The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 18, 1946
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\V10DN USD AY, DKCEMLJKU 18, 19-16 Bill McFarland Heads '47 Chicks Troyior Selected as Alternate Captain; •, Squad Attends Banquet Dill Wayne McFarliind wtis plect- c-d c-itptain and Harold Traylor alternate- captain of the 1947 Chick SJ'Jd squad by team members at klhe annual football Banquet given lasl nighl in the liijjh school cafeteria for Chicle and Papoose grid- men by the Chickasaw Athletic Club. In an (.'lei-lion before the banQUet, members of the Paps sq'.tad named Jhniny Gamer as their choice for captain of this year's team. During the season, a team captain had been designated for each game. Principal speaker was Came\ Laslle, former Chick mentor now head line coach for the University »! Kentucky. Mr. Uislie spoke on football as a builder of confidence. II2 pointed out to the boys pre- •ss'nt the necessity of applying.them selves toward obtaining an education with their athletic activities Dialing Unit they should apply themselves to "be the bi.'st, not second best," Mr. Laslie advised ilu'm to set their goals high. M:-. l/islie. whose teams here in H'34. "Aa anil '30 won 28 consecutive victories, lauded the Ciilcka- Miw Athielic Club's }>lan to bring a physical cciucitlion program to tirade school children. Following his talk, Mr. Laslie showed moving pictures of the KPimifky-Micliigan Suite football same. W. B. Nicholson, .superintendent of .schools, announced that a balance of approximately $100o re- imimrcl from the 19« football season receipts. The last of the stadium bDiuis liavc been retired by receipts from this year's games. Mr. Nicholson also announced, removing this rxye.mliUue. from nit lire budgets. C. O. Redman, president of the ChiLjkasaw Athletic Club, introduced meir.bers of the club's Advisory Committee and Mr. Nicholson introduced members of the Board of Kducalion. Coaches Bill Godwin and Pirnuin "Nig" Bynnm were presented with Rifts by Gerald Blomeyer on behah of the Chick team. Coach "Pop" Moslcy was presented with a gilt by E. B. Gee on behalf of the Paps. L'jtlermen and members of both tea:ns were introduced by the coaches. Miss Rosa Hardy, Principal of the Senior High School, was a i;uest. Max B. Reid, president of the .school board, presided as master ot ceremonies at the banquet. Bl.YTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Captains of Chicks 1947 Foot-ball Team Dapper Gambler Grid Gambling Bosses Reap $25,000,000 PAGE SEVEN Denies Charges Court Delays Ruling On Whether to Release Defendant on Bond KKW YOUK. Dee. II!. lUl'l — Jmlw VraiKis Valcim- suid lie would iiili 1 iDiln.v mi whether rtli'ln I'aris. :w|i!>er Ihoadway iwmblcr accused : >( nyinii to -Ha- » p,- u | 00 i^all Hume, .shall i;o free nn ball a In-e- «*<* (Courier NVws a!l<-mate captain Bill Moral-land i right I wax nuined captain and Harold Ti-nylor ilcf Chick uric! squad lasl nighl ui Ihe aiinnnl rootlwn banfiiict at ih'p. hi a h sd-ool Tiiev were the. banquet by fellow Chick IcUermen. MeFarl.-ind. playing right halfback and ' were n ground-anliiing and score-making eoiiilj,,:atlon in this .season's names Traylor. at lofi 1017 nlnu half. I'm 11 v..j airalnijcd yislcrday nn l*vo i-iHiiils ol bribery, one count I'lmisinj; tic tiled Ui bribe fullback M:IK- Hupcs ol Hie New York Plants awl [|,(, oilier nninliiK Hull- o.i-k I'Vauii. Kilcliock as Ihe objei'l "I Hie ntlemptcd b:lbc, anil pleiul- •I iiiiiu.-i.-nl. Duller usiiul Icmil pro- cedui.' bull ilii-n would have been set, bin Asslitiml OlMih-i Attorney ("iconic .\lemi\Klwii 1,-rovliJed „ sen'- '.vlii'n he opDoscu ball and UK CHICAGO, Dec. 18. .- UJl') — t'Viii'iul iiiii'iits \\lni make gnmbllhK ' .inve.slltiailons (heir business c.stl- muIed lodny thai mnnblois reaped piddls totiilllnx SH5.000.000 (Ills M'IIMIII from operallr.r. of a niituin- nldc fiiotbiili bellliiK MKlli'ntc, 'I' 1 Investlyators u-ariun Hint the MidlciMe'.s fiperaltons Ihrealen lo "ronlnmhmle' 1 InU'i'-cnlteulitte footbull. They raid the iitlcmpi lo brllje iiiembiT.s of the Mew York (jlanls profesMunaP footbnll leniii wns "Inevitable," and warned that similar ovcrliuvs mlitlil be made In I lit! luluie (u ecilU'ns sliu.s, Vltxl] I'elei'Miu. seeretai'v u[ Hie hlcano Ci'Imi' Coiimils.sluu. u rcc- unUcil [inlhorlly nn the syndicate's wldi'.spreait