The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1952 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 11, 1952
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8ATWWAY, OCT. It, Wl Bees Show Class, Defeat Keiser by 21-7 Margin The win waa the first of the sea-» •on lor Coach Jiipmy risher's Junior y»i»tty t» go with two previous - The Bees scored twice In the first period and one* m the second but «ou!4 Mver get a scoring drive generated after that.-Keiser .cored its lone touchdown In the first period The Bet* outclassed the Yellow- Jacket* all the way. Except for a brief period In the first period Bly- tnevlil* wu In command of play every minute. Tight Dtttnte- A tight defensive game, sparked W » hard charging and hard tackling line proved the difference for the Bees. Blythevttle's alert for- wardi kept the Yeliowjacket*' of fense bottled up'most of the way especially In the - last-half which was restricted to defensive play. Blytheville «cored every time It got the ball in the flrrt half. The first one came on a 56 yard drive •hortly after the opening kickolf. Fullback Joe Bynum and halfbacks Prank Fowler and Bobby McFarland cparked the drive with nice dfeplay of hard running. Bynum got the touchdown plunge from the one after McParland had set It up on a 15 yard jaunt, to the 19. Fowler circled end for the point after. Fowler Goes Keiser found Blytheville's hustling line Inpregnable after the following -kickotf and Bobby Dixon, who was; the Yelloidackets' offensive spark, punted out of bounds at the Blytheville 19. Then on the next play Fowler, a speedy little scat back, exploded over tackle and scampered 81 yards .on a beautiful run to pay dijf. McFarland went off tackle for the extra point. Keiser got back In the game with the following kickoff. Taking over ,at the 50 Brock moved to the Blytheville 25 and on the next play halfback Stracener on a handoff went over tackle all the way to score. Dixon kicked the extra point. But the Bees marched right back. The kickoff after Reiser's touch-down opened the second quarter and Blytheville was stopped at the 25. Joe Whlsenhunt on an end around moved to the 41 and then quarterback Jackie Halstead pajsecl to end Dexter West who lateralled off to Bynum and Bynum was'haul- ed down at the Keiser 20" to set up the final touchdown. On the next play Halstead, from a double wing spread, passed to Bynum in the end zone. Halstead got the extra.pqlnt,pn _s. sneak. • That was "all the scofing^The" r'e- mainder of. the game was a seesaw battle of defenses. Practically ail of the last half was played in Keiser. territory with the Bees twice driving inside the Yellowjacke'ts' 20 only to have their touchdown bids fizzle. Starting lineups: Blytheville Pos. Shanks Brown Gee L.T. L.G. C. Birmingham . R.G. Par-key Whi-senhunt Halstead Fowler .,.,.. McFariand .. R.r R.E. Q.a Keiser Cockerhnm Bagwell . McGinnts ,... Parser ... Girdley ..... Tate Robertson Brock Araujo in Line for Shot At Crown After Victory . MURRAY KOSE W 1 )—Back on th» winning trail with an eye-catching The fleet-footed 21-year-old PTOV-*. Idence, B. I., Negro belted ou Brown, of New Orleans in 1:24 of Ihe seventh round of a nationally telecast bout at St. Nicholas Arena last night. A short, Jarring left hook to tht chin draped Ihe 2«.year-old Lou sinna Negro over the middle rop« He sagged to the Hoor and then slowly tried to get 'up. He just managed to stand whei referee Ray Miller waved his hands, signalling the knockout, Brown said his head was clear and "I wanted to take a count o: nine. I thought I was up In tlmi and the re/eree said different." Miller said: "Brown had one knee on the floor when I said 'ten and out'." Brown Scared Araujo, who weighed 13214 to Brown's my,, was leading up to Ihe time of the knockout although Brown scored with harder punches In the fourth round, Araujo hit the deck following a hot exchangi but the referee ruled it wasn't i knockdown and didn't count. I' looked like a left hook put Georgia on the floor. Araujo, who