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• FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1,947 (ARK.)' COURIKR : _ r Paps Lose to Jonesboro PACK HTWE Wielding, Whirlwind Halfback, ] IDoes Everything But Yield and \His Team Rolls Up 12-7 Score By GEOKGK CLARK Courier News Sports Killlnr JONESBOKO, Oct. 10.—The BlyHieville Junior High School Papooses, failing to show the smooth-clicking brand of football that lias won them much respect in Norihoasl jflfeansas, bowed to a scnippiiiK Joncslxn'o Whirlwind team by a 12, to. 7 .score at Woodland Field here hist night. It was really a nisht of glory toM — Coach Ixiwell" Nelson's black Illinois Favored to Beat Army As Weekend Grid Play Starts and Whirlwinds us they I'.amir-d Iliie Pa|>s their first deleal ot the Inew season, thus revenging '.lie dou- lole licking suffered at the hands of | the Paps Isst year. Unveiling an aerial attack that. | llocVierl almost professiunal. Ilia ixjr.eins 51. And at the end of the ynrr.c the first downs .Mood all even at four apiece, SlartiNR IJneups: m'Vll.p Huu-lKvson . WiiMdiTlidi Cnner but yield. The Paps pushed across llielr lone tally In (he rinsing minutes of the same when lx?roy I'rullt skirted left end <>n a iluulilr reverse fur 44 yarils and a lunch- down. Robert Hrirt, the Paps', f»ll- hark sliced Inside tackle for Hie extra point. .' Jonesbovo's first touchdown ^':c; id up by the recovery o! a Blythe I villc fumble on the 28-yard stripe. Bob Nettles, the Whirlwinds' quarterback tried one ground play to no. ] avail and Yielding passed to Sam Mathis, the left end. on the three •^.'1 line, who went over standing I ii?: Nettles tried center for the extra point but was thrown for a three yard loss. . ' ^ Their second touchdown came In the second quarter after Charles Lutes, the Paps left halfback, punted to the Johes'ooro 45 with Yield- ini; returning to its 43. Yielding threw his second pass of the game, this time to right end James Vaughn, for a first down on the Blytheville •• 15. Nettles skirted left end on the next, play going all the way to tlie one-loot line and he plowed,over two plays later on a quarterback sneak. Once again the try for extra point was no g° ot l and the score stood at 12 to 0. Jonesboro. ^ Touchdown Nullified The Paps threatened late in (he second period with a combined air- ground attack* that moved tile ball from the Jonesboro 40 to the six- yard .Jine. Lutes took Jonesboro's punt on the 40 returning it to the 35. Robert Reid tore off tackle for three and Lutes circlecl^end for a first down oh the 25. Hay Lutes Pruitt R Reid .... Summary: ilk' D. . L. K . L. 'J' . Ij. G . c . H. G. R T . n E 15. B H B. H. B . P B Mfllhis Broadway Station Hammon Dean Roiigers Vaughn Nettles . Yieldini: Coot; SlOilt) Substitutions — Blyihe- Reid. Webb, nnri Glover. — Westbrookc. Peeler, and S. Broadway. Scoring touchdowns — BlylneviUc. Prniu. Joncsboro; Mathis anri Netties. Extra points— Blytlie- ville — R. Rci(i i rushing). Penalties: Blyiheville— .) for 35 yards. Jonesboro— 3 for 25 j-aYrts. Officials: i,yom. referee; Pickenx, umpire; Brcthcnck. headlincsnian: Applcby field Judi>c. Mile. Bclniont miirkcd the (otirlh time Lhn record has been broken thl.i ....,, v,, c *„ season. Wlilrlmvay iield It at the I the Sysonliy Artnv passes i;o from Uill Custafsott lo end Jirn Rawers this fall. 