The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1949 · Page 7
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 24, 1949
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JATUHPAT, SEPTEMBER 24, 194f BLTTHBTTIXg (ARK.)' COURTER M • • | | * ^ _ ' - PAGE SEVEN ' Hayti Han^ls^amtheKyille 13-7 Defeat; Osceola Walks Over Keiser 46-0 Fourth Quarter ~ Attack Pays Off Indians Score Twice In Final Period to Edge Old Rival* Hayti's Indians unleashed a fourth quarter passing attack which - netusd Ihem two touchdowns and Cnlc »8o a 13-7 vlclory over CarulhersvUle High School at Caruthersville last night. nth' "f,,""^ 11 ' 5 ' irst "I" over Car- New York. Wbersvllle since 1919, Indian Coach Boslon Underwood stated, tailing going into Ihe last quar- by * 7-0 score, Hayti's Ken- 'icth Bracken, with the ball on his own 40, faded and hit Hugh Dorris near the sideline with a perfect toss. The lanky Dorris gathered the ball in on about the Caruthersville 30 and outdistanced two Caruthersville defenders to score. Notgrass' kirk for the point was perfect and the score stood at 7-7. Bracken hlmsef counted for the winning touchdown with less than a minute to play in the final quarter when he plunged over from the one foot line. Maslerson, Haytl tackle, set the stage for the final score when he intercepted a Tiger pass on his 30 and ran ten yards. Bush passed to Bracken and the latter advanced to Ihe Caruthersville 34. Dorris look a Bracken heave on the Tiger 20. Bush rammed lo the 16'and Bracken look a pass from Notgrass who moved from his tackle slot to tailback, for a first down on the four yard line. Dorris "received a flip over the line and was downed one foot from Ihe goal. Bracken's scoring plunge followed. Notgrass' kick for the point was blocked by Morgan and seconds later the game ended with a Haytl victory. Caruthersville's one man gang, Aobert Cantrell. started the ball filing for the Tigers and accounted for their first score with four minutes of play remaining in the first half. Cantrell Shine* The elusive, hard-driving Cantrell took a Hayti punt on his.own NAT10NA1 LEAGUE W L t. Louis (Kj 54 Irooklyn 93 55 Philadelphia 78 71 Boston 72 75 New York ,,. 71 77 Pittsburgh 64 82 Cincinnati 60 87 59 89 AMERICAN LEAGUE W I- 93 53 91 55 Detroit 86 6H Cleveland 82 M Philadelphia 18 88 Chicago 61 85 St. Louis 50 M Washington 4.7 100 44 and ran it back to mldfield. He then went off tackle for 23 yards and a first down on the Hayti 27. Hedge added six and then Cantrell took over and carried four times, going over from the four. Waldron plunged for the point and with both teams playine alr- tiaht defensive football, trie 1 Tigers' 7-0 lead at halftime looked as if It might- be enough. Shortly 'after the Caruthersvijle touchdown, the Tigers again threat- filed to score. After taking the kickoff. Haytl lost ten on a Statue of Liberty and was forced to punt. After taking the punt back to Ihe Hayti 40. Cantrell tossed to Mead for a first down on the Havti 18 and Cantrell then ran to the .12. .There the threat was halted by the end of the first half. The Hayti offense, led by Bracken and Bush, could move the ball one or two yards at a crack while on the ground and it wasn't until Utt fourth quarter passing attack fCT under way that the Indians' offense began eating up yardage. Both the Indian and Tiger lines plaved aggressively on defense and aside from Cantrell's short plunges and runs, neither team found much success in moving the ball on the ground. Mastcrson, Pendergrass, oawson and Wickham were prominent defensive factors in Bre Underwood's Havti line while Watkins, Jones jlnd Bostic were among the lops in the tough Tiger line. The linevos: CarnthersTillr. Pos Hayti Camp L E. .. Mastcrson Jones L.T. ..Pendergrass Plunk L.G. ... Notgrass Mehrle C Dawson Watkins R.n. .Cunningham Bostic R.T. .. Wickham Jarielt R. B White Cantrell .... Q.B Dorris Wildron H.B Bracken Scad H.T1 Nelson Hedge P.B Bush Substitutes: Caruthersville—Morgan, Pike, Goodin. Panky, Johnson, Powell, Gaither. Hayti—cobb, Cooper. McCrary, Howard, Chisnl. Officials: Ed Pickens (Ark. Slate), referee: Dorse Keller (Ark. State), linesman; Hosca McDaniels (Ark. State), umpire. N E W Box Opens Week Days 7:W p.ra. Matinee Saturday & Snnda.vA M.