The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1947 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, OSJOBER 24, 1947 T3LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS G?.c.vS Rest in Russellville, Hold Light Wor! out for Game Tonight With Subiaco Trojans The Blytlieville Chickasaws rested in Russollvillc today for their tfame in _ Paris, Ark., toniglii with the highly- touted Trojans of Subiaco Academy. The Blj'thevllle Chickiisaws rested »• In Russellvllle lod:iy for their game In Paris. Ark,, tonight »'ith the highly-touted Trojant ot Subiacn ^ Academy. M Tht Chicks arrived in RusselivlMe yesterday afternoon and held a light workout on the Ryssellvllle Cyclones field this mornliiK In their Hrml B<H together before gamellme tonight. Approximately the »ame lineup Pops to Play Intra-Sauad Game Today The Blyfhevlllf Papooses, unsuc- that started Against the Jo.icsborci cessful in their attempts to fill the Golden Hurricanes last week is ex- peeled to take 10 the field tonight with perhaps one exception, Caji- ? GH i Sp £ H i? ht California Teams in Showdown For Keys to Rose Bowl Gates Shines On Porker And Ole Miss Tilt ATLANTA, Oa., Oct. 94 (UP) — With the citadel fumbhlnt stopgap aid *sor Georgia Tech and Kentucky bouncing off to the hinterlands of East L*nilng, the SoutheatterA grid spotlight fociu- ed today on Saturday's Ge«i;gla- Alabama (angle at Athtni and the InMratclional Ole MUis-Arlian. sas tilt in MemphU. Oeor»ia> twlce-betOn Bitlldoc* rated tix point (»vorl'.»i and a win by Wally Butts' ov«w would BV STKVE SNIDKK (Unlltil Press Sports Writer) , NEW YOHK. Oct. 24. (Ul')-Soil- thern California's sun-klsscd TM- Jans, nine tiuu's the liosc Uo«l choice' of the Weal, were rated a three-point favorite today to end the rugs-to-i'lchcs race of I.vnn Waldorf and I he California Hears In a showdown fight Saturday for the keys to the Rose Bowl gates, The clash of the West Coast, giants at Berkeley stands as fooi- I m> to Utah st:iU>, altein|)lliiR to Uel out of Hi,, collar. ly used for refcuo oiwrntloni, «»s u«lf. The first 14 to ne re«cued ing K decommissioned ConU were taken uboard bv. the 10000- cumrd cutter, i ton Unker, Colhm. ' Twttnly.one of lh« men wt'r«, ' • • picked up by the Mlinmlonka 11-' Heart Courier News Want Ad». leave th« front gate open for' ball's (•nine of the week ulthovich Georgia Tech's league leaden un-1 Michigan, Illinois. Duke. Wake Por- one with | est, nnd Texas arc embroiled in crucial contests with their conference championship status at stake til their last game Georgia here, No matter how thil conltst conies out, Mlailulppl'i warriors open date this week caused by the wM, be™l"Smorrow to irte ih. ca eolation of the Wynne game, ] pigskin hide off the Arkansas Ha- wlll stage a private feud at Haley! zorbacks. points over the boys from west of th* river, too. * win for get the starting nod. Dennle Gentry win probably draw the starting right halfback assignment. The Trojint are expected to field a heavy team with their line averaging aimosl 180 pounds to the man and their backficld weighing in at approximately IK. This jvill (jive , . ra-squad tilt. Kickoff time Mississippi will shove them, through once -beaten, closer to the top of is set for 3:30, , The practice contest will be of the league. They are now runners- regulation length and will be played up. just as if the Paps were playing One of the bigger surprises came ari out-of-town foe. The two teams when the oddsmakers favored Louwill be designated as the "reds" Islana State over Vamlerbiit at and the' "whites" with one squad Baton Rouge by 13 points. . wearing maroon game jerseys and Auburn was to leave via airplane '' and at least 16 major teams live risking imbMUen records ovef the nation. j Michigan 14-0), wlilzzlng along at nearly i point a minute and the Big Nine's Rose Bowl favorjte, alms its power at Minnesota ((3-1); Illinois 13-0-1) plays it Purdue (2-Ji; Duke (3-0-1) has a Southern Conference showdown at Wake Forest (4-0) and the rampaging Longhor^s of! Texas fi-0) attempt to break a seven year jinx at Rice (1-2-1). Michigan was a 2«-polnt favorite, Illinois was held at 13 point*, them a weight advantage of some Texas at 13-1-3. and Wak« Forest 35 Crewmen Rescued from Burning Ship MONTKHF.Y, Calif., Oct. 2v (U.I'.)