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THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Godwin Divides Squad For Training <2on ChkksToPlay Tomorrow Night Blyrheville Football Fans To See Contests / At Haley Field Division of Uie Blylheville High school chickasaw toolball squad for the jiUra-camp game tomorrow night to officially bring the Spring drills to .• a close was announced today, by ':Head Coach William > DILL) Godwin. The Bis Chief, however, may be i formt to alter his original plans due to injuries and sickness to a pair of liis mpst i>romisini: charges. Dan (The Brain) caldwell, counted on to handle the fh'st string quarterback nnd engineei Ihe tricky, deceptive T formation has been confined to the sick bee all week and is believed definite-!} out of tile picture for remaindei of the period. McFarland Out Bill Wayne McFarland, a half runniiing, energetic and colorfu youngster who has been one o tlie bright spots of the drills, turn ed up with a bum knee followin the vicious, long scrimmage las Saturday and which laid him tlie inactive shelf. Despite the loss of these two, Coaches Godwin and his assistants,' Monk 1 Mosley Slated To Play n Benefit Game At Birmingham KV WILUAM H. TII-I.Y • United Press Sports H'atw BIRMINGHAM, Ala,, March 27. UP)—A preview of one of l^ lc University of Alabama's greatest— f not the greatest--all-time loot- all teams is In store for grid mis Saturday when Uie mighty 3rimson Tide plays an intra-sQim'l ;ame here for a former team meni- ler who will never see them in tic- ion. 'The benefit will be played for "ormcr Capt. Charles A. (Charley) Hoswell, who plaj'Bd his last game or Alabama against Vanuerbilt an Nov. 30, 1939 — exactly five years to Ihe day before an exploding Gernau shell blinded hiin fou- life. Conch Frank Thomas promised no "punch-initling" in Saturday's Spring training climax, when UIL ICiims will be captained by Alabama's two All-Americans, Halfback Harry Gllmer and Centei Vaughn Maneha. "We'r e going to make every effort to keep teams as evenly matched as possible on the field at the same time," Thomas said. "The fans don't have t/o worry about seeing .some real football." Gilmer's "white" team and Maneha's "Red" squad each was assigned ,12 of the 26 letternien returning to spring practice from the hurling to Ted Cook, six-foot-two- nch end who just returned to the ride nftci 1 three years of service oolball. Cook wus the principal receiver for Charley Trlnpi's heaves on the jowerful Third Air Force Bremlins for two years, played In two Blue- irey tilts aivl was a member of the college all-stars team which inel the professional champions in Chicago last .summer. Rounding out Gilmer's bnckllcld will be ace extra pointed hooter Hugh Morrow at quarterback, spcedly Jim (Corky) Corbltt at right halfback and Norwood Hodges, one oi the Tide's hardest plungers. at fullback. ' Majicha's buck-field quartet lined up as a formidable jujjernaul none the less threatening than (lie White squad, featuring thvcc of the soulh- eastei'n conference's hardest runners—Lou-ell Tew, Fred Grant nnd ^ Self—supplemented by shifty Norman (Monk) Mosley. The lines, from end to oml read- big like a Rose Bowl program, caused betters to tear tip their dope books and rate the. game u tossup. The Red squad was coached bj Lew Bostick, Joe Kilgrow and Millard (Dixie) Howell. immortal from | Little the 1936 Alabama Rose Bowl eleven. , lloek; Henry (Hank) Crisp arid Malcolm Arkansas Counts On State Talent Blyrhevitle Athletes Among Candidates For 1946 Razorback Squad FAYKTTEVir.LE, Mar. 28. (UP> —A survey of the R<ux>ibaek foot- TADAVC SPORT FARADE 'Whiff-Whaffers' Have Day As National Meet Gets Started Junior Hi Teams Compete At Gymnasium *: • 2P- *?