JFRIDAY, NOVEMBER'ii,-1949 — ._. ' . ' • **•-*•* ****JtAAJLJCjljf Wilson, Osceola Decide Title Tonight Teams to Clash * ~~—— In Important Tilt BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS District 3B Crown At Stoke; Injuries May Play Big Role In » game that threatens to overshadow the Blytheville-Brlnkley clash, Coach Rune Boyce will send his potent Osceola Seminolcs up against Roy Stobaugh's undefealed Wilson Bulldogs for the District I Three, Class B championship at Hale Field in Osceola tonight at 8. "..As usual, the Seminolcs will be .•p.mpered by a number of injuries, 'T*o of which are expected to pull men from the starting lineup, • Don Johnson, regular center, is still out with an ankle injury which he received early In the season. Johnson has not been in top shape 'or any of the last few Senilnole contests. He probably will be accompanied on the sidelines by j.. E. Jacks, who has been a standout n't guard. Jacks' injury is in the form of a badly mangled hand. Aside from (he loss of Jacks and eral other regulars will show signs of favoring old Injuries. Bulldogs at Top Strength Coach Roy Slobaugh said today . lhat his squad will probably be at top strength for the contest, but pointed :out that the West Memphis game two weeks ago left his boys bruised up somewhat. Although the Bulldogs have been established as slight favorites by some sports writers some state, the Seminoles' brilliant passing game will probably make Mississippi County fans consider the game about even in spite of Wilson's lin- benteti. record, Main reason for Seminole aerial success can be found in Tommy Spiers, Harvey Lee Hill arid Warren Weinbcrg. Spiers, clever Osceola quarterback, luis been doing the chunking and Hill and Weinberg ive been his favorite receivers .The Bulldog attack will be led >y Howard Woortyard, tailback In Coach Stobaugh's single wing attack. Woodyard, 140-pound senior, has Men a consistent performer for the Bulldogs this year, handling most of .the passing and kicking and chipping In with his share of ball carrying. ' Novel Program Idea Invoked by Rotarians Members of Blytheville's Rotary Club yesterday got a chance to view greener pastures. Progra.m chairman James C Guard gave each member a card, bearing- the name and occupation of another RoUirian. He then called on the members tq tell what they would do were thvy in- the -shoes of the man whose >rame they held. Gue.ste at the meeting Included Ben F. Butler, Osceola; W. E. Harold, Jonesboro; Bob Ayres, Little. Rock; Onarri Upton and Ralph Jones, both of stcete; and Fred Childs. MATURES SPLIT—Hollywooa star Vic Mature is being sued for divorce by his third wife, Mrs. Dorothy Jane Berry Mature .•The couple (s pictured above ^during happier times. They Jeloped to Yuma, Ariz., and were married in February, 1948. This will be third divorce for Mature FOR SALE Concrete cnlTerti 12 inch lo *» Inch plain o; rtcnforced Also Concrete building Blocks cheap. El than lumbM toi barns. chiehCB himsts. oarnp houses, ttnmnl houses, tool stiecU H> drlUer Call us rot tret esUmate Phone 6!>1 OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. High School Football Counlv Brinklcy at Blytlicvllle. Wihon at Osceola. • Tyronza at Shawnee. Dyess at Harrlsburg. •Reiser at Trumann. Southeast Missouri Caruthersville at Pcrryville. Slaic Little Rock at Pine Bluff. Smackover at Hope. Waldron at Mcna. Greenwood at Clarksville. DcQucen at Oiudon. Nashville at Arkadulpliia. Poeahontas at McCrory. Loiioke at Sheridan. ; ' England at Bauxite. Port. Smith at North Little Rock Texarkana at El Dorado Russellville at Hot Springs. Rogers at Fayetlcville (IAA). Sprlngdale at Bentonville. Van Huren at Heleno. Sublaco at Faragould.. Camdcii at Fordyce (7AA). Ratesville at Jonesbnro. Walnut Ridge at Newport <2A> Forrest City at Searcy. 