The Index-Journal from Greenwood, South Carolina on November 1, 1946 · Page 3
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Greenwood, South Carolina
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Friday, November 1, 1946
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FRIDAY. NOV. 1, 141 THE 1NDEX-J0URNAC. GREENWOOD, S. C VaZi TKrca )Sfci -Major Unbeaten Eooiball"3-eamG'"R!sk Records This Weekend. ' i . , ....... 1 . - i ' - ' ' - ' ' - - ' v ' " - E J- Next to Last Home Nteht Game at O'clock on Local PuVrr School OoUlen Tornado Ul furnish Uie ojipoa'Uon tonight U the Orrriiinxl liners) d In Pwlr next-to-Ust hum night game of the season. The game will be played at I O'clerk. same Um u ell other games this araaon with tht rxrep tlon of Um! Union contest last Fn- Coach Pinkie Babb lists these men as the probable starting elevrn which will take the Ileki against tht tidtiirt tonight: K Cook; it. Snyder; lg. Coffey; center. La grone. rg. Julien; rt. Bailey; re. Austin; qb. Bannister; th. Johnson; rh. Rice; ft. Horton. Coach Paul WMfoncr of Parker gives Ink m liia probable sUrUng combination: to. Wilson: It-WYeO,; If, Ward; center. Taffrr rg. Dunn; rt, JUnvnrlt; ra, Nixon; qu, , H. Hendricks; Ih, Hamby; th. Evett; fb. Flowers, . SQUARE jit- ( HAD VOFR f ICTt'BK TAE.EN? i The qweatiori wring asked around tht Lender College campua thia week la "Have you had your picture taken?"' Photographs for the Naiad, college yearbook, are being taken by Marlon Wart from the Osspar-Ware studios, college annual photograph of Atlanta, Oa. Mr. Ware la foruaing hia camera on classroom scenes, college ath-letea In action, grouie of the varl-ouua campua club,' staffs of the Naiad and , Erulhraian. , literary publication, and students and faculty members. , DELATED LETTER Ware Shoals. Oct 31. Mrs. H. P Vauglgi. of Uone Path. ' Route I, received a card but Saturday from her aiater-ln-law. Mra. W. O. Hln-ton that wa mailed at Walhalla, on December 23. It U4 the letter five yeara to get from Walhalla to Honea Path. Mra. Ilinton now Uvea on Dpnaida, Route J. Bolivia la the fifth largest country of South America. Saturday Only - Briar Or MaH This Ai 1 OCT li ii vw maw .. im Oalr EXPANSION WATCH D AN D Uaaraatrstl atalal.. HtnU WDI H.t -. Tarahik r Mr rietlhla Adia.Uhlf. FH A ay Watek. aar Wri.i BTAMI.KN aa4 Herrli. .MAKFM tKT'WiTrH l.dlikT IJOOII. 1 OVOU WATCH KM MAN'S BAND ; . ;' NUIatat steal ", 91 r sack " 13 T. at Its tralr afturSahla Srlee I- i I Jaerfnrailas, Uralak-anml aiil watck kaat ts. mrU ka kt-ra wait-" j iaaviari iirxiaiv. a naktsitlakt, t iHtHV. IFTI'S Mil 1'. ' 1 t MXIT TWO.. WATCH BAKDH TO A CI NTOMER A?T Eg( KI.I.KT CHRrNTNAH UII'T C - . MAIL ORDKltd A44 le Ha C. O. n. Patterson's Cut-Ilate Drug Store &rs&wk!t& w & m&f1- ' riJ) rtr YOU SAY l.t 5itTlt DCjMC 70 MILES LAN HOUR-WHY OFFICERTHIS L a' aPgrJsA A a n A si a 4 a aaa at IS f VCU wm I UUUUHI Ur OUZTS f ';iV1'.:V'wes LETM6TELL (YOU WHAT I PAID ,FO IT PASSING FANGY ' ' j i- Jr Columbus Coach AiV.TW Calls Players Off i : X Jr Field Last Niffht ll Gamecocks' In Best - Condition Of Year . To Meet Citadel , By Tht AMrlale4 Preaa &ulh Carollna'a Uamecocki, In tht best phyaical condition of the aeajton. reaolved to take no chance hi the Orangeburg County Fair game with underdog Citadel thta afternoon. Coach Itei Enrtght aaid the Oamecorka could expect "danger oua oppuaiUon" from the Improved Citadel aquad, although he hoped to be able to line his first at ring tpartngly In view- of later games with . Maryland, Duke and Wake forest. Thia afternoon's eUuih serves aa the prelude to a topflight weekend card for Southern Conference elevens, Ma)or engagementa tomor row with outsiders are Duke's meet ing with Georgia Trch at Durham and North Carolina's defense ot lt undefeated record at Tennessee. THAT HKTTLKO THAT Loa Angeltta, Nov. 1 C! There was soma confusion last week over a high school football score. Rtatlsticlans couldn't agree whether suburban Canoga Park defeated Verdugo Mills K, 17 or 88-0. Thia la to announce a draatlc revision. It appears that Canoga Park unwittingly used an Ineligible played.' So Verdugo Hills won, ' 1-0. 