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PAGE BIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! MONDAY, OCT. «, 1951 Chicks Idle, Bees vs. Keiser; Gentry Sustains Concussion Pops Trayel For Contest With Paragould BlytheviJIe's Chickasaws get an-: other rest this week but BlyOicviHc's football fans will not be without their favorite siiort-. Conch Jimmy Fisher's B team ls| scheduled to play Keiser here Fi i-: dny night and Coach HnroUl Stork- ton's Pepooscs. who are unbeaten,, untied and unscored in 10 straight pames, are elated to go to Parugould Thursday night. The Chicks, who have pulled two succe.ylve upset victories over Messich ol Memphis nntl Jackson, Tenn., have an open date this week nnd are due to tnke things easy. And the Tribe probably will c/i- Joy another week off after it.s narrow 13-12 win over Jackson last week in one of the most rugged games played here In several years. The Bees will he looking for their first win of the season against Kcl- scr. They dropped their firbl two games to Diirdeltc, 22-7, antl to Luxor:i last week by a 14-1 count. Coach Fisher hns ordered a rough scrimmage session to start the Bees' week of practice today with another hard session slated for Tuesday and Wednesday. The Paps will be out to .run their perfect game streak to 11 games at the expense of Pnragoulti's Bull- pups Thursday night and he has two days of hard work Tor his charges lined up for today anil tomorrow. Six-Man Tag Affair Feature Grappling Card A 5lx-mnn t/ig mutch, bringing together two top teams o[ henvy- weights, will headline tonight s American Legion wrestling bouts fit \ Memorial Auditorium. ' Teamed on the king-slacd cnrd are Red Roberts, Bin Cnnny nnd Jack Kelly who will oppose l^ec Fields, Joe Welch nnd newcomer Polo Gordos. The two three-man teams wlil meet over the 90 minute time limit, best two of three falls, route, Three one-fall preliminary bouts arc also on the curd with Cordons meeting Canny, Kelly meeting Fields and Roberts Inking on Welch. GET AWAY — Con Gorackc disp]ays ;i 41 -pound catfish caught on a troiH line near the fork of Kansas' Smoky Hill and Saline Rivers. His brother, Mike, made anolher prize haul, a -10-poundcr, the next nifihl. (NKA) The island of Jamaica tn the British West Indies boosts thai ft Is almost fog free. Rochester Cops Little Series Halfback Is In Hospital With Injury Donald Gentry, Hie chicks' co- captnln and starting rlfilit hnlf- fo.ick, remained In the Blythevllle Hospital today where he Is untlcr- Ftolttg observation nfter suffering n sJlRht brain concussion In Friday night's game with Jackson, Tenn. Gentry nnd Ralph Snyder, the Tribe's other halfback, were both knocked imcomcioHS on the .same play in the second quarter of (he [tame, Snyder recovered, however, and continued In the game hut Gentry was helped from the field nnd never returned. He regained consciousness before leaving the field but never returned to action. . During the second half Gentry "wanned up" In preparation to re-ontorinK the game but was bc'nchcd afiatu when he coin- pluincd of a severe headache. Following the game he became nauseated and was taken to the hospital for observation. Hospital doctor/5 reported that he suffered a "slight brain concussiorT but Mint tils injury wns nol considered .serious. It Is doubtful as to how long Gentry will bo out of action. Coach Hussell Moslcy said yesterday. Browns-Giants Tilt Showdown In Pro Game Pictures Proved that Sain Was Safe; Passarella Just Made Wrong Call Intersectional Losses Shocking to SWC By The Associated Press The shock of a near shut-out in intcrseciional football lingers with Southwest Conference teams today as they recoup battered HACKS — Juniors Ralph Snyder (12) and Norman Bratchcr »rc Icttcrmcn back to bolster the Chick backfleld. Snyder filled in admirably for the ailing Tommy Mas Icy last week in BlylhevilUj's 13-12 conquest of Jackson, Tenth, The 120-pounder utilizes a quick getaway. Bratcher is a regular defensive halfback (Courier News Photo) Only Two Games Are Slated For Local Gridirons This Week nOCIIRSTEn, N. Y. MV-Thc in- tcrjiiuionnl League has won its first Llttib World Scries In four years. The Rochester lied Wings, trailing the Kansas City Blues at one point by three games to one, swept the last three games to bent the • „„ ... „, , Amevlcnn Association playoff | :°' tt '' . ''1 , C ; in1 !! 5 I 101 "''"* U champs. Rochester look the final tll ^. pl ^ l ??.l" > "A ft E '.' glra ' 31 - 7 ' here Saturday night. 