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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 12, 1949
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BLrrHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER'N^WS Berry Injures Knee, May be out Friday; Paps in Good Shape Blyihe'ville's none too rosey football picture was given an even darker hue prior to the Chicks' big game with Joues- boro when Jim Berry, the Tribe's big 205 pound senior tackle reinjured a Imrt knee in scrimmage yesterday afternoon. Berry re-injured a cartilage jn his left knee during » •crimmage session yesterday and had to retire from practiced-The injury probably will keep him but of action for •everal days. Berry, .who was a regular tackle lft«t;s«ason, injured his knee early In the season and saw but limited action against • Little Rock and Pine Bluff. However' the knee was Just beginning to come around and he .was being counted on for R considerable amount of service against Jonesboro Friday night. ,Bill Bbyd, a 210-pound Junior who has been filling in al Berry's lackle since the Injury, Is'being groomed to take over' the slot In Friday night's- game. Boyd has seen considerable servicr. In all three of the Chick's names ' thus far and last week. started in place of Berry against Pine Bluff. The C'nicks witnessed another grueling scrimmage yesterday, working on both offense and defense. Considerable time tt'fls spent on tackling drills prior to the scrimmage, as Coach Mosley attempted to'correct ore of .the Chicks' biggest .weaknesses. T« Wind lip Today "The'Chlcks will climax their hard pre-name drills this afternoon and will.taper off with a light limbering up .-.V-exercise tomorrow afternoon. They will leave ,for Jonesboro Frid&y afternoon. Coach Mosley has another rough •es&ion lined up for this afternoon and' Js expected to spend considerable time In working of Jonesboro's tricky Missouri T offense All week h» has ran his tribe against Jonesboro defenses pickim" out the »eak •pots and testing the Chicks' Notre Dame plays against them. Gopher Center AP's Choice as Top Lineman NEW YORK, Oct. 12—M';—Clayton Tonnemaker, rugged 240-pound Minnesota center, was selected today as the lineman of the week Iu the third Associated Press poll of the season. Tonnemaker's devastating play »- gainst Northwestern on Saturday won him top hoiiorc. He was outstanding on defense as line-backer and made many important tackles. Minnesota iron, 31-7, and In the words of U'OH Heap, assistant North-' western coach, "it was that Toime- maker who wrecked us in tlie first half." Minnesota held a 14-0 lead »t the half. In the opinion of George Svenct- sen, . Minnesota assistant coach, "Tommy is the best college center and best, pro prospect I ve e\er seen. Minnesota never has had an all-Ameiic;nn centei, but romm> will coirect that " Tonne«iaker joins Howard Halts, ton, Harvard tackle, and Art Weiner, North Carolina end, who gained the lineman award in the firsi two polls. Others \\lio receive high praise for their plaj last neck Included William and Maiyi, 2J5 pound le, Lou Creeltmur, %ho made On another section of the Chicks' f' .V 011 ,?£""?'"'• * ho made lb Ith Street training field Coach lat *' es although playing only part Wth Zarl Stabler sent his' junior Papooses through their final rough practice before their game with the Paragould Bulipups here : tomorrow night. The Paps witnessed a long offensive scrimmage arid worked on their aerial plays during yesterday's session which ceuld be an Indication that Stabler will try the air against | the .Greene Countians. Paps in Good Form AU of the Paps were back m harness yesterday and Coach Stabler 1 ! junior tribe appeared in fine physical form for their third game of the season. The Paps have been forced to work without scouting information the Paiagould juniors and are anticipating' anothei tough b«ttle. Coach John" nouthlt's Bulipups Jiuve • record of one Me against two defeats so far 