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PAGE TEN BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1954 More Tough Sledding Ahead for Chicks, Paps Osceola 'Bees' Play Tomorrow Seminole Reserves Meet Forrest City On Home Field And lioth teams will meet lornu- i,l)le loi-s. Tin- Chirks are slnlni l" V." OECEOLA — Tlic Osceola Semi- nfialn.sl Messul; ol Memphis In llien noles 1 "B" Squad, mlinborillg | [ m al home showillK ol the season twenty-five players, will play lheir] nl Hairy Field Friday nifihl. vi'lill'' first "B" B»i"C of the season to-1 ,| 1L . paps B o lu Jackson. Tenn., for morrow niRht on their home field a rcll i rn ciiiiHVCinenl with Jackson's when they piny host to the Forrest j, lnl(1 ,. h . City "B" team. | The Paps mil be seeking tlien This will be ihc first of a Ifc'o-! second inn ol (he season over the game home and home contract lie- j Tcnnesseeans. 'I'iiey beat the cii'Js twcen Ihese two schnlos this year.; \ n ihcir liisl. same ot the .season nt Tlie Seminoles will return the Haley Field Tribe Plays Messick Panthers Friday Night Blylhovillc's Chicks and Papooses turn into the final two weeks of the 1954 season (his week wilh Ihe I'itps on Ihc road and the Chicks playing al home. lllw; Moiili'y Hll'l ucckt; The Chicks. Iresh Iroin a 7-li game on November When the kickoff Kets unrterway j ,.,„„,. . [,.„,„ . behind victory over tonight Coach Bill Beull will have) ciiirksdiile. Miss., last Friday inghl. among his twenty-five future Semi- .... noles fourteen sophomores and eleven freshmen. The kickoff will be at 7:30. much is known about Not too the. Forrecst City eleven, however, indications arc they will bring forth their pony bnckfield from the freshman crop which was a high scoring aggregation and this coupled with boys in the top three grades should give the visitors somewhat ot a high scoriiiR outfit. The Seminoles can undoubtably match their bnckfield speed and ability for they, too, have some outstanding boys who can lake their turn nt moving the pigskin. Listed on the Seminoles squad tonight me: J. W. Reese, Jimmie Mallock, Mark Chitwood, J. L. Smith, Eddie Parhnm, Jimmie Euell, Billy Bobbins, Jerry Stillwell, Illey Ellis, Bob Porter. Bud Henderson, Robert Sanders, Olto Fleming. Jerry Driver. Sammle Nlckol, Bill Ellas, byinnn Shoemake, Bny Mann, Tom Pat Hart- 1 ley, Jerry Hill, Joe Thomas. Uoyd Moore, Ben Wells, Jerry Spencer and S. E. Stovall. Probable starters on the front line from left to right will be: Reese. Mullock, Smith, Bobbins, make or Mann handle the Split T attack from the quarterback post and Moore and Hartley will be at the halfback slots. Spencer will probably get the nod fullbaclt. Tiger Scrubs Play Tonight Caruthersviile's B Team Meets KenneH will be nut to cop Ux-ir seventh win ol the season in ci^ht, .starts. And once again they can t-xpecL a rough evening. Messick Touch Willie Mcsstck has not set the Memphis Prep League on fire, th« Panthers arc a perennial |jowcr- lioufif in Memphis and have always given the Chicks nil they want. And, too, the Chicks will remember two Friday nights ago when East Hi»h, tied for the bottom In the Memphis Prep League, pushed the Blythevillr; team all over Haley Field before yielding; 1-G. RUNAWAY ARTISTS—Mississippi's Allen Muirhcad. led, and Navy line-cracker Joe Galtuso are a pjir.it collet", c hicks who c,,n Vim ; ,w a y and hide from the opposition. Mu.rhcad went 6£»S»'H V? derbilt and GnHuso showed his stuff aiiainsl Stanford when he smashed the line for three, straight first downs, then stepped out for a 37-yard TD dash. (NhA) Hnlh Cuac-bcs Jlniinv Piiih'T M teams ready tor tudiiy. Thf Pops went riant to work on the heavy sluft while ihc. Clucks heard hcoiitmn reports on Me.sMck and took things lairly easy. Tile Chicks' showed SIKHS oi snapping out the slump Hint has unpped UICIM since the Mobile name Ihrce wwl:» ago. ill the last llali ol'[ the Cliirksiliile name last week. | Chicks CaiiKlit I-ire Alter a mediocre first hall which .