The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 16, 1946 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BIATHftVlLLfi (Aft#J MAfcCtt 16; 1046 r Chicks To Open Spring Grid Practice Monday 32 Players Get togs Yesterday 'Nig' Bynum To Help Godwin With Coaching Of Chick Linemen ! TODAY'S SPORT PARADE Johnson and But/one/ May Prove Important To Boston Red Sox 4-H Tournament Finals Tonight Coaeli Dill Godwin will have a chance to get a line on his 1946 football squad when the chicks open their two weeks session of spring training at Haley Field Monday afternoon. A total of 32 candidates for (he Maroon and White were issued uniforms and equipment yesterday afternoon and will take the field shortly after 3:30 o'clock Mondaj for their first drill. Also scheduled to report here Monday was Firman "Nig" Bynum University of Arkansas tackle who won All-Southwestern Conference honors In 1941 and who also wor honorable mention for AH-American. The former Razorback s(« will remain here during the two ,weeks of training and will assis Godwin with the Chicks. Bynun will devote most of his atlentioi to the linemen and the local boy are expected to pick up quite a few tricks from this athlete, who in spite of the fact that he did not play on a championship team, was one of the most powerful linemen in Ihe Southwest. The Chicks arc due to be initiated into the mysteries of the tricky "T" formation during the next two weeks. Godwin intends to use this system which he says offers by far the most deceptive form of attack and in which lie was thoroughly grounded when playing with tlie Fort Pierce, Fla.., Navy Amphibs. Southeastern Bans Athletes Under Contract By OSCAR FIIAI.EY United Press H|liirts Writer SARASOTA, P'la., March 1C. »UP) —Two heroes homo from the wars were just unsung hopefuls today at the camp of the Boston Reel Sox but to Miumgpi 1 Joe Cionln they liny mean the difference between the American League pennant nnd Bcnn Town version of the Bronx cheer. One Is Earl Johnson, n Seattle southpaw who won a battlefield commission when he wns cut oh* three, days during Die scrap nl Bastogno. The other is the blh'gcst >" nn '" cnmp, six fool five inch Wilbur (Bull) Biillsintt who served In the artillery nt Leytc. "We hiwc to sink or swim with these two," Cronin cxplalnlecl he contemplated his reserve pitching strength in hopes of bringing lost six for Rocky Mount, N. C., awaited pennant. Rutland, a 28-yeM'-old tosscr from Terre Haute. Intl.. is well known to the Jans at Fenway Park. They nm> not recall Ills impressive war record in the Philippines lint they dc know that in 1042 before going off In khaki he was one of the brightest prospects in the game. Tall, slim and brown-haired Hutland-had been with Minneapolis and Louisville using -mostly sidenrm stuff and a carefully mixed assortment of pitches. He did well enough to merit a shot in 10-12. It wasn't a very auspicious opening for Butland dropped the duke. But from lore on through he knocked oft very team in the American League wind up with a 7 and 1 record. Johnson is built along the same ncs reaching up a rangy six feet, wo inches nnd is the same widely heralded star who came to the Bo- By WILLIAM II. TILLY BIRMINGHAM. Ala., March 1C (UP)—G. I. athletes who have signed professional sports contracts will not be allowed to compete in the Southeastern Conference. ' The ruling wns announced following a meeting of the SEC Executive Committee here yesterday The group voted to uphold a looi: bylaw which declares a student who has signed a professional contrac' or "entered into an agreement ex plicit or implicit" is ineligible to competition. The ban applies I both returning veterans nnd non veterans alike. A ruling by the five-man execu tive group however permits sturienl transferring from the U. S. Navi . Academy or U. S. Military Acnd emy to a conference school to be eligible for athletic activity. Under this ruling, Tom "Shorty" McWilliams, Mississippi State backfield nee at West Point, and Don Whitmire, Naval Academy tackle, from Alabama would be eligible lor sox from the campus of St. Mary's that was in 1Q40 nnd he won 12 nnd lost so xfor Rocky Mount. N. C., before being brought up for a trial. He