'PACK EIGHT BI/VTHEVn.I,B (ARK.) COURIER NEWS " _ _ - ' - ~ -- — -- - — - — "•_: _ . *> 1 ' 1 '"f "-'-a vrtKK.) COUIUEK NEWS fl * I f\ |_| f> ^. - ~ - T~~ -- ' - : - — — _ _ FRIDAY, NOVEM thicks LloseJHomeJeason Tonight -Papooses Trounce Conway Drmkley I igCrS Probable Stortin Lineus ~~ - ~~™=f=^^rr — — - r^^ - _ - _ - . ' NOVEMBER 11, 1949 Rated Underdogs Central and Lange Grade School Teams To See Action, Too Blylheville's championship Chickasaws, playoff bound for the third straight year, close biit their 1949 home season tonight against the Brinkley Tigers at Haley Field. The game is scheduled for 3 o'clock. The Chick-Tiger clash will be the feature game of a grid doubleheader, the first of the year here. In the first game, two teams from the Blythevllle Y's Grammar Scnool League, Central and Lange, will square off. This game has be set for_6:4J. rhe"Chicks, who will begin d fense nf their state Double championship next week, are e pected to have an easy time wl the Tigers, a Class A team fro District Six that has not won game all season. Chicks Hold Blj Adranlagr But In spite of the fact that t Tigers' are _winless in eight star and have scored only two touch downs all season, the Chicks kno they cannot afford to take the gan too casually.'They know that fro the experience they got last ye when a Brinktey team that had wo only one game all year, forced the to ga all out. In the mud to gain •cant 12-0-. victory. Pre-g«m« dopesters are' boostin ,the Chicks as anywhere from'14 40 point favorites, totally dlsregan Ing last year's game and Uie fa that Coach Russell Mosley may u his subs In the greater part of d night's contest in order to give h reserves n rest for. the playoff nex week. And In spile of the fact that the *re rated is'heavy favorites, 11 Chicks have worked just as har tor this game as they would more Important contesl Coac Mosley sciimmaged his tube three times Ihls week, laperlng off wit »:)lgH limbering up workout unde the lights' last night. Sub« M»y Be Used It Is expected that the Chick Will field their regular startin eleven and, provided a safe mar gin !s built up, turn things a\t to the subs who are In need of ex perience A couple members of lh starting eleven may not see action at all tonight however, due to In Junes received In the North Llttl Rock game last week. The Chicks, again this week, «il hold a sizeable weight advantag • over the visiting Tigers but onl ,in"the foi-Kard wall. There, the trib will outweigh ; the Tigers some 3 pounds to the man but in the back field the two teams will be abou even in weight. The Chicks backs will weigh in a slightly o\er 168 pound? per man ;and the Tigers bncks will be one pound lighter. The Tigers will run from bolh the single and double wing forma- .tions w'lih a little T thrown in 'They use several variations of the _. spread formation and depend quite ,» bit on passing/according to reports, from previous games this year. Probable Starting Lineups RKIN'KI.KV ,., ,.. ,^T. . _ ' No 45 10 30 60 65 80 U 88 25 99 IS Flayer Mason Gross McOarlly Caplena Miley Foster Harrison Partee Reed Culbreth Files Wl. 150 158 162 153 146 153 132 162 150 159 160 Pos. L.E, L.T. L.G. C. R.G. R.T, R.E, Q.B. H.B, H.B. F.B. Average Weights Line— ISO: Baikdeld— 167 Wl. lit a 195 175 185 175 20 186 190 172 125 188 I'l ' e i Max Gurlcy -' J. A. Lloyd " Jerry Phillips J. C. Broke Jim Garner Jim Berry Marvin Hall Buddy banner' Charles Lutes Roger Luin ' liobert nr-lr! Average Weights Line— 185; Backfleld— -leg" Team — 157 Team— 179 - So. 45 70 •JI 01 67 . •46 52 15 3fj ")n alj .FULL TIME—Atter ihe game, as the bruised players trot to the showers, they are serenaded by • he rousing marches of the • band, plus the inspired, but tired loots from guard Kred Hunl's trumpet. Playoff Berths at Stake In Prep Action Tonight »/ The AfwIafcJ I'rtus + Championships will ride on th outcome of Arkansas' top rug school football games tonight. For ail practical purposes the Bl Six title will be decided in Lltll Rock's visit to I'lne Bluff. the last week fb district races an And this gnmes to count ... _.„„.,.> , nt% . a „„ determination of playoff teams-I .the state's other three ctasslfica lions. Seven district champions an one "invited" team, the latter Ir Class B, are yet to be certified to the slate title playoffs. If Little Rock whips Pine Bluff the capital city Tigers will hav. only to down lowly North Lltll. Rock to win a second straight no disputed Big Six crown. If they lose ™ Dorado, which has completec league play, will be assured o a title tie and Pine Bluff would be able to share first pfnce by taking measure of another low-ranklni member, Hot. Springs. ' Little Rock is the favorite In what could bo a Tiger-Zebra knockdown, drag-out of the pre-war kind Smickover Meets Hope Smackover and [lope will tangle In a game In 'which the winner »!