The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1952 · Page 10
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•LTTWETTLUB 10 88 76 72 ?5 f ^ q -^iVp -f- - t -J- *> f w f -S3 33, 15, 7? 39 ,7$ § BI/VTHEVlU.r HERS — They aren't stealing many headlines but the Blythevllle B team Is piny- Ing in Improved brand of football this year. Coach Jimmy Fisher's junior vnrslty will be in action for the home folks tonight when It tangles with the strong .Wilson Bulldogs at Haley Field. Members of the squad are: front row (left to right)—Fred- die, Beechum, Ray Wcstnrooke, Edgar Shanlca, Robert Birmingham, Frank Fowler, Terry Vat], Fay Davis, and Jackie Halslead. Back row—Bob Blaclt, Joe Whlsenhunt,.Dean Pankoy, Jimmy Oee, Billy Colston, Shannon Langley and Dexter West. So,uad- men Harry Brown and Earl Hyde were not present when photo was taken. (Courier Ne W5 pholo) Bees at Haley Field Tonight- Papooses Play at Jackson Coach Jimmy Fisher's fast-improving Blythevllle B team will be out after its th ird consecutive victory tonight when it plays host to Wilson High School at Haley Field. The same Is scheduled to begin* , 1 it 8 pm. ^ Wilson has lost only one game -this year and that to Earle. It was tied In the season's opener by Le- rjanto, but has picked up victories over Marked Tiee, Harrlsbur?. Bhawnee, Reiser and Wkt Memphis * The Bees, after getting off to a •low start, racked up wins over Reiser and Hickory Ridge. _' The Bees:have lost their regular fullback, Joe Bjnum He has flint the squad reportedly for the purpose of getting married Under i ,new policy of Bljlhe- Tllle High School, married students »re not permitted to take part in extra-curricular activities such AS .football. Juniors After No, 13 In his stead, Coach Fisher has indicated he will run guard Robot Birmingham »nd defensive halfback Kay Weatbrooke Shanson Langley has also seen iorne action «t fullback. Mennwrrlle, the Junior High Papooses will be trying for their 13th consecutive victory tonight at Jack- Bon, Tenn _ The Paps have swept through fl\e games this year, and are carrying a »ln streak which began In* 19M. During the 13-gnme skein, the Paps huve gl\en up but two touchdowns Newport and Paragoultl scored one each. Little Is known of jarkson'x strength, but Coach Harold Stockton ts looking for hts toughest gnme of the year. Harrison Gets 44-18 Victory Over Marianna Harrison High School's Dragons won their fifth game ot the season lasi night at Hatev Field when they romped over Marlanna's Porcupines, *4-18. Long rarnmed the first score over from ten yards out and from that point the Dragons proceeded with the route. Long scored 2. Williams' 3, and Bell, Brawner each. and Sanders, one Next Wednesday night, the Dragons will play Helena's Buccaneers at Haley Field. Last night's starters included Bell. Clark, Pettlgrew-, Pollack, McCullough, Morris and Williams m the line and Long. Brawner, Strickland and Sanders in the backtleld. During World War II the Anglo- Egyptian Sudan was an essential link in the Allied supply line to the Hiddle East and a bulwark In the battle for North Africa. Student Fixer is Facing Fugitive Hearing Today By WARREN ROOKRS Jr. WASHINGTON (AP) — A University of Maryland .junior, accused of trying to bribe a Maryland football star, lins surrendeied find faces a fugitive hearing in Washington today. District of Columbia police nnm- etl him ns Louis Leonard Gllekflcld, 21, of Hyrittsviltc, Md.,Thcy salilhe gave himself up lit Ccntrnl headquarters last night and, after post- Ing' 41,000 bond, left .with Washington Atty, Charles E. Ford. A Prlnre Georges County, Mil, warrant charges-Glickflcld with attempting to bribe Tom Cosgrove of Philadelphia, senior and first- string offensive center on Maiy- .larirt's'.;football team* Bllc.kflcld.vra> arrested In .Washington as a fugitive from that charge. Ally! Ford made it cleai_he will fight cxtradi- 11._. ^ * * tion.' Three Offcrj University officials at College Pork, Mrt, n suburb v of Washington. said three bribe offers were made to hold down. the''score against Louisiana State University In last Saturday's- game. They said the other players who told of being approached—not mentioned :ln the warrant —were .quarterback Jack Scarbath