The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 14, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 14, 1947
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER H. 1917 HLYT1IBV1LLE (AUK.) COUKIKR NKWS PAGE , Back on Victory Road, Vepore to Meet Hurricanes )n Jonesboro Gridiron Friday Tlit Blytlicville Chicks, back <>" the victory road alter » cnnvmciru; t'J to ^ win over the Pine Bluff y.cbras hist week, were Imck al me anie old grind at tlie Blytlieville Country club yesterday altemooii .s-slnj n liitle more vim nnd visor HS tliey sharpened ti|> Him huwks for an invasion of Jonesboro Friday nlfilu. Every mpinbrr of the squad np-+ — •cnred in ihe peak of condition and eady to go a.s they ran through eir daily do:«m. . . Following a short calisthenics ses- |ion. Chirk mentors Firman "His" ,\im and Walter IJavis Fent-'llieir llirotigh a rough session o; acklinj; and blocking, thoir <•">•''> weakest points in tlie Zebra game asl week. Jack Elylioll, Ihe Chicks quarl.v- back v.ivo has been atecnt fl'om the lineup lor the past two weeks w(- Jfering from a contusion as a result >f a Wow to the temple received in >ract:ce. before tlie El Dorado game, fvas present at yesterday's drills a"d worrked out wiUi the squad. How- fever, his workouts were limited lo light drills: and he filled in at quar- erback during dummy ecrimniiiRe only, whether or not. he will tie fused tn the Jonesboro till has not peen learned. the Chicks a look nt Ihe system used. The luuiicanos this year employ a mortified version of 'he short punt formation whirls is v:MV effective when operated correctly. Coach Davis ran ihe second .slnn,; from t'nis system with Coach Bymi:n setting uii a defense as the plays were run. However, the two .snu^s more or less walked throligii drills just to get vhc feol of it. bu', will probably run full .speed '.his ernonji. Razorbock Star Suddenly Quits Team at U. of A. FAyETTEVILLE, Ark.. Ocl. 14.' (UP) — University of Arkansas, football letteiman John Hoffnifin was expected to accept a jo 1 ) !n lilttlc Rock following his resignation yesterday from the riiwirback team. . The six-foot two inch. 'JOS iiound fullback left the university for what lie .said were "personal reasons." nut his action followed ' closely umiovs of dissention amonii Arkansas players. Hoffman had one 'more year of cllKlulllly, and left. > *,""''" ,..' Ihe team on the eve of Its lough-' " ncas '"• est game — with powerful Texas i University nt "Memphis. : Hoffman played [lie greatest Kame or his career last November heroic some n.OOO home town fans in Little Rock. Me luu-rcouted a ]Kis.s and scored the touchdown | which enabled Arkansas to upset a ONE AN CROWD Red Roberts, Bill Canny Win Mat Encounter 1 WJJO win was a jnnjoi- fnrtor In Aik- ivnsns KOIIIR \a (\\e CoUrm Howl. Several liundrccl Illythcvillc lnr.s : heavily favorcrt nice team 7-0. The are fxprciett to make the ti'ip t<) .loiH'.sbnro Friday tn \vilness this ajsinial classic which i.s a must on just about everybody's list of football fsiimes to .see. Lloyd Golf, sup- erime-tKlenl of .schools flt Jonr.sboiM .stated tliis morning Hint Hit; South section of the stadium will I*' reserved for Blythevillc lavs u 1th 1 It's Do or Ilir For lilt H"£S Mississippi county liwiball funs liic-ky enoujjli lo obtain ' tin- Atknnsfls-Tcxits Jiiniip St:ic1inm iti Memphis Snuirdny \vl!l wliiioss wlut IOOIHS ns rmi> ot the- Nations' tup Riid tiii.s \vrrk. I^n- the winner of this conti'sl ran use the vir- tory a.s its nrr in tln> hole when it conies ;o cnuiuinu hi-arts In tlin SnnlhnrM ConlViencr in Oecenlbi'r. 