—Thirty-five crew members of the crippled and bnrnln B lunk- cr S. S. FPIIITOWS l>olnt were removed from two lifeboats shortly licfme rtnvvn tortiy In a skillful and during rescue operation directed by a Coast Guard tow vessel. The fate of four olher crewmen was unknown. The Coast anard Cutter U. S. Mlnnetonki radioed to Coast Gusrd headquarters here thai it wa» searching for the four,men, miss- Ing after the (anker collided wllli Ihc C»nadl»n Liberty Ship, Manx Fisher. Other members of the 30-mmi crew were picked up by the Hint ot torches snd (he fllc.kerlr.fc glow of (he burning ship approximately five hours after the collision. The rescue was accomplished in a moderate swell after u dense toe lifted over tin- collision area afoou', 10 miles southwest of Rock rolnt Sur, Cal. It \vns hampered by the f«ct the Mlimelonkn, not ordinal--' Fred S. Soliba's ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES UNIV. Of HOATH CAftOUNA*5 CUAftLIC tHOO-CrUXi . Llneu'ps for this afternoon's tilt more tllil " year. Tiie Chicks will be alter their fourth win of the season and their j wlll no { W" a i,no"Jnc"ed" uutii' game i ""» "-Point favorites t , ft "r ? •, c °'»l«tition tlrae> Mos , 5a|d 8ame 30-polnl favorites, while the Trojans will be trying to protect their undefeated record. The only blemish on their 1947 record is a scoreless lie with the Hot Springs Trojans in the Mason opener. They recently won the District 4 Double-A championship.. n ' Rke North Cnro- instead of A play-by-play description of the same will be given direct from the playing field by J. P. Friend, local sports enthusiast and will be received in Blytheville at the Raior- back Drive-in starting at 8 p.m. Loud .speakers will be installed so that the broadcast on be heard from bolh inside and outside the restaurant, Sam Johns, owner, announced this morning. Probable starting lineups for tonight'* game: Dixie League Directors Oppose Loop's Bonus Rule NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 34. (UP) — Southern Association baseball dt- •ectors today went on record agnlnst the league's present bonus system but also approved an amendment favoring th« raising of minor league ularles to a W.oofl limit before the bonus ruling became ef- Blytheville Pos. Subiaco B. Elliott UTO) L. E. ..(160) Zuniga Koontz (170) ..I..T. (200) Stringer Fitihugh (1«5) tj.G. ..(170) Vernon Hodge (175) . ...C . (1«0) Fitzsim'ns Bracey (170) ..R.Q. US5» J. Titz'ns Berry (170) ...R.T. ..(190) Adams Hoover (14S) ..R. E. (188) McGurdy Huey (145) ...01. B. (ISO) Paladino Traylor (140) I..H. ..(180) Waltes McFland (160) R. H. ..(165) Pramel Allen (160) . ..F.B. ..(175) Whiren Harrison Neqro Gridmen to Play fective. "We would prefer the removal against the system. rules, any player of the- bonus rule entirely," League President Charlie Hurth said yesterday after the directors voted Under present who received more than the $3,000 salary limit Is classified a "bonus" player. Officials also favored building a better supply of players by giving Clgss B teams eight rookies; Class C teams 10 rookies, and ClaM D clubs 13. Lightning struck the Empire State building «3 times in 3 years, and in one severe storm It was hit IS times *n 15 minutes. Pemiscot Legion Post to Sponsor, Wrestling Shows At Caruthersville CARUTHERSVTT.T-B. Mo., Oct. former Caruthersville high school 24.—Pemiscot Post No. 88 of the coach, will be In charge of th« American Legion laid plans here Monday monthly night In the reeular Post , meeting to revive tryouta for local boys next spring, and will serve as coach and In structor for the tryouts. The Post will organize a Military The Harrison High School Dra- [ons will Journey to Dyersburg, Tenn.. tomorrow for their second game of the season ajalnst the Dycrsburg Negro High School grid earn. The Dragons In their season opener last week battled the Chlld- ress Vocational School- eleven of Wynne to a 7 to 7 deadlock at Wynne last week In a game which marked the re-lnstatement of football In the school after a 12-year