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KONDAT, NOVEMBER 8, 1947 Wildcats Next Foe for Chicks North Litre Rock Team One of Best on High' School Circuit' With their victory string cxteiKl- *d to fiv e games, four consecu- tlvely. the Blythcville Cliicks will w«ln practicing this afternoon for .uieir [inal home game of the sen- son, against the high-powered North Little Hock Wildcats Friday night. And orders for the day will be ^lill cteam ahead" \\1ien the ^v'aroon Maulers hit the practice Weld for Head Coach Nig Bynum indicated last wcenkend that he is expecting his toughest battle of the sewwn when the 'Cuts come to town. He bawd hli expectations op the results of the North Little 'Hock- Pin* Bluff clash last Friday. The Wildcat* had » field day agninst the Zebras, who gave' the Chicks some trouble In their meeting last month, scoring almost at will and when the final whistle blew the ZobrM found themselves hurried under a 41 to 8 score. And the tribai chlefilnn also tti- dic»ted that the greater portion of this weeks practice drills would be spent In KUxngthenlni; the Chioki pans defense, (riilch Wa3 »t It* weakest point Isst Friday nigh', "We're running up agamut » (earn that can run »nd pass, and accord- Ing to »n report, they are experts at both." Cotch ftynum staled. The Big Chief will get a better picture of the situation today when he and his axslstunt Wilier "Buddy" Davis get together over figures from the Wildcats-Zebra clash Friday. «•»!>• to IMay Newport oach Davis witnessed the game lch was played in Little Rock and will report his findings to the Chicks thU afternoon. • The Chicks came out of the Texarkana scrap la.it week with only one injury. Captain Billy Wayne McFarland re-Injured his leg during the^game but the 'njury Is not expected to keep him out of this week'* contest. The Papooses of Blythevllle Juii-, ior High School will begin pr.-'|- tice today for their game with (fie Junior. Greyhounds of Newport-"ln Newport Thursday night. The Paps handicapped by the lack of competition, walked over the Wynne>Hlgh School "B" squad by a-24 to- 13 score last week and emerged/from the rough battle unscathed; 1 : This week's, battle will be Ihe Paps final Tvarm-up tussle"b'cfore they encounter .-the-'- strong Bast Side Junior High team of Little Rock In a game which will have » lot of brearlng on the Paps future. BLVTHKVILLR. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Hon. Batting Order hi traditional Japanese manner, members ot (he House of Representatives, led, and the Home of Coun cillors learns bow prior lo their «anie in Tokyo's poolillleVield. Only the losers low" teamed end whicli were llie Councillors, 22-3. (Photo by NEA Staff Correspondent Richard C. Ferguson.) . Vafi-Colored Walls Aid Vet Patients OAKLAND, Cal. <UP)_ Hospital rooms with interchangeable -rail covering* are giving color relief to bed-ridden patients at the vete.-- ans horpltil here. Soothing combinaitions of soft Streen, blue, peach and •. "sunny" yellow have replaced the deadly monotony of white walls for the veterans. The hospital staff fitted out a Jtroom ward with chlnti drapes ^•Jisde to be easily movable from one room to-another. The corrrice boards were painted blending'col- ors to harmonize with 'the 'various drape colors. , So now the veteran in his bed can see a "new" room every week, instead of having the same old solid whit* walls to stare at. Upholstered easy chairs were Standing Pat on a Good Pair jy r* '' Little Joe Marino, of San Francisco, doesn't seem a bit- »wed by Bob and Dick, giant Belgian draft horses that lower over him. The handsome team is an entry in the San Francisco Cow Palace's Livestock Exposition. Poor Park Avenue-ites Balk at Kent Rise NEW YORK (UP)—Things are even getting tough on swank Park Avenue. Tenants of a 15-story-and-pent— house appartment at 1070 Park Avenue petitioned the. Office of Rent Control