The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1950 · Page 9
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TEX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS - - i - • i - -,—- ILL»_^ —-.--j • -...--.. *.. v . -*%rv.y \J\J \J S\ IFjtl 1*1 111 n m _« Chicks Finish Season Undefeated. Untied-Osceola Trounces Shawnee 337 irifIA l/mlc (Ivor r^' m ""-"rinimmi ••• ~ ~ — -*•• • . . . Tribe Rolls Over Piggoff in Mud R.ld, Hay, O'Brien Shine as Mosfe'ymen Garner 32-7 Victory PIGGOTT, Ark., Nov. 4.— Blytheville's Chicks sloshed tkroug-h tlie rain and mud here last night to an easy 32-7 victory over the Piggott Mohawks to put the clincher 01 their first undefeated, untiei regular season in 13 years. The game was the finale of (he Chicks' regular 1950 schedule and the wkt was their ninth In as many starts, leaving them only the state Claw AA playoft to worry about The championship playoff Is scheduled to start Nov. 24 with the Chicks meeting Forrest City In thtir first round game. Last night's game was played on a muddy field and In a steady 'downpour that kept both tennis on (he ground except lor a last hair desperation aerial stand by the Mo hawks. The Chicks, In spite of injuries to four key men, completely outclassed the weaker Mohawks In the mud duel, using brute power as their ramrod. They piled all of their scoring into the first three quarters and then coasted In without too much worry. L«ies Has Sore Foot . With their co-captain and chief ground gainer Charles (Ruff) Lutes hobbled by a sore foot, the Chicks turned things over to the other two members of their one-two-three punch, fullback Robert Reid and halfback Mel Hay and they led the onslaught. Reid and Hay had things pretty much their way. Operating behind a line tlmt whittled huge holes In the Mohawk forward wall. Reid and Hay chewed off long gains on straight power plays, making the Tribe's usual display of plays from two and three different offensive formations unnecessary. The Chicks built up an early lead with four touchdowns In the first half with the reserves playing most of the last two quarters. And then Coach Russell Mosley took the harness off what will be his next year's baekfield and what he showed the handful of loyal Chick fans who braved the elements to see the game, was encouraging to say the least. These fans saw a fine display of broken field running by Johnny O'Brien, a sophomore who will try to fill Lutes' shoes next fall. O'Brien got loose on a couple of long runs and finished the night with a total of 159 yards gained In seven carries for an average of 22.71. Lutes started the game In spiie of his injury and he stayed in long enough to get the Chicks to rolling then he retired to the bench for the night. He got the Chicks' first touchdown in less than' two minutes. Lutes circled end from nine yards put for the touchdown three plays nrter Hay had set up the score on a beautiful 30 yard jaunt over tackle. Leroy Criner missed his extra point try. : ' Mohawks Slopped The Mohawks then tried retaliation but were unable to move against the Chicks hard charging linemen .who played a good game in spite of the mud. The Mohawks came out passing the first, time they got the ball with quarterback Jimmy Brawner doing the heaving but he was rushed hard by the Blytheville forwards and his second effort was intercepted by Mel Hay at the Piggott 35 and the Chicks were off sgain. Two straight penalties set the Chicks back to their own 45 but not for long. O'Brien took over for Lutes Pacific Hospital. ake handoff, moved to the eight. Gentry got a bad pass from center and lost 15 more and on the next, >lay Hay passed to Vance In the end zone but a 15 yard penalty for llegal use of the hands on offense lullificd the play and moved the Thicks back to the 36. On tlie fourth down Hay put the Mohawks In a deep hole when his punt, rolled dead at the one Brawner tried to pass out but three tralBht limes his tosses were