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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 19.19 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS •^ i ' . ~ • • .... PAGE FIVE BlytnevilieMay Get Class D Club-Little Rock Refuses to Play AA Winner I nUmfOtirO HOlH *+ — . . . m I'm •^^^•^a . , Conference Held By Civic Leaders East Arkansas Loop Will Be Discussed At Session Sunday The return of o Iniscljidl to Blytlievillc was one •slop nearer to reality today following a meeting of some 20 lilythevillo business men and civic leaders in the Chum- ber of Commerce offices liisl Meeting v/itti n'prp.'H'ntulives nf the Mississippi County Pair Asso- ctatlon, which holds Ihc lease on Walker I'arfc. the civic leaders and business men agreed lo a. plan o(- fciod by Fred S. <Rock> Salibn which, j[ carried oul, will bring Class i) baseball back to Ulytlie- Cage Schedule For Papooses Is Announced Coach Earl stabler of Hie Blytheville Junior nigh School Papoo<c.s yesterday announced a 12-«>ime schedule for hi., 1949-50 junior basketball squad. The schedule includes five home sanies and seven on ihe raid. The Paps are slalcd to open Ilielr season next Friday night against the Luxora Juniors here. Coach stabler staled lhat 21 boys have Viceii working out daily since j basketball practice sun ted last Wrf'k. Three or four more are expected to report next work, lie said The Juniors' schedule Include.'; sanies with Jolie.sboro, Luxora. Manila. Kciser, West Memphis Dj'c.ss Wilson and Holland. Mo. Coach Stabler stated that he had " i.^ .,,..1... sevcial Ofjeii dale.s on the schedule provided the proposed thai he is hying to nil before the n«:!K; T f nttitn Ic fm-mpil C(ia;'mi ni,n ,-.... Eastern Arkansas League Is formed. Mr. Saliba and several other baseball enthusiasts of Rlytlieville arc to attend a meeting of representatives defin- i enthusiasts ot Hiythevme arc nr ,. ,, go to Forrest City 'tomorrow to o , ' l ; 2 ~ ^ Ix ° r » . '««: Dec. 6, . , : . ..» i~,* upen. Dec, 9—Main n there- ncf thcrc; Feb. 17—Dyo.is there: Feb. 18 formed. Four Blytheville cl\ r ic clubs, the Jaycces, Lions, Kiwnnls, and American Legion, along with the Chamber of Commerce, were represented at last night's meeting and heard plans for the sponsoring of a team, to work independently, discussed by Mr. Saliba. Finance Plan Frescnled Mr. Saliba pointed out that It would take approximately $8.000 to get a Class D team hi operation here and presented the following plan for raising of the funds. His plan is to sell between 10.000 and „ 12.000 tickets to the opening game |J)at SI per ticket. These tickets, he '" explained, would be for the open- Ing game but would carry the provision that If a purchaser could not attend the opening game, then they would be recognized at any home game during the first season. "If this Is done." Mr. Saliba pointed out. "we could use the money to start on. and then utilize the gate receipts and other promotion ideas to meet the second half of the S25.000 that will hc needed for the operation of a Class D club for one year." "It Is not our plan to asK any of the civic cluhs or anymie else for an outright cash donation." Mr. Saliba snlrt. "All we are asking Is that everyone cooperate." The plans also call tor each civic club of Blytheville to be represented on the board of directors of the baseball team and after each club appoints Its representative, officer will then be elected. Mr. Saliba further pointed that such a club In Blythcvillc could operate more successfully as an independent rather than through affiliation with a major league team. ."I have been advised by major league scouts and 'other officials that this Is the best plan because should Blythevlllc come up with a af'Class D player that is destined to '"go up, then we could sell that player for cash, whereas If we were affiliated with a major league club then that club would have automatic draft righfs on the player" Missco Has Player Prospects Mr. Sahba stated that he had also been advised by