The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1949 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 16, 1949
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Mosley Says Chicks Will Have to Be Hot To Beat Smackover BIyUieville High Scohol's usually optimistic coach, Hussell ilioslcy, yesterday hummed a blue note and outwardly predicted that Iiis Chicks would lose their playoff hattlc \vhh the Smackover Bucks here Friday night unless they had that past-due "hot night". "We're loo bruised up." (he tribal chieftftn declared when approached at yesterday's practice session. "Too many ol the boys are ailing anrl unless we lia\v one nl those so- called hot nights wblch they say every team is entitled' to. T only hope we didn't have all of them last year.'' Scanning Ills squad Coach Motley pointed out lour of his regulars (hat were tape bound and slated that anoHier wasn't even dreaped onL The missing aladlalor was fullback Robert Reid, ivho IK nursing a sore leg. "I doubt If Reid plnvs anv at all Friday nlsht," Mostey fisEd. "He dfrtri'l even dress out to- dnv at all. HP'S been mirsTii? that les for two wreks nn\s- an it doesn't seem to be flpftin* 7 miirh better." More Injuries Jer-y Phillips has the .SIUIIP thing wron^ with his Jep. a bruised inns- pie, bi»t has managed to sfay out for prnntlre One solid lick,, however, and he'll be thi'o"2h for the nteM" FhilKps is a starting guard IJ J, A. 1-Jovd came ini with a sore arm today." Coach Mosley rontin- ned, "and a sore IPS: has .flowed Charles Lutes down. Marvin Hall is having trouble with hi? .-Oinnklrr . and Jtm Borer's knre, whtch has kept him on the bench most or thr season, Is botherin< him. With those Inlnries you can't eyurol too much," Mosley had hl.s Chfcks back at contact ".York yesterday but excused mist of his regulars from the rough work evidently fearing more Injuries. Most of the time \Vas spent nn sharpening up tlie offensive attnck with sjieclal emphasis given to blockinffand tackling. They tapered off the se.ssion with a long scrimmage. . in 1 .spite of the Injuries, line nlay during yesterday's scrimmage was exceptionally good with neither of the two teams able to do jinch gaining. Lutes broke loose for a couple of nice gains and the passing of Lutes Riid Mel Hoy acMed more yardage. Paws defense, however, looked a little better than iisual which Is a comforting note as the Bucks are touted as being anr air-minded team. Major Leagues to Hold Player Draft Tomorrow CINCINNATI, Nov. 16. f^j—Maj- or league baseball begins another of Us chilly weather flings here today. The Rules Committee of Base..ball met during the day RS the brass of the majors began arriving for the annual, player draft tomorrow. The American Association Rise had a meeting scheduled for Lorfny. Sawyer Finds Folks In Oklahoma Optimistic OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 18, (A —Most Oklahonmns are optimistic about the future in business and employment. That's what Secretary of Commerce Charles Sawyer said after meeting with state labor leader and businessmen. He left for Kansas City today to continue his nationwide survey on economic conditions. . "There were a few gripes," lie said In a news conference. "Bub most people here seem optimistic about the future of business and employment.' 1 THE WINNAH!—Phillip Gorman, age 3'., holds Buster, the prize alley cat lhat nipped lop honors in a cat parade and'con- test in New York's Greenwich Village. Bnsici won the title "Homeliest Cai." Shawnee Indians In Homecoming Final Home Game Of Year with Dyess Thursday at Joiner JOIN'KR, Nov. 16 — Sliawiire High School's Indians will celebrate their annual homecoming tomorrow lli when they meet the Dyegx £lr.s in Ihpii' final home game of Uje 19-19 .sea.son. The giuno was originally scheduled for Friday night hut Was niuvi'd up to tomorrow night due to the playoff games In which other [onins of the county will be involved