'I'o liir I/ui[ili(j]-jis of 'l'ex:\s ft viftory would be' o( Rrealost import mice as it unukl virtually put the some of the ouiMnnrtiiiR high school Kiimi'.t over Hie slate thi.! WM'k. My record for the past l\\o weekK lias b i live misses m\[ at 18 'and one nf those wa.s ft tie) so I'm feeliiiK a little chesty tills week. Little KiM-k al K.irl Smith Oil. brother there .should be law ii«ainst such Knmri us tills. The 'risers uy 30 )>oiilts. Knssrllvlllr al Nurlli l.lltk KiH'k Husselhllle luis hnit a lot of trouble in Rcltlns stntied this year cli'- only Jone.sbnro in five htarls Chicks witnrssrri .seats to accoinodalc rngular MoiKlas afternoon EPSSUIU nit. tlicy are expected lo snnp out ol b this afternoon when the tribal hieftians'"lie-pan tiBhteliillR tip on iheir drills. Tlie Paps game -.vltli Paragould Thursday night will force Coach Byntim to call his usual rire.^ed reliparsal one niwht earlier Illiis week thus giving tlie Cliiek.s •only Loday anri tomorrow to toni- Iplcte Iheir hard workouts. Hurricane Tactics Studied J isistnnt Coach Walter Davis wiled Jonesboro's game w.ith Ftin ih last week and yesterday he Iset «p the Hurricanes offense with Ithe second squad in order to give and BOO persons. The PaiKiosos opened then 1 week- | ]y practices yesterday with a iwl^h i anri touyh scrimtnage -session that I was hailed only when it became too | dark !o see. Coach James Fisher and i Pop Masley ran the first .string against thc'ftvn, three, two, <me defense that caused llirui .so mncn Uouiile in the Jnncslioro aan:.> lasl week in order to familaiize tiie : Paps in case ParagotOd apply.i the , same defense. Ynsterday's drills were mostk in ; blocXing anil tar-Ming with ihe of- \ fensivc .sc&sion expected tins alter- noon. Bobcars of Hope Lead in Scoring On State Gridirons nit of ihi. tuiuitiw for ;"'"' " l1s xn " lr w ""' 1 llc ' l l' lllcln lmf HH "H I IH t VllllllUV, V1.H k M., ... 1. I . I . !„ ll.,,,l. L... .w. ...,!.. I _ the SWC lillc, nnd (o tlu 1 Porkers a virtory would bo doubly Inipuri- iinl hinsimii Baylor on Top of 'Heap in Hot Southwest Conference Grid Battle By United L'rcss * EHminaling play gets underway In I big fashion among the favored RCII- 11.!•>* in the Southwest Conference ] football race thLs wenk with the [spotlight on Dallas where Rice and I Southern Methodist open their bids and TCXHS I Tech are on tap for the week wi;.h I Texas playing Arkansas at MemphVi, ITctin.. and Texas A. and M. mcei- I Ing Texas Christian at Fort, Worth. building up a three-iouchrtown lead in the first half. Texas "ill IIP an oilds-on f:iv- 1 orJtp tn trim Arkansas hi HIP ncti- ! tnil Tcnnrssre -stttuip; as the HORS conlimie to look worse gunic !>>' | RLime. ' While Avka»sus was losing to Hay- l.I'ITLR HOCK, Ark,. O<-1. 14.