The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 14, 1947
Page 6
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Chicks to Play Pioneers Tonight Bynum Forced to Rtly on R«Mrves In Batesville Gam* Twenty-nine Blytheville Chicks, Coach Nig Bynum, his assistant Walter "Buddy" Davis, and two student managers departed by bus tills morning for Batesville where they will do battle with thc Balesvlllc High School Pioneers tonight. This will be one of Hie less Important games for (he Chicks and will serve as preliminary warm-up for their first round bailie In the atale play-off which gets underway next week. ' But tonight's game will be no push-over. The Pioneers, even though they don't boast loo good a record this season, generally play one of their best games against the Chicks, and win, lose or draw they usually give them a hard way lo BO. The Chicks' innln object for ivln- nlng this game Is revenge. Revenge lor the 20 to 14 licking they suffered at the hands of the Pioneers last year and revenge for the 35 to 21 drubbing they looks from Ihe North Little Rock Wildcats last week which hailed Ihelr winning streak at four gomes. Many Reiuurs Nursing Wounds The physical condition of Coacii .pynum's brigade Is almost at Us weakest. point as several members of his squad are still suffering from bruises and scratches received in the North Little Rock connict last week. Fullback R. c. Allen and guard L. w. Fitchugh missed every practice session this week due lo injuries and probably will be out of tonight's contest. All But One of Seven Major Teams Listed as Favorites By STEVE SNIDKK fn*s Sports Writer) NEW YORK. H. (UP) _ -*-' iiw, »t. \.UL't —. °*;« of th e nation', seven major unbeaten and untied football team, were listed today « r ,iong the weekend favorite.? with Georgia Tech. weary and crippled, the only perfect record icmn on th e uitrter- aog s end ol the odds. There was little enough to choose between Georgia Tech (7-0) and Alabama (5-2) In thc lop game 'n the South but the shade ot difference went to Alabama's rraurglnz Crimson Tide by a single point In the howl payoff gams n tlie I3tg Nine, Michigan CI-0) was a 13'4 point favorite to whip WIs- .consln (5-1-1) for an undisputed conference title, Southern Methodist 17-0) had an 18 point bulge over Arkansas In Its sweep toward the Southwest Conference chump-1 ionshtp, ' ' Both the Eastern giants — pcn- sylvanla (6-0) and Peim State (7-0) — were favored in their showdowns over Washington State and Oregon by seven over Stanford. California was a prohibitive choice over Montana with no odds quoted. in the big seven, Wyoming plays at Colorado, Denver at Utah State snd Brlgham Young at Colorado A. and M. in a tussle to Improve their positions while league-leading Utah picks on non-conference Idaho. Among the East's top names were Holy Cross at Columbia with Columbia favored by 13, Yale a six point fnvorilc at Princeton, Brown by seven at Harvard, Cornell at Dorlinouth seven, and Colgate by six at Syracuse. with the service academies, with Perm a seven and one half choice to hand Army its third pasting of the year and Perm State at six and one half points over Impress Navy. Notre Dame (U-0) S[wllei Fast 1 Cage Teams Play Here Saturday Night Stanley Keller's Arkansas. Bloodhounds, a semi-pro basketball team formerly known as the Itoyal crown Bottlers of Jonesboro, will play the Manila Independents In an exhibl-. tlon game at the Armory here Snt-' BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER jst B WS Setting Out Decoys urday nielli. North- j Bonsllng several iV < iI'« y i Rl ! SS i 0> 1( l?'' and Cyril Robinson set out decoys at their fav orile duck luinlinK spot in Ihe noi-lhwcsl part of Jackson County" Mich. Louie, the retriever, is much interested. ^ oumy ' wns the pick over Idaho (3- The Interjeclloiial schedule, op- Americiins. thc Bloodhounds nrc rntcd as one of thc best semi-pro ball clubs In Hie Mid-South and en I, „ . , M ,• ey nre lc <"">' ' enlng tonight with Villanova at (In the nation that hns Georgetown, Is thc slimmest of the ns a member of the season. Hie only others of import- . y- ' Birl BCOI ' ills wlllz 0( a rew n woman "Cat" Montgomery th . , . - »«•*"••.>* tut Ploy in 'Y' Loop Begins Dec. 4. For Five Teams . , em l> lc . j w»l '« »l '•<• forward post for the for nr>ci/\n t>i^«ji ______ i_ «.... . ' . . . ! nn at Tennessee. . Mosl of C'c fireworks are within the maior conferences and the biggest scramble is in the South- . i^ujguL.? uumesi. / UIXKVSI scHimuie is in the South- Allen U suffering from a swollen I cnst where Georgia Tech and Miss- ankle and Fllzhugh Is nursing a sore "'""' Rl °'" "'" "••'" ' • >","-,.. S *^ r .