The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 20, 1949
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1949 — •• _. ^^^^^^ •inunoiJAi, v^iuii&H ZD, 1949 Paps Play Marked Tree Tonight-Three B Games in County This Week It mi A V^ VAA!* mJVI \ A f • f I • •«. • ' Mi-Mill ^ / - ~,~~. T t ~ " ~ + inline niy_iA !„,.* - -~ j „ ,,'. Wilson Bulldogs Juniors Seeking \v////ams, Second Victory Tribe is Favored To Defeat Visitors; Game Set for 8 p.m. •Her their second win of the 1 • »easori tonight when they tangle with .tile Marked Tree Junior Indians at Haley Meld. Opening kickoff is scheduled for i o'clock. For the second consecutive week i._ the Paps will be rated favorites. Ac' cording to pre-game reports the junior Indians are one ol the weak- "er Junior squads in this area and the Paps gained a little in prestige by walloping Parasould 39-0 for their of the season last ,' week. Marked Tree and the Pups have met two, common opponents so far this year and sccordine fo scores the Paps hold a big edee. The Junior .Indians to Jonesboro by a larger margin : than did the Paps and they defeated ParaRould's Bullpups 12-0 only to be tied 6-6 by the same team a week later. , Coach. Earl Stabler has been scrimmaging his tribe all week with accent on offensive work and blocking and tackling. The Juniors wit- nesed two 'rough se-ssions Monday «nd Tuesday afternoons and tapered off.with a light workout under the lights of Haley Field last night, Pap* in Good Shape Following that workout Coach BUbler put his personal okay on hi* chajgw, pronouncing all of them /It for action. The Paps emerged from the'Paragoiild clash with a crop of 'minor injuries but all of.their regular 11 players are expected to be in the;starting lineup tonight. Coach Stabler said yesterday that he planned lo start the same lineup that he did aginst Paragould last week : with Ralph Snider taking over at Quarterback and Johnny O'Brien who started the season in the soot, transferring to right halfback. The remainder of the Paps' backfield will b« Donald Gentry at fullback and Bennie Hayes at left halfback. In. the line Coach Stabler will ' have George Skelton and Charles . Shepherd operating at ends; M. U Cririer and Qiiincy Hodge at tackles; Guy Swift and Bob Childers at guard and Monfote Holland at center. • ' Tht Junior Indians .will field, a light and inexperienced team that trill be generalled by W. A. Capooth at the quarterback slot. Othis Tolbert and Jim/COllian are expected to supply moat of the Indians' offensive punch from their, halfback slot.4 with Billy Joe Rocole running at fullback. Starting-lineups: 'Marked Tree Pee Blytheville Davis LE Skelton Terrell .'. L-T ........ Hodge Bcarbrough ... LG Swift Provost ..- C 1.. .'Holland Jennings ... •Scott Phillips Capooth .... Collian Tolbert Rocole no ;. R.T ... RE ... QB ... HB ... HB ... . PB .. ... Chilrters '.'.... Criner .. Shepherd ..... Snider Hays O'Brien ... . Gentry Ridei in Parade Charles Wyatt, former Blytheville resident now In Sacramento. Calif., was among the 2,000 riders participating in a parade held theri last week as part of the Caiiforni* Horsemen's Association convention. E. A, Stacy Dell, Ark. IS THE LATEST for their tntkt M ffie streets There's a reason! "Joft- Raltd" (nicies fit tfit job. They reduce operating coati ... last longer . . . and are more dej>ciidabl«, Blytheville Motor Co. "Soulh's Fincsl Service" Hroathvay Jt Cliickasawba $ee (is for ibe facts End, Is Week's Best Lineman HOUSTON, Tex., Oct. 20. M>j _ James Alvis (Froggy) William , anchor of (he Rice line, said today "I'm surprised as all get-out" o' 1 >y the Associated Press, But it wasn't anything startling o others around the Rice football jaliwlck. Coach Jess Neely