The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1951 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 20, 1951
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1951 »~^^~,,^^^ K 6 », laoi BLYTHEVILLB (ARK ) COURIER NFWS _ ~ ~ • • •— —: PAGE FIVE Chicks Upset Whitehaven 25-19; Cage Fix Scandal Spreads to Kentucky Last-Second Touchdown * ;M *^ + r \ A ,.i, . ^ Touchdown Pass Breaks Deadlock Blytheville's Chickasawg scored a touchdown in Ihe filial 20 seconds last night to upset favored Whitehaven. Tenn., 25-19 m & slam-bang heart-stopper before approximately 2,000 frenzied fans at Haley Field. The story book finlkh was brought. before Whitehaven tied the score about on a pass from Mel Hay to again. A pass interception by Mc- left end Montroe Holland In the Calmon al the yvhitehaveti 20 .slop- waning seconds that broke a 19-19 pe d another Blytheville drive and fifttlrllnrt flllri «pm IVin r^\*i~\, f i, .. ... . . . _ ' . ...... .„ .„_..„. ,.,„. U, unc n 13-is pea anotner Biytneviiie drive and deadlock and sent Ihe Chicks home got the Tigers started. He broimht victorious for the fifth (ime this the interception back to the <0 and season and the. 21st time In their Rogcra a ,, d Moore on three plays 5rK g ^ m "; , moved lo ' h « Chicks' 37. Beavers The game-winning pass was but uass ed to McC-ulre for seven yards . L o ,..,.... ...... u Llv pajist'u to .vic^uire lor seve a six-yarder but to the Chicks it amt Holley exploded over U'flC ttOrln *VAW .n<*Vi i.. ^..1^ »~_ :l . .... .._ worth every inch in gold for it brought a happy ending to their best exhibition of football this season. Led by a hard charging, hard- blocking line and fired by a couple of "impossible" pass catches by halfback Johnny O'Brien, the high- geared Chicks roared back in the closing minutes after seeing two — - -. tackle igain going al! the way lo score. Rogers tried a plunge for the extra point but got no further than the line of scrimmage and it looked as if the game was destined for a tie. Interception Saves I>ay The Chicks' tried desperalely to move goalward after the kickoff but the majority of the fans were willing; to settle for a tie. peeled of them. Fired up to the their bag of offensive tricks and threw everything but the yard markers at the highly touted Tigers ^ who lived up to just about every- J thing that was said of them. Hay Opens Up The pass happy Chicks put on an aerial circus in the last half after epending practically all of the first two quarters on the ground. Hay, hobbled all year by injuries and illness, limbered his throwing arm for the first time this season. He threw 20 times, completed 13 of them, two for touchdowns and one that set up » touchdown, for a net gain of 146 yards. But Hny's passing wasn't the key to the win. Neither were the brilliant catches of O'Brien and Hoi land nor the 95-yard return of a Whitehaven fumble by Tommy Mosley, the sophomore whiz. The deciding factor was in the line play where the Blytheville forwards blocked like they never blocked before this season. But the show definitely wasn't all Blytheville. The rough and ready Tigers matched the Chicks' brilliant attack with a smooth-clicking ground offense that reeled off 171 yards along the ground behind a forward wall that was hard to handle until it was whipped down In the late minutes. j^ Mosley got the Chicles going on ^is 95iyard sprint with a Whitehaven fumble. It came after nine minutes of offensive sparring by the two teams in the first quarter. The Tigers got a Blytheville fumble on the Chicks' H and in two plays moved to