absence of the sport. Probable starting lineup lor the Dragons is Hodge, left end; M Campbell, left tackle; Patton, left guard; Rush, center; Poll»rd, rlfht guard; Wilson, right tackle: Williams, right end; Stewart, quarterback; Walls, left halfback; Bynum, right halfback; and Taylor, full back. Robert Wiley la coaching the Drigons this y«ar, astliUd by A. E. Lester. Receives State Honors In "Good Grooming" CAH.UTHERSVILLE, Mo., Oct. 24. — Miss Peggy Minley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Q. Manley of Chapel Community near this city, received a red ribbon award In sponsorship* of professional wrestling matches. Post Commander .lames Osburn -stated that the j ,»„, compr is|ng a firing squad I state 4-H Roundup in Columbia re- wrestling booking office at Dyers- chaplain, bugler, color beams, and I cently. burg, Tenn., for this territory hr.d | pallbearers, ' been contacted, and -had they would cooperate fully in I to furnishing outstanding wrestlers' for the local matches. r . Funeral Unit of local Post mem-r "Good Grooming" event at the "' *• '-'-- - "-'— -—--'-•• • H Roundup in Columbia re- Miss Manley represented Commander Osburn . - stated. This unit Is being prepared give military funerals to the World War II dead of this county as their bodies are returned here. . Commander Osburn named J. R. There approximately 50 from this Hutchison chairman of thi com- county killed in action who are mittee to look into the matter. He said the only thing now to be done to hold the matches is to secure a suitable location in which to stage them. Mr. Hutchison s»id two sitfts were being considered— the large hall at Fairgrounds Park and the Armory and Community Hall on West Highway 84. Definite plans will be announced at the -wxt meeting of the D ost, which will be held in mid-November. It is th* plant 6f Chairman Hutchipon and the' Post to hive jhe matches underway by December. The Post will sponsor the County High School Oratorical Contest next January, and Fred Henley was named chairman of this committee. Commander Osburn stated that a drive was underway amon$ the Post mecbers to organize a Drum and Bugle Corps, and this, Is to bt gone Into more fully at the November meeting. Junior American Legion baseball Till be sponsored in this city and cou.ity by the Post next year, with possibility of caruthtrsville be- to an eight team south- to be returned from overseas burial grounds for Interment in this county. Continuing the drive to have . this district following her selection to this honor at the district roundup In August at Dexter. Besides being selected to represent the county and district In the grooming contest, she has been, awarded the Danforth County Award for Girls for outstanding 4-H work in this county. She is in her first year of 4-H club work, and Li enrolled in a clothing pro 1000 members In 19«, commar.der! jf 0 ' , thls >'«"• Hcr , lead « r "* MM. , oaburn said membership hid now reached the 509 mark. He urged all Pemiscot Countf war veterans to be present for the next meeting, November nth, which will bo one of the most active this year, to , the many matters to be dis- cuj**d and c|eeisi«is te f mat}«. . B. M. Powlkes, who aoeompinied her to the State Roundup at Columbia. Prior to 1920, more than 2000 varieties of peaches had been Introduced, with 1039 varieties named and described sines that year. Reid Courier News Want McKtllar Says Nothing On Re-Call ot Congress MKMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 24. (UP) —Veteran u. 8. Senator Kenneth D. McKellar declined comment today on President Truman's call for I a special session of Congress. The Tennessee Democrat told the I United Prws that he's not ready] to Uke any position "until I hear' Mr. Truman's address." I McKellar plant to stay in To , nessee, heading for WashinEton 'in Nine selection on New Year's Day. Earlier In the week, the gumc* win rated » tossup, but tales of Trojan power and of its superb organization after the 7 to 7 tie with Rice altered the odds. Southern California (3-0-1) has a habit of winning the games that count—nil other tilings being even—while there WAS some doubt as to how