The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1947 · Page 11
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, PBCRMBBI M> MIT Chick Cagers Defeat Osceola \Quint 57 to 37 But Squaws | Bow to South Missco Girls The Blylhcvlll. nigh SchooL Chlckasawi opened t'helr 1M7-4S I basketball season with a bang last night by defeating the Osceola j Beniinols 67 to 37 while the feminine members of their trlu», the I Blythevllie Squaws, WC re dropping th» first game of the double-header 1 to the oscecla High School sextet by t M to 41 count. Both games | were played on'the Haley Held court. m.'d by forward Bobby Mullen,*— 1LTTHEYILL1 (AMCT OOVRTEH whTled the Tribe In'scoring with 118 points, the Chicks jumped Into Ian early lead and remained in front (throughout the contest. Using a [combination fast and slow'break I to an advantage, the Chicks pushed out In front at the end ol the first B period by a 22 to 11 score and at Ihalftime they held a 40 to 22 lead. I In the .third period the Chicks |continued to roll. They chalked up 12 more points and limited the visiting Seminoles to two field goals •.during Ihe period. The brilliant dc- |foiisive work of guards Billy Bob I Elliott and Dcnnie Gentry kept the (Chicks moving all the way through. Substitutes Sec Action Coach James Fisher began sub- Istunting at the end of the third I quarter with his second and third Ismiarts playing the entire period. 1 Gere Wiseman, the Seminoles 1 Isix-foot plus pivot man. led his • team In scoring with seven field • goals and two charity tosses for a • total of 16 points. Bobby Dean Reid • was runner-up with H tallies. I Prcntis Jcrnigan, Chick forward • scorer! 14 points and center Dudley IHardy accounted lor 10 lo gain I runner-up honors for the Chicks. I The girls tilt was one of the free|Bt-scoring affairs ever witnessed In I the local gym. Ann Driver, diminu- Ihve forward of Ihe Seminoles sex• tet. led both squads in scoring with « tolal of 39'points followed closely by Blytheville's Lounell Overman |with 23. _. The squaws Jumped in front at the end of the first period by a M to U score but bogged down in the seem period and trniled 37 to 27 at Ihalttime. In the third period the • Semmoles began to roll, leading at •the end of the tiuarter by a 48 to 30 count. Box Scores: Gt^l'i Game Osci-ola (36) Pos. fg F Player Robbing A. Driver White Banister o, Thompson G P F G Calriwell Rthrictee nagland J. Thompson Grlgsby Stewart Fielder G P G G G G Q Totals Player Stires 23 10 Rlytheville (47) U Overman Wisenlnmt E. Overman White Ross Hooper Thaxton Hammock Redman Ashby C. PYankum Kerbaugh •Sneec/ Takes Pro Job |/n West Virginia MIAMI. Fla.. Dec. 10. (UP) — •Sammy Snead, one of golfdom's •leading professionals, said today he •was deserting the tournament trail be followed with success for 10 [years to take a Job as resident pro at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Snead, here for the $10.000 Miami •open he has won twice, will com- •petc in the Winter circuit matches •unlil April, when he will take over •three courses at the Green Briar fc-.sort. After that. Knead said, his only [tournament activity will be four (top Summer nicotines—the Nation- ill Open. PGA, Makers and Tarn TShanter. Pos. P F F G O G G G C G G G O G Osceola. - Pos. F E. Shaneyfelt .P C o fg 3 11 4 0 0 *i 0 2 0 0 PAGE ELKTKM Jewelers, Girl Cagers, Give Stee/e Mens Team Real Battle 0 0 0 0 0 0 These are the first four women members selected for the U. S. Olympic skiing team. Though'the, games are not until 1948, ;is the numerals on their blouses indicate, the fiirls keep limber at Sun Valley, Ida. Left to right arc: Grelchen Kraj-cr of Vancouver, Andrea Mend of Rutland, Vt., Paula, Kami of North Conway, N. H., and Brynhils Grasmoen ol Merced, Calif. STEELE, Mo.. Dec. 