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PAGE SB Victory Establishes Locals As Favorite In Counly Tourney By 3. V. FRIKN'D The Blylhcvllle Chicks established themselves as ranking contenders for the county clmnnjlon- shlp by defeating the Manila Lions, defending titilists, 38-27, here Ifist night, toppling them from the ranks of the undefeated within the county. In the preliminary game the Manila Lionesses defeated the BJy- ilievlUe girls, 39-15, to gain mi even break in the twin bill. The Chicks opened up their Scoring barrage from the opening whistle. Wilh Carl Hughes, Dan Warrlngton nnd BUI Godwin loop- Ing them from all angles they ran np 14 points before the visitors could break Into the .scoring column, and maintained a comfortable margin tliroiiBlioul. A constant threat due to their uncanny shot wizardry, the Lions battled gamely from behind but •were not quite able to overcome that first quarter deficit. They staged their biggest drive shortly nfter Ihe opening of (be fourth .period, pulling within five [Mints of lying Ihe score, but Ihe Chicks •' Jnel Die challenge with n volley of ImW-k and finished strong. Ifu^heK, Mosley Star. To big Hughes and Russell Mosley go the lion's share of the Chick victory. Hughes not only tallied 13 points to carry off high point honor. 1 !, but' performed brilliantly on the defense. Mosley set a fast floor pace from the outset, dazzling the champs with his brilliant dribbling and alertness. Dan Warringlon and Godwin pressed Hughes with 11 and 10 polnls. respective!}', and together with Tommy Warringlon had an almost equal hand in the well deserved victory. James Fowler, guard, paced the Lion scoring with four field goals, one point ahead of Bert Williams, forward. Bill Shockley lived up to advance notices as a crack guard; by turning in a fine floor game. Lee Black\vood. half pint forward, went out on personals late in the third canto. Hughes gave the Chicks a fine start .-by dropping in a beautiful turning shot on the first play, 1 Mosley followed by converting a free toss on Blacksvood's first foul. "Mose" /in turn louled William; but the try was no good. William reciprocated . with a personal but Mosley didn't make it. Then the heat was oil Godwin, Ivtosley Hughes and Godwin hooped Ihe rim in rapid succession and D Warrington ran the total to 1 'with a charity chunk on Clarence Shockley's foul. Just before the ivlilstle sounded Black-wood found the range wllh a long shot Lions Roar Back Manila quickly snapped out o: their scoring lethargy to start the second period. Shockley, Williams aiul Fowler scored in double quick time. Blytheville took time out went into n huddle and talkei things over. The strategy worke< as Manila scored bul once nioro during the quarter as did the Chicks, the half ending with ISly- Iheville leading. 18-12. Dlythevillc increased its lead to nine points in the third quarter thanks lo field goals by Hughes D. Warringtoji 12). and Oothvin while holding Manila to fu'U goals by Williams and Shoctley and a free toss by Williams. Then Manila began to close the Rap with a' remarkable .shooting exhibition but the rally was shor - lived. After Hughes hnd convert cd a free throw, c. Shockle> scored. Hughes matched it. nut C Ehockley and Williams' went htm one'better. Godwin tallied as did Fowler. Williams and Godwii 'missed free throws. Hughes. D Warrington and Godwin .sewed u| things with field goals while R>w ler was tallying in between. Mos ley piled on an extra point a the final whistle sounded Coach Stan Cutchin's lassie made a 'desperate fight against superior Manila team, but iver again unable to cope with thei offense. They traded by but fou points in the first, quarter bu wilted before the basket accurac of McDonald and Clubb. Plckett. Foster, Grimes and Sa liba ditl yoemen work for th home club. GIRLS Manila McDonald, f Clubb, f .... Dunkin, f .. Parks, f ... Csborne, f Griffith, g Crosley, g Cook, g .. Love, g .. PD ...7 ...7 ...2 ...1 0 .0 0 0 0 Totals 