The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1947 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 11, 1947
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•?AGE EIGHT BLYTHEVIT.LE (ARK.) COURIER. NKWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER II, 1947 , S, Missco Teams Suffer Setbacks O*ceola Losts 20-0 To Earl*; Shawne* And Wilson Defeated Four o! South Mississippi Cqimly'i iop high school football learns went do»-n !n defeat yesterday and last lilgllt" »s King Football closed the door: on the first month of Its Ktjn in that section of the county. Topping the Hst of defeats wa» r»rlf't 20 to 0 victory over the Os- ceoU'Seminoles in Earle last night The Bulldogs, star studdod and ireishty, did almost as they pleas- td, pushing acrocis all their sr\es In the third and fourth periods. ThVgame got off :o a slow start »-l(h the score at halftime »i a K-'orflf- 1 ! deadlock. The Semlnoles b«ttl*<l desperately In the final half but couldn't budge the heavier! Bulldogs. Th« Walnut Ridge Bobcats nosed bf the Shiwnee Indians 1 to 8 in • z»nie played In Joiner last night.. Th« contest was closely played all] the war with both teams scoring hi the final period. A blocked punt set up the Bob«U touchdown on the Indians 20 and sustained drive pushed the ball over-"* few plays later. The Bob- eat* added the extra point on a pass and went ahead 7 lo 0. Wilson Bulldogs Licked Tlie Indians took the klckolf fol- lowtaS this score and inarched Immediately to their touchdown. Walker, the Tribes' halfback, plunged over for the score.-The attempt line-plunge for the extra point was *topped cold and the game ended * few minutes later. • Rector outclassed the Wilson High : School Bulldogs lo the tune of a 30 to 0 victory in Reclor yesterday • flernoon dealing the Canines their • «««ond straight defeat of the sca- • ion. Keiser's Yellow-Jackets snb- • duetf. the Luxora Panthers 33 to 0 • in their game in Keisdr yesterday • afternoori, and the Dycss Eaqles «v«rcame » stubborn Tiumann team '. by the score of 1 to 0. \ . Up In Pemtscot County the Ca: ruthersvllle Tigers bowed to a strong . Slkeston team by a 19 to 0 score. : tfler holding the visitors lo a 7 to » halttlme score. The Tigers Injury-riddled defense cracked under • Stk«ston's last half drive allowing ; them to score touchdowns in the • ttilrd and fourth periods. American, Not English, Football ForciEnc-._ _ .... .-„-..-.„ „ .... probably would find this reciprocal attempt lo er.ick shin bones more- lo their likinc. The action, surprisingly like that of English football, or soccor, took place as Purdue unexpectedly edged Ohio Slate at Lafayette, 2-1-20. h'ncls Bob Heck, left, of the Boilermakers and Dave Bonnie of Ihe Buckeyes scrambled tqr a Purdue T>ass. Army Underdog Four Matdom In Game With Meanies Tang!e •; Di ringer and Jameson in Women's Open - rljORT WORTH, Tex., Oct. 11. (UP) I " -r-Cirol DSringer of Tiffin, O.. met 'Betty Jameson of San Antonio to. diy in the finals of the TCXRA Wo; men's O^>en, 1 :> , Miss Diringer yesterday \vn,s on ,tfci winner's! end of a -prediction- •riiatt*rin)5 upset when she downed, iBttlye Mtms White of Dallas. 