The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1947 · Page 6
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-PAGE SIX IJLYTHKVlhLU (AUK.V COUJKII'JK NEWS Chicks To Invade Hettleton Tonight - B-Team and Papooses Will Clash at Local Gym With Leachville Kythcvlllc nigh School ))tits four e»ge teams on the floor tonight a.s tb* Chfck "A" squad and the Girls' s«ct«t journey.to Netlleton and the Chfck Bees and the Paps meet Lrtchvllle quints here. Still undefeated, the Chick "A" e»s*rs will s cck their sixth victory tonight as they play the Craigheari Countians. Probable starting lineup includes Gay and Stafford, forwards; Hardy, center; Foster and'-Caldron, guards. Tonight's tilt will shift the girls' record either to Ihc winning or losing column from Its present standing of three wins and three losses. Probable starters are B.- Ball, B. WhiEcnhunt and Wldner, forwards; E. .Overman, Mann and Travis, guards. On the home court, the Chick Bees will open up against the Lcachvlllc Bees in an effort to bring their record up from nnc win and three losses. Listed as probable starters arc Allen and F. Jernigan, forwards; Duclos, center; Traylor, and P. Jcrnlgan, guards. The Paps will be playing their third tilt of the season with the results of the past two spill, one win and one loss. Slated to begin the game against the Lcnchvllle Juniors are Wyntt nnd Honeycutl. forwards; Berry, center; Donncr and Pcrcifull, guards. ?x unc A ^t 1 ~ oint Corey Middleeoff Probable Mnn AQ Firh Di ii^f -. _ ^^ .i/ ,. A _ On Walker Cup / earn 1'IUDAV, JANUARY 10, l()< •In a fast moving tilt, the Loy Eich Chevrolet •Independents defeated the Haytl Independents by a 38 to 23 count last night on the high school hardwood. Landing scoring with a heavy margin was A. C. Bunch who amassed 24 points for the motormen. Williams and Urackcn or •Hoyti followed with six apiece. Line-ups and box scores follow: Loy Klc'i 138) To i. llayli (23) A. C. Bunch, 2J r 1 . .. 7Tr».,iins «>) G. Bunch (5) F. H. 'SlcntK <4) fphai'R t2) ..'J. .. Bracken (Ci obnsori (2) ,.O. ..Thompson (-1) irlffin (31 U. ... Kelrscy i(j) Substitutions: Loy Elch—Chaplan 121, Lutes. I 1IV OSCAIt I'UAU'.V United I'rcss Spurts Writer NEW YORK, Jan. 10. <UPi Fearless Fralcy's spcrls >at lind ings: The U. S. Golf Association i-xi- cnlive eoinmltleo meel.s today to Manila Lions Drop Close One To Osceola Quint Manila High School cnse teams split, results of n cloublc-hcntler 'last night with Osceola on the Os/ ceoia court. The Manila Lions dropped their game by a close 2524 count and the Manila Girls overrode the Osceola sextet 3D to 17. The Manila Hoys overcame the Osceolnns early lead nnd led 10 to 16 at the half. The Lions edgec ahtad to hold a one - point lead until in the Inst 30 seconds of piny Wiseman, Osceola- center, droppct hi a field goal to put his stitmd in the winning column by one point Wiseman also icd scoring will 11 .points, followed by Moblcy o Manila: with 10. Bobbins of Osceoli led girls' tallying with 24 points Waddell of Mnnila was runner-U] with nine points. Next scheduled tilt is with Keiscr teams Tuesday night at Manila. the amateur body will vote to return to match play completely instead of using tile medal qualifying round .succeeded r>y match play which has been in use since J!):i7. Hy reverting to match play. -- v. ....v... iw>..^ .... tin- name stars can be seeded In- select (he 1947 Walker Cup person- ! stead of all being knocked off by nel and the early pitch is thai One-day "hot" unknowns in the , the squad 'fibably will be com- early rounds. posed of amateur champion Ted The Walker cuppers will play Bishop, Frank Slraiialian, Duel: the British lean; at St. Andrews Ward. Smllev Quick. Skec Illtijcl, May lli and 17. seeking revenue Carey Middleeoff, Fred Hammer'for a 1 to 1 beating in 1938, the and Bob Willits. j | iis t times Ihc matches were held There also Is a possibility that ...off the record, it's lit Die ban... one-limc one challenger. After all, Hay out- pointed "challenger" Joe Walcolt his last time out here—and Woott- cock was a crude knockout victim against Tuooy Taim -Maurlclto... who said charity begins at home'/ Athletes Should Avoid Gamblers Red faber of Black Sox Gives Advice to Modern Amateurs - .CHICAGO. Jan. 10.