17 Blytheville FQ Pickett, f 2 Thompson, f i Leggett, f o Roush, f 0 Bl&ckard, f o Foster, g Grimes, g McLeod, g Sallba, g Craig, g FIG 4 0 0' 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 FIG 2 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 On Monday Night Mat Card BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THUS-TO EEI REBUILT JUKI SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, :i938: \ crnfl.v vflernn Is Joe Dillman, who hails from Jim Londos' country, ictured- above In watchful pose. Dlltman meets Lou Miller Monday ;itghl. WINS 153-MILE SKI MARATHON Dillman And Miller Will Swap Grips "Dynamite" Joe Dillman. the durable Greek, lias been named as the next opponent of Lou Miller on the local wrestling card. These two will swan grips for DO minutes or less In the main feature <u the American Legion arena Monday night. It was announced lo- tlny by Promoter Clarence Holder. The customers can look for something lo happen when Dlll- num nnd Miller face each other In the squared ring, lloth arc familiar to locn) fans and both are known as performers who will mix it. at a fast rate. Both arc heavyweights. Ted Bell, the classy Englishman who impressed ringsidcrs by (he last performance here recently against Floyd Byrd, Is, scheduled to return as the opponent of tough Tony Popollno, the Italian grappler. For speed nnd action the Park, Second To Yankees', Will tie Renamed "Bnggs Stadium" ItV ROBERT IA BLONDE United J'rrss Stair CorrCKiKUidrnt DETROIT (UI'l-Expcndlturc of $000.000 for steel, concrete and labor ul Nnvln field ihls winter will nlve Detroit the second largest, baseball stadium In ihe nation liefore the 1933 season opens the »iew home of the Detroit Tigers will be completed. It will be topped in .sl?.e only by Yankee Stadium in New York. The new Tiger plant will hnve a seating capacity of CO.f/flO after 20,000 additional Kent' nre Installed i,, th<r 'expanded grandstands. With the reconstructed park will come st new name. Owner Walter O. llrlggs, sr., who became sole propiielor ot the Tigers In 19:15 upon the dealh of Prank Naviii has decided lo christen the new lav- out "Drlggs Stadium." The, name, In fact, already, is being used by telephone operators at the field. I'ark Eularced in 1930 The park is having its face lifted for the secor.d time since Brlggs look over the Tigers. Early In 1036, Ihe wealthy automobile body manufacturer expended several thousand dollars lu adding 10.CCO seats and renovating the entire park, Patronage has been so heavy, how- eve)-, that fans have been turned away from many games during the past two seasons. "Detroit has supported the lean In great style," Brlggs said. "And there's no reason why we shouldn't give the fans adequate facilities." Plans for the new park call for a double-decked grandstand around nearly the entire playing field. Only a space for bleachers In the deep centerfold corner will remain open. To accomplish this. Briggs purchased a block of Cherry street, which bordered left field, and will build the double-decked left field extension over the street. A new street has been opened through an alley a half block away. A pavilion along the left Held foul line has been razed lo make room for the new stands. rlayinj Field Unchanged "The sine of the nlaying field will be unchanged." a Brigjs spokesman said, "The boys ivho found the left field wall a target for home runs will not be handicapped. A screen exactly the helsht of the old wall will be placed in Iront of the, new grandstand. Location of the bases will be exactly the same and at no place will the field be cut down in si7.e." Another major Improvement will be the steel and concrete prc.s.s section, replacing the wooden structure around the rim of the grand- Dodger They Can't. Laugh Off ,F i HAD rue. PANAN6ZL CM'T /.AU6HOFF.. /& A TENOR, BUT CONSIDBQN& ' fl/6 W!