PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVTU.E (AHK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18,.1949 Even for Contest Winner of Tonight's Game Could Easily Be Class AA Champs B.lylhevile High School's Chieka-1 saws- place their slate Class AA [ grid 'crown on the line tonight 1 when they meet the Buckeroos of j Smackover High School in a first round game of the -state Double-A playolf at Haley Field. The ga«ae. Is scheduled lor 8 o'clock. The two teams will be battling for the right to meet the Sublaco Trojans In the finals of the playoff Dec. 2. Subiaco advanced to the championship match by getting past Van Biiren 26-19 in i> first round playoff game at Van Buren last night. Tonight's game could easily be a replica of last year's championship contest in which the Chicks staged a fourth period rally to defeat the Buckeroos 21-6 at Little Rock's Memorial Stadium. The two teams were rated even last year and. they are about the same this year with Smackover holding a slight edge. The Chicks, bruised and battered from a tough schedule, climaxed their pre-game practices with a light workout under the lights at Haley Field last night. The Chicks are plagued with injuries and, according - to Coach Russell Mosley, they aren't In- anything like good condition for the game. Chick Injuries - Coach Mosley listed the names of five regulars who may see only limited service tonight. Heading the list of the injured Is Captain J. A. Lloyd who is nursing a sore arm arid a bruised leg. Others are fullback Robert Reid, halfback Charles (Ruff) Lutes and guard Jerry Phillips, 'Who are all suffering from • bruised leg muscles, and end Marvin Hall who k still bolhered by the shoulder injury he received in Smackover game last year. But in spite a! their injuries the Chicks' spirit- has been high nil week. They looked belter than usual in practice scrimmage this week, especially on defensive play • and blocking. Assistant Coach Johnny Staples, who scouted the Srnackover-Hope game last week, reported that the Buckeroos, though small, are fast and aggressive and run from ' a tricky T formation. Their offense is led by quarterback Billy Gideons, who Staples said was the "best passer I have seen this year." ' Blytheville Heaviest The Chicks will hold a sizeable weight advantage in every department. The Bucks will weigh in at 153 pounds per man as compared with the Chicks' - team average of 179. Smackpver's '• backfield and line both average. 153 white the Chicks backs will weigh in at 169 and the lineman at 186. ; 'One.of the season's largest crowds !s^expected to'witness tonight's all- fmportaht contest* Some Smack, over fans are expected to ' follow fthe'Ir • team to Blytheville for the ; game but the,, major part ot the I crowd is expected to be drawn ! from Mississippi County. I The .Buckeroos will enter to; night's game boasting a 7-1-1 re> cord."Their only loss was to Fair- ipeak High of Shreveport, La., and t they were tied by Texarkana In • the mud. Their victory list In- 5 eludes an upset win over the El ,, Dorado Wildcats of the Big Six * division. ' All playoff games are governed ; by ihe Arkansas Athletic Assocla- i lion and in the event of a tie .'score the winner will be decided In J the following way: <1> considering , the most penetrations of thr op> ponent's 20-y«rci line (2> first 1 downs (3) total yardage gained. • Injuries Force Eagles to Shift : Starting Lineup I PHILADELPHIA, Nov. IB— (fl 1 )— i Coach Greasy Neale of the Phila- i delphia Eagles will have to make ! numerous shifts in^iis lineup lor , Sunday's football game against the ; New York Bulldogs here because 1 of injuries. I Bosh Pritchard, one of the Na, tional Football League's top ground gainers, and johnny Green, ace defensive end, definitely will not see action. On the doubtful list are halfbacks Jim Farmer and Prank Ziegler, center Vic I.indskog and end •Neill Armstrong. Ben Kish, reserve fullback, also has a broken nose. Clyde Scott, fleet rookie from Arkansas, will replace Pritchard In the offensive lineup. RIISS Cralt and Pat McHugh, usually strictly defensive players, also will play on the offense. i —~^— . Pete Pihos and Jack Ferrante i both offensively and defensively ,i figure to carry, most or the load, (the ends. aeiensueii, at Probable Starting Lineups SMACKOVER m.Y'i'HKVJLI.B No. 35 25 42 « 34 43 21 20 30 38 29 Player \\'t. Wallace Corley 147 Harold Spain 171 Earl Warren 156 \ Clennny McAvoy 167 Charlie Smith 140 Frank Mathews 155 Janie Raper 130 Bill Gldtleons 156 Floyd Welch 147 Bob Johnson 149 Claude Thomas 160 Average Hfl K htj Lliw.