The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 19, 1947 · Page 13
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 19, 1947
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1J147 BLYTHEVILLK (AKK.) COURIKR NEWS Crisler Chosen 'Coach of Week r Rose Bowl Team Pilot Worries Over Btating Ohio State Saturday By CARL LUNDQUIST Hulled Press Sports Writer) NEW YOEK, NOV..1D. CUP) — Everything is set for the ride to rd>he Rose Bowl except buying lh« Vuain tickets and he's worried about beating a punclilcss second division football team on Saturday. But that's tne way it Is with the United Press coach -of the Week, Herbert Orrln (Fritz) Cris- !cr of the mighty Michigan Wolverines. Victory. Is his business and It is his relentless attention to a thousand little Items that keeps his boys-winning. The Wolverines are unbeaten and untied, but Just make a suggestion that they also are untested and Crisler gels his dander up. Even alter '• the breezy manner in which they toppled the wily Wisconsin Badgers 40 to 6 last Saturday in the game gave them the Big Nine title and put them into tho Hose Bowl, Crisler wounftn't admit that things had been easy. "Wisconsin was lough, real tough, hut we happened to be rolling; along." he said. "But we certainly aren't untested. We had a real test by Minnesota and by Illinois. In both Barnes things came very easy for us and we had all the breaks." Michigan with eight straight Victories and 324 points scored a 1,-alnst a mere 53 for the oppos. lion, Is being rated in many quar- ' !rs as the nation's top team, bul !risl_er wouldn't know about that, i should I know where Double Play Ed Dudley Elected "*<*?' *"«ted For _ . . ^., m*~. *. President Of PGA For Seventh Term CHICAGO, Nov. 19. tUl')—Ed Dudley of Colorado Springs, Colo., was elected president of the Pi'O- (osMonal Goiters' Association yra- Icrduy for a seventh term by a Mii'iirisliiK unanimous vote. The Rollers put on a demonstration ol amity which contradicted curlier reports dial Dudley would meet opposition from Horlon Smith, He was the only candidate nominated. Joe Novak, Los Angeles, C.U.. WHS re-elected secretary, and William W. Wethersjxjon, Tulsn, Okhi.. w.t? named treasurer |<> replace Willlo Miifiuhe, Hour.ton. Te.x. Four new vice pie.sidents were named. Chosen to Ilirce year terms expiring in 1950 were Joe Boimlu, Norwich, Conn.. Marly Lyons, Upper Darby, Pa., and John \Valson, South liciul, inn. William C. Gordon, Chicago, was elected to a two yen;term expiring in 1949 to succeed Alex Cunningham, who resigned to become manager o[ the P. O. A. National Oolf Club at Diniedln Isles, Fla. ters C "How It's hard tackling and gangitiK up on Ihe runner like this that causes upsets in football. Jack Banlii of the favored professional Los Anycles Rams is slopped cold by the Boston Yanks' halfback Walt Williams (2G> and guard Bill Kenncdv in .Los Angeles. This lype of hcads-up. playing toppled the Rams, 27-10. 1 wo stand?" lie asked. "I've only seen eight teams." Defends Mel hods Tile tall, brown-haired 48-year- old Mentor defended his famed two-team offensive and defensive setups and said it wasn't his fault if it kept some of his boys oil All-America teams because they didn't, play enough and didn't have a. chance to show all-around ability. in 1930 and after two seasons went to Princeton where he remained for eight years, turning out two unbeaten and untied teams in 1933 and 1935. Has Ilccord of 114 wins Now at 'the peak of his career in which lie has an overall record of 114 victories. 32 losses nnd nlno time Am ties. Crisler lias little or no for anything but football. i_iiiitiuc LU aiiuw mi-ill UU1H1 ilUlIliy. , " -~~..~..... mit, "I'm not playing B ame.s to put 1, °" tlle Sridlron season Is over any boys on All-America teams." I "S , w ' 11 co " ce »'''atc on his Job ns •-.--. athletic director with full responsibility for the administration of he said. "But those teams arc interesting pastime at that They say that Bob Chnppnls may bo kept off the All-America hccauso he docs not play loo much on defense, bul let me tell you he is no country boy on defense. It just happens that Gene Derrlcotte is n little better.' " Crisler described Cllappuls as "the best passer I've ever had and Bump Elliott Is by far the bes! wing back I've ever had. " The Michigan head man, whose teams have won B9 games, lost 1G and tied three since he came lo the Ann Arbor campus from Princeton in 1938, literally was "bumped" into a football •, career when he wanted to be a doctor. It happened when he was a curious freshman watching the University or Chicago Maroons work onL back in 1917. A play started wide around one end and Ins Maroon coach. Amos Alonzo Stagg. flopped nimbly to get out of tho ^vay. banging Into Crisler Both were upended and pretty well jarred by the collission. "If you're so curious about foot- .iall, why aren't you out for tho team?" Stagg queried. "I expect you to be out In uniform tomorrow." . Crisler. who never had played In high school because he thought he was too light, joined the squad, wound up as an All-America end and remained at Chicago after graduation ns Stagg's assistant. He became head coach at Minnesota Not 'Trying' in Com* CARACAS, Venezuela, Nov. 19.