The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1947 · Page 7
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1947 niATHEVII.I.E (ARK.) COUKIKK N'KWS 'ine Bluff Zebras To Meet thicks Here Friday Night; 'ops Play Jonesboro Thursday H \vill l,e another fooball double-header for BlyUievillc i this week with both i u ° P?.)vyyi»- «,i,i ciiicks sc-Miijr fiction. + '— "...' __ Wild Weekend Upsets Hit SEC Georgia Tech, Butts' Bulldogs Ride High in Conference Scramble The Papooses, fresh from a week's ] I'est, will journey 10 Jnnesboro • Thursday night for a game with 1 heir old rivals, the Whirlwinds, lind the Chicks will entertain an- lither nig 16 Conference !oe, the 'ins Bluff Zebras, at Haley Fiel.l l r jj|S.iy night. I ^IP Pa Paps-Jonesboro hit was ori- scheduled for Friday night lint was moved up unlil Thursday I light due tn conflicting dates with |:hc Hurricanes homecoming gam? |.vith ihe fan Smith Grizziics. Tills contest will lie one of th»' J norr important games for Pop's iPaps. and will be their first of ilw lieason against an annual foe. Both |:ca.ms will be fighting to protect l.mdefeated records and regardless |)f the outcome, this game is gene- I'ally a well-played aflair. HV WA---.-I,:. \v. scmvi:n tlnilcil Press Spnrts \Vrller ATLANTA. Ga . Or I fi. (UP>- • The Rambling wreck from Toch anrt Wily Wally Butts' Bulldogs— !rc riding hljh in the Rm:ih- Strong opposition is expected : I","!™' Co""™"* «:m m hle to- |:rom the Jonesboro clan, coached •> nflcl a " othel l.his year by Lowell Nelson and De'.l IJettlemire. Tlie Whirlwinds showed PAGE SEVEN Rizzuto Mokes Double Ployoncl Two Yards Over Center Army-Illinois Tilt May Answer Question of Cadets' Strength v;ilri upsets. . The amazing mortality JllaVheiTofpower with "a pair of wins J 1 , 1 . 1 .?"?. lhe fl>vorert flock lilready this season. They thtimpe.1 l:he Junior Seminolos of O.sccola 2! bdma, saw | a Slat*, Tennessee. Ahl-J Florida, Mississippi State ii to 0 I ;o 7 a couple of weeks ago and brecz- ' a " d NVr *- h Carolina take it on tl: chin BS form took another holiday lor the Dixie behemoths Georgia Tech was a slight lav- orlte. to tame Tulane at New Or- |:d by the Newport Juniors 2ii :asl week. The game here Friday night will I je the renewal of an age-old rivalry. I rhe Zebras are generally a strong j ' CBn! >. but the elegant I igercgatlon and this year is no ex- '. st °mped on the Grcenies 20-0. hepuon. They had things easy las'. ' vas tllc second straight for Hob- wcek. defeating Port Smith 34 to 0 rough and ready opcrn- . 3UI they will be expecting a harder ! lil ' cs - who previously had goruud ;ime when they take on the Chicks rtow " Tennessee 27-0. Ajir- chicks arc still lookinu for '• Bllt whcrc Tccn nad "' ready K:- itibnferencc win. and if they pUv ! rlvcd as thc clllb to bc ' at for SEC :he brand of ball this' week that. ! lnllrels - Georgia was on the way tc ;hcy did last week, thev could end I challen B" 1 B Mr the top spot. Bat:hat search. Howevcr.'the Chicks"' re(lJ , H " 7 by N ' orlh Carolina the nave defeated Pine Bluff onlv once ! P re « di "g w«lt, the Bulldogs ;ince the two teams have been play- s P° lttld IJ3 U lead at Athcn* | Ing, trial was ill 19«. I So far this season Coach George. I Terry's Mules have won Saturday and then came soarir;; :k with a 35-1!) conquest. lost to Fordyce the next week and J rolled over Port Smith with case last week. They employ the single I wing formation with an unbalanced „„ „ H u S Hes H " stlcs Phil Riz/.uio, Yankee shortstop, flies through th ing Dixie Walker's grounder, touching sercnd Walker for a doubl Ky JOHN CKIKI'IN | Lenum. rivnl. which proved* Its Utullm Pren* Slinrls Wrlterl ' power hsl week hi' crushing flvrn- NEW YORK. Oct. 0. lUPI —Tile reuse, 28 lo 1. ' last days of the famed Army nn- i l,"i>Khc.riis ,Mrrt Oklahoma bcnlen Mrenk may be licking awny j The Tcxns I.onghorn.v riding a lo<lay ns the 1947 Cadets »lrd them- j crest o; i>resllBe ns a re-stilt of Ihelr sch'M for their game next Sat-j ridiculously easy'34 to 0 rout of urd«y with power-laden Illinois. strong North Carolina and Choo 'Hie clash of Ihe soldiers nml Choo .Justice, will langle with Okla- Ihr Rose Howl champions ts the, i honm., which stopped the Tcxns choice Item on the weekend card, i Agglc.s last .Saturday. 