— 153; Backfield— 153 Team— 153 Pus. L.E. L.T. L.Q, C. R.Q. R.T. R.E. Q.B. 11. B. H.B. P.B. W(, 180 195 175 185 175 203 185 190 172 125 188 160 Player Max Gurley J. A. Lloyd Jerry Phillips J. C. Droke Jim Garner Jim Beriy Marvin Hall Buddy Donner. Clint les Lutes Roger Limi Robert Reid or Louis Anderson Average \Veij>hU Lille— 186 ; Backneld— 169 No. 54 45 34 21 35 44 51 17 15 12 14 11 Team— 119 H LayjtateXrwn^nJ^eJonight-Osceola to Tangle With Hartford I661TIS Ar6 KdlCu B_.L_LI_ e. .. .. i ~~ ' ~ r . ~"*T/%-.mr \A/:n ni t — learns Will Play *«"»« w« *»«« Tomorrow Night Arkansas, Mississippi Settle Hunting Dispute Paps Beat Hayti Juniors 29 to 7 Blytheville Scores In Every Period; Mosley Sets Pace By Morris Williams Courier News Correspondent HAYTI, Mo.. Nov. 18.—Blytheville's Junior Papooses closed their 1949 grid season in big way here last night as their team of seventh and eighth graders overwhelmed a team of Hayti juniors 2Q-7. The Paps scored In eveiy period, picking up two touchdowns In. the first quarter, a safety in the second, and one touchdown each In the third and fourth period. Haytl scored its lone [ally in the second period. Halfback Tommy Mosley set the Paps off by racing 50 yards around end for the first touchdown midway in the first period. Fullback Bob Chllder.s followed suit a few plays later by crashing over guard for 40 yards and the second • score after he had recovered a Hayt! fumble. Both extra point tries were good. In the second quarter, the Paps backed Hayli all the way to the two and Troult, Hnytl fullback, was trapped behind the goal line by Ed Richardson, Pap tackle for a safety. 70-Yard Run Srnrrs A few plays later Haytl scored it* lone tally when Troutt circled end for 70 yards from the Ha.yti.30. , In Ihe third quarter. Pap quarterback Ralph Snider hauled down Hayti pass on the 'enemy 30 yard line, found his blocking and went all the way for the Paps' third score. Childers bucked the line 'for the extra point. The Paps' Jinal touchdown came the fourth period and was set up by a short Hayti punt. Blyt.hc.rHle got the ball on the Hayti 20 and Mosley passed to Snider for the necessary yardage. The extra point try failed. The lineups: fUylhrville PJJ, Hayti Hay I,B Roivelt Richardson .. t/T Sullivan Jones L3 Smilh Pi'ivett C Thomas Birmingham . Ri; skinner Burnlmm m Robinson O'Dell RE White Snider Q3 Barnes Mosley HB Inman Blankenshlp .. HB Nelson Childers ...... PB Troutt Substitutions: Blylhpville—White, Biown, Cobb. Gilbert, Nelson, -\u- bic.«. O'Brien. Hayli—Hardin and Sullivan. 4 LITTLE ROCK. Nov. 18 (AP) — The Arkansas Game and Fiih Commission yesterday made it possible for residents of Arkansas and Mississippi to hunt ducks and geese between main levees of the Mississippi River without fear of arrest. The commission ratified an agreement with the Mississippi Commission whereby Arkansas holders of resident duck hunting licenses may hunt In Hie affected area in Mississippi and vice ver.sa. Secretary T. A. Mc.Amls said the agreement was decided HJ»D became In many places the boundary line between the two states is uncertain as a result of changes in the Mississippi river. Some of Arkansas lies east of Die river and some of Mississippi wesl of the river as a result of these changes. M;AmU said the agreement affected only migratory waterfowl and did not apply to other game. ft Ls effective for the season which opened at noon today and extends unli! Dec. 27 In both states. The Arkansas Connnisoion also agreed with the Mississippi commission to open to commercial fishing Lake FergtL-on, near Oreeri- ville. Miss., and which is partly In Arkansas. McAints said that general prospects for duck hunters are none too good because of mild weather and lack of high water. Longe's Wildcats Beat Yarbro 25-0 In Y League Play Lange's Wildcats practically sewed up. the "Y" Grade school football championship .yesterday afternoon with a decisive 25-0 victory over Yarbro. This win gave the ! Wildcat* a clean slate for the season, marred only by a lie with Sudbury in their first meeting of the schedule. Lange received the opening kickoff and scored in five scrimmage ball Kb" Baseball Talk Stronger Tor t NoHheas' d li '" e '" '*" ' h "" ' 2 months ' ulk °' <" 1 8»nia!