The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 31, 1943 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 31, 1943
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A'" 1 . f VGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLB (ARE.) COURIEB NEWS W RON ESI) AY, 'MARCH 31, 1943 Boxers Schedule Exhibition Bouts Jit Arena_Tonight »]* When members of Iho Post Boxing Team meet each qjher in exhibition bouts nt the Legion Arena tonight, attention of spectators wi'l center largely on the showing of $ergt. A. J. "Cherokee" Heiutricks, middleweight, against Pvt. John Wood; lightheiwy. Hciulrichs is one of the iinest fighters on the team and his pals are anxious lo .see if he is jn bhnpe for the Arkansas AAU Tournament at Little Rock next week. Against Wood, a long, rangy, tough boxer who take a lot of punishment, lie will bo able to extend Seven Hearts, Bargain Basement Colt, Rated Real Derby Threat himself. ',:Hci)dricks Is nil experienced alh-•• lete who lias done considerable ! amateur boxing. Novice lightweight polden Gloves Champ oC Katisas before lie enlisted in the Army, he w£iit to the semifinals in the Mid- South Golden Gloves tourney at Memphis icccntly. He wns defeated ln"!lhat fight, although he knocked his: opponent .to the canvas In the first-round. The man who licked ijiin'wcnt on to --win the title at .; Memphis, and recently, copped the national title at Chicago. '^Hcndrlcks is regarded as one of Uie Post Boxing Team's'b&st bets for''-championship honors In the 'AATJ tournament. He will fight in the; "open middleweight division tlieie. i ^'All of the attention won't focus cii'i the Wooiis-Henriricks fight, however. The main bout, featuring Prt.' Joe La Scalla vs. Corp. Robert {.".Morgan, will probably piovc to 6q 'a big drawing card as the lightweight champion of the post Is the stake in this fight. .'^Two piellminary bouts will give fans an opportunity for seeing.olher meiiibers of tlie Post Boxing Team In'action. In the first of these Ccrp Ccrp, NornifuvNeumeyer will meet Kertncth'.Jacob iu u five rciind scrap. These men, arc wcl- tenveights. In the second prelin §eigt. Don Brandon will tangle with Pfc.;Prcd-Sacnger hi anolhei five rounder. These men arc light heavies, niie bouts will begin at 1:30 p. in Proceeds will, be used to defray the team's expenses when they go U : Lit tic Rock for the AAU Tourna ment, which begins Apul 1. ' Sergt. Jesse demerits is post boxing Instructor. Golden Glovers ''. Vie In Chicago CHICAGO, Mar. 31 (UP)—Thirty-two of the nation's top-flight amateur /boxers battle for adcii- tidnar ring glory : tonight in the ,lCh-annual:inter-city golden gloves matches at Chicago Stadium. "Although the "opposing tennis officially aie designated as New York and Chicago, the rosters are • 'composed 'of. leather pushers from cities in every part of the country except the Par West. , The .customers can. look for plenty of action because the for-fun boys '-start in with the opening gong and usually keep the air,; : filled witli mitts until one drops or the final bell: sounds. Chicago holds a wide edge in the .Jnter-City series which wns Inaugurated in -1928. The windy city teams have won eight matches, lost''four and tied'three. Total of 21 Cases Disposed Of In Eastern Arkansas In March LITTLE nOCX, March 31.