said . (t i'as richly deserved and Williams is an All-America without doubt. le has been a consistently good player for us. (or four years, Is an excellent student and a fine boy I am very proud of him." Williams earned the national honor by his great plav at end igalnst Southern Methodist In'st *eek when he scored two touchdowns, set up two more, kicked five ^xti-a points and brought the corii- nent from Coach Matty Bell of SMC that "lie's an All-America if ?ver there was one." Williams iparked Rice to a 41-27 vict&ry over Southern Methodist. Froggy's a six-foot, 185-pounder Williams is one of the few athletes in tiie Southwest Contcience who will win four varsity letters. And,he's only 21 years old novs • In his four years—or rather three years and four games thip sea on— he has been In 34 gridiron battles He has kicked 59 points after touchdown pnri caught ten touchdown passes. His total scoring is 119 points. He has gathered in 34 passes for a total gain of 106 yards. j Williams wiis All-Southwest Conference end last year. , Porkers to Play ,j In State Capital Four Cage Games FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. Oct. 20.— (IP)— The . University of Arkansas will play four major- basketball gxmes In Little Rock this year. Basketball Coach Press-ley Askew announced that the Razorbacks will meet Baylor Jan. m at Hobinson An- riitorium'in-Little Rock instead of in Fayelteville as originally planned. The change was made,' Askew >ald. to avoid conflict with midwinter graduation exercises. "Askew previously had announced :h«t the Hogs will play Kentucky Oklahoma A, anrt M., and the University of Pittsburgh In.Little nock Askew also salt! that the Texas A. and M. game'scheduled for Peb 11 In Fayettevjlle will be played Feb. 13. Accurate direction may be attained with one eye, but it takes two eyes to judge distance accurately. AAC Boss Calls Pro Grid Fuss 'Silly, Stupid' NEW YORK, Oct. 20. If, — Pro football's rivalry Is "silly and stupid and should be stopped at once," Commissioner O. O. (Scrappy) Kesslng of the All-America Conference said today. He had' been asked for comment on the statement made by Elmer kayden, former commissioner of the National Football League, that the two groups should get together. It was Layden who once told the All- America circut to "go to get a football" before talking of smoothing Out their differences. to fill the spot within the next week or so. Tills leaves- only one major league spot, on the uncertain list. Zach Taylor, whose \St. Browns finished seventh in the American League, left for Florida t 1 re- , without having his contract 1 l-OKKKKS- QUESTION - MA.RK-University of Arkansas' chances for an upset victory over the Vanderbllt Commodores In Nashville, Tenn., Saturday will depend a lofon the condition of Leon (Muscles) Campbell! the Razoibacks' hard running 195-pound fullback. Cnmpbell has played all year despite n liernia but,a fence injury forced him out of the Texas game last week and may keep him on the sidelines in the Vandy game. Orisfow to Stay As Chisox Pilot/ Comiskey Says . NEW YORK. Oct. 20. t/r>,—Th K Washington Senators and Chicago WliKe Sax are inagerlally set for next, season and the Cincinnati Reds probably will have a successor to Bucky Walters within a week. Ttie Senators yesterday named Bucky Htrrls, who twice previously had been fired as Washington skipper, to handle the club's reins for the next three years. He succeeded Joe Kuhel. At the same time, Charles Coni- Iskcy TI, vice president, announced in Chicago thnt Jack Onslow would be back as manager of the White Sox. , Warren Giles, whose Cincinnati Club Is now the only team without a manager, announced he expected - newed. There is talk a new pilot