•aw Clarksdale score its only touchdown and leave; the Held with a C-0 lend, the Chicks rallKht lire and clime luarinp, back lu pull the game out of the fire with some old fashioned single wing football that ^^^ l ^(^^^^ While BlyLheville's Chicks are busy with iMessick of Memphis, Mississippi County's And eolith Mosicy hopes Umi ins (j| ass B teams will busy Ihomsu'ivcs with a little family fcucling this week. Tribe will keep Lliat, hnstlu Jar the j . . , ' lenmiiKk'r of Ihc season for tin-1 Only five panics ,111*0 on tnc* • next two Bailies »re Iilg ones for UK:'| county slute this week and two ol Chicks. ' ' : """ : Kollmvinp Ihi day ninht, Ihi Sold Out' Cotton Bowl Awaits Foes SWC Entry Could Be Decided This Week; Porkers in Lead DALLAS (AP) — All the tickets have been sold and the Cotton Bowl is just waiting for the ball to bounce so it can have at least one of the teams for the New Year's Day football game. WiSson-Osceola Clash Friday Tops AAissco's 'B' Activity j them will pit Mississippi County Messick Binne I'rl- ! tennis •.imitnsl llieir lieiKhhors. Chicks will close ! . Activity . in the county will be! . . the .-.eason aKalnst Newporl'.s Grey- confined to one nifiht - Friday hounds nt NcwporL Nov. 12. Monday's Football Wash- Football Firings' Paid Off; Teams Break Jinx By win. GIUMSU-:Y NEW YORK (AP) — Monday's football wash: "Sp;|i'e the rod and spoil Ihc child" is an ancicnl. pro ccpl which also must work with thick-necked football players. football pluyer.s . . . Tom Hamilton f,,..... kicked three PUt pluyci-ft oil the little scjiutd for cutting practice inul Pitt ro.se to bent favored West Virginia U-10 . . Texas, which hiul nine tnLMiibers or the team booted out ol the athletic ctonnilory as a disciplinary measure, played one nt Us be.sl Kiime.s In tleiiiK SMU 13-13 . . . Georgia Tech, whose Coach Bobby Dodd Mi.spt'iuled five players lor violntinji ln\mmg rules, led •Duke 20-0 In the third period be- lore Duke milled In win in the final 30 .seconds 31-20. SiiprrstlunuR? U wn.s in the. I3lh By SONNV SANDKKS CARUTHERSVILLE — The Cu- ruthcrsvillc Tigers B football tenm Snow or Tn.d Slrceli 1 , rlnht will piny host to the Kcnnotl Indl-j Lcun McCoy, rlnht tackle: Clayton ans B UMUVI tonight. • or Southern, rinhl nirt; Mnrtin. Kickoff time will be 7:OU p.m. jquurterbnck: ftdgcrlon. left half; The Tigers hnvc hnd two previ-1 Clem-Re Cook, rlpht h»U; and Wiit- ous contests this season, both of! kins «• ttynuin, fullback, thorn with Kcnnctt. Ciinithorsvillel Here is Kennelfs probiible line- won both limes niui tonight's gumc j up: MI: son. left end: H. Cook, left will give the Indians n chnnce for j tackle: Presson. lelt guard: Cook, revenue. 