of. Baltimore, n lop contender for All-America honors/and 'Frank Navnrro of While Plains, N.Y,, senior first-string offensive guard. According., to signed statements by the three plnjfrs, Ihe student approached them individually and offered them a total of 41,500 to win by less than 21 points. This method — controlling the point spread—was a feature of the recent basketball fix scandals. Maryland beat. Louisiana State 34-6, a : sprend of 28 points. Center Gets TUf Offer Cosgrove, at'center, start* emh play in Maryland's spl!t-T offense. He said he was offered *l.COO. Na- vnrro said he was offered MOO, Scar- bath $100. Maryland t President H. C. Byrd sald.Coach Jim Talum notified him last Friday, the clay before the game^lhat the three plajers had retried being offered bribes. Dc^Byrd said he wanted to announce it Immediately, but was dis- sundcd by police who hoped to catch the alleged offender -in the set "and perhaps find out If any gambling ring was behind him.' "At any rate," Dr. Byrd said, "this jhoiilri emphasize to gamblers they had better leave college football players atone.' Talum said that, .before playing Louisiana State, all hte players dressed for the game were asked to <ign affidavits stating .whether or not they had been approached with any bribe offers. All sfgned that they had not been, except Scarbath Cosgrov.and Navnrro. Make Up Your Mind, Boss Tells Wavering Durocher SWC Teams Ease up After Hard Work Sagely Moves Up to Offensive End for Hogs Br The AmUM PrrM Southwest Conference football team* generally took it easy today after two days of hard scrimmaging and pointed to weekend championship battles. The sole exception was Rice Institute where Coach Jess Neely planned some extra work today after watching his Owls in a dismal performance against a scrub team that ran Wisconsin plays with much success, Rice plays the Badgers Saturday. Th« Owls — losers of four straight games-tried Billy Dantels and La- molne Holland at the vulnerable right half post, riddled badly by pwses In the LSU, UCTLA, SMTJ and Texas games. The Texas AA.-M Cadets K'orked late last night in their lust h.rd scrimmage before taking on Arkansas lit College Station Saturday night Coach Ray George worked on > method to stop the Arkansan offensive punch from the uplit T and the deep T. Still out of action—unrl an unlikely performed Saturday night —was Darrow Hooper. Aggie point- kicking tpecialfct. Coach Otis Douglas wound up rough contact work at Fayettevllle and hoped his team wai ready for the Aggies. The Porker coach moved Floyd Sagely to left end on the No. 1 offensive eleven to replace Jerry Bogard. Bajlor to Puw At W«co. Coach George Siiuer of the Baylor Bears s»id his team would..do more passing against Dutch Meyer's Texa« Christian defending chumps Saturday. S»uer said the two remaining Bear drills before goln sto Fort Worth to meet TCU would stress passing and that there would be a lot of footballs in the «lr Saturday. Meyer announced he would have » changed line-up for the Baylor lime with OH Bartosh, 1MO Ulli*ck flush, »t fullback along with lay McKown al tailback; and Glen Jones and Jack R*y at halve*. Regular TCU Half John Harvtlle ildellned for three weeka with i knee - Injury, returned to contact work'.ywterday but Is expected to see only limited duty agalnai' the ~iruln». , SMTJ In In n4 Harassing injuries kept th« potent Texas Longhorns moving s-tth :are In yesterday's workout*. : In a artef scrimmage session the Steers divided the time to sharpening the iffense and working against South ?rn Methodist pass plays. SMU Coach Rusty Russell search •A for a tackle for the game in Aua '.in against the Longhorna a& he -lent Ihe Ponies through their long- «t scrimmage session of the week yesterday. Five candidates for his oulsid- :ackle post have been .injured .anc Russell naid he might be forced t' start Buforri Partee, defenslv ?uard, at the position. The Mus :angs have been hampered with Injuries all Mason. SANTA MONICA; Calif. (.?