% Firman <Nig) Bynum and Sylvester (Popl Mosley have not let up with th e daily sessions. Quite the contrary, in fact. Day by. day the mentors have increased the lem- Tpo and added rough stuff in order i~to have the kids ready for the climax, expected to he little short of legalized mayhem, assault and battery. I Battle Royals 1 From tlie time Chief Godwin called his candidates together for the initial workout until yesterday's bruising but excellent scrimmage, it has been n battle royal, mad scramble to clinch those 'starting berths. Big Bill, himself a former tribesman who went on to star at the University of Georgia and played in the famed Rose and Orange Bowls, and served as player-coach at the Amphibious Naval Base. Fort Pierce. Fla.. made it plain from the outset that the jobs were wide open to be awarded on . merit, alone. Each lias been trying to outdo the other, which has added much lo the prevailing camp spirit." There is another reason why the fans can look for a bitter, hard; fought struggle when Ihe two teams lock horns. The Maroons have a special incentive. They will be out tti atone for the shellacking which the Whites.dished out Saturday, in an liour-and-a-half scrimmage. On the other haiid, . the Whites will victorious Rose Bo'wl championship Lancy tutored the White-shirts. team and each was given 24 substitutes from the spring roster. Sparkplug of tlic'-Whlte combination is expected to be a new -pas- Thomas promised to be an'"Impartial but very much interested obseiver." Ticket" sales for the game were sing duet, featuring deadly Gilmcr limited to 25,000. 29th Birthday For Man O'War Is Tomorrow : lorida Negro New Heavy Hope be 'gunning to turn the trick, again j ' k ™ ^.^ just to prove the four-touchdo v ; Blue 'FA: margin was no fluke, all of irves as so much fuel on an al- 'ready blazing competitive fire. Seeks Perfection Operating tlie T formation for Ihe first time, the Chicks have come around to form slowly. Coach Godwin has sought perfection and has been insistent that the plays- be run properly. HE has been critical of his backs ami ends in the execution of the plays, being content only with the best. A large portion of : tl\e daily drills have been devoted fo the timing of (lie plays under Bill's critical eye- Simultaneously, Line Coach Bynum. a product of John Tucker at Arkansas Tech, ami all-Southwest Conference tackl e at the University of Arkansas in 1940, has been giving the linesmen full benefit of his years of experience. Des- .pite the fact that most of the candidates are Inexperienced,- they have shown considerable improvement and should improve more before the curtain falls. Evenly Matched The squads as outlined by the »a7ibal chieftain and from which ftlie teams will be selected include: Maroons—Jimmy Stafford, Stan Hood and Sammy Minettc, ends; Eugene Kempcr, J. A. Lloyd and Don Besharse, tackles; Bill Doolin and Billy Wixon. guards; P. D. Foster, center; caldwell, Harold Traylor. Owen Harrison. Berry Allen, McFarland, and Billy Sam Berryman, backs. For the Whites: Dick Shanks, J. D. Needham, Massey, ends; Koontz LEXINGTON. Ky., Mar. 28. <UP> —Man O> War, who is almost us much of an institution in the hard boot .country as the .Kentucky Derby, will have a 29-carrot birthday party tomorrow. The big red turf warrior who Kcjituckians Jnsdst is the greatest race-hois; that ever lived, will lake it easy as usual and there won't be much "to distinguish