The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1938 · Page 6
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PAGE EIGHT BIATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER" NEWS Guide Arkansas' Cagcrs Visitors Put Up Stubborn Fight; Win Is Second Straight For Locals HY J. P. FRIKNI) A flinal quarter coring ejiree hy Russell Mosley enabled the llly- tlieville Chickasaws to edge out the Shmvnee Indians, 19-13, here last night in a nip nnd tuck basketball game that was In doubt until the finish. Going inlo (he last quarter with j only n lield goal margin, Moslcj 1 sank a field goal and added two more free throws lo settle I he Issue , snd give Hie Chicks their second victory In as many starus. Expecting to 1mvc things pretty much as they pleased by virtue ol their overwhelming triumph in the season opener nt Wilson, the Tribe ran into serious trouble. Instead of fnlling over and playing dead, tlie smaller visitors put up a determined scrap. Fighting tor every lioint, they came trom behind twice to. tie the score. For n time it looked as it they might even fln- ish on top. The Chicks can Ihnnk their lucky stars for nn adequate defense Hint kept the Mltchclliucn tuviiy from the basket. Their own oU'cnsc was almost mill and void. Although no record wns kept on (lie number ol shots tftken, it i.s rstitnuted they had close to a humircd cracks nt the hoop, completing only seven. Defensively they were nltnost perfect. Slmwnec was unable to gel down into short range territory often mid was forced to open up from the middle of the court, depending on a successful rollowup. All but one of thc-lr goals came via thnt'numncr. Dan Warrington was high point ] with seven points^ representing, three tleld goals and a charity chunk: Mosicy's two goals from the floor and a pair of free tosses gave him rimnerup. Clarence Bolln nnd Ktirlie Cjt)xtoji, visiting forward nnd center, respectively, mid Bill Godwin, Dlylheville pivot, I'ucli scored five iwlnts. Chicks Start Kasl Tlie Chicks started olf ns if they planned lo make a rout of it. They led, 8-3. at Ilic first, quarter. But just ns suddenly they went into a tallspin and could never quite pull out of it. Coach Dlldy tried substituting nnd shifting his lineup but to mo avail. Charles "Peck" Hnrdlii drew first Mood by converting a foul throw; Dan Wnr- rington followed with a beautiful field goal, Bolln made good his try on Danny's foul, but Godwin more than nmde up for it by recovering under the basket nnd making the goal. Bolin retaliated with a two pointer. Warrington wns awarded two throws on J. C. Pound's foul. lie made one. Godwin scored a long goal jusl as the tirst quarter ended. Shftwnee then proceeded to battle their way back on even terms. Bolin sank a one Irand push shot.. Warrington and Carl Hughes missed foul throws, but Croxton didn't fail on a going away'shot to pull up within one point, 8-1. Godwin couldn't cash in on his free throw, but. Dan slipped by the guards for n goal. Shortly afterwards Croxton tied the score with n Mold goal nnd n free throw. Pounds had n chance to forge ahead when Godwin fouled him but missed ns the half ended. Each had scored 10 points. Harbett went in nt guard nnd Hughes shifted to forward to start the third quarter, but the change failed to click. Field goals by Wnr- rington. Mosley and Pounds constituted nil the scoring during the Two players who made the mythical Southwest quintet in I93T arc guiding Ihi' University of Arkansas fiazorbacks ibis .season. They ,v- ftntnln Don t.ocknrd of Balcsvllle nnd Sub-Capluln Jack Hobbiiu of Little liock. A l.Tllliant forward. Captain t.ocknrd led the conference In scaling last year by accounlini; for 150 points, lie is six fort two indies ;inil .velghs 185 pounds. Sub-Captain Rabbins, guurtl, was nlso ntnong the scoring lenders nst season. In conference gnnu-.s lie" tossed tlie ball through llu> ba-i- ket, for 72 points. Both liobbln.s nnd Ixwknrd nre .seniors. icriod. liolh teams missed often, ;ut failure to linndie (lie Imll nnd KISS nmirnlely hurt the tribal cause immensely. The Chlck.s had n 14-12 mlrfmtngc Jit the fourth ciunrlcr. 