The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 25, 1949
Page 9
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1949 B!,YTHEV1LLB (ARK.) COURIER MEWS PAGE NINE, Chicks Preparing For Tough Tilt in Nashville Friday The Blytheville Chicks and Papooses were scheduled to begin hard drills this afternoon for their games this week after rain yesterday hampered usual light Monday afternoon Abbott, Cortez Win Decision f n Mot Arena workouts. .With ' clearing aides today the Chicfcs and the Pups were slated to get down to serious business as they have only today and tomorrow In which to ready themselves for expected tough loes this weei. .-, The Paps will entertain the Jack- •yson, Tenn., Juniors in a game here '^Thursday night and the Chicks will Journey to Nashville lor a tilt with Coach Lester Bradley's Nashville Scrapper's Friday night. Both teams had scrimmages ned for this afternoon. Today wil be the only opportunity the two event of the Ann teams will have to get in a good wrestling bouts at practice as both probably will l»)re rtitorium and were off with only limbering-up drills to morrow night. The Chicks will gel a from their T-fonnation jinx week but won't find the going eas against the Scrappers' powerfu single wing attack. Coach Bradley aggregation is touted as having on of the largest and toughest Clnss i teams In Central Arkansas and i said to be a better balanced cm than the one the Chicks ran rough shed over last fail. To dale the Scrappers boast 4-1-1 word losing only to n Queen, a District 1A powerhouse and fUhtlnjt T«arkan» '° »' scoreless draw. Their victory list includes wins over Mera, Jonesboro, Frescott and Dieiks and the least score that they have been held'to all yew, outside Ihe 0-0 deadlock with Texarkana, was to two touchdowns by Dierks. They scored 38 points against Menu, 59 against Prescott, and 19 against Jonesboro. ' According to comparative scores against Jonesboro, the two tennis only common opponent, the Chicks », should be rated a two touchdown l^'uvorite over Nashville. The Scrappers defe.ted the Hurricane 19-7 •, while the Chicks racked their old rivals up 37-12. However, In view of the Chicks ,'past performances this margin will Ralph Garabaldi and Don Keene rled a little roughing on their otvn last night but it didn't go so well. They were disqualified n the third fall of the tag match event of the American Legion's Memorial An forced to forfeit the match to Ace Abbott and Chico Cortez. Referee Mike Meroney moved m and stopped the match after 13 minutes of the final round after Ke:ne and Garnbaldi had beaten Abbott into semi-consciousness Meroney awarded the decision to Abbott tnd,his. partner Cortez after several warnings to Keene anc Garabaldi to stop their two-on- one operations lied by the rough treatment they had received from Cortca Keene and Garabaldi climiifatct the Mexican early In th'e third round and then went to work Abbott. Meroncy's action cam when they refused to heed hi warnings to stop their two-on-on actions against AblxHt.- The disqualification gave Abbott and Cortez tivo out of the three falls. They won the first round in 21 minutes with Cortez defeat- ig Garalialdi In 20 minutes with Dexter, Sikeston Lead Grid Races Rated 'Teams to Beat' In Prep Leagues of Southeast Missouri Dexter and Sikeston continued to be the teams to beat in Southeast Missouri Little Eight and Big Eight respectively. The Dexter team, which took non-conference, 19-0 -licking froi: Fredricktown last week, has won three of Its conference tests and tied the fourth. In the challenger's role is Hayti, Bee Underwoods Indians, defending Little Eight champs, were unset las' Week by Portageville, 19-0, in another non-conference go. But the Indians could have been down for the Porlagevillc lilt. They might have been looking forward t. Friday nights game with Dcxte •hleh should decide the Little Eigh Itle.this ye'ar. ' .',-.. Chaffee, co-champions with Hayi ast year, was practically eliminate when Dexter surprised with a 13- vln several weeks ago. Kpytl,,wilh two conference win fought Cliaffee to a tie in a meet ng cavlter in the season. Coach Emil Boepplcs Caruthersville