The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 29, 1949 · Page 10
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Cage Teams Prep Juniors, Squaws To Play Friday (AKK.) COUWJWH NKWS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1949 Chicks to Tangle V/iHt Bfue Devils Af Dell Tuesday Biytheille's three prep school cage teams, the Chicks, Paps and Squaws, buckled down to hard drills yesterday In preparation for the opening of their 1919-50 basketball seasons. The Paps and the Sknaw.s will pet things going this week, playing team* from Luxorn High School in the season opener for BlytheJlle at KaJey Field gym Friday night. The Chicks won't -see action until next Tuesday night when they take on the Dell Blue Devils at Dell in their fir.sl game of the 1919-50 .season. The Chick. 1 ; are scheduled to open their home season Drc. 13 against the Bulldogs of Steele, Mo, Yesternny, Coach Jame.s Fisher of the Chicks welcomed four more candidates ns the Tribe began its second week of cage drills. The four Into rejiorters were unable to make the opening drills due to football. The Chicks had 19 candidates present at yesterday's drills and Coach Fisher faced the problem of cutting his squad to around 15. All of the candidate.*? with the exceptions of one or two, have had past basketball experience which should make for interesting races for starting roles. Included among the 19 candidates reporting yesterday were four Ict- tertcrmcn from last year's .squad. Only one of these, however, WJLS a starter. He's Jim Berry, the Tribe's all-District Three guard. Other letter winners back are reserves Donald Stone, Sonny Slire.s and Dick Reid. Prank Wagner and Cary Mason, "B" players from last year,'are back this year, 26 l*aps Report Coach Earl Stabler o.f the Papooses reported a large squad of 2fi candidates working out- daily. Of this number, he said, six are returning letter winners of last year. They are Tom Most ey, Johnny O'Brien, DonnId Gentry, John Hal- tel]. Shannon Langley and Benuie Hays. Coach Stabler stated that he also had several newcomers that were looking good and that he hoped to get 10 or 12 good hustling hoys out of the .forge number out. "We may not win many games," he said, "but well have hustle or I'm going to know Why," Coach Donna. Johnson of the Squaws has the biggest worry of the school's cage coaching staff. In ad* dltion to practice troubles, the girls' coach is working with a lot of new material, girls that are out- for the first or second yean The Squaws have but one hour a day, the noon hour. In which to practice and were forced to begin drills early In order to get properly conditioned. Among the 1948 letter winners back with the Squaws this year are Juanita Hall, n senior; Lucrela Bunch, a junior and Polly FoXvler, n sophomore." This is Coach Johnson's first year with the squaws. She is a. native of Joiner ami attended Shawnee High School. Horse races In which horses arc entered before they are born are called futurities. Read Courier News Want Ads RECORD WRECKER Although held to 47 yards by Ohio Stale, Illinois sophomore Johnny Knrras broke the six-game Western Conference ground- gaining mark by rushing ol GfiQ, established by the Buckeyes' Les Horvalh in 1044. The 21- ycnr-old halfback was la add to his 671 net yards in a seventh game with Northwestern, Texas Matman Overcomes Two Opponents Big Tex Riley. the battling Texas ;rtippler, played an iron man role a-rt night by .defeating both opponent.'; alter his partner, Pat Murphy, lad been eliminated In the third and final fall of the tag match main event of the Americnn Legion's wrestling bout.? at Memorial Auditorium. Riley rallied to defeat both Eddie Malonc and Red Roberts in the deciding fall of the bunt, to give he met Murphy the derision in ihe nain event. Riley and Murphy won :he first round also. It was the first appearance here for Murphy, a 200-pound moustach- ed Irishman who lived up to ad- •ance publicity as being both smart ind lough ami a tough opponent. Riley and Murphy started their •ictory march by taking the first all in 15 minutes with Riley defeat- ng Roberts in 12 minutes with a lonblc jack knife and Murphy de- eating Mniune in threo minutes vith a front crotch and body pin. Then they last the second round n 14 minutes with Malone defeating Murphy in 12 minutes with a front crotch and body pin. Malone nl-so won over Riley two minutes later n the same manner. In the third fall