The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 11, 1938 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 11, 1938
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EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.)" COURIER NEWS Blylheville Amateurs, In Good Shape, Await C. B. C.'s Invasion Tn good shape and ready to shoot for their fourth win In tnter-clty compeiition, Joe Craig's picked squad of amnleur lx>xcrs n waited Die invasion of Die .strong Christian Brothers College team al Ihc American legion nrenn, here lo- nlglit. The locals, fighting under the banner of the Chickasaw Athletic club, have twice won over Jonts- Ixiro and once over Stuttgart, losing only to the veteran squad of North Little Rock last week. Jiixt how Die local boys compare iviUi the CBC boxers, coached by Jack RIvaito, former national A. A. U. bantamweight champion, remains to be seen, but Craig is conlident his yomig Icathei- pushers will give U;e visitors an evening's entertainment. At least four amateur title holders will lie on tlie ten bout card, together with a number of boys who made good 'showings in the Golden Gloves elimination series here and in Memphis recently. One Important bout on tonight's' card will be that in which Billy nice of Manila, ivlio rights on (he isiy- tlieville (cam, will attempt lo break the jinx that lias pursued him on two previous occasions wlicn he has tied up with Dempsey Dwyer, the little bantam whose flying lists | cnrt'lcd him to the Southern Golden Gloves tourney at Nashville, and who is holder of the Tri-Stntcs tide In his division. Dwyer has twice defeated Price, but the latter has shown considerable improvement since the little Memphian eliminated him In the opening round in the Bluff City recently and he is confident the third lime will be (lie cliann. Dwyer lias one of the busiest pairs of fists of any bantam to fight here since the old days of Leroy Dougim, and Price will have to stci> lively if he wins. Other amateur title-holders who , arc scheduled lo Ibroiv gloves on tonight's card are Bill Coslcllo, Tri- Slate A. A. U. champion weltei'- < weight, Aaron Byrd, Golden Gloves novice welterweight champ who will oppose Costello tonight, and Hugh Harbert, jr., winner of the middleweight novice title. The pairings are: Junior Martin (B) vs. Mike Tallerico IM) tissue paperweights James Long <B> vs. Mike Hfiaga (Ml paperweights Young James (B) vs. Frank Gain (Ml flyweights Billy Price (B) vs. Dcmpsey Dwyer (Ml bantamweights . Henry Muery <B) vs. Billy Wig- Bhis (M) featherweights Sonny Lloyd (B) vs. Barry Williamson <!W lightweights Aaron Byrd (B) vs. Bill Costello (Mi welterweights Horace Walters (B) .vs. Tommy Berdall iM) junior middleweight^ Hugh Hni'bert <B) vs. Lewis Chandler (M) middles-eights Joe Harris (B) vs. Sam Esgro fM) light heavyweights. Dope Bucket By J. P. Friend The Olympics—194-0 StWD &RENADE. DISCUSS COMPETITION AMONG RIFLE J ADDED £V£flJT: **NDFAU 80M8/N& FIT TO BE TIED D1HLE1ES TO SKILL—Those rabid boxing fans who like their sport in the raw can't well afford- to miss the team match tonight between (lie chlck- asavv athletic club and Jack Ri- valto's Christian Brothers college clan . . . Prom every angle, skill, power, youth, the program looks like one of those ring "naturals' . . . RivaHo's group as a whole is rated tlie best in Memphis circles . . . Heading the list is the crack southpaw star, Dempsey Dwyer, bantam champ . . . The local colors ivill rest, largely with Aaron Byrd. Mid-South welter king; Hugh Harbert, middleweight title holder, - and Sonny Lloyd, crack lightweight ... All eight bouts arc centain to offer the cash customers plenty for their two bits... . GOING—If spring training performances mean anything, and usually the do, Herschel Mosley Is going to make a. strong bid for that left halfback berth at the University ol Alabama . . . Herky is .going great, according to Zip Newman, sports editor of the Birmingham Ne\\-s . . . Lend an ear to lyhat Zip has to say about the former Maroon ace: "Boswell and Mosley have been showing to an advantage at left half. Mosley appeared (o have more on the ball Saturday than D. E. O. had ever seen him. He was punting, running and passing like a HovreU" . Neinnai] WDS referring to an intra- club-gam'e In which the Reds, on which Mose and Gene Bladwell, another native son, played, defeated the Greens,.53-0 . . . Gene, incidentally, stands an excellent chance to play regularly next fall . . "Bed" Drew, a member of the TJama coaching staff, said during a, recent visit here that he expected Blacks ell to make a race and it wouldn't surprise him. a bit if he ;* didn't land on the first team . . . Shoemaker might not return and Black*ell was better than an even brt to fill his shoes ... WORRY—WhJle on the subject of spring drills we are reminded , thai' our own dhickasaws wound t up their first week this afternoon >. . DW>tte the presence of more ctndUates HtM Man Jot Futabayama may bo wrestling champion of Japan, but there's still one man who can tie him in knots—the official hairdresser, v.'ho is seen working on the mat man's long black" tresses. J'lie knotted coiffure is custom'-' nry amotig Japanese wrestlers. Dllciy is way down in gloom The reason: injury to carl Hughc-.