The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1947 · Page 7
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December 26, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER «, All Bowl Teams Open Final Drills Blue-Grey Contest Tomorrow Is First Of Holiday Games bowl gami-s l,e- fc (By II, »n Jaji. (tin tod „ nl • fo', 1<? ,'( c Mulligan and Southern CalT- fornla will clash |,i the Rose Bowl •n K Ci>red that C(MC| > Fritz Crisler »'"1 be able to make good use of «nd offensive specialists. We-!,';' 1 "'' 5 , " ndcfc; >tecl-untied Mid- Western juggernaut has suffered from the California heat since ar •-^ ta ?\6S^M,H P^r&^esleVdaf Los Angeles had its hottest Christm-is in 33 years. The temperature reached 84 degrees and Crisler. apparently well pleased with Ihe condition of the Wolverines, said the learn •would hold only five more pracit-e" Michigan, unlike many ccld-d mate lean,., that Dave bewailed California heat as .Ihe ca iis e of their oownfall, should experience a mh - imum'of difficulty If the We™ n (heat wave continues through ' New rfirrT," ,:'• iCtisler "»fl Practically e" e to cS thr ° tt - e " S - """ " C i.!"»!!n tlle P ast season and pro'bab- ^t^SSriSr"""' 811 "" 1 Football Touch said Trojan coach Jeff Cravath ^cnlay he will start his regular indicated that he will 'iiold a sin'irlp practice today but will go back to i two drills-a-day schedule Wont ii y. At Dallas, Tex-., penn slate's Nittany Lions faced morning and «4jomoon_drUk today and tomorrow •mr going through a surprise T5r«ctice yesterday. Coach Bob Hig. tis led the Lions through a turkev omner.and then took them out lor a scrimmage which he said was - 'little ragged." The undefeated-untied Lions meet undefeated i,nt once ticci Southern Melhodist in Ihe Cotton Bowl. Penn stale's co-captain and nght tackle John Nolan, who has » sprained ankle, reserve quarterback Walter palmer, who has a cold and end Dennie Hoggnrd. who was wiifering from an upset stomach missed yesterday's scrimmage S.M.U.. who has not had a work- i nut since last Salurciay morning 1 resumes practice this afternoon'' Ihe squad is reported in top physical condition . Both the East and West squads! who will meet in Ihe annual Shrine game at San Francisco New Year's ! Day, worked out Christum Day j ie Western all-stars went throu»li ! two-and-n-lialf hour session I stressing conlact blocking and pass defense, at Stanford 'University! U.S. Ski Team To Meet Swiss Squad Today DAVOS. Switzerland Dec 26- The United Slates Olympic ski team was scheduled to compete against a learn from Davos village Uxlay in the "Boxing Day" meet —the /irst lest for the Yanks since arriving here. The Americans foreswore a Christmas holiday yesterday lo go through time trials over a special slalom Irack with Coach Walter Prnger holding the watch. H was the first clocking of the Americans on Swiss slopes but the times were not disclosed. _™e_IJ.S. ^team's first "injury Miami marked time over the holiday but will settle down to serious training today. In other .Ian ] bowl contests some new, some old, Texas Tech will meet Miami (O.) in the Sim Bowl at El Paso. Tex.; Georgia and Maryland clash in tlle 'Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, pla.; Mississippi plays Texas Christian in the Delta Bowl at Memphis, Tenn.