The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 25, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 25, 1937
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ITEO Ti (AUK.) couruilii Giants Clear Havana o .16;,h teii\Tirst 'round till. •. Probably', liic -most :r e'iciting game of Uhe-'first! foiihd was the battle l'ei\vee(i\Ulie 'Co6lef v and Holland HollahH Gym Is Scene; Braggadocio Teams in Both Divisions HOtAAND, Mb. (Special lo the Courier News)—With Braggadocio the only school will, 'teams still in the running in both 'the girls nnd boys divisions, the semi-finals of the Pehiiscot county basketball tournament will be held here to- ntght, beginning at 6:30 o'clock The Cooler and' Haiti girls clash in the first semi-final game at 6:30 -o'clock, followed" by the first 'boys semi-final nt 1:30 o'clock, Braggadocio • vs. Deering, the Steele girls' meeting the Bra'ggaBO' clo girJs in another seini-flhal at 8:30 o'clock nnd the "Holland and CaruUiersville boys clashing In Hie final game af9-.30 o'clock. Winners 'ot the semi-final sanies will clash in (he tourney finals here Friday liiglft. The-first game will start nt: 7:30 -o'clock. 'Braggadocio's girls gained the semi-final round by . disposing ol Holland. 34;'to,20.while the Brag- gadoc.lo;. v boys, won. over Hayli, 28 lo.16;,lii theii\Tirst'ro'imd till. ne attle - - nd boys'test. : 'iiiehV ( 'Hollaud' was forced ;lo *goj int'qVah.. extra period ol play:,^before . : e)lrnlnatirig the Imd fighling 'Cooter,ti:6ups'.- The game v,'as : ' a _. jnip^-hnd- luck"; affair all the; way:, wltli 'Pp'twlari^'s, 'lasl-mln- nte: goalJfpr"Cooler-beuig followed bj'•alinost\a';last'-.'sccpiid goal by Cahodri VtoHie .lhe: : iscoro al 17-17 as'lbe rcgijlhr gnmc ,period ended. In Ihe .extfa-:period. Cahooiv came through :Y>'i(h another field goal to cop the; game for' Holland. In oilier-i.lioys'^-games Caruth- crsvlllc trimmed Wardell, 19 to H, ftftving t off. a.jbcialed Wardell rally, 'and: peering, easily trounced Siesle, :35 > [9 19. •'. The./liai'de'slvfought girls' game v vns 4hc-' Cooter-Wai-dell battle Mill -Gopter ciVifrging viclor by a oiie-poiii't margin.-- Wardell had been :c5tablisliecUas.;a prime fav- CJ'Ke -ailH Ihe Cooler.', victor}' was in thc^'naUn-e . of "an-, unexpected upset. Laster -»-jth,; : 'i6 points and Michle'With '11. wg£e the Cooler forwards. Harris made 18 points for^Wardell. , .-'-•' Haytl was, hard put .to eke' out « 20 ,to,j8,'decision over Carulh- crsvllle, in another- girls' game, Caruthersville leading at-the halfway mark.-",-, . \ Sieele's' girts had an casv lime in defeating peering by., the same score lhat Dp'ering boys dispose of Eteeie, 35.tO;19/ .,- ; ^j^- Manila Boys Lose To M*mette Five Tuesday MANILA,; Ark,, Feb.'24:—Troimc- ecl : again! ,The. Manila; Lions suffered- tlieir. second lie/eat of the season on: their home court at the liaiids of. the Monctte high school live-here-last-night in a rather rough game, ', a, total, of 25 fouls being made .by the ~ teams. The fcpre, was-''28. • ' Miller, .was; high • point man for points. Williams outfits including one from Bill Terry, New York GlnnU' munuger. Another perplexing angle Is Hint (he Kcds have one of Ihc most versatile players In Ihe majors. Dee Moore, coming up from Ihe Macon sally League this year, listed as a catcher. He can pilch, foti-li and play Ihe outfield. He led his league in hilling homers last year and in one game of <> J " "''-header ' Lombard! Heads Staff of 1 lir e c Veterans and Versatile Rookie CINCINNATI (OI')-Thc Cincinnati Reds will enter the campaign mm ' appears (o be Ihe most able stun ot catchers in either A scrutiny or the 1937 roster reveals 11 surprising abundance of catching material, three veterans au<l a versatile rookie. Ot the veterans, Ernie bombard! nnd Gilly Campbell