several big league scouts that there were a number of young players who have been looked at or signed by big league teams and who cannot be farmed out because these teams have already reached their tpiota and that Ihese boys could be utilized by such a league that Is being proposed for this area. r" C v' SO s , tal i d that he n °P otl spv - Mississippl County Trumann there. fiei.s underway. The schedule: eral boys from in Re %vj - ••••-n t , t jt \ji.»uiuy would try out for Blythevlllc's (cam " and when one Is formed "We have Class D material right here this county." he said, "and 1 lehcve we can get those boys to try jv.it for our team." ' Representing the Mississippi County Fair Association at last night's meeting were R. E. Blavlock secretary, and Jesse Taylor, attorney for lh c association. Mr. Taylor '' tllc meeting that Ihe pfans Four Horsemen Ramble Again at Irish Celebration SOUTH, BEND, Ind.. Nov. 20. <»•> -Notre Dame's tamed four horsemen rortc again last night—through uproarious crowds gathered to wish tllLni well on their 25th reunion They and 10 teammates ol Knute Rockne's unbeaten 192-i squad were to climax their homecoming celcbra- tlo ntoday at the Notre Dame-Southern California game. The glorious backflctd of a quarter century ago—quarterback Elarry Stuhldreher (now Wisconsin athletic director); Lett half Jim Crowley (a Chicago sales promotion representative); right half Don Miller (U. S. district attorney foi Northern Ohio), and fullback Elmer Luyden (Chicago transportation executive) —relived the past with the old gang in a night of merriment. All four were as cagey answering questions lor the record us they were when they ran roughshod over 10 opponents. None of them would agree that the 1949 Irish of Frank Leahy was the best team In Notre Dame history. "Let's say it's onu^>f the school's greatest teams and let It go at that " said Laj-den, as wiry now as he was as a demon 166-pound fullback. After all, that 1924 Rockne eleven will live forever in foolball lore. Chances of comparing it to the present outfit, which went after Its 37th game without defeat today weren't worth a plugged nickel during the back-slapping, frenzied festivities last night. The four horsemen and two linn- men of the famous "seven mules" were the only 1324 starters to make the reunion. End Chuck Collins and Captain Adam Walsh, center, carried on for the line. NFAV YOI!K, Nov. 2fl (At 1 ) — A group or North Carolina iilumini m Durham, N.c. (home of Dukcl have .luted a drive tor a "Charlie Ju.s- lice Scholarship Fund" ami ahculy O.i- than 500 fans have chipped n . . Thnt sreiiis lo prove- (hut North Carolina didn't go broke at- londlng. and belting .i n . ,he Not| . c l'.uue game. . . Probably the scho- In-Oiip should be awarded In Ihc JmirmillMii Drpt. in recognition of :he puhhcily Charlie received. . : I Mono, ihr horse that iimuzcd and OHI 11 lied some racing fails bv win-' the Mcl^llan and Wliloner at Hnlcah In UM8, Is coming tack to the races I his winter under Iho col- ol Walter Kramp and C. A. Shuv of liorariiiR sptlng pa Hit National na.sobnll Confess will publish a Spanish edition of H.s of- licl.il rule book In 1951 (in addition ' 1.000.000 books in l-.upii.shi but Gosnell Boys, Manila Girls, Take Victories Gosnell and Manila basketball teams split a pair of contests at Manila last night, the Gosncll boys winning, 38-25. while the Manila, girls came through with a 41-22 victory. Whitney and Dawson combined forces to lead the Manila girls, scoring 20 and 14 points, respectively. Moody paced Gosnell with 16 markers. Manila sported a 24-10 llalflimc lead. Oosnell grabbed a 22-13 lead aft• two quarters of piny and never were headed in the boys tilt. Ward was Ihe big scoring gun lor the victors, picking up 21 points. Rouse led the Lions with 10 points. The lineups: Girls Came Manila C41) p os . Oosnell c>2) Dawson (14) .... "• SIIAWNKK GHIDIlKKS-Shown here arc member., of Shawnce Iligln- School's ig.