10 — Blythc-* vllle's piUpklrlck Jewelers, mi all- girl basketball team, bowed lo (1m fast moving Stecte Indciicndcnl.s, nn all-male squad, by a M to Ul score In the Oteelc High School gym here last night. II was one ol (he Ixvst games witnessed In this gym this year, anil was closely contested all tho way through. The Jewelers were handicapped by (he complicated boy» rules which governed the gaim*. Margie Devil, the Jewelers stalwart forward, paced thn llcUl in scoring, hitting the basket for four Held goals and two free throws for a total ol 10 points. SUM, a, substitute forward paced the Independents with six points. •< In the second K«mo ol the; evening, the Arkansas Dloodhoumls, * si'mi-pto bull club from Jonesboro, walked over the Southeast Missouri All-Sims by a (14 lo 37 score. Tha Bloodhounds Jumped Into nn early lead and their brilliant deceptiveness kept the (iiunu one-sided nil the way. Junior "Illticklc" Slovens, a Bloodhound forward, led in scoring wllh total of 21 points followed closely by Juke llolmnn with 14. Bliickwoll paced this All-Stnr.s with 10 points. Starling lineups: First Cam,- Player Reid Wiseman Hathorne J, Shaneyfelt G Watson 26 (37) fg 6 2 7 0 1 0 » 14 57 ft pf tp 2 3 14 1 SEC May Halt National League . t •*•» Bfc • • Cash Payments Given Athletes *° Crowds Totals 18 5 • .37 Totals 20 7 18 47 " Hoys (>amc Blythevllie (57) Pos. fg ft pf tp' " 0 1 IS 0 Player Mullen Jernigan Hardy B. Elliott Gentry ' Wyatt J. Frankum Belknnp Besharse Berry P F C G O P P P P C 1 14 School Wants to Pay ach His 7948, 7949 lary and Get New One MONTGOMERY. Ala.. Dec. 10. UP)- Attorney General Albert A. Sarnuchnel said today that school official!! had asked him to rule khether Auburn could buy up the [remaining two years of the contract if grid Coach Carl Voyles. using chool funds. Other than a bare admission that he had received such a request, -.armichael would not elaborate. I He said he had no idea when a filling would be made, and added |liat he hoped the school could ' 'en out its own atfairs. Shelby County Blind To Divide $85,000 Gate Of Benefit Grid Game MEMPHIS. Teiin., Dec. 10. (UP) —An 585,000 high school football melon will be sliced into~690 parts today for the benefit of the blind In Memphis and Shelby County. 'It'll be a. Christmas gift," E. H. Crump, political leader and sponsor of last wcck'.s successful benefit game, said. Crump said Ihat checks totaling S120 each are being made out for Christmas mailing to 690 blind persons. "They will all get a nice check for Christmas." Crump said. He said that 69 per cent ol the blind are Negroes. "They'll all get the same amount," Crump said. LEXINGTON, Ky.. Dec. 10. (UP) —Southeastern Conference rules providing for a monthly $10 payment to athletes probably will be abolished during the 'conference's 10th annual meeting Friday and Saturday at Edgewaler Park, Miss.. Dean w. D. Finikhouscr ol the University ol Kentucky, conterence secretary, suld yesterday. He said the conference would amend Its bylaws to conform with policies adopted by the NCAA last winter, and also would select a new commissioner to replace Mike Connors, who resigned last Summer because of ill health. Funkhouser said cancelling payments to athletes would not discourage athletes from playing in Southern schools. -He explained thai "more valuable scholarships will ba given to compensate for the loss of $10 cash." "Tile idea is," the graduate school dean said, "not to pay any cash so as, to conform to rules for amateurs." He -said the action was necessary because the conference had .been criticized by -some "so-called pure schools of the North and East," for paying athletes in cash. He recalled that when the new NCAA code was adopted, SEC and. oilier conferences protested, but