-SBH. 1 p.m. Cont. Shewing Manila, Ark. EVER* NIGHT HOW THEY Pet. .633 .628 £32 .490 .480 .438 .408 .399 Pet .637 .623 .571 .562 .531 .418 .336 .320 Yestprdav'j Results ._ NATIONAL LEAGUE No games scheduled AMKKIOAN I.KAOHE- Washington 9-1, New York 8-1 (first game 10 innings, second seven) Detroit 5. Cleveland 0 Chicago 4. St. Louta 1 Oniy games scheduled SOUTHERN LEAGUE (Playoff) Nashville 10, Mobile 4 Today s Games NATIONAI LE/«iUE Philadelphia a! Brooklyn (night) Boston at New York Pittsburgh at Cincinnati Chicago at St. Louis (night) AMKKIOAIM I.KAUUB Detroit at Cleveland New York at Boston (Only games scheduled SOUTHERN LEAGUE Nashville at Mobile Inighl) Macias and Knox Teamed to Meet- Welch, Garabaldi Mat veteran Buddy Knox will return to the Blytheville wrestling ring Monday after a long absence when lie teams with Gorilla Macias in the lag match main event of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium. Knox and Macias will meet Ralph Gara baldi and Joe Welch hi the 90-mimUe time limit, best two of Uu - ee lalls tag bout. This will be Knox's first appearance heie in more than a year. A rugged veteran, he is considered one of the toughest in the game today and is respected In wrestling circles. The other three men on Monday night's card have perTorriied here recently. GarnbaldL conies here from Memphis where he has been performing on Promoter Les Wolte's program. In addition to the tag match mam event there will be two one-fait preliminary bouts with Garabaldi meet- Ing Macias in the first and Knox opposing Welch in the second. Labor Government Risks Confidence Vote in Parliament LONDON, Sept. 23. (fl>J-The labor government decided today lo slake its life on a vote of confidence in the House of Commons. Parliament meets In special session Tuesday for a three-day debate on the cheapening of the pound. A source close to [he cabinet dts- closed the decision by the Kovern- mcnt to force a vote of confidence. If the government loses, it must resign. That would mean a new general election immediately. Because of the Labor Party's top- heavy majority in Commons sue/ a setback is unlikely. Wilson Defeats Luxora 32 {o 13 Bulldogs Push Over In Every Ptriod to Take Opening Game WILSON, Sept. 24 — Tile Wilson High School Bulldogs scored In every quarter lo defeat the Luxora Panlhers 32-13 In Die first game of Hie season lor both tennis here 'asl night. Ttie Bulldogs pushed across single markers in (he tirsl, second and fourth periods and scored twice in the third lo annex Iheir first win o! the season. Luxora scored us two touchdowns In Hie second and third periods. ! The game was strictly nn offensive battle with Ihe Bulldogs Pitting their single wing against the Notre Dame plays of the Pan- lhers. Nrithcr team mustered too strong a defense until the final quarter when (he Bulldogs almost completely controlled play. The Bulldogs drew first blood sinking quickly in the first quarter. Quarterback Howard Woodyard crossed over for Wilson midway la climaxing a sustained drive that started deep In Ihe Bulldog's territory. , The Panthers tied It up in the opening minutes of the second period on three consecutive pass completions with halfback Rutherford doing the pitching. lie completed two to halfback Gray that netted 21 yards. His third toss was good to end Conner on Ihe goal Hue and Bennetl plowed Into the end zone on a quarterback sneak. Woodyard on l.on£ Jaunt to gobble up the 20 remaining yards Woodyard set up the second Wilson touchdown by returning Luxora's after touchdown kick oil 62 yards, from his own 30 to the