The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 28, 1950
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1950 Osceola andJonesboroCop Honors in District Three track and Field Meet s . . . . ", I . , By C.torre CUrk ; '"'' (Courier News Sporti Editor) ?•''•'- JONESBORO, April 27.—Jouesborc and Osceola hogged "the honors in the District Three track and field meets for ienior A and B and junior schools at Arkansas State College iere yesterday afternoon. » s , Jonesboro - captured both the •Class A'senior, and the junior titles Jj'hlle Ocsoola successfully dclcndcd Ms district Class B crown. Scven- •(ccn teams were entered In the ^hree meets. ? Blytheville finished far back In !thc senior A event and placed sec- J pnd in the Junior meets. Final ^scores in the meet were: « Class . A—Jonesboro 4314: Pigcntt *40; Paragould 31; Leachvllle IS'.a •fend Blytbcvllle 18, I Class B—Osceola 63: Dell 27'.'-: •Earle 30; Slate High 20«;; and Vnl- 'Icy View 2-r,. * -Juniors—Jonesboro 66; Blytheville i38;. Leachville 5!4; Pigsrott 3; Earle «2 and St™'/> F r "li 0. J Hall Tics Record * Two state records were lied dur- ^ing the afternoon. A. J. Hall, lanky Jnij'theville junior high jumper, tied jthe state .high jump mark of five ^feet, six inches, to take first place *iri the event. He did not try to brenk »the record. The state Class A record «for the 220-yard dash, which Is 23 5 ^seconds, was matched by Joncs- *boro's Jack Troxcll. « Hall, a ninth grader, started vjumpincr this spring. In addition to Jtylng the state mark and winning »the junior event, his jump was two ' finches :higher than the winning *marks In both senior, events. 'i Harvey Lee Hill led Osceola to i-its second straight 'championship. 4H111 carried oH Individual high 3 point honors in the B division by ac- iconnting for 1714 of his team's '-points. Trpxell won the Class A ? honor with I2 l ,& points and Perry I of Jonesboro was high for the jun Uors,.with uy, points. .'; Chick Net men'Unoppowd $ Blythevllle's tennis team, made up iof Boh Kirschner, Hunter Ashmorc •;and Bob Blodgett, won the district ^championship unopposed. The golf I tournament was not held yesterday *but will be, run off tomorrow at, the TJonesboro Country Club. I "The results: v A pivislon ' *. Pole vaults-Hawkins, Piggotl and •Brawner, Piggott (tie); Merrill; "Jonesboro and Scott, Leachville ;<tie). Height 9 ft. 4 in. • 440-yard relay— : Jone-sboro. Par- jagbuld.and Piggott. Time 46* sees. Z- High-jump — StandefcT, Jones- z borb;. . Merrill. Jonasborb; TllOir:, ^Leachvllle; "Haley," Paragould, f Height 5 ft. 4 in. T Shot put — Buck, Leachvllle; %Boyd, Blytheville; ;Wun<ierlich, | Blytheville and Sain, Leachville. £ Distance 43 ft, 3 in. J, 120-j a r d hurdles — Hamilton, fParagoulri; Shannon, Piggott: Me^Daniels, Jonesboro an'd Shipley, £ L*scliville. Time. 18.2 .sees. :, 100-yard dash—Troxell, Jones- j borb; Daniels, Paragould: Lutes, f Blytheville; Day, Paragould. Time no.s. .; 880-yard relay—Jone.sboro, Par: mgould, Blytheville and Piggott. ? Time 1 min. 40.5, ; 180-yard hurdles—Hamilton, Par; agould; James. Piggott; Shannon, : Piggott and Ray, Jonesboro. Time S4.5. , 880-yard run—Boeder, Pipgott; JTomlinson, Blytheville; Scott, Leachville; Cagle, Paragould. Time 2:17.3. 220-yard dash — Troxcll, Jone5- '. boro; Daniels, Paragould; Lutes, '. Blytheville and Cook, Jonesboro. Time 23.5. Mile relay —Paragould, Pijgott, Jonesboro, Blytheville. Time 3:58.8. • .Discus — Donner, Blytheville; ; Buck, Leachville; McDanleto, Jon" • boro; Bankston, Pjggott. Distance . 124 ft. 5. | Broad jump—-Muse, Pigsott: Ray, r Jonesboro; Atkinson. Jonesboro anc BUhop, Paraeould. Distance IS ft •3. ' 440-yard dash—Roedcr, Piggott; Atkinson. Jonesboro; Stage, Para- gouhl; Blacks-ell, Leachville. Time 58.5. B Division Pole vault--Minyard. Dell; Grif• fin. State High and Wells, Dell (Sic); Tranlham, Dell. Height 8 ft. 10. 