The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1947 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTIIEVILLE (AUK.) COUIIIBU NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1947 A AA Refuses to Lift Ban Against Spring Practice for High School Football Teams in Association LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 4. (UP)—Spring loolbnll practice nnd post-season football games were banned entirely yesterday by '.he governing board of the Arkansas Athlct.ic Association meeting here. ; The high school board refused to change AAA rules lo allow Spring practice, opd defined the regulation to mean that a football—and m other equipment—may ba-used only In regular physical education classes during ihe Spring. • * The governing body made the post-season ruling even more stringent by holding that siirli a contest—toher than thc.champlon- sfclp play-off—cannot fce played •ven with p?nnisslon of other member schools in the state. -And ih other action, Ihe board: ..-Provided-that baskelbiill champions In Class "A" and "B" shall .cot met to decide the final state 1 championship; : Named a committee to study the :.. possibility of membership schools paying fees lo the; Triple- t Prohibited 8lh grade student Itom participating III high school athletics; - Required that the business office of each school handle and audit athletic Inno's; .Indorsed a proposal by Executive ,' Secretary J. M. Burnett that an insurance program for injured >athletes be set.up. Burnett said 'tlfet although! the AAA board will j»t ta!tc fina ' action on the pro- ]iosal before Us Pill meeting, mein- t*! - '- — sure something would be don a-bout the decision. Blytheville, however, will take the decision nanded down by the governing body In stride. With postseason training still outlawed schools will be allowed lo CJ>TI their Pall practice on or aromu August 20. This will give thi Chicks almost five full weeks o practice before their opening dat< on Sept. 19. Kiddie League Football Games Are Postponed Last night's games In the gram mar school football league wcr postponed until a later dale, Concl Bill Godwin, dlrcclor of the leagu aiwunccii late yesterday. The games will be played next week, weather permiltlm;, Godwin Boxed in Grove High Schools .as members in: good standing of the Triple-A; -.'And In final action the 'board refused to allow the AAA to select the sites ol district basketball isurnaments, leaving that function Sc the hands of the various districts. ., . Memoridf Planned FT. SMITH, Ai::., April 5. (UP) — The PL Smith Chamber of Commerce has planned a fitting tribute to the late John MiGraw when the .New York Giants Piay the Cleveland Indians here Monday. Monday will be the birthday an- of 'McGra',v, the one- Tto iStart Training in late August 'The Spring fooiuall.practice deci- nlversary s'ion had been hanging /ire every Umu firry manager ol the Giants. since it was outlawed last fall. Fans attending the game will be Roaches of schools which do not asked lo stand for n moment In sponsor junior high football sang silent tribute, and t\ large picture the blues' all last season. They felt of McQraw will be displayed. on f Jie Job Wage Dispute Overshadows trudge Battle The grudge battle between the Welch brothers nnd Charl'jy Kccnc •mil Stocky "The Haircut" Knpj]- KCII scheduled for Monday night's feature brawl on the weekly wi-ost- linj! card, has tjccn called oil duo lo a wage dispute, Promof.v Mike Meroney announced today. The CO-nitmife time limit, Texas- rule, wlnnei'-lnkc-all nffnir was cnllcil oil when Knellsen demanded H S2f>0 guarantee for his purl, in Itic massacre. Meroney lind previously announced that tlie uattle between the Welch brothers and Kneilso'i and Keene. which was hailed two weeks ago when Keene followcc Joe Welch through the ropas. where he had thrown him, and proeccdci lo bounce him oft the cat-wall: 01 the outer edge of the ring, v/ouli be continued Monday night. However, fans will not l>n dls:i|i pointed altogether as next week': mid will find Roy Welch anil Joi Wolfe, two favorites with fans here taking on Charley Keene ivnd Ii'll Pacer. The match will probably lie a yer sonal feud between Kcenn am Welch, as Roy will he seeking re vcn|;c for the brutal heating of hi younger brother ,Ioc nt the hands j of Keene. Kccne, however, is just ns sore about, the deal as Roy, Ire- cause the light was stopped before • finished the job. Pacer and Wolfe will be just innocent bystanders but more than likely they will come In for Ilit-ir Dart of the brutality. Pacer, a pretty good fellow to have on your side of an argument, can, when he desires, get just as rough as the next one. He will make a parted partner for bad-man Keene. An explosion, topped only by the dropping of an atom bomb, is ux- liecled to be heard in th? fust Drclim when Welch and Kuene liult heads. The two enemies will have the snimre circle all to themstslvej With the exception of the referee, fo. Oary Middlecolf, a professional who this bout and the fur is bound Straight Stuff Chicks Trim Boston Club, Pound Ferris I English prisons house 12,000 men nnd only coo women. The swivel chair was Invcnfto by Thomas Jefferson. lit cap, overcoat he has v.