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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEtt 13, 19<17 Chicks Show Much Power in Seasons First Grid Game But Bow to El Dorado's Fierce Cats 23 to 6 After Surrendering Early Lead EL DORADO, Ark., Sept. 13.—The K\ Dorado Wildcats.*rated as the, state's No. 2 high -school te:un, overcame ;i smaller but stubborn Ulytlioville Chick learn by a 23 to G score in the season opener before 0,000 fans here hist nigh I. ' The Chicks, rated as the underdogs by a three-touchdown margin, kept the Wildcats in hot water throughout tlje entire first half and forced them to come from behind in the second quarter after pushing across their lone touchdown in the initial period. * (Blytheville started off strong, racking up four of their fire first downs in the first quarter and a sustained C, :ve &;tcr thc ball had "swapped" hands a couple of times in the Initial frame, pushed across their first :n::y. 'After taking the opening ktckoff on Hieir 20-yard line thc Wildcats threatened immediately. Risingw and 'Ballard, the Cats, right halfback and fullback' respectively, opened El Dorado's offensive with ft savage ground attack that moved thc ball to the nndficld stripe. Bui a 15-yard penalty checked their advance and forced ihe Cats to put out of trouble. The Chicks started reeling off yards with quarterback Jack Elliott and halfback Bill McFariand working the ball back uj> to near midfield but were forced to punt after receiving a penalty. The Cats tried a couple of plays thronsh the lino and fumbled on. their own 4-1- vard line with the Chicks recovering. ' Chirks Take L?ail Aided by some 'jeautiftil blockin; in. the line, the Chinks mixed their plays up nicely with McFariand. Huey and Allen, combining forces to move the bull into scoring position on the Cats' two-yard stripe. an,d Jack Elliott crashed center 10 score. McFarland's attempt for conversion was foiled and thc Chicks led 6-0. Taking the ball at thc opening of the second quarter, the Wildcats opened their victoiy inarch with James, Risinger and Ballard alternating us the spearhead of, th.: ground attack by ripping off tackt.: for long gains. Hisinger finnlly plunged t>ver for |]ic Cat.s first score abcut midway of the .second quarter. James added the extra point to throw the Cats in the lead 7-0. Shortly alter their first (ally, the Wildcats trapped one of Blytheville's backs behind the son! line alte.- James' perlect pun: to the coffin corner that went out of bounds on thc two-yard line for a safety, and gave them a 9 to 0 lead. Cats llnlrt 16-6 Lsart at Half El Dorado's second touchdown came late in the second period on the combined efforts of James and Ballard. After much effort, the two backs moved the ball deep into Blythevil'e's territory where James plunged over for the score. James circled end to add the extra poUv, and the score Etco-J nt 10 to 6, E! Dorado, where thc hall ended. The dedication ceremonies for E' Dorado's new 5100,000 stadium erected in honor of Union County's war veterans scheduled for the halftime period of the gnme, was post- IMHied until a later date and tic only tribute to thc veterans was tha of the Wildcat band in a performance at halftime. The Wildcats greeted tlie Chicks 1 in .the third period with their third and final touchdown shortly after the period opened. Again Risinger, Ballard and .James spark-plugged' th£; Cats", -offensive with Risinger scorhig on an end sweep. Jnmes added his third conversion for thc night and the Cats led 23-6. But after this tally the Chicks Cool Weather Peps Up Razorback Grid Practice PAYETTEVULE. Ark.. Sept. 13. <UP) — The University of Arkansas Razorbacks were expected today to stage a full-scale dress rehearsal of the 1947 football season In the -•squad's first scrlmtnnBC session of the current sea.son. The entire team picked up an its timing and speed yesterday, as the result of decidedly cooler weather, and was expected to put on a good show today. Kramer, Drobny to Stage Net Duel for Finals Spot NHW YORK. Sept. 13. (UI'l—Tiio match of tile year In amateur ten- llin—a revenue due] between U. S. and v/imiil.'doii Chai.i.ilon .lac.