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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS • ' . • ^ ._ SATUKIJAY, SISFllSiMliEK i>0, J1947 Chicks Score in Final Period to Down Bulldogsl4-7 i^B ^ 1H^^ _ M •» ^m M M J, , ' ^^ Traylor Provides Needed ^ouchdown to Break Tie Arid Sew Up the Contest ;• By GKOHGi; tl,AHK . r : •-'•'-' - Courier News Siwrts Editor - After three quarters of l»-catri-t;>'"'»" V-iolljall at Haley J-Mckl last nielli, the Hlytho- ville; Ciiicks finally overcame the surprisingly strong Piirugould Bulldogs in the fourth period by a 14 to 7 score uei'ore ;I W ..U.MI. ly 4,000 football-mad spectators who gathered to* see the Chicks' first home game of the 1947 season. Harold " L IIuck" Traylor, (ha 150-!>oi.-:id ullrrnatc captain nntl left liut.'iiack of the Chkks, who was not started due (o a tack ailmrnl Uiat hus been plaguing him for the past three weeks, was Uu: hero of Hie game, scoring Ihc uimiing touchdown In tlie closing minutes of (lie ruurlli quarter on ;i 12-yariI trek iround the jight side of the I'aragould line. Dcnnle' Gentry, the Chicks' right* — end, could really be called Ihe game-saver, for it was his alert- neis in thD recovery ot a Bulldogs' •lumblcrt lateral pass on Parngould's 30 yard line that set up the winning touchdown. After the recovery of the fumble. Quarterback Jack Elliott passed to halfback Billy Wayne. McFnrlnnd on the goal line but the ball trickled through McFnrland's hands (or nn incomplete forward pass. J. Elliott completed a pass to h:s brother, left end Billy Bob Elliott for a first down on the Panigoulcl 20, McFarland circled end to the 12 and Traylor scored cm the lies; play. Jack Elliott hit the line lor the I4lh point. Hulldogs Score Earlv The Bulldogs drew first blood by scoring on nine consecutive plays , in the early minutes of the first quarter. Right halfback II. Daniels took Billy Bob Elliott's opening kickoff on the Pnragoukl 35 and was clowned immediately. Daniels picked up a half a ynrd through center on the iirsl piny of the game, crashed center again tor 11 yards and a first down on the 46 and then sliced off tackle for another first down on the Blythc- ville 4!). Leon Turpln, the Bulldog's flashy left halfback and star of the Mnrianna High School team last year, -wont over guard on the next"; play all the way to the Blytheville 21 >!or another first down. Turpin wns stopped on the next play for no gain and D. Daniels scored on the following play on an end sweep. Turpin added the extra point by cutting between the Chicks end to give Parngould a 7 to 0 lead. ^ Fumble Proves Costly .Paragould's kickoff was low and left tackle Lloyd Koont/. downed the ball on the Blythcvillc 47. Roger Lum entered the game for left halfback Donald Huey and picked up three yards to the midfleld stripe oh Blytheville's opening play. Mc- Parlarid broke loose for a IG-ynrd jaunt around the end for n first down on the Paragould 34. scampered around end to the Bulldogs' 19 for .the Chicks second first down behind excellent down-field blocking by Dennle Gentry nnct R. B. Hodge. McFarland crashed center to the 10-yard line and then returned to pick up a first down on the Paragould seven. But the Chicks' scoring threat was broken urL'/when McFnrland fumbled on the, two-yard line and B. Daniels recovered em the seven. Turpin punted to the Blythcvillc 3b with Roger Lum returning the "kick to the 42 where the quarter ended. The C'hick.s first tally ranic Lifter alniut fuur minutes of play in ?lic second cjuarlc-r. IE, C. Allen, Ihe Chicks' fullback, opened the second period with LI 31-yard run over tackle (11 the I'ara|;i)ulil 31. Don Ifiiney picked up tv;o yards around end and McFarlacul circled the other t;nd for 1C yards hut a 15-yard penalty for holding nullific'd (he play. McFarland went over tackle to the I *"-' considered Paragould 35 and Huey sliced off I '" lc Bulldogs tackle for (our more ynrcls. .lack Elliott's pass to Billy Rob Elliott was good for :t first clown on the Hull- clogs 1 20. Huey picked up n Iirsl down on Ihe Paragould 10 in two plays aud McFat'land hulhed his way to the seven. McFnrlimcl cut between end and tackle to tlie two yard line but again the play was nullified by j an offside penally. Huey scored from period when Turpin punted from (he Blytlun'illc 38 to the coffin corner, the ball soincj out of bounds on the one yard line. Tniylor started the Chicks quarter oflcmivi.