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IttGESIX BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 11, 1942 Slick Senor -Popular Welch Brothers Will Form Combination In Match Tonight Wrestling thrills should be a dime a dozen at the Legion Arena tonight when Pete Sherman, worthy newcomer, 'teams with the rough and ready Buddy Knox -against the famous Welch brothel's in the -tag match which will head Promoter Mike Meronby's mat card. The tag match, probably because it.''provide? more opportunity for 'action, has fast become the type -ot -grappling most popular to local fans.. The spectators should get a rare treat in tonight's tangle, with .--~4pur men like Knox, Sherman and the"Welch brothers featured in this '•opeh type . of wrestling. ^Promoter Meroney has called on the! Welch combination, Joe and whose names demand a high :e of respect in the hall of 'martdom, in an attempt to find capable competition for Buddy : Kaox, who terrorized the local ring in several previous appearances here. Both Joe and Roy can dish •out-the punishment when the going -gets rough-but will probably have to call on every trick they know $f they subdue Sherman and Knox. Buddy Knox acquired his clinch- craft in college where he won the championship in his division. He •also excelled in football, basketball an'd baseball. Although he is inclined to the rough side of the game, his ability as a wrestler cannot be denied. Buddy has sufficient speed and ring skill, along with a few tricks of his qwn to make him a good hold swapper as well as master of the rough -and tumble tears which he has inaugurated in his previous bouts here. : Pete Sherman, who will assist 'Knox in his efforts against the Welch, combine, is rated as having something on the ball-himself and -should have some say-so about the •way things go tonight. Sherman "ROFESSOR LOPEZ 15 ONE OF THE MORE SKILLFUL HANDLERS OF HURLERS. PITTSBURGH WPATE ARE SEEN AS THREAT LARGELY, BECAUSE OF ft SPANISH SUCKERS CATCHING INTELLIGENCE. Fighters " Ready For Bell Tonight HOT SPRINGS, May 11.—Neither Lew Jenkins nor Jackie Byrd, who meet tonight in one of the biggest lights here in years, did any boxing yesterday. Both reported they were ready for the gong. Byrd and his manager, Joe Craig, pre- dieted victory over the former lightweight champion, while Jenkins and Mickey Riley, his mentor, scoffed at the thought the bout would end in anything but a knockout by Jenkins. Both men were to weigh in today at 2 p.m. Jenkins said Byrd signed to make 145 pounds at that time. Joe Craig said there was no such agreement. Byrd probably . . . , . , .... will weigh around 147, and Jen- ^vwed to take a bottle of lotion Hunting and Fishing Restrictions To Be Lifted Friday and Saturday Sportsmen may return to the woods and streams with the advent of open seasons on squirrel and black bass this week-end. The quirrel season will begin Friday and continue through June 15 in all counties except Stone and Union, where local acts prevail. The state Game and Fish Commission reported squirrels are plentiful in most areas but, it warned, so are mosquitoes. Hunters were LANE SCOTT'S kins, it now appears, will be spotting Byrd about 10 pounds. Dr. E. D. Ackerman, fight promoter, announced there-will be nine other bouts. Don Marshall, hard- hitting Bauxite middleweight, will meet Joie Johnson, clever Dallas battler, in an eight-round semifinal. Negro light heavyweights, Tiger Ibenson of Hot Springs and j Elmer Buckner oi Blythevilie, will neet in a six round semifinal. Another six-rounder will bring to- ether Jimmy Mullins of Dallas and Lefty Peterson of Bauxite, ightweights. Six other preliminaries and battle royal have been scheduled. Four Stars Establish Records In Memphis Cotton Carnival Meet MEMPHIS, May 11. -(UP)—Four new meet records went into the cotton carnival record book today recognizing precedent-breaking per- ively. Rice was timed in 9 minutes, 6.2 seconds and Kane in 4 minutes 14.8 seconds. Merullo Keeps Feet On GrouiK And Swats Bail brings, a good record with him