- The I|n[ie Bolvals. top Cluss A A i lean) hi District 7. \vas At Kansas'! highest, scoring Double-A football; team llnouyh Raines of Ool 4, Jolinnie Burneli, rxpculivp srnx 1 - Inry for the Arknnsns Alhl^lir A.s- socintion. nnnoujuTd yeslnrday. Rprorris computed by the AAA show the Bobcats IIAVR scored n total of 130 pnhH.s \vllh Van Unroii of District 1. swornl with total of ill jwint.s scored. . Mansfield, top class A IMJII in i the Fourth District, is thai division with a total points scored. 'file Association's I'ocmds. show 1 that Mntusfirld's Ardrll Blylhp Ice) inclivkhinl .icorcrs with a 'tntiO^nf 71 poinl-s and, Bnh Lassiler. also of Mansfield anri Tyron Lewis of FnycVtevillc \\-crc. .tieri for second with 49 points oac-h. Ten high school (cams rrmalneJ unscored on as nf this dato, ar- rordinp tn fhr trcoids. Thcv Mnri-"d Tree. Enrle. Trumann. l,it- |ln Rock. Con way. Parkin. Crowr'l. Kudora. Donnott. and Wlilte Hull. ','Go/fcr Stranahan W/ns Texas, whicli ha.s come along fasi < fi RUrct | dished out several n o supplant Rice as title: favorite, | C j siori5i and the Aggies will be making their | 1 conference play debuts, but their ' opponents already have broken the I ice. 1 Coach Bob \VniHlrufrs Buvlor j briiinf, stood alone at the top. of j the heap loday by virtue of a last-half surge thai pare them an upsrl 17-9 victory over hitherto unrtcfen.trd. untied and unscorert- nn Arkansas. Arkansas' defeat dropped them lo the .aOO mark with a victory and a loss in conference play. The Ho^s § ' 'ci R 6-0 triumph over TCU for jr victory. The defeat left thn ncd frogs'in the cellar, where they are expected to finish over the full season route. On ihe basts of last week's play. Rice will be the favorite over SMU. The OwLs breezed to a 33-Q victor;, over Tulaixe, at Houston to show some of the- latent power they had been heralded n.s possessing all along. On the otberhand. SMU got i out with a 21-1-t victory over Oklahoma A. and M. at StHlwater after overcoming a stubborn Oklahoma. . eleven at, Dallas 34-14 in n game] FOHT SMITH. Ark,, Oct. 14. iUP> complete with pop bottle .showers I —Fr=.nk Strnnnhan. the youn:j. nnd police protection for Referee \ wealthy Toledo, o.. shotmnker. holds Jack Sisco whom Oklahoma fans j (he Harriscrabble Comitrv Club In" -aw de- I vitptional golf trophy tortay as further proof of his ability. Texas A. and M., although bream- Tlie Walker Cup siar shot a ,sen- .1 as they will need the win lo sniy in the conference running and »l ihe sumr lime I hey would like in revenue dial. 20 to 0 lickinfi thai knocked them out, of ft full conference championship Inst ye:u\ The Rn7.4>rhjirk.t. their face.s redder Ih ft n Client Hi I tain's financiJil stntemem. iKi'.vcd RrarefiiKy to t he Baylor Hi-ais by u n to fl .score ]j\<;l week foi 1 UHMV firsl rtmipvciifo loss, Tlie Hears ronreci from behind in Ihe final ^nailer to topple the hl»h-ftybif; ll;uuhill brmnde whicli was up to Iain i liar antics of Cel- ling .some points and then calling on the defmst' (o din in nnd protect Ihe load. Hut Ibis time (hciv weren't enoujih nnnns, Texns* 34 nl 0 I inning of Dip lor- rid Tarheels ol" North Carolina n Iradluc! couple of «erks :\^o placed them of 148' near the lop of UK; nations' si»i:k. of Rood football I cams -JUKi their 34 to 14 tvovmcmn of the Oklnhoma Sooners Saturday nrtdcrt ;o tiieir cause. Steers Wny Atipiul lit St-rU-s Tn I he 2B meetings bcUvcon tlie two teams tlio Ha/orbm-ks have wo.i only five limes. Their Jiist vii:lory came in 19:i;i when Coiu'h Prcil Thom.sen's as-^resjation repulsed the Steers 20 to (i. Texas \vm\ the. next year 19 lo r2 but tlie HOR.S came back !n 193i to be^in a four-ye.'