'I'lien Mosley took matters into his own hands and proceeded to r .lo his stuff. Shaw'uee did not score n field goal In HIP Inst 13 minutes of the game, making only ;t points In the third nnd fourth quarters. Coach Stanley Mitchell used his starting five throughout. The lineups nnd summary. Slinwjiee . FG FUG pp TP Poiuitis, f' Belli], f .. Croxion, c fiogers, B Dean, g .. Totals 5 ;i 8 13 Blylherille PB FLO PF TP Hnrdiu. f o WarrliiBlon. f Besharse, f Justice, f ..... Jenkins, c Mosley, f, Hughes, g-f Hnrliort, K Roberts, g Totals 7 5 8 Id Referee: Marvin Graves (Kansas Slate Teachers!. Time of (|unrtcrs: 8 minutes. Tougli Tickling Nazci-ian Will Oppose Marcus In Malch Here Mike Nazerlan. a luisky Armcn inn wrestler with a reputation fo. being n tough performer, will be the next opponent of Sid Marcus, meeting the (lying Jew from the East in the main event OH Monday night's card at the Legion arena. Nazerlan has never displayed his grappling xvares before the local customers, but according to Referee Mike Mcroncy the Armenian is n top notcher. Marcus lost a close mutch to Olc Olseit here last week and his flying lackles should make it interesting for ihe new nmtman. Olsen will relurn on the card as Ihc foe of Ertdlc Malone. the wild Irish rose from county , Claire. Thfse men appear lo.be about as evenly matched as it Is possible to pick two opponents. Both are rugged and smart in the ways of Ihe mat. Its a toss-up as to who the winner might be. Mods Armenian 10 CLOSE era LIST •,xped l.;irjjfi Number ol Knirnnls In 13 o x i n f, Tournament Here Much In Tliis Name HY j. r. Entry JJsl for the Northeast Arkansas Golden Gloves ehninina- tion tournament of the Coiriim-r- cial Appi-ul, lo bi! held here next Wrdnesday and ThurMlay nlijhts M the American I^'t'lon arena, will remain open until Wednesday morning. Joe Orafe. director, announce;) today. Entries may be sent either lu Crnlij or to Early Maxwell, Promotions editor of tlie omrmTi'iul Ap|X'al, Twenty-seven names were will in ycMi-niiiy representing lh<> ]«• t'ul cdiilingenl, and before closing time approximately 7S are expected lo he entered, Drawings will ])(• made Wednesday nnd It niay lie iU'1'c.s.Miry lo hold tlie first round that afternoon. The. llnuls are .scheduled lor Thursday night, the Hying for the Tournament ol Champions, January :il nnd Fcu- winin.'1's ivcc'U'ltig awards and qual- mary 2. ' Jonesboro Is expected to send a stroni! lenm, headed by Cecil Pemberton, l2K-|ioumlcr, wlio wns a regular (ncklc on the Golden Hurricane football team. Pcinber- ton will probably be down in the light hi'uvywci/'ht clnss nnd offer .some serious competition to James "Hab" Roliert.s, defending liijht heavyweight champion. They are lo headline an inter-city match Monday night at the- Community Center in Jonesuoro. Those who arc lo appear on Ihc •lonesboro card. Lloyd Flormim. Aaron Byrd, Billy Price, Herbert CJillds. and Roberts taper off lo- dny willi n light workout. Tomorrow will be an otr day. They will leave for Jonesboro sometime Monday afternoon. A large delegation of fans is expected lo drive over lor the five-bout proyrajn. Std Marcus, above, the "flying" Jew, dikes <m Mike Nnzcrlnn In the feature mntch of Mon night's mat show here. Current Rings Bell To Guide Canal Shipping BUZZARDS BAY, Mass. (UP) — A bell-light operated without human care Riildes shipping through Cnpe Cod Canal (hiring ba( weather, Sixteen low-discharge batteries move u solenoid striker switch on Hog Island light. Ca|>t, George E Eaton, lighthouse district chief savs the electrically controlled device may supplant archaic gus-op- eratecl bells. "'•%^<^' ^•. • ?...vnfc PURCHASED BV ' >/£ ST. LOUIS CARDS COt.UMBUi BIRDS... SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1938 OtrP/EtDEf? BECAME 'ME V i?OOAf/e E\/£% To LEAD iMRKAN A&OC/AT/OtJ -K, * , HE HIT.332 LASTSE4SQH.. fy, M ADDITION, H£ SLUGGED k HIS my TO THE MOST HITS, 6 MTH V45, MOST lofoL BASK W/W 391, AND HOT STUFF Boys Win, 15 lo 12, and Girls I Humph Easily, 38 (o 6 OSCEOLA, Ark., Jan. IS.