-orn since 10CG and rubhcrs, veteran truiiu'r Jim KiUsimmons takes* no chances in chilly \yc;Uht'r, watching Hel.'ih 1 ; ',SHi'J horses work shortly after break of day from proleclion (if booth at Ncw York':; Aqueduct track. C. Middlecoff Setting Pace, Among Golfers AUGUSTA, Oa., April 5. (UP)— • Almost every hpur ia the day you will find a good use for the "Jeep" as a truck, Hglu tractor, runabout or mobile power unit. With its miuhty Willys-Overland "Jeep" Engine and powerful 4-wnecl-drive, you can go ; -most anywhere in a "Jeep," on or off tbc road ... in • fair weather or in r oul. 'J . Get,a "Jeep" on the job. It will pull plows, liar~ : rows, seeders, mowers; tow 5,500-lb. trailed payloads; haul 800 ibs. The "Jeep" will carry men and tools across town or to hard-to-get-at places in a jifTy. Wherever it goes, its power take-off is ready to run your machinery right on the job. Come and sec what the amazingly versatile 4-purpose f 'Jccp" caa do for yoti! v 5ff THE NUGHn 'HEP' AT POOLE MOTOR COMPANY Formerly HOLLY MOTOR CO. ELLIS POOLE, Owner and Operator Phone 49 Steelc, Mo. luvncd Iroiu denlstry lo golf, and veteran Jimmy Dcmarot were 7 .e boys |o beat today In the llth Annual Masters .Tournament. Each had a 3G-hole total or HO but it was still a wide open affair wilh ID golfers at, par or belter. The famous names in golf were within striking distance. Only one stroke olf the four-under-p.ir pace, with 141's, were Byron Nelson, who came out or retirement, for the Masters; former Australian champion .Urn ForricT of Stvn Francisco; aiul Toney penna ot Dayton, O. In the next bracket, at 14',!. were Horton Smith. Ed (Porky) Oliver. Claude Harmon, Lawson Little and Herman Barton. Middlecoff turned pro only a couple of months ago, and currently Is one of the hottest goiters on thf'' links. His OD ycslcnlay, on ton of 71 the day before, lint him at the heap of Ihc field with Texas Jim. Cemiirct, who already has carn- (1 SIO.UCO this yen)', com'- alraii' " ew minutes later with a 71 to add o a first round C!). He played bang- in golf but Middlecoff had morn nek. He birdicd the first two holes, m No. 1 he sunk a 30-foot-chlp- hol from an over-thc hill position rom which he couldn't have seen .he cup with a periscope. Bobby Jones, who started the Masters 11 years ago, went up 70 yesterday and on top of a 75 he day before was pretty much out of it. Hobby Locke, the South African pro. had another 7-1—pitting him at 148 for the two days. Hendrix Plans Exhibit to riy. . In Ihe other one-fall affair. Pacer and Wolfe will square off hut thl: meeting will probably be Just another sewing circle compared to the other prelim. Meroney announced that the new starting time for the matches will be 8:15 instead of 8:00 a.'fcc- tive with next weeks matches. WARNING ORI>KIt The defendant, Charles E. Crock cr, is hereby warned xo appear in the Chancery Court for the ChlcKa sawba District of Mississippi Court ty, Arkansas, within Thirty (30 the plaintiff, Prances Eliz.-.'oel rocker, and upon his failure to d o. said complaint will bo taken a onfcsscd. Witness my hand as clerk of trio hancery Court, Mississippi Count!,', Arkansas, ami the seal of said Court ils 28lh day of March, 1047. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. • 3|2S-4;5-;2 19 CCNWAY. Alk., April 5. lUPl Hciulrix College will be host thi Spring to the first statewide cxlii bit of handicrafts, it was nnncuiv ccd tcdiiy iy Frank H. Govnn head of the -Art Department. The shew will feature handi crafts from all sections of th state includiiiK tunUs, hooked homespun nr.Ucrials, carved signs, furniture and poltcry. Entries will close April 15. dt Read Courier i;ews Want Ads MEMPHIS, Apiil 5.—David "Big Boo" Feiris, the. Mississippi flash let Spring fever gel the best of him in the fourth frame of the Bo.iton Red Sox-Memphis Chick exhibition game at Russwood park in Msrophis yesterday, allowing the Chicks to .score four tallies that Epclled defeat for the American League champions from Boston, by a 5 to 4 decision. "Big Bco" pitched almost perfect ball for the first three innings of the tilt, but when the fourth rolled around the Chicks jumped on Ferris for four runs before he hardly knew what was going on. Boston came back In the fifth and profited by Chick errors tic- ine the score at 4-all, before the Ch'oks could get. them 'out. Johnny Pesky, Bosox short stop let a simple grounder KO between his lees and scurry off into left field to score Burton Hodge In Ihc eighth. Hodae's run put the game on ice for the Chicks. TliiiiKS looked bad for Ihc Chicks in the Boston half of the ninth. The Sockcrs saw two hits go to w^te when Culherson. Boston out- lieldcr singled to left field and was thrown out trying to stret.ch il for extra bases. Pesky slmtletf but was forced out at second wher inWlnerMo hit Into a fielders choice Ted Williams, the Boston was up. With one; on. William? Kianced toward the right field wall took the first pitch and put i' OSCEOLA, Aik.. April 5.