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main Top Distrid 5 learns Still Bed UttU Rock Uttfc Reek Both Ranks !• in DMric* ptvt, *M ttttl* nearer t »lu- . foUowli* ««y wlna *M taw iMdtec touni in tt>« a Bock rotted or*r RuwD- fa> • in • horns gun* whj}« North UtUe 'Rock co.ated to » 35 to » rictory over Blyth«vUl« at Hie worth**** ArfcaniM town. The two Ow»t« Little Rock t«»ms hiive Went**! weord*, having been tied ••M wteh, »nd th« champlort will be by tti* Arkansas Athletic Ason on the bub of season's performance against common foes. The North Little Rock boys scored M poteU in the ftr»t half of their Kytheville tam* and although the Mledeilppl County lark .cored 14 potato In the Ja»l half, (hey couldn't eatch up. utlle. Rock's rlclorj over Ruwellville wai witne««l by only 1,000 apectators, the »malle«t capital erowd In three Manotu. •In otfcer l«adln« «tate fame* Pine •tuff naMd out Hot Eprlng. at the WA 7 to i; M Dorado defeated ordyoe II to 0; Hops trampled Pres- jott * to 0 and M*na and Charles- ion battled to a »eor*)ess tie. H Dorado's victory, which practically eliminated Fordyce from the dtotrlet raee. wa» costly In that It eoet them the wrvlces of all-state end, Horace Wlndhnm. Only Tcx- wkAna stands In the way ol an El Dorado title M this time. Other hl»h achool scores were: Ourdon 10, Lonoke 0; Fayettcvllle M, Sprln«dale 0: Broken Bow, Okla 1», Horatio 7; Dewltt 10, Glllett 0- Helena-West Helena 18, Jonesboro 0; Nashville 47, Shuckover 7; Por- wet City 38, Stuttgart 0; Malvern 19. Bauxite 0; Magnet Cove 6, Car- jl«l« 0; Wynne 10, Clarendon 14- Norphlet a, Arkadelphla 7; Mor- jUton 14, Clinton «; Dierks 20, Am«T o; Morrilton H, Clinton 6- Magnet Cow 8, Carlisle D. BLYTHBVILLg (ARK.) COURIER NEWg Michigan's Bullet Pass , _ _.-<•- . u i» |.m» »u»j ...._.».._, i uj itiitLSLVin jxxJSi OM^I/I , ou, QI [th« Illini, The Wolverines won, 14-7, lo maintain the 13ig Nine lead and their march to the Pasadena Hose Eowl, Bitter District 5 Foes May Meet in First of Playoffs Urn* ROOK, Ark., Nov. t. (UP) T-**»tball champs oJ District Five, S"* 1 *- , A r elth< L r uttle *«<* ° r *°** .V" ! ,«'Rock-will tangle with •S ^vlted te«n In the first game «*,">« *t*te play-offs on Nov 21 we. Executive Committee of the Arkansas Athletic Committee announced today. And since the invited team could be either Little Rock or North Little Rock—teams having Identical^ records — the possibility looms today that the Greater Little Hock teams could meet In an Initial contett. The committee yesterday drew un a bracket that will serve for all wee divisions of play, AA, A and B JW round games will be played 2«T;.' », >einl-fin»ls Dec. 6 and «Da]i, Dec. 12. l*e'pairing*. - DUtdt 5 vs District t District I vs District 4. District J vi. IDstrict 3. District 7 vs. District 8. fit there are no AA teams In Dutricts 2 and «, Invited teams will M their berths. Army-Irish, Penn-Virginia, Georgia Tech-Navy Tilts Headline Grid Menu BY JOHN GRIFUN T£« United States has about (United Press SpnrUl Writer) NEW YORK. Nov. 8. (UPI—The 34th, and perhaps final, renewal of the Army-Notre Dame scries hogs the football spotlight today, taking the lean away from a number of other top-drawer collcginte games from coast to coast. Only slightly cast Into l| )c shadow, however, are top Intersectional games between Pennslyvanla and Virginia Georgia Tech and Navy, anrt crucial conference tllUs Involving Michigan, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Southern Methodist, and Kansas Noire Dame, with five straight victories KO far In an unbeaten season, la rated an 18-polnt favorite In t« clash with the Cadets, who have lost one game: The game ends Ihe gridirons most famous rivalry, In which the Irish have been victorious 22 times and Army only four with seven ties. The. flnnle Is hclng played in thc home of the Irish, South Bend Ind Instead of New York's Yankee Sta- aiitm. Penn, unbeaten in fi ve games, Is rntcd a 14-polnt choice over power- packed Virginia, winners of all of their six games. Georgia Tech slightly hampered by injuries