The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1946 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 11, 1946
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PAG* SIX BH5 Girls Win First Cage Game Cluck*' "B" Team Loses to Boys From i Holland, Mo., 40-27 The Blytheville Chicks' boys "B' ttun and the Senior girls sextet opened their basketball season last night by splitting a double-header with Holland, Mo., squads. The Chick girls won their opener 32 to 24 but the "Q" squad fell victim to the Holland bovs by a 40 to 27 count. Taking an immdeialc lead, the Holland boys forged steadily ahead, Increasing^ their lead every quarter. The visitors led the halftime score, I9 ; to 12. Both' squatis showed openlng- nlfht • lack of expedience and coordination, and ooth offenses aim defenses were ragged. Kenley. Holland guard, led scoring with 14 points, followed oy Leon Duclos, Chick forward with 9. • After a slow three squaitors with both teams scoring evenly, the Elytheville Senior Girls came' to (lie in,the last period, made up a four- point deficit and jumped ahead to win. Forward Bonnie Ball found (he hoop consistently lo amass 24 o! the team's 32 points and lead scoring by a heavy margin. Her scoring sparked the girls' fourtii- )»J-iod winning sprint. Pinkston oi 'Holland was ritmier-un with 11 tallies. _ .,._ Starting line-ups and box scores follow: ' Boys Gaino BjTtheville !2»] r os . Holland (40) Mullen (8) .....F Ash!cy ,,, L.'Duclos (9) ..P.'.. Correil 13) •McDanie) I7)..C.. J. p A riisti id) Traylor <2) ....G smith , G) Sykes (1) .... G.... Kenlev (14) Substitutions: Blythcvillc—MeFar- land, Leggctt, Ncedham. Bcsharse King. Holland—C. Parrish (1) M-Crary 18), Avis. Reeves. Girls Game BlytheviHe (34) ]> os Holl-ind 1211 B. Ball 124) ;.P. Wilson (2) p'_ W. WUenliunt G] M * n " ; G.. Barbara "wiiiuie Substitutions: Blytheville—L Overman, Widner (C), White. Holland —Temple (21, Marie. Wilson Referee: E. p. Jones. United Press-NBA All Southwest Conference BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Your All-SoiKlnvcsl Conference nninctt by Uiiitcci Press-NBA is as follows: Above, left l- light: Bobby 1*1 WrlKlu . Pi llks t otl <] U . Cannon (8) procto,. (3) Hetty Whittle Fr ,, Chick Cagers Get Assignments to 'A' and 'B' Teems Assignments to "A" and '-B" I?"?'! 8 °L' tlle 28 Chlck <=«K«ncn that tu, ncd out for this season's work were tmnoun.-crl last ni-iht l>v Coach Bill.Godwin. ( ' "A'' team cayers inciurie Jimmy Stafford (caplain), Dan Caldwell, P._D. Paster. Marion Gav. Dudley, ftardy. Dill Elliott. Prenlis Jernf- ' ^an. MMD Simon, Jack Elliott, H C. Allen,- Roy Smith. Benny Gen- Hod e W " F " zlu ' sh :lrul R - B- i>m!' " T1(! ''"" B "'"SQilart are Bobbv if" i"' °" Dllc| os. Bob iMcDaniei Haroin Trnylor, ji mmy S yke, Billy McFarland, Charles Liggett Jordar & etd ' la "'' °°» Beshiirse, Ki llg ; I-rank Scnbner and .Ji»»k Duclos. Drawing Cards Santa Anita Handicap Draws Field or 125 For Richest Racing Purse ARCADIA, Cul., Dec. 11 (UP> — An, inlernallonal field of 125 H W oughbretls, including the chain" of the United states, Europe unn honlli America, was nominated today for the Ifltli miming O f t'>c Santa Anlia Handicap, the worl'l's richest liorse race, on March 1 Giving the Held '.lie greatest ' lernational flavor of any major event in the f,00-odd years of raclii" history, were 22 nurses tramSEnt" Inncl, Ireland. Argentina and Clihv and 103, including «2 slake ner.s. fro^n ihe United Slates Foreign horses have won (he event twice. Aziienr from Irelaut mm m 1935 and Kayak II from Argentina, in IMS. Assault, tiie triple crown chain pioii and greatest single season's money winner in iu r f historv 1 the world's leading moitiy win mug (illy, and Armed, tbe handir-i' Will!, headed the U. S. stars w!'o were named f ur lhc -' KaM<;n ,,,,,'.. of a mile and a quarter. Trippi Is Tops, NASHVILLE, Tenn.. Dec. 