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FAGS TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1947 r OsceolafoPlay HdenaTofflorrow Semineles Facing OIM of Season's Toughest Games O6CEOLA, Nov. IS.—Performing on foreign toll for three consecutive weekends, the Oeceola High School Seminole* return home this week where they will meet the Helena- West Helena Indians tomorrow night in what Ooach Rube Boyce expects to be his blggrst game of the season. Thli contest will begin the Tribe's final two-week home stand before they ring down the curtain on the 1M7 season in Marked Tree Thanks- jivinj Day. Their last home game of'the season will be with Elaine next week. Otceola football fans are expecting the worst in tomorrow night's contest for the visiting Indians have rolled over several big teams this teason. l^st Veek Coach Jimmy Patterson's aggregation bowled over Uve^Joneaboro Hurricanes 19 to 0 and'the week before that they whipped Stuttgart with ease. Led by Prank Fischel. one of the most sought-after high school foot- bill stars In the South, the Indians will navy an experienced hand at every position when they . line up against the Semlnolp-s. Fischel. a 210-pound all-state end of last year, is the sparkplug of the Indians' offensive attack. On defense he plays at left end but on offensive he is a wingback and leads each play that goes through the line. Boyce to Start Regulars The Seminoles witnessed their final day of hard practice yesterday and Coach Boyce stamped his okav on each of them and pronounced them ready for the conflict. Every member of the Tribe came out of the 'hard game with the Bcebe Btdfer* last week unscathed. Coach Boyce stated yesterday that h« would start his regular lineup ataintt the visiting Indians. His •quad will be outweighed in every department and will be rated as th« underdoes by some H to 'X point*. A play by play description of the contest will be aired direct from Delta Bowl Prospects Viewed With Alarm by the Sponsors By WILLlASl J. FOX I was "available" for the Florida (United Press Sports Writer) | New Year's Day gumc. He said the MEMPHIS, Tcnn, Nov. 13 (UP) ' ncbs coulu i cl " »' elcasc fro '» lnelr -The budding Delta Bowl today Dclta Bowl commitments. " was like the engaged girl whose boy j " Alld what's more, he artcltd, friend Is making passes at anotlicr '" ! happen <<> kl! ° w ' 1at ol o M ' Ig P»M — doubtful but hopeful- The Amvels, sponsors of MIC' postseason game, found llial Ole Miss their long-signed host team, hns cast covetous glances at oilier bowls. And (lie Vets don't like It a bit. Olc Miss was signed early, last Summer wlicn neither It nor tlie Delta Bowl rated' very highly In I Now things have changed — all least for Ihc Rebels. The Rebs have charged through six victories out of eight games. Charley Connerly and Barney Poole have become the hottest pigskin combination in the nation. And Ole Miss very well could win the Southeastern Conference title. Add them all tip and yon have a very desirable ball club, one which could entice the customers through the turnstiles In profitable mobs. Tlie Delta Bowl probably would return $30.000 to the Rcbs, whereas the rich Sugar Bowl would net them around $80.000. And the Orange and Cotton Bowls would be far richer than the fledgling locul product. Football is a churaeter-building sport and all that, but these Jan. 1 "classics" are run to make dough and promote * chamber of commerce gimmick. So, when the Ornnge Bow] promoters expressed an unofficial in- would be very receptive to