- College' iof the Pacific'and Wichita meet In the Raisin Bowl at Fresno, Cal- ' If.; William and Mary gees against Arkansas in the Dixie at SaiUa^ Clara, Cal. Herman wedcmeycr of si. Mary's n-gil Eikcnberg "of Rice and Cal rv, OSS ,',,°{ U - GL ' A - stood out for -he Western squad. George Conner Notre Dnme's All-America tackle' Glen Treichler of Colgate. George Savitski of Pennsylvania and Larry Olsonoski of Minnesota, all of have been hospitalized with Athletics Win Most Fielding Award Honors NEW YORK. Dec. 2G. iUP,-De- spije the fact, (hat Ihc Cleveland Indians exhibited Hie smoothes' hcldinu array in American Leamic history, thr Phllarteiphia Athletics won individual honors by placing three men on the 1947 all-star defensive team, the official averages revealed today. Tob Philadelphia players in their "field" were second baseman Pete <Pecky> Suder, third baseman Henry (Hcenie) Majeski and Catcher Warren (Buddy) Rosar. The Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox each supplied two leaders, the New York Yankees one, and the Chicago White Sox one. The American League's 1947 all- star fielding team: IB—Rudy York, Chicago, .995 2B-Suc;cr, .906. 3B—Majeski, .988. SS — Lo u Boiidreau, Cleveland .982. OP—Joe DiMaggio, New York, .097' Sam Mele, Boston, .992. and Hunk Edwards, Cleveland, .990. C—Rosar. .990. P Joe Dobson, Boston. 1.000. --- — *".. LM,,*l',.»^y • _. . -" " u..%.*- BOW] lit the Eastern team drilled ! £ lrmln Ehani, Ala.; North Texas State Teachers plays Nevada in the Salad Bowl at Phoenix. Ariz.; Ca-. __.. tawba and Marshall meet In Ihe ' I J.L r~t- ' ' Tangerine Bowl at Orlando Fla • ' Len gtnens enlistment University ot Hawaii plays' Red-1 lands in the Pineapple 'Bowl at T ' 5 Harold Lloyd Lucy, son of Honolulu; -Missouri Valley, uilde- " - - -- featcd In ils last 30 games/takes on West. Chester Teachers in Ihe Ci«ar .... ..„.„„,.„„,,:„ wu[1 . Bowl at Tampa. Fla.; and San Di- intesliual flue, re-joined Ihe Easl-i es ° ern group and head coach Bernie' flier/nan of Minnesota scheduled sceue double sessions today and tomorrow. , Slate ploys Hardin-simiuons | in the Harbor Bowl. The Northern and Souther] T-5 Harold ,. . Mis. Josic M. Lucy of Cooler, MD., has extended his lerm of service from tlirce to five years, the -Army said today. He took his nan, ,,r ^ x . ] Bloodhounds Schedule Tilt With Memphis Stanley Kollpr's Arkansas Bloodhounds, teli from R Clirjslnms holulnv rest, will meet the Coca Cola HottHiig Company rive of Memphis in HI, exhibition Bslme ln Cooler. Mo., tonight. TO!llRli!'.s name will be tin? Blood- lioumls linul contest hi-forn they t"*c mi dm nationally fimioiis J'hll- iil")'' 8 ° il1 '" '" JoH(VilW1 ' 0 Monday The Hounds hung up victory No. 30 last week by nosing out George Kolls Swliton All-Slurs K (o (>2 Hi Joncsboi'o. However, (he victory cost Keller's aeurcgation two k»v players riue to Injuries. I3ob Cannon, ploying his first B anie wi'.h Die Hounds, received a dislocated .shoulder during the unmo and hud to !>e laken to a Jonesboro Jios[>ilul find Jim Henson rc'-hurl his kneu which has been g ivjn s him considerable trouble. Tho Bloodhounds are rated as favorites in tonight's contest but Keller indicated that he would take no chances by sinllni: that he would si art his ri'Biilar lineup ,i gn lnst the Memphis five. In a preliminary frame the Cooler Hutu School imijiict will meet nn alumni team. The first i. nm e in .scheduler! tu get underway at 1 Kramer To Make Debut As Pro In Match Tonight NEW YOKK, Dec. 26 (UP)—Bobby Ulggs. king r>r the professional tennis players, and