the seven. Then they sent fullback Jim Shepherd over the left iide but he was hit hard and the —Courier News Photo E£& =^^ SKrr"r school nallback, digs for yardage Then came Ihe dramatic ending, as he moves to the Whitehaven Hay faded three steps and threw Tenn.. 10 yard line in the chicks' quickly to Holland who gathered the game with' the visiting Tiger t«am ball in at the goal line and stepped at Haley Field last night. O'Brien over while the 2.000 fans threatened I made two yards on the play which to tear down the sladium. Gentry! — "' ' kicked the extra point but the j Chicks were penalized 15 yards for roughness. Hay's pass to Holland was intercepted but nobody cared That was the ball ball game. The Tigers had time to get in only one play after the kiekoff. It MBS a pass that was dropped by the receiver. Starting lineups: < T Blytheville Holland ,.. Hornberger Mayo ball < .squirted from .his grasp into the outstretched arms of Masley »t the five. Tommy broke for the west sideline, got a key block at the 20 and was off. He covered the 05 yards without a hand being laid on him. Jtckie Halstead, back in uniform after recovering from an arm fracture, tried the extra point kick but HWM short. ' " """ punts The Chicks stretched their lead to 13 points early in the second period. Backed to their own 15 by a kickoff fumble the Tigers couldn't move and McCalmon punted to p . aven took over. Then the Tigers elected to shoot the works but their efforts were short' ers' pass at the 45 and returned to the Whitehaven 35. Two pass plays Corning Easy For Seminoles Osceolci Trounces Clay County Eleven By 41 to 6 Count Kentucky paraded to Us second suc- o.i on ^ cessivc NCAA crown after Olympic , Oct. 20 — Osceola'x: ickuown of 1048 was nicked no Semmoles sjlarked by the throwing ] simultaneously by New York ami of Tommy catching ability Spiers, tlio pass . of end Warren Welubrrg and the brilliant running Koonce ... Hodge ... Mack Hay Garner ... Pas. L.E, . L T. . L.O. . C. .. R.G. R.T. R.E. Q.B. H B. H B F.S. Whitehaven Pruitt ... Clifford McRae .. L Moore Wilroy .. Beshears .. McGuire McCalmon .. J. Moore Holley Shepherd Mel Hay Gentry . . ___ ......... _ Substitutions: BlyUivellle— "cjiil- dress. Lunsford, Mosley.' Gilbow. Halstead, Hill. Criner, snyder, Hays. W h i t e h B v e n— Rogers, McRae. James, Krag, Nelson. Becigood. Walsh, Winchester, Roye. Scoring touchdowns: Blytheville— Mosley. Childrecs, O'Brien and Holland. Whitehaven— McRae and Holley (2). Extra -points: Blytheville— Gentry Ikick). Whitehaven— Shepherd (rushing). Officials: referee- Leon Stevenson^ umplre--Z a c fc Curlin; linesman — Bob Porter; field judge — Al Clemens, 1 Game Statistics First Downs B'Vllle W'Haven 13 Yds. gnd rush 77 Passes attempted , .... 20 Completions 13 for 145 yds. Interceptions by Fumbles Oppts. fumbles rec .. 3 2 for 40 yd. avg. 5 for 2 2 ni 1 Gentry at midfield and the Chick .appeedster returned behind a good "blocking screen to the Whitehaven 21. Two plays moved to a lirst down on the 13 as the quarter ended and Gentr on the first play of the second ^. , quarter Gentry sprinted 13 yard ' ' to the two Irom where Bob Chil dress sneaked over on third down, T , , Gentry kicked the extra point. Tifers Score Then the Tigers pulled their o. Hr , a ... r tense together, took advantage of a "{„.