<5 base- hlmlllorc f*,i. I*.n ... . » ,_ |JIIJ!JIIIIl I J J It Ifllb llmC n this area assure us that as is, we ^....ri'^ h '? a . C , k ! Saliba ' who is one'oTth^slranger backers for an oiganiMd baseball team in Blytheville, advises us that plans for a team i*».iin .(/ml "1 , y ( "" 1 """• lhe Pfoi'<«c<l Eastern Arkansas League stands a good chance of becoming a reality instead of just R lot 7n 7, ; ^ ,, alld * cm 'l )!e '"°''e baseball enthusiasts, namely O K tuuu-h) Qucllmab. and Jimmle Edwards, represented Blytheville at a grJ^rro^^^^^^^ ^^'^^^^^^ ^r foM And si ™ ' talked with Rock the other night and found that the idea of the tlia p</ih <- f *L! , V he sighs of the interested. But such was not the case. Instead backers began to talk more, others have become Interested, and Blytheville will have a delegation at the meeting In Forrest City Nov. 2T at which lime more concrete plans are to be marie. $10,000 Will Do Ir ~ Where's the 25 G's coming from? It's simple, according to Rock It has been pointed mil that the full $25.000 will not be needed at once' . Only a part of ,t. say SS.OOO or J10.000 will do Instead If ' ° n " tn! " is et started. So here's talked '" Jo »» inm > ,' <>PEnt"8 g»n lc tickets, incorporate the club and sell 0,000 shares of stock at a buck a share making it more or less a M'\ 7" B "° lh " WOUI<1 bc (0 Je!1 season ticket, and Am Or S °™ 6e " er °" S SOUl io e OM "^ lhe ""ded SOUl io 25 grand Our next question was: What about a place to plav? Rock was cnrick to answer tins. Walker Park, he replied, it's the only place that Same Song, Second Verse Pigskin Pickings Smitkovtr at Bljrth'evHIer-ThU Is "the- rime !or our Chicks Th-ir Leon Hart to Receive Maxwell Grid Trophy PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 18—W>.— If <he Maxwell Memorial Football Tiophy selections are any indication, the lineman is coming into his own. Leon Joseph Hart. Notre Dame end who was named colege player of the year by the Maxwell club yesterday, is the second consecutive lineman chosen lor the honor. Chuch Bednarlk, University of Pennsylvania center now playing with the Philadelpla Eagles in the National football League, was selected last year. All the previous ' 1 Maxwell Trophy backs. winners were sneaked over for the score and Lange led 12-0. Akers also tallied the third T.D. on a 12 yard Jaunt behind good intcrierence making the score 19-0 at the half. Yarbro's only offensive th came in the third period, when they racked up Ire three first downs after the kick-off, carrying.to the Lange 20. Pa.ssos from Charles Abbott to Charles Lang being goad for most of the distance. Langc's final score came in the fourth period, when Akers again breezed 36 yards behind good blocking for the tally. Sudbnry is scheduled to play Centra! this afternoon in the , .. same qf _ the uttte Par*. , regular schedule at Two More Deer r jjHunters Report- Successful Trips Two more deer successes were reported today by Blytheville hunters who made trips to wooded areas ol the state during the first week of Ihe split deer season. Dr. Torsten Lindquist reported whal so far Is the largest kill, an ei^ht pointer bagged in Chicot County rear Lake Village. Dr. Lind- linal | quist bagged lhe buck Monday Abe Greene Re-Elected Commissioner of NBA HAVANA, Nov. 18—01>i—Ab* J Greene o[ Patterson. N. J, » top figure in organized boxing for years is still top man in the National'-i Boxing Association today. The NBA convention ' gav e him a thunderous vote of praise yesterday and re-elected him its commission- i er. Greene had asked that he not be re-elected, but waj shouted down. j morning. It weighed 187 pounds Hf , vas b,, mtng wi|h hls f ather- Dr. Carl Lindquist, and brother. Dr. N. A. Lindquist. both of Fort Smith. Giin Harrison reported killing a small buck Monday while hunting in Stone