had been a 2 to 1 favorite early hi the week, was 7 to 5 underdog at fight time. The young contender, ranked as third challenger In his division said: "I'd like to get a chance al the winner of the Carter-Salas title fight," Lauro Salas defends' his 135- pound crown against ex-champion Jimmy Carter in Chicago next Wednesday night. Brown, who had a six-fight win streak snapped, holds a decision over Carter. It was the third time Brown has been stopped. Araujo racked up his.45th vic- :ory against two defeats. It his 30th kayo triumph. R H. _____ Wilbanks F.B>.... Stracener Substitutions: Elythev ille— Black, lAnglsy. Colston, Davis, Vail, Westbrook. Beacham. arid Hyde. Keiser —Lambert, Wright, Minis. Sudbury Wins Third Straight In Y League Sudbury's' footballers made It :hree straight as they defeated Yarbro 20-0 in a "Y" Grade school league game at Little Park yesterday afternoon. This win put them at the top of the Kiddie League heap. Yarbro was unable'to get a drive under way, making only one first down during the game, while Sud- burj- tallied one TD each in the first second and third periods. The first came on.a jaunt by lit;!e Jimmy Fong, who skirted right end for 34 yards and the score on 'he second play of the game. Bobby Westbrook- carried over 'rom the one yard marker to cap i sustained drive in the second quarter and Freddie White traveled 13 on a reverse in the third for the final sc'ore. About 37 new kinds of birds baye appeared In Iceland since IS3B. -Browns Headline Young Pro Grid Season (AP) - The New York Giants and the NEW Cleveland Browns clash'in efevela'nd's. vast Municipal Stadium tomorrow in the first "big" game of the infant National football League season. • Cleveland" reigns a one 'each- down favorite to beat the Giants and gam undisputed possession of first place in the American COn- •ference. The .Browns and Giants share the lead; each tearn having won its first iwo starts. The Browns-Olants contest lops a six-same card. In other games, San Francisco's surprising Wcrs are at Detroit, the Chicago Cardinals at Washington, Dalifts at Chicago ngaiiut the Bears, Los Angeles against Green Bay at Milwaukee «nd Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. . C !f, vcl ". n <' c oach Paul Brown doubts if he win be able to field * complete team Four CIeveland regulars are on tha injured list «nd may see little or no action. The doubtful Browns' starters are halfback Ken Carpenter, end Danle Lavelli, fullback Harry Ja- gad« and tackle Detrell Palmer. Fullback Pat Knight Is the only Olani who figures to miss the game. Tht Giants, seeking their first ,fL, C T V , n Si " ce 1938 ' have ° 01 «ter*a their -offense. Coach Steve Owens highly regarded squad Is jusi as strong on defense this sea- aon as it always was. Last year Cleveland btfit the Gtanw twice fn t» h o bruising games. • The game will start at 2 n m (EST> and will be t.ltvlsed Into IS cities; Boston, New York, Schen- ecwdy, Syrwuae, Providence, Btng- htmton, Burialo, Rochester, Erie Cincinnati, Day ton, Louisville Nashville and Omaha, «,fM £t ,, Pla ^ " lso ls at slalt e "» I the National Conference. The 49ers lour could tied for Ihe top rung when the day's activity Is completed. The Lions, favored lo whip the Wers, the Chicago Bears, and Green Bay are tied for second place with 1-1 marks. The Bears figure to trample the Dallas Eagles but Green Bay is expected to bow to the LK Angeles Rams, the defending ehampSors. who have lost their first two s!.::j. WARMVG ORDER 'n the Cbanctry Court, chicka- sauba District, Mittisitippi Count;, Arkanta*. Nola Mae Jolly, Ptf. vs. No. 14,190 Harold Jolly. Dlt. The defendant, Harold Jolty, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the cantlon hereof and answer th* complaint of the plaintiff, Nola Mae Jolly. DatM this M day O t September, 1652. Harvey Morris. Cleric By Cherry Sue Barnes, D. C. C. p. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad lltem. 