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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER «, 1MT BLYTH15VTLLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEW* PACT [igers to Tangle fith Pine Bluff Gamt, However, Has No Bearing on Selection Of District Winners (By United rreee) | Attention of football fans focused Pine Bluff today u the Little Tigers prepared to place their tten record on the line In an ,11 game with the Pine Bluff •ebras at 2 p.m. this afternoon. The lipltal city boys wem highly fa ed but an upset was considered slbte, [Meanwhile in Little Rock ofn als of District 5 of the Arkansa |thletlc Association were meeting t hoose between Little Rock am forth Little Rock as the 5AA chum lion. The two teams have idenli records and the top. eleven wl ! chosen on data of games agalns oinmon foes. The losing team prob Italy will be Invited to take place I pate play-offs as two teams are ye be selected. | The North Little Rock boys los ', bit of their prestige last night b kianaglng to squeeze out a 14 to rin over Fort Smith on a murtd leld. Neither team could hold th O/e Miss Has 1 ha nee to Take SEC Top Spot ATLANTA, O*,, Nov. IS OJP> — Mississippi, playing a non-confer- nce br«iii*r sgtlnct Chattanooga t Oxford,-today had a chance to llde upward Into the top apot In he Southeastern loop. It all depended on wh»t happen- d to Georgia Tech and iflulisippl State, currently the only teanu remaining undefeated In conference play. Ol« Miss sported a five and on* record In SEC competition and to- day'i tilt with ouUlde-thc-leigue Chattanooga wouldn't change It one percentage point. But crippled tech 13-0 in the conference) and Mississippi State (2-0) could be in much worse shape by the end of the day. Mississippi State was in sorrn- whit the same chape, «.-, the Maroons met Louisiana State in Baton Rouge, Slate has lost only one game all season, to Michigan State, while LSU holds a mediocre record in the conference. The only other strictly conference game had Florida and Tulane knocking heads at New Orleans. Tulane was a H-point pre-game |-et ball and recovered fumbles set I favorite, but the Florida Gators f p two of the touchdowns. . have shoved impro»emeot in near- Meanwhile at El Dorado, the Oil ly every game this wason and had pity boys rolled over Texarknna. 14 an outside chance lor an upset. 2, to cinch the title in District Kentucky and Tennessee were oth meeting non-conference foes 3en. Bob Neyland's Vole laced ough one In Boston College a Knoxville, while Kentucky was Shoring the Spotlight Some in Europe Expecting War Within 4 Months WASHINOTON, Nov. IS. (UP> — Rep. Everett M. Dlrksen, H., Ill, K&lil twlny tl>o "betting Ktxmrri" Is that till' United Stntfs mid Rubsln will b« at war In four months. Dhksen is cliaUinnu of * Specl-it Joint Armed Scrvlces-Apnroprln- tlons Committee which surveyed condltlonfl'Jn European views on the Imminence of war «s reported by Dirksen contrasted sliavply \vltli the opinion oj key U. S. Military lenders. Both Gen, Dwlglit D. Eisenhower, army chief of staff, and Adm. Chester \V. NiinllE, chief of naval Optra- lions, siild WedncBdiiy Umt they saw no likelihood of war In the near future. from the Bronx, There wu no queetlon of Fox'* victory and th* dynamite whloh the Philadelphia Negro packed hi his fists. But early In the week thevo were whispers that the "(H" was on. Then late yesterday, lifter the odds had been 8 to 6 and pick 'em, th« belting chnnfcd and Fox became an 11 lo 6 favorKc. Ttiree liouu before rln« time the odds on Fox soared to 3 to 1 and bookies refused to accept nny mure Fox money, nlthuiigh they took wagers on LuMoUn, AA. Other scores included: Hot Springs 19, RusselKille 6. Subiaco 19, Jonesboro 0. De Queen 24. Hope M. Mteieville 38, Batesvllle 0. KlHiville 40, Arkadelphia 7. Cotton Plant 0, Carlisle 0. Stuttgart 7, Marlanna 8. Forrest City 20, Wynne 8. Paragould 62, Coining 0. leading into an easier time agalns Evansville at Lexington. The other southeastern loop elev 'n, Vanderbilt, hung up a non-con erence victory last night at Miain whipping the Hurricanes in a. S3 to 7 runaway. ieroney Books lohnny Long for r restling Event , Johnny "Tiger" Long, an old Ja- orite of Blythevllle wrestling ans, will return to the mat ring Monday night after several cara absence. Long, who at one time held he light heavyweight boxing title Florida, last appeared here a- out four years ago in a lag fea- j-e with Joe Welch. He will team with Tex Riley In the Monday night's tag feature against Fran! Marconi and Jim coffield- The Long-Rlley duo Is expected o be a smooth combination as oth men use similar tactics In the wrestling. business. This will be heir first appearance, here