TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 194T BTjYTHEVrLLl (ARK,)' COURIER KETVS PACK ELBTKNf Chicks'Playoff Game Advanced Jim Thorpe, Now a Saloon Greeter, Eyes Return to Sports of His Youth BlythevilU T«om To M«tt LittU Rock In Tigtra' Stadium Blytheville'a Chicks' and th* Little Rock Tijer* will meet in their flnt- round play-off game in Tiger Stadium at Little Rock next Thursday night, according to an announce- atent last night by Coach Firman ^IB" Bynum, director ot Blytheville High School athletics. Both Coach Bynum and Wilson Matthews, head mentor ol the Tigers, had sought to book the game for Friday night In Little Rock but previous arrangements for the use of Tiger Stadium in another game on that night forced the two coaches to elect between Thursday and Saturday night. The game was first scheduled to be played Saturday night, Coach Bynum stated, but was moved up to Thursday night due to both teams facing tough opponents In their Thanksgiving tilt-s next week To Piny In Little Root Tn announcing the time and sll of the contest, Coach Bymim point ed out that he elected to play 111 game in Little Hock because Liltla Rock offtciali flatly refused lo return 'to Blytheville on grounds that they had already played one game here this season. He said thai, it was either play the game in Little Rock or on a neutral field and he chose Little Rock because of the seating capacity of Tiger Stadium. The Chicks, unscathed from their « id battle in Batesville last w&ek, urned to the practice field yes-day to start preparations for the play-off game. Coach Bynum ran his charges through R tough hour- long scrimmage session and tapered off with wind sprints. B. C. Allen and L. W. FHzhugh, a couple'of fiist-slringers who missed practice all" last' week due to injuries received in the North Little Rock game, returned to the practice field yesterday but witnessed light workout* only. Both players are still limping from their leg injuries and Coach Bynum expressed doubt that they would be ready for the Little Bock clash. Papa to PUj Memplilanj Meanwhile, the Papooses began readying • for their game with the South Side Memphis Juniors this week: The Paps spent yesterday afternoon's'-practice session with a. long and hard scrimmage and the same is on the menu for them thl.* afternoon. Bill "Buzzy" Wunderlich, the Paps regular left tackle, was lost to the squad last week due to an appendectomy and will be out for the remainder of the season. Bill Boyd a 160-pound reserve will in all probability get the starting nod at the le!L tackle post this week. Boyri, who is witnessing his first year in football, has seen considerable action at both tackle slots this season and ha» turned In several good performances this season. Vovles Denies Rumors Ot His Dismissal ^MONTGOMERY, Ala., NOV. 18. (UP) _ Auburn Athletic Director Carl voyles, answering reports that his contract WB.S to be "brought up", said yesterday, "I have a two year contract, and expect lo fill it." He said that other than this, he had no comment In connection with reports currently circulating that hp would be replaced st Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Acting President Ralph B. f hon also had nothing to say on the subject. BY HAKMAN W. NICHOLS | (United Pr«M RparU Writer) CHICAGO, Nov. 1«. (UP)—Jim Thorp*, u a barefoot kid, sot bit and strong fSihinj In the streams and stalking game in the fields of nls native Oklahoma. Jim is pushing 60 now. Someday he'd like to return to the sporU that fathered hit career—» career that made him the |T«ttMt athlete who ever lived. As it is now, old Jim la lUrllnj new life—one as a "greater" In West Madison Street saloon. He's the guy who shakes you by th« hand when you walk In to bujr * highball or a martini. It's not distasteful, understand, and old Jim's not beefln'. But, It's not exactly his idea of the most pleasant way to grow old gracefully. "I'm not broke," he said today. "And I won't ever b« broke. It's Just that I want to settle down with something I know how to do—and there doesn't seem to be anything In sports for me." The big Indian, whose stringy mane still in coal black, has little left but memories and a dog-eared scrapbook to show for th* many years he put in as a top-notcher n sport*. Gone ire the hundreds of medals he won u a star In every branch of track and field. The simon- pure* yanked them from hi* trophy case amid urgly cries of professton- llsm. Gone also are most ot the million dollars old Jim earned in pro football, in the movies and u in out- lielder for the Boi-.cn Brave*, the New York Glanta and the Cincinnati