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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ' , • SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 194»Whitehaven Hands Osceola 19-0 Loss; Wilson Gets 33-6 Win Over Shawnee Tennessee Team Slops Seminoles Coach Rube Boyce's Tribe Handed First Setback of Season CHICKS A slrong while-haven, Tenn., learn halted Osceola's four game winning streak at Hale Field In Osceola last night when the visitors took the heavy end of a 19-0 score. After a scoreless first quarter, the Whitehaven team started its first drive when Gober returned a Seminole punt to the Osceola 25 yard line. Hill, ace back for ilie Tennes- seans, was knocked out of bounds by SVumcyfcH on the seven, Gober picked up three and Ransom scored on a short dash around end. A fumble foiled the try for point. The Osceola passing attack, one of the-most potent in this area, bogged down last night. II looked . as if TommV Snipr; might have Bluff team, broke into (he open his famed aernl trickery going j on the Zebras'4H only to be tackled shortly after Ihe Whilehiiven score. ' •-•.•-.• — "•- •••> Continued from Page 1 14. With the filial minutes of the first period rapidly ticking away, Morrison took a pitch out on the second play of this series and raced to the Blytheville 31 belore beinj knocked down. He came back on the next play and moved over tickle, to the Blytheville 10 as the quarter ended. On the first play of the second quarter the Zenras hit pay dirt agnln with Holmes fading buck and hitting end Leon Owens, who was waiting all alone In the end zone, with a puss. Kdwin Owen's kick for extra point was nood lo give the Zebras a H-0 lead. Chicks Came Ruarinjj Back The Chicks came roaring back after lhat touchdown to threaten twice but both threats were cut. off by bad breaks. Quarterback Buddy Dormer took the kickolf on the ntvthevlUe 12. found his blocking, ran completely through the Pine He nailed eml John Cox with a heave and Co" made a miraculous catch hear midfield. Two more passes were not good and then Spiers passed to Cox again lor four yards There the drive sac -d and Spiers punted out on the Whitehaven 21. Osceola's hard charging line held the visitors in check for ihe remainder of .the half. Passing-Attack Singled In the opening of tne second half the Seminoles once again appeared ready to register six points. After Stilwell picked up a first on his own 32, Spiers passed lo Cox who Interalled io Harvey Lee Hill. Hill pranced to the Whitehaven 27. Spiers passed to Weinberg for from behind on the 33. Reid slashed over latMe for nine yards, Luates lost three on a fumble and on the next play Mel Hay's pass to end John Hutchorson was intercepted by Holmes on the Pine Bluff 10. Morrison «nd Wilson on two beautiful runs picked up two first downs in a row to move the ball to midfield. A 15 yard clipping penally put the ball back on the Pine Bluff 35 where the Zebras were forced to punt. Lum took the punl on his own 2i returned II to the 37 ar the Chicks started to roll again. Reid, on the first play, picked up a first down on the Pine lilulf 46 then he tea me ' with Lutes and and „,,„..„ r ...... .. .- ...... ---«, , firsl'd'own on "the 11 and a knife ' Doimer to move to the Zebras 32 1 inlo the line added two more. However t^vo Spiers' tosses were incomplete and the visitors took oVer on downs and started a touchdown march. Gober scampered all the wny for an apparent touchdown but officials ruled he stepped out oh the Osceola 30. Wbitehsven's Hill made !t a' first down on the Seminole 20 and four plays later,' Ransom bucked over from the one. Ransom com erted . I The final Whttehaven score camej for another first. Reid picked up eight at tackle aiu' Hiitcherson on an end around gained a first down on