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.' 9.9 c nTr.r.t O. Maa's 1.WOK BKTTEK , LAUT'S BAND yialakea la ia-bt foli. Nilf.r fai Ik aiaea.lra lonkl.a ' hhiiIii so .verlaMlac saiartt tlel yoer '3 p MavJ U BETTER. BETTER iMl' ft lit V I $2.49 i rlONt TO TUB JUDGE i'VfcP UifTrZr J. r 1... . .. L.l .1 Oulumbua, Oa. Nov. 1-J Coach J. D. Langley said today ht called ids Bremen High Schoul football team off tht field latt In Its 69-to-g loss to Jordan High of Columbus last night because "the buys had had enough of a beating." The game was Interrupted with about four mmutrs left when a flat fight broke out among th opposing players. After tht players were separated, tht Bremen team left tht field' without continuing tht game. "I dldnt mind their running, tht score up that their privilege but do feel they were not Kportsman- likt in continuing to aend m their 300-pound first atringers against my reserves, who ' averaged around 130 pounds, after the score was M to I, Langley aaid. Rabbit Fanciers Attend Pa. Show Ahlevllle. Nov. 1 Special) C, B. Long and M. P. Blancbett have returned from Allentown, Pa. where they attended a Rabbit ahow. They will also attend the 4th annual exhibition of tht All Southern Show la Atlanta this month. Both art entbuaiaatlc rabbit fanciers. CTXMSOX-V. P. L . Clemson, Oct 11 Virginia Tech's high-flying Oobblers art probably planning to make up for a lot of lost tun when Clemson 'S sore beset Timers trespass in the Virginia Tech backyard at Blackaburg Saturday afternoon. Virginia Tech has not won a football victory over Clemson alnce 1924 when the Oobblers plastered a SO to 0 defeat on ha Tigers, but maybe it's been long time-no win because the two schools have played only three tunes alnce "24. It was a 28 to 7 Tiger win at Clemson In 1935 and a 20 to 0 Clemson victory at Bluckiourg the next year. At Clemson last year, Clemson won by a 35 to 0 score. LEVERMAN HIGH SCORER Clemson, Oct. 31 Oe raid (Dutch) Leerman, the 305 . pound triple threater who has played both the tailback and .fullback' position with Clemson's luckless Tigers this year, tops Clemson's scorers with four touchdowns (34 points) this sea-aon. In addition, to those he has scored pcsonally- Lrverman has passed to Tiger ends' for two other touchdowns. He will be in the fullback position against Vrginia Tech In Blacksburg Satuday. MIST HAVE ROOM NOW Portland; Ore, - Nov. 1. 4- John Craig, Los Angeles; traveling with his wife and two sons, had a scheme to' lick the hotel-room shortage but somebody stole his Idea. Yesterday he again started room- hunting in earnest, after, reporting theft of his four sleeping bags.. TELL THAT TELLTHAT vwwtas Jrtcw j. JUDGE tiumiP --zm i .mi e - .: - .JU.i By Frank Eck Copies Of Letters Qn Barracks ' (Continued Prom Page One) f . aataaaa WW you see if the buildings can be bought for a small sum and wt will aee to them being moved and used for veterans housing purposes. t dislike very much to worry you with this, but it is a distressing condition, for there are more than SO veterans In Greenwood still mlthout home. As R now ttsnds those unused buildings will either rot down or be burned without any fire protection, and the veterans have nowhere to live. Please do your derndest. and let me know If there to any hopes for or If all the "Balm of Ollead" has been burned, out -' J. M. MARSHALL Mayor, City of OreenwoodV October 30, IB44 Regional Director " -War Assets Administration Nsval Ammunition Depot Charlotte, K. C. OenUetnen: I am In receipt today of the letter from War Assets Administration, Richmond. Virginia, concerning the barracks at Coronaca Airfield, Just outside of Greenwood. - - I do not know If you art familiar with this au-fkld, but we have been trying every alnce May when they were declared surplus to get these barracks for homeless veterans, but so fsr we have not been successful. The Housing Administration Is building thirty apartments moved here from Wilmington, North Carolina .but this leaves about 123 vet erans without homes, and we wish to secure barracks at the airfield about forty In number to give or sell to veterans to be placed on their own lots. This would be