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8ATUBDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1949 BLYTHEVTLI.B (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Wilson Rolls Over Tyronza 41-7; Bulldogs Annex * Straight Win Canines Use Powtr To Retain Unbeaten And Untied Record ' : By Jim Deer Courier Newi Correspondent WILSON. Nov. 5 — Wilson High School's unbeaten Bulldogs made It seven In a row by humiliating Tyronza High' School's eleven -41-7 In last night. .The Bulldogs, using Iheir single tallied twice in the first quarter, three times in the second and once in the fourth. Taking over at mldfield on a Punt the Bulldogs wasted no time in getting scoring underway. They moved along the ground all lhe way J° < ne Tyionza two- from where fullback H. P. Cash plunged over with the opening touchdown. Quarterback Howard Woodyard picked up the extra point. They scored Rgain .in the second on their best break of the partie. A Tyronza back fumbled a Wilson punt on the three yard line and a Bulldog player who was down under the punt fell on it Immediately. Halfback Edwin Webb on the first play from scrimmage, plowed over. The extra point try was nnt good. Tyrnnza Scores in First Tyronza .scored Us lone touchdown In the second quarter on a '5-yard pass play from quarterback Justice to left end Smith. Smith gathered in the aerial at the Tyronza 30 and scooted down the sidelines Into the end zone. Smith kicked the extra point That was all for Tyionza. from there on Wilson was unstoppable. In the .second quarter the Bulldogs picked up 21 more points to ice third touchdown early in the second period on a 15-yard jaunt inside end. Howard Woodyard added the fourth « few plays .aler on » 35- gi.yard sprint and then passer! to ^•halfback Eugene Nixon for 15 yards and a fifth touchdown late in the nrsl half, cash and Nixon picked up all three extra points. The third period went by scor-- IMS as. Wilson substitutes started flooding on the field. Tyronza tried fepera eh- «, get back , , he but Wilson's light defensive play nouldn • cooperile. Midway "in Ihe fourth Quarter Wilson opened-its final touchdown drive ot the night. Howard Woodyard look off on the best run of he nrnht, a 55 -yard punt return I" score untouched but a cHopin* —" v nun^d U ie olay and^ve the ball at the Ty>«s moved along the ^^J^^o 0 ^ h°7h rd end Gene Wrorlyard for" th<- "extra P'i'nt to complete the scoring After the f rst quarter Tvronza was I14VD1- in the same. They were co.nme'nlv outclassed bv the ha-d I ,1"? 7 ilson elevcn «'"lch piled .un 19 first downs while holdin^ the victors to 10. Tl- BnlirtoF., "were "."essed n total of 3s yrm i s ln £! »»ies to none for Tyronza. qf P' line,,,*;: S' n «h L°E. ... Me™'™" Dims L T £'» L0~. Denn C D. Bivens R o.' Wilson R T R. Bivens ... R K Justice Q B Frozier H B. Tatu m H B Enrich ...... p B Douglas Forrester H. Wood yard Boyles Webb Cn Si>bstitutions:'Ty'ron Z a - H Biv- Datl ' w-, 0 " 1 Y ° Ullg ' Wrlltl0 ' "nd Davis. Wilson - Alexander, Birch, AmS 'I™"' Nixon ' Stanrod Amundsen, Ryaij, Jolles Crawford! Sudbury BOWS To Lanpe 13-9 Kiddie Game opened up with their T formation »ide stuff. With stage ln i fullback i John Hllliard doing the maneuvering, the csls on t wo straight pitchout plays moved to » first down on the Blythevlllt nine. Lutes broke in from his defensive halfback position to stop another wide pitch-out play for a four-yard loss on the next play but Stage retaliated by circling the opposite But there the Chicle forwards _ Taking over O n downs at the two the Chicks opened another drive with Lutes, Reid and Lum alternating to move out of the hole rapidly. The chicks reeled off three slraight first downs and appeared well on their way to their second touchdown when the halftime whistle slopped them on the North Little Rock 44. The third period, for the