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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 30, 1949
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1949 ' " • ; WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1949 J. B. Whitworth to Coach Oklahoma Aggies-Barnhill Expected to Resign Llr I Ul/tlx liLviMMMW I ~~~: ' • — — '- . *^ Ex-Chick Gridder Leaves Georgia Three-Year Confrucf Accepted; to Assume Duties Immediately STILLWATER, ow«., NOV. 30— ?' (ffl—J. B, (Ears) Whitworth, a j, veteran of southeastern coaching ,, ranks, eyed the southwest today for hts football future. The affable ArkansHn, line coach at the University of Georgia since 1939, was appointed coach at Oklahoma A, and M. College yesterday. H e succeeds J i m Lookabaiigh, ' who resigned after 11 sen sons as headman oj the once-potent cowboys, Terms of Whllworth's COH(ract were nofc announced by Oklahoma A. and M. officials. In Atlanta, Whiuvorth confirmed he had agreed to R three-year contract, lite salary was reported unofficially at 412,500. Whitworth 's due to arrive here Friday to sign the contract. He ^•ill take over immediately. Athletic director Henry P. Iba said the new Aggie coach will have full say in the selection of his assistants. To Use Spread T The 41-year old coach sairi he Intends to Install a spvead T formation, as practiced by Georgia, for the Aggie offense next season. A native of Blythcvllle, Ark., Whitworth played football flt Alabama and, then began his coaching career with his alma mater. After three years, he moved to Louisiana State as an assistant, remaining four years. Three of those years L. S. U. played in the Sugar Bowl. When Wally Butts was named coach—remaining until his promo* tion as head coach of the Aggies. Wh it wo r t h becomes th e AgB ie.s' twelfth coach in 48 years. The longest tenure was that o/ Lookabaugh. During his days at thp southwestern schools, Whitworlh iv n s feared almost as much during off- season as during the regular season. He combined his sharp eyes arid iride ears Into an uncanny knack for talent scouting—an important role in modern football. Keiser Cagers Defeat Gosnell In 2 of 3 Games KEISER, Nov. 30 — The Yellow Jackets of Keiser High School swept two games of a three-game set from Gosnell here last night with the junior boys and senior girls victorious and the senior boys defeated, In the firit game the Junior boys won 34-17,' the senior girls won over Coach J. E. Harris' squad 5523 and the senior boys were beaten by Coach Roy Hon's Panthers 5f>- 22. It wn.s the fourth straight victory for the Gosnell senior boys. The lineups: Junior Boys Kelser Pos. Gosnell Henderson (4) . F Cook Clark (10) F ... (G) B. Hyde Barber <6> C H. Hyde Wilbanks (8) . G McKay Cochran G (8) Bevill Substitutions: Keiser — Humble (2), Creecy, Bagwell, StJiggs, Crafton, Brock, James. Petty, Hays. AVoddard, Dixon. Camp and Dudley. Gosnell—D. Hyde (3), Lollar, and Poff. Senior Girls Keiser Pos. Gosnell Johnson (2) ... P.... (23) Mnnrty Crews (5) ...... F Jones Dairl (25) F . . Donner Gridley ...G Caldwell Brock G Crech Williams G White Substitutions: Keiser — Clark, Amos (15). DcLancy (6), Baulk (2). Poag, Clay, Waltrip, and Camp. Gosnell—Lucius and Fletcher. Senior Roys Gasnell Pos. Keiser Gann (21) F... Smith Hart (15) F Kennedy Ward (18) c (3) Pace E. Gann G.... '5) Bullion French G (1) Childs Substitutions: Gosnell — Lewis d). Brown, Emery, Ijiglcs. Kcisrr— Mobley, Anderson, Felts IS). Green @. Parish (2), and < ~odwin. Basis of most modern radio receiving sets, including television, is a circuit invented by Major Edwin H. Armstrong, known as the superheterodyne. Read courier News Want Arts M24H r ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. - - - M i -'- '"-' '"~ FOR SALE Concrete cu.Tcrt* 12 Inch to ft inch, plain or reentnrced Also