won six nnd lost two for the Red Sox at the end of that year and In 19-»1 won four against five losses before entering the armed forces. The lanky 27-year-old native of Redmond, Was))., who mnke.s his home in San Mntco, Cal.. started as a first baseman In lilah school. "I began pitching when our teams Just ran out of pitchers." he said. "It sure was a lucky break we didn't have any Fellers in our school." Johnson has been in there pitching ever since, particularly during the mess In Europe. For courage on the field he was awarded the bronze star and then came the breakthrough at Bastogne. A platoon leader, Earl was cut off for three clays several limes. Ills uniform was ripped by bullets bul he brought through his detail an<! was awarded the silver star am! promotion to first lieutenant. "It was rough," Johnson recallet at the hustling training camp o: the Red Sox. "but this Is rouyl too, trying to get in shape to clinch a job with this team. I had a good fast ball and fine curve before I went Into service nnd I can't lie certain yet whether nine months of continuous action hurt my mm or my control." To which Cronin turns a prayerful glance. After years of waiting and spending of a young fortune for material this looks like It might bo it for Yawkey. Joe knows that Bnllnnd and Johnson will have much to sny In ihe final analysis. Snead Ahead By Stroke At Jacksonville play. A ruling introduced by Dr. W. D. Funkhouser of Kentucky wns approved which allows returning servicemen to re-enter their college with a clean scholastic slate, regardless of their grades at the institution before entering service. Left to the interpretation and enforcement of individual schools affected were application of the five- year rule, eligibility of n returning veteran whose past record does nol meet certain rules, nnd application of eligibility rules to a student during the time residence nnd attend ance rules were in suspension. The group approved an Intcrpre tation that the eligibility ban fo students who had participated ii varsity athletics at a college, als applied to colleges other than thos in the Southeastern Conference. Conference coaches will meet her at 10 a.m. tomorrow to approve th roster of football officials recom mended by the committee on offl ciating. JACKSONVILLE, Fin., Mar. 1C, (UP)—Sam SnoiKl.Hot Springs, Vn., iro whose promise usvmlly outstrips ills performance, led the field bj one stroke today ns the Jacksonville Open Golf meet moved into the second round niter Sneart set a course record with n 64 yesterday. Snend got seven birdies, an eagle and one bogle ns he went eight under par 72 and bent the old record by one stroke. However, he -still wns only one stroke nhcnd of Ed Oliver, Tnnnton, Mass.. who got five birdies nnd one eagle as lie tied Ihe old record for the 0,282- yard municipal layout. Sixteen players bettered pay with scores of 70 or better despite n soggy cour.sR which had not yet dried out from torrential rnlns on Thursday. Chick Hnrbert of Detroit and Pete Cooper of Gainesville, Fla., were lied nt 07. and bunch- d at 08 were Harry Todd of Dals, Jim Ferrier of Chicago, Armani! arlnn of Schenectndy nnd Hern Ban-on of White Plains, N. Y. owcver, [nvored Ben Hognn got ily a l'!>r 72. Other scores: CO—L. Smith, Wln- ton-Snlcm, N. C.: Jnck Grout Hnrrisburg. Pn.; Henry Hansom Houston; Pat Circelli, White Plains; Dale Anderson, Long Bench, Calif.; 10—Fred Barker, Brockton, Mass.; Waller Romans, Ullca. N. Y.; liny Hill, Henderson, Tex.; Hny Mnn- grum, Los Angeles. Tn the early dnys of the Civil Wiir, the Confederacy financed its operations with cotton exporb from New Orleans. ,Thc largest singe shipment of cotton of that era nn( after was 0.22U. Tills record wa nol broken until 1333, when the federal barge line transported ai even 15.000. Championship Round In Basketball Meet Promises Thrills Excitement continued to rise yes- icrday In the 4-H Club Basketball Tournament as the PromLsed Land i and Hox Elder B girls fought their way Into the finals. Promised Land defeated the strong Gosnell B girls team by a score ol 6 to 5. Box Elder defeated thn.Nnm- l»r Nine girls to gnin their position In the finals. Four B girls' teams have reached the