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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAGE SIX Strut F^Perl A dress ' '';: ^ r " w " r ""': ? 9^f*" '"tl £ J </< J - * i A , X - "•«> Terry's Men Tackle Cards After Loss To Washing- Ion Senalors Yesterday ST. PFTEKSBtmo, Tin,, Mnrcll II, iUP>—The New York Gliinls, defeated in their nrst exhibition start, 5-4 by Die Washington Senators, meet Uic St. Ix>uis Cardinal, today in Die only g:imc scheduled Jor tlic Grapefruit Circuit. Cecil Travis' .single drove homo Buddy Uwls with the Senators' winning run in the ninth inning ycslerilny after a fumble bv HooH' Johnny Rucker had allowed Lewi 1 to reach second. Keils t.osc lo P.oslon TAMPA. Fla., March II. CUP)— 'Die Cincinnati'Reds were linck <u their tr.iimng t'rind ngatn today preparing lor tomorrow's (jnme will' the St. Louis Cardinnls at SI. Petersburg. , The Reds hlcw a two-run lca<. to the Uoston Red Sox In yesterday's exhibition game and lost 13-10. A's I'aKCr (o Win ANAHEIM, Cal., March II. (til'* —Back lo their home ta.se after a four-day "road lour," Connie Mack's _ Philadeljihia Athletics sought today to extend their winning streak in their second Grape fruit game with the Los Angeles Angels. The A's, winners In six or seven exhibitions, topped the San Diego Padres yesterday, even without, the services of Al Simmons, Sam Chapman. Benny McCoy find - George easier, who played In an nil-star game al LoS Angeles. ArnovicU Tastes Hall MIAMI BEACH, Fla.. March 11. (UP)—Morric Arunvlch, who l the National League's hilling lor half of last season, today was back in early 1933 form. The slugging ounllicldcr drove In thrci 1 hits Including n homer, and figured in the scoring at four of his team's six runs as the "Boylc.s" beat the "Hasans" 6-3, in an intramural game. Nats Discover I'mu-h , ORLANDO, Fla., March 11. (UP) —The Washington Senators defeated (lie New York Giiuils. 5-4, yesterday In the opening exhibition game for both cluhs. Gerald Walker, recently acquired by the Nflts for the Delroit higher, starred defensively and connected for an in-thc-park hotne run to slart the scoring. Jimmy Wnsdell. Nnls first baseman, hit another. "Not Guilty," His Plea; Produces Stolen Watch BATON ROUOE, Ln. (UP) — Judge J. D. Womack called Charlie Williams, . Negro, before HID bench and read a charge thiil Williams "did wrongfully conceul . -. ; and embezzle" a woman's wrist walch valued at $25. "Are you guilty or not guilty?" Ihe judge demanded. "Now, stih," Williams answered. "Not guilty, 'ciiusc here's (lie watch." And the defendant produced Ihe watch for the pleasure of the coin I. Two WB Iffngiie lim-tm mut a Hollywood actress gol together in 1'asa- dcna, Cal., but it didn't add up to "pitching woo," The Cliicapo WhU" Kox moumlsmcn, training with Die team here, arc just showin- Starlet Wamla McKay how they burn the fast ones across home plate lefl to right are John RlRiiey, Miss McKay and Ted Lyons New Hampshire to Urge More Milk Consumpton CONCORD, N. H. (UP) — The <' agriculture department of New | Hampshire plans an advertising : campaign for milk, in the belief ,' that their present problems come ] from under--consnmpiion — i>ol' over-production. | To build up the consumption. ; the commission will "cstaulish a', . . . program Hint will cover a ' field including production and consumption and that will collect and disseminate information relative lo the food value of milk." '• Today's