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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 31, 1947
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BLYTHRVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER, NEWS Huiiffiafedby Pap Powerhouse Lon4j. Touchdown Rum rWunt Tilt Wit* Y«llowjack«H »• GEOBGE CLAIIK ' (CMrier New* SporU Editor) WYWTR Ark.. Oct. SI. — The Bb'thtvUle Junior High School PipoMM completely oqtcjaued the heavier J wd - m6r» ««perteneed Wimnt W«h School YellowJfCketi *B" team here last nlglit to annex their fourth victory of the «eason by » >* to 7 score. Smtshin* through the Yellow- Jackets' line and zlf • zag^lnK through the secondary, halfback Charlie ."Ruff" Lutes piloted the P«pi t« th» victory with two lorn Four Saturday Games Have Titles or Bowl Bids at Stake •TCVE (V»Ut4 VV* YORK, IM1DEK •wte Writer) Oct. 31. (UK — Mlchlfan, Ttxaa, MlMOuri and UUh v*r* favored today to iweep the key games over tl)e nation Saturday in * four major athletic conferences where * clear-cut road to championship! and ultimate Bowl bids are at ttake, With the interwcilonal schedule pared to four «tmu, nearly all of football's fever heat thli weekend U generated within the leagues, headed by Michigan at IlllnoU and Texa* »t Southern Methodist. favorite at Ohio Slate and Purdue wai »lx over Iowa at Lafiyette. Minnesota entertalni Pittsburgh and rated a 20 point favorite. Southeastern Conference —while leading Georgia Tech Is engaged with Duke, once beaten Louisiana State was a seven point favorite to Improve Its position against Mississippi, Kentucky rated one point over Alabama, Mississippi St3te six points over Tulane and Vandeibllt 20 over Auburn. Georgia plays Clemson In a non-conference game tonight. Southern — With Duke and W. and L, the leaders, playing outside the conference, the big one here Is Wnke Forest, a on\ point favorite, at William and Mary. Virginia Tech plays at George Washington and V.M.I. at Dsvld- son. Pacific const — Safely over California. Southern California has an easier cne this week, rating 13'/j PRtDAY, OCTOBER 31, 194T Chicks Ready For Texarkana Weathtr Big Factor As Hour Heart for Homecoming Game Tlie Blythevllle High school Chlcktiaws will celebrate homecoming tonight' when they meet tlie tut and Irlcky Texarkana! A crossbow, you recall, Is- a wei- Razorbacks at Haley Field tonight! pon of ancient origin which ap- point'), over Washington at Seattle. I.icl Hay to left end ,)ohn I encc .'"" utcherson. Lutes' two long favorite, •counted for the other' I wo I -..""*' fn bis ;«»mniaUe. In the fourth period he added Another 7!-yard touchdown run Vat i holding penalty nullified the play. . Th«—Paps stored three of their touchdowns In the first period, the Jlrst on * 36-yard pass from terbuck I.icl "" ' Paul Hutc: runs occoi tallies- None of the three tries for ttr> pftxint* was Rood. and at ihe end of the first period the score stood it II to 0 In favor of the paps. The Yellowjackets came back in the second period to wore Ihcir lone tally. They obtained possession of the ball on the Paps' 25 'when Lutes fumbled while attempting to punt with a Wynne man recovering. lyynne Gets one Touchdown B« «er, the Yellow jackets 1 «(t h a 1 f- back and spark plug, hit'fullback Monk Durham'with * pass on the Blyth«vill« tiro-yard line and quarterback Jtm Harbison crashed over-from there \to score. McMinn, ia substitute fullback, passed to Walls for the extra point. A bloek*4 Punt in trie fourth period by center J. C. "Booger Unbeaten Michigan (*-<>>, th* red hoi Host Bowl favorite in th* BlR Nine, movw down to Cn»m- pnlen, III., where the iwlftly-poced Wolverines will be an eight point ! favorite to whip IlUnoli (J-l-n. The defending . champions from Illinois, automatically ineligible under conference rules to malt* another ROM Bowl trip until I860, U.C.LA. still unbeaten In l'» league, was seven points over California. In the others, Idaho