seml-rlnals in the consolation bracket, playing for third place. They nre Pnwheen, Number Nine, Gosnell, and Lost Cane. B boys' teams that reached the semi-finals for first place wen Number Nine, Gosnell, Recce, and Lone Oak. A boys' teams that have reached the semi-finnls for first place Include Box Elder, Promised Land. Gosnell, and Lost Cane. The A girls' teams to play the finals tonight for first place arc Box Eldci nnd Gosnell. Both teams are verj strong nnd this promises to be thriller. Games and scores In Friday sessions were: Lost Cane A boys 45 vs. Armorel l!i; PromLscd Land B boys 15 vs. Los Cnne G; Promised Land B ytrls C vs. Gosnell ft; Gosnell A boys 19 vs Box Elder 16; Promised Land A girls 33 vs. Armoiel C; Lost Cane joys 4G v.s. Promised Land 20; Lo Oak A boys 20 vs. Arrnorel 16; Clear jnkc A boys 28 vs. Number Nine 14; Gosnell B boys 16 vs. Number Nine 0; Lone Oak B boys 39 vs. Recce 3. Yarbro's entire 4-H Club team caused some excitement yesterday when they appeared in their new 4-H Club jackets. They are white cotton shirts with n large green 1-H Clnb emblem on the chest with Ihe 4-H Club goni, "To Mnke the Best Better." 2 Newcomers On Arena Card Monday Night Bill Cozell and chlno Ming to oppose Red Roberts and Ted Tour- tas In Promoter M|k e Meroncy's weekly wrestling show Monday Might at the American Legion Arena. Ming and Tourtas nre newcom- rrs and will make their first 'ap- uarance in Blythevlllc against nine mighty stiff opposition In a 0 minute time limit Ug match. Ihe winners taking the best two ut of three falls. Ming comes here well recommcn- ied from previous promoters. He must have made good In the past or Meroney would not have booked him ot>poslte Roberts. His bag of tricks is well stocked with Items that Roberts has probably never met up with before. However, If v. know "Rough Red," Ming will have to delve deeply into his bag of tricks. Cozell is the only man who has given Roberts much trouble here. Many wrestlers are good with their fists but not all of these have he power In their punches that Cozell has. If Ming lives up to his rep" It Is very possible that he nicl Cozell will give the other team i run for their money. Tourtas, also a newcomer. Is said ,o be as good as Ming. He is teamed with Roberts for the main event Local fandom Is familar with Roberts prowess and villainy Rev. W. C. Kruger To Speak Tomorrow The Rev. W. C. Kruger of Mem- ,>liis will Ije the speaker tomorrow iimning at the Pilgrim and f-,uth- ran Church. Ills topic of discus- ion will be "Victories of Faith." Also present will be the Rev. Mar liti Schaefer, missionary director, o: St. Louis. Immediately following morning worship, there will be un import ant business meeting, it was nn nounced. needs no comment other than to ;ay that he will need every bit \e possesses In the coming bout. The show gets under way prompt,y at 8 p.m. with the usual one fall 30 minute time limit prcllrnt- laries. Cozell and Tourtas (eat each other in the first bout. In the second we get our first taste of Ming's ability with Roberts in the opposite corner. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CIIICKA8AWPA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. R. S. Kenney Plaintiff vs. No. 9514 Opal S. Kenney Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, Opal S. Kenney, Is which warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District if Mississippi County, Arkansas, vlthln thirty days to answer the omplalnt of the plaintiff. Witness my hand as clerk of said court and the seal thereof this 15th day of March, 1946. SeaII HARVEY MORRIS, Cl«% Holland & Taylor • y Attys. for Pit. 3J16-23-30-41G For Your Home SpringOeld Couches, Lounge Chairs with Ottoman, Chiffrobes, Bedroom Suites, Springs, Mattresses, 5 piece Breakfast Sets. Just Received: Metal Trunks & Lockers Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 1 ' •' New and Used 301 East Main St. Phone 2302 New Theater Manila's Finest Saturday & Sunday, Mat. 1 o'clock Sunday * Tuesday tiifhi*, 5:U o'clock All tther nicbts, « o'cUek. Saturday "LAWLESS EMPIRE" ! with Charles Sta'rrett ! Serial und Comedy j Admission '•......';'.'' .. Me and 300 J SATURDAY OWL SHOW 1 "A Guy Could Choree" wllh