« get the district 7AA championship and a ticket to (he playoffs Smackover could make the grade with a tie. Waldron and Olarksville are expected to remain tied for first place n the District, 4A race. Waldron plays Menu; Clarkst-ille meets 'reeiiwoocl. The Class A'honors are at stake i the Seventh District, too. De- Cjueen can take the lltle with a win over Onrdoii. If Deqiieen loses t will have lo share the lop'spot with the winner of the Nashvlile- A.kadelphia game. A .tie In either gahie would do the job for De- Queen, too. Here are the Class B chases In be determined: District Twor-Pocahontas. imde- eated,rand-.untied, .can clinch It with a win over McCrory. If Mc- roo- wins, it and Bald Knob would e 'for first money. District Three-Osceola plays at Wilson, the winner to be champ. District Pour—Hartford and ,At- :iiis, both unbeaten and unlied in islrict play, lake on Charleston nd Danville, respectively District Five—Three teams have chance, Lonoke. the leader; run- er-np England and third-place Sheridan. • Lonoke meets Sheridan tit England plays Bauxite. Yesterday's Sports in Brief By The Awodaled Tress Boxing < Boston—The Massachusetts State Boxing Commissioner announced it as joined the National Box-ing AS- ociation—the last slate to enter the MBA except New York. , fJeneral ' Harrisburg, Pa; -^ The highest rice ever paid for a trotter or pacer Tigers Will Face Perryville Team Hayti's Loop Leading Indians Enjoy Open Date in Little Eight In southeast MUsourl grid circle? oniglit, Canitlieisville travels to Perryville while Hayti, currently leading Little Eight standings en- Joys an open date. ' Canithersville's tigers will be looking for (heir .second consecutive Big Eight triumph of ih e year when they make Ihe Perryville (rip. :.' Last week Ihc Tigers smothered Jackson, 31-0, for their' first conference win. That- victory also brought Coach Emil Boepple's bovs out of Die cellar. , However, just when Cnriitlicrx- vllle was set with an offensive back- Held, Waldron, who showed great ball carrying form in last week's win, came up with a bunv knee which may keep him on the sidc- ines. * In fncl, Coach Bocpple said this nornlng, Waldron may not even nake the trip to Perryville. : Waltlon Injured Waldron injured the knee in practice this week. Aside from him, Ihe Tigers appear lo be In good nape. Hi ihe event that Waldron does lot see action, Hedge will probably shirt from a halfback -slot over'to ullback and Mead will start at the •ncatcd hallback post. Hayti will take on one of the U-ongesl teams in the Big Eight lexl. week when the Indians travel o Kciinett. However (lie Indians will be point- is toward Die Thanksgiving Day Mounter witli Maiden In all prob- bility. ' That contest, will Icll whether the ndlans, who can do no worse than tie for-the conference title, will ave the championship all to tlieni- eives.or, in the event of a loss to lalclen, will share it with. Dexter a.s recorded \vhen Imperia! Hon-i 3-1-7. owa State Picks Oklahoma to Win Over Missouri AMES, la., Nov. 11. (/7 1 ) —'me Iowa State Cyclones, who should hnve a good line on the teams involved, pick Oklahoma to win over Missouri In the Big Seven conference football classic at Columbia, Mo., tomorrow. Missouri defeated Jowa State 320 Oklahoma defeated the Cyclones ver, a yearling, sold tor $72.000 on he auction block. Joint, purchasers ere Sep Palin. p je d Egnn and J. J IcTiUyrc. Trotting officials said •riner nigh price was the S70.000 >r the great pacer, Algiers, In 1947 New York—New York University's oard of Athletic Control accepted ie resignation, effective aftor tins The Iowa State players are unanimous in the opinion that Oklahoma will winl Coach Abe Stubcr isn't "so sure " but nods-trie Oklahoma way Said Stuber: "Oklahoma has the belter kicking game, including punt returns and kickolTs ,and a bit sharper ason. of Head Football Coach Ed-j* r< ™nd Eame. Missouri looked'hct- ard Mylin. ack Kramer Defeats ancho Gonzo/es Again PHILADELPHIA. Nov, 11. (/T) - acfc Kramer, champion of the pro nms world, fs five matches ahead !cr against us passing and in pass defense. Oklahoma. I would say has the finer all aronnri game." ' 'Jonesboro Sergeant Sets New Pistol Record BUENOS ATRBS, Nov. 11. (Ap) _ Sudbury Wins Over Yarbro In Y Contest Sudbury's Green Wave washed over Yin-bra's winless football lean by a 19-0 score In "Y" gmdc schoo play at Little Park yesterday afternoon, thereby remaining