ropped by receivers and he had to Mint out. Hay took the punt at the 0 and returned to the 15. Then Robert Reid returned to the ame and he ton tried his hand 05 scat back. He took off around left nd. got by the line of scrimmage nd out ran the secondary to score ntouched. Crlner's place kick ailed and the Chicks led 32-0. At this point, Mosley cleared the ench. sending, in several players who had not seen (service all year. With the reserves in. the Mohawks finally got to clicking. An exchange of punts midway in the fourth period gave Piggott the ball at. the Mohawks' 45 and they marched 55 yards for their lone tally. Dickey Thomas, a speedy reserve halfback turned on Piggotfs best run of the night, a I5-yardcr, on the first play and Brawner hit end Don Rocdcr with a 10-yard toss to move lo the Chicks 30. Thomas got four more and Brawner threw to Portageville Tips Munford19toO Loss Visitors' First Of Season; Game Is Played in Rain, Mud PORTAGEVILLE. Mo., Nov. 4— The PortaceviHe Bulldogs handed Munford, Tcnn., Its first defeat of the season here last night in a muddy battle that ended 19-0 in favor of the Bulldogs. Portageville scored single markers in the first, second and fourth periods to gain the win and give the visiting Tennejscejms their first loss In nine starts. The Bulldog.-: scored their first touchdown In the second period with Hnlshof breaking loose on a SD yard end sweep, plowing into scoring territory untouched and Shnnkle crashed over for tlie extra point. 7-0 At Half Leading 7-0 at halftime ,(hc Bulldogs counted again on a long drive early in the third period that, war climaxed by a two yard scoring plunge by Shankle. Late in the fourth quarter tin the other end for is yards to tie' T, ,IT -*"-- the fourtn Barter th Blylhcville II. Then Thomas drcledi Bul " lo * s ''?<* their last six ppinte end behind good blocking to an all °" nnoth<!r 1""B drive. Nolfle score. end behind good blocking to go all the way. Thomas also scored Ihe extra point. Three plays later the game ended. The Chicks didn't get what they were looking for from the Mohawks but this could be attributed to the weather. Mosley was expecting a tough way to go and on a dry field he probably would have got Just that. Strong Suit Passing this one on a crow buck from the one yard line. The game was played in a steady drizzle, that kept the field slippery are also ,m th,. i nnd forced both learns lo slay on meeting Sena T'L ?'i h Hnl1 Ihe ground. Fumble., were plentiful Ing Robcm """ >Vc1ch mcct during the rain soaked game. Slarlln Wilson .. _..,,...„ Wliitaker The Mohawks found passing, their BlIr EC.« strong suit, difficult under Ihe I Mo -' 5 • weather conditions and Ihev were Reeves further " • - - ' ----„ , «. t . ,„, „„„.„ .-. by the loss 'f Wagner and on-the stalue of liberty off off I '- clr h 'S P«n. Joel Muse, earlv <n ' Kimes . deep punt formalion raced lo the' lhc same. Muse, a pile driving 'no- | Nome Pisgott 34 to set up the second | pounrtcr. carried only twice In the j Shnnkle touchdown. Then end Ted Vance got j first wrier and was forced lo' Foster a key block at the 20 from center leiu ' e tnc g"i»e due to B "knee in- Hulshof J. O. Droke and went all the way ! l" rv on an end around. This time diner kicked the extra point and Blvthc- ville led 13-0. Piggott tried to get its offense to rolling again early in the second quarter but again the chick line slammed the door and Blvtheville tool; over on downs at midficld. The Chicks then turned their all- state fullback Robert Reid loose and Wh'le the whole c'.iick tc-m Hlnyetl well under the circumstances, there were several ouKtanding performances. But if one player was to be singled out as the outstanding player of the night the majority of the votes, undiiibtedlv. would Hiieutis: rn . L.B, . L.T. . L.O. R G. R.T. Q'i. . " D. H 1. . F.B. Two More Teams f orn Berths; V an *u,en Defeated By CAKL HEM, LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 