The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1938 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS m m GOLF Field To Exceed 30 With Paul Waner Be Favorite Likely To Meet Marcus Here Tonight SARASOTA, Pla. (UP) — FiV« major anil minor league baseball players will rank as favorites when the field of more than 30 lees on In the third annual National Baseball Players' Golf tournament Jan. 20-23. according to prc-tourna- ment performances on the Bobby Jones course here where the competition will take place. No repetition of last, year's event which Sammy Byrd, former New York Yankees and Cincinnati Heds outfielder, won hands down. Is anticipated this year. Byrd topped the field of 30 entrants by 14 strokes and finished the 72 holes in even par figures. Since then, however, Eyrd has turned professional golfer and no longer is eligible- to compete In Ihe baseball tournament. Wesley Ferrcll, Washington Senators pitcher and winner of the first tournament in 1930, will be back to try again this time but Is expected to meet stiff competition from at least tour other players whose games have shown marked . Improvement since Perrell beat tlicm out in the opening tournament. Paul Wanrr in Fine Form Paul Waner, Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder niut winner of the southpaw championship t at Miami last year. Is one of the favorites, principally because lie Is on top of hts game and has been since the baseball season ended. Garland Braxton, who once was a screwball pitcher In the majors • and now hurls for the Indianapolis Indians, finished second to Byrd last year and is favored to be close to the top this time. Lloyd Brown, Cleveland Indians pitcher and Haul Derringer, Cincinnati Red pitcher, are others who must be counted in. Braxton, Brown, Waner, Derringer and. Ferrell finished in Hint order after Byrd last year, and only seven stokes separated Bros ton at 208 from Ferrell 'at 305. All of them will compete this year. Others who will add color as well as golfing ability to tho tournament include Dizzy and Paul Dean, Cardinal pitchers; Lloyd Waner, Pittsburgh outfielder; John Cooney, Cardinal outfielder; Hcl- uic Manush and Roy Spencer, Dodgers; Bill Swift, Pittsburgh pitcher; Gerald Walker, Chicago White Sox; Billy Sullivan, Cleveland Indian catcher. Mickey Coclirane Entered Also Jimmy Wilson, manager of the Philadelphia Phillies; Johnny Moore, Los Angeles', Mickey Cocli- rane, manager of the Tigers; Jim):iy FOX.V, Boston Red Sox; Hick Ferrell, Senator catcher; Nick Altrock, famous old coach and clown, and several others. The prize will be a silver trophy offered by Powell Croslcy Jr., owner of Cincinnati Reds and Sarasola winter resident. A gold medal also has been donated by George R. Jacobus, president of the Professional Golfers Association and manager of the Bobby Jones club. A committee composed of Brown, Paul Waner, Braxton and Derringer has been named to draw up rules for the four-day affair which is open only to bona fide baseball players, managers, coaches and Iraitiers. The tournament is free to the public and spectators come from miles around, to see their favorite players in action. Newsreel cameras grind away and autograpl seekers and amateur photogra pl'crs enjoy a field day at the tournament. MONDAY, JANUARY. 10, 1938 Ole Olson, the stone-faced Swede, above, velunxs here tonight utter nn absence of some time to meet Sid Marcus, the flying tackle exponent, In a match of the Legion's wrestling card. 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B To temper.' 9 A share. 10 To insist upon. 11 Consumer., 12 Serpents collectively.' 15 Coin. 23 Aye. 2 5 Spider's home 27 Satiric. 28 Achievement.' 29 Fuel. 30 Public auto. 32 High mountain. 33 Club fees. 34 Descended from the same mother. 36 Common verb. 37 Right. 40 to seesaw.' •43 Coast. 44 Well-known i tree. 46 Not swift. 48 Genuine. 49 Away. 50 Self. 52 To make a mistake. 53 It is. NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, as Commissioner of the Chancery Court of the Chick- nsawfoa District ot Mississippi Calmly, Arkansas, acting under authority of a decree rendered December 4, 1931, in a cause whereto Home Owners Loan Corporation was plalntifl and Walter Davis, et al., were defendants, will, at the door of the court house in Blythevllle, on January 31, 1938, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder upon a credit of three months, the following described property located in the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, to-wit: Lot. Fifteen (15) of the Subdivision of Lots Pour (4), Five (5). Six (6) and Seven (7), of Block "J", of Smith's Addition lo the Town of Leachville, more particularly described, as follows: beginning BO feet south of the northwest corner of Tract 6, Block "J", Smith's Addition; thence south 65 feet, thence east 210 feet, thence - north 65 feet, thence west. 210 feet to tlie point ol beginning, being situated In the town of Leachviile, Mississippi County, Arkansas. The purchaser will be required :o execute bond with approved tecurlly and a lien will be retained , upon the property until the purchase price Is paid. WITNESS my hand as such Commissioner this 30 day of December, 1937. A. F. SMITH, Commissioner. Shane & Fendler, poltcltors for Plaintiff, 3-10-n 3 lay At Wilson; Meet Shawnce Friday In First Home Game VIGOROUS VAN BY J. P. I-'RIKNl> Tlic niytlievlltc Chlckiisaw cngera ofllclally usher In their 1938 basketball schedule this week with a pair of games. They take on the strong Bulldogs at Wllsln Tuesday night, and make a belated home nrppearancf Friday nlglit against Shawnce. With every lettermnn except one returning from last year's team which took second place In the county, supported by n host of promising newcomers, the Chick prospects for a crack team appear Ihe brightest In years. night off the bat Coach Joe DUdy is confronted with a real problem. He has so many good players of equal ability that selection of the first team is going to be a puzzler. Dan Warrln'gton, Charles "Peck" Hardin, James 'Bab" Roberts, Russell Mosley, 'Bill Godwin, Homer Besharse, Jack Jenkins and Hugh Harbert nre holdovers fi'om the 1937 crew and must be considered. Then there Is Cnri Hughes, who appears able to make any Minn's high school basketball team, lefthanded Tommy Watrinelon, Alvln Justice, P. T. Ifaney, Johnson Elixckwell, Harry Maxwell, Billy Meharg, Herb Childs, all up and coining youngsters, are in the thick of tho fight. They are developing So fast Hint It Is not at nil unlikely that some will crash the regular portals. At any rate all stand nn excellent chance to see plenty of action.' The fact that Tommy Warrlngton and Haney will not be eligible until after mid-term exams- relieves the situation some .but not much. Coach Dllcly has been working two units In practice sessions and has not fully decided which will get the starling call. Group No. 1, tentatively described ns the regulars, is composed of D. Warrington and Mosley, forwards, Godwin, center, Mosley anil Hughes, guards. Team No. 2 includes T. Warrington nnd Justice, forwards; Jenkins, center, Ilarbert and Besharso, with the others alternating.- Only nine games have been scheduled so far, but three more games are expected to be added later. Osceola is under consideration for one ot the open dates and another game is prospective with Leachviile. Jan. H—Wilson, there Jan. 14—Shtiwnee. here Jan. 21—Leachviile, here 25—Luxorn. there 28—Shawnee, there I—open 4—Manila, there 8—open 11—Liixora, here 15—Manila 18—Wilson, here Count ytournnmcnt District tournament Slate tournament. It will be a 'Tight to the finis))" when Najeeb Rabtxin and Charles Slnkey square off in their match at the American Legion stadium on North Second street tonight, ceferee Mike Meroney announced rom the ring last Monday night hat tlie loser of the match would en re the territory. Meroney said his agreement was reached hi or- ler that some of the rougher >erforrner.s on the circuit might be eliminated, and he may possl- )ly use this method with others who prove unnecessarily rough. Rabban has not been unusually ough in his matches here but it Eoenis that elsewhere on the circuit lie has Injured some of his fellow cohoits. Of course SInkcy is known and recognized as one vho will stop at nothing to punish his opponent and gives Me- oney no end of trouble keeping ilin from pulling the Illegal stuff Meroney is particularly anxious that at least one of them be •emovcd from the circuit. Another match that promises to be an interesting affair for local ans will be that between Ole Ol!on. tlie poker faced Swede, and 31d Marcus, whose flying lackles make him hard for any opponent •Harold Van Every, who as a sophomore halfback last fall was 'the sp.-irk plug ot Minnesota's football attiick, now Is demonstrating his worth in basketball. Van Every, who had more ot a '•cage repulation than n gridiron record when he registered from Minnetonka Beach, Minn., playj forward on the hardwood. Local Boxers To Swap-Blows With Joncsboro Team Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. •Feb. Cooter And Holland Cagers Split Honors COOTER, Ma.