The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1947 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 24, 1947
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I'ACS EIGHT BLYTIIEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW! USC Clinches Rose Bowl Bid With 6-0 Victory Over UCLA Chicks Prepare for Forrest City ; Pops to Wiiul Up 1947 ' Play on Haley Field Wednesday Night Blyfhevllle't two football teams the Chicks and the Paps will open [heir final week of practice of the IW7 season Ihis afternoon when they begin preparing for Iheir an- mal Thanksgiving clashes Wednesday, nitrht. Boll: learns will see action on Wednesday night lliis week with the Papoo;?" '""ngling with Ihe Helle • rue Juniors of Aremphis at Haley Field and Ihe Chicks Journeying to Porrest City to meet tliejr annual rurkey Day rivals, the Mustangs; matching two undefeated and un- t>( Forrest City High School. i ticd tennis. The racial barriers rvxpiie the -age-old custom that i a . ell )" sl >»v"»iK ^rtn Slate, with ---•-• its two Negro players, srcnion lo ue crumbling. SMU squeezed mil n. scary 10 lo 0 win ovcr Baylor, and needs beat only TCU this week for a perfect HI/ STAN OPTOWSKY (United Vrtss SporU Writer) NEW YORK, Nov. 24 (UP) — Soul hern Cnllfoniln ami Mlchlgnn were *el for the Rose Bowl today, and It looked like SMU vs Pcnn State in the Cotton and Alabama vs Texas In the Sugar. The Orange Bowl remained anybody's guess. Southern California clinched the Western end of the RoiC Bowl wlln ! Its thrill-lipped 6 to 0 victory over UCLA Saturday. Michigan already had sowed up the Eastern end with 115 win over Wisconsin, and thtvi beat Ohio Slate, 21 to 0, just for (he record Saturday. The Cotton Dowl scorned pointing for the only post-scnson classic Thursday East—Hrown-Rutgers. Worthing' Ion-Kings Point, J'rnn-Cornell. South—South Carolina-Wake Kor- csl, VMI-Vli'Rlnla Tech. West— Utah-Utah Stale. Salurday. East-Poidharn-NVU. Boston College-Holy Cross, Maryland-North Carolina Slate, Pitt-West Virginia South—.KJoiIda-Kansas slate. North Carol in a-Virgin I a, Tennessee-Van- dcrbllt. Ronlliwcst-Rlcc-nnylor. West —Nebraska-Oregon Slate. Oklahoma A & M, Arizona-Kansas, Midi. Igan Stato-Hawal!. pits m<chlcfc against .he M'uBtangs on Thanksgiving Day. the fame this year was moved up until Wednesday night in order ilia' members of the teams may enjoy the holiday with their relatives, record. The Mustangs already have Four Teams Left- In Competition For State Title (B.V llnilcil I'rrssl Arkansas high school football sct- llcd into a holiday mood today its players and coaches concentrated on rivalries and put off ichool officials hero explained. The ' clinched at least a tie for the South- pame last year voif played on wcst ConferencD chsmnlonshlp and Ihanksgiving night. , Texas, which meets the Texas Aggies offs will conic II Tough Games'Expected ! Thursday, has indicated it would ; mu ; e _ v ., it |, Liu!c not contest ihe Cotton Howl bid In'Little Rock. El nruailo the event of a title deadlock. I hending the Donbte A Cotton Uowl and SMU officials.! Llule „„..,(_ 14 College Teams Unbeaten,Untied Ten Have Completed Rough, Rocky Season Marked by Upsets BV CARI, MINDQUIST (United Press Sjiorls Writer) NEW YORK, Nov. 24. (UP)—Pool- ball fans from coast lo coasl lipped I heir lopix-rs today lo the 14 col- leKiito teanu still undefeated and untied, and especially to Ihe 10 which have completed their season. It was a rough and rocKy road strewn wiili upscls thai Ihe collegians were asked to iread this year, and the 10 wlro have completed their journey are the envy of Nolle Dam?, Southern Mrlhodlst, Peijpcrdinc, and St. Francis of Loretta, l>a., who still have games lo Play. Notre Dame routed Tulane. sa to G. arid Southern Methodist downed Baylor, 10 lo 0, last Saturday to re,. - ,. '"""> members in good standing of plans lor contlnualion o! plny-olf ! ""' "'"<? 