far cheaper on the government and far less expense to the veterans If they were sold at a reasonable figure. These barracks are of a temporary con struction, and they are now unused and are not needed even when the airport to open for use. Winter to practically on hand and It to a pity to see these barracks unused and deteriorating In value when our boys need homes so badly. . . v , Whatever you can do fof us will be greatly appreciated. J. M. MARSHALL ' Mayor, City of Greenwood EXPECT RECORD CROWD . Clemson , Oct 31 The Clemson Memorial Stadium, completed In time for the 1943 season. Is expected to seat Its first capaciy crowd of 30,500 when Clemson's Tigers get together on the gridiron with Pur-man University's Purple ' Hurricane on November 16th for the first time since the li-7 Tiger wln'irt 1941' "I dont know how the sale to going in the Furmkri side,-Ticket Manager Randy Hlnson said today, because they are being handled by Furman, but this office has only a-bout 3,000 tickets still available. If Uie current rate continues, we will probably give out of the regular stadium tickets about a week be fore the game." . ... ' ' , - -M J.t-V Newberry Alumni ReturninffFor Homecominar Day- . Newberry, Nov, 1 -Spirit hit fever pitch here today In anticipation of Newberry College Homecoming grid gsme with Wofford at Nr berry Saturudsy night The Newberry campus bioaancned with signs, exhibits, and displays to welcome returning alumni and to urge the PgOtUnf Redskins on to victory In their first Little Pour engagement of the season.' '" "' One dlsplsy Is In the form of a theater marquee; advertising 'the showing this week ot " The Lost Weeknd.'. Starring Ted Prto&key And Rla Wofrord Terriers.' Another display to th the' fond of a'mlrua-ture burial plot, with appropriate headstones commemorating the "last resting place" of the Terriers. Newberry alumni ' returning for the Big Oame win find I royal re ception awaiting them, according: to plans announced by Alumni Seere-1 tary Philip T. Kelly. Jr." The plans' Include ah Alumni Banquet Satur day" night at In" the college dining hill, with fun and fesUrtty to reign until game 'time. " ' CptlmUu vu not so high out on the footbalT practice field, how ever. Coach BUiy Laval recalled that WofTord scouts hava given the Indians a thorough going over In recent contests. The Newberry mentor also expressed worry over what the Terriers "might hate cooked Up during a two-wee layoff to spring on the In liana' hers Saturday night "' , The Outlaw Plays At Gloria Theatre In Ninety Six f , , The man who brought to the screen four of the brightest stars in Hollywood history Paul ; Muni, Oeorge Raft Pat O'Brien and the late Jean Harlow has '' done ' It again " ' ' ' v This time Howard Hughes pre sents two new stars at once In the persons of glamorous Jane Russell and handsome young Jack Buetel, who play the starring roles in The Outlaw" Which opens at the Gloria Theatre on Monday, November 4. 1 Jane Russell' was a ten -dollar a week dentist's receptionist" lit Van Nuys, Calif.,' when Hughes picked her" picture from among hundreds of others suggested for the role of the sultry beauty, Rio, In The Out-tow.- ' v Jack Buetel waa sleeping on the floor of kit apartment he shared with four others when Hughes chose hfm for the title role In the minion-dollar spectacle of the old west ,; ' " ' "? u ': Now, with "The Outlaw" breaking all-time' boxofflce records in the movie' houses of the nation after two years of controversy over censorship,, the two are firmly estab-llshed as top screen stars. Mr, Hughes has done It again) , ' ' NO PREFERENCE t Minneapolis A Two Minnesota football players hsve had the unique experience of playing for two different schools la the same year. verette Faunce performed for Minot State Teachers and for Iowa Bute In 145, and the same year Buts Wheeler, performed for Adolphaa College of SU Peter and at Northwestern. ; -;s HOW'S THAT AGAIN 7 " ! f AVUllam'sbnrf-P)- Bob Che-ves, head football coach of the Fort MrClellan, Ala!, Riflemen, la a" hard man to convince. His soldier footballers lost a 1-0 game to Wllllatn and Mary Cheves comment: "'- iSV-.W- t-i-'.