The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1950 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, September 22, 1950
Page 7
Start Free Trial

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER M, 19M BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN- Chicks Invade Poplar BluH Tonight-Detroit Tigers Move Into First P lace Ire Clash of Offense Power Expected Trib«'t Notre Dam* ' Box to b« Matched Against Split T •'"•-, . fifihiE the crest oT »" two game wlnm'reak, Blytlieville's Chicks'ln- vsde Southeast Missouri tonight to do battle'with the highly regarded Poular Bliiff Mules at Poplar Bluff The gnme Is scheduled lo set underway at the Ponlar Bluff Htgl School-stadium at 8 p.m. ' This will be the • first real tes 1 for the .Chicks this season, The> had easy, limes In their first'-two outing.*. • swnmpins both • Bartlell Tenri.; and pnragould but Ihe sleet nine Isn't going to , be so easy to nleht as .the two ; teams are rale, about even^ : The pame Is expected to be n: ; offerislve'-:baltle'-wilh the Chick i matching-.their strong Notre Dam box against the tricky and fascin ntlng snlit'T formation which IIP : always been tough for the Tribe .t stop, -.'. : . . , .Coach Russ Mosley.and his assls taut Bill Stancil put their charges through the final places with a light i workout under the lights last night. The Chicks left about noon today 5 for Poplar Bluff. - • - The Mules have both experience and weight to match ..(hat of the chicks. Seven leUcimen are IncUid: ed In their stalling lineup with the other four positions filled by boys who have had previous high school experience. . •: ,- . Sethrest I.e»«s Mu!« .Leading the Mules will be N. S. Bechrcst.' '» 175-pound . flankman : wMfras named to the sll-Blg Eight Go?B5rence, team last fall. Sechrest i« "led. »s .one of the best prep grlddera In Southeast Missouri. In addition to his end duties, he also handles the kicking chores for the Mules. , Poplar Bluff's backfield. with the exception of one position, will be composed entirely of returning let- t^rmen. Tlie non-letter winner in the ball carrying department is J. Forrest, a transferee from Maiden, • Mo.. High School where he played Probable Starting Lineups Blythevllle . Pt»y«r red Vance , BUI Boyd Bill Mayo J. C. Dioke Lcroy Criner Qulnuy Hodg« Mack Hay nick R*ld ' , Mel Kay Charles Lutes Robert, Reid Wt. 161 187 165 182 110 180 •: 148 162 173 100 . 185 L-.E. L..T. I..G. C. R..Q. ' R. ; r. R.E. Q.B, 11. B. H.3. . F.B. Line— 172 Backs— 171 . , Team— 172 Poplar Blufl Wi. Pl»y« 110 Wagner 185 loin- 165 Montgomery 155 Foster 170 Knott 115 Priest 175 Sechrest 170 Wright US Tlhbs 170 Forrest 185 Wells Averages Line—170 Backs—167 Team—ISO Philadelphia j Boston . ,. Brooklyn , New York . St. Umls . . Cincinnati . Chicago . , •Pittsburgh . NATIONAL LEAGUE W L JVcl. 88 55 .«15 80 61 80 17 72 . 62 , 61 . 52 Ml .667 .503 .431 .421 .359 G.B. 7 7 11 16 :m 28 37 A I Bengals to Meet Chicago cards Indians Tonight Co//ege GrkJcfers Get Moving With'a Full Schedule This Week New York . Detroit . . Boston , ,, Cleveland . Washington Chicago -. ,, St. Louis . Philadelphia AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pel ,. 91 53 ,.91 53 ,632 .632 O.K. 55 61 SO 89 90 .618 .582 441 .390 .375 .333 By GAV1.K TAI.BOT NEW YORK, Sept. '22. (it'l— Dormant since last New Year's Day, college footballers bcstlre themselves tomouow in everypaVt of the land. Nothing very big. Most of the* - — • - — — • powers which will appear amonc the ilrst 10 on the Associated Press poll a month from now still have another week of practice remain- lust year. : At quarterback Wright, ' will be Larry ball handler deluxe who has size to go with his agility..Ray Tlbb*, regular quarterback last .year »nrt Forrest will run from halfback posts with James Wells operating •t. fullback,- ... . .Coach Mosley is expected to start his regular-eleven with Ted' Vance and Mack Hay »t endi. Bill Boyd »nd Quincy Hodge at tackles, Bill Mayo »nd Leroy Criner lit guards. J> C., Dick Reid at quarterback, Mel.Hay and. Charles .