The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1947 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1947 Chicks to Tangle With Ancient Foe • Gam* in Joncsboro To Decide District Three Championship • Blythevlllc's two football teams, the Chicks and the Paps, will begin practicing this afternoon for their games with old grid rivals this w*elc. 1 The Paps, smarting from » 12 to 1 licking at the hands of an underdog Jonesboro team last week, will take on the Bnllpups of Paragould . it Haley Field Thursday night and | their big brother Chickssaws will I meet the Jonesboro Golden Hurricanes in Jonosboro Friday night. • The Paps-Bultpuyis game. *as originally scheduled for Friday jjlght but was moved up until Thnrs- day night in order to give Blythe- vllie fans an opportunity to witness the Chicks-Hurricanes annual battle. . > By al! indications the Paps will be favored In their tussle this week. Tlie Butlpups bowed lo the Osceola Junior Semlnoles by a 14 to 12 count last week, indicating lhal they are not ns power-studded as they have been in past years. But on the olher hand, the Paps were also favored In the Jouesboro game last week | but Ihe tables were turned so almost anything could happen. ; The Chicks, too, will be rated as favorites Ibis week. Their 12 to 7 victory over the Pine Bluff Zebras last Friday night, upped their rut- ing in Ihe Big Ifl Conference considerably and probably will give them at least a two-touchdown listing over the Hurricanes. But never,in the 23-year history of the Chick-Hurricane rivalry lias a game been so Important as the one this year. Not only will tlie two teams be going all ont to defeat their arch foes but the main significance of the game this year Is that .the winner will represent District 3 playoff. Baylor Defeats Arkansas The mighty Bears would never say in their game with Arkansas at SVaco, Texas. Hen. Lyle ulackwood, 14, Baylor, got* hljih Into the »lr after being spilled by Melvin McGaha, 82, Arkansas end. Other players are 12, Charles Uvely, Arkansas lackle, and No. 11, Bobby Griffin, Baylor left halt- back. Baylor won b a score of 17 »o t. (NEA Tele photo.) Army, Minus Blanchard And Davis, Still One of Notion's Best in the state Doublc-A Jonesboro annexed their first vie- By STAN OPOAOWSKY (United Press Sports Writer} NEW YORK, Oct. 13. (UP) — The rta.v of recknlng with which collet'c football has bitterly threatened Army for more than three years seemed far in the future today as the Cadets opened practice for Virginia Polytechnic, still undefeated after 31 games. AL least a war came along td break up the New York Yankees when they became baseball's Invln- cibles. Bui. what will stop Army? Surely not the loss of Felix Blanchard and Glenn Davis; after the way the cadets choked the attack of vaunted Illinois Saturday while " w tcrln •": trial.' tory ot the season lost week with ft. i the touchdown twins were 1.500 12 to 7 win over the Fort Smith Grizzlies, In a game which was a little more than a battle between two weak teams. But it has long been the saying that anything can happen when Jonesboro and Blytheville ploy and the Whirlwinds' upset victory over the Paps week bore out that saying. last lilcs away. The Army game against Virginia 'cc'h this week does not. figure to be too tough a test on tho Cadets, who haven't been scored on In hrce starts this season. However, here's still Notre Dame on Nov. B, Pcnn the following week and hen Navy In the finale. Rud Courier New» Wani Ads. Army's 0 to 0 tic before 05.000 bored willi Illinois fans Saturday definitely established the Cadets as one of the top teams In the East, with Pcnn the chief rival.' Klscwhere around the nation. No- Ire Dame — with Johnny Lujack I'lilane. 33-0 loser to Rice, faces Mississippi In other games on the bill. North Carolina visits the historic lircclncts of Willlamsburg, Va.. to play William and Mary. Wake For- ;st tackles George Washington and Duke, after a humlllallng tic willi Navy faces Maryland In Ihe South. In the far , west, mighty Texas goes up against Arkansas, the team upset by Baylor Saturday. TCU faces the Texas Aggies. Baylor meets Texas Tecli and Rice tan gles with SM'U. Texns downed Oklahoma. 