not to let the landlord raise their rents. They said the apartments have chosen for each room, giving "an air of casual comfort" instead of the cold formality usually found in hospitals. The color therapy program was financed by contributions from American Legion posts. Ladies of the Moose and the Ladies Auxiliary ot the Jewish War Veterans. T *"P*« liiamond Service Emblem above is i « sign. It means that oujr mechanics in the best and latest k ntao* that we use eejnipmeot for testing, re- tad proring. It means pit* we install are prccJskm- «*>gioee«d InMrnauoiud Partj. It mem, above •II, rfnt your tnKkj-«a y wake, or Models-are •erriced here with (kill and care so Aat they will give the best pot**, «rYioe at. lowest cost. Pfcooe now foe a service-date-anything from * lubrication job to a complete program of preventive maintenance. INTERNATIONAL ' HARVESTE 3/2 SOUTH 2S? ST PHONE863 "R" Months Found Good For Moving Trees KENT, b'.r (UP)—Tree moving, like the .oyster, is good ,in any month with an "R." it's eren bet•ter than^theS-oy.ster, :becauie trees' can be moved in May) as well. ' ' But scientists of the Davey Tree Expert Co. here -say it's best/ not to move trees during June. July ' or August because of the difficulty of getting the newly-moved tree through this most torrid period without serious injury. Hot' weather usually spells lack of water and a tree has large, tender growths at that time. More than 50 per cent of its roots have had to be snipped off in the moving, and it cannot, therefore, drlnlt sufficient water to slake its thirst. It Took Him 7 Years '| But He Got HJS Fish \ NEHALEM, Ore. (UP)—Charles ~~. * Jiidd, 79 finally caught a «al| inon. Jucld spent the past seven qt his 70 summers hopefully rowing np and down the Nehalem River, al- v/ays returning fish less. Then his luck changed. He hooked a fish, and after an hour and a half battle, boated the 30- pound Chinook. Judd, almost too weary to hold the fish up for a picture, said, "My family thought I couldn't catch a salmon, so I had to show 'em.' 1 not been painted in the last four year.s; the laundry is in such poor condition laundresses refuse to work in It; the building has direct electric current, which prevents the tenants from having phonographs and television scUs. and the landlord had taken down the street Only 25 Teams Still Unbeaten As End Hears NEW YORK, Nov. 3. (UP)—Out of-(he thousands ot collrce football teams — great nnd small — which started the season wllh high hopes of going through nil-victorious, only •25 remained today with a chance to accomplish that admirable aim. Six clubs toppled from the perfect record'ranks .over Ihe weekend, a Miprlslhgly stnull ainnbcr .at-that in view of'the fact that It was the first day of football's traditional "Chips down 1 : month of November when lipsels often become the rule and not the exception. And of those which collapsed only one, Texas, was n major team anil that was inevitable because the Longhoms were playing an unbeaten and untied team, Southern Methodist, which squeaked through to * ; 14 to 13 victory In the week's Number One grid thriller. Tliere was sympathy for Texas up in the red wheat country of North Dnkotn, too. for it was there that the Ellendale- Bustles also hit the dust, 13 lo 0. In another "meelln 1 of the unbeaten" In which Valley City N. D., Teachers were in the victors! four ot the sin teams which cracked up were from the Midwest. .They were Northern South Dakota Teachers, who succumbed to Augustana Teachers. 