„ ' Chick defensive mix-up and scored Lr.ii.., ' ' their first touchdown a play later. l sh L „, The kickoff was a short one cov- °" cpncrn er«d at the Whitehaven 49. While the Chicks were shifting defenses Jackie Holley, the Tigers' speed demon, found a hole at guard, cut baclc nicely and went, unmolested, to the end zone. Shepherd plunged for the extra point and the Chicks' lead was cut to a mere six points. That pepped up the Tigers and four minutes later they tied the score. Taking a Blytheville punt at their 45 they begun to roll. Fullback Rogers got 10 yards on the first try. Quarterback Gil Beavers Hay Sress Snyder . Player Beavers Rogers 2 for 30 yd. avg. s 3 lor 35 yds 5 (or 85 yds Individual Records Blytheville Tries Gnd. 1 3 11 1 . 2 39 9 2 -3 28 Whlithkven Tries Gnd. 3 .. 3 .. 9 .. S .. 9 .. 4 .. 1 -5 7 86 5 36 18 15 Avg. 5.57 1.00 2 -3 2.54 2.56 Avg. -1.67 2.33 9.56 1.50 4 4.50 15 4.90 Collins Defends Amateur Status MONTICELLO. Ark., Oct. 20. OFj —Ross Collins, the current national lefthanded gold champion, tried a short to end Pat Me- his amateur standings has' been Guire which was not good but the (challenged. He welcomes an investl- » 15 yard penalty forig was a third quarter pass from halfback Mel Hay. Putting the tackle on O'Flrien is Krag, Whitc- haven guard. In the photo right Donald Gentry, Chick fullback, leaps over team mate Montroe Holland (on ground! as he returns a Whitehaven punt 40 yards in the first quarter o f the game which was won by Blytheville 25-19. Grudge Bout Booked on Legion Card It'll be grudge vvrestlinft again at Memorial Auditorium Monday night. Roy Welcn, cue veteran heavy weight from Tennessee and Eddie Malonc, the Florida Irishman, will take up their feud of last Monday night which ended with a rock-weilding Incident and Malonc being disqualified, in (hc tag match feature of the American .Legion's bouts at the Auditorium. Welch, eldest of four wrestling Cherokee brothers, will bring along Rex Mobley, a 20D-poilnt) toughie. us h!5 partner for the affair and Malone will have Bad Boy Brown I of N.-Khi-ille. Tenn., in his corner. While the Wclch-Malone feud is | expected lo highlight the match. | Mobley and Brown probably will renew their grudge which dates hack to several weeks ago when they fought a couple of "fight to the finish bouts here. Brown nas defeated in both of these bout.s and will be seeking i revenge. I Two one-fall matches are also on the card with Brown meeting Welch in the first one and Malone taking on Mobley in the second. attorney men in Louisville last" night. He was being questioned of hattbiick Harvey l. fe Hill, ran During questioning Gio ? a anrt longluliocl over a ueuiMeicri Com- , neard admitted accepting bribes ing tram 41-8 here lust night. ! authorities said. The Seminoles scored ilu- first i With the breaking of Ihe Ken- linie they got the ball with .Spiers j lucky case, the basketball fix decay liasuniK lo Wcinliiit's alter Hill had ! now has implicated at least 34 play- sot up the scurms play with „ 25 i ers from seven teams. The other yard return ol a Corning punt. i schools involved arc Bradley, Toledo Spiers proved himself the pics- ! CCNY. Manhattan. Long Island, and .smo passer on chc Seminole.s' sec- j K( ! w York- I/. ont! tcuchdown. Deep in Corning | Vincent A G. O'Connor, assistant territory he pa a tail pass Irom i 'Us'lict attorney ol New York, in- |rait?r v.