an In- vltntlon to play here." Olc Miss' Head Coach Johnny Vaughl promptly salci his learn sill] has Chattanooga and Ml.ssl.is- Dpi State lo play before any bowl game. "All we can do Is wall." he DurocherOkayed As Dodger Boss Leo, However, Has No" Comment After Chandler's Approval NEW YORK, NOV. 13, (UP) East side. West side, all around the circuit, baseball's hot stove league was going full blast today Champ Bird Dog to 8* Entered,in State Trials BOONEVILLE, Ark, Nov. 13 (UP! The International champion bird dog In the all-age open eveht—"Tur- League President POrd Frick, died yesterday. Funeral services are set for Friday. ' key Mountain Doctor"—will be en-'Boonvllle meet. These include open tered In the third annual Arkansas all-age, shooting doc stake, the open Field Trials to be held Nov. 17 at i deeby, the open puppy stake the amr Boonvllle. atuer derby and the amatuer all- The "Doctor" won the title during •** •'»>«• the Elkhorn Trials In Saskatchewan,] A guranteed purte of «t least Canada, In September. He was also $1,900 will to to the winner of this winner of the Arkansas Trials In year's open all a(e. 1946. " 1 j. Six stakes 'will be held In the Rttd Courier !«*•» Want Ad* with the midnight draft deadline approaching and Leo Durocher Dick Dcwcy. local Ainvels com- i Betting a no-doubt-about-it clean inandcr, and Bill Brady, bowl committee chairman, were in no mood to trifle with such talk. "Ole Miss has not asked to be released from our contract," Dcwey said flatly, "and under no circumstances will we release them." A contract's a contract, and it's all very legal. And. anyway, no one hns made au actual offer to Ole Miss. The Amvels' rocky road wltl\tnelr Inaugural bowl L<ash is following lust year's pattern. Then they were unable lo line up two teams In tlino to obtain Crump Stadium. A rival group was bidding for It at the same time. Finally the rivals took their promotion to Legion Held In Birmingham. Ala., and Memphis hud no New Year footlm!! clash- Tills year Ihc Amvels reportedly arc putting out "feelers" all over . . i the I .itidf.cn pc. Presumably, 'Jiey'vc. i suspension has ended. Deacon explored Boston College, Missouri, " Utah, Pcnn State. Virginia, Wll- linm and Mury and Eice. Columbia .•led ck already has turned down a bid. The bowl committee Is cxp~ • terest In a drawing card like Ole r t mnj . R (h)al decision next week Miss, the surprise wasn't too great. ,, nrt win trv lo n uc llp u, c o ppu.si- Mlaml Herald Sports Editor Jim- tion f0[ . o 'lc Miss " Burns wrote that Mississippi L Hale Field to Helena fans over the Helena radio station. Probable starting lineups: Osceola po s. Griffin L. E. Pendergrast .. L. T. Hathorne L.G. Kersey C . .. Langstqn .... E.G. Barber R. T. E. Shaneylelt R. E. Reid Q.B. J. Shaneylelt H. B. McFarland .. H. B. P. Stillwell .. F. B. Hcjcmv ... Fischel . Anderson ,... Marre ... MnthLs ... Porter .. Jackson Mills . Christian . Woodyard Allen King Look... for this Label at your Favorite Package Store TOUR assurance of a glc]lt Battled in Bond straight Kentucky ISKEY igh BOURBON WHIS Sour Mash— 100 Proof Alio Black Label— 90 Proof Barrett Hamilton, Inc. Distribute. Little Rock. :loesn't steal the Rebels first. Sudbury Weevils Win Football Title In 'Y' Competition The Doll Weevils from Sudbury clinched tlic title In "Y" Midget football LenRiic yesterday afternoon by whipping their Sudbury brothers, Uie Beavers by a 19-0 score on the Division street playground. This \vln gnve them four wins and tie without a loss and assured them of the lengue