'our" amonx perfect -record MONDAY, NOVEMBER Z<5, 1947 Both the Chicks and Ihe Paps are expecting (ough battles this week and mentors of the two squads will probably start Ihe week off with a rough session this afternoon instead of Ihe usual light first of the week drills. With only two practice sessions remaining betore the day of the game, the t'.vo squads will have to run at full steam In order to be ready. Coach Nig Bynum of the Chicks, indicated concern over his Rf.tne by calling a special practice for his squad Saturday morning following their return from Little Rock where they engaged the Tigers in a first- round game of the state play-off. However, the main rep.son for calling Saturday's session was to doctor . a few bruises ana sprain* received in the Little Rock contest. Including coach Malty Dell who sent champs, advanced to the sernl-linrils a scout to the I'enn Stale-Pitt name i ast Thui'Mlav ,,io hl bv ,, :lnO wly de- whlch Pcnn Stale won, 23-0, said fl , liUll!f ,),<••• Mllbb ;,rn Jjiyilicvill* that there was no objection to the Negroes playing in the Ualln.s. Tex..! n"i' c t pamc. However, they pointed out' W []j ihat the colored boy.s inlf;hi have to stay in hotels apart from the re- I inf. i ml or of the .squad. 1 Coach Bob Higgins of Penn Stale! .said last night that would be ul] j right, find so it looked n.s though j Penti State wa.s "in," Otherwise, Kansas, co-champ with Oklahoma in the Big Six and unbeaten though tied once, sem^e:! a good bet, as did Georgia Tech. Alabama accepted a Sugar Howl invitation Siiturdny after whallnR LSU, 41-12, and It scorned certain ftnmcs. I UMms. Tiie sritri-fliiiil round of llu- play- \ JJuL K "^'f Dame 1 * still have '' : " " ck of D«c. 5 i to lli:c ^at-'ifie Coast champion Son- Rock, Nofili ! tlimi CnJifornin and S. M. U. lias a date :i;;ai[].M. lonjsh Texas Chris- tum before calling n a .season. The other' "bit; four" teams, Michigan :nici Pcnn Slate, me hojne safe with nine victories each for the year. Michigan lini.shed Us lirst im- blenii.shcn :wason in 15 years by be:nin;; Ohio State. *i\ to 0, and now haw nothing to do except prepArc and Subiaco play. state yll: Chicks, Double-A winners ui Dis- 3. by a !G to C conn! and net", El Dorado, xvinner.s over Pino Blulf in a first-round name, n^xt week, Tiie top huliday xanie—and a Semi-Pro Cage Team <hat Texas would be the opponent : if the once-beaten Longhorns down the Aggies Thursday. W e IA -i c j, * nc Orange Bowl at Miami, Pin., ins from Mantla Squad e ycd cither Mississippi, with its famed Charley Coneriy. of Georgia Tech. beaten only by Alabama, as ^Tl:* Arkansas Blood)«unds, a semi-pro basketball team from JouesbOro. were forced to go all out Ihe Little Rock Tigers and the North Ullie Rock wildcats lueetjng at Little Rock. The uvo teams have identical rerorti.s, nine victories und a common lie with El Dorado, nnd Thursday's game will fictile the District Five championship. Meanwhi'e Arkansas Athletic Association officials will meet, to de- for tin- Rose Bowl clash with Southern Cril. Pcnn Stale's first per[on sea.wn .since lan was climaxed I with a w to 0 rout of oncc-mightv : I'itl.sbtnsh. 1 Missiouri Valley, which owns Ihe longest unbroken string of victories, wound up ils season with a 12 to 6 1 win nvcr Rorkhurst its 29th strnislH: victory since 1941. fScnison rcai-hcd l he end of the trail unscathed with its ninth victory of the year by topping Wittenberg, 12 lo 0. Cameron, Okla., Aggies fili- thn host learn. Mississippi, which is contracted \vlth the Memphis, Tenn.. in the final quarter to defeat the I Delia Bowl, may try to gel out of stubborn Manila Legionnaires Ofi lo that fur an Orange Bowl Invite. 