Pamlieia 1 J8. Three plays gni-e the Bulldogs a first down on the seven and from there halfback Edwin Wefol) scored around end on a handoff. At halftimi Wilson held a 12-6 lend. Wilson's third touchdown wn.s ,.ct up on the recovery of a Luxora fumble early In Ihe third period on the Panthers' 25. Two plays later Woodyard raced over .tackle to gobble up Ihe 20 remaiug yards to pay dirt, wood ran for the extra point to give Wilson a l'J-6 lead. Taking the klckotf on the 25 the Panthers tried two line plays to no avail and then Rutherford hurled, a screen pass lo Gray at the line of scrimmage and the 180- pouhder raced "Ihe 'remaining 75 NEW YORK, Sept. 24. </P)-One hobbled grounder next Monday could conceivably cost the Yankees the American League Pennant and a large wad of dough. ... And after seeing what the football Yankees' and Los Angeles Dons did to the stadium turf Thursday night playing I surprising ground ball take a bad hop In Hint the rain, It wouldn't be to see more than one Important game Sox. . , . Wlint's against the worse, from Red the . , viewpoint of the closely-allied baseball and football Yanker the gnte for the 'football game wasn't enough to pay expenses, much IMS make up for the )xjssihle loss of the pennant. Xrftlleworlf Depl. Outside of beating his old tutor Jess Nrely tonight, there probably Isn't anything Clemson's Frank Howard would like belter Ihan lo have Bill absent from the Wake Forest lineup when Clemson plays the Deacons, . . . But when Gregus was mysteriously missing from school a couple of weeks ngo, Howard couldn't resist lemnlatioii ... lie wired Pcalicad Walker, Wake Forest coach: "With rosards to Grcgus, suggest yon give his a •Nub*. Smith type scholarship.". Smith, I' seems, Is the kid all the Southern conference coaches were after n couple of years ago. Walker landed him. . . . Maybe it wns jusl coincidental that Gregus rejoined the Wnke Forest .squad the rtny after Walker got the telegram. Sporlspourri Georgia Tech, which lost to Ten- nescc and Alabama last season on wet turf, hns bought a nvlon cover for its gridiron Wisconsin's Ivy Williamson Is more than happy over the discovery of John Coatta, soph quarterback from Dearborn Mich., atul Kiski. . . Coatla is a smooth T-format ion operative and. says Ivy, "a real take-charge guy." . . . . Virgil Barnes, half of the brother pitching act that worked for the Giants some ?5 years ago, is an artist of note with a sludin in Wichita, Kas. Brother Jess is police captain in El Dorado, Kfts. Blue Devils Edge Shawnee13lo7 Two Last Quarter Touchdowns Gives Indians First Lots JOINER. Sept. 24 - The Wesl Memphis Blue Devil* scored two touchdowns In the fourth quarte- (o edge out the Shawnee Indians 13-7 in the Tribe's first home showing of the season horc night. After trailing 1-o IhroiiRhout the first tine quarters the Blue Devils came to life aller five minutes of the final period lo score the winning tallies. ThHr first marker was scored by halfback Preston Cnrpen- (er who plunged off tackle from the Shawnee 12 to hit pay dirt standing «|). Cnrpriilcr tried end for the extra point but wns slopped short A few minutes later the Indlnns, lending by a narrow 7-fi margin opened .1 passing- aftork deep In their own Ipi-rllory. Sonny HlKRliu, Shawnee nuarlerbnck hit halfback Johnny I'-'iTison with one on (he Shnw- nec 25 and he raced to Ihc 35 only to fumble and llic Blue Devils recover. On the next play Shiuvncr wiis penalized 15 yards to the 20 for defensive holding and then the Blue Devils opened their passing attack. McKni?ht tossed two .short ones complete to the Shuwnce 10 from whore Carpenter plowed over tackle a^ain to score. Indians Srore First Shawnep's lone (ally camp In the first quarter on a beautiful 80-yard punt return by halfback Eddie Adams [he first time the- Indians got Ihe ball. Adams took the pnnt on Ihe Shawnee 20 and behind good, blocking raced down the sideline all