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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVTILE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Chicks and Paps Win Easily • ; • '• i '• f Over Holland Cage Teams Rupp and Alien Point For Important Contest NEW YORK, Dec, 13. (API-Kentucky and Kansas moved ahead with perfect records today toward Iheir important clash Saturday Lexington, Ky., where pupil will match wlls with former master. Blytheville'a Chicks and Pajwoscs hung- up their second vicloi-ies of the yotine has ketbal] season last night, deleting Holland, Mo., teams in easy fashion in games played The Chick. 1 ;, allor a slow start, lot rolling in Ihe second quarter ind trounced Ihe Holland High School Lions T7-41 in Ihe fealure gam* ot the twin bill. In the opening contest, Coach' Earl Slabler's Paps downed the Holland juniors «-24. It was Ihe Blytheville teams' second victory of the season over the Holland teams. In game.5 here last week they also won by impressive scores. Lynn Vowell continued lo set the scoring pace for the Chicks, hoop- Ing in 19 points, but he was followed closely by Ted Vance with IS and Gay Parrlsh with 16. The Chicks also saw good possibilities in their six loot .six inch sophomore center, Montroe Holland. Holland, who Joined the learn late due lo R broken arm. played only six minuie-s during the game but that was long enough for him lo rack up H points. The paps grabbed Ihe lead early and kepi piling up Ihe score. Forward Bob (Red) Chilriress led the onslaught with 22 points forward Billy Hill was only six points behind with 16. The Chicks and Baps piny at home. Monday night meeting nec- tor In a pair of games at the Haley Field'gymnasium. Junior Gamf BlyYille (BSI Fos. Holland (24) Childress (21). F. . (4) Workman B. Hill (16) .. F (4) Little Walker (5) ... C (2) Holley O'Dell (4) ... O. ... (1) Drewry Cobb (4) G. . (11) Childer: Substitutions: Blytheville — C Hall (2). Hall (1). West (1). Williams, Lunsfbrd (2), Edgemon (6) Gracey (2). Langslon and Peoples Holland—Wilfred (1), and Swindle (1). Senior Gam« Hly'rUle (771 Pw. . Vowell (19 ... f Vance (IS) ... F. Parrish (16) .. C. Btlrw (3) ---- O Held (4) ..... G Holland (4) Smith (3) Nunnen (4) Maxwell (2) Avis Kenley Substitutions: Blytheville— Hie- feiuon, Crafton (II. Burnham, Holland f!4). Droke. Hays, Harrison (5). Holland Chllders <4), Martin (4). Osceola Opens Cage Season With 2 Wins LUXOR A, Dec. 13— Osceola High School opened its 1950-51 basketball . season here last night by copping a doublehearler from Luxora High School teams. The Seminoles .girls downed Coach Tye Adams' sextet 31-33 in the tirst game and' In the second Coach Johnny Bearden'.i Osceola boys rallied late to take a 54-50 win from the Luxora boys. Both Osceola 'teams came lo life in the third quarter to go ahead lo. slay utter close first halves. At halftime the Luxora girls were lead- Ing Osceola 16-13 and the boys game was knotted at 27-27. Harvey Lee Hill paced Osccola's boys with 25 points and Stanford led Luxora with 13. In the girls game K. Watson led Osceota with 27 and Cockrell led Luxora with 21. Girls Game Osceola CH) Pos. !,„,„„ (3 j, Mann (5) ........ r (31) Cockrell Watson (21) ...F. . . (7) Walker Corit (8 ' ....... F, (5) stenhenson Dunn ........... O Richardson Kendricks ------ G ...... clark Bowen .......... G ....... Smith Substitutions: Orceola — Phillips and Love. Luxora— Lewis. Lloyd and Merriman. Boys flame 0«ccol,i (S!) ros. Luxora (SOI K ' n (2 5> ...... F (131 Stanford ,71 Tale Dunlos U) F Wp'nberg (6) c C ' x I4> O 171 Daren Strvens (5) . G (4) Arnica • c 'lbstiti!tions. Oscenh—Dunn 181" Wilson (2). Luxora—Williams (2). Holland Defeats Squaws Twice Juniors Beaten 25-11; Seniors Fall 42-36 In Doubleheader Here Coach Donna Johnson's Blythe- ille Squaws dropped a pair of games lo teams from Holland. Mo. in an all-girl doubleheader played ', the Haley Field sym last night. In the first game the Squaw freshmen team were beaten, by the Holland Juniors" 25-11 and in tile second the Holland senior girls edged past Ihe Squaw seniors 42-36 In Ihe senior game, the Squaws showed Improvement over last week's opening game but they were unable to slop Patterson'and Mc- Arlhur. Holland's two fast breaking, sharp-shooling forwards. Patterson Leads Scoring Patterson hooped 28 points to lead both (earns in scoring McArthur counted II. and . But the Squaws had their own sharp shooting team. Jean Phillips and Billie Prcsnell paced the Ely-' thevllle girls in point making with 16 and 11 points respectively and most o! them were mad« from far out. In the Junoir game, Wilfred was high for Holland with 10 polnls and Presnell led Blytheville with seven. It was the second loss of the season lor both Blytheville teams, and both ol their losses have been to Holland. The Squaw seniors are scheduled to meet Wilson tonight In the opening game at the Wilson Invitational tournament. Junior Ganir Holland (2.i) Pos. Bly'ville (11) "» ..... F ......... Vowell DllVall (8) ... r. ... (7) Presnell Wilfred do) .. F ...... (21 Burns J - Little ...... G ....... England ........ G ....... Clampitt Mahan ....... G ......... Myers Substitutions: Holland — Smith! and G. Lahuc. Blytheville— Hatley. i Crump (2). Hamby, Stilwell. ! Senior Game Holland («) - Pos. Blythevile (36) Drewry (3) ... F. ... (3) Parrish Bolh of thes° leading contenders for national college baskelball honors hurdled uig barriers last night, and it wasn't easy for either. Kentucky, held to even terms for a half, had rally to lurn nick Xsvler of Cincinnati, 67-5«. at Cincinnati, it was the second In > row for ihe Wildcats. Kansas won its fourth in a row over St. John's of Brooklyn in New York's Madison Square Garden 5251. Clycte Lovclletle. Ihe Jayhawks' crack ccnler. won it with a goal In the last 15 seconds, Now Phog Allen lakes his Knn- sans lo Lexington to play Adolph Rupp'.s Wildcats in Kentucky's new S4.000.000 coliseum.. Allen ' laii B i,t Rupp much of Ihe basketball he knows while the Kentucky tutor was at Kansas. TII Match Tall Buys The game offers another Intercst- ng sidelight in that it matches two of (he country's better centers— the seven-fool Bill Splvey of Kentucky and the six-nine Lovellette. Splvey pitched in 23 points last nleht against Xavier. Lovellette connected for is against St. John's Their Duel should be something to Unbeaten Indiana, a leading contender for Big Ten honors, won Its "»ra straight, defeating Texas Christian. 87-68. Michigan finally broke into the win column after two losing starts, downing Mar- quelte. «-37. Western Kentucky, generally one of Ihe best of the college crop, won its third game In four outings by whipping Texas S(,ale, 79-46. Kansas stale won Its fourth straight non-conference game by beating Wichita. 73-42. Dinjiresne also remained undefeated by humbling George Pepperdine 'of LOS Angeles, 84-50. for No. 4 O f the season. In other top games. Nebraska rimvued Sanla Clara. 53-38; Colgate defeated New York University, 7914; Temple won over George Wash- .. McArttnir (11) F. Patterson (28) F. McCray ..... G Chllders ..... G. G ington, 84-64: and Rutgers. 57-51. Princeton beat (U) Presnell ..