8-27UO-4-11-18 Cape Conquers Carufhersville Tiger* Lest 13-12; Have Ball on One-Foot Line at End CAPE GIRARDBAU--Caruthers- vllle s Tigers continued to .play in hard luck here list night and lost to Cape Olrardeau, 13-12 ,v. Bl £. for a whlle « '°°ked as If the Tigers might accomplish something no other Caruthersvllle team has ever done—defeat Cape Girar- Por n-hen the final whistle blew, Cravens, Tiger halfback, had just been downed on the Cape one-foot line. A break set up Cape's first score when the Tigers lost possession a fumble on their, own 24. Roberts and Brenneck rammed to the eight and from there the latter went over for the touchdown Howell missed the extra point. Caruthersville came right back to score when Gallian passed to Cunningham who moved t o the ca- ruthersvllle 45. Prom this point, York Hughes raced 55 yards for the touchdown Franks missed the extra point and the quarter ended, 6-6. Another break led to Cape's final tally when Brenneck, in the final minutes of the first half, Intercepted on the Caruthersville 24 and scampered across. Howell added the extra point and pape took a 13-6 halftime lead Just prior to the end of the third quarter. Cravens passed, to Summers from the Cape 20 1o the two' rrom which point Cravens crashed In the final seconds of the game Cravens and Hughes battered the Cape line to the three. And as the game ended, Cravens B as stopped Just one foot short of another six points.' - . Last week, -the ,Tigers lost to Dexter, 20-1B, when the gsme ended with Caruthersville on Dexter's four. CarutherSTllle Pos. Cape Girardeao Cromer LE Masterson Gregory Greer Jordan Going McQill Cunningham "ialllon Hughes Summer Cravens LG C RO BT RE QB HB HB FB Howel! Heuring Mackey Hinds Waldrup Dietlker Miller Roberts Brenneck * Substitutions: Caruthersville — Castleberry, McClanahan, Pranks DePriest, Chilton, nnd Johnson. ' Boxing Match Booked.on Wrestle Card The Welch Brothers, Red Roberts and Bill canny are going to take heir wrestling feud'to the boxing ring Monday night. * Booked us the main event of the American Region's wrestling bouts at MSmorial Auditorium Is » tifhl o the finish tag boxing bout with Joe and Roy welch opposing Roberts and Canny. ' AH four of the wrestlers will wear boxing gloves and aside from that rules governing the bout will be he same as those for a regulation r.g wrestling bout. Only two will M allowed in the ring at the same ime and when one desires to leave he ring he must tag his partner. The team that wins two out of hree rounds will be declared the winner. There will be no time limit, meaning that the rounds will not be timed as in regular boxing matches. And Just to get the boj-s fn the mood for the boxing event Promoter Mike Meroney hM also Until up two one-fMl wrestling bouts as' preliminaries to the bo*ln? card In these Joe Welch will meetRob- irts and Roy Welch will taXe on In the Chancery CMrt, sawba District, Mississippi Comity, "Arkansas. Emily Wailin, Ptf, Earl Wallin, Dft. The defending tu] Wallin, U hereby warned to appear within thirty day* In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the Wallin. Ihs. M d4/ Of ORDER In the Chancery Coart, Chlrka- sawba f>lstrict. Mississippi Ctnnlj. Arkansas. Beltje Connell, Ptf. »•• No. Hit* Elmo Connell, Dft. The defendant. Elmo Connell, 1« hereby warned to appear Rlthin thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer tht complaint of the plaintiff, B«ttn Connell. IHW4 thla 24 d»y ftf 8«p«*mb«r, 1932, , «artey Morfls, Cltrk By Laverne Ball. D, 0. C. fr. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Id B. Cook, atty. ad lliem. 927-10.4-11-11 1952. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Cherry Sue Barnes, D. 0. C. P. Cooper, atty. for ptf. ,«». They're Making a Liar of Our Friend, Webster, in Jonesboro . " r 't Webst « r ' YOU, sir, are » our. For thew many years I U " " authorlty ln word On pagea 57J »nd bridged dictionary, Second Edition, 1»M, you led me to believe that tlie word "de-emphBilt 1 ' meant to take emphasis away from <jr, In the term of newspaper lingo, to play down. 3ut no«', aceorditig to the spoils de-emphasii supposedly being carried on by some of our schools some- me has erred us to the meanina of he word and it must be you, sir. Our Jriende to the south and west n the city known as Jonesboro. for e«mple, »»y they are de-emphas- ng football. Their coach said a ouple of months ago that he didn't »vor the resumption of the football )!ayon system because such a plan did not fit Into his school's de-emphasis program,' But evidently, Mr. Veuster. he has a different' and more modern meaning of the word Kan you. To qualify this statement, sir, I will quote from the records: in Jonesboro's last three football lames the team coached by this iame man has defeated Pocahon- as 33-7, Helena 55-1 and Newport 54-7.. That's » total of 142 points scored in three games. If you will pardon my saying so. sir. that doesn't sound like they are taking much away, from themselves, that is. And in spile of the fact this coach ;upposedly looks upon tlie state >layoffs with dbfavor there is much )ig talk in (hat fair city of Jonesboro going [o Ihe playoffs. That. Mr, Webster, in my humble opinion s belielng your definition of de-emphasis, So, sir. If you will pardon my inso- ence.-I request that the word either be stricken from your lengthy vo- abulary or you re-write the deim- tion. SPORTS IN SPURTS The Paps' -jr-icored on record h n° more, After kwpi w their Iteal line uncrossed throufh H str.itht omes the Paragould Bullpup, broke the spell Thursday niithi. And, needle-u to say, il didn't set ton wrll with the playert. Thcr« was scarcely a dry eye at hAlftlme «f lh« c»me. In far! (he b.wlinf started before (he pl.vtrs left the field during the intermission. But to Coach Harold Sfockten the touchdown brnuht welcome relief from a bit of pressure , . . "l'.rn clad It's over," he commented after the Kame. "Now maybe'these teams will <juit pointing for i>« so much." . . . "And It had to «ome," he went un, "and I don't know of anyone I had rather s« break my streaV than Parafould. They have a cood team." ... But the Papt needn't feel loo Badly ahout being scored on. They still have a - munificent record, undefeated in 11 straight games and in their lajt 18 tames they have given up but 31 points while »-lnninjr 16 and lostnr two ... • R. C. Alkn. the ex-Chick who Is now footballing at Vandrrbllt, Is oil to mother irood start this fall. H. C. has been elected offensive captain of the Commodores and in last week's same with Norlhwesfern he scored two of (he Commodores' three touchdowns . . . Another ex-Chick, Jack Elllotl, Is playing with a service team In Japan this fall. Reports are that Jack plans to enter a larger college when he ls discharged from the Air Forte. He played for Arkansas Tech prior to his enlistment ... Osceola Holds Rugged Bartlett, Tenn., to 6-6 Tie • .• •': BARTLETT, Tenn. — Osceola's Seminoles played their est game of the year here last night and tied a tough Bart- ettteam, 6-6, in a game marred by penalties. Bartlett.scored first on a highly isputed play. In the first quarter, Osceola had punt blocked on Its 30 with Bart ett recovering on the Seminole 2i", ,Bartlett got a first down on the emlnole 11 and' four" plays later, ie referee ruled a touchdown. Controversy arose as to whether he back fell on the goal line bt- ore or after the whistle blew end- ng the play. Don'Dunn, who was injured in le fourth period and was under bservation In Campbell's Clinic, today, scored the Semi- ole's only marker when he raced cross on a wide end sweep from even yards out. His run capped a Seminole-drive hich began when Osceola recov- red a Bartlett fumble alter the econd .hfilf ktcXoff and marched I yards. Two other Osceola drives carried side the 20. One was stopped by penalty, the other when the Sem- noles failed by Inches to make a rsl down on the Bartlett 15. Standing out for the Seminoles ere hftlftack Russell Thompson, nd Kenny Cole, guard Dowell arlun and tackles Billy Hill and ed Nunally. Dunn wns the Scminoles' back- eld