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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 19, 1948
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|r PACK BLYTHEVTLLE (AKKJ OOUKIER NEWi TTTCTSDAY, FEBRUARY 1S48 Squaws Defeat Trumann Sextet Chicks Lost Lead f In Final Quarter To Wildcat Cagers The Blylheville Hiph School Chicks and Squaws will invade Leachville tonight for R pair of cage tilts after dividing winning honors with the Trumann Wildcats at the Haley Field gym here hust night. The Chicks suffered their fifth •el-back of the season in last night's feature game bowing to a scrappy Trumann Wildcat team by a 30 to 36 score. The Squaws won llicEr end of the double-header defeatiiiR the Kittens 32 to 20 in the preliminary game. It was the same old story in UIP Chicks rieefat, a strong beginning tnd a weak finish. Tile Chicks matched the Wildcats goal for goal during the first two periods to trail the visitors by only two.points, n to 15. at thc haUUmc intermix»ion. But this time H was thc .fourth quarter that caused the Chicks downfall Instead of thu third as it, was in their four previous defeats. Opening the smmri half llw, Chicks started to cl'ck. They pulled Into the lead in the early mlnute.s of th,e third period and it looked for awhile as il they had overcome the laM-halt jinx that seemed to rule over them during their last three games, but the close-suiuri- ins; and ball-hawkinp Wildcats came from behind in thc closing minutes of the period lo gain a 2727 tie. Wildcats Rally The Wildcats opened with a rally In the final quarter to 'take t lead shortly after the open! whistle and went on from there TO take the victory. The Chicks threatened in Hie final seconds but wor; unable to overcome the live-pom 1 ., iead garnered by the Trumann live. Dob Mullen of thc Chick*, and brothers Tom and Bill Cook of the Wildcats, tied for high-point honors with 14 tallies each. Center R. B- Hodge of the Chicks liaint'd runner-up honors with ninp pom's. , Louis and Walcott Exchange Verbal Punches as Bout Negotiations Lag For the Squaws it was thrir seventh victory in 14 starts and their second in A row. The Rnme, started slowly but gained in momentum as it proceeded. Bobbie Whlsenhunt pn£eu lue Squaws in point-making with 12'followed by Sue Widemr with 11. Hollis led th« Kittens' scoring with 11 points, The Squaws played good ball both offensively and defensively in hanging Mp their Seventh vein. They overcame an early lead in the first period and commanded the game from there on- Following tonight's showdown with Leachvtlle, the Chicks and By Jack Cuddy (Uflted Press Sport* Writw) NE WYORK, Feb. 10 (UP)— Joe Lsnils was .scheduled lo sail today for Enplnnd. but he nnd Jersey Joe Walcott already were oceans part in their negoliAlions for * return heavyweight title fight on Jane 23. The breach between rliampion and challenger widened so menacingly last night that .some pessimists believed the bout to be doomed. Angry Louis hurled the ultima* linn that Jersey Joe must sign within two weeks or he replaced by another challenger at Stadium In June. Fuming Walcott accused Louts of "popping uj) with a last-minute ringer contract" that called for a third bout, in rase Jersey Joe won the title In June—ns he so nearly did on Dec, 5 at Madison Square Garden. The challenger from Cnmden, N. J.. declared the third-bout contract disclosed definitely that l/>uis had no intention of retiring after the Juno fi^ht. dr.spilrv his repeated announcement*. Louis asserted that IIP still planned to hang up his gloves after the June wrap—"win or lose"—and that promoter fiol Strauss "of the 20th Century Club hnd injector! the third-bout contract into thc negotiations merely as nn Instrument of routine protection. For the third bout Wnlcott and LouU would receive Identical purses, instead of 40 percent for \Valcott and 20 for Loui.s. Those verbal punches -icre tin own by the boxers themselves, not by any managers, after one of th P MI (ingest twists in the history of title negotiations. Ixmis and Walcott had taken matters into their own hands and had left, their e .pilots in the htickgrowid. They were R 'doing their own dealing. WMeotl's, t " manager, Joe Webster, did not evim ; accompany him to New York fiom Camden. Thc scant mnrgin of 10 minutes prevented a per.sonfil encounter between the Negro boxers last night at *the Club Ebony, a llroad- way cfibfU'H gave torrid portrrs. Learning that Louis was to night) Louis entered the club. When Informed of Wakoit's «utn- nielits, he declared that he wa.s tired of bickering with Jersey Joe. "He'll'have to sign In two weeks, or he's out.