IK5HT BLYTHEVILLE ('ARK.) COURIER 'NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 194T Zebra Gridmen in Blytheville for Annual Game With Chicks; Two Backfield Men Disabled How Chieki and Ztbrai Will Compare: BfcrtbcriH* Pin* Bluff I ElltoU .. • Koonti . I Garner I Hodge .. , Doolln , i Berry .. J Hoover I Huey .. J Simon . I Gentry . ! Allm .. No. M . 83 55 «3 M 61 50 42 49 51 47 Wt. no • 170 165 175 160 170 145 Kb 165 150 160 tea. L.E. L.T. L.G. C. R.G. R.T. R.E. Q.B. TJ.B. R.n F Wl. 155 1811 163 153 MS 163 142 140 117 No. 36 . 52 38 27 34 is 41 50 Player . Ornwder Chambllss , Hanklns .. Duncan Burnpftss . O'Keefe ... Mann Itfonfc .... Bodlo Lane .... Jones Th« Blytto«»ill» High School C. -raws, itlll looking lor » con- Itrtnct Ylctory, will hit the warpnth for the fifth lime this year tonight when th*y meet the strong Pine Bluff Sebras »t nnley Field. Op»nin« kiclcoff Unit 1» « o'clock. And for th« fourth Urn* thl« sea'son Iht Chicle* will Uikr Hie lield >»U<1 M the urid»rdogs, but thl« time not quit* an much »s they were wf,«n th»y met the n Dorado Wildcat*, the Mestick Panthers mid thr LitiSe Bock Tig«v«. + • The Chick* wound up a week ol hard practice lart night with a 4re«Md rther&at under the tt Haley Field where lh«y tfirough dummy acrini passing and punting. Tht Chick* will work, tonight without the services of two backfield regulars, quarterback Jack Elliott «nd halfback Harold Traylor. Elliott li still ailing from a head Injury and ha* been absent from pr«cl'ice sessioiu for the past two weeks. Traylor reported lo practice drill" Wednesday afternoon af- U>r a two-week absence but will not see service In tonight's contest. Touchdown Pass Two Wildcat '*« r " I Teams Tangle In El Dorado Caruthersville Gridmen to Meet Sikeston Tonight CAIlUTHKRSVIIiE, Mo., Oct. 10. —The Carulhrrsville Tlgerc, wllh the la.sic of a 13-6 upset victory over Poiilar Bluff I;LS|, Friday nlglil still li-rsli, no against Uie stroiiK Sikeston UuJIdogs on the gridiron litre to'nlsht at 7:30. , MIs.sInK from Ihe slartitiK lineup that Co;ic)> Kmil Bocpple released today will 1><? two Tiger principals in UK- bacltMo!d--Capt. Blackie Tar- p!ey ami trlplc-threalcr Crawford. Tarplry was Injured In tlie name here two weeks ago with Havtl and subsequent examination of his leu disclosed a lorn ligament. He ha.s hten sidelined /or lh« mast part, since but may be able to get It] some of Ihe Hikeston fracas although he l.s not slnrting. Crawford, injured when he received a wrenched shoulder two days Ijcforr Hie spR.son's o]>enin£ game v,'ltli Hayli. gol'lnto the game with Hrtytl scvpriil moments, had the shoulder wrenched again and, while 11 did not keep him entirely out of the same wllh Poplar Bluff, he II been considerably handicapped Iro soreness. Sikeslon if. bjinninx a heavy, fast team aealn.sl, Carutliersville. Their stai-tliiK lineup as announced by Goacli Lou Bnna outweighs the Tig- Cof/ege Gridman Seeks Seminoles to play To Regain Amateur Rank Carle Bulldogs Tonight RICHMOND. \'n., Oct. 9. (UP) — A Unlveiflly of Richmond Iiesliman | OSCEOLA, Oct. football player who WHS declared Ineligible by Ihe Southern Conference because of * professional baseball contract he signed three years ago hcndcd for court today to re- galn^hls amateur status. The .student, Vernon Morgan, hud a Richmond University alumnus, He»d Coach Nig Bynum staled (hat he would not use Traylor un'/l he wan definitely sure that his injured back had healed thoroughly. McFarland IK Reserve Coach Bynum announced this morning that he would start Ihe mme squad that he did against the Little Rock Tigers last week and that he would use Captain Billy Wayne McFarland only when It bcv c«me nece-wary. McFarland Is still suffering from the leg Injury re- everal weeks Illy (lulled Press) Chanuy n.sFTIp football comes early for Arkansas high school grid fans Iliis season as the North Little Rock Wildcats and the El