-t Kramer uf IMS Angeles and chunky Jnroslav Drobny, the left-handed Cc'.'ch, \vi\s schedul-jd for the center court at Forest Hills today with more than just a spot in the iinnls of the. National Tennis Championship at stake for Kramer. Drobny .spoiled bis Jack's bid for the Wiinblcdcn crown in lfl-10, ad- Fast Pace Marks Opening of Grid Ploy in Arkansas lly United I'n-ss The Arkansas hi(!h school football tare not off to a fast start last night with most Double-A teams sliowlng expected power over their weaker Class A and B opponents. Two notable exceptions, however, were Dardanelles It to 0 Parkin's Tigers Defeat Osceola Seminoies on Short End of 12-0 Decision In Opening Game upset over Russellville and Subiaco's holding Hot Splines to a scoreless lie. According to the dope, however, Harrison blasted a 14 to 0 decision over Morrlllon. Hope ran wind to defeat Horatio 65 to 0 and Camden ran up a 52 to 0 victory over McCichci!. Games watching Double-A teams fr.und F.I Dorado taking a 23 to (i victory over lllytheville and Van liuren defeating Fort Smith la to 0. Other scores: England 14. Carlisle 0; Magnolia 13. DcQuecn 0; Bald Knob 1!), Cotton Plant 0; Augusta U, Scurcy C I tie I; Lake Village 13, Gould 0: Forrest City 17. Little Rock High "IV team 7; Dcnlon 13, Brlnklcy 7. and 1'nr.igoukl 20. DcWitt 12." At least one game today matches Fordyce with Warren at Warren. Honest, Mister Another Welch To Appear on Mat Program JLc.strr Welch. 'Jie fourth niul yatingrst of the famous "Wrestling Wplcbs", will mnkc )iis (iebut bofoti7 Dlythuvillc Inns Monday niglii when lie lonins with Mel PL'tera in the tag nialcii foalure; of the American L?gioji v.Te.sliiii3 slio\v uyainsL Bill Cunny and Hctl Roberts. Vuuny Lester wil! tip the .scales at, 2C3 j>oLind-s Gr belter and is wit- ni'G.sing his third year i» the V.TCSL- iiiiR business. He pot. most ot his schooling from his three brother*. Roy. Joe. and J;uk, nil vetcnins of j th(3 game. The return of Red Roberts to the ! local ring vvill once again re-unite on*: rt wvcs Lie t loin's t>est known tc:uii-s. The Roberts-Canny duo defense iluT, in anil checked the Wildcat advance. The remainder of the same was pluyed «n -.vbmit an even basis with play mostly lieinc rcslricti'il to midfield. Rrylhevllle's forward wall, outweighed almost 10 pounds to thc nan, turned in a remarkable performance all through thc isamc, breaking up several of thc Wildcats' plays. As a whole, the Blythcville team .coked first rate against their heavier opponents, and thc results of tills contest, thc No. 1 grid event in the state for the week, shoilki serve notice to the other inajoi iiigh school tennis In Arkansas not to sell the Chicks short. Starling Lineups El Dorado Poi. Blythcville Windham L.E B. Elliott Garlington ... L. T Keor.t Harmon L..O FilzhiiKh Smith C Hoover Burrow R.G liracey Camidy R.T Berry J Johnson K.K Gentry Anthony Q.B J. Elliott James L.H :Huey Risingcr R.H. .. .McPnrlaml Mcknight ....F.B '.....Allen Score by Quarters: Blythcville 6 0 0 0—0 El Dorado 0 1C 7 0—23 Substitutions: Blythcville— i.uni, Hodge, Smith and Garner. El Dorado—T. Martin, Ballard. Taylor pnd B. Ballnrd. Summary—Touchdowns: Blytheville, Jack Eiliott: El Dorado, Risingcr 2, and James. Extra points: James 3. Yards gained | nv er the ring, lust week. So, "Sweet rushing—Blytheville l«; .El^Dora- willliim" calls his favorite partner, Roberts, and the two agreed to settle tilings with Peter:; tonight. The appearance ot a Welch on Ihe piogmm. even Ihongll a ncw- comci 1 , probably added another another 10 decrees to thc two grap- plcrs blood pressure, which was already past the boiling point, for In their bocks, the name Welch strictly lic?ds thc blac.k list. In the two one-fall preliminary inatrhcs Roberts will take on Peters [and Caimy will tangle with Welch. •cached tl\c toji in popularity here | E. Shnncyfelt H. B several years ago when they team- j. Eaneyfelt .. eil up for the first time. From the ;, the two Rovy glndiatois s;uv eye to eye on the propel 1 system of mnn-hattdling an opponent, shook hands and decided to make it a partnership. Monday night's scrap is expected to develop into H small undeclared war in short order. Peters, who made his initial appeal ante here last week, got off en the wron^; loot \vilh Canny by boxing him all nv (u:ORGE CLARK (Courier News Sporl.s Editor) OSCEOLA, Sept, 13.