1 mitrv; CMUemlott. vinul wuurd: Here is Cnruthcrsvl.lle's probable] Ford, rljtht laekle; Kirkmnu. i;ltiht lineup: Jack Strcctc. left end; , end; Rickii-. quartt-rback; Wul- Trainor, left tucftlc; Alfred Hicks I hire, left half: Ross, liKhl half; left guard; On vis, center: Charles and Bailey, fullback. that the worm turned (or Xavtrr of CincinnuU whieh hud KOIK> 12 panics wlihmil, a victory before downing unbeaten Boston ('olleue UJ-M in perhup-s the year'?; hii^esl upset. . .but Kansas last K.H Kllh In a row, bmvtnu lo Kaiia.s Stale H8-|> . . Davidson cracked a 13-year-old Ildmecniii- liiM' Day jinx in bealnm West Virginia Tech M-(i . . and Purdue's Lenny Dn \vson touchdown pn.ss only one junior htah (jnino is scheduled and that one will see Blytlie- villc's Papooses airain.st Jack.son. Toiin.. nt Jnckson Thursday iilnht. I In Class B nclion, Wilsun anil 1 Osceolii are due to clash at Osce- ole in the county's "Game of the Week." HurilcUc at Shaivllcc For Ihe first time in several yeurs this (jiiinc will have little or no bearhiK on the district Class » race. But that shouldn't take too much away from the brawl. The 1 t.\vo learns avc hoi rivals and almost anything could happen. hi another top county clash. I'i'C- Bindelte and Shawnco will be at each other's throats In Shawnee Friday ninlit. This game. too. should he an interesting aftaiv In spile of the fuel Durdcttc will he a big favorite. Reiser Clays Lepanto Klser's Yellow Jackets, who have beaten everylhiu^ in the county so far. travel just across the county line to take on Lepanto Friday nmht. And while all this is fioihR on Takes AIC Lead After Upsetting Tech By THE ASSOCIATED t'HKSS Arkansas A&M's Boll Weevils stand today at the top ot (he Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference and look very much like a "sure tiling" to repeat as AIC i'botball champions. Die Boilennaker.s whacked illiiiui;; L'H-1'1 , , Purdue, mc.idiMi tally, rolled four si ruin lit 7'^—-one In each period. the Class 13 division, Blythcvllln's Chicks will be play my. host to Mes- siek of Memphis in juiolher lop Clime at Haley Field Kridny night. Slick ronlliiill Eddie Erdelattf. Navy i-oacli. doe.sn'l. mind ea)!hi!> n Hpatle a .shovel. . . "They're biy and luniih but they're no belter than we are," EiUlU- .siikl |',Umily utter Noire Dana 1 hud beaien his niivy iorcr.s (i-0 . . Ohio Stale's Woody Hayt'.s complained that north western threw in ft slick football in Iheir i;ame and he had to ask oflicial-s to "nuii^h it up" as ump"' ( ' s ( '° bnseballs . . . N o itluvcslew's Riding High In Tali Grass IN DADS' CLEAT MARKS—Dartmouth's reserve quarterbacks, lined up for Tuss McLaughry. are sons of famous football figures. They arc, left to right, Mike Brown, Johnny Uell Isola, Jr., and Tom Hamilton, Jr. Young Brown's father, Paul, coaches the professional Cleveland Browns.• The elder Dell Isola is an assistant coach at Dartmouth. Haiyulton's pop is Ihc athletic director: j " coaching Pittsburgh. (KEA) BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING A I 1 Newsfcutiirt's CHARLESTON. S. C. — The Cillllj Hoy racing stable of Smilh C;im-i Una plantation (iwncr and Now Yiirk philanthropist Harry p. Oiii?- lu'iihflin lias hironn' a lop name in nii-int; rirrlfs. The namv- is :\ phrasr in Gulhih, the liuu'.uaue of ohl-linir Neproes Ilial (lairs from slave-hokiinu days. Cain moans "glass." \vhilc "liny" is the nullah word for "tall" or "hluh " And llio Cam Hoy stable Ihc last yoar lias been riflinp lil[;h in the lull grass. Saturday, the Boll Weevils took a long step toward tl)eir .second consecutive title by downing heavily-favored Arkansas Tech 20-14 before a homecoming crowd ol nearly 1,000 nt Monllccllo. rt was Tech's first loss o( the season after five straight triumphs and knocked the Wonder Boys from Ihe No. 1 spot they had shared with A&M. Only Southern In Way Only Southern