* iilliick' by running Ihe ball out of Ihn hole to the 2ti yard line. Even though the Bulldogs wei>; on the lo.'iing end of the score the general opinion of the- Parni;oii!<l Iai:s that made the trip here to see the game was that the (jiiinc could moral victory, played the Chicks Tight Games Feature Play On Gridirons lly UnltrU Press The 1S47 schoolboy football season tcok off In a rainstorm last nJeht with most of the favored Class AA teams coming through with victories. 12,000 May See Razorbacks Play Opening Contest TAYETTKVILI.E. Ark.. Sept. '20. (UP)— The University of Arkansas Raxorbacks, co-champions of the Southwest Conference last year, began a 10-same schedule here today anainst Northwest Louisiana State College. More than 12,000 fans were expected to set a new opening-gain'! In District, No. 1, Van Burcn hud easy going to defeat Siloam' record over the previous top of 72 Springs 33 to 13, Fayettcville rodo last year, over Alma 24 to nothing, and Har-, Start!,,,; ijneups risen took out Mountain Home W NIV Louisiana 10 seven. | Landry lllylhcvil:e. in District No. 3, Tripp nosed out Paragould 14 to seven, Sibley ....'...'. while Jonesboro was dropping a Luiidreaux ... 20 to seven decision to Russellville.j Chancherc ... Hot springs, in District No. ,|, Deiiham twilled Seventh District Tcxarkaiis.' White lo a -seven-to-sevcn tie. I Nicosia In District No. 5. Ihe stale Johnson champion Little Rock team rode' Tiiompason .. over Fordycc of District No. 7. 2S wi| son to nolhinK. In District 7, El Dorado featcil Knit Einilli 2[> to and Hope won 20 to Smackover. Pine de- nothing. nothing over 1'os. I,. E. L. T. TJ G. . C . . n. G. n. T. H. E. Q. B. H. B. H. B. P. B. Arkansas . McGalut .. Tjunncy . Franklin . Thomas .. Roberts ... Minor .. Canada .. Bowler Scott .. Pipkin Campbell ofl their feet in the first half an-l [ when Turpin's beauliful fourth quai'ler boot sailed out on Ihe Bly- thevilie one-yard line it looked us if they were going i ( , overcome Lhal certain something Um seemed lo hold them back in the third period. And all that could be heard from Ihuse tans wns pralso tov Iheir new coach Woody Johnson. Johnson the 10 yard line on the next play I coached at Mariani.a High School liicks' first touchdown. Me- !ilsl I' 0 " 1 ' ftlltl saw "^ tc:lm through 7-1 on for the Cl Farland tied the score a an end sweep. The Bulldogs threatened the second quarter on ;\ combined air-ground attack that moved the ball all the way to the Blythevilie eight yard line In three plays. But the Chicks' forward wall dug in and held them there for four straight downs. J. Elliott punted out of the hole to the Blythevilie 48. but the determined Bulldogs took to the air again and in three plays had the ball on the Blythevil'.c 25. The Chicks were penalized 15 yards for unnecessary roughness nnd the hall ended wilh the ball resting on the Blythevilie 10-yard line. Band 1'l.i.vs Hctwecn Halves • The Blylhevlllc High School Band made their first appearance of the year between the halves wilh a beautiful ceremony that featured marching and different formations. The lights of the field were turned out and the members of the band, with small lights in their head dress spelled out "Hcllo-1047.' The Chicks completely dominated the second half play, holding the a successful season. \Vhcn he moved to Paragould, he took wilh him a . , shifty little back named Leon Tur... "I pin who was responsible for n lot of Hie Chicks misery last night. Three special busses were charted by the Paragoulct fans to brin:; them here lor the game to see the best lenm that has come out o!" Pnragoulcl High School in several ye.irs play, and Ted niiml. sporls- cnstcr (or Radio Station KDRS, aired the game from the Ifiiley Field press box for the benefit ol th-: Bulldog fans who had to stay home. Starting Lineups: ISlythevllle Pus Parajrould B. F.lliott <-.. E Taylor Koontz L. T Turner Fitzrmgh L. G Sshrader Hodge C DeVoll Brnccy R.G Whitney Smith R. T Herrbn Gentry R.E Oneil J. Eiliott Q.B TripoJ McFarland ... R. H. ... B. Daniels Huey L..H Turpin Allen F. a Brashcars Summary: Substitutions- Blythe- vilie; Berry. Lum. Garner. Traybr. Gee, and Hoover. Paragould: D. Bluff of District No. B came through with a n expected victory over Malvern. The score was seven to nothing. Other scores: Newport 18. Wynne 0; Arkansas School for the Deaf of Little Reck. I 12. Carlisle 0; Batesville. 