Sport Parade By HENr.T MoUUORS 11. lUl'i—The "Kive llu uiune imck to the lioys" movcmenl in football Ls rnpldly catching on In the .south. Al the present time football squads of two bl(; soul hern universities arc going through spring practice without benefit of coaches. Kay Mon-i.son of Vaiulerbilt look a job al Temple and Ihc first thins lie did was lo engage Josh Cody ot Florida us his HDL- coach. Tims Hie Commodores anil the Galois arc mi llielr very own. The press and tlic public have been inclined to adopt n .sympathetic altitude 'toward lli» coaclile.ss toys. Out there working wUhoul any one lo cuss, kick or yell al them. Speaking for myself, however, I ihink 11 offers the two universities, a.s well us Die boys (lie opportunity for n noble e.-ipcri- mcnl. Why not continue, not only through spring pi-ncllce, b\u right on .IhioiiBh the next lootball season, with teams run and cojchcd by lluiilmys themselves? As fur a;; iKfarbllt and Hoi-Ida urc 1-0.1- corned 'Ilicy. couldn't fare mii.h worse (han their couched tennis did 'asl year, and they mlijlit very well ilo better. U 'its publicity and money tint university w ; ants from its fonib:iil learn 11 couldn't nchieve lho«- tntl nny better ihnn by fielding n self- ianglil learn. Everybody would want to see the team piny and even minor victories would assume tlio stJiure of Ho.se or Susai 1 Bow! triumphs. And us for publicity r have tieeii in the nnvKp/ij)i>r business too loiw not lo know \vhnt su-ell copy stu'li a team would provide. If it.s for Ihe fun of it lh«t boys piny football what teller fun than playing it their own way? As foot- bill is played now under a coaoh tile boys are lilllc more than robot", tuirymj out lin- couches' idtas. There is lillli' or no cliiiuce for In- dividunl inuiBinallon to enter into the gnme. It mijhl be u good ide:i to give a player a free lwn:l and lei Iilm ivith u complete knowledge o: his ciipabilitics operate on his o\vn for 11 while. Rend Courier News Montana Will Take On Byrd Mat fans will iee a new performer on tonight's wrestling card when Jack Moiilitnn of Unite. Montana, clashes with Floyd liyrd of Ulr- mingliam In one of two feature bents at the Legion ni-euii. Montana has never appeared here but has been wrestling top-notch heavyweights all over Ihe country mid Is repuolcd lo be a crack performer. The Monlana-Byrd bout will be a Iwo mil of three fall nf- falr us win that between Gene L'lakely, Hie big Texan, and "Dy- nnmltc" Joe Ollliiinn, the Greek strong man. The Dope Bucket by J. F. PKIKKD We are indebted to tfurold nrv.cii llnil. local boy and a student at the I. University of Alabama, for the fol- j lowing clipping I mm the "Crliu- ' son and While", school paper concerning James "FiaUs" nob'-i-i* fornier star Chk-kasaw now v -,t), lhe. Title: TOIKJH l.l.'CK JINXKS HOlllillTS "liabs" Roberts cun lay claim if, the first jn-lwj of a cracked niirrn' for being the jmluckicsl "u :»l since !k'i l:y Mosl»y fn'm' bled in tiio nose liov.-l. Tnc fif'ii- .na foolfcallt'i- has u« oiflsial rJi*- son's record of three wins („" st ,, fivhts but If only Miss l,ady ui-ii Insti-ad of misioilunc IUKJ dal") lilni hj- v.