the way. Johnny Harrison plunged for the extra point. The line play ol end Bill Welch, tackle Aubrey Robertson and guard Mclvin Hn.sketl: (he line backing of Captain Paul Bell and the running of Sonny Housaman who divided Ills lime between defensive tackle and fullback, were the brightest features of fhe Indians' play. For the Blue Devils Ihe running or Carpenter, the pa.ssing of Mr-Knight and line play of Ca'?le mid Allen were the strongest points. back Bill Ryals crossed on a straight buck from the five to climax another sustained rtnve. The kick for extra point was blocked. l.uxnra pos Wilson Conner L.E McDaniel White L T Douglas Looney L.G Keel Tucker C Garrctt Tale R.o. .. Annmdson Hickersou ... R.T Williams Lunsford R E. . G. Woodyard Bennett CJ B. . H. Woodyard Rutherford .. H. B Nixon Gray H. B Webb McAdoo P.B Cash Substitutions: Luxora — B. Tate, Cunningham and Hollinger. Wilson — Muncy, Forrester, BoyJes, Alexander, Goble, Ryals and Birch. First Downs — Luxora 6, Wilson 9. Penalties — Luxora 30, Wilson 25. Officials — Speck, referee; Slotls, umpire; Callihan, linesman. Howard . Allen . ... Gore MrKiilght Willhims . Carpenter Beimitli WVakend N'oln ] Shocks Brad Rowland, touted as a little Caele all-America prospect by McMnrry • Tribble College of Abilene. Tex., averaged' more than seven yards on 18 tries in a losing pcame against Tutsa last week and three times tackled Tulsa runners returning his own pi'nts McMurry also has an end. l« Co" •" *'an, who is 6-5 and weiKlis 240 yards completely outrunning the Who said little? Wilson team lo score. Bennett picked up the extra point on a sneak. Late in Ihe Ihird period the Bulldogs' forward wall broke through to block a Luxora punt on the Panthers' 12 and the bull rolled all the way to the one with a Wilson player covering. Tailback. Eugene Nixon cut over tackle on the first play for Wilson's fourth touchdown. The Bulldogs' final tally came in the fourth quarter when reserve West Memphis P os. .LE. .IT .LO Confederate Veteran, 102 Finds Travel Today Fast JONESBORO, Ark., Sept. 24. (,Ti Travel is a lot different today than It was when W. M. Loiidermllk first Cflme to Arkansas. It took him several month* to reach Arkansas from North Carolina just after the Civil war. Today the Confederate veteran, who will be 102 years old next month returned from n 15-dny tour of three states, covering 1.000 miles. He and his wife, ta, visited relatives In Tennessee. North Carolina d bGe ° rBia ' trave "'ng by liain conservatives.^ 189. The remainder are held by liberals and splInUr parties. But there has been loud grumbling from its huge trad" union wing ' „, " ,. --.. u - —, ul , »>IIK "tic last nignt wnen sn °r ^.KS"? °' «. ri * C ".' l . he st ""* «""- to » car while Girl in West Memphis Killed by Automobile WEST MEMPHIS, Ark., Sept. 24— Wj—Miss Louise Cox, 20, was killed here last night when she was Second Degree Murder Sentence is Appealed • LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 24-MV- Gerald Reddell appealed to the Arkansas Supreme Court yesterday from a second degree murder conviction and a 21 year penitentiary sentence Itniwscd In white County Circuit Court. Reddell wn.s found guilty Julv 28 in connection with the death of Ed Williams last May 7. The stale contended Williams died after Reddell struck him with a pool cue In a Pangburn pool hall. Reddell pleaded sell defense. Marriage Liceneses cost of living as a result of de. There also is a big bloc of left wingers In Commons who have been increasingly discontent with party policy. ing Broad Street. Police Chief Bud Holland The following couples obtained marriage licciucs at the oflicc of „.,., .Miss Elizabeth Blylhe, county clerk, [yesterday: said! Thurman Sheals of Blytlieville Bobby Trcecc and Miss Thclma Smith .both of Blylheville. - ~.._*, u ..*t:i jjuu jiuii-iiiii omul .