'it! liavc lo hit in cnrlcts' li'-sl lest l>y Illinois at Yankee Stadium Oct. 11. Kuhel Takes Over as New Hats Manager WASHINGTON. Oct. 10. (UP>— Joe Kuhcl, veteran former first baseman of the Washington Senators, was named new manager of the club yesterday. President Clark Griffith of the Senators said Kuhel hud .sijzned a ! one year contract. Terms of the contract were not disposed. Bui it wa.s believed to call for about $18.000 a year. Kuhel succeeds Ossie Blucge, who was named director of the Club's farm system Tuesday. Bluege, former Washington third baseman, had ! managed the team ."or five years. i Kuhel obtained his release yes- l terday as manager of the Hot 'Springs club of the Class C. Cot- 1 ton States League. I In naming Kuhel, Griffith again Lutes' puss to Hutcher.son wt:s ' stuck to his practice , of putting good for a firsi down on the Jones- i former Washington player in the boto 10 and Mel Hay picked up foiu' ! managerial spot, off tackle but the half ended with j K U hcl came to the Washington the ball resting on the six. ' club in 1930 from Kansas City of About midway in the third quar—, the American Association for a ter, Lutes took Bobby Sloan's punt j purchase price of $G5,OQO. on his own 15-yard- line,, took, off I He was the team's first basc- -" - IJ -' : -• t -*'- i "- 1 man through the 1937 season when he was traded to the Chicago White Sox: for Ze.ke Bonuva. Kuhel plcvycri fo& the White Sox throuuh the ! 19fii ^season, then returned to the [ Washington club for the 19-14 and 3045 seasons, anri wa.s with the White Sox nealn during 1<J4G. At his prime, he wns rated otie of the finest fielding first suckers in (he American League. Griffith said that Coaches Sammy West atid Clyde Milan probably would remain with the club. The Nine Midget Cars $. M/SSCO Grid down the West sideli ».• biliind beautiful hlocking on an 85-yard jaflnt lo pay dirt but. an official ruled that he stepped out of bounds at mkUield and the sjorc was nuli- ificd. ^The remainder of the game rocked ^Sjng with neither team opening a real offensive threat until the final minutes of the last period when Pruitt sprinted the 44 yards far Blythcvllle's lone touchdown. Even though Pruitt carried the bull on a beautiful run, it was a well-thrown block by-Lutes that set* him off. Only one man stood between Prnitt and the goal line after he had taken the ball on a double reverse and Lutes pulled out of the BlytiicvilK secondary anri nailed this man leaving Pruitt an open Iield. Drnke and Ucirt Star J. C. Droke anil Robert Reid were the standouts in the Paps defense, pulling in from their line-barking positions to break up the interfer- ' ence thus allowing one of their . teammates to stop the runner. And in the line, Bill "Buzzy" Wunderlich and Lcroy Criner, the le!t tackle and guard respectively, were stalwarts, breaking through the Jonesboro forward wall to spill runners. ! The Paps pass defense was as ^•11 of holes as a pair of last year's "x. The Whirlwinds completed lour tosses out of eipht attempts for a ' gain of 72 yards. The Paps com- ! pleted two passes in four tries for ' a gain of 29 yards. On the ground the Paps v,eve superior. They piled up a total of yards through rushing to their op- Kentucky Slraighi Bourbon Whiskcv ! Drivers of nine midget onto nt- I errs will vie for top money *H the I American Legion's weekly bid Car ! Derby to be held on the Walker