| 9 foolball scuiad who closcrt their season two weeks '.go with seven wins against only three defeats. Members ol the sn.mil -.rc- ' front row Heft to right)-Sonny HiBgins. Johnny Harrison, 1,'ddic Adams Mclvm Haskctt, Sonny Housaman and Charles Landcrdalc Hack row-' Bncc Richards, Aubrey Robinson, Paul Bell, Marcus Slllcer Joe Adams and Shclton Harrison. Paul Childers, nil! Childcrs, Hob Speck Icon Speck. Tom Larue, Pete Stacks, Sonny Fault and Harold Kelly were not present when photo was taken. Story (7) , Whitney (20) . Etheridgc . Stokcly Houston Substitutes: (3> Caldwell (10) Moody (3) Jones D. Doiiner a Krech Q White Manila — Mcacham . p. o. fiaeg. Waddell, Bacon. Shasteen' Rhodes, Phillips. Oosnell—Lucius' McCiee, Rhodes. Roberts. Hnjs Game Manila (25) Pos. Oosnell (38) Klnchen (7) ... p. Rouse (10) .... F. Leach (4) c. O. Pleeman (3) Isaacs (I) _ Substitutes: Manila ton, Miligan, Garner; Emery, Lewis. (5) Gann ... (7) Hart • (21) Ward . <3> French m E. Gann •Horncr, Hut- Gosnell— 14-Game Schedule Set for Cagers Of PorfageviHe PORTACEVILLE, Nov. 2G-Coai:h Vic Reaves has announced a 14- Newcomer Teams With Texan for Mat Performance Pat Mmphy, a SCO-pound newcomer, will make His initial mat ap- game cage schedule for his Port- i ' ageville High School ba.sketballcrs ! 1Mr «nct here Monday night In the The schedule features seven home ! rfB ": Rtc ." 1 ! 1!u " cvc " t ° r tll(! Al »'-'games. including the Dec 13 ran- I "?'>'"» weekly wrc'stltnn I'ro- ! ''' : "" al Mpmo "»' Auditoriu . ng e ec 13 ran- te-st which will be homecoming night i at the school. The schedule: Dec. 9 - Kisco, here; Warden, here; Dec. 10—at Giclroii; Dec. 20 Clarkson, here; Dec. 22 Marston, here; Jan. 10-al Wardcll; Jan. 13—at Canaiou; Jan. 17—Mcne- housc. here; Jan. 20 NCR- Madrid. here; Jan. 24—at Kewanee; Jan a« —Lllbom-n, here; Jan. 31—at Car- ulhersville; Feb. 3—at Parma- Feb. 17—at Matthews. Porkers Rated 13 Point Favorites Over Tulsa FAYETTKVILLE. Ark., Nov. 26 (AP)_ Tulsa's aerial circus and the ground - minded Arkansas Razorbacks tangled here today in the 21th renewal of a collcai'atc football rivalry datini; back in 1899. The kickoff was set Jor 2 p.m. Arkansas was a 13-point favorile to register its Hth victory against and four ties In the game slacked up as a duel between the passing of Tulsa's little Pete Annex, serious threat to the Rural-backs' porous secondary, and the line .smashing of Arkaasa.s fullback Geno Mazzanti nine defeats series. The for , , for the Inasuc and the Walker Park's baseball would be taken up with (|, c rental of facility elation at an early date. Olher towns expected to have representation at tomorrow's mcct- mg in Forrest City are Joncsboro, Parnuoijld. Newport. Forrest City and Helena. Mr. Saliba. O. E. (Dutch! Quell- malz will represent liiythevillc at that meeting. Hollywood Continued from Page < five other reporters plavlng roles of the five reporters their roles were much simpler than mine. "The first reporter had a line that went. 'What?' The second reporter said: 'Who?' The th.ird fourth and fifth reporters had even smaller parts. So you can see. the burden of maintaining the prestige of the press rested on my shoulders. "Over objections from the producers. Jack Skirball and Bruce Manning, I rieaiaiidert lo know who Lowell was; why he'd call anybody; what kind of help did he need; and how far down his neck was bowed. Rather than answer each question individually. Mr. Skirbnll came to the conclusion that it would be much quicker if I read the script. "This look four hours and cosf (he studio Ibousands nf dollars, bot I'm sure it was iiorlb il fur Ihcju In know lliat I understood HIT part "When Ihc director yelled 'Print if after the 15th take, i was rather piound of myself. I didn't think I'd get my line right that quickly. They told me I could see the rushes later that afternoon. Phillips Oilers Break Record with 737-76 Win BARTLESVILLE. Okla., oNv. 20. (API—The Phillips Oilers established their all-time scoring record last night, rielealing the Guatemala Olympics. 