— The Parkin iBiM's -spoiled opening night for ome BOO Osceola football tans by lefe.itliiB the Osceohi High School Scminolcs 12 to 0 :>', the high' school athletic field here last night: Paced uy their power-driving ullbatk, Jimmy Fitzgerald, the "Ms- crs pushed across one touchdown the second quarter and added their final tally In the closing min- itc.'i of the final period, both 0:1 sustained ground iUta&ks. The Tlscrs completely outclassed the Semtnolns knocking off 12 lir: lowr.s to their opponents seven find bc.ii. off a desperate last- quarter aerial attack by the Sem- niolcs to gain i.hc victory, Fitzgerald scored the Tigers' firsi touchdown on the opening phiy of tlic second quarter after a tin; period drive had movcrt the ball to Ost'.eola's four yard line. His attempted place kick lor the cxtr;i point was no good. The two teams battled cvenlv for the next fc .wo quarters, with ino'st of the play being done around mid- ficld. The Seminoies opened an aerial barrage late in the second quarter, spearheaded by quarterback Hobby Dean Reid, but the hall ended before any real damn;;'.' to the Tiger lead, was done. Ii\ the third period, the two squads see-sawed back and forth across the midfield stripe with neither team making a major offensive attack. Tlce.'S Score Ajjaln The Tigers' second tally came late In the fourth period after Fitzgerald. quarterback Sammy Cole and hahback Tommy Heudrix, combined talents to move the ball to the O.sceola fouf-yaid line. Cole plunged fiver from there to give the Tigers a safe 12-poinl margin. Fitzgerald s attempted kick for conversion was short. Reid. E:. Shancyfelt and McFar- iand, did most of the ball carrying Tor the Seminoies while Hcnrv Griffin and Hathornc paced thei" defensive attack. Tackle David Hanner ihe Tigers' defensive star. Starting lineups: Osceola fas. Varkin Orilfin ...... L. E ....... Blcvins Pcndergrast . . I..T ........ Miller Hathorne ---- I/O. .. Humphrey Kersey ....... C . . . ........ Wood B. Zirklc ... R.O. ... Lnngstcm Barber ...... R.T ...... Hnnncr Walker ...... R. E. ........ ' Neal Reid ........ Q.B ......... Cole . . Hcndrix R... Zirkls MeFarland .. 1'. B ..... Fitzgerald Substitutions: Osceola — P. Stil- wcll, 'Hendrix. and R. Slilwell. Parkin — McDcrmott. Graham, and Jenkins. ticure by quarters: Osceola ............ 0 0 0.0^-0 Parkin ............. 6 0.0. 6—12 Car'ds and Dodgers All Even In 'Series For The Pennant' do, 289. Passes—Blytheville. one completed for eight yards; two incomplete. El Dorado—one completed for 10 yards. Punts—Blythc- ville five for average of 37 yards; El Dorndo, three for average of 37 yards. Penalties—Blytheville. six for 05 yards; El Dorado, three for 45 yards. Mobile Defeats 'Nooga 7 to 2 In Dixie Series OLD TRUCKS Dawson, Ricgcl Meet In Amatur Golf Finals J. Murray Holden exhibits 871-poi.ihd specimen he took during thc International Tuna Cup Match off Wedgeport, Nova Scotia. Originally on the British Empire team, Holden was loaned to short-handed Cubans for the day, and that winning side obtained credit lor the catch, only 19 pounds short of the all-lime record. Ky JOIIN GRIFFIN United Press Sports U'rIUr NEW YORK, Sept. 13. tUP) — Today dawns as the most momentous clay of the 1941 baseball season, as the Brooklyn Dodgers and thc St. Louis Cards meet in the rubber earnc of their three-game "series for the pennant." It's slated to be thc ace Card rigtit-haiulcr little Murray Dlckson. pitching against the Dodyers plucky little lelty, Vic I/ombardl. jynd,w)Ui Brooklyn now rour-and-a'-half games In front, that margin will become a scanty three-and-a-half or a fat five-and-a-half before nightfall in St. Louis. The Cards bounced back from their 4 to 3 loss ill the series opener Thursday to whip the Dodgers, 8 to 7, last night In as hair- valslng a ball game as ever saen anywhere. Just when it looked like Brooklyn had done thc impossible by overcoming a (i-3 deficit In the ' ninth Inning with four runs, Country Slaughter rammed an extra-base hit with two-on to give thc Cards two more runs and thc ball game. 