Roberts defeated Murphy in seven minutes with a surf board and had Riley about ripe for the kill when the big Texan suddenly rallied and pinned the e.x- indertakcr from Little Rock after -hree minutes with a double jack ;nlfe. He continued his rally and won pinned Malone four minutes ater with kangaroo kicks and a body pin. In the (wo one-fall preliminary Wilts Robert* defeated Murphy in i3 minutes with a surf board and Riley won over Malone in 10 minutes with kangaroo kicks and a double jauk knife. War over for Roomers V. ASHINGTON —M>j— The Dis- :rict of Columbia Zoning Commission has decided Ihe war Is over. It has rescinded a wartime order icrmitting homeowners outside dcs- gnated rooming house areas to take n moie than two roomers to help relieve the housing pinch. Irish Still Firs! In Final AP Poll Notre Dame Reigns As National College Gridiron Champions lly Jack llaml NEW YORK, Nov. 29—</T>—The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame today rcfen as college football champions of 1949. Notre Dame drew 172 of 248 first place votes and a bulging lotul of 2.402 points in the ninth and final Associated Press poll of football writers and sportscastcrs across the nation. Although Notre Dame, unbeaten over a 37-ijanir stretch, still has to play Southern Methodist Saturday, most of the other high point teams have finished their schedules. Oklahoma, 41-0 winner over the Oklahoma Aggie, recaptured second place from idle California despite strong first place support for the Golden Bears from the Pacific. Coast. Oklahoma had 18'first to •10 for California but the sooners piled lip a point edge of 2,010 to 1.900. I'oinl.s are figured on the basis of 10 for first, nine for second so on down to one for tenth. 1/iulsiann Slate. 21-0 conqueror of Tulane and Sugar Bowl foe of Oklahoma, edged into the top ten, making ninth place with a surprising 516-point vote. Baylor, Tulane Out College of Pacific, with one game to play, finished loth with the help or an 88-0 romp over California Poly. Both Baylor and Tulane dropped out of the top ten. Notre Dame polished off Southern California, 32-0, at South Bend, Saturday in its last, game to solidify Is position. It was the fourth Notre Dame title In 14 years of the AP poll. The Irish were rated first in 1343, 1040 and 1947. List year it vas Michigan with Notre Dame second. The total final vote (first place r otes in parentheses!: 1. Notre Dame (172) 2. Oklahoma 118) 3. California (40) 4. Army (12) 5. Riee 6. Ohio State 7. Michigan 8. Minnesota 9. Louisiana State 10. College ol Pacific ,.. The second ten — 11. Kentucky. 22; 12. Cornell, 188: 13. Vitlanova, 2), 148; H. Maryland. 134; 15. Santa CJIara. 128; 16. North Caro- ina, 106; 17. Tennessee, 82: 18. 'rinceton. 40; 19. Michigan State: 0; 20. Missouri and Baylor, each 0- Others receiving votes: Virginia, 8; Duke. U; Pennsylvania. 10; itanford. 8; Wofforri, Tulane, Willam and Mary and Southern Meth- Ddist. each 6; Texas, Texas Chrisian and North Carolina State, each o; Dartmouth. Wyoming, Southern California.'UCLA. Vanderbilt, each 2; Brown Wake Forest and Xavicr, each 1. 5.402 2.018 1,900 1.838 1.062 908 848 522 516 248 Williams Thinks Boso*>yiHWin Pennant in 1950 CHICAGO. Nov. "9— Wj—Boston's Ted Williams. ;a most valuable player of the American League, predicts the Red Sox will cop the pennant next season with the world champion New York Yankees the team to beat for U. Williams last night attended the annual 4-H Congress banquet of champions. He expressed disappointment at not having won the A. L. batting crown last season and modestly asserted that three other players were as deserving— "if not more so"—of the most valuable award than himself. He named Yankee shortstop Phil Rizzuto, Yankee ace reliefer Joe Page and Boston's star southpaw Mel Parnell. Williams was beaten out of the batting title by Detroit's George Kell by a fraction. Kell posted a .342.9 percentage to Williams' .342.7. The beantown slugger has been hunting at Stuttgart, Ark., and now plans to return to Princeton, Minn., for more hunting nnd a visit with his 2-year-old daughter, whom he has not seen for several weeks. EVENING LINE — Chicago Stags advance in line as shot by Washington Capitols' Jack Nichols. 15. left, rims the basket in second half at Madison Square Garden. The Stags won the first hall of a National Basket,6*11 Association rlouhle-hcad- or. 77-63. before 15.145 FOR SALE [ Concrete culverts 12 loch to li Inch, plain or rccnJorced AIM i ConcreU Building Ulockj cbcap- er than lumber (or bartii ch:okcn hiiosrs, purop houses, tenant houses, tonl shedv \V« deliver - Call as for free estimate ; I'hone 6»J. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. GIFT OR GUEST OLDFITZGHALD in guy holiday w I'or gur.sls arotmil your clicrrr liowl—mill renieinlicrcil friends away—OLD I'lTZ makes llie holiilnj loast more memorable. 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Next Tuesday night the Lions ill play the Luxora cagers at Manila. ~ ~ — . — _^ , JiUaSLlAX, INUVKMBKK 20, 1949 For Se^orrOpeners-Osceola Drills For Lake Yillagelllt Teams to Meet In B Semi-finals NEW PITCH—.Boston second b'ascmitn Eddie Stanky demonstrates strike /one which has Wn redefined by the committee hiui"n S ,h ; ' Se , W ," ™ k ' S ' A sMkc now is a ba " ovlt ' r lhc Pla'c between the batters armpits and the lop of his knees. It used to be the players shoulders. The umpire will judge the batter's normal height in case of a (.-roach. \ Dell's Basketball Teams Scheduled To Play in Luxora LUXORA, Nov. 2S _ Coach Tyc Adams' Luxora High school cage cams will entertain teams from Dell High School in a double header here tonight. The Luxora boys will be after their' third straight win while the girls will be seeking their second victory in three starts. The boys' earn won their first two games over [Jell and Burdettc white the girls .Joe Louis, Heavy And Slow Wins Exhibition Bout KANSAS CITY. Nov. 29. («•) — Joe Louis, heavy around the middle and rather slow on his feet, still retains a potent pair of fists. The retired heavyweight champion showed 4.100 fight fans last night that he still carries a knockdown punch. He went through a 10-roumi exhibition bout with Johnny Fiynn of Rochester, N.Y. for the most part, he was content with an occasional flurry of action or keeping Plynn at a safe distance. But in the ninth round, the 35-year-old brown bomber uncorked a short left hook that put Plynn down for an eight count. There were no other knockdowns although Louis jolted Flynn on several other occasions. The Rochester heavyweight came out of the fight with a bloody nose, a welt under his right eye and a puffed upper lip. Louis' weight was listed as 222 Flynn's as 210. Read Courier News Want Ads Portageville's Grid Fans Feel Their Team Entitled to '49 Title PORTAGBVILLE, Nov. 29.-Attho«,gh 11 couldn't be .„ official lau to Dell but won from Burdettc. Tonight's first game is scheduled for 7:30 and will pit the Luxora girls against the Dell girls. The feature game between the boys teams will follow immediately atter the opener. Friday night the Luxora juniors and girls teams will go to Blytheville for a double header with Blytheville High School tennis. Your car needs a TUNE-UP, too! Pontiac Tune-Up Diagnosis for Smooth Fall and WJnter Driving Uk. tHe txyy and his fiddle, T « ur car needs w W ra«d--, forwoolh performance. Drive in .„,,„. , c( ^ rf ^f Cl«n »nd rcgiip jpark plugs; clean Ignition wires, distributor e*p, coil terminal, air ctcancr, cranVcase vetui- W>T, fed pvmp bowl; inspect »nd *P*<* distributor points; lubrir.itc nccclcraior linkage Jnd distritiutor; «« liminfi and engine idle. Careful »!« of compression, electrical system a«d c.irhurction included, too! NOBLE GILL PONTIAC, INC. 216 South Lilly Rhone 4371 They argue that their team scored victories over every Little team on its schedule, including Hayti, conference champions. The boys of Coach Vic Fieavcs, — after a wlnless season in 1348. came' roaring back this year to defeat East Prairie, 13-0: Haytl, 19-0; Maiden. 21-12; and Rtsco, 39-6. All arc Little Eight teams. The only catch lies in the fact that conference rules state a team must play at least five loop games to be eligible for the crown. Por- tagevllle played only four. Coach Heaves explains that he thought he had a game with Illmo- Fornfell, which would have made the fifth conference game and proo- ably woold have given Portagevillc the title. "We played them last year and the assumption was that we would meet again this year. For some reason Illmo-Fornfelt cancelled the game this year and that left us without the necessary number of conference games. We feel we could have won this game because Illmo- Fornfelt didn't win a game nil year," Coach Reaves said. Even without being officially recognized as champions. Portngcvflle fans feel their team is the best of small southeast Missouri