The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1949 · Page 6
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BLTTHETim '(AUKJ Juniors Looking iFor First Victory •• lullpups to be fatt " But Inexperienced; I Have 2 Losses, 1 Tie ''j The BIyiheUlle Junior Hlgl •i r Papoos*s will go,, after .their firs , last* of victory tonight when 'they 1, tackle ParagouWs Bullpnps in Ihci third outing of ihe season at Hale ', Field. Game time Is 8 o'clock ' For the. first time this season the ''Paps', by virtue oj scores ,ot pre' vious games, uill be rated favorites The Pags drouped their first two , outings, to Jonesboro by a 20-6 score £nd to Snowdeh 'of Afemphh by 19-6, while Paragoulti has a two loc*e« ind one Me record The Bull> Pup* loit to Marked Tree 12-0 In ; their gtrat fame of the season, tied theme tea - - , • ••Play Paragould " , OCTO^EB ,_.4 team 6-6 in their second euiing and Jqst to Newport's Juniors 14-0 W their third game However, the Paps are expecting another" tough struggle from Coach ' John Douthif's squad and they have , ,been working hard ail week in pre. paration for tonight's game They • climaxed their drills with a light 1 workout last night under thf Hunts \ of Haley Field All week the Paps have been working on their pass offense which may Indicate that Coach Stabler plans to take to the air against the Bullpups. At the same time the ^ ^junior tribe worked on ILs pass de- 1 ,fense in the e\ent4hat the Greene t Count!an« counter with their own aerial attack. Paps in Good Shape The Paps appeared in good physi- ical form for tonight's game at last night's, workout Only a. few minor jaches are plaguing the Juniors with - none serious enough to keep a ^'atarter out of action _.*' Coach Stabler expects to slart ,,nis regular eleien against Para- Ifould with Charles Shepherd and ,'>George Skelton operating at ends, 1 '-Jf L Creier and Qulncy Hodge at -taoklee,*; Bob' Chllders and Guy Swilt at guards, Monlroe Holland ,afc center and Johnny OBrlen, Tommy Mosley, Donald Gentry and Bennle Hays in the backfield < P»ra«-ould will field a light but last team that will opetate from Jhe T formation. Coach Doiithlfs •quad Is plagued by inexperience ,out have shown good prospects In .their first-three outings T Probable starting lineup's Si/Waco's Tilt WithVanBuren Tops in State By the Associated Press The A A division is offering th best attractions on this week's Ark ansas high school football program And the game that tops''em al won't -,evcn-. count in any dbtrlo standings. But, tlie winner will be accorded a very good chance of be coming tlie slate Class AA Cham pion. It'll be Subiaco at Van Bure Friday night. Subiaco's Trojans al ready have sacked up ihe Fourtl District tillc, and only the greates sort of an upset can keep (he Van Btiren Pointers from grabbing firs prize ill District One. With both teams undeicated anc untied, the game Is rated as a toss up Two.other Cla.ss AA features are ON tap. Blytheville will be favorec over its host, Jonesboro, ill a scrap vhich will decide the District Three crown. Hope will visit Tcxarkana or a District Seven clash. Nothing' exciting is promised in Arkansas highest classification—the J[gc Six./The only loop- encounter ooks like another runaway for de- ending champion Little Rock, this inic with Port Smith and that city's ans as the victims. The best games sending Big Sixers gainst teams from the Double A I vision are Smackover at El Dor(lo and Pine Bluff at Camrlen. Bamhaill' ' s Hudd!«ston * Boun aTollis J Martin 1 JSmith "- ". - Furlong V. .Adams .. Whltley . B /Trice .. 7 Pas •L.E. •!