The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 15, 1947
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1947, BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Little Rock Wins State Grid Title Tigers Defeat Subiaco 19 to 0 to Take Top Arkansas Grid Honors (By llnlttd Press) jkThe Little Rock Tigers, crowned ^Bp team among Double A schools following their 19 to 0 win over Subiaco Saturday afternoon was the state's leading eleven during 1847, regardless of division. The Arkansas Athletic Associea- tlon said today that the Tigers' record of 12 wins and one tie was the best In the state, 'threatened only by the 12 victory and one loss record of Dermott. Dermott won the Class B title in Arkansas by winning over Atkins 19 to 1 Friday night. Magnolia won the Class "A" state crown by defeating Forrest City !• to 6 at Hot Springs. However, the Triple A lads, Crossett—a Class "A" eleven—Had the best offensive record In the state rolling up 341 points In 12 games for an average of 28.4 points per game. Close on Crossett's ' heels was Nashville with a 27.5 point, average, followed by Hope—a Double "A" team—will) 25.6 points. Other teams in the top ten of- teasively incluiled Fayettcv!!Jj, Mansfield, Conway. Little Rock, Boonevillc, Van Burcit and Elaine. Little Rock scored 302 points in 13 games for a 23.2 point average. On the defensive side Conway had the best record. Allowing the amazingly low average of 1.7 points per game over an eleven-game schedule, Conway's opposition scored only 19 points. Conway Is a Class A * team. In Class B Parkin allowed only 38 points in 13 games for a 2.9 point, per game average in Double > play Little Hock allowed its fposition only 30 points In 13 for a 2.5 point per garn,e Traveling Men average. Sooner Aggies Big 6 Favorite; Cage Slate Full for This Week PAGE Winter torn keeps professional golfers on the go. Former PGA champion Vic Ghczzi. left, imd Detroit's Chick llarbcrt unload their clubs fiom automobile to take crack at $10,000 Miami Open. « Stuttgart Man Wins Duck Caller's Title In National Contest STUTTGART, Ark.. Dec. 15, (UP) —J. E Gartner. 51-year-old Stuttgart resident, holds the title of national duck caller today, following his victory in the national contest held here Saturday night. He won fifst prize of $1,000 over 161 other contestants. Winner of second prize was Paul Stroud of Arlington Heights, 111., whll e In third place was OJyde Hancock of- Stuttgart. North Dakota's 1945 production •of creamery butter totaled 51,041, 000 pounds. Chicago Cardinals Win Western Division Title (By United Press) The Chicago Cardinals had the Western Division championship of the National Football League signed, sealed, and delivered today, but the ownership of Ihe Eastern title awaited a playoff game at Pittsburgh next Sunday between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steel ers. The Cards captured their first '„:„.( championship In league history yes,, , terday when they overpowered the Chicago Bears, 30 to-21. Thus was finally realized the two-decade dream of Charley Bidwill, who spent money lavishly in an attempt to build a winner only to die last April without seeing the victory of the team he built. Sammy Baugh and Jim Casliglia had a field day for the Washington Redskins as they romped to a 40 to 13 win over the Boston Yanks. There are approximately 180,000 farmers in the state of Minnesota. 'Bumping Through Invitational Cage Tourney Opens Tomorrow JOINER, Dec. 15.—JShawnec Higl School's second annual invitationa basketball tournament for boll boys and glris will get underway here tomorrow night with lour firs round games scheduled to be play ed. Both champions and runner-up of last year's tourney will be 01 hand to defend their titles tin year. Last year's boy champions the Dyess Eagles, and the Osceol Semlnoles, runner-up, are favore to win the tournament this ycai However Jtrong opposition ti ex pected from Keiser. Crawfordsvillc lie "B" and Wilson. In the girls division, Wilson an Luxora, winner and runner-up las year, will find the going harde this year with the Osceola, Dyes. Crawfordsville and Shawnee gir! capable of upsetting the favorites. First round play will open at 6:: tomorrow night with the Osceo' girls meeting crawfordsville at 6:3 the Osceola boys playing Crawfords X)He_at 7:30; Shawnee meeting th Blytheville girls at 8:30, and Shaw nee boys meeting Blytheville "F at !):30. Wednesday night's schedule Dyess vs. Luxora girls at 6: Dyess vs. Luxora boys at 7:30; Wl son vs. Keiser girls at 8:30 an Wilson vs. Keiser boys at 8:30. (Michigan halfback Bump Elliott practices his famous bump jump ilor the Kpso Bowl game against Southern California in Pasadena \ New Year's Dny during scrimmage at Ann Arbor. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOB THE CHICK AS AWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, AKK. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF H. F. HENSON, DECEASED NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given .that, the undersigned was on this day appointed Administrator of the Estate of H. F. r Henson, Deceased. Alii persons haviiig'claims against said estate are hereby notified to exhibit them to the undersigned Administrator, properly authenticated, within six months from the dat« of the first publication of this notice or they will be forever barred and precluded from any "benefit In said estate. The address of the undersigned Administrator is RFD No. 2, Blytheville, Aranskas. This the 13th day of December, 1947. LOUIS O. HENSOM, Administrator of the Estate of H. F. Henson, Deceased Holland and Taylor, attorneys for the Administrator.