and f orm ances by Cornelius Warmer\ should,, along with Knox, provide danli thc sky-scraping polc-vaulter, j the Welch brothers with a very Charles Hlad, Michigan Normal 1 busy" evening. hurdler, Kelly Horn former Ala- Sherman will trade clutches with bama high-jumper, and the Great Roy, the elder of the Welch team, Lakes Naval Training Station re] in one of the two one fall 30 min- i ay team before a crowd of 3,000 ute time limit preliminaries, and Buddy Knox will familiarize himself with the abilities of Joe Welch in the other appetizer on the card. Kill Roaches 'Roaches die when Bee Brand Powder touches them. Sprinkle it where .they travel. Kills Sfcoths, ants, bed , flies, mos- :oes, too. IT'S A JLLER' TOfc yesterday. Warmerclam vaulted 15 feet, 1 1-2 Inches, first 15-foot vault ever made in the South, but later fail- led three times in an effort to break his own record at 15 feet, 9 1-8 inches. • Hlad, despite a bruised leg suffered in a fall Saturday, won the 120-yard high hurdles in 13.9, 3-10 of a second faster than the former meet record. Horn broke x his own meet record with a leap of 6 feet, 51-8 inches in the high jump. • The Great Lakes relay team, paced by speedy Roy Cochran in the anchor position, won the mile relay in 3:18.5. Greg Rice, Notre Dame, and C'ambell Kane, Indiana, won the two mile and mile races, respect- CHTCAGO, (NEA)—In Tul.sa in 1940, Dizzy Dean called Lennie Merullo the greatest defensive shortstop he ever saw. But last year with Los Angeles and Toronto the Villanova, collegian hit no more than .218 and .239 The East Boston Italian pot the tipoff in August, realized he was swinging with so much of the old college try that at contact, if any. both feet were off the ground. It took a while to master thc knack of keeping-in touch with the terrian, but now that'he has, his .327 in May makes him the Chicago Cubs' leading hitter. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba Distric^ of Mississippi County. Arkansas, on the 11 day of April, 1942, wherein Business Men's Assurance Company was Plaintiff, No. 7653, and Roy Patterson, et al,. were Defendants, '.will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, for cash, on a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House between the hours prescribed by law, in the City of Blythevilie Arkansas, on the 23 day of May 1942, the following real estate, towit: Said Commissioner shall firs offer for sale the following: Beginning at a point 10.48 chains Eas of the Southwest corner of the South Half of the South Eas Quarter of Section 15, Township 15 North, Range 11 East, Mississipp County, Arkansas, and running thence North 4.55 chains to stake: thence East 2.66 chains t( a stake; thence North 2.66 chain with them. Black bass and the artificial bait seasons open simultaneously Saturday. Size limits: Black bass, 10 inches; crappie or white perch, eight inches; wall-eyed pike, 14 inches. The daily bag limit of black bass, crappie, white striped or calico bass is 15. Fishermen may take 25 bream, black goggle- eyed, sun or any perch, or eight Balmon. But not, more than 25 in the aggregate of all species may be caught in a day. Tom Mull, the commission's edu- ational director, said high water nd reports from commercial net ishermen on the lower river tretches forecast "one of the best easons in years." "These commercial net fishermen eport they are returning to the vater hundreds "of crappie every day," Mr. Mull said. "They indicate a large movement of game Lsh has been made upstream to ipawn. If the water goes down to lormal before June, most of these ish will remain in the lakes and streams." Looks like a great night for the , wrestling fans. Promoter Mike Meroney has just about as good a card lined up tonight as will be seen in these parts. There isn't a grappler out of the four who can't be classified as a top- notcher. Roy Welch, in particular, is widely known and respected by the wrestling brethren. See where Alsab came through for me in the Preakness. In fact, not only did he win but he busted a