—Wilson took two games from Osceoln in. the local gym Friday night, the girls having n walk-away at .38 to f> nnd Die toys eking out r close victory 15 to 12. The boys' teams were tied n'. -'l at the end of the first quar- :er nnd (i to (i at the end of the half. Both trjuiii played nn nir- llght defense, with Bell doing the scoring for Wilson nnd Ramsay for Osceoln. Tlie BulUUics outplayed the Sem- Inolrs in Ihc third period, scoring 7. points while Osccola failed to tally. Osceoln .singed n conu-Ij.ick In the last quarter which threatened lire Wilson lead, outplaying the visitors Hie entire time. Bell, of Wilson, and Ramsay, i>f O.sceoln, tied for hlgli scoring honors, making 8 iioint.s each. The beautiful passing nnd floor- work of the Wilson girls' tr.im Knve them an easy vistorv over the Osceoln sextet. Speck, of W:l- son. was llu- outstanding star of the game, making 22 of their :iB points. McDnnii'], of Wilson, tanked second with II points lo her credit. Doctor Wins "Stork Title" FiTCflUUKCi, Mass. (Ul')-Dur- iilg S3 years of practice. Dr. Kieli- nrd A. Morgiier has delivered -1.310 babies. The births included 47 .sets of twins. In n recent infant delivery contest conducted by Tufts Medical School. Dr. Morgncr won the "stork" title. Quaker State Finds 1812 Duel Last Recorded disputes — wns just an informal nr- Jimmy Dykes, manager oC the Chicago While Sox, realized another ambilion \vhen he was made an honorary member of tlip Oakmont, Pa., volunteer fire department. Oakmonl is Jimmy's old home tovvn. Read Courier News Want Ads. Adds Acreage In Arkansas, Mississippi and Louisiana, Report Shows LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jan. 15 (UP) —Holdings of tlie Fnrm Security Administration in Arkansas. Mississippi mid Ixiulslann, Region C. were increased to 121,505 acres this week, n report submitted to Washington olficials by E. B. Wliil- :iker, assistant regional director of the FSA In eliargi! of Resettle- nu-ni, it was revisited today. TiH! udininistration had purchased !)U,!)40 tivrm of productive farm lands In the region by the | end of 1937, It was announced. An additional ; 24,5G:i acres were accepted for purchase in 1938, and when jjuid for, the Moldings will provide enough land lo offer .small farm ownership opportunities to approximately :1,000 tenant families. The tracts are scattered (hrougli- out Ihe more productive fanning sections of the three, states and range from small' family-size IracUs through given areas to u 10.000 uerc plantation at Trnn- 4'h'ania. La. Wliitakcr revealed thai 'approximately 1,000 farmstead nulls, each embracing a house, barn nnd' essential outbuildings, were under | constriicllon or lind been com- I pletccl at the end of 1937 on FSA- owncd lands. The construction division of the organization lintl completed 424 units of the 537 units to be built by them at the I turn of the year and the remain- weeks of labor were provided in development through 1037. This; does not lake jnto account tlrjfl jobs provided by private contractor wlio arc carrying out construction under individual construction loans. Two cojmmmlly-type projects wi-ro occupied by homesteaders during Hit- year. Plum Bayou Homesteads, 98-unlt communliy project near Kngland, Ark., was completed early In 1937 and homesteaders occupied It in time .to make a crop during the year. Ulchton Homesteads, a 2(i-iinit project near Kichton, Miss., also was occupied by homesteaders during 1937. Lake Dick project near Altheimer and Lakeview, n negi-o project near Helena, were completed by the construction division in December and all homesteads are to be occupied within a few weehx flii'si- projects will provide lie lor 1C1 lainilies. In Arkansas the PSA bought ^0,1)10 aerpa of linul, for which It paid $1,005,820. It paid $814819 lor 27,870' acres in Louisiana i,,,, $195,044 for 18,-I5^ iicres In Missis- iippl. HARRISBUHG, 1'n. extensive research on Ihc