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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 14, 1950
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS " .TL* I ft II /% I |T~ "±^I±- '/ .-. • • JATOTDAT, OCTOBCT H, 1»M 2S 1 !<o.liggrjonesboro44-7 for Sixth Win-Shawnee Bows to Earle 32-6 Tribe Wraps Up 4fh 3AA Crown Ground-Air Attacks Smother Inadequate Golden Hurricane Coach Russ Mosley's vaunted Chickasaws coupled a bruising ground attack with a dazzling aerial barrage last night to smother a hard-fighting but inadequate Jonesboro Golden Hurricane eleven 44-7 before an estimated 4,500 homecoming crowd at Haley Field. For the Chicks it was an important victory. Not only was it their sixth straight win but it wrapped up their fourth straight District SA'A cham-, pionship, making their home-' coming day festivities com- 1 plete. In a pre-game ceremony, co- captain Robert Reid and Charles (Ruff).Lutes crowned Miss Lucreta Bunch, a Blytheville High School senior, as the 1950 homecoming teen. Then they set about their 23" :ask of making life utterly miser- iwe for the visiting Hurricane. Thc first four times the Chicks Reid and - _-- down at oi;uims unves underway. "They scored two touchdowns in each of the first two quarters to take a 25-0 nolnt halftimc lead which was more than enough to get them into the state playoffs.- Vance Injured Electing to receive after wlnnin<* the coin toss, the Chicks got busy in a hurry, on the first play of , o yars. en Sloan open the game with the ball resting on but center J. c. Droke BlVthnVlllft c 4T t'arH Una Vinl^i ___ i. _i L*.- _______ . . Blythe Me to- end , • Ted Vance who ' ac B - e ^en and mm'ed ote l. 25 -i' ar d Pass Lutes took a pitchout and* went into -brought down hard. So hard in fact he wns forced to leave the game with a shoulder injury. He never returned to action. no «, , „ , went to the end zone standing up Cr ner ?° s l Prarl he was kicked the extra oint !" lhe scco zone sanng Jonesboro 25 before he was kicked the extra point . arce o pun at he Jnesbro rrom the 25. it took the Chicfc Hay took the kick at the 40 ar,d 1 -our las but .'our plays to push over. Hay, . . rne o e Hurricane I He Lutes and Reid alternated at ed to Gossett for nine yards whack at ' whacks at tackle to move to the Hurricane two from where Lutes slid in to. the end unmolested. Leroy Criner's klck^ for extra point was .short. Jonesboro took the kickoff following the touchdown but was unable 'ville 4o. Seven plays later the "score was 12-0. Heid got four at tackle and Lutes 21 around end to move to the Jonesboro 20. Hay and Reid picked up five and Hay passed to end Jim aossett for 15 to Jonesboro one Quarterback Dick Reid sneaked over the goal line from there. Again Crineris kick for extra point was tight the door and Sloan had to - punt. . ) ' launch Another Driv« Taking over at the 20 the Chicks got another touchdown drive going. With Robert Reid leading the way they drove for three straight first downs to the Jonesboro 19. Hay / gained two at tackle but lost it on a fumble. Then he passed to Gossctl for five and then Reid hit 'tickle to cover the 15 yards to the ;, end zone. Criner's kick from placement was blocked and Blytbevllle led 18-0. , Again the Hurricane blew up ,yhat looked like a scoring drive and the game began to get more Interesting. Unable to no much on the ground, Sloan elected to stay In the air. He hit end Larry Davis ^ with a 16 yarder and halfback Ro- I land Smith with a nine yarder. n - Hlafback Jerry Yielding made it two first downs In a row with five yards on a quick opener to move lo the Chicks' 40. Yielding picked up 10 more but Smith fumbled at the 30 and tackle Qulncy Hodge recovered for Blytheville to end the threat. And again the Chicks moved goalw.