—Motion' over that wall, but the umpin jiclures of the 1916 .North Caro- yelled 1 "foul" before any damag. ina-Tennessre football game were was done. Williams tork the nex liown members of the Kiwanis one and put It exactly in tin Jlub at their weekly mooting at sarai- rpot where the other oiu the Grade School here Thursday, went. It, too, was foul. 1 |«] 1 i | He laid down a sizzling fon Durin;; the business meeting, the dow n first base line and then KSwaniuns voted to change their was walked. With two on Doerr Cocker spaniel mascot Penny gels il straight from Ihe horse as Kentucky Derby candidate Colonel O'f. Rives out with inside information nl Jamaica. •ootball Film Shown To Osceola Kiwanians 7i3} wci;e second baseman, groundei meeting time to ..», ...... ..-.,- . reminded of the Bleed .Plasma to Hod w at third for an.easy 01 retiring the side, the Chicks ha won G to 4. Bunk Program clinic Lo ho held here Thursday. The Kiwanis Cl»i)| among (he groups sponsoring the clinic locally. I A new Rcrm-Hghtins chpmfca called bncltracln Is being use igninst infections. CHECK' WRITERS • NOW IN STOCK! | SAMUEL F. NOUKIS ! Printers Stationers t Across From Cilj Hall ! Let Us He];) You— STOP DRINKING There is no medical remedy for drink . . . but we can help you resist its influence] No cost to yon —only co-operation. JUST CONTACT Alcoholics Anonymous Box R73—ISlylhcvillc, Arli. | We Guarantee \ RECAPPING ! with I • Hawkinson Treads i I Let Your Next Tires Be ! GENERALS Cost,More — Worth More Dr. F. B. Elliott 209 West Ash St. Announces a Ncw PHONE NUMBER the old number —556, has been discontinued ATTENTION GOOD FARMERS PIONEER HYBRID SEED CORN Replant A fir cement DIXIE GIN COMPANY Jack Finlcv Robinson East Main Phone 2371 MODINGER TIRE CO. I1C E. Main Fhone 2201 TRI-STATE ABERDEEN ANGUS SALE April 10, 10-17 At Shelby County Penal Farm Memphis, Tennessee 47 Selected Females From 9 months to 3 years old 0 Voting Hulls From I V, to .'$ Yenrs Old All selected by Mr. George Freeman, F^cld Man, Aberdeen Artt;iis Association fiood foundation stock is obtainable in this sale. These animais consigned by 21 breeders of Arkansas, Mississippi and West Tennessee. For further .information or catalog write— HOY W. TURNER, Secretary Covington, Tennessee Money Will Fly! At Our Dealer's 'Auction Thursday, April 10th Your Easter Menu! Entrees: Baked Chicken with Dressing Roast Loin of Pork with Brown Gravy Fried Spring Chicken wilh Cream Gravy "Fried Domestic Rabbi', with, ' : Cream Sauce Vegetables: (Choice of Two) Snowflake Potatoes Green Beans Asparagus with llollamliiisc sauce Buttered Garden 1'cas Head Lettuce Salad Dealers! This is Your Opportunity TO BUY OR SELL! (BB B M _•«••»• ™ ••••••••••••••••••••••^•'••••"•^ For Further Intormation Call Stcc/o 49 Desserts: Pie, Angel Food Cake, Ice Cream, Fruit Jello with Whipped Cream. THE GOFF COFFEE SHOP Open Daily From G a. m. 'til 9 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Reid Across from Dixieland Service at Holland, Mo. The Clinic of Dr. Thomas F. Hudson deceased will be open daily, for a limited time, prompt settlement of outstanding ac- counls will be appreciated. Davis Brothers Service Station & Garage FRANKLIN" KOItlHNS, Mechanic Lion Products Manila, Arkansas General Tires Aulo I'arts & Accessories KEROSENE & FUEL OIL J. CALL 2089 •The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ Your Source of PETROLEUM ofnc(J Dependable Srrvlrr PRODUCTS KK at Chrrrj BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PUICK ANYWHERE! . Reserved Seals or. Sale at tlie Legion Arena from 6 p. m. Every Monday ; \!)ULTS '15c — CHILDREN I5e 7 BOX SEATC C 'r 5C c d> EXTRA TAG MATCH ROY WELCH and JOE WOLFE versus CHARLEY KEENE and LEFTY PACER ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30 MINUTE MATCHES Roy Welch \ Joe Wolfe vs. \ vs. Charley Keene Lefty Pacer Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes Open 7 a. m. Close 5:30 p. m. Tuesday mid Thursday Nijlhts Open Till 9 o'Clock 323 North 2nd St. Arkansas State CERTIFIED Planting Seed Grade / A / D.&P.LNo.l4 Cleaned Treated New Sacks ¥ >0 Purity 99.5 Germination LIMITED ^JAA PER SUPPLY «)!7U TON Also Ogden and Royal Soy Beans EARL MAGERS Phone 635 Dell, Arkansas

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