-itli ihr: ball roll in a all the ' 'ci'loga|ed Pcard uud Groza (or sev- ! way to the 4ri. lie riies-d back, picked c " iu)ul ' s afu>1 ' I1lr >' w ^re taken in [ lip the ball and lowed to Weinljetg ™'l"dy at tnldtil;;hl. i m Ihe end zone. ' Their Kentucky coach. Ado] ih On the second play, after thc H "I J I ) «"!rt not Ijr- found for corn- next kickoff Hill intercepted a '"" Corning pass at the O.scooln 38 and raced i;2 yards to score. Minutes: later Hill, lock a hatulolf from Spiers on a punt return and returned it. 03 yards loi die fourth Ex-Wildcats Groza, Beard Admit Accepting Bribes CHICAGO, Oct. 20. (AI>)—Former All-America bas- ketljal! greats, Alc.x Groza anil Ralph Beard, today wer« arrested and charged with accepting bribes to shave point* when they were lending Kentucky to collegiate fame in 1949 Hale Barnslablc. one of their*- - . teammates of t\vo years ujjo when Wilson Trounces Keiser High 41-0 Robinson Lepds Bulldogs to Easy Homecoming Victory WILSON. Oct. 20.-The Wilson Bulldogs crowned a homecoming queen here last night and then went out in fine fashion to whip the K«l- ser Yellowjackets 41-0. Coach Hill Vates' Bulldogs, with Hie ipici'vcs playing most of the way buill lip a 27-o halftime margin and then coasted home on two more touchdowns In the last half. Terry Robinson, a reserve halfback, let! the Bulldogs' attack scoring three touchdowns and passing for one extra point. 70-Vard Drive Scorn The Bulldog! scored twice In the first period. Hie / on a 70-yird drive that was climaxed by full- bark Edwin Webb scampering over from 23 yards out. The second was scored by tailback H. ,p. Cash who broke over center on a 33-yard jaunt. nicill on tile arrest of his two former stars Atlniit ClrltniK S- r '00 •O'Connor said Beard nnd Grozn would admit only to receiving sr>{!0 > together with liarnstable to shave ; points of the Kemucky-ChicaKO Loyola contest, March M. 194!). in Madison Square Gnnien. T Orozn ami Heard were to be ar- the O.sceola 19 and Joyner, Ward O'Connor .said the two gamblers]. three yard line went over. from where conflicting report "Thc fixers Insisted the jiayoff 111 the Kentucky-Loyola game was $2,000. with Groza setting Sl.OOO and thn other two $500 each." said O'Connor. "The ramblers said the only other point shaving was in the Kentucky-Tennessee game at Lexington. In 1949. But Groza and Bran! would not admit lo nny fixing except In the Loyola game." . Many cxuerts thought Rupp's fin- Ft. Smith Golf Tournament In Semi-Finals PORT SMITH, Ark.. Oct. 20. lifi— Four survivors of second round play meet, today . in semi-final ! , matches of the annual Hardscrabble Women's open golf tournament in which only amateurs are entered this year. Mary Lena Fanlk. Thomasvilie, Ga.. the tourney favorite, plays .\farjorie Lindsay. Decatur, 111. Mrs. Harlan Riedel. Dallas, plays Mrs. H. O. Breault, Chicago, in the other semi-final. Miss Fatilk established a nev. women's amateur tourney record of 71 — one under men's par — Thur.s- riav. Football Scores County Blytheville 25, Whitehaven 19 Osceola 4J, Corning 6 Wilson 41, Keiser 0 State Te.varkana. Aik., 13. Hope 0 Lakeside 32, Fuller 12 Paragotllrt 13. Marked Tree 0 Forrest City 14. Jonesboro 12 Magnet Cove 27. Catholic High 26 DeWitt 33, North Little Rock "B" 6 Clarendon 19. Gillett 0 Bisninrck 2, Amity o (C'Q? Monticello 7, Derinott B Newport. 38. Pocahontas 0 Little Rock H. Gadsdrn, Ala.. 1 McCrory 12, Auglisla 0 Helena 12. Wynne 7 Magnolia 34. Nashville 0 Camden 7. Pine Blviff 7 North Little Reck 7, Hot Springs 7 Asdown 20. Horatio 14 Will Rogers <Tll!sa>, 33 Fort Smith 14 Rison 26. Pine Biuff B 7 Benton 20. Arkadelplua 0 Crossctt 25. Lake Village 19 El Dorado 3!>. Smackover 13 Comvay 31. Stuttgart 0 Mabclvole 20, Watson Chape] 0 Mena -18. Heavener lOkla) 12 Bald Knob 35. Walnut RWqe 0 Greenwood 13, Booncville 6 Brinkley 7. Maiianna 0 .Morriiton 3-i, Atkins 0' Lonoke 26, Jacksonville 13 McGehee 46, Star City 0 Dumas 12, Hamburg 6 Eudora 6, Warren 0 (called at halftime) Sheridan 26. Bauxite 13 Prcscotl 26. Oiution 0 Cabot 14, White Hall i.1 Harrison 27. Sitoam Springs 7 Searcy 26. Hatcsville 13 Karle 14, West Memphis o Fayetteville 21. Van Uuren 6 Clarksville 28, Ozark G Paris 20. Waliiron in Snutlieast .Missouri Poplar Bluff 20. Cairo 12 Kikeston 27, Penyville G Kennett 13. Piyftott. 