star until he received a neck ijury in the fourth period. He was not unconscious and the njury was not believed to be seri- is. Couches Duklc speck and Billy tail took him to the hospital when e complained of prolonged pain In is neck. sceola helton unally r]fln ittie /arhurst ill ole ogerj i hompson tlllwell ilnn Substitutes: OsceolA — Ehumakcr, urch; Burnett — Hays, Davis, oyte, Pensinger, Johnson, Hall, eiiom. Pos. LE LT LG C RG RT RK <SB MB HB FB Bartled Watson Irvln Alston Hall Graves Hamrick Thompson Stalls Price Waldron Lomax Dunn in Memphis Hospital; Extent Of Injury Unknown MEMPHIS W — Donald G. burin, 18-year-old OsceoU, Ark., High School fullback who scored his want's only touchdown last night, was In A hosplul here today unable to move his right leg. Hospital attache* said it had not been determined whether Dunn suffered a brain Injury that caused temporary paralysis, or only badly bruised leg muscles. They uld that in either case he probably would be all right in » few d»y«. Dunn MS Injured »hen h* smosned through th« Bartlett, renn.. High School 'line to tally his team's lone score. The game ended in a D-6 tie. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock [Kirby Drug Stores Luxor a Tops Shawnee by - ; 37-74 Count JOINSR—Luxora's._flred-up Panthers were too rmteh "for Shawnee's crippled Indians here last night and the Luxora club waltwd to a 31-14 victory. ' With quarterback Gentry sparking the offense, the Panthers rolled up a 19-0 halftime lead and stayed in front the rest "of the way. B. Tate got things tolling'when he scored on a pass fror.i Gentry. They play covered 28 yards. About three plays later, Gentry intercepted a Shawnee toss and romped 55 yards to score. Passes Successful Toles was Gentry's next, targef as he scored on a »-ynr<l pass play. In the third stanza, Toles look a pitchout from Gentry and. behind beautiful blocking, went 55 yards to. score. R. Tate put the finishing touches on Llixora's scoring in the fourth quarter when he smashed over from one yard- out. Shawnee used the arm of its quarterback, Brewer, to tally all its points. In the third quarter, Bowcn hauled down d pass and scoroH <% n a 45- yard play. Br6**er's neat touchdoWn pass was good for about 57 yards and wns pulled down by'Mahoney. Billie Felts, first-string Shawnee fullback, sat out most of the game with an Injury, He appeared in spots and was the Indians' only consistent ground gainer. Goudeaux Indian center, was the big man In the line on defense, Shawnee Lvxora W']*" 1 L.E Smlih Buddy Felts ., 1,.T .Bennett s P e( * -. L.G Hollmgcr Goudeaux .... c. .. conninghRrh Samons ...... H, o Barch Bradshaw .... K.T. ,.. Bradbcrry * c « R.E StovMI Brew « Q-B Gentry Mahohfey .... H.B B Tate Harrison .... H.B Toles Sulcer ........ p.B R. fate Substitutes — Shawnee: Aliens- worth. Battle. Owattney. Hill, LaForge, aeymore, Shannon, Rogers Billle FtlU. UiSora-B. Holllrtgef! Jacksoft, Tucker, Woolvcrton Notre Dame Scores Share Wealth Program for TV m*i.t „ u.^,1... , a -.,.i it WI..T a l ;s£r,.:srz;rrzr,':.'' Vet Umpire Disgusted; 'Had Enough/ He Barks of By GAYtE TALBOT i umpire wns helping I mslit the World Seri «P front ended and we s between the . "Enjoyed it?" he barked, cans-* ng it passersby to jump In quick alarm. "Did you ever tvy standing out there In the sun for three hours at a lime without even a drink of water and with a lot of young smart alecs trying to use you as in alibi because they don't know low to piny ball?" We conceded readily (hat the experience was one wa hart missed over the years. "Well," the arbiter friend said Tlmly, "you're *just lucky and don't know it. These three-hour tames arc killing me and I'm get- Ing out. Tnere's easier ways of making a living, nnd I've found nyself one. I've loved the game a ong- time, but not 'this much." It wns suggested that all umpires had been urged to speed up he games, If necessary to crack down hard on the more dilatory managers nnd pitchers. Were they icrhnps partly at fault? "No," the