11. fUPl —Charlie Trippi. All-Ainericr.n halfback from Georgia, polled nine out of 12 first place votes to vln the Nashville Banner's award 'is the most valuable player in I he Southeastern Conference lotto v Trippi is the 12th player to wm ZiVic Downs Britton MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 11. (UP, -Pntzie Zivic, formar wcltcrtt-iMit chaininon,. last night won n ,^ .cnnd decision over Bobby Bill ;on, of Miami, son of former -vti lerolBht .king Jack BriUon "'" hnf,i f' Ca y W °" hlS third sl «'iBlH bcmt from young Britton and ; ,!n^" 1'ot I,,,,, n «,-iy in (he seventh vo-md" Charley Jerome, Memphis { i« c i- sioned Buddy Thomas, Washinst'n, "• C., m the semi-wlndup. MOW yoa can bay... REPAIRS and ACCESSORIES ...m Washington's Senators Get f. Mancuso I-Vank Mancuso, catcher from •Houston. Texas, who was traded reci-ntly to the Washington Senators by the St. Louis Urowns in a inuii-for-niaii vxcliaiige for catcher Jak? Early, received his early tr:'.inlii|{ playing f 0r niytheville in Liu; No:theasl Arxansas league in lie was owned by the New York Giants at the time-and after batting 2U7, went, to them as u third htrint' catcher. Released after two year.-, with Die Giants, he caught with Miiskogcc in the Western As- i scL'iailoii. The St. Louis Browns «ut him by buying Muskogee and sent him to their San Antonio farm in the Texas league, where he spent a year as regular catcher. Following a medical difoharge from a paratroop unit, Junncuso went back to San Antonio and was' rivalled by the .Browns the follow-' Ini! year. He played In the World! S?ms between the Cards and the Browns in 1S44. | He Is the brother of Ous Mancuso, who spent 15 years in the! m:j3r leagues with lie Cards ami I C-iants. and who i s now managhufi Into m the Texas leairue : Fair and Far WRDNRSDAY, DECEMBER 1l' Atlanta's Ball Park Gamblers Get Sentences t ATLANTA. Qa., Dec. 1), (UP)— Thomas Lee Grant, and Nelson Duncan were under sentence today to pay $500 lines and srwjxl a y fi ,y in prison after their conviction on charges of booking bets at fonuv de r.eon Park, home of the Atlan:.i Crackers, last summer. A Jury yesterday found the pair guilty of wagering S4 lo $1 that a certain batter would not hit -i •'''• ball. Eight other defendants still face trial. One man vras aaiuituo bscauso the state couki not. iirovc lie inaintainecl a e.-.ming place in the hall park. Nina Dumbadzc in All-Union Jiunt atliletes' contest al Dnie- propetrovsk, Fiussia, rc-porK-dlv Ihicw discus 50 incleis 50 cc-nlunelers. which would be nt.v world record :or women Previous mark was 4031 ,-•-.. ten, established »>v CerniaVi.' Drowns in Mine Shaft Cl.ARKSVILLE, Ark, Dee n ai.l'.i-Funernl services vill he beM tomorrow nl Spadra' Chirence Mills. I son of Mr.! and Mrs. rjlarniioe | Mills, wb ( , W Bs drowned Moiirlay : when he fell into an ahanrtoned inline shaft near his home. Surviving are his parents, ono'Howard Moon During his lifetime, the •iver.i.uc man shaves 20 .square miles of face. WAKNING OltlMRIl In the Ohaneery Court, Chicka- sa«ba District, Mississijipj (^iiuii- ty, Arkansas. I La Vnda Davis Plaintiff. vs. Nn. 9377 Hugh M. Davis Dcfendiinl,. The defendant HuKli M. Davis is hereby warned to appear within i thirty days in the court named in j the caption hereof and answer tile complaint of the plaintiff Le Vad'a Davis. Dated this 2 day of Dec., 194G. HARVEY MORRIB, Clovlc ; .By Mary Lee .Jarratt, D. C Ed B. Cook, Atty. for Pltf. Ally, ad Litem. let fhe BOYS take over Ilrnry Ford rcclccoraleil Hui Lodge, Boirliimi. KnyJaml air! ie stored it to the state of 'preservation it wus .in when Hcnrv VII courted Anne Uolcyn tliere.' 1 Hie news!)a|)cr'.s annual Suiitliciistern coaches. Pol! 10YEICH Chevrolet Co. ~flf" Anjrl Radio Service ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. 