Concrete Building Htocks cheap er than lumber Sot barns, chickco house*, pnrnp boosts- (cnanr hoascs. tool sheds. W< drllvci Call us fat fire ejsllmat* . . rh«ne 69L OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO Homersville Cagers Win Over Stee/e Hlgl fe of pi: STEELE, Mo.. Nov. SO — Steelc h School's basketball (earns suf- d a double defeat at the hands teams from Hornersnlle, Mo., :ams last night with the boys los- 1K 23-21 and (he girls dropping a -46 decision. Both games were layed in Hornersville. A fie!d goal by center Hart just s the final horn sounded gave lornersville the verdict in the boys' ame, Hornersville cnrne from lie- ind in the last half to knot the ;ore and Hail's toss decided the is- ne. Cecil and J. Franklin tied for score honors for Stcele each coring .seven point/,. Unit led lloi- lersville with 12 points. In the girls game Hornersville led ill the way with E. WakcfU-ld lioop- IIR a total of 33 points to lead the icorlng. P. Burton paced stecle with >2 poinls. The lineups: Girls' Game Hornersville Pos. Sleele 3. Vnrdel <16) . P. . r22) P. Burton I. Grim (5) p. (1> P.Thompson W'field (33) F. (11) E. Matheny Wilklns ... G D. Outcs Robinson .. G Heathcock Davidson ... G Anderson higl M 1 Stcele—Christian (__ Storey and L. Hulsey. Boys' Game Hornersville Pos. Sloele Wilkins p. ... <7) L. Cecil Christian (2) . P. . (1) J. Franklin Hart (12) C. (31 C. Franklin Creech (5) .... G. .. (3) L Bishop Stone (41 G. (1) J. Christian Substitutions: Horncrsvillc—Mor- rick, Moore, Cl. Creech, Mayberry, Noah. Stcele—Lamb nnrt Etheridge. 1>ANTIIERS - CMth •'>•<= cagers Have already accomtsed aunuil basSubstitutions: Hornersville — M. Brannum (2), R. Jaco. Deacon. Hol- Mway. Huftinrs, Goff and Ctbiini. . - - °-—- *<• . . . „ .„.,, ..„„, 111E , M), Driskell (1), Conner, Ldnsford, Barch, Rutherford; (second row) Hill, Pope. White, Stanford and Gray. White is team i „ ,, e areay accomtsed aunuil ketball feat this yoar-a shutout. The Panthers railed to give up a sin g ,e score to Hurdette and took a victory in one of the first games played In the county this year. They are (first row, froi in the left) Williams Heismon Trophy To be Awarded To Irish's Harf NEW. YORK. Nov. 30— lift— I.con Hart. Notre Dame's giant end. is leaving liuie room for argument that he is the outstanding college football player of the 1049 season. The six-foot-four. 2115-pound wingman, ^-ho is fast enough to double as a fullback, was an overwhelming winner today of the Heisman Trophy. The trophy is awarded yearly to the performer selected as the best player in the country by a panel of sports writers and bioadcfl.sters. The Irish star was an overwhelming choice, being favored for the trophy in all five sections of the country. He scored a total or 0!)5 points compared with 212 for Hie runner- up. North Carolina's all-America halfback Charlie (Choo Choo) Justice. Doak Walker. Southern Methodist triple threat star who won the lionor last year, finished third will] 229 points followed by Arnold Galiffa. Army's magnificent quarterback, with 196, and Bob Williams, the Notre Uime signal caller, with 189. captain. School for Santo Clans Opened in Los Angeles LOS ANGELES— liV\— Old as he Is. Santa's going to school The Masquers, ah actors' organization, is opening a school for Kris Kringles. Purpose: To conch nctnrs and talented amateurs for Santa Holland Boys Win Twin Bill On Cage Court HOLLAND. Mo.. Nov. 30 — Holland High School's A and B boys enters took n duoble header from Bragg City learns here last night with the A boys winning 37-35 and the B boys victorious 24-15. In the A game Holland beat off a lute Bragg city nlly to save (lie victory. Holland took a 25-17 half time lead but Bragg City came roaring back in the last two quarters to move up. Reid paced the homelings in scoring with 12 points