** Pfi/7/ies' fioss Offers Walker 'Last Contract' NEW YORK. Feb 19. 'UPl — Thy ma Jot 1 league holdout situation was Retting to ihn " stand" ,<Uaj;e today with the unhapplmiss being brought out into the open In statements by both players Find club owners. Hob Carpenter, Jr.. president of the Philadelphia Phillies, was the most em pa tie. He made ll plain that the Phillies had frill their "last contract" to outfielder Hairy Walker and that from now on !L was up to him, even if he was the national league halting chnm- pinn of 1947. "He Is very foolish If hp doesn't filBri H." Carpenter said. Thr Dodgers, with 25 of thoir 40 players signed up, wei e net'.inn a little brick i a Ik (mm at ]r;ist three of their . ( .*ni.s even though others j were coming in daily with auto- ; graphed contracts. Outfielder I»cte Reiser, sfiid nt his home in St. Louis thru "1 don't think my dfinantis are too hit; and I'm not Roing to give in " Reiser snld ho i^dn't heard from rjoss Branch Ri'fVy sinre lie smt bark his un.signr-d contract early this week. H riser .siikl lie wasn't too sold on the climate In St. Louis at this j time of year hut thai he mluht ' stay (here until his first pay clay on May 1. H thc Dodders don't make the next move. Outfielder Carl FuriUo, who was the last Dodger to sign ii]> last year, -still is stubborn and suggested after reiurninE t',u> unsiyn- | rd contracts that, he mithi just where each lit turn l".v.i<:k around on the farm up near explanations to re- ' Rending. Pa." I Other Dodger dlr-hnrds were pitcher Jne Ha it en, .srronrl man Eddie Stanky, nnd .*=hoi ustnp Pec wee Reese, all of whom ;in- nouncrd dissattsfarimtt \vith '.vhnt has been offered. Shawnee Juniors Spring Surprise Team Advances in Missco Tourney by Defeating Whirton The fihawnee Juninr hoy capers aclvnncccl lo the riuaiterfintil.s of the Mississippi County Junior High Srhool basket boll tournament at Osceola last night by .surprising tourney officials with a 26 to 12 victory over the strong Whltton five. Whit ton, along with Blythevillc nnd Osceola was considered as a strong prc-tourney favorite and Slmwner'fi victory night now places them among the lop three. In other boys games played last night the Osccoln Junior Reinlnolcs went on a scoilng rampage to oust the Dell Junior Blue Devil* by a 44 lo 15 .score and Gosncll eliminated KeLser from hither tourney I .competition lo the tune of 24 to 10. j In the only RirLs' same played last night the Osceola sextet was forced into a Ihree-mlmile overtime period before nosing by the Manila girls 7 to 6. HcKiilnr play tmded with the 1 score knotted at. B-all and forv,'ard i Shirley Cone, of Osceola, sunk a ! charity toss In the nxtra period to win thc In the only other girls' prime I .scheduled, Missco won over Dell by forfeit. j The BIythcviLle Paps will see act- j ion in tonight's session meeting i Ihe Wilson Juniors In A quarter- j final match. The Paps advanced I to quarter-round play hy winning i their first-round panic from the* Leachville Juniors nnd Wilson defeated Luxor.t In opening play to advance to the quarters. The Ulv- theville-Wilson tilt is scheduled for Other games tonight are Gosnell Kirls vs Victoria at 6 o'clock; Victoria boys vs Dyess at 6:45; Wilson girls vs. Kciser ai 7:30; and Dye.vs girls vs. Osceola at 9 o'clock. 