The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1947 · Page 14
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER M, 1947 Papooses Renew Competition V/'rth Bellevue Junior High Team on Haley Field Tonight • Th» BlyUjevilte Junior High School Paixxxses will write "llnls" to airtr .1947 fpotbili season tonight »t 7:30 o'clock when they tangle with the Bellevu« Junior High School Orange Jersrys of Memphl* »t lUlejr K«ld. • *—— — The weather man has promised I hUs cooperation for tonight'* tussle and will give the fans an ideal football temperatures reading but the spectators can expect a hot time on the Haley Field gridiron because these two teams are capable of putting on a good football lame. , A. T.. Caldwcll, principal of (he BljtheTllle Junior High School aanwinred this morninc thai the game would befin at 7:30 Instead •I the usual S o'clock due to conflict with the pity-by-play broart- ra>t of the Chicks' same In Forrest City. A play-by-play description of the first half of the Chicks' same will be recelred In the press box at Haley Field and portions o( It will be relayed to fans at Hie Papa" fame over the public address system. The sUrtlm time for tonight's irame was moved up 30 minutes to enable Blythcvllle fans t» Me the Paps game and then listen to a WK part of the Chicks fame. Following the Paps' game, Mm broadcast of the Chlrks-ForrfK| City tilt will then be transferred lo the Raiorback Inn where It is usually received. The raps' • [ame should be over in time for fans «o hear a play-by-play description of the last halt of the Chicks fame, he said. Highlights tt the first half nil! be jrlven over the public address system at Haley Field between quarters and during time outs, he said. Both spuads will be fighting to protect near perfect records. The P»p« have been victors over seven opponents, lost only to Joncsboro In nn upset and battled the Orange Jerseys to a 13 to 13 draw in nn Football Queen Kicked Upstairs arller meeting this season, and tie Is the only blemish on the lemphlans 1 record. Except for this tie the Mosley laulcrs have been successful In heir meetings with Memphis prep urns this year. They rnn wild over he Catholic Juniors two weeks «s>> nd completely humiliated the South ildc Scrappers last week and they re hoping to even the score with he Orange Jerseys tonight. Bellevue s the No. 1 Junior team of Mem- ihls. £0 1'aps t« rtecome Chicks Twenty members of the Paps oster will be playing their final games for the Junior snuads and will ,ecome members of the Chicks next •car. This number Includes four ncmbers of the starling forward wall and the three members of the first string backfield. Playing Ihcir last game as Papooses will be: Charles "Ruf(" Lutes, l.croy Prill U, Robert Reid, I.eroy Criucr, Bobby Smith. Bobby Glover, Louis Anderson, and Dick Rehi, bucks; J. C. Droke. Jerry Phillips, Thomas Prince, Jim Deer, Bob Webb, Bill Boyd, Harold Kooncc, Tommy Craig, Jim Whltworth. Jerry Whitworth, Jim Gossett, and Darrcll Lloyd, linemen. The Paps ended pre-gauie practice with a hard scrimmage session yesterday uKernoon and will spend today resting for the contest. Coach Pop Mosley will call on his regular starting lineup to take the field at the opening whistle anil unless something unexpected happens, his substitutions will probably be fev and far between. Probable starting lineups for tonight's contest are: Blythcvllle Pos. Bcllevu Hutcherson ,. L.E ..... H. Browi lioyd ........ L.T. ...... Billing Phillips ...... L.G. . Blankcnshli Broke ........ C ....... Holllda Blankenship . .R.G ...... Johnsoi Prince ........ R.T ........ Butle Miss Ann Wilks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Floyd Wllks of Caruth- cisville, Is football queen of the 1947 Caruthersvilte High School Tigers grid team. Crowned at one f the recent home games In si oloiful ceremony, she has reigned iver each home gome since, the cli- nax of which will 1'hanksglvlng Day game between he Tigers and Kennett Indians, Kennett To Battle Caruthersville In Thanksgiving CARU'rl!ERSVlLU3, Mo., Nov. 2«. —The Carulheisville 'Users and Kennetl Indians meet on the Cn- rulher.svlllc high school field ThanksxiviiiR 13ay In their traditional "Turkey Day" grid classic, with attention of Iho. high school lootball fans of both counties focused on the game. For the Tigers, a .victory will incun more than Jiisl another "win over their aiicli'iU rivals—it may mf&n second position In tl'.c Big Klfiht Conference standings for the year in Southeast Missouri. Carutheisville nud Sikeston are lighting a nip-and-Uick battle for the second 5|x>t in the final Conference standings on the eve of 'the Turkey Dny games, with Sikeston mccljnx Charleston, their traditional Thanksgiving rival, in their final I4»nie of the year. Charleston re- piHcdly has the strongest team in the Conference this year, and barring an unusual upset, .should l>lflstfir another defeat in Sikeston'* won and lost column. And by a vic- Hannegan Takes N«w Boss One* Sold Peanuts in Redbirds' Park Just to See Games RV STAN G. MOCKLER (Uiiltrd PrrM Sport* Writer) ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nav'/M:' (UP) — Robert Hunnesan, who has a great enthusiasm for - baseball, but no experience to quality him for operating a major league team, took over the fortunes of the .81, Louts Cardinals today and there t'as immediate speculation that he would give the job of general manager to his field pilot, Eddie Dyer. Hanegnn, a North St. Louis Irishman, who once sold peanuts In the Siwrtsman's RarJc bleachers "Just i MidWest Gridmen Get Most Berths On UP's Mythical All-American Team Bjr Leo H. retmm (United Pre« Sp*rU Editor) NEW YORK, Nov. 2«. (UW The United Prew today present* points out of a possible 2,311 white hU rugfed teim-rr.ate, Connor led twice, which had dominated the All-America eleven during the war year*, placed Guard Jweph Steffy; . - once-defeated Tex a* placed Back, 1U-1M7 All-America football team, Robert Layne while Columbia and'Georgia Tech and for the center the 11 young men selected by Miuiialppl, both defeated twice I Position, for which Bcdnarik, drew landed the other berth* end Wll- i 899 points against 781 for Navy'« th e linemen with 1,831 point*. Lu- Jaclc wai named on all but fiv* ballots. The clo.sest contests were for the tackle berth opposite Connor which Ferraro won with 8» points a- < gainst 738 for Robert Davta of Deer . Mel Hay Lutes Pruilt R. Held R.E Q.B JI.B H.B F.B Hnllldny Mnun Worthy Hawks Black Harry Gilmer, Grid Star, Repeats as SEC's Best ATLANTA. On., Nov. 26. (UP)— Gen. Bob Ncylanri, whose trampled and defeat-marked Tennessee football team rose up Saturday to knock over favored Kentucky, was named couch 'Of the week today by Southern sports writers. Harry Gllnier, the Alabama passing wizard, was picked as player of 1 the week for the second straight | time. ' , Coach Red Drew of Alabama I whose team was invited to the Su' gar Bowl after trouncing LSU last week was. edged out by Neyland in a close vote, 7 ,to 6, in the coaching competition 'of the week. Golfers' Winter Tourney Dates Are Announced CHICAGO. Nov. 26. (UP)—The Professional Golfers' Association today announced a wlnler tournament of IB mccls with prize nuncy totaling $180,000. The tour opens Dec. 4 at the Orlando, Fla.. open and carries through the Masters tournament, ai Augusta, Ga., which ends April 11. Each tourney will pay $10,000 In prizes. One event on ihe present schedule, the Columbia, S. C., open, was listed as tentative. The schedule: Dec. 4-7, Orlando, Fla. open, Duus- drcad Country club. Dec. 11-14, Miami Open, Miami Springs Country Club. Jan. 2-5, Los Angeles Open, Riviera Country Club. Jan. 8-11, Bing Crosby Amateur Pro, Pebble Beach. Del Monte. Cal. Jan. 15-18, Richmond, Cal., Open, Richmond Golf Club. Jan. 22-25, Phoenix, Ariz., Phoenix Country Club. Jan. 29—Feb. 1, Tucson, Ariz., Open, El Rio Golf anci 'Country Club. ( Feb. 5-8, Texas Open, Brackenridge Park Golf Club, San Antonio, Tex. Feb. 12-16, Rio Grande Valley Open, Harlingcn, Tex. Municipal Golf Club. Feb. 19-22, New Orleans Open, City Park or Mctaire Country Club. Feb. 26-29. St. Petersburg, Fla., Open, Pasadena Municipal Course March 