handled the Cincinnati pitchers efficiently last yenr. Lombard! is recognized as the league's hardest hiding catcher and ranked seventh among the batters last. SEHSOD. He appeared 1 then pitched'n no-hit gume 111 the nlghkap. Handicapped by Years As it stands now, It doesn't seem s if Dnvis will DC of much help. He Isn't built for speed, weighing 210 pounds, and u-ltli pitchers Don P.rnman nnd BID llnllnhan nnd and onlfieldcrs Kikl cuylcr ami unlii' Herman, is one of the oldest players on (he Cincinnati list In line wilh Ihc Heds' oll-cx- picsicd "youlh" policy, llormnn ts rumored lo be on the Iradln? block; . 121 games and clouted Ihc ball First, baseball 1 ,training camp .pictures come trom Havana' where toil the Ne^ York Giants In full umdiip are Cirl Jlubbell and his \o mger and right Innfled brothel John Left to right setting thnr sights for an average of .333. TVo years ago he batted .343 and ranked fourth among Ihc hitlers. Camp- wll, ivhile not the equal of fom- bardi at bal. Is fasl on his teal, n soad mcclinnlc behind the plntc and has proved himself lime and again lo be an able understudy . Cards Gnvc Up Davis Tlic third veteran is Virgil Darn, who was bought from the St Louis Cardinals a few months ago. TKC Cnrds' release of Davis is easily understood when It Is remembered that the big catcher had several clashes with Ihc Heel "irds 1 ace huricr. Dizzy Dean are. the outfielders Honk Lcibei-,; George Davis, litpple and Mel Ott. Joe Moore. Jim one-sided throughout,* .the locals having the visitors outclassed from the start. . . . . 20, Oeorge Washington University at Little Rock; November 25. Tulsa Unlveraity, Tulsa, okla. several limes refused ,'to Dean Pitch lo Davis, and rather limn risk fuluro ill-feeling, the Cards let Davis go. At first it was thought that Ihe Reds purchased Davis to be us»d n future trades. But since then, the club has turned down S nv^,-»i offers by other Notional 'PAGB FIVE! To Submit Plan For Cliick A. C. On Friday Night Iie-Up Announced (ween Very. Doubtful Slacler Announcement todn>; iliat i>nrn- Is tcj iicrvc ns present at the Clly Hall, slnrllng at,. 1130. Tile cpinmlllrc Is composed of Fred S. Sallba. Joe Craig, nnd Oscar Fomllor; the officers, Cltircnce will hi; . io relief roles -.- -^.^ a .,,^,i i^j JtlJUl KJll^t, v-'lillc Kiki Cuyler S:ITCS In a more or less advisory capacity to Manager Chuck Diesscn. Davis probably will sit on the Cincinnati bench for the major part of Hi? season. Pluns of Hie complete organisa- tion of the Chlcknnuv Allilcllc Club, worked out lust night by the lioinmUlce appointed al tl's ihrit meeting, will be siibmltlcd to Ihe club Friday ntglil. Leon Bmlth. fhalrman, has iinnoiuiccd. Everyone Interested In [!«. high school uv , lv , llo „ nll , [l)llls nlhlcllc proeram is m^cd to be Ctilckasaw farm club lh!s vcn iv '"- ' "-" - S-.MWri.lly i-CBMdcd he.e as mean IHB Uial Ihe Noilheast Aiknnsiib lengue «-|ll operate ns n six-clitb loop this year. This morning no official an- iiui'iicoment from hcii<tqiuulers of the Class 13 circuit mis forthcoming as lo the .status of (he Hales- illlc club but since II Is uncler- ^'.cod lhat one 01 l\vo hook nps tougiit by UnlfMlllc ha\c fallen through the wilhdriiwnl of Ihe lown from Ihe K-ngiic Is likely becomes A farm ot the Memphis club \\tis completed jeslerday by Ike Willcccksoh, piesldent or the Paiagomd club ana Tom Watkliu president of the Memphis club The Chicks will GCnd the Para- iiw club i minimum ot men players around April lo, No manager lijis been selected foi- Paragould as yet. Sen. Robinson Gets Standing as Reporter II. Wilson, Pollard, J. chilli num. Hugh .Harbcrt, p. Friend, ami 1)111 Hie Wardell, Steele Girls Tic; Deering Boys Win HOLLAND, Mo. — 'Hie Htci'le Elrls and Wardell girls lied for the championship or the girls division of Die