—(UP)—Ur- fcan "Red" Faber, in 1919 a pitcher on the infamous "Black'' Sox and now a White Sox coach, founded an earnest warning to professional athletes today: "Don't have anything to do with gamblers, boys: it isn't worth it." Faber was one of the innocent White Sox in the world series scandal of 1919, when Cincinnati won the championship over Chicago Seven White Sox players were later barred from baseball for life for alleged efforts to "fix" the scries. That was the ruination of the White Sox and they haven't come close to an American League pennant since. "Loss of those men ruined our club," Paber said. "If w e had kept them we would have gone on winning pennants, or fighting j o r them, for years. "And there isn't any of them that .wouldn't have given twice the amount they got not to have done Faber sa id he wouldn't attempt I c,^ to judge Merle Hapes and Frank rrom FNchock, New York professional football players who were offered bribes last month to "throw" their playoff game with the Chicago Bears. "But," he said, "they certainly should have told the club about Jowl Officials rossly Erred Films Show Tarheels Definitely Got 'Bad Deal' In Decisions 11V CirAHl.KS NKTHAH'AV Dnilctl Press Staff Correspondent NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 10.— IUl'1 —Official Sugar Howl films of Ihe Vortli Carolina-Georgia contest bowed a second glaring error to- lay which Tnrhccl rooters felt hould .send the four football ol'll- •lals "back to the farm.'' A special preview showed Hint Dan Powell, North Carolina end lid to push Georgia's Rabbit Smith n an end zone play that would invn been n Tarheel touchdown to most the final score to at least 20 to 10 without counting the >oot. Ncw.srccl shots failed to entch .he Pmvcll-Smlth maneuver. It did •ceord, however, the now fainons- >'-illcgal forward pass which Georgia's .Joe Tercshlnskl pitched to Dick McPhcc In .set up n thlrcl- MMiod Bulldog touchdown. The Powell-Smith play that promised (o keep Norm Carolina's hot stove crowd bitter for at least ii decade came in the fourth period. With the ball on Georgia's 50. Charley Justice fired a pass through the fog to Powell in the end zone. The Tarheel wlngman hauled It down nn a remarkable catch. He was In front (repent front) of Rabbit Smith, an ( | aficr making the catch turned and fell. Smith landed on top. Powell was knocked cold. While Powell was being helped iff the field. Referee Ah-tj, Bell was stepping off n 15-yard penalty against the Tarheels for what head linesman George Gnrdnei said \vn s "pushing" on Powell's part. Fred Dlgby, sports editor or the Ne-. v Orleans item and quick with the rule book, said that if Powel pushed Smith— the film, rrmcinbei shows he didn't— the rule called for giving the ball to Georgia on the Bulldog 10. instead. North Cnro- Une was penalized 15, given the ball on Georgia's 35. and sub.sc- nucniiy ;ost It on downs. The official films will gel the! first showing nl t] , c Ncw Ol .| c|lll . quarterback club. Later they wil get their first showing at the New Orleans Quarterbacks Club Late they will travel the nation SWnee Loses Overtime Tilt to Marion Cagers After clashing through l;v o over lime periods, Marion Tiiph Schoo cascrs eked out a 30- to 28 over Shawnee cagcmcn last niuh on the winners' court. Mario also copped the girls' lilt by 2B-20 count. The boys same was tied in n 24 to 24 at the finish of the rc-u Intion game and the first ovci time period resulted in nnothc deadlock. 23 to 28. Hy scorin first in the second extra staira Marion won on the final 30 to : tally. Freds of Shawuce led scor ins with 17 tallies. Alabama Quint Wins Miss'46-40 - "Several fellows barred from our team were playing and knew about the fix. That's where they were | 'rrons: They should have told the White Sox. 1 ' The 1910 series fix wasn't dis- corcred'until nearly the end of the l»20 season, and the disbarred players were mainstays of the sox team until that time. Four North Missco Quints To Play Tonight Four North Mississippi County c»gc clubs have cage" tilts schc- duicd for tonight as follows: Gosnell -Pirates and Piratettes MEMl'HIS. Tcmv. Jan. 10.--Alabama staccrt a ]nt c scorins; rally last night to defeat Mississippi. 