14. Pcca-! hont:is nothing; Eudora six, Dumas' | nothing; Sheridan seven, Magnet Cove six; Clinton 34;, Lonokc nothing; McCrory 18, Harrisburg six. Dewltt 19. Risen seven; Bald Knob 28, Imboclcn nothing; con- wny 58. England nothing; Brinkley 14. Marianna nothing; searcv 14. Stuttgart seven; Nashville 33. Horatio nothing; Dardanelle 3:!, Clarksville two; Bauxite 40. Caliot six; DcQucen 13. Prescott nothing; Dermolt 18. Gould nothing; Cros- sctt :5, McGchee nothing; Forrest city nothing. Parkin nothing. (tic); and Clarendon nothing, cotton Plant nothing (tie). Bulldogs to two first downs and a Ual "ds. Tester. Billiard, McNuu, net gain of two yards through rush- p - Wallace, Burnetl, Cngle. and Eling, while they were picking up six mol ' c - Touchdowns—Blylheville • — iirst downs and gaining 73 yards' Huey and Traylor. Paragould; Tur- through rushing. The Chicks' forward wall sparked by the brilliant defense work of guards Billy Brnccy and L. W. Fitv.hugh and end Billy Bob Elliotl. showed much improvement over Inch- first half dcfen'-J Speck, sive work nnd completely wore down' the Bulldog line. About the only good showing made by the Bulldogs' in the second half was the opening piny of the iourtli pin. Extra points—Blythevillc: Mrj- Fai'lancl and Jack Elliott. Paragouid: Turpin Otllclals — Referee, Hulc. jMillsaps College. Umpire — Burns, nsas Tech; Headlinesrnan. Arkansas' Gar Hunters, Fishermen Organize to Wage an Unusual Battle LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 20 .(UPI — Arkansas' gar hunters and gar lisli- cnncn have joined forces to brina lo Ihe state one of its most unusual sports ill many a year. Meeting here last night, the sportsmen organized n statewide gar club and planned 11 joint bow and arrow and gnr fishing junket on the picturesque White River. :, : The White River excursion will be held next August at the point where Big Lagrue joints the White. The bow hunters have been lured to the spot with tales of monster eight- foot alligator and sword bill gar in quantity. Franklin Seford of Little IlocS and Dr. S. A. Drcnncn of Stuttgart were elected co-presidents of the new organization. Arkansas State; and field judge, Curlin, Vfinderbilt. Score by Quarters: Hlythcvillc 0 7 0 7—H Paragould 7 0 0 0—7 Game Statistics B'ville P'g'ld First downs 12 9 Net yds. gained rush. 188 11G Passed al templed 4 Bj Passes completed •! G Yards gained passing 58 -14 Fumbles 5 3 Punts 3 3 Avi7. Yds. per punt 31 30 KUkoffs • 3 :i Avis', yds. per kickotf 35 34 Penalties 1 for t!5 yds. '2 for 2!) Individual Kccords Yols Win 12-0 Over Bears to Avenge Losses NASHVILLE. Tenn., Sept, £0. (UP) — Things were anything but hopeless for the Nashville V.ils today after their crushing 12 to 0 victory over Mobile last night that kept them still in the lun- ning for the Southern Association Shaughnessy Playoff crown. The Vols Ixnmced back after two straight lickings in tlie playoff finals, pounding three Bear imr- lers for an even dozen hils to give Bob Rush a seven-hit mo'jnd victory. One wns a home run by Roy E'nsterwood with one aboard in the third. The loss left Mobile still needing two victories to cop the playoffs. Had the Bears won. it woul.l have been their seventh st.'iight win without a defeat in Shaughnessy play. Paul Miner, who started for Mobile but was iifted in the fourth, • vas charged with Lhe loss. The scries resumes here tonight. Wofld Softball Meet Finals Start Tonight CLEVELAND. Stpt. 20. (UP) — The Fort Wayne, Incl., Zollners aii'l the Hanford, Calif.. Kings meet tonight in the featured upper bracket finals in the 15th annual World's Softball Tournament, while the lower bracket piay-off pita the Clear- vvater, Pla., Bombers against Toronto. The Zollners and Kings are undefeated, while the Bombers will match a 3-1 record against the Canadians 4-1 mark in tlie tournament which will end with tomorrow's rhampionship game. Seminoles Lick Piggott Team, 19 to 6 OSCEOLA. Sept. 20.