The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 15, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IB? 1947 BlyHitville Grid men Slosh Their Way to Six Touchdowns Bj GKOKOK CLARK (Courier Newt Spcrii Editor) BATESVILLE, Ark., Nov. 15.— Splsshliw and sloshing their way over i field of ankle-deep red clay rnire, the Blythevllle High School Chlckasaws rolled to a 38 to 0 victory over the Balesvlllp Pioneers before > crowd of some 1000 rmirl- splattered spectators At Daffm Field here last night. Drenched by four days of rainfall and churned well by several pre-iame practice sessions, the Dat- fln Field sridlron was In fine shape -Vfor * mud bath, that is—and It resembled a well wallowed hog pen that had been visited by a While River flood. The field was so muddy Mint after the third play of the game It 'was almost impossible to determine one player from another, ' But the Chicks took to the mud like the Arkansas Razoruacks and they rooted their way through thn n. MeFarlan* Make* L.nj Rvnn On the very first play McParland raced around left end for 73 yards and another touchdown but the play was called back and Blythe- vllle was assessed a five-yard penalty for illegal motion. Traylor tried the other side of the line and stepped oft the 78 yards for the Chicks' fourth tally. Elliott scored his touchdown In the closing seconds of the period on a 28-yard sweep after HiiRy had set the stage for the tnlly with a 12- yard return of a Balesvillc punt. Huey fumbled on th$ extra imtnt Four Major Unbeaten Teams Clash With Explosive Rivals Chicks Win 38-0 Over Batesville Game is Played By Reserves in Ankle-Deep Mud By JOHN (iRIFFIN (United PreM Sport. Writer) NEW YORK, Nov. 15. (UP)—At least four of the nation's teven major undefeated and untied collegiate football teams appeared in for lough scraps today as they put their unsullied records on the line against explosive rivals. Georgia Tech, Penn, Pcnu Stale, try and the Chicks held « 32 to 0 alld M| chlgan were going up ajjulnst top-notch opposition, while (lie oth- , er three first-line unblemlsh teams —Notre Dame, Southern Methodist, lead at rulfllme. Charles Owens, a substitute right halfback, scored his first touchdown of his career In the fourth period alltl u '»l>—faced weaker teams. The when lie planned over from the Pio-* ala lj e was set for upsets that could ncers' four-yard stripe. ' ' Owens. plunge climaxed the Chicks' only sustained drive that moved Ihc ball from the IBatrsvltyn 28. Traylor and Simon Joined forces to pick up a first down on the six and Owens took over from there. Traylor plowed over guard for the U.S. Strengthens A-Bomb Controls Exporting of Items Which Might Assist Enemy is Prohibited By JOHN I,. MYI.KIt rank as the biggest of the year. | (UnU ^ {. rem staff Corn True, thc way for upsets was not paved last night as the three lead- Seminoles Lose 26-0 to Helena ing games on the Friday program sow favored Vtllanova, Vanderbilt, and College of the Pacific win as expected. The twin prides of the Keystone extra point but an official ruled [Slate, Penn nnd Pcnn Slalc.'today that a Blylhevillc man was off-side ' arc meeting their toughest tesU of and nullified the play. ] the scnson so far in Army and Navy, The Chirks were supreme In ev- ! respectively. The Cadets have lost WASHINGTON, Nov. 15. [UP) — The Atomic Energy Commission today clamped absolute controls over export of anything, from rny counters to vacuum pumps', which might help another country produce or learn to produce nuclear Visiting Gridmen Hold Big Weight Advantage in Osceola OSCEOLA. Nov. 15. _ P.nced by their six-foot two-inch 210-pound flankmnn Frank Fischcl, the Helena-West Helena Indian* bowled over the Osceola High School Se- mlnolc.s 26 lo 0 In a steady downpour at Hale field here last night. Out-numbered but fighting H n the way the Scmlnoles battled gallantly against Co-Id fnrollt in Course For Football Coachts ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UP)—Miss she enrolld in Wally Weber's class the University of Michigan when she enroled In Wally Weber's class I on fundamentals for prospective] football coaches. Miss Bussey, who weighs about 100 pounds, said she does not plan , to play or coach football. She [ merely wants to become a spoils writer and aspires to qualify for reiwrling. Football knowledge isn't her only aim In the sports