« 1 .. olh " s »« nursing ----- ^.......j m,, iJUjaillX Injuries, including Roger Him with * sprained ankle. Billy Bracey with a sore shoulder and Detinic Gentry Is still limping slightly from a blls- lered heel. However, these (luce . . Stale, the only tennis unbeaten by league opponents,- are underdogs. Louisiana Stale was listed as a six nnd one half point favorite over Mississippi stole and if both lenders should lose, Mlss- Ipjil, 5-1 in conference, would gnlti temporary lead, plays *s..tu ucci. uuwcvcr, idese tiucc t]lt "' u ' will probably sec some action to- at leasL night. j Mtssls:>jp)ii pjjiys uni Quarterback Doiihirl Huey missed! ouLs ' de u ' c c™ l( "icncc. Tn several days' practice thl'; week' els ' Gcor B' !l wns ft 26 poin: wilh a knee Injury and may lie mil! ovcr *'"' J "•••' — tonight. Huey also received 1,1s !„- I ovcr . .-. - .inlianooffii conference. Tn tlie otli- , -. „... wns ft 26 point favorite j over Auburn and Tulane was 14 . Jury in the North Llttlc'Rock M»y Use Reserves Coach Bynum staled this morning thiit he was still undteided about JV* . sorting lineup but Indicated that his reserves may sec considerable service tonight. Due to the heavy schedule which preceded this contest, the reserves hav c seen" n" very e s * w - """ )lc *"' adranln i.' c or-tlic opportunity to give hi, first string a Marti " C W ' r> thc lrlbal rc8 " ar A i flnn '.h '," B may <" FitzhUBh and thlt thc immy Garner Ct lhc 5larU " Montgomery is reported to be very fast and capable of holding her own against male opposition.. Another fealure of thc Bloodhounds Is Mule Malone, seven-foot two-Inch center and former AIM American. Malonc's extra height makes him a big asset to the 'Hounds nnd his excellent footwork despite his unusual length, won him honors on Ihe nation's college all- star team. Three former nil-stale plfcyers from Jonesboro will also play for Ihe Bloodhounds Salurday night They arc: Wlllard Tllley,' Polly Blnck and F.vcrette Bollon. In 1938 Tllley was rated by coaches of nil sections ot the slntc as one of the best forwards In tlie South. "• < was set as the !>>»* in the "Y" date cede ellmlnary games will Flu - Bloodliounds-Manila clash Missouri lo Defend I,cad In lhc Big Nine, Minnesota' vas held nl'13'i ovcr lown and Illinois > 14 ovcr Ohio state, while In the I Big Six Missouri jumped lo a seven «"d one half point favorite ovcr Oklahoma in ils crucial defense of Ihe league lend. Knnsns, unbeaten but tied in big six piny, moves oulslde lhc conference to tackle Oklahoma A. and M. nnd was favored by seven points Duke, slugged by Missouri last week, dropped In favor but held n Hli point edge in the odds over South Carolina. Duke is the only team unbeaten in Southern Conference competition. Elsewhere a-' round (he conference, Wake Forest I m „ . was an eight point choice ovcr 1 „„-,,.,, son *? sh Scho01 Dll »&- Ndrth Carolina State and North °"L.. fr , csh f . rom J h .1 lr I9 *° 6 ''out •••"•"•UMll 140-11 LniLlltl UIKSJ1 with the Promised Land Independents meeting Holland, Mo., In the first at 7 o'clock and Loy Eich and Wnkcflcld Service Station teams clashing In the second at 8 o'clock Harrison High Dragons Play Bin Doolln probably Belting ' the "call"" nt' J»^v-'''-p «.IS,"'5!,SS? " l ^"'" ! Carolina 14, points over ; Maryland. WiHimn nnd Afury Is hau to Washington and-Lee, V. M. I. plnys nt o Elliot left n 'tackle!' -linu, Elliott, lullback. h ltx ' C wns »«" in 1»3B, she wore a pair of s we're »*? *?* y ^ ° M ' Thc were made In Great Britain in s'u.,?' 0 ^ br , 0 " ghl to tllc Ulll Stales aboard lhc Mayflower. -, where SouUrccn Mcthtxlist (inri Arknnsa.s hold ccn- ter-.stage, Texas lias n right on It.? hands wilh Texas Christian to inEintnhi !!.•; hopp.s for nt a share of thc titl c Rice plays Texas A. nnd M, Jn a conference (jninc, Bnylor moves oul^idc to play Till- ol the Jonesboro Eskimocs last week will take o» the Wynne Bulldogs nt Haley Field Saturday night, Kickoff lime Is set for 8 o'clock. In a previous meeting this year the Drafons battled (he Bulldow lo a 7 to 7 deadlock In a gnme' played in Wynne. They will be seeking their second victory o[ the scas- m against lhc tic and one loss. Thc Dycrsburg, Tenn., Negro High School deicitcd them 20 to 0 in Dyersburg week before last. \. . wtisni;iu;iij gue by team rcpresDntatives in a meeting In the "Y" rooms last Games will be played weekly on I ' lu . 