3-3, Scminole Pro,-Ama- tory over Kennett, It will give the Tigers a slight margin of one tie game foothold on the second ixxsi- tlon. At present. Carutheisville has won two, lost two and no ties, and be the nnminl.'sjkcston has won three, lost one, and one tie. A victory for Caru- Ihci'sville nnd a loss ('or Sikcslon would give Caruthersville three? wins, two losses nnd no ties, an<l Sikeston three wins, two losses, and one tic. One the eve of battle, Coaches Duich llocpple of the Tigers and Met?. Cherry of Kcnncti pronounced l>oth teams in "pretty good shape", although Caruthersville has the added advantage of a full week end's rest, with no game played since Tuesday night of last week, when hey defeated Maiden 20-0 r.t Maiden. The game was postponed until Tuesday night, due to heavy rainfall Friday night, Nov. 14. The probably starting lineups for the Thanksgiving game are as follows: i Tigers Pos. KenncU Patterson .,-.. L. E Hampton Acuff L.T Shields Neeley L.G Cook Hamby C B.Hancock Scott R G Osborn Tillman ,.... Simmons VanAusdall .. Cmwlord or Taviiley Led ford Morgan R.T. R. E. q.B. L.H. R.H. F. B. Brooks . Adcock . D. Hall . Benson T. Bakm- Whcclcr No one food has more value for the brain than any other, though fish has been called a brain food. teur. Palm Beach. Fla. March 11-14. Jacksonville. Pla., Open. Municipal Goll Course. March 19-21, Greater Greensboro, N. C.. Open, Slarmount Forest Country Club, .March 25-28, Charlotte, i N. C., Open, Myers Park Golf Club. ' April 1-4, Columbia, S. C. Open (tentative), Columbia Country Club. April H-ll. Masters', Augusta, Ga., National Golf Club. 1 could see the ball games," became the new boss of the Cardinals yesterday when he headed a sny- ilitate which purchased the fran- rhi.se and all of the club's minor league properties for a reported $3.500,000 — the blgsest financial transaction In baseball history. And because all of the men involved in the purchase of the club hoin Singin' £am N Breadon, 71- ycEvr-old Cardinal owner whose hob' by is close harmony of the barber shop quartet variety, are baseba:] noblcc.s, it seemed likely that Dyer would be moved up to the post ol general manager. N Dyer, who was In the Cardinal (rout office with Brcadon after | Branch Rickey left to go to the Brooklyn Dodgers as general manager, Li an experienced baseball man, a capable judge of talent and is thoroughly familiar with the operation of all of the Cardinal farm clubs. Hnnncgan would dot discuss whether he contemplated any changes but stated "all employes will remain at the duties they have been performing in the past and we will settle the title they ought to have later." He said he looked for the same cooperation Breadon received. Frtnncgan said under questioning ihat the Cardinals definitely would lemain in St. Louts. "I have no plans whatever for changing the personnel of the team." he said. The principal minority stockholder of the new organization is Fred M. Saigh, Jr.. an attorney who became vice president and treasurer. Associated with Hannegan and Saigh In the purchase were David li. Calhoun, Jr., William O. Connett, Gwynne Evans, Sidney Salomon, Jr.,'and George W. Simpkins. Han- ncgan's counsel in the deal. All are residents of St. Louis. Breadon was a silent spectator as Hannegan answered a barrage of questions in the Cardinals' office. The silver-haired former automobile salesman, now 71, was visibly moved by the ending of his 30-year association with the club. With his at the helm, the Rcd- biros \von nine pennants and were worlds' champions six times. In a. statement read in a shaky voice he said he believed that Hannegan, "a. younger man." was better able to keep the team at the top. sporls writers and sports broad- caste ri from all section* of the /i a lion as the finest piayert at their position* this year. Every teclion of the country ti represented with the MldWett leading with four players, follow-1 ed by the East with three, the Southwest with two and the South and Far West with one each. Five of the playeri came from three of the four 'unbeaten and untied major teams, with Notre