20 to 14. which Includes lests (or nearly all , Georgia Tech, assuming thc pro- the hlRhly-toutod teams inr.lucliug pnrllniw of one of thc 8oulhca.il'* Notre Dame, Michigan. Pcnn, nnd i lop teams ns n result of n 20 to Texas. The Illlnl. minus specdboylo win over Tulnne, Is not expected Ruddy Young, are not supposed lo to have much trouble with VMI. Ix: us strong this senson ns they ' Caixilinn will try to come- hack were U.it year when they won the, nmilnsl tough Wake Forest, whllo ItlR nine »nd roae bowl champion- i Duke, victors over Tennessee, 10 ships, mil they (rumpled confer- ; (n 7. has a chance lo move way met rlv»l Iowa last Srluidny. 35 ' up In Ihe national rankings lii lo 13. and figure to lie strong ' their name with Navy, enough to »sk Army Ihe h!g ques- | in other top Southwestern games, "on: Alabama plnvs DmiucMie, Georgia Aio the cartels, without Glenn ! faces Kenhirky, t/iuklnna Slate, n.ivls and Doc Fllnnchard, slill tn ; meets (lie Texas Aguics, and Tube reckoned a.i candidates for (he : lane faces Hire In an Intenccllonitl national championship? i game. 'Hie caddis followed up their, Tlie Miinnesoln ..'. Northwestern opening victory over Vlllnnnva by meeting Is n big Mem In the Mlrt- Miitshlng « wenk Colorado team. ; west, while Ohio Ktate tries to 47 lo 0. last week In a game ih.nl give ih,. n| K Nine (Is fourth win tn did not sound Ihoh strength. j tlvf Irlrs, analnsl the Pacific Const Notre Dame does not face qiille ' ngnlm). Sonlhern Cal. "s slern a test In Purdue, one of i c.'nhfnniln Is favored to gl\V the Kobinsnn, Dodger Mrst sarker, nllcr ,t«k-) ihr big nine's wrnker teams, 'I1>e [ wrM .1 win In (his duel In Ihelr V/olfc and Robert* Palred-to Meet '^ Marconi and Byrd Joe Wolfe and Red Roberts wlij combine forces against, Frank Mir- conl mid'Floyil Byrd in the tM mnlch feature of the American'Le- sion's weekly wrestling projr«m »t tlic Arena tonight In whut m«y prove to be one of the rougheit matches ever slaved here. TIUs quartet of inatmen Is noted for roiiiih and tumble ability »nd each has his own way of deillni with cvppmienU. Mnrcniir and Byrd ore expected to shnw Roberts nnd Wolfe * b*d lime with their combined strontium tactics. While Marconi U Ijookeri as one of the strongest grapplers In the business, the diminutive Ilyrd possesses complete knowf- edj-o of how to apply power where It will do Ihe most good. Wolfe nnd Roberts, on the ojhet liiinel. are both veterans of the crunl and groan business and know hiiw to handle most any •Situation, liobcrts, n six-foot plus, 210-pound- n. hn.s been n favorite In the rlnj heic for a number of years. OpenhtB Ihe show, two one-fall preliminary matches will feature clashes between Byrd nnd Roberts nnd Marconi anrt Wolfe. SUrtlni lime Is 8 o'clock. to re lire Jackie, and lining the ball lo first to nail .seioiul baseiiiiin. is ill Icfl. This nmisiml nctlon pholo, one of the best of the current series, was made by Acme. Photographer Kdd'.e Jerry, In the first Inning of ilia sixth sump ns the nndccrs won. 8-(i. (NEA Telrphnto.) , " , . they know how use , The Chicks will begin their prs- body's dopesheet—and tlien wcSeh- cd in with a 14-7 stunner over nf ,. . , . , Alabama Salurdav when one same practice sessions this after- , „,„.