.r roipn. Tluiy «on thai year 2B to 13. 6 lo 0 in '36. '21 lo 10 in '37 and 42 " lo G In *3H. But in mo in just ^5 seconds, Texu.s Eiot rc^'enwe for lhi.;c beatincs and diublied tlie Porkeis 14 lo 13. C'oac'h Woody Johnson's Bulldogs duta'l do ns jjoort RRulnst Stibtiico »-^ x\c rxnect'ed bm they Rhoutdn't I in \'f n i »y I rouble hi 1 re. I 1 " rasovfTd bv two touclidowiis. llnr Khlff »( 4'iimilt-i\ Ni>« that I have sent Ihf Xebr:is in tu'tlon Tm not so sure ol thU one, The Mules \\erc torn to pieces by injuries when they met BlyMu 1 ville last week Lul If they RIP bark In .shape tliis werk they should lake this one hy U point.-.. Hnpr ut TrvnrkAiiii The' I Job.™ Is npueiir to bf pn-tty sir<tnn this jear HIH! the Hii/or- bucks nve Just. ab<uii mrdU'.otf so t rhoosn Hope here by (hrre toucli- n n u-lihhvmd finish Ih'd llub.-rls and lull Canny dcfcMpd Floyd Dyid » n (1 Km n k M it r co] 11 I wo in it o ( Ehife falls in (ho lajj fen tun* of last nlelil's weekly wre-slhun ?l;<iw al 'he American l^nioji Arenn lu'i'.*, Tlu- bulElsli Robert A and Cflni\y rnlllrd aEler droi)i>iuu I he' firM (all to la'Ko Ihe final two In n wild at- fnii- that, ended up with liyi'd sjiriiulInK on the cniu'n.^.s a.s Ihi' climax ot n biutnl ben HUE of I In,' henrl by U aborts mul Cunny. Marconi aiutHyrd copped itii' ( fall In ?kj minute wilh Hyid cllm- limtln« Canny m 20 minnir-s with » crab hold. Mtirconl used his ex- ce.ssh'c sUrUKth lo pLu Uobi'it.s 1\\'f mlnulrs Inlcr atti'i 1 u M^vU'.s of bUuvs (tf Hie mlilrrcllon. Ciuiny nnd Hobcrls caim 1 luiek to take ihe second full In 10 minutes. Rolu'iE.s rllinhmlmji llyn! In IL\'I' minutes (o1Low;nv; flstk- biuvvl Ihnt was second tn untie. (Junnv applied RU nnnlomlcnl twist lo Maruitil (o taki' (he fall live minutes hitri. The Ihhxl fall oponi-d (UM and Tin tons with Kobt-rts ami Canny tnkiitK 'he offruslve. Tlu- rinul 'ronml was Cull t)f hee-for-uli fline- ups wllh Canny and Hobrri.s euu'i-;- IUR vinorious nllev 'JO mmulr> ul icllvi(y. [tobi'rls elluiiniilctl M:n 1 In 10 inimiles with a body .slam and a pin nnd Cunny pinned ilvr*l 10 luinuti's later altet 1 a scru-:, ol i)lo\vs to I hi* heurl. In thn two one-Tall preliminary mntrlirs Canny dr-fr-atcd Byrd I" IS minutes with u bur arm and ;e£ Ole Miss/ 'Bamo, LSU to Be on the Rebound Saturday ATLANTA, a if.! Ocl, M. (UP)-- Ijxik for Oh 1, AliiOinnn nnd Ksu (o be on the lebuwid £:»uir- dn> hi ii rc.shuffk 1 of puwer In thp. nmM. mlxcd-up .SoulHrjutcni C'on- [I'H-iU'C nice In years, adviuice no- Ih-i'.'; , S i>id loday. Holli Mtssl.s.sippl nnd Tulane were po.^iin^tic nluMit llii-l: K.ilind;iy ,u Ni-w Orleans It -Afh Tockh viHiiiiin d:iy [in- tup t*'.s . . bin iiUov wuisrcullvtt IOASVK fu doo] nl:i Tech iincl JUcc, the Wnvc will rut i" llio imili'iHoK rnl»\ U wns liHMily r b \pl;ilnctl thul do- r>uts ni. i lie hands ot 'I Veil and _ the .y mil 1» \vt\sl Ov\1s umiM ni>l alone] i\sl:il>lisli Tulunr us Limlcr<lu£. Tho j to ktnic:k Olf MLiM iirrloMiiiinri! ji» Vim- ' dnbtlt (M Dial. The ItrliftJs piled U[> twliT us m:inv first downs, onL- Seasonal r rnB ROCK, Ark;, Oct. 14. ^> — Aikans*5, -ndiwtrlal leaders wfic« furmulallng pJarw today to cure lh P »Utc's chronic iea*>*- nl iitiomplnynient. The Uidu.sirlalists will exchange Idcns at two conferences, to be held at Kort .Smith, Oct. 21, ijid Llttl* Hock Oct. 22, The conferfciww ar« beliiK .s|K>iisoicd jointly by the Ark- nnsa.i chamber ot Commerce »nA tho National A.