••; T. L G . C R G H T. R E Q B L:H. R H F B "Blyiherille Skelton Hodge Swift Holland . Chllder •iCriner Shepherd .. O'Brien Mosley . - Hays . Gentry Drive Symbol ' iiCHAMPAIGN, HI — (/p) _ Th e Junior Chamber of Commerce of Cnampalgn-Urbana haj its g.fety « campaign all pinned up Clerks In L.SU Loses Ace Flanker on SEC Eligibility Ruling BATON ROUGE, La., Oct. 13. (AP)—The Ineligibllity Jinx is falling right and left in the Southeastern Conference—and it's damage Li not to be taken lightly, say the affected coaches.' ' The latest squad to be hit wns Louisiana State whose ace end Ray Bullock, former El Dorado, Ark., hjgh'school star, was ruled out yesterday. ,* by Commissioner Bernle Moore on tlie grounds that he already, has played his four years of varsity ball. Tlie ruling brought a screnm of protest from Coach Gayneil Tiiisley .but Tinsley said there wasn't anything thai could be done about it-^not before Friday's big game with Georgia. It would take longer than that to get a SEC Executve Committee ruling. • - ' -- : -- . - ™u*auAr, OCTOBEB 18, 1M» ; 5 South Missco Teams to See Action __ j_J ( • - ' • *^^*%*\ • •Vvl\^|| ~ Sports Roundup Hush FullertoB, Jr. NEW YORK, Ocl. 13. W) — Dr Clarence Rungee of New Haven Conn., a football fan from away back, weighs in with; a proles' against the two-platoon system or, these grounds. "A football player on (he offensive platlon 'has' no opportunity whatsoever of advancing the ball unless he Is clever and quick enough to get hold of a fumbled ball or an intercepted pass . . . Then on (lie very next play .he guy who is Interested In being >n the agress(ve side Is removed so .he offensive platoon can continue." . . Rungce wants to go back to system whereby a man removed rom a game could not re-enter luring the same period. . .' ; That, ie says, would develop all-around ilayers. . . . Sounds good, but what iboiit the good player who,spends ils entire college c-ceer as bench- warming sub for 60-inlnule star? . Or how about tlie poor coach -j_hRs plenty of trouble telling a hick-headed tackle, "you run that-Way" and who then would also Vave to explain, "you grab him hts-a-way." 1'lgskln Picklnj Tulane vs. Metre Dame. A song of "South Pacific" fame Says there's nothing like a Notre Dame. Kansas vs. Oklahoma It's Oklahoma, fellers; Take to the Cyclone cellars. Tennessee vs. Al-bama Tennessee and mammy songs • Will do our Alabammy wrongs. Navy vs., Wisconsin Navy's battle boat-s ; Won't sink In late Mendota.-' Minnesota vs. Ohio State To avoid the sight of a Buckeye defeat Find a Gopher hole In North High Street. ' . • : Southern California vs. California California from Berkley Plnys loo Jerkily. Colored Television Is Long Research Process NEW. YORK -WV- Color television has been In the process of research for two dccndes. The first demonstration on record was conducted by the Bell Telephone laboratories In 1929 using :rude laboratory,; equipment operating mechanically. The- scanning Incomplete Pasj Cadet-midshipman Paul Olsavsky Kings Point, and the publicity pt bolh claim this Is true. .. iring the year at sea required of the Merchant Marine lads.'Olsavsky carried a football on his journeys and. at each port he hired someone to be the receiver while he practiced passing. ... in France It was a Marseille dock walloper; In England, a former soccer, player In India not one of the dock work-' .ers would accept his money Paul finally sought out the boss stevedorr: and asked how come "Sorry, young officer," replied 'the Indian, "but all my men are Moslems and therefore forbidden to touch pigskin." Tigers and Hayli To Play Tonight Caruthersville Meets Cape Gr'rardeau and Indians Tackle Risco Caruthersville and Hayil both will be facing stern conference tests tonight. •; • • The Tigers will entertain Cape 3Irardeau in Caruthersville while Risco. currently at the lop of the LJttle Eight standings, meets Coach Bee Underwood's Indians at Hayti. Coach Enill Boepple's cotninents on his Tigers' chances were to the effect that "we've got a chance. The boys are looking better." . Coach Bofl>ple said he does not expect his co-captain and first trljjg cfnter, Bob Watkms. to be in the lineup against Cape. Watklm was Injured in a practice ession Tuesday. The game