plays at Oregon and Oregon State at Stanford. Southern Methodist 15-0) at Dal- [ — The eyes of Texas las In a titanic clash that likely, will be on Dalits where Texas will settle ith« championship. j »nd S.M.U. are meeting hot there's Missouri (4-J) tnd Nebr»Jka <2- » tough one at Arkansas where the 3) both h»ve perfect reeord« In the Big Six and ihelr meeting at Missouri may swing that conference title. Mluourl U * 13-polnt Rnzorbaolu are held at six points Dr6k« accounted for the Papa fl-> ; nal touchdown. Robert Reid, the , Paps fullback irot off a perfect ^qulck kick from the Wynne 40-yard line with the b*1l going out of, .bounds en MM thr*e yard stripe. DrtM broke through t«s block Durham'* attempt punt and he covered Mi* bill In the end rone for the twjehown. Lutes' piu to Hut- ch«r»«ri for the extra point wiu dropped and the score stood at » ,t« T. The tame was rough and frequented with penalties i gainst both teams. The Paps had sevorgj good gains called back due to rule infraction* and the Yellowjackets had ont touchdown nullified by virtue of a 15-yar penalty. The Paps' defensive play against their- heavier opponents was almost, top- rate. Their forward wall literally mauled the .Yellowjackets , linel.-all over the field and kept their offensive attack- bottled up moat of the time. Guards Junior Blunkenship and Jerry Phillips and tackles Thomas Prince and Buzzy iWunderllch broke through to the ' Yellbwjackels' secondary.. constantly .upsetting plav ufter piny. : ',P»p>' BliH-klnt- Improves ' Vut what seemed to please Coach 'Pop Mosley the most the Papa blocking, It was t . ' finite Improvement over any previous exhibition. About the only ; fault th»V,he could find with , their blocking was their failure to supply p|fflcl(r}t defense for their the Rockies, there's a Bis? Seven showdown between burly Ulah (4-0) an<t Colorado (2-3) for the league Wad with Utah f»- fored by one touchdown. In the big ones outside conference play, the oddsmakcrs made j unbeaten Georgia Tech (5-0) tui^ j eight-point favorite over Duke (4>0-l) »t Athenn, O»., «nd Notre Dame (4-0) a 21-polnt favorite lo whip Navy (1-3-1) at Cleveland. Washington and Lee at Army. Oklahoma A. and M. at Temple and St. Mary's at Detroit completes tlie intersections! schedule. Around the nation by Motions and le»gua»: Ea*t, -- Pennsylvania 20-pelntx over Princeton, Penn State 23 po)nts over Colgate at Colgate. Boston Colltge 13 points over i Georgetown «t B«»lon. Qelumbia i xvtn point* over Cornel) »t Itlia- ca. ever T«XM A, »nd'M.. slid another at Baylor where Texas Christian Is a six point choice. Rice, moving outside tlie conference, liclcl a 21 point bulge over Texas Tech. Other scattered liendllncrs include South Carolina at Miami, West Virginia nl Maryland. Tennessee at,North Carolina, Washington Stale ot, Portland, Mnrquetlc at Mir.hlgnn State ami Kfinsns State moves over to Kansas for Big Six prime that .should keep once-lied Kunsas near the top of Ilic race. Kansas Is a 26 point favorite, Bow and Arrow Deer Hunter Turns Up With a Weapon Difficult to Classify By MORT BTEKN Unftrd I'rrss Staff Correspondent LITTLE ROCK, ARK., Oct. 31. (UP)—Game wardens In Southern Arkansas a iked themselvei this week, "Is it bow or la It jun?" They were confronted with this unusual question when a number of hunters appeared. In the woodi In the Camrten-El Dorado area during the special bow-and-arrbw deer s«a«on using crossbows, at B o'clock. Miss Mary Louise daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. J. W. Morgan and a senior at Blythevllle High School, wll| reign over tonight's classic a* Homecoming Queen, she will be presented with her crown and a bouquet in pre-1 game cornation ceremonies byi Captain Billy Wayne McFarland. Attending Queen Mary will be eight maieis—Wlllagene Daws and Barbara Monaghan, s«niors; Patsy Beahearse and Martha Dale Dlxon, juniors; vivan Taylor and Susie Crafton. sophomores; »nd Barbara