Tigers, who showed Ihey are bcelnnin gto find a long-needed of-1 lenslve nuneh in last week's 20-0 loss lo Charleston, are still fighting Amazement Nation-Wide, Hoople Takes Bow Diagnosing Unexpected THAT GAME'S BACK—Basketball returns as the New York Knickerbockers of the professional National Association loosen up in the open air of Bear Mountain, N. Y. The sharpshooters are, left to right, Vince Boryla, Dick McGuire, Harry Donovan and Connie Simmons- be lowered to six points by game /time. to set out of the Big-Eight cellar. The Tigers are deadlocked with ackJson for last place ill loop standings. Both teams have lost and, next ranking teams, three conference games. Pel ryvllle are little better off. ' . / They both have two conference losses ap.iu'nst one tie. The standings: ,, ^ Little Bight Team . < .- • ' Dexter Hayti . USsco College Cagers |To Play Lakers 'In All-Star Game . CHICAGO, Oct. 25 V ,((Pj—A- hlgl "powered group of " 18 ' collegian coached by Kentucky's Adolp L'Rupp meet the professional Minhe "ipolis Lakers in Chicago stadium tomorrow night in the 10th annua all-star basketball game. The Collegians, under Rupp tutelage tor the lirst time, will,be seeking their seventh win in the series against George Mlltan «nd Ills Lakers. The Lakers, now in the newly-formed National Basketball Association, won the National Basketball League 'and Basketball Association of America titles in sue-. cesslvft seasons. Four players on Rupp's Kentucky jfclteam which won the NCAA cham- ;TTpionship m Seattle, Wash., last March are on the all-star squad. They are Alex Groia, Ralph Beard, Wallace. Jones and Cliff Barker. Other stars ol last season include Ed MaCauley. St. Louis and Bob Harris, Oklahoma A & M. Jim Londos toe hold and Ab- Maiden ott defeating Keene In one min- Chaffee te with, boyd flips ami a pin. Esst Prniris-. .... Garbaladf and Keene rallied to Illmo-Fcriifclt . ake the second foil In 10 minutes Bis with Garabaldi defeating Abbott I Team n eight minutes with a crab hold j jikcston . nd Keene winning over Cortez j Charleston n two flnutes with kangaroo kicks i cape Central . . and a double jack knife. . | Poplar WuH . •In the two one-fall preliminary bouts Galabaldi defeated Abbott in 12 minutes with airplane spins and pin and Cortez won over Keene n- 13 minutes with a Jim Loiidos s hold. During the match Meroney read a telegram from Roy Welch challenging Bill Canny and Ray Clements to n return matcU next week with his brother Joe Welch as his partner. Meroney said that the booking ; . l\ad been arranged.;. ^He also announced that . beginning next would of 8:15. Tulane Severs Grid Relations With Notre Dame CHICAGO, Oct. 25—(A>>—Tulallc. uiimerclfullyUrubbeil 46-7 by Notre Dame is the latest school to sever football relations with the South Bend giant, top-ranking team in the nation and undefeated through NV L T 3 - games. ! i With several opponents pulling j,out of the Notre Dame orbit, the 0 j old song and dance by Coach I'Frank L:iihy not even being able 1 to get a game with the Chicago QJ Bears is being revived. n \ But the Irish insist th'cy have no scheduling woes- Eel."Moose" Krause, Notre Dame athletic director, snys: "There are plenty-of good teams Perryville •••• u Keni'ett 0 Caruther-ville . 0 Jackson 0 W L T .300 3 I) 1 .301 . I 0 2 .02 .02 Bill Corum Looms As Next Head of Kentucky Derby LOUISVILLE, Ky.. Oct. 25. Irt't— The namo of Bill 'Corum, Ne\ York sports columnist, was move lo the head of the list Unlay as th likely successor, of the late Co Matt Winn as planner ot the Ken tucky Derby. One menmer of the Cliurchl Downs Committee going over, th list ot prospects to early on fo Colonel Winn, who died this montl confirmed Inte last night that Col um had been Interviewed by In commitlec. The committee's selection will I submitted to the Downs' Board t Directors for final approval. eager to play us. our schedules D r c e cemb a er n whe P n ThTl^g 'rf con" ^adio Singer's Collection fcrence makes It 1953- slate, we'll Qf Autos RcQUires Space I ^ ' go to work on ours. We don't work 3 ° on schedulss during the season." 