4. (fl;-r m more teaim eamcd Arlta ,, MJ ugh school playoff berths last night and other* warmed up for de- Games of Nov'. n will be the last elding games of the next two weeks. Caruthersville, Jackson Tie Tigers Rally Late To Knot Score; Rain Slows Down Play CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., Nov. 4 — Caruthersville and Jackson battled throng)) the mini nnd rain to a 1212 draw at Jackson last night. Both teams sloshed to two touchdowns hut neither was able to convert. A steady drizzle made the turf slippery and fumbles frequent. The lead in the game swapped hands twice before the mud-splattered Issue was settled. Caruthcrs- villc scored first but Jackson countered with two straight, touchdowns forcing the Tigers to come from behind In the final period to knot the score. Tl) In Plrsl Period Cariillicr.srllle got the scoring going after five minutes of the first quarter when Cantrell crossed the Jackson goal from 11' yards out to end the Tigers' first drive. In (he second quarter Jackson evened the count with halfback Clci) Mills breaking loose on a beautiful 5-1 yard jaunt. Jackson went ahead In the third period and again It was Mills on a long run. He circled end from X yards out to pick up the second touchdown. Caruthersville began i(s touchdown drive midway ,„ „,„ fourth period, marclUng from midfield to the Jackson three. At. the three Mend passed to end Wilson for the touchdown. second in the Roberts, Hall Are Paired in Mat Feature John Swenskl and Roy Welch team up against Finis Hall and Red Roberts in the tag match feature of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium Monday night. Swcnski, a smooth working heavyweight, made his initial appearance here last Monday night and his performance won him n return booking Swenski is a 200-pound veteran and a favorite of many Memphis fans. Last week he teamed with Al „ GcU against Charlie Carr and Lee Savold. Hall. Roberts and Welch are all Blytheville veterans and hare larcc followings among Blythcville's wrestling fans. All arc heavyweights and have been wrestling professionally for more than a decade Two one-fall preliminary bouts also State's Top Scorer Runs Point Torsi to 156 for Eight Games - .-.-.. __ ...... ., „ , t , ,„; t m- Ji|5l count In distrlcl races ncr-i'^ii A xi Sllonm Springs won the 1A cham- UnU'-m-.A, Nov. •!.—1. 0( | |,y plonship and a right to enter the Harvey Lee fljll, the state's itate playoffs by trampling Hunts- leading scorer, tile Osceola ' ° Seminoles defeated the Slmv- ncc Indians ;W-7 in the ruin here last night. Hill added three more touchdowns to his growing list- of points to brins his total points to 150 for nine games. Hill scored his three touchdowns in the first half as he led the Sen>- ville, 27 to o. Undefeated, united Rison walloped Watson Chapel.. 55-0, to cop the 8B crown, it was Rlson's eighth slralght victory. Other perfect records were protected as Blytheville defeated Piggott. 32-7. for win No. 9; DtQuecn whipped Tcxarkana, 26-2, for No 8' McCrory marked up its eighth straight, 53-0, orcr Bald Knob, and Lakcsslde of Hoi Springs downed Bismarck, 32-0, for No. 6. Fort Smith Wins Fort Smith climbed out of the Hig Six cellar and turned it over lo Hot Springs by clipping the Trojans. 20-7. Jerry Sluaghter ran 57 yards for one Grizzly touchdown and passed for another. Charles Presley caught the scoring pass nnd ran five yards for the other Fort Smith counter. The Pine Bluff Zebras, pointing for next week's Big six title showdown with Little Rock, ran over Foi'dyce, 58-6. with reserves playing mast of the time, mile Rock has a. non-league engagement in Paducah, Ky., tonight. Van Buren Beaten North Little Rock, ranking only No. 4 in the Big six, slapped down the Class AA champion of District One, Van Buren, 26-12. Don Monk and Travis Hartwlck each scored twice for the Northsicters. Van Ruren didn't get started until the last two minutes, scoring both its touchdowns then