- - The Cooler Wildcats divided honors with the Holland teams on the local court Friday night, the Cooter girls winning, 13-14, and the Holland boys Winning 26 to 9. The girls game was a close -battle. The Holland boys had little difficulty in defeating the Cooter team. Mlchlc, with 12 points, vvns high point girl for Cooter. and Kcnly high for Holland with 8 points. Kiffer, Holland, \vns high pointer among the boys with 8 points, Rlddlck high for Cooter with four points. Krimey refer- ced. BY J. P. FRIEND Joe Craig, Chlckasaw Athletic Club boxing Instructor and pro- molor, announced today that Joncsboro amateurs had accepted a challenge for an inter-city meeting, which would be held January 19 at the community center in Jonesboro. Two days later the Golden Glove eliminations for Northeast Arkansas will get under way at tlie Legion arena- here Finals will be completed Jnmiarj 20, the winners being eligible to enter the Commercial Appeal Tournament ol Champions, January 31-February 3, in MempTBs. Details for the Blytheville-Jonesboro meet were completed Saturday by long distance telephone with Herman Horton, the Jetties, boro promoter. Horton told Craig that he had only five fighterb available now, and that does not include an opponent for James 'Bab" Roberts, lightheavyweight. who won Ihe Appeal .Golden Glove championship in his weight last year. He said, however, that he would broadcast Roberts' challenge, made recently to all Hurricane footballers, and It was probable that it would be accepted. "Bab" has agreed to take on any opponent within (en pounds of his weight. The date for the return match to be held here has not been settled but announcement is expected to be made in the near future, CralB said. One Will Quit Mat Here After tonight's Match to handle. Olson lins not shown here for some time but Marcus lias been on the card a great deal recently, meeting some of the best men to be brought here. Both matches arc scheduled for the best, two out of three /alls, 90 minute time limit. Steele Teams Divide Games Friday Night STEELE, Mo.—A double header, boys game was held on the local court Friday night when the Bulldogs defeated the Bragg City, boys, 29 to 33, after an extra three minute period \vas played. Tins Same was close throughout, the score being u tic at half, 13-13, after a tie practically .all the way through, Tile local Independents boys. team was defeated by the Haytl Independents. 3C-42. On tlie school game Bates, 12 points, Steele, and Hunter, 16 points, Bragg City were high pointers. Of the Independents, Burroughs, 12, Stcele, and Mitchell,' 14. Haytl, were the high pointers. Both girls and boys teams of SU'ele are undefeated 'this season HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPH MADE NOW Satisfactory Work Low Prices SOUTHWORTH Over Joe Isaacs BOWLING Blytheville's Newest ENTERTAINMENT Ladies Reducing Is A Pleasure When You Bowl Sudbury's Playhouse the first time that Steele has held this record In years. Steele will play a double header with Warden here Tuesd»>'' night. Sponges range In size from a speck the size of a pin head to giant growths taller than a man. BB SURE THAT Your Car IS PREPARED for Cold Weather LET US MAKE THIS FREE TEST for Brakes . . . Lights . . . Battery . . . Wheel Alignment See US for Prestone Ford Anti-Freeze Winter Lubricants PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th T h e Centlgraae thermometer places Us "zero" at water's freezing point and "100 degrees" at water's lolling point. Suburb Spurns Trailer, Family Takes To Road ed their "home" in rear of a gasoline station. But suburban Shaker Heights council passed an ordinance making necessary com- CLEVELAND (UP) - The open Plete , S , a " ltar> ' COI " leclio » s - Carey, road now is "home" for trallcritcs a rapl<1 ll ' Bns11 cor ™«>™»n. » George Carey, his wife and their tra llers. He offered to make the two children. | proper connections. City officials The Careys for a year had park- Isnid "No." The Careys moved. WRESTLING MONDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK Ole Olson vs. Sid Marcus Cal Journeys 15(1 Miles NIAGARA FALLS. N. Y. (UP) — Lost from the Niagara' Falls apart-1 mcnt of Mrs. Leslie Hodge, Nickie, a C-year-old cat. Is back home. Mrs. Hodge found her pet on a farm 150 miles from here and to which her family moved last summer. Setting fire to sugar-cane fields before harvesting Is n common practice In Australia nnd Hawaii, mid It is often done also hi Florida ami Cuba. Revenge is sweet: anger releases sugar into Ihe blood. Najeeb Rahban vs. Cahrles Sinkey AMERICAN LEGION ARENA LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 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Read the advertisements regularly. They will save you minutes and money. They serve as maps of good merchandise—signed with names which, like the name of Washington, have been tested by many and found completely trustworthy. V,

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