most Part, was played in North I.itlle Rocx territory. The klckoff 'opening the second half went out of bounds In the vicinity of the Bly- vil e five and the Chicks got the Dan on their own. 35. On a sleeper play. Lutes passed to end Marvin Hall at mldfield and Hall moved to the Nort|, Little Rock 30 behind a gnod blocking screen. Lutn got five at guard and Reid muscled his way inside end to the Wildcat 16. Lutes and Mel Hay each tried to pass to end John Hutcherson but both failed and Lutes punted out of bounds i at the North Little Rock. ID. I The Wildcats-elected to run out of the hole and that they did. Stage Parks and Hllliard alternated In carrying and with the aid of a 15- yard roughing the kicker penalty LUM ALMOST AWAY-UlUe Roger Lum (with the ball hidden under his righTi'm".^^ „„ wav wit>i a mini i^iiii-ii i,\ ti^. ,i. t .... ^. ....... l -iiii^ .tuiiust \\eni all with Korlli Little Hock here. Him ver comes in to biin B him down on the way with a punt return In th e tllh . d quai . tel , „, last nleW& ga| took the punt on his own 35 and is shown above as ihe wildcats' c Shawnee Indians Conquer Lepanto as Wooley comes up in the rear. downs to move to the Blythevillc 36 But there they met with strong resistance and the Chicks held for downs. Bl.vthevillc's final touchdown . came after six minutes ul play In Uir fourth quarter and it was' set up b.v i blocked punt, the Chicks' first of the season. Taking over nt the 20 aft-r an exchange of kicks, the Wildcats in three downs managed lo gain only six yards and Stage dropped back- to punt. Chick tackles J. A. Lloyd jmc! Jim Berry converged on him however, before he could gel the- kick away, and batted it down with the ball bein s killed at the 25. Five P ys later the score was 14-0 Reid cut inside his own ri»tit tackle for five. Lutes lost his block: i7}"T' mg on an end sweep and was thrown I ??. ' for a six yard loss-but he passed iS' a f c ' lo quarterback Buddy Donuer for i S,^ s •: 1C yards and a first down on the' ard Wildcats' 10. neid circled end to the two but was carried from the •- 1 aftei the play with an in- fd ankle. Conner on the next over guard for the Major Leagues Begin Preparing For Draft Session CINCINNATI, Nov. 5 (AP) — Major League baseball executives scanned a bulky 7Q-piiEe document from Commissioner A. B. Chandlei today in an effort to find hidden talent they could draft at the major league draft meeting here Nov. 17. The 79 pages listed hundreds of players eligible for the draft, including numerous" bonus players and former big leaguers such as pitchers Bobn New=oin and Ralph Buxton. Kuxtrai pitched for the world chamiuon New York Yan- line on defense and did n very respectable job of It. Stnrllni! lineups: N. Little flock Pus. Blythevllle Lyons .-..: L.E. .:..... Gurley Whitten L. r Lloyd Broadway L.G. . Phillips .'. C Drokc •• R.G Garner .. R.T .. R.E Fowlc Barlow •' IVoolcy n.n. H.B. BeiTV Hail Donner , , , „,,_! gintin lui' me touchdown. Gee's kick from placement was perfect. Lum Substitutions: North Little Rock -Glover, Tyler, Hobby, and Shelton. Blyilieville—Daniels, vyitndcr- lich. Hay, Gee, Crincr. Hutcherson Mack Hay, Anderson, Bean, D. Reid , , . Boron-sky. Gossetl. and Bnyd Scoring touchdowns: Blytheville- Reid and Conner. Extra points: Wylhe- The Wildcats tried vaijilv to hit .