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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 27, 1950
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FAG1 TO* •LYTHEVILI.IB (ARK.) COUK1EK NKWi MONDAY, NOVEM1S* >f, Chicks Play Russellville, Ky., In Polio Bowl Thursday Night ' With their second playoff f<)« derided, Rlyllievillc's iindefeHlcd nnil unlicd Cliicka- iaws will Hike time out from tlicit- state championship bailie lor a bit. of charity work this'week when they go lo Charleston, Mo., Thursday night to meet a strong Riissollville, Ky., eleven in the second annual Polio Bowl. The Chicks learned Saturday * ilternoon that they must meet the Van Buren Pointers, District lAAj champions, in Ihcir second-round playoff game Ore. 8, A drawing was held in Little Rock Saturday lo determine which ot the three le.ims remaining In the playoff got the second round bye and the Chicks found themselves paired with the Pointers. The bye went to Caimtcn. Site for the Van Bin-en game has not been selected but Jilythevilte High School officials are negotiating with Van Buven authorities in an effort- io obtain the game for Haley Field. But the playoff will he forgotten this week with Coach Rii.<a Mo-sley and his tribe concentrating on the Polio Bowt. Blytheville High School accepted an invitation lo play in Ihe bowl game two weeks ago wilh the net proceeds to so to (ifht, infantile paralysis. Tn Split I'riKTCils One. third of the net proceeds o! Hie game will return to Blytheville lor polio work, with one third go- infi io Hussellvllle and one' third to Charleston. The Polio Bowl is sponsored by the Charleston Kiwanls Club with Kiwanlaus of Blytheville and Russellville cooperating. In Rnssetlvllle. the Chicks will face what possibly will be their toughest 'lest, of the year. Riissell- ville is undefeated and untied In 10 games and Is the Wesiern Ken- HotAICSquabble May Decide Title LRJC May Protest League Ruling on Arkantoi Statt Tilts Br CIAKI. iu:i.i, Um,E ROCK. Nov. 27. (AP) The xea.son *nris Thursday, but the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference /ootball champion may not be dflermlned until next month Awarding ot the championship at the conference's December meet- Ing Is a mere formality In moM years. But IhU time the meeting may have lo decide who Is champ. lucky Conference champion. Russellville's victory string includes Portland, Ky., 12-0; Murray, Ky., 20-0; Fairdnte, Ky.. 12-7; Glasgow. Ky.. 32-13; Providence, Ky., JI-0; Franklin, Ky., 49-19; Hopkinsville, Ky.'!'39-6; Madlsonville, Ky., 27-0; Maylield. Ky., 4fi-0 and Bowling Green, Ky., 20-14. Actually, Russellville will have a 14-game winning streak at. stake when they face the Chicks. H has a carry over of four games .-from last season. Russellville was last beaten by Hopkinsville 20-7 'lasts-year. Russellville boasts a powerful and weighty line and a back^icld that, features both passing and running. Jim San ford, i 205-pound fullback I* rated as the most outstanding back in Ruwellville'.v history. A »enlor, sanford has been playing high school football since he was In the .eighth-grade. Up fronl, Russellville boasts a beefy line that' averages approximately no pounds p cr player. The forward wall I* strong down the middle with a tackle and .a guard weighing In a't 200 and 205 pounds respectively. The Polio Bowl is a big affair in Southeast Missouri. Last* year SlXeston, Mo., defeated Festu.% Mo., Jn the Inaugural 'game that was played before an overflow growd of some JS.OOO fails. Sikeston was extended an Invitation to return lo • the bowl thi* year but refused, according to Charleston Kiwanis officials. The game will be broadcast by Harry Caray and Gabby Street, popular radio team that airs the St. Louis Cardinal baseball garpcs. The broadcast will be carried over A 15-station network. Paramount News also has been invited and Is expected to take iclion films of the game. Ticket* for the Polio Bowl have been placed on sale In BlyLheviilc at all downtown drug stores or may rx purchased through the Kiwan Club. The era 80,000.000 years sailed the Cretaceous age. CIENTJ.KK SK\".' — As nice a block as was ever thrown by the boys in Football hits Rowena Ifvcis irlghti and the ball pops out of her hands during annual game at Yakiina. Wash., Friday between