Dame, generally regarded ai the No. 1 club, getting three positions — Back Johnny Lujack, who led Ui« balloting; Tackle George Connor and Guard William Fischer. Michigan, the Big Nine champions, .anded Back Robert Chappuls and Southern , Melhodist, the power club of the Southwest, placed back Doak Walker. Penn State was the only major undefeated »nd untied eleven which failed to win a berth on either the first or second team, with Guard Steve (Chop) Suhey falling by nine points to land a second team berth. Two, of the other players came from teams which have been lied but are undefeated — Center Charles Bednartk of Pennsylvania and Tackle John Ferraro of Southern California. Army, defealed twice and tied liam Swlackl and End George (Barney) Poole, respectively. Lujack and Connor, two of the brightest In the Notre Dame array of stars, are repeaters from the 1M4 mythical eleven. Poole made the ft«t team In 1945. Layne and Steffy were on th« »econd team laat year. Lujack showed the' way In the balloting,, drawing a. total of 2,OM brilliant captain, Richard Scott. On the second team with Davis and Scott are ends Paul Cleary. Southern California, and Leonard Ford, Michigan; Tackle George Savitsky. Pennsylvania; Guards Leo Nomellinl, Minnesota and Knox Ramsey, William & Maty and t backfield of Charles connerly, N slsslppi; Harry Gilmer. Alabar Chalmers Elliott. Michigan ! Anthony Minisl, Pennsylvania. Golfing in Long Beach, Calif., shortstop Vern Stephens flashes the smile of the ballplayer sold by the St. Louis Browns. Rc, minded that the transfer may mean his shifting to third base, the shortstop said he would play anywhere the Boston Red Sox' put him. Money in Milk Hollies MEMPHIS, Tcnn. (UP)—John SImonton, manager of the Memphis Dairy Exchange estimates there are some $.11.000 wortli of milk bot- | ties around Memphis homes and ' garages, "We've picked up $1.601.H i worth of milk bottles nt the city ! dumps in about a year's time," Simonton said. "People just throw them away." Accidents are tho scissors that' cut short the thread of lifa- Tonight at 7:30 Listen to Play by Play Account of BLYTHEVILLE versus /S SH€ AILING-? Bring her in for a check-up now. We'll _ fix her up with genuine IH parts that will '^ 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 International Harvester I Cu. Ft. Home Freezer. Saves Food. Saves Time, Saves Money. . . . Only $251.85 Plus T;ix. S«« It Now! I NTEEMCTiONAL " HARVESTP 3/2 SOUTH 2»P ST. PHONE863 FORREST CITY AND SEE BLYTHEVILLE JUNIOR HIGH MEMPHIS' BELLEVUE Haley Field Pap Game Starts 7:30 Broadcast 8:00 Sponsored by THE RAZORBACK With the Co-Operation of Fred Caliban Radio Service and Radio Station KLCN Feminine Touch Having purchased controlling interest in the Topeka Western Association Baseball Club, Mrs. Ethel Mohney playfully decorates the homt team's dugout. BLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY COMPLETE . . . Automotive Repair Shop Wt hire experienced men! Use modern equipment! Experienced men and modern automotive equipment are your guarantee of a top-notch welding job, for that matter any kind of repair job. Big or small, once you put a job in our hands your worries are over. We are equipped to service or repair anything thai rolls on wheels. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY 217 South 2nd St. Phone 4122 •titt not) I94S A MERICA'S moM admired, most de- tirrA postwar automobile now »win«» on thr wrtie In a fabulously fin« new !9« *rr,ion. Thrilling!)' different new Cliam- pion and Commander convertibles add thrir glamor »o the "new look" that', a »ximg new 19 in »nr! <x>»pe» "»tmH out the pirlur*. Here'* » »l«r-iti:<Mr«l presentation of modern inotoriiiji luxury thai emphasizes anrw I he mi I-ahead distinctions of StuHehaker styling and engineering. The first showing of the first •npcrh ni^w 19M! Sliulelakcrs to arrive in town t» now on. Yon »nd yotir family are cordially invited to attend. CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY Ltx Chamblin Railroad & Ath Street* Bill Chamblin Phont 219$

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