„„. H oilnier's tosses went noon at the Country Club and it is ' expected that Head Coach Firman Bynum will put them through awry. 'Gatnrs Mnurn Loss . ... , , There was mourning al Gnncs- | rough grmd for thc next day or so. i vi][( , p|a _ , odRy ovc ";. , h( , M r . The Tribe came out of the Little Rock contest last Friday night in good shape and barring any accidents this week they should be in tip-top condition by Friday night. Yorfc, fa.. Pro Wins I Reading Open Tourney I failure o Ray wolf's Florida Gators against underrated North Texas Stale Teachers. Likewise the 'i-0 jolt sustained by Mississippi Etatc at the hands of Michigan state left Maroon supporters in an unhappy Crame of mind. Two other SEC outfits. Auburn and Kentucky, both flashed creditable performances in competition Shea To Toss For Yanks In Final Game of World Series IIV l.KO II. IM-rri'lISKN ; is a sure-fire rally stopper, ttinllccl Press Sj'itrts K(lit.ir) j And in Iho otilcr Ciiinp. many NEW YORK. Oct. 6. t UP)— Burl thought that ihe ssa'je was .scl lor Shotton, a gray haired old man who i Sevens to emulate his previous p Is used to such things, asked his . formance. They figured that Hi! Brooklyn Dodgers to come up with time he would plve up any idca.s of one more miracle today against the in no-hitter and concentrate on New York Yankees in the seventh Ilinding Ihe plate, a talent in whi.-h and deciding same of thc World i he was sadly lacking in his epochal Series. [performance al F.bbe.l.s Field when He could come up with nothing;. ! 10 bases on balls blotted his othr: He '••ad. no starting pitcher—at ] wise incomparable hurling, least that was what he said—and he j That Gionfrictdo, or nllv other left had a starting lineup which usually fielder could, duplicate such a c\ 'i j is shot with substitutes at game's I as he made on the ball tint Di 'end. 1 , Maggio expected to lie a Hue ui i All tic had wa.s a ^io:ip uf "never '• homer yesterday was Inconccivp.rih 1 . | say die" ball players that the ex- j That Dixie Walker could shoot up ports insisted never belonged on j his glove hand against thc barrier the same field with tlie veteran and [and snag another "blcatrher-rtcstin- polished Yankees, nut there they led" diivc in rUht field, such as he were, backing him up in his bid ; retrieved off the bat of Henrich i to become thc first manager of a , yesterday also \cas less th;ni prob- ball club ever lo win a seven game ] able. i world scries afler dropping lhe first j Tlie folks who liked Ihe Yankees Iwo contests. The Bums evened the, | were wondering if perhaps it wasn't On Guard time for the Dodcer hick to r game count at three and three yesterday with an 8 to (j victory. | —_^. Only one thing was certain. Thc i t huilcr among his 10 possibilities Airline Wins Bet who he \va.s to chooose as starter faced Frank "Spec" Shea.| STARKVILLE. Miss.'. Oct. 0. (UP) he pitcher who came the closest , _ Thc chicaRr) all( , southern Air- to pitching a no-hit game in all nines won a fabulous bet toriay-M - Nubutly aUcjiciin^ Uie Forces Animals Memorial Fund Show nt Chelsea, England, bothered Mity.i, the mitiiiilnre tlnchs- h 111 id. As photo shows, hnr friend nnd qimrcliati, thc hi^ St. Bernard She, wiis the reason. rlsh opened last week by routing ! match with Wisconsin, I'ltlMmrgh, 40 to 6. while Purdue] In ntlier lending games, Sinn- surprised Ohln Stale. 24 lo iO. i fmd plays Santa Clara. UCLA Michigan, reporlcd lops In the ' goes against Oregon. 1'eiin Stale is big nine, follows up il.s 40 to i:i ; a heavv favorite galn.it Fordhnn) brce/.c over Slnnford by [nchii: : Holy Crns.s nml vlllamivn urn rated IMltslnirgh. T'he gnme is expeclecl | nenr-even. Hurvard faces Vhtiinln. In he n measuring stick for both I Colgate plays Cornell, ami iioslnn Michigan find Notre Dnme. : College faces Kansas Stale Penn's JiiBgcrnniit, which rinlten- • The p re\as - Oklnhotim iitssln Is «d llttlr I-aFnyctle. 