on passes by Gene Bradley. Another Big Sixer, third-place El Dorado, was humbled by Haynes- rille, La., 35-6. Magnolia and Camden, both boasting perfect district records, honed their weapons for their clash for the 7AA title next week. Magnolia blasted Hope. 20-0. and Camden slaughtered Smackover, 40-0, In league games. , Nashville, whijh startled the siate by healing Magnolia In a non- rlivLsion scrap a few weeks ago. suffered on Ihe other end of an upset last night. The Scrappers fell hard 26-0, before Mnlvern . H;w S Aussie Netmen .. Flelchcr) ... McDill . Pirkard Win Over Yonks BRISBANE. Australia. Nov. 4. r,p, Delashmit; .7 A - IIS '™ I I ! "' tennis champion Edmlslou F ' ank Scdgman heat the American . Mom-el 0 !"" 11 " 0 "- . Art Li ' rse " of San Fran- WIKonlrl ' , li " 1 6 " 2 torta >' lo win the .'.' Walker I ^" 0011S Slnt<? litlc '" a mn(O\ ~^^^^ ii^B£~^n Crackcn. "«W jnd™e. Team Stalislfrs: Blyllii'vill First Downs .... ... 13 Yds. Gnd. Rushing . 357 have snne to renter J. C. Dro^c. Except for a couple of brief cie- . u ,. uu i*n ivuu^i ij ni:ui loose and fensive rest periods. Droke player! on the first play he bulled his way ! every minute of Ihe game He threw to the Piggott 25. nut two straight! 'evcrnl nice bbe!:s on offense and prnaties followed to back the Clvckr, | on defense his line bart'-g wns' •- •»>..,...,. r 1 ths way to their own 45 Anil I f'viru as he m-;!* Hniself u hard ''asres Attempted it vas here O'Brien showed )>is:(-r—-I for the bl-T'ccrs " " scuff. Taking off around end lie j And tfere were ollicrs whose per- 7 : ;-zaggcd his way through the I f.-rnir.iu-ps warrant special nicntfnn r V'dlri Enecoluiar - v r °'; 5S >•••"">• t" T'"V v.-rro Euwne Knonce and liili P 5 dirt. Cnner missed on his kick j Boyd who played qood l-irklt- irnmn., euards Lcrcy Criner. Lutes. Vance. O'Brien. D. Rciji raid R. Reid. Picgolt - Thoinns. Extra points: Blytl-eville—Criiicr 2 pig- gotf— Thomns. Officials: Hal Dietrich, referee; Tom Burr'c; 'ss, umpire: John Dickey, linesman: Cub Mc- 7-5 1D . 17 fr'm placement. T\vo minutes 45 seconds later the Chicks owned six more p-j;nl Unable to move for the third straight time. Piogott was forced lo punt three plays after the kirkoff Brawner faded deep but was rushed and had to hurry Ihe punt and as a result he kicked a 12-varder to the Blytheville 48. Reid came right back and with srme assistance from Mel Hay rolled to the Piggotl 13 in four plays O'Brien set up the touchdown on a .12-yard stab at tackle to the one •and quarterback Dick Reid sneaked over. Criner kicked his second extra point of the night to give Blytheville a 26-0 lead at haltlime. Reserves Into Fray Mosley started lurnine things over to the reserves shortly after the kickoff'opening the Ihird quarter and the Chicks kept right on rolling. The Mohawks ran three plays after tho kick for a net gain of nine yards and Brawner pmilcd to Hay at the Blytheville 15 Hav made no return. With his passing chores curtailed by the weather Hay tried his hand lit soat hacking and raced 15 yards f' 1 . ''"^ Jjfsl play from scrimmage, '^'"rlen In two plays raced 20 u:ul 31 yards respectively to move to PjRgott 15 Halfback Donald Gentry fumbtrri •nd )c*t Jour and Dick Reid, on B HaroM Koonce and ends Mack Hay. Jim Gossett and l):.rrell Lloyd. All played well, esncci.illy on defense. Starl'piy li'n- Blyllirville Vance Boyd Mayo Droke Criner Hay 1'ns. I. E L r L.G. c ........ Janes R Ci ....... irby R T . . . Willman R F. ........ Roeder Q n ..... Brawner H n ...... Hlnkle H U ..... Hawkins ...... F i; ..... M IISC Substitutions: Blviheville — O'Brien, E. Koonce. Smith. H. Koouce. Gentry. ' Lunslord. Oossett. Lloyd, May. Hornbersm, M. Koonce, Harrell, M. L. Criner, Abbott, riggott— Williams. Richardson. O'Neal, Thomas, Howell and Meyers. Scor- R. Reid Hay . . Lutes . • ".*"•• ; O'Brien James | D . Rcid Lawrence j Vance Bankston GclUrv ' Passes Completed o Pd.s. Gnd. Passing o Pasfcs Tnterccpled by. 1 t Penalties . 