track record—which, incidentally, was about the la,st thing I - ever expected him to do. Shut Out, of course, proved himself a morning glory. There's a nag that represents the corniest brand of racehorse flesh on the tracks today. He can go out in front when everything is perfect but he has the heart of a fiea-bitten skunk hide. went into the ring at fight time looking like the feature on a prohibition poster. Now, he says he's seen the light. Well, maybe, But, personally, I'll take a new deal. The "Dairy Maids" of the sporting world grow too thick anyhow. Yesterday s Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 5-9, Atlanta 4-7. New Orleans 12-6, Knoxville 4-1. Little Rock 6-2, Chattanooga 3-1. Nashville 14-6, Birmingham 8-3. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston 5-3, Philadelphia 1-4. Cincinnati 1-3, St. Louis 0-0. Brooklyn 5, New York 3. Chicago 4-2, Pittsburgh 2-3. They tell me that Dalton Taft, the long-hitting softballer, won't be playing this year. All of which, is very bad indeed. I knew Dalton 'way back yonder and I can tell you, he's not only a good ball player but he's a good team man too. That's a combination that's hard to beat. Noticed the other evening that there is a tennis court in Blythe- vilie. Of course, it's grown up in weeds and looks like the Indians were probably the last citizens who used it, but it's there nevertheless. You'll find it at the park if you look hard enough. My guess is that it would take all of a half- day to put it in shape for play. But, I'm beginning to think that the "Forgotten Man" they used to talk about during the depression must have been a tennis player. Seems the sport is a little too strenuous for most of the citizenry. . COACHES BECOME SIR •Morris Jacka guard in football by Tex Oliver and Vaughn Corley at Oregon, -and is still serving under them. A cadet in the Naval Air Corps at Saint Mary's College, where fie former coaches re officers, he calls them "Sir" istead of "Coach." ,The Baseball Standings And this is the night of the Byrd-Jenkins classic! I dunno how the rest of the Blythevilie fans are going to take it but, for my part, Jackie can have the keys to the city and my spare shirt if he brings home the bacon. In the first place, I never liked the "Dairy Maid." He couldn't stand prosperity. When he got to the top only a 10-gallon hat had a chance of fitting his head. He did all of his training in the night spots and SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L Pet. Atlanta ............ 21 13 .618 Nashville ............ 19 13 .594 Memphis ............ 18 Little Rock ............ 17 to a stake; thence East 2.15 chain to a stake; thence North 2.85 chains• Knoxville 10 to a stake; thence East 5 chains' New Orleans .......... 15 Chattanooga ........ 15 19 Birmingham ........ 13 18 23 13 .581 14 .548 15 .500 .441 .419 .303 "Fine Imported and Domestic Liquors" Your Patronage Appreciated Russell Maur's Liquor Store 106 N. Broadway Phone 286 Next Door South Post Office Former Golf Pro Here Is Called By Marines PARAGOULD. Ark., May 11.— Lanier -Reed, golf professional at, 'the 'Paragoulri Golf Club, has re- . signed, effective Sunday, as he has to a stake; thence South 4.30 chains been called into service of the Ma- , ^ a stakc ' tience West 24 ' 98 chams to a stake: thence North 10 chains to the North line of said South Half of said South East Quarter of Section 15, thence East 20.03 chains, thence South 16.02 chains to a stake, thence West'4.94 chains rine Corps Reserve for special , to P° int of beginning. guard duty and. is to report at ' If the said lands fail to sell for the Marine office at Macon. Ga.. May 20. Tuberculosis is the the amount of the Judgment, in- tcrest, and«. : costs, then said Commissioner shall offer for sale the "wh ite t whole of said lands described as 1 plague," that name first being used for the disease by Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes. For Today's Needs BUY A NEW BUY A QUALITY CAR BUY AN ECONOMY CAR If you are on eligible buyer ... one of the many classes