the Pine Bluf( 23. Reid circled end again and went to the 10 before slopping and two plays Ir.ter Lutes shook his hips through a big hole at tackle all the way lo the end zone but the score was rwllUied by a 15 yard illegal use of the hands penalty. Pine Bluff U; Cbirks 0 •» Half The Chicks tried again for pay dirt with a pass off end ari'mi. in the opening minutes rtf the final \ quarter when_Osceola lost the ball Hulcherson throwing on a fumble on Its own 32 Ransom uncorked a couple of neat runs and .finally rammed over from one y-atd - out and failed kick the ' point. to . Whitetoaven ':.-. May;.. Pearson . Dixon ____ Maestri ... Clifford Whfttlngton ,. James ... Garland . Gober fc) to Hall hut it. was knocked down oh the goal Caruthersville Gets U-6 Victory Tigers Take Close Contest from Tough Portageville Team By James Berry Courier News Correspondent PORTAGEVIL1.E. Mo., Oct. 8.— Carulhersville's Tigers broke Into the win column here tonight, but it wasn'L easy. The Tigers look a 14-6 tilt from Porlagevllle in a game which found the losers constantly threatening. The Tigers got their first tally when Plunk, a guard, picked a Portageville pass from the air and raced 87 yards for :i touchdown. Waldron plunged for the point. The second score came In the third quarter after Cantrell ran a. Poi Ingenue punt to his 43. Hedge picked up a first down on the Portageville 44 and Cantrell, Hedge and Waldron learned up on running to gain another first on the 22. Wilson and Cantrell plunged alternately lo move the ball to the three and tifler losing a yard, Canirell drove over from Ihe two. Waldron again knifed inlo the line for successful extra point try. 1'urlageville Scores -. Portageville gained its only score in ihe waning niimiles of the first half. Burgess intercepted for Portageville on his own 41. A pass made it a first down on the Caruthersville 26 and six running plays carried to the ten. N'offel then passed lo Tanner for the scove. The extra puint try was. no good. Portageville gained nine first downs lo four for the Tigers and picked up 104 ya/ds rushing while Cnruthersville garnered 95. Portage- wa: vllle also gained 87 yards on the »'h! MOBILE MUSTANGS—With three of Ihe best college bncks in the nation operating behind a big. and agile line, Southern Methodist bids for its third straight Southwest Conference championship The ball-tolers arc, left to riqht. Kyle Rote. Dick MeKissack and All-America Doak Walk'er. Little Rock Routs Hot Springs 46-7; El Dorado Triumphs 39-0 By Carl Bel! Associated Press Sports Krlitor Principal rivals El Dorado and Pine B!uf( are continuing their winning ways, loo, but Litile Hock still appears to be the cock of the walk iii Arkansas high school football. The Capital City Tigers opened defense of their championship in the slate's highest classification— the Bie Six—by drubbing Hot Sprinps. 46 to 7, last night. That w » s 20 points above the margin by ich El Darado beat the same nine 'passes it completed in 15 at- team a week ago. • tempts. I And, while Pine Bluffs Zebras Gary Wilson, substitute back, I whipped 1948 Class AA champ Bly- Mked good for the Tigers as he theville, 20 lo 8. they fell 16 points picked up several nice gains into I shorl of the scoring bulge the Tigers Iran up on the Chicks last week. Comparative scores may not fore- f tell what may he expected when the big three of the Bis Six start the line. Carulhersville Camp ....... Jones Plunk Mehrle Goodin Bostic Jarrctt Cantrell Waldron Ransom Alexander, D>weot» Pos rox .. L E.... Lannum.V.;.. L.T. .; Elevens . L G. . Johnson . C ... Jacks . R G. . Meadows RT. , Watson ...... RE.;. Boters q R. . Stilweir ..... H B. .. Hill H.B. .. Shaneyfelt (c)F.B. .. Substitutes: Osceola Wright.