The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 7, 1938 · Page 6
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PAGE SDt MHITE BEflTS BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Chicks Beat Lake Chitdress Before 1 50 to 40 City, .osing, BY J. V. FRJENI) MONEMTB, Fel>: G.—Scoring fifteen points lo nve In the l:«l torn minutes, tlie Mouette, Buffaloes defeated tlie Blyllieville Chlcknsaw.s 50-40, here Saturday night to capture their ami Invitation basketball tournament. The Buffs mid Chicks were tied up at 35-alI with but four minutes remaining, when Forwards Reed and Adams, and B. Reed, center, Ixjgnn hitting the basket with a. remarkable shooting exhibition that swept their team to victory In the finals. Elongated Bill Godwin, Olilck tenter, can-lei! off high point honors with 19 points, five more than Adnms and B. Reed, who were tied with 14 points each. t Tlie game ivns a roiigli nffntr with Mosley, Blylheville. crack guard, going out on personals in the second quarter. Pour Buffs had three personals nplcce. and every player on both ten/us was charged wltii at least, one. Mmielte.had a one iioint advantage, 20-19,- at halftime. 5 Blythevllle advanced to Hie nunls by trimming Lake City. 61-JO, and Children, 66-19. Dan Warrihgton was high-scorer for the Tribe In the first game, scoring 10 points. Hughes wa,s ex- ibiised on fouls as were Griffith and Carpenter, Lake City. Warrlngton reached a ne«' lilgh jln scoring for. the year with 23 points to pace the second victory. ,'Godwln had 11. ; The box score of tlie chamiilon- Jliip game: ;Blytheville . Pos. Monctte p.Warrlngton, 9.F Adams, 14 ilughes, 9 P. Reed, B Godwin, 19 C.... B. Heed, 14 Mosley, 2 G....... Fisher, 6 Warrington, 1 ...Gt'. ..Hamilton, C Subs (Monette) Prims, Stotts; Ely the vllle—Jenkins, Justice. Tlie Dope Bucket By .1. P. Friend I ISItifT twice lit Jonesboro . . . i They got only nil even break out jot the two game set with Little Hock, but reports Indicate' Ui'nl the Manning proteges should have copped belli , . . Leading twelve points with but four minutes lo jplay In the linale they loafed n jllltli) ton lout', enabling Ihe Tigers PROMOTION —Another ox-jl° He the score and forge nhcnd Chfcknsnv star of yours ago Is • • • '''hey split two at Pine Jilull slated for u promotion In Iho j lllsl *' 1 '^ ''"<'• " worlhy feat in coaching profession . . . He Is | anybody's Hcrschel Caldivell, dans o[ '23, nt " 10 SCJIKOM they trimmed JJeebc, present freshman coach at, Duke, another milking team University . . , Associated Press Fpslefn, On/clle Sports Kdltor, dispatches yesterday staled tlmt' rall ~' (t Jonesboro. Beeuc, Pine Mull', CaUUvcll was among '.lie three In-1 '•"<' I ' lul1 ' l{fttk " s lllc b| B f0111 ' l<?rvtew«l for the licnd coach ]ob|. •'• Ash'Fliil, « smiilt vlllnije wllli (it Centre College, to succeed L'dl !l ''In huskelball team, Is listed as against Chiklrcss lo reach the finals in ihc Monclle Invitation tour- naiiieut, Saturday night at. Monet to .. . They were beaten by the Buffaloes, 50-40, but the results were not discouraging . , , If the Chicks continue lo hit DIP wicker they are going to make It- tonsil on any team they play . . . The manner In which they trimmed Ihc defending county champ- Ions, Manila, last Friday, Indicates • filler I" they arc gohig to be hard to lian- mcd Bcehe. atft . . One of (hc ln ., g|u R ,.,. lures of the last four games hns Kubale who rccenlly resigned L'd !l to '"i ie dprk liorw Marinadukc nccepl n sliiiilnr posllloji at South- . I s SI »W to n!W( ' n strong (|ulntct western of Memphis . gradunU'd from the Ilei.schel ." IH| m *y surprise, hul It looks like local li(&h school in the .spring of l<tw and i enrolled that fall at tlie University of Alabama . . . AfK-r four years, during which he compiled. on enviable record, twice (xuticl-' '"B 1>R ' lr ACOI|I1 B' I'l-ak . . . In paling In the nose Howl lie re- tlK ' lr lasL fm "' tjaincs they have COMIHCi—Coach Joe nildy's l>lg Maroon cngers appear lo lie rnicli- celved hLs sheepskin . lie was elected to Sidney Lanler lileli In Montgomery and remained there for three years where his nut work attracted much iitlention tie- suits; u call lo Duko University In J9TO n.s fi'osli mentor ... A year Inter Wallace Wade transferred his nthletlc! relations from Alabama to the .tobacco king Institution, re- imtllMg the two again. Her.schcl's freshmen twinis linve been cict- slanding . . . During the lust four years they have been beaten hut once In football. • » * KECEATEHS — Unless they slip Into u Inllspin, 11 looks- like Die Avkansal.s basketball chaniploiishlp will iigniti fly in (lie bnilwick of the Jonesboro Golden Hurricane . i . The Hurricane has been us hot as a depot stove all year, winning more than twenty games so far this season . . . They showed their mettle by defeating pine lallled 185 points to 130, winning llircfc out of the .four . . . They reached a new high with .