34-14. in a wild and wool)' spcclacle Saturday while TCU lost to Miami, Fla., Friday night. , California's Golden Bears, picking up sleain as they 10, :ncet Washington State this week In the wnke of their 48-7 interseollonal win over Wisconsin. Washington State was losing to Michigan. 21-7, at the same time. UCLA, 24-7 winner over Oregon, meets Stanford's loss-packed team , • while Southern Cal face Oregon I ? sl State and Washington runs up Blythcville Man Wins Top Money In Old Car Derby Otlo Scrapes of Blythoville, driving two dllfevcnt cuvs, copped top money In the American Legion's Old Car Derby held nb Walker Park yesterday afternoon. Scrapes, driving n Hudson Special racer owned lay the Conley IJi'others Garage of BIytheville, placed first in the feature event, a 20-lay reverse race, and first in the opening rncc between the three cars rcfiis- the best time in the time while driving his own ear, also a Hudson Spccinl. Jerry Amick of Jonesboro, driving the Mnscari Special, one of the fastest cars ever entered in a race here the Conlcy Brothers car and Scrapes' Hudson Special, won second money by winning two firsts and a second place in the three races In which lie competed. Driving the Mnscnri Special, owned by Joe Mascavi ot Memphis, Amlck won the second race, a six- fcazorbacks Lose To Baylor, .17-9 Arkansas Team to Meet Longhorns in Memphis Saturday Mid-South football fans will be treated to one of the South's top games Saturday afternoon when the Longhorns from Texas tie-up with the nazorback.s of Arkansas m Memphis' Crump stadium, a contest that will have a lot of bearing on the Southwest Conference title. Undefeated and untied so far this season, the Longhorns walked over Oklahoma 34 to 14 in an Inlersec- tlonal battle last week while the Hogs were dropping their first of the .season lo the Bears of Baylor by a ]7 to 9 score. All of the Bears point came in the final period Just when It looked as if tlie Razorbacks haci things pretty well isewcd up. Saturday's meeting has the prospect.'; of being as materially important in the outcome of the Soutji west Conference chase as the Steer. Hazoj back meeting of last year. Tex> as emerged from that meeting with i 20 to 0 victory tucked under Its bel anil it was tliat lass that cost tin Hoes a full conference champion ship and It uas the only blot on HI otherwise perfect conference record, The game will featjrc the passim; of Bobby Layne against the running and throwing of Clyde Scott, Arkansas' ucc and two of the Conference's best scatbacks will be running In opposing backllclds. Kenny Holland for Arkansas and Byron Big Red's Last Stand Before his permanent retirement from public view. Man o 1 War proudly poses tor what is to be his last portrait. Still handsome at 30, Big Red is being painted at Faraway Farm, hard by Lexington, Ky., by Vaughn Fianncry. Will Harbert, Negro groom known to hundreds of thousands, holds the V greatest of race horses and famous sire. Rostrum Debut Gilli'oy of the Longhorns. This will be the first time in tlie history of the Arkansas-Texas rivalry that the Hogs have usort anywhere but Little Rock for i's home site. Coach John Batnhill, seeking more seats; moved the game to Memphis where a sell-out crowd of around 30,000 is expected. NBA Checks Army Announcement of Boxer's Release riefinilely the key factor -— t nnd _ Michigan were the kingpins oJ' the i lower to against Oregon. Stahford lost to Santu Clara,137; Oregon State downed Idaho, 33-6; and Washington beat St. Mary's, 26-6, In Ihe East, Columbia. 17-1 upset NEW YORK. Oct. 13. (UP) — As announcement was nrade today that Rocky Graziano hod signed to lap affair between three of the fast- ! defend his middleweight title a- Memphls car was i gainst Tony Ztile at Miami, Fla. further competition i Feb. 12, the National Boxing As- due to motor trouble developed dur- soclation began Investigating the Ing the last lap of this race. War Department 6 recent disclo Anilck won the fourth race driv-U»'e that Graz lano had receive, ing the Conley Brothers car and ' n. ^dishonorable discharge from th placed second in Ihe feature event, while driving Scrapes' car. cars. The forced out ot e Yale, plays Penn thli Southeast,' Texas in the Southwest i week, Cornell meels Navy Brown f Jonesboro, who nnd California and UCLA in the, faces Dartmouth. Colgate meels far West were the boys to beat, i Princeton, Harvard plays Holy The Southern Conference was (he ; Cross and Yale goes