The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 16, 1952 · Page 12
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GE TWKLVB Paps Battle Beefy Newport Team Here Tonight at 8:00 Texas, Duke Tech, Vols Are Liked UCLA, Sooners And Spartans Also Favored By IIAROI.n CLAASSKN NEW YORK If, - Once U|,on j lime Ihere was a llllle glr] who al ways wore a red dress, coat and hat. She wns known as Little Ret Elding Hood. One Saturday aflcr noon she went Into the woods lo visit her grandmother—and misset all the football scores. But she missed nothing, she had read these predictions and Anew how all the games would come out (Last week's record 44 correct 12 Incorrect for .786. The .186 also Is ttio season's average.) Michigan State over Syracuse: The Spartans, no matter which of his three tennis Coach Biggie Munn plnys, have been voted the natlon'fi best. .Syracuse, possibly the East's best, should make it interesting. Maryland over Navy: Two unbeaten neighbors, and you know there Is no brawl like a neighborhood brawl, Oklahoma over Kansas: Primarily from habit. The Big Seven title ndee on this one, California over Santa Clara: Cnl- Hornla's great buck Is Johnny Olszewski, nicknamed Johnny o. After IhU game they will chant It "Oh Johnny!" Georgia Tech over Auburn 1 Thosa Georgia Engineers are out to build a perfect season. Duke over North Carolina Stale: Hardly more than a workout. UCLA over Stanford: UCLA's defense, with Donn Mooninw ns the big man, has yielded only Iwo touchdowns in .the first four games Purdue over Notre Dame 1 Mr Dale Samuels lo fill the air with footballs. Southern California over Oregon Slate: The Trojnns appear (o hnve po-.vsr enough lo alny the Jinx which so often hatnpcrs California teams in the Northwest. Pittsburgli over Army: Two surprise winners of last Saturday collide. The Cadets not deep enough lo corral the Panthers. ' Texas over Arkansas: The Longhorns to pull themselves together after the Oklahoma debacle. Ynle over Cornell: This is the TV game of Ihe week and (ha Ynle sophomores will Uke full advantage of it. The otfiers: East: Holy Cross over Brown Colgate over Harvard. Coast Guard over Ainherst. Princeton over Lafayette, Penn Stale over Nebraska Pcnn over Columbia, Qimntico Marines over Forrtham, Dartmouth over Bulgers, Trinity over Colby Williams over Bowdoin. Rochcsler over Vermont. Boston University over William & Mary. Midwest: Mnrquctte over Arizona, Colorado over Iowa stale Detroit over Drake. Illinois over Minnesota. Michigan over Norlh- Both Teams Undefeated; Visitors' Line Is Big If records and weights mean anything, the Newport Grcypups will present the most .serious challenge the Blyllic- viile Junior High Papooses have faced in years/ . . western, Missouri over Oklahoma A & M, Wichita over Miami of Ohio, Indiana over Temple, Ohio State over Washington State Wisconsin over Iowa, Tulsa over Kansas State. ' • South: Tennessee over Alabama Florida over Validerbllt, LSU over Georgia, George Washington over Virginia Tech, Mississippi stale over Kentucky, Tulane over Mis- sIssiMippi, Virginia over Virginia Military, West Virginia over Washington & Lee, Wake Forest over North Carolina. Somlnvcst: Baylor over Texas Tech. Southern Methodist over Rice. Texas Chrlsthm over Texas A & M. Far West: Colorado A i: M over Montiinu, Wyoming over New Mexico, Idaho ov.-r North Dakota Stale, Washington over Oregon, Utah over Denver. McHan Is Listed Doubtful Starter Steers Also Have Injuries Which May Hamper Defense By The Associated |' rf ., s Southwest Conference elc vens lacked off on duty trailing today ns they prepared for the first big week end of conference game* Injuries stilt plagued the University of Texas. Rice Instiluti- Texns Christian. Southern Methodist anil the University of Arkansas. Only Baylor and Texas A,tM were sure of top strength in Saturday's Raines. TCU's Progs were given a scvcn- lolnt bulge over nice at Houston n their game while the odds-makers rated Texas a Beven-noint favorite over Rice at Houston, Coach Otis Douglas sent his Ar- cnnsas Hnzorbacks through intensive drills yesterday and then called off contact work for Ihe rest of he week. He told the Hogs (he outcome of their gnme with Texas Jrobnbly hinged on their defensive At M After Win Hazorbnck quarterback La mar Mcfiiin, hurt in Arkansas' victory over Bnylor last week, wns still a doubtful stnrter against Texas. Texas Aggie Coach Rny George :rlUed his charges on