13 Jackson \'t, Cape Girardeau 0 East Prairie a), Illmo-Foinlclt 6 Dexter 13, Poriaseville 7 Cotlrgr Boston U. 27. College of Pacific 12 Detroit iO. Unston College 13 Miami cFlaj 32. Washington and Lee 6 Fin-man 35. Citadf-1 14 Wake Forrest 27, George Wu>h- ington ;;) Tuskesee 10, Morehnust' 0 Xavier <O.> 47. Louisville c Western Illinois 54, Southern nn- nois 12 Kirksville 'Mn.. 21. Rolla Mines 7 Idaho State 13, Colorado Slate 0 Btllch . Precis . Pcrrv Sttinrod . Abbott . Bob Davies Leads Pro Cage Chinese Dollar Shrinks rs .!i uivw * 10 yard penally ior i BB^UII. i interference moving the ball! Collins, athletic director at Ark- HONG KONO <API_A drop in; morve >' !ent lo Re d Chin - , to the Blytheville 3«, iansas A. and M. College here, said T*'0 more first downs moved to i in a letter to Bob Romberger. ex- the six from where Halfback Jamie I ecutive secretary of the National McRae scored on a pttchout. The , Lefthanders Association, that he - extrs point plunge failed and the 'had signed no contract with A JcM . " on? . Kon . s 6ank5 rc f° r! "le Red half ended > minute and a half which mentions teaching golf i^ , t °i , has ,,T opD ^ Io 27 - 000 (<lr £l later with the score tied 13.13 one his duties. ";?• trom LO 6 ° r "«"! rate of 21.- _ ; morve >' !ent lo Re d China hy chl- n ,"^ ovpr!EB " hss resulted in depre- Ji ., " ° thc Cn 'wse Communist aol ' ar - CHICAGO. Oct. 20. <AP> — Bob* Davies. who med lo be a collegia!i' ante himself, gave thc 1951 collece all-stars a baskelball lesson last nichl as the old pro of Ihe Rochester Royals. Davies raulrd in 25 points to lead thc National Basketball Association Champions to a TB-70 victory over r ' rrn whirh thc all-stars before 16.805 at the of li.iwkf Whales Arc Biting ST. JOHN'S. KIM. 1,1; While tiir noilhcrn whaling season rt(,cs not; m .ne minwest. me best end until Ihe middle of October, one 1 offerings were inlra-league inrratrs six ves.sri '" '' " " '" "' Roy Robinson To Ficiht Green SAN FHANCfSCO. Oct. M. (AP> —Sports promoter William P. Kyne •ivs middleweight champion Sviirar Kay Hobinsoii will defend his title here Jan. 8 against Harold Green ninny experts mougnt itupp s nn- «uuui.i, . .. of Brcofclyn. esl tennis during his 21 ycnrs of Alexander Kyne announced yesterday hc has coaching Kentucky were those oti McNn bb . a verbal commitment from Robin- 1048 nnd 1919. Thc backbone of the! Muncy . . on and that ho hopes to complete flawless champions was formed by Bov 'cs . . arrangements with Robinson's man-'the 6 fool 1 inch Groza from Mar- Cnsh • •• awr, George Galllsford. Monday in, tins Ferry, O.. and the peppery 5 Wnhl> 'j21_ A " BP |21 I fcmt 10 llu ' h Beard from Louisville. Only One 'Crucial' Game Played in Nation Today NEW YOHK, Oct. 20. (AP)—The college football season reached the halfway point today with only one game on tap that could have any bearing on the national title—barring upsets, of course. The-big one was scheduled for plays Arkansas; Texas A&M , No , Berkeley. Calif., where California, R, meets Texas Christian, and Bay- j the No. 1 team in the country in lor. No. 10, clashes with Texas i the Associated Press poll, battled Tech. : il.s neighborhood rival, Southern Highlight of Big Seven Confer| California. ' encc activity was thc Oklahoma! The