The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 13, 1956 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE MINI .• PEMISCOT COUNTY CHAMPS - The basket They are (front row, left to right) Euell, Gauld- bftll Indians of Hayti High School, pictured above, ing, Huffman, Sides, Dowdy, Fraser. (Back row) defeated the Holland.Lions in a rugged game Pri- Dodd, Noggles, Gurly, King, Patterson, Burns and day night at Bragg City to take first place in the Coach Dalton Rogers. (Photo by Sanders) boys division of the Pemiscot County Tournament. Marquette Is Spilled As Louisville Continues Giving NIT Trouble By BD WILKS ** Hie Associated PreM The, gents who select the teams for the National Invitation Tournament may be on a steady diet of bicarb this week as college basketball schedules brew a stew that doesn't figure to set well. The NCAA Tournament Commit- *~ tee, however, can sit back and appraise a bevy of close conference races that should send well- tested champions into the final chase for the national titled Louisville (19-1) is the biggest NIT headache. The Cardinals, with some four-year men wbo aren't acceptable to the NCAA, should have the NIT licking its chops. But instead, they've been knocking the glitter from NIT entries and could keep it up this week. And that is not going to pack madison Square Garden next month. *" Another Tourney Team After' spilling NTT-bound Marquette, 76-65 Saturday, Louisville tonight meets NTT-bound Xavler of Ohio. Friday, the Cardinals run into NIT-bound Dayton again. The Day tops have lost one of 19— and Louisville 1 did it, 66-64. Memphis State (17-3), NiagaVa (15-5), Manhattan (12-5) and St. Francis of Brooklyn (16-0) also could make it a hectic week fo the NIT, Memphis State, ready and wail Ing for a tourney bid, plays. Dayton Wednesday. Niagara, In the sam situation, meets Seton Hall, an NIT entry, Thursday, And Manhattan which "eliminated" St. John' from the NIT picture last week challenges St. Francis, already picked by the NIT, tomorrow. St. Francis, with San Francisco the only major unbeatens left also plays Brooklyn ,College Wednesday and St. Joseph's (Pa, Saturday. San Francisco, set to defend its NCAA title, can stretch its all-time major college winning streak to 46 games by beating San Jose State tomorrow and St Mary's (Calif.) Friday. Oklahoma City (16-4), Temple (17-1) and Holy Cross (17-3) also are safe bets to wind up in postseason tournaments. Oklahoma City, which plays Drake tonight, leans to the NCAA. Holy Cross, playing Notre Dame tonight after being upset by Dartmouth 83-6' Saturday, is partial to the NIT Temple, meeting La Salle Wednesday, could go either way, but probably is headed for the NCAA. Cards Start Springtime Labor ST. PETERSBURG, Pla. (AP) — Forty-nine regulars and rookies reported yesterday to the St. Louis Cards' new manager, Pred Hutchinson, who wasted no time putting them to work. ~ * Hutchlnson, ' wanting a quick sizeup of the club's strength AIC Cage Results Ouachita 88, Little Hock Jaycee 63 Arkansas Tech 69, State Teachers 68 Hendrlx 73,. Southern State 64 State Teachers 74, Southern State 64 Tech 57. Henderson 53 A&M 85, Hendrlx 71 Arkansas College 93, Ouachita 68 Ouachita 92, Little Rock Jaycee 84 Oznrks 75, Beebe Jaycee 70 Conference Standings W L Pet. Pts, Ark. A&M .. So. State Ark. Tech .. Hendrix .'... Ark. College Teachers' . . Ozarks . .... Henderson . Ouachita . . 9 3 8 3 8 .750 .727 .667 .636 .600 .455 .364 .111 .000 1028 878 1003 852 886 849 817 630 644 Serving You Best is our Foremost Concern BURIAL INSURANCE LOGAN funeral Home Harrison Juniors Still Undefeated, Enter Tourney JONESBORO — The Harrison High Dragons lost to Jonesboro here Friday night but the juniors of Harrison completed their season with a tight 26-25 win. The juniors finished with a neat 9-0 slate. The senior contest was also decided by a mere point, 60-59, and Richard Stokes hammered in 23 points. He was followed by Charlie Johnson's 14, Point-maker for the juniors was John Westbrook. He had 10. The juniors play their first game watched an 'lour and a half drill of running and pepper