umpire said resigned- y. "All of us hnve really tried (o peed them up this season, but we flui-.d \vn were butting our heads against a brick wall. ... Ornery Tricks "You can't realize unless you're out there with them every day how many litlle ornery tricks some managers have of slowing down a rue when their pitcher isn't gong too. good. Wo try to speak to hem about it arid all we get back s some foul language telling us (o rriiid our own business. - ' "Watch some of-4hem when their pitcher gels in trouble. First the ntcher goes out to talk with him. Then, alter a bit, the infielders gather around for some more con- •ersation. Finally, after a suitable Ime, the manager ambles nut and waves in another pitcher. ' ''All the time we know he's gong to make a change. We might even have heard the first pitcher isk for help. But the manager wants his reliever to get in another 'ew tosses. One agmo I worked tilts 'ear they called for 'the ball 66 imcs by actual count. We can't deny thorn the privilege. On one 3)Ub it's a set policy for the catcher to gq out and say a few words *0 his pitcher every time the count ;ets long. You might have noticed that it's become absolutely "staaclnrd practice for n batter to step out of tiic- box when the cuorit reaches of the box when the qctuut reaches 3 and 2 on him. It's 'supposed (o throw the pitcher off stride, or something. They've thought up a hundred ways of dragging out n game and the pitcher Is only one of the offenders." Latin Movie Completed By Belgian Director BRUSSELS W> _• Entcrnrlslmt Belgian documentary film director Gaston Vernaillcn recently released what is claimed to be the first Latin talking picture In movie history, "Aspects of Imperial Rome of tne Fourth Century". "I thought it would be interesting to provide students and specialists vvith a tool. My film links a vlsunl theme, Rome's fourth century splendor reconstructed, with.on auditive Interest, a Latin commentary," snirt Vcrnaillen. " French and Dutch translations are being made available. When the Latin Version of the picture Is shown, spectators will he given the text in advance to acquaint themselves with It. Unique "star" of this 24-minute long production Is a 358-square- foot plaster model of the fourth century capital of the Roman Empire. There are no actors in the film. High School Football County BlylhevlHe B 21, Ksiser 7 Osceola G, Bartlett, Tenn., t Lvixora 31. Shawnee H Birte 20, Wilson,6 State Tine Bluff 52, El Dorado 94 Hope 28, Hot Springs Little Rock 81. Ft. Smith 0 North Little Rock 32, Russellvllle 0 Texarkana 27, Magnolia 6 Hanison 7, Alma 7 (tie) Bcnton 38, Bauxite 7 Berryville 27, Lincoln 7 Balesvllle 13, Bald Knob e Jacksonville 61, Beebe 0 Bismarck 38, Puller 0 Brinkley 7, Helena 7 (tie) Barton 40, Hickory Ridge « Catholic of Little Rock 21, Conway Heber Springs 0, -Clinton 0 (tie) Carlisle 34, Lonoke 0 Star City 7, Crossett 6 DeQueen 32, Arkadelphia 0 Greenwood 26, Dardnnelle 25 Ozark 32, Danville 13 Dlei'ks 27, Strong 6 England 20. Watson Chapel 7 Hamburg 25, Eudora 19 Tulsa Okla., Central 32, Fayette- vdle 0 Forrest, City 20, Marlanna 19 Hmaekover 38, Fordyce 7 Sheridan 12, Fail-view 7 pumas 45, Gould '0 Rogers 19, Huntsvllle 13 Atkins 12, Hartford 6 Clarendon 49,- Hnzcn 19 Holly.Grove 47, Hazen 19 Hughes 38, Parkin 0 Jonesboro 41, Memphis Catholic 0 Carhdcri 27, Malvcrn 0 Booneville 120, Mansfield 0 Morniton 14, Clarksville 0 Paris 13, Mena fi Mabelvale 12, Cnbot 12 Deaf School 13, Magnet Newport 41, Augusta 6 Norphlet 14, Slarhps 7 Pnrngould 12, Walnut Ridge r 7 Nashville ^7, Prescott 13 • Searcy 26, McCrory 2 Sprlngdale 14, Tahlequah, Okls. 13 Van Bureu 20, Benlonvllle il Subiaco "3, Waldron' 6 Stuttgart 27, Wynne 0 Lakeside 10, Bryant H Gurdon 3B, Murfreesboro 7 i Cotton Plant 7, Marvel! 0 DeWitt 33, Warren 0 Lakt Village 19, Dermott Beorden B 37, Camden B Southeast Missouri Dexter 42, Chaftee 0 Maiden 7, Huyli 6 Portagcvllle 34, E. Prairie Stkcston 33, Kennett 0 Oape Glrardeau 13, Caruthersville 12 Cairo. 