championship, although (hey still have one game to piny. Tilts Wevill backflckl wns at, its deceptive best In scoring in the first third and fourth periods while the defense was limiting the Beavers to a mere two first downs. The first period tally came after a blocked punt winch was covered or tho Beaver 30. From that point the Weevils drove to the one. from which point Edward Peterson circled the..short end for the TO. Leon Prlvctl's try for the extra point was no good. In the third period Privett smashed over from the C after a sustained drive of GO yards and ([uarterback Ralph Snyder's conversion was goon making.ihe score 13-0. ,y Halfback Peterson again secret In the fourth period on a: reverse COME IN AND SEE THE NEW AND REVOLUTIONARY GROUND GRIP TIRE bill of health from the commissioner's office. j The St. lx>nls Browne and the Boston Red Sox were the latest I teams to lake advantage of the I draft: The Browns obtained short-1 stop Garvin Hammer from* Toronto of the International League and the Sox got outfielder Ralph Sl- inonls from New Orleans of the Southern Association in the latest claims announced. The major league teams have until midnight tonight to file any late drafts. '* In Cincinnati, Commissioner A. 13. Chandler's secretary, Waller Mulbry, shed new light on the Durocher cnse. -- v Mulbry said that there was absolutely no objection to IDuroclier's i returning as manage]' of the Brooklyn Dodgers ^now that his one-year 3ranch Rickey, general manager of th c Dodgers, has Indicated that hero Is "pressure" against Durocher, but this certainly showed that the pressure didn't come from Cincinnati. Durochcr, on the West lonst, refused to comment on reports thai he already has signed is Dodyer boss. Feller May Get Less ^ In Cleveland, the hotstove sparks concerned fireball Bobby Feller, baseball's version of the U. S. Mint. President Bill Vcek of the Indians said thiit Feller would receive the same $40.000 salary he |]^ckctcd this year, but that his attendance bonus would start at 1,000,000 customers, not the 750,000 figure of this year Feller collected S37.000 In lfl« but may draw less in 1948. ^ The New York Giants had a little news ( il>out contacts, too. They announced that \Ves Wcstrum, star kid catcher, had signed his terms — and thai brought to 10 the number ot giants who have done so. Wcstrum came up from Minneapolis during the past season after hitting .234 in 1934 games. In addition to the drafting of Hummer, the Drowns had two more items of Interest for the mill. First, they released inficlder Russ Peters to make room for Hammer. And second. Postmaster General Bob Hnnncgan resigned as a member of the team's board o( directors but retained his stock, Hannegan has been connected with syndicates \vhich attempted to purchase the Cardinals and the Browns nt different times, 'Xic one sncl note came from Liyonicr. Ind., where Jacob Ftick, 94-year-old father of National which carried the ball for 7 yards ind the score but an off-side nulll- ied the extrn point which was carried over by fullback Privett. Games in this league will be com- jletcd next week. 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T.I. t««m. u< Hull own ol I.I iigln in tho PAST over IH* w*«kMt learn In the country-. Thui7 • s£o t«ua h*i b»«r» 10 Korlao poUt* •tztftqM :m. ID Ihis majiher put p4>jfocm«AC«« ot toy two le-am* caa b« ccmMr*d r*?udl*M e< loutlca. Tha reftiM* itinucui Blnci 1329. - . • * reiger rfcan • 441 PftlNCIPAi GAMES ProbabU FKIDAY. HOVtMBEJI 14 Sin Francisco.62.0 VlLoyola, C«l. ..'