- !h".-.r?. S William and Mary lan't as good a I thobglit 'they'd be Or ' had heard they'd be. ' " ' i-t!t'- i ) r ;a' ''-i'i i'ii. i . : t : KHOKS Tqd BIO" ' ' 1 New Raven, Conn. -(JPy Mike Ksrakat, Providence net minder. looked had agalnsf the New Haven' Ramblers In g- recent' game when they blasted seVett goals past hint Bpectaior" dldnt know, howevef, (hat Mike was" playing . . 1 t , , f . 1 Army, Notre Dame In Warmups Before Game Next Saturjday . Georgia-Alabama Team !-Highlight of Games Tomorrow, With Much Interest in Duke-Georgia Tech Contest At Durliam BY AUSTIN BEALMKAK New York, Nov.' 1 (AI) Armv and Notre Dame, looking ahrad to next wek'i classk: u hit h liz the iuv tkm'g two top football power (ace to Uct warm tip uK.Mnxt leamg with unimpreiwtve recordii tomorrow ai otlu r nur elevens attempt to promote a gembbniv of oi tkr In the var-knw eonferenre camjal?nit. ' Tlie first November weekend of IMG fimli only halfi dozen mar teams ttUI In the ingle conference which can ing a runaway of the title race Pennsylvania, Oeorgla, UCLA and Harvard, which with Army and No tre Dame make up the select circle of unbeaten and untied teams, all face opponents capable of sending them to Join the victims fo week's ma)or ' Mparts Teneaaee, Ttxas and North Carolina State. ' While Army v tangles at West Point with a West Virginia team that lost to Pitt and Temple but won its four other starts, Notre Dame will . move Into Baltimore to teat its guns against a Navy crew that has suffered four atraglht set backs. ' Pennsylvania, the country' No. 3 team, risks its perfect record In an Try Irague game at Philadelphia against the Princeton Tigers. Other Ivy league battles send Dartmouth to Tale and Cornell to Columbia. while Harvard entertains Rutgers. Elsewhere In the East It will be Temple st Syracuse. Brown at Holy Cross, Colgate at Lafayette,' Pord-ham at Perm Slate and Boston College at hew York University. . " Oeergla-Alshasaa Oeorgla pits IU $-0 record against an invading Alabama team, beaten once In six starts. In the Southeastern Conference, where VanderbUt win be a Auburn and lAasUtoppt at Louisiana State for other Important title testa. North Carolina, unbeaten but tied once; goes lo Tennessee, and a sec ond gntmonference game sends Oeorgla Tech to Duke. . Wlllism and Mary, leading the Southern Conference with four straight wins, entertains afarylsnd. while other tussles lu that league find Clemson at Virginia Tech, Washington and Lee at Davidson and North Carolina State at VMI tomorrow and South ' Carolina at The Citadel this afternoon. Elsewhere In the South It will be Oeorgetown at 'Oeorge Washington, Virginia at Richmotd and Michigan State at Kentucky tomorrow, with Wake Porest at Chattanoga tonight ... '. Northwestern, with a season's record of four wins and a tie. goes after Its third conference victory against Invading Ohio State. Illinois goes to Iowa, while Mich igan tskes on Wisconsin. Minnesota at Purdue and Indiana at Pittsburgh respectively. Other feature games on tonight's schedule find Marquette at Detroit Miami (Put.) at VUlanova, South Dakota at St Louis. West Texas State at Arizona Bute of Flagstaff and the University of Hawaii at the College f the Pacific . W.CRS 1450 On Your Dial National Broadcasting Co. '' Studios: 'Wlllson Street . ' Tonight grOO-NewsNBC- ' ; ' :lS-choee of the Troplcs-sNBC g:40-6ports -:45-Llttle Show 1 7:00-upper Club-NBC 7: IE-News of the World-NBC 7;80-Llon't Club Carplval i 7:85-Three uns ;7:46-lf. V. Kartenborn-NBC 8;00-Highways In - MelodyNBC 8:10-Munlc In the Modern "Wood ' 8! 45-Ilarmony Hall t ;:00-People Are-Punny-NBC ! :3-Walts Time-NBC 10:00-Mystery Theatre-NBC 10:30-BI1I Stent -NBC 10:45-Kootball Resume ll:00-News-NBC ll:15-Rlrhard Harkness-NBC ll:30-Talea ot Foreign Service- NBC ' ' . 13:00-News-NBC 13:0S-Slgn Off Tomorrow . :30-Slgn On 6tlO-Caffelne Club ! 7;00-Asoolated Press News 7:05-Caffelne Club ' 7:30-Dr. R. C. Bolen 7;3t-Caffelne Club 7:S3-Associated Press News I8r00-News Roundup-NBC 8:t5-l)lck Lelbert-NBC ' 8:4&-01d Chisholm Trail . : :00-Percolator Party-NBC ; 8: JO-Aoclated Press News 9:46-A Miss and a Male-iNBC . 