'this season In the|r-opening game' they lost,'to the Marked Tree juniois 12-0, the following week they tied the same club 6-6 and in their last oulmg that lost to Newport's Junior 'Greyhounds 14-0. The Paps have a lecord of no wins against two losses losing 10 Jonesbo'ro 20-~ and to the Snovtden juniors of Memphis last week 19-6 of the game against Virginia itary; Bob Jablonskl Yale guard, and J. D. Ison, Baylor end. Ison cfliJghl seven passes out of seven for M yards against Ark- Staie Golf Champion In Texas Women's Meet Frankie Parker To Leave Ranks Of Net Amateurs .NEW YORK, oct U-W- Flan kle Paiker will begin playing tennis for money instead of fun The 33-year oltl LOS Angelej, let eran is scheduled to sign a member 'of•••the- professional net troupe that will feature Jack Kramer and Pancho Gonzales. The tloupe, managed b\ (01 mer champion Bobby Riggs, will mike Ms first -stand Oct. 25 at Madison Sqtiare Garden Prank,, twice winner of the U.S. Championship and • holder of a down other asMwted titles, Grammar School Football to Open Central Tide Meets Yarbro in First Tilt of '49 Season '' Tlie Blj'ihevllle Y's Grammar School Football league will openIts 1949 season tomorrow afternoon with (he Central Crimson Tide meeting Yarbro at Little Par); on East Walnut Street, .7. p. oanolt, Y director said today. The game Is scheduled /or 4 o'clock. . The grammar school loop, designed to broaden the grade school Athletic program in Blyihevllle, and to teach yoiing athletes the fundamentals of football, will be .witnessing its third year ol operation this year. It was inaugurated In 1947 bj the Chlekayaw Athletic Club, The grade school program Is open to all fifth and sixth grade boys of the four grammar schools lii the Blythevllle school district. The other two teams hi (he league are Sudbury and I^ange. Tide Slroiij Central's Tide, which has been one of the top teams In the league since its founding .is- coached this year by two filythcvllle High school students Larry French and Darrell Lloyd. The Yarbro team Ls coached by the Rev. Leroy Henry, pastor of the Ynrliro Methodist Church.'. Mr. Garrot said that at present no 'permanent schedule of games has been drawn up in hopes that one of the games each week can be played as a preliminary to Blythe- vllle High School home games, on Friday nights. ••'..'• The Ccnlral-Yarbro tilt will be the only one this R'eek, Mr.,Garro"tt said. Lange wa.s slated to meet the defending champion Sudbury. team in the tv,o teams' first games, Friday afternoon but it was postponed until Monday afternoon due to the Cliicks-Jonefiboro tilt in Jotiesboro Friday night. Notion's Top Grid Coaches to Pay Homage to Stagg SELINSGROVE. Pa., Oct. 12. (If, —They're planning a rousing big celebration here Oct. 22 for the 'grand old man .of footlmll," ' who at 87 still feels he's "too young to retire. . . Invitations Imve been sent. out to more than 100 of the nation's top grid coaches to Join In paying homage to Amos Alonzo Stagg on his 60th consecutive year, .in col lege coaching. . A testimonial dinner, torch light parade; rally and the Su.sriuehana- Upsala homecoming game are scheduled in honor of the man who i.s considered football's greatest in ventor as well as a symbol for tliaraetei and sportsmanship. Slngg played his collegiate football under the famed Waller Camp Yale in 1888-89. In 1887, he pitched the Eli baseball team to 2-1 victory over -the old Boslon Nationals' and turned down several major, league offers. He began his pisskiii tutoring at Springfield (Mass.) College in 18M> , . receive $500 a week for a six month i_I«o jears Inter, he moved to tin period. The troupe tti cities. ui8gs . announced Parker's agreement to sign yesterday Automotive Ilini If front tires on your automobile tom IflOi-lJiiueisily of Chicago where he lield s«a\ 'or 40 years. When a re llrement was suggested by university officials, he resigned and ac ceptec! a position at the College of the Pacific in'California. There