'Y" Cagers Play Final Games in Armory Tonight Blylheville Y's City Basketball League will ring down the curtain nn Its 1048 season at. the Armory tonight with the playing of the linnl three Kames of the seu-wn. Only the cha.mplon.fhip play-off between Ihc and .second hall pennant winner* will remain to be played after tonight's games, an .l there definitely will be a play-off. Everything will hang In the balance of the outcome of one game tonight, the Hays Slore-l/>y Eich Chevrolet lilt. Bui the Grocers, winners of the first half pennant, will have lo meet the Eichers in a play-off game regardless or the outcome of tonight's conical. The main thing lo be decided tonight is how many play-offs will be necessary. Should the Eichors. who are undefeated In second half play, defeat the Grocers tonight, then they will be crowned .second half champions and will mccl Ihe Grocers in n two oul of three game play-of! for Ihe city championship. But should "Grocers win tonight's fracas, it would throw Ihe two teams in a tie for the second half flag, thus necessitating a one-game play-off to decide the issue. Then the outcome of that game would cicckle whether or not a second, ur city championship play-off would be nece.ssaty. In other aamrs tonight the back- slitlin; 1 , V/nkenc'M Service Station (juinit'i uill meet Ark-Mo Power :u tile iivst Riinin at 7 o'clock with the Simpson Oilers meeting Playmore Billiards in the second same at 8. •Ihc H;i>i-Iy)V Eich tilt will gel underway a; y. Chilean President Stakes Claim To Large South Polar Region SANTIAGO, Chile, Fob, 19. (DPI ty over these remote areas derive —President Gabriel Gonzalez VI-. In the first place from the author- |, . dela Is preparing to return home | llatlve and competent decision* of i;?.' after claiming a large part of Ihc: the Spanish crown, to which we. '', South Polar region for Chile as the \ are the legitimate successors In this < a , "legitimate successor" or the Span-1 parL of the world. ; na > ish conciuistadores, reports from' "Proximity alone would give Antarctica said today. i the rights of dominion, but. It was ! Gonzalez made A forma! claim of | felt that the act of manifesting or Chilean sovereignty over a large i expressing this sovereignty requtr- region of Antarctica while riedlcai- [ ed actual occupation of these terri- ing a second Chilean naval base j tories. at the Port of Covadonga, In Gra- i "As chief of slate, I have die ham Land, yesterday. He dedicated , high honor to declare Inaueunied the military establishment 11 r- nardo O'Higglns In this distant territory and I declare explicitly Seeks Zale-Graziano Bout CHICAGO, Feb 19. (UPl— A Michigan City, Intl., light promoter was on his way to Indianapolis today to try to arrange a middleweight championship bout be- Rocky Ornziano and Tony C. Nmmally announced Mon- .K would stage the fight, witli- consultlng representatives of tner fighter or the Slate Ath^tic Commission officials He hopes to straighten the mst- •r out with the Indiana authorl- es today. ' ou CAMDEN, N. J. (UP)—TWO «<•»Sovereignty ! Islands, on • at a farewell iiarty in thc nieht club, Walcott went to the club to wish the champion "bon voyage" and to find out why the champion was insisting upon a third-bout contract. Jersey Joe's timing wns off. He waited lour lours; then u-ent to his hotel for ileep. Ten minutes later near mid- Haas and Locke Favored In New Or/eons Open NEW ORLEANS. LA.,-,Feb. 10.— (UPl—fYed Hans Jr., locnl star who knows every uncnnnv ci'nnny in the Metarle Country club coursp. was ilLstalleti today as co-favorite Stin-s (2 »-iih South Atrlcn's Bobby Locke f: Overman on the first day ot thc JIO.OOO N^w Orleans Open RoH tournament. Haas, who lias zoomed to national prominence In the Inst year, has been playing the Mctatrie lay,- oilt for years and. besides, his father Is the course pro. Fans Squaw.s will return home to enter- | tain teams from Paracould HH;h School in the final home same of the season excluding county tourney play next week. Saturday night they invade Trumann for return matches with the Wildcats and 20 to Paracould Monday niqhl for rc- maiches with (lie Bulldogs which will Iheir 1047-48 schedule. Dox scores: Clirl.s' Gunie Dly'villc. (32i Pos. Trumann 120) ... ill! Hollis ... I.T* Auam , .. (4) Merilotic Hatcher Murray Parker Blyllioville •- L. Lloyd Manorum Is Goifdom's Big j Money Winner Racing Season Opens Monday !n Hot Springs HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Feb. 19.