„ _ — J ..,^pay dirt in the late minutes buttj, ,r ee ^'^"mentK Officials: lady luck frowned on them with a Du!;i e Speck, referee: Zack Curlin coifple of bad breaks. With three um l' irc ' Sterling Inman, field judge; minutes to so. stage set sail on his "' "—'— " best run of the night, a 50-yard quick opener to the Blytheville H but the play K-SIS nullified by a 15- yard holding penalty. That failed lo dishearten the Wildcats how- svcr. After an exchange of punts they came back, this time by u, e aerial route. the BlvtlS^"^'?;^?!? ., H nci i Monk, in despera- tow «''d the end but hopes by pulling the aerial down n,, L n lSC X- WiWcats took Bother leg on the \ •- Grade School football chnmp.onship yesterday afternoon w in a hard-earned 13-9 decision i ,-, a p 81t!ng Sudbur y eleven «t nvrr I V' ' nie Vt " n ^S pushed over two touchdowns in the first half and then held on to the Vace or a threatening Wave assault, winch was just, not quite god enough. r ,™"°, P m U ' Wns creclll «l w»h both Lange tallies, the first in the opening period carrying 60 yards for the score. In the second period, he again skirted end for 35 yards »nd the score, giving the Wildcats a 13-D lead. h r,h n r °"K a " had the ball on Lange's one as the ?" TS'?; I ? ey l " un >^ In the second half, being held on the one- foot mark in the third period Their first score, a safety, came Immediately as Pen,, tried to run the ball out and was thrown behind € »'c line for two pointi. They came ck wilhln the five-yard line once .. )re '" the «»r1y fourth period and then ate In Ihc game Robert Whit* took II from 3 yards out and made FOR SALE CO.SVPF.TE CULVERT TILt - C'O.NURtTfc SEWEK TII.E Sues 4-».» ixckn CONQEKTE ' SEPTIC TANR8 • IM.I Prlrw - - , w , „,,„„ A. H.WEBB Hhjhwaj fij >i sut« tint fhtat in the clock put. the Chicks ran HIP II - Wel8hl Up front was the big diflercnce. The Chick for wards packed a 20-pound we Isht adl Bob Porter, linp? Came Statistics N. L. Rock Blytheville First downs Pusses attempted Yds. gnd. rushing. Passes completed .. Yds. gnrl. passing . Passes interc. by Punts Avg. per puiit".'."' Fumbles ]" Oppts. fumbles rcc.] . Kickoffs Avg. per kickoli Penalties Yds. pcnnliiied 12 ; 3 .199 . 34 . 0 . 4 . 25 3 1 1 59 Win'" 1 , Cali t0 ' d in lhe . '' do much in , uc n iddle of the Chick wall but sailing al the ends ' oun " oweite of Improvement, but It was still be- S' Uy ' Briinst wide M biBgest '"'Provcment i clutches. They played the 30-yard lilt » in thrust. i . SCly **? lhe cl Up and cver >' Individual Itccurds Blylhevillc Tries 20 II 6 155 3 Go 1 5 15 2 1 3 55.6 G 50 Player Lutes . Linn Hutcherson Hay . ..... Anderson . D - Reid Totals . 43 Gnd. 08 40 7 4 -4 7 3 0 Player Monk Stage . Parks . Hllliard Shelton . Glover North Little Rock Tries Gnd. 3 16 6 97 37 39 19 1 Avg. 4.40 5 2.33 .50 -4 3.50 3 0 Avg. 2 6.12 4,62 4.75 19 1 Caruthersville Gains 31 to 0 Win Tigers Whip Jackson In Big Eight Contest To Move Out of Cellar By .rimes Borry ConrTrr \r\vs Corrcspondi-iit CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. Nov. C. Belkas, Roberts Are Teamed for Two olcltlmera. Chris Belkas and Red Roberts, will make their return to the •Blythevillc WvcsUIng ring Monday.night In Ihc American Legion's wrestling bouts nt Municipal Auditorium. •;,::• -..:' Belka.s and Roberts,; who have both been absent from the Blythe- villc ring lor several.months, will —Caruthcrsvllles Ti(j«rs ronred past I mc ' mbel '- s ol opposing teams In Jnclv-ron and out of the B(E Klght " lc '" K "'"'ch main event of Mon- cclhir last night with n 31-0 viclorv • lnv nl K' ll ' s bouts. Belkns will team here, " wilh Ace Abbott, who made his Walrtrnii iitifltif* ^.t^.-nn» 1 wre.stliMB delinl Tioi-,\ t.\vr* \i-e\n\f~ ,,^>i Hedge. Morgan and operated smoothly in the Tiger hackCield to nace Coach Emil Boennlcs lads to'I he win. It v.-as the second triumoh of the year for the Ti"cr;i who held a non- confnrcnce decision over Portn"e- ville. Cnriitbersville start early in the first pel Tiger iitie si'.-nrr'cd over n on the .inckson 35 wrestling debut hero two week? ..„.. and Roberts will team with Swede eNl.son, another veteran who has been absent from the ring here for some time. Belkas is u former Army Air Force seigrant who was stationed nt Ely- i j ihuvillc Army Air Field for three led Its scoring (>' C! "' S during World War II nnd'be-i *rlod when ltie!