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PACK ill (ARK..) COUR1KK NEWS Papooses Defeat South Side Juniors From Memphis 38-6 for Seasons Seventh Victory Striking from f»r out wits long touchdown runs, tht Blylhevllle Junior High School Papooses rolled to their seventh victory of the uason bj defeating the South Side Scrappers of Memphli 38 to 6 before a small crowd of some 400 spectators at Haley Field last night. A* in «v«ry game this season th* Paps got away to a fast start and they wert never worried In ringing up their fifth ttralght victory and their seventh of the season against one defeat and one Charles "Ruff" Lutes, the swivel-* tit. iturnlng the game's ' ards for a touch- | down and from there on the going was easy. The Paps added a second | touchdown in the first period, one In the second, one iu the third and two in the fourth for the victory which w£5 decisive but far from overwhelming. ^ Between touchdowns the Paps had j their hands full fighting off the | smaller but scrapping Memphians who battled gallantly against the j odds. The Scrappers tried to match the Paps ground gaining machine with an aerial attack and kept the Blytheville secondary down passes. ring tackle who filled In for Bill "Buazy" Wunderllch, turned In a good performance as did guards Jerry Phillips and Junior Blankenship and Thomas Prince, the other tackle. The Paps will roll down the curtain on the 1917 season next weeK when they meet the Bellcvue Orange | Jerseys of Memphis Wednesday Starting Lineups: Blydieville Hutcherson Boyd ....... Phillips busy batting Droke Blankcnshlp Brings Penalties Prince Pm. I..K. . L.T. I..G. . V. . R.O. R.T. R.E. Q..B. H.B. H.B. P.B. Osceola Defeats Elaine 14 to 13 Stm.inolcs Win From Previously Undefeated Eleven fay One Point The Oeceola High School Sem- Inoles capitalized on one Mtra point to defeat a heretofore undefeated Elaine High School eleven in the filial home game of the season ou muddy Hale Field here last night. The score was U to 13. All of the scoring was done in the first half with final two periods spent mostly around inldfleld. The Seminoles pushed across two markers in the first period, the first on a plunge by quarterback Bobby Dean Reid and the second by full- hack Charles McFarland on a line plunge from the 10-yard line. Reici passed to E. Shaueyfelt for the extra points giving the Seminoles a 14 to 0 lead at the end of the first period. In the second quarter, the visitors used their excessive weight to muscle across their two tallies, but only one try'for extra point was good The same was one of the rough- i Deer Ml played by the Pnpooscs iiils I H»y year and was Ircquented wlLh | Lutes roughness penalties, all of them i Pruitt against Brythevlllc. Tlie Paps were j R° R< assessed a total of 45 yards in penalties and tlie Scrappers' drew only one live yard fine. The Paps second touchdown came shortly alter Lutes hurl scampnrrd 00 yards with the'opening klckolf when lullback Robert Reid behind good blocking, crashed over froui the South Side 10 yard line. Quarterback Mel Hay accounted for the extra point to give the Paixs a 14 to 0 lead at the end o! the lirst 1 ulu ' U:r - , - ., ,. ' man . clock .operator. South Side staged their only . scoring drive early in tlie second quarter after they had recovered a fumble on the Blythcville 34 yard stripe. Klrkpatrlck,, the Scrappers <j am( , slatisl | ( ,, triple-threater passed to right end i B'vlilc South McAdams for a first down on the pirsi Downs 10 Paps seven and fuilbaok Polian aub.Ulut.0™: B.yU.eviile-Rlch- Wcbb. Southslde — Kirkpatrlck, \Vagc, Deal, Young, Turner, Geocl- inan anu Carter. Scoring touchdowns: Blytheville — Lutes 2, R. Reid, Mel Hay, Kutcherson, and Deer. Southsid'e—Polian. Extra points—Lutes and Hny. Officials: England, referee; Gecr, umpire; Rauth, head linesman; Paul Hu- Score by quarter*: Blytheville 14 South Side 0 Snuthside . Harrison ... Beaver Williamson Slaughter .. Gartrell . . ., ... Henley I K lvin K the Seminoles a one point . Me Adams I lcad - Keyj Wilson Wins 30 to » .. Walters Four other games were played in Brackey I South Mississippi County yesterday .. Polian n "d '"st night. The