<£ WHEN GAVE $40,000 AHO TfVO FOFl HIM.., A FiHE F/ELDEt? BASE f?UNNEf>. tlS HIT ~ OF THE GIANTS, HASSE-Tr FOUNb GATES The PAYO1 Peler Foff'clrie ot Ditluth has goud reason lo tfniife. F'ossetde won Hie l5H-mile aUi derby from Duluih lo Si. Paul, ihe longest ci'Uva - cotjnlrv marathon OJ its kirn, in American history. I'he nice w;is run in live deals, witii o\ i-i h>f<hl slop I'lie vlclor s UtU'i'imn time was 2tf hours *H mtmtit.'* a»d 32 seconds! Bcll-PopoUno match should rlvnl stn mi. in redcsiwina the press box, the headline feature. • " Referee Mike Mnroncy will slnrt the proceedings at 8 o'clock. Senior Higli "School Cage architects placed the scats in such manner_Jhal a full view of the entire plnylng field will be assured. An elevator will be run to the press lir v --for newspapermen only—and adjacent to the press section \vlll be clubhouse for Ihe comfort of sports writers. A new tier of offices has been added lo Ihe Tiger administrative quarters. In this part, of the plant is a dining robm—with Chine.se chef —where meals are served to the office stair and guests. 2 out of 4, Thompson 2 out of S. U-ggett.5 out of 7; McDonald 4 out of C; Clubb none out of 4. Dunkin none out of 1; Osborne I out of 1. Referee: Marvin Graves (Knas Stale Teachers'; Timer—Puck- ctl I Ark. State). Meet clay Is Awarded To- BOYS Manila Blacfcwood, f Williams, f ....... Love, f C. Shockley, c — Fowler, g B, Shockley, g — Totals 13 Blytheville FG D. Warrlngton .f ....5 Hughes, f 6 Oodwin. c 5 Jenkins, c o Mosley, g 1 T. Warrington, g ....0 Totals 11 Score by quarters: first. second. 18-12; third, 2G-n. Personal fouls—D. PIG 0 1 0 0 0 o i Fig 1 1 0 0 2 0 TP LITTLE ROCK, Feb. 5. (UP) Joncsboro today was selected as the site of the 1938 senior high school basketball tournament at a meeting of the slate athletic : sociation here. The junior meeting will be held in Little Hock on Ihe oust side junior high school court. The state high school track meet will be held in Arkndelpliia. The senior basketball tournament will be .staged March ll-l: while the junior playolf will !x. on the preceding week-end. The date for the track meet was (announced. Mine Dividends of 100 Millions Paid In Canada TORONTO. <UP>— When filial dividends are paid, shareholders of Canadian mining companies, botli gold and base metal, will have pocketed well over $100.000.000 for 1937. Figure:; by Bowcock. Hackott and Morgan, members of the To- ronlo Stock Exchange, show that dividends already paid or payable aggregate $101,295,530.. International Nickel was the »Y JIMMY DONVVIIIIF. NEA Service Sports Writer BALTIMORE, Feb. 5. — When some 3000 outdoor authorities of the United States, Canada, and Mexico meet here, in the third annual North American • wildlife Conference, Feb. 14-17, the conservationists' bnttlo>to assure posterity happy hunting grounds unri fishing waters will be renewed. While nil have restoration in mind, no two groups agree us 10 what are (he best measures to adopt. When regulation of wildfowl shooting is discussed, Dr. Ira N. Gabiielson and John H. Baker are on one side of the platform. Dr. Gabrielson, chief of the United States Bureau of Biological Survey, is responsible for the present split season. Baker, representing the National Association of Audii- bon Societies, is a .firm advocate of a stringent closed season. , On the other side of the ring is John Hunttngton of the More Gnme Birds Foundation. He argue.-; for a much more liberal shooting regulation. Draining Swamps 'Swats IHicks as \Vfll as Mosquitoes One group of government ofll- cials. charged with the protection and prop.Tgation of wildfowl along the Atlantic seaboard, contends thai the 'drainage of swamps to effect mosquito control, kills ducks. Another points out that every marsh and .swamp drained safeguards public health and comfort. "Long-term policies and programs executed by a trained and experienced personnel are vitally essential (o the success of restoration." says Sclh Gordon, executive director of the Pennsylvania game commission. FLYING START Chickasaws To Play In Monette Tourney Coaches Joe Dlldy and James Ace Puckctl, and ten Blylhevllle Chlckfis.