(Ruff) Ultes at-halfbacks and Rob- «rt Reld..»triullb*cl(. : ;! v ;-.' ; - •••••• f •* Mules opened- their season »n Impressive 46^12 victory ov- 'eat Plains. .'.•.. . , . ing. But there, are a number of belter- than-fair attractions on the day's program, and at least one game down in Ihe deep south could prove the payoff on a sectional title. That is the clash between Louisiana Slate and Kentucky at Lexington under the lights. Both are esteemed contenders for the Southeastern Conference crown, and Just why they persist In •butting heads at such an early stage-is something of a mystery. •Kentucky walloped tl\e Tigers 190 In last year's opener, after which L.S.U. pulled itself off the floor. trounced such ambitions teams as North Carolina and Tulane, and wound up in the Sugar Bowl against Oklahoma.' SMU Meets Georjla Tech The week's most important game from a national viewpoint possibly is that between Southern Methodist and Georgia Tecli at Dallas, also a night engagement. The football scholars want to see whether the Mustangs still have It since Doak Walker joined the pros. What makes the answer important is that Kyle Rote and his pals play Ohio Slate next week. • A third encounter of some significance pits the highly-touted Mary- Burke in Lead At Kansas City Texan Fires a 66 To Ser Pace; Snead Trails with a 72 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION (Playoff) Nashville 7, Atlanta 6 NATIONAL I.EACUE Boston 5, St. Louis P Brooklyn 10, Pittsburgh 8 Cincinnati 8. New York 5 Only games scheduled Just Can't Quit Aflcr last'year's miserable efforts, I promised myself lhat I would leave football prosnostlcnUng up lo the StewarU and the Rkes »ud tUck to the slinlghl 'sluH of the trade like chess tournaments and domliioei. But It's just iik'e cheap beer, the huneovei's don't cure you. So, using Ihe Courier News contest fls a map, here I go again: Blytheville at Poplar Bhill—At the present I can think of no better place to begin than the beginning. This game has nil the earmarks of iH'Ing R plperoo, if thei'e Is such a word,' The Chicks looked good In Iheir iVvsl two outings and If they could win tills one It would pull them over Hint proverbial hump. But according to 1 all available Information the Mules nre the suonscst offensively where the Chicks me the weakest defensively—passing. This could easily be the big difference. And on Ihc e groumis 1 nin forced to forget my loyalty momentarily. Poplar Bluff by l\vo touchdowns. Pine Bluff at JoiiFsborn—H's been many a year since my old alma mater has been In tlie Arkamns football limelight and it looks as if thin year Isn't going to he any different. Not even the scheduling of Big/Six teams will help. Itll be no more than a warm-up for Pine Bluff. The Zebvas by 30 points. ' . ParngnuUl at Corning —Pnragould looked gonii for three minrlert against the Chicks lust week and the Bulldogs shnwed promise of being a. better than fair ball club by. inld-scusou. It's strictly a guess—Pam- gould by 12 points. , Osceola nt Kelser—The Scmlnoles can name the score In Ihls one. Keiscr is at Us weakest with only two or three men back from last land team against Georgia, at Athens The soothsayers- have installed Maryland amrmg the national leaders, and this Is where they start finding out how Hie-old crystal bal held up through the hat weather. North Carolina's Tarheels, who have a date with Notre Dame next week at South Bend, figure to romp Hy Skipper Patrick KANSAS CITY, r Sept. 22 f/P)— Jack Burke. Jr., was the No. 1 trou- bleshootcr the favorites had to contend with In second round play of the $15,000 Kansas City Open golf tournament today. Burke, one of Texas 1 many con- tributatlons lo pro golf and now doing business out ot White Plains. N.Y.. got a good start on the field yesterday with a 66. six strokes under par for (he 6.525 yard Milburn Country Club course. Although the game's^^op money winner, Sam Snead, was six strokes away nt 72, there were any number of