the day from any oilier except thai a few more visitors are expected to make the fe'ek to Faraway Farms, For many it is almost a pilgrimage, because in the thoroughbred industry which means so much t( Kentucky, Man O' War is a symho Of perfection. I They overlook the fact thaJ,J'Bii r Red "••-never won 'the Kenluck: Derby! That is attributed ton ui .oversight of his owner. Sam Rid- to en- i ir.H'T terin ° him fov the Blue Rlbl>on Classic of the Blue Grass Country. I No true Kentiickian ever will | believe that the .wide-striding horse couldn't have won the derby, however. Tliey point to his fabulous record, 20 victories in 21 races and the fact that as a three-year-old, he never met defeat. Foaled on March 29. 1917, Riddle got one of the greatest racing bargains of all time when he bought the horse as a yearling for 45.000 from August Belmont. Later. Riddle twice turned down $1,000,000 offers for the horse. Although Man O' War was only a wobbly colt when Riddle first saw him, his trainer, Luis Feustal. seized hj.ui up as a potentially great horse and urged Riddle to buy him. It was a never regretted decision. Although he raced at a time when purses were far below pre- ent levels, he won approximately ^50.000 More being retired to tudy as a four-year-old. Since hat time he has sired horses whose otal winnings exceed S2.500.000. Riddle h>i no idea how many lorscs Man O' War has sired but ip to 1838, four years before he ras retired from stud he had been he father of 236 horses, 176 of :hem becoming winning campaigners. Violent Ray Signed To Box For Dempscy In New Organization Bronchial Coughs ((•••lilting Frctn C«ld«) Get Blessed Relief A Real Expectorant That loeicni-Up Thick, OiofrinjPMcsm :. Makes Breathing Eaticr ' • Spend .4tc today at any drug stora Tor. a bottle of Buckley's CANADIOL. Silxture. Tonight tt bcullm* take 'a''-tcaspoonful, let It Ho on your r tonEuo'-'-"*• moment then STFIL]|O« .slowly, • 4^ cc ' '1 R instant powerfu «'fl>clVve ' aclii->» Rproad through throat, ttcna nnd bronchial tubes. |e~ Acts.fast to case couEhln^ spasm ^ .in.V loosen sliok>- i>lilo R Ri whlcl seems to cloK the tubes aiu mafteg breathing difficult—help many get a better ntElit's rest 'Take good advice—try Buckley' 'tonTght—satisfaction rritarantcecl Auoncy back, 4ijc-SDc—all dru^ijl HOKUM'S DRUGS MIAMI, Fla., March 28. (UP) — The heavyweight liO)>e c;f JiuJ; Ocnipsey's boxtixg oti^i^^mion, on' take the big-time fjyhl game away fi'oni MiVie Jacobs, to<lny was evoalccl to ljt> Klmer'(Violent) Ray Florida Ncyro \vitli an impressive knix:kout string. Max Waxinan, business manage for Dempsey ajici secretary-trcas (irer and mntchmnkcr for Boxing Inn., announced here that Hay ha been .signed to box exclusively fo the new group, his first, fitfht \\-\ be in Baltimore April 15, agiiirjs Colin Cnnney. of Indiaiiap61is. : Waxnian' said after conference with Tommy O'Lnughttu. Ray manngeiv' thnt the boxer \\ill b used to destroy the hold Jacob has held on the heavyweight division for ninny years. O'Laughlin hns repeatedly charged Jacobs with failing to abide by his promise to mulch Ray aguinst champion Joe Louts. "Ray is tnc greatest all-around fighter developed since Joe Louis climbed up the ladder," Waxinnn said, "and he is the logical fighter to \vage an all-out battle against -he Jacobs-Louis monopoly. Both Dempsey and myself believe Ray could beat both Louis and Billy Conn, but Elmer will never get an opportunity so long as Jacobs lie-Ids his so-called magic wand over the heavyweight crown." \Vaxman declared that Louts had told him he considered Ray too tough to fight in an exhibition several years ago, because he was not sure .Bay would'hold his punches.