-.rd. Hay and Reid moved the tall to the Jonesboro 36 and Hay hit Gossett with a 36 yard aerial to the Jonesboro 10. Lutes lost eight and a 15 yard holding penalty moved the ball back lo the 33. Lutes lost five more to the 38 and then B Hay-to-Lutes 'screen pass was good for the fourth touchdown. Criner kicked the point this time and at halitime Blytheville led 25-0. Second Half- Wild That was Blytheville's ball game. The chicks scored three more times In the second half but they left their ball game on the Held intermission. The second half was . as a wild one. typical of the hard plav of a Jonesboro-Blythevllle game. The last two quarters were filled with the Chick* 1 * °' thCm " galnst The Hurricane cnme back 1n a big way In the second half to score -- . - i -— j ... *..t iniiu quarter netted the Hurricane 15 yards and the ball at mldneld. Sloan passed : to Davis (or 20 yards with Davis hanging on for 37 more before being hauled down at the Blytheville three. Malhis got one at center and Sloan then passed to reserve back ~*.~.... ».„.. i/ooc\,v« LU lesuivu Ijac Himshaw who made the needed tw yards. Sloan kicked the extra point The Chicks returned lhe kickoff to their own 40 and moved Imme- ?JSl e jLi± 'S 1 - 8 * 0 .™: '?"«"»«"* Sloan: th-m fr-nse. and one for five. back again and Hay hafl to punt Joaesbora couldn't mov* Uu b* Louis Rumored Under Contract To Begin Another 'Comeback' *j MUKKAT ROSE NEW YORK, Oct. 14. «P)—It looks M If jc« Louis | s going to keep — fighting until he gels one more shot at his old heavyweight title. so Salmon punted right back and the Chicks returned to 38 but another 15 yard penalty, Ihls time clipping, put them back to the Then Lutes broke loose on. a beautiful broken Held run for 57 yards to the Jonesboro 20. Robert Hay picked up R first the end zone. Criner's kick for extra Try the Air Again Jonesboro tried to move 'but boro 26. Hay tried two passes bul the sec- >nd was Intercepted at the goal line by Ma this and he moved: out five "ards. Then Sloan opened up again Inter —Courier Xews Photo HOMECOMING QUEEN'-Miss Lucreta Bunch, daughter of Mr and Mrs. A. B. Bunch, was crowned as Blytheville High School's 1950 homecoming ejueen In ceremonies before the Blytheville-Joncsboro game at Haley Field. Shown above is the crowning ceremony. Thc- queen'* court and Chick co-captains are <left to rlghtl Sandra Long Beverb Jones, Shirley Barksdale, Co-Captain Charles (Ruff) Lutes. Miss Bunch Cu-Captaln Robert Reid, Fay Feld, Sophie Ann Bright and Blllie Marie E. Prairie Gets 4th Conference W/n, Beats.Portageville 12 to 0 PORTAGEVILLE, Oct. H.-East Prairie scored a touchdown in the second quarter and another in the fourth last night to defeat Portagevilte 12-0 In a Little Eight Conference game played here The Hurricane found the emnr against the chick reserves afte? this touchdown still tough and was , arced to punt at he J^nesbiro 30 , turned to lhe Hurricane I He on the next play .^ .* t .back Freddie Smith exploded •'tin a sneak play to score from 11 yards out for Blytheville's final touchdown. Tribe Line Brcomes Erratic The Chicks looked good during ratlc. Jonesboro ; gained most of its 85 yards picked up on the ground in the last two quarters on drives down the-middle ns lhe center of the Blytheville forward wall gave cost the Hurricane possibly two touch- It was the fourth conference win for East Prairie, which is considered one of the strongest teams In the Southeast Missouri conference. After a scoreless first quarter East Prarie