-uv cagers left for Monette this morning where they will par- I tlcfpate In Ihe invitation tournament today. The drew a bye in the first round but were scheduled for their first game at 10 o'clock this moniitit'. Their opponent was not learned. The MoncUc Buffaloes nre vorltfts. They defeated the Chicks two weeks ago, 43-25. War Department, U. s. Engineer Office, Memphis, Tent)., piibltc Notice concerning Revocation of "Hull's and Regulations to Govern the Floating ol Loose Timber and I.og.s um! Other Methods of Navigation, on Little River, Arkansas and Missouri " TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEfeN: Notice i.s hereby given that pursuant to the authority conferred by Act of Congress approved May 9, !%0, entitled "An Act Author- ising the Secretary of War 10 make regulations governing the nijii; of IOK.S,-slc-ambonis, and i on certain rivers and streams," the regulations which were prescribed for Ihe Little liiv- er between ihe confluence with the Saint Francis River near Marked Tree, Ark., and the town of llor- nersvilie, Mo., by the Acting Secretary of War on June 27. 1905. quoted below, were revoked by the Secretary of War on December 10. 1937. "1, Parties engaged in the transportation of logs on the above- specified section of the river shall so conduct their operations as to interfere as little as possible with navigation by stream or other vessels and to prevent the formation of jams. 2. Any vessel desiring to pass through a body of moving- logs shall be furnished by the parties In charge of the logs, upon request of the person in control of the vessel, with not less than two men to accompany Die vessel and render it such assistance in passing through the moving logs as may be necessary for its safety, and no charge shall be made either for the services of such men or for their transportation, on the vessel. 3. In case of the formation of a Jam or jams, the owners of the logs or their representatives in charge of the same shall nt once proceed to break said jam or jams, employing not less than two men at each jam, and shall prosecute the work diligently until the jam is broken. 4. The" individuals, firms, and corporations engaged in floating loose Umber or logs on the river may collectively operate and maintain one sorting boom at or near Marked Tree, Ark.; Provided, That whenever loose timber and logs are collected therein in sufficient largest contributor, payments on I -complete'autonomy of fish and the common and preferred stock game management within the not 10 Thieves Toil For $1.25 CHELSEA, Mass. (UP)— Thieves who broke into the Chelsea Lodge of Moose found "easy money" is not so easy. The thieves moved a 200-pound snfe three miles and hen laboriously hacked off the unlocked door. Loot totaled $1.25. H-2; 1. Hughes 3, Godwin 1. Mosley 3 Blackwood 4. Williams 4. C. Shockley 2, Fowler 1. B. Shockley 1. Ftaul throws attempted— D. War-' rington 4. Hughes 3. Godwin 1. Mosley 4, Williams 3. C. Shockley 4 2, Fowjpr 1, B. Shockley 1. Foul throws completed— D. War- 0 . rington 1, Hughes 1. Mosley •> Williams 1. Referee— Marvin 'Graves (Kansas State Teachers). Timer— Ace Puckett (Ark. Slate). Time ol quarters: 8 minutes. Totals 3 9 is Score by quarters: 12-8; 26-1032-13. Personal fouls committed—Plck- elt 1, Leggett 3, Foster 3. McLeod 3, Saltba ; Dunkin 3, Parks, Griffith 2, Crosley 1, Cook 1, Love 2 .Technical fouls committed—Poster 2, Ctsborne 2, Griffith 1, Crosley 2.' ; Foul throw!, completed-plckett' In 1848 a firearms manufacturer made pistols that hnd cojfcc- grinders in the handles. Want to sell Brick Writ, on North 2nd St. Real bargain for pcrma iienl Investment. G. G. Caudill Greatest risk of appendicitis, according to doctors, prevails during .he second and third decades ol ife. The greatest number of cases Tflect people between 10 to 20. totaling nearly $36.000,000. ap- slllto shol| { ( , e!tisl ,, asscvt , Hc ,._ piox-imatcly one-third of the toinl. bcrt c . Uavis of the California