amatuer clwm- plon Jack Kramer will meet tonight when Kramer makes Ills debut as a pro in a long-awaited match nt, Madison Square Gurctc'i liantam Bobby, the masler of defense from Altedcna. Cal., conficten- lly predicts that he will turn hack Ihc tow-headed challenger from Los Angeles, but around town Hie malch was rated a toss-up. Both men certainly will be facing their toughest lest In years, since R'ees has shown himself hcact- nnd-shonldcrs over Ihe oilier pros and Kramer thrniighly outclassed all the namleurs when he won Ihe Wimbledon and u. s. singles clmni- pionsliips and led llio victorious Davis Cup team. Rl8Ss. pointing out that he has prepared for this match "since the day It was announced," hns of- loii" 1 '° bCt h ' S '"' rSC 0 " hlmsc " Kramer, while not as outspoken lias also expressed confidence of victory, saying that he has the shots to pierce Hobby's famed defense PAGE SEVEN Germony^Front Line in the Cold War • "I? four collopu in Ion d<m probobly melons ConfereiKt breakdown her clianc« for o voice in management ol Ruhr Western poveis lhcn,sclv«» are split on !hn su!>k< en „„,„ ,|, or .|- " d f, trl< j a |, ic ,, IU |, wi || £ of Cold Wai "erf I.: F»«; m«7 9 i ' i r,.; *.ll. unified 0. S,8 B ,itf«h ,„""«' Hire* western powoij con piovisionol wcslcrn Gcrmon cntalitc ngrccmcnl vai reached in London—lo toiic German slccl pioduction to 11.5 million lonso year. But was conlingcnt on a Gcr man economic ogrcoincnl, icli w-oi no[ «»"«<l U. S, domand. ,•"?„'--" knowhc „ „ going to be here," she "ioi Mr. and Mrs. Marjan Mk of Yugoslav!* found S u ">«» Mrved for breakr»«t~In Blnghamton "smelled Jut Hk* home." ^^ A South African yUltor " : Rose Blauwol van BUJcJ found * reminder of her uotn*. land when iht arrived at tin horn* of Ihe Rev. and' Mis. Frederick Sterne, Natives of South Airici. they hud used straw /tower*, to' decoral* their horn*. " * tcrcni-p nf !,,„ r- ; ' l ' m ""»y ""« Kin ope due lo nnny now becmne" >C l ° . K " Mi '" s lm,. Hip innrhlnery set II ih,.. worldCca'csl'po'j-crs I"!',,",- '.rom'^^Sl thnn'^eTh -or n place was set (or nnolher meelirii; of I lie I Ihv London UiK Four 'otsdnni to make peace, sis since before the war, 'er been. Nellher n time Murder Fails to Take Holiday; Toll Across Nation Reaches 78 Teams in the other major bowl Earner-,. Alabama v s Texas in the! when they meet Sugar at New Orleans, and Kansas Blue-Gray game at Mmiteonicrv vs. Georgia Tech In the Orange at! Ala. fc 3 All- get the holiday week Football binge under way tomorrow *i ._. . Annual BLYTHEVILLE Enjoys the Best Thmqs of Ufe * That's Why "Old [.'aiUiCtil" Kn.joys Stu-h Poinilarity KENTLCK1' STRAIGHT "Sour Slash" WHISKEY tension last week at the U. s Con stabuhsry School in the Bavarian .-lips in the American Zone of Germany, where he has been stationed since last year. Davis Cup Star Seeded First In Sugar Bowl Meet NEW ORLEANS, La Dec 26 fUPj-D.ivis Cup star Ted Schroe- fler of Glendale, Cal wns sprHnfi St lCtlfl5 ' in ">««"'"'»! Siin? Bow "'"">>' Rent Payment Held Same as Lease ATLANTA, Oa. (UP)--The Georgia Supreme Court, in a far-reaching decision, has ruled that where no time limit" is specified, monthly rent payments by a tenant cgnsti- tutc n lease until the end of the year. tournament which star Is 'Sunday with Gardner Mnlloy of Miami Fin ' second. '' Scedinifs. announced by tourney chairman Douglas Walters, ranked Victor Scizas of Philadelphia third jmd Irvln Dormnn of