which starts at 1:30, ll be preceded by the crowning f Miw Kritherine Il'ayden, who will eign.'over the homing tilt with ight attendants. She If. the daughter of Mr. and Irs. J. A. Harden of Caruthersville. Hayti will go up .against one of he feiv undefeated teams In the -Jttle Eight in Hkco. • fnjmics have hit the Indians, too. Wickham, big fullback who ran well against East Prairie la-sl week, has been sidelined. Notgra.v> will move from a tackle position to fullback and McCrary will take over the tackle slot. Yankees Buy 4 Wil$(M1 Bulldogs Tackle Trumann Jackie Jensen From Oakland NEW YORK, Oct. 13. </P)—The New York Yankees, announclni they won't "stand pat" on their present worlij championship team for 1950, bought two of the brightest stars In the Pacific Coast Le»- gue today. • -..•••> Manager Casey Stengel • announced the purchase of Jackie Jensen, outfielder who is a former California football star, and AJfred (Billy) Martin, an Infielder. They were bought from the dak- and Club, which Stengel managed ast year. , No price was divulged, but it's umored the Yankees shelled out In he neighborhood of $100.000 and players for the two athletes Farmer Keeps His TUSCOLA, 111.-wv-Roy Jones farmer of near here, lost his cloth- tig in a combine accident but he didn't lose hi.i !, ead . After he was •implied naked, Jones put on his best smile and drove his tractor two miles to, find additional clothing and medics! care Caiifornian Leads Way in Wohien's Open Tournament FORT WORTH, Tex.; Oct. 13. (AP>—A 15-year-old Callfornian who's been cutting down the veterans In the Women's Texas Open golf tournament faces another stiff test in today's quarter-finals. Young Marlene Bauer meets Marjorie Lindsay of Decatnr, 111. Each won a IS-hole victory ycs- terdy. Marlene ousted defending champion Polly Riley, and Marjoric defeated Babe Zaharias. ..'. • The Babe conceded.the hole after she couldn't get on, the green in three. Miss Lindsay's second shot lay just 10 feet from the-cup. Kansas State Champion Marilyn Smith moved ahead with a 3 and 1 victory over Marlcne's 20 ,'year "old swter, Alice. Marilyn's quarter-finals opponent will be, another stale champion, Betty MacKinnon, the. Arkansas titlist who plays' out of Ml. Pleasant. Tex. ,. . •'": Miss MacKinnon ousted jBetty Jameson of San Antonio 3 and 'l. .•: who were widely "sought" after" by major league clubs. .-. , ..Jensen.-32,-Is the former football tar at the University of California ™ Is a bonus plnycr. Owner C U Brick) Laws, In beating 14 big iea- ue clubs to his services, lured him t the close of the college baseball eason last spring with a bonus of «,000 plus a three-year contract $15,000 per. •' In 125 games with the Oaks Jenen batter! .261 this season, includ- d In his 122 hits were 21 doubles even tuples and ni ne |, ome ' He drove in 78 runs Martin, a second baseman wlio so can play short or third, i s 2 1 rinliki '?, 84 this y ear —including 29 uoiiDlcs, three triples and 13 homers. He drove In 01 runs. ~^ Chinese Professors F/e* From Communist :CANTON (AP) _ Ma university -professors are-clear* °"° f ^CMina because they ao-n'? want to teach under Communist dLsciphne. Han Li-vvu, minister of education, says hi, ministry already has taken care of 354 professors who escaped from Communist China. - . .. ^ Han. said the professors found that.,:, Communtst China their position on the faculty had to be approved by spwial committees of aborers sludcnls nrid teachers. Many first-rate scholars have been dismissed as a result of such scrutiny." he reported. There were these other academic complaints: The teachings of Marx, Lenin and Chinese Community Leader Mao Tze-tung were compulsory. Courses in -history and political science were suppressed. "Even science textbooks for middle schools have bse'ri modi- lied to fit in with Communist Ideology," Han charges. Osctola vs. Luxera, Shown** Meets Earfe in District 3 Gam** Five of South Mississippi County's six class B grid team* return to action tomorrow night "in j^ games, (hree playing within the county while the other two travel. Headlining this week'* action in the county's Class B war* will be Wilson's engagement with Trumann at Wilson tomorrow night. The Bulldogs, only defeated .team In the county, will liy their perfect record on the line for the fourth tune this season and are favored to walk away unbeaten. : :. ,Trumann has brushed with only one Mississippi County team this season and the'Wildcats came out on the short end of the.