dangerous competitors close at hand. Four shooters had rounds of They were Big Jim Ferrier of Sati Francisco, Lloyd Mangrum of Chicago,- Skip Alevander of Knoxville, Tenn., and Leonard Dodson of Kansas City. Paul O'Leary,. of BismaAc, N.D., AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 8. Philadelphia 2 Only game scheduled 1 ndnv s Gamp SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION (Playoff) Atlanta at Nashville night year's losing scpiad and Osceola 30 points at least. hasi another cracker Jack. Osceola by Others: Wake Forest over Boston; Ma'ryland over Georgia; Syracuse oxer Rutgers; Vjllanova over Dmjucshe; TOO over Knnstis; Michigan State over Oregon Slate; Arkansas over-Oklahoma A, & M.; Tulsa over San Francisco; Duke over South Carolina; Virginia over George Wash- inelon;'Southern Methodist over Georgia Tech {almost played a hunch here); LSU over Kentucky (my upset); Mississippi over Memphis State; North Carolina over N. C. State; Texas over Texas Tech; Texas A. & M. o\er Nevada; UCLA over Oregon; California over San(a Clara; Baylor over .Wyoming and Washington over Kansas Stale. In . their Carolina . State- Th'ey've : ' lost their against North Chapel' Hill, hero, Charlie ' NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati at Pittsburgh-night Only game scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at Cleveland night Only game scheduled Odds Ends Round Robin Chess Tourney Planned by'Y' A round robin cheM. tournament for Juniors U scheduled to get un- *er»sy at trie Blytheville Y tomorrow. 3. F. Garrott, Y director s»ld fcodajr. . .' . - In thi« tournament ..each player »^11 play every other .contestant »pd th« player with the 'highest •core .during tournament play will receke an Individual award. Fie also will receive one "leg" on the chess trophy .which must be won 'thre« times for permanent rxwses- «[on. ' .. -•The following players have reg- li mp>d, for'. the event: Robert Bir- rriragham, defending champion. Benny Bledsoe, Danny Cobb, Buddy Phillips; Billy Gilbow, Billy Hopper, J«n Rayder, D. L. Bailey, Jerry Nail, Larry Campbell, Dick Foster and Won Prlvett. Contestants may enter'the tourney through tomorrow. Teachers, LRJC Battle to 12-12 Tie justice, but otherwise are solid. The mid-west remains relict for an IntersecMonal duel at East Lansing between Michigan State and Oregon State. The tar western team won a 25-20 thriller a year ago, but the Spartans are favored on their home grounds. TCXM Plays Texas Tech On the coast the champion California Bears,entertain Santa Clara at Berkeley, nnd Stanford, \vhlchtis supposed to be the heir apparent tn parts, plays host to San Jose StfUe. Neither ot the btg tfciims appears In danger ot an upset, though It never pays to lake SanJ.ii Clara too lightly. Texas, touted as the hottest thing In the Southwest Conference, displays Us new muscles against Texas Tech «t Lubbock. TRXSS Christian will open UJs annual pass-throwing crusade against Kansas nt Lawrence, and Arkansas plays a home sland against Oklahoma A. & M. at LUtle Rock Saturday nigh 1 .! t George Sauer makes his debut as j Baylor's new coach against Wyom- 1 Ing, at Laramle. " ' Only a .scattering of game. 1 ; are scheduled in the east, Boston College's skirmish with Wake Forest In the New England city probably Is the headliner. Connecticut plays Yale In the bowl, 'Villanova entertains Dnqtiesne. and Syracuse plays Rutgers at home, Other openers around the coun- Iry Include: Colorado at Iowa Stale (Dig Seven.) Tulsa at San Fraiictsco and Kansas State at Univ. of Washington. hot a regular trooper with the traveling pros, made/ his first round In 69. Two others, veteran Walter Blevins of Kansas City and Otto Greiner of Baltimore had 10s. Mirfdlecoff Far Back There were 10 with 71s and>13 with even par TZ. . ' ' The course played easy and there \vere few of the hotshots who failed to post good »cores although former .U.S. Op«o- Champion Gary MIddlecoff, of Ormnnd Beach, Pla., was well off the -pace at 73. Burke has won throe PGA opens this year—at Harlingen, Tex., Sioux City, la,, and St./Petersburg, FU.