440-yard relay — Osceola, Dell. ; Earle and State High. Time 43.G sees. . High jump — Thomason, State High: Dunn, Osceola; Metcalf, Valley View, Hpaslan. State High, Reams. Dell and Hoskin, Dell (tie). Height 5 ft. 3. Shot put — Lannum, Osceola; .Spiers, Osceota: Green, Valley View; Higgins, Earlc. Distance 36 ft. 2 3!4. 120-yard hurdles — Thomason, State High: Lewis, Dell; Tale, Dell; and McWells, Dell. Time 20. B30-yard relay — Osceola, Dell, > Earle, State High. 1.431. 220-yard dash — Hill, Osccola: Watson, Osceola; Simmons, Dell; iVcinbcrg, Gsceola. Time 24.7. 880-yard run—Stevens, Osceola; Burns. Earle; D. Waddell. State High; Payne, Dell. Time 2:24. . Mile relay—Earle, OsceoU, Deli and State High. Time 4:04. Discus—Spiers, Osceola; Edrlng- lon. Osceola; Brlnn, Dell and Stevens, Osceola. Distance 108 ft. Broad Jump—Hill, Oseeola: Sim- •noiv. Dell; Reams. Dell; Rtllwcll, Osccola. Distance 20 ft. 1 112. 100-yard dash — Hill, o.sceola; Burns, Earle: Weinberg, Osceola; iimmoiis. Dell. Time 11. 180-yard hurdle?—Burns, Earle; Reams, Dell; Henderson, State High; HijMns. Earle. Time 24.S. Junior Division Pole vault. — Littlefield. Leachville; Perry, Joncsboro; Blankenship, Blvtheville; Jones. Blytheville. Hei"ht 8 ft. 4. 440-yard relay—Jonesboro, Blytheville, Piggott, Paragould. Time 50.9. High jump — Hall, BlylheviMe; Jones, Leachville; RI?RS, Jonesboro, Palls, Jonesboro, Coble, Jonesboro and O'Neil, Piggott (tie). Height 5 ft. 6. 50-yard dash—Rogers. Jonesboro; Kcnward, Jonesboro; Snyder. Blytheville; Baxter, Jonesboro. Time 6. 120-yard hurdles—Baxter, Jonesboro; Jones, Leachvllle; Coble, Jonesboro; Hollls. Paragould. Time 18 sees. 100-yard dash — Rogers, Jonts- boro; Falls. Jonesboro, Snyder, Blytheville; Mills, Leachvilte. Time 11.15. 440 L yard dash—Perry, Jonesboro; Helnemann, Jonesboro; Chlldress, Blytheville; Meyers, Piggott. Time 60.2. 220-yard dash—Falls. Jonesboro; O'Brien, Blytheville; Gentry, Blytheville; Baxter, Jonesboro. Time 25.6. ' Broad jump — Jones. Leachville; Kenward, Jonesboro; Falls. Jonesboro; Snyder, Blj-thevllle. Distance 17 ft. 8 1IJ. 880-yard relay—Jonesboro, Blytheville, Piggott, and Paragould. Time 1:47. Discu« — Holland, Blytheville; Kenward, Jonwboro; Perry, Jonesboro: Splcer, Earle. Distance 127 ft. 10 a;4. Shot puU-Hollind. Blytheville: Perry, Jonesboro; childress, Blytheville; Spicer, E*rl. Distance 49 ft. 7 1J2. Saliba Team Gets Win over Courier The Fred S. Saliba Company softball team continued its winning ways In the Bay Window League yesterday afternoon with a 12-8 decision over the Courier News. Ted Fisher pitched tor Saliba with Elmer {Chlgger) Smith and Jimmy Fisher working for the Courier, II was the Courier's first loss. The game climaxed the second week of play In the league. Four games are scheduled for neil wetk Samuel Parker of Newburyport Mass., patented the first machine Southern Birmingham . . Mobile Atlanta Memphis Mew Orleans . Nashville Chattanooga . Little Rock . .. W L 9 4 9 4 9 5 , S S . 7 6 5 8 . 5 9 1 12 Pet. .692 .602 .643 .615 .538 .385 .357 .077 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. liicago 3 0 1.000 Brooklyn Pittsburgh . ... Boston St. Louis . Philadelphia 'cw York :inclnnatl ... 6 ... 5 ... 5 ... 4 .. . 3 ... 1 ... 0 .750 .714 •AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit « New York 5 Cleveland 3 Washington * Philadelphia 4 Boston < St. I/nils 2 Chicago 1 .625 500 .375 .167 .000 Pel. .857 .025 .600 ,571 .414 .400 .286 .200 Yesterday's Results Southern Association New Orleans 2. Nashville 0 Mobile 2, Chattanooga 1 Atlanta 7, Little Rock 1 Memphis 6, Birmingham 1 National l.ttfae Si. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 2 Boston 2, New York 1 (10 Innings) Philadelphia 9. Brooklyn 2 Cincinnati at Chicago cold weather American League Boston 7, New York 2 Philadelphia 4, Washington 3 Cleveland at Detroit rain Chicago at St. Louis rain Today's Games Southern Association Memphis at Birmingham, night Little Rock at Atlanta, night Chattanooga at Mobile, night Nashville at New Orleans, night National League Brooklyn at New York night Bosto nat Philadelphia night Cincinnati at Chicago St. LouU at Philadelphia. American League New York at Washington night Philadelphia at Boston Cleveland at Detroit Chicago at St. Louis 4 Semi-Pro Tilts Slated for Sunday The Mississippi County Serai-Pro Baseball League will open Its season Sunday afternoon with four games on schedule. Number Nine will be at Forty and Eight, Lutes will be at Blytheville, Burdette plays Etowah and Keiser meets Tomato in the open- ing-garrieB. All games are schedulec for 2;30. : :_: The"-league was re-organtzed this spr!r.» after • year of Idleness. Al! league games will be played on Sunday afternoon with the season ending July 30. for splitting leather hides In 1809 Prior to that, hides had to be shave' to the thickness desired for shi soles, with all the shavings going to waste. —Courier News Photo I'KEI'AKING FOR THE FUTURE—First of the eight basketball backboards to be erected on Blythe ville playgrounds was set this week at Little park. James Fisher, second from left, basketball coach at Blytheville High School, who was responsible for the construction of the backboards as a part of his basketball expansion project, is shown filling In around one of the support posts of the goal while J. P. Garrott, Y director, looks on. At right are Billy Hall and Charles Ray Wise, high school students, who assisted in the construction of the boards In their wood working class al the high schcol. Money for the purchase of lumber from which the backboards were constructed was solicited from business firms and civic organ! nations by Coach Fisher. With the Courts Chancery Fritz Echulz vs. Dorothy Lohdcn Schulz, suit for divorce. Circuit: D. Santi and N. Andreoli, doing business as Santi and Andreoli, vs. E. O. Bulman Manufacturing Company, nb al, nnd Ben T. Mays as gEirnishec, suit to secure $795 judgment for loss on purchase of grocery store equipment. Introducing OUR NEW SERVICE STATION MANAGER BILL GODWIN SPORTING GOODS Fishing & Hunting License. "Jimmie B" 12 ft. Boat $49.95. Aluminum Boats, 12 & 14 ft. Fly rods, Casting rods and guns repaired. Shoes for every sport. 421 W. Main Phone 6762 Charlie Billingsley Charlie comes to us with over S years experience in service station management. We invite you to drive in day or night for prompt, courteous service. A red oak is killed in 30 to 60 days. y oak wilt disease. . I Leopards like the meat of domes tic dogs and cattle. W.B.Nicholson Elected to High AAAPost JONESBORO, April 28.—W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of Blytheville schools, yesterday was elected District Three's representative to he.Arkansas Athletic Association'! governing body. Mr. Nicholson was elected at • a meeting of superintendents of chools of the district held in con- unction with the District Three rack and field meet at Arkansas Hate College. One representative from each of ,he eight athletic districts of the itate Is to be appointed as a menv jer of the association's governing body to replace the Executive Committee which heretofore has been selected on a state-wide voting tasls. The change In selecting the *sso- liation's governing body was voted t the spring meeting of the State Uhletlc Association in Little Rock arlier this month,. tudbury's Sottballers Jeot Central Twice Budbury's Softball teams won double header at Little Park yesterday afternoon, the fifth grade team defeating Central by 14-11 In a free icoring affair while the 6th graders Arm ore I to Meet Manila Jaycees The Armorel Tigers will go after their third consecutive win of th» new season Sunday aiternoon when they meet the Manila Jaycees at Armorel Park. The Tigers hold victories over Number Nine and Trumann. The Jaycees, rated one of the top semipro teams In Northeast Arkansas, also have a 2-0 record. Either Frank Ellis or Fritz West will work for the Tigers in Sunday's game which is scheduled to start at 2:30. were pinning a 14-2 defeat on the Central sixth grade team. Freddie Houiisavlllc was the winning pitcher for the sixth grade tea mand Danny Bratcher lor the fifth graders. 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