TCU's plays 11 an attempt to get bnek In the win column n/ter successive losses to Kentucky and Michigan Slate. At Waco, Coach George Saner iad his Baylor Bears polishing their aerial same for their non-confci 1 - nce tussle with Texas Tech at Lubbock. The disappointing Texas Long- lorns, losers to Notre Dame and Jklnhoma in their last two ont- ngs, suffered another Jolt Tucs- ny when Defensive Tackle Clifford ^olk was injured. It was learned estcrdny thnt Polk would be out. for he rest of the season. He has » oinpoiind fracture of a finger. Texas Conch Ed Pile/- conccn- lated on defensive work In the last scrimmage of- the week. The Texas i ne leaked like n sieve against Ihe i inoners Inst week. ' SMU worked on pass defense pre- i nring for the Hicc Owls nnd saw lellar end Doyle Nix sprain an nkle. He hnd to be helped from he field. Tnckie Lou Miller may not e able lo play against Rice, cith- r. He has a chnrlev horse TCU Spirited Rice, meanwhile, held Us second long, rug[>cd scrlmmnge of the week without Fullback ami Punter Kosse Johnson in the lineup. He bruised his knee Tuesday and Bob Grn- brcgbt wns being readied for his fullback post. Coach Jess Necly tried Buzzy Brynn nnd Buddy Grniitham at defensive half, a poet which hns been an Owl sore spot this season. Conch Dutch Meyer wns henrtnn- ed by a spirited Tuesday scrimmage by liis defending champion Texas Christnn smmd nnd slacked up on work yesterday. Defensive End Johnny Crouch, with a 'throat nll- ment, and Halfback John Hnvville, watched the workouts from the sidelines. Hnmlle. hurt in last week's Trinity game, is a virtual cinch not to see nclion against the Tcxns Aggies. undoi- Haley Field's lights tonight at 8 o'clock. Homecoming ceremonies will be- Rln at 7:30 when Captain Freddie Akcrs will crown Junior Football Queen Nnncy Estcs. Special guests will be I.lnda Taylor, the first Junior Hlijb football riueen, and Onll Whltsltt, second student lo Lear the football queen* The Pap t will i ie aitt to protect nn 11-gnnic win record which began i In 1850. They've only been scored on i once, by Pnrnijould Inst week In those II contest.'!. The Grcypups, coached by Hal Stand!, brother of Hlythcville Line Conch Bill stancll, nre ar.va-.iny but pups. Line nl 170 Their line will average 170 pounds ami is especially heavy n£ tnckle i and gunnl slots, Not only bin, the Oreypups must oe able to move, too. They have won three games! themselves and have given up but' two touchdowns. They hold wiiw over Ausiista 4KO, Jonesboro, 13-7, nnd Mcdrory.' Behind the big line, Conch Stan- BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.) COUBIER JUNIOR HIGH KOVAI.TY _ Nancy Eslcs (top row center) Blytheville Junior High School's football queen takes time out for a pre-gnme pose with her court. She will be crowned tonight in ceremonies preceding the Papoose-Newport game at Haley Field. Attending Queen Nancy will be front row (left.to right) - Mary Beth Marr, and Mary Elizabeth Abbolt. Second row _ Rose Childrcss Gail Brogdon, D. B. WyJie'who has been chosen "Miss Blytheville Junior High, and Elizabeth Brister. Top row - Mclba Jones, Susan Moore, Kay Jobe and charlene Boney. (Courier New, rhoto) Luxoro Favored Over Marion LUXOR A — coach Charles Johnsons undefeated Luxora Panthers are odds— on favorites to cop their fifth straight seasonal win here Friday as tney take on the Marion Tartans in their annual Homecoming affair. The game, an afternoon event, is scheduled to start at 2 p.m.. following ceremonies. queen crowning Marlon rates the underdog role manly on their season record, ^hlch Is winless. The Tartans have dropped four straight games in os many encounters. The Panthers, Mississippi Coun™ . mOSt , SUr P rl5ll >e aggregation, are expected to win their first Musial Wins Slugging Title NEW YORK OP)-stan Musial of the St. Louis Cards and Cleveland's Larry Doby are wearing the 1852 major league .slugging crowns today. Final figures calculated by The Associated Press reveal that Musial accumulated 311 total bases In 518 at bals to pace the National League sluggers with a .638 average. Doby, producing 281 total bases in 619 trips to the plate, topped the American League with a .541 slugging percentage.' are pronounced fit and ready, de- home Sftllt 0 , 7" thefr " rst SP "* ta>»'« wbtehTn. tap »ume«imingj.iit In louryeara. and senior starters sidelined. Probable Storting Lineups— .VT . Rounsavnll (118) Vcach UGOJ Hall (145) ....'