the frosh and sophomore girls of Yakinm Valley Junior College as part of homecoming celebration. Quarters were shavpd to five minutes eauh. Fiosh won, 6 to 0, over Miss I^wis and her sophomore teammates. (AP Wire- photo). Only a week »KO A 1C President Sports Roundup Illinois Dominates All-Big Ten Selections with Four Berths CHICAGO, Nov. '21, (AP) ---Illinois bleu- the Big Ten title arid Ro?e Bowl assignment last Saturday, but had some consolation today in landing four lierths to dominate'the 1950 all-conference football team picked by the loop coaches for the Associated Press, Michigan, whose 9-3 upset- or Ohio-*--—• — Stale coupled with the UUnl's 14-7 loss lo Northwestern gave the Wolverines the title, and Ohio State each placed three play era on the honor team; The eleventh player and only unanimous choice on the No. 1 mythical team wns Northwestern end Don Stonosifer, who set three' league pass-catching records. Ohio State's Vic Jnnov,'lc7,, n one 7 man bsickfield gnni;, missed, n sweep when one 'coach" put; him'; oii. the second team. He was shifted from halfback to quarterback in the all- slar bacV.fieUJ which was Michigan's Chuck Ortmann and Illinois' Dick RakloviU at the halves and Michigan's Don Dnfcx at fnllbnck. This unit averages 184 pounds and Shawnee's Tilt With Lepanto Re-Scheduled Matt Ellis announced that the college presidents, who have the conference'.s voting power, hart riecld- r-d In H mail poll before the sea.son that gnmos with. Arkansas Slate would not count in tho .standings. State it.self dlrin't play enough conference jam PA to qualify for the title. Under that ruling, Henderson which last lo State; caij win top honors by heating OuRchita, a: fully expected, in their traditiona' Thanksgiving game at Arkarielphta Should Ouachita upset the Red- dles, Little Rock Junior College would get the title and there wouk be no further qiie.stion to decide. Kuline Is Confli(tin ? Hnt if everything »oes according to form on the field of play. Little Rock may protest the special rul- insr, which, is in conflict with th AIC by-law.s and regulations printed summer; The by-laws stipulate that championships "will be determined the percentage of wins and losses In game.s between members of the conference." They do not specify any members as exceptions and they provide the amendments may adopted only at a regular conference meeting. A ruling adopted April 30, 19+9. ays: "Each game played belween two conference schools shall be counted In compiling official -standings although one -of the teams may not be eligible for the championship tine to iLs [ailure to schedule the minimum number of games." That ruling; .however, Is not Ui- coiporateri in the by-law.s and possibly coilld be overturned by a mail vote. But, -still, there's the by-law specifying only "games between members of ihe conference." r The question undoubtedly will be hot potato at the conference meeting. While the Henderson - Ouachiia game is the only one with a bearing- on the championship, there'll be one more on the closcent program Thursday. Arkaivsa. 1 ? Tech. surrendering the title for the first time In six years, will play at the College of the NEW YORK, Nov. n. {*»,— Tile Dodger* "hope" to name th*ir IML manager *t a pre*A conference tomorrow. , . . T h « Cardinal*, according to Fred Satgh'i recent promise, will lake aome *ort of managerial action this we* it That leaves only th« Pirates, who'll have to make a decision before the winter meetings next week. ... , We can't who'll get (h* call for any of the three job*, but it's cer tain (hat Branch Rickey hi* *ntxigh .sense of drama to make sure th*t the third net In the climax Rickey, incidentally, won't find It easy to get credit for building • young" team at Pittsburgh, At the start the Pirates av* loaded with bonus babies Paul 'Petit and Bob friend and such other fa In able youngsters a* Con Dempsey, Vern I AW, Eddie Fitzgerald and Dale Coogan. . . Osceola and Marked Tree To Renew Rivalry Thursday Ofcceola'ff championship seeking Stmnnoles, like all other district champion te*m«, wffl forget about' lh« 'statt playoffs tins w*ck ION# enough to play traditional Quote, (Tn<|M<,U Smith (N.V. HrraM-'l Vih- ana lyxi n ir. the Tf n nr%§«* ucky «am*: "K In dogm* In rountr.v that whrn wmfher « i nndlllr>n% are