State now stands as a serious threat to A&M, and it will take at least one conference loss and a tie to stop the Weevils from winnihR the crown. Under AIC rules, the defending champion wins til championship in case of a tic. If southern should heat A&M its probable that A&M. Siralhi-m and Tech could finish the conference schedule with 0-1 records. Southern Slate stepped outside the conference Saturday night to play Lltllc Rock Junior College, and squeak by with a H-13 triumph. Joe Evans led the Muleririer attack, setting up one touchdown, pas-sing for another nnd converting twice. ASTC "'ins It was Southern's sixth decision 01 Ihe year. The potent Mulcridcrs have lost only to Tech. Arkansas State Teachers ended a five-Maine losing streak by whipping Oimchitn 19-7. The game pitted two winless teams, and Ouachita took its sixth straight setback. In the other AIC gnme, Bender, son trounced Heiidi'iS'38-7 Friday night. The College of the Ozarks wus idle. Arkansas State, the once powerful, bowl conscious independent, suffered' another loss Saturday, falling before Memphis State 2C-7. That's how it has been in the Southwest Conference this season —the games are so close they're driving the boys who deal in point spread a trifle nuts. Por instance, with 28 fewer points Arkansas would be out of the race instead if leading the league. And Texas Christian would be in first place tead of out of the race if it had nade only H more points. Host team in the Cotton Bowl is he conference champion. SMU Second It's possible but not probable hat the conference representative vlll be known this week. That would depend on some startling hings happening. Arkansas leads with a 4-0 record. Southern Methodist is second with a victory and tie. Baylor is third with a 2-1 record and Rice is fourth with 1-1. Bock Saturday while Southern Methodist meets Texas A&M at Dallas and Baylor engages Texas it Waco. Baylor Could Tie If Arkansas beats Rice and Southern Methodist loses to Texas A&M, Arkansas will be in the Cotton Bowl although not conference champion. Baylor, should it lose no more games, could tie Arkansas for the title in the event Southern Methodist beat Arkansas in the latter's final conference game Nov. 13. But under conference rules, if two teams tie for the title the one that beat the other in regular season play goes to the Cotton Bowl. Arkansas beat Baylor 21-20. Bowl officials indicate Penn Slate, West Virginia, Mississippi, Georgia Tech. Alabama, Georgia and Pittsburgh are being eyed as possible opponents lov the Southwest representative. Ryff to Fight Davis Tonight NEW YORK (fl>f—Frankic Ryff unbeaten New York lightweight with 14 straight, victories, boxes the veteran Henry Davis of Los Angeles tonight at Brooklyn's Eastern PnrKway, where another young h o p e f u 1, featherweight Carmelo Costa, suffered his first defeat week ago. Moses Ward of Detroit face. Bobby Jones of Oakland, Culif., ii the 10-round feature at New York's St. Nicholas Arena iDu Mont) Ward, .slopped by George Johnsoi in April, has responded to the schooling of trainer Freddy Plerro to whip Yolande Pompey, Tuzo Pro- tugup?. and Billy Kilgore in his hist three starts. Three Texas League basebnl (cams — Fort Worth. Houston and San Antonio — trained in Florida Inst spring'. Crow Hunt King WALLINOFORI). Conn. William Curr Jr. hits hern i ly dpsinmiled WallintU'ord'.s hum kiim." The WnUmvjliii-ri Hwi ;nul Club, whicli pui ;i 'J-S-a on crows over n thin- m iod. announced Hut ii paid 219, Ol the lolnl, Cnrr hiiyt^r •-;uri ii \ui.