131-lfi. The Oilers' previous scoring mark was 111 in 1338 against an Enid team. Bill Kleine, Phillips center, scored 25 points. The South Americans arc on a 13-game tour of the United Stales. Murphy has been booked to team with Tex Rilcy ol Mulc.shoe. Tex Dec 11— i !I -° alllst Iictl Roberts of Little Rock „*;:,.. •'_.. and Eddie Malone ol Florida In (he main event bout. Murphy hns never wrestled here before but three weeks ago he was called lo referee a bout here. The moustachert veteran is rated high by Promoter Mike Meroney who termed him a "tough Irishman.' HoberUs. Malone and Rilcy arc nil veterans of Meroncy's linuLs. In fact they have been performing tor Ihe Blytheville promoter for mast of the years that he has been here. All will weigh in the heavyweight. clil.Si. In addition to the mnlii event, two one-lall preliminary Iwul.s are also on the card. In these Mnlonu i 26 Razorbacks End Collegiate Careers Today PAYflTUVILI.E, Ark., Nov. 2(1 i.l'l— Twcnly-slx Arkansas Razorbacks said goodbye to collegiate football careers at the close of today's game with Tulsa. A large number of Ihr senior gtirt- dcr.s did not sec action In the Hanoi-backs' final game of Ihe I0l!t season. One of those was Leon (Mlls- rles) Campbell, a charging fullback wno has been benched because ol n knee Injury. Many of tile Porkers were on the 11 learn and did not sec regular dutj tins season. Heputars Include: Rnds Hilly Hlx and Chester Lincbarricr- Tackles John l.miucy, Bill Sla'ncil and Duva'l Thornton. Guards Thcron Roberts George I'apageoryc and Kckel Howland. halfbacks Capt. Alvi,, Duke, Hilly Bass and Tracy Scott and fullback Stacy Mazzsintl. and 27 o Jinx or Luck To Army-Navy Teams? PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 20—</!•)_ Army and Navy fan s nrc wonder- lug n the magic number 21 will come up ugaln at Municipal Stadium. The -adi of the last lluce football will tangle with Rilcy and Murphy I sanies between the scrvlee'tciinis Army won 21-18 h, Ig will take on RobcrU. Read Courier News Want Ads BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA RESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE Monday, November 28 New Slarling TiniD S:00 ., Almictiiy ADULTS S(lc- CilIi.DKFN 15c JiOX SKATS Inc EXTKA' (Tat Included) "EDDIE MALONE and RED ROBERTS" versus .PAT MURPHY and TEX RILEY Also Two 1-Fall 30-Minute Matches Malone vs. Riley Murphy vs. Roberts Last Day "Ki\in nr Shine; It's Ahviiys Fine" Complete Show after 10 =====5 SUN.-MOX.-TUES.- PLUS wo Big Color Carroons ULYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRF. Two Hi B Mils * Open ]2-.;w "KIDNAPPED" ALSO Johnny M:ick lirtntn In "(icntlcman from Texas" —owi. snow ii:i:>— "Hriilc of Frankenstein" \Beitmtsi ft," % —T—/ • r £ jfe- * . «,„ „ /e/x<nucofo>t .£* Also Thrilling Co-Hit - - - r**cy j — . MONTEZ i,,, AUMONT 0'KEEFE in 1016, 21-0 I gninc was a 21 1!M8 uiid Insl yea 21 deadlock. And In loan | n Chlcngo tlicy played anuliicr 21-21 Uc. Sports Roundup bj l Fullertuu Jr, 'Season is Over' Officials Claim Subiaco, Smaekovcr Hurl Challenge at Big Six Champions _ LITTI.B ROOK. Nov. 20—MV- •SniiK-kaver und Subiaco, which will meet in a Class AA high school foolball playoff final, yesterday formally challenged Big six division champion Little Rock to meet Hie winner. Hut Ijittle Rock promptly and firmly turned thumbs down on the [>ropns;ll. "We nrc no! Interested," said * highly placed utiic Hock High School official who asked not to be i|llo(cf| by name. "We at .senior high school are all asieed lhat our season Is over. Thafa the reason we and five other schools withdrew from the playoff system to form the Dig Six — so we i-ouhi decide our cliamp- lomhlp In Hie regular se.'son and MI.-MII u.n. "°t keep jlliiylui; until Christina? turned down „ Montreal icquc.st for| Thn ti<ls have had a full season of a I lench edit Ion because of in.su!