while D. Rndkin led the visitors with 11. in the B game, Holland took an early lead and kept It to win the first home game of the season. Smith set the pace for Steele with 14 points and B. Underwood led Bragg city with five. The lineuus: A Game Pos. Bragg City ..P. (II) D. Dudkin • • F (51 Tnman .. C. . (3l c Rudkin . G (5, Holt Holland Reid (12) Fcstrlng . Taylor (3> Avis fJO) hley uoi o .... , 2) c , lrt i s (substitutions: Holland — Nunnery, and Kinley 12). Bragg City — Hunt (1) and Nail (4). if il fin mo Holland . -,Childers 16) ' Smith (14) . Maxwell (3) Harris _____ Booker (1) Poos. Bragg City . F . . J. Underwood ,. F. . B. underwood c en swum . . G . O. (3) Webb (1) Finch -Substitutions: Holland _ neiri Workman. Holly. DcPriest, Wilfred' Channel, and Little. Bragg city — Stillms l2),-Garrelt, Hoguc (1) ami Clans roles. Tlie course Is tuition-free, students must promise to make one gratis appearance at n charitable function. Mead's Bowlers Take over First Place in League Mead's Clothiers took over first place In the Tuesday Night Bowling League last night by defeating the Saliba Cafe five three straight games. For Mead's. Dr. J. c. Guard and Johnny white tied for high score honors with 162 for the three games. Woody Hall led Saliba with a 1GG. Van Pattens AAA learn took three games from the Flyers to retain second place in the league standings. Luther Goings led the AAA five with IE) and c. Harker paced the Flyers with 174. Feinbergs won two out of three from the Knights of Colimibv< with Sidney platt high for the winners with 160. Rudy Vrskn pared the K. of C. with ,185. The Coca cola Bottlers won two out of htree from the Hot Shots. Rcagen paced the Bottlers with a 174 average ami R. Geary led the Hot Shots with 179. Girls Can't Be Herded Even on Date Deals WASHINGTON—M'..—Sessions of the National Interfraternity Conference lasted right up to the last minute before the grand ball, leaving no time for delegates to cull for blind dates the arrangements committee had arranged. So the arrangements committee made another arrangement. The Kids would he called for in groups by other fraternity mm. "Oh. no." said the girls. "We don't vnnt to tic herded." So the arrangements committee arranged another arrangement. The Birls were asked to get t'lemselvcs to fraternity houses, where they would dress and be met by their dates. That went nvcr better. "But taking the date homp is nil indl- Monette Wins CageTiltsWith Manila Lions MANILA, Nov. 30—Manila High School's Lions dropped a cage double-header to teams from Monette nerc last night with the girls losing 31-27 and the Monette bovs victorious by a 53-41 count. It was the third straight loss for the boys and first of the season for the girls. In the Birls game Whitney ted Manila with IB |x>inls followed by Storey with seven. Carroll paced Monette with 14. In (be boys game Rouse led Manila with 13 points and Fleeman scored 10. Nuckles led Monette with 18 and Able.s scored 14. The lineups: Girls' Oiunc Monette ' PUS. Manila Ballard (7) ... p. ... ,4, Dawson Henry (1) .... p , 7 , simcy Carroll (14) ... p. .. OS) Whitney Cullen (2l .... G Etheridg ! Dan- G Sliastcei Dimgan G HoiKtoi. Substitutions: .Monette — Dnilcy 'll. Ciillen, Hiu-bon, Darr and Lewis Manila —Plngg, Meaehiim, Waddell, Baker. Rhoads, Shasteen, stoklcy Phillips. All-Southwestern Team Announced Arkansas and Aggies Fail to Get Berths On Coaches' Squad WALLAS. Nov. 20. (/P»—Champion Rice and runner-up Baylor dominated the all-southwest conference football team selected by the coaches of the seven schools for the Associated Press. Rice, with (he acknowledged top line, placed three linemen on the team—end James Williams, tackle Ralph Murphy and center Joe Wation] Baylor came through with 'two linemen and a back. They were J. D. Ison, pass-catching wiugman; Don