7 for 95 yds. 1 lor 5 yds. Records: Blylhcvilln •'la.ver Tries (lull. Mack D - Rcid Mel Hay Llll « - Reid Brown . Smith . Harrell . Totals . Brawner Hinkle . MVI5C . . Hawkins Thomas 3 .. S .. 3 .. 1 .. 1 . 11 I'issolf Trle«. .. 6 .. 4 .. 2 .. 1 Totals 55 R.T 16 15!) 9 17 !1 10 1 -2 C.uci. 6 3 4 2 50 65 Av.i;. B.87 " " ' ' * « -tr iu ildUuiC.S semifinal. The first three sets of this marathon were played ye.slcr- day. They were to meet Bed-man and Ken McGregor In the final liter today. iScm Snead Wins NorSh-South Open P1NEUURST. N. c.. Nov. 4 ,.}; .._ He didn't will the U. S. O;:rn or Ihe PGA championship this year out Sammy Sllcad grabbrd -\lMiit everything e i se of Importance in sight. I Sammy breezed through with a 70 ! yesterday in the final round of •/• c . ,„!, „ , v(nnil , K 275 13 lm(|r] . ^ r Football Scores County Blytheville 32, PiEgalt 7 Osceola 33, Shawnee 7 Stale Magnolia 20. Hope 0 (7AA1 North Little Reck 20. Van Buren 12 Pine Bluff 58. Pordyce 6 Monticcllo 29, Eudora 0 <8A> Lake Village 38. Hamburg 0 Balesville 27, Walnut Ridge 0 I2A) Camden 40. Smackover 0 (7AA) Couway 20. Morrilton 0 Joplin. Mo.. 22, Payctteville 1!) Haynesvillc, La.. 39. El Dorado 6 Siloam Springs 27, Huntsville DeQueen 26. Texarkaiia 2 Fort Smith 20. Hot Springs 1 Lakeside 32, Bismarck 0 Paris 12, Dardanelle 7 Springdale 34. Rogers 8 (1AA? Alma 13, Ozark 6 Hartford 12, SI. Anne's 12 MB) iMcna 8, Greenwood 1 (4A) Paragould B 13. Lcpanto 7 Gillett 20, Carlisle 12 •Magnet Cove 13. Clinton 12 Porhontas 38. Corning o Hebcr springs H, Deaf School 13 .\fcCrory 53. Bald Knob 0 I2A) ' Newport 7. Searcy 1 i2A) Forrest City. 12, Stuttgart 7 Holly Grove 18. Brinkley 6 Malvern 26. Nashville 0 Marvcll 32. Hazen 13 (6B1 Benton 0. Marlaiina 0 llic) Dermolt 32. Portland 7 i8Bl Gulden 7. Arkaciclphia o Prescoll 20. Ashdown 6 (7A1 Rison 5o. Walsou Chapel 0 |8B> Atkins 26. Sheridan 13 Jacksonville 51. Perryville 0 McGcliee 18. Warrrcn C Helena 3D. Wliitchaven. Tenn., o Duinns 7. White Hall 0 Wynne 34. West Memphis u Southeast Missouri Carutheisvillc 12. Jackson 12 I'ortngcvillc IS. Munford. Tcnn 0 Sikeston 27. Cape Girardeau 6 ' Poplar Bluff 25. Perryville 0 East Prairie 7. Charleston 0 Kcnuetl 30. Dexter 0 Hayli 14. Illmo-Fornfclt 0 Chaffce 38, Maiden 7 Porkers, Aggies Clash Tonight COLLEGE STATION, Tex., Nov. 4. <AP)—The Arkansas Razorbacks and Texas A. and M., Conference football teams which have surprised their followers In ways, meet here tonight. Arkansas expected two i lonths ago to be a strong contender for the conference championship. v/hile the Aggies were picked as a likely candidate for the ccl- lur. inolcs to a 27-0 halftime lead Coach Dukle Speck's tribe added I another marker In the second half lo ice the game and then coasted home. Shaw-nee scored Its lone [ally on the first play of the fourth quarter with Aubrey Robertson plowin» over. Robertson also scored the extra point. Osceola Starts Fast Osceola started quickly marching straight for a touchdown after receiving the opening kickoff. Hill scored the Initial tally on an end sweep and tailback Tommy Spiers kicked the extra point. Spiers recovered a Shawnee fumble In Shawnee territory to set up the second touchdown and Hill scored on the first play from scrimmage. Spiers' attempt conversion was blocked. Early In the second period Shawnee punted from deep in iu, own territory and the kick was downed at the Indians' 30. On the first play following the punt Hill circled end lor 30 yards and his third touchdown. Spiers kicked the extra point Sfcvi-ns Covers Fumble Late in the second quarter Stevens recovered a Shawnee fumble at the 40 and on the second play Spiers scored standing up. Spiers kicked the extra point lo give the Semin- olcs at 27-0 lead at hairtitnc The Scminoles' final touchdown came in the third quarter when Warren Weinberg returned a Stiaw- nee kickoff 65 yards. The victory was 'the eighth of the season for the Semiuoles a»ainst