The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1946 · Page 8
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PACKEIGfiT Dyess, Wilson Win Tourney Blytheville Player, Bill Elliott, Named on All-Tournament Team Dyess Boys and Wilson Girls came off top teams In finals of the Shawnee Invitation Tournament pluyed list night at Joiner, both winning by similar scores nml receiving Iro- phies as tourney winners, The D.vess Boys detailed Osceola 47 to 31 and (he Wilson Girls downed Luxorn 46 to 31. Sportsmansliij) trophies went to the Manila Boys squad and the Shawnee Girls siyctet as the trams showing the most sportsmanship in their playing. In the selection of All-Toiirn?.- inenl teams, Blythcvlllc was represented by Bill Klliotf, Chick "K" guard. Other caecrs named lu (he All • Tournament B«ys (cam wort Ledford of Dyess and Bannister •I Osceola, forwards; Wiseman of Osceola,-center; and Clantun ,«f Dyess, guard. All-Tournament Girls team choices were Mary Hyals of WiUan, Overbey of. Shawnee and Mitchell of Luxora, guards: Merle Ryn'.s of Wilson, Gray of Luxorn and Davis of Dyess, forwards. In the Boys finals Inst night, Dyess took an immediate lead and at one point in the first' half, led Osceola by a 24 to 2 count. Hal/time tally was 27 lo 10. Dyess A second-half rally by Osceoln holpeJ decrease the final margin. Ledford of Dyess nnd Bannister of Osceola shared high-scoring honors with 17 points each. Rogers r,f Dyess was runner-up with 12 (nines and Wiseman of Osceola followed with 10. . The Wilson sextet took commnnd early In the girls' lilt nnd never r-- llnquished It, leading by n 31 lo 16 count at halftlme. Merle Hyals of Dilson led scoring byja heavy mnrgin as she nimtssscl an individual score of 34 points Gray of Luxora was runner-up with 13, followed by Lei,,- of Wilson with seven. Ensign Coppedge, Chick Grid Star, To Play in China Ensign John <Bo) Coppedge former Chick tackle, has been llown n-om his ship at Guam, the destroyer USS Chevalier, to Shanghai, China, to play in the Army- Navy football game there New Years Day, according to word received here today. Ensign Coppedge was a stand-out "e Chicks, in 1939 and graduation from Bly,11 . . —-=-- School, he attended Virginia Military institute, from f« ckler *"• At(?r Fallback Bus Merles, 80, of Los Angeles Dons balances on hi' finger lips pass llial could have broken 17-17 tie in game wilr Chicago flockels in Los Angeles Coliseum. In the clear over jjoa' lime with Norman Cox, 65, and Walt Williams, 82, Ilocket back: trailing, Merles dropped the ball. I Lawson, Moody Booked With Canny, Roberts JJIU Canny and Red Roberts return Monday night lo throw Ihch combined weight al Buck Lawson and Jack Moody In a tag match al the Legion Arena. After dropping a grudge battle to I.eo .Newman nnd Carlos Rotl- rlqiKz last week, Canny and Roberts will be reaching deep Into 'ao- atl ° f 8rnl) > )lln S tricks for a In their last few appearances here, this duo. sparked by Cannv's "iron fist," has turned In a miaii- BLYTMEVILLK (AUK.) COURIER NEWS tily "hit of ihe Ail-Time Chick Balloting to End Friday Uiilloting In Ihe sel'jetioi by ssrlil fans of an "All-Time Chicks" eleven will culnil:iiU3 in Ihe announcement ••>{ results in next Saturday's edition of Ihc Courier News. Consequently, nil bal'.rtr, must. be received by ihs Couii«r Sports Desk not Inlex- ihnn Frlilny nftcrnoon to nj conntcti in naming of "All-Time Chicks." Tulane Meets Southern California NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 21. (Ul'l — Southern California, Rose Howl ^mmer-up, and Tulane met hero Inday In the nation's final fooUjriil game between major opponents oo- forc Ihe New Year's Day bowl"but- tles. The crowd was estimated vi 35,000. The lineups: Tulane Heidcr .... Franz ..... Deramce .. Rice .'. Bourgeois . Villars 1 Tnrzetti ... Eilender .. Fortlei 1 .,. Waller ... Price Pos. So. California L.E. L.T: b.G. . ' C. II.G. R.T. R.E. q.b. L.H. H.H. P.B. Essk'k St:-.ll McCornnck ... Gnrzont .... Asuivrc .. Callmian ... Murphy Dull Music k Un - ' ,, ... M . , in. he received an appointment-,ner, c,a. Tech £H , ? avnl AWcmy at Anna- Polls, Mel, He played guard for Na>y for three years nnd was graduated and commissioned from the rf - t "L i " the Sprl "S of lhf s J'car. HC: .15 the nephew or Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Coppedge of Blytheville. Referee: Buck Cheevcs. Georgiaumpire: S. H. Sunders, Texas A. & M.; field judge: J. T. Slate. Allnnru A. p.: head linesman: George Gai'd- Rencws 5-Year Contract -,;,„ • Miss., Dec. 21 W '-Coach Allyn McKecn renewed a