Into the in- nation's big question mark. North , tersectlonal field against Wiscon- Carollna has Its sugar bowl team I sin in addition to the Army-VMI back almost hUnct this year, but j game. Cornell downed Colgate, 27-18; Brown swamped Rhode Island Stale, 55-6; Dartmouth lost to Pcnn 32-3; Harvard suffered Also Black Label—90 Proof BARRETT HAMILTON, INC. " Distributors, Little Rock the Tarheels have been downed by Texas and by Wake Forest of their own league. Notre Dame needed every one of Lujack's 14 passes to beat Purdue, 22-7, Saturday and now faces Nebraska IUU week. Michigan, headed" for the Big Nine crown, licked Pitt. 69-0. and now plays Northwestern. Illinois runs up against Minnesota, Indiana is poor Pitt's next on a bone-crusher schedule, and Ohio State tackles Iowa. Under Red Sanders' helm. Vn.nri- erbllt takes Us unbeaten record In'(o action against Kentucky In » Southeastern conference game while Georgia tech meets Auburn. Vnndy downed Mississippi. 10-6. and Tech licked VMf, 20-0, Saturday. LSU. 19-13 .victory over Texas A <fe M meets Boston College, and MACKMZW 41-0 loss to Virginia, and Holly Cross lost to Villanova, 13-6 Saturday. THE EASY-PAY WAY... S-A-Y . . . this is the practical way out of every breakdown you may have with your farm machinery! Bring it to our shop foreman for a look-see; get his estimate . . . then decide yourself if it isn't the fairest made anywhere. We do our work reason. ably: But that isn't all—you can pay for repairs as you would a new radio, refrigerator etc. All on the easy monthly installment plan! KNOW In Advance . How Much. Repairs Will Cost 'Get Our Free Estimate! Top SEC Teams Facing Tough Foes This Week ATLANTA. Oa., Oct. 13.'(UP)— Georgia Tech's Yellowjackets and Vanderbllt's Commodores rode high atop the Southeastern conference standings today but both saw their unblemished records threatened by a grueling schedule ahead. The 'Jackets, 20 to 0 conquerors of Virginia Military Institute Saturday, breathed a lot easier than the Gold at Nashville. Vamly's 10 to 6 win over Mississippi Saturday- was anything but a pushover and tVi>s week Red Sanders' crew lakes on the surprising Kentucky Wildcats. Kentucky, winging with Dan (Dopey) Phelps, surprised the power- laden Georgia Bulldogs Saturday in Louisville and crushed them 26 to 0 Tech appeared to have things easier. Saturday the team meets Auburn, weak sister of the conference. The Plainsmen triumphed 1!0 to 1* over Florida. Saturday when the injured Travis Tidwell lossed a last quarter touchdown pass. Officials of the N. B. A. wan Third money went to'bnvid May | to k ," ow «'hy the War Departmen placed second s \»]>lc_d out *° N ™ ri A '"'^fZ 0 ^ the first race ami third in Ihe ourth In a Studebaker Special swned by the Joneson Garage ot jiixorn. On Ihe eighth lap of the eature race. May spun through the nslde fence on the track's west curve, forcing him lo rclire from the race. njury. A total of seven cars participated yesterday's derby, the largest leld to compete this year. Two other cars, a four cylinder Dodge which 40,000 dishonorably discharged ser vice men for this surprise disclosure that broke the Wnr Department's oft-stated policy of secrecy about service men who had . Embittered bv a long succession May, however, escaped of atlacfcs by publicity . s8ecklnK po ii- Livestock Show Officials Plan Bigger '48 Event LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 13. i UP) — Arkansas Livestock Shovr officials, pleased with the success , of the 1047 event which attracted I more than 150.000 persons, lookctt | forward today to an improved show | next year. > State Sen. Clyde E. Byrd, le- . eu'avy-manager, said that the 1Q43 • show will be more successfi-l be<. nr-c by that time nine fireproof ] buildings'will have been compiet- j ed to house exhibits. One of the buildings will be the rodeo coliseum sealing 8.000 persons. It -,ilso ! is expected that the building will j be utilized for big-time basketball i games for the 19'!8-49 season. Byrd said he will make four recommendations to the association's board of governors to provide for: more parking facilities, an enlarged midway, employment of fulltlrne I personnel throughout the year, and * construction of a grandstand (or j special daily programs and enter- • tainmcnt. t largely with what lie saw and i