10:00-Adventures qf Frank Mer- rlwelWiBC - - - 5 -10:S0-Archie Andrews-NBO . Il:00-Top Tunes of the Day 12:00-Ht. Neighbors 1 2: lS-fiongs of Praise 12:30-Assoc!ated Press News . 1 2 : 3 5-Clric Calendar ' 12:SI-Obltuary Column of the Air ltOO-Js'atlonal Farm and Home Hour-NBC ' 1:30-Veterans Advlsor-NBC lr45-Navy-Notre J Dame -. Foot-1 ball Game With Bill Stern- with shoes and skates several Blzes too large, bis own having been lost In transit. all- rftorj'mi rui-u and not a point to any one outfit a mak READY?'- n Henry Aguaiewic& Jr, Is ready to Cart game, nis pop. ho was staff sergeant In Air forces, play guard for Oeorge Washington. Jack Kramer Leads American Davis Cup Team To Australia MM II S New York. Nov. l.P National Champion' Jack Kramer heads an American Davis Cup tennis team of six which leaves for Melbourne Nov. U to meet the defending Australian team In a challenge round next month. . In announcing the aquad yester day, the Davis Cup Selection Committee came up with somewhat of surprise by naming Fred Schrorder. Jr. ,1943 champion, to make the kip. ; i ' . The rest of the aquad Includes rankle Parker, national champion in 1844 and 1B4S; ; Gardner Mulloy and Billy T albert, present national doubles champions, and Tom Brown, Jr., who, was runner-up to Kramer thia year. ' nOUNTAlU corn : - r?t Mil IH tl i w -.a r . w 1 ! . I L ' f m , .11 .ffisssi " "iBJ m mm ) SPORTS ROUNDUP ... Br Hash I eiWcUaw Jr. New Yoik. Nov. I That report of an Investigation of chargae of ambling and thrown baseball games m "the Evangeline League brings out In the opra what minor b-aguer have been anentkmlng la hushed tun for aomt tune. And dont be surprised If Judge Drain-ham blows the Ud off the Sub)rt at the aintrr meetings nest avxitit . . . AooUtfr baa-tty eubjact will be the failure of seme flubs to protect urn pins from Uie fans and vice vena . . . One minor league execw-lira, proteatlng the number and violence of rhubarbs to the lower rkreulU. suggests the umns should go to sprang tralninc - and that league presidents shouldn't wait unu March lo hire arbiters to go to wort In AprO. ' ricoRiw riciuss Atabaaaa va Geargls To go out on limb Would surely be nuts Prk this one with Us, And and and Bulla. Dartasewifc ra. fale Yale haa'on Merrtwell But Jacksi dt VerrlweU. Ketre Dasae va, Navy WtH take the same: t Notre Dame. Narth CarWIaa vs. Teaaawaae Writs a headline. I cots. Were picking the Vols. OVC-MfNtTE RPOITS PA0 Although the subway alumni are all talking about Notre Dames re cently-returned Ernie Zaiejakf, the folks at South Bend say Ernie has been hsving kg trouble ever since he played a little against Purdue !th only one day of practice . . , Jimmy Conarlman has lost 40 pounds alnce he started saarmMIng the Chi Cards squad last spring And If thars all the Cards lose, Jimmy wont mind bit . . . West Coast report says ex-criajnpioa Fred AppoatoU likely win retire from the ring again when he's picked up enough change llcktig run of the null tnlddlewetghts . . . DOTS ALL, BROTHERS Fubllcttor Al Wesson was talking to the Los Angeles Quarterback Club Um other day. "As owner of one-half of one percent of the Los Angeles Dons." he remarked, I'm working on my first million, while Danny Reeves, who owns the Rams, to ..." Al never got to finish when Reeves Interjected from a comer pew. "going through his last" BOX1XG I5f GARDES . New York, Nov. I OF) Boxing returns te Msdlsoa 8quare Garden tonight with Montreal's Johnny Greeo a heavy- favorite to whip New York's Tohy 'Pslloae over the 10-round route. XO 8HORTAGH HERE ' Greenville CP)' Meat short ages here and there fall to worry Furman University's , football team. On the road the squsd Is accompanied by a couple of head- high atacks of stesks from Its spa cious f rosea food lockers. ' " WinSSCEY 90Prof Full Quarts . Full Plata , , JUtf-PlnU Ono reason for the continued uvcttti of Mountain Corn Whiskey lies initsIarorThat'a' probably why more peoplo cbooee Mountain Corn tl'his ley than any other brand. ' Available At All Retail Liquor Stores. ' Ben Arnold Co., Inc., Columbia, S. C Escluair State Distributors' 'l:.ri. H It -

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