Denning nnd Doris stone, freshmen. The Porkers, fresh from their 24 to 0 trouncing of the Smackover Buckaroos last week, are at present leading Class AA play In TMslrlct 7, one of the state's toughest districts. They have gotten by three of the four Class Double-A teams In that district with only El Dorado standing between Ihem ami tile undisputed championship of th-U flection. Weather Factor Considered The we&tlicrmnii may bo the deciding f»elor In tonight 1 * conlrst Rains last night and rnrly this monilnK drenched Haley Field thoroughly but th c heavy lurf [hat covers the field has thus far withstood most of the drenching and provided It doesn't continue -rain- Ins, the field should be In fair -'inpc. parently was the transition between Morgan, l>o'w and gun. It Is a bow mounted on a stock, with a trigger to re- the string'and arrow. Big Nine — Northwestern, play- Inc at heme. was a one and one half point favorite to hand Wisconsin its first conference defeat (Wisconsin Is 1-0-1 In the con- ferinee); Indiani wa« » six point passer "For the first time thl* ssuton the l'ap« unvellM an extensive passing attack. The greater part of tlielr offensive attack w«» center-, ed around the throwing arm »f fpiarterbsck Mel Hay who got off several nice pasaes.'He. completed four of his tosses but several more hit their mark but were dropped by the receiver. Starting lineups: B'villc pos. Wynne Hutcherson .. LE .... Brawner Wunderllch .. L.T Olhbs Blankcnshlp .. LG ,..'... Proctor Droke C 1. Hlnton Phillips ....i RQ ..... Clayton Prince ' RT Hall Deer RE Wnldrep Hay QB .... TInrblson Pruitt HB .: Walls Lutes HB linker R- Reid PB Duilmm . SulMtltutions :Blvtlu<vlll(! — I). Reid, Webb, Richardson, Boyd. was | Mac Hay, Glover. Cobb. Crlner, de- I Koonce and Craig. Wynne-Boone, McMinn, and Clark. First Dovvns- Blythevlllc 12. Wynne 5., Scoring touchdowns: Blythevllle — Lutes 2. Hutcherson »nd Droke; Wynne- Durham-. Harrison Hir^h Dragons to Play Jonesboro Team Blytlicvillc football fans will get their first glimpse of the Harrison High School Dragons Saturday afternoon when they liiect the Bookflr T. Washington Eskhnocs of Join-shorn at Haley Field. KickofI time is set for 2 o'clock. It will b« Hie first meeting between MICKS two old rivals this »ca- Eon. Two weeke ago the Dragons bii tiled the Children Vocational School of Wynne to i 7 to 7 tie and last week they bowed lo tlie Dyersburg Negro High School Bulldogs by a 20 to 0 score. The Drngons probably will be rated as the underdogs in ftatur- dny's battle Inasmuch as this Is the first season in 12 years that Harrison High School tins sponsored a football team. The Eskhnocs are re- liortfd to be bolH heavy and experienced and have played several strong teams already this year. Robert Wiley coaches the Dragons. Both conches, Nig Byhum of the j last year. Chicks and Prank Mosley of the Razorbacks, have vislled the wall- Ing wall quite frequently d»rln K the past week bemoaning inluries illness, jinxes and Just about any kind of bad luck that could happen to a football mentor. Injuries received In th e Subinco game last week have already cost Isn't paining him too much, he probably will get the starting nod at quarterback. But in the event that he isn't ready. Coach Bynum will probably call on Alternate Captain Harold "Huck" Traylor or Jack Elliott to fill this position. However, Traylor was shaken up considerably In the Sublaco tilt but he made all practice sessions this week. Game Holds Keen Interest McFarland should be ready to go at his regular right halfback spot with wither Traylor or Mose-6i- mon holding down the left half duties. But Allen's Injured ankle may say nix to this combination thus forcing the tribal chlefatn to make other arrangements which no one dares to try to figure out. However, ft Allen Isn't ready he could call on either Simon or Elliott to run from the fullback post. Both men saw considerable service at fullback