(16) Phillips .. Hodge Sntton Jones . ......... Substitutions: Holland— wilford. Kcacolh, Chism, Cohcon, Blytheville— Storny, Keller, Rhodes -(6), Thaxion, Hooper. Sites for Final PlayoH Games ore Determined LIITLE ROCK. Dec 13. f,P) — Sites have been selected for the renaming Arkansas htzh school toot- ball playoff finals. Rlsbn and Atkins will meet In War Memorial Stadium here Friday night, for the class B rliam- Jlonshlp. The Class A title will oe iecidcd by Siloam Springs and Wuine in a same at Siloam Springs also on Friday niehl. Manila Cagers Defeat Gosnell In Two Games Manila High School's Lions cop- )ert two victories from the Gosnell Crates at Gosnell last night with the-girls winning 35-27 and the boys victorious 62-24. Shedd led the Manila girls to victory with a total of 21 points and Bob Berry paced the boys with 23 counters. P. Wood was high for (he Gosnell girls with 15 and French led Ihe Pirate boys with 11. Girl, Game WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS,-1959 Osceola Golden Gloves Tourney Dates Fixed Osceola school officials were making plans today for the annual Northeast Arkansas Golden Gloves eliminacioii tournament which will! be held In the. Osceola High School gymnasium Jan. ia-20. Dates lor Ihe tournament, the only one of it.s kind in Northeast Arkansas, were announced yesterday by Dukie Speck. Osceola Hi^h School coach, who snicl (hat this vear's tourney is expected to be the argest ever held. The three-day tournament is held each year to determine Northeast Arkansas contestants in the Mid- South Golden Gloves meet at Mem- to Play In Senior Bowl MOBILE. Ala., Dec. 13. (,T>—five members of the nation's No. 1 fool- ball team. Oklahoma, agreed tod^y| to play lor the north squad in the senior bowl game here Jan. fl. Two of the Sugar Bowl bound Wilson Defeats West Memphis In Twin Bill WILSON. Dec. 13 -Wilson Hi°h School's Bulldog basketballers continued on their winning wav last wfi'-M" 1 ""?-" P " ir "' ""« from West Memphis teams. The Wilson girls defeated Baseball Seeking New Commissioner • By JOT, RCICHLER ST. 'PETERSBURG, Fla., Dec. 13. (AP)—The major . It-ague clul) owners, determined to remove baseball Com: missioner A. B. Chandler without becoming involved in legs entanglements,-will-select a new commissioner as soon possible. Uncertain whether they can force* Chandler from office before the end of his (erm, the owners are hopeful that the naming of a successor soon will prompt the commissioner to "see the futility of it the Uin raf V " S ""'^ 3 ' 3 " 15 '" ' he ' CUi the Bulldog boys vei 49-22 in the nightcap. Price and Grecmvell tied for hiuh - and victorious ^OT.WuJss--sssV^rHFr ^ T°" ~-^ ^«^r Md in tS < K^x^^^^^^s. .,...- ...--; -:;•;- . Heath, second defensive (cam We think this tournament will The olher three are Norm" n Me Je the largest ever." Speck said. "I N.-ibb. guard, co-cap'atn with H c -Uh : I plan o start-contacting the .various | Harry I 10 ore. center; and Claude schools of Northeast Arkansas right Arnold, quarterback iwa.v and try to line up some good GiH< Game Wilsnn (.13) Fin. vVfst earns. Srhool Is Swnsor The Northeast Arkansas tournament Is sponsored annually by the Osceola school under the immediate direction of the Memphis Commercial Appeal's Mid-South Golden Oloves Committee. The purpose of the elimination ournament is lo decide Northeast Arkansas champions In all of the 3olden Gloves weight divisions with he winners automatically entered n the Memphis meet, This year, as In the past, the tour- lament will be divided Into open ind novice divisions with the open division for young fishlers who have von at least