subject, Ihe Pennsylvania Publicity Commission was forced to report tlnil the last duel fought in the state- before (he practice was banned ;u> an accepted method of seltliivj Plans for the remainder of the 3,000 potential fanning units arc (OP)—After eontlll «ent on future allocation ol funds for development work. Mean- lime, the FSA is renting n s mi- developed resettlement tracts to farmers operating with rehabilitation loans. The report reflected that 475 in- lair which never led lo tlie of honor at dawn." "field dividual construction loans miule were covding to the commission cm-red In Michael Kutzncr's tavern still .standing' on Front Street, Simbury. although now used ns a private home. H \vas during the War of 1812. Two gallants. Gen. Hugh Brady :l Cnpt. Daniel Lei-j-, met after battalion parade lo drink to eacli other's health. A dispute arose over Die cups. Shining steel flashed over Ihe table and the "affair of honor" was Levy, finding himself at a disadvantage, cut. his way to the middle of (he tavern floor. After a few minutes of fierce exchange, Brady .slashed his opponent's shoulder and clipped the "pigtail" of his while wig in a poorly timed vertical bloiv. Frii'iids confined Ihc two to separate corners of the room behind 11 barricade of tables. Tlie right was ended, but the duelists never were reconciled. — ...... ---- ^ .v,..,,., ^ c , c 1 l ' 1D FSA during the year ! lo "nable selected farmers to hn- them 101 at. djxwn. ' *.uuuic OIM^CICU iurr Thc last recorded encounter M- l"' ov <? 'and purchased by • '- "•- — '--•— oc- frcm thc FSA under a lease and purchase coulract. These loans arc made to farmers selected for resettlement wlio wish lo make improvements either Ihroueh their own labor or by letting Die work lo a private contractor. At the end of the year 286 Individual construction con tracts had been awarded. There were 217 units under construction, while SB were occupied. The construction division of the »n ui, u ins- Fs ' v l >r °«ded employment at sec- way to the Ir . lty Wa 8 es to a n average of 973 aborers on seven projects in (he •cgion during the year. Records rc'llect that 32,138 man- In making tin cans, steel sheets are passed through n bath ot molten pure tin by mechanical rollers. The new surface is then cleaned, buffed and polished by another machine. Cily Oti Two Siles MINNEAPOLIS <U1>) — Minne- j wlis is Ihe only cily in tlie coun- [ Iry, it i.s said, that hns grown up ' out of two territories. The • east, sido, including old St. Anthony, was part of the Northwest territory. The west side of the river wns in the Louisiana Purchase. Most of the weather nflecting the British Isles comes from the Atlantic Ocean. Tlie most dangerous age fur children is from five to ten. according to statistics of falnl accidents in England. I Jim Lonrtos couldn't be sure as !to just what was riding him in |<his piclurc—man or moose. ,Bul Hit Gorgeous Greek didn't {like the tickling of Long Jim Sullivan's whiskers as much os .it appears, and tossed. Ihe 275- jxmnd tattooed man at the New York Hippodrome in ELECTRIC * ACETVLENE WELDING AT BEST PRICE3 PROMPT SEEVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co, PHONE 19 FREE INSTRUCTIONS In Latest Styles Knitting "BERNA1-" KNITTING YAKNS Mrs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Chlclsasawca Phone 792 When snails wear out their ceth, they nre replaced by new mcs. PRESCRIPTIONS ARK OUR SPECIALTY £ Phone 141 ^ FOWLER DRUG STORE Drs. Wert & Wcrt OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE- Phone 540 T'SFvm! T'S Healthful! T'S Entertaining! What?? BOWLING Sudbury's Playhouse WRESTLI MONDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK MIKE NAZERIAN vs. SID MARCOS EDDIE MALONE vs. OLE OLSEf AMERICAN LEGION ARENA LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 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Phone 327 today . . . and discover for yourself what a truly perfect laundry service is. Blytheville Laundry

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