will be named. Babe Zaharias, Patty Berg Take Lead at Ft. Smith FORT SMITH, Ark.. Oct 20— f/J>; —Sharp competition shaped up today for the eight kuarterflnatlsls fighting for the 1949 Hardscrabble Women's Open golf crown. Leading the pack were veteran Babe Zah.irlas and defending- champion Patty Berg of Minneapolis. Mrs. Zaharias, a former champ- Ion, won -a berth in the quarterfinals by downing Mrs. Robert Johnson 9 and 1 hi yesterday's. first round play. ' ' . • . Redhaired first round hole 6,495 yard fiardscrabble Coun- Miss Berg won her malch over the IB MVIC o.syo yam tiarascrauoie Coun- In Philadelphia Bert Bell, now i try club course by defeating Mrs le National's boss, commented only! Earl Runibaugli of Oklahoma Citv 10 r "1 f,ttAr,,\ I* . AnHi liij* t« . i-:_ I ri ^..., r> wj th that "Layden is -entitled to his! opinion • now just as he was before." Bell added he had no comment of his own. The first climax of the 1849 season in the four-year battle-for- the-buck Is scheduled Sunday when 7 and 8. . Arkansas champion Betty MacKinnon of Texarkana advanced to the quarterfinals by defeating Mrs Tom Lcchty of For Smith 6-5. . Another contender for th*e title To Meet Imboden Osceola, Shawnee Travel; Luxora fo Play Dyesj' Eagles The .six Class B schoolboy grid in B .n"ti? f S ° Ut " Missl «'PPi County open the second half O ( their 1943 .schedules this week, with four "f the teams playing within the limits ?he h roaS Unty ^ «*" tW ° hl »"« Wilson, Luxora, Dyess and Keiser are scheduled to see action within the county tomorrow and tomorrow night while Osceola and Shawnee travel. Shawnee goes to Marlon for an expected tough battle with the Marion High Tartans and Osceola's Semlnoles journey to Hughes (or an encounter with the Hughes Blue Devils. Highlighting this week's Class B action In the county will be Wil- — -••- *".i- • •"• ,1, i.,^ i_'jumv win ue w I- uie-uiicK is scnemnca aunoay when ls is-year-olrt Marlene Bauer of son's game with the" Sloan Heiuirlv the National offers the New York ! LOs Angeles, runneiup In the recent I Academy of Imbodcn at Wi i Giants against the Chicago Bears' Tpx as Open. Miss Bauer defeated ] tomorrow night. Coach ROV stn at the Polo Grounds. A mile away Ml « Ed Dell wortz of Fort SmitVi baugh's Bulldogs arc the nnii. iin ill Yankee Stadium the New Yni-fr 3 and 1. foam !„ i,,. ,-,,_. Y? . In Yankee Stadium the New York Yankees play the San Francisco 49'ers, current AAFC leaders. Other first round scores: Marjorle Lindsay of Decatur, ill.. Played without, competition, each' ""'I"' 611 M™- L °u Miller of Hot game probably could fill its own i '" m " Sl Ar " park. As - competing attractions., neither is likely to draw more than ' - ' John 30,000 rans. i 0 '-. • Dan Topping, president of the 1 lcc Baun '' '- 05 Ansclcs. defeated Mrs. Ra v Fellows, Tiilsa. Okla -- Natalie Bering, nccatnr, defeated Blue, Oklahoma City. - ' ' - -- fs F arlc Rohl)ll «, Fort .Smith. Yankees, said lie felt "the basis of, the solution of the professional .,',,., ., „ , .football war is right here in New o ,?, * ™'* - B ° b Gaf 8" e . Fort York ,• fcmith, 6 and 5. "."'To my mind the most Important ,, Tod ' 1 ; v .'' 1 |)ali " gs: thing on Sunday is not w^c her J'",""<£ '""""'M ,. ------ t vs Alice Bauer: Mrs- Lindsay Robbing; Miss Bering vs ^ i f . _> " LIIL only un~ defeated team in the District and their main incentive In this game will be to protect this record However, very little Is known about Sloan-Hcnrtrix and the Bulldogs are not expecting an easy -Luxoni and Dyess, who are both out of the running in the District Three Class B race, will souare away at Dyess tomorrow afternoon Inoles 32-14 last year and will b« favored to take Coacil Rube Boyce'j Braves again this