Golden Bears of Lynn ''Pap- Kansas contest at Norman. Okla. py" Waldorf were rated IS'.i-point It was Oklahoma's first defense of [ favorites over once beaten U.S-C. the conference championship : California has no', lost a regular i season game in the past four years. MM M • ^^ \ Elsewhere, must of the action also i rfP/lff/I Y \jf*f^ \ is regional. In the cast thc Colum- ! »<•••« w§*»^^ | nin-I'emi game at Philadelphia i C*_j; VA/iici Q /i £. \ could have a bearing on the Ivy [ I l/jl W Iff •J'f-O j U-agun title. Pcnn has beaten the! : Lions in 11 of iheir last 13 meetings.! i but. rxiii Little's men v/ill be at full J strength, with punter Tony Misho j sot I or action after being bedded CONV/AY. Ark.. Oct 20. <AP> — | with a virus infection. j The llcndrix College Warriors won I, the second ranked [ tlu ' lr lirs *- football game of the 1951 : team in the nation, faced what 'should be a relatively easy laik ; a;; Alabama in Birmingham. •Before thc tcason got under way/ they v.cre saying that If Tennessee i i crKiid Reo past the Crimson Tide, j the Vo!.s would win the Southeastern Conference crown; I Another bi2 game in the south! lulled Georgia Tech against untie-i fcatcd Auburn. Tech. the No. .S team, will so into first place In thc Southwestern Conference if It comes nut on top as expected. Maryland, .shooting for the national title vacated this year by Oklahoma, met North Carolina at p- p • . f,. , college Part. Md. B'9 Business in Chicks tn 'he midwest, the best of the l , , y *" ' r< " n 10 ° yart)5 ° ut anli "» llc fo ., r[1 . ,... Blunged , rom tht ^ after the Bulldogs had recovered a Keiser fnmbte. The win was the fifth ot th« set- son for the Bulldogs against no losses and one tie. Starting lineups: Pns, L.E. L.T. L.G. C. . R.G. ..R T. ...,R..B. ....« E. ....H.B. H.B. F.B. Kclwr .. Bohsnort . . . Lambert Lauderdale ---- Girdley ----- B«rber ..... Whit* . . Anderson. . .. Stracner . . Wilbinka ...... Brock Harrison High Defeats Osceola Harrison High School's Dragon* got their filth win of the xuon yesterday afternoon, running over Osccola's Negro High School te>m 81-0 at Osceola. It was the Dragons' second win this week. They beat Stuttgart Wednesday night. Next week, the Dragons BO to Pin* Bluir to play Merrill High. season yesterday on the passim; of an 18-year-oUI freshman quarter- bark. .loe McDanlcls of Parnirould threw touchdown p,T.s.sf; for 26. 3.7 and, seven ynrds—as Hendrlx handily dn- j tt-ated Rethel College of McKenzic I Tfiin., ,H t<i 6. .limmy Cliristlan passed II yards for another Hendrix tally, and set I up the final marker with two passes,' .ioe Bates took the b.iil over thc goal this time on a plunge from HIP f.vo. I5ctl:i-l scored its only lonclidown on a fi7-yarri pars from Billy Flani- san to Chnrlc.s- Pankcy. later with the score tied 13-13. Taking the klckoff opening "the third period the Chicks immediately drove deep into Whttehaven territory and appeared [tended for an easy touchdown but the Tigers' maSe two brilliant goal line stands, one with the ball just a fool from pay dirt, before the Chicks finally got their third marker. After that second goal line stand Beavers punted from between his own goal posts ^ut it was a short one, rolling out of bounds at Ihe 24. The Chicks moved quickly with Hay pawin? to O'Brien for l« yards at .. ball on his linger tips, fumbled momentarily but hung on for the touchdown. Gentry's kick from placement was no good. "he two teams ma'-^'en 1 defenses lu. the rc.