-~ i ball and ni M a dif- iT.spon- .Ohio \ but won j INCREASES AGAINST'Act 285 Vote This Way AGAINST REFERRED ACT 285 .^ Pol. Adv. F:iid for hy \V. J. Totld, Uttle Kork, Ark. Registration Slated for Golden Gloves CARUTHBRSVUXB — Al Lawrence, secretary of the Caruthers- vllle Junior Chamber of Commerce, said Thursday afternoon that registration will begin Wednesday for the Junior Chamber's Golden Gloves boxing matches. According to Mr. Lawrence .there are thwe Golden Gloves divisions. They are novice, sub-novice, and open. Novice is for boys 16 years of age and older who have not had any previous boxing experience. Sub- open group. HalsleadWins Football Contest Correctly Picks 17 Our of 24 to Win $10 First Prize Jackie Halstead of 1137 West Ash, Blytneville. was S10 richer :oday after having correctly picked 17 winners in the Courier News' weekly football contest last week. Jackie walked off with the top honor by missing only seven on the 24 contest panics. She didn't win a prize but Nettie L. Schreick of Osceola proved herself somewhat of a prognosticator by picking the score of the Blytheville-Clarksdale game right on the nose. Her guess at tha score was Blytheville 7. Clarksdale 6. However, she didn't do so well in the contest itself, missing 12 out of 24, This weeks' contest appears in today's issue of the Courier News; Scores of last week's games: • Blytheville 1, Clarksdale 6 Texas 13, SMU 13 (tie) Maryland 20, South Carolina 0 Nebraska 25, Missouri -9 Notre Dame 6, Navy 0 Duke 21, Georgia Tech 20 UCLA 27, California 6 Baylor 12, TCU 1 Indiana 13, Michigan 9« Pitt 13, West Virginia 10 Florida 7. Mississippi State 0 Washington State 30, Stanford 2« Earle 24, Osceola 20 . , Princeton 6. Colgate 6 (tie) Minnesota 19, Michigan State 13 Syracuse 25, Holy Cross 20 Clemson 32, Wake Forest 20 Arkansas 14, Texas A&M 7 Oregon 26, Washington 7 Alabama 0, Georgia 0 (tie) Auburn 27, Tulane 0 Iowa 13, Wisconsin 7 Oklahoma 13. Colorado 8 Kansas State 28, Kansas 6 novice is Uie division for all boys tinder 16. The open group is for all boys 16 years old and older with previous boxing experience. Registration for the novice group will be held Wednesday night at 7:30 at the J&ycees' club house. Registration for the sub-novice group will be held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the club house. The chill house will open at 7:30 next Friday night, for the registration of the Looking For A Profitable Business? S«l«cf from hundrtdt ol «Jc*p» Each hai'b*«n appr^litd and t»i ORIGQN AUTO AGENCY J M,0(W.. PAIMTS & APPL'S ... 1 U.SOO - HOXTH DAKOTA, "CAHDY GEH.'MDSE... 5 1 6,000:. CHEV. AGENCf > 35,000.. DAIRY RTE., 5T8 $ 10,000-. WEtDINGSHOP S 15,000.. GAS STATION $ MOO.. MICHIGAN HOTEL & 8AB $295,«W-GROCERY S 10,000.. LUNCH RM. CROC ... S 13,500 . LOCKER PLANT ..S £8,300 . MEN'S SHOP S 12,500 , FOUNTAIN-GIFTS i 17.000.. CAFE s 3e,sw . GAS-CABINS S 58,000 . WISCONSIN LODGE i RESORT J12»,500 . MAT MfG'.' CO «-S *,500-. HEATING-METAL WK. , J 14,000 . BAKERY, DAIRY Pr. Lew . SHOE STORE * 7,000 . HOTEL BEST" S 40,000 . CAS, RPRS, CAFE J 30,000 . GROCERY i 10,000 . FEED MILL S 26,000 . 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The Bank With The Chime Clock' • MISSISSIPPI COUNTY'S OLDEST BANK And remember loo, that THE FARMER'S BANK AND TRUST CO. stands ready to guide you in your financial affairs at all times with friendly, dependable banking service. THE FARMERS BANK AND TRUST CO. TRISD — PANIC TfSTf D

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