— Twenty-four Eastern Arkansas sportsmen w ere arrested o n charges of violating state name and Isb regulations durini! Mnrch, and 21 of them were convicted and fined, T. A. McAinls. executive director of the Arkansas Game nnd Fish Commission, said Tuesday. Arrests dining the month were low when compared lo previous inchlhs. Fifty-six persons were ar- resled and 33 convicted during tlie monlh. The report <lld not Include the 24 cases now pending before Ihc Pulaskl Grand Jury. Eastern Arknnsnns convicted on grime violations were J. L. TJovcrl, Jefferson County, possessing fur in closed season; Clay Hair, W. 11. Harrlsh and J. 13. Wells. Lincoln County, using artificial bait without license; Drew Cottonseed Oil Mill, taking coons out of season and not tagged; Lulii Clark, Dc- sha, possessing unlawful fish: IJcrt Dufur. Deslra, possessing game Ilsb n line net. John Phillips, indepcnclcncc, per- nittlng dogs to run in refuge; Flynn Olivers. Prairie, hunting I ducks with unplugged gun; Rny {night, Greene, hunting—no plug n gun; Francis McCaUun, St. iancls, no nsli net license; E. W. CsbuniD, fishing without, resident icemc; Kelly Waldran, Helena, violating storage law. H. L. Oiler. Mississippi County, inking bnss illegally; Uewcy Dunl- vanl. Mississippi, possessing bass out of season; H. lj. Oiler nnd Dewey Uuntvitnt, Mississippi, blocking stream; E. L. Riiiney. Cliiren- dcn, buying fur, no license; A. M. Cnts, Helena, hunting duck with rifle; T. W. fearl. Lee County, pos- seislng venison out of season, and Sidney Sniilh, Lee County, fishing IK IIAKKY (iKAV.SON NBA Sports Hilllor NEW YORK-Simiiy Jim Mlie- stmmons can't recall when Hie nation was free of racing for a period of nine days, and Ihc Hclalr Stud trainer was around some time before Ihe photo finish. lint here me Ihc poor bookmakers having lo struggle along without their .suckers until Ihe New York season opens nt Jamaica, April 8. This, pleases Dutch I.aOuardla more than his 'brigadier generalship. He can put h cops on more important tilings. Winning Ihc Arkansas Derby at Hot Springs, Seven Hearts deli nltelv look Ills place as n threat in the Kentucky Derby, May 1. Seven Hearts, a further recommendation for Ihe young sire Grand Slam, ts another barnali basement colt. The Urown Hole Stable of Louisville purchased tin uoocl-.slzccl che-sliuit at the l.cxlng ton sales for $400, He lias nc- counted for $17,000 to date. Although not as Imlrncky as Kx Icrmlnalor, Seven Hearts remind: you somewhat of Old Cones. HI runs the same way. Ills hoof barely leave Ihe ground. He move witli Mich little effort that he Irnv els faster than he appears lo be Seven Hearts, o'ut of the dan Ixivle, she by rjonnacona, was cam jintgncd at Detroit, Kccneland an Churchill Downs lust year, wo four races In n row. Grnnd Slam, by Chance Pin and out of the distinguished dun Jeanne Uowdre, she by''Luke Me Luke, also got Devil's Thum which completed a grand slam : Saratoga last August.- The slake winner, Ogma, also is one of Grim Slam's first crop, , \ , Devil's Thumb, which went sllgli ly wrong following "the big monl the Spa, Is naw In New York Illi his W. E. noclng-owncd sta- omalc, Slide Rule, .Count, Heel :icl lilnc Swords, Count, Fleet is the .shortesl-prlc- :1 Kentucky Derby- winter book ivorlle in history at tlie moment, ut we'll have a better line on hem following the Wood Memo- Keeven Quits Ring; Match Is Cancelled lal nt Jamaica, April 17. That ill be Count Fleet's only start, head of tiie Derby. The fion of lelgli Count worked a mile at 5?el- tiont In 1:40 2-5 Hie oilier aftcr- Handlers say no coll lias oine out of winter o.uarlers so far idviincccl. Calumcl Farm [irobably lias elv- 11 up 011 Ocean Wave, from which acvon ilcails ran away In Hie Arkansas Derby, but lie hasn't been \-orsc llian second in seven starts, so .sllll must be considered Kch- ucky Derby