'Hie Dodger "Achilles Heel" proved to he thc nine bases on halls allowed the Cards to pad out their meager si$ hits. . While the pennant storm hang.; over St. Louis, thunder continues to rumble' in Pittsburgh — thc tlnmdcr in the bat of Ralph Kiner. The Pirate outfielder socked two homers yesterday as Pittsburgh lx?at Boston, 4 to 3. and he thus set .1 new ma.jor-lcaguc • record of eiyht homers in four games. Kiner's spree erased thc old mark 10 Cars Entered In Walker Park Races for Sunday BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LKAGUE (Playoff) W. L. Tobilc 3 0 ashvil'.e 2 1 e'.v Orleans 1 2 hattanooga 0 3 NATIONAL LEAGUE rooklyn t. Louis :oston lew York Cincinnati . ... Chicago . .— 'itlfburgh . .. Philadelphia .. W. .... £6 . ... 8!) .... 77 11 67 .... 62 58 .... 53 AMERICAN LEAGUE W la York 88 53 >ctroic 75 fil Boston 14 64 Cleveland 73 Co hiladclphia 6» 6S) Chicago 64 74 Washington 53 79 St. Louis 52 86 A field of 10 cars. IncludiiiK Jim i Thompson's Roy Turner Special, frim Memphis, have been l.vir.kcd t opartieipate in the American Legion's Old Car Derby at Walker Park tomorrow afternoon it was announced today by Ed Rice, a member of the Legion's committee Pet. in charge of staging the weekly 1.000 event. Known as thc "Seven-Eleven". Mr. Thompson's ear was built by .OCO Roy Turner, dirt track driver of a few years ago. is reported as one of thc fastest midget racers in this Pet. area. It will be driven h* Albert .614 Keltner, of Memphis. .5S4 Mr. nice stated that John Flow- 542 ! ers. who has promoted dirt track 522 i races in Philadelphia. Pa., lor a ^472 number of years, has been cmploy- 451 i ert to conduct tomorrow's races and '4141 that the track is expected to be '309 I considerably faster. | Another fast car included in the list of entries tomorrow is the | Masrcari Special, from Memphis, that burst a wheel in the first heat lost \veek. Mr. Rice said. Time trials for tomorrow's show will start at 2:30. of seven homers in four games s:'t In I93G by Tony La/zcrl of the Yankees. Klncr's first wallop yesterday came in the 'llftli with one on and his second, in the eighth with none on, provided pitcho: Trliett (Hip) Scwcll with Die winning run in his sixth victory, Charley (Red) Barrett, who went all the way for Boston, incurred his 12th defeat. The Chicago Cubs look a doubleheader from Philadelphia, winnin™, the first game 4 to 3 behind Kookie Ralph Hamncr and the second 7 to f> for relief pitcher Kmil Kush. Cliff Abcrson and Ray Muck slugged homers for tile cubs in the opener, but it was left to Bobby Sturgeon's ninth-Inning triple to drive In the winning run. Five Plillly errors helped Chicago in the ntghtcsin, with Clyde McCullough hitting an important triple. The New York Giants — Cincinnati Reds game was postponed by rail;. In the American Lcaguo, thc Detroit Tigers handed the Icague- IcfidiiiK New York Yankees, their fixlh loss in their last .nine game.i, 1 to 2. but the Yanks, nevertheless, moved U> within three gunics of clinching the pennant when Boston lost to Cleveland, 11 to 0. The Tigers were led by thc six- hit pitching of Art Houtlcman and Roy Ciillcnbinc's fourth homer two days. Victory gave Detroit second place by n half-game ovei Boston. Allie Reynolds, Yankee starter, was charged with his eighth loss. Thc Indians came up with 17 hits, including six doubles and a triple | to beat the Red Sex. v.hiic Mcr- I rill Combs, rookie third-baseman. WHS the only Boston highlight