111., 12, Metropolis, 111., 7 Charleston 26, PlRgott 13 Poplar Bluff 6, Jackson, Mo., 0 Krause said yeslerdav the membership has been klerted (tie) Cove 12 14 Colonial 'Cowboy' Is Being Discouraged WASHINGTON ffi — The "drug itore cowboy" has been around a long time, says the American Phar- nuceutfcnl Association. In delving. into the history of pharmacy In America, which Is a century old this year, the association found (hat In liSie the select- Hen of. Boston ordered "for the benefjt of the apothecary Davlce .hat a payle, or fence, be erected lefore his liall window." This was, says the association, to discourage oungers and free readers. William Davice of Boston was the irst recorded pharmacist In this I country, the association says. R. C FARR & SONS Distributor* Kerosene j^JTjmjTy Tractor LeeTir« {nHE&|j Lee Tire « PETROLEUM ^^^^^ PRODUCTS "Swing the Public for 20 Years" Phone 45«7 400 So. Railroad St Phoflfe 4567 ARENA BLYTHEVILLE LEGION Monday, Oet, 13 8:15 p.m. ^* Boxing Tag Match Adults SOt—Children 15« hl to finish with gloves—No time limit best 2 out of 3 falls JOE & ROY WELCH vs. ROBERTS & CANNY Also 2 1-Fall Matches 30 Minute tlm* Limit Roy Welch v*. Canny Joe Welth vi. Roberts h'. 1f. 5 Map-am would b« - mitted at Ihe next annual convention, Krause said the pjart which he described a: "Immgral, illegal, H n- Amerlcan and socialistic" proiiably would be whipped Intq shape at a meeting of the NQA< un and g of the NQA<\ cqunel executive committee In Chien go Monday through Thursday At Ne\ v York, Asa; director of television for the NPA.A, said Ihe proposal had been contemplated by the group aj a !onr range approach to meet the prqp- leni of allocating huge, receipts which might .develope In a few years '( faojball .video is- placed on a pay-as-you-watch basis. ."Commgniiles" "It doesn't make any difference whether such a plan develops In a year or two, It looVs like It will' go through and it is our stand that it is communistic," said Krause. Notre Dame and Pennsylvania have led major opposition to the NCAA's present policy of controlled football television. The re- strioled program of the past two seasons was a financial blow to Notre Dame which previously had televised all home football games. '"I'm not only speaking for the president of Notre Dame and myself, but also for other schools " asserted Krause. "This is gotn* a little too far. . "On the same basis, why should not endowments and state legislative funds for colleges be split among all the schools. • "Some schools have both material wealth and prestlfe. We at Noire Darne have only prestige and that belongs as much to -us as does material wealth' to other schools. "This program Invades our private right by encroaching on prestige we have spent 100 years build- Ins up. ."If thetr plan Is right (to split TV receipts), let them split all football gate : receipts, too. Krause denied a rumor he had been reprimanded by school officials -for recent ^comments on the NCAA program. ' Harrison; High Wins 59-6 Tilt .Harrison High's Dragons won their third game of the season last night when they rolled over Osceola's Tigers, 59-8 at Osceola. - The Dragons broke the ice/when -they scored- on s pass play- from fullback Long ;to «nd . Williams Strickland added the extra point. From that point on, the Dragons weren't to be stopped.' Williams scored three, Bell two, Sanders two.'Pettigrew oner Lone one-and C. Clark made good on three extra points. " 'The Dragons meet Douglas' of Memphis at Memphis Thursday afternoon. In the Ice Ages it is believed that eight, million square miles of Europe' and North America. wer» covered by deep deposits of" ice. BLYTHEVILLE MON. OCT. - —• T mmm^mmm 20 FAIRGROUNDS Aus. SHRINK CLUB Til §16 OHl AM Iff | flUStt HCTft mi ISO CIRCUS ARTISTS fROM All PARTS OF 12 ACRES ttNTj^-»tV 250 WILD ANIMALS nWlUDlrto A 6KAMt i HMoroUMUt IS — JLiPHANTS^IS 600-PEOPLE—400 $1,700,000 INVESTED $7,400 DAtlY EXPENSiS tv«V MoliNiN* Ar I i A. 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