Reds. The scrapbook contains samples of the btlrkms of words the writer fellowa put in the papers about hun. He was called—without challenge—the greatest track and field star who ever uulled on spikce. The greatest football player and the first man ever to throw a forward pace. A great baseball player who was a .MO man with th« stick and who played flawlesaly In th* outfield. "I'm not through, he said. "Dont put that down. Another guy and I are planning on starting a hunting and fishing lodge down in Florida on the Indian River. Me u a glad-hander and maybe aa head guide." Indian Jim Thorpe ought to fit in thert all right. Upset Specialist Frnka Foresees Big Tulane Loss ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 18. (UP) — Tulano's receding Green Wave, with only a win over mighty Alabama and a 40 to 0 trouncing of Auburn to its credit this season, just liopea o hold the score down against Notre Danie Saturday. Head coach Henry Pi-nka, an up^set specialist in his own right, ad* milled today that his team had no hopes of upsetting the Fighting Irish in South Bend. The Wave bewail a scries of slren- ous drills in preparation for the game with no serious injuries af- --ter last week's 7 to 7 ties with Flor- tee watched the [ Tech game last Sugar Bowl Committee Withholds Sweet News fahnny Long Steals Show 'n Mat Arena Johnny "Tiger" Long and Tex liley were forced tn come from be hind to win the lag match feature if th« weekly wrestling program at ha American Legion Arena last night defeating Jim Coffield and mnk, Marconi two out of three falls. Long, who was making his «• turn to the Blylhovllle Hug nttcl a four-year absence, was the whole nhow. Despite his alK-feet In heigh and over goo-pounds In weight. II former boxing champion move< around with all the agility of a cat and his trlp-hnmmer like slugging attack brought him out of ninny hole* when it looked like he was through for the night. Coffleld and Marconi took the of tensive early in the match an grabbed off the first fall after 3 minutes of effort. Coffleld eltml naled Long In 20 minutes after i good working over and a body pii Marconi used the same tactics 01 Rlley and eliminated him 10 minute later. Long mid nilcy stniicd their come back In tho second [nil, Hilc-y plnnc Coffleld in live ininules after series of kangaroo kicks mid Ix>n led Sox Swap Seven "Vui Cash tor 2 Start BOSTON, Nor, II (UP)—Short- top Vern Stepheiu end Pitcher Jnck Kramer, hlgheal paid main- toys of the St. Louis Browni, were Soston players today, and the r«- xilldlng Red Sox appeared tn have Rotten nil the bent ot th» biggest baseball deal In six months. In velum for Stephen* mid Kramer, the Red Sox swapped seven players-all second stringers or un- tiled fnrm talent—and a bundle of rush IjpllrviMl to be upwards of »100.000. Dubbed by last season's Brownie Malinger, llnrold (Muddy) Ruel "the Rrt'atcsl tOioitslop I ever i«w,' Stephens wns expected to take ovei llopton'.i Iroiiblesome third busc po slllon under Sox Mnimgcr Joe Mo Car dry. Kinmcr n rifle-armed righthander was toils mi (he St. Louis pltchln staff lust year .with 11 victories an 16 clefents. BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Nov. 18.— (UP)—The Sugar Bowl Committee appeared as guests of the Birmingham Quarterback Club yesterday but refused to give the partisan Crimson Tide followers an inkling ot the New Year's Day teams in Ihe New Orleans classic. Committee President Sam Corenswet and General Manager Fred Digby gave brief talks on the history of the Sugar Bowl and left quickly to catch a train amid howls from the Quarterbackers, "Who's goin& to play in the Sugar Bowl?" Later In his hotel room, Corenswet said Hie two learns had not been selected. He and the commlt- Alabama-Georgia Saturday and it "We'll just try to hold the score was believed that Ihe Invitation down," Frnka said somewhat sadly. »' ou . lrt llave hec » offered Tech If "They're much too good for us." lhe Engineers had won. Meanwhile at Baton Rouge. Louis- However, the twice-defeated Ala- iana State's injury-jinxcd Bengal I ba «na entered the picture with a Tigers prepared for the Alabama game 'Saturday at Tuscaloosa t>y going through a drill yesterday on a windswept field. -:^ ^... ,. T-wliard Y. A. Tittle worked out only lightly with an injured ankle which Coach Bernie Moore aaid he hoped would be well by the lime Saturday rolled around. The Bengals were exercising two substitute fullbacks, Joe Nagata and Ebert Van Buren, and Moore Indicated he may use both against 'Bama. Elsewhere around the circuit, Mis- H-to-l victory over Tech. Investigation Pressed In Fatal Boxing