the SEC agreed to go along with the national organization. Bowl team* in the SEC made football profitable several years ago and the conference voted for open subsidization, feeling Dial this was the best policy, Funkhouser said. NEW YORK, Dec. 10 (UP)—Divulging official attendance figures for the first lime in history, Nation- i al League headquarters revealed today that the circuit enjoyed Its greatest year of all time tit the gate during 1047 by drawing a total of 10.388,470 paying customers. It marked the first time that any league ever drew over 10,000,000 paid admissions and the first time that any loop ever attracted over a million paid In six different cities for home games. When each of the League's eight clubs played before an all- time baseball standard. Ford Frlck's circuit drew 002410 more fans than the American League. 1 which plnycrt before 9,486, 000 patrons. Only lour American League clubs played to over a million fans at home during the past season, the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox. Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Indians. The Brooklyn Dodgers were far and away the best National, League club both at home and abroad in the matter of getting the fans through the turnstiles during 1347. Brooklyn played before 1,807,526 'customers at EbbeUi Field and 1,863. .542 on the road. Both figures represented new all-time records lor the Dodgers. . . Papooses Win Cage Tilt With Manila Youths Paced by forward Jim Deer the llythcvllle Junior High School Papooses romped over Ihe Manila Ju ilor Lions X! to 8 in opening gnme of the 1941-48 basketball season on the Manila High School court lasl night, IJeer paced the field In scoring hitting the wicker for live field goals and one free throw for a total ot 11 points. Leroy Crincr vvVi second Fltzpntrlrk Keller CO Bevll ao) Montgomery Ashmoro (2) Iglchar! <4) Substitutions: King of the Turf Coit " fytl •i PITTSBURGH, Dee.. 10 (UP)-. On the heel* of Jerssy Jot W«l- cott's Impressive allowing «f«'r^ Joe Louis, Billy Conn tod»y wu reported considering «. copieback, Twice defeated; by' Louis, Conn lold 'sports editor' Al Abrami 1 of the Pittsburgh Post-Qawtl*, "You never can tell. If a good offer or two came along soon, I might chine* my mind about staying nn the »ide- llnes." Arkansas DESERVES Pos. Independents P Kcllcy (I) F f'undcruurk lU) C Bliwll (4) O Blackwell i4> G n. I'oleet (3) Jewelers—R. Cain Cnlmnol * arm's great gelding, Armed, chosen Horsc-of-the- Ycar by turf writers, wears tho crown well at lllalcah Pork, where Ihe son ol Dull Lea-Arm: lul is in training for the Florida winter season. ' THE BEST * We (Jive You IOORBON At Its Be«t S T R A*l G H T from K E N T U C K't • l»t Proof Sour Mir.H WMsktti sX Fur It at YOUR PACKAGE STORE (2t, Whtsenhunt and Bowmnn, In- riepcnclentfl — Krlchum. Gfirrnrd (1). H. Potent 12), May 14), Still 16) and Barton (2). .Second (liiino Bloodhounds Pos. F F C G G Stevens (21) Lamb 112 Tllley (12) BaRlclieart (8) Uolmnn (14) Substitutions; with eight points. The Papooses Jumped Into an early lead and had easy snllini; nil the way. They held n halftlmc lead of 13 to 4. Coach Buddy Davis substituted freely throughout the game using nine men, all but one of those that made Hie trip. Box Score: Blythevllie (23) "You'll Find Out," Coach Is Told Pointedly MADISON, Wis. (UP) — Harrj British Golfer Is Dark Horse in Miami Open MIAMI, Fla., Dec. 10 (UP)—British Walker Cup star Henry Cotten, growing more accustomed to American play, today looked like a dangerous dark horse In the Miami Open Golf tournament which gets ' under way tomorrow. Cotten has been consistently under >ar for the past several days in his >ractice rounds on the par 70 Mia"il Springs course. Lew Worsharn of Oatcmont, Pa National