only hal a game behind the Langc Wildcats In the ttlle race. SurllJiiry reccii'ed the kick-oil am marched the length of the field fo. heir first score. K. D. Moore skirting left end for the final five yard; and the tally, the extra, point was good, the only one of three wliicl- was converted. Neither team wa- able to tln-calen In the second peiW. but Yarbro's only long run of Ihe game came in this quarler as James Ltng broke oil tackle for 18 yard' before being pulled down The Wnve made it 13-0 In the third quarter as Moore'went for nfii^ ra n °"r "^ Siune ""^ lhnt nelled the first score. The same Play also carried for five and the score in the fourth period The Yarbro line held i,p'well and fa idbury had to resort to off tackle plunges and end sweeps for prac- lically all their gains' Lange's league Jeading wildcat- put their record on the line to'- nfght against a potentially power- f» Central eleven, which hadTfn- , ,H-"""" C " <S - If ''""« sho '"'" se this one, it would necessitate Play-ofl with Sudbury, whom they nave tied once and defeated once. PCL to Eliminate Playoff; Extends Season 2 Weeks LOS ANGELES, Nov. 11 W)—The Pacific Coast League alms to re- aln Its hold on baseball's marathon tilJe. ' i. The PCL's-directors voted yesterday to eliminate the Governor's Cup playoffs, Twl to add two week- to I.HP r»c,,-| ftr season, making it a 200 ,ns,tead of I8r,- same card. Nothing, was said—for publication, anyway-about the proposal o put the PCL champion against the winner of the Little World Series. THE ICEMAN COMETH—Bud Poile. ^few' York Rangers' wine makes a shorl slop and a sprav of ice working out at Madison faquare Garden. his transcontinental opponent.!' 1 ' 1 "! P Isl °l shooting sergeant from i hockey. Girls Rough at Hockey SOUT HHADLKY. Mass., Nov. II OTj—The boys from Harvard grant lliat they are no malch for Mt Holyoke College girls — at field FALSTAF WINS! ichard (Panclio) GoiiMles after',! Jonesboro, Ark., has bulLte'rcd more lother victory here. j honors. Kran-.-r has won eight out of the Tech. Sgt. Hnrlct Bcniicr set a mulches played so far. Last; world record in Olympic silhouette t he defeated Gonzales U-9,< ptetol competition with a score ol „ . 1*77 at the international shootlno Veteran Frankle Parker won his!championships yesterday The old rst decision of Ihe tour from Fran- record was 57G, held by Enriouc sco (Pancho) Segura, 6-2, 7-5. Diaz Saenz of Argentina. ' The Mill Street Field Hockey Association, a Harvard group, took a fi-2 pasting from the girls yesterday. Mrs. Harry Caray Gets Divorce and $575 Per Month ST. LOUIS, -Nov. 11—(JPj—Hurry 3aray and his wife have parted vays and it will cost the \vell- knonn sports announcer $515 a month in alimony. Mrs- Caray was granted an un- ontestcd divorce yesterday. She testified the chatty, rapid- ire sportscaslcr refused to talk her and spent, his spare time around the house reading the newspaper. Moreover, she said, he told her he no longer loved her. Married 12 years, the Carays have three children—Harry, Jr., Itj- Patricia Ann, -1. and Val Terry. 2. Caray will pay S125 a month for Ihe snport of each and $200 a month to Mrs Caray who will retain custody of the children. The radio announcer became popular on midwest -. Ir lanes through his broadcasts of games played by the St. Louis Cardinals, famous for Bemium Quality for 3 Generations...! AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING POPULAR-PRICED BEER ;em», PMITMT nt**M co*r. n.LOUR• owMU• Nn OMIAM Yale Athletic Director is Critically HI NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Nov 11— MV—Robert j. H. (Bob) Kiphuth, a9. Yale University's director of athletics, is In critical condition at New Haveii hospital today following a heart attack. The gray-hairert perfectionist who piloted United slates Olympic and Yale swimming teams 'to un- prcdiclcd heights, suffered a coronary occlusion yesterday while playing handball. Kiphulh directed the last foil United States Olympic swimmint teams, and his 1948 team, achieved an unprecedented sweep of everj event. In dual competition, his Yale swim teams weh£. undefeated from 1818 to 1923, then last three in a year. Prom 1924 to !M8. Yale won 183 consecutive meets, and then e« Anight from 1938 to 1915, when a full strength Army team defeated a war-developed Yale team. &mcc that loss, Yale hasn't been beaten in « dual meets. My choice was Ihe Army. Why? Simple. Because Ihe Army his plenty on Ihe ball. Tup fli K ht training, wide-open chances for fast promoliort, « 0 rW travel and security. I like iht Army. It's Ihe ail-Arnorir.m line of an all-American team. f chose the Air Force. 