—Tlie Osceola Scmlnolc.s. sparked by the brilliant running and passing of quarterback Bobby Dean Reid romped over the Piggott Mohawks 19 lo 6 at tlie high school athletic field here lust niptht In their second game of the 1947 grid sea.son. It WHS Osceola all'the way through Ihc game as Reid, along with halfbacks Paul Stillwcll nnd Jim Shaneyfelt and end Henry Griffin, reeled off long gains to sparkplug the Seminoles offense. Reid accounted for two of the Seminoles touchdowns on long end sweeps and assisted with the third when his pass to Shaneyfelt was completed. Starting- mn Osccohi II. Griffin Pendergrast .. Ilnthorne .... Kersey Langston Barber ... Walker .. field J. .Shaneyfelt P. Stihvcll ... E. Shaneyfelt ^i|is: I'os. L.E. L.T. L.G. . C. . R.G. n.T. U.K. Q.B. L.H. R.H. P.B. PJEBott . J. Nettles .... Harher ... Stewart .. Johnson Clark ... Jackson ... Ballard Keitll ... Morgan Underwood .. Gibcomb Dodgers Face Braves in Final Tilt Needed to Get League Flag H.V JOHN (United Press Sporls Writer) NEW YORK, Sept. 20. (UP) — Today could he the tomorrow that never comes, the "next year" in "wait till next year," for the Brooklyn Dodgers nnd their Flatbush faithful. "Robbed" of pennants in '42 and '4G Just when they seemed to have them in their grasp, the Dodgers had only to beat the Boston Braves in their game at Ebbels Field today to reign as National League champions. Lefty Vic Lombard!, the li!g litlle man of the Brooklyn pitching staff, W!1S slated lo go to tiie mound to try to wrap it up. For the Braves it wns scheduled to be Johnny Sain, us anxious to gain his 20th victory as tlie Dodgers are to clinch the flag. ' In St. Louis, Ihe Cards were scheduled to send George Monger to the hill against. Bob Chipm.ui of the Chicago Cubs. But the Cards mast win all of their remaining 10 games and the Dodgers must lose all of their remain- ing eight for there to bs anolhcr post-season playoff. The Cards managed to hang on to tnnt slimmest of hopes yesterday ; shen they ended a six-game losing slrcnk by beating the Chicago Cubs, 5 to 2. in a night game Skinny soulhpaw Al Brazle held the Cubs to seven hits, but had to have help from Howie Pellet ir [lie ninth Inning when the Bruins loaded the bases with one out Pollct got the side out a run nnd saved victory. without Brazlc's 13th BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTIIEUN MiAGUE (Sliauglinessy i'litj-of)') W. L. Pel. Mobile ............... 2 1 .fiSfi Nashville ............ 1 2 .333 Meroney Books Marconi for Monday Night Frank Marconi, a ncwcomc.-. and Floyd Byrci will meet Tex Etiley and Lefty Pacer in th" tag match feature of the American Legion wrestling program Monday night- Marconi, a 200-pound strongman, has been a favorite or Memphis wrestling fans for a number of years but will be making his lirit appearance in the local ring. Pro- meter Mike Meroney rntsd the newcomer as n very t:il«iti>d grip- pier and cue of the strongest wrestlers that he had. ever seen. The other three members oi Monday night's ciiinrtet. need no Intro- ! riuction here. Riley, the former! junior light heavyweight king, has | been a favorite of Blytiioville fans for many years. His fiery temper and dislike for mat villians bus won him a No. 1 rating' with the local .'ans. Byrd and Paeer are a couple of oldtimers who have been appearing on Meroney's show for more than a decade. Kven though lie is a master of underhand tactics, Byrd has gained quite a bit In popularity in the past few weeks by his frequent fueds with Meroney. T.vo one-fall preliminary matches are scheduled to precede the main event with Riley anci Byrd tangling in tlie firsi and Pacer and Marconi meeting in the second. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Brooklyn 01 55 St. Louis 81 63 Boston . New York Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh Philadelphia AMERICAN Mew York Boston Detroit Cleveland Philadelphia Chicago Washington St. Louis HI IS .... 71 615 .... 60 .... 53 LEAGUE W i, 93 5-1 .. . 79 ...78 ...77 . . . 74 ...67 ... BO ...55 Pet. .«23 .563 .547 .523 .477 .452 .408 .404 .Pet. .033 .541 .534 .531 .&07 .459 .414 .379 Terry Moore, given a new automobile and other presents in pre game ceremonies, quickly repaid by slashing a biises-loadcd single in the first inning to send the Cards off in front. Al Schoeneliensf'hm} three hits. Including a double and Enos (Country) Slaughter homer- ed for St. Louis, while Bill Nicholson poked his 24lh homer for Chicago. Chicago Cub third-baseman I airy lowrey was lost for the rest of tlie season when he disloriled his shoulder in a sixth-imnn E crash with shortstop Bob Sturgeon ] The only other major-le.icuc < game scheduled yesterday, the Boston Reel Sox—Washington Senators game, was called at the end of two innings on account of i-iin the Heel Sox leading al the time' '* to 0. The giime will he replayed as part of a doubleheader today. Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE (Shaughnessy Playoff) Nashville 12. Mobile 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis 5, Chicago 2. AMERICAiS 7 LEAGUE Washington at Boston, rain. Only game. College Grid Season Opens as Little Furman Almost Upsets Georgia Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUK (Shaughnessy PlayofI) Mobile at NashvilJe. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston at Brooklyn, Philadelphia at New York. Chicago nt st» Louis, night. Only games. • Here's a way to make old trucks look new-quick. Drive them in and say, "I want an 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 the trucks need them. The cost? Not great. The result? Marvelous. Act now. Get your trucks"Ap- pcarancc Reconditioned." GIT THKJ TOO, WHIN YOU GIT YOUR TRUCKS "APPEARANCE RICONDITIONtD" Hot Water Heater and Dofroilert • S«rt Cov«ri • EUlon Electric Sanders • Saf-T-Slep- SOS fir. Guard • Wriii Automotive Chemicals • Spot Liahll.FcglighltaTld Driving ligriU- Cfeaiflnc* lights, Flagt, Flarei, Directional Stgnal>, other Safely Devktv. 3/2 SOUTH 2»P ST. PHONE863 INTERNATIONAL Trucks Kentucky Hourhon Whiske Old Faithful is back Barrett Hamilton, Inc. 'Flying Saucers' Quickly Explained After Chicks Lick Paragould Bulldogs The flying saucer scare which had most of the nation jitlcry a couple of months ago broke out again In Blythevilie this morning when several citizens reported sec- ing liltle while things chasing each other across the North sky last nighl. Thinking (hat Ihe reports were just the after effects of last night's spine thrilling football snme bcUveen the Blylhcvillc Chicks and liic Paragould Dull- dags, a Courier NCAS Reporter checked the numerous reports only to find that the "saucers" and "flying debris from Ihc New Orleans hurricane." were flood lighls from carnival showing in .Steclc, Mo. Texas > sainst Texas Tern, nnd Orc- Ocmaret Paces Linksmen I K°" a&'"'st Montana state. [ Hiuhlinhl of the games in the ATLANTA. Ga . Sept. :!tx tUPi East is tlie meeting between South- Jimmy Dcrnarct. Ojai. Calif., co- i eastern conference rivals who huvc favorite, enjoyed a slim nnc-sirokc ; 1)ccu .'outcd as .stronit—Mississippi advan'.agc today over a closly ' " ml 'Kentucky. In Ihe Midwest. lly KAIiL WRIGHT (United J'rcss Sporls Writer) NEW YORK, Sept. 20. (UP) — Off to a wavering start last night with the I near-upset of mighty Georgia by little Furman, tlie 1947 colletjuitc football season picks up steam today as big gridiron powers in several sections swing into action. Arkansas, defending champions of the Southwest Conference, was not expected to have too difficult a time against Northwestern Louisi• ana. AiTiOng the other top-notch I team:, getting under way arc Penn Slate, playing Washington State, Iowa Afainst, North Dakota Stale. Oklahoma Aggies against Kansas Slate. Missouri anainst St. Louis, Hardiii-Simmons against Trinity, Texas Assies against Southwestern. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Philadelphia. Washington al Boston (2). Cleveland at Detroit (2;. St. Louis at Chicago. bunched, star-sprinkled field of golt.f.Vi who entered (lie third round or the $10.000 North Fullon Cj>eii lournament. Demnrct coupled a Uvo-nmlcr par C!) ycstcrdaj' with his opening (lay card ot 71 to tola] no i or 3G holes. Texas Christian's night, battle a- gains! powerhouse Kansas holds Ihe .'tiotliHht while in Ihe far West t.-Jo traditional standouts, California and Bnnta Clara come lo grins. Ai^;! all of the "big" learns would hn glad lo escape the fright thai j little Furtiiaii gave Georgia. Shorn of their great triple- Ihrealer, Charley Trippi, the Georgia team was held to a scoreless tie for the first three periods. The Furman "Purple Hurricane." taking their cue from the current tropical storm, had Charley Johnson crash through for a touchdown that gave them a 7-0 lead. Georgia put on power plays and ' desperately pushed over the tying • challenger foj touchdown on a two-yard plunge ' crowu today by Billy Henderson. But it. took a I pcilone oi New- last minute par-- from Johnny Ranch to Dan Edwards to save the victory for Ihc Sugar Bowl champions. Mississippi, reported lo be on the competitive upswing, will be under 1 2 Boxers Miss Chance At Welterweight Crown NEW YORK. Sept. 20. fUP) Because of Tony Pcllonc's stupidity and Tony Janiro's poundage. Ray (Sngari Robinson still lacked a his ..veUenvcighl Yesterday's filar — Al iHecl) Schocndienst, whose three hits pa-ed a 13-hil attack uhich kept st Louis' faint pennant, hopes alive with a 5 to 2 win ever Chicago. New theater Manila's Finest Shows EVKKV NIGHT Box Opens Week Days 1:00 p.rq Matinee Saturday & Sunday Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing Saturday 'Oregon Trail Scouts" :i Republic Ticlurc wilh Short Subjects Saturday Owl Show "PACIFIC ADVENTURE' A Columljri Picture Also Shorts Sunday and Monday "Last of the Red Men" A Columbia I'icture Wilh Short Subjects achj 'he guidance of a new Johnny Vaught. in their tussle with Kentucky. Hopes of Ole' Miss arc centered chirfly on their nll- Southcrn conference halfback, Charley Concry. York seemingly was deprived of a Winter shot nt Robinson's title when he lost another 10-round decision to Jnniro or, O.. helorc 13,094 al Madison Square Garden last night.1 •Baby-faced Janiro will be unable coacn.' to challenge for the 1947 title, de- imile-faccd New Yorkei. he no longer can make the weight, .spite his second victory over thn Jnniro had riiKicuHies paring clown to last night's 150 pounds. Porkers Open Season FA'YETTEVILLE. Ark.. Sept. 20. (UP)—The University of Arkansas Razorbacks. co-chamjfions of the Southwest Conference last year, he- Ban a 10-gan:c schedule here today against Northwest Louisiana State College. Read Courier News Want Ads BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Scats on Sale at the Legion Arena fvom 6 p. m. Every Monday ... (VDULTS 45c — CHILDREN I5c Mondoy, Sept. 22nd < Ta * included) ; BOX SEATS Vic EXTRA TAG MATCH FRANK MARCONI and FLOYD BYRD versus TEX RILEY and LEFTY PACER ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30 MINUTE MATCHES Frank Marcioni Tex Riley VS. Lefty Pacer YS. Floyd Byrd Opens at 6:15 p.m.; Starts 7:15 p.m. Last Time Today "Wild Bill Hickok Rides" Bruce Calml and Tonslancc Bennett Final Chapter: "Lost City of Ihc Jungle"; Also Shorts Saturday Midnitc Show Starts at 10:15 p.m. "Alias Mr. Twilight" with Mkh.irl Dll.uic and Trml.v Marshall Also -Shorts ITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today "THREE on a TRAIL" with Hopalons Cassidy Cartoon and 2nd Chaplcr of "Furplc Monster Strikes" Saturday Owl Show "JUNGLE FLIGHT" wilh crl I.owerV ami Ann Savage Also Short Sunthi.v, Monday and Tuc.sday^ People spoke only in whispers of this man and the girl who lived THREE GIRLS in BLUE" (In Technicolor) wilh June Haver, George Montgomery Vivian Bl.ilnc Paramount News and Shorts rift dn» EiTjMM unaac w 8v«3i urn mim L I ^^^HB^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^ i Frcn t*t ri£:t B! Tit Silu;J»y EUM*[ tut J ltr>ile;ultt:itttirt!tJ 1 rariliei rtrtcn? T arner Bros. News anil Cartoon

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