54 in an exhibition game at thr i oven though the Memphis people Armory here yesterday. I sny they won't release the Rebels. -Playing AAU no-foul-oul rules I Mississippi meets Mississippi Slate Ihe two Independent teams battled ] and Georgia Tech plan's Georgia neck and neck for three full qtrar- j Saturday in a couple of those tra- ters in one of the roughest games ever witnessed here. A total of (50 fouls was called duriiiB the contest. .Jake Holrnan, All-State forward of the Jonesboro Golilen Hurricane lasl year and now a member of the Bloodhounds and Mack Mc- Whcrtcr 6-foot 3-inch guard for the ditlonal anylhlng-can-h a p p c n s. Stale licked Mississippi Southern, 14-1, Tech crushed Purman, 51-0. Georgia downed Chattanooga, 21-U, and Mississippi was off Salurday. For an opponent, Ihe Orange Bo".'l might take cither William and Mary, the Southern Conference cide on a Altc lor the .semi-final ' isiiccl with 10 victories to bent the play-off I>?UHC between Little Rock and El Dorado nrxt week. Coaches of the two lcain!!> were unable to get together. The .second Double A play-off will find North Little Rock tangling with Subiaco, surprise winner over Fnyctteville Saturday night by a 12 to 12 si-ore. In the A division Forrest. City \\ill meet Boonevillc and Paragonld will lanklc with Magnolia. Magnolia defeated Crossed Saturday 12 lo G, And in the B division it will be Parkin against Adkins and McCrory against Dcrinott in second round play. Finals are scheduled for the following \vnek. Legionnaires, walked off with high ' champ, or twlce-bealcn North Caro- score honors with 21 points each. | linn, which licked Duke, 21-0. SiU- Paul Deaton, forward for the I^fl- gionnaircs, was second with R total of 15 points. • The two learns will clash again !n a. special Thanksgiving Day game in Manila Thursday night, it urelay. W A: M must meet Rid this week after downing Howling : Green, 20-0, but the title was al- j ready in the bag. j Too. the Orange Bowl might get! Kansas if Pcnn State goes to the [ Game Forfeited After Player Shot; Negro Youth Held! j Texas Tech Fresh. 33 to 6. The five other teams whose seasons are complete wound up their alfairs a week ago— Chester, Pa., Teachers. New Hampshire. Wesleyan. Montclair. N. J., Teachers, and Loras of fowa. Peppcrrtine kept moving by trouncing California Tech. 45 lo 0. for its eighth win and St. Francis of Lorelia. Pa., beat Alliance. 18 to 6, for- iu fourth. Alliance's lone touchdown was the lirst score against St. ' Francis this year—and now no team in the nation is still imscored upon. Two teams who were unbeaten and untied at this time last week were wiped from the list. Upper Iowa, winner ol 12 straight games in two years, finally came a cropper bc- tore the Evansv'ille Teachers from lover Indiana. 6 to 0. Southern Oregon College of Education sufferer ils first defeat after 15 wins ill a row. losing 21 lo 6 to the Cali- lornia Aggies. Two Old-Timers On Meroney's Mat Program Johnnie Marr and Phils Hall, * 1 coii|)lc at wrestlers who were well known to Blythcvllle fans several I years ngo. will return to the ring hsre tonight after n lone absence to participate In (lie lag malcli feature of (lie American L«eIon's weekly grappling program, Both Marr and Hall should b* remembered by Blythcllle Jans. Marr as scientific specialists and Hall as a master of lire calch-as-calclr-can method. The (wo grapptcrs last appeared here approximately six years "go. However (he two returnees will face each ollrer from opposite sides of the ring. Marr will be paired with Johnnie "Tisjer" lang. and Hall will team up with Frank Marconi In the lag feature. In Ihe Iwo one-fall preliminary matches which will precede the main event Marr will tangle with Hull and Long will take on Marconi. Loop Title, Bowl Bids Are Aims of Final SEC Games ATLANTA. On., Nov. 24 (UP1- Tlre things for which this 194' Southeastern Conference toolbar season wa.s fought—Bowl bids nnd Ihe SEC crown—will be finally settled (his week. The Issue was already partially settled for Alabama, the team thai 'iiu'rht tire rest how to