^ :ln n '- s professional \vrt\slling na-' - fumble | recr rHiring lhe time he WRS sta-j jtioncd here. He Is ako a foiincr na- Cantrell nailed Lacey with a pass i tional Olympic weight lifting cllam- [lion. ., Roberts,' an ox-imdertake'r .from on the 12 lo set up the score! Wal- droh atlded 10 yards on two" tries bill on 1,1s next pl'iice into the line fimiblcil. the brl! <;oh) K into the c!'d zinc where PlunkTTiKor ouard fell on it tor Hie score. Wilson's try for point was nnl K ood O|H'ii Drive In the second <|iinrler. the Tigers slarted a drive mi their 20 which was to tnke Ih'-in BO yards for their n nd toucbrliwn. I'-dco ana Waldron rtid most nf tr.n clnm'aRe with end sweeps anrt i'l''iiftcsl inn of the drive'didn't exceed 11 yards. WRldron bucked over from the two and wifson kicked his only point of the ni»tit, f ble on lhe Jarksrm -Ifi. Hertite atldetl ! 13 and Wahlron went lo the 25. It was from (hat point thnl '~'ee tnrncrl in the neatest run 'I I'" even'tiB. He spun nrwiid end ir J6 vnrds onlv after apparenilv being slop-eil several limes. Srorc in Tlilrrl A third quarter drive started on the CnrnthcrsvilJc after a IS yard Hunt return by Cantrell. Ground plays rammed the ball to lie Tiger 3!) and then Cantrell passed to Bostic for a plrvy which covered 47 yards lo the Jackson 11 Waldron picked up a first down on the two and then rammed over m two plqys. In the final quarter, Canlrcll started thing., when he faded to pass. WBS trapped and ran for a (irr: -liwn on Ihe Jackson .19 Cantrell pnssecl to Bostic for a f.rst down on the Jackson nine Waldron took It over on three tries The Tiiiers will meet Pcrryville at Perryrlllc next week. Lltlle Rock, Gives Missco Eleven 9-7 Margin Needed for Victory Hy Charley Kelts Courier News Correspondent LBPAKTO, Nov. 5—Shawnee's In- dlaiw put together an 85-yanl behind to spoil Lcpanto's honiccoin- J'lR. Lepanto grabbed ai7-0 lead in the first quarter. The touchdown was set up by an Interceincd Shawnee pass alter which Lcpanto's Klzey scored on a 22-yard pass from Wilmoth. ci. Caipeiitcr look a short pass for the point. In the second quarter, the Indians started a drive which senucit destined for a, sure six points, but eventually turned out to net only' two. • Shawnee slarted the march on H.s [30 and, using straight power, went •10 the half-yard line of Lrpanto [where Hnmaman, Indian fullback, fumbled with Lepanto recovering. (U:ls Quick Itcvcnge Ilousiiman' avenged his blunder on Hie next play when he .stormed through the Lepanto line to nail the ball carrier in the end z-me for the Indians' safety and victory margin. Adams turned In his long run |n the third quarter. A fumble on lhe | part of the Indians put the ball on their 14. • I-Vom this ixilnt, Adams circled curt and set sail for the goal line. BUI Welch threw the key block on the play and Johnny Harrison s[ied around end for the point. Each team threatened In the rcc- onil half but neither could muster a scoring punch, In the chapter, Iiaskett amazed the .viieelrclore when he rtr-ppud back In deep pimt tornin- tlun and kicked lil^h nvcr Ihc head nt L'.-jiiinlo's two safety men. The ball travelled about 07 yards and came to rest on the Lepanto two yard line. : Tin: linciijis: Lepanlo Po.s. G. Carpenter . LE .... Kitchen i,T .... Ruckcr LG .... Spears .... C...'.. Kelly RCI ... Glover rtT ,._« Tolllver HE Wilmoth Garner Shawnee Welch Robertson .. Childers .. Bell lc) Lauderdale ... HlgpinA Sulccr QB Ilaskctt HB .