2 anrt • 1, The dlmiimtive Mrs. White Imd. \0to\y 34' hours before, eliminated Babe Dldrickson Zaharias from this quarterfinal round, it was Mrs. Za- hariaV first defeat In 19 tourna- unent- 11 ;. Miss Jameson yesterday downed P*ggy Klrlc of Pindlay, O.. 4 nnd S, In the othfr semifinal match. Tough Illinois : NEW YORK. Oct. II. <UP) — The sirnngo sifiht of mi Army team ptnyhiR the imdrrrlofi role hoygcd The Tooibal] spoljight today t\x the iTinnhuicr of (hf nation's top cle- vrns fncfd marc or less light O])JJO- sttion. ! II was into tbnt vautUcd Notre ! Dame flirted with the danger of | an upset i»» meeting Purdue, nnd ; that California's gridiron conic- i back reached the crucial sti\RC in i the Wisconsin game, j But the blackest typo was re- I served lor that baUlc nL Ynnkoc i Stndlum. where Illinois nilccl a ! one-ton(.-hdown favorite over the North Little Rock Ties El Dorado Battle To 13-13 Draw In State's Big Game; Tigers Trounce Spa (IK llnllrd Prmi) 'Hie two cndy-season big «im» In the Arkansas High School football w'nrs marred Iticlr perfect records nlRbt with a tie gamp. North Little Rock cased r,v»r a touchdown In the last live mlnntm of play lo |>"I1 a 13-13 decision out of the fire over El Dorado. The Nmtlixldcrs brokv mil Ihelr ttrsl score In the opening gunner on a piny set tip when Homer Shumate recovered an El Dorado fumble on the North Lll'.Ie Rock :t5. Severn! plays later the taU wa.s lugged ncross the ]>ay stripe, but the exda polnl was ml.Viect. El Dorado took the le-.d in the second when U Lewis relurned punt to tils 4O and. on the .wconrt play Bill Rob James scampered 58 yards for the 'I'D. The conversion was «t)otl, and El rwrndo went n- hend 7-G. The OH City team aride<t six points In the third. The North- slders deadlorked the count with a dramatic play In the waning minutes The center fumbled the ball tun managed, to lateral off lo substitute fullback Lecvon Hoffiftan who drove into the end 7x>tie. niylhevllle. defeated htinrlily last Friday by Little Rock, came back last nlKtit and took out Pine Blnff 12-T in a first-half burst of uo'.ver. Considered one of the early-season favorites, Hope slaved olf a lasl-mtmite- Ihreat and nosed out Nashville 13-G. Halfback Jack Kay was the hero a* he. scored both touchdowns for Hope. The defending champion Little Rock team scored almost at, will to blast Hot Springs 39-0. II was the fourth consecutive victory for the champs. They scored stx points In tlie first, second and third quarters and 21 In the final stanza. .Jonesboro, who wa.s soundly Iroimccd last Friday by Ne\V[X>rl, claimed its first victory of the current race with a 12-7 decision over Fort Smith. It WPS Fort Smith's 'fifth straight loss of the season. In other Barnes aniotiK doublc-A teams night. Van Buren blasted Springdale 2fi-6. Russellvtlle bowed to Malvern 12-0, Subiaco took out Parat'pnld in-7. and Por- dyce dropped a 6-0 dccisio^n to Benton. lloiis. Tlie record is W.M4.1C pi'i 1 share for th» winning team and »4^29.40 for the losing team. But Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler's fix- irrs released yesterday granted »5,100 per I" 11 share ' or II'* winning ynn'rfres in HIP 1M7 Series and »*,000 for fhe losing Dodgers. Tlie difference lies In the assignment of radio rights money which formerly went Into the players pool out sine* la»l )'' ar . ""* B°» e '"• slcad Into a player 1 * pension fund. farfcer favored in Meet MEXICO CITY, Oct. 11. tUP»— Frinkie Parker was top seeded as first round play got. under way bore today in the Pan America*. TeSC'iis Tournament. Parker drew a bye, and doe.