Much mi to makr If anytxwly'.f zan>e. If usually winds up as Clen. NrylanH'A." . Red n TIP ) , this has ns much diversified talent any couch would want. Orlmann, the punting' hero Michigan's conquest of Ohio Stale hi a bllwiard last fjaliirday. was the only holdover from the AP's 19191 all star team. t The nll-stnr squad: Pos. Player ' school E—Donald Stone.sifcr Northwestern E—Tony Klimck Illinois * T— William Traulwcin Ohio State T—Allen Wnhl Michigan G—John Gilt?, Ohio State G—Charles Brown Illinois C—William Vohaska Illinois QB—Victor Jatiowk-7 Ohio State I..H—-Charles Ortmann Michigan RH—Richard Raklovlts Winnis FB—Donald Dufck Michigan The Shawnee-I^panto football game, originally scheduled for last Friday night, will be,played Wednesday afternoon, Coach W, c Rook n[ Shawnee said today. Coach Rook -stated that the game was not played week due to freezing weather. It was to have been S_ll_a._w n P e r ,s Thanksgiving game. The ?amr uill be played at i Shawnee a\u\ will be an afternoon I affair .^heduted to .start at 2 p.m The game will close out the Indians' 1050 football season. Monday Mai In p* Ixmk lor some lively action nt; the Southern Conference December! meet in? when somebody brings up the milter of requiring non-conference teams to comply with con fcrence eligibility rules when Uiev piny s.CJ. teams. . . . Well, the Pacific Coast Conference does Dial, but from ihi.s distance it seerns to hurt the little schools thai haven't chance of: beating the big guys. . Texas is claiming some sort of record for Warren B. Wood son, Hardin-Siinmons coach, who has, tutored the nation's leading ground gainer three seasons since 1942 and now has one of the leading passers "Model T" Ford. . . . When Art Ferris who played end on Lehlgh'5 unbeaten football team this fall needed 50 bucks lor his admission deposit, he borrowed it from A Sayre. Pa., neighbor who was an alumnus of Lehigh's arch rival, Lafayette. Hayti's Indians Fix Cage Slate HAVTI. Mo.. Nov. 27—A 13-date schedule has been arranged for •layli High School's basketball :cams, it was announced today. The Indians are slated to open heir 1D50-51 season against. Holland icve Dec. and cldsc it nt Holland on Ian. 30. Two dales are yet lo be fillrd. They arc Dm f, anrt Jan. 19. The "jhcrf'.iic: - uec. 5 Holland hore: Dec. 8 Open: Drc. n itol- comb here; Dec. IS Sacred Heart o) Memphis (girls) and HraBK Cllv boys here; Doc. 19 Braggadocio there; Dec. 21 Wnrdell (here: Jan I'hnlo hy Travis UNHERAI.DRn STARS—Tliey don't make many headlines Clarence Wilson (left) and Doyle Dunn have pluyed an important part in putting the Osceola seminoles in the state Class B playoff. Wilson at six feet, three inches and 160 pounds, starts at left end for the Scm- inoles and Dunn, a 160-pounder, is the Tribe's hard charging fullback Both are senior*. ; Wildcats Await Sooners' Vote On Bowl Bids •N'EW'ORLEANS, Nov. n. <&) Kentucky anxiously awaited the results of an Oklahoma election today. Oklahoma's Sooner.s were expected to vote on .whether they wanted to play in Ihe Sugar Bowl for Ihe third time in a row — this lime against Kentucky's once - beaten Wildcats. Oklahoma Coach Bud Wilkinson said at Norman, Okia,. lhat he planned to call a meeting of his squad to "talk over whether they want to play in a.-bowI ^ntrie," the New Orleans 'nines-Picayune said today. The ECentucfcinivs were named to play in the SIIRHT Bow! after losing to Tennessee 1-0 Saturday and toppling from Ihe nation's undefeated elevens. Wilkli\son said the meeting was lo discus- 1 ; whether tiie players wanted Lo play in "a bn\vl game. 1 He rIErln't mention a particular bowl. But the Orange Bern] Selection a'c'aVnthersvilic Vic'rcT-ln!" s' Keiia'h Commil }« , is reported ready lo rep- Obsirvatlon Post Th« Na( tonal Hasehall Con^resft \f expected lo introdurr. organtzrd non-professional bisrhall Into Kpypl next year. , . . That meaiiK the Splnks will invade fh* Land (if the SpNynic—anrl no wonder th« original 4s beginninif to crumble. End'of the IJne Eddie Erdelatr. tabs Tulnne ms the toughest • football team Navy ha? faced this season. That opinion is subject to revision next Saturday. . . . Most of the top-rank race drivers who competed in the Indianapolis 500 last sprint; are slated to pilot cars In the 200-mile big cur event at Darlington. S.G., Dec. 9. ft will be the first big car race for the south ^ince the board track days at Charlotte, N,C.. some. i?5 years ago. . . . Johnny Back, Ford- liam'-s new basketball coach, is one of the youngest in the business. He's only 26. ... Tab Jerry Goody o( Texas A. and M. lo be one of the sGtithwest's better sopbomore backs next fall. . . . When Ted Shene, Detroit bowler, was laid up three weeks with a back ailment, his doctor advteed: "Don't use so much body English. Remember to follow through." . .