go from obscurity to (he Sugar Bowl In nine games. Alabama, which accepted the Sugar Bowl bid Saturday after larn basting LSU 41 to n. has riot given up hopes of also vlnnlrj the conference crown despite a mediocre beginning tha produced two losses It all depended on the outcome of traditional game- between keen rivals in Mississippi and Georgia Anything could happen—as history will bear out—in Ihe annual clashes between Georgia Tech and Georgia and between Mississippi state ami the University of Mississippi. Should Georgia topple Tech and ! State beat Mississippi, Alabama would have the jackpot, again. The Tide has a "coaster" Saturday with Miami, which got beat Friday 7 lo 6 by Florida. The once-beaten Rebels of Mississippi will be gunning for Iheir first conference crown in closing out thc'.r season this week-end. If they beat State they'll have it In the bag. with six wins lo one loss. Youth Killed . In Sandlot Grid Game KNOXV1LLE, Tcnn.. Nov 24 - (UP)—Kiglrtcen-ji:ai-old William Lewis Bray died of a broken ncc'i la-sl night a few hours misled Ihe man he was Utckte during a sandlol football gnmc. The tragedy was Ihe second sandlot fatality of the season here. Young Bray stood up and told his teammates, "I'm hurl. Better gev . some help" after he look the fala! plunge, Then he lapsed into a coma from which he failed lo rally. The Gun Club Awards frizes LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Nov. 24 — (UP)— First, place winners in the Twin City Gun Club's closing ses- „(,„ i, >' sinn ll - lfc J'<«lc«lay received eight , ', , turkeys lor prize marksmanship. }„..£..,, , JiK ' k FostL>1 ' *°» the Class A skeel shoot with a score of 40, Gus Lorenz won the Class B, E E. Beaumont Class C and L. A, Thorn- i ton Class U. in the trap division Bob Andrews won Class A, Carl Wright Class B. Mancil Oupi'c.vs at Jacksonville Class C and GILS Gavson Class 13. other players said he landed on his head in a ditch while trying at a stormy session last New Theater Manila's finest Shows i:Vi:i!Y NIGHT Ron O-ieiis IVcell Days 7:00 p.n» M.I lime Saturday A Sunday Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Corrl. Showing make a tackle. Bray was a student, a I stair Tech and was playing with his North Knoxville community learn against Lincoln Park. Earlier in the season another leen-iigcr, Hush Mc-lvrn l-'lynn died of injuries ri-ceivcd ivlieii he fell alter trying to throw a pass. El Dorado Officials Ask City Clerk's Resignation El. I3ORADO, Ark., Nov. 1-\. i.UP> — Holmes Carlson took office as city treasurer here today, follcnv- Inij his election by the city council . _ -- --—•j .,-.~.. v ,i ,.,oi' Thursdav i 10 \ niBlit. He succeeds his father. Ed ' Oarison, »ho resigned because of iHni-vis The council session was marked councilman approved a move asking tne city attorney and mayor to take steps toward removing City Clerk John Y. Goode from office. A week ago the council a-sked Goode lo resign for "his wilful and knowing failure to execute the laws pertaining to iris office." At that lime Goode refused. Tonight "Mother Wore Tights" A TwniUclti-Crnlur.v K».v 1'lctur* mill Mftlv (Jralile Also Stiorl-s Tuesday "DARK DELUSION" Also .Shorts with James ('rail,- and l.urille lireiner Selected Shorls •*; jllOWSTOHE ^BOTTIED IN BOND It's KENTUCKY ll's STRAIGHT It.'s BOURBON It's GREAT! ton I'mnj Snttr MdKh \\-l-iskcy AT YOUR PACKAGE STORE Also Black l.nliol—SO I'ronf BLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Weekdays Box OfCiri! Opens 1:15 p.m. Show Siarls 7:00 p.m. Saturday anil Sunday Kox Office OIK-US I2:-15 p.m. Show Slarts 1:00 p.m. 