Park oval Sunday afternoon. Time ; trials for all cars are scheduled ! to bcfjin ai 2:30. ' Featured on the afternoon's program will be two former Indianapolis Speedway drivers, driving cars out of Memphis that are rated fis beiiif; two of the fastest in this : section of the country. j Archie Ball, who for a number j of years drove in the nation's top ( automobile race will four-cylinder Dodge racer qwncd by Jimmy Thompson of Memphis and Dusty KlILs, a dirt track driver and also drove on the Indianapolis track, will he driving a Model A Ford owned by the Joe M-ascarl, of Memphis. The feature rare of the afternoon will be a 20-lap winner-take- all race hot wren the five fastest cars of the field. Five; races will precede this event with winners of these races automatically qualifying for the feature attraction. Jack Flowers, who promoted dirt track races iu Philadelphia, Pa., ha,s been appointed promoter of the derby by the American Lesion. Treat for Fans South Mississippi County football fans will nave a full menu this afternoon and tonight with three games shiteci to be played in that section of Hie county, Kciscr. pycss and Shnwnce will play games on ihelv home fields this afternoon ami tonight with Luxora, Wilson and OsrTolu playing »way from home. The Oseeola Hemlnoles will Journey to Eiirle for ii till with the strong L'larle High School Bulldogs IIV STI-w; SMDKK Ilinltnl I'rc.ss Sports Writer) NKW YOKK, Ov-t. 10, (UI?>~A velerun Illinois (nolbull .squad, wing- hie out, of the YVe.st iw Bltf Nine »nd Rase Howl rhiinipton thronlpnrd Inday toj bring nn abrupt end to Anny's miiKtiifiront record of 30 without n defeat in the smile of the week nt Vnnkeo SUdlum Pithirdny.' M full frlvenRlVi raid \vHh t\ hnrrt- niort reputation for lining themselves to urem height* in the «mnr.s th.u count most, the IHinl wore ruled \\ five niul ope half polnt- !:ivnrHo to whip the rcmiuinU of Army's undrfcatrd squiidji of the las; three yours. Couch Ray Kliol or Illinois rW- Inilrd the adds. • « "Nobody kiunvs how pood Army rt'Mly i.s." hi? snid. 'My scouts toll inr they're ns Rood, or bettev f than l:i.^' your." Hut the point .spvoiul, which slni'l- rd nt (Jirec mul (im- li p .\l(, Jinnned u> live and niu- \\,\]\, milking I lie Illini n «lrnr-cin !;ivnrito, Ilhmii.s duni]i<''l Plitsinit'uli, 14 to 0. and |mw;(. :r» 10 TJ. Army open-'d Wilh :\ l!i (o 0 vii-inry over Villinuiv.i (iiul p'tsdMl CoUn.uli) last week, 47 in n. l;i Ihror uthi-i: iu[> iiuei st v cllon;U (ifune.s, southrm Calif or niu \VOR i\ throe Hiul ono-lnili point Invnrilr; In down Oh In .Slain at. Columbus. O.; \Vt.seonMn nu.rd one half point ovrr C:\Ufornin ni MadiMin, Wls ; n ncl Dukr wns l In i.-r unil one hal f -, mer Niivy's bnii.spd middies nt Ilnl- I t iiiioi i 1 . j All ['out r Tc^ins I'lay Altliou|.:h llie sviu-iUile pHTientod li'.vrr .spectncuhn I'Li^an.einonls than ] n ])oht-Wnrkl Seilr.i football Snlur- : day normuUy mu;ht tH'ntlucc, -\"-\ i ilic niuinu's lo]> powri 1 teams will be in action. • lii the ICnsU it's renusylvimln by t-U poinls over IJiuiinonth and Col- innbki by six over Ynto. In tlu; Midwest, Not IT Uainc rated 32 jiolnl.s ovTi- iii-inid-uut PunUu- ami Michi- can wns listed a! 