material. Tile, Kentucky contingent of hose which can't \K tossed out will llntl out more about each other in the Blue Grass stakes at the Downs, April 21. Seven Hearts goes In that one, along with Ocean Wave, Dove Pie, Po.n's Pick and Amber Ughl, which beat Ocean Wave In the Ixmtsiann Derby. Then the best In tlie east, with the exception of Count Fleet, will hook ii|) with the Kentucky leaders in Ihe Derby Trial. April 27. Don Cameron says Count Fleet doesn't have to work up to a mile nnd a ([Uiirter, contends John D. llcrlv/ colt can do anything he wnnt-s to. All Trainer Cameron ho]ie.s Is that Count Fleet will want lo on Derby Day. DETROIT, Mar. 31 (UP)— The 10 - round bout between Anton Cliristoforlclls and Jimmy Reeves, scheduled for Detroit next Friday, has been called off. Promoter Nick Londes cancelled the match for good today when Reeves Informed him he was retiring from the ring. The fighter, according to Londes, notified him of Ills Intention by telephone from Cleveland. Previously, the bout had struck i snag when ClirLsloforbklls was wired from boxing under NBA •ules failing to fulfill another' on- ;tigement. Michigan boxing commissioners and Londes said they would have no comment, until they heard from iiccvcs' manager, Maury Dyer. (| However, the-Detroit matchmaker had previously accused promoters • Mike Jacobs of New York and Larry Atkins of Cleveland of trying to block tlie fight. Iron beams first were used in an American building in 1854. We Buy Loan Cotton Ceo. H. McFadden & Bros. Ag'ey. Over Borum's Drug Store P. O. Bo* 211, Blylheville, Ark. E.C.PATTON ft*,*™* BAKER L. WILSON The planet Mars has two moons. First records of the use of bilu-. mlnous coal in Pennsylvania dates' back to 1759. i with illegal nels. TACK-MAKING 1'ENAl.TY New York.—Emil Von Elling, New York University's coach of famous mllcrs, says the hurdc\\. of pace- making is Hie cnuivalent of six yards or more in a mile race. Arksoy 2913 Seed Soy Beans Recleaned — In Bulk or Sack $3 Per Bushel, F. 0. B. Dell, Artf. EARL MAGERS Dell, Ark. Phone, 635 Cottonseed /Vow Is The Time To Get This Work Done—Before The Rush Is On! Lee Wilson & Co. Missouri Certified Cotton Seed ' * Deltapine No. 12 and Stoneville 2B These seeds arc denned ami ccresan treated, mechanically dclinled, anil nut up in new col Jon hags. Soy Beans ArkSoy29l3andDelsta Cleaned and in new bags. Mrs. Margaret M. Marsh I'oriagevillc, Mo. r'jT«feptwne'l82 or Union Fanners Gin—; 32 Loose Talk can cost Lives! "/ told him all about my bmlhtr in (he Merchant Marine" \ Keep it under your STETSON 'STRATOLINER' This fiinums Stetson "Slratuliner' 1 is almost as light its Ihe air above and around you . . . therefore yon can shape it in any of a do/.en different sliupcs. Has narrow band and brim binding. MEAD'S 111 MAIN ilftlCT GABERDINES TAILORED IN THE FAR FAMED SHOPS OF HART SCHAFFNER &MARX Here's what the Trumpeter Label means to % man who owns a Hart Schaffner & Marx Gaberdine. It means his suit is honest- ly built through and through . . . not only on the surface. It means his suit will wear season after season and still hold its shap e and clean-cut lines. It means he has the glowing satisfaction that his is a good Gaberdine and that he is getting the utmost value for his money. Hart Schaffner & Marx Gaberdines, in three smart color tones of Gunstock Brown, Natural Tan and Wet Sand, are ex- clusive in Bhytheville at Mead's. .. Doorway to a Man's World ,.. priced at only Hart Schaffner & Marx Gulfweighi Gaberdines $38.50 . 'S MEAD'S 322 MAIN STRUT

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