3 ° i Tulaue's decision to call it quits with the 1950 game, when its six- WESTPORT, Conn. —(flV- Melton,- radio and concert sing and a commuting resident of t! . week the weekly matches start at 8 o'clock instead Irish, Army, Oklahoma are Nation's Top 3 Self-Seiyice Jail. GERINO, Neb. —MV-The cooperation was no less than splendid when Sheriff Mahlon Morgan arrested a man for intoxication. The sheriff found the man on the courthouse steps. Without ado, the man handed the" sheriff a .social security card bearing his name and address: Mor- gtin transferred the man to the county jail' upstairs. NEW YORK, Oct. 25. OT>>— Notre Dame, Army and Oklahoma rate 1, -2, 3, respectively, among' the nation's college football teams in the fourth weekly Associated Press poll, and their positions seem secure for at least another Saturday. The Irish, idle Inc.' past weekend and sitting pretty with a record of fovr triumphs in as many games, should prove most unwelcome guests for Navy, which has won only two of five starts. " Army, with a flve-for-five record, will entertain Virginia Military Institute, beaten in three out of five starts. Oklahoma, -victorious in all five starts, will be visited by Iowa State, a team with four wins, one loss and one tie. Only three of last week's top 10 retained the same places in the latest voting participated In by 143 sports writers and broadcasters. Notre Dame and Army remained first and^second and Cornell stayed in eighth position. The Irish received 120 of the first-place votes to hold the top- spot for a third straight week. Army drew only 12 and Oklahoma 10 Notre Dame had 1,387 points, compared to Army's 1,218 and Oklahoma's 1.143. Army, of course, received many second-place votes following its 63-6 slaughter of Columbia. Back of the three current leaders come California. Rice. Michigan, Minnesota. Cornell, Pennsylvania and Baylor. Seven of the first 10 teams remain unbeaten and untied. In addition to Notre Dame, Army and Oklahoma, they are California with six conquests: Cornell and Baylor each with live, and Penn with four. Papooses to Flay ! Return Contest With Marked Tree -U. •«..>.''. . '- *'i, : -^ Coach Earl Stabler of Blytlieville Junior High School has announced the scheduling of a seventh game for his Papooses on their 1949 grid slate. The seventh game is a return engagement with the Marked T^rcc junior Indians at Marked Tree on Nov. 3, Coach Stabler' said. That date was originallly listed as open on the schedule. This will throw the Paps, meeting the junior Indians twice this season. In the two teams' first meeting last week the Papooses emerged victorious by a 26-0 score. year contract expires was announc- ; arca spelKl5 al , of llis sp;lre tll By Major Amw B. Hoople Wizard of Up«ets i Gridiron enthusiasts have learned to look to my sterling forecasts for a number of upsets each Saturday. Egad I This week Is no exception. My three recommended specials are Pitt to defeat Penn, Illinois to overcome Michigan and Washington to upset Southern California. I have received mountains of letters commending me fov my success in diagnosing unexpected results. On a recent Saturday, you know, I picked Northwestern to beat Michigan, Bice to prevail over Southern Methodist, ami Santa Clara to beat CLA. Amazement' was nation - wide icn thes ethlngs actually htippen- "Ilow do you do it?" one gentle- ail wrote from Willlamspoit. Pa. thought I had seen a few crazy orthets in my day, such as the Dots who predict the end of the orld, and birds who say It's going rain because the cat sleeps on the (I side of the fireplace, but you re positively the weirdest chnrnc- r 1 ever met." Such lilsli prnise must not be \in- e.s n rvcci, eh. reader.?? Now Just take a look at Ihe grid ire o! Oct. 23, (is dished out by the tig of them all. Heh-hchl I'm jokiig, of course—but truth Is [ten spoken in Jest, remember! Darlnioulli 21, Yale 6 Harvard 20, Holy Cross 1 Notre Dame M. N»vy 13 Prim Slate 2*. Syracuse 13 1'itl 21, I'rnn 14 Minnesota 35. Perdue 13 Illinois 20. MIclilKin 14 Wsi-tmslu 20, Indiana 0 Orc&mi 14, Iowa 7 Oklahoma 21, low* Stale B Kansas SlMc H, Kansas 1 Nebraska 14. Missouri 13 Northwestern 14, Ohio Stale 6 Alabama 14. Georgia 6 Tcitils Christian 14, B»>Ior 6 Georgia Tech 13. Duke 0 I.n. Stale 18, Mississippi 13 No. (,'arolln* 24, Tennessee 8 Tiiliinc 2'/, Miss. Slale ^ Texas 20, Sn. Mellindlst 14 Illcft 33, T«»s Terh 7 California 21, IJCIA 13 Klaiitnnl 14. Santa Clara 8 Washington 13, So. Calif. 