heard while there. Farm for Sale Extra good farm—located 25 miles from sikestoxt. This farm lias 204 acres of black sandy loam. Iteal corn and alfalfa land. Well drained willi extra nice fi-room house and large Inirn. Located on sood highway. This is an unusual buy at S125 an acre. Possession first of year. You will have to see me at one* to get tills. Contact . . . ' Lyman Gross at the Gross Hotel •. Sikeston, Mo. LET US DECARBONIZE YOUR OIL HEATER New scientific method eliminates nil carbon . . . creates new efficiency. Phone 2302 for prompt service. was formerly known as the Roy Turner Special, owned by Jimmy Thompson of Memphis, and a B. Model Ford owned by T. R. Yen- able of Bragg City. Mo., spun Jirough the fence during practice runs, forcing them to remain in the pit during the races. * ticinns upon the leather-tossing sport, which Ironically seems to lack any self defense of its own, the N. B. A. bigwigs began chcek- circumstnnces of the War De- Head delegate to the UN from the new Moslem state of Pakistan, Sir Mohammad Zyfrullah Klian, is pictured making his first major speech before the world organization. He declared that partition of Palestine into Arab Jewish states was "physicallj and geographically a monstrosity." Parker Defends Title MEXICO CITY. Oct. 13 (UP) — Frankic Parker of Lot Angeles, top- seeded defending champion who drew » first round bye, opened dc- fen.s* of hu title today in second round singles play of the sixth Pan- American Tennis Tournament. Canny, Roberts Wrestle Byrd and Marconi Tonight Bill Canny and Ecd Roberts, one of the most popular mat teams In this area, return to the local ring tonight to take on Flovtl Byrd nnd Frank Marconi in the tag feature of the American Legion's weekly wrestling show. The Canny-Roberts duo is one of Promoter Mike Mcroncy's best drawing cards, having won this distinction through numerous years o* activity in the ring here. The two grapplcrs are masters of the grunt and groan business nnd see eye to eye on the question of how to deal with opponents. Byrd and Marconi made their first appearance as a team here last week and walked off with a hard- fought victory over Joe \Volle and Hcd Roberts. Marconi is noted mostly for his excessive strength and relies solely on this when he enters the ring. Byrd. on the other hand, is diminutive In size aiHV depends mostly on his knowledge of foul tactics to see him through. In the two one-fall preliminary matches Roberts and Byrd will Editor to Address Joint Meeting of Civic Clubs partment's disclosure for possibilities of wrongful political pressure or worse. Without attempting the slightest CABUTHKRSVILLE, Mo., Oct. defense of Cirazlano, hot-collared ! 13. — Prank: Ahlgren, editor of the representatives of the N. B. A. let Memphis Commercial Appeal, will it be known that' the Association ' be guest speaker here at a joint j meeting of the Kiwanis and Rotary I club, and Junior Chamber of Commerce tomorrow night. The meeting is to be held at the Baptist Church, beginning with a meal at six-thirty. hns taken no action against him and is 'contemplating none. Southeastern PGA Title Won by Florida Golfer SELMA, Ala., Oct. 13. (UP) — Pete Cooper, Vero Beach. Fla. professional, was $400 richer today and held the Southeastern PGA Open Golf crown besides. The smooth-stroking Floridian came in with a 68-61—535 in the final 36 holes oi the tourney here yesterday to win the championship by three strokes with a total of 272. Amateur Gene Dahlbender was second with 215 even though he fell far off the pace yesterday with a 71-73—144. In Saturday's rounrl Dahlbendcr had set a new coursr record with an cight-xmder-par (i to take the midway lead. Mr. Ahlgren recently returned from a trip through Europe, and it Is presumed that his talk wilt deal COLUMBIA BREWING CO. , S T. L O U I S T and berg Scores TKO STOCKHOLM. Sweden, Oct. 13. t jp>—OHic Tanrtbcrg. Swedish hea vywelght contender who will SA: for New York Nov. 21. scored ' technical knockout over Aaron Wil son, American Negro, at the en* of the fourth round here last night. square off in the first with Marcon, and Canny tangling In the second. Starting time is 8 o'clock. 1 1 NTERNATIONAL' HARVESTER ^SOUTH2»?ST. PHONEB63 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! 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