broke the ice midway : second on a pass interception by Krtese. Krlese gathered in the pass at the 45 and raced 55 yards down the sideline for the touchdown. I That was all the scoring in the first half and the third quarter also was scoreless. East Prairie scored Its other touchdown in the fourth period on ! an off tackle play by quarterback Bard. Portagevillc got two drives underway but both were stopped in the vicinity of the East Prairie 40 yard line. The lineups- Porlagevllle \ViIson Reaves Whitaker Moss Wagner way time Bad another and downs but the breaks of the game actually • — • - - -- o— tiame although defensive play was spotty. The end play continued to be good though not up to par with past performances. , The Chicks' blocking started good ' 6 Burgess .. Kimes ... Noffel ... Hulshof .. Hawkins Shankle . Pos. L.E. L.T: L.'O. c. .. B.G. R.T. R.B. Q.B. II.B. H.B. P.B. East Prairie .Brown ... Rowe Sorrells Moore ... Hilton Hale Bard Kennedy ... Kriese ... Brown , ~ "'"vivin^ .-lUUlL'Q POOd but became spotty in the second half. Game Statistics . Blythe- Jonesville . 15 . 274 . 13 e . 134 . 4 . 2 30.5 . 2 Penalties . ; 8 for 38 yds, 2 for : Individual Records Blytheville First downs Yds. Gncl. Rushing Passes attempted Passes completed Yds. and. Passing Intercepted by Punts ; / ] ] Avg. per punt".".'" Fumbles .. : Oppts. tumbles rec. 1 10 1 2 I 1 Player R. Reid Lutes . . D Reid . Hay Gentry . O'Brien . Smith . . Gossett . Totals Player Yielding . . Vlathis . Smith . .. Sloan . Hanshaw . Starting lineups: Tries Gnd. 15 82 14 128 1 44 4 0 11 4 boro 10 85 21 10 130 1 4 27.8 5 0 i yds. Avg. 5.46 9.14 1 4.40 4 0 II 4 45 274 6.09 Jonesbnro Tries Ond. Avg. 48 10 4 12 . 2 ' 6.85 3.SO .80 6 2 Joncsboro Falls . Kenv.-ard at Station Hamman Dean McDanlel Mathis Tos. . LE . LT . LO , C . RG RT . RE , QB HB . HB . FB 20 85 4.25 Blytheville .... Vance ..... Boyd Mayo Droke .... Criner p. Kconce Mack Hay '.. D. Hcid ... Mel Hay .... Lutes '.. R. Reid . Crawford. Perry, Arnold Harmon, Cook, Crawford. Horner, Walton, Moores, Standefcr, Booher, Lloyd and Rees. Blythc- Kinman ville , - Lunstord. Smith. HOdg , C ; H °" and ' i- Ko ° ncf ', * ' > K «onee, 1 "«on, OBricn, Gentry, May. Lloyd and M. L.'criner. Scoring touchdowns: Lutes 3; D . Reid, . Hay and Smith Extra points: Jor c Wl llarAs ' wllllam3 man: _ umpire; A, SUK) fidd Football Scores COUNTY Blytheville 44, Jonesboro 7 Wilson 73, Truman 0. STATF, Little Rock 52, "Fort Smith 0 Pine Bluff 20, El Dorado 20 (tie) CJreenvillc, Miss., 15, Hot Springs North Little Rock 19, Russellville points to gain the win. The Pirates were fresh from last week's 'triumph over Luxora. Connor, Pirate ri e ht end, and •f 'Slracener, halfback .shared Burdette scoring honors. Both went into the end zone twice. Other tallies were added by Cable and Duncan. Connor also picked up two extra points. The other points after touchdowns were made by Daniels Slracener^ cable and Langley Bur-' dctte made all Its extra points from scrimmage. In defenting the Yellow Jackets, Coach Sims practically emptied r-'s bench. The pirate's aerial attack clicked and played an impressive role in the victory. Malvern 19, Hope 18 DeQueen IS, Nashville 0 Wynne 33, Stuttgart 0 Paragould 27, Walnut Ridge 7 Warren 51, Drew Central 6 . Hamburg 13, Watson Chapel 7 Helens 13, Brinkley 0 Waldron 24, Arkansas Deaf School 13' Joplin, Mo., 21 Springdale 0 Bentonvillc 27, Berryvllle 12 Huntsville 14, Rogers 13 Harrison 37, Alma 6 Mena 12, Heavener, Okla. 13 (tie) Devals Bluff 25, England 14 Holy Grove 40, Elaine 0 McOehce 7, Dumas 0 Newport 41, Beebe 13 Batesvllle 26, Bald Knob 7 Lake village 37, Monticello 