39 to «; rind- lay of Ohio which lost to Bowling Oreen, 2« to S; Hlllsdale of Michigan which tied Katamazoo Teachers, 12 to 12; and Ellendale. The other casualties were iouis- vllle University, also a victim of a tie, 7 to 7 against St. Joseph's, and Texas. PACK Two Welches Roberts, By rd Tonight Roy and Uster Welch, the oldest ami youngest, member* of the famous -wwlllng Welch." will make their Initial appearance «> * m «t twin here tonight when they meet Red Roberts and Floyd "Red" Bvrd -In the 90-mlnule time limit tsg match feature ot the American Le- Rion's weekly wrestling proisram. Roy Welch, who has t>ce n wrwt . ling In this circuit for more Ihsh a decade, Is one-of Promoter Mike Mcroney's most popular : grapple™. But his brother, Lester, started in, the wrest llife game only a short while Bfio and has appeared In the locnl ruig only once. : : , . Tonight's battle promises to b« a roudi and tumble affair frcon start o finish., Both Roberts and Byrrt hold nn IU : /rcllnit townrd nnyonnl or »nylliiii(t bearlnR the u.me of Welch nnd Uiey umully «v« their Sunday ininch" ,-for. «n' occ«ilon sudi .as tonight., , . .' '• III the two on«-fall pvelirnlriary innlclios that will precede the main '•T!V l £ y Welch wl " '""K le » llh - Rfd Roberts and Uster Wech will swap hold! with Byrd. Michigan's View t»f Illinois Turfdom Mourns Man O'War; Plans For Burial Made LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. S. (UP) —Saddened Lexington displayed mourning wr«aths foft -Man O'War tpd»y ru.Want were m»pj»ed to bury turfdom's greatest horse tomorrow in the paddock at picturesque Tar- away Farm. It .will be no easy job laying to rest Big Red. who died at.the age oT-30 of a henrt attack -In his stall Saturday, ft . wi(l take .» ,-crane to lower his .-o»k coffin/Into .the 10 feet by 10 feet grave. •Originally, the funeral services were scheduled for today. But a heavy, cold rain lashed Lexington yesterday and Pat O'Neill, manager of Samuel B. Rlddle'a Faraway Farm where Man O'War lived in lofty splendor, changed the plans when grave-digging became Impossible. The funeral will be open to the P.ubllc. However. O'Neill did not know exactly who would attend because of the dreary weather. The horse whose get lias won more than »3,250,000 on,the turf will be burled In a coffin built for him several days ago when it became obvious that his days were few The coffin, elght-by-ten feet, is lined in the yellow and white silks which he carried to victory In 20 out fo 21 races during his matchless career. "Prank Proof" Rooms Planned by MIT ' CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP)—A new dormitory containing "prank proof rooms will be ready for occupancy by Massachusetts Institute of Technology seniors next U. S.Wins Ryder Cup; British Soy Too Much Mud' . U. S. WINS RYDER 18 PORTLAND,- Ore., Nov. 3. (UP)' I— Ihe British Ryder cup learn today nursed tho wounds of the most lop-sided dcfe.t In the International golf classic's hUtory nnd complained, Hint trie matches never should have been played on Portland's: muddy course. noin Arthur Lees and Eiic Green "f the vanquished British team snld Ihc tournament would have been postponed in Britain if the weather had been a* bnd as It wux here. And Msix Fulkner added lib; assent, branding the course us •slop" and saying. "The course definllely was oto soft for us. If it had been like thin In Ingland we wouldn't have played the nmlch." It seemed thnt every time the British showed signs of victory during the two-day meel. on the wlnrt and rain whipped the Portland course, the Americans came through with a flock of birdies. Only husky Sam King of the British team could lick that. He overpowered Herman Keiser of the U. S.. 4 and 3, In yesterday's final match lo save the British from the complete humiliation of a shutout. ! . ' The singles matches yesterday swept along for the most part just as the Scotch foursomes did on Saturday in the opening events the first day. The Americans piled up a 4-0 lead after coming from behind in two matches to triumph. Members ot lioth teams have been invited to compete in the North-South open at Pinehurst, N. c., and many of them left for the Ea-st last night and today. Rice is Next OnRazorback Grid Schedule The University of Arkansns Rn- zorbacks battled