County. Mr. Hanl^n's deer weighed 95 pounds dressed. He was hunting with a party of Blytheville hunters including other Dr. r. B. Elliott, Dr. P. L. Husband. Bill Stovall, Tom Grimes and M Hawkins. Although carbon dioxide makes up only a tiny fraction of the earth's atmosphere, one scientist estimates there are about 2.200,- OOO.OOO.COO tons of it, equal ('o some 6<X),000,000,MO of pure carbon. FALSTAF WINS! famous for ftemium Quality fbf 3 Generations...NOW.. AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING POPULAR-PRICED BEER': C 1»«. UUTAff MtwUM C0«t. rt. bOUK . OM»H* tMW MtUAM PREMIUM QUALITY BEER Motorcycle RODEO Sunday, Nov. 20lh,1:30p.m. Walker Park Sponsored by the American Legion Dud Cason Post 24 Only 20 Players Are Drafted by Major Leaguers CINCINNATI. Nov. 18. (AP) — A total of $182.500 changed hands for Ihe second straight year In the annual baseball player draft here yesterday but the talent was a little cheaper this • time. Twenty bush eaguers were selected iu the 1340 draft, one more than In the grab ast year. All but two of the,majors, De- .roit of the American League and Boston of the National, made selections and Brooklyn claimed ite rir.it draftee in five years The Na- :ional League champs gave $10,000 Tor Malcom Mallctte, 2G-year-okl :efty, who had a 10-10 record last season while playing with Kansas City, Memphis and Sacramento. The Philadelphia Athletics paid .4,000 for Ed Hrabczak, a 19-7 pitch- r with Stamford ol the Class B Colonial League while the St. Louis •a.rdhials handed out $6,000 to get Harold Stanley from Utica, N,Y. Stanley tatted .311 for Americus. , in the Class D Georgia-Florida /eague last season. * Clubs have until midnight tonight > .telegraph the office of Commis- ioner A. B. Chandler to make fur- her draft selections. The first radio network started operation in 1928. It was N11C. Seminoles Wind Up Hard Contact Work For B Playoff Game Osccola High School's Seminoles wound tip their hard contact work yesterday afternoon and are expected to leave early tomorrow for nussellville where they will tangle with Hnrlfonl. District Pour Class B champions. In their first-round Class B playoff tilt tomoroiv night. The game will be played at Arkansas Tech's Tucker Stadium. The Seminoles, runners-iip in the District 3B race, were invited to fill a bye spot on the class B playoff bracket and drew the District Four champs In their first round pairing. Coach Rube Boyco's tribe, winners of eight of their 10 regular scheduled games, are rated as un- dcidoss in tomorrow night's battle. Hartford will hold a sizeable weight advantage over the South Mississippi Counlians and has run up impressive scores over the opposition during regular season play. Wilson Meets Pocahonlas' Wilson High School's Bulldogs, District 3B champions are scheduled to play their first-round game tonight, meeting Aubrey Fowler's Porahontas Redskins at Joncsboro. The same is set for Woodland PROVIDENCE, H. I., Nov. 18_ M'y—Professional Champion Jack Kramer had a 13-3 lead In matches over' Dick (Pancho) Gonzales, 1949 amateur tltilst, today as the tour- Ing tennis professional headed for Jamaica, N. Y. Kramer won here last night 1012,6-2 9-7. ' ' Pancho Scgura defeated Frankta Parker, 64, 3-fi, 6-3. Lead Output Declines WASHINGTON, Nov. 18—(fl>)_ The combined output of lead in Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas in September was 13,533 tons, a decline of 3 percent The Bureau of Mines said this com'paiiM with a decline of 8 percent in IM% nation's average dally rale of lead production. Field in Jonesboro at 8 o'clock The Bulldogs, too, are rated as underdogs in their plavoff tilt H spite or the fact they are the only undefeated B team In the state. The Redskins are District champions. Winners of first-round games in the B playoff will meet again later tins month in semi-final pl ay w j( n the finals to be held early next month. Two Sports Continued on P. 12 ished gscd looks... pins .are yours in It's Hyde Park's FranKlinshire Worsted Corkscrew. It's a fine, firm, durable worsted. It's the longest wearing fabric we know ... holds its shape ... and always looks like a million dollars! 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