'A'A <tver ambitious hul pniu*hles.s iPllshui'tli, which al- reaiiy lias lost to Illinois and Notre Damo. * In the Southeast Contovcnce, Cieoi£ia wa.s held nt 10 points over Kojrlucky. wlnle in the lop ftamo oj the .Southern Conlerciu'e, Norih Vnr. dlina had it M point spot- against Wake Fnrc.st. Whirlwind Tcx:is. al tin- moment the load ing ten in In the Southwest, wns held nt 14 points over Oklahoma's Ili^ Six co-chum- nnrsoiii H five and one half piiint favorite (o defeat Norlhwtvi- teru nt Minnpiipolls nnd Indiana sis und QUO ImU over l\j\vn nt Iowa City. The Southwest Conference nu'o was Inactive with Ark»n;;;is a nix point over Ilaylor In the- only IctiRin; Wiiine, Four oiticr coiiference tejmis. however, hud Jitipottant n.ssl^inuVnts npnitist mju-coUfereiim teams. Tho Ti\xus-Oklr\hom» Riiinn wa.s Hslort foi 1 Julius, Soulhrrn Methodist piny* nl Oklahoma A. nnd M.. Hiro on- pii^p."; TulaiHi nt Houjston iuul, tx M jirjint fnvorlto, mid '1'cxns A. nml M. irnvels to IxniliUnm Siatfl wlvre llu; ARt>los havo been tJMcit a M-polnt underdog, In the, lop cvonfcronro p:iine on the PiicLlEo Const, U. c, L. A.'s de- tcjstliiiR champions, bumped by Nouluvc'Mt>n\ ln.st week, wore '< lioim favorites lo whip Oregon. Oir-Ktm sinto enleilulns idiiho hi the only other IciiRUi- RUHIO, Inn thii'i 1 other cou.st confereiK'n clev- ei.s Ijtanford. Wii-hiUKhni uiu! Wa.Nhhuilon 5il ato---wlll be nl home I" oui.slde foe. 1 ;, Sanlii Cliiru pluys nt Stanford. Mu'hi^iiii .Slnle at Wn.shlnplou nml ii:. Miir.v's al \Vushin:;t^n. 'Top ^ame of the llnckii's (\ a iion-conferenci- tussle beiwecii Mis- soiiii and Cnlora<!o n.t Houldn'. t;o|i>. Mratuvhde. inslrte I ho ronli-ronro, (''>!tinu!n A. and M. play.s nt VI-L' iind BrlRhnm VounR plu\s IHah. The Armed victory yesterday at start of Ihe wmpulgn, »nd and Stymie took turns cricking it• -jv^inni kuuiw iuiiia v[«vft.U[( ;* . until Armed charged to t^« front, .*.; wllli Uie $18,600 win mouty trotf.; V, be drlvln, .ii^gM.- ~ ^"& m ^-™< ~^- ; cl ^ [1O [,^ 1v T f 'ni"? C ! 1 c.,n" « rented Inst week by We 5 t Mcmpl.ls | f^^nir^Bm." llul liloro'- thHd wnj^ ])lrnty of jictiviiy in the bulky -Southern' Conference, opening tmiiKi>t with Richmonil nt Miirylnnd. On Saturday, in uddilion to the Nnrili Caiuhna-Waki' r-'orcsl slmn^lo, !ivo ['.nun s me eomlni; up—Olcnisnii -it Carolina State, Funimn at Onrolina, Vii'^una Tech at Osccolo Juniors Win 14-12 Over Paragould Team OSCKOI.A, on. jo. -- me os- ccolii Junior Senilimle.s [lefentecl (h? ruiH^tuild Uulluups IA lo I'.'. !^t hl^h school ntlieletlo Ilclri li«ro lust, nlynl. Tiie HrtnliKilfK senrofl their loneh- Uown.s In the first- itnd nnal jierlnils on 5ii.stalii(xl driven with Spires pn.-i.slnu to Htll for the two extrn piling tlitit Kjiellefl victory. The Dill)pups scored in tun second and third r[imrlcj's init lallcd to add their extra paints. Armed Top Cash Winner NKW YORK, Oc. 10. fUP) H us u pU> Stymie to nnike the next nnve today In Ihe t\y,M- tw Iho ivorld'n monci'-enrninij perlnd after Armed Mil » new mark of $lQl,. r >00 vilii his victory in the Sy.sunhy ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES W.l-CO*ST V€fl« - PLUVf O MICH SCHO<X. anut AT to* HNSCUS HKM. SOU DOMY NCCO ft WRtCH - JUSt UHCH rAC AND WHtH 1 u AWE-THE It is belter lo be a live walker on the left side of thp road than to be a dead Ulkcr on the right side. There is no short cut to safety. It is far holer to be safe than sorry. status of Coach Rick Ferrell. veteran^ catcher who wns reported being considered for the job. has not been discussed. Griff it