0-4. Courier News Clsis^ified Ads. *•«-<! CLOSE CALL — Nickie Boy appeared to be resting on Tony Skoronski's head after n fall at Detroit's Hazel Pnrk. An examination at a hospital disclosed no serious injuries lo Ihe jockey. Track attendants said his fiber skullcap played an important part in saving him from harm. <NEA) NKVV YORK M',~-The Imttlc Tor the championship of the American Conference ol the National Football League will reach the showdown stage Sunday—long hcforc the sen- son Is even hnlf over—when the Cleveland Browns entertain the New York Giants. The Browns \von the title Inst ye:ir after the Giants gave them a neck-nnd-neek race right down to (he wire and It, lioks as though the experts are not eolng to .he wrong for n change. They predicted a repent of the two-team battle. Both teams warmed up Saturday for the task ahead, the Drowns \ nipping the Pittsburgh Stcelers, 21- on Of course, there's no guarantee tluit uotli vein go through the rest of the schedule without a defeat, nnci they do have another game in Mew York on Dec. H, the season's [inale. Ye.stpj-rlay's action was anti-cll- ninctic as Jar n.<j the u'eekcnd was concerned. The Chicago CLirdinals lopped the Chicago Bears, 21-10; the San Frjincisco Forty-Nlners defeated Mie-'-Dallas Texans. 37-14; nd the Green Bay Packers triumphed over tile Washington Redskins, 35-'.!0. Pupils Get Glassy Clan in Connecticut NEW YORK MV—Becmcse educators say the Junior high school pupils in Dnricn, Conn., don't throw stones, the pupils have been rewarded with n new school addition that lets in daylight through floor- | to-ceiling windows. The corridors i arc also lined with glass walls. 1 Dnricn educators reported they never were bothered with the kind of vandalism that makes 100 per cent replacement of window glnss necessary every two yenrs la some metropolitan areas. The new structure was designed by a New York firm of architects (Ketchum. aina' •fc Sharp). Football action tn Mississippi*. County wilt be light this week with only two high school names sehed-j ultd to be played on county fields.! Joiner and Blythevillc will be the scenes of these two gnmes with L«x- ora plAylng Shiuvnce at Joiner Friday night and Keiser meeting BJy- thcvillc's 'JJ' team at Blytheviltc on the same nit'llU Wilson and Osceolft a re boi h scheduled to play but both will ificcfc out-of-thc-county foes. * O.sccola, which won Its first game of the year over Burdctte last Friday night, is scheduled lo go to DartloLt.' Tenn., next Friday ni|;hl. This will be the first out-of-state trip for Coach Dufcle Speck's Sem- InoLes, Wilson's Bulldogs, who now own a winning streak of three straight games, go to Earle lo take on the Enrle Bulldogs Friday night. Luxora's Panthers will be seeking their fourth straight win in their game with Shnwnce's Indians Friday night and the Indians will be looking for their second victory. At least two Junior high games nre on this week's slate with the Btytheville juniors going to Paragould Thursday night »nd Osccoln. juniors playing Keiser's juniors at Keiser. Hopkins Comity In Kentucky produced nearly 11 million tons of coal in 1049. Did Berra Fan? Tune in Tomorrow SOMEWHERE IN KOREA (/P,— It was the Inst of the IHh inning. The Yanks trailed, C-5. Yogi Berra was up with the count of two nnd two. mencaji soldiers lucky enough to be near a radio Sunday huddled clever. The windup, the pitch . , th/m— 'This Is the Armed Forces Radio In Tokyo. We now resume our regular .schedule." What happened to Berra? \Vh( won the game? Tune in tomorrow. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, ChU'kii- sawba District, Mississippi County Arkansas. Blytheville Development, Co., an Arkansas Corporation, Ptf. TO. No. 12,177 James A. Penson and Mrs. James A. Pension, Dft, The defendants, James A. Pension and Mrs. James A. Pension, hereby warned to appear withil thirty days in the court named tr the cupUon hereof nnd answer th complaint of the plaintiff, Blytlie villc Development Co, Dated this 4th day of, October FOR SALE Rraiitiful brick limne on Highway 61 North in Country Club Drive Addition. This Jiome has 3 extra large bedrooms, large closets in each; lar^e living room with fireplace, dining room. New Geneva kitchen, one and one-half baths, utility room, large screened in front porch. Servant's house wtth gas heat. gar.iRc and outdnor storage. This home has new roof and in lop condition. Cnn't bo duplicated for twice II ic s ell i tig price. Extra large lot, choice neighborhood. Triced for quick sale. SEE OR CALL JOHNNY MARR Phone 2596 Mrs. Kittany Wins Weekly yrid Contest The women are ruling the roost •hen it comes to picking football •innere. For the third straight week a wo- nan wnlkert off with top !o.'.ir»ls in he Courier News' weekly pick-the- •imier football contest last week. Mrs. Jimmy Kittany of 210 Dounn Street was last week's winner. Irs. Kittany missed only five games finish ahead of tile 162 other ntrants. For her efforts Mrs. Kit- !iny will receive the $10 first prize ffercd in the contest, Only 23 games were judged in •\st week's contest. North Carolina's ;ame with Georgia was postponed iccaiisc of » polio epidemic In North Carolina and Georgia's 49-0 vie- j ory oyer North Carolina State was lot counted. Results of contest games: I. Blytheville 13. Jackson 12. 2.OsceoJa 21, Burdette 19. 3. Notre Dame 14, Texas 3. 4. Alabama 21. Miami 7. 