— (UP)—Pitcher Saul Hosovln of Brooklyn, N. Y., who was in-rested by owner Oscar Y«ne» of the Veil«1» Bull Club for hot "frying" in a Same Monday night, was released yesterday when the manager of tho Venezuela team did not »|>peai to prc.H chaises. , a mcmocr ol the i3ut(«lo Hlsons of the International League, WHS pitching for Venezuela when Yanc.s had him arrested fttler he walked the first lour men to face him. Hosovln said yesterday he luid told (lie manager he hart a wire arm but the pilot Insisted Hint ho. pilch anyway. Michigan's sports program Including physical education, schedules, budgets and finance. "Then of course there is the wrinkled peas and chicken fricasee circuit for me to go on." he said Crisler said that he had put no scouts on Pacific Conference teams but that lie knew at least one West Coast scout had watched the Wolverines against Indiana and Wisconsin. "We didn't hold anything back from them." he said. "Of course there might be a few variations Concrly, McWilliams Benched With Injuries ATLANTA, da., Nov. 19. (UP)— Mississippi's pass-slinging Charley Concrly, with whom most of the Rebel hopes for their first Southeastern Conference litlc in history lie, was on the sidelines with an injury today. Concrly, who set a new national collegiate pass-complclion record last week by hitting his I20th receiver of the scnspn. had a bruised leg. Nothing serious, but Coach Johnny Vaught was taking no chances. ' Tlie Hebels have an open date this weekend and Conerly was almost certain to be back in action before the crucial same a week from Saturday with Mississippi State. Mississippi Stale's ace backficld man, Tom (Shorty) McWilllams, was on the sidelines today with an injury loo. And the Maroons aren't so lucky as to have the weekend open. They play Mississippi Southern but should come through easily. Oil Marketers Elect Association Officers LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Nov. 10 (UP) - Clint Elliott, Jr., of Pine Blurt today heads the Arkansas Independent Oil Marketers, following his re-election at a convention held here yesterday Other officers Included: Claude Blevlns, Sr,, of Arkadelphla, R. G. Johnson of El Dorado, Ira Poster of Pine Bluff. E. L. Dickinson Right-to-Work Guarantee To Be Debated WASHINGTON. Nov. 19. (UP)— Chairman Fred A. Hartley. Jr., II., N. J., announced today that his House Labor Committee will open hearings Jan. 19 on IcBlshilion "to KlKU'antrc every worker Ihe ri^ht lo work free of Intimidation and threats of physical harm." 'The witness will be Cecil 11. DeMillc, Hollywood producer-director, with labor and industry rcprn- scntalives to follow. DcMille, a onetime radio commenaloi-. Was barred from this Job because he refused to pay ^ with an assessment levied by the American Federation of Radio Artists. Hartley promised thai the final measure would not Interfere with "legitimate" rights lo strike or with the right of a labor organization to PAGE Key Witness Disappears; Probe Stymie'd NEW YOP.K. Nov. IS). IUP)— He- porl.s Irom Iho dlslrlct n Homey'* oflk-e indicated today that the dls- nplicaranco ol a key witness had leni]K)i-ai-||y stymied the n, A.'s attempt to unearth an explosive bet- tins srnudal In connection with last Friday night's strange fight between Juke Lamotta and liilly f\>x. Tills witness—"a man about town" who has many acquaintances in (he lifiht name-reportedly had certain business transactions with Limtolln. District Attorney 1'rank S. Ilognn apparently believed those trunsuc- llons could .shed revealing llahl upon Laniotta's widely discussed 11- MaiK'ial Mains. The possibility remained that Ho- r.iin might Impound Lamoltn's bank accounts. Mi-unwhilc, Pepper was sprinkled mi Ihe New York Slate Athletic Commission's Investigation ol the fight when the Democratic- Party demanded an Investigation ol the Athk'lic Commission, Paul E. Fitz putrlek. Democratic Slate chairman, demanded a legislative probe, not only ol the commission but ol the em Ire boxing set-up In New York Slalc. Despite Lumotla's putrid perfor- maiu-e In being stopped In the loin-Hi round by light heavyweight Pox ol Philadelphia at Madison Square Giii'deii. his personal physician and Ills first wile attested hk prowess. Will) Ida, an attractive red head, alleged in her suit for n new and more dczy separation agreement I hat the Bronx middleweight may have been a lullle Mailer at the Garden, but that he had been a Bellyaches A-Plenty But No More Splinters MIAMI, Ha,, Nov. It. (UP)—The k!d» can ttlll iet a bellyache from too much cotton candy and pink lemonade at the drcui, but tpllnt- rrs In the ]>«nt« are out. John Rlngllii« North, new boss ol (he ItlnitlliiK Broii, Ilarnum Hud llnlley Circus, said today the old wooden grandstand will be replaced next season by new portable cars puaed ov«r Beuk. Htt body, clad In Hie new green coat, wu found severed at the waist. TrM Nome of Man O'War It Still tig Butlnm LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. 