di- Lakc Shore and the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co., were well lip In the list with 512.000.000 nnd $11,500.000 respectively. Noranda's dividend chocks aggregate $7,000,000, while Hudson Buy Mining and Smelting Company and Holllngcr accounted for about $5.000.000 each. Payments by Wright-liarKreaves and Dome each exceeded S3.000,- 000 and , $4,000,000 respectively, rounding out the bc.st year in the Canadian mining industry history. Rrau ixwner News Want A0» WRESTLING MONDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK LOU MILLER vs. JOE DILLMAN TED BELL vs. TONY POPOLINO American Legion Arena, North Second Rt. vision of fish and game. "Administration should be vested in a board of managers completely free ot politics, continuous in service, and vvilh power to make all regulations, so that a long range program of management, and protection can be carried out without interruption." • • « Vrgcs Conservationists to Gel Down In Fundamentals "A fundamental principle of conservation is the saving of the soil and the waters that rain upon'settling many" problems. Starting young is Bobby Hose- burg, shown practicing for. the Sun Francisco match play championship, Keb. 9-13. Bobby, 11, picked up a golf club as soon as he could walk and now shoots in the low 80s. His father. Dr. A. H. lioseburg. fllso is entered in the louvmnnent. quantities to obstruct, impede, or endanger any steum or other ve sel navigating ' or attempting »'lo , navigate said river, the Individuals, firms or corpoi'atlons owning the logs so collected shall pass thetn. through the sorting boom nnd Into the side booms at the minimum rate of 1,500 logs a day, Sundays and legal holidays cxcepted, and in addition lo passing said loose timber and logs at the rate sped- | fled shall render any .steam other vessel requesting It Ihe same I as that set forth In 2 for the passing of steam nnd other vessels through ' todies of moving logs. 5. During the periods of time I which the river Is at too low a singe, for floating loose timber and [ logs, any individual, firm, or corporation piling timber and logs within the banks of the river shall so place them on either side of the center line of the assistance (a . paragraph channel to maintain a channel width of not less thai! 'iff feet." Daniel Noce, Major, Corps : of Engineers, District Engineer. WARNING OKDKK No. G61C Tke Ward Is warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawbu District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days to answer a- complaint filed against him, et a)., by J. H. Craln, ns trustee for Lee Wilson & Company, a trust estate. WITNESS my hand and seal as Chancery Court Clerk this January 29. 1938. H. M. CRAIG, CLERK By Elizabeth Blythe. D. C. Shane & Fendler, 29-5-12-19 Solicitors for Plaintiff. v WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT i CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT,' MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, AR- • KANSAS. Rodney C. Foulke, Plaintiff vs. No. 6606 Frances Foulke, Defendant. The defendant Frances Foulke ..is • warned to apiwar in the Chanceryvl Court for the Chickasawba DIs- J tricl, Mississippi County, Artan-' sas, within thirty days and an'- siver the complaint of the plain- tilt, Rodney C. Poulkc. Witness my hand, as clerk of said court, and the seal thereof, on this 2.2nd day of January, 1938. H. M. CRAIG. Clerk By Elizabeth Blythe, D. C. (I Ivy W. Crawford. Ally for Pitt, fl Roy Nelson, Ally, ad Litem. '(Seal) 29-5-12-19 I Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETBISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 540 A REAL BUY . ONLY §95.00 1932 Chevrolet Coupe Motor and tiros A-l. Passed State Inspection. A good Buy. Only §36.00 down and $14.00 per month. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY 5th & Walnut Phone 810 it." contends Ernest Swift, nct- ng conservation director of Wis- ;onsin. 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