-. n,- Anms Belkns, needs no! MnClcllen ]ID. ... J. H.irrhon Introduction to niythcvllle fans. He lias been perlorminR'in this circuit !cr a number of years and Is best remembered for hi.s unties with Bill C.uiny who \vn.s' his lavcirile tug m trh partner for several years. iNVl'on is a heavyweight ol Swedish decent. lie hotd- n iiirce following aUMin^ Illytheville mat fans and made his debut here more than two veins a^o. lie ha.s not appeared here m more than a year, however. In addition to the main event, tv.o one-fall preliminary bouts arc also on Ihe curd. In the Roberta will cl~sh with Abbott and in ;ees, but was released to Kansas City after the World Series. The dralt prices are: Class AAA- ilO.OOO; class AA-JI^OO; Class A To'ckles of Texas In Top SVf C Tilt DALLAS, Nov. 5. MV-Tlif Southwest Conference f.wtball race moves through what Is tantamount to '.Is quarter-final rot nd today. liaylovs unncaten, untied Bears tackle the first ol three big ub- staclc.s In the way ot their tlrM championship in a quarter ot :i century. With 57.000 in Mcmirl.'l Stadium at /\ustifi. the Bruin* play a Texas team that's out ot the race but just aching to ruin somebody else's chances. At Houston the Rice Owls march against Arkansas with the intentions ot protecting a tic for first place uith Baylor. Arkansas' also Is on the sidelines so far as the title Is concerned but pack enough wallop to cause Rice some deep worries. Southern Methodist, f ghling to retain a chance at the -hampic J^Sf^^&Jfc?^- g£ p^V,.'JTofthe f b£ '".' Te^CVay Se/C rn B rto°th U f °, r Sutibur y- K - D- Moore made the extra point and the game v "° f » r -»-- You Can T«H th« Differtnc* in Good Shoe Repair BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA VVRESTLING _ I.OWBST ADMISSION PRICK ANYWHIW Keserved Sea.-s on Sale at the Legion Arena from 6 p.m. livery Monday Monday November 7 A I)UI,TS 50c - CHJUJRBN loc New Sorting Time 8:00 BOX SCATS 15c KXTKA (Tax Inclmlcdl TAG MATCH ACE ABBOTT and CHRIS BELKAS versus TV(»U» RED ROBERTS and SWEDE NELSON Afro Two 1-Fall 30-Minute Matehe Elzey I-'U ., Hoiisnnwn Substitutes: Shawnee—.1. Adams, S. Harrison, Lepniilo —' Maitdox, Nichols, J. Carpenter. Tarsus, a town In Turkey the harbor of which was visited by Cleopatra's fleets. Is now an Inland Enwn 10 miles frnm the soti of land wushcu down from tile in- lerior. otllsts must win or be eliminated. A. and M. already is oia of the race. Texas Christian licks Us wolinds from beatings by Arkansas and linylor and rest this week. The Horned Frogs tiro diking time ™t to gel ready for arch-enemy Texas. Crowds tolal'ng ITi.nOfl arc due for the three games with 30.000 ,it College Station and 26.000 at Houston. Hope Trounced By Little Rock; Pine Bluff Wins More teams advanced to the state playoffs; others set the stage for district title showdown-, and Little Hock and !>ine Bluff tuned up for their Big Six championship feud in school football. Clinching Class A district crowns :' n lJ"" s '°" bc ' l .» s were Slloam decision over CrosselMn the Eighth District, and Stuttgart which down- eel Forrest City,.25-14, in District SIX. All big six teams went ngalnsi outsiders and they came up with four wins, a loss and a tie. Little nock's Tigers routinely swamped Hope, 35 to 1, pine Bluff which will entertain the Tigers next week with Iho lllle hanging in bal- nucc, romped over Warren 4B-0. 151 Dorado blasted F'ordyce, 40-0, and Hot Springs took Joncsboro! 19-6, lo account for the Big Six' other conquests. Fort Smith came out with a 7-7 tie with Texinkaim but Norlli Little Rock was unable to uphold the prestige of the stale's top classification, losing to Blythe- villc, 0-H. _ \ Football Scores Con nly Blylhevlllc 14, Norlli Llltlc Rock 0. Wilson 41, Tyrone 7. Shuwnei 9, Lepanto 1. Barton B, Kelscr 0. Baric ,45, Dycss 0. Osccola 47, Germantown, Tcnn. 0. Southeast Missouri Cai'ulhersville 31 Jnckson 0 Stale Little Rock 35, Hope 7. 