Wilson Bulldogs, beaten on four other occasions, snupped out of their slump and drubbed Mnrvell 30 to 0 at Wilson last night. The Bulldogs scored touchciowns in the lirst. third and fourth periods for the necessary points. Four of the five touchdowns were scored on the ground and the llnal one was scored on n blocked punt which was covered in the end ?xme. In other games the Shawnee Indians swamped the Luxora Pani Ihcrs 37 to 0 in Luxora; Kelser defeated Dyess 32 to 0 at Keiser and fi 12—38 i Dycss battled Sloan-Hendrix of 1m- 0 0— 6 '• boden to a 6 to 6 deadlock. Meroney Plans Furious Bout For Matmen Rcferee-Promoter Mike Meroney will have science ou one hand and rough-house on the other Monday night when Tiger Long and Johnnie Marr tee off against Flni.s Hall and Frank Marconi In the Legion Arena In ui effort to up-end them in something under the two-falls- onl-of-lhree local tag match par. But one hand probably won't know what the other's doing because they'll be all wrapped up in one another as Long and Marr pit their scientific methods against the rough and j tumble tactics of Hall and Marconi. Hall and Marr, who are veterans of years of mat mangling, will be making their first appearances here In the last half-itozen years. I.-Ong made his first appearance In about four years last week and showed he had forgotten little from his days as light heavyweight boxing champion of the South. His fists fly fast and hard and he knows where to throw them. I Marconi has appeared on the local j card off and on for the past several t months and each time h In the ring here, a bi looms. Leading up to the main event two prelims will pit Long against Marconi and Marr against Hall. The first warm-up gels under way at 8:15 p.m. SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER Hi, 1»47 Final Big Saturday of Season Sees Top Teams Play Traditional Classics NEW YORK, Nov. 22. <UP)_| K on State with a chance lo tie for eu» up for Its ?ni i Wg the championship waV favo£a to do so. Leading Eastern games were Harvard-Yale, Columbia-Syracuse, U '; "H seven scored two plays later on a line plunge. Walters kick for conversion was blocked. That was their only bis drive <t the night. They fought desperately in an attempt to gel their aerial attack, to working but the Paps »lert backs.held them to three completions in 12 attempts. The Paps scored again in the [ second quarter on a sustained drlvu l«d by Lutes, Pruitt and Reid that carried ;the ball Irom the Dlythe- viH« 20 to the South Side one where Meli;Hay crossed into pay dirt on ',:'«'' ^quarterback sneai. Lutes' kk-H s for'the extra point was blocked and ' -»t hajftlme the Paps held a 20 to 6 lead. Pap* Show Speed Left End' John Hutcherson accounted for the Paps' fourth tally after two minutes of play in the '.•-third period. Reid and .Lutes combined efforts to move the ball from their own 44 where they had re- trclved a South Side .punt to the Scrappers' 26 and Hutcherson went over on an end around. Lutes Kick for the extra point was blocked: The Paps scored twice in the fourth period, the lirst by end Jim Deer on a blocked punt and tlie second on an 85-yard puni return by Lutes. On the first touchdown of the period Elmer Richardson, a substitute center, broke tnrough 10 block a South Side punt on the 1:1 yard line with Deer catching tut- , ball on the 10 and raced over. Neither try for extra point was good. The Paps looked g^od on defense and their blocking showed definite signs of improvement. Bill Boyd, a Yds. Gnd. Rushing 20fl Passes attempted. 7 Passes completed. 2 Yds. Gnd. Passing 23 Fumbles l Yds. lost fumbling o Fumbles rec. by... 3 Punts 2 Avd. yds. per punt 35 ! Kickolts . 