* uui iiLiiii out-am i»i m^Llievilie she had just gotten off Ihe Memphis land Miss Helen Williams of Luxora. Wesl Memphis bus when the ac-' n~*,t... ™ —. ,,:„ „«. cident happened. Saturday "SOUTH OF RIO »lth Mwit* Hale Ah* Saturday Owl Show "MURDER IN THE RUE MORGUE" with Bela l.*t Ate* Short* Sunday * Monday "GAL WHO TOOK TO THE BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARE! WRESTLING J.OWES'1 ADMISSION PRICE ANVWHKREI Reserved Seats rm Safe it Ihe l^ion Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday Monday, September 26 ADULTS 50c — CHILDREN I5e New Stirling I'ime 8:15 BOX SEATS If* KXTRA IT«i lnH«*<«4| TAG MATCH RALPH GARABALDI and JOE WELCH vtraus * BUDDY KNOX ond GORILLA MACIAS Abe Two 1-Fall 30-Minut* Match** Goraboldi Macias Knox Wdch ..C ... ..PG.. .RE.. .QR., .HB.. Shawnee .. J. Adams . Holisainaii .LAuderdale Hell . . Muskell. . Robertson Welch .. . Higghw . E. Adarn.s . J. I'arrlson . La Rue Substitutions: West Memphis — Knox, Secor, Naylor! Trccc. Garrclt, Floyd and Stevens. Shawnee — S. Harrison. L. Spet*. and Snlcer. Officials: Hicks, referee: Bullet 1 , umpire; Clemens, linesman. Arkansas to Attemot To Collect Income Tax From Tobacco Firms LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 24. WJ— Stiilo Revenue Commissioner Dean' Morfey .said yesterday that Arkansas is attempting to collect several hundred thousand dollars in state income tax from Inrge tobacco manufacturers. He said a conference will be lirld with representatives of several large tobacco firms here next week. W. R. Orton, income lax supervisor of the deportment, said rn&liy companies ship cigarettes to commercial warehouses here and re- shlpmenl lo wholesalers and merchants Is made by agents. Orton said he has been informed that other stales collect a state income («.\ from companies whenever rcshipmcnt Is made within the slate. Tile department's legal division has ruled that only companies engaging in Inlerstnte commerce by shipping directly to wholesalers or merchants are not subject lo state income tax, he added. the Lowell Thomas Injured NEW YORK. Sept. 24 r/T',~I,oif- ell Thomas. 57, author, newscaster and traveler, was seriously injured when thrown from a horse In a steep mountain pass In the Himalayas. Ills office said yc.stenlay. Yankees in Boston for Crucial Two-Game Set with Red Sox B.T Ralph Ro4«t H Auoclalrd Press Sporl> Writer The New York Yankees, showing signs of weariness, enter the lair of Iheir only roadblock lo Ihe American League pennant- — the Boston Red Sox — today. •loe McCarlhy's Red Sox, riding a seven game winning streak, trail the Vanta, who have last two oul of their last three starts lo second division clubs, by two Rallies. McCarthy lias his two 20-game winners. Kills Kinder and Mel Parnell ready for the Yank Invasion Kinder CKi-S) Is scheduled (a pllcli the series opener today with the lefthaiuled Pn-.iell (24-7) lo go Sunday. I.efly Ed l.opat (15-81 has been selected to work for the Yanks auaijist Kinder with Allle Reynolds (17-6) to match skill with Parnrll. Following their two-gume clash In Boston (he two contenders will mt-el :^aln | n New York on Monday to play off a previously postponed game, .-|i tangle again in New York npxt Saturday and Sunday In the final BB me.s of Ihc season for both leanis. A Red Sox sweep In Iheir home lot will move Boston Into a firm saoq iiaiii piuo.vv Miorr -an annul 93-55 won and lost rec- the Yanks take both would virtually assure identical ords. Should Barnes 11 them the flag since they would enjoy a four-game lead with only six games lo play. Meanwhile, (he St. Louis Cardinals and the Brooklyn Dodgers resume their pennant bids In the National League. Card* PUT Oubi The Cardinals. leading the Dodgers by a half game, enlcrtaln the place Chicago Ctms In a nlBht game while the Dodgers play host to third place Phllndelnhla Phils nmlcr the ligliLs nl Ebbets Plchl. The National League was Idle yesterday. The Yanks divided a doublchead- er with the last place Washington Senators, losing the len Inning opener. 