'Where llappini-ss Costs So I.lllle' Toni^lll "Leove Her to Heaven" (In Terhnicolor) with Ortu: Tici-ney arnl Jeanne Crain Universal News; Also I'artoon Barrett Hamilton, Inc. Distributor. Lilile Rack. Tuesuuy 'The Daltons Ride Again' nitl, Noah Ili-'cr-y .fi-., I.on Chancy and Kent Taylor Also Shorts -ch^'^tSa^e^^iSe-mo/es Book Total be Ihe rubber game of the .erics. : Cotton Bowl. " (.school football player, was arrested! Of 27 Basketball Games The Legionnaire.'; deleated the ! Getting away from Ihe Bowl sub- \ , y , c , onr ' cct!on wlUl lllc sh °"'- I Jonesboro team 34 to 30 in a game I jccl, Notre Dame crushed Tulune, i. K «L n . tcnmm!llc rttll ' i "B a same: played here last week. j 59 lo 0. Saturday nnd now rests up ,.In a preliminary game the Ely- i tor Ihe meeting with Southern Ca'l iheulle Bumf. ?, Negro ieam. dc-I at Los Angeles Dec. S. And Yale feated the Caruthersville Rebels j downed Harvard, 31 to 21, in that II to 4. I line old exhibition ol character Bloodhounds 66 Pos. Manila SI : building Salmtlay. Tiller (141 Holman (21) Miller (8) Black (4) G. (31) llcWhcrter 'avorile over Navy, which has spec-I " sllot rang out and Lewis Alrt- Bolton (11) ...G (1) Porrest ; ialized this season in playing un- lldgc - slnr WushliiRlon halfback. Substitutions: ' Bloodhounds — defeated teams and leaving them I <llo Pi'«l to the ground. He was hit Ramsey (2), Manila—Thrclkeld. thai way. in the leg. . I And the other major contests: here Friday night. The shooting produced one a: the strangest endings in the memory of the oldest gridiron fans- a forfeited game by reason of gunfire. The game between Buoker T. OSCEOLA, Nov. 24. — Coach Rube Boycc. of the Osccola High School Scmmolcs. announced to- riny the completion of the Seminoles 1 1947-48 basketball schedule. Twenty-one games have been booked for the season. Coach ,...F. ... (151 Deaton j Tills week Army meets Navy ln I Washington High of Memphis and Boyce said, 10 to be played on the 1) ...F (5) Taylor 1 the extravaganza rating the blackest I cnrl "' Bl1 of Nnshville—both Negro: home cnurt and n away from C (12) Jolilf i type. Army, twice defeated, looms '• Illc|> schools—was in full swing when ! home The schedule also calls for Big Nine Voting on Bowl Representative Today CHICAGO. Nov. 24. (UP)- Kenneth L. "Tug" Wilson, Western Conference commissioner, was expected to announce today that ihu University of Michigan will represent che league in the Rose Bowl game next January 1. The official voting by faculty representatives was considered a mere formality by most football fans in view of the Wolverine's undefeated record durin<; the regular season. A United Press survey of the representatives yesterday indicated that Michigan was the unanimous choice for first place, although none would violate Ihe Bic Nine rule against disc!asin R the specific team which they rated first. Champion Turkey Caller Selected at Danville IS SH€ AILING? Bring her in for a check-up now. We'll ^ fix her up with genuine IH parts that will j make her like new. Seriously, don't neglect to get your tractor in shape for work next season. Let us put your name on our advance service schedule now, to save you time and delays. Thank you. McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE ON DISPLAY: ' ~ The New rnlernaliunal Harvester •( Cii n .Home Freezer. Saves Foot], Saves 'rime' Saves Money. . . . Only S251.S5 Hus T-v\' See II Now! -. . . ffnc 3/2 SOUTH 22° SK PHONE863 Alciridgc was .sitting between Ccnch James Buonc and n profcs- :or—getting iiiRlrilr.lioiis before en- i .cring the game—when he. was hit. .n the leg by the shot. ; When the Washington Icain real- ' zed what had happened, the players scattered from the field like ducks. Most of Ihe several thousand fans didn't hear Ihe rillc shol and Ihoughl Aldddgc had passed out. But Ihe news spread through he stands like fire and panic broke out. Shouting and screaming, they piled from the seats. Officials awarded the z?.mc to Pearl High by forfeit because the Memphis eleven ran from the field. Tile Memphis coach .swore otlt a warranl lor WhHMold's arrest. He said the player had been flrnpned from the team last week and replaced by AldrldRC. State College Grid Team Defeats Kentuckians i JONESBORO. Nov. 24.