year. • -However the Semlnoles welcomed back three of their regular* who have been ailing this week and are expected to be in top form for this one. Hill, Cox and Stlllwell returned to practice this week after ailing a few days and should be ready to go tomorrow night. Shawnee's injury-plagued Indians will also face a tough one this week. They meet the strong Tartans of Marion at Marion .tomorrow night and Coach w. C. Rook has indicated that hU reserves may see most of the action. Five players have been listed as doubtful starters and another is definitely, out. The Dyess-Luxora game is slated for 3 o'clock tomorrow aftern and the night games are set 8 o'clock. tile' Yankees outdraw the Giants at the gate or vice versa. The must Important thing h the total attendance. "If both games draw 60,000 to Ue ' 10.000 prove professional football can be profitable In New ..uut •/.!*! tnu ivt piunLtiLjie n ew Louis York and 1 feel sure some solution "-- " can be worked out." Attendances In both circuits this year have shown a slight decrease compared to a j'ear ago Meyer Reoorfed I After 1949 Cocklcbur Goes Modern ALMA. Neb. CAP) _ Cocklebur.,. those barbed seed pods that like to I5ALLAS. Ocl. 2. (.-PJ—Dallas News Columnist Charles Burton' said vcs- terdny all plans have been niade for Dutch Meyer to retire voluntar- . , i'y "5 Texas Christian University's Cockleburs. football coach. Burton said in his column, "The 8»g Week tor Gridman MM—This may be the big week of ° r animals. ' come tenacious and "Othol (Abe) Martin, a succes- Stacy Looney's life. i>.-j.. <« •• •- <..' 1.1-1. -->.—. . . Monday the University of Arkansas footballer's wife gave birth to a seven-pound, four-ounce daughter. Yesterday Looney, senior letterman who has been far down the line, was given a chance In the first st-ing fullback job, replacing the injured Muscles Cnmpbell. He may start against-Vanderbllt Saturday.- fides In clothing and- the fur Inside Story:" nlmals. "come tenacious and "Othol (Abe, .„„,„.„. „ outtL-a- hardy in these parts. i 'ul high school mentor before join- One of them took root In accum- in s Meyer's staff, is due to become ulated dust inside the body of a car Tcu 's new head coach, owned by Conrad Bochler | ''-Meyer was persuaded with con- Last spring, the tiny plant push- '• sirferable difficulty to coach the ed its way through a crack in the fforncd n '°S s lhi s season. He him- car's body. The hltch-hikin» seed- ,, , h ,l s - B I , TC " so ,many *>rma hints iing survived the summer and now thls f hls last season that il ... , uun.i.n,!, rtuu iiprt 1S f-nmrnnnUT vfr-n^ic.^ :„ < _t_ the annual renewal of their , rivalry. Luxora has yet to Miss Berg vs j win a g.ime and Dyess has won but Mrs. Zaharias two. Dyess will be favored In the contest. Kciser Meets llarrislnirg In the only olher game to be played in the countv Reiser's Ycl- i low Jackets, with n" record of one i victory and five defeats, will enter- j tain Harrisburc at the Keiser Athletic Field. The Yellow Jackets' suffered their fifth loss of the t season at Marion last week and will 1 be rated underdogs in this outing ' Osccola will face a tough test at Hughes tomorrow night. The Rain Halts Game, So Tilth Moved To Another Town LINCOLNV1LLE. Kas., Oct. 20. <AP)—Rain stopped the softball game between Lincolnville and Durham High Schools in the fifth inning last night—but that didn't end the contest. After 30 minutes of delay, someone brought word that It wasn't raining at Lost'Springs, six niiies away. So tiie officials, players, concessionaires and several hundred spectators piled into automobiles and drove to L-x-t Springs and finished tiie g:une there. Lincolnville won 3-0. 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