0 Fordyce 12, Arkadelphia 0 Lakeside 61, Ouachila 13 Dcnnott 27, Eudora 18 McCrory 18, Searcy 7 Greenwood 33, Dardanelle 0 Crawfordsvllle 46, Wheatley 6 Boonevllle fl, Mansfield 19 Forrest City 38, Marlanna 0 DcWitt 27, Benton 6 Malvern la. Hope 18 West Memphis 20, Marlon 0 Waldron 24. Deaf School 13 Pocahontas 19, piggolt ID (tie) Magnet Cove 25, Bauxite 0 Camdcn 32, Texarkana 7 Earle 32, shawnee 6 Burdette 42, Keiser 15 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Cape Girardeau 20, Caruthcrsville . East Prairie 12? Portagevilte 0. Hayti 18, Risco 12 Dexter 37, chaffee 0 Sikeston 26, Kennett 6 Jackson 33, Poplar Bluff 20 Charleston 19, Perryvllle U Porker Freshmen Trip Mississippi Frosh 14-13 MEMPHIS, Oct. 14. (,V, — The. University of Mississippi freshmen made two touchdowns In the first i Burdetfe Whips Keiser42lo15 Conner, Stracener Each Score Twice in Pirates' Third Win Burdette's Pirates, turning in their top performance of the year, rolled over Keiscr, 42-15, last night at Wilson Defeats Truman 73-0 Bulldogs Score 27 In First Quarter Of Fourth Victory WILSON, Oct. H.— Wilson High School's defending District 3B champions rolled merrily along their winning route at Truman,, last mehl , shellacking the Truman High School eleven by a mocicsV73-o score i,,? OB rt ,K Roy Slol)!u| 8 n> 6 Bulldogs tm,,ert he g amc |, lto „ rout at „»„ if, i g n ." B - Tllcy 6Corcrt «7 Points I" the first quarter to set off the explosion. Prom there they bounded to 21 more in the second period ™,h le u )lrdllnd 12 '» "« fourth to,, H * " P ' Cnsh lc " Wlls «»'s touchdown parade with three six anrt vV? U ™ c>:tra IK>Inls - Wel * M h J SC ° m> tw '° tou ehdDwns Robing M "!! C> '' Boyles ' Bllrch *"« Robinson each scored one six point- Trumann wns never 1n the ball same and never seriously threatened. They were outclassed from the very beginning by the large? more experienced Wilson squad ' Kelser. ed ^Coach Charley Sims' charges scor- louchdowns anrt six extra 'New and Old 1 To Wrestle Here Monday The Initial appearance of B newcomer and the return of an "old- timer" will highlight action In the American Lesion's weekly wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium Mon- rtay night. The lien-comer is Gene Bowman a ^ ," neavv weight who came to ** Mid-South area only recently. A .iTO-pmindcr Bowman has received top billing In a number of the larger cities of the south and has appeared recently at Jonesboro. The "oldtimer" is Bobby Lnne toughle who made his first appearance before a Blytheville crowd several months ago. He hns appear- ™.r« re °" ly oncc b " 1 '" thtlL "P- ancl tough grapplcr. Lane win team with veteran Al e«z In the 90-minute time limit ?st two of three falls tag feature londay night. Opposing them will oe Mowman anrt Eddie Oossetl. Getz anrt Gossett are veterans have have to the and thcvlllc's fans JS° ™ < !-, ffl " Preliminary'bouta Wilson's fourth slral It was victory n season. Starting for Wilson were- Bllrch »'><l B. Ryais at ends- Freeh and Forrester at tackles; Keel andf Deer a| Biiardsj.qarr^tt at center- Muncy at quarterback- Webb'at Taut," Ryals at halfback and Cash at f, OflCK. United States Population Estimated at 152,271,000 WASHINGTOON, Oct. 14. (AP)_ The Census Bureau estimated yes- U ' S - r pu! - ation Dialled nn Sept. 1, including 576- persons serving in the Armed Forces overseas. The bureau placed the civilian Population at 150.817,000 anrt he ".h 6 "" 18 '" " 1D armc[l forc « hin the continental U.S. at 878 "- NOTICE Ce f l \ h " eby B ' VCn that the of Directors of the St. Francis Levee District ol Arkansas will meet at it, domicile at West Memphis, Arkansas, on