9-8. but bouncing back to take the seven Inning nightcap. 1-1. Sid Hudson's pop fly single, which dropped belwecn Tommy llenrlch and Oeorge Sllrnwelss with the bases loaded and two out In the tenth cost Ihe Yank: the first [fame. I.cfty .loe Page who blew a 9-7 fend lo Chicago In (he ninth Inning Wednesday, went down to his tev-nlh defeat when he relieved In the eighth and blew an 8-8 lead. Sid Hudson picked up. his seventh victory. The Yanks went to town early In the nightcap, scoring twice In the first round on three Washington errors. They peppered Mickey Harris and Lloyd Hlllle for 11 lilts with Billy Johnson collecting Tour. Pied Sanford. » HOO.OOO disappointment. throttled Washington on four hits In bagging his seventh victory. Two night games were played In the American League. Virgil Trucks turned in his 19th victory us he pitched Ihe Detroit Tigers lo a 5-0 five-hit victory over Cleveland. 'The Chicago White Sox downed the St. Louis Browns. 4-1. behind the Pine Bluff Runs Over Fordyce By 61-7 Score «.» The Arkansas high school fooltall . fovr-hlt pitching perl. . . of Randy Gum- Serious Gas Leakage Found at Two Schools LITTLE HOCK. Sept. 2-1. l/Ti— State Boiler Inspector M. L. Blair .•raid yesterday two serious school explosions may have been prevented by the program of Inspecting liquefied gns systems of schools In the slate. lie reported that serious leakage of liquefied gns hns been discovered at the Glendalc High School at Star City ami at a consolidated school in the Magnolia District. An Arkansas disaster comparable lo the New London, Tex., school blast In 1936 could have resulted from presence of the highly ex- | plosive gas beneath the two schools, he said. | He reported his department Is rushing Inspection of the 200 liciue- i fled gas systems In schools of the ' state, but to dale had found only the two cases of serious leakage. powers may have to move over to rnnke room for Ihe return of an old comrade—Pine Bluff. The Kebj-as registered Iheir second non-big six vlclory In as many starts by overpowering Fordyce 61'. last nlKht. Mtllc Rock, Ihe Bin Six fai-orltc beit the same team l>y Just five more poltils week The Tigers of I.itlle Rock mticle it two in a row by thumping okla, homa Oil Classen, 12-0. on the strength O f Ken Cnrlcrt two touchdown plunpps. El Dorado's Wlldciils. likely to figure with Ihe Tigers and Ihe Zebras In a lluec-team race for Big Six honors. dr>wn-i Hone. 13-0. for win No. 3. Howard Eason scored both touchdowns, and Hilly Wayne BalHrd's passing aided In scUinB them up. The Van Buren Pointers continued to look like the class of the state's Dniible-A division. They blanked Port Smllh ol the Big six 18-0, with Ployd Sagely lending Ilie way. Sanely, a powerful fullback, scored once and gnvc Iho Gi-lzxly line misery throughout. not Springs already has equalled Its 1948 victory lolal—two. The Tro- Jans, unbeaten hut still nnle.ited hi Big Six competition, pounded out a 12-0 decision over Arkadelplila. Smackover's Buckaroos. state Class AA runners-up a year ago. Jumped to *n early lead In the District Seven chase by Ihe narrowest of margins, H-13 aver Magnolia Plunges by Thomas and Johnson. ralb<r than placekick.v gave Ihe Bucks llielr extra points. In R District One AA clash, the r-ase wllh which Sprlngdnle marled Payettevllle, 34-6. was a mild upset. Southwest Teams Open Compaians Today, Tonight DALLAS, Sept. 24. (IF,— The first of the three bfg Intel-sectional Saturdays brings all Southwest Conference learns Inlo season action. One game this afternoon mid six lonlght open Ihe rampalgn full blast.. Three of (lie lengNc's seven members played first games last week-end. Texas is in Philadelphia to play Temple this afternoon. Tonight Rice whacks at ciem- fion'.s great unbeaten record at Houston, Texas Christian battles Oklahoma A. »nd M. at Fort Worth, Baylor langlcs with South Carolina at Waco and Southern Methodist play* Wafce Forest at Dallas In sectional struggles, Arkansas lakes on North Texas State at Little Rock and Texas A. and M. tries to break a losing streak that lias extended over « season nnd a half against Texas Tech at San Antonio. Vols' Home Runs Whip Bears 10-4 in Playoff MOBILE. Ala., Sept. 24. TAP) — The Nashville Vols banged out live home runs and whipped the Mobile Bears. 