during prc-gnme practice this week. A victory by either learn will be of most Importance. Both squads will be battling to extend their victory streaks lo four str.iiRht and Ihc Chicks will be* seeking revenue for the 2K In li lickliii; handed llic-ni by the .Rn/orbacks in Texarkana the Chicks one starter. „„,,,, Hoover, the right tnd. and threat- John The Triplt Diamond Service fcnblun *bov« is More than a sign. It means that Our mechanics m« Internatioha! -Trained in the ben tnd latest »»ethods and practices. It means that we use •pcoaU International equipment for testing, repairing,, reconditioning and proying. It means . that the truck para we install are precision- engineered International Para. It means, above mil, th« your trucks-any make* or modeU~are •errked here, with skill and care so that they .will grre the best possible serrice at lowest cost. Phone now for a service-date-anything from a job «o a complete program of ptf i maintenance. INTERNATIONAL ' HARVESTS 3/2 SOUTH 2SJ? ST. PHONE863 USGA Gets Dates- Sites For 1948-49 Tourneys NE WYORK. Oct. 31. (UP) — Completing its tournament schedule for Hie next two years, thu U. S. Golf Assoclntion today uii- noULiced locutiuns lor five imtlonul L-lnuii|)iuiislii|).s for 1MB and 1Q49 anil cl]nn>iL'tl the [jlayln^ dales tor bolh MIL men's rtnci women's aiuiiteur scheduled for next year. ' Tlie U.S.G.A. rounded out Us 19-18 schedule by awarding the women's amateur to the lamed Pebble Beach Course of the Del Monte, Calif., golf and country club, which staged the U. S. amateur this Pall, nates were set at Sept. 13-18. a week earlier than usual. Other 10M events— U. S. Open at Los Anpelcs. Public Links at Atlanta nnd U. S. Amateur at Memphis — had b^en announced earlier, i^atos of the Memphis tounianienr, aovvever, were advanced a week to Aug. 30-Scpt. 4 so there will be no organizational conflict with the ' c" several mow. Fullback R . c Allen has been wobbllivr around all week on a swollen ankle DOnald Huey, the missed a couple of and quarterback, days practice . - --.--.- v.. ...._,„ |,u<\^,MV,t3 due to an infected heel. However he m»y get to sec service l n tonight's contest. And coach Mosley has no reason be too Joyous either. According to a rcnnrt receiver! from Tcxar- kana^ yesltrday. Hugh Poland, tlv Hors' first siring quarlcrback will bs out of tonight's contest due to Illness ind h* will be rept«c*d by Jimmy -Carroll a 130-pounrI younc- ster Otherwise, the Texarknna. sn»ad is in pretty fair shape, the report st?.t«d. To Play On Wet rield I don't know what lo expect. ?". 8 '.K thc Rnzortw <* mentor stated this morning, "this wl'i be my team's first game in the mud .and I don't know how It will effect them. However. I don't 'expect t to slow them 'down rmioh what Is hurting me Is th e loss of my qimrlerbnck. we had to leave him behind due to a slight attack of the influenza." JUM who Couch Bynum Mill call on to start, tonight's tussle wn.i not learned this tnonilnt; but It Is expected Hint he will' field itprjiml- mnlcry the .same team that he diil ngalnst subtnco hist week with a few exceptions. With Hoover out of the lineup for the rest of the season Coach Bynum will probably call on Den- nle Gentry, who has been a ni"m- ber ot the back-field for the 'past four weeks, to hold down the vacant right end slot.. Gentry itarted Ihe season at the flank but transferred to the backfield Harold Traylor. -Blllv The Porkers v.