of people qualified to buy a new motor car under the Government's rationing plan . . . your Chevrolet dealer will be glad to help you get a Certificate of Purchase and obtain delivery of your new car with a /minimum of trouble , ^ and delay. follows: All of the South Half of the' South East Quarter (SH- SE 1 /,) of Section 15, in Township 15 North, Range 11 East, except 20 acres carved out of the Southeast Quarter of Section 15 aforesaid; beginning at the "North West corner of the South Half of the South East Quarter (S'X: SE'/i) of Section 15, run thence South 850 feet thence East 1013 feet; Thence North 850 feet; thence West 1013 feet to point of beginning, and containing 20 acres also excepting 3',^ acres descripccl as follows: Beginning at the Southwest corner of the Southeast Quarter of Section 15, run thence East 329 feet; thence North 500 feet thence West 329 fret; J tliimce South 500 feet to- point of beginning and containing 3',-j acres more or less. Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree in the sum of $4203.82, with G per cent interest from 10th day of April 1941. The purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said property as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. Witness my hand and the seal of saki Court, on this, the 11 day of May 1942. HARVEY MORRIS, Commissioner in Chancery C. M. Buck, Atfy for Pltf. Mll-18 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L Pet. Brooklyn 17 7 .708 Pittsburgh 16 11 .593 Boston 14 12 .538 St. Louis 12 12 .500 Cincinnati 12 12 .500 New York 11 14 .440 Chicago 11 14 -440 Philadelphia 7 18 .280 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. .New York ' 17 7 .708 Cleveland 15 9 .625 ;Detroit 17 11 .607 Boston 14 10 .583 Washington 11 14 .440 St. Louis 11 IB .407 Philadelphia 11 1G .407 Chicago G 19 .240 AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia 4-6, Boston 2-5. New York 4-3, Washington 3-2, second, 10 innings. Detroit 5-5, Cleveland 1-6, second, j, 10 innings. St. Louis 5-7, Chicago 2-9. PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing! Don't waith until the last minute to have your Tires Repaired—Come in NOW - - Materials Limited! Blythevilie Tire Co. Highway 61 North — Phone 1W01 WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, May 11, 8:30 p.m. Lowest Admission of any Wrestling' Arena in America. TAG MATCH Buddy Knox and Pete Sherman — vs. — The Famous Welch Brothers Also Two 1-Fall 30-Minule Matches BUDDY KNOX—vs.—JOE WELCH PETE SHERMAN—vs.—ROY WELCH Make your Car FIRST AND LAST NEW YORK.—Here's the difference between first and last. The afternoon the Brooklyns scored their 100th run of the .season, the Phils had 3R. For INSURANCE of a!! Kinds See G. G. Caudill Agency Glencoe Hotel Bid?. I'b. Ark. I ^CHEVROLET/ Remember—you get a long-lived, dependable, [economical motor car when you buy "The Finest ^Chevrolet of All Time," ... It costs little to buy, operate and maintain. . . . And, most important of all, it's designed and built to serve you faith- fuHy for a long time to come—it's a quality motor car through and through. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Open date. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia at Boston. Only game scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at Cleveland. Only game scheduled. Start The Day With-. 7-DAY COFFEE A Maxwell House product, blended by MaxT7ill House. Regular Price 1 Ib. 25c 3 Ibs. 69c (Watch lor week-end Special) Exclusive at— Pickard's Grocery 1044 Chickasawba Ph. 2<H3 SEE YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER AND LET HIM HELP DETERMINE YOUR ELIGIBILITY TO PURCHASE A NEW MOTOR CAR ff PAYS TO,BUY THE ttftpER AND GET THE UADIHG BU* Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. 301 W. Walnut Phone 578 Blylhevillc, Ark. FOR SALE COTTON SEED Certified Coker 100 Strain *3. Stoncvillc 2-B. __^ Several Tons—Wilds Long Staple Phone 3141 Blythefille SUMHIRIZE NOW! Can you make your car last until 194-? 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