Mouscr, great all-around guard, and Adrian Burk, the precision man under center in Baylor's T formation. Southern Methodist and Texas Christian each placed two—back- fielders Doak Walker and Kyle Rote of the Methodists and tackle Harold Kilman and quarterback Undy Berry of the Christians. The other spot went to man- inountain Lewis (Bud) McFadin of Texas, who got votes for both guard and tackle. Texas A. and M. and Arkansas did not place. The team: fan. I'layrr School E—James Williams Rice E—J. D. Ison Baylor T—Harold Kilman. TCLJ T—Ralph Murphy Rice G—Lewis McPadin. Texas G—Don Monser .... Baylor C—Joe Watson Rice B—Doak Walker ... SMU B—Adrian Burk .... Baylor B—Kyle Rote SMU B—Lincly Berry TCU The second team: Ends—Ben Proctor, Texas, and Jack Wolcott. Rice. Tackles—Bobby Collier, SMU, and John l.unney, Arkansas. Guards—Cal Schwarz, Rice, and Jack Halliday. SMU. Center—Gerald WeiUlicrly, Rice. Backs—Bob Smith, Texas A. and M.; Randal! Clay, Te.\as; Bobby Lantrip. Rice; Leon Campbell, Arkansas. Honorable mention included: Ends—Prank Fischel. Arkansas. Guards—Theron Roberts. Arkansas. Backs— Genri Mazzanli, Arkansas. Monette Thomas (7) Henry (7i .. Nuckle.s (19) Abies (14) Hoys' G:in)e Pas. ... F. F. C. G. Manila .. < 4) Veach (61 Kinchen . (13) Rouse .. (2) Isaacs (10) Fleeman Substitutions: Monette — Priest and Arnold (4). Manila—Homer, Mutton, Poc (1), Garner and Milli- Field mice will do considerable iimnge to young trees in the winter particularly when the snow |. virtual' nr'nw "•'• ""•",".,1" "" """" I ' h ' ck - Tllcy cncw (llc l ™dcr bark Urinal problem, said the'of the trees when no other food is Kramer Again Defeats Gonxales in Match MONTREAL, Nov. 30. 'API—Ja Cramer is going all-out to prove s the world's best tennis nlavcr. lifornia.! Richard (Fancho) Gon* znle5, 6-1, 3-6, 9-7. Gonzales tins beaten Kramer in only four of their 24 mauhes .since turning pro. Rancho Scgura defeated Fninkie Parker 3-6-6-2,10-8. Sportswriter DIBS COLUMBUS. O., Nov. 30. M>) Robert E. Hooey, veteran sports editor of the Ohio State Journal, died today of head Injuries received in n traffic collision Monday night. He was 52. ' available. THIS LAB! WHAT RENT A CAR UrlTe Anyvhert Too Please Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 ELLS YOU GET Proudly printed on the label pi ev«ry bottls of BUDWEISER are th« ingredient* from which (his world-famous beer is brewed. Do you know of any other beer whose label telli you whai it is made of? Our label permits of no flexibility of materials or brewing methods. The superior quality of BUDWEISER must never vary. Only the choicest of domestic and imported hops, the finest quality barley and the best rice available are used. That's why the superior quality, the delicate flavor and exquisite aroma of BUDWEJSER are unmatched by any other beer. There's more BUDWEISER now-and there will be slill more as our vast expansion program progresses. Order a carton from your grocer or dealer-TODAY. There's nothing like it...absolutely nothing. LAGER BEER ANHEUSER-BUSCH, INC. ...ST. LOUIS Sports Roundup Hutb Fnllettan. Jr. NEW YORK, Nov. 30. <AP)— Richard "Smorgasboard" Smith, a man of broad experience In sports and eating, claims the Chicago Cubs have been improved more this year than they were by all their trades last winter. "I'm not worried about our pitching; the left side of our infield is strong and if Preston Ward hits even .250 our team will do," Smith said between bites and football gabble the other day. The statement about Ward brought some eyebrow lifting, but Smith insisted that's Just what he meant. "' Shakeup in Staff Also Anticipated "Big Timer'' from Pro Ranks Mentioned as Likely Successor FAYETTEVILLB, Ark., Nov. 30 (AP)— An announcement regarding the University of Arkansas coaching staff— possibly the resignation o ( John Bnrnhlll as head football coach— v;as expected today. Barnhill, who also Is athletic director, summoned sports writers to 10 a.m office. (OST) conference In The Little Rock Arkansas Gazette snld this morning that . ---------- ...... .w,i,, K i,, al aam We're that much better," he ex- '»» probably would resign as foot- O...I1 -._,.