-ill employ n modi- fled single wing formation and a crafty little hack by the name of Joe Cruse will sparkplug their offensive attack from his hnlfback slot. Cruse Is witnesing his first year as a member of the Bazorbacks having moved to Texarkana from Louisiana ill time to be declared eliuible for the team. With Cruse and Carroll in the Hogs' backficld will be Billy nan- kin, a level-headed letterman, at the other hnlfback slot nnd Pete Easley, the 160-pound hard driving fullback. Cruse and Mnnkln will do most of the ball carrying and It will be up to them to keep the Tex- »rk«na machine moving.. The Razorbacks will hold a slight The problem which nctually f»c»d the Game and Fish Commission officers was whether the crossbow gave 1U uwr in idvanttgt over other bo*' and arrow hunttri, tnd should It be *!low«d In th« »petlil eeson. O»me and Fish Commission Executive Secretary T. A, McAmli decided that the Commission would have to permit its uw this y«»r, *< there was not time to hold a special htarinj. The reason for th« decUton was that the crossbow hunters compiled with all the provisions of the Commission regarding bow-and- arrow hunting. To luit the enforcement agency, the arch*r who hunts deer in Arkansas mutt ut* a wooden arrow, an arrowhead of not less thai* seven-eighth* of an inch and a bow with a minimum pull of 10 pounds. Although McArtiU ruled to permit the us* of the croubowi this year, he explained that the matter will be presented to the Game and Pish Commission for clarification when it meets in January for its regulations meeting. The Issue resulted in a court battle in Wisconsin which ended only when the slate supreme court ruled that crossbow hunters were not to be accorded the special privileges of. bow hunters'. And In Missouri, the regulations specifically prohibit the use o[ crossbows. Safety Reminders Before you go lino the field during the second week In November to hunt deer, the Arkansas Game ami I-'ish Commission asks that you observe these "Ten'Commandments of Safety." 1. Don't 'mix alcohol «nd gunpowder. 2. DC sure your gun Is clean and unloaded before you start; keep It disassembled until ready for use. 3. It your gun is loaded, carry it on "safety," pointed at the ground or In the air. Never point a gun at another member of your party. 4. Be sure you have the proper load for the gun' you are using. 5. Know what your game looks like. Are there any other hunters / iii your line of fire? 6. Exercise the greatest care with campfires, cigarettes and matches in the woods. 7. Wear proper clothing « protection against the weather. 8. B« cautious approaching wounded animals, especially deer. 9. Don't make a target of yourself by throwing the dead deer ovw your shoulder. 10. Know the same laws and reg< illations. CaruthertYille Tigers Meet Jackton Tonight CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., O:t. 31. —Caruthersvlile High-School Timers meet the Jackson Indians here tonisht in a Big Eight conference game. The Tigers will be (hooting for their second conference victory. By virtue of holding Slkeston to a (cor«lei* tie, Jacluou goes into the game tonight a favorite, as SlkesUm defeated the Tigers 19-0 In. Ihelr tilt here a few weeks ago, Probable starting lineups: Tigers PO j. Jackson Patterson .... L.E ; Buntinu Acuff L.T Saunders Neeley L.G. .... Cracraft Hamby C Talley Scott R. G Vangilder TUlnian .... B. T Bl»ylo:k; Simmon* — R. E fitovtll Turner A. B. .. >. Thomas Waldron .... L. H. .. D.Thomas Ledford R, H Glbbs Morgan F.B. .. Litzelfelner Women's Beach. championship at Pebble Kor I. 1 )*!), Ihc U. S. G. A. awarded the U. S. Open to Ihe Medina Country Club. Medina!), 111.. June 9-11: the Public Links to Los Angeles: Men's Amateur lo Oak Hill Country- Club. Pltlsford, N. Y., and the Women's Amateur to the Meriod. Qolf Club. Ardinore. Pa. Coruthersviffe Grid Queen Reigns Tonight CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Oct. 31 —Miss Ann Wllks, senior, will 'us crowned Football Queen in coro- was when Wayne Mc- . - Parlanri and Jack Elliott were out with injuries. -- . Billy Bob Elliott will be ready to go at the other flank post despite an Infected hand that has hampered him the past two weeks. Lloyd Koontz and Jim Berry will be at tackles, Billy Braccy and U W. Fltzhugh at guards and H B. Ho<!gc at center. Provided that Donald !!uev' s heel wall will average approximately 172 pounds lo (he man and their'bnck- fleld will tip the