<ucoclntlon of M»n- iifiu:Uircrs. Ulscuxslon nt the conferencM will ho (Hrrctrtl by N.A.M. Indns- (tip.t rclntioiiA .sppclnllsts David M. MoMhrnp nn f | John Con very, both of New Yoi'k. punCi'd. (»utni-shrd iind oulp;issrd - - hid lost ihr that ntljs drcp - Into tkd ConnnodoLp.s rate R« favoritf*, A I)|R would be for Auburn ovor (Borgia Tpch her*. Mis.^wl|)|)j siato, with one loss to blrmlflh it's ircord. rales aa r'nvorlte lo tnpplr nnquehuo, and will have . ., | ing the second conference team to 1 sationnl, four under par 31 on the fal'l to Louisiana State, still show- j first nine holes in his final match (Krrohi H( Krvlur Coiit'b. Hube Hovce's Srmlnoles should cast a bid for Hie UOf of the hard hick (ram of Ihe yp«r because they hnve had plenty o[ II nnd this, nil mo will ndd to their worries. Rector by seven points. Forrrst C\(y si< Mr(i«1irr The Mnstnn^s Imve. born ridden bul they rue far from broke. For- [ CLly. by 13 polnl.s. l*;t rn g i> till) (.Juniors* Ml I Pop'.-. Paps should be back hi ihr groove nflcr iheir unexpected In tlir Whirlwinds lust week, hm the nullpup* won't, bo a push over, The Papooses by 14 points. Klylhcvlllr. »l Jonrsbnro Both the Hurricanes ' nnd IIif ; Chicks won their f> nines lust week I wVur.h should raise their morale 10< : per nnd makr I his contest, one of the best. The Hurricanes will br j playing on their home IMA which one point, hi their favor but Hi (ho ( iitldmon A drfi-:il llkr iVLUi .skins. Alubuuiu ruti'it fuvovilc to 'iV'iun'ssi'c In 11 ui juinnal clns.slc, ^I'lu-iiitlrtJ .Siilurdny ul ] ^uiKJiinn shit i', nCIrr hoi up rlp- CJ('oi>:in, fdunvrd II ic* «onrs ' vnniUt'd ni:irh1iic thnt hud li'it by \\] lipping thr Texn.s Tho Tluci'-s report rd only siiiiUy n nd will he romly Kulnst. tho puworful Boston K:i^U'.s .Siilunlny nl^hl In game before engaging fin .SKO opponent. Florida In uwimloK tt] North Carolina felate. by • ill U.vst.iu Top 'lulling UUl -Kpiilurkv tind Mn remit flrfr 10 iiiiiinirs witli Il luckier find ed cnotigh offensive ability In !o.s- inp 19-\3 to rate an (Jdse over TCU. who came through with iis fhnt victory of the season in do'.vnin:; Miami 19-6. : ; . Baylor, of course, \yill be favored over Tecli. loses to Tesn-s ami the Aggies but a victor over TuEsu IRS' week. The margin of Baylor"?) triumph will be closely watched by Langhorn and Aggie followers. D/xie Grid L6op Closes i PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 14. (UP)— : The Dixie Foot b;il 1 Lea cue, an affi- ' Hate ot the National Football league, was out of operations today unit] the 1948 season. : i The league comprised seven t<*am"> '. - -;he Charlotte *N. C,) Clippers. : Jie Greensboro < N. C.