59 to 0, goes the No one game on the i^-Lday up analiwt Us toughest oli.Mnr.le 1 night program, wllh 'rcxns Clirls- fur In Dartmouth, nn Ivy [ linn -. Miami. KMU-Oklnliomn Ag- I i:ie.s, nnd Arkansas — nnylor gatne.5 adding to the tun. NOTICE TO PUBLIC The law offices of Gene E. Bradley have lioen moved to 411 W. Main. (Across street from Montgomery Ward.) From where I sit... l> Joe MarsK Thanks for frhe Memory ng a field I of the nation's top golfers in the You know, p*opln rending 1 In their dally »ml weekly pjincni-' • boiit the failure of prohibit ion In dry coitntlcii In ArlttinflfW «r« more mid moro I'ccaHlnp tin; utter failure of imtlonnl prolnhl- llon. ^^^Rt'I» somcihln^ fmportnnl all of us oliUlmera can recall. Ttvlre thnf election up In Tuck- no n County rccontty, \vhon tho.-to folk.t overwhelmingly rcjeclod prohibition for continued tcgnl JtnleJi and control of alcoholic btveragftB. A well known Arknn- *fts jurtfic. who had been t:in:uit •Itid^c of .7 nckson Conn ty undo r nttionnl prohibition, rccnllrd how horrible contlilton.s lnul boon in that county when bootlo^^ern' and moonahlnerR were runnlnj' wild. Well, It didn't tnlto thnsr Jackfion County folks lonp; tn ftpire out the nnnwer to thnt one! A lot of |IJO<K| folk,-* JuHt nAniR n«t openly mid nnld tlioy didn't wntiL any part of (hut la\v- IcMnea* ngalri! And up in Veil founty, ion, juut Imfoi-.- llu' .IncltfiDti County ulontion. IhtKin folltH rejected pro- hlblllon with nil it.i eviln. Thnt sepin.s like n mighty tfimd aJgn to inc. Appnrrnlly nil we need h lo hnvo thnt old nleepy memoiy of oui-fi prodded nnco iti a whtlo.'nml thpn \vr nre not t\*\ likely to mnkn the yamc nil.HtnUc twice! T^roin where. 1 ;•", il loo1<M like Ihauft .Inckann n.ul Yell County folks, in retuhilntf lepnl Riilrn nnd control or iilrnhnllc bevornpfn, wern dclcrmlnnl to preserve Ihn How nf tiix ilollurs Into our histi- tutlann whero It doc;i the mofll Krmil. WHY SIIOULI> THKV J|]i]l,P nOOTLRCCKUS, WHO PAY NO TAXES? But the lurther decline of an$10,000 Reading Opeit Golf Tour- I ° thpr conference club. Tennessee intent. garrison, winner of the Reno I Open crown toured the 12-holes in | seven-nnder-par 277 to edge South African Champion Bobby Locke by three strokes. Skip Alexander. Lexington. N. C.; Dave Douglas. Wilmington. Dsl., I and peorge Paytou, Hampton, Va., had 2B8's to finish in a fifth place deadlock. Ellsworth Vines, Los An- •Ics; Arthur Clark. Uniontown. Pa.: Al Smith, Winston Salem, N. C. r and otto Griner, Baltimore, were tied for sixth with 28RX added zest lo the challenge of Duke for primacy In the Southern whirligig. The Blue Devils carved out A convincing 19-7 win at Knoxville | over the Vols. Already conquerors of North Carolina State the Devils now were making menacing motions in the direction of .Carl Snavr/ty's North Carolina Southern Conference Champs. The Tar Heels wcrs tepid at Austin ii\ taking a .14-0 triming from Texas as the activity of Choo Choo JJustice was severely curtailed. I FARM MACHINERY, | PROPERLY MAINTAINED, BRINGS PRIDE AND PROFIT 10 THE OWNER! Have you considered (he losses you suffer financially through carelessness and neglect nf farm machinery'? Your machinery, properly serviced and repaired — phis proper storage when 'not in use— will serve you better and last longer. Why not put all your farm machinery in our hands for repair? \\'e jrive free estimates beforehand, enabling you to approximate tlie cost. 3/2 SOUTH 2!L D ST. PHONE863 Hal Gregg, a 'problem kid" | lor Saturday's game with Michigan "Hlomobtle struck the side ol pitcher, who has been particularly j State. impressive in the Series even though ! When the chartered plane, return- he wasn't around at the memorable j ed here safely the associated nvia- i ~ finish when Sevens gave up thF.l . lion underwriters put its million ! one losing hit in the game that | bucks back in lhe safe—and kept shall be remembered as the greatest [ thc $55. bridge over the Chattahoochee. Rlv- [ cr. ARKANSAS COMMITTEE, UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION MACO »OYD, STATE DIRECTOR ...