only one loss. Their lone defeat was Terni M dcd5l °" ^° Whilehavcn, Starling lineups: Osceola Wilson . Lannum Dilliard Johnson Stevens .owe .. Cox atilwell Spiers . GOJJIK into Iheir 24th meeting, however, the Razorbacks have a disappointing record of two wins and four defeats and A. anrt M. has lost only to Oklahoma and Baylor. The Aggies are favorites, despite (lie fact that Arkansas whipped Baylor by three touchdowns, An- oihcr common foe, Texas Christian, boat Arkansas but was walloped by lhc Parks Out Beer Can Makes Button ^^s^"s^F "»rr^r™^-" 1 "'^ l.."0] He became the first repeal win- cans torn k" " S f" E tl '^ ci ' rt ' c ' cl b «c: 1 ! in 1926-7. . L E. . L.T. . L.G. .. C . R O. fl T R E. Q B. H B. H B. F n Substitutions: Oscenla _ WeVl's" Danehower. Perr.v. Starr. Cox Bov'-' ers. Steed, j. Fleming. Little, c Edrington. C. Rose, Wcinberg D Edringtnn. S. Fleming, Ferguson" Goble. B. Hill. Herring ami Burcli Shawnee—Bradshaw. S'acks Pick aid. Jenkins, Haskins, Bennett Brewer. Hill Oimn Shawnrn Felts .. Childers Robertson Geaudeaux • B. Speck • -. . Sulcer Adams • L. Speck . Houstnnn -. St-reetcr Larue Missouri Volley's Record Dreoms Spoiled by ASC By The Associated I'ress Arkansas state College has spoiled Missouri Valley's dreams of a perfect football record for the second straight season and a-nin by one point. The Indians from Joncsboro trim mcfl the Vikings. 21-20, at Marshall. Mo., Friday night with a dramatic 00-yard drive in the last two minutes. A fourth-down plunge by Don Gcbbcrl from Hie one-yard line produced the touchdown that tied the score, and Don LaPhntc's third straight conversion gave State the game. H was Missouri Valley's first setback since the Indians won, 7-5 last year. Conference games take (he spotlight in the AIC Saturday and Saturday night. College of the Ozarks will 'be at. Little Rock Junior College. State Teachers at Magnolia A. & M. and Arkansas Tech at Arkansas A. & M. Non-conference games are Arkansas College at Bethel iTcnn.l and Hendrlx at Millsaps. The Red River Is so cal | cr | bc . cause of the reddish-brown silt it carries. the BlaU Brewing Co. here in a letter from Cnpt. Georce s Lone '' commanding officer of an American ' artillery battery. He said the button had been ripped off the uniform of a North Korean senior lieu- SHEET METAL WORK• —— OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing Tip to 1/4 inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 Sonlh Drondway phone 2651 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Nov. 6 8:00 p.m ' TAG MATCH John Swenskl & Roy Welch Adults 50c—Children 15c . Finis Hall & Red RoberU For Reserved Seals, Call 33S9 Also 2 1-Fall 30 Minute Matches Hall V». Swenskl Welch vs. Roberts have ended tn ttei, * Arfcansu j$ expected to mix mor« of its new offensive formation, th« Z, In with Us .standard split T maneuvers in mi effort to sharpen Its aerial nlack. The Ilezorbacka will be without the service* of their leading ball corrlpr, halfback Ray Parks. He has not recovered fi'ornj* knee injury suffered in the Tfyt&f game two weeks ago. A. and M. also may have to play without jt.i regular right halfback, Billy Tidwell. who was hurt In th« Baylor game last week. The Razorbacks' big alignment seems to be stopping Bob Smith, AeRle fullback who leads the conference in rushing, Between 40 and SO gold mine* operate along a 50-mile stretch of in past, meetings, Arkansas has ^^ Afrlca , s ,. Ranri -.. won u to A. and M.'s ten. Two lilts' Yes, You Can Save Money On These Good Used Cars Demonstrator 1950 MERCURY .$600 Discount Only fi.OOO nrlunl miles and ive give a new c;ir gunnmtcc. Choose from 2 c;ir.s equipped with nulti), hentrr, nvcnlrive a ml white side wall lire?;. Brand New 1950 MERCURY Big Discount Vrs, we'll allow you $300 rm any car or trurk you ran drive imfn our lot , , . when you trade for any nrie nf thrae 1 lira in] new Mcrcurys. 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