-- sud has been, high in the money in others. Son of * R former profe.'ssional golfer and a pro himself since 19— he's now 27—Burke looked every bit a champion hfs first 'round. He i.vas seldom tn trouble and when difficulty did arise his irons made things right for him, Burke wedged one In from 81 feet for an eagle 3 OH the seventeenth hole, and his 40 foot putt was good for ft birdie at NO. 7. Dow- Pinstenvalci, of Athens, iO., who set a PGA tournament record for one round at 61 in the St. Louis Open last week, was the top amateur after eighteen holes. Dow made it in 71, one better than Frank Stranahan of Toledo. The 72-hole medal play tournament ends Sunday. Wo/nut Ridge Is Added to Pap Schedule The Blytheville Papooses • have filled one of the open dates on their! football schedule. Earl stabler, Juh-' ior .high coach said yesterday. Negotiations have been completed for a game with the Walnut Ridge' Bobkiltens, Coach Stabler said. The game 1 will be -played In Walnut Hidge Nov. 18. This gives the Pap* seven games on their 1950 schedule with six left to play.- They were slated to meet the.Conway Juniors tonight hut the giime'was' forfeited >by Conway.. ;,!.• •Walnut Ridge'opened Its season at Jonasboro last night and the Bobfcittens' were defeated by the Whirlwind 47-7. •..;.,. The Paps have but one open date left on their'schedule-and that is Nov. 9. They play the Poplar Bluff. Mo.. -Juniors at Poplar Bluff next Paul Cochran, backfield coach at Vaiulcrblll, had some iiice things tc say about Blylhevlllle's R. C. Allen In an Inlrevicw In 1 a Nashvllln newspaper the other day. "ft. C. has been looking fine lit practice," Cochran said. "His blocking has been particularly outstanding. He has Ijcen out of action for a day or two with a slight Injury but he'll see » lot of action this fall." . . . College tackjes 'generally aren't considered as Ihe more graceful type of persons bilt nevertheless Bill Slancll, the Chicks' line coach who played a lot of 'tackle at the University of Arkansas, Is (caching square dancing In Ills physical training classes. And he's not bad at i\H . . . The state Dovible A playoff, should be » bit more Interesting this year. At any rate there'll be move teams. Arkadelpllla, Forrest City, Malvern and Conway have raised their classification from A to AA making a total of 18 Double-A classified schools . . , Dukle Speck, Osceola High School's new coach, says he plans to try to book Yonks, Red Sox Idle; Spohn Blanki Cards For Victory No. 21 Br RALPH KODKN A«*a«Ule4 Prts* Sporls Wilier The Detroit Tigers go after undisputed possession of first place in the sec-saw American League pennant struggle lo : night while tlio New Yorli Yankees aiid Boston Red Sox are idle. Detroit takes on the tough Indians In Cleveland In the first of a three game series while the Yanks and Red Sox mark time before opening twoNgame series at Yankee Stadium tomorrow. The Tigers tied the Ynnks for the lead yesterday by trouncing the Philadelphia Athletics, 8-2. The I£« Sox and the Yanks were not scheduled. Hal Ncwhouser, 29-year-old left hander. has been selected to pltcl for the Tigers against the Indians Bob Feller. Both boast Idcntlea 14-11 records. Feller Has Two Wins The Indians have proved one o the Tigers' toughest adversaries thl year. Tl%cy have clashed 17 times wllh each side winning eight game The other resulted In a 13-13 ti The victories were evenly dlstrlb uteri, lour for each In Cleveland an Detroit. Newhouser has beaten the Indian four times and lost to them twlc Both of his defeats came at Clove land. Feller holds a 2-1 card again: the Tigers. Meanwhile. Yank Manager disc Stengel has: a pitching problem ' solve. His team will work out the Stadium today and two ot'h aces, righthander Vic Ruschi lefthander E<1 Lopat, will try their ailing arms. An Injnry-plagiicd pitching sta hindered the Athletics In their gam with the Tigers yesterday. The Tigers lumped