. Vanderbllt . ..90.7 va Miami, Fl«. ...•; VUIanova .... 56.9 Vf Georgetown ..•' SATURDAY, NOVEMBEX IS Alabami ...-94.2 v» OobitlU I«c». .94.1 Baylor 78.l»»Tu1»4 *7i.2 _-°* "— Young '60.2 v« Colortdc A.CM. Sj!o Brown 81.6 v« H«rv«id «69.2 Calllomi. .. -33.3 » Monluu €9.1 _ 7<.e yi Duqu«tn« '55,5 Colaale 66.8 vi SyraoiB* .....»62.3 Columbia .. .'97.6 va Holy Clow 71.2 iou!h ..^S.gvsCoraen 7?.l Dolioil "B-l.SviSt. louls 56.9 ^ea.ZvsSoulli Caiolloa.74.1 Georgia ... .'06.4 V3 Auburn Illinois 103.0 va Ohio Slal. ...'80.8 Indians -85.9 va Maiqunlls 75.0 Iowa Slate '. .'67.7 va Kajiaas S!A!« .. .52.7 Kansas S6.9 V3 Okla. A.5M. ..'66.6 Kentucky ... '87.3 vs Kvanavilla «. Michigan ... 117.0 wa Wiaconaln ..'100. Mich. Stale . .90.1 vl Tempi* '64. Minnesota . .102.6 7B lovra «84. MiHSlsnippl .'92.4 vs Challanooga .. ,69.' Mils. State . .68.4 vi la. Stale «B7. Miaaouii "9S.7 vs Oklahoma 82.9 HovncU .. ,*75.7 VB Montana Stat*..32.3 a. .91.9 vs Maiyland *67.5 .... -- sMaiyl Notre Dame .113.6 vs Northwestern *79.6 Oieqon 8S.5 y« Stanford "69. Oregon Slate "7B.9 vs Wash'lon Stale .70.5 ror.n '100.3 va Arniy .-. 93J Ponn StAt*. .S5.BvaNavy ...... . *69. Purdue '93.G v» Pittsburgh - 80.9 Bice ...' -96.7 vs TCM« 'A.SM.. .HA Bulgara -0,1.3 v« N, Y. U 48. So.M«thod£*lMM.9 VB AikanMs 84. Te«aa '99.7YsTeia. Chrietian 92. Tulan* "82.9 VB Florida 69.8 U. C. I,. A.. .'92.0 va Washington ...62. Utah Stale" .'.''71.7 VB Denver' '.'.'.'.'.' ,7l!< Virginia 90.9 va Wen Virginia.*75. forest. .85.2 TB N. C. State. -76. it* .. '78.B vs Miami. Ohio...78. « Mary -89.3 v« Waah. 4 Lm...ES. V/voming .59.4 vs Colorado , .81.1 v» Pitncelon SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 16 SI.Mary'fl.Cal.»72.gTaSaol« CUr« Dial 3738 /FS YEARS OLD But who would know it? When we clean a garment—it looks brand new. Our special methods of cleaning give you better appearance and better wear for a rnett reasonable price! —For Our Route Man! BOONE CLEANERS Man Winter Is' Just Around tht Comer Lei us remove the water from y»W Ur«i and (ill them "Kb ul- riu> ch(*rMc »»U-Jr»»M win- tloai. We will be flu! to Bckc •a appvlnlMept to care for all jtwr lractor> at nut farm—thw •avini you time. BEMEMBER WE StKVlCE ALL HAKES TRACTORS Russell Phillips TRACTOR CO. *>. Hiway 61 Phone 2171 THE NEW MOX BLYTHIVILLE'S FINEST TONIGHT "STATE FAIR" with Jeanne Grain and Dick Hayn Cartton, and Short Friday & Saturday "My Pal Trigger?' with , ' Uny Ra{«n and Dale • Evai CARTOON and • 1 Stool*» C»m*dj "^ ^ ^ ™ ™ 119 SoutlTrhiTd Street™ ™ — ™ ™* ^ Noftoflof 1. MICHIGAN ,.11?.0 2, NOTHE DAME. 113.6 3. ILLINOIS 103.0 4. MINNESOTA .. 102.6 S. SO. CALIF 100.9 6. SO.METK'DISTIOO.S 7. WISCONSIN ..100.4 3. TEXAS 99.7 JO. ARMY 93.G •C.i»l« H«m> f~- T1 MhfwM* I. MICHIGAN ..117.0 2. NOTRE DAM!. 113.6 3. ILLINOIS 103.0 4. MINNESOTA.. 10 2.6 5. WISCONSIN" ..100.4 1. PUBDUE 99.6 7. MISSOUHI ... 95.7 8. MICH. STATE SO.l 9. KANSAS . E6.3 10. •INWAKA U.9 HIS WEEK'S LEADER Sett* 1. SO.METH'DUIltM.* 2. TEXAS M.7 3. RICE *.7 4. N.CAHOUKA. M.» S. ALABAMA ... 94.1 6. GA. TECH. ... 94.1 7. TEX.CHBISTN 32.9 B. MISSISSIPPI 92.4 9. VIRGINIA . . ».§ 10. VAHDEUILT . 90.7 S . fer WH! i. so. cAiir. ..ioe.« 2 CAUTOXNIA « I 3 U. C. L. A. . . . ».0 4 OREGOH »5.5 5 WAIDJKGTOM l].t C SANFIIAH'SCO 11 0 7 UTAH 79.7 < OMGOHST... 71.9 ». COU. PACIFIC 71.7 U. NEVADA 7S.7 Capri 1 (•* i. rnm M.II Z- ARMY Ml 3. COLUiaiA . . 17 .« 4. PENN ITATI. M.t S. XAVT «.! .1. MARYLAND . 17.1 7. VOIANOVA.. W.I >. BOSTON COLL. 14.1 9. BROW* ...:. lit M>. 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