Is n seven point choice over a Nnvy team beaten by Notre Dame last week. Michigan and Wisconsin, who meet next week in a game that will probably decide the Big Nine title, are favored In games today—Michigan by 20 points over Indiana and Wisconsin by 13',S over Iowa. North Carolina is a H-point favorite In Its traditional game with North Carolina State, while Southern Methodist Is seven-and-a-half over Texas A. and M., and Kansas Is 14 points over Nebraska. West-coast powerhouse Southen California is rated 32 polnU better than Stanford. Other Tilts Todny. Other top-notch games on tap today include •Georgia-Florida, Mississippi—Tennessee. Duke—Washington and Lee, Columbia—Dartmouth, Princeton—Harvard, Penn State- Ernie Zeno while thc Tltnns wit" and two conver- Temple, Purdue—Minnesota, Texas ^ > u? r ', "'"-Arkansas, California-Washington, Utah-Colorado State Or <*°n-Washlngton Last night's program of grid games was even weaker than the usual Friday night card, with Detroit, ripping Ncvade. .18 to 6 and Montana trampling Idaho, 21 to 0 In the leading games. The Detroit victory came a* aur- prlse. since Nevada entered the Bame a two-touchdown favorite on he strength of six wins In seven pievious starts. But the Tlt«"~ ~ r Detroit had little trouble shre the 219-pound Nevada line anc'l scored almost at will. A Detroit fumble set up the only Nevada .score carried over by " ' ~ ' Jack O'Leary le two touchdowns slons. A freezing rain and slippery zlies 'a " Cd '° S ' OVV Molrt<lrai '6 grlz- Llic "Little Bnrn Qt in" gained 261 yards to on^m "for Montana, but the Vandals ruined their own chances with fumbles and passes that went astray. The Grizzlies started scoring as soon as they got the ball, Roy Malcolm runnlne « pimt back 60 yards for a touchdown, and they capitalized on every break to stay in command. In other panics last night, South Carolina blanked the Citadel, 12 to 0: West Virginia We.sleyau stopped Marietta. 12 to 0; unbeaten West- iil° c Tenchl! >s routed City Col- hth straight 'victory; °H«"dln Simmons ripped West Texas State 27 to 6; Upsala bent Rider, 18 to 6- and Minot Teachers knocked Vaf ley City Teachers from the unbeater ranks, 39 to 7. \Much Brawn To Decorate Wrestle Arena can Legion Arena Monday nleht when Big Jim Spencer and Jim Cof. field take on Bad Boy Brown and Bll Canny In the BO-mlnute time limit tag match feature of the Le gton's weekly wrestling show These four grappler* will range In weight, from Cnnny's 217 pounds to at°S 8 M S' °°'" eld *'>'^ISh to ?™.S°.t'm 8P *" C " wm tlp *' Monday night's match Is expected to be one of the roughest staged here In some time. Broim, ulthouih a veteran of the local ring, will he making, his- first appearance here In five years, and according to Promoter Mike Meroney he Is one of the toughest ever to enter the ring HI., partner, Canny, Is an old-timer of Meroney's shows and one of his best drawing cards. Spencer and Coffield both are vlr tiially newcomers. They made their first appearance here a few week-; ?r d ?,' ee , k If fore lftst the y teai "«'i • ", , ' tlmc for a mat «li with Joe Wolf and Tex Rlley that ended In a dressing room brawl. Both men are big and rough. In the two one-fall preliminary matches that will precede the main event. Spencer will take on Canny and Cofflclcl will tangle with Brown. Army to Clash With Unbeaten Irish Grid men SOUTH BEND, Nov. 8. (UP)Army's once-beaten football team and the undefeated Irish of Notre Dame close a 34-year-old football rivalry In Notre Dame stadium today with Notre Dame a heavy favorite. But nolKJdy on the Irish squad neither coaches nor playcr.s expected to have an easy time 'with the nigged Army squad. Only a 21-20 defeat by Columbia two weeks ago prevents the Cadets from bringing onto the Held today a record of no defeats for three years. In spite of that loss, this was one or the big games of the year tor fans. The normal capacity of the stadium Is 66,000, but field seats will Increase the crowd to 58,000 today — a record for the stadium. But only a smalt number of fam were In the