the loth day of October, 1050. at 10 o'clock A M for the purpose of canvassing the re- snlf, of the special election held ing whether the Board of Directors of the St. Francis Levee District of Arkansas be authorized to cooperate with the United States Government in the execution of a certain project for. floor] proirctinn and and Arkansas, according to the outline of the plan for such project which was filed In the office of the District on the 8th day of. June. 1050. and any amendments modifications or extension of said plan which may hereafter be adopted by the United states Government; and whether the Board of Directors of the District shall be authorl&cd to exercise, with respect to the project the powers conferred on the District and assume the obligations required under the provisions or Act No. 2-SD of the Act.? of the General-.Assembly of Arkansas for 1949. which became effective on the 8'.h day of March. 1949 Blythevillc ring „.,« - - .- « ^... .*™. recenlly. Both Sa l? meeting U open to the public of the Board of Director* nf thi wings among Ely- •>"<! any owner of land wUhln the St. Francis Levee Dbtrtet n f Ark bounrlnrlf; nf Ihn c f rv,,,.r. , .„,.. ,,.•., L "Sm« ol Arkansas, this 4th day of October, 1950. C. J. LOWRANCE, Jr. President Atlest; w. O. Byler. Secretary 10,7-1* boundaries ol the St. Francis Levee District may appear and challenge ate areaknnnii, i'"=""'»ary oouts u»wi« may appear and ehalleni InKaossettnnfr- , WlthI ' a , ncmect - f ° r catisl: ln wrltln » the « rllflc a man meeting Bow- of result.'! of the election. ' WITNESS my hand as President From learned reliable Murcei today that th« it wax* Brown Bomber U planning • series of big bouta which h« hop« will earn him mother cmck it chimplon Enard Charles. If all goes well, the M-year-old Louis may take on Argentina's Cesar Brion In Chicago in lite November or early December, followed swiftly by appearance* In Detroit anrl New York. In Detroit, his probable oppon- mt would be Lee Oma, the veteran xmlcnder from Buffalo. In New York's Madison Square Garden he might face Rocky Marclano, the undefeated Brockton, Mass., slugger. Then, If victorious In all three, Louis would be primed to face :harles again in an outdoor fight i Yankee Stadium. The prospects of a suge television-radio fee, far surpassing the $148,000 shelled out for last rnonlh'.v Charles-Louis Caruthersville Falls to Cape Statistics Even Although Tigers Beaten by 20-0 CARUTHERSVILLE, Oct. 14 — Cnpe Glrardenu dealt the Caruthers- scrap, Is one of the tempting lures ?,,.,, '" s , ccon<l , l lcrlod B »<1 ° far a Loins return. Other possible "'!. "' 7L " 8? ln '»« margin. for a Louis return. Other possible foes include Lcc Savold, Britlsh- lecognized heavyweight king from EnglewoocI, N.J., »rid Tommy Fnrr, the comcbacking Welsh oldtlmer lxiui« No* Available Louis wns not available early tortay for his any on these reports, which cnme from those usually In tlie know. The bomber attended a function In Norfolk, Va., last night. But Welterweight Champion Ray Robinson, a close friend of Joe's told the press at R Boston luncheon yesterday that Louis has been signed to meet lArion In Chicago Stadium, Nov. 20. Sugar Buy satd an official of the International Boxing Club had shown him a signed contract for the fight. Louis incidentally, Is a partner and director In the T.B.C. Robinson's statement that « contract had been signed brought vigorous denials from Harry Mnrkson, managing director of the I.B.O., from Truman Gibson, Louts' financial advisor and secretary of the I.B.C., am! from Hymle Wallman, manager of Brlon. All three said no papers had been