.' Handle (135) ..." Turner (135.1 or Huffman' Vail (1301 Bratchcr (121i .......'.'.' Jones (H5) "_ Akers (1(0) ..." Abbott (155) \\\\ Stephens (HO) ......... I'os. , L.K. . L.T. L.O. . C. . R.E. H.B. NEWPORT awlmes (150) . Lewis (205) Welch (165) Landru.n (200) Brownstein (105) McDonald (145) Byrd (12 ^ ,^ rtS (HO) Bobbins (135) bacl/s of Duck Population Said Greatest in 20 Years ,, " ' YORK w - t to Blyth v l 3 8-,x, U nd aveg , nert OBrtw • startlnu j us i n ve pounds less than that fl E urc. The Pnti lineup will be mirth the same ns it has been all year. Only doubtful spot in the lineup is at guard where cither 'miner of Huff man will start. Jones. Akers, Abbolt and Sleph'«. the Pnps' reliable backfieid cjuniieC-, nre ready to go. The Pnps hold victoric.i this vcnr over Reiser, Marked Tree, carulh- ersville and Pnrn B ould. Read Courier News Classified Ads. New Fishing Venture SINGAPORE wi—Malayan Pish- ins Industries Ltd., a new colony fishing organization, is to start operations shortly with two modern trailers. Containing the lateit. fishing equipment, they will be piloted by Chinese muster lisbermcn. of last '" Canada ** tvvl<:e " lat But he Is nuick to point out that the factors which produced this big duck crop may not be repeated for another 20 years nnd-"l)ial our conservation efforts must be continued." Cartivrlght says the fair weather in Mny and June on the Canadian breeding grounds Is one of Hie main reasons for the huge supply Another Is the -abnormally large brood count. In some cases, lie said duck experts saw families with as in.lny as eight young. He reported that the mass migration of ducks started Wednesday and thnt a. young blizzard, complete with high Minds nnd falling temperatures, swept the prairie lands yesterday. . Season On The hunting season nlrendy I 3 on In the northern states of the Atlantic, Mississippi nnd central flyways nnd In (he state of Idaho Wyoming, Nevada. Utah nnd Washington, which make up the Pacific flywny with Idaho, opened -their season today. Bag limits In llic Atlantic and Mississippi flysvnys permit the hunter to shoot four birds in one day nnd to hnve eight In his possession. Tiie figures nre 5 and 10 respectively. In the central ares' Oil (.he const the hunters may shoot six a dny but nre not permitted to possess more than MX birds, unless two nre either Widgeons or Pin-tails. Then they are permitted eight. The Widgeons and Pin-tnils hnve been raiding western grain farms nnd thus have been mstie bonus 1 birds. ! In Washington, director Albert M. Dny of the fish ntirt wild life service repeated today that lie cx- Head Courier News Classified Ads. I SEEIN- THINGS — This isn'l n two-headed football player Its just a conlrnsl in size between two University of Day- 1cm, O., stars. In front is Dick Miyata, 230-pound Hawaiian guard. Peeping over his shoulder is Bobby (Ramblin 1 ) lieck- cr, an extraordinary 153-pound scatbnck from Toledo. (NEA) California much larger than at this time lust year. He snid drought conditions in „ North Dakota and part of Maul-I *j toba nnd Saskatchewan In Canadi had resulted in smaller productioi of ducks in that area than hai been expected. "But thnt was the only area nn patently, in which production' wn off," nay nddcd. He snid it wns too early In th season, especially in view of th good weather thnt had prevailed to say how the migrations are mov ing out of the northern Canadian provinces. In North Dakota, he said h was disappointed In the number o birds but, In Wisconsin, he said li found there had been a good flMu He snid South Dakota nlso reported more birds. Big Killer Bear Eludes Trap CHOTEAU. Mont. (/PJ-A plunder ing kflier hns been stalking Hi outlying arens of this quiet town Authorities believe the murderer o 32 sheep in a week Is a grizzly bea because it'killed six bucks during one night—something that a black or brown bear would not do. V. S. Government Trapper Romy Mccallum found a Inrge track h believes is a griz/lys. Traps ant decoys hnve so far proved lo n avail agninst the wary bear. When local men went nflcr him at night . the bear disappeared When two sheep were put out ns decoys, the bear killed the sheep while rain forced the hunters to seek shelter. Harvard Increases Aid to Students CAMBRIDOE. Mass. (/P) — Hnr- vard College undergraduates wll participate in nearly a million dollars worth of scholarships. loans and part-time employment in thp Pects flights of d-ucks Vita .'aVtoi^Vfrrr, 1 '' '£ !" rgCSl ""be larger than last vear. n" • ,, ,' mancl -'-l ald-m the col- Day (OKI a reporter that good | ^fu^T Bender, dean of Ad--»•"•-»•• IIL<\L £1>UL| weather in the Canadian provinces and northern states up to about Oct. 7 hnd resulted In n delayed migration. But he said he saw'no reason to change the forecast he made in August. Drought Hurl Why is Everybody Cheering G*iesedieck Bros. CRiM.OM L.CHT UACIP B«« •MOWMCI! HO*. MUWMT M., »,. to«W «, J*^ Just back from a field trip which '.ool; him into North Dakota and other states. Day snid he hart reports of concentrations of ducks hi missions and Financial Aids, snvs that $623.000 are earmarked BS scholarship aid to 1,045 student? 700 students working porters, in dining halls ar d - oravlcs and olher Jobs nre expected to earn SI75.0(H1. Long-term student loans are another major Item More than one-third of Harvard's 4-150 undergraduates will be assisted bv the program. IB AGAIN I The Favorite Premium Straight Whisky In fhe United Stales! Central Wins Y Tilf, 7-6 Central's gridiron warriors staged a fourth period comeback to win a 1-6 victory over a fighting Yarbro eleven in "Y" Grade 'school league play at Little Park yesterday afternoon. It was one of the best games ol the season, with both teams showing flashes of eootl tackling and blocking. Neither team wns able to thrent- cn seriously in the first half Early in the third quarter, Jimmy Bruce passed to Raymond Saenz in the lint and he shed a couple of tacklers and outran the secondary for 26 yards and the touchdown. On the ensuing kickoff, Central's Tex turner received the ball nnd returned to Ihe 36 but fumbled ns he was tackled and Yarbro recovered. With a quick first down it appeared that Ynrbro might be on the way again, but Central's defence stiffened. On fourth down, central got its chance as a bad pass from center eluded Bruce nnd he had to fall on the ball, on bis mm 30 Prom that point Central rolled lor the TD. with James Marshall skirting rightj end to the a. Turner sneaked over for the score On the extra point, Turner faked , J , u ...,. 1 j. m nci lance to Marshall going into the line and then slid off tackle behind excellent blocking for the winning point Blytheville B's On Road Tonight Aftei' their second victory of the season. Conch Jimmy Fisher's Bly- thevuie High School B team travels f i Hickory Ridge. Ark., tonight The Bees scheduled the game yesterday morning. The Bees posted their first win of the season last week when thev subdued Keiser. 21-7. DAIRY CATTLE SALE ARKANSAS STATE COLLEGE HANGAR BUILDING Friday, October 24, 1952—1:00 o'clock «,», I n° r ' l "i' 0 P . r ° Vide facilill ' es '°r * herd of Jerseys we have recently purchased, we are forced to Dispose of the larger part of • ZM^^ ^'", d - Thm:£ore ' ™> "re offering for sate at publtc c»«le° 6 blM " °" Ocl0ber 24 ' 1052 ' tllc ">»»*»« 8 REGISTERED JERSKY COWS 18 GRADE JERSEY COWS *i e »lV Itae?' 26 C " m "' freS " ° r Wi " "* h "^ 5 " ril "«r. 2 REGISTERED GUERNSEY COWS 6 GRADE GUERNSEY COWS dispo :; in e f «» Guernseys In our herd In order to ° Ur l " E and ""^"menl programs. One of has recen 10 JERSEY HEIFERS, ONE YEAR OR OLDER uf^V-f br ™ d " OW tnr '"sh" 1 '"' "«t fall. Some of UKSC hc.f«rs were artificially sire.l and (he others are daughters of Arkansas Stale College herd balls.' 20 HEIFERS, UNDER ONE YEAR Here I, an opportunity to secure some fine young addl- i.om to your herd at nominal cost. These heifer, were ri "« by Arkansij State Colle B e bull!. . d !nsil ' e thc Han)tar , located on She Arkansas State College ANCEL SANDERSON — AUCTIONEER Come Early And Visit Our Farm and Campus! The Agrl Club Will Operate A Refreshment Stand REMEMBEB-I3 co ws w l|] f reshell shor il y; before w a ««r sale date. BLYTHEVILLE'S GREATEST EXHIBITION AND SELLING OF GUNS KENTUCKT S1RHISHT «OU«eON WHISHT CAtLT TIMI1 DltTULIlr CO., tOUIiVILLI 1, XINTUCKY FRIDAY & SATURDAY Oct. 17 & 18 217 W. Main FREE! J. C. HJGGSNS MODEL "30 to .22 Automate ROTe W ;.J *. exhibition of all time. You'll fit "" ^^ Make a date to brows* ection of guns at your catalog sales offTcV. BUY ON SfARS MSY TfftMS -K.m.mlxr. Ill ihtM luni »r. Hil.d In 5«.r«' MWloj. You m,y dl.pl.v (exctpt l n «»t »htr« MU). You m.y p.y «,h l( you wirf,. But. . n y of th So don t let l.ck ot i«.dy cnh deprlvt you o[ t h. pL.^n i* lh« fun jou hivt •!»•«>« winl>«. •M> 217 W. Main St.

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