7 Avg. yds. per k'oft 29 Penalties 7 for 45 Individual Records Blytheville Player Tries Met. Gnd. Hay 4 15 H. Reid 9 S4 Pruitt .... ft 33 7 Bfl 1 26 Trades Wrecked Browns, Baseball Writers Agree NEW YORK, Nov. 22. (UP)—Most! veteran baseball writers agreed today that the St. Louis Browns, as now constituted after trading away 2 six of their btg-narne player, would' 45 have a tough time making the first 1 for S division in one of the top miner! leagues, much less in the American League. Avg. | I" their search for "young play- [ 3.75 • crs who do not have a defeatist; 7.11 complex" and for hard cash, the Manila Basketball Game Transferred To Armory Here The Arkansas Bloodhounds-Manll» Independents basketball game scheduled to be played in Manila tomorrow afternoon has been transferred to the Armory here, it was announced today by Stanley Keller coach of the Bloodhounds. A preliminary contest between the Blytheville Bombers, a potential member of the Blytheville City League, and the Jonesboro Aviators has also b«en added to the program. Mr. Keller said. This will be the Bombers first showing of the year. The preliminary game is scheduled to get underway at 2 o'clock with the Bloodhounds-Manila till following. Favored Teams Win Football Playoff Games Saturday of the season today sith "traditional classics" the order of (he day and the leading undefeated and untied teams heavy favorites to stay that way. In tlie top names played last night, Wake Forest drubbed bu- rjuesne, 33 to 0, and Florida edged Miami, 7 to «. Topping the choice items on the menu today Is the meeting of old rivals Southern California and U. C. I,. A., with Southern Cal the seven-point favorite. The Rose Bowl bid from the West Coast Is the aim of South Cal's Trojans in this battle between the Los AiiReles neighbors. Unbeaten and tied only by Rice early in the season, the Trojans are picked despite U. C. L. A.'s stern resolve to keep them away from Pasadena on New Year's Day. The nation's leading undefeated and untied teams—Notre Dame, Michigan, Penn State, and Southern Methodist—are all picked to win by lopsided scores. Leahy Confident Notre Dame meets Tulane In a game that Coach Prank Leahy evidently regards as already won, since he will be scouting Southern Gal. Michigan, with the Big Nine title already safely stowed away, closes Its regular season by facing Ohio State. Southern Methodist, powerhouse of the Southwest Conference, is a 13-polnt choice over Baylor, and Penn State, which fears a wet field, is rated 14 points better than Pitt. In the Big Six. Kansas was a one- touchdown favorite over Missouri with the conference championship and a probable howl bid hanging in ihe balance. In the Pacific Coast Conference, Oregon, playing Orc- Hutcherson Kirkpatrlok Key Brackey .. Pollau Harrison . Deal South Side 7 1 8 6 . 2 . 1 31 1 15 1 1 2 By UNITED PRESS ---. —-. Practically every favored team 6.60 Brownies have reduced themselves had moved into the semi-finals of 9.71 to a team which docs not include a the Arkansas High School 26 i single first baseman or a single player who hit over .300 in the majors S.29 "r minors last season and which 2 places its main pitching reliance on 2.50 two major-league distorts whose 1.17 1947 records of over .500 were re. l I corded In the minors. 32. Dyersburg Buries Foe Beneath 71 to 0 Score DYERSBURCJ, Tenn., Nov. (UP) - - Dyersburg'j Golden Jan football team, unbeaten and unscored on by a Big Ten conference team burted Martin High School 71 to 0 Thursday night. The winners brought their total scoring points to 123 in four days. In a postponed game with Union City Monday night, Dyersburg won 52 to 0. Dyersburg will play in the conference title playoff Thanksgiving Day. La Mot t a /$ Suspended From Ring Indefinitely NEW YORK, Nov. 22. (UP)—The district attorney's Investigation of Tro- i last week's Billy Pox-Jake LaMotta fight continued full speed ahead today, although LaMotta has been suspended from the lilng indefinitely by the New York Slate Athletic Commission. District Attorney Frank S. Hogan, conducting an inquiry separate from that of the commission, is decking to discover whether any crime was committed in connection with the fight. IjiMotta, never previously knocked out, suffered a technical knockout in the fourth round under circumstances that made sporU writers question the honesty of the fight. Hogan was expected lo recall La- Motta's ball playoffs today, with only two games left In first-round play. j In Double A play last night North Little Rock edged out Van Buren 7-to-O to remain in the running while El Dorado rolled over the Pine Bluff Zebras 25 to seven. The two wins place E! Dorado In a semi-final contest with Little Rock, winner over Blytheville Thursday night and North Little Rock In second round play against the winner of today's Sublaco- Fayettevllie tangle. Payetteville is favored to win. BLVTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE. Weekdays Box Office Opens 6:45 p.m. Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Box Office Opens 12:45 p.m. Show Starts 1:00 p.m. "Where Happiness Colts So Little" Tonight "California Gold Rush" with Wild Bill Elliott and Bobby Blake Serial "Son of Zorro 1 ' Chapter I Also Cartoon /S SH€ AILING? Bring her in for a check-up now. We'll • fix her up with genuine IH parts that will"] make her like new. Seriously, don't neglect to get your tractor in shape for work next season. Let us put your name on our advance service schedule now, to save you time and delays. Thank you. McCOIHlfr.PEERING MACHINES PARTS AND SERVICE ON DISPLAY: The New Internationa] Harvester '1 Cu Ff Home Freezer. Saves Food, Saves Tim.! t v° ne , y ° nly It Now! SOUTH 2»P ST. PHONE863 Grand Jury to Probe Bus Line Disorders EL DORADO, Ark., Nov. 22 (UP) —Circuit Judge Gus W. Jones has ordered & Union County grand jury to make an "exhaustive" Investigation Into the shooting up of a Southern Lines bus near El Dorado, Oct. (I. Meanwhile, the trial of W. O. Jones of Boonevllle on charges of assault with Intent to kill and violation of Arkansas' anti-labor-violence act in connection with the Incident, has been set for Monday. Saturday Owl Show Starts 11:00 p.m. "PILLAR OF DEATH" with I.on Chaner and Brenda Joyce Serial "Junjle Girl" Chapter 2 Also Cartoon Sunday and Monday "Leave Her to Heaven" (In Technicolor) with Gtnt Ticrney and Jeanne Crain Universal News; Also Cartoon ILLDW5TONE BOTTLED IN BOND manager, Al Silvan], for further questioning either today or . _ Monday. Silvanl was questioned at DuroC/ter Reported 'Out' length yesterday in Hogan's office. NEW YORK, Nov. 22 (UP)—Leo n Gilmer Passes — Cigars BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Nov. 22 (UP) —Harry Gilmer, offensive star for Alabama's Crimson Tide, should be at his bcsl today in * "mere football game" against Louisiana State. The 'Bama halfback became n father for the first time last night and survived. His childhood sweetheart wife, whom he married alter he enrolled at Alabama, and a six- pound, H-ounce daughter were reported "doins fine." Durocher, exiled manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, will not be rehired to head the Flatbush flock in 194B. according lo a usually reliable source. Durocher definitely in out. according to a /source very close to the ball club, and official announcement may be made early next week. Many ,Miny Nnckcli BOSTON (UP)—The Boston Five Cents Savings Bank has 180,000 depositors and the average deposit is $1,111.11. Navy Gets Ne* Mascot ' ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. 22. (UP) —A shaggy goat, presumably Bill the Eleventh, was being groomed lo- : day for his indispensable role as' mascot for Navy's football team In i Its annual clash with Army. Billy the Tenth died Thursday night of pneumonia, a bare nine days before his big date with the Cadet mule at Philadelphia's Franklin Field. It's KENTUCKY It's STRAIGHT It's BOURBON It's GREAT! I'm 1'iofif AT YOUR PACKAGE STORE Also Black Label —30 Proof Barrett Hamilton, Inc. Ili«lril)iitor, I.Mil, Rock. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING R-u. *** a ADM 'SSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seat, on Sale at the Legion Arena from 6 p. m. Every Monday ., . . , ADULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15< Mondoy, Nov. 24th <T»I included) --- BOX SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH ~" Tiger Long and Johnny Marr versus Finis Hall and Frank Marconi ^ ALSO TWO 1-FALL, 30-MINUTE MATCHES Tiger Long | "."johnnTe'Marr V*. Frank Marconi vs. . Finis Hall . Princeton-Dartmouth, west Vlr-' ginia-Tcmple, Boston College-St I Mary'«. In the South there was Ala- '. bama-Loulslana state, Kentucky-1 lennessee, Vanderbilt-Maryland, > and North Carolina-Du:;e. 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