-i that may prevent him from inking Research At Minnesota Indicates New Basketball Speedup Is Harmless HV FRANK DORSE Unllrd I'rcss Staff Corrrsjionrtrnt MINNEAPOLIS (UP) - Seldom If ever, is <m athlete injured ner- inuncnlly by college sports according to Dr. AncQl Keys, head n , Hralnon , 0 , of n group of university of Mimic- "mmtai cer n sola scientists studying the effects ™ llmftmcmtl of athletics on humans. - "^ Asked about the recently inaugurated rule which eliminates the center jump in baski'tball, Dr. Keys said: "Most of the tnlk nuoui jumplcss bnskeltall being more Injurious (o cortege players thnn the gnme with (lie center jump IK bunk." Jin ndded: "The hearts of mast persons who have lived normal athletic lives are sound enough not to be overworked. The type of game played makes , more difference in basketball than the rules. For instance, not long »SO liKll.imt cume tip here and played a .slow, piddling game without the center jump" I'ulse Beat Explained Dr. Keys, who hfls mtu i e nn [„. tensive study of the jumplcss court game, disagreed with a Midwest physicimi who sought to show the ucvv rule made the gnmc Injurious to players by measuring basketball players' pulse ucat.s mid discovering them to be 10o strokes ,1 minute or more. "The pulse beat of an athlete." Dr. Keys wild, "may go to 180 or lion, it. ran put out, 25. ns is possible in extreme exercise. Sonic Hearts Affected "Bui iniiiiiisculnr hearts, on Ilic other hand, must stretch for such a stroke Volume, causing dilution ami jicrmnneiU injury." : - .,-...Ho explained that, muscles or or- gnus must lie built for exercise. After slamming the toll across from third to first base the fust day of tlic season, n baseball plnycr may wake up the next morning ivllli a sore arm. But a rest will heal it. Only when a great-, sudden over- e.vci-fiaii by n person who hasn't previously been very nthletlc destroys muscular tissue is there likely to be permanent Injury, Dr Keys said. ,IIe mid that key points of fnligiic vary with various sports. An athlete runs out of fuel In the 2G-riille marathon, for example, mid in and cliamiel swim- is fooling himself, por one thing he doesn't need tlio fuel. And then sgnlii the diversion of the blood to tlie stomach to digest the candy lakes the blood from organs which need It for the race." Pemiscot Independents To Have Cage Tourney CAflUTHEKSVILLE, Mo., Mare)! 11. — Eight Pemlxcot County bas- kclbnll towns will compcle In a coumy-wlde Independent loiirnu- incnt nl Wai-dell March 15-n, it, was announced here loday. They are: Braggadocio, Caruthcrsvllle Cooler, Decrlng, Haytl, Holland Steclc and Warden, Squads will number eight players and all must live In the county. Coaches are wiBlble to play with lliclr learns if they reside in that team's town! Four games will be played Tuesday night. March 15, two gninc-s Wednesday night, March 1G; and Iwo Barnes 'IVnirsday night, March FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1938 [ Jonesboro, Beebe And Little Rock Advance JONESDORO, Ark., Mar. 1! (UP) —Jonesboro and Beebe won Ihclr first round games of the stale high school toys' basketball tourney wllh ease while Pine Bluff was hard pressed by Vandale and Lillle Rock advanced (o the second round by a forfeit. . RcsulU of games tnsl night and lodny follow: (Last.night).Monette 43, 41; Jonesboro 10, Bellcfonle Beebe 56, WiWsvllle 28; PlriJ Of 33. Vandale 31; (today) New S burgh 41, Taylor 19; Ash Flat 421 Aftilbcrry 20;- Warren 33, Drink- ley 22; LJtllc Rock 2, Subado ft forfeit A San josc, Calif., pollcemai uses iiranul-s lo (rap jjarking lav violators. The ticket book come; ou|( if a jjeanul he places under i wheel is inicriished after an hour '('his menus," Dr. Keys said, "thai the high school athlete who chews OH a hunk of candy before a .swimming race lo get more energy port for soma time ... it is ail open secret tlml Hughes holds liic Irump card ... If he comes through this fall yon can lay the family bsiifcroll on the line . . . u he doesn't, then, well that's n blnck horse of a different color ... So it's no wonder that Dildy's lantern jaw is hanging . . . PROSPECTS-On paper the Tri- bnl case looks like an open mid shut affair . . . They look (on the white) capable of holding their own with any high school team But many things must come to pass before they can be placed in Iliat category . . . They need guards and need "em bn<i . " Alvin Justice and Joe Bartholomew won't be able lo stand the tough grind week after week for sixty minutes . . . Russell Mosley Is going to need help In the irackfield where several qucslion marks now exist . . . Maybe Ihe uncertainties can be erased before September ... we're not too pessimistic, not overly optimistic, for that matler ... we are vratcbiiii; and hoping for the besl ... 200 without being dangerous." The scientist, now working on measurements of hearts in both nthlctes and non-athletes, declared that specialists should differentiate between merely an enlarged neart and a dilated heart when they tnlk about "athlete's heart." "If « heart is large merely because of muscular tissue, it 'is nn asset instead of a liability." he pointed out. "It has been built up by exercise so Hint Instead of put ting'out four quarts of' blood < minute, ns during normal circula 90 PROOF is 2 jrs. 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Choose from famed Triple Test Worsteds and march into Spring looking like a million for only Gulfweight Tweeds Tweeds are in for a big season this year so Hart Sehaffner & Marx have created one of the lightest, yet most serviceable, tweeds yet loomed. Perfect for Blyihevilfc weather and here in regular or sport back models. Gaberdine Sport Suits Gaberdine sport suits were the rage at Palm Springs, Miami Beach and Palm Heach this season and here they are ready for you now for only .$30. Choose from four new Spring shades and models. Column Stripes The great new pattern idea for Spring, according; to information just received, is Column Stripes. Of course, Mead's have them and you can choose from a variety of smart shades. And here you can march into Spring lookin|>; like a million for only All tailored by HART SCHAFFNER ( &MARX and Mansfield As usual the best is always at MEAD'S 315 WEST MAIN STREET

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