15d «V n'B»t!. Teams represented in the loop «re Ark-Mo Power Company, Wakefleld Service Station, Kays Store, Loy E| c h Clievro- let Company, Promised Land and Stanley Keller's Stale Line team Games will be played In lh c Armory on Second street, which has been engaged for Ihe duration ol league Piny. Washing a dog with the contents of a can of tomatoes will rid him ot sKunk ftdprs. Osceola Juniors In 7-7 Tie Tilt With Paragould OSCEOLA, Nov. H._The Osceola Junior Scininoles battled the Paragould Junior High School Bullpups to a 7 to 7 deadlock In a game played In Paragould last night. John Cox drove over tlie Junior Seminolcs' touchdown late In the second quarter with Tommy Spires passing for the extra point. Tlie Bullpups scored their tally in thc third quarter. Fox Is Fight Favorite NEW YORK, Nov. 14. (U.P.)— Dilly FOX. Philadelphia Negro who hns knocked out 40 of his 50 opponents, was a slight favorite for bis 10-ronnd main-event bout at - ,? «^c^ m-iuie lasu i Texas and Rice boll) were In- ' rno Dragons and the Bulldogs vovcd by 13 !i points with Baylor | *'"' be equally matched in every thc choice by six. ] department. Both schools have In- Thn edge Is off the Pacific Const Conference men for a week at least with Southern California, unbeaten experienced squads, this being their year lo participate in football. This will be Ibe Dragons final WHII ^xNiijiern uaiuorma, unueaicn illla ^"' i>e me urngotis nnal within the league, idle. In others. I scheduled home game o[ tlie seas- U.C.L.A. wns favored by 13 over I ;"'. They will meet the Esklmoco Wnshlngto]!, Oregon Slate by eight in a return game in Joncsboro next Check over your tractor now and lef us put i ™« «*• Better Tractor Performance Is Derived From Better Service and Better Ail-Around Care '* What You Get At— week and hnve an open dale the nest week. The Dragons probably will start Hodge and Williams at ends, Campbell nnd Wilson nt tackles. Patton nnd Pollard at guards. Rush at center, Walls and Bynum at halt- backs, Tnylor at tullback nnd Stcw- nrt at quarterback. Available Now! NEW METAL BUILDINGS . To.Solve your. Storage, Warehouse, Farm Problems! NOW , . . Reliable for Immedlale delivery . . . famous STEEL- AFT all-purpose prefabricated metal building! The answer «o a hundred slorage problems . . . adaptable to any farm or ware- se purpose ... In single, or multiple units, any widlh, any cnglii. Erecledi quickly, easily... with windows and doors added as Single or Multiple Units IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! required. Inquire about these and other type* of prc-fabricated steel buildlmts in any sl*r to meet almost any Industrial or farm need . . . ready for immediate ship- nicnlt 1'MONK 183, Osccola, Arkansas, Frank Jordan, for prices auS complete details ... or visit. Road Builders Equipment Co. ZSS E. Calhoun — Memphis Phone »-24« Famous For Taste . . . OUR EXCLUSIVE FOODS- • CHICKEH-BASKET • Fresh Reel foot Crappic • Sizzling Steaks • Crt/cfccn-N-Bosfcct .^ WE NOW ALL BRANDS BOTTLED BEER Away Down South It's- Dixieland Cafe North Highway 61 at Holland, Mo. Phone Sfttlt 17F22 Coaches of SEC Teams Singing Injury Blues FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1947 Nov. H. (UP) — No. l{ «* fiat on his w-ktoi" tomorrow^ ,ll°i mpo °fS ""TTta Tech-Tide' 'claihT BIr- nam. something of an "Arnica hwdlfncr for an ~' u -~ wise unimpressive slat* of Eastern conference battles. Auburn a r row . n^ V° """"en" tomorrow at CoJumbus, Ga r'lh ane '' lane. Chattanooga at Mississippi Boston college at Tennessee »nd ££"££• " lten(Uck " "<>« Mi. m 1 K l Bame plti Vanderbllt and • »r m ." l J«l«onvim. Ha. Not to be outdone by the news of lew, possible law, Georgia Tech got Into the ailing act with £?,n? n 5? UI ! ccment that Fullback Frank Zlegler and End Jack Grlf- mT" 1 b ' <""'"»">• tot Milnlt last we a 1c ' *'""" iBaln - 5t Nav >' . ° d *y- Ti <" Coach Red Drew hustled Norwood Hodges up from the second strln e and moved quarterback Red Nooman Into Tew* spot at Fullback. But Drew doubted inese changes would completely off- «t the lack of Tew, who has netted 407 yards on 72 plunges for n S-6 average this season Fullback casualties at Auburn also forced Coach Carl Voylcs to •shift Bill Waddall, a converted end nto the ailing Don Brause's usual langout. The Bulldogs, meanwhile, were o arrive tn Columbus today for a tmal workout at Memorial stadium. 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