with three hits, one a three-run homer. Joe Gordon had a single, double, and triple for thc Tribe as Bob Lemon became thc wining pitcher. A wild throw by catcher L Y.4ke Ciucrra with the bases loaded in the 10th inning gave the Chicago White Sox a 5 to 4 win over the Athletics. Gucrra had stepped on home for a forceout but his throw to first hit thc runner in the back. Earl Harrist was the winning pitcher and Bob Savage the loser, both men appearing in relief. Seventeen hits gave thc fit. L;V.:s Browns a D to 3 victory over Wasii- ington, Jack Kramer shackling the Senators with six hits to score iiii 10th victory against lo losses. Al Zarilla. with three hits, and Johnny Moss, with a :iomcr, led the Krowii attack. r Opens at 6:45 p.m.; Starts 7:15 pjn. Last Time Today "FOOLS GOLD" with William Koyrl ai "Ilopalonc Cassidy" Final Chapter: "Lost City the .lunslc" Also Shorts of Salurduy Midnite Show Starts ifl 10:13 p.m. DRACULA with 1'Clu Lucosi and David Manners Also Shorts Sunday and Monday 'Without Reservations" ,1 triple i Climik-Uc Colbert and .lolm Wayne Paramount New:; ant] Shorts New Theater Manila's Finest Show* EVEKY IJIClfT Matinee Saturday & Bond*- • Box Open* Week Days 7:M *.m. 8*1.-Ben. 1 p.m. -Cont Bhawtnf Last Time Today "ARIZONA TRAIL" with TCV Ititlcr Alsij Shorts .Pet. .621 .540 .536 .52!) .5UJ .4li 4 .42 :< .317 Yesterday s Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE (Playoff) Nashville H. New Orleans 13. Mobile 7. Chattanooga 2. ATLANTA. Ga.. Sept. 13. (UPJ- Pcnnant-winning Mobile looked Ilk a shoo-in today for thc finals < the Southern. Association ahausl ncssy playoffs, but it still was • between New Orleans ar Nashville for thc other finals berth. The Hears kept their slate clean in the preliminaries with a convincing 7 to 2 triumph last night at Chattanooga, their third straight since the scries started. Chattn- nooga has won none. Even a first-inning homer with r/l'.L MON1E. Cnl.. Sept. 13. (UP) 1K>nc OM bv ol | coau could not pro—Tired old Johnny Uaw.son, with vif]c thc _ sp:u .| ! !m n Lookout ot- an ache and a m every tone. I rcnsivc, nnd Mobile went in to totters out to thc Iirst Ice today at | scorc oncc ;„ t | lc th;rd and six ' SOU course in quest, limcs j,, thc seventh to give I'al i McGlothin a six-hit win. ' Nashville, meanwhile, ru.shcd n- cross two runs in the of thc I ninth for a 1-1 to 13 victory over New Orleans before a Vol hometown crowd. Tlic Pelicans broke out a 10-rnn rally in the fourth, including George Stumpt'.s three-run home run, and the score sec-sawed until thc Vols' final rally that gave them thc win. it left Nashville with two victories nnd New Orleans with one In the series. NATIONAL I.KAGUE Ciiicago 4-7. Philadelphia 3-5. Pittsburgh 4. Boston 3. New York at Cincinnati, rain. St. Lonis 3. Brooklyn T. Pebble Beach of Hie most ctiveted of afl simon- ir.urc golf crowns—the National Am- J ale'ir Golf Champicn'.^liip.' j Facing him in ihc 3G-holc tc.i-. I will be dapper vonn^ Sk(rc Ricgci. ' }32-year-o!cl Walker Cup Star, crac::-; ' oiler but ne>~t:r a winner ol any i major title. I Unwson. thouuh lailins barily in | the ?lrclch. yrslerday rolled pasl Jack iielby, a hi[le-i;nc>wr. player from Rye. N. Y., 5 atui -1. Riegel had a lonyher tune getting past th»: popular young Felice (Phil) Torz.'.. Well .^rslicld. Conn., but fj^ialjy. malic il 2 and 1. • Here's a way to make old trucks look new-quick. Drive them in and say, "I \va n t an Appearance Reconditioning Job done on these fellows." And you'll get it. You'll get perfect fitting new International fenders, radiator grilles, hood sheets, doors, glass, hardware, headlights, bumpers, bumper guards and seat cushions-just what you •want to put your trucks in shape. Next, paint jobs if thc trucks need them. The cost? Not great. The result? Marvelous. Get your trucks"Ap- pcarance Reconditioned.'' GIT THIS* TOO, WHEN YOU GET YOUR TRUCKS "APPIAHANCE RECONDITIONED" Hot Woter Heeler and DcfrotYert Seat Covert * EEtlon Electric Road Sanderi • Saf-T-Slep. SOS Fira Guard • Whiz Automotive CKertmali • Spol lights,Tog tigttts and Driving ligMi • CUcranc* Itgtiti, Flagj, Florei, Directional S>grmll, other Safely D«vic»>. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 11, Boston 6. Detroit 7. New York 2. St. Louis D. Washington 3. Night Games: Chicago at Philane'.r>'nia. Browns Lace Dodgers In Pro Grid Contest (By United Press) Thc Cleveland Brawns' All-America football conference rivals hud Ihe not too .surprising bad news io- day—Fullback Marion Motley has taken up where he left off last season. A 232-pound line basher who gained 601 yards in 73 tries last year to win a place on the all-league team. Motley got 111 yards in live attempts last night as Coach Paul Brown's Cleveland Browns,, crushed the Brooklyn Dodgers, 55 to 7, au Ebl>cts Field. Ir. thc only other conference game last night, thc New York Yankees, sparked by Orban (Sped Sanders and Buddy Yoims, ciclcatcd the Ancclcs Dons, 30-H. <•«•••••••••••*>«••••••••»• : Wanted to Buy • ! Highest Prices' • I Paid for Used ; • Tractors and I • Equipment * \ Russell Phillips : I Tractor Co.' ; « I So. Highway Gl Phone 2171; Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE tShauglmcssy Playoff] 'New Orleans at Nashville. Mobile at Chattanooga. Saturday Owl Show 'Notorious Gentleman" n Universal 1'icfurc with Itcx Harrison anil l.illi jt'ahncr Also Shorts injured fatally when she was thrown from a mol^rcyclc a.s it slipped in loose gravel. Tnere had been 15 Untie fatalities here at U.::> time last year. NATIONAL LEAGUE 'Brooklyn at St. Louis. Boston at Pittsburgh. New York at Cincinnati <2>. Philadelphia at Chicago t'2). AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Boston. Chicago at EHiUadclphia. St. Louis at Wasl'.ington. Arkansas Athlete's Book Soon to Be Published LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Sept. n. itjl 1 ! — Deno Nichols of Warren, one of Arkansas' all time athletic stare, has written a book on Ark- :ninistcrini; the last defeat the Californian j-uffcved. and if lie does it axain. Kramer's c'.ia:irc.s o' turniJK pro for heavy money will be dashed. | ansas sl>ort.s Vsliich should be ready 1 for distribution uU'nin two weeks. As a University of Arkansas Basketball player. Nichols was named all-Eoulhwcst Conference Kiiard In 1941. And he was all-state in basketball for four years. In 1013 at CuncliUn college he was also all- state in footba'l. The book covers all phivscs of sports in the state, and is entitled "Kpovts ueport.s/' Memphis Girl Killed MEMPHIS, Tenn.. Pept. 13. (UP) — Memphis counted its 22nd traffic fatality today with the death of Ada Yhry Walker, 1C, who was Concrete Culvert-file BUcs 10" to 36- (Relnforced or Non-ReSnTnrced) Cheaper and Longer Lasting than »ny nlher Bridge Material. Concrete units for Sanitary Frlvj—Concrete Septic Tanks. A. H. Webb Hwy. Cl N. at State Line Phone Blythcville Tit Uead Courier News Want Ads. 3/2 SOUTH 2ZP ST. PHONE863 OLD FAITHFUL Bottled in Bond Bourbon 100 Proof Montgomery Ward Monday Special Genuine Rockford Socks Sunday and Monday "BUCK PRIVATES COME HOME" :i Universal Picture with Bud Abbolt ;incl Lou X'ostcllo Selected Shorts RITZ. THEATRE Manila, Ark. I^ast Time Today "CODE of thc SADDLE" with Johnny MricU Bnm'ti <>artoon and ISlh flhaplrr "Purple Monster Strikes",, - ' Saturday Owl Show "DESPERATE" wllh itl'ic a:itl Also Sin Audrey irt Sundiiy and Monday Tuesday INTERNATIONAL Trucfcs KKNTIJCKV STKA1GHT BOl'UBON WIIISKIiY Also Yellowstone 'thick Label — SO Proof I1AHKKI T HAMILTON, IM:., Distributors. I.itllc Kork BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Scats on Sale at thc Legion Arena fvom 6 p. m. Every Monday ADULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15« Monday, Sept. 15rh BQX TAG MATCH MEL PETERS and LESTER WELCH versus Wm. CANNY and RED ROBERTS ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30 M/NLrTE MATCHES Red Roberts VI. Mel Peters Lester Welch vs. Wm, Canny

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