-. Ted bowled a T5L -series the first night. . . . Walter O'Malley, Brooklyn Dodger president, went to bed early last night at his Amityville, L.I. home—"We haven't had any heat or electric light since Saturday's storm," he explained. Cornhuskers' Bob Reynolds Clinches College Scoring Title By KRKI) HAVDKN 1 NEW YORK. Nov. 21. (AP) —Bobby Reynolds, the lianl-uhnrgin lialrback of Nebraska's Conihnskers. is college rootbnll's 1050 fiiclivldun scoring champion with B remarkable 157 points for nine games. ' * -The sophomore sensation \voun i|) season play Saturdny by romp ng to three touchdowns and kick ng five extra points in the gam Nebraska lost lo powerful Okla M'Amis to Talk On Big Lake Shooting Area T. A. McAmis, executive secretary of the Arkansas'. Game and Fish Commission and T. H. Holder, coordinator ot federal Aid Project, bolh of Little Hock, will explain the proposed Big Lake public shooting area,project at,a meeting here Dec 1, it Was announced today. The meeting will be held in the Circuit Court room o( the Court House here. Bt T:3t) p.m. and has been called by the Mississippi County Wildlife Association. It wl be open lo the public. The -proposed public shooting area is a project of the. Game am] Pish Commission. The area will oe developed from a 7,000-acre wooded tract purchased by the Commission recently at the lake. sity of Miami as Jan. 1 opponents. The Cotton Bowl picture is complete wilh Texas and Tenne-ssee, which means lhat the Sugar Bowl is the only major bovfl still seeking a team. Wilkinson said he was calling the meeting because "we don't think it's fair to the bowl committees c*i leave them up in the air over whether we are willing lo play (n a bowl game." here: Jan. !) Sleele there: Jnn. 12 Wnrctcll nerc: Jan. ]r, Cooter here: Jan. 1!) Open: Jnn. M Cnnjlhor.sville Iherr: .Inn. 26 Drcrina Ihere; Jan. ."in Hulliinri Ulrrc. ornincnd Clomson and Die Univer-! Teachers Are Helped H. L. ^Aoody Wins Courier Contest H. 1,. Montly of 30IS Walker St.. the week football Courier Nnus' Insl control, mi.ssmp nnly seven out of 24 g.iine.s. Mr. Mooily uns selected .is the winner of Ihe rnnlrxt over two women who tied with him In picking Uic winners. The Ue was decided by a drawing. TyhiK Mr. Moody were MM. Joe Candlish nntl Miss Berntce Crump both of Blytheville. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING p.m. Monday, Nov. 27 8:00 MIDGET WRESTLERS TOM THUMB vs. TINY ROE Onr Hour Tlnif. Llmll, Best 2 r>n| n f S Kails Adults 50c—Children 1 5c For Reserved Seals, Call s.isa Four-Man Tag Match Joe Welch & Jack Strickland VS. Al Getz & Jack Britton RIGHT-HANDER HERE— Ecidie (Whilcy) Kord lines up wilh other Avmy inductees tnk- injf the oath in New York. The .southpaw spelled the difference to the Yankee.! in Uic American l.cnuuc rs«, had the Phillies shnt out wilh two nut in the ninth nf the final 6»me of tht World Scries. Orangeville. Ont. —(&> —Teachers idped build OranK^vllle's $350.000 iit?h school (.0 be officially opened .n .Jan. I. Principal H. Clinc and our teachers worked RS laborers, bricklayers and electricians lo he hi out during a shortage of labor. Midget Wrestlers On Legion Card Wrestling Midgets return to tin American Legion's mat program a Memorial Auditorium tonight. Tom Thum and Tiny Roe, two n the four pint-sized grapplers who thrilled Blytheville wrestling fans hi ft tag match, last summer, will clash in a best two of three falls bout that will extend for one hour Tag wrestling is also on the card, with Joe Welch and George Strickland meeting AI Gct7, and Jack Hrllton in a two of three falls. 