one previous tournament bout and the novice division or newcomers. . " Alt schools ot Northeast Arknn- as are eligible lo enter teams In he totirnament. Colleoe Basketball B,r The Associated Trfsi Kansas 52, St. John's (Brooklyn) Manila (35) Meachuni (4) Shedd (31) Whitney 15) Pleasant Phillips Davidson r»s. . r P.. ...r.. . .G. ..G ...G Gosnell [31) (9) McGce (.1> Bevill (15) P. Ward .... Roberts White J. Ward — M. »Turn Substitutions: Manila—Wright M> Brelltley^ (l). Houston. Johnson' Parker, statter. Gosnell—Mlnyard Potter, Lucius. . Boyj Gamp Manila («3) Po ,. Gnsnell (24) Berry (33 .... F ... < 6 i Bmerv Ketchum fll) Vcath (8) ....'.'. Fowler (21 ..";.„. ,. Substitutions: Manila — Davidson. ,,) Cook . ,2, Temple . (in French Ducniesne 84. Pepperdine (Caiifi 50 Princeton 57. Rutgers 51 Temple 84. George Washington 61 Central (Mo) 62, Kirksville (Mo) Kansns State 73. Wichita -12 St. Louis U. 11. Houston 63 Michigan -10. Marquelte 37 McPlierson IKns) 9,5, SI, Benedict's 54 Kansas Wrslcyan 58. Southwestern SKas) 57 i Westminster (Fulton. Mo) Kg Rolla 41 ' Lincoln U. (Mo) 57. Shortlcff College (III, 49 Indiana 87. Texas Christian 68 Western Kentucky 79, West Teva= Slate 46 , : > Kentucky 67. Cincinnati Xavicr 56 Magnolia A&M 69. Henderson .16 Arkansas State Teachers 50, Llt- Bullarri (2). Tsaac-s (1). Kinchen (9i Tiplon. Gosnell—Brown (-t). z&r. Morion in Pair JOINER. Dec. 13—Sh[\«-ncc's Indians won two games frDin Marion last night with the bnys defealriR the Tartans 52-34 and the cirls victorious 30-26. Both Shawnrc learns led all the wsy but the girls had to cul short a Iile Marlon rally In order to savr victory. Aubrey Robcrlson led the Shawnee boys with 16 points and Terrv led the girls willi 16. Oirls' Game Shawnet HOI Pos. Mariun C>f,) Tmsley 15) .. F .. (2 0) Curlin Shannon (7) ... p.,.. Carringlon Terr >' 'IS) ... F (4, Powell ? casl e.v G Lumpkin ""''fwn O Stupcntl Sh ! rl « - C..:.. Black-ford Substitutions: Shawnee — EIrort Welch. D. Shannon f2). McFalridce Reed. Starling and Richards. MaV- on—King (2i, Dally, Billings, Finley. Boys fi'amr Shawnee (31) ros. Marion (311 F (8) Enzor • F n) Burns C (10) Wendell G (I! Neal O (D Jennings Shawnee — Felt(6), Adams (1). Lame. L Speck H Speck. Ohilders. Slrceier d) M' ar . Ion—Reeves (i). Jenkins Mrrme Ion (2i, Rogers tl>. " " cl ' l " 5- Robertson Faulk (0) Welch (6) Ralph Housman (It) Substitutions: Termite damaRc l s <. 0 SC vcrc In VcncMicIa Hut most doors are made of clay tile. Give Your Family A Wonderful Christmas All Year Long . . . ADMIRAL TELEVISION Hubbard Hardware In recent years, annual Mood , losf(!s in ;he United s:-te s have s averaged more than $110 million. tie Rock JC 43 Rice 63. Southwestern Institute 5D Tulsa M (ovei timei Louisiana Oklahoma Baptist 52 Baylor 61. Southwest Texas State friends University (Wichita) 56 Northu-eslern (Ofcla) Teachers 50 ' Sm-ii>~flelel (Mo) 64. New Mexico - 5.1 Phillies Oilers xaga 43 (AAU) 67 Gon- Nebraska 53. Santa Clara .13 Price 11 .... Bowen 10 ... Greemvell 11 Bird Andrews .... Peeper . f . P, . r. G. G. 'G Memphis (18) ... (11) Davis Alder . (7) Pittman •.. I •. Speijht ..:... Wright Di.xon Substitutions: -WlUo'n— Jones- (1) Trannum. Lynch. Cissell, , Oavett Davis. West Memphls-Forehana! wray, Hollenbeck,' Maddox. Hicks. t>ary, Eppling. B^TH Game Wilson (19 ' p.