he was selected "coach of the year" in 1941'Three' Spanish Peanuts in a Quart Jar Help Maj. Hoople Pick Tula he Over Irish Editors' Note—Major Amos B. Hoople, Immortal comic strip character, has been employed by the NBA to give weekly gridiron predictions of Ihe nation's nMjor games. This is the second .of a series of prognostications by the world's up-, set champion.) By Major Amos R. iioopl* •'• Kx-'l'imekeeptr— Union Pacific Ecad! This week, gentle readers, I have ft double atomic bomb to explode, namely: I have adopted*a new system of calculations (by request of tlie editor), and reached the conclusion that Tuiane will defeat Noire Uanie! , The neiv system Is a secret, of, but I can give you an inkling of It so you may knotv it Is surefire. The first step in selecting a score, is to select a champion of a designated snort in the year 1929. Suppose we start with R: M .Ross of Regina, winner of the Saskatoon curling championship that .year. There are four letters in his name. The second step is to multiply four by the time in which Columbia von the Poughkeepsle Regatta the same year. That time wa.s 22:58. Multiplying four by that we get { 9032. ' I That is only the beginning. The following factors enter lnU> our calculations: logarithms, inclination of . the sun's orbit to the ecliptic, the length in meters of the Marseilles barge tunnel, plus the number of Spanish peanuts in a quart jar. You can see it's a bit complicated. Now. when you read our weekly forecast, you will appreciate what, pains the prognosticates takes to give you the correct scores. Here is ihe giant economy-sized package for Oct. 15: Feinberq Still In Top Position in Keglers' Loop The old boy himself Army 20. Harvard 13 Cornell 20, Vale B Broun 20, I'rlnceion 7 Colgate 20, Itarlmonth 13 Columbia 21, Pfnn 13 Wisconsin 20. Navy ^ Nebraska 19, frnn Stale 13 Buffers UK, Syracuse 14 Illinois 19, Missouri 14 'Iowa 20, Indiana 14 Northwestern 2!. Michigan It Tuiane 211, Notre Dame 14 Minnesota ?.», Ohio Stale 14 Oklahoma 19, Kansas K Tennessee 20, Alabama 13 Teius 20, Arkansas 14 Dyke'21, No. Carolina SUIe 7 .Vandrrhtll 27. Florida 14 No. Carolina 21, Wakp Forest It Rice 20, So. Melhodlst 14 Tex. Christian 20. Tel. A. and M 13 California 20, So. California 13 Stanford 27. Washington 13 Santa Clara 21, UCLA 13 19 Major Teams RemainUnbeaten Notre Dame, Tuiane, Oklahoma and Army Head .Undefeated.List NEW YORK, Oct. 12. (/Pj—High pressure schedules are making'all winning college football teams hard to find. : Mighty Michigan and ; plenty of other powers absorbed lickings last week .for the first lime this season. A quick check of the > records of the elevens , that - play big- time teams from September < through November, shows only 19 major •schools which have won 'em thus far. Included in the list are five :eams who have only played twice Saturday a couple of other heads will roll from the list too. It has .o happen when Notre Dame (3-0), :he Nation's No. 1 team, entertains formidable Tuiane •. (3-0),- the 'ourth-ranked squad, in the game of the week, ., , ,. | Cornel (3-0) and Yale (2-0). aj couple of rugged Ivy Leaguers, will' bang heads at New Haven. : ] Minnesota Meets Oliio State Minnesota (3-0). the No. 5 team, Arkansas-Texas Tilt to be Tough, Coaches Believe Pelnbeigs retained its position | LITTLE ROCK Oct 12—(M-J atop the Tuesday Night Bowling 1 Everybody is expecting the Arkan- Leagues standings by winning two (sas-Texas football game here Sat- out of tliree games from" trie. be a fighting match-with Knights of CohimbiLs team In league ' no holds barred, action at Chitwoods lanes last'-Anrt this applies to the two night I coaches s ho «ilj tiling their char- Doctoi loisten Imdquest bowled « es hc "- '<" "><> annual Southwest high for the winners with 4OT pins Conference rail thriller and F-Uhe, Fnnus McDeviil was 1 R " OI }> aA Coich John Bainhil high foi the losers with «9 , tS"™^ " P gam ' The Hot Shots moved into a fiist' it