—'Hie Arkansas state Colirtc Indian.'! ended their l!H7 football season nt Kays im invitalional tournament to IK played in Osccola Dec. 17-19, he tiaitl. The Scniinoles will open season in Blythcvllle Dec. 9 and will play Iheir ftrst home game Dec. 12 against, Ihe Dyes* Yellow- jockcls. The .schedule follows: Home games" - Dec. W Dec- 13 Wilson. .Jan. 9 Manila. .Ian. 13 Gosncll. Jan. 23 Dell, Jan 27 Lllxora, Jan. 30 Shawncc, Feb. 13 Kciscr. Feb. 24 Leachvllle, Feb. 27 Blythcvillc Games away - Dec. 9 Blythcvillc. Dec. 16 Shmvnee. Jan 6 Keiser. Jan. 16 Shawncc. Jan 20 Cosnrll. Jan 24 Wilson. Feb. '3 Leachville. ' Fcb 6 Manila. Feb. 10 Uyess. Feb. n Dell. Feb. 20 Lnxora. YELLVILLE. Ark.. Nov. 24. (UP) — Burl Ristey of Ycllville !s the world's champion turkey caller to- Incir day, having won Ihe nod Salurday night, ovcr defending Champion Montic B. Barliam of Tulsa, Okla. Barhain finished second with Joe Robinson of Sprtngdale winding tip third in the 2nd annual contest. Field heir Saturday niqht bv defeat ine the Onl«rc Collese Colonels of Danville. Ky.. by a 45 to D score. The Indians started scoring almost immediately after the opening kiekolf and continued their ^plee until halftime when Coach Forrest England pulled hLs first Mri'iS and substituted the. second team for most of the second half. P. wa-s the final name for three seniors. John B. Dickey of Para- ROlincl. renter. Don Liitetich of Rox- annii. III., miarlcrbuck and Evercttc Boltor. of Jonesboro. end. Dial 2231 Kor Free Delivery on All Staple and Fancy Groceries Quality Meats GROCERY Fresh Fryers (Live or Dressed) Freeman & Henley 2016 West Main SI. Want a Super Special Touch For Thanksgiving Dinner? I Here's an added treat for guests, family, and yourself. Serve I dry, nut-like Sherry before llic dinner. Or a rich and mellow Port , with dessert. Wines like Ihecn are traditional and truly festive , for Thanksgiving. They cost so little . . . add so much. See Foster's Liquor Stores' new wine values, for example: Italian Swiss Colony Sherry I Sl.OO (serves 8) Roma Sherry si.05 (serves 81 Mcrito Port 51.25 (serves 8) 1 Gold Medal Port si.CO (serves 81 Want other ideas, on wines to use in cooking your Thanksgiving fcasl? Foster's Liquor Stoics have them, too 'free recipes)—• and (he wines to choose! Jot il down on your Thanksgiving re- 1 minder list, and come in early for top selections. i Foster's Liquor Stores Welch & Bill Fosfer 120 West Main St. 108 N. Broadway O|ltns nl li:30 p.m.; Starls 7:00 |i.m. • Tunighl "Never Say Goodbye" willl Krrnl Flyini anil Kli-arinr 1'arkcr ramnumnl News; Alsti Hhurls' ^ Tuesday "VALLEY OF FFAR" wllli Johnny Mack Ilro\sn Serin I: "The Seuhound" Also Tluee Stooges Comeiiy RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Tonight A DRAMATIC CHALLENGE YOUR HEART! *? ' HENRY FONDA BARBARA BEL GEDDES VINCENT PRiCE ANN DVORAK ANATOLE LITVAK PRODUCTION fillEASEb It ?KO RADIO PlCIUZtS. IMC. Produced bi ROBm and RAYMOND HAKIM and AHMOlf UIVAK Duect;d by AS.MOIE UU'AK Soten Pli, tj IQKtl rttXUY BjlMon 1 Story tjf JACOUES VIOT Warner News ami Comedy Tuesday and Wednesday GINGER R?»1TTON And an All-Hollywood In COIUMII* IKEW1NO CO. ST. LOUIS BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved ScaN on ^Ule at the I.cgion Arena from G p. rn. Every Monday •VDULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15c Monday, Nov. 24th «' r » J <»ci"dcd) ^ BOX SEATS Toe EXTRA TAG MATCH Tiger Long and Johnny Marr versus Finis Hall and Frank Marconi ALSO TWO T-FALL, 30-MINUTE MATCHES Tiger Long vs. Frank Marconi . Johnnie Marr vs. . Finis Hall . Souls In I'JHVII i. s strictly motion iriclure cnlcrtain- menf.'No honks to buy an-' no lectures. —Shows— Tuesday and Wednesday Nov. 25th and 26 Adults Only Admission 50c

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