field. The younj co-ed took a course on fundamentals of baseball !»st spring and during the coming winter semester plans to take a course In basketball. ' RADIO REPAIR I'AND 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OR MODEL. RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALL1HAN Electrical Appliance Co. Authnrlwd Motorola KadU Sales and Serrloe 1*C Kooih First SI. ery department. Both the first and', two games to dale nmi the Middles gomnJ Ve theT < hi nUm"". T , second strlnir lini-mm out imcr. five, hut l>nth sprvlr,. .rhnnu «,»„. *>°,V cr <'»K l "« shipment abroad of second string linemen cut huge I five, hut both service schools were holes In the Pioneers' forward wall. 'only one-touchdown underdogs and enabling the backs to break through I geared for surprises, for long gains, and they broke Georgia Tech Is a one-point un- through the Pioneers' defense to | derriog, despite its blameless record. completely bottle np their ground ; In its meeting with Alabama in the nttack. I top game ol the day In the South. mire to six ouchdlw, " anrt tw ! Bvcly lncmbcr of both llnes I""''" 1 1 M """S»». •'»'«P'"K K>wnrd s «><> Big ra Mints.with he^rrseiTe, ,,| nv i« ood ofTc '' s "« »'«' defensive fool-1 Nina championship and the Rose . wi wrtor of the *ame' y "' b "». b »t 'hey were » mud-splat-! Bowl, was a 1311 point favorite lo r^v. «!,.,. rlrii !lered " *"« difficult to tell who ».'!>). the clinching game from Wis- 11 took the Chick only f^ur pln 5 , ! "'I" 1 "- 1 :..... I ™1«L b " 1 »» ««»«?">* «« l»w- scientific equipment of any kind for any facilities or industrial or the production of uranium-235 Plutonium, or any other "fissionable material." Thc regulation was sweeping and all Inclusive. It meant that this country was tighttning already strong safeguards over Its industrial atomic "know-how" which, apart from the scientific principles Involved, Is Its No. 1 atomic "secret." Ru*afan Claim* Doubted • pnnclent) |a, U | y against ,. hc , r Y,cnvlei ponerrs mil Ihc Indians' excess weight , kept thc Tribe throttled ° cr K amc » played by South In every quarter. ) Mississippi County trams ilie Ar- The Indians pushed across- score, p"f,' ' T>s ~'f B . ubdued <»<= Uixpra • acmes Panthers 7 to Q in a home-coming clash in Armorcl yesterday, and the Shawnce Indians bowled over Hoxie 36 to 0 in Hoxio. And following unusua: move, thr Wilson-Marion contest scheduled for last night was postponed until Monday night on account, of rain. In the second, third anrt fourth periods nnd added two of the three extra points. All of the points were scored on ground plays' due i rt ,. ..~... ..vuiwii vyn Kjuujiu iiii The commission Issued a rcgula- to thc Inclement wrather lion, effective next Thursday, pr<- " mulgating license requlremenU which ! plays after the opening kickoft and i'" '""M™^™^ ^ °h n £e C^V^r^^T i "™ "™ * *'-'"" "'"' on', Heved » Ba.^v, / n, , CV .,'„'"? it i Completed for 10 yards. All In all trleved a Batesville punt. Jack El- [ (t . liott plowed'over on a quarterback was a good ball game, despite sneak to add thc first extra point but \the tr>- for thc second failed, 55 Ktvlng the Chicks a 13 to 0 lead at the end of the first period. \ , the mud and the seven penalties lhe Chlcks whlch C05t thcm Shortly after these two touch- SUrtlnr l.lneupi Blylhcvllle Pos. Batesville la Flllntt downs, COach Nig Bynum -started | K ' ( his flow of substitutes which con- i aHrner tinued.throughout the remainder of'«„.<.,. "" the game. He kept his regulars on i S^rVv ""' the bench for the greater part ofi B , r .^ '"•" the game, evidently saving thcirt ! r»,,tr v for next week's plny-off contest and ' i pj i.ft"" he used every man that he hadiTrnvinr dressed out except R. c. Allen and M rF»rl»nH'' L. W. Fltzhugh. who were Injured. Isimon ^ n = . However, members of the first-.trIng-!. S 'q,^ m -™; ;•— Burden buckfleld returned lo the came for Summary-Substitutions: B1 VH>«- «hort Intervals in order lo give the ^"«- Lum - »"«'• »«>»n. Smith, reserve, a litlle rest from Ihe tiring -° n .""