city last night- ticket scalpers were non-existant and tick- ct.5 lor the game were advertised in local papers. O/* Mitt ft«£»/s Revengi in Com* Today MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. t. (Up)_ Revenge Is the keyword for today's Crump Stadium battle between Ole Miss and Tennessee. The Rebels will be out for their first victory of the serlw which stai t«l back in 1802. And Charley Conerly win be out for a personal bit of oome-uppanc* lor the Vols. This will be the 18th meeting between the two schools and Tennessee has walked off with 1« victories nnd one tie, though twice they robbed the Rebels of triumphs by scant seconds. That's where clumkin' Charley the nation's leading passer and cinch candidate for All-America honors, comes in. The lanky Mlss- Isslpplan, called "the Roach" by his teammates, was the persona! victim of one of those "robberies." Last year Conerly did everything but cat the goal posts as he led the Ole Miss team into the last half minute of play with an apparently safe lead of 14 to 12. But with only 23 seconds left, the Vols exploded a touchdown and kept their record clean. Georgian /$ Nominated For USGA Presidency NEW YORK, Nov. 8. (UP)—Fielding Wallace of Augusta, Ga., has been nominated for the presidency ol the U. S. Golf Association in 1!MC to succeed Charles W. Littlefield of Monlclair, N. J.. the Association's nominating committee announced yesterday. Wallace's appointment will be submitted for final approval at the S4th annual meeting o[ the USGA here, Jan. 10. A member of tile USGA executive committee since 1039, Wallace has served as vice president since 1945 and chairman of the green section committee since 1940. He was pros- idem of the Georgia State Golf Association from 1937 to 1946 and prcsidtnt of the Augusta, Country Club for 15 years. Totton P. Heffelfinger of Minneapolis and James D. Standish, Jr.. of Detroit have been nominated for the vice presidencies now held by Fioncis D. Ouiniet of Boston and Wallace. Paris Employes Strike; Troops Move Garbage Our Truck Accessories Have The INTERNAT10NALTRUCK « grilk. »nd fen. . Gcillt P«7 for th«m«]ve» fcy pr orcci i n f uniighil, , ' Nov - "• '"PI - 7YOOIXS, licaiily guarricci by security po- 1 « agnlnst UK retaliation or striking gnrungc collectors, spread h^,f Ver PaHs today """ st »'-'«l hnullng away R jive-dny col | ec . lion of garbage nll ri irnsh that was health' bccomlng ft lhrc "t 'o The garbage collectors' strike was me worst of n .series that had (nk- ™ an estinmtcd 90 per cent of nub- llr. service workers otf their jobs. The Iroops were called in yesterday to haul nway P [i os of roUlnR [rutt and vegetables from Les Hal- Jos. the biggest, market !„ Pari . s . Today, they were ordered to haul Uic worst of the household garbage off, although the strikers had •warned « R nInst the use of troops Ench truck was driven by a soldier, with police protecting him. Youth Kills Two Veteran Officers in Reno, Nev. RENO, Nev., Nov. 8. (U.P >—A police captain with more than 20 years experience and a veteran dc- I Icctive were shot and kilted early today by an 18-year-old youth who fired from his hotel room bert as the officers sought to arrest him The officers were Capt. Roy Geach. 50. in charge of night operations of the Reno Police Department, and Detective Sergeant Allen Gla.ss, 36. Tech in Easy 35-0 Win Over Monticello (By l/nltcrt Press) Arkansas Tech's unbeaten Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference record remained unmarrcd today following a 35 to o rout of .Monticello A. and M. nt Russellvillc last night By winning the Tech eleven remained at the top of the Ale heap along with idle Stntc Teachers Col- Iccc. Thc teachers play their only remaining conference- game with College of the CMarks on Thanksgiving Day. Meanwhile, once-beaten Hendrix —still having a mathematical chance for the title—will meet oft- beaten but dangerous Ounchita at Conway tonight. In the only other conference game of the week Little Rock Junior College surprised by an easy 32 to 0 win over College of the