Open winner, shot a Jour- mder-par 66 yesterday to estab- ish himself as a favorite In the second tourney' on the Winter circuit Dave Douglas, the little-known Wilmington. Del., iron- shot spec- allst who won the Orlando Open In a playolf Monday, fired an Impressive round yesterday. ^ Here's Savings to You on All Farm Machinery Repair! Our Free Estimate Saves You v Money — You Know What You Pay! Why take chances on amateur work and overcharge when farm machinery needs repair? Here at Delta, we give estimates beforehand, thus eliminating approximations of cost. We tell you point blank how much the repair bill will be. No "extras" added on to your bill. Now's the time to overhaul your tractor and other farm equipment. If your name Isn't, on our advance schedule list, please see us soon for an estimate. Then you won't run the risk o[ getting caught in a last minute rush! INTERNATIONAL "HARVESTE 3/2 SOUTH 2HP ST. PHONE863 .1.. Majors Open Doors to Four Western Clubs NEW YORK, Dec. 10 (UP)—The major league meetings' were reported today to be "leaving the doors open 1 " for a total of four Pacific Coast League clubs to entor the National and American circuits. But that wasn't, what the Fnr- We-sternci's wanted. Officials or the Pacific organisa- tion announced heatedly that they wouldn't split up their 43-yenr-old circuit and let four clubs Join the majors. Instead, they were fighting to have the entire coast league granted major status. If they couldn't get major league status, the West • Coast officials would be satisfied will- a Jive-year probationary period in which the Pacific circuit would be free of the major league draft, "which causes us to sell our best players at a sacrifice." The National League, at Its open- Playcr Deer / Crlucr Droka ncld Slirca L Vanco Boyd Webb Wallace Totals- Mahlli (B) Player-;-"" Fleeman Horned Rouse Ketchem Po« Totals Pos. P F O G G P F O G '.VPo's. -•«.; F •-'F' O *O a All-Stars Blackwcll (H) Blzzcll (-4) Kelchum in) Fundcrburk (7) Barton <4) Bloodhounds Starrctt, Fan-is (2). All-Stars— Kelley. Gnmirri; still, Cain (6), Poteet nnrt May <2). Duck Season Ends Jan. 6 It was Inadvertantly reported In the Dec. a Issue of the Courier News that the 1017 duck season In Arkansas would lust for a period ot days. The correct length ol the Arkansas duck soason is-30 days. The season ends Jan. G. Hew Dandelion Source Of Rubber Reported MOSCOW (UP)—Two species of dandelion which may have commercial possibilities as great us lliosn .species now being cultivated for the Soviet rubber Industry luivo been discovered In the Caucasus, Their discovery was revealed by G. ncwse ol tho Natural Rubber In- slllule In an article In Socialist Agriculture. Bossc Kaiit: "1 think It I* highly possible that both, or at lenst one, ol the species 1110 no less valuable than koksngyz." Kok-aagyr: is the dandelion specie.-, which the Soviet Union began planting more than 10 years. Ago and which now Is contributing heavily to tho sources ol natural 'rubber. lELlOWSTONE BOTTLED IN BOND Al«o Black Lahel—90 Froot Barrett Hamilton, Inc. Distributor. I.lttle Rock" is o 0 1 0 Stuhldreher, University i football coach, had B reply ru . a university rally a t which faculty 1 members were asked to give their' names and positions. "As of today. r m athletic director and football coach. After toes. I,,., , gamc ' I don't know." Stuhldreher said. "Never mind." replied M C Frank Holt, public service director, "plenty of people will lell you." I t iug meeting yesterday, was reported Wiscon- 1 to have voted a decisive "no!" 10 both Pacific propositions. At the same time. It was reported to have their! gone on record as having no ob- Oklahoma Gl Students Doing All Right NOKMAN, Okla. (UP)—Slatlsllcs show that the University ot Oklahoma: (1) every other student U • veteran, c2) every other veteran In married, (3) every other married I.ongettt Plant The rattan palm attains a greater length.limn any other plant In existence. Its »le)ider stcim, which rarely* 1 exceed an Inch In diameter, sometimes grow more than 600 feet long. t vetoran is a father. Officials In the registrar'! oHIce also said that of the 12.000 students, 7,050, Including 97 women, were receiving GI bill allotments. One GI attending O. U. listed children. New Theater Manila's finest Shows KVKRV NIGHT Box Open: Week l)a?i 7:00 p.ra Matinee Saturday & Sunday Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont Showing WedncsdHy ' Thursday "Repeat 1 Performance" . with Louis Il«ywmrd A!.v> Short Subject* jections to two Pacific clubs joining the league it such procedure would not violate baseball law. Such an addition would expand the National League to 10 clubs. "The American circuit was expected to take similar action today. Tomorrow, the ultra-progressive Osceola Football Players Guests of Rotary Club 030EOLA, Ark., Dec. 10. — Members of the Osceola High School football tcnin were guests of the notary Club at Its weekly meeting at tho Masonic Hall here yesterday. Rube Boyfe, coach, gave a resume or the 1047 football season and discussed the schedule for the coming year. Guests were A. B. Hill ol Luxora, J. V. Gates of Blythevllie, A, E. Johnson of St. Louis and Louis George and Jim Hyatt, both of Osceoli. Idea could be voted upon, or at least discussed, at the Joint meeting ol tho National and American outfits. Commissioner A. B. Chandler, who will preside at the Joint meeting, Is understood lo favor heartily the entrance of four Pacific clubs lo the majors. Most likely candidates apparently were the Pacific "Big Four"—Los Angeles, Hollywood, San Francisco and Oakland. Will Harrldge was rc-elcctcd president of the American League lor a term of 10 years late yesterday. This year say Merry Christmas Ihe friendly way - give wine People share their wine gifts. That's why WINE is so welcome everywhere—why it suggests the warmth and hospitality that always goes with Christmas. 'Wouldn't you like to receive such * friendly, useful gilt? AT FOSTER'S you can get famous Merlto Amontillado Sherry, gift-wrapped and with a card lor only »2.50! What other Christmas Gift costs so little, yet Adds so much pleasure to the season? Foster's gift wine selections include two-and-three bottle assortments. You'll do well to see them, for Ideas on "what to give" ~most anyone. Jot It down now—come In soon. FOSTER'S LIQUOR STORES 120 West Main Strett 106 Narth Iroaaway A NEW TIRE INVENTION! Know liow M plane 0kirnft along just M th« takeoff? That'll wliat it's like to be Air Home by You nkim over the road, you float over tile humps. BecaiiM you ride on a lot more air under ICAS pressure. Ami just tliink of the extras you pel with l/iak Air Home Tirra! Finprr-tip steering...stop-watch •topping . . . grc«tcr control.. : and more mileage, loo! Drop in loday, Kide Air Borne by Fisk. B LV TH EV I U- E50 N LY ALL WHITE Weekdayi Box Office Upens. 6:30 p.m. Show St.irt* 6:4J p.nii Saturday . Box Office Openi 12:45 p.m. Shnw Start* 1:00 p.m. Sunday Box Office Opens 1:15 Shnw Start, 2lOO Wednesday & Thursday "Men in Her Diary" with Jon Halt and Peggy Ryaa Alio ' . "PILGRIM LADY" with Warren Douglas »nd Lynn Roberta Also Selected Shorts BLYTHEV1LLE MOTOR COMPANY 217SouthStcond Phont 4422 Opens at 6:30 p.m.; Starts 7:00 p.n, Wednesday & Thursday "Mist Sutie Slagle's" Featuring Veronica Lake, Sonny TnfU, Joan Caul fie Id Fox Mo vie ton » News Also Cofcncdy L RITZ THEATRE * Manila, Arkr Wednesday & Thursday /'KILLER DILL" with Stuart Enrin and Anne N'em and Comedy

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