- Travis, Dunn, WcinVierg, Lowe. Whitehaven—Dollahite. Childress, Bedgood, Buddenbohm, Ross, Wallace, Ray.'Kragg, McGulre. Martin, McCallman Pasley, Shepherd. Term "30" Originated As Telegraphy Symbol NEW YORK — (/Pj — The term 'thirty," which, in newspaper parlance means the end of an item, originated back in the early days of the telegraph. At that time operators, writing longhand, used the symbol "XXX' to" designate the end of a dispatch filed by a newspaper correspondent. The "XXX" constituting the Roman numerals for "30," it quickly translated Itself Into the now familiar "thirty." line. Three more plays gained absolutely nothing and the Zebras. after a 15-ynrd dead ball penalty He "sev against them,.took over on downs on their own five yard line. The half ended a play lalcr with Pine Bluff holding a 14-0 lead. j The Chicks opened Ihc third quar- | ter with their first score of the Pos. L. E. L.T. L.G. C. s, R.O. R.T. R.E. Q.B. H.B. H.B. F.B. Portageville ..... Carter .. Goodman . ... Burgess Keown Reaves Hall I game, a safety, which came after two series of plays. Blytheville took the kickoff opening the second hull and after a quick first down Q«e -. was forced to put on (he Pine Bluff Hill' 45. Wilson took the punt on the Pine.Bluff nine ami was nailed in his tracks, ' A roughness ppvtaUy alter the punt catch set tlie Zebras back to their one yard line and on the first scrimmage play, Morrison fumbled in the end zone, tried to pick it up and rnn out but guard l.eroy Criner immediately pounced upon him to flamingos Have Method Of Meeting Hurricanes MIAMI, Fla. — <iT>— Flamingos, famed pink birds of Florida, know ow lo take care of themselves in hurricane. When the great winds come, the birds lake to dry land, form themselves into a wedge, with the V pointing into the wind. The point shifts as the direction of the wind changes. .varriug among themselves, however, because, for one thin?. El Dorado pears to be improving by the j-v^er, --I*. La-t night the oil town Wild- Noffel' 1 " 1 '* romped over North Little Rock, . Tanneri39 to 0. for their third leasue vic- ... Ward! lory and fifth triumph of the sea. Shankle son. Suliiaco Wins None of the Big Six leaders has last a same, Pine Bluff and Little Rock each holding four wins. Sublaco sacked up the ' District Pour Class AA crown and a state plavoff berth unusually early in the se?son with a 35-0 conquest of R"s- sellville. Halfback Willett scored one touchdown and pa.«scd for two others. Floyd Sagely, star Van Buren fullback." ran'60 yards for one score | give the Chicks' their two-pointer. I.urn tnoli HIE; free kick following the safely on the Blylheville 25 anil again Ihe CliicUs lie^an knocking al touchdown's door and again they were refused entrance by a bail break. On the kick return Lum handed ff to Reid who raced all the wny to he Pine Bluff 40 before before he vas knocked out of hounds, l.uni, Reid and Hay teamed up and on our line plays moved to tlie Zebras' 8. There the Pine Bluff defense dug n and held for Uirec downs. On ourlh down Lutes found Hutcher- on in (he open on the Pine BlufT 0 and hit him with a pass. Hutcher- loii was nailed in his tracks, apparently was roughed up a bit on tll£ ackle and he came up swinging. The infraction cost the Chicks an- illier scoring opportunily as a 15- varu persona] foul penalty was stepped off and Blytheville had the Morrison Mil fourth and 20 on Ihe Pine Bluff, Wilson .. !5. Lule-s passed to Robert Reid in lie flat with Reid moving for seven vmds and Pine Bluff look over on :io\vns. In the fourlli quarter the Chirks finally hit pay dirl. The louch- dmvn n:is sel up b.v Ihe recovery u( a /rura fumble on the Hayti Trounces East Prairie 11 - Indians Run Over Visitors 28 to 12; ' Bracken Shines By, Morris Williams Courier News Correspondent HAYTI, Mo., Oct. 8—Hayti's In