on Joe Col CfnCAQO. Sept. 22. (IP) — Paul Chrlstman, veteran Chicago Cardinals quarterback, has been sold to* the Oreeh Boy Packers, The 32-year-old ex-University at Missouri star will join the Packers day. Ternis of the.eale, announced tre yesterday, were not disclosed. In-his five years with the Cardl- nls. Chrlstman broke all team tot- ard passing records. lie connected :th 453 aerials In 1,01-1 attempts W 151 yards, including 51 .touch- owns. ' Clnlslman's departure leaves th« nrdlnals with .two capable T for- latlon quarterbacks — Jim Hardjr nd Frank Tripucka. basketball games with both Jonesboro and Leachvllle for next winter. "They'll beat, me," says Duke, "but It would give my boys some good experience." . . . The latest facility now offered sports writers and broadcasters at Blytheville High School football games Is hot coffee and sandwiches, nnd for free, too. Pardon the nflectlonnte touch but we second guessers of the typewriters und microphones are rtoggohe'appre- ciative . . .' . : . man, who has hud arm trouble, f six runs in the first six Innings ai ere never headed. Colemnn, who' alked nine, lingered six innings, he A's have only nine pitcbera, icludtng three rookies. The game was the only one Fchefl- Icd In the American League. In the National, the BostoVi Jravefi defeated the St. Louts Car- [Inals, 5-0, nnd the Brooklyn Dodg- rs thumped the Pittsburgh Pirates, 0-8, lo remain tied for second place. They trail the league-leading Phil'- dclphia Phillies by seven games. Die Phils and' Chicago Cubs were die. .lefhroe Homers Warren Spahn blanked the Cards two hits to rack up his 21st vlc- .ory. The Braves sewed things up n the first Inning when Sam Jcth- roe crashed his 17th home run with n man on base. , _. The Dodgers overcame a 4-1 deficit with four runs in the fourth Inning and followed up with five.more in the fifth, to. clinch the decision over Ihe Pirates,' In the only other game, the Cincinnati Heds defeated the New York GlanUj 8-5. The Reds piled up n 7-1 lead In four innings for Howls' Fox, Fox blew up in the eighth and granted four runs before Frank Smith came on to save the game. The victory inded an It-gami winning streak for Giant righthand- er Sal Maglle. The loss, was Maglie's fourth against 16 victories. Three of the setbacks were admln- Istcrccl by Ihe Reds. : . Sportstasters See Longhorns As 1950 Southwest Champions LITTLE RbCK, Sept. 22. OF) — Tills season's first football game In the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference elided In a lie. " Favored Arkansas State Teachers College and Little Rock Junior Col lege played here last night. Tlie score: 12-13., . . li( Both Tea_cher touchdowns, and OTIC ot Jayc'rfi's' c5"",e on passes. With a total of four 6pportunltlcs neither side could score the extra point which would have given It victory. . --' There'll ,be two more AIC games tcirnorrow: Henderson Teachers vs /Jkansas College at BalesviUe, and iWgnolla 'A. and M. vs. Ouachlta at Arkadelphla. . Phils to Accept No More Orders Mt. Vernon. wls.. started est cf Fame" in 1916, wltr. f'or- trecs from the birthplaces of distinguished persona. PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 12. MV- The Philadelphia Phils are not ae cepting any more request* for world scries tickets — they've more than they can handle already. Phil President Robert R. M. Carpenter. Jr.. said no applications would be accepted postmarked later than midnight last night. The scries opens in the National League park Oct. 4. Tlie league leaning Phils began Shay/nee Gets 6-0 Victory Over Hughes JOINER, Sept. 22 — Halfback Tommy Brewer .wept"' 30 yards around end lo break a' deadlock and give the Shawnee Junior Indians a. 8-0 victory over tlie Hughes Juniors In a game played here last night, Brewer murfe his long.nnvln the third quarter to break up a tight defensive game. There was a penalty on the play but It was for a HugheV offside and the score stood. The two teams battled between the 30 yard lines mo.'