~- Besll »™. Owens, Hood, mud. .The Chicks scored three more times in the second period, twice L.E. L.T. L.G. . C. . R.G. R.T. R.E. Q. B. H.B. H.B. F.B Dozlcr Cox western. In the Southeastern Conference, Louisiana State moved against Mississippi State In the supporting card to the Georgia Tech-Alabama tussle. Mississippi moved out of the conference to play Chattanooga. while Georgin clashed with Auburn, and Tulnne with Florida. Minnesota Over Iowa Other Big Nine games found Minnesota a heavy favorite over Iowa Houston nnd Illinois similarly selected against Ohio State. Missouri, defending Its Big Six lead, was favored over Oklahoma, while Kansas, unbeaten but lied in Ihc circuit, moved outside to play Oklahoma A. and M. Duke, only team unbeaten in Southern Conference play, went up against South Carolina, while In the same league Wake Forest was . ll 'e choice over North Carolina Burk, Xenos. Caldwell, Ourlcy. Gos- ' Stale, and North Carolina over Ma- .... Hanks ... . L Moore ...' Clouse . Redding Dodd .... Evans ... Adams Bearden . , . - setl. Murphy, nnrt Lntz. Ba'tcsville —Cullum, Ramay. Downs and Mc- «ta*r^V5:SldT,™io" d ?T Prtde , n - , Scoring touchdowns- -Wj the third on a 28-yard trek by ouar Mc F» r1flnd 2 ' Traylor 2. J. Elllolt, Cllacli terlwck Jack Elliott ' anti ° WCIW - Exlra P°'»'*-J. Elliott T «l>. •*"«••» *-»tiiun.. : unrl Ct»« n «. r>*r._i_i_ »* _.. ,. . T.-»v - ryland. Other clashes In the Southern loop were William and Mary touchdowns— —Washington anrt Lee, V. M. I."el, anrt Richmond-Virginia The first came about midwa (he period after Batesville 'had nnd Simon. Officials—Proctor (Ark.. Texas, fighting to stay In the 01 College) referee; Massey I South- : Southwest Conference battle. mcet.s punted to. the Chicks 30 yard line Donald Huey and McParland. aided by an extra slide or two, picked up a first down on the 49 yard line and on the next pay Traylor cut inside his own right tackle and behind good blocking, raced all the way to score. Mose Simon plowed over guard for the extra point. . Elliott kicked lo Batesville on the 20-yard line; with left end Tommy porter, theimly Pioneer who was sole to dp much against the Chicks returning .to the 45. In three plays' the Pioneers were able to gain only four yards through the hard- charging Blytheville, line and Do- »er punted to Traylor on the Chicks' , western) umpire; Bnxlle (Murray • Texns Christian. Baylor went out^ c against Tulsa. Southern California, unbeaten in the Pacific Coast Conference, is idle Statel headllnesman. and Williams 1 IVamlerbiltj field judge. ------ ....... - , e Georgia Tech to Tanale ilhls wcck while 'fugue games in- grounded any possible air attack. Quarterback nobby Dean Reid was thc bis gun of the Seminolcs' only two bis thrusts. Reid gathered thc kickoff opening the third period in his arms on thc Osceola 20 and raced 50 yards before, being checked nnd In thc fourth I quarter he nipped a Helena scor- , Ing threat with a pass Interception on Ihc Seminolcs 45 and relumed 20 yards doivnflclri. Armorcl Defeats I.uxora Five other football teams from South Mississippi County saw action yesterday and last night Conch James R Bolton's Kelser Ycllowjackets dropped a hard- chlnery and engineering equipment of the kind used In the commission's Oak Rlrtge (Tcnn.) uranium and Hanford (Wash.) plulonlum plants. It also covered such Instruments of laboratory research In nuclear physics, as "cyclotrons or other particle accelerators." The oi-der appeared particularly significant in view of recent Russian hints that the USSR has produced or may be on the verge of 1 producing the atomic bomb. But » I commission spokesman said th« ' timing of the new regulation had nothing to do with th e Russian reports. Order rlannm Weeks Ago He pointed out that the commission announced in October that it was preparing a new export license regulation. That was weeks before Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov's recent a.sscrtlon that the atomic bomb secret had "ceased to exist." i The most recent Russian rumor, disbelieved here, was a Paris- H- Prague-via-Moscow rciwrt tiiat the Soviets had exploded a. 13.2 pound experimental atomic bomb In Si- BLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY ALL WHITE RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. * NEW ^ and Used Electric MOTORS Suited lo any use. Come in 1/30 (o l!