dians drew scoring blood in ever; quarter here last night to take i 28-12 decision from East Prairie. The Indian offense, led last nigh by Kenny Bracken, proved it coul roll on the ground as well as I the air. \ Hayti counted in the first period when Bracken pushed over left tackle from 22 yards out. The drive, led by the running of Bracken and Locy Bush, slarted on - the Eagle Football Scores County Pine Bluff 30, Bli'theville I Whitehaveu IS, Oeceota 0 Kelser 6. lAixora 0 Wilson, 33, Shawnee ». Southeast Missouri Cape Girardeau 6, Perryvllle 0 Charleston 24, Jackson 7 ,. Caruthersville It, Portageville 6 Kennett 0, Poplar Bluff 0 (Tie) Sikcston 25, Cairo 6 'Hayti 28, Bast Prairie 12 Fredricktowii 12, Chaffee « RUco 19. Illmo-FYrnifelt 0 Maiden 0, Dexter 0 (Tie) Si»U Little Rock «, Hot Springs 1 El Dorado 39, North Little Rock 0 Subiaco 35, Riissellville o Van Biircn. 34, Sprlngdale 7 Rogers 39, Harrison 18 Greenwood 36, Dardanelle 14 West Memphis 7 Lepanto 6 Hughes 19 Gillette 0 Fayeteville 6 Port Smith 6 (tie) Lake village 28 Monlfcello 6 Jonesboro 24 Brlnkley 0 Wynne 24 Mariamia 6 McCrory 25 Earle 0 De Queen 28 Nashville 13 Rogers 39 Harrison 18 Smackover 39 Warren 0 Marked Tree 20 Han-isburg 0 Batesville 6 Beebe 0 Texarkaixa 7 Camden 6 Stuttgart 13, DeWltt 0 Marion 13, Trumann 0 Benton 13, Pordyce 6 Helena 18. Forrest City 12 Crossctt 21, Slav City 0 Barton 7, Hazen 0 Searcy 6, Newport 0 Lonoke 14. Bauxite 14 (tie). Hope 25, Mulvern 6 - breaks went against them. On the ground the Chicks were supreme. They racked up a lolal of 189 yards through rushing lo the Zebras' 170 and had it nol been for penalties Ihe margin would have been even greater. They were fined 75 yards in seven penalties and four of these cost Ihcm additional yardage by nullifying good gains. The- Zebras however had a well balanced club and smooth-working T formation offense. • The ha.ll handling of Jimmy Holmes who propelled their T was their biggest FSset and their defensive play against the heavier power-driven Blytheville team was good, Starling lineups and threw two touchdown passes as j •— the Pointers roared past their ' toughest district 1AA obstacle. Springdale. 34 to 7. Ken Carter and Phil Dixon sparked Little Bock's victory with two touchdowns piece. f:l Dorado's scoring spree was led bv Howard LeBlanc, -Aho ran 80 yards with an intercepted pass for u Inncndown', ami Billy Wayne Ballard, who crossed .the North tittle Rock goal twice. DEMON DEACON — O'Quinn led tlie country's pass receivers a year aj;o. tops the returning talent at Wake Fores! Garabaldi, Kecne Teamed to Wrestle Clements, Knox 35 a blocked punt. Notgrass' Pine Bluff l/>velnce Harvey Harrington . Fairwealher Campbell ... Brewer L. piren ... .1- Holmes Long Substitutions: Owen, Urn! Pos. .. b.E. x b.T. ,. L.G. .. C. • . ,. R.G. .. R T. ,. R.E. .. Q-B. .. H-B. H.B. F.B. Blylheville Gurlcy Lloyd Phillips .. Wmirterlich 1,^1 Canada's Weather Best In Several Seasons CALGARY (.'Fi — One of the world's slowest-action "thermometers" hns indicated that the Canadian climate, in western Canada at lea.^t. has been milder than nor- kick for the point was .good. Hayti added another score in the first period when Hugh Dorris, ace pass receiver of the Indians, grabbed a Bracken pass which was thrown from the 12 yard Hne._ Nelson bucked' over from the two on a quarterback sneak for the third marker and Nolgrass passed to Bracken for the point. Valkull Scores Enst Prairie scored in the second quarter when Falkoll, who was the Eagles' big offensive gun, climaxed a drive by plunging over from the one. In the third quarter, Bracken scampered around end for 20 yart^s and a six-pointer. The drive was featured by bull-like rushes into the line by Wickham who has been shifted from, a tackle slot to