the Texas A. and M. Cadets to a 21-21 tie In their homecoming (lit nt Pnyettevlllc al- urdny and will tackle their flttli Southwest Conference foe this week when they meet the Rice Owls In Houston. Saturday's contest will hold no particular bearing on the Southwest Conference title, race as both the Razorbacks and the Owls are vlr- tilally out of the running, It will simply be a clash between two old rivals'who are now only plnylng Conference teams becnuse they nre scheduled. In last week's till, the Porkers lind to come from behind in the fourth period to tie the score after they hnd let an early lead slip through their fingers as the Texnns' offensive machine bcgnn to roll In the second period. Tile Rnzorbncks scored two touchdowns In Ihc first four minutes of piny but were trolling 21 to H nt halftline! fnll. Designed by Finnish architect Alvar Aalto. who is « member of the MIT faculty, the structure will have a serpentine, zig-zag nppenr- nnce so that most rcom.s may overlook ihe.Cruirles River. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Fewi-Ted S«tt* on Safe «t the Legion Ar«ui from 6 p. m. Every MomUj ... .. ADULTS 45c — CHILDREN IS« Monday, Novcmbtr 3 iTai inciaded) _ BOX, SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH vcrtui . RED ROBERTS and RED BYRD ALSO TWO I.YALL, SO-MINUTE MATCHES Roy Welch Red Roberts Lester Welch Red Byrd •• V ''" K '" 1 lhc , •• u ': ew -°' c . « Ciarnc «•!"» " nig.i. 1 he Wolvcrinos' pi incipnl pr.ihlcm wn, jiop accurnle pnsses ot Perry Moss '• in Cham- Hit' (icndty Notre Dome Plays Army in Try For Mythical Football Crown By STAN OrOTOWSKY United Press sporU Writer NEW YORK, Nov. 3. (U.P.l — Nolro Damn makes a major plunge »t Ihe mythical but nonetheless highly rie.slrable national football championship (his week when the Irish, still unbeaten and untied meet Army In another bid lo cvc up for those wur-tlme lashings Tills It the lust Of the Army- Notro Dnme serl«.s. so they sny and It will be held in the quiet collegiate setting of South Bend. Ind,, far from the Yankee stadium where nomc 70,000 of tho subwnj alumni brought with them tlii. horrid Uint of commercialism. A spirited Columbia team took a great deal of edge off this meeting when, forgetting for a moment that It belonged to the Ivy Lcngi It handed Army the first detail the Cndfls had .suffered in foui years. That was supposed to be Nolro Dame's Job. The Irish inlswd out on It ]sjl year by playing to n ^corelMj tie, but they had fiuured that Army would keep until the clash this year. Alas, they were wrong—to the surprise of all. including Columbia. Notre Dame wanned up for the game Saturday by downing Navy 27 to o. while Army bathed Its wounds with a 05 to 13 win over Washington and Ixe. Michigan continued its non-stor Rose Bowl flpccirrl with a 14 to 1 Kin over il|lnols Snturdny, and the Wolverine* meet Indiana 7-0 vlclor over Ohio State, this wrclc Mighty Texas was bounced oiit of the undefeated ranks, as, It, seems, all Texas teams must, with a 14-13 loss to SMU Saturday, and now SMU seems headed straight for the Cotton Bowl. SMU meel.i the Texas Aggies this week and Texas faces Baylor, Georgia Tech continues lo ruin the roost In the Southeast, nnd the Ramblers practically have packed their bugs for the Sugar Bowl. They licked Duke, 7 to 0 In a lough one Saturday and now meet Navy. Southern Cal wcmcd assured of the Western end nf Ihc Rose Bowl Invitation today. UCLA Is the chief rival, and the UCLANs lost, 6 to 0 Saturday to California, a team Southern Cal already has defeated. This week Southern Cnl meclx lowly Stanford. 