>)—Leo Durocher was keeping his lip buttoned today after an ultimatum by President Horace Stonelmm of the New York Glnnls to make up his mind between baseball and the movies, The Giant manager who didn't get his "Lippy Leo",lag because of excessive silence satd only, "I haven't made a definite decision." He confirmed Stonelmm's statement in New York (hat they'd get together Nov. 28 in Phoenix prior to the start of the baseball meetings. Said Stoneham. "I have read where Durocher has stated he may movies after his contract with us expires at the end of the next season. If that's what he wants, that's all right with me. "However, if he Is not going to be bark with us after next season, we have a right to know so we'll have time to prepare. I have asked him to let me know of his decision before the winter meetings conclude." The mnjor league owners meet Dec. 5-6-1. Durocher previously announced he has hnd three offers in the motion picture production field and was seriously considering them. Currently he's acting In a picture leave baseball lor a career in the with Tallulah Bankhead and oth- is Everybody Voting THUBSDAT, OCT. W, 1958 DEER GAINS FREEDOM — A deer springs from a Game and Fish Commission truck at Big Lake to gain freedom In his new refuge home. The It'll Take Fire Yean ... and Luck— Deer Stocking Starts At Big Lake Refuge White-tailed deer have returned to Big Lake and if all goes well, Mississippi County hunters may within the next few years find shooting close to home. animal was one of four which quickly disappeared into the underbrush, (Courier News'1'hofiJ) h«ve been loosed oji the Big Lake reservation and it i» Illegal to kill them. It will be thus far «t least five years. Tour of the light-footed creatures were turned Into the floodway area it noon yesterday by the Arkansas Game and Pish Commission under the sponsorship of Mississippi County Wildlife Federation. The animals, three does and a Hernia (s more common among overweight th»n among underweight, people... er stars. Leon said » film career would enable him to spend more time with his wife, actress L*r«ine Day, »nd children. " Lange Uses Breaks to Win Over Central TJ«tn» the breaks ot the game to score air their touchdowns, Lange's Wlldcast won their first game of the Mason In the "Y" Grade school league »t Little Park yesterday afternoon, detesting Central 12-7. After battling to « scoreless first half,'Lange tallied two quick touchdowns in the third period and then held on for the remainder of the game. The first score resulted when Central's quarterback, Tex Turner, skirted right end for a slight gam and as he was tackled, Ijange's Ronny Huey stole the ball in midair and raced 47 yards for the score. The second score came shortly alter .the ensuing .kick-off when Turner was rushed on an attempted pass and threw short. Three Lange players were, waiting and Billy Boone snatcjied the ball and breezed 36 yards to wind up Lange's point-making. Central's TO came In the fourth period. Central carried to mtdfield and falling to gain, punted. Huey took the punt and attempted to circle to the right. Finding. himself hemmed In, he reversed his field «nd w»s caught going toward hfs own goal on the 6 yard line. On the following play he faked a punt and fumbled In handing off to his right half, the bail falling tnlo the end zone where Central's right half, James Marshall, fell on it for the score. Turner then slid off right tackle for the extra point to make the score 12-7. • June were brought to this county from, near Ozark In Franklin County. Milton Allen, trapper and game warden from • Mountain view, who transported the, deer here for the commission said plans are to bring more deer Into the Big Lake refuge next April arttt that approximately JO deer will be turned loose before the area Is considered to be stocked. "We didn't bring more dcei here," Mr, Allen said, "because we are: trapping, only a few deer now nd we don't like to come so far •ith a light load. We usually cany even or eight compared to the four brought over this trip." Might Take Tyro Yean He said It might take as tons as wo years to stock the Big Lake Refuge because the - commission lould not be sure just how man> >f the animals could be trapped. Once the refuge Ls stocked, the jame and 'Fish Commission pro- AN INVITATION TO Hudson OWNERS We invite you to bring your Hud•on to us for all repair ntfAs. Roy B«k«r, pur Hudson expert, is ready to give yon the beat in Hudson workmanship. Wt trt