five-year contract w 111, Mississippi State College today ending, speculation that he was cchcei .uled.to seek another job ba ** cKecn has served us' head foat- 5o^i' C ° lrcctor D »rty Noble klso signed n five-year contract. Grocery Firm's Employes Guests at Dinner/ Here A 'coon dinner for employes of ge Lee Wilson Wholesale Grocery B was hclri ""rarsilay Ozark Weather Hits Razorback Grid 'Practice PAYE'ITEVILLE, Ark.. Dec. 21. — (UPi—Arkansas' football tciim is behind In its conelltlonhia for the Cotton Uo-.vl game, Coach John Bnmhlll said today, because bad weather lias hampered all preic- Ile said ho. had given up on Arkansas weather, although another practice will be called loday. and hoped Ihut Texas would be belter when the Hanoi-backs move to Waco fur ihc lust week of drill for the encounter with Louisiana State. of rough wrestling . ' Cln »' ll j l evcrythlne" variety. Iheir methods arc uninhibited and unhampered with scientific tech- Jack Moody usually starts slowly but woiks up momentum and his wrestling Is in direct proportion to his temper, becoming rougher 'is he becomes more irked with his opponent. His prize hold is a Sti angler Lewis head-lock, and it usually spells a pinning for someone when he brings It into play. Duck Lawson returns to (.he Lesion Arena Monday night after an absence of two months from local bookings, in his last appearance here Oat. 21, he shared the limelight with Bill Steddum in a sliitjfcst between Uicm thai high- i lighted that tag scuffle. Lawson can deliver a clean, scientific brand of grappling but In this bout, showed thill he could also slug with the lust of lliciii. This particular exchange of blows la.steel for ci«hl solid minutes without Icl-up. He and Steddum pounded one another with wild rights nd lefts iinlll they both ended up " their knees, punching bllndely av.-son out-lasted Steddum in the liefest and finally collapsed ou oo lo win the fall. In two one-fall prelims, Lawson ill tangle with Canny and Hob- rts will tussle with Moody. urns' floss Appoints hree to Coaching Staff NEW YOHK. Dec. 21.—(UP) Ray (Sugar) Robinson Wins Welterweight Title NEW YOHK. Dec. 21. (OP)-As Ray (Sugar) Robinson donned h,s ucv/ welterweight crown today, it must have seemed doubly prceioiu: for he had gnlncel It "Ihe hard way"—in the toughest, brawl of his career, after waiting five years for a tllle shot. For six tumultuous rounds last light In Madison Square Garden I seemed thai Sugar Ray's long wall might be climaxed by a knack- out defeat Instead of a crowning victory. Hut he rose from the can- I..S.U. Team Cicts Work Out BATON ROUGE, La.. Dec..21 — (UP)—A -good" workout was plan"Cj for the Louisiana State footfall team today as It prepared for its Cotton Bowl tjamc with Arknn- Thc Tigers will (nke a four-day Christmas holiday after todnv returning lo Ihe prnclico rlehi on I,™' 2 « , f , 01 ' " fi ""' <iriii "" "'0 lioinc field. They will fly to Dallas, site of the gjimc, on Dec. 28. Trippj, Georgia Halfback, Called by Pro Grid Team CLEVELAND. Dec. 21.—(UP) — The New York Yankees today named nil-American Charlie Trlp- i>i, Georgia halfback, as (heir first choice in the player draft, of the All-America Conference, while Felix (Doc) Blanchard and Glenn Davis, Army's touchdown twins, were chosen by Brooklyn and Sail Francisco, respectively. Gene Roberts, Chattanooga University back, and Francis Darzll- Axiskas, Yale gunrd. were chosen by the Brooklyn Dodgers. The Cleveland Brown's were reported to Imve made Dick Hocrncr University of Iowa fullback, their choice. CALL " "FOR everything in "INSURANCE" UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY OVM Guard J.w*lr x stor» . A. F. DIETRICH, t$ gr . Detcclcd 'Even though there | s no t ,., CL , , B.is odor present, death by ordi- •wy manufnctured gas nm eas bJ deteelcd. The bio.xl of the vi- t m nosorb! an element of the Kas i k CKUSCS l " c flcs " to WHY SUFFER From Cold f Weather? When you ran simply ,. ; ,|| 51,7 and have yo,,r Rroccrics .-.nil meals delivered free by ,,ur nevi- fast SCOOTEIl DKMVEKV. ' We Btiiirnnlcc you m,, s | | H . . s;l , is . lied will, ,„„. .vrjpdi,,,,. 1'rc'sb Dressed i'oiillry daily . . . MeaMfliihniok .IlilP;. ' 61 HUlnvii.v .North—I'honc .illi CECIL LOWE Grocery & Meats BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA ^^^^^^ ^^ »-^^*iwi^ **r\E.i^>\ WRESTLING TAG MATCH BILL CANNY and RED ROBERTS BUCK LAWSQN Y and JACK MOODY CHICK THEATRE 'Where Happiness Costs So Little" WEEKDAYS Box Office Opens 6:45 p.m. Show allots 7:M p.m. he i a aff. . c. .