151 Dorado 40, Fordycc 6. Pine Hlu.II 48, Warren 0. Hoi Springs'ID, .lonesboi-o 6 Port Smith 1, Texarkana 1 (tic). Con way 12, Benton 10. Stuttgart 25, Cily 14. Slloinn, Springs 32, lluntsvlllc 0. Joplin, Mo., 25, Fnycttevllle 20 BojitonvDle 12, Hiin-ison fi. Cmndcii 20, Magnolia 20 Utc). Biiltf Knob 12, McCJrory 6. Newport 37, Paragould 12. Marked Tree 26, Trumaim 7. Walnut Ridge 27, Dutesville 19 Clai-ksvillo 14, Paris 7. Gieewood 2C, pratk u. Harlford 19, Miuislickl 0. Marlarina 25, Parkin 0. West Memphis 13, Marlon 6. s Holly drove 4(i, J!rlnk|cy 0. DoQneen 44, Prescotl 0. Nashville H, Ourcion 0. Hughes 51, HeValls Blulf 0 Heche 35, Lonoke 0. llcnvcncr, Okla., :ia, Rogers 0. Mena 20. lltxjnevllle 14. Klnlnc 13, Hnrrlsburg 7. Slke.ston 10, Cape 0. Charleston 21, B. prairie 0 Kennett 86. Dexter 6. Poptnr Ulllff B, Pcrryville 2. Chnlfee H, Maiden e. Plggott 559, Portngcvllle 26. Cracked Plaster Only Damage from Heaviest 'Quake to Hit Son Diego SAN DIEGO, Calif., Nov. 5-(/l>) --Cracked plaster was nboul l| lc most serious clntnag? San Diego could find today from as heavy an carlbquake as It has known. The City Harbor Department's waterfront building was cracked. There was similar damage to a Seminoles Gain Win on Ground Long Runs by Hill and Spiers Lead Way to Win Coach Rube Boycn's Osccola Scm- Inoles put their passing attack to ground ni(h their' running game to town * 47 "° vlctory al Oerma'n- • ield.' """ °" lh " Gwm » n '°wa Hie rough till S1)w many Semlnole regulars sit out much of the game Ihrce touchdowns In the first quar- Tommp Spiers. Semlnole quarterback, started things in the first frame when he scampered 35 yards Spiers failed to pass but kept tha ball to reglslcr the first six points Hill Gels Loose Coleman I.anmim's kick for tha point was good. Soon after (he touchdown, Harvey Lee Hill got loose on a GO-ytnU punt return which saw 8emlnol» bloricer.? cut n wide swathe through ucrniantown defenders Hill added Ihc third'score on a .10-yard Jcsmpcr anil Lnniuun again added the point, Slmticytclt got In the scoring act soon after when he bucked across with (be ball resting only inches from the end zone. The score wa» set up by a 30-ynrder by Sill well. In the second quarter, It was Hill nualn who scorctl for the Seminoles. nils lime the shifty halfback wai abput 20 yards out when be began nls touchdown run. Laniium again converted. 50 Vard Pass Dunn picked up another score with a 1-1 yard trot and Bo Travl« got the final six points when he ncgotl.iled 12 yards between himself and the goal. >.•' Spiers limbered up his passing arm once when he threw from nlj own end /one to Warren Wclnbcre the latter making' lhe catch near nniltleld although two defender* swarmed over him. Watson took over quarlcrbacking • lulles for n large part ot the game and Conch Boycc said todav he wns pleased with the lanky "lad'i performance. ' -. The Seminoles will meet Wilson'* Bulldogs at Wilson nexl week. College of Ozarks Handed 34-14 Loss By Little Rock JC CLABKSVILLE, Ark., Nov. 5 «•) —Little nock Junior,College's powerful Trojans will carry ah undefeated, untied record Into the shrln* Bowl gninc at Arkansas War Memorial Stadium next Saturday. They kept their slnlc clean »n<J spoiled the College, of the Ozarks' homecoming by walloping the Mountaineers, 34-14, here last night. Harold Waggoner again paced the Trojans to victory, running for three touchdowns. Little Rock's opponent ,tn th» Shrine Bowl will, be Northeast, La .Junior College, which dropped r. 2612 decision to McNccse unlor College last night. number of other structures, Including Cpvonado High School acros* the bay. . • > A wide area In Southern California and Adjoining Mexico felt the quake at 12M:i:52 p.m. Pacific Slanard Time 12:42:52 pm CST) yesterday but its force appeared centered here and at Tijuana, Mex.. 16 miles away. PROFIT By Reading the Classified Ads Every Day! PROFIT By Advertising In The Classified Columns When You V/anl to'Buy or Sell ADS PLACED BEFORE 9 AM WILL APPEAR SAME DAY ' BLYT All Classified Advertising Payable in Advance PHONE 4461 PILE COURIER NEWS

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