-t.of the night In one of the Junior gntncs witnessed here in several years. Hughes never seriously threatened Shawnee's goal line. Dick Wilson, Shawnee end was a stalwart on defense for the junior tribe and the punting of quarterback Jenkins kept the eleven in Its own territory most of the time. DALLAS, Tcx. h Sept. 22. .Texas Longhorns were, chosen over-' ' whelmingly , by Arkansas spdrls- casters as the team to beat in the 1950 Southwest Conference football chase. ^ , , Out of 4fl Associated 'Press' radl'v members polled In the two-state area,-- 33 predicted that thfi University of Texas would win the| crown. Southern Methodist 'University was chosen as the "runner-up contender" with Texas Christian University Ihlrd and tlie University of Arkansas louvth. Defending champion Rice Institute wa.s relegated to fifth place. SMU received 10 first place votes, TCU two and Arkansas one. Zaharias, Suggs Tied in Tourney CARnoU,TON, On., Sept. 22. W, —Little Louise SiLKgs and rangy and powerful Bnbc Znhariaj were all sqimre with tlirce-untler-pnr 71s as the 28-golfcr field moved lo* the second round today in the 43,000 Sunset Hills invitational tournament. The Babe came In last yesterday to equal Louise's score for twice around Uic 3.155-yanl, nine-hole course and drop early leader Patty Bcrs Into third place with her-72 All three are professionals as I; Betty Jameson of San Antonio, Tex who tied with amateur Mnry Lena Paulk of Thoniasvllle, Ga., fo fourth wilh a 13. Texas.. A. <fe M. nnd Baylor.Uni- versity were named the "weak »ls- tcr" eleven*.. Baylor received IT lust place votes to 19 for A. * M.— but both hnri their supporters possible dark horse entries. Using seven poknU for • firs'., place vote, six for n second place •otc, dci, the rntiklngii were: Texas 304 point.-;, SMU. 171. TCU 193, Arkansas 175, Hice 157, Baylor 102 «nd AA.-M 90. Dcno NIcliols of Radio Station KLRA, Little Rock, look.i for Ihr Arkansas Ra«>rb«cks to pull » typ- 'cal Southwest Conference upsf!— taking first 1 place, with Texiw winning second. Harvey Boyd, radio Station KPJZ, Fort Worth, Tex., made even a bolder prediction—Texas Is sixth place with SMU on top »nd Rice second. Typical comment from |.h< sporLicasters: Fran .Toycr," KKCBD, LObbock, Tex.: "Watch out lor A. ft, M. and Arkansas— they look like in««Vers from" Ted Woods, K06E, OsceoU, Ark.: "If Kyle Rote can stay In top physical condition throughout 'the season, there Is a chance the Mr- en. However, he Is due to take a. thodist.i might go through ooumUng, so we believe the Pon|p«. are due for at least one •conference drfwl probably at the hands of TBXSS." Doug Rains, Waco. Tex.: "Wnlch Baylor and A. & M.—don I lake them too lightly, but Tex»j will take crown." America's Finest Shoes Quality 1 famous for five generations has made Edwin Clapp the outstanding name 'in Fine Shoes for Men. And today, as never before, th» finest costs so'little more. tfcsceudants of the nnc-'rnl cc d»rs of Lebanon are planted In Ac lington National Cemetery. Concrete Culvert Til« SUM ip l«"3'6 In. - Corrugated Metal Culverts SUes «p lo 84 in. ' A vi I am* He Flood Gates Concrete Septic Tanks Melal Septic Tanks Sewer. Tile 8«il Trices We !>el!«r A. H. WEBB «l Suit Mne 714 Natives of dry regions ot Africa sometimes depend on watermelons for water. accepting applications at midnleht Tuesday. Carpenter estimated that I lie ancient Egyptians venerated The club received over 100,000 applications In 24 hours. 92.000—23,000 for each of the poten- Many Oth«r Stylei to Choose From Notice To Taxpayers SEPTEMBER 30 O E S Good Shoes & Hosiery Isst (fay for payment of 1950 poll fsx and payment of 1919 county tax on real property without penalty. DIAL 3391 WILLIAM BERRYMAN TEXACO HEATING FUELS Sheriff & Ex-Officio Collector K. M. I.OOAN. Cemltn»t Tank 'Track Salesmen: Ifenr.v Thompson. O. T.. farrlsh, Dorris utmti WHiSKEr. tsi rmf.m smicm WHISKIES in THIS nmciMC FIUI run •« Mm <ti, JW» stwutir WHISKIES, ir/,% IUIN lurmi rain

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free