ncllvltles mid in- volvi'ii oulnrowths, suld lie '•wouldn't ''<• nl all .siii'pi'lM'd if attempts Tournament Game Goes Into Overtime Chicks 'B' Cage Team to Play In Tournament Leachville Plans Cage Tournament For the first time in its case history, Leachville High School will ftagc a holiday invitational totir- nament bcEinuing Dec. 26. Blytheville will be represented as school officials here have accepted an invitation to enter the contest. The tourney will be held at this time so that iii e h school alumni home for the holidays may witness the games. High schools entered so far include Senath. Mo.. Blytheville, Gosnell and state High School in Jonesboro. The Leachville Lions and Lionesses round out this week's work with three cage tilts, slated for tonight. Friday an<| Saturday nights. Tonight the Lions journey to Dell for a return game. Friday night they meet the Netlleton Red Baifi- ers on the home court. Coach Dorse Keller's boys and girls squads face their, test of the season Saturday night when they meet strrcig cage competition from Catholic High School in Memphis. Probable starters in the Lions' line-up include Adams and Pierce, forwards; Scott, center; Showne 1 .' and Jackson, guards. Probable starlers for the Leachville girls arc Parsley. Scott and Shipley. Results of basketball games played last night throughout North Mississippi County follow. Highlighting last night's tilts was the first half of the first round ol the shawnee Invitation Tournament, in boys' teams play, Shawnee edged out Lepanto by a narrow 31 to 30 margin in an overtime game. The score was tied at 28-28 at the end. of the regulation period. The Osceola boy;; eked out a close 23 to 21 win over Wilson. In the girls' play-offs. Wilson put down Osceola 33 to 23 and Shawuee nosed out Lepanto 27 to 23. These winners will meet vic- to:s in tonight's first round winclllp In semi-finals tomorrow night, l-i- nalists play Friday night. Leachville Lions and Lionesses J-plit a double-header with Senath. Mo., cagers last night at Lunch-' ville. The Lions won their game 39 to 22. with the Senath sextet copping the girls' tilt 33 to 20. Cooler. Mo., boys and girls squads won both games against the Gosnell Pirates and Piratettes last night on the winners' court. The Cooler boys won by a 32 lo 19 count and the girls defeated the Piratettes 25 to 15. The Manila Lions split a twin- bill against Luxora last night on the home court with the visiting girls winning 23 to 11 and the Lions quint scoring a 36 to 21 v. in over the Luxora boys. The Chicks' "ti" squad and Hlytheville oirls sextet travel Joiner tonight where they play in the last hair of the first round of the Shawnce invitation Tournament. The Bees «iil meet the Luxora quintet and Ihe niylhcvillc Girls encounter the Luxora Girls. Winners or these games will meet last nicht's wniners in the semi-finals tomorrow night. Kinals are slated for play-ofr Friday night. Game time is 6;'jo. Harold Traylor will act as captain and Bob Mullen as alternate captain for the "I)" squad this season. Coach Hill Godwin announced (his morning. Schedule for tonight's play-offs follows; Blytheville Girls vs. Luxora Girl. Manila Boys v.s. Dyess Boys. Minila Gills vs. Dyess 6Iris Blyllwvillc "B" Boys v.s Ilovs. Razorbacks Lose to NYU " t( ;!Cage Experts poli.e iU'p:i:tment not a call suylnu nn iitieiii;!i ml|;hl be made on the Blur tier's life n he were freed. I'o- l!ee ehnri!« that Paris Is ••front mini" tor a New Jersey ijamhlinij symli.-ate, and said they honed to nail (he :,vndleiile th'ctuuh I'ir s IX-in«,-. Ca m,M.l Ceasar ih?r,i I n l«Tul e.\|i:.j't who defeiuled vice • overidard Link ,' Lurlnno, c haltei'i;-' I'd MunuKhnn'K repurl ol llw threiil. and Valr-nle told MoniiRliun to iiroihicc pnior of his slatellient. iHjJiuslnut sa!<! lie would bj able lo do .MI, mill the hearing reressesl. When it resumed. Valente Incx- phd'bly moved the scene lo Ins chaiv.b.Ts, barred newsmen, and lieuril ustlmim.v by two unldentl- Med wllnesses. pre.sumab'.y pollri!- im-n lelllnu of the call. Monachal! and iiarru were present, but would nut viimment other Hum to admit two witnesses were lieasd. lanilntUe cnlli'iir toolljall" "If ni>l." he Milt), "t-ontanilnallon eeilnlnly Is a huklii« damjer." Cm- serious scanilal Involving a 1 U;ani. In- said, would shake NEW YORK, Dec. 18.