stocking some Hudson parts now and havt mode arrangements wifh (he Hudson Motor Co. of Memphis fo supply us with all type Hudson parts. Bring your Hudson in today! BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. First & Walnitt Phont 4422 jects the deer for at least five years before declaring a hunting ieason. Under present rules, it is legal to lunt deer only Jri designated coun- :ies at the time of year specified by the commission. Mr, Allen was met at Big .Lake by C. G. Redman, president of the federation, and members R. A. Nelson and Jess Homer. They accompanied the tiapper to wooded area where the young animals were freed and seen to disappear into the underbrush ot a thicketed area. Mr. Redman Joined oiher federation members in asking hunters to retrain from slaying the young deer until the commission has been able to stock the area ..further and .. large enough herd has grown' to enable the commission to declare htm ting-season. But lhat'ls at,least five or six years away. Osceola Beats Shawnee, 34-13 SeminoJei Get Two Quick Scores on Hard Fighting Indians OSCEOLA — Osccola's Semlnoles scored twice In the first few minutes of play ana (hen rolled to a 34-13 victory over Shawnee here last night. Runs by Donald Dunn and v plunge by Thomason from abouBf» Mven yards out brought Osceola's first tally. Following the klckoff, Shawnee was forced to punt out on Osceola's 47. Dunn took B pass on the 50 and nnd «ent all the viay about Uo plajs latet. Siiawneo came light back on the running ot Pelts and the passing of Brewer to march 68 vards A Brewer to Harrison pass was good for the touchdown After Shawnee stopped an Osceola drive on the 30, the half ended with the Scmlnoles holding a H- 0 lead. It was Osceola's turn to halt i drive in the third quaitcr however as.ShaWnee marched to the 25. Bunch. Thomason and Dunn moved the ball to the 11 and Thomason scored from that point. Dunn reeled off a 38-yard run as the fourth period opened nnri Harlan carried across'the extra point to pive Osceola a 28-6 edge. Brewer passed to Battle minutes later ,on a 36-yard scoring.play for Stiawnee's last score. Osceola's final touchdown came just prior to Shawhee's when Warhurst recovered Osceola's , onside kickoff on the Shawnee 41. Bunch's pass to Thomason from that point was good for the touchdown. K The lineups: Osceola Shelden , ..j Nunley Alexander .. Little Warhurst ... Hill Cole Harlan Stllwcll .... Thomason .., Dunn Pos. IJ'.E. L.T. L.G. C. . R.G. ... R.T. , . ft.E. .... Q.B .... H B. ... H.B P.B Srmwnea ... Bowen .... Felts ,. Sarnbns Goudeaux Hill Brarishaw ... Wilson ... Brewer Harrison Mahoney ,. Sulcer J. W. COTNER, M. D. announce! the opening of his office at Dell, Arkansas $ Telephone 2151 B.F. Goodrich gives you a choice of two tires to fit your winter driving conditions AS LOW AS 00 up TO DOWN B. f. 6*w!ridi Mmf-Smw Tina for deep now, steep uawy hills and wn»d If you do much driving In deep mow, or steep snowy hills or on moddy country roads, th* BFG Mud-Snow tire a for you Impartial tests super, vised by the Pittsburgh Testing tab- oracory prove it. The) show that in deep.snow the BFG Mud-Snow Tire gives up to 14% more pulling power than regular tires, stop you 25% faster In mud, it gives up to 25% more traction. B. F. GooAichlife-S over" Ti*«less Tire for ke, ligK? snow and wet pavement If you live where deep snow and mutf aren't serious problems, the BFG "I.ife-Saver" is a year-round tire that gives all the protection you Deed. On roads made slipper)- by rain, i<x or packed snow, it oiitstops, outpulls regular passenger car tires. Patented lining replaces inner rob* . . . protecu against blowouts. A gummy .layer seals punctures. Tk« ; "LIFE-SAVER" gives more proteo tion than any tire and blowout-protecting inner rube. Yet it COSB Uul 6 MONTHS TO PAY It's dangerous to drive on slippery roads with old tires that have lost their, grip. It's » nuisance to be caught iti the first snowfall with no traction or stopping ability. Trade in your old, smooth tires now—when it's convenient to make a change for the better and while your tires still have good trade-in value. - BF Goodrich ' t , ^ B.F.Goodnch 417 W. Main Phone 6331

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