scales at 155. giv- Inir (hem a team average of some- whore near 165 pounds. The Chicks, however, arc used to being outweighed as they have been lighter team in just about every game they have played tills scnson. Probable starting lineups: Blythcville Pos. Texarkana B.'Elliott L.E Dossey KoonU L.T Edwards Fitihugh' ,.... L.G Reagan Hodge c Miller Brncey Berry Gentry Huey Blast Death of Man Seeking Job ROGERS, Ark., Oct. 31. <UF)~- Funeral services were berns planned loday for Roy L. Williams. «, of Rogers, who died in a Fayettevllle hospital yesterday. Williams was applying for work on a University of Arkansas construction job Monday, when a rock thrown loose by dynamite blasts struck him on the head. Williams Is survived by the widow, two sisters and a brother. R.G Schultz R.T Cook R-E Bailey leading character of Rostand's Q.B Carroll' piny, was a real person. He was More Truth Than Fiction Siivinier Cyrano de Bergerac, Traylor H.H Rankln a French author, who died in McFarland ... H.B Cruse 1C5S. Rostand's play is true to facts Allen F.B Ensley' in many ways. nation ceremonies here tonight, before the Caruthcrsvillc-Jackson grid battle nt 1:30. Miss Wllks. dim-liter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd C. Wijks. was chosen by the football (quad. Attendants from the lour hign school classes will be: Senior—Jo Frances Nccly; Junior—Emma Sta'••> VnnAusdall; Sophomore— Ecttyc :.'lands; and Freshman — Anna Grace Coker. COLUMBIA BREWING CO. ST. LOUIS TOM A. LITTLE, JR. HOW DO VOU DO THI?> is "T>)E MAN OM THE STREET I'D LIKE TO *s-5KVOU THE PIR.-2.TQ.UESTIOW- --WHERE IS THE BEST Pl_*vCE FOR. AUTO GEE -THA-T'S EA&V — BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO MO\M-VOUB. >4CHT QUE&TIOM IS ABOUT r3OX.)N&-YJHOYvW= THE PAPEE.WE1G-HT (THfvMPIOM IM THE YE AE. HUMPTEeN SIXTEEN?, 217 S. SECOND STREET PHONE 4422 American League Owners to Decide Baseball Futures CLEVELAND, O., Oct. 31. (UP) — The baseball futures of Commissioner A. B. (Happy) Chandler and General Manager Leslie M. O'Connor of the Chicago White Sox—and possibly of the Chicago team Itself —were at stake today as American League club owners held a "showdown" meeting here. The parley was called by League President Will Hnrridgc after Chandler suspended O'Connor and the White Sox because O'Connor refused to pay a $500 fine for signing an obscure high-school pitcher. As O'Connor remained adamant in his defiance of the commissioner, saying that he had "no intention" of paying the fine, the club owner.s appeared faced with the prospect of bucking either Chandler of O'Connor, with the loser probably on his way out of baseball. It WM believed that they would support O'Connor, possibly by as much as a'stx to two vote. There were indications, too. that the White Sox head would be backed by Harridge. whose office approved the signing ot the high- school pitcher before the action was vetoed by Chandler. Old Car Derby \ Discontinued Until Next Spring Jack Flowers, promoter of the American Legion's old Car Derby held at Walker Park every Sunday, announced today chat the jtlople races have been discontinued," h- defliiltely. .; .;.;.•'' "We decided we would stop the races (or awhile until we get better organized," he said. "The'track It getting In pretty bad shape :and we will have to do some work on it." The races will be resumed./Mrly next Spring, Mr. Flowers stateij;; Lesnevic/i, Mauriello ~, To Stag Fourth Bout y NEW YORK, Oct. 31. (UP)-^ui .j Lesnevlch, light-heavyiveight chini- jpion, hoped to score his fourth straight victory over fat Tami Mauriello tonight avid to earn thereby * shot at th'e heavyweight crown'.' Despite Lesnevlch's ambitions and his three previous victories over Tami, betting was at even money' today for their, non-title ID-round bout .which, incidentally, returns boxing to Madison Square Garden after a rodeo-caused absence of six weeks. 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