— ) — Brooklyn Dodgers today boast three-man 1!)47 coaching consisting of Ray Blades. i»«i, i~uii:>i.->i,iii^ ui itay islade^, lydc sukcforth nnd Jack Pitler, to 11 the vacancies created by the eslgnations or Charlie ..Johnny Corridcn. id .. Dresseu Brooklyn Manager Leo Duroch- r said at Los Angeles that he lose Blades and Sukeforth yester- ly "because I wanted lo get the st men available." Pitler was *mc(t Dodger coach last month. Chicago publishes more tele- hone directories and trade cn'ta- igues than an other section of ne United Stales. Last Time Today "SILVER CITY KID" Allen r.;mc, PI-KBV Slu:,rl Serial: ".Manhunt of Mystery Isluncl" Chapt. 11 Also Ciirtoon SATUKUAY OWL SHOW "Within These Walls" Thomas Mitchell, Mary Alllliirsnn Serial: "I'uriilc Monster Strikes'* Chapter 12 Also Shorls Mondrnj "Two Girls and a Sailor' wilh Van Johnson. Gloria Dellaven News A- Cartoon vas, and he came from behlml, to win the umuiimous 15-round decision over dangerous Tommy Bell in their battle for the vacant tit!?. The two tall Negroes fought fur the crown left vacant when Marty! Servo retired from the ring on Si;pt,' 25 because of nose injuries. ! TODAY — Bring Us Your Poultry Hens — 25c Cocks I8c Geese Ducks . 24c Large Hens AI Our Regular 1711 W. Vine W. T DAVIS 24c 20c FIREWORKS of All Kinds NUTS and CHRISTMAS TREES CARTER GROCERY Nirth Highway 61 "Eat a Bonnee at Barney's" Delicious BONNEE BUTTERED STEAK SANDWICH BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main St. Phone 36-17 YOU HAVE MADE Phone 2882 *or A Taxi O. K. CAB JMk Mmrih. Ont* -24th- Year Repairing Kadlos * In BlylhevlUe H. S. WERNER Call 3431 RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today 'Beauty and the Bandit' with Gilbert Roland and Ramsey Ames Cartoon mid 2nd Chapter "Zorro's Black Whip" » Saturday Owl Show "Island of the Dead" with Boris Karloif and Ellen Drew I'lus Cartoon Sunday and Monday Tuesday "MISSISSIPPI" with Ring Crosby, Joan Bennett W. C. Fields RKO News & Comedy THE MOST POPULAR BEER IN HISTORY Inquiries about why enough Budweiser is not yet available have become so numerous that we ask our good friends everywhere in America to remember these facts: 2 1-FALL 30-MIHUTE MATCHES Bill Canny Red Roberts vs Buck Lawson Jack Moody Your demand has made Budweiser the most popular beer the world has over known-year after year after year. Official government figures prove it. Our production today is the greatest in the history o! brewing. Yet. Budweiser's high standard of quality is maintained at all limes. The constantly expanded Homo of Budweiser covering 70 city blocks in St. Louis is the world's largest brewery-as it was when beer returned in 1933. Each year, beginning in 1933. facilities to increase the production of Budweiser were added...until the war put an end to expansion in Ihe brewing industry. But. each succeeding year found your increased demand running iar ahead of our expanded facilities. Thus. Budweiser had to be rationed to dealers each year tor several years before wartime shortages introduced ANHEUSER - B U SC H rationing of many products to the country at large. In spite of the fact that grain quota* have been largely restored, Budweiser still is being rationed, because your demand still exceeds the production of our present vast facilities. So that you will find Budweiser again wherever you ask for it, our post-war expansion program will get under way just as soon as building skills and materials are available. Meanwhile, each day sees Budweiser arriving in communities everywhere to supply dealers equitably if not abundantly. When you ask for Budweiser and get it. you are enjoying the quality and the distinctive taste that have made it-sip by sip, drink by drink, bottle by bottle and barrel by barrel, year in and year out. the most popular beer in history. Open 6:30 p.m.; Show Starts 7 Last Time Today "ABILENE TOWN" with . Kimilolph Scntl, Ann Dvorak Chapter 1: "Sun of the Guardsman" Also Shorts Salurday Midiiilc Show Slarls al 10:15 "A Close Call for Blackic" <vilh Clie.slcr Jlorris anil I.jn Mcrrii:!; Also Shorls Monday and Monday "THE STORK CLUB" with Belly Million, Barry I'ilz K cral<l, Don DeForc Paramount N'cws — Shorts SAINT LOUIS New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVDRY NIGHT Malinec Satutdav A Snnrtar Box Opens Week Days 7:0(1 p.m. Sat.-Snn. t p.m. font, Shimmf Saturday 'Gunman's Code with Kirby (Irani Also Shorls SATURDAY OWI, SHOW "Valley of fhe Zombies" wilh Kohcrl Livingston Slinrl Subjects Sunday and Mondar TJuee Litrle Girls in Blue' with June Haver Also Shorts

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