New York Schroeder, former Sugar Bowl! ly, will face Wi lane University in (he opening round, while Mnlloy plays younr Richard Moiiledous of Tulane. Kerens' first opponent will be llnl Surface of Kansas City, Mo. - and Dorman will play Roland Balbiers ranked third nation- j G Wnde Herrcn 01' Tu- I — I'y United I're.vs Eighteen persons were slain In (lie United Stales din-Inn the Christmas holiday, as Jealousy and hate triumphed over good will. Two women were held for slaying their sweethearts In Clirlslmiis ciuarrcls. Some of llic killers looK llieir own lives, others were charged with murder by police. Tln-ce ])i;i-Kons were slain and irce others were woundi-il nl Greensboro, N. C., when a man quarreled willi his landlord on Christmas Eve. The slayer later shot himself to death. Two sisters' quarrelled over th,> presents (hey had given eacli olh- cr at Jersey City, N. J. Their husbands Joined In the argument, mid >olicc charged Hayinoiicl Jop|). 32, with..stabbing (o death his brotlici- ni-law. Paul MichowU'x, '!&. Miinuel Di'l?ado. 20, stiuKcstcd (o his In-other, Paul, 21. that they .sliaiv their Chrl'lmas lamales with :i needy family, in Los Angeles, rn- llce said Paul becamo Infuriated and slrurk Manuel over lhc head with a bottle, killing him. At Greensboro,.' N. C,, Joe de Santos cri'licd with his landlord, U/ivid n. Mnrfln, si. Ti, e n. armed with a .shotgun and pistol, he killed Martin, his daughter-in-law. Mrs. Delhi Martin, and w. B. Snw ell. 52. Wounded were wife, his .son, Climlcs, 21, and Mrs. Evelyn Williams, 33. While police .searched for lie Santas, .he walked into n lire sla- tion, said, "Merry Chrislmas boys," anci shjl liimsulf fatally. A father of five children, at when sen-eel with divorce papers He went lo his whanged wife's' home where lie shot to dealh hU H-year-old daughter, wounded her 13-year-old sister, and later killed himself. Two small boys burned io death at Ocean Park, Calif., a few hours before dawn on Christmas nay. Their father was arrested on sus- ^ l>ifkm of murder when his wile accused him of setting the fire after locking her out of the house. A 211-year-old divorcee used lhc knlle with which she wns prcpnr- ing a Christmas lurkoy lo slab lo ilealh her sweetheart In Patcrsou, N. J., police said. In Los Angeles, Gertrude Hogun, 20, was eliai-Kcd will] slaying her suitor when he Came to her and said, "It's Christmas, let's make up." A Nemo customs Ruurd shot lo dciilh his.M-yeur-old son and killed himself, in New York when hti entranced wife refused lo come home lor the holidays. , New Yoik Gels BlRfjcr NEW YORK (UP) — Population samplings conducted by the Re- Blonnl Plan 'Association Indicated the niclroixilllnn area of New York City, extending also inlo New Jer- Martin's I ;iC3 ' IIIK ' Coniieulicul, now ricmtilalion of 18.5ao.000. It st'iited a gain of 1,072,000 "I 10-10 cen.sus. i- ! Glyndon. Minn., flew into a rayc a reprc Staff Members Of UN Enjoy Holiday 'Dates' liJNGHAMiTON, N Y., Dec -~(Ul>)—Sonic 182 forcclu me', tera or the United Nutlons staff w iillend n l,ur. c dinner party tod hi 'three 0 '!S Chl ' latn>M 1>ollclf muiilllcs. or ° 01 'llio dclcgallon, sncr-ibew of I lieriimnent staff of lh« N.N. sue, tarlat at Jak c Success, arrived Wei "csday iil| f l,t to .,„„,(, O h,.