- ..... l.-ll ---- .- ... plained. . Switc ut.bll.1, Jit; fA- ••'•• |*.v*unu t j, 1IUUIU ICbiKIl aS lOOt- - hing rapidly to ual1 coach but remain as athletic the football Giants, his other love, director and that a "big tinier" from Smorgy blamed lack of depth for professional football ranks would their looses. "We only have about become head mentor. 20 men we can depend on and we! The Gazette said ;bai Barnhfii ir t rK.SLS elrth '» .^'™ »!" *>»" Phy«U .nST"' backfield." he explained. . one suggested the Cubs „„ -same difficulty and that maybe they'd like to have Hank Borowy back. . . . ''Borowy". snorted Smith. "He only beats second division clubs—he beat us five times last .Some- step down Irom had the sons of health "n Coud Arithme-Trick Steve Owen tells about running into one of his former Giant stars, Ward Cuff, on a recent visit to Green Bay, wis. . . . Cliff is coach- iHX a nearby high school team and naturally they began discussing trade secrets, including defense setups. ... "I use a fi-3-2 setup or sometimes a 5-4-2." Cuff explained. . . . "And when the going gets really tough, I switch to a 5-5-2. . . . The best part is we never got caught, at it all year." Sports Before Your Eyes Bobby Riggs and Jack 'Kramer are getting a bit worried about their pro tennis tour, which Ls just about breaking even financially. . , . And sometime next spring they'll probably try to improve the gate atrac- lions by adding Pauline Betz and either Sarah Palfrey or Mao' Mnrd- wick to the troupe. ... In Cham- for oj 'a , to jazz up the Arkansas offeree." There also was speculation that the Razorback boss would: 1) Resign from the university altogether: 2) Shake up his staff of assistants; 3) Declare that the 1949 Razorbacks did as well as could be expected under the circmnstances and »o changes would be May Become Director It was not believed, however, that Barnbill would completely sever his connections with the university. AS athletic director he has built up the mast complete athletic program and liooster following the university has ever had. Barnhill's 1948 and 1949 football teams won five and lost five games each. His fi«t Razorback eleven in 1946. won the southwest conference co-championship and went on to tie Louisiana Stale in the Cotton Bowl '*§' His 1947 team defeated William and ' Mary in the Dixie Bowl Neither Barnhill nor his followers expected the Rnzorbncks to set the world afire this fall although the P»lg». H.., they'll tell you that Jo ,,n- | Talent was CO «id« d%"oT M^y . Karras, the guy wno busted the top performers were sophomores pit Nine-and-a-Hair ground gain- »„,, the team was swUchu gZm ™f.° '..I" 11 " nd ll h ." rd to Im - !' he sl »S'e wins U, the T formation. key quarterback position, apparently with an eye to the future. After the season's final game. In which Arkansas walloped Tulsa 40-7. the bead coach commented nany big league baseball teams are after him with tempting offers. Qlluic, Unquote Greasy Nealc: "A reporter asked L,,, could make the Notre Dame ,, t „„.. make you have to know in our league." The Greeks made window panes of thin slices of translucent marble about 450 B.C. .--„ .. .. .,, „ „.,„„. ,„_,_ ulu llcan coacn commented ,™,i le l '! ay .u ","?" °l l * e tiiat A lvas the ««t time the Po,fc- „. ei . s ljii(J ,, run ^^ ^ fornla[ion as . t should be executed." He had deciar- ed at the outset of the campaign that the change lu offensive styles would not bear fruit immediately. 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