers . | Worrell Griffin Cobb . Fisher cent In distressing conditions, andJEdsmon . — o— 41 P« cent live modestly. Lum for medalist honors in the club's annual women's open tournament here, and U pave her a first round Japanese Plan for Miss Faulk and Mary Ann Down- of lialtimore Wednesday each , TOKYO M>|—The construction shot 7Ts to tie for medalist. . Mis-; Faulk defeat Frances Rich of but it failed and Burdette ran the • to *re more aclion at quarterback. clock out, j He'll spell l.amar McIIan. the sprc- itnrular sophomore, now Jim iRiuchatt is on the shelf with an The Fahrenheit scale of tempera- appendectomy. ture was intoisdrd to have the tern-I peralure of a mixture of ire and! Head Com in News salt at zero, and that t;f the body as] • — - - - 96 decrees. nKhoutrh actu.itlc the, " normal body temperature is 98.6 degrees. I I 1 Bamliridge. Oa.. 7 and 6, and Miss IXnvnir. shooting an 81, defeated Mrs. I/iu Miller of Hot Springs. Ark.. 7 and 6. Super Highway ministry announced today plans are super and the under consideration tor- highway linking Tokyo city of Ofjika. Prime Minister Sigmi Yoshida— i, ,„,,-- . , _. i wno recently served In San Frnn- At le.-,<t ,o cents of every dollar cisco as the chief Japanese delete The projected super highway PROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE SGO On Tour ntal Saturday, Oct. 20. 1<)51 6:00 — Sicn on 6:50— Roundup 6:4^ — Southern Gospel Singers 7:00— News 7:05 — Yawnin In the Mornin' 8:00 — News 8:0i>— Varieties In Meiorty 8:45 — Mrs Duclos 9:00— News 9:05 — Are You Listening? 10:00 — News 10:05— Are You Listening 10:30— Hillbilly Hi'.s 11:00— Farm bisest of the Air 11:15— Farm Frolics 11:30— Sunset Playboys AFTERNOON 12:00— News 12:15 — Football Wnrmup 12:30— Football Hi lites 1S:45— Pigskin Parade 1:45 — Tennessee Football 4 :00 — News 4:u5 — Murray's Madhouse 5:00— Record Rack 5:15 — Buchanan Scoreboard 5:30— Sign r>n nnouncinci THE OPENING OF William Arnold City Service Station 3f,fi So. Division Complete line of accessories, batteries. Personal attention greasing. Highway 6t gas, oil and given to washing and patronnpre will be appreciated. William "Bill" Arnold Proprietor Pi . L.E. L.T. . L.G. C. R G. R.T. R.E. Q.B. H.B. H.B. . F.B. Newport ... . Hohn ... . Lovcll Brownstein ,, . Ma.ssey . Johnson ... . Lewis Hall . McDonald Jones . . Roberts . Woodman Snake in Bathroom Shocks Kelton Family CENTRALIA. Til. r.W—A shocking incident had the Sam Kelton family nt. Marion, Til., looking cautiously a!)out- their - bathroom for several days before they \vould enter Mrs. Kellon had walked in ancl stepped on a three tcet lone water mocca = in fnake partly roiled around a bathroom fixture. Her husband killed it. would cost 8100.noo. roughly S1SO.OOO to LEVEE TAXES NOW DUE TRIBUTARY TAXES ARE ALSO DUE ...,_ t..^ >'mj -3- iiuiiLcj, iiiueil Jl ! IKJJ irjEMlQ, SHE IP f nrds to the nine and Kothc plung-'just broken-hearted,' Opinions may differ on the ARKANSAS vs. TEXAS FOOTBALL GAME but All will agree on There is an adder! la\ the Tributary Tax, which your Levee Taxes. for Ihis year, known as is to be paid ailing with PAY BY MAIL AND SAVE TIME Yhen you receive your lax statement, send it with your check or a Money Order for the full amount of your l.evee Taxes and your Tributary Taxes, with exchange, to me at P. 0. Box 3SS, Wilson, Ark. will be in OSCEOLA—OCTOBER 15th to OCTOBER 20th MRS. EMILY P. TRAMMEL, COLLECTOR Bo* 358 Wilson, Ark. Old Fashioned Sour Mash KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY T.WSamuels FIFTH Vi PINT, 90 Proof -5 Years Old 09 $157 PINT I Price Only to November 1, 1951 —Buy Now and Sav» T. \\. SAMUELS DISTILLERY ^ATSV-IE, NELSON COUNTY KENTUCKY

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