bznrks at Clarksville last night. In non-conference games Arkansas lost to Bethel 13 to? at McKenzic, Tcnn., last night while Arkansas State will meet Pcnsacoln Navy at Pc.'isacoln, Pin., and Nonheast Center of Louisiana will play Magnolia A. nnd M. today. CHICKS Mississippi State Tangles With Auburn BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. Nov. 8. (UP] —Mississippi State and Auburn met at Legion Field here today before a crowd o[ about 23.000, wfth State fnvorcd 10 do a repeat performance of last year's one-sided victory. Slntc's Capt. Dub Garrctt Tom fShorty) McWilliams nnd Harper DHV.S led the Invaders as Auburn'.^ gnat Travis Tidwell, still nursing nn injured ankle, was held out for vise only in oflensivc spots. (Continued from Page 1) third ant) fourth period, one with the aid of a North Little Rock bobble. Traylor set up the Chicks second touchdown with a pass Interception on his own 39, returning to the 4D. McParland ran wide around his own left flank for a first down on the North Little Rock 25. McFarland, Traylor and Huey teamed up to move the ball to the six yard stripe and McParland crashed over left tackle tor the tally. Traylor added the Hth point" on an end sweep. Jim Berry, the Chicks' right tackle accounted tor the third marker early in thc fourth period by recovering n Wildcat fumble behind the goal line. R. C. Allen intercepted Nense's pass to Wilkerson on the Wildcats 25 and went ajl the way to the 11 before being stopped. Three plays moved the ball to the four but thc Wildcats held on the next and took possession-or the ball on downs. Quarterback Neasc elected to run the bail out of the hole and on the play. Biendcn fumbled In the end zone with Berry recovering. McFarland circled end for the .extra point making the score 35 to 21. Cats Threaten Again The Wildcats threatened again late in the fourth period with an 80-yard march which started on their own 15 but time ran out with tha ball rc-sting on the Blytheville live yard line. The Wildcats forward wall was their biggest asset. They held a big SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 184T Even though the odd« were heavily agalrwt them, the Chicks fought back giUantly. Tackles Jim Berry and Lloyd Koonl*-and guards Jim G«rner and Billy Bracey were standout! In the defensive game. Even Ihoiujh outweighed 10 to 13 pounds to the man they battled the odds with undlmmed vigor, but there was just too much beef In the cats forewall. Thli WM the Chick* final «cha- duled home game of the season. They will meet the Batesville Pioneers at Bateevllle next week and ihen Journey to Forrest City Nov. 27 for a Turkey Day game with their age-old foe» the Mustangs. However, there Is some possibility that the Tribe's first play-off game with a team representing District Two will be played here. First, round pairings for the play-off were announced today by the Arkansas Athletic Association but the site ol the game* will be decided by officials of the schools Involved. Lineup* N. Little Hock Law Th« Constitution of the TJnlted Statei, together with acts of con- gies and foreign treaties made under Its authority, comprise .the supreme law oi the land. Blythe villa B. Elliott . Koonti ... Garner .,, Hodge Bracey ... Berry Gentry ... Huey Traylor McFarland Allen . L. B. . L.T. . L. O. . C. . . . R.G. . R. T. . R.E. , Q.B. . H.B. H.B. Shoemate Soule ... Woodyear Briley .. Zakerewski Kyiar Burns Ncase Yatcs .... Blendon Hoffman New Theater Manila's Finest Show* KVERI NIGHT Box Opens Week Days 7:M pm Mitlnee Salurdiy & Sunday Sat.-San. 1 p.m. Cont Shovtos Saturday "Return of the Lash" with Al LaRue ant) Fuzzy St. Johns Selected ShorU Summary: Substitutions—Blytheville, J. Elliott, Fitzhugh, and Smith. North Little Rock: Williams, Johnson, Decuir, Pratt, Charles, Hope. Kelly. WiSkerson, Carithers, Hicks, Haynle, Tyler, Milker, Grace, Sullivan and Taylor. Scoring touchdowns: Blytheville, Traylor. McFarland and Berry. North Little Rock, Blendon 2, Hoffman, Nease and Wilkerson. Extra points; Blytheville, McFarland 2, and Traylor, Officials, Dukie Speck (Ark. State) referee; Harry Sharp (Tennessee) umpire; Jerry Burns (Memphis State) head linesman; and Marion Hate, (Millsaps) field judge. Game Statistic. B'ville Opp'ts First Downs 5 15 Yds. Gained Rush .. ng 386 Passes Attempted .... 