13-7 loser to Ore- Bon State Snturdny. Utah hnd the Big scvon conference tllln In ths hag after Jts 13-7 win ' over Colorado, nnd (lie Utes. supreme in the Rockies, were shooting for n Bowl bid. utnh plays the Colorado Aggies Saturday. On the .supporting cnrd around the nation. Colum'/a follows Its 23-D win over cornc]! by meeting Dartmouth, 23-14 loser to Yale, In the East. Other Eastern games aro Hoslon College-Wake Forest, Cornell-Syracuse, Harvard - Prtncflnn. ' Holy CroM-Oolgnle. Temple-Pcnn stale. West Virginia-Kentucky, and Yale- Brown, In the Mid-West. Illinois plays Western Michigan, Minnesota tackles Purdue, Nebraska , meets Kansas, Wlsconcln plays Iowa and Ohio State Baltics Northwestern. In the South, It's Auburn vs Mississippi state, Duke vs. Missouri. Florida vs. dcordla North Carolina State vs. North Carolina and Tcnncsiien VB. Mississippi. State College Suffers Loss to Illinois Team JONESBORO. Nov. 3. —Tile'Ar- kansas Slate, Indians bowed to the strong Southern Illinois Normnl University eleven by n u to 1 1 Kny, Fidri here Georgia T*c# I Stays LeaHef ;' O/SFCTeoms ATI,ANTA. Oa., Nor, » <m— The Southeastern Oon headed Into th« November today with Georgia Tteh • front 6n the psychoUdcal lage of being undefeated * tied In six starts and with ] Ippls Rebels >nd the I£h Stale Maroons rolling as contenders. ' 7 ' The Tech YellowJ«ck«U thslr spurts by downlnf an' fighting Duke eleven 1 to.« bare Saturday — and by so'data* lee* a large share of their etnnctfa tS November's M» battles. ' Twenty Jackets were tilted « Injured today, Including MUtadt ?Vanlc Biegler, the Souih's ——« Milng ground gainer, and color- il Oeorge af a thews, the teW ft* - vorlte left halfback from Oohnn- bus, Qa. MLwtsslppI state trluanlud M to 0 over Tulane In New ,mi Saturday and took Hi»lr ptac* ixt to Tech In the sUndlnci wlJh 10 SBO win without defeat'Tte Mnrnons. spearheaded br ibm (Shorty) McWIIllam.i, shotM be 60-polnt favorites ant Atfber* Saturday. Mississippi, ixwercd by ChartW Concrly. out-duelled Louisiana Slnle's leaderleas powerhouse 38 to 18 Saturday night to tally the* fourth conference win Malnsi one loss. Tile Rebels entertain Tennessee at Memphis; Saturday and ihould strike pnydlrt In then- lone- it.-vnrilng feud with the Vols thta -'me. Alsbima defeated Kentucky V to o behind Harry Otrmer, BOJ Ok* lenhesd and Lowell Tew Bkturta^ nnd ranked In a fourth place tli with Vanderbilt In the staadtnH. Vanderbllt. twice beaten but •Wl stronB, ran over Auburn M to A. 'Bama ban an open date this ' end taking It easy for the 'O< Tech game and Vanderbilt Tennessee Tech. Florida. 34 to 7 winners over Tutman, tangle with Georgia, Jl to victors over Olemson. It's tbe Shortly after Iho contest o|>cucd the Indians gained possession of tho bnll on their own SB-yard lln« on downs nnd begun offensive drlvn downficld. They did not. relinquish the ball until Evsrotte Bolton, the Tribe's left end, was safe In th e end rone after receiving a pass from' quarterback Don I.uketlch. RusBOll Huydcn kicked tho extra point to 1 give State a 1 to 0 leaj. But the visitors pushed noross «. tally a few mliulles Inter on a pn.« from Bill Mallnsky to Bo JnhtL.son which climaxed [i susiain- ed ground attack.'in the fourth period Mallnsky pulled the same Stunt only this time to right end Boh Collwrn for the visitor's second nnd, final touchdown. \ Also. Black I.ahel—!)0 I'rnof BARRKT-^ flAMrr.TON', INC. Distributors, Little Kork "}rey, coach! ITi' all-stalo hsick so?, lin'll sign up with us if we're usin' HUBRARD HARDWARE COMPANY iootball equipment!" . bullrtog weekend to lose, but erea though Florida han dashing BotilF Forbe-s, th e Georgians will bVfa- vored. •— ^ *^— •^•^•^•Mi^.^.^.EE.^BpiM RITZ THEATRE Manila, Arlc Monday and Tnmdmy. Opens at CM p.m.; TonigKl- THE BIG SLEEP" With Humphrey Borart j • nd Lauren Bacall ramount Ncwm mnd 8hort> ; Tuesday .: 7 Bfack Market Babi«t" Ralph ? Kane Richmond, Jane Serial! The " ••™^^^^«^^^" New Theater Manila's Shews EVKBY mG Bex Opens Week Days 1:M f^e MaihM« S«tar*»7 * t, Sal.-Sln. 1 p.ia. Cont, TONIGHT "THE YEARLIKHS" with Gregory Teek aad Jane Sfcert StrikM •ock" Ron Randall—A^U A«* Sherte

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