% points been the comeback of lanky Dan WniTlneton the IhriK-s Dan hns been in of one of the worst! MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1938 at Baion Kongo, La., with approximately one hundred 'ambitious youngsters . . . Hank DoBerry, Frank Snyder and the Colonel, William Harold (Terrible) Terry himself, are in the professor roles . . . Though out only one week, the squad has been blessed with great weather and the progress has been rapid . . . Wee Dickey Kerr and K. L. "Cowboy" Jones upon their school at Natchez next week and Hie enrollment Is expected lo approach (he century mark. too. . . . COMF1 DOWN — The acceptance KCOI Inu .sluiniis In recent school I of Hlggs i lioss) HtepheiiMii to history ... He has come ever fa close, Often to have the sphere not, b'O lliroiiijli . . . Ills 50 poinl-s In the four ««nies may mean he under his nose (o get a contract time, but tlie Italian' autograph is a matter of specula lion. . . Tony Popolino f lV) PK; OppOjKMii 01'''lidl Touiglu. bov who has broken the spell . Twenty Ihree were counted against Clillfl- rejs . . . Bill Godwin has lallled fifty four i>oliils In the same period, I!) finuls. iigalnsl Monctto In the HOOKIES—The New Vork usi'ball' school is well under nmnat'o ll«; Helena Ifiistler.s In the Cotton States Ix-ague «'?_s some comedown for the erstwhile Cleve- * Clever Ted Bi'll, ine nifty Enu-. lish maliiiaii. tmsasjcs n lough liornbrc here, tonight In Tonv I'opo- lino, the Iinlian. in the preliminary mulch on tins Amerlcun Legion's wi'cstnnj' card at the Norlh Second land star gardner uiul University of- Alabama product . . . lloss managed the Birmingham Barons In the Southern Association last season but got the axe when he failed to produce a consistent winner . . . 'Prom,Class A lo class C is considerable nimble in one .Sf.'isoJi . . . Just how much dough the Hii.slli-r olhclnls had to dangle clever i. wrestler us Professor Mike Meoney has carded here for a l Want (o sdl Brii-H BldB. on Noiili 2nd SI. Ucal nent itivsliiic tur perma- C. <;. Camlill bc In the ottic'r corner 'tonight is no slouch himself, Popolino can dish out the punishment in huge measures. In tho hcadlincr on tonight's card "Dynamite" Joe Dillman, the big Greek will hnve .111 interesting session with Lou Miller, the l»y from the Wisconsin woods, ntllmau Is an old timer at the mat game and is expected to give Miller a lough ' go. uUlioiigli the hitter Is a willing performer and shauld provide all the action nillman wants. Both bouts are Gown for the besU two out of three falls, 00 mhuit'ijf Read Courier News Want Ads, Drs. Wert & Wcrt OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store "WK MAKi; 'KM KF.K" ['hone 540 FOR LOWEST DELIVERY COST . ONLY $365.00 il Furil VIS [)elM\-e Pickup Color f!rc(!ii. Only SI l.ov.' iiiilnaBe. Clean — A real Farm 18.00 down and $27.00 per monlh. PHILLiPS MOTOR COMPANY r.th & Wahiut Phone 810 IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DIS- TRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARK. IN THE MATTER OF: Administration of Estate of \Vll- Ite Glass, deceased. NOTICE OP PILING FINAL ACCOUNT - Notlte Is hereby given that/ the following final account Hns been filed in the Probate Court for the Cnlckisawba District, of Mississippi County, Arkansas: CHARLES GLASSj AS ADMINISTRATOR OP THE ESTATE OP WILLIS GLASSl DECEASED. And all persons interested in the settlement of said, estate are hereby notified to come forth and file exceplions to said account, if any they have, on or before the second day of .the next regular term of Probate Court of the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi Comity, Arkansas, to be held in the court house at Blythevllle on the ZGlh day of April, 1938, or be forevei barred from excepting to such account or any part (hereof. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said Codrl and the seal thereof tills February 5. 193B. CAREY WOODBURN Clerk (Seal) 1-U-21-28 Shane & Femller, Attorneys. > OLD or NEW Your ear will perform belter ir ><iu let us mil it In (o» shape. And loo ... you mill tu your security unit comfort wlteit you : drive u car that Is O.K. Uiroiighnut. CUT Operating Expense UEMF.MBBR . . . "A cav that runs right costs less to run." W? Test Your « Car Free of Charge Genuine Ford Parts Drive In Now! PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. .t Walnut I'hnnc 810 MEN'S SUITS, TOPCOATS, SHOES, ACCESSORIES • \ < All Good Clean Merchandise a Part of Which Was Slightly Soiled By Smoke Offered At Drastic Reductions STARTING ARY 8th WRESTLING , MONDAY NIGHT. 8 O'CLOCK LOU MILLER vs. JOE DILLMAN TED BELL vs. TONY POPOLINO American Legion Arena, North Second fit. NOTICE All persons having personal properly should assess it at once. I will be in my office or have proper Deputy at Blylheville every day and each Saturday al Manila and Leachville,_ Every store or business will be called on personally. Remember, everyone musl be assessed for a poll tax. Assess today. It will only take a few minutes and you can make sure of your value. R. L. (Billy) Gaines MusUtippi County Assessor. 1 Special Lot of Spring TWO PANT SUITS LIMITED SUPPLY NOT ALL SIZES GOOD STYLES SPECIAL WHILE THEY LAST Entire Stock of Fall and Spring TOPCOATS All Offered at Exactly RICE 1 Lot Men's Dress Shirts 59c 1 Lot Men's Nunn-Bush ^ Shoes 1 Lot Men's Fortune Up to $5 Values Sweaters $1.95 I Men's Dress Pants, Leather Jackets, Shirt, Underwear, Robes, Hats, Pajamas, Neckwear and Handkerchiefs Offered at Substantial Reductions R.D. AH Sales Cash and Final No Exchange or Refund

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