- The hard-hitting Ray, who came from Hastings. Fla.. and started boxing in free-for-alls and trained by wrestling alligators, lias scored 35 knockouts in his last 38 fit'nt-s gall roster, more indefinite) than definite, ciue lo doily changes for mi', cause or anollifl'.! Bhpvk's ?lnte of Arkansas run look lor- w(u'<| to a well represented squiul wlthiti the eonlines of tills sloU?,,. Coach John Barnhill pluiis to play a spring practice scrimmage name nt the Hav.oi'back studlum or April (j. Saturday afternoon, start!>E at 2:30. An incomplete list of prospec- the candidates on the field, Including both (Ai nnd (HI squads follow: Raymond niokej-staff, Blyllicvillc; Troy Aigcnbrlght, Greenville, Tex.; Alfred linicy. Little Rock; diaries Burrows, Sprlngdalc; Don Bowers. Fort Smith; J, C. Baldwin, Pino Bluff; Alton Baldwin, Hot Springs; Earl IJriv.cmline, DeQuei'ii; Charlos Urown, Nashville; Edgar Brim ton Little Rock; Kurt Bender, North Uoc.k; Gene Cork, Uttle Harold Cox. chicton. Arlss: ud Canada, Hot S[n'lngs; Rniulnll la born, ilansfieki; Hej'innn Col- cr, Van Buren; William Collie, alias, Tex; Harry Carter. Little ock; Jack Christy, Lakeside; Wcs- y Cnlhoun, Hope; Joe Claborn, lansflelcl. Among others will be fond: Dale Bounce, DeWitl; Roy Cork, Allani, Ga.; Henry DeSalvo. Center 7idge; Jake Davis, Payeltevlile: 'oin Uonoho. Fort Smith; Joe 'Ka- on, Hope; Dana Exuni. Spi'lng- file; Henry • Foi'd, MftrVetl Tree Dlllv Franklin. Galntlnl, Tenn. Willis Ford. Dlylhcvllle; Aiibrej Fowler. Dumas: Hurt Gorman, Mon- | tt, Mo.: Cecil Gammill. Marked Tree; Richard Griffin, Tahlequnh; chn Hitch, Decatur; James Hager. Ventura. Calif.; Howard Hughes, Rock: Harold Henson, Sprlnn- Inlc; Clint Halstead, Pine DUiff: id Hamilton, Sheridan: John Hoff- n^n. Little Rock: Hclson Tvey, Marked Tree; Charles Johnson, Pine Bluff v and Paul Jones, Humbolt, Tenn. Still others reporting for duty KY OSCAR I RAJ EV (Tnitrd fTfut Sp*rts Wrilrr Nl-:w YOKK, March 28. <Ur> — Tlu- Nallonnl Whiff - Whuff Tournament was going full basi loday with just ulKiut as pretty praps as you'll find anywhere In the spoils world. Wluff-wha'ff, in cnse yon haven't heard. Is Ihe original riaim", tor tuble tennis, the inodrun home Hicc'essor to ti^e pool Utble, Ancl <!»n't rail It ping potiRl It's H sure vvny (o get. n rubber-padded Puddle wrnpped iu'oui«l your nog- tin because these whltf-whnflors are ns serious about their name us nny ball pluyer is concerning ils batting iivcruge. One tiling you have to give it, The contestants are prettier limn >al| players -particularly the fe- nale whiff whaffers. There Is for Jislnncc tlie defending clininiilou, laviiln llawtliorne; wliose father liparciHly had u boy's name all licked out '28 years ago and just wouldn't change his mind. Unvi'dit started out working In bank but couldn't stand the 9 5 hours which kept her away from the tennis table. So now she owns' a hnlf Interest in a (able tennis emporium and is doing nicely, thank you, what with being the champ ami making USD tours and 'such. She recently returned from Italy. Fiance. Germany. Ifol- Inmt. Greece and England where her blue eyes and other table tennis form thrilled the Cil's. Her celluloid sparmate was Mary Cornwell of South Bend. Threatening to take the title which Davkln won at Detroit last Cage dailv include Maurice Jaber. Fort Smith; Don Joyce. Arkansas City; Sam Johnson. Pine Bluff; Stanley Kramer, Jackson, Tenn.; "William Keclon, fiprlngdalc; Pruitt Kelly. Gallinline. Tcnn.; James