-.t of (he thinl pcrir/d tnd eight minute* of th« fourth He said he'had given students; 000 ',°J *'• ch '"«« »»road must "re- some golf instruction-but on his • ") ro " Bn official channels mean- own time. A. and M. President Horace Thompson supported Collins' staie- '" j inc that Iheir families in China re- 1 ccivcd only about 70 cents on the dollar m South China. Bankers reported a 60 per cent drop in mocny transfers from overseas. z scrap, lied 13 deadly shoot- fly turned the- WARNING ORDF.R In the Chancery Court. CMcka- sawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Margaret Herliog. Ptf. vs. No. 11.826 Roy Hertzo<?. off. The defendant. Roy Hcrtzog. Is the caption hereof and answer the i Our load doe_= not slide down «hen we swallon-. it. is carried to the stomach by R most complicated tran.sportatton system. lime.i. before navies ti'.e plowly. but Mjr tide for the Rnyal-. The triumph followed thjer .straiplit pro '.viiu by the Minneapolis I.akcrs and evened the all-star scr'os at six \irtnries earn for [hf collegians ftitd the play-for-pay j bo.vs Daviw. the o.v-.SXorl Hall s^ar ^vho was the most valuable rol- Ircian nl Ihe 1H12 all-star came. : sv.ishrd in 10 baskets, seven cnmiiu: In the second halt, and hit fivr charity tosses. to the lltlll c; a Harbor. I.;ibra<ln tn'.'il fTitch of 210 \vlia pun nf AuBU:-i. Th" ;u:K 2.77 in the same i out re- s up game* „„ ^ NEW YORK 'APi -chicken p such a big business r< to I ' " took on all accompllshmcnl. One farm near . , .Salisbury. Md , can turn out that Siate will test Penn i many from a 'plant" compiling 18 1 . „ Irhickr-n houses, with the broiler In thc Sc.ulhwe.^t. Texas, Ko. 4.M)nuscs measuring -18 by (520 feet. Dated this 28 day ot September ,951. Harvey/ Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykcs. DC. Perrv A. \Vri»ht. attorney for ptf H. G. Partluw, attorncv Ad Litem. •,M 10,6-13-90 SHEET METAL WORKS =OF ALL KINDS Cuslum work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custimi Shearing up to '/< inch thickness. "* Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 Soulli llroadway Phone 2B51 Adults 50c—Children 15c BLYTHEVILL^ LEGION ARENA RESILING Monday, Oct. 22 8pm TAG MATCH B. B. Brown & Eddie Malone rs. Roy Welch & Rex Mobley for Ucscrvi-il .Sibils. Call 3;!S9 Also 2 ]-Fall 90 Minute Matches Brown vs. Welch Malone vs. Mobley PROGRAM SCHCDULf KOSE 860 On four Dili StindHy, October 21, 1951 MOKNING 7:00- Sign On 7:00—Music (or Sunday 7:55—News 8:00—Ctnirch of Christ 8:la—Church of Qod S:-I5—Young Trio 9:00—Rev. Eugene Chancy 9 :^u— Southern Four 9:45—Harmony Four JO :00—Southern Traveleri 10:15—Sunday Serenade 10:30- -Chapel In the Sty 11:00—Church Services 12:00—Kens AFTERNOON 12:15—Noon Serenade 12:50—Woman of th« Week 1:00—Baptist Hour 1:JO—Curtain Call 2:00—Music in the Modern Mood 2:30—Guy Lombarrto Time 3:00—20th Century Serenade 3:30—Cisco Kid 1:00— Phtlo Vnnee 4:30—Boston Blacfcle 5:00—Trade Wind Tavern 5:15—News nnd Sports 5:30—Sisn Off Monday, October 22, 1951 MOIIMNG 6:00—Sinn On 6:00—Musical Round Up 6:•!">—Southern Gospel Singer* 7:00—News 7:05- Yawnln' in Iht Mornln 8:00—News 8:1.V south America Way »:30- -KOSE Kapers 9:00-Woman's Viewpoint Cotton Futures 0:30— Meet The Menjoui 9:45—Dearest Mothtr 10:00—News 10:05—Concert Master 10:30--Meet the Band 11:00- -News 11:05--Farm Frolics 11:30—Sunset Playboyi AFTERNOON 12:0<1-News fc Cotton Futurei 12:15 Noon Serenade I-.00—Behind the World News !:OS— Matinee Melodies 2:00—News 2:0.>-Hlilbi!ly Roundup 3:00 —N'ews 3:0.}—Heniime 4:00—News 4:05—Murray's MadhoUM 5:00—Record Rack 5:15—Scoreboard o.30-Sign Off

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