-ou!il |nve had n c)rji. ,htc ol nine victories ami u,,. Src. llghlhenvy title to hv,' Ileics ihe story: li:ilis" v.'on aijaiivst Flovidn back In December. SliUe. forelilHi to lilni hen- a-id when 'Bama -.vejn to Slarkrilld for a return inaf.li his Maroon roc liit-klly—nr. Wf-u- dall. .Slate's couch readily ;i(ii 11( , It—dropped him in the first rounr Up on his feet and ready lo -i. again, the fight Mas halted when" a panicky Alauiunian threw in i!,> towel. At home against Oie Miss, Roberts easily outpointed Shirley <>< the Rebels only to lose the decision In one of the mast, unpopular !r- cislons In Hie history <if the snmi here. Against Tcnnrjaee at K'IIOV- ville. he K. O.'cd Joe Aii/cllus 01 Hie Vols In the Inltinl round aftw being on the floor twice hiin.srti A near viol resulted when the fau; thought their mini was fouled. Two weeks ago against Tiilaur- "llnbs" lost Ihc iliiko to Tlickcy. i'.x Itunawuy Amauis Clly COTAI, Cal. i UP)—Memories of the past were reawakened here when this city had Us first horse mill bu«e.v accident and niniiivay In many a year. John AfclnLjTc was driving when the horse became frightened at an approaching truck, boiled, threw Mcfntyie from the buggy and ran. ^ 1'ohlr Sun At the North Pole, ihe sun peeps above (he horizon when people of the north temperate region begin llielr spring. Suirnllng around Ihe hoi-iron from left lo rlglit. il mounts higher in Hie sky until June, when it gradually begins to lose altitude. U disappears from sight Sept. 2;i. eveiHtinl a. K. c, ohaiup, In ft dose fiBht. Ike Morales of the Ne-.v Orleans Tribune said that Roberts i v.us oiitiltol (o (ho nod. \ Here's the payoff. In Baton ROII;JC : at tlie S.K.C. loiirccy, -Babs", who 1 hud never lireti ;-tit bclore, received j a^ slight i.-nt OTOJ- hLs eye v.'hc-n ; Kllcr of I..SU. liultcil liini in Hie ; lirst round ol lin-'h (|ijail(.-r final ' Mslil, The Tider hud dropped the Tiiicr lv:ice and was on the way to ] a (illicit victory when the tail wus j Mopiied and awarded lo the home I (my. Billy Slieltdii, sjiorts 4'ditoi- of the | JuiKiJiimi Daily Triljune, t-arrleil i Hie Jollo'.vln;; .sijuib In his coliiinn, ! "Oiii.- in A Ciov.-d", v.-liit-h sliotiM j draw at lc.isl a few i-lniclde,-,- train i lociil I/rid fans who arc k;'t.-n lo ilii, liivaiiy between the. Iwo schools •mid Jonesboro's ilcsire lo register i ;i win over niylhevlllc after live , I'-an years: "OtlL'i' 'Ttousli, 'Wordsworlliless' announcer at ItBTM, confides of a iccf.il nlBlitinarc In v.'iiicli he dis- [fin'fjed lioiv Jonesboi-o could beil j BJyllifvillc in football, ijotish, -.vlu. ' cluiins lie- ale no!)iin« before' luiv- in;: this dream, found )ili,).,,.jf („ ., liugc stadium. HlyUieviln-, through M.mc phenomenon, was playing jlnilli Jom-sborn and Forrest city . AHcr ruiiiiiny out- play a^ainsl tlie j .Mustangs, the Chicks inoveii over | and rnn one aaatn-a the Hiirrii-ane : Altogether, u Wils pretty lia/y, i Kr.ush reports, and before tong ; JoiK'sucro tuid rorrest City were pliiyins toaether and soon after Dull, nil lhe funs spilled out on ihe Held. ..lust who won is not known but il is Ihonslit that the nexl Allied coimnuniciue will claim the battle." (Roiish is a fonner -IJlylhcvHIe- ite". having started his radio career at KLCN.) Tlie nnsienls, on cliscoveriiig tlic planet Mercury n.s ,-i morning star, named it Apollo, not knowing It lo be Ihe same body thcv alrc.idv ! had named as an cveninj;' star. Realcu Three 1'inals By Marion By Points In District , MARCH " 1941 MARION, Ark., March 11.—Marion's uirls' basketball team won (he Foiirtti nislrict championship here Saturday niaht by downing Die Reiser sextet SI to 28 In the final (jiime. i KiiJin u! Mmlnn nnrt Crews of Keiser lied for scoring honoi-.s. lal- lyiii[! 