- ll - I can't see what would be ac- coinpollshcrt by such a meeting anyway." fimackover and Snblaco play fn War Memorial stadium here Dec. 2. Alter defeating North Little Roclc 2U-0 lii ii traditional Thanksgiving Day game Thursday, Little Hock Coach Wilson Matthews announced that lii.s team was through for the liclent demand. I'iuhcr IMtu.tli,,,, l) f |,i. Mi.s.soui'1 rcporl.s Hie sci'niid occasion of a T quarterback lining U p behind a guaicl Instead of the center (the first came from Michigan State) . . . you'd think a colU-RC man would know enough arithmetic to find the middle of a seven-man line. . . And at Iowa, Stale Ciilck Sutherland ended his regular tennis cla.ue.s Nov. 12 and told each man lo play einht extra matches for credit before- Ulo ciul of tin: levin. . . . They were to deposit cards giving dales and scores in a box. . . . Last Monday Chick was greatly surprised to Ilnd about 20 cards. The tennis nets had been taken down a week before. •Sporfsiioiirrl John McConvllle and Frank K-ino, R'lio coached Vlllanova to the eastern Intercollegiate ISO-pound league championship, both are slmlcills In Ihe Villannvn School of Commerce and Finance. . . Since they served without pay. they ought to be Ilunk- ed In Die finance course. . . . Moon Mullln.s' St. Ambrose College footballers, who won eight straight Kamus, beat opponent. 1 : from eight different states. . . . Moon's star fullback was Don IXiody, who somehow managed to escape the mck- iifune of "liowdy." . . , \Vcst Virginia Tech is broadcasting glowing reports on halfback Randy Cooper, who racked up 18IIS yards and 13 touchdowns thi.s season, and guard Meal lialsl. Week End Nnlcs Walt Davis and Ken Suttoll, blg- B«'st men on the Texas Aggies bas- 21 has figured In kctbnll team, usually wear cowboy i,,..i i...... ,„,..,._„ j, I10 i,s that make them look about seven feel tall. . . P!i[] ilergashcl- mcr of the Cincinnati Mohawks, who has been around the American Hockey League almo-st. as long us the Icafiue has been around, claims the circuit is 25 per cent stronger than ever before. . . Saddest note Sunday and Monday "A MUST FOR EVERYONE TO SEE!H •Potonti fog o/in i PI ever has the screen with the boldness of From out ol Ihe Soulh Pacific many great stories will come... but none will be greater than this story ol five men...,'" lour ol them while, one ol them black! Outspoken and uncompromising, frank and forthright!... THE FIRSr MOTION PICTURE OF ITS KIND! xiihDa Jeff Cortj P.t-.nird t> SCREEN PLAYS CORP. >f|jU> Dirk • Funk Ijivtjny • Jirm, K.l*jiif. . s, m n,^;, l.lojd HiiilttfPtodiictd by STANLEY KRAMF.R Dirrtl.d h} MARK RORSON • A > wi.u Frn<l U rti Roh,,| Slillmin s "«np!>y by CARL FORF.MAS-BMM en Ihtoripr.l |>l»y kyArhu. I j u Muitcil Scon b, DIMI 1^1 T1OMK1N • Rtlciiid Th™ l>ii<d Atiiiu Plus Added Attroctions it'asou. The chilllcjigi! lo Hie Llltlc Rock team v,-«s signed by J. O. Hotinood S m n c k n v v r siijwrliitendent o f schools, mid Iho ne v. Chri.sl tl phcr Pnliidinc ol Snblaco Academy. H pnhitcd oul Uinl Ihe Arkansaj Athlelic Assoclallon rules provicla In Article ;Five, Sfcllon Pour, Ihnl sucli a game may be played on the second week-out ntlcr Tlianksulv- In the American Bowling Congres.1 N'r>ivsletlcr concerns Frank Scliuch nr Detroit, who rolled a 300 game while worming up for league coin- pctlrm then turned ill scores ol 133 139 and MO. . . Jolni Baronlan ol Tufts is named cnplfnii of Hie "All- Ariiiciiluii" foolball lenin named by "The Hnlrcnck Weekly." . . . How about Nick Kerbnwy of the IJons oa coach and iniblicily m«n? liox Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. AMIIncc Saturday & Suiidayi tMiil.-tiun. 1 u.m. Con I, Sbon'l Manila, Ark. Shows EVIIILY NIGHT Siiliirilliy "LONE TEXAS RANGER" wllh William Klllolt Also Shorts Saturday Owl Show "FLAME OF YOUTH" with Harbara Fuller Aha Shorls Sunday & Monday "DOL1.INGSOF OKLAHOMA" ivilh Hamlol|]li Scott Also Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark; Saturday 'WESTERN RENEGADES' ivilli .lolinny Mark llrown Cartuon and Serial oAv ,VK;HT OWL siiow "THE WOLF MAN" uitli I.on Ch;inc> Also (\isldfin Sunday & Monday

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