Pemiscot county cage league while die' Deering boys won the boys .division title, It wnsi revealed today. The .Steele nnd Wnrdell girls won la^cames and lost one each. Tin peering, boys won to without .losing a eanie. : .The Steele boys •"'i second place with 0 victories and 4 defeats. • Trophies will be awarded to first and second place/ winners nt the end of the county lourncy. now underway here. The lourney has nc bearing on the league races which' arc already • closed. Edward Rated Among Year's Best Speakers BERKELEY. Cal. (UP)—Gerald E. Marsh, public speaking Instructor of Ihc university or California, has Included former King Edward in Ills list of the 10 best sneakers for 103li. Alk (UP) _ Editors of the Arkansas Traveler. Nludenl newspaper tit the (Jnlvcr- sllj of Aiknmts Olscovead that faci). Joseph 1. Robinson Is their Washington correspondent. That Ihc senator'was a nfember of Ihc fmiiih estate came to light dtnjng one of the Piesldents picss conferences. A lenoilci it the conference Ihc piesente of Robin- rciealed hts connection with Hie college sliittment I iAp"ct"d Tivo ollicrs'ivere Norman Tlioni- s. Socialist candidate for the tary lo Presidency,' and Halle Selassie,!.31111,. All llfllolnl loday. If Bntesvillc does drop nut ol Ihe leoguc Blytlicvlllc, admitted to Ihe league last Sm day will Elmply rephice • Uatc^ Illc In Ihc six-club circuit, If riate<ulllo -slnj.s 'I" an olRhlh Icnm wlllbe i.ece.s- cHlnrsecl cir- former T«o AecJclcnls It^nUril WOHCESTEn, Mnss. (UP) — r^lce within Unco }C ai, jjl-s Madtllnc Dinns 24 wns linohed in nn nutomobile mishap at tho fame spot on Pleasant Street. Each time hei cai skidded thiough an iion rcnce ind dianncd Into a biook Ncllher lime was, she •seriously hurl. emperor or Ethiopia", About 508 diflei'cnl languages are spoken on the. ^European con linml. Monctte ; .witli .19 and White ; each , for (he 'Lions.'/ ' rnada B points Tiie; Manila .-'girls . deteatcd Mon- i Arkansas Has' ;Hopes oi An h : ex i n g Second Straight •Football Title P A Y ETTEy ILLE, f Ark ., Feb. • '' S 5 '(UP): --.'University ; ,of Arkansas Razoi'backs knuckled down lo Spring . foolball praclice Ihis week with:g'obd prospectsi.forrcpeating tlicir . capture •' of Ihc '• Southwest jonfercncc title. V Conch Fred Tliomjen is being assisted in spring | practice by three' • rormer • . Razorbacks stars. They . are: Milan Crejgliton all- southwest end of seyetal •, seasons ago; Choice Euckeiv captain .of the Jim 1935 Lee Hazorbacks squad aiid Hoswell, all-conrcrence end,of:thc 1935 learn:The-1937 :schedule .follows: September 25, Central 'Oklahoma Teachers at Fayetteyillc; October 2, Texas Christian University at Fayetteville; -October 9, Baylor University at Waco,. Texas; .October 1G, Texas University'at Austin; October -23,. Southern,- Meth- cdist University •'at 'Fort-> Smith; October .30 .Texas A. and M. (Joi- lege at.P'ayetteville. . , • November 6, Rice Institute, Houston, Texas; • . November 13, ] cite .26 to HI.':This".game ; was very Mississippi at'Memphis; November whisUey. neighbo^ and neighbor, it's your price: v ., Folks call our A a right sociable Folks who;have a lot of cbrnpany think oU-Famity's Whis- is just;right for entertaining-. It is tasty and for itiildhess, I never sampled the beat of it. «»: NYC Th« V/iri.n jprmg A Ma« V FcuicyFor Chtties Tin-mTo And Why Not? Our dolling selections were never more t«;->j)lelc, our prices never more congistenl \villi qimlily and economy. The variety cf siiifs we are unvv showing allows you. to pick wny material yoii want a{ a •'(n'.-c you want (o nay. . • TlVEEi)S • F I, ANNULS t G.AB.AR!)!NE! • WORSTEDS • STIUI'ES .«.' PL.VIBS • SOI.IIIS • C1IKCKS Timely Suits'$29.75 Up Morit Suits $22.50 .U|) Puep Suits W.75'Up Wilson Bros. 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