10-4. last night. The victory gives the Vol.i a two U> one lend In the final round of the Southern Association playoffs Ihe fourth game of the scries will Seminoles Hang Up Third Victory Spiers Completes Four Our of Eight Passes to Ltad Way On a field dampened by excexir* dew. Osceola's SemlnolM shelved 1U powerful passing attack «nd dropped Reiser's Yellow Jackets by • 46-0 score at Hale Field Jn O»c«ola, last night. • The dampness gave rise to m«ny fumbles and Tommy Spiers, Seml- I'ole quarterback, tossed only eight passes during the night. He completed four. Bui his running mates more than made up for Hie absence of a JMM- i"B attack as Harvey Hill, Dunn, Shuneyfelt and Paul Stllwell repeatedly ripped off long gtlru through the Keiser line. Coach Rube Boyce used «v«ry player on his bench during the night Osceolx had a 3,1-0 halftlme letd Spiers gave Osceola fans a look at Ills running talents during th» tilt, several times he faked P&SMI and then took off on long jaunt* Hill and Dunn both performed '.veil in broken field running »n<t Ktilwell turned in one of hli beft pnmcs «j he tore off nice gain* through the Keiser line. The contest was slowed som»- wliat due to penalties. The official! called numerous backfield In motion penalties on the Scmlnoles. The Semlnoles will travel to West Memphis next. Friday. be played here tonight The sap of a sugar maple I* 05 per cent water, for cray q,, ar t of syrup produced, the tree lose. 10 gallons of Football Scores County Osceoln 45, Kelsee 0. West Memphis 13, sluwnw n Oyess 7, Trumarm 6. Wilson 32, Luxora 13, Soullicasl Miwourl Sikcslon 31, chafee 7. Kennett 26, Maiden 0. Doxler 13; East Prark t. Jackson 0, Houston ». Central of Cape 18; Illmo-For». fell o. Charlesloji 25, Cairo 0. 1'oplar Bluff 20; West plain f. Hayll 13, Caruthersville T. State Pine Bluff 61, Fordyc» T. Little Hoclc 12, Classen Hl»h ». El Dorado 13, Hope 0. Van Buren U, Port Smith ». Hot Springs 12, Arkadelphla «. Smackover 14, Magnolia 13. Springdale 34, Payetteville *. Ashdown 19, Murfreesboro ». Paragould 19, Corning T. Batesvllle 7 f Marked Tree ». Morrillon 20, Dardanellt «. Benton 19, Catholic High 13 EI«HW 14, Barton 7;- Harri.ion 7, Rujselivllle «. Nashville 19, Jonesboro 7. Camcten 13, Mulvern 1J. Conway 14, Bnuxltt I. Stuttgurt 21, Warren ». Wynne 48, Brlnkley 0. VIllRhe.s 26, Earle 0 . Newport 21, Helena «. Beebe 6, Walnut Ridge «. Truman to Witntst Parachute Maneuvers \ WASS1NGTON, Sept. 24. f/P)_ President Truman will fly to Fort Bragg, N. C., Oct. 4 to review troop* and witness parachute maneuver, of the 82nd Airborne Division Presidential Press Secretary liarlcji O. nos.s said yesterday Mr Truman will leave Washington In e plane "Independence," about 8:45 e.m. It Is about one hour »nd 15 minutes night to Ft. Bragg. Mr Truman plans to return to Washington that evening. Secretary of the Army Or«y and den. J. Lawton Coollns. Army chief o( staff, will accompany the President along with members of th» White House sun. In order to distract their pur- i suers. some species of lizard d«their tails when In danger BY FELIX CAWCY i"Th« world i« full of willin, " i I peopl.," »y, H»nn«h. "H»H *r* I f wifling f o work «nd «>• otW K*H i re reaa.T, wllUn, >nd »hl« lo supply ri>« with everjlhinr fine in the appliance Hn*. Come In now . . , we'll shnw you how. fXftKTKAD/O SAifS AAfD Sf»w_ BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. o I MOW Phone the Load Off Your Back! 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