- 12]15-22-29 NEW YORK, Deo. 15, iUP)—The Big Six Conference slagcs tho first major tournament of the Still- Young basketball season (his week, and thoi^ exists the ironic possibility the only nou-leaguc am In (he compctlon will be Hie le lo come np wllh top honors. Oklahoma A. and M. U that team, wlce Ihe Sooncrland Agnlcs have icelvecl "action postponed" replies i llsclr applications for admission i Ihe conference, lint, because Iho ig Six is now a seven-team league Ith the addition of Colorado, A lid M was invited to play In the ournamcut in order to round out he bi'nekcUs. And this same Aggiu team Is the ne which Is prepared lo take off le favorite's role in the drama hich beings Thursday In Kansas ity. The AKiiics won their fourth in row Saturday night when (hey owned Temple, 65-40 at Philadcl- hia's Convention Hall. That lol- owcd an Impressive win over LIU t Madkon Square Garden. At (he same time, most of last ear's champions around the na- ion were faring very well. St. ohn's, the New York metropolitan itleholder, \viis the chief exception o the rule. lso\ve\cr. SI. John's lost " i. 3 to Georgetown, 01-58, ut llvj jardcn Saturday after a lacing by Loyola oi Chicago, 61-43, earlier in he week. Holy Cross, llic NCAA champ, vith lour out ot last, year's five egulars back in the lineup, licked Valparaiso, 80-45, for its third win n three starts. Kentucky, the Southeastern Con- ercnce champion, held a six-game mdefeatcd slrcak after downing JcPaul, 74-50, and Cincinnati, 0731, Wisconsin, the nig Nine champ) vas unbeaten In three games al- hough Its league was still a wide- open fight with Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan also yet un- bealen. And Notre Dame hart won wo In a row with its 61-55 win over Northwestern. Texas, winner In the Southwest 'onfcrcnce last year, moves Into the East undefeated in six games, nccting CCNY at the Garden Thursday and St. Joseph's In Philadelphia Saturday. North Carolina Slate, the Southern Conference champ, com6s east :o play St. John's Saturday night 'n the Garden. Other major games scheduled this week: East—Kentucky-Temple at, Philadelphia Saturday; Holy Cross at Columbia Wednesday; Dartmouth at Holy Cross Saturday Harvard- Bradley and Boston U.-Syracuse at Boston Tuesday. Illinois at Pcnn Saturday. Mid-West—Mon.: DcPaul at Minnesota, Indiaiia-Kansa's State al Kansas city; St. Louis at Missouri. Marshall at Washington U. Thurs. Loyola at Indiana; Fri.: Washing Ion at Minnesota; Saturday: Wash inglon at Minnesota, Southern Ca at Northwestern; Rice at St. Louis Iowa at Washington U.; Texas and M Ohio slate; Michigan a Marquette; Loyola-DePaul at Chi cago. West—Fri.: Wisconsin at Call fornia; Baylor at MCLA; Sat.: WIs cousin at California, College of Pa cifio at UCLA; Notre Dame at Den ver. South—Mon.: Furman at Gcorgi Tech, Davidson at George Wasli Ington; Tues.: Virginia at W an M; Davidson at, Maryland; Wed Geo. Washington at Richmonc Maryland at Washington and Lee Thurs.: Maryland at VMI; Nort Carolina State at West Virginia lljia; Wash, nnd L«-Duke at Lynchburg, Va. Sat.; W and M- Wnke Forest nt Norfolk, Va.; Cloo. Washington <u Clcnuou; Maryland at Johns-Hopkins. Sotilhwesl: Mon.: Texas. Wesleyan nt SMU; 'Hies.: Texas A mid M at Sam Houston; Wed.: Sam Houston at Texas A and M, Rice al Drake; Thurs.: Baylor »t Arizona, Hice at CrclitliUm; Frl.: TCU at VixiparLio; Sat.: Arkansas - North Texas at Little Rock, Ark. Cleveland Browns Win All-America Grid Title NEW YORK, Dec. 15. (UP)— he Cclcvclnnd Browns, who reined their All-America Conference lamplonshlp yesterday by drub- X (ho New York Yankees 14 lo were hailed lodny as a near- crfect offensive machine that "hns 'crythlng." Before yesterday's payoff cliwh eforo 01,849 In Yankee Stadium lerc were many fans who thought hat the Yankees, will) Spec Sandrs and Buddy Young, might be lore potent Hum Iho clcvelanders. But the Browns came up will) "Sec the New Postwar JEEP! : Y ; • JEEP... Can Be Your Year'Round Santa Claus! The new versatile JEEP is .your S?.nta Claus year 'round because it'i really 4 distinct vehicles in 1. It will serve you as a light tractor, pickup truck, runabout or as a mobile power unit. Truly, nowadays, a farm cannot run at its peak of efficiency without at least one JEEP! . . and 7" S rJ, 7 rf SS men —>' OU 'H f'«d that as a general company service car, the Ji^M cannot be topped. Come in today and see what JEEP can do for you! POOLE MOTOR COMPANY Ellis Poolc, Owner & Operator Phone Stccle 4fl South Highway 61 at Steel*, Mo. William and Mary! Ends First Week Of Hard Workouts WILLIAMSBURO, Va., Dec. 1» (Ul'l—A quartol of William and Mary aerliil nrtlils were limbering up their passing arms today as Ihe Tribe polished off its first week of practice for their New Year's Day battle wills Arkansas In the new Dixie Bowl nt Birmingham, Ala. Aco Indian tnllbuek Tommy Kor- czowskl, who was out with a broken ankle after the 'third gain* this year, wnt> back in harness for workouts. Also back was Stan Magdi- zlak, triple-threat backflelrt bruiser, who was out with a back Injury, Conch H. N. (Rul*) McCray alao placed Itillbncks Buddy Lex and Jack Bruce on ilso firing line M Ihe Southern Conference champs went through their paces. 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