1 w , rl <o be rcarly for a |?,irl in (he air age. There's no belter place lo do that (han with Ihe greatest air force in Ihc world. In the Air Vorce, we not only learn, we help write the liook. W c 'r« Ihe first siring backricM on the all-American team. You, too, have a cholc« between Ihe two finest careers in America. Army or Air Force, you can't lose whichever you choose! SEE VOUK RECRUITING OFFICE TODAY! U.S. ARMY KECUUITING OIT1CE City Hall Second Fleor After 11 Years Trenton State Wins a Game TRENTON. N. J., Nov. 11. W>)_ Remember 1938? Joe Louis knocked "''» »*"! Schmeling, Lawi'in won e Kentucky Derby and the New York Yankees polished off the chl- «/"i.. i i ln <our St r al 8ht in the World Series. And-Trenton State Teachers won »' football game It took Ihe Teachers H long years and 45 games before they won another yesterday, 7-6, over hapless Montclafr Teachers. Something had to give for nellher club has copped one all season. A .pre-game visit to 'Trenton's rampus was enough to prove Ihis was not "just another ball game." Coach Georgts-Ackermat) and hl.< -hree-man staff v went to some enslhs to get the boys in the ri°ht mood. Tissue paper "Beat Monclair" •signs festooned the locker room A sign over the door read"Don't pass through this door un .U you're ready to beat Monclair." They didn't. When they trooped back at game end. with halfback Mike Angelotti mA end Bob Zardus hoisted on their houiders the losing streak -was over Amyloid plunged for the 'lone IreiHon score after a Don Donatd- on-to-Zardus 32-yard pass play set Smtfus, a bespectacled freshman, ncrit * P0l " t wilh a place " To start (lie long scries of losses Hontclair. yesterday's victim, hung lie first loss on Trenton 6-0 In 938. Only three tics Interrupted the •loamy procession or losses Trenton didn't field a team rfur- ng the war years of 1942-43.44.45 »it_ the boys picked up the string gain in 1946 and brought it up to •eslerday. their last game this sea- Vorking Day and Puts Burden on Man, 61 England, Nov 11 6J -year-old Robert t ° ne rol ' nd ° f hiud SHEFFIELD, /Pi — Life for vortf rCC ' S JUS He told a bankruptcy court he vnrkcd at night at a mine and by day selling trulls and vegetables In tder to earn a living and pay his :rertilors. "When do you sleep?" the court LlKCCi. "I have one hour in bed In the Homing," he answered, ''three hours n the afternoon and all day on iunclays." Juniors Season with Win O'Brien Rac« 80 Yards on First Ploy To Giv* Paps Lead CONWAY, Nov. 11 — Blythevllle's junior Papooses scored « touchdown on the very first play O f th« game here last night «nd then went, on lo defeat Conway's Junior Wampus Kiltens 2«-7. Halfback Johnny O'Brien, on 'the first play of the game, raced 80- yards down the sidelines bchiruU. good blocking screen to psydlrffK' from there it was easy for the Pans Conwaj could never come back. Hie Paps, playing their last game of the season, counted twice more In the first half to take a 19-0 hali- Jln«s lead! and coasted from there to Iheir Ihlrd victory O J the season Fullback Donald Gentry gave the Papooses their second tou-im,,-., when lie bucked over from 10-yaids out after a suslalncd drive had moved the ball from midfield A few plays later O'Brien came back for his second touchdown of the night and the Paps' third. The Paps used the old end-around plav to move lo the Coiuvay 40 to set up the touchdown play, a double reverse with O'Brien carrying the ball all the way. In the third period the Paps scored again when Gentry leaped high at Ihe Conway 36 and pulled down an enemy aerial. He tucked the ball in. picked up his' blocking nicely and went all the way. In the third quarter the Wam[>us Kittens scored once with halfback Parker crashing over and were on their way to a second touchdown late in the game when Gentry pulled down another aerial at the Blythevllle six and returned to midfield. In addition to his two touchdowns Gentry nlso reeled off 60 yards on a kickoff return before being pulled down by the last Conwiy defender on Itu 25 Montroe Hollind ari W. L, diner wcie outstanding H' he Bhtbeville line *' Rlyfheville Skelton Hodge Jones Holland ;hlider» driller Shepherd Snider O'Brien lays Gentry Pos. I- E. L T, L G. C. R G. n r R.E. Q B. H B H B. F B. Conway Murdaugh Robinson Horion Henderson • Adams Doty Nuter Bell Parker Price Mowrer FOR MEN Who Want The Best |F WE-hart fo describe the new Curlee Fall Suits in the fewest possible words—we'd just say, "going places". Curlee's skilled designers have anticipated the season's trends to create styles that are really outstanding. 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