games then scheduled once a day work outs for the next 10 days. General manager Prank Lane showed up for the opening of spring practice. But neither he nor Hut- chlnson made any predictions about how the Cards will fare this year. in the district tourney at Jonesboro Friday night at nine. They meet West Memphis. The seniors, both boys and girls, meet Lauderdale County Training School of Ripley at the Harrison Gym Friday night with action slated for 7:30 starting time. Everybody Wonts Sugar Middleweights Take Over This Week on TV By JACK HAM) The Associated Press Everybody wants to fight Sugar Ray Robinson. That's the only way to explain the lively activity in the middleweight division since Sugar Ray knocked off Bobo Olson to win back the title. With a Robinson-Olson rematch \ by beating Turner in a rematch at set for Los Angeles April 20, the, Salt Lake City June 20 and they've other 160-pounders are forming a lont, line. Ralph (Tiger) Jones, who was the last to beat Robinson, strengthened his bid last week by knocking out rugged Tony Baldoni. Another pack of middleweights is face the cameras this ready to week. Hardy (Bazooka) Smallwood and Ray Drake, a pair of 160-pounders from Brooklyn who don't figure in anybody s tide plans at the present, top the card tonight at St. Nicholas Arena in New York. Du Mont will telecast. Definite Ideas Eduardo Lausse, the left-hooking Argentine, definitely has ideas about a title match later in the year. He is unbeaten in his last 32 starts with only one draw—against Milo Savage on Jan. 6. Lausse meets Bob Boyd, a fast-improving Chicago contender, in the Wednesday show from Chicago. Gene (Cyclone) Fullmer of West Jordan, Utah, ran up a string of 29 consecutive victories until Gil Turner outpointed him at Brook lyn last April 4. Fullmer got even been talking about a match ever since. Originally scheduled for Jan. at Syracuse, N.Y., the third mer-Turner bout had back because of pullmer's illness. . Now that he is fully recovered the big rematch has been set for Friday at Madison Square Garden. Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eastern Division Won Lost Pet Philadelphia Boston . 34 31 New York 27 27 Syracuse 25 29 Western Division Fort Wayne 28 23 Rochester 25 31 St. Louis 22 30 .4' Minneapolis 22 31 .4 Sunday's Results Syracuse 101, Rochester 74. Boston 116, New York 108 Philadelphia 97, St. Louis 79. Fort Wayne 82, Minneapolis 78. APPLIANCES . INSTALLATION TRACTOR CONVERSIONS Phone For Frte Estimates ft. C. FARR & SONS Owners Phone 3-4662 — 400 Railroad — Phone 3-4567 YOURS FOR THE COST OF A MEDIUM-PRICE CAR... THE BIGGER, MORE POWERFUL CHRYSLER WINDSOR V-8! Htn'i dramatic proof that Chrysler h» mow tlut'i n«w v than all otrw competitive cart comblmd! s Ntwhi'HM Major style changes Longar body New Pushbutton Drive Control* New Revolutionary Brake System Hi-Fi Record Player* Increased Horsepower Instant Heating System* ekryifcr YES YES ' YES YES YES YES YES C.mMT«Hy priced C«r "•" '' NO NO NO NO NO YES NO e-g.fi. 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(Back row) Smith, Canada, dians at Bragg City Friday night and had to set- James, Kenley, Loren, Marston and Coach Rom tie for second,place in the Pemiscot County Tour- Malone (Photo by Sanders) nament. Individual Lions are (front row, left to Steve Ridzlk, who is coming up with the Giants next season, lost his only three decisions pitching for Cincinnati in 1955. Florida's racing runs until April 21, closing day at Gulfstream Park. The meeting opens March a, the day after Hialeah closes. The Milwaukee Braves will play 11 exhibition games in Bradenton, Fla., next spring. It's their hom< base again. Hudson Offers a Large Group of 100% WOOL SUITS In popular spring and year- round colors. Expertly tailored - - - handsomely designed. ONE-HALF PRICE Regular $59.95 NOW CHECK THIS LIST FOR YOUR SIZE: REGULARS - 35, 36,37, 38,39,40,42 LONG -36,38,40,42,44 SHORTS - 32, 34, 36, 38, 43 Smart Colors in Light Gray,Charcoal, Brown and Tan. HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS

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