fullback. East ""rairie retaliated In the third c apter wh - Johnson nailed Bard with a pass on the Indian 35 and the latter went all the way. That ended Eagle scor-ng. The Indians p ; cked up a safety in the final period when Bush rushed Bard who ivj\'-_ standing near his soal line ;n deep puni formation Don Keene, younger brother of Bush k " nck ^ lhc hr11 im ,°. tll ^ re '\ d battline Charlev Krone mikes his ™' 1E whclc lt wns covere(1 "»' H «'Bh uauiiug WIMiie) XVI.UIIL. i[>,inui ills ^ ._ , 4Urt rt rfi«:«i- ,...i«j .. Keiser Edges Past Luxora By 6-0 Score KEISER, Oct. 8 — A 60-yird touchdown run by Captain John Felts on the opening play of the game gave the Keiser, Yellow Jackets their first win of the seasori here last night,. a 6 7 0 decision over the Luxora Pa nthe >rs. Felts slashed over his own left tackle from the Keiser 30 yard line and sidestepped his way over the remaining 60. yards for the lone score of the game. The Panthers, hit hard by penalties, came close to tying the score \ four , different occasions. They rove to within 12 yards 'of pay four.'.times after keiser's quick mchdowh.but couldn't quite make Bulldogs Power Way to Victory Single Wing too 'Much For Indians; Third Straight for Canines JOINER, Oct. 8. (.<P>—Wilson High School's Bulldogs, operating their precision, continued their winning single win offense with clock-lik« ways here last night by downing the Shawnee Indians 33-6. The Bulldogs' superior strength and depth was the big factor i'A their win. They poun'dert away iff^ the game Shawnee line to send their backs slashing through nica holes. Wilson scored in every quarter hut the third racking up llirlr first touchdown in the initial period, and scored twice In both the second and fourth quarters. Quarterback Howard Woodyard scored two of Wilson's five touchdowns and one of his passes ?e- counted for another. The other t > six-pointers-were picked p bf backs Jim Muncy and Edwin Webb. Wilson drew first blood scoring early in Ihe first quarter with Webb plowing over from the Shawnee 10 on a reverse and Howard Woodyard picked up the extra point off tackle. Shawnee bounced through to score its lone touchdown a few minutes later with quarterback I Sonny Hizgins passing to halfback ! Johnny Harrison from the Wilson 12. Score Twice In Second The Bulldogs tallied twice mor« in tiie second quarter, the (irst on a five yard biick by Woodyard. Tin second came a few minutes later .when Woodyard passed to Webb from the Shawnee 20. His pars to halfback Eugene Nixon 'accounted for the extra point. Alter playing" scoreless ball In the third quriiter Shawnee succumbed ,to Wilson's power plaj'j and tlie Bulldogs racked up two more tallies. Muncy scored the fourth counter In the early mi of [he period plowing over the three and Woodyard shook loose on a 15-yard run (or the final tally in the late minutes. The win was the third In a row for the Bulldogs and it left (hern the only undefeated team in the county. The loss was the second of the season for .the Indians against two wins: • ' Starling llncuns: return ; to the American •ican Legion's ) IJV1 ^ '' wre.stling ring here Monday night ^. s ^.. r after a lengthy absence. aj Kecne will be making his first appeal-mice here in more :lun a year when he teams with Ralph Garabaldi in n ta? match acainst Ray Clements and Buddy Knox The tg match will const Suite the main event of the Legion's- wrestling program. Dorris nnd the officials ruled it Young Keene has been toutrd as yti •i White I Notgrass . . ' Masterson . Dawson Pcndcrgrass Unit is Nelson .... Bracken ... mat. The thcrmnmctcr Is « number of Binders in the Canadian Rock- ""< <" , ,., . most " sc to con ' c ° M ol . l and ••headln by survey par dings" have been taken number of years. He is a 200-pouml- rlies, armed