Match NEW YORK, Nov. 18. (UP) Was It a blood tumor that caused the "fixed" rumor in the scandalous Billy f\ix-Jnke LaMotla fight lost Friday night? . That was the first questior •• "icclnled to be answered today as , separate investigations were press.... , ... ... , ed-by (1) the district Rllorney and sisslppi Slate foiind it was without grand JurR Rnd (J , hy , h( , ' 8ute eliminated Marconi nine minutes I ninjnr nter with a series of monkey flips mul a body pin, In the third fall Long dclcnlcd Marconi in four minutes with knag- aroo kicks nntl K body pin and Rtloy defeated Coffleld In three minutes with a crnb hold. In the two one-fall preliminary matches Long downed Coffleld In 12 minutes with flying tackles met body pin and Mnrconl defeated illlcy In 10 minutes in the same mn:i- ncr. Baseball Player Trod* Announced in Boston BOSTON, Nov. IS. (UP)—Short slop vcrnoii D. (Verne) Stephens mid rlglithnndod pitcher John K U:irk( Kiiuner ot (he St. I/nils Hum IK wore traded lo Hip Muslim Ki'd Kox lor six plnyri'K and cusli hi Mir bipei'st player deal siiicv the T hefts from Jonesboro t irm Bared; 5 Arrested JONESBORO, Ark,, Nor. 18 (UP> —Three Jonetboro men, Including one merchant, had be*n released today under bond, following their ar- r,«t yesterday for thefta of stocks of caslte from the Jonesboro Caslte Plant, Harry Brewer, SI, owner of a onesboro auto part* store was placed under »2,000 bond, after being wrested on charge* of receiving stolen foods. Arthur F, Simpson, 33, and Herbert Smith, 2«, were ench under $1,000 bond. The latter two, with Ellis Wilson, 40, of Joncsbnrci, ami Chester L. Hnidln, 37, ot Texniknna, were charged with grand larceny. Police knld the men were charged with grand larceny had diverted portions of ensile shipments which were. OH Hie way from the plant to a railroad yurrt, to Brewer'* store. They said (his practice lind ixvjn going on for almost a year. Ohlckaaurte, Dbtrlet rt Miniasippi County, Arkansas, within thirty daya and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Glenn Wallace Bunch, filed against her In said court, case No. 10,303, and upon her failure so to do, said complaint will be taken aa confessed, Witness my hand u clerk of said court and the seal thereof this S day ol November, 1M7. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk Reid & Hoy, Altj'i. for Plff. Oscnr Kendler, Attl'. »d Lltem. NOTICE Notice 1* hereby given that the undersigned will within the time. Ixcd by Inw npply to tile Commls- loncr of RovcnUM of tho State of Arknnsus for a per mil to sell beer t lolnll nt 816 E. Mnln, Blylhevllle, County of Mississippi. The undersigned states Hint ho is citizen of Arkansas, of good moral •liaraclcr, that he has never been onvlcted of a felony or other crime nvolvlng moral turpitude; that no Icense to sell beer by the undcr- signed bu been reroised • Tears laat peat; and that (he vadec- •Igned baa never baeB eeovMtftl et violating th'j law* at tkfc/atete. er any other state, relating to the Ml* of alcoholic liquor*/ v? - ; . : Bfcabeth attHy " • Subscribed and sworn to betetii- me'this IT day of KONBber, Met. Mrs. Marshall Sleeked (SEAL) • . NataiyMUte. My commluton ekplre* March t. bascbnll season ended, the services of two key players, triple threat Shorty McWIlliams and guard Martin Johnson. Both may miss the Mississippi Southern game this weekend. Georgia Coach Wally Butts ga,v« his charges the day off yesterday but the Bulldogs were to have a double-drill today In preparation lor the Chattanooga game Saturday. Georgia Tech worked lightly on a sunny field in preparation for the Furmfm game. Mississippi relaxed with an open date on the schedule. Athletic commission. Two physicians were slnlcd lo testify today before the Athletic Commission regarding LaMottA's physical condition Friday night when he-wan stopped in the fourth round by brown-skinned Fox of Philadelphia at Madison Square Garden. Loy Eich Cagers To Ploy Semi-Pro Jonesboro Team The Arkansas Bloodhounds, semi-pro basketball team from Jonesboro wll) meet the Loy Elcl quintet of Blytheville iu an exhibition same at the Armory nt 7:30 o'clock tonight. This will be the first contest of the year for the Elchers. winnei of the Blylhevllle City League last year and the third for the Bloodhounds. The Jonesboro Icum wa? defeated by the Manila Independents by a four-point margin at the Armory last , Saturday night ant they lost to the Swaync-Lathnn Independents of Memphis by * 66 to 43 score Suuday. No admission will be charged nt :onlght's game, Stanley Keller, coach of the Blooclmounds' said, tis :he gnme is being plc.ycd in an effort