6 15 Passes Completed 1 4 Yds. Gained Pass U 83 Fumbles , 3 3 Oppis. Fumbled Hec. 1 1 Punts 5 5 Avg. yds. per punt ..31 45 Sickoifs 5 6 Av. Yds. per Kickoff 41 56 Penalties 4 for 30 1 for 45 Individual Records BJytheville: Player Tries Net Gnd Avg. Huey 4 13 3.25 Traylor 8 as 10.02 McFcrland 14 72 5.14 Allen 3 6 2 Elliott 2 3 150 North Little Rock: Nea.se 3 Yates 5 ilendon S rloffman 15 Williams 2 Wilkerson 3 :ombce Saturday Owl Show "SWAMP WATER" with Walter Huston »nd Waller Brennan Selected Short Subjects a Republic Picture Sunday and Monday "WYOMING" with William Elliott Also Short Subject* RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. TONIGHT 'Riding Down the Trail' with Jimmy Wakely Cartoon and Chapter 9 "Purple Monster Strikes- Saturday O\vl Show "Sensation Hunters' with Robert Lowery Also Cartoon hon4a< inn Monday Tuesday FOR SALE 4-in. Concrete S«w*r TiU Concrele Culvert Til. Size 10 in., 36 in. A. H. WEBB Hwy. «1 at State Lin* Phone Blythevlll* 114 I Have On Hand At All Times Several tra'ctors and equipment . . . both new and used ones JOHN DEERE. FARMALL arid other makes. Also. I have for sale at all times 70 to 80 head of wm"'* T f rms can "* arra nsed. Will trade for most anything F. C. CROWE 1 Mile S. of Braggadocio FOR ELECTRIC WORK *Call 2397* —FOR— • Bob Powell • T. W. 'Hop' Neil j We specialize in house wiring, farm wiring, mo- lor repair and appliance installation. BOB'S Electric 500 N. Fifth SI. Blytheville, Ark. FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS" plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 SUCDC «t WH1TC SHOC Q . We clean and dress per- " • • fectly all types ol Suede, Buck- ' Jskln and White Shoes. Careful.' • high grade work with the finest': J materials Insure satisfaction. • H-flLTCRS QURLITY SHOC SHOP 121 W. M n I N ST. Opens at 6:30 p.m.; Starts 7:00 p.m. TONIGHT "The Lone Hand Texan" with Charles Starrett as the Uiirango Kid and Smiley Burnett Serial: "The Scarlet Horseman" Selected Shorts Saturday Midnite Show (Starts »t 10:45 p.m.) "DANGER STREET" Jane Withers and Robert Lowery Also Shorts Sunday and Monday "One More Tomorrow" with Ann Sheridan, Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson Paramount News, Also Shorts 2611 — 2611 — 2611 — 2611 IF YOU WANT THE BEST IN A FIRST LINE TIRE ... £ GET THE NEW " HOOD 400" Woshing • Road Service Lubrication • Esso Products Also Goodyear and Firestone Tires ^^^~^^^^-v^-^^^~ VVWA — _ ---------- - — -—-^-^^w^- - -^ WILSON AUTO SERVICE 201 West Ash Street Kl ON K> '5TDNE 80TTUD IN BOND KENTUCKY It's STRAIGHT Its BOURBON It's GREAT! ma i'root Snnr il/n.i/i Whiskey AT YOUR PACKAGE STORE _ Aiso Black Label—90 Proof Bmett Hamilton, Inc. Distributor, Little Rncli. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Kceerred Seats on Sale at, the Legion Arena from 6 p. m. EVery Monday u , ., ... . ADULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15« Monday, NOY. 10th (T»i included) . BOX SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH BIG JIM SPENCER"and"JIM"c6m"ELD"" versus BAD BOY BROWN and BILL CANNY ALSO TWO 1-FALL, 30-MINUTE MATCHES Big Jim Spencer Yl. Bill Canny Jim Cof field VS. Bad Boy Brown Did You Soy Service? Service Is more than a word repealed, here at NU-WA. Service to us means fine CLEANING AND LAUNDRY picked Tip and de- llvered at your doorstep. Service here, means satisfaction to every customer. It means that you can trust every garment to us and have them returned spotless, unharmed and ready for Immediate use! Dial 447 4-447 5 For Our Double Service NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS 220 North Second Street f£C Ml* Still & Young Motor Co: Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3479 Biythevill* Ark. 112 Walnut 9C

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