5. Maryland 28. Cletnson 0. 6. Duke 7, Tennessee 0. 7. Georgia 49, North Carolina State 0. (Game not counted in con- est( 8. Georgia Tech 20, SMU 7 9. Kentucky 10, Texas A&M. 7 10. L.S.U. 27, Bice 7 II. Tulane 35, Santa Clara 0. 12. Vanderbilt 20, Nor'western 20. (tie) 13. TCU 13. Arkansas 7. 14. Baylor 31, Wash. State 7. 15. UCLA 32. Washington U. 7 16. Boston College 7, Wake Forest 7. (tie) n. Yale 28. Brown 0. 18. Columbia 16, Harvard 7. 19. Navy 31. Cornell 7. 20. Wisconsin 20. Illinois B. 21. Indiana 20, Iowa 13. 22. Stanford 14, Michigan 7. 23. California 40. Minnesota 13. 24. Purdue 21, Ohio State 14. forces for another try. Prospects aren't very bright that they can do any better this week than last when only Baylor, which wasn't supposed to beat anybody, came through. It left the Golden Bears the only undefeated team in the league. Dropping four games out of five against foes from other areas, the conference saw its intersectional record for the season fall behind. Teams of this circuit have won six and tost seven. Texas A&M, set down 10-7 by Kentucky for its first loss of the campaign, tries Michigan State, the nation's No.l team, at Lansing, Mich., Saturday. Rice, which was whipped 27-7 by Louisiana State, KOCS to Los Angeles to play a UCLA outfit that slashed Texas Christian two weeks ago. Texas, which succumbed to Notre Dame 14-3, engages an Oklahoma team that has just finished clouting Pittsburgh 49-20. Southern Methodist, which felt the lash of Georgia Tech 20-7. goes to Columbia, Mo., to play touch Missouri. Baylor doesn't have to worry about its intersectional record this week but it has worries Just the same. Ttie Bears, who slammed Washington State 31-7 last week, engage the Arkansas Razorbacks •U Little Rock Saturday night in conference game. Texas Christian, winner of the only conference gnme played thus far — a 13-7 decision over Arkansas — gets downtrodden Trinity University at San Antonio Saturday night. Trinity hasn't been able (o beat anybody yet and they haven't played a team 1 as strong 3 Texas Christian. The Texas-Oklahoma game will be the high point of the schedule. Regardless of how'these two teams have fared in a season, their struggle at the State Fair in Dallas each year always packs the Cotton Bowl. -+ By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK OR—A picture BO- qucncc of yesterday's World Series game appeared today lo show that American League Umpire Art Passarella made a wrong call—and baseball Corrxnissloner Ford Frick admitted it. Passarella called New York Yankee pitcher Johnny Sain out at first base in Ihe tenth inning. The pictures, taken by Associated Press photographer John Lindsay, showed Sniu's foot on the bag and the ball not yet in first baseman Gil Hodges' mitt. "According to the picture, it looks like Passarella called a wrong play," Frick said. "If he did, He's only human. I assure you it's not the first wrong call ever made by an umpire, if it was that. What's all the shouting about? Players make nistakes too. So do officials.' So does the commissioner. A player makes an error, another forgets to cover a base, a pitcher makes a wild pitch, a catcher lets a ball get away from him. Very little is said. 1952. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Cherry Sue Barnes, D.C Alene Word, atty. for PLtf. Marcus Evrard, attorney ad litem 10-C-13-20-27 kYvttiXCURSION CARUTHERSVI11E 8 One Nile Only fSTEXMERl LAVALON Wed. Oct. Memphis Rhythm Masters Orchestra 'MOONLIIEIvs9p.nl. 1 Fares (Tax Incl.) Aclulls .?1.50; Child 75 ONLY BOAT RIDE THIS YEAR! BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 6 8:15 p.m. Two Referees 6-MAN TAG MATCH Polo Cordous, Lee Fields & Joe Welch vs. Jack Kelly, Red Roberts & Bill Canny Adults SOe—Children 15c Also 3 1-Fall Matches 30 Minute Time Limit Cordous vs. Canny Kelley vs. Fields Joe Welch vs. Roberts "But once an umpire makes a wrong call, he is crucified. Why? An umpire is only human. He can make mistakes, too. All I'm interested in is whether he was Iti Llie right position to make the call. The picture shows he was/ 1 Passarella said he didn't blame the editors for. showing the picture. "It's a. good one," he said. "But pictures don't always tell the true story. I \vas on top of the play nd called it as I saw it. In my judgment, the runner, whoever he was, was out. That's the way called it, nnd I'll stick to It." Brooklyn won the game, 6-5, in 11 innings to take a 3-2 lead in the series. Yankee officials, seeing the picture for the first time", said it only bore out what they thought they had seen on the field—that Sain was safe. The Yankees had staged a bitter protest over the decision. Construction of • the big apartment houses in New iMexico by th» Pueblo Indians began about 800 A.D. converting to SAS...cjli CITY ELECTRIC! SILENTBLU GAS CONVERSION BURNER.. Let City Electric install the SILENTBLU Gas Conrersion Burner for you. 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