Allen -Lane and lane FraMft '., 'Plus Comedy ': :' Harry Vise To Sing Harry Vise of Clarksville. Tenn.. will be here tomorrow with his parents, Rabbi ami Mrs. " Alfred Vise, to participate in the Jewish Festival of purlin. He also will be guest singer tomorrow at First Methodist Church and will present the vocal solo, "The Loiul is My Light" by Allison, FOR RENT... Frozen Food Lockers Equipped to Cure Your Hams, Bacon, Shoulders, Sausage A Complete Meat Curing and Storing Service Think of getting technical, in stead of merely covetous, over n> Ion hosiery, is. I. Du Pont clc Nemours & Co., Inc., points out, nevcrlhcrless, that one nylon stocking contains an average of one- and-one-quarter miles of rayou yarn. * Insure Now . . . through j W. J. Pollard Agency Glencoe Hotel Bldg. Telephone 3545 * FROZEN Phone 2G02 FOODS Main at 21st Street Be on tha safe side—don't let the lack of accessories keep you from "playing ball" with food production. Better check up on chains, grease guns, filter elements and olher accessories so you can "stay in ihe game." Ii you need •upplies, come in and see us. We wool to help you "PLAY SAFEI" Headquarters for Genuine IH Partt DON'T WAIT!!! We Will Pay You The TOP CASH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR Drire In Today —Get the Cash! We Arc Authorized Illythevillc Dealers DESOTO — PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complete stotk of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Parts SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMOUK—Owner CLARENCE CUMM1NGS—Service Manager See Us at Our New Location Corner Franklin and Walnut Phone 886 or 3524 DELTA IMPLEMEMT COMPANY Blythevillc, Ark. ^H;.' CALL TULLOS for Refrigeration CITY ELECTRIC CO. "AT TOUK SERVICE" ">«•» 2241 Phone 2611 for Prompt ) Road Service » Tire Recapping • Battery Charging • Washing and Lubrication • Polishing and Waxing • Expert Ford Mechanics • Truck Tires—any siz« Hours—6 to 6—7 Days MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Ash at Second Street I WRESTLING Legion Hut, Monday, March 18 - 8 p. m. Adults, 36c, Tai 9o—Total 45e. Bettered 8*aU Me, Tai 3c—Total, 15c. Children'» 8*aU 12e, Tax Se, Total, 15«. Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on TAG MATCH Roberts and Tourtas n. • Cozell and Ming Also 2 One-Fall 30-Minute Matches BILL COZELL vs. TED TOURTAS CHINO MING vs. RED ROBERTS Sunday and Monday '•','.• 'What Next, Corporal Hargrove?" "•• with Robert Walker and KeenanWynn .....,News and Comedy"" •'••-• Admission 14c and 30c CHICK THEATRI "Where Happiness Costs So Little" Week Days: StarU at 7 p. m. Last Time Today DOUBLE F« ATTIRE THE OLD TEXAS TRAIL' with Rod Cameron and "Fuzzy" Knight "ALLERGIC to LOVE" with Noah ««ry Jr. and Martha O'Driscoll Serial: "Jungle Queen" Chapt. 10 Also Cartoon , & P. L. No. 14 Planting Seed J f - V- J, ./.. \ - - - V '!•" ~ Cleaned, Delinted, Ceresan Treated. Germination 80 to 90 per cent. Also LAREDO SOY BEANS 90% Germination - •'• Lloyd Stickmon Phone 3210 Owl Show 11:30 p. m. "Double Indemnity" with Fred McMurray and Barbara Stanwyck Serial: ^'Haunted Harbor" Chapt. 2 Also Short Sunday and Monday . "It Ain't Hay" with Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Also News and Short THEATRE Manila, Ark. pen at 6:00, Show Starts at 6:11 1 Starting Monday- WE will be OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Day and Night Service Last Time Today "Arizona Whirlwind" with Bob Steele, Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson Short: "Bugs Gets Boid" , 4th ChapUr of "Masked Marvel™ Sunday and Monday ALONG CAME JONES" with Gary Cooper and Lorptta. Yoang ''•_ BattlinE Bass and RKO News OPEN 6:4S; STARTS 7 p. m Phone 553 Langston-Wroten Co. Authorized BUICK Sales and Service Factory Distributor—U. S. TIRES Walnut and Broadway Last Time Today 'Springtime in Texas' Jimmy Wakely Dennis Moore Serial: "The Master Key" Also Shorts MIDNIGHT SHOW Starts 11 p. m. 'Gangs of the Water Front' with Robert Armstrong Stephanie Bachelor Also Shorts Sunday and Monday Continuous Show Sunday 'Mildred Pierce' with Joan Crawford J»ek Carson, Zachary Scott Paramount News Abo Shorln

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