> Patriots, Nosfoiks Shnnirocks, Portsmouth Pirates. Richmond Rebels. Roanok? Travelers, and the Newport New.s Builders. Tom Slpphcnson or Kansas City to sain a six-hoW lead, nud then uvm on to close out lii.s opponent C and 5, in the scheduled 36 hole march Sunday. Str.tnahan, who was tlip JH»- nounred favorite when mar in Bud Ward, the former national amateur chnnipion. was etimiiiHlcd by Stc- phrnsnn in the 1 scmi-final.s. finished the morning round eight-np nnd then withstood a late challenge by .SrepJiPiison. )Inrctserabb]e will be the scene of a not lie 1 ]' outstanding tournament Alarum-, lod;w when several of tur Nation's top women performers S"L tocether foi' the women's open tourney. Heading Uie list will be Mrs. Mildred (B;ibc» Zaharifls who returned recently to the pro ranks :o accrpt mov ; e offers, of District 3. Tlsp! seorc? Wlio care, 5 . B.S long a.i we win? ; Leahy Turns Optimistic In Mid-Season Statement Arkansas had jnsi i-clinqiii.shT'd ! • the ball tn UK: Steers wUh 15 sec- j ClilrKs .should come iiwny Irom this ond.s remahnnK lo play auri t]!oy ' tussle crowned ns Ihr Double-A were lending by n n 'to 7 count Chnmps of Distrlrt wlien a chunky little fcllou- nnnicd "Jack Rabbit I" Ciain grabbed n pass in the Hat nnd raced 69 yards for ft TD. And that run by Grain seemed to have took (lie ".stuff" out of the Ra?/,Mbacks lor they haven't won a gntnc since. This year isn't expect-cd lo be an exception either. KspeeUUly wuh the key man in BnruhiU'.s punt-and- hold systemb. Auhrry FTtwlor, riding j the bench. Fowler received a hrokr I en rib in ttie Baylor Riimc Salui'- I dnv nnd \\ill b(i out of Ibr linnip for an Indefinite pcriod/'accordiiiR to Bairnhill. Leon "Muscles 1 ' Campbell, the HOJJX RCC fullback and linebacker is sufferin«- Iron] a knee injury nnd he too may be out of the Texas l.nssle. But despite- the unfavorable pvon- aganda tliars floating aroutKl. ihi' Rame should be our; out of the book and I envy fans that hold tickets for the alfnir. The Detroit river carries more commerce in tonnage than any other river in the world. Hero We <i» Afciiln Another week Itn.s roiled around r>nd its time to try pur luck once a pa in at pirkhif* the outcome of CHICAGO. Ocl. 14. <UP»—Friviik I^-ahy may ue wondorlnp, today whnl promoted him to do U.. but the . sofi-.s^okrn conch of NotrV Dome's ' Unhlint; Irish wns on record "with ! the flrsl in id-sen-son optimls'V 1 ' statpmeni lie hns made in ninny ' ycnis oT rtmehiiiK. j Leahy's hish paiejilly was arons- i rd ycsUi'cluy RS someone at a ciunr- i tcrhack club luncheon dsked: "How 1 badly do you think Michigan could I whip Noire Dame?" | "I just wish we 1 , had ail opportun- i ity to beat Michigan," Lenhy snm>- 1 ped- "We'd be happy lo play them 1 any lime,' on any Saturday, any | Kail." Leahy blamed pre-sea-son publicity for Notre Dame's unimpressive show-in*; in defeating IPttAhllrfth and Purdue this senson. Read Courier WPW« Wani A<M. MACKIittXY THE EASY-PAY WAY.;. S-A-Y . . . (his is tlie practical way out of every breakdown you may have wilh your farm machinery! Bring it to oi;r shop foreman for a look-see; gel his estimate .. . . then decide yourself if it isn't Ihe fairest made anywhere. \Ve do our work reasonably. But Ihal isn't all—you can pay for repairs as you -would a now radio, rrfviirerator etc. All on the easy Pnionlhly installment plan! KNOW In Advance How Much Repairs Will Cost. Get Our Free Estimate! 3/2 SOUTH 2»P ST. 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