— Good opening week crowds ate expected nt O.iklawn Pavk when thc 30-day racing season p,ct.s underway Monday. There will be eight races daily, with a 2 p.m. post time for the first, race. There will be no racing on Sundays. With the worst mid-winter weather in years behind them, trainers hope to have their horse.i i]i good condition for the event, which yearly attracts thousands of pev.HHis to Arkansas. Job JOO ' Wid • Whisluiiu Shciton .. F . !> P . .. P . . Ci . . G . . G . 'Substitutions: Overman 161. Bailey U>, and White. Trtimann— Sheets. Cox anrl Bradley. Hnjs 1 (lanir that the combined course familiar- I Trumann (391 Po i Jty of Haas and son will make Fred, Jr., a mighty had man to beat. . Fred. Sr.. thinks the winner will have to post at least an eiKht- under-par '26 for 772 holes, but Fred. Jr., thinks 278 will be sufficient. Atkinson <5> Ecurlocx (21 B. Cook 'H> Baker <4> . . T. Cook (HI F .. F .. C . . G .. G Blythevillc i3S) ,!4I Mullen ... f3> Jcrnit;iul I0l Hodge .... (5> Gentry <3> Elliotl Sub.stltutkjiiF,: Tiumann — Curio, E. Harris. J. Harris. Blythevillc — Hardy. Berry ill, and Simon. CHICAGO. Feb. 1!>. itlPi— LJoyd • Manprum, former national open golf j champion, is the leading money winners of the Winter circuit of I tournaments, Ihc Professional GoH- ! ers' Association said todny. L , . " . Mansrum. who plays nm or chl- Auburn s Assistant Line cap;o. has collected S7.088.33 in less ' Coach Takes than two months. He has played in every event, winning the Bing . Crosby tournament and the Rio j Grande Open and finishing in thc money In each of Ihe other evems. ! Jimmy Demaret. Ojai. Cal . is in second plarr in suo.^s earnings -,\ith , SC.048 M Dtlbby 1,'X-ke, r>f Johan, nesherq South Africa, has cut tiie ( , third largest slice of the trmrna- . ment melon, \vlnninc S5.B-I5.8S. ' Others nmoni: the top money winners so far this year are Hen Ho- can. Hcrshey. Pa., .5+.G71.SO: John Palmer. Badln. N' C.. S4.'!65.00: E. ,1 "Dutch" Harrison. York. Pa. S3.8281": Sam Hncad. Hot Springs, Va . J3.521.60l Skip Alexander. Lex- Inston, N. C. S3.062.50: Chandler Harper. Portsmouth. Va.. S2.159.30 and Stan Leonard, Vancouver, C 1 ., fl.814.10. NYU !s Nation's Only Undefeated College Cage Five NEW YORK, Fob- ID. (UP)—The Violet.s of Xrw York Univci-.sity stood filonf ahovc tlin collegiate ba,sketbnll woi-lri tociay, only five gamrA away frnm the Promised Land, of a perfect season. N. Y, U. was left as the only imdpfeatrri rollrcr quintet tn the nation whr-n Princeton upset its Ivy League rival. Columbia, last night. 59 to n-t. in an overtime game in thfi Pi Ljiceton gym. Columbia won its first. 14 games this season. The Violet.? now have racked up 17 victories. Including wins over such recognized powers as Tula tie, Arkansas, Cornell (twice). Missouri. Temple < twice*. North Carolina, and Georgetown. the first naval, Bay, in the George I Tuesday. A document carrying the Chilean cVilm of sovereignty was burled at the site of the base, named It nonor of Bernardo O'Higglns, the first Chilean president. A copy of the document will be deposited at the Ministry of 'National Defense in Santiago. It was possibln the Chilean expedition would be on the way home before the situation In South Po- Inr waters becomes acute. The 8.000-ton British cruiser Nigeria is route to the Falkland Islands in the Renernl area as a hint to an Argentine naval expedition not to "trespass" on Islands Britain claims as her own. Argentina served formal notice on Britain yesterday that it does not recognize existence of European colonies or possessions in Ihe South Polar area. A foreign ministry official asserted his government considers j =^ tr.e Falkland Islands as dependen- j cies and the American Antarctic zone as being within the American security zone outlined In lust year's Rio de Janeiro continental defense treaty. flights Inherited "It would be difficult for me to hide the deep emotion I feel as Ihe day arrives for me to leave Chile's Southei nmost territory," Gonzalez said. 