signed. Yanks' Gate Cuts Are Told By Chandler CINCINNATI, Oct. 14. «>)_Win- nlng the World Series was worth $5,137.95 each to 32 members of the New York Yankees baseball club, A. B. Chandler, baseball commissioner, announced yesterday. The Philadelphia Phils, who dropped four straight series games to the Yanks, also split their winnings into 32 fun shares, worth (4,081.34 apiece. Thirteen other Yankees got partial shares, while nine other Phil- He* received less than i fun share. Walter Mulbry, secretary of baseball, said the shares were "« little on the low side" this year The Cleveland Indians set the record for a winning team's Individual shares with $6.772.05 In 1948. The three other clubs finishing In the first division in both leagues split their money this way: American League—Detroit Tigers 31 full shares of $1.042.23 and 11 partial shares; Boston Red Sox 31 full share., of $735.93 and sli par- tin! shnres, gnrt Clveland Indians, tinl shares. National League—Brooklyn Dodgers. 30 full shares of SI,128.18 each and seven partial shnres; New York Giants, 31 full shares of $138.03 and six partial shares, and Boston Braves, 35 full shares of $334.66 and four partial shares. Israel's Schools Grow TEL AVIV, Israel (AP)—Israeli school children, steadily Increasing in numbers, are back »t work for the 1950-51 term while authorities rush the construction of more classrooms. Ministry of Education officials estimated from 130,000 to 134,000 children over the »ge of five would receive Instruction thto year. The 1949-SO figure was 110,000. About 17,000 Arab children aho are attending school* In virlouu sectors of Israel. 'Hie Tigers jaine played last night. 20-0 setback In .. in Cape Glrardeau Cape took command of the game !»rly, pushing; across its rirst louch- "Own in the early minutes of the °'""} lr| S quarter. Tile homelings then * cl " cn lo "°re and other six point? '" sccon<l l lcrlod B »<1 °™ '" An Atchley to Burrls pnss that larrled 31 yards B ave Cape Girar- flemt its first touchdown before the game was two minutes old. That in Itself, was enough to decide the game but two more tallies were added to Ice up the victory. 55-Yard Run In the. second quarter halfback Burrls broke loose for 55 yards and npelr second touchdown. The extra point try was good anrt the score at nnlftlme look at 13-0. Midway In the third quarter another Atchley pass payed off. This time It was a flve-yarder to end Metcalf who stepped (jvcr for the touchdown. ' The Tigers led Cnpe in first downs U to 5 but In all olher statistics Cape Olrardeau was supreme. Ca- ruthersvllle completed eight out of 19 passes Jor 61 yards, Cape seven out of 18 for 60 yards. And on the ground Cariilhersvllle gained 122 yards and Cape gained 156. Injury Results In Short Game Indian End Suffers Serious Bock Injury In Second Quarter JOINER, Oct. 14. _ Th« Shawnce Indians bowed to th» Enrlc Bulldogs 32-6 in an abbreviated, injury - plagued game played here last night. The game was called midway In the third period due to what 1» believed to be a serious back In- Jury to Bill welch, Shawnce end. Welch suffered lhe back Injury in the second quarter. He was removed from the game Immediately but immediate medical care could not be obtained. The game wai called In lhe third period so that hospital" * lBkea to a Mem ' h " Ho.was reported' "resting well" i Campbell's Clinic in Memphlj this morning. The injury was reported to have been a chipped or fractured verterbae. The Indians took an early lead when they turned a pass Interception into their lone touchdown. Strccter Intercepted 'the Earle pist mi the Shawnee 45 and went »11 the way for a