*core. On Sept. 23 they lost a heart-breaking 7-8 decision to Dyess. Wilson defeated Dyess two wekes ago by n 32-0 count. The Bulldogs' also hold 'Ictorles over Luxor a and Shawnee. Osceola's Scminoles, beaten last week by a strong Whitehaven, Tenn.; eleven .will be out to return to the victory trail agaiost the Luxora Panthers at Osccola tomorrow light. And they will be favored to ake Coacli Tye Adams' aggregation Osctola Hit by Injuries Coach Rube Boyce's Osceola Sem- nole.? have been dealt a severe blow >y Injuries which will mean that luce regulars may not see act Ion i ' tomorrow night ' Harvey Lee Hill, halfback and on* of the atmlnole*' but put receiver* and broken field runners suffered * bruited hip in the We»t MewpliU game,and U expected to see the tame from the bench. v, »l ul _ SUlw *"< o'her first string halfback, came out ot the Whlthay- en game with a bad kuee. Comch Boyce has indicated he will keep the hird driving baek on the sideline*. John Owr, regular end, turned up with an Infected foot due to a UM cut. He is also slated to sit this one lt; . ' - ' . , - Trtvii and Watson will probably alternate at one halfback slot while X?" K S 1°^u g ^ ""« cal1 •' "« other halfback. : ' . - 8hawnee to Pl»y Earl* Shawnee's Indlar^ v who h.ve a 2-2 record In District Three competition, journey to Earle foraiTex- P«ted tough encounter with the High School eleven. The n' «UU »martlng iron, their »-« licking at;the hands of the Wilson Bulldogs and will also b* seeking to return to the rictory road. . * Coach Bill Bell's Keiser Yellow Jackets who annexed their first win of the season, a «-0 decision over Luxora, last'week, will be out t« make It two In a row when the; to to Marion to Ungle with the Marion Tartans. The Tartans lait year were one of District Three 1 * powerhouse*. Dads to be Honored RUSSHLVJIiE, • Ark., Oct. JJ (AP)— Arkansas Tech will observe its 27th annual Dad's Day Saturday. Features of the celebration will include the Tecli-Arkansai College football game and an assembly address by State Education Commissioner A, B. Bonds. Approximately SO fathers — and4t mothers—are expected to attend. ~ "*- ATTENTION LADIES We hare In Hie aaw: Darwin T.H.. , tt1ltlmt and White « GaUnthu Sn*v Ureru Sellla-Ca«,»BBl.t» Crocua •, , ; Chlanodeu Madonna Hjacfnths ID different colors Come In and plet* itock. •>««• Tent (elections now while wt PAUL BYRUM Hardware & Seed Main »lr«« leases AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING POPULAR-PRICED BEER PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed B«s1 Prirc* Kirby Drug Store: Fall's Newest Smartest Neckwear— $2500 IN PRIZES FIRST PRIZE $1000 NATIONAL COTTON PICKING CONTEST : Jay, October 1 4 all Oa.m. .D. HUGHES CO See These Entertainers- • PAPPY STEWART and his Famous Family FREE HOWARD and his Smiling HlilblulM • DON WHITNEY, "Arkan.««' Bi Z8 e,l . Hillbilly" • HARRY BRYAN, "Thi Lon« Cowboy" • HAROLD CRANDELL and his Melody Playboys • DOYLE TURNER and tht National Hillbillies • SLIM RHODES and his Mountaineera 'I; SPECIAL ATTRACTION! I ABU Tht Edueat.d Apt Yaar whole family wifl enjflTlhh tralne* animal act whMi ha» be«n Featured with many o.tjUndlnr «h«wi and attractions over the nallan. FREE Sponsored by tKe Blytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce

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