90-mintite time limit affair. MM i. Th« 8«mtnoU«, who n4vim««< l« * second round of th* C\*m • iti-ofT by defeating Auyutia U»| «ekj eloi« out their r*fitliir *«**ort M»rlced Tre« Jndlawt S»H iksgivinr battU -*4»jr ifternoon. This gam* wiU o/riwUlV mi no lea* 19M refiili ivinff thetH onW th« »UU ft to worry ibottt. Ne»t •e to meet RUon to » ••«•«<( .ayoff tilt. Tha O.;ueoU-Mai't€d Tr** )* of ttii oldest gridiron i Norltieast ArkanMi »r\4 H •!»• one of th« most h«at*<J, THg ^W4 ianu have .been m**Hr%f 04 hanksgiving Z>»y tor A rrtmbar *t earj. * ^ Th« game ts .ichedule«I tvr f;M .in. .Thursday and Is e*per^»d ^ rav a large crowd. Osceola has been listed *« $fa avovile bvil fans of the Iwn t*-«m§ now that pre-game paperwork't- menu a thing when th* Inis and the Seminolei jyH fcy. ether. Coach Dukie Speck'? Trib* o»m« ut of last week's snow fight with Migustn in good physical condition nc) is expected to be in fln« form or ihe Marked Tree meeting. Marked Tree, on the other hand, ift.s been hampered by Injurie* all eafion, but should be In fair phy- kal condition for ihe garnt. Tlie Seminotes- wilt b« seeking heir llth win of the .season when hey meet the Indians. loma, 49-35. Reynolds thus regained the sco: ng leadership he temporarily ha ;iven up a week -earlier to Cn Taseff. flashing fullback wilh Jon Carroll -University. On that Sahi: day. Taseff had replaced Bobby t top by crashing over for four toucl" downs while Reynolds was clickii for only one and a pair of conve sions. That left Taseff with 1 points for a. : co.nipleied 10-game sea son. 'Reynolds had 1S4, with the Oklahoma game left. White Is Third , | One touchdown against Oklahoma's Soohors would have been sufficient to put Reynolds back on top but Bobby marie sure of grabbing the title by finishing up Ihe season like the star he is. Third place in the season standing goes to Wiltord (Whlraer) White, who wound up his college career by scoring five touchdowns Saturday night when he led Arizona State (Tempo) lo a 48-21 triumph over University of Irtaho. Whiter finished with 136 points, two behind pro-bound Taself. Tile best showing made by a major college player other than Reynolds was lhat of tailback Eddie Talboom of Wyoming, who was fourth with 130 points. He helped the Cowboys close out their first perfect season on Thanksgiving Day, booming to three touchdowns and six conversions in a 42-12 rout of Denver. TV Troye/s 200 Mi/ex SPRINGKIELD. Mo. —i/T._ Down here In the O*ark hills. ISO milfj from the nearest television station television programs are coining in Cooter to Play *j 13 Cage Games COOTER, Ma., Nov. T7— CooUw High School opens Itji 1950-si ba»- kelball sea.son at home tomorrow night, against Bvagg City A and » boys teams. The Cooter schedule IncludM I) dates and ' an invitational tournament to be played here. The tournament is slated for Feb. 12-n »nd invitations will be sent out io leading learns of Southeast Mi.ssouH and Northeast Arkansas. Oilier games on the schedule are: Dec! 1 open; Dec. 5 Warden there; Dec. 12 Braggadocio there; D«c. 19 Steele here; D«c. 21 CumtVwr.irill* here; Jan. 5 Holland there; Jan. » Armorel there; Jan. 12 Braggado-^ cio here; Jane. 16 Sleele there; .Ian. 26 Holland here; .I»n. SO Council there; Feb. 2 Gosnell ,her«. Feb. 5-10 comity, tournament. Lowell H err on Wins Ping Pon Tournament Lowell Herron captured lop honors in the "Y" grade school »nd junior high school pin^ pong tournament at the "Y" Saturday morn- in». winning out over eight contestants. Henon won his way to the ri- nals by defeating .lames Garnets' 21-12:' 21-7 and Jimmy Bratcher •21-10: 21-12. in the finals he won over Geraltl Brown by scores of 2110 and 23-21. Brown reached the finals by defeating Gerald Hall 21-5; 21-10 anrt Dick Poster 21-H; 15-21; 21-17. . Foster eliminated Freddie Akera 21-11 and 21-13. Earlier, Jimmj Brateher had eliminated Earl Hydn by scores of 14-21; 21-17 and 21-16. The high school tourney will be held Saturday morning beginning nt 10 o'clock. i that a telecast may hr seen nor- mully in a rndhnn ol only 50 to fiO miles. As a result, TV antenga^ J^V« sprouting from houses BS fai^ff* 200 miles from the .stations In Kan- strong, despite the accepted rule sns City or Oklahoma. The National Geographic Society says fossils indicale thfii'p were at least three kinds of giant sea reptiles RO,OW),f)00 years aco. SAVE DOLLARS ON YOUR INSURANCE! You con fee SAF£ and SAVE with our Insurance Protection. 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