18 (UP) — They burled Man O'War » couple of WMki MO, but his n*nw WM •llll- ma«le— «nd bl« binlnest— in seals with spongt rubber There will be a new lent, too, North announced, "shorter and wider with air conditioning." tin bluctrau country today. A» tha KccntUnd Ml Sale, went'into u» CtM *V. «• highest price paJd ww I. J. CoUto* tor t Imported Man In addition, Spendthrift Punw the Maine Ohano* _^ tor lie.OOO Perfect Lor* b? Man cxwar *nd aiudjr by - __ OcMdfnoiBt- slyn a union shop contract. Under ! formidable jmilser at home. Her nl- thc Taft-Harlley act. such contracts can be negotiated only with man- aeemcnt consent and a majority vote of the workers lint-lvcd. which we haven't used in any game yet." But as I say we aren't thinking about the' Rose Bowl. We're thinking about Ohio State Saturday. They can rise up and beat somebody and they want to beat us more than anybody. We may have a real rough time of It." Is he kidding? Unusual Hollywood Honor HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 19. (UP) — Movie stars Rosalind niisscll and Bing Crosby were honored today for their happy home life. Thn Motion Picture Research Society announced It would give Miss. Russell and Crosby its first annual certificate of award at a dinner Deo. 1 in Long Beach for not having been divorced. Runners-up Ingrid Bergman and Joe E. Brown also were invited. A GOOD PUCE TO EAT Merchants Plate Lunch 500 Regular Dinners - - 85i . of Pocahontns, Ed. Shocks of Corning and -Henry Bin-ford of Couway, vice presidents; an-" Bruce Cook of Little Rock, secretary- treasurer. Bond Issue Approved VAN BUREN. Ark.. Nov. 1!) HJP) — Incomplete returns today show that, Crawford County voters approved a S250.000 bond Issue to finance a hospital. The vote was 642 to 151 Dominica Seeks Reparations for Invasion Damage CIUDADTRUJILLO, Nov. 10 (UPi -A government spokesman said yesterday that the Dominican Republic had asked Cuba for reparations In connection with an abortive plot, hatched In Cuba, lo Invade this counlry. The spokesman said Cuba had been Invited to settle the matter amicably through direct ncgotialtons, but that if such negotiations failed the Dominican government would present the case to the proper International organizations. filed hi the Bronx Supreme Court yesterday, mentioned a broken nose and an Internal In- .in:y a.-s mementoes of Jake's gladiatorial effectiveness. Dr. Nicholas Salerno, the PUB'S doctor, reversed his field during testimony before Eddie Engan, chairman nf the Athletic Commission, Salerno testified thai Bronx Jake had entered the ring In excellent condition, although reporters previously had understood Irom Salerno that the fighter had been suffering from a blood clot of the spleen on the day of the bout. During 1915 Ihc United States produced 05.500,000 tons of steel. Tragedy Strikes In Very Midst Of Happiness ATLANTA, Qa., Nov. 1», (UP) — Robert Oiirmen, walking home from work along the "railroad track shortcut" yesterday, didn't recognize his lB->far-old wife Besile as ihc crossed his path In the dusk ahead of him. Bessie was wearing her new green cont, Not until he sot home did Robert realize the girl In green had been his young wife. "It was that new coat." he said. "I'll kid her about beating her lome," he laughingly told his nother. But Uessle never not home. Walk- ng along tho tracks In her new :oal, she must have been Ihlnk- ng about the. new inoivAUlt the lad gone to town to buy (or their evcn-months-old daughter, Dlano. She apparently didn't hear the warning whistle or bell of the train iming on behind her. Engineer Claude Lcatherwood said h« didn't realise until too 1 :liat the girl in the green coat ^ oo preoccupied to hear the waning, lie couldn't stop the train In .line. The switch engine and two freight 37 Known Dead in Fire WELLINGTON. N. Z., Nov. 19.— (UP)—Police said today that, the known dead In the Bnllnnlync Department, store fire in Christchurch, N. Z., yesterday totaled 37 and thru' 10 persons were still mbsing. Damage was estimated at more than $2,000.000. With the Courts Chancery Dorothy I Id for vs. Herman Hclfcr. suit for divorce. Common Pleas Ethel Harris vs. R. A. Anderson, suit for unlawful detainer. Steel Oil Barrel Racks An; size T. L. MABRY 423 MISSOURI ST. PH. 3627 Protect your health with HOOD Sportsman Boots and DRYBAK Hunting Clothing. FRIED CHICKEN T-BONE STEAKS FRESH OYSTERS RIVER CATFISH GOFF HOTEL COFFEE SHOP Open AN Day, 5 a.m. 'Til 9:00 p.rtv . It's New -r Now Optn! UPHOLSTERY SHOP AT LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. SOS East Main Street Phone 513 I.ct us show you our pleasing and durable materials for Auto Seat Covers. Tailored to Ml any seat. 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