The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1946 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 26, 1946
Page 8
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/pi BHS Girl Cagerc Meet leachville ; Holiday Basketball ? ToMniomint to Get Underway Tonight ' With the BJytheville Girls sextet »K«Ung the Leachvllle "B" Girls, the LwchvUle High School holiday t»«< tournament will open there t«n%ht at 7 o'clock. •Probable starting line-up for the Chick girls tonight includes B. Ball, Wilson, and Wd"er, forwards; and Wi' Whlsenhimt, K. Overman and %. Overman, guards. The Chick "A" squad will Ijye HT!t round play. Their first tour- Wy tilt «lll be at 3;3o tomorrow afternoon »hen they meet the ™ ner of the Senath-Leachville B game. Mother teams In the cnge meet represent Southeastern Missouri high schools— Senath, Cooler and paruth. ?.As tournament host, Lenchvllle High school will award trophies to In both boys and girls di- l Schedule for first round play follows: ;- Tonijhi £7:o6-leachvllle "B" Girls vs Blytheville Girls '_*••«— Senath Boys vs. Leachville _B Boys : Tomorrow Morning ' 9:OD-Lcachville Girls vs. Cooler Girls ^10:30 — Caruth Boys vs. Cooler 'J Carulh and Scnath girls and -f a *f e . boys als ° b >'e f«t round '.Semi-finals start tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 with finals slated to ' 0 "^ nlght bc Het Stars Deliver Upset In Australia , Friday Doc ' anci in Scnroeder team up ** lhey * coup de grace to Au s - lnl1 ' 8 llopes or staining «f uM l , C P 1 VIS Cup ' emblematic M_ world tennis supremacy \ Captain Walter Pate of the U S '{R i "ifr ai !? OU o'*,? the ' s^ecUon" of tte.Kramer-Schroeder tandem for K,rt ' . .? """Petition after the . Underrated U. S. stars came Mwjugh with thumping triumphs tarda S engagements yes; Sehroeder scored a stunning five S»i< U ^t eVer Jack Biomwlch. Aus- J-raUas No. 1 player, 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 **•-.'•-*; and Kramer disposed of the less, experienced Dlnny Palls, W straight sets, 8-6 6-2 9-7 ^n the doubles today the'Amerl- pair again -will be the under- ace tlle vc ^'an Aus- .recently was subjected to mtl , Cism ^. when he <*<>** er. for the, 'No. 2 singes VM doubles assi the team and former - es cjl ampion. Parker Gard- andle Pate "' y W6re slated to department until , engage- to Study Labor in Argentine /WASHINGTON, President Wii c 2 6 m Green e ine ine Argentine government and the •Argentine Confederation of Labor J31LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS f Head Work Sugar Bowl Teams Train For January 1 •BILOXI, Miss., Dec. 28 (UP) — Ocorgln's undefeated and untied Bulldogs arrived at this Gulf Coast resort town today for final traln- u.'tf. f ° f «"* Sugar Bowl battle with North Carolina. A delegation of civic officials greeted the Southeastern! Conference champs, Coach Wally Butt's said he planned some rouifh SPS' alons right off the bat. "For one thing, v/e need the work after the train ride" Wallv reasoned. "»"j Gcor e ia set up headquarters al the Bucna Vista Hotel and schcd- sch'oo" * at U1C B "° X1 H1B " The Bulldogs party included a playing squad of 46. The team'will remain ),cre until the day before the same, then moving to New Orleans. Meanwhile, less than 10 miles away, North 'Carolina's Tarheels continued work at Edgcwater Park, Miss., willy-cheering- news. A telegram from Star Guard Ralph strayhorn indicated that he would Join the team In n couple of days. Strayhorn did not make I Ine trip south with the Tarheels 1 because of the Illness of his father in Durham, N. c. Just- Cnstona of All-South leaps lo use head. Elwood Somm'ers 23. co.ncsm for assist..Wilim,,-, p. Sloan atlcmpls lo break up play as All-North team is shaded, 1-0, M Sorting Oval, the- Bronx N. Y., in Intercollegiate Soccer Football Asso'.