- 3 . west Forrester (11) Oarrett Deer ........... . Underwood (18)0. Webb .5) .... G. . ....... . Substitution!;: Wilson— Rob'inson Freels. Mooring (13), McJJabb, . Memphis (21) ...... Lum . ,7, Brassfield ..... , 2) . gecor -<1W Forehand sheek.1 ' (2) all" and resign. Meanwhile, Chand ler remains conunlssioner. An attempt to buy up Chandler's contract failed when the commissioner reiterated his determination lo slick lo the »65,000-a-year Job until his five-year contract expires May 1, 1335. The owners voted yesterday to select a new commissioner to replace the former governor and U.S. Senator (roin Kentucky. This unprecedented action was taken in a special meeting after a series of conferences involving the 16 club presidents, bath leajn'e heads and a bevy of lawyers. This followed by about 20 hours Ihe failure of the club owners to vote Chandler a new contract. Chandler Ccunmpnts Chandler, who succeeded the tale Judge Kennesaw Mountain Landis in 1915. appeared in person before the owners lo make a plea for his job. Emerging from Ihe momentous session 15 minut-os later, chandler refused to comment. Later, however, he s^id: "I went in and told them the whole strry. I did not recede from my stand earlier m the day." Despite ihe drastic setback, Chandler last nlpht continued his annual custom of playing host lo the club officials at a dinner which went off without a hitch. The com- inl.viojirr seemed his oltl self, living up to his nickname of "i;appy." Bulldogs, Wardell Divide 2 Games PORTAGEVILLE, Mo., r>c. ]3._ Wardell and Portageville divided > basketball rtoubleheader here last, nijht with Ihe Bulldogs talcing the "A" jrame «-30 and Wardell the "B" lilt 28-24, Both games were closely contested all the way with Fortagevilli coining, to life in. the second half of the "A" game to hang on to i one-point halftime margin. Zohner led Portageville in the "A" game with 17 points whil« Hawks scored 11 for Wardell. I>. Lisle led Pnrtageville In the "B" with 10 and BurneUe paced Wardell with 13. Friday night the Bulldogs are slalcd to meet Gideon here in their annual homecoming game. Gideon was one of the two teams to beat Portageville last year. • Church bells ring on Swiss independence Day (August t) throughout every one of the 32 cantons added hopefully. In the meantime club ownera said committees would be named soon lo consider candidates for the job. Dan Topping, president of the Yankees, said, he wax hopeful that some progress would be made by the time the owners meet' again next February. No one ventured to mention any „„ , """ possible candidates for the imnori- The only, owners among those ^nt twfiinn h..f i. *• ^,. [tended th- mnrrm^ hf,i. , vh j * nt r^itio^ but leading possibih- , were Fora Frlck. president ot itilman. head of the minors' and -.....„.. Bolh clubs had represent- j ^Y"" 1 °""' P r « id '"<- »'"« atiVM however. attended the meetings bsit tt'ere missing from the banquet were Fred Sfugh of St. Louis and, Horace Stoncham of the New York j Won't Give. Up Cheered by tii-s well-wishers with such remarks as :'Don't give up, Happy." and "Keep your chin up." he replied. "I've never backed down from a fight in my life and I don't Intend to retreat now." "Something may happen yet." he Ryals and Boyles. West Memphis— Harber-(2», Johnson. Suicer. Burnett. Powell. Gary, Knbx, H. Brasfield and Clark. Convinced that Chandler intended lo go through with his promise to finish out his term "to the last second" despite pressure to resign, a majority of tht owners were prepared to let him "rule" until they can come up with a new leader. There is much confused thinking on the matter for there is no clear . cut rule on the subject. Some own. ers believe, they cannot force thi commissioner to resign. Others insist his position can, be declared vacant If his- contract is brought up. 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