'The rights of Chilean sovoreign- that it falls within the frontiers j £"™ 1 " 1 ";, of our country." Gonzalez, said the fact that the chief of state of Chile could get lo Antarctica from Santiago In a few hours Is "definitive snd inan- swerable" evidence of .sovereign rights. Gonzalez arrived at the O'Higgins base on thc Chilean frigate Covn- rionga dm'lng the morning And then returned to Sovereignty nay In the afternoon. There he boar^vt Ihe navy transport Presidente Pm- to for the voyage home. 1 the Delaware River a good ft^hing i ground. They fished out maniia Haining $5,350 in j tKjndo. 1 ne owner of the bonds, who had reported them stolen, rewarded each. Samuel Morse, best known as an inventor, was an outstanding portrait painter and .sculptor, and even entered the field of politic."*, as candidate for mayor of the city of New York. CSood Idea DUNCAN. OKLA. (UP)— Of fleers of the "Mile of dimes" infantile parilysis fund campain drive here hope this idea is catching. Clyde Quinn, B7, volunteered a dime for each of his age. THEATRE Pride of the LUXORA Community" Dial 4ifil Opens al 6:30 p.m.; Starts 1:011 p-m. AUBURN, Ala.. Feb. 19. <UP) — Assistant Line Coach Tate ^. 'Piiieyt Paso resigned front Auburn yesterday :o bc'comc chair:nan of the Division of Health and i Pliy.sical Education, atiiietic director, and head coach ai Central Mis- ' fotiri State College In Warrensbnrg, Mo. Page, who coached under Carl Voyle.s in 19!1. is a former ir.^h tciiool coach and played tackle at Arkansas Tech nnd at Tulane In 19.12 and '33. Tonight "THE SHOWOFF" with Red Skcltmi, Marilyn Maxwell Warner News and Slinrts Also: Home Movicd RLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY ALLWHm^mE^^E^ Weekdays Knx Office Opens 6:30 p.m. Slnuv Starts 6:4!i p.m. Saturday Ho\ Office Opens I2:4. r > p.m. Show Starts 1:00 p.m. Sunday Bov Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 Thursiliiy & Friday DOUBLE FEATURE RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: Tonight "Queen of the Amazons" with Robert J.nupry A- Patricia Morrison Xews and Shorts Friday and Saturday "PAINTED DESERT" with George O'Brien Cartoon and Olh Chapter "Perils of Xyoka" Friday "Marshal & Saturday of Gunsmokc" wllh Tfx Rillfr anil Russrl! Havden Serial: "Secret Afruf No. 9 Also Shorls HHTUONO UCK PHi« MASSEY • CARSON • LORRt Dir.ti.J by FRANK CAPRA That Night With You" Frnnrhot Tone ami Sn/anne Fns\er Serial: "Daughter of Don Q" Also Carinon New Theater Manila's finest Shntvs KVKKV MCilrr Box Opens Week I>ayu 7:0fl p.m ST^lince Saturday & Sunday Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. ConL Showbic TONIGHT "Northwest Outpost" with Nelson Eddy and IlEona Massey Also Shorts Friday "JACK LONDON" with .Michael O'Shca and Susan HaywaH Also Short Subjects Saturday 'MYSTERY RANGE" with Tim Tyler Selected Short Subject* B. ' "I'M ALL SET FOR SPRING . . . ARE YO U?" IF NOT. ..THERE'S NO REASON, YOU GET EASY CREDIT HERE! Does your tractor need repairs before you can tin anv appreciable work this sprlnc? If so, don't Iry In rln it yourself if you know little nhnui Ihe "inner-workings' of a tractor. And don't trust expensive machinery to .the hante of an amateur. Instead, brine it to Delta Implements Inc. for real International an- proyed repair hy skilled mechanics. !)„„'( | c , m( ,' GfNU/Nf I-H PARTS 3/2 SOUTH2"? ST. PHONES63 Citation Easily SVins Hialeah Track Handicap MIAMI. Fia . Feb. ID. iUP>— Ci- , tation today *a« a !',!rther stand- I Hi! favoiile Inr the SiO.OCfl Flam-i n;o staV.f.s here and the Kentucky j ;>c:by alter Iv-x impressive win ye.i- ! trrriay in the EverRladr.-; l-.jinrilcsp j Despise she fact that Jre'key AI j Snicicr kept thr Calumet farm coll I Ir.rottJed for most of the mile and i a fuikiiit: rnut?, he carried his 126- pouncl load in 1:W—ju.^t tour-fifths .|....ndi off the tr.ick record lo head Hvpnos by nearly a '.englh and '.iveri:nE by tlvp lengths. It *as his 11th win in 12 starus. 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