as' « earn. Both Coffield and Marconi are •veterans of the mat business and Iboth are virtually newcomers to the local ring. Both men have ob- Itained quite-a reputation in "bad Ibpy" roles arid are firm believers •in the art of pugilism ns the main Illne of defense. In the two one-fall preliminary • matches which will precede the •main, event. Long will tangle with lc»3f<!ld and Rlley will swap grips Marconi. Hank Greenberf, outfielder and first baseman twice selected as American League's most valuable player and recently declared a free agent by the Pittsburgh Pirates, beams wilh his wife. Caral, after she piloled My Bill to victory in Ihe class D Open llunleis event in the National Horse Show in Madison Square Garden. Arkansas' Deer Hunters Assist Commission In Study of Habits Crippled Camp Caretaker Gets His Buck While Hunters Fail to Score ;• CONWAY. Ark., Nov. 15 (UP)'— A crippled trigger finger and a job as care-taker failed to keep Victor Wagner from getting his buck. In fact, the Conway resident turned-up with the only deer procured by his party of 11 Conway and Little Rock—hunters. • Wagner volunteered for the care taker's job after injuring hLs hand and the other hunters scattered around the Saline County camp. After they lelt he picked up his gun and strolled around camp! Within 2OO yards ol the tents, and despite his crippled hand, he killed liis H-point buck. 57-Game Undefeated String Brought to End LITTLE ROOK, Ark., Nov. 17 (UP) ^-Many Arkansas hunters collect deer antlers but the Arkansas Game and Pish Commission has turned up with a different, hobby—collecting deer slomachs. No. the state game agency is not interested in making trophies of the deers' digestive systems. It is however, inteie.stcd in the volume and type o( food being ealen In certain areas. And so the commission, during this first period of the deer season, hns been asking hunters bringing deer to the Sylamore district weighing station to hand over the animal's slomlch. .Information gained in the studi will be checked against thst. collected hi recent "control area" studies. The current study \s being made In conjunction with the U. S. Forestry service and the 'university of Arkansas. David Donaldson of Paragould is supervising the commission's • section of the project, and Odell Julander Ls in charge for the University. Previous studies show that' tho deer are particularly tond of red and while cedar, sassafrass, dog- weed, white oak; hickory, grapes, greenbriiir, bark, berries, buds-and succulent leaves. The only food the deer gets by methods -other than Now, commission officials explain, information regarding these animals Is very valuable since It gives evidence of deer migrations. And. together, with (he food information, this may help answer the question: What makes deer move nnd what makes certain areas more sliUblc lor the wily animals?" From 1942 until 1!M5 the game and fish commission purchased all ol ils deer from rnrms in upper Wisconsin. They are all Virginia White Tails. However, during the past three years. Arkansas deer re- lugcji have made outside purchases unnecessary. And. says Commission Secretary T. A. McAmis, "I don't think v.'e will ever again have to depend on outside purchases to maintain our deer population." Bees Make Whoopee But Little Honey MvALLEN, Tex. (UP) —Deo keepers of the l.ciwer Rio Grande Valley in Texas are (need with a problem. Their bees, instead of keeping their minds 011 honey-making,' are sipping too frequently on fermented dates and raising merry hnllc- lujnli The Iroiiblo str,rls \viuui 11 bird l>ec'ks a dnle, puncturing Ihe skin. The date ferments »nd the bees knock oil woik for a few quick ones. Then they fall lo the ground in a drunken dnze. Often Ihey don't get back lo Ihe hive lit night, but tspend the nlphl undcrnealh the tree In an Intoxicated orgy. K»r K-A-S-T Low-Cost PACKAGE DKUVKKY You Mutt Chrck-Vp GUSH MAN PACKAGE KAR City Radio -Servkc- Dial 2407 For Eipert sUpain 114 East Main It Felix A. Carney \Jet Fighter Falls in Gulf ELGIN FIELD. Fla., Nov. IS. I (UP) — Capt. George H. Parker, lot Tucson, Ariz., was listed as Imlssing here today when his plane I crashed into th e Gulf of Mexico. Army authorities said he had I been on a routine flight in a IP-80 jet fighter plane. Parker's wife lives at Niceville, I Fla. MONTGOMERY. Ala., Nov. 15. (UP) — The Tallassee.' Ala. High School football team's 57-eame undefeated string — longest on record '—' was at air'ehd today Sidney Lanier High School of Montgomery whipped Tallasse* here last night, 21 to 7. The Tallassee grldders, Coached by J. B. (Hot) O'Brien, hadn't lost a game since Oct. 14, 1841. Until _last' night, their, record had been marred only