Keeton, Bussellville; c.alvin Lane. Licrks: Pete Longinotti, Little Rock; James Maestri, Greenwood; Jerry McCou- nc'll. Greenwood: Richard Martin. Bentonville; Jimmy Morgan. I.it- llo Rock; Melvjn McGaha. Fnyelte- vllle; James MeMah'an, Hot Springs; 'alrich McQueeney, Chicago, 'ill.; Don Pcnnlngton, Westvlllc,- Okla.; loycc Pipkin, Mayburn; Ross Mtchard. Patterson. N. J.; George 'ugh. Fort Smith; William Porter, 'ari'ishnrp:. Pa.; B. W. Rowland. Hot Springs; Don Richards, LeX- iiiRton. Neb,; R. C. Shellon. Niinh- ville; John Shaddox. Nashville; Howard Sutton, springdale Charles Felman, McGce Jimmy Shoemaker, Batesvllle:~L. C. Smyth, Marshall: Herman Styles. Bauxite; I. II. Ruin- mars, Trenton, Term.; George Simpson. Decatur; Frank Schumehyk. Vew York; Bill Troxell. Jonesboro; htlllps turner, Memphis. Tenn.; Vllllam Thomas, McGe.e: Bill Thus- 011. Fort Smith; fntil Tiebcl, Eu- lore; Harry Vandergifl, Van Burcn: Clyde ,Vcnnble, Grady; Brad ey wofford, Brinklcy; Earl Wheeler, Harlson; Leonard Whlttnkcr port Smith; Dewey Williams £))iiugdalc; John C. While, Wyunt and stcctl White, Bauxite. W. w. named p*j>cy Mc'-eun. Tills 19-yi'ur-okl Queens College ..sophomore hus been undefenled i\t Wliiff-wluiff this yeur nnd live Rlim, brown-hatred youngster hunkers to be more than Die 1940 ruiiui'-r-uu. The defending men's champion is Hick Miles, un elongated, dark- NeV Yorker who, the program says, employs "n vicious, hard- iiig defense and Khai'i> fore linnti on oltcnse. presenting n minimum of vulnerable openings." He faces n rough task ugaliuJ five former champions, particular ly little iconic paglluro, anothr New Yorker. Lou w»s the chunil Iff J940-41-42 mid Insists that In never has been beaten In the nn llonuls since lie wus married in 19:iu That sounds at first like a testimonial for wedded bliss, but It's well lo explain for Ihose who lx'- llcvc in single blessedness Unit 1,611 husn'l been Irt tlie championships. since 1941!, llt?':i been pliiylng at, hospitals and camps mid guve ex-. hibllloirti \vllh the USD in Soulh Africa, Afrtra and Persia, A shnrp - featured, black - hnlred 111 lie nuiii, 1'agHaro looks more Ito u Jockey than n labl* tennis stur. | H,> stands live feel, two Inches »nd only weighed IOB pounds the first lime he copped Ihe lltlt. But as the field goes nt it o)i Die 10 tables lined up side by side ut St. Nicholas Arena. IJM shows why he Is the only Ihree-llnier winner. He Is Incredibly lout »nd, refer- Ing to (lie program again "uses severe chop on both sides mid mploys n rapier-like forahund on offense." But don'l get the Idea that till* ;nme 's "sissy." Tt bites plenty of stamina and lightning-like re- lexes. So much so, that you're a nished-aslde number of the v«te•an olass at 3B. And. ir^ossfyou want lo become dyed-in-the-wool \vhlff-whnJfer, slay out of Ihe cellar. That's v.'%\re they all gel their slnrl. "y llRh nasketbnll league plnyed two Kiimi\s 'i'nes<lay nt the gymnasium, Uiirliif) Ihe first Ranic, Benny Gentry's Moljcats ra^\ rough-shod ovi'i 1 Unry Luly.'s ' Wildcats, 'The flijiil score was HI to 8. High point man -.ins ,)amc» Pri'siioll with II point. . ', . -, The second Rimie ciuled with a 15'lo 3 victory for l*Koy Crlner's i'K over Le!?oy Prulti's who wurini'd up 'to score IHc three |>olnt,s In the last (ruarter. point man wus LeJloy Ci'lner with six points. • Only 10 fouls were callfd iluring tht-two gacncs. Bill Godwin coaches all luring tl>e ph)blcilj! eduea 10(1 j Officials ar e Marlon eree, Graham Gudbury and . Punish, score keepers,' 'a'n'dj ny Byruiii. timer. Lions road ..with thpir pointed toward the ground, adds volume to the sound. heads whicV COLUMBUS, O.