I-Yiday night, Mi^s Jenny Lynn Smith .a senior, has bi-i'ti ciec'led homecoming queen and »-ill reign over the annual feMivitic.s She will be crowned in i>re-K.iine ceremonies by Co- Caplnins Kddie Adams anU Johnny Harrison. Klectfd as Miss Smith's attendants for the ceremonies were Miss Dorothy Shannon of the junior class, Miss Joyce McFntrJdge ol the .sopiioinoie class and Miss Mel- (lonia .neasley of the freshman class. The Shawace-Dyess game will be the only Class B contest played in the county this week. Osceola nnd Wilson are both in the state .Class H jilnyo/fs anrf will play away from home Mfh cxsceola playing Hartford at liUMcllville and Wilson |ila>in$! Pocahontas at Jones- bom. Ketser will enjoy au open lEatc. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER; 18, 1949 Parma Hands Holland a 28-20 Loss in First Tilt SC.'AI.PEO KF.n RAlI)Kn4-An utjfrtentified Colgate University student, one of the 19 band members "kidnapped" anil scalped" by. Syracuse University students Monday In'n frfe-for-all at a Syracuse railroad station is consoled by Syracuse U. coeds. Photo was taken by a Syracuse student at an undisclosed location where the Colgate students were being held before being released. Tlie letter "T" signifies an initial of the victim's name. Colgate "and', traditional football rivals, clash Saturday. <AP Wirephoto). , , Luxor a and Dell Cagers Split in Twin Bill Affair DEU.. Nov. IB-Dell and I.uxora high school cage teams split a double-header here last night with Dell girls winning. 2R-21; ami ijlixoro Ooys victorious,' 46-3B. Ouachita Coach, Wes Bradshaw;-to Resign Next Year Little Rock JC Eleven to Play In Charity Tilt LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 1C (AD — Coach Jimmy Knram said yesterday the LItUe Rock Junior College football team has accepted nn invitation to play Comnton Junior College for the Damon Huiiycm Cancer Fund in Los Angeles Dec. 3. j Karani said his undefeated, untied Trojans unanimously voted to accept the invitation extended by Walter Winchnll, director of the fund. The Little Rock Jimiur College resumed football three years rigo, after a lapse of IB years. The Trojans appeared in the Coffee Bowl in 1947 and the Little Sugar Bowl last year. This year they have rolled up lopsided victories over nine teams, including Northeast Center of Monroe, La., in tlie second annual shrine Bowl game here last Saturday. Harold Waggoner, 19-year-old sophomore fullback, Ls one of the leading junior college players in scoring with 168 points this year. U, Mo.. Nov. 16-Hollnnd Iliyh School's Ti<;er.s opened their !9.|!1-50 nigr season night with a liKid-fought 28-20 defeat at tlie hnmls of Hie Parma High School fivo. The game '.va.s played at Parma. The KHine was a tight defensive affair with neither team able to really gel rolling all night. Avis led Hoilnnd'j scoring with eiglit jxnnU . and Stewart aw.s high lor Panne I with JO. Tlic Tigers play In Cireenway. Ark., Friday night and open ihcir liome season Nov. 22 against Ar- niorel. Coach Clarence Utley or Holland's IS iris Iciiin slated that his squad will open il.s liome season on the same night playing (he Armorcl girls in tlie flint same of a double-header. The lineups: ParniB <28> pas. Mayo IB) ..... F the It was the first name of the season for bnth schools In ttie Rirh game Simmons of Dell ',vis high in scorini" with 20 points and H. Hanna led l.uxora with fi. In the buys gamp. Wade of Dell was high for the night with 18 points lolloived by Stafford ot Luxora with 12. Lineups: Gilranv H) C . .. Flowers CD ... a ... Slew'nrt (10) . G ... Substitutes: Holland — Reid (2) Purina—Parker (2) and Blair (2). Holland (20) (2) Ashley 14) Gratrtng 12) Harris 12) Taylor ()0) Stewart In the Supreme Court Building in Washington, eacli cf the justices is provided \vith a suite of three rooms—private office, secretary's! office, bath and Slower. i Colonel Barton Speaks On Southern Industry MEMPHIS. Tenn., Nov. 16. (Al>) —The-South has finally convinced the ies'i:qf :: the nation it lias what it. takes to.