schools and the record tends to bear theni out. Gosnell to Play Double-header in Keiser Tonight Goxnell High School's cage teams will resume their court wars tonight when they journey to KeLser for a double-header with teams oi Keiser High School. The boys' team will be seeking their fourth straight win having won their first three outings from Dell, Steele, Mo., and Manila. Coach Roy Hon's team looms as one of the stronger Class B teams in the county this year. Coach J. E. Harris 1 Gosnell girls arc still seeking their first victory. They have tied one team, Stcele, and lost to Dell and Manila in three outings. The Gosneil cagers return home Friday night to play teams from Armorel. Braqq City Quints, To Ploy Tonight Against Holland At least two Southeast Missouri high school cage teams are slated for action tonight in basketbiH twin bills. Coach Bill 'Rogers' Holland Higl SWC Attendance Figures * e ° c/) Hlgh " ......i,mu lljgjl School A and B boys will entertain teams from Bragg city at the Holland High School gym. The first game is scheduled for 7:30. This will be the first home game of the season for the B boys and the second for the A team. Last week the A boys defeated Armorel in their home opener. Coach Bennie Wilhelm's Stcele teams will Journey to Hornersville tonight for a pair of games with Hornersville High School teams. Both of the Steele teams won ;ames last week taking a double- tieader from Deering. Coach Wilhelm's teams return home Friday •"ght to play Bragg city. Holland will play at home Friday night also, meeting teams from Braggadocio. Head courier News Want Ads DALLAS, Nov. 2B-WV-An all- time attendance record for Southwest Conference football was set this year. For 39 home games, 1.268.029 fans turned out, bettering last, vear bv more than 17,000. Last year 34 games drew 1,094.865. The average in 1948 was 32.202 per game; this year it was 32,510. Southern Methodist was responsible for it. The Methodists drew 484,000 for eight games compared with 255,931 for five last year. Texas Christitan and Texas A. and M. were the only other schools to show increases. Read Courier News Want Ads Offensive Work is Stressed in Light Workout Yesterday OSCEOLA, Nov. 29—Osceola High. School's Seminoles, their spiriti high after their victory over thn Marked Tree Indians last week, yesterday opened drills for their semifinal playoff tilt with Lake Village in Lake Village Thursday ntght. . Coaches Rube Boyce and Conrad Garner sent their tribe through the usual light Monday-after-a-vklor'ii drill yesterday with the acceiitA mainly on offensive work. The Seminoles are slated for a little harder exercises this afternoon before leaving for Lake Village tomorrow. Coach Boyce stated that his team would leave for Greenville, Miss., at 8:30 a.m tomorrow and have a light drill at the Greenville High School field tomorrow alternoon. They will spend tomorrow night in Greenville and will make the 20-mile trip across the Mississippi River to Late Village Thursday afternoon. Tn Meet Defending Champs Coach Boyce stated that his wain's attitude has implovcd somewhat since their annual Thanksgiving battle with Marked Tree. "I believe we . give them a good ball game," he said. "Of course they say we aren't supposed ao win but we won't be licking any wounds either." Lake Village Is the defending state Class n champion and Is picked by the experts to repeat this year. The Chicot County team is rated one. of the best teams in southern 'Arkansas and boasts 19 lettermen back from last year's championship juad. Coach Boyce. stated that the Seminoles emerged from the Marked Tree game with only a fe wminor bruises but that several old Injuries are plaguing his players. However, he said, none of these Injuries are of R serious nature anrV£ are not expected to sideline any ot " the starters. The Lake Village game is set lor 8 o'clock Thursday night. SHEET METAL WORK. OF ALL KINDS (Juslurn work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness / Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway _ Rhone 2851 FREE FOUR NEW FISK TIRES when you buy a guaranteed used car from Blytheville Motor Co. NOVEMBER ONLY But more than thai, we'll offer you more for your car on a trade-in and let you pay on the easiest terms. Every used car is in first class condition, reconditioned and guaranteed for 30 days. You can't go wrong. Hurry down tomorrow! 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