<; not we initial action until tomorrow. .school that once was rated Itivlcl- i We. \ Tlie cause of the Cacirt.s was far ; from Inst, of course. Thr absence ; of Huridy Youni; \vas in ItscH en- \ oiish U> wakf; the lilim worry, ' ] In the MhlWcsi Noire Dame ; ruled a Rjnnelinie clioice over pur- \ due. but there were danpcr sig- nais n-soundtng. rurriiio rose \rt a 24-20 upset victory c>for Ohio .stale Inst wcrk. I The other bin (eani.s didn't have too lough n K° today. Gearglfi Tech, which must be considered tlie tup power in the .Southeast now, met VMT. Tcxn.s, conrjucror of North Carolinn, met Oklahoma »n a non- confcrencc yanie. UCLA, tile Piu-ific'.s defending champ, met not- so-riangerous Oregon, and Arknusn.s, ; the's IDlfi titlc-holrtcr, j tackled Baylor. | 'Hie week-end's intersecttonal pro- i gram actually uot .^tnrtrd nfpht 1 when Texas Christian slid through [the mud to knock off Miami, Fit; Monday Night- | Knur of tnntrioms mem- I . bcrs HIT stoicd lo J.wnp holds In ; tlip taR match feature of ihe Ainc- ; ricEin Legion's weekly wrestling pro- grain r\t the Arena Monday nlghl. • Floyd Byrd and Frank Marconi, who innde their first appearance ns a team here JnM week will Lake on Bill Cnnny and Red Roberts, ontr of Ptomotor Mike Mcroney's best drftwing teams in the mniti event, %'lih Canny jiucJ fJyi'd pnlrlng off in the first Jircllniln.firy mnlch : and Roberts meet I tig Ma icon! in I tlie second, ! By id and Marconi rslnljlishccl themselves HS n team week by cuffing Robert."; and Joe Wolfe i arounfl almost al will and Roberts, • who wiifl none to pleased about the | outcome at lust week's show Is 1 expected lo launch a revenge at; tack assisted by his No. I crony. > Cnnny. | CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va.. Oct. : , The fur will start flying with the n (U P) — Havvaid came South : oppnlnp bell of the Byvd-Robcrt.s f or the first time in its fooLbaU I preliminary match Roberts wlU be ! .seeking to even (lie .score with Byvd i\nd will pntcf Mot\dny night's scrap with blood in his eyes. Canny never one to pass up a good squabble, especially one in which Roberts Is involved, will jutd his bit to the fracas when all four of the grapplers take to the ring in ilic feature bout. This will be his lh~st appeavnncc Against the Byrd-Marconl riuo but to Canny. nil wrestlers look alike. 1 The first- preliminary match Is scheduled to get uvwlcvwny xt, 8 o'clock. CHICKS WIN (Continued from P»g« 1> .at employed the T formation. Hand Perform! The Blyiheville hand furnisher! Imlftime entertainment for (he spectators with their nsiial blackout ccremonv, this time, wllh different colored lights I" thelr headdress Ihey formed a rainbow and played "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows,' which was rather appropriate will the Chicks trailing by one point They marched out of this for matlon lnl« simile file and forme a ptnwheel. winding around null the entire group was bunched inti a small circle. They reversed Ihei order nnd unwound, finishing up h regular formation. A play l;v play description of th Biune was aired to Pine Bluff fan by Ray Winkler of Litlle Rock sportscaster for llic Meyer Co,, o\-er station KCLA In Pin BlnfT. He was assisted by Cairo Lee. o( station KCLA and Dav Wtillis. sports editor of the Pine Bluff Commercial. Sinning lineups: Blythcville Pos. FAlio'lt I-.E Koonty. Fll/hugh ... Hodge Bracey Berry Hoover tiuey Simon Gentry Allen Summary: villc: Lum. Pine RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. tut Time Today '.'Thunder Mountain" with Tim Unit Cartoon anrt Chapter 5 "Purpte Monster Strikes" RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (All Types Kiccpt Oan«r) DRS. NIES&NIES Clinic S14 Main, BlylhevHJe. Ark., Fhon* tttl Saturday Owl Show "VOO DOO MAN" Hilli Belli I.ucosl :nul John Carrudlne Also C'artoon Sunday and Monday Tiicstliiv L.G. . C. . E.G. E.T. CHIROPRACTOR "Health is something that cornel from within. The creator pot within your body and mine all the element* of health. When yniir nervous system Is In tune with nature's (orces, you wlll'b* well. Consult a chiropractor about your health problems." Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 Neurocalometcr Servic* Dr. Torsten Lindquist Guard fliflg. Blylheville, Ark. FARM (J| LOANS Home Office, Newark, N. J. LOKO TERM rROMPT CtOCIXO LOW HATE CALL, WR1TK OR SKF. RAY WORTHINGTON 115 S. Third St., Blythevlll*. Ark. Serving This S"-Mnn •-. Vfar» Authorized Mortgage Loan Srtlicitnr tor TIIF, FRUISKNTIAI. hNSI'.RANCE COMPANY OF AMRRICA Harvard Brings Negro South for Virginia Game Q.n. . H.n. H.B. . F.B. Substitutions—Blythe- Doolin. Garner. McFarland and Traylor. Pine Bluff- Owens, Lawson, Wilcox, Butcalis. Sparkman. Pnlrw-cnther and Long. Scoring touchdowns: Blytheville— MoFai'laurt i rushing), and Huey (rushinRi. Pine Bluff—Bodie (60- yard return of punt.I Extra point: Pine BUifT—Owens (placement). Officials: Dukle Speck, referee: Jerry Burns, umpire: Harry Sharp, licart linesman; ClifT Marvel), field Judge; anrt Paid Human, clock operator. Score by Quarters: Blythevllle S 0 6 0—12 Pine Bluff 0 ^ Game Statistics B'vllle First Downs 13 Yds Gnlnccl Rush... 215 16 6 2 47 1 3 4 Clarence Kolb - Ffilz Feld Directed b, ANDREW STONE 0 0 Yds. Lost Rush Passes Attempted .... •Passes Completed ... Yds. Gained Passing history today to meet Virginia In a Pass " Intercepted ... game that also may produce the Fumbles . .......... first appearance of a Negro on a j Yds - ^ rumbling., white college gridiron In the South. Oppts. fumbles Rec... Chester pierce, big Negro tackle, u-as listed In Harvard's probable starting lineup. Virginia players had said they would not object to his playing. The crowd was expected to reach 24,000 by klckoff time. • 1 Punts . AVR. Yds. per Punt... 33 Kickoffs 3 Avp. Yds. per Klckoff "In Penalties 3 for 15 P. Bluff 4 6fi 13 9 1 25 0 3 IB 0 7 42 Z 48 1 for 15 Individual Rerorils Blylheville Tries Gnd. L. Minnesota Youth Is First Football 3 Tie for Golf Meet Lead Fatality of Season Series Winners Granted Shares of $5,800 Each Ate* Blark Label—n» rroof .BARKETT HAMILTON, INC. DMtrlbntors, Little Rork CINCINNATI, Oct. 11. (UP) — The Uvo-mlllion-doliar 19V) World i Series set records for both Etttcn- [ dances and rcrcipt.s. but the Brooklyn and New York players had to be jalisfied today with shares of tc.»s than record-breaking projxir- i [ Huey I Gentry . .. j Allen | McParland . ; Lum ! Travlor . .. I Pine Bluff j Bodie . Jones . Owens . ., Long Botsford . . 11 1 12 11 2 9 IS 2 1 1 Avg. 3.45 7 B.33 5.55 3 1.11 3.4S 2.06 2 1 -1 New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Box Opens* Week Days T:I>n Malince Saturday &. Similar S^t.-Sun. 1 p.m. Conl. Showing SELMA. Ala..Oct. 11. rUP)—Thivc iros \\TIT locked in a tie for the cad today as the Siold teed tiff or ihe second routul of the South- ?asterti OtK-n. • : Freri Haas. Jr. of New Orleans. Dr. Carry Mirtdlccotf of Memphis. ; Tenn., and Pete CooiKr of Vcrira ! Beach. Fin. All erday's opening fired Cls round. MINNEAPOLIS. Ort. 11. lUP) — The nation's first football fatality of the scnson wius nn record today following the death here of a 20- yeiir-oltl ^facnlesler Coliefte P^resn- man. John G. Eirfc of Viruinia, Minn. Tlie youth wiys injured' ye-sterduy during a game between tlf Macal- ?n tl« College in yes- [j, sl( , r an( | g t Thomas Cnllclc fresli- Iman teams, and he died in a hos- pi.