by a v scoreless tie In 1844. Reports ot Fix Follow Fox's TKO Over LaMotta NEW YORK, Nov. IS. (UP)— The technical knockout which Billy Fox scored over Jnke LivMotta lust night left u lot of raised eyebrows In the boxing Industry today. Widespread reports of u fix, which received otnctnl recognition, robbed, for the lime liclni! nt leasl, Ihe glory which nnturnlly would have gone lo Fox for becoming the first taxor ever to knock out the lough bottler EquttobU LlfcbMurmac* fleirfelj of United StmUe 8ee GUY TREECE JOE ALEXANDER, Jr. US W. A«b M. UaUsi U -Tfcta fc FrMar* I'M pja. zj : ' Q DOWN r»w<r?fl with 4 h.p. engine; 2 Speeds forward, 1 Reverse 3 Wheel Brnkcs Ideal for; £ CONCKHS1ONKKS 0 KAKMKRS £ GKOCURY STORKS C) HAKDWAHK STORKS *) DRUG STORKS *J«e it lo<iay at, tlio Hlylliovlllc Machine Blion. 1'rlcod nt S30J.OO: tul.67 delivers; Imlnnce In monthly nnymtnte. 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' gins revealed that Morris will Join _ Articles of incorporation : Arkansas police investigators H. R I have been filed with Secretary of • Peterson and Max Tackctt in as- I state C. G. Hall by Cobvvood, Inc., i slsting Texas officers in the man $250,000 firm which will utilize! hunt for Wellborn's killer. I wood wasters In the production of I wall board and paneling. firm will be established in I H«9. Ark. Its officers: Guy Bayse ol^fcpe, president; W. E. White of Hope and Roy Anthony of Hot LONDON (UP)—Soviet scientist Springs, vice president; and J.: after long research have succeeds | Walter Cobb, Jr., of Memphis, se- in converting quicksand into solii foundations for buildings or browsing is acorns, picked from the ground in the Fall! The control are^. experiment attempted to determine what the deer ste by studying the area. before and alter'deer browsed it. Jh or'dei to do tiiis, four areas actually hud to be established. The first wooded •ett was marked, but was left open i man'and all animals. A second rea was fenced In and closed to ian and all animals. A third area us fenced to permit deer to enter ut so as to keep out hogs and cat- e. And finally, a last section was onstructed in order to permit deer nd cattle and hogs to wander about. By a later comparison ol the areas he signs of maji. cattle, and hot(S ould be distinguished from bhose f deer and a. fairly accurate analy- Is oould be made. . The commission has also been asking hunters for other ; deer in- Soviet Scientists Turn Quicksand Into Stone cretary. | Bus Demolished But AH \ Passengers Escape Injury BENTON. Art:., Nov. 15. (UP) — pre venting its formation under exist In buildings. Radio Moscow reports. The method consists of Intro ducing under pressure two solu tlons—the so-called "liquid glass and calcium chloride—into th Seven passengers and the driver -sand. The first, the radio repor escaped Injury last night when a' said, displaces water from the san Missouri Pacific Lines bus crashed i and envelops the sand grains, an into a tree near Benton. ; the second, reacting with the llQUi The eight persons were in front i glass, forms a hard compoun of the bus when It skidded off t which solidifies the ground, tlic road attempting to pass a Within ten days the quicksand car. The rear of the bus fish- converted into artificial sandstone tailed inlo the tree and the bus' hardly distinguishable from the na- was considered a total loss. tural variety. ormatiori. First, the man with the ;un is asked to describe.-Ihe loca- ion of the kill; who killed the animal; the size and the number of »inU. The latter information can >e used In age : and 'growth studies. The game body is also Interested in unusual speclmins—or ''any evfde'nce -1,852, to be ex- Semi-Pro Cage League Planned By Sportsmen TUPELO, Miss.. Nov. 15—A proposal to organize a Trl-State Semi- Pro Basketball League lor tlie.com- in 'season was advanced here dUr- ing.the week end by Roger Bryanl, coach and manager of tne Mid- South champion Tupelo Legionnaires last year. 'According to his plan, the league would be made up ol six teiuns— ' two/.from Mississippi, Tupelo and Blylheville and Jonesboro, and "the two leiiciing Independent teams in Memphis." Each learn would visit e»ch of the other tennis twice riming the season, thereby giving cnch team 20 games—10 lit 'h6nie' and 10 on the road. These games, for the most part, would be played on weekends. Bryant proposed a four-man board of commissioners sonsisting of Binnictt Manm, of The Commercial Appeal sports staff; Carl Walters', managing editor and sports writer for the Tupelo Dally Jounr- al; .George Clark, sports editor o the Blyllievllle Courier News, nnc Eugene Smith, sports editor of Hit of disease. 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