7 bav liltm'Hf. Trumann Midleweight Signed for London Bout LONDON, Oct. 25—M>)—I' etc Mead, middleweight fighter from Trumann, Ark., was signed by Promoter Jack Solomons yesterday lo meet, Randolph Tuniln of England In a ten-round bout here Nov. 15. Turplii wanted the fight, al Lon- oil's Hai'rlngay urenn, to be for Iglit rounds. Solomons held out for en. A flip f a coin decided the ssuc. Mend lost Ills first fight in Lon!on, Oct. 11, when he was oul- mltited in ten rounds by Uavc Sands, Australia! 1 ) mUldlewcglhl. But lie American .won the praise of LoMotto Agrees To Defend Title Against Cerdan NEW YORK, Oct. 25. (/Pi—Middleweight Champion Jakfi LaMotla las given his answer to critics who aid he would never fight Marcel Jerdan again. 'Hie Bronx Bull agreed late yes- :erday to meet the Frenchman in a IB-round title bout in Madison Square. Garden Dec. 2. Iron-chinned Jake, who lifted Cerdan's crown in Detroit last July 10, had been slated to give Marcel a return shot in Yankee Stadium Sept. 28. ' But six days before the contest, Jako said he had Injured his right shoulder. The fight was postponed Indefinitely. 1 That gave rise to rumors that LaMotta was backing out and had no Intention of giving the 33-ycar- old ex-champ hl.s deserved return crack. Tobacco Worms Feed On Various Vegetables BERKLEY, Cnllf. — llTt— Tomato and Tobacco honuvc/rms range farther thnn the two plai.cs for wh 1 - 1 ' thye are named, reports.Dr. Harold T. Reynolds ot the University of California. His studies show that these' crcaturcs>tise ^the Jlmson weed <whlch nobody cares about> as a base ol. operations from 'which to attack potatoes, peppers, and eggplants. • Tomato and Tobacco hoi-nworms me closely related by Dr. Reynolds 'aus and brlllsh sports writers who snys an entomologist can easily tell called him the gnmest U. S. fight- them apart. Both have been chow- cr ever to appear In a Drltisli ring, ing up American plants s.lnce col- Solomons promised at Hint time' to onla) days and they've recently got line up other fights for Mead. to be tiultc a nest In California. ed last night and comes three weeks after a University of Washington resent said his school also is through with Notre Dame. at his hobby. It Is the collection of old time automobiles/ which has grown to,such an extent that special museum has been set up In five meetings with the Irish,' north of nearby Norwalk to display Hew Use for Electricity In Protection of Pipes Tulane scored only 19 points while being buried under 204. Freak Accident Has Element of Old Comedy VENTURA, Califa., Oct. 25. (<T)— It sounds like something out of an old Muck Scnnett movie but it was "no comedy to-Harry Wilton Field, 35. Field took his two children along with him yesterday as he drove trallerload of trash to the city di-mp. He saw In the rear-view mirror that the trnsh was afire. He stepped on the gas to beat the tire to the dump. Rounding a curve, the car door swung open and Field fell out. The driverless auto with the children NEW YORK —f.^'j— Electricity | aboard sped crazily down the high has stepped to the fore as a pro j way. lector ngalnst frozen water pipes j Then the car turned itself aroum in the road and came back towan Field, ran him down and knockec them to > the public. Often Melton himself can be seen driving about the countryside In one of his revitalized high-wheeled touring cars of the vintage around 1912. California Greatest Tourist Exporter '49 LONDON (AP)—California sent more tourists, to Britain during the 194S season than any other stale In the union, the Travel Association says. Of Americans wlio came here, 16 per cent were from California; 10 per cent from New York; 7 per cent from Ma-snchus'ctts, 6 per cent from Illinois and 6 per cent from Pennsylvania. The association said Gl per cent of the American visitors were wo- GOVERNMENT LOANS ON SOYBEANS AVAILABLE The Wilson'Soya. 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