should be a good game to place tie with.the Feinberg team watch. by defeatme the Coca Cola Bottler, t don t thlnk Bel , be good en three games In last nights action ' ough to beat Ie\as But were go- Oean piced the winners with 511 < Ing to be a better ball club against < r a cu agains pills and BlacKwell led the losers the Longhorus than we wete against Baylor for the simple reason un[Wn *• bc *ith Io8 Meads Clothieis tishtened then un[Wn *• bc wolse " gup on the third place in the loops! Bla " Chenj, umveisitj of Te\a stahdm»s by taking three fiom the mentor 's admitting or concedin fifth place Sahbi Cafe five with i al »»« n s mil he sajs D->lton Fnwl-ton bowling a high of Arkansas has indicated it E a D07 w Hill was high lor Sihba '" le """l>iii, team and «e feel «itli 3 47« sllre ' ne P Ia jers will eitend them ... . . I selies to the limit of their ability !i Rilolhei game last night Van ' Satmdaj " «•""* Palten Ron three straight fiom the lcxas „ golng lo do t , Fivers with C Smith racking up thm» ' i-)8 pins to lead the uctors and. It ought to be a pi ettj good ball haikcr pacing the loseis with o€0 girne Smiths o38 »os the high foi the WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12; 194» and California (4-0), NO. » also are In for plenty of trouble this weeki Both meet unbeaten but once-tied outfits In games that have a Rose .••""•I flavor. - The Gophers.are matched with Ohio State (2-0-1) in the tilt that may decide the Big Ten title while the big B«ars of California take on the Trojans of Southern California (2-0-1) in the contest that could very well'decide the Pacific Coast Conference i race. Army (3-0), the No. 2 combination, takes on Ihrlce-bealen • Harvard and should march along. Oklahoma (3-0), No. 3, also has a Breather in /Kansas. The all winning teams and their records Include: Pour victories—California, UCLA Kentucky, Villanova, ' Tlnee victories—Notre'Dame, Army, Baylor, Cornell, Pittsburgh, Tu- iane, Noi(h Carolina; Virginia, Minnesota, Oklahoma. Two victorlesi-Brown, Boston u Pennsylvania, Yale, Southern Methodist. Just a slight notch below those teams are a few other all-winners like Wyoming '(4-0),'-brake (4-0) Ohio U. (3-0), Miarni <pja.) (2-0)' and Bucknell (2-0). The - word' "ti K k : gardens or truck' crops conies' from the French word "troquer" which means to barter. 109 Year t on One Farm It Iowa family Record \ DES MOINES, IOW»' _ (IPj— Tile Auer family has lived on the sann farm near; Garnavilkv Iowa, IM years, The Auer farm of 240 acres Js said to be one of the richest farming areas In Iowa. , In 18*°'- M r - and Mrs- Prank Auer left Germany and emigrated to America in a'sailing vessel. Their son, Frank, j r .,. took over operation of the (arm at the age of le He died In 1925'and his sons, Johri and Oscar,' have since operated It. The brothers 'have raised purebred Brown . Sw!_ss cattle. They bring high . prices', and some, have been shipped to Cuba and South America- , The four tires on the average automobile's wheels contain about 800 feet of steel wire. POPS 8ICGCR MORE TENDER ANB MO HUltS» A "blue ribhou day ul the county (air! THIS l.t'fAK-1' OF have a bluc'rihbo/i rim-... celebnte it with Hill am! Hill! F imoiis for aimmfh, Kentucky tasle, 11,11 inil Hill is .<lw,n,- McKesson «. Robbing Inc. - Kxclusbc Distribulorr - Little Rock for the championship of the Women's Texas Open golf tournament. Miss AfacKennon won a spot la Arkansas title holder, . the; second round matches; by tie-1 par through 13 holes, feating Helen Hampton of Chatta-j She was to nitct Betty Jameson nooga, 8 and 7 here yesterday. The of San Antonio, Tex., today. Rigecst Beetle The laigest beetle ol the 100000 Knoun species in the world is the brown oolnth beetle of equatorial night. The standings: Team 1 Feinbergs Hot Shots Mead? Van Patten K of O Saliba , Flyers •*. . . Coca Cola .. W L, 10 2 10 2 »' 3 1 5 6 6 2 1 1 11 0 9 The American. 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