1ft points each. I'adgcU of Marion was outstanding in defensive work for lhe champions. Marion defeated Fisher 42 to 21,, Hullwt-Wosi Memphis ao lo 24 and Marmannkc (j:i to 55 to enter llie dual round. Kcisei- S'liued tiic duals by defeating Kirngould 8:1 t« !.5. Cash ,17 lo 23 and TvroiiKt • r >4 to 33. Naine<! OB Ihe fir.st all star le.-un.s. .selected l>y the coaches and oJli- ciuls, were Kuhn and Dretlieiick, Marion, and Evans. Marmaduke, fofwurds; lliown, Uuniert-Wcst- Meinphis. Newton, Marinaduke, and K. Moiilijomery, Keiser. guards. On tlie sef-oiul x.H-star .sextet, were Stack.'i. Turrell Ciwynne. Hulbcrt- Wosi Mempliis. mid Watson, Keiser, forwards; Wood. Keiser. Tyler, Ty- IIKS, and Stafford. Marked Tree, guards. Marion Position Reiser Kulin lii p K. M'gomery :i Brelherick 7 F Crews 15 Stupdendt 9 F Watson 10 fnclgolt G Woodward Slocklcj- <j Houchei iiiflmit' G McKay Snbsliiulinns: ^ral•ioll—Diclrien; KeiEci—McCormick, W. Mont"0in- cry. Jonesboro Is State Champion ' JONESBOno. Ark Mar 11 _ Joncsboro's Golden Hurricane 'ran XstMlir 0 '- Stm f sm ln lhe basketball tournament here Saturday 'light. Tlic score was (iO to 32 In Die •!)• division New Edinburgh defeated Omaha. 52 to 32. Hubbarti Boys Win Over Brown Quintet , Mo., March u. — Canitlioi-svlllc Brown Shoe •actory .girls baskclcrs were de- Med by Stockliarn Si. Louis Legion Post gli-Js horc last night, 22-15 I his lied the largest number of points scored against U le Stock- Hams ihis year. Virginia Green scored tv:elve points for the Brownies, and Frillman was lii^ii scorer or the Slockhams with six points tins being (i, c ninety-fom-th consecutive name in winch Frillman has .scored. downed Hie Shoo Pacloiy Iws 35 17. Williams wiis lilgli scorer tn Hubbard with 10 points, nnd Wa,l niul Jonos lied with six points CJ ,cJ lo pace the Brownie scorers. Net cost of the World Wni- l< tlic United Suites was $27,600,0<X * »lty. including loans to llu nines, (lie .sum rises lr> $38500001 ilitily, T)(IJ)'( FALSE TRF/m Do fake toclli drop, slip or wob l)le when you talk, rat. |«,,gi r 0 uicc/e? Don't ho annoyed iiml em uan-assed by suc-h handicaps FAS TECTH. an alkaline (non-acidj powder to sprinkle on your plale.s Keeps false teeth more firmly sot Oive, confident feeling of securiU and iiddwl comfort. No gummy gooey, pasty (.1.5(0 or feeling an PASTKhTli today at any dm store. Al)Vp | Iri the Bother game. Hubkird limlvmi-c of BlyUicvllle, Ark., KXl'EHT HEADTY WORK CALL 106 Appointment Margaret's BEAUTYJHOP REDUCESENSIWTY Swedish Massage. Yap. lialtis Mrs. Kulli Laulinn Read Center News want a«s. WRESTLING JOE DILLMAN vs. GENE BLAKELYl JACK MONTANA vs. FlOYOBYRDl American Legion Avemt Monday 8 p. m. MY MORE *stf" Was Old at 52 NOW PEPPY, FEELS NEW, YOUNGER "I'm only 42 IHU Ml OLD: M urak. Mluiutnl. Ilieji Oilr» l«<Jli'» pvc me p,-n. vnl ycraii K ,r.'-— 11. 11. Juhriaon. I'lifluMMila. O.^VIIKK r<,tit;.lR* lonlra,Bllimil.nna uftfn nmli-J alk-r ^0—l>y IjiHlk-i Iw-kltiK Sion. ralcluni, liliwivDortn. Jwlliir. VHAiiili) - ert. A 7.1-y^r gM UOCTOH i^UrnM. • . . .- wHu-s: "It JliI S j niu.-li tin i^UrnM. I to.)fc II („>•KM. Kfiulu nur." (icl 3:,t OSTIIKX lml»y lor -JW. alarl jCNltig M[,['|,T j,n<l lonutfir tliU verj- day, i— tor Jlrofgffer •XT/.fdpwn .it all Klrby o'lun-s. SPECIAL! 1 /.I iUore for Uic same innticy .Inlnunn's Wax ami (5lo-t'o:il SHOUSK-HKNRY HAROWAKK CO. 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