-iatiun's first all— star L'nmc. Pol let of Cards Regains Title on 'Earned Runs' NEW YORK, Dec. 26. (UP)— Howie Poltet, St. Louis Cardinal left-hander, retrieved a title he yielded when entering the Army :hrce seasons ago by winning the National League's earned-run crown in 19!0. the official pitching statistics disclosed today. ' Pellet's 2.10 cained run mark of last season wasn't as good as his league leading mark of 1.15 In [043, but the 25-year-old New Or- cans, La., native finished consider- I ably better than runner-up Johnny] Sain of Boston, who had n percentage of 2.21. In addition to Inking the earned-' iin title for the second time in his bur-year big league career, the' 175-pound Pollct posted the best won-lost average ninong regular iiivlers in the circuit. He won HI mid dropped 10 for n .667 mark. Pollet also pitched the most Inlings, 26G, ami boasted the most victories in the league, Girl Scout Executive Outshoots Brother Over His Favorite Duck Blind Far n lonn time H. A. Nelson had been wanting to take his sister, Miss Allycc Nelson, duck hunting to demonstrate his ability as a hunter, | Tuesday thp brother and his Girl Seoul !5xcculive sister irom Dallas, Tex., set out for the area near nig Lnke which now Is n hunter's paradise. The president of "Ducks Unlimited" soon was shooting and it was not very long until he hud his I day's limit. His sister? She was patlbnllv wallinj; for her brother to get his seven ducks, after having shot the limit. Theft Suspects Held < LITTLE HOCK,' Ark., Uoc- 26 fU.Pj—John w. Anderson, 33, and Miner I. Parker, 34, wcro lickl in) Pulaski County Jail IIPVJ today jawnltlng word from Ohio slute officers, lie two were orriMtod In a stolen automobile al Kazcin, Ark j'cslcixlay. 77 Horses Entered for Rich Flamingo Stakes MIAMI, Fia., Dec. 26. (UP)— Seventy-one horses, headed by Fred W. Hooper's Education, were nominated today for the S50000 Pln- mUigo states, to be run at Hialeah on March 1. Education won $146,000 as a two- year-old this year, other highly- regarded nominees included Calumet Farm's Fervent and Faultless, and Louis B. Mayer's Capt Flaijir and Stepfather. The 1947 running will be the richest in the history of the event which was a 115,000 race In prewar yijars. Razorbacks Leave for Cotton Bowl WACO, Tex., Dec. 26. <UP>Arkansas' bowl-bound Razorbacks were scheduled to arrive here at 12:30 today and go directly to the Baylor University gridiron for a light llmberlng-up after their trip from Little Rock and Fayetteville. Some 29 members of the Arkansas University squad left, Little Rock at 10:30 last night, while the other section of the squad departed from Fayetteville an hour earlier. The two contingents were to meet at Dallas at 7:30 am today. The Porkers will move Into Dallas Tuesday where they will attend the Cotton Bowl luncheon before mixing with Louisiana State In the Cotton Bowl on New Year's Day. ^THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1940 , UCLA Coach Pleasri LOS ANGELES, Calif., U»* 26. (up ' — Bert Labrucherie, UCLA coach, believed his team was near 1^3 peak today for its Rose Bowl game a«ainst Illinois on Jan. 1 Labrucherie said his players would undergo light drills for the remainder of the week. How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomulslon relieves p Read Courier News Want Ads. ge , n and expel phlegm, and aid Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With LiHfe Worry Eat, talk, laugh or sneeze without fear of Insecure false teeth dropping, slipping or wabbling. PAS- TEETH holds plates firmer and I more comfortably. This pleasant iwwder has no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or fteling. Doesn't cause nausea. It's alkaline (non-acid). Checks 'plate odor" (denture breath) Get PASTEETH at any drug store u tohave your money back. CREOMULSION forCouehs, ChestColds, BronchihV All-conqucrinR Georgia's All- America tailback Charley 'Crippi runs for last time as coileginn against North Carolina in New Orleans Sugar Bowl, Jan. 1, i turnover of a dozen or so. Freshmen House members in the 80th Congress number 103—the most ince 1933 when 125 new congressmen rode into office. More desirable offices, v;ill be assigned to returning senators strictly on the basis of seniority. Newcomers will have to be satisfied with what is left. For instance, William Umstead. who was named to succeed the £te Sen. Josiah W. Bailey. D.. N. 3., will have preference over freshmen senators elected in November. Big Moving Job Soon to Start In Washington WASHINGTON, Dec. ES. CUP)The custodians on Capitol Hil] are digging Inlo their biggest moving job since 1933. 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