to increase interest in basketball In Blythevllle. II was disclosed yesterday. Fight Investigated NEW YORK, NOV. 18. (UP) — The New York state Boxing Commission yesterday announced that it was withholding the purses of Jake Lamotta and Billy Fox, pend- inu a complete investigation of their bout at Madison Square Garden Isst Friday night. i ij of Iowa Coach May Quit IOWA CITY, la., Nov. 18 (UP) — Dr. Eddie Anderson's job as coach at the University of Iowa was still open today but it remained for him to say whether he wanted to stay. The University Board in Control of Athlets met for four hours lafil night but postponed action on Anderson's resignation which already has been accepted by Dr. Virgil Handier, president of the university. The resignation would take effect July 1, 1948. Protest Referee's Act BLACKBURG, Va.. Nov. 18 (UP1 — The question of whether the referee slapped a Virginia Tech player In the face during a protest over roiiBli play stirred the Southern Conference today. Virginia Tech filed an official protest against Referee Jake Miller, claiming that Miller slnpprd Tech quarterback Floyd Bowles In Saturday's game with Richmond. Sheriff's Claim To Be Audited, Or Left Unpaid GAI'T-'NGY, S. 0.. Nov. IB. (UP) — The Cherokee County commissioners in a thtcc-hour session yesterday voted to pny nny legitimate claims tliat Sheriff flolnnd T. Olnry might Imvc for the past four months,' but only nfter nil audit ol his books. Clary lind claimed lhat the commissioners owed him some $4,000, which he said lie' had paid from hta own pocket and with borrowed money lor the operating excuses of his ofllco since July 1. Yesterony Cherokee County Sen. George W. McKown, who Clnry hnd earlier charged was blocking the payments In an effort to "run mn out of olficc," said that tile ohorifl had charged Ihc county for arrests and for mileage in connection with arrests actually made by the Sta'.c Highway Patrol He /mid he did not believe nil ol Clary's claims were legal, mid charged Hint there was overlapping In records of the Stale Patrol, the sheriff's office and the rurnl police. Cherokee County pays Us Sheriff *2 for each nrrest uinde. McKown advocated a .straight salary bnsls for the sheriff hereafter. Olary could not be reached immediately for a .comment after the commissioners ciulcd (heir incclini;. Last week, he had rcfeused nny suggestion of an audll .telling t>j commissioners either;to*-»pprove or reject his claims. f / •A miniature camera for detectives, built lo resemble a metal nnlchbox, has been Invented. WAKNIN flOKDKK In.the Chancery G'uurl, Chlckasaw- na Dl«trlct, Mlsalsslmil County, Arkansas. Robert M. Hennlnga Plnntlff vs. No. 10,394 Rosa Lee llfnniiiKS Defendant. The ilofriiiiiiut Hosn Ix-c HciuiliiKs Is hen'by warned to ainu'iir within thirty days in the court mimed In Ihe caption hereof and iinswor Ihc complaint at the plaintiff Robert M. HcniiliiRs. Dated this 31th day of October, 19-17. HARVEY MORRIS Clerk By Dorothy Conley, deputy Ed B. Cook,. Attorney for Planllii. I0:2fl-ir4-n-i8 WARNING OHlHiR The defendant, Patlye Maria Hunch, Is hereby warned lo appear in the Chancery Court for the FAILS f Check or»r your rraotor now and let ui put it In running order, Let us put your name on our Advance Seiriet Schedule.. > Better Tractor Performance Is Derived From Better Service and Better Ail-Around Care That's What You G*r At— INTERNATIONAL HARVESTE 3/t SOUTH 2»P ST. PHONE863 U.S. Munitions Makers Assailed by Wallace in Addressing Negro Pupils NEW ORLAENS, Nov. 18. (UP)-Henry A. 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Wednesday &• Thursday 'Woman on the Btach" wllh Joan Bennett, Robert Kyan and C'lmrlc.i Kickford News and Short O|ieni at li:30 p.m.) BUrta 1:00 p.m. TONIGHT "I Cov«r Big Town" Phillip Hr-rd and •: Hillary Brooke Serial! "Th« Seahounri" ' '" Also Shorts Wednesday A Thursday "THE MAN I LOVE" with Id* I.uplno and Robert Alila Fox Muvlelone News Also Short Subject* BLYTHEVILLt'S ONL\ ALL WHITE THEATRE' Weekdays Box Office Opens 8: in p.m. Show SUrti 1:M p.m. Saturday and Sunday Bii Office Open* 12l«S p.m. Show Btarta 1:*0 p.m. ' . "Where Happiness Cnsta 80 Llttl>" i TONIGHT ' "DOLL FACi!'? "^ wllh •' Vivian BUInr -and Dennis O'Ketfl Alvn Selected. Short* WednesrlHy & Thursday SITCIAM 8PECIALI BnOIAU SeiuallnnAl Medical ReTelatieai "Let There Be Light" —In Person on th* ~ 7 FfoWjtitl R i Stage i., . .2L.\J |M p-m. ; s.| i* p.m. *:| Girls only , Men and- Blfh School Boyi only Seeing This Picture la a'Must 'The Urcalest Picture Ever Filmed" , Seleoted Sborta • ieckBros.£ee. 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