long California (o-O) could sweep along on the surging spirit created by Waldorf on his arrival from Northwestern. The Golden Bears have approximately the same material as the California team that won only two of nine games last season. Other Sectlon.il Hcarillncrs Other lieadllners by sections: East—Army (3-0-1) rated 13 points over Columbia (2-2); Pcnn State (4-0) rated 18 points over West Virginia (4-0); Pennsylvania (3-0) given 14 points over Navv (1-2-1). Midwest — Indiana (2-1-1) six points over Northwestern (1-3); Notre Dame (3-0) rated .21 points over Iowa (2-2-1). South — Georgia (3-21 six points over Alabama (3-3); LOUISA lana State (3-1) picked by 13 over Vandorbirt (3-1) and Tulane (1-3J rated 13 over_ Auburn (2-2), all in Southeastern Conference games. Southwest—Baylor (4-0) five and one half points over Tcxai A. anl M. (2-3). Par West — Southern Methbdist t4-0) one and one half points over U. C. L. A. (3-1). Intcrsectional traffic slows to a horse and buggy pace this week, with top interest on Southern Methodist at U. C. L. A. and Arkansas (3-2) at Mississippi (4-1), Ole Miss was a seven point favorite, Kentucky was a 10 point favorite at Michigan State. Only two games, in addition to the Duke-Wake Forest tussle, are on the Southern Conference schedule with Maryland at Virginia Tecli and Davidson at Washington ami Lee. In the Big Six, Missouri was a 14 point favorite over Iowa State and Nebraska was 21 over Kansas State, while Oklahoma steps outside the league to pl«y Texas Christian at Norman. The Sooners were seven-point favorites. The Pacific Coast Conference hna little to offer beyond the Southern California-California game, with Stanford at Washington and Montana at Washington State—all second division teams- In the Bis Seven. Utah and Wyoming, each 2-0 in the conference, battle lor the lead: Colorado gc*s after Its second vict«ry against Colorado A and M., and Brigham Young moves Kentucky Slraiphl RUNNER , GOOD PASUft U.t«l« IMOUIO C«««6IN6 M 1HC (U KB Pl»M6 ABOUT HOW HC HAS RN DNCANNV PHOTOGAAPMIC - G«TS R PJCTURE or TH( OCFtNSl QUtCKtR THAH 1HC Brought to you by FRED S. SALIBA & Company 223 West Ash Street Phone 4437 No Finer B«er In All the World! New Theater Manila't Fin^tt \ Showa KVEfeY N1ORT ' ,i Box OpenAwtek Dan I'M M»i" Millnea lat«r**7 * «n4»? -3 Rat.-Run. t p.m. Cent. S Friday Ikmrlion Whiskey Old Faithful Sour Mash 'S. • A BLACK STALLION" \ i with i. Sheik and Rtx "The Wonder HOnM" i Selected gh«rU ^ Saturday Rustlers of Devil's Cany9n" «lth Alhui lane as Red K;drr Also Short Saturday Owl Show Undercover Mazie" An M-O-M Picture •With » Ann Sothem Saturday and Sunday "The Sea of Grow" with ; Hpenter Tracy and Kathryn Mtpknrn . Shorta Aim Black Label—90 Proof Barrett Hamilton, Inc. Distributors, Little Rock Announcing: Opening of the new Victoria Beauty Salon Dr. Fox Building, Manila, Ark. Sat., Oct. 25 See our Hair Styles modeled at the ' New Theater Friday, 8 p.m. Mile--ft-Minute M&ilii TOM A. LITTLE, JR. i V- LOOK HOW ' YOUR C.VR. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO WELL.OFFfCEft-l OUST] WA.SHEO TVt 1 CM*. < TODAV~AKJO I cTAN'T ^ A THIKlCrWlTH Starts 2:30 p.m. Featuring Otto Scrapps arid othei Professional Drivers Main Event: 10 Mile 20 Lap Grudge Race THEATRE Manila, Ark: BLYTHEVILLE AUTO RACES Sunday, October 26th At Blytheville Fairgrounds Spectators Grand Prize rtlBrl's or woman's 17 Jewel Gold Wrist Wateh frdftl Oufard'i. 6 THRILLING RACES by CHAMPIONS Admission Only 60c SfMnsorW by DuJ Casdii Post 24 -American Legion Friday & Saturday "Dangerous. Venture" w'llh, •* Hopaloiji CfMtidf Serial: Chapttr T «f ••rnrpleiMonatar StrlkM* Also Carloon Saturday Owl Show Mutiny in the Big House with ••';; Charles Bickford and Bartoh MaeLalia AIM BhorU Sunday and Monday , 'Tuesday : IZABETH SCOn JOHN HODIAK * BURT LANCASTER Warner Bros. Newt and Sh*rt* Opens at «:J« p.m.; SUrtt t:M »m Friday ft S*turd«y "Ghost Town Renegade" «ith 'I.ash" I/>Ril«, Al "Futiy" St. John ScrUll "The &*Het HttSMnan" AIM Sh«rt Saturday Mictrtite "BEDkAM" _, , SUrtt al !«:« p\*. f* Sunday "The Homntwtch" . (IB tc rttk • O'Hir*

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