2 »6.»s w . REPAIR SERVICE Any Moke or Model 1 to 2 Days Serrie* W« Call For and Deliver PHONE 2642 Fred Callihan MOTOROLA 8*fes and Service 1M Smith Finrt g men arc turning to the exciting, handsome new styles AQUA-PRUF HATS have designed (or comfori and smartness. These fine iur Mis ato trealcd to keep dry on rainy days . . . detailed to keep you looking handsome on sunny days. Comfosi- ablc as always . . .in gay. new colors. $10 — $12.50 — $15.00 Our hoys' <lf|»;irlmcnl i s chofk full of !i;ir<1- IO-KCI it ums that your hoy needs. Our buyers have coin lied the marla-ls in itssein- l)Iin« for you u truly jr,- w ,t>rlmenl of hoy's wo:ir. Uriny you yiiiinfr s t ci . j n (o . d:iy and lot us furnish him with a cr.ii)- plelc outfit. All fine ciusilily inerdianclisc :it re;iKoi-;iljlL> prices. BOYS SUITS Fine finality all wool ;in<l part wool tailored lor durahility and s^wnl looks. pk'le sixes up to is years of a <;e. $8.75 to 18.95 SPORT COATS nrossy woolen sport coats in smarl tones •' ml sol.d colors. Many offered in plaids and cnci'ks. S7.50 Mackinaws Overcoats Shirts Sweaters There's nleiily of Inn? Tine q u-i I i t y linvv Tl 'ese winter ivri'iit wear and warmth hi nvem.als lo l<f'.-i> hiiu^ sllirls wi " '"'•<*<•• him '* """' -, 'l is " lav nf HIM,' Ion.,, bdllcil stu,. warm and snn- S'/c; happy. Wool Haniicls in ..t „ ' ' al '"'" '" >vs miirkinaws. Heavy duly, up In 10. Viiiiuns cot,,rs I llail1 ^ I'ralllri'il in .... . ;' s " s - ''""'ivcis tin- tliiiix (m- i-,,l.( l-'cill ,.,,i K, allow r,,, |!,',.' """-v ilrsistis. i.iclu:lin- ', • , Kl ^'" i - I" re,!. H'l-alhcr. youngster's unni-th. P '' li>il!s - ^'"^ in color- ,,",,'•'" vllr """ i "'-'•'"' fill patterns (oloi.s. S9.95 SI 1.40-12.95 S 1.99 - 2.49 5 ^c JOE ISAACS, Inc Serving Blytheville More Than 40 Years !>honc 3331 ' 223 West AM in SI Scarce? We have 'cm DUNGAREES Yes sir Komiine denim'thin^rees thai lhc hoys Jill n ( , f or ! M;l( | 0 rolIKh anj , (()tl< , (l s !im! iih-nly <)!' wcitr. For bovs si/es •; (o In years. S2.31 Coveralls Here's iumlher source iicni now nvailiiliJo to y, HI . (jeiuiitie khaki sanforued. (Won't shrink ovor 1^'.) I'or hoys from I lo S rears (il ;i!>e. S1.98 SPORT SUITS Leather Coats JACKETS Just received a larsc sliiiniinif n tn ' s ,,, la , rvcrv ,„,,. , ,„,.-. , . . : n ^,:::r;:"r-? <si r — — : --«"-" K^^sin:,:^^ , ', ; f " r bn)s ' '" !:ol "l '<•••• Solid leather, full li,, ct l ,. OLlls These two lone rfTcH styles arc colors oi blue or brown. A wid.- that rtally break the wind Sin-s r °" C '' ani1 r "SRcd Ino! Al'l cnuip- selecl.on in r !,o» se f ton> . G ,„ , 8 " s^s'c'' 1 """ fr ""' fll)s " ros - S3.98 9.75 -10.95 4.95 - 5.95 I. ROSENTHAL Inc. Phone 2562 Blytheville, Ark. FOR SALE Craftsman lathe 11" x 4' AH fouls iiu-liKlins milling ;,(_ lachmenl. -Y, u.v. MnllH . ,,„ y Drill Press Bench mo ,|,.|, y, „,, M()(or Electric Welder 20 to ::«S amps., 1?>0 sin«l P „,,„,. T. L. MABRY «3 MISSOURI ST. IF YOU NEED— Walk In Boxes Dry Coolers Ice Cream Boxes or Any Heavy Refrigerator for Immediate Delivery CALL Stcclc 17F22 DIXIELAND SERVICE EI.LIS POOLE, Owner ft M er . Highway CI Mnrlh al HOLLAND. MO. New Theater Manila's Finest Shows KVtltY NMC1IT Maiinee Salurilay & Kiimlny Box Opens Week l>ays 7:0" fi.ra. S:it.-Sun. I ji.m. font. Slmuln't Wednesday & Thnrsilny "Wife of Monte Ct-isto" With .lolm I.nilcr .Short Op«n B.-.10 p.m.; Show Star« 7 p.m. Wednesday & Thursday "THE RETURN OF FRANK JAMES" Henry Fonda, Gene Tiernev News of the- Day Shorts CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" WKKKIIAVS Box Office Opens G: I", n.m. Show alarts 7:00 Wednesday & Thursday 'An American Romance' (In Technicolor) Hrian Ihmlevy, Dan Kirhards Serial: "Zorro's Itlack Whip Cli:i]ilcr 1C Also .Shorts RITZ. THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday 'Aloma of the South Seas' with Dorothy t.anniiir and .Ion liaii News ami Comedy

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