—With six wfekii of indoor drills behind them. Ohio State's football squiidmen Imve been dismissed by coach Piuil O. lilxler until opening of spring practice April 1. ' I Tlie odds against twins Ixlng born in the United SUtej; 11 nbout 85 to one. HARDWARE I2S W. Main Radio Sales & Service Felix A. Carney 138 East Main Phone 3616 Bales - Phillip* RvMoMB Berrlc* - Felix C»rn«j Turn Chicks into ^CHECKS* with Scientifically Balanced INTERNATIONAL POULTRY FEEDS HEADACHE, t A vfcully .tj xlut Bork liquid CAPUDINE FOR RENT... Frozen Food Lockers Equipped to Cure Your Horns, Bacon, Shoulders, Sausage A Complete Meal Curing and Storing Service FROZEN FOODS Phone 2002 Main at 21st Street Political Announcements The Ooort«- New* IIM been authorised to «nnoimoe tti« following csndUttes, «ub]eet to tbe Demoentle crlmuy: FOB TAX ABSESBOm W. W. WATSON Indians taught the Englishmen how to plant their crops in rows instead of scattering tlie seeds broadcast. and Billy Bracey, tackles; Billy Bob Elliott, James Sfinson, Gordon Hammock, and Long, guards; Gerald Blomeycr. cpnter; Jack Elliott. Freeman Jernlgan, Mac Williams, R. c. Allen nnd R. A. Friend, backs. Proceeds from the game Kill go Into Ihe B Club fund to further the athletic program at the local high school. Starting time has been set at 8 o'clock. A NATURAL AID FOR Hyper-Acidify - OF THE STOMACH Mountain Valley Water Is a naturtl aid In helping eliminate wastes from the system. Not laxative, it works gently through the kitlneys. Ask your doctor about this famous healttl water from Rot Springs, Ark. It has been prescribed lor more than 5 yearn. Free booklet on request. ORDER A CASE. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blylhevtite, Ark. ATTENTION FARMERS ! Now is the lime to plan your Sweet Potalo acreage. .We will handle your K N Tl R E cro p of Porto Rican, Key West or Rei? Velvet variety at $2.25 i>er cxvt for all clean potatoes delivered here, f.o.b. Ozark, ranging; in size from l ; Ji in. to 3 in. in diameter, all grading to I* done by grnwer before they are delivered to us. We will also buy your jumbos, splits and strings at a flat price per ton lo be determined later. We will be very glad to furnish you with a list prepared by the Arkansas State PUnl Board of all growers of Certified Secrl and Potato Plants located within the state. Dense advise us of your anticipated potato acreage and increase your acreage as much ns possible as we would like to purchase every jwlalo thai we will require this year within the state of Arkansas. Ozark Pocking Company Ozark, Arkansas P. O. B«x H7 Phone 2 Robinson Drug Co. Changes Name It Will Be Known As OWENS REXALL DRUG STORE —and will continue under the operation of S. C. Owens, who is now the sole owner. Mr. Owens has been a partner in the Robinson Drug Store and manager for the past 14 years. Mr. Owens will continue the same policies that made the Robinson Drug Store one of the leaders in Blythcviflc. •- Speed Chi el's' Sturdy Growth with INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY Starter & Grower Note the New Nome: Owens Rexall Drug Store S. C. Owens, Owner and Manager > Get Plen+y of Top-Quality Eggs ---- Feec INTERNATIONAL Special Egg ProducBr <ALl MASH tITERMATIONAL POULTRY Your A4.BCADY SOLD . THBV.MUST Bt COOO FOR SALE! 16 Gal. Corrugated Sled Culverts in Lengths with Connecting Bands. . They're Lighter than Concrete, Easier Install and Will Last a Lifetime. CALL OR WRITE— LEE WILSON & 18 WilMii,

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