-do any Industrial job that can be doiie any place else, a widely known Arkansas oil man says. Col. T. H. Uarton ot El Dorado, aricircKiiiig the Rotary club ye.sler- day, said Pearl Harbor "gave us the chance to prove that the southerner car. be an efficient anil able fnctory worker." Tremendous industrial expansion lias raised the per capita income and the region stands out as a vast new market, he added. Barton Ls chairman Co. of the board of Lion OH Dell I2R) . .7) Simmons (20) Walters (1) .. niankenship . Blair Girls Ciamr. POK. Luxova «m F. (in H. Hanna P (6) Stevenson F'_ (4) Marshall G ........ Sexton ........ .. G ....... .Brooks Moody ....... .. O .'....:.. Grimes Substitutions: Dell — Workmon, Yelverton. Shepherd, 'Alexander. Luxora — K. Hanna and Sexton. Boys Game -- I.lixora (46) Pos. Dell (36) Stafford (12) .. ¥.-... (18) Wade Rutherford (10) P ____ ... Cook White (II) ..... C . (3) Simmons Conner Bray (li) G(ll) B. Minyard G . Brinn Substitutions: Lu.xora — Hill (4), Lunsford II), Pope. Barch.: and Hrooks. Dell—Lewis (2|.. \Vells, 'J Minyard and D. Minyard. . -^ Snow Fel(Last J...,,... In Area of Great Lakes CHICAGO, Nov. 18. •f/T'i"—-'Dawn broke clear and cold over a large share of the nation—but the northern tier of lake states reported snow up to 9 inches In 'depth. The U.S. Wcalher Bill-cull said inches was on the .grptmd at. Pellslon, Mich, 7 inches^ at Mar- quelte, 3 inches at Traverse Ciiy, and 2 Inches at Calumet with "flurries reported (urthor south; Temperatures were reported a bit below normal as fnr south as Birmingham, Ala., where 33 was recorded. Corbin, Ky.. had 26, and Evansville. Ind.; 39. Vicksburg, Miss., reported 35. Strong winds up to 35 miles per nour kicked up dust near Minot. ARKADELPH1A. AP)--Coach VVe.s Ark., Nov. 16. Bvadshaw said Away- from - Home Sites Selected for B Playoff Openers Bolli Wilson and Osceola will play U,eir firsU-ound Class B playoff games'away from home, superintendenls ot the two schools announced tliis moi-ning. Sites for the two games -were picked yesterday and last night at meetings of officials of the schools involved. Wilson, District Three's Class B* champs, will play Pocahonlas at Wodland Field in Jonesboro Friday night at 8 o'clock, Phillip Deer superintendent of Wilson schools said this mnrntnx and. Osceola, DLs- ywterday that he is "definitely resigning" us head football coach at Ouachila Colege June 1. 1950. Bradshaw. who first came to Oi'iachita in 1941 as-head basketball coach, made the anno'.incenicnt following a statement by' Dr. S. W. Enbanks. Ouachita president, that tile school would not subsidize athletes next yea]'. Btarlfihaw said that his services will not be needed after his present contract expires next year. .'•.When I came to Ouachita, I was told thai the college would support a : team which could compete with members o' the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference." Bradshaw told the .Associated press. "Under the proposed program now planned by the present administration, thi.s will be • Impossible. I CAJ: see no reason to remain a-i head coach at Ouachita," Bradshaw concluded. Bradshaw flatly denied that the athletic scholarships at Ouachita cost- the school $45,000 as reported to'the Arkansas Baptist Convention •—which controls the school. • "Wt were allowed 39 scholarships tills year for both football and bas- kethail. Expenses listed by tile business off I c e, - these scholarships amount to $615ieach, which Includes room, board:and tuition. The total amount, according to figures, totjls' ?ZI,9B5 for the year," the coach continued. .