-102 PYRAMID BtDG., UTILE ROCK, ARK. in World Scries history. For Gro;;s icc^t the ledgers in ! in that game mull Cookie Proclaim October ' Recruiting Month Lavagetto delivered that hit with ' two out nnd two on in the ninth inning of the fourth game at Brooklyn. Had it not been for Gregg's Mavor.s K, R. Jackson of Blyth r pitching. which won't be remember- ; \ille and E. R. Bcn-a;i o[ Luxora cd ns long as Lavagetto's hit. there : have issued proclamations, o'cclarin- would be no seventh game at the : the month of October as US Army stadium today. i nnd Air Force Recruiting month ff Gregg could do it, he not only j in the proclamation the mayors would rank as the one Dodger start- urged citizens of Blythcvillc and ing and finishing pitcher in this i Luxora to participate throughout wildest of all world scries, but he ' Octobjr In the assistance V>f the Ar- would Iw a hero to rate along with ; my n;id Air Force in the "procure- Lavajetto. .strong-armed Hugh Cas- j inent of the maximum number of cy. \vho.has come in to stop Yaiv- i enlistments." "The Army and Air Force of tii^ nation is essential to the preservation of our liberty and the coiuin- ' lied development of ihn science of -icrday. aviation and thc scientific aclvnnr:-- • oclds. a.s usual, were apainst mcnt of the US Army are vital to' uprisings in tive out of the six inrs. and the littlicst Dodger of -m a'l. Al Gtonfriddo. who cann -virii Iiie biggest catch of them j •jdgeis. The Yankees were i take the payoff game, ftnd ,ii the lineups bore out those irade and conimrrre of a world", the mayors pointed OKI. •• while the Dodgers had thc "lion guys," like Casey, l,av- Gionfriddc. Peewce Reese lie Stanky, the Yankees had pros—Joltin' Joe. MONTEREY, Mass. (UPi-Whcn! Pamela Gilchrist, recovering from . . „ „ , . whooping cough. observed h°r ; Henrich, George Sllrmvciss Hght birthday, her party gucst.s izzuto and their colleagues - wcre five playm!l t cs ^ conval- escin;; from the disease. • n;:. tliat was enough Jor thc book" ':rr. c . Fir Gresrg \\-ns a gamble. So were ;J1 of the other Dodger starntr; pitrhcn=;. And of the relief crew, only oid tavern-keeper Ca.scy, who .>vmboh?,cs the twilipht of a great, baseball career because he never :ipprars in the game until the shadows arc deep on the infield prass, •LYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWES) ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERK1 Hcacrred Scats on Sale at th* Legion Arena from f> p. m. Every Monday \DULTS 'l. r ic — CHILDREN I5c Monday. Octobtr 6th |T " »»fimic<i) BOX SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH FLOYD'BYRD^''"" " Opens at li:30 p.m.; Starts 7:00 p.™, Tonight TWO SHOWS 1st Show 7:00 p.m. 2nd Show 0:30 p.m. "DUEL IN THE SUN" SliyrrinR .Ipunlfcr .lories, Grcjjnry Perk .lostTph CoKcn (IN T TEC1INIC01.0IU\ rnrnmmml Nn\v.i anrt ShoVta MARCONI versui JOE WOLFE and RED ROBERTS ALSO TWO 1-FALL, 30-M1NUTE MATCHES Frank Marconi Wolfe Floyd Byrd vs. Red Robert Tuesday "THE SEAWOLF" ivlih Ivdivjird <;. 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Good aiili-fropjco will ho soiree bcfni'o very Innjr. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: .Monday & Tuesday . LADDV THE BEST! AUN Uuu GAIL BUSSELL WILLIAM BENDIX * Warner News and C»»e<r

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