with trail- « and has wrestled professionally Garner! sits. Boyd 1 W- T- McFarlane. Calgary civil Hall 1 engineer, said after the recent slir- only a few years. Monday night's performance will be the second here for Clements Pinc Bluff—Sto Dnmier 1 -vey that the rale of recession on who mjide his de.bvit before Blyihc- .. I.ules: "ve Alberta glaciers since 1945 has vilte fans last week. He is a tough Linn-.averaged 100 feel a year. Measure- 1205-|iountler from Lnbbock. Tex., Heidi'"ent of the movprnenl of Ihe gin-land is considered one of Hie Reed. Oalester, Hunt, Bllzbee. Edgington. Williams, and Kfnman Blytheville — Gee. Anderson. Berry. Crincr Hutclierson. Droke, Mel Hay. Mack . and Gentry, officials Hn >'. HhiIT 10. '\Vilh Hay, Iti-id and I—Dukie Speck referee; Sterling l.uni carrying the mail, the Illy- Itieville forwards led the uay un tlie Chicks' longest .sustained drivr ill (lie night. Hay played through center for three yards und Lum found a big hole at tackle and scampered for a Urn down on the Pine Bluff 45 but he was injured on the play and had to he carried from the field. Reid and Hay in two cracks at the line picked up eight und Hulcher- 3iU ol 1U3.A PUUO.IB pit,} nil uo uos Pint! Illutf 25. Reid found the door open at tackle and picked up another first down man, umpire: Jerry Burns, head linesman: Jim Murrfaugh. field judge. Scoring touchdowns: pine Bluff— Holmes til and L. Owen Blytheville—Reid and Crincr (safety). Extra point—B;. Owen <2(. Game Statistics ciers was started b.v the Canadian | iicavj weights in the southwest. government 1D45. McFnrtane, Garabaldi and Knox are both vet- said there Is no Indication, how- 1 crans of, Mike Meroney's' programs, ever,.that the glaciers will continue : Garabaldi hails from St. Lotli> and to recede. Geologists have reported has a good following in this area. thai glaciers In other parts of the Prior to the main event the four Avorld made periodic advances and : arapplers will pair olf in two one- retreats with changes In climate i fall preliminary bows with O?ra- Each cycle is said to last about 35jbaldi meeting Knox and Keene bats' 61 ". Itllng Clements. Bush Wickham fos. L E. I. T. L G. C R G. R T. R E Q H H B. H B F.B East I'ra Eaves Hilton Parker Hurt .... Davis . J. Kennedy Hale Kenned Johnson Falkol .. . Bard B NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Bly^ Iheville School District No. 5, act ing through its Board of Directors has filed a petition with the Conn ty Board of Education of Missis sippi County. Arkansas, requcstin an increase iti the number of schoo lo ei!2ht. Said petition alleges tha directors in said District from si the District ViTis Vieevi recenUy great ly increased In size and poptllatioi and that it will be to the best in (.crests of the District to have th membership incrca-sed so that new ly added areas can be represente on the Board. ' A hearing will be conducted upo said petition at the next meetin first Downy Yds. Gnd. Rushlni Passes attempted Tasses completed Yds^ Gnd. passing Passes intercepted by Fumbles Fumbles rec. by B'ville P. 11 on the Zebras' 14. Bennie Gentry. : Punts who replaced the injured Lum, \ Avg. per punt weaved his way to the Zebras' nine 1 Kickolfs NOT FOR SOFTIES — M.ctg, (longny) Biasunn is minforteu by Trainer Krcddic Cuhen. and carried .froin Madison Square Garden track The explain of the llrooklyn sn Is' team injured her b.ick in nasty fall, had to ictire from yamo \\-jth Phil.