-tn] ] night. The attending physician said lie brV.evrtl the cause of death was a Inniii laceration, but thai an autopsy would be required to maXe certain. Witnesses at the panie said that Ku'.f, son of Mr. and Mis. O. J. Eicie nt Virginia, was playing safety \\ he rau^ht a punt "and wa.s iarkled : immc<liiite]y. He rose, walked a few steps ami then crumpled to the turf • unconscious. He died four and a half hours later. States Interested in MacArthur's Candidacy MILWAUKEE, Cvt. 11. <UP) — Representatives from nine -states will tauncn a Gen. DoiiKlas Mnc- Arthur-for-Presidetit here Nov. 15. it was announced today. Lansiny Hoyt, \vlio started a VacArlhnr campaign before the H4 elections, said Pennsylvannia, Seeded second to Parker wa.s Jaroslav Drobny. the Cz»clios!ovak1au Davis Cup Are. while Francisco ] Indiana. West Virginia, Ohio. Til- MACKHrtXY Rend Courier News Want Acis. "Panchoi Sc^ura of Ffuador was ] inois, Minnesota. California nnd placed third and Rirardo Gonzaie* ) Louisiana Mould be represented in of Los Angeles Fourlli. addition to Wisconsin. THE EASY-PAY WAY... SATURDAY "West of Dodge City" with Johnny Mack Brnwn Srlecfcd Short Subjects Saturday Owl Show "Cat's Claw Murder Mystery" wilh ,1ohn Milj,in Also Sliorls •'And (Um'l give me any of that somethin)f-musl- lmve-happened-to-1he-motor line ... I happen to know tliat couldn't happen "cause SEAY MOTOR JOMPANY put a nc\v motor in your car!" Pride & Usrey Genera/ Contractors DSRT FOR SALE Phone 517 Sunday ( sind Monday "RED STALLION" BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION THICK ANYWHEUK! R««rTed Seati on S-ile H t Ihe Legion Arena from fi p. m. Every Monday \J)ULTS .(Sc — CHJI.DREN 15« Monday, October 13 * T »T incinflt*> «OX SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH versus FRANK MARCONI and FLOYD BYRD .ALSO TWO 1-FALL, 30-MINUTE MATCHES Bill Canny YS. Tloyd Byrd Fr - nk F Marconi vs. Red Roberts S-A-Y . . . this is tliR practical way out, of- every breakdown you may have with your farm machinery! Hriiijj; i! lo our shop foreman for a look-see: got liis estimate . . . then decide yourself if it isn't (he faiiesi. made anywhere. We do our work reasonably. Hut. that isn't all—you can pay for repairs as you would a new radio, refrigerator etc. All on the easy monthly installment plan! BLADDER IRRITATION Thousand* !l:ivc Found Relief In (he Natural Mountain Valley Mineral Water irom famous ^lot S|»inss, Arlsansus. A pure. sooUmiR aid in rolioiij|ig Irritation of" these deltcale organs, Helpful In stilnulntiug kldupy action and eliminating o.vsirniic wastes. Doctors have prescribed this pleasant rt'alcr for over nity yeiirs. Orrtec a cnse today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOF M»tn »n* Blrtbnll" p.m.; Starts 7:00 p.m. KNOW In Advance How Much Repairs Will Cost. Get Our Free Estimate! 331132 3 '2 SOUTH 2»P ST. I,ast Time Today "Unexpected Guests" with William H.iyrl a.* Mnpnlonr <';ls?hly Serial: "Thr Sr.irlrt Horseman" Alsn ShnvK Saturday Midnile Show Statin at 10: IS p.m. "The Beast with Five Fingers" with RM>rrt Aldn, AiuUr.i Kins snirl Trier I.nrre Also Shorl.s anH Monday "The Shocking Miss Pi^rim" (In Tcehnicolnr) with Beli.v (Irahle and Hirk Unym rAramounl News mill --'''^rls e RAZORBACK .Open lla.m. — 1 a. m. DELICIOUS PIT BARBECUE Cooked With Hickory Charcoal Steaks - Fried Chicken -Seafood • All Kinds Sandwiches Plenty of Parking Space Call Us For Football Results Scores of High School Games at Horn* and out-of-town, available at the end of each quarter - Phone 4341 276 So. Division St.

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