The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1950 · Page 13
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November 2, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1950 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Osceola, Shawnee To Lead B Action Osceola and Shawnee clash at Osceola tomorrow night in the headliner of this week's Class B high school football activity in Mississippi County. Although the Seminoles are heavy favorites over the Indians of Joiner. the game will be the highlight ol B action this week as only three games are on the slate and one ol them v,'3£ played last night. Lepanto, one ' of th« District ree's stronger B teams, rolled over Bvirdctte 39-13 at Osceola last night to start the week's action. And the two games scheduled for tomorrow night will coinplete it. In the only other game scheduled for tomorrow night, Reiser's winless Yellow Jackel-s will take on the Marlon Tartans In a game to be played at Kelser, Keher Wlnless Coach Bill Bell's Yellow Jackets are still looking for their first victory of the season. They have played six games this season.and have lost all of them, And they will be rated under dogs in tomorrow night's game. Wilson will be Idle tomorrow night due to Its scheduled game with Tyronza being called off. Tyronza was reported to have dropped football and to have cancelled al] the remaining games on its schedule. The open date will give Coach Roy Stobaugh's Bulldogs a good opportunity to look at the Osceola Seminotes, their opponents for next week. The Wilson-Osceola game wil be the headliner in the county nexl week and it will have a lot of bear- Ing on deciding the District 3B championship. Osceola will be seeking Its seventh win of the season against Shawnee tomorrow night. Coach D u k I e Speck's Semlnoles have lost but one jame this season, a' 19-U decision >o Whltehaven, Tcnn. Osceola to Be Favored The Seminolcs will be rated some JO points favorites over Coach W. C. Rook's Indians In tomorrow night's game. The Indians have been plagued with injuries all season and have not shown as well as expected. Both teams were scheduled to wind up their week's practice this afternoon in preparation for tomorrow night's games. Both ended their heavy work yesterday and were slated for only light work this afternoon. The Semlnoles will be pointing for next week's meeting witfi Wilson arid will be out to make this game a springboard to the district championship. Last year the Bulldogs won the district crown by upsetting the Seminoles in one of the best games played in the county. Lepanto Mauls Burdette 39-73 In Osceo/o Tilt Burdetfe's winning itrok wu broken »t four game* last night u Lepanto bunded Ce»ch Charles Sims' Pirates » »-13 putlnj In • game played at Osceola. Lepnnto scored In every Quarter ** 'hey rushed put the leu-ex- perienced Pirates, The hlg quarter •'a* (he second when the visitors Piled up four touchdown* and two extra points to build up a 33-0 halftime lead. Burdctte's two tallies both came In the fourth quarter. End Billy Conner scored the firs*, on an 18- yard pass from halfback Daniels. Eugene Cable crashed over guard (or the extra point. The Pirates' second tally was scored on a 15-yard Jaunt over tackle by L. G. Hamilton after > Danids-to-Conner pass connected for 40 yards to set up the touchdown. Aside from the big second frame the Rame was fairly close as far aa scoring was concerned. Lcpanto scored once in each the first, third and fourth periods and four times ! in the second. The Ir.ss gave the Pirates a 4-3 record for the season. Teachers Lose Lineman to Service CONWAY, Ark., Nov. 2. (,P|— John Thomas on. senior lineman from Texarkana. has been lost 'to the Arkansas State Teachers College football team. The guard-tackle has been called to military service and will report at Camp Chaffee Saturday. ' He']', be missing when the Bears meet Magnolia A. and M. at Magnolia Saturday night. Palmer Clutches Narrow Lead in North-South Open PINEHUR8T, H.C., Nov. J. <AP> —«lMrtming Sam Bnead has his work cut out (or him If he Is to retain'hU Norlh »nd South Open HtJe and add to th« bigge.st bankroll professional golf ha* seen for the last l» p o years. Sammy hai been playing well and U very much In the running, but some tough cookies were ahead ol the White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. p hot rock »s he started today's third round four strokes off the pace In » four-way tie for fourth place. Johnny Palmer, the «Uady 32. year old from Badin, N.C., was five strokes oft hU first day record- equalling «S. but his fine 10 gave him 135, nine under par for the 6.952 yard No. 2 Country Club course, and a one-stroke lead. Right on his heels with a 69 aft- j er an opening 61 was Jim Ferricr, No. 2 money winner this year, from San Francisco. Alone with 137 for third place was veteran Mike Turnesa. White' Plains, N.Y., who was one of three' hole-tn-onc producer yesterday. His 61 was the best second Konstanty Named NL's Most Valuable Hy Jt>K KKICHLRK NKW YOKK, Nov. 2. (At')—Casimcr James (Big Jim) Konstanty won Hie National League's most valuable player award today. He was the first rislief pitcher ever to receive that honor. The bespectacled righthander, In addition. Konslanly was credited whose B reat hurling In the clutch .vitli saving at least 26 games for llio Pliib. Konstanty Is the second Phllly player to win the MVP award. PAGE THIRTEEN won (he first f]ag m 35 years for lhe Philadelphia Phils in 1950, ,.nrvde a runawriy if the one-sided race. The 33-year-old native of Wni'ce.s- N.Y., received 18 of the 24 first ilnce volc.s of n committee o( the [meball Writers' t \sso elation of America. The only surprise was that l\\o \vrllcrs fulled to name him In 'their 1 0- player Porkers Beqin Basketball Drills , FAYE'ITEVILLE. Ark., Nov. 3. <AP>—Postponed basketball practice started yesterday at the University of Arkan.ws. The Razorbacks by Southwest Conference ruling weren't, aliawed to start at the same time as other conference squads as penalty, for participation by some players in an ^ ^ Gran Hamncr, a teammate ol roiind• ! *^°nstanty, and new York's Eddie i Slankv each received two first place score Then came Snead at 139, votes."The other two we.U lo sum Joined by Chuck Klein, San Antonio. .,„ ,„. , ~. .„ , , . „,,,,, Tex.; George P'rio,. Washington, " ™ p/UsbuMi P and Prank Stranahan, Ohio, amateur. Toledo, San Marino is the oldest and smallest republic in the world. unauthorized tournament last season. The squad, one of the tallest In Hazorback history, includes six veterans. MiiJiial. three-lime MVP award winner and last season's baiting king, finished a poor second to Konstanly in the point total. Big Jim collected 286 points to 158 for. the Cardinal slugger. Stanky. second base spark plug of the Glnnts, third wilh 144 points. Jim toiled In 74 gomes, a National League record, all in relief. 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