'J'Sgntl at Corning <3A). . Bcn(qn..at Matvcrn (5A> Mariann* at Stuttgart (OA). On Tour Depart Pacific Reps. --!. Nov. 11. M>) — Passman (D-La) and Norrcll are members of a House Appropriations Subcommittee leaving today.on an inspection tour of Pacific areas. •'We are investing billions in these ireas." Passman told a reporter before departing, "and Congress ex- The Brother Act wan. 1 ?^ 5 ! "' 9U ' 1ad R }! ssellv " le ' ParlloulaUy a couple or football coaches P,O" T I "we any more In aiyUicville like Hie Elliott broih- uin, • S0 ™ y Say ' '*? ' e '""• lhat ls whm the chi <* s a 'e through Boh PH"H T " ey * e '*»**Une of course, of BlythcvlllVa Jack mid Billy '' ' ' , r . Jack , and Bil1 have ""ready carved IDcmsDlves, a place among the reel, regulars in spite of the (act >ll,at Bill is a sophomore and Jack is ° j £ "-ishmnn, and Woijder Boy coacl.es, Raymond (Rabbit) Burnett ?hfi N J g ,Bynum have. let 11 be known that the two boys definitely IH In heir f u t ure . ,„„,„. T,^ year Btlly Bob rooted his way past two „, d lliree year veterans to a starling guard berth and this week lie received m L r" A !'. k!m ? as inlercollcglalo Conference's top honors,' as the Ale" outstanding lineman of the week. ™ n , ^'"t 5 dfl P fl ''[ mo " t . v !f«' !d - nu «envme last weekend nnd stayed long A -V B YT I'f Wonder Boys walk merrily over the Boll Weevils of »£ n w i ' & M -., by a m ° dest M ' 12 scorc ' Bi » S l' el1t - ve '-y little time on e Held because the Wonder Boys piled up a 51-0 Jml/tlmc margin an HP vnri^ d ," SS T'',,' 0 ^ Sm ' bS - BUt j!lCk P Ut °" a SHOW for Us He worked as T quarterback during most of the game, completed six of cigl, passes for 112 yards, threw two for touchdowns and two inqre k, extra | T"' * °™ (ouc " dow " '""'so" and kicked torn- of six ,mri»f . • e wor undefeated and untied and the ScnUiiolw beaten hamPinSl " P - In OU1 ' 0|> " U °» superior In the air. round bu. o f , ground but Osceoln is by far th n e a ola by six points strictly on Tommy spiers' passing Pigskin Pickings «i,,,,,i!J r !" k ' C - V u ai Bl > lll " vllle — Las t yar we called this one the way it Thk 1 r in"' a walk * w Vr > but "'erythlng went wron s . including us «,,rt yc "' hlts lhB s »me situation except that the Chicks will be at home and. we hope, on a dry field. Coach Mosley should be able to give his reserves some needed experience here. Blylheville by 30 points Wilson at Osceola—This one will be worth seeing. The Bulldogs, nly. once, fighting ft Wilson has it on the It'll be close. Osce-* -,ners' passing. . . Pine Bluff—This Is for tlie Big Six championship unnd p i' ,° " S agal " st Bi yl"evlllc, especially on the - —n- ....v. ^v» ift i ...M tA- rb'^iinu. rcw IDRV act'Cfi but we Itkr I u11<» r?/>^v -\*i T i * \ j Ks Appropriations Committee anyway Rock, by two touchdowns moi^yt £m- gS Ssted?" y ° f '"1 U^l^^"<££££"^^ we pick: Smackover to take ~ nn,M e-ifri i , wiii-Ks in me plajon, Sublaco to romp over Para!(,„',„; , r " A ^ kallsas; Missouri unable to stop Oklahoma; Iowa SUte too much for Nebraska; California to take Oregon- UCLA to beil Washington; Wisconsin to nip Iowa, Michigan State to rout Oregon State Princeton to brecwe past Yale; Ohio State to get by Illinois; cirnbU P™, N»r r , Dal ; tmou ' h : Mlnnesoto to rout Pitt; Army too strang , 0 " ea P '™ B«t past Columbia; Notre Dame over North Carolina with ease, ruUne over Vanderbilt; Tennessee over Ole Miss; LSO over Mis- •rS'ovc? Tc5 C ° r8 ' a Tcch ° ver A ' aimna; Kcmucky OTC '- Florid ^ "<'« <px~reyr-*V" t •• I BAYLOR BATTERY—Aiir'iaii Burk takes aim as his favorite target, J l>. Ison, prepares to break down field. The group plans to visit Hawaii '"am, Japan, Korea. Okinawa. Manila. Calcutta and Batavia. Body Is Still Missing, So Man Is Freed Despite Confession to Murder PASADENA, Calif., Nov. U— (IT) -No body was ever found. So Edward H. Evans, who police said confessed a slaying, walked off Scot free. A murder charge again Evans was dismissed yesterday as Superior Judge Joseph A. Sprankle, Jr.. said: "It ts unfortunate that the law requires a corpus delecti, even thougli the police have a confession. But if it didn't a man might be convicted in spite of himself." Evans w a s accused o f killing Capt. Fredrick Iroorc, Deputy U.S. Marshal, in 1347. Evidence—cspec- lallv the victim's body—was Inck--„, the district attorney's office conceded. The U.S. Bureau of Mines estimates zinc-lead depwits in the tri- stale district of Missouri. Kansas and Oklahoma at 66,100,000 tons. Odds V Ends There's an interesting article In the November issue of Sports Afield on hunting and fishing In Arkansas written by Don Miller• an ex-sports writer from Pine Bluff. In the article Miller refers o Arkaims a, , sportsman's mccca but points out that the state's poor rosd system ,m kp « many of its lakes and wooded areas almost InaSiWe Wonder what the Arkansas Athletic Association thinks about the recent court ruling on the Mississippi High School Association'^T cHEibmS'ua tions? We are told that, the' regulations of the two orfanIzatlon, arc Clirk'b T"?h if, 5 ""' 6 Iine ' C ° aCh Jamra F isher-'adi"sfs us that the Chick basketball team will be completely outfitted with new uniform, this year, even to Include game socks. U was about time, don't you U.inkJ With the Courts Margiiret Marcuin vs. n. C. Mlir- cum. suit for divorce. Sanford Smith vs. Mary Slnitll, suit for divorce. Carrie Stevens vs. Ci«i once Stevens, suit for divorce. Vornell McOnrrfiy vs. E. D. Mc- Qflrrily, suit for divorce. Nell Fleeman vs. Charlie Fleeman, suit for divorce, Lloyd Curtright vs. Idell Curt- nght, suit for divorce. PAGE NINE New Liberty Netvs Mr. and Mrs. C. G- Whltaker were In Memphis Nfonday visiting their daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. H. Whitankr, and her new daughter, Kathy Ixiu, who are «t the Baptist hospital. Mrs. It. B. Shearin, Mrs. Claxton Eiibanks and Miss Edith Ep- iwison were In Wilson Friday for (he district PTA meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs Kelly Miihan and children of Batesvllle, Mf.«., arc visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Britlain and Mr. and Mrs. If. W. Mahan and' other relatives. C'JuirHas Party Mrs P. B. Jarrett was Hostess lo the Birthday Chiu Sunday for a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home. Tiic dining table from which the luncheon w'lis served was centered with H cake topped with Pink candlr.s arranged In pink and white j'oscbmt holders After Mrs. John Burks olX'iictl the girts presented her in compliment to her .birthday, the afternoon was spent Informally. Mrs. Florence Perkins of Tennessee, who is visiting Mrs. O. P. Scrapes, was a guest. Wreath Laid on Grave O/ Unknown Soldier PARIS, Nov. 11— My— U. S. Secretary of Stale Acheron placed a wreath on • the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Arcli dc Triomphc in French Arrnisttce Day ceremonies today. Preach troops paraded up the Chumps Elysccs under grey skies. Missing Pipe Delays Talk LONDON, Nov. i|_(/i»j_Thc Archbishop or Canterbury. Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, delayed making a siiccch at . the Authors' Club last night because he had left his pipe at home In Lambeth Palace. "I cannot make a good speech without my pipe," he explained, A hurried call to his home brought the pipe— by taxi. ELLIS AUDITORIUM-NOV. 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