—I UP I — New York University retained It.s place aiucini; ihe nation's leadini; baskrtball tennis today after an easy 07 to 40 conquest of Arkansas, but shared attention with Tex- whose .17 to 46 win over Long Island u. was Its sixth straight. NYU. .seeking its third straight triumph, trailed at th,. half. 27 to 21. IIS .si.X-fOOt-10-illcll CiCOI'BH Kolt paced Arkansas to lead, but won eolni! nivny in the last half after a new defense kepi Kok away I rum the bucket. Sid Tancnbailm ' E t>l 21 tioinis and Don Fonniin ac lor NYU, and Kok scored ID. Le Bonheur Horse Shov/ Date for 7947 Advanced dny that the 1947 l,i- llonhenr Horse Show would be switched from !r Se-pl ember lo June for the L-nxoia f h. st (,„„. , n |ls cl( , ]l( . ycill . his(n ,. y . i The show will run June W-22 In- I ellcslvp The change wns made lo "clear i the. «-ay for the revival ot the Mid- South Fair." tentatively scheduicd for early October. t'aih. a L>a-> laljiu;-.- and ,-:f| ines. .signed, a Hull •ar-old nltilit club ilie lu many eho- conle.sslim Snuiluy hi- olfetud llsiises and KiiL-hoek $i,l>0(l cuch. plus, the |;i«i:-eeds of a S1.0UD bi't. If they ivoald make sure the Chicaiui .Dears won the playoif name by more • him li) poinis. Chicago won by J:ist 1(1 points. Tcaiiiy it was indicated Hint Paris will repudiate that |.onfcssimi. Ills associate lawyer, William Hreslln. told iiiwiieis i hat Paris had admitted no bribe attempts. DUS dniiiace" lo ihe .sport. Wiilnh. ihe .hwllee Uepiirlniciit's raid Ilial as yet no violations of federal' ]nw luivu been uncovered He said, lumiver. Ihul ihe .svndi- eale Is Known In b,. operalini' a well-orniini/e<l lip .service. wild aee vi'cll qualified {'f the- job keep a dose watch over inajoi- Icanis diiiinu dally praclice sc.s.'lons. Walsh said, and relay in- foiniiidon to the syndicate. 'This Information, lie mill, l.s the basis tor the o<lds w-l by I he syndleiile on "pnrluy cards" distributed lo I ho public. Walsh .salt! (hal ihe "point, .system" of bellinn would lend lo make xliir [ilnyers .siiseepllble lo appniach Ijy liuinb'llnu interesl.s. Under the .svslrin. betlors wauor on the 111:11- Kln of vlclory. Thus. Walsh jiolnled out. two or llnei- slni-s on u heavily favored team could reduce the wlnnlni; nun-Bin Inlcnlionnlly with on I throwing the Kaine and without al- ticllni; their tenin's record. Thp New Orleans Pelicans of Ihe Southern A.sioclalinn acquired I href player.s today—I'ilrlier Tom H'lnk.'l. Cciilerflcldei' Pete Kruns and I'l lin.'.einan .Inhn Kenseckc. Kunkel pitched for Atlanta butoru golill! to St. Paul of the Anvj/ioan Association, lie won la ijaiiKrs in- eludlng a no-hitler In titifi, Krans was oljtalned in a player swa|> with San Antonio. Catcher Marcus Carrolu i;i>lni! lo the Texas League. Kcnsecke was purchawd (loin Scrant(in of Ihe Ku.stcrn Leaniu; Middleweight Champion, Tony Zale, Wins Award NK\V YORK. Dec. UI. (Up. Mlilillcwpliiht Ohinnpion Tony /.ule » soft-snokcn. clean-llyln^ roi-nn-i sleelworker wlimi: victory •*•<• Uocky Climlano wns one rrf tit, Ihrlllinn In t \, lts history, lod-i.v wns the winner of Ihe Kdward .i Nell award ror Ihe innn who nii'd( Ihe ontslandlin; fontrllmllon ti hoxlnii In 10-K1. The Now York Uoklnu Wrllei- A.s.sodallon liiiaulnimirtly nainei: '/Mil- of Clary. Ind.. «i |j s ineetlnn yesterdiiy. unil at thu .same tinu vnted Us anuunl awaril for loiir- MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Dec. 18. ....... '. <UPt— Humphrey Polk, chairman I Pelicans Buy or the Memphis Horse Show As- i iCL-iatlon cominlttec. announced lr ,- | NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 1U (ijn> - I Taking No Chances ' BATON ROUGE. La.. Dec. UI. (UPi—Coach Bernie Moove was cte- tennined today to give hi.s ana Slate University Tigers phniy of practice bofore Christinas to keep the squad in shape for the New Year's Cotton Bowl game against Arkansas at Dallas. The Tigers were kept on the Uriel last night practicing under the lights. Moore was worried lost his nun "eat too much turkey" duritui n four-day Chri.slnias holiday starling Sunday. START THg NSW YKA.R WiTM YH^SE QmCE FIXTURES BACK AGAIN forwards; Lyrely, Apperson and Bailey, guards. Oil Space Heaters New & Used complete line Bathroom Supplies • Closer Combinations • Shower Stalls Fresh .Supply i Closet Seats Electric Water Heaters All in stock Now! 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