^dc] ptiia-Bivnx fide in Holler Derby WoiW Series.. from where Keid lumbered lhnnli:h a hole at lelt guard all the way lo pay din. Gee's kick for extra point was blocked. Pine Bluff's final touchdown came a hltle move than a minute later. The Zebras took Blythevillc's kick on their own 10 and marched immediately tu their 20th point. Thite consecutive Hist downs put the bnll on the niytheviile 24 In possession of the Zebras. Long chunked a H- Penalties kickoff 189 6 3 39 0 4 2 3 SO 2 45 7 for Blytheville Lum . Reid Lutes Donner Hay Hutcherson Gentry Individual Rmwrts Tries Bluff 13 170 8 S 63 1 1 2 35 5 •446 4 for 43 yarder to quarterback Holmes on the 10 and he. practically walked over. The kick for extra point was blocked. Aeain Ihe Clilclis playeil (heir 'hesl game In the second half. Except for vine Bluffs lone • Holmes si'Inrer in Ihe fourlli quarter, i they completely dominated play j in (he final two periods but (he I fine Bluff Morrison Wilson n 9 1 Trips 8 Ond. 29 90 23 -1 13 26 9 189 Gnd. 95 37 41 -4 170 Avg. 3.1 6.4 2.5 -1 1.8 8.6 Avg. 12 3.33 8.83' -4 6.43 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWKS'I ADMISSION I'lUCE ANYWHBRE1 Reserved Seats on Sale a I Ihc Leeinn Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday " Monday, October TO ADULTS 50c••— CHII.DKION 15c Mew Sliirlinp; rime 8:15 K( JX SEATS loc KXTKA he grade- A little ''excitement was furnish- d after the game when fans piled ito the. field when' two players. 1 Nixon ^uared off after trie final whistle. Webb he commotion was cleared in n cw minutes but it broke out again s the two returned to the dressing ooms. Coach Bill Bell of the Yellow ackets was non.-commital on the hubarb but Coach Tye Adams of Luxora said this morning that the icident would be reported to the \rkansas Athletic Association for nvestigation. Wilson Pos. McDauiel L E. Dovglai '.. L, T. Forrester .... L G, .Garrett '..-p! . Keel ..-. :•.... B G: Wiirams R T. G. Woodyavd. R.K. H. Woodyard. Q B. H B. H B. Cash P B. Substitutions'. Wilson Sbawnea .... Welch Housaman . Laucierdalo Bell .. Haskett . Robiiisori . J. Adams .. Higgins . Harrison . E. Adams .... ,'Lar»e Alexander, Birch. Boyles, Muncy, Nelson, Stanrod, Robbins, Amundson. Ryals Jones and Crawford. Shawnee— fSulcer. Bi Childers, P. Guilders, S. Harrison, and Speck; First downs— Wilson 12, Shawnee 10. Penalized— Wilson 40 yds. Shawnee 10 yds. Officials—Hicks, referee; Carter, iim- pire; Watts, linesman; Kordsomier, 'ield jmige. business Women of Eight totes Hold Convention HOT SPRINGS. Ark., pel. 8—f/P) --The South Central regional con- ercnce of Business and Profession- il "women's Clubs moved into its hird day of activities here this morning. Abnut 800 delegates from Colorado, New Mexico. Missouri. Kansas. Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas are attending the four- day meeting Delegates yesterday were advised lhat more women should enter the professional fields and enter public :ervice. That came from Circuit Judge Snrah T. Hughes of Dallas, Tex. ' • • . The convention closes Sunday. of. the County Board of Education to be held at the Court House in Blytheville. Arkansas, at 2::JO p.m. on the 18 day of October, 1949 JO1YN MA YES. County. Supervisor For 3G consecutive miles, the Great Smokey Mountains In North Carolina are over 5,000 feet high Most Contagious ' ~ f. Foot-and-mouth disease probably the most widespread and co'n- agious of all infectious maladies of inimals, according to the Encyclo- RED FLAG — Communist China's new flag, sketched above, will be red, with five yeUo 1 stars in tlie upper left. The lar/ star symbolizes Corn muni Parly leadership. The smaller, stars represent the four classes, in '-hina—workers, farmers', petty bourgeois and national cap-' italisls. Claj [nrlm'fdl TAG MATCH DON KEENE and RALPH GARABALDI versus RAY CLEMENTS and BUDDY KNOX ! Also Two 1-Falt 30-Minute Matches Garabaldi vs. Knox Clements vs. Keene Announcement . ,\ \Ye Ai'e Pleased to Announce That Erwin Jones is now ..icred with our firm at a salesman SHELTON MOTOR CO.

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