| 5t ,,, n.s eucsls In m ,, re than 100 Amei can homes at Binghamton, End colt and Johnson city. Alter meeting their hosts In .,, biggest, blind dat* In history," tl visitors lost Ihclr status as guei and became members of America fninlllc.i « Chrlstmns lime, irt'yplcal o.flhc.greclliiijs was lha of Charles H. I^oveland ot Vest I" Mls.s Slmonne-Isabcll Pourol Fi'ance. "Welcome, slmonne—lr ' T ma start cnlltiiB you that," he said. 'Its even morn fun Uian [ c - jwclcd," slild MLss Evelyn nolg i I'ucrto Rico. - 8 The snow wns what most In pressed two Peruvian visitors, Mi; Mix Arias and Miss Ellsa' Alvnrd Lanirtia«e clltfloullles were no bni rler. Mite Andrce DcCooimmn o l-rnucc said she was enjoying her M!if even though she, had to com muiiicate with her host by slu Sixty-live per cent nl the motion picture:; shown In Hercen Norway, are made In tho SUilea. rc- j More forluimle In lhc way llio ••omtnunlciillon wns Miss Glmiclt Bernard O f Paris, whose hosls. Mi and Mrs. Joseph chlttondcn o Endicott spcnk fluent French. A Hiissian Intcrnrclor, Nlchala. Pervoiicliln. snld the "mcst won YELLOWSTONE Bottled in Bond Bourbon TOO Proof The riillng 'conflicts with the I the nation:,"]" channno'n'of ChVle" provniling practice of CO days' no-| Other first-round matches will'be- |icc to end a rental In which there I ""We Plain, Los AmrcJcs ve H,r' If M°tK°! ltraCt ' ° r '™ 5C ' The "urt i ™urt Waters. Tulane; Ito'bcii Cur^ held that payment and acceptance '• tls - Houston, Tex., vs. Richard Gon- 1 rales. Lns Angeles: and Herbert Hamilton, Ic, c ., nlc.r. scare" was dissipate,) Bs (,h e sore knee nf star Art Devlin responded to medical treatment. The knee which bothered Devlin last season' began lo ache again under lhc strain of the first (lays of jumping pine-tic,; here, but lie in, m( ,di:iu-lv l placed himself under doctor's earn. 'Buddy) Bchreiif, Fort "LciuderdaVe Fh.. v s . Enrirnic Buse, champion nf of the first month's rent in a new calendar year constitutes an implied roulrucl fur .tilt- lemaindei the second year. Buy... i • • Fresh Longer! United | dcrful sight Is tile children's face when they see the Christmas tree.' //asfc-o • *^Sr-»-.. x r-"^' •*^i^*s s --- -*% ttte as the Tides i>caoTOtn's <wofje Sure B(lrretf _ Hamilton, Liftle Rock, Ar?t. f - - - Distributors OIM»» at 8:10 p.m.] SUrta 1:M pjih Friday & Saturday 'RUSTLERS ROUNDUP" Khby Grunt—Fuiijr Knltht i-rUl—Cliup. No. 1 "Th« Bcerit Agent No. fl." AUo Shortl Saturday Mldnite Show "BLIND SPOT" with Chetler Morris, Constance DowUnj • • AIM ShorU - "~~~~^^^^^^= RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: Friday and Saturday "OUTLAW TRAIL" wllh Hob Stetle Cartoon & IBth Chapter "PURPLE MONSTER STRIKES Saturday Owl Show "TOPPER RETURNS" wllh Kuland Ypunr, .loan Blondell ^^^^^^^^tm^*+ New Theater Manila's finest Shown EVKRV NIGHT Box Opens Week Days 7:M 'pj» Matinee Satardaj & 8nnd>y Bal.-Sun. i p.m. cont. Showtnf Tonight "Last of the Mohicans" SATURDAY "Marshall of Cripple Creek ivilli Allan I.an« as Red Ryder Saturday Owl Show "RAILROADID" wllh John Ireland BLYTHEVILLtS ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Mkdajrjs Boi Office Opem «:30 p.m. Show SUrU «:« p^i. Satnrcfay • Box Olflcc Opens 12:4S p.m. Show Starts 1:M p.m. Sunday Box Offk4! Opens I:« Show SUrli Z:M Friday and Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE rLf WIS IN HOME . Off THE ' RANGED "Fabulous Suranna" , w!(h Barb«r» Brllton, Kady Valk« Strl»l—"8«n •f-Zwro" Nt. « AIM Saturday Owl Show ~ "Houj« of Draculo" with Ion Cheney—Mutha Serial—"Jnnih Ghr Ah»

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