Dorado Wildcats get together In Et Dorndo tonight in the feature attraction of tills week's .schedule. All eye* will be focused on the thriving Oil City for the battle of the "Wildcats." Both elevens go into the game with perfect records. El Dorado sporting a four- g'ame winning streak and North Little nock one gnmc behind with three victories. Coach Sam Cook of North Little ! Rock reall7.es that It will be one ! of his toufihest games ol the sca- i son and Conch Guy Hays ol El i Dorado feels the same way. And ith wide open, fioi> Nnss- mcr takes a p;iss from niy Han^li and scamper. 1 ; s.s thr ^nnl line for n , r >5! K in and ;i Washington lull \vn ns Tony Compai;no misses acklr> in fust t|u:in.cr, Kedskn s pd|;i'il I'iltslnirijh .SlCTlrr 27-2fi. before record .t<i.:">< r > nt Gnflith Stadium. . Smarting from their 13 to 1 setback at the lionds of the West Memphis Blue Devils last week, the Osceola S«- minoles will journey to Earle Uj- night for a game with the Earle High School Bulldogs, The Bulldogs displayed power In their season opener with the Shaw Attorney John J. Wicker, represent: " ee "'*" ^1°°* ^"l "creating ing him tn Ihe case which Is un- (her lnd ,' a ." S by , V * '° 7 , SCOre ' precedented in coltege. athletic, „,<*<-'-,J^^ ^ ^^^ Wicker said he would ask the ' grast, left tackle; 4lathovne, left court 10 declare the New York Gl- ' guard; Kersey, center; Langston ant farm system contract void, and' right guard; Barber, right tackle; then direct tlie university and the I Walker, right end; Reid, qunrler- j back; J. Shaneyfelt, left halfba | : , ers five pounds to the man In the backficld. and 11 pounds to the man In the line. Starting lineups at announced ic- day ate; Slkenton I'o R. Tigers Matthews .... I/. E Patterson Glmiln L. T Acnff Bryant L. G Ncely Weekley C Hamby Hambrick .... R. G *.. Scott Crowe R. T Tilman Tanner R E Simmon's Davis Q. B Turner Jackson H.B. .. VanAtwdall Boardmin .. H. B Ledford Hodges F. B Morgan Officials: E. T. Peters, referee; Lynn Twitty. umpire; and Jim Miller, headllnesman. McFttrland. right Stilwell, fullback. halfback and Judge Forgets His Coat So Court's Informed SPARTA, Wis. (HP)—The circuit court room here sizzled in 90-dc- gree heat, much to the dismay ol attorneys who were required to keep their coats on. Judge R. S. Cowle strode in and rapped the court Into session. Then he discovered he had forgotten his coat. He also observed that the attorneys had noticed and were busy peeling off their coats, too. No one bothered to ask the judge If his appearance was accidental. aervlce In tonight'* game. This will be the tenth meeting between the chicks and the Zebras and the Chicks will .be looking for their second win of the series. promises to take on championship qualities. Both wildcat, elevens nre rated top favorites along with the Little Rock Tigers In the strong Double- Tribe eked out a 14 to n win In j' f,nt Bluff. i According to reports from Pine j Bluff, the Zebra squad this year IB one of the smallest In both number and weight In the past several years. The two teams will take the field on about and even weight basis a ndboth teams are light on Mrve powei. Coach George Tern' limited his pre'-game drills this week to light While the Wildenls are settling their differences, the Little Rock Tigers, (he 1946 undefeated champions, will seek their fourth victory of the campaign against the Hot springs Trojans In Little Rock. The Tigers arc rated three touchdown favorites. Other snmes In the Dollblc-A competition find Springdalc at Van defensive workouU due to «n in- ni , rcn ami Harrison at Rogers In jury 'plague th»t struck his camp i thc Firsl restrict. The Pine Bluff during the Tort Smith game last | Z! , brrvs Ro to niythevllle. nnd Fori week. Reports from the Pine Bluff \ Smltn p | avs R t"jone.