touchdown. Bulldogs Snap Back Bui T h e Bulldogs came right I back. Ractler. who alleniated be- tSwcen guard and fullback led an Earle drive thai started eep In the Bulldogs' territory. He climaxed by plunging over Irpm -eight yardi In the second quarter, Got! '" led Earle's second touchdown drive and climaxed It with a six-yard touch The linciius P(*. Cape Oirardcau Galther Pike ... Mehrle Wood . Bos tic . King .. Oantrell Wilson Privett , Morga* L.E. . . L.T. . . L.Q. ..' C. .. R O. R.T. R B. . Q B. H.B. H B. . P.B. Melcalf Hodkiss .. Cralt Hollidny .. Strop Jones Champ Moves Up In Texas Open FORT WORTH, Tex., Oct 14 f/P) lr rat ti i. (.I. , vlh „ .„ " gr v.rt i K Mlss BerB absorb ' CPen R " d ls the plre Irom she has ever gained the plunge. Hall picked up th» extra point. Philyaw scored the third touchdown a few minutes later on an eight-yard plunge over center after the Bulldogs hart marched again from deep In their own territory. Philyaw scored his second touchdown In the second quarter on a 15-yorri end sweep and he added another in the third place period lo complete the scoring. • Thc lineups: Earla O. Burns Klrkwoort Llndsey .. Willinms Raeder .; , Fowler Garner Greer V. Burns Bush Goff ..... . Burrls Haw ..... Atchley Philyaw . Daniels .. , L E. . L.r.' . L.O. . O. ., R.3. H..T. R.E. Q.B. H.B. H.B. Shawne* ... welch .. Sulcer Robertson . Richard. B. Speck . ChiMeri .;... Fella L, Speck . Housman .. Streeter .... Laru* of Savage, Minn., slarted today a 3«-hole malch for the women's Texas Open golf championship. Miss Hanson yesterday easily ousted Betsy Rawls of Austin Tex < and 3, while Miss Berg edged rr> .H u n Belly Jameson of San AntorUo '?« tnT """l™ 00 . 15 s ' a " °' the Pa. Tex., 1 up In 20 holes. '"" M ™°' «lf^_ L f»B«eJpst season. The pur- MlH Berg Is a professional golfer, MIM Hanson an amateur She Jiist recently won the national championship. Phillies Purchase Dodger fnfielder PHILADELHIA, Oct. 14. (^ _ The Philadelphia Phillies have reached Into the Brooklyn Dodgeri organization for posslbl* 1B5I In- Held help. ' • • The National League 'champion* .•osterdny announced the purchas* of Clarence Hicks, who batted .23* Stars of the Pa. chase price was not announced. We1 la Dry A growing alfalfa plant needs (• —... ...... -~ ,uu pounds of water to produce one pound of dry alfalfa hay. quarter, but the University of Ar-1 kansas frosh took the football game, 14-13 here last night. Thc Rebels were leading, 13-0. when the first quarter ended, but weren't able to score thereafter. The first Razorback touchdown came In the second quarter on a fo — Jump pass from Francis Long lo """" Wesley Hufflnes. The second was scored In the final quarter on a 33-yard pass from Lnmar McHan lo Hutfincs and a Coiir-yi>r.1 thrust! by Floyd Sagely. Long kicked both «xt» potou. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Mondqy, Oct. 16 8:15 p.m. TAG MATCH Bobby Lane & Al Get* vs. Eddie Gosiett & Gene Bowman For Reserved Seals, Call S3S9 Adult* 50c—Children ISe Al«e 2 7-Foll 30 Mirtur, Matches Lane v». Gouett Gets vs. Bowman . . " — °- "•~'--'- I *«*«******nB~ > Tl:<.^:. J ' J v'-'y&'i-' < 4 wf xV,?£i FO n- R PAUL — P ™' Itichiinls, who is spoils edilor of", once if,^ nJr'nl;'T ?WSP u PC J ?"""* i* 10 wi " tcr ™ ntlls . "eft, and ^ eWW ' h ? t ^ OH ^ B m CBr n^ k d St ^ (t t 1 ,fo l f & ffi &S thi, past season ,nd replace fill-in pilot Red Cor'rideS at Cntca^o! STOCK CAR RACES Sunday, October 15 of 2:30 P.M. Walker Park Speedway ' 50 CARS r== South's Greatest Racing Show! Tim* Trials 12:30 Racing 2:30 p.m. THRILLS, SPILLS AND FUN FOR ALL

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