/2 horse power si/.es. Supply h Not Unlimited Medlin & Lane ELECTRIC COMPANY 12!) S. First I'li-me 2180 FOR SALE 4-m. ' Concrete Sewer TiU Concrete Culvert Tilt Size 10 in., 36 in. A. H. WEBB Hwy. «1 at State Line Phone BlflherlUc 114 FREE ESTIMATES ON • PAPERHANGING • PAINTING Interior or Exterior Painting Phone 3885 Russell Price TONIGHT "Demon for Trouble" with Bob Sirtlr Cartoon and Chapter in "1'urple Monster Strikes" Saturday Owl Show "DILLINGER" with Lawrence Tiernej- MALONE Plaster BLYTHEVILLE'S FINEST TONIGHT "My Pal Trigger" Roy SaUirday Owl Show Starts at 11:00 p.m. "HOUSE OF HORRORS Carloim & ".luni; BIRMINGHAM. Ala. export . Nov. l.V, Oregon-Stanford. Big ScvcTriarnVs i ^"^v^een"^^^^'the -Georg,a Tech's unbeaten ! listed Wyoming-Colorado. Denver- j n™Ier!a"s iiSeS "r^a^order »nn "SMOKY" Fred MacMurray, Anne Baxter Cartoon nnd News S£fOX£ THE POHfg FAILS/ or»r your tractor novr «nd let us put it in - oriw. L«t u. put youinam. oa our Adyanc. S.rrio« SCMduM. Better Iractor Performance Is Derived From Better Service and Better Ail-Around Care That's What You Get At— PHONE863 equipment prevailed by a 14-12 count. Vanrterbllt had no trouble subdu- States " mg Miami. 33 to 7, In Miami's Orange Bowl, while College of the Pacific went on » scoring rampage in beating South Dakota, 52 to "o, and Arkansas Tech downed Hcn- dcrjon State Teachers. 28 to 6. cqu within the United C. L. Blaylock Kills 10-Point Buck in Ozarks C. U Blaylock of the sandy community became the North Mississippi county Ridge fourth deer hunter to report R kill. Mr Blaylock returned home yesterday with a 10-point buck that he bagged while hunting in stone County Wednesday, other members of Mr. Blaylock's hunting party included Clifton Eubanks Ernest Byrd. and Clayton Holder This was the only deer killed by Ohio Provides $750 For Davey Portrait COLUBUS. O. (UP)— More than eight years alter he left office, an oficlal state portrait of former Gov. Martin L,. Davey is to be painted ami hung In the state house. The incumbent governor, Thomas J. Herbert, a Republican, has approved an order releasing $750 from the executive department's funds to pay an artist for painting the picture. Gov. Davey. a Democrat, died year. He had refused to have a poftralt painted of himself, after he left office, contending that $500 appropriated by the state legislature for the purpose was tnade quate. Texas, largest state in the Union ranks sixth !•• population. Army tests show that air-filled mattresses prevent contact with the snow-covered or frozen ground better than other materials. New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Bon Opens Week Days 7:M pro Matinee Saturday Jk Sunday Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing Stucco Phone 2029 FOR ELECTRIC WORK *Call 2397* — FOR— • Bob Powell • T. W. Hop' Neil We specialize ' in house wiring, farm wiring, motor repair and appliance installation. BOB'S Electric 500 N. Fifth St. Rlytheville, Ark. with Rogers anrt Dale Kvans CARTOON anrt 3 Stongr.s Comcrty 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 TONIGHT "SON OF RUSTY" wllh Ted Donaldson and Stephen Dunne Selected Shorls Saturday Owl Show "LOST RANCH" with Tim McCoy Sunday ancf Monday "The HUCKSTERS" with Clark Gable, Deborah Kerr Opens at 6:30 p.m.; Starts 7:00 p.m. TONIGHT "HOPPY'S HOLIDAY" wllh William Boyd as llopiloiic Caasldy atso Andy Clyde Serial "The Srarlel Horseman" Also Shorts Saturday Midnite Show "WOLF CALL" Famoa.1 Story by .lack London Shorls Sunday and Monday "CLOAK and DAGGER" Gary Cooper, I,Mi Palmer Paramount News & Shnrl* IELLOWSTDNE - S^ n-- BOTTUD IN BOND H'j KENTUCKY It's • STRAIGHT BOURBON It's GREAT! inn /Von/ Soirr .\fnsli ' AT YOUR PACKAGE STORE Also RlaoV- T.abcl—!>0 1'rotif Barrett Hamiltoft, Inc. Dislrihntor, l.itlle Kork. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! KeeerTtd Se*ti on t-ale at the Legion Arena from 6 p. m. Every Monday ADULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15< Mondoy, Nov. 16th (Taj Included) _ • _ BOX SEATS 15c KXTRA TAG MATCH versus FRANK MARCONI And JIM COFFIELD ALSO TWO 1-FALL, 30-MINUTE MATCHES Tiger Long vs. Jim Coffield Frank Marconi vs. Tex Rilcy 2611 — 2611 — 2611 — 2611 IF YOU WANT THE BEST IN A FIRST LINE TIRE . .. GET THE NEW "HOOD 400" ^ • Washing cs • Lubrication • Road Service • Esso Products Also Goodyear and Firestone Tires | WE CLOSE SUNDAYS 201 West Ash Street Did You Say Service? Service Is more than a word repeated, here at NU-WA. Service to us means fine CLEANING AND LAUNDRY picked up and delivered nt your doorstep. Service Ivje, 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! 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