*oro In '.he. Commercial stated that the Zebra j Th^rl District. mentor m»y be forced lo transfer I .J^.Q gn ' mos ' nrp booked In the tome of his linemen to backfleld j po^rtj, District wllh Russellvllln for th e Blythevlllf contest In »n ! vlslUng M «lvcrn and Subinco play- attempt to »trengthen the team's ; ing al pnraRouJd. blocking. j Tliree contests are scheduled In - Zebra* Win Two. Ixwe One I the Seventh District. Cameira play- So far this year the zebras have cd at Tc.\arknna last night, while won; two g»m« und lost one. They j Nas h v j|] e engngcs Hope and Ben- GO SLOW IK DRIVING (UT STEP Ohl IT AT SUACKTIME FOB FINE FLAVORED Oistrihitfod h.v C. K. DAVENPORT AWAY DOWN SOUTH... IT'S DIXIELAND FOR REAL HOME COOKED FOODS DIXIELAND CAFE North Highway 61, Holland, Mo. Phone Steele 17F22 CHIROPRACTOR "Health Is something that comes from within. The creator put within your Ixidy and mine all the elements of health. When your nervous system Is in tune with nature's forces, you will b* wel.1. Consult a chiropractor about your health problems." Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 ' Neurocalomtter Service Lindquist Blylheville, Ark. Dr. Tors ten FARM (m LOANS Home Office, Newark, N. J. LONG TERM rHOMPT CLOMNO LOW KATI CALL, WRITE OR SKE RAY WORTHINGTON MS S. Third St., Bljthevllle, Ark. Srrrtne This S—(inii "s Vi-nn> AulhorlTctt Mortgage Loan Xnttcitnr- for THE PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COJIPANV Of AMERICA T. I SEIW MOTOR COM ''And don't give me any of thai somelhing-musl- havD-happenecHo-lhe-motor line ... I happen to know that couldn't happen 'cause SEAY MOTOR 'OMI'ANY put it new motor in your car!" tonight. Agricultural Research Program is Undertaken defeated Malvern In the season lon p! B ,. 5 j n opener by a 7 to 9 count, lost to J"ordyce 1J to 8 and walked over Tori Smith last week by a 34 to • score. The Chicks spent most of their drill sessions this week In getting, MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Ocl. 10. <UP> •accustomed to the Zebra* single j -1 southern and federal aurlcul- wlng system. During practice scj- turai leaders weve ready today to •Ions the tribal chleftlanx set up begin the first yenr of a three- both the Zebras' offensive and de- j y cnr cotton marketing research tensive system and ran plays a- ; program. talnst them In order thai they j D. Gray Miley of Mississippi eould alter their offensive attack i gt^tc College was elected lo head accordingly. j thn program. The research l» A; capacity crowd U expected lo | sponsored and financed under the flood Haley Field lo witness tills j federal ncriciiltural research ae.l. clash between old rivals and fans ! were urged this week by members i . ,, of the Chickasaw Athletic Club to i P lc '^ '"* tcmiwrai'y hlrnche^ buy their tickets lo the game as I wollltl h( ' sct »P J" ,'' lc Sml ^ "^ MllT as possible in order to avoid i mm '" "CfOinodnte Ihe crowd. The the-sum* time rush. • , ™ w hlpnchcr section will supply C. O. Redman, president of Ihe ! ••""-?}•;, ror frame ™ n fans "™ P n elub, stated yesterday that, an ad- ' addition of the temporary blench- dltlonal section of bleaeheri. i n "« will bnng the seating ciipacU!. »s!»Ue Stadium ha, been com- I «' » nle v P" 1 '' 1 to * n estimated reserve power. A "FIRST" by HARTS! c B« One of the First- to Try one of the New Saturday Specials CHOCOLATEER 2-Layer Cake covered in Chocolate Mint Icing 69' ON SALt SATURDAY ONLY/ T«l«phon« Your Order — Dial 2073 HART'S BAKERY OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT TEMPORARILY LOCATED IN THE ALLEY BEHIND MARTIN'S RESTAURANT Same Old Phone No. 3382 Pride & Usrey Genera/ Contractors DIRT FOR SALE Phone 517 BLADDER IRRITATION Thousand* Have Found Relief In th« Natural Mountaiii Valley Mineral Water Ironi famous Hot Springs, Arkansas. A pure, soothing aid in rolipving ivriUUion of these delicate organs, helpful in £tminiating kidney action and eliminating systemic wastes. 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