•• "We were'allowed SS.OOO for equipment this year. I told them we needed only $2.0Of>," he said. "We were'charged with 68 sco- larshlps last year, including approximately 28 players who were here only for tryouis. We carried around 40 for the-.season," the coach con- trict Three runner-lip, will meet Hartford, District Four champs, at the Arkansas Tech stadium in Hus- sellville Saturday night. Hartford won tlie right to meet Osceola in the playoff's first round by nudging Atkins 28-18 in a special playoff game in Russellville last nfght. The special playoff was necessary to decide the District Four champs after the two teams ended the season with identical records Site for' the Wilson-Pocahontas was fixed yesterday with both teams agreeing to meet in Jonesboro. They will plaj' on the home field or the Joncsboro High School Hurricane, The Hurricane has an open date this week. Franklin Sanders, superintendent of school at Osceola. and other Osceola school officials, witnessed the Atkins-Hartford game at Russellville last night and Mr. Sanders said this morning that efforts were made to get the game for Osceola but that the efforts failed. O.sceola was defeated by Wilson 14-13 for the District Tliree title last, week but were. Inviterl to fill in a bye spot on the playoff bracket. Unbeaten Army Won't Accept Any Post-Season Bid MIAMI. P!s., Nov. 16. l/Pj—The Army's unbeaten and untied loot- ball (cam'won't play in the Orange Bowl—or any other post-season game. Official announcement that the West Point Military Academy will continue its policy of not participating in po5t-.sea.ion games was made yesterday in a telegram from Secretary of the Army Gordon Gray to John S. Knight, editor and publlsehr of the Miami Herald Knight had approached the Army in an effort to get the Cadet tenin for Miami's New Year's Day game. Orange Bowl officials said they will send scouts to three outstanding games this week—the Kentucky-Tennessee, Oklahoma-Santa Clara and Tlllane-Virgtnla clashes. sucli a way that It can easily be 'ncreased to 80,000 caapcity if need- Taylor to Manage Brownies in 1950 DeWitt Announces ST. LOUIS, Nov. 1S-W—z» clt Taylor \vll be back to manage the St. Ixmis Brawns again next year Bill DeWilt, Hie Browns' president, said yesterday Taylor had tjcen signed to a one-year contract to handle the American L*»- Kiie club in the 1950 baseball campaign. Three coaches with, (he club last season also were given one-year contracts. They are Johnny Tobin, Ralph Winegarner and Fred Hoffman. A new coach, Earle Brucker, recently released by the Philadelphia Athletics, also was taken on by the Bvowns. Brucker will be in charge or the bullpen. Under Taylor last sea.son the St. Louis club finished seventh. Brucker /ills in for Joe Schultz, who recently was named manager the Browns Wichita, Kas., fijjll club. Wichila is a new entry in the Western League. Rice President Announces Plans For New Stadium HOUSTON, Tex., Nov. 16. (AP)— Ri;:e Institute will build a 50,000- seat stadium and President William Houston says that's nn answer to rcporLs that the school planned to de-emphnsize .sports. Contracts for the 82,500,000 stadium .are to be awarded after the first of [he year and the.structure will be ready for the opening game of the 1950 football season. Two weeks ago Rice announced plans to build a $1,200,000 field house with a 1,000-seat capacity. "We will continue to abide by the rules of the Southwest Conference lo the letter, "Houston said yesterday in revealing plans for the stadium, which will be near the present stadium thai seats 30.000. "There Ls no reason to regard that as de- emphasis." ; The new stadium will be built in Big Ten to Announce Rose Bowl Team Monday CHICAGO. Nov. 16. l/fi — The. Western Conference representative in the 1950 Rose Howl will be announced Monday by the Big Ten office. Commissioner K. L. (Tug) Wilson said today faculty committeemen will begin voting on their first, second and third bowl selections after Saturday's games and the poll will be assembled Sunday. The ancient Norman Capital ol Rouen was France's first seaport. 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