ii said. Griffith -said he was pleased at siqnine Knlip] who, he said "oit£ht rn develop into a good iniuiiijjer." "Up has all the qualifications of a Kood maiiuge^- He ivns an inspi- _ rational player and f?ot along with fair. all his follow playn\s and his man- ' Coach and will be srrking their of Ihc .season tonight. In the former .six-man Innuuc', [ the Luxorn P;uilh<'r,s will atempi to j get in the win column \vhn\i t'^' 1 •" ; gu against, the Klvoiifj Kciser Yellmv i Jackets in Reiser this ;tftofiioon. j The Panthers were shoved Into I the dcop dark pits n[ defeat lu.st ! week by ^ strong Tiuiiinim to:\in to the tune* ol a 19 to o Ifrkhig, while | the Yellow Jackfils were taking their first beating of the season from th<- Shawue'e Tndlnnr; by a 13 to fi scon:. - Dyt'.ss Mrrts Tr 11 in in i ii The Dycss iCa'.jlo.s will enter! a in the high-touted Tnininnn eleven in a game on the Ensle.s 1 field this afternoon and • (ho Wilson BulMo'!* will jqurnoy to lire tor for ;i contest tonight. The E:\^lrs >O!1 be seeking their third win of the season \vlilIn the ftullriORs arc looking for their second. The Sha'.viice Indians, Nil-.si:-- jsippi Coinuy's strmifiCJ-t' cnii'iMich i for the Disirlrl. ',1 Clnss B lit!;- will (akn on the Walnut Rirlye f3nb:;-ls at Joiner tonight in a game \vliirh liromises iNoiih South Williiiin and Mnry, Geor •• inpton and W as Inn y Lou und Leo at Viuuly Tmileil to Ural Olc .Hiss The Simlliea.st Conference has I two more lo RO aloiiR with Geor^iu- ] Kentucky. Auburn was a slight favorite over Florida and Vanderbill. a five ii i id one half point favorite over Mississippi. Only two conference Dairies wojv .scheduled for tiie Bij; Niuc, with EXCEPTIONALLY BMP i$ MCflUSE H£ (S FAST AW> flGILC FOR R GRCflT WNE-BflCKCR. -/ Tho Razorfaaeks are on the Air Distributed By FRED S. SALIBA & Company 223 W«st Ash Street Phone 4437 Gnesedieck B ros. ! r !•"--.; "tICHT tACEB BEE" No Finer Heer In AH tht Worldl their (liircl \vln nf thr sniisnn npnitist mis ilPlc'JU. Prjink AloorillR, the 111- fliuns' Icfl tacklr \vn.s injured In !-nr Krl:;rr f:ninr lii.st vvrok nrul will BCC little jicttnn in lonliilifs ronlrat. Up in rcinisrol County. Mo., lite CiinilhiTsviIlf Tim-rs will liatllc to be n rntlicr larsc :v(- j with SikcsKm In scni'cl) for their ! .seciuiHl win of the season. Thr* 'I'l^- Chiiilrs Moore's Indians j evs hunu m> their first vietoiy lii.st and he understnnds how play bn.snball." to nosrd by the Boucnts ln!,t year by « 12 lo 7 count and will he sccklne we<'k by up.settitil,' the stroiiR POJI- Inr Bluff .Mules 13 to 1. Old Faithful Sour flash WE.LU.WHNT CAM DO TO HELP? BLYTHEVILLE CO. ^~]f (EVEM v. Marty Says "Beat cold weather wJth one of these famous make auto hooters!" Fits any make car Defroster $4.95 Get the Best for Less at- Licks PHONE 4422 Dodde, Plymouth 217 S. SECOND STREET Starts 2:30 p.m. Featuring Indianapolis i Speedway Drivers Main Event: 10 Mile 20 Lap Grudge Race BLYTHEVILLE AUTO RACES Sunday, October 12th At Blytheville Fairgrounds Prizes for SPECTATORS You May Be •the Lucky One! Bring the Family 6 THRILLING RACES by CHAMPIONS Also Black Label—SO ['roof Barrett Hamilton, Inc. Dislrlhulorn, Little Rock Admission Only 60c Main Prize to Spectators—17 Jewel Wrist Watch from Dreifus Jewelry Co. Sponsored by Dud Cason Post 24 American Legion

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