4G-to-w. and maintain its undefeated record nfier an underdog Ole Miss te;im had battled to a 21-all lie at halltime. Alabama, in winning Us sixth con.seculivc panic, increased il.s lead in the Southeast Conlcrcncc since Louisiana State and Ken- lucky were not scheduled. The Crimson Tide has won three Icaano contests. HiR John Homer. Tide center. Ird the night's scoring with 15 points. He was follmvcd by Hay Poolc and Harold Kcllev. O f Ole" Miss, with 13 points each. Use Shell Moncv Cowrie shells still are used Its money in some isolated communi- | lies of the South seas, India, and Africa. The shells are take,, Irom i ----- - ~. fallow spots in the bed of the • Armorel learns at 7:30 m "idtan ocean. the Gosnell gym. Osceola. plays Wilson at Wilson. Many I)i-.scrnilanis p, S nrr m frLe1an£ meCt *' ^Z^* rt ™™™« "^ Manila Independent Lions play] cis Many of vi Jonesborojindtpcndenls^t Manila.) flowers or today have descended Babe Ruth "Continues ™~""- hc - ™ .'«»"'>• »w founded To Fight For Life NEW YORK. Jan. 10.—(UP) — B«l/c • Ruth's condition remained "folv" .todny, French hospital attaches said, with his temperature »nd pulse normal, but the former home rim king has not recovered tromn serious neck operation as rapidly n s ftns expected. families of their WHATfCAUSEsT 'A teoU.i cotilainii>a Hit o^nioni ol tS? moui rfotloti en IMi inlereillng iub|«el' .""'" *<< r ">t l« th« E^iolionol Di i3i filitl A»«., Newr«rl t N.Y., Dipt.]' Hlr.sch Jiieote. the Brooklyn pigeon fancier icd American horse trainers In total victories for II of U.c past 13 years, linlslied on top In money won dmine 1940. Jlirsch has :i wonderful formula: 1 "Pk - k the best company lor yourself the worst for your horses.". .... The 201 h Century spuit'.ne Clii!). which holds exclusive rights to the ;>ox fishtlng of heavyweight champion Joe Louis, indicates that the Drawn Homber will make his next defense against the winner of the Joo Haksi-Hruce Woodcock fight. Which means, apparently, that e pr Klino (Violent) nay has been lost distance hmnini; troubles" in the shuffle once nKatn. although Smorgasborcl specials 1 iiaiikan most everyone who has seen flic) Lldmnn and llnnc Gustnfson the Floiidbui and the boxiny news two Swedes here to compete ill- names Ihe violent one as number doors, reveal that 'Guilder Hngg, Mail brig yucst: I), llcnod of Oakland, ualif., blames the automobile for our lack •*? distance, runners, onr trouble is too much When th automobile and not enough lads, for research lioMcr of the world record for the their p!ay becomes habit. If they n:i!e, has become a motorcycle ever stop to think, they're lost."... nicer since belli;; declnrctr a pro- ""'' "" ' '" iessional. Arnc Anclcvssen, banned with i Antl u ' c l1 "' Davls , " rn 'ored car Clll> iwalls return of tllc tilnc has none back to school | 1UK [ W j t i, lhc , jjrjtish open thropliy Icai'lifng. Lvnnart Strand, who also He loid a campion to watch care- rail l:cr« and is considered by " l:cr« the Swedes us the world's best mller, is expecting to become a father soon tor tlio first time. Ice from the farm who cfo daily chores. The boys thtis arc not indoctrinated and lack the self discipline to train regularly, That's •he primary cause of this era's NCAA voted S15.COO into ,new football 1 hcadc-car, one cynic snorted: | •'You can Kct a lot of i;i:ys to play without headgear for that kind of money." Herman Hickman, Army's line coach, must Ir.ive been thinking ol the NCAA's now "sound academic standard" principle when, giving a talk on line lacUc.s. he said: ''You must drill linemen until fully over the mahagony box. er tlie liaig opened hiH suitcase hi his hotel and thcic was the i [rcphy. "nut what's In the Iropiiy case you' valued me to watch?" asked the puzzled companion. "A buttle of scotch." snorted Sir Walter... That's ;he bottom! MEAD PRE-INVENTORY Billfolds Gloves Fine quality Leather various tan shades. Reduced From $3.50 $1.95 Billfolds, in , Men's leather Capeskin. Vine , ily, closely resemble pigskin. Reduccd From $4.50 $2.95 Luggage Jackets Here's n real value fcrcd in two groups: in Ineuaee Ol ! K l"" 11 ^' Suctlc leather. >;:<]v in Milage. Ol , |K . U( , cl] n(you ^.^ p ^^ ^ ^ I quickly. $19.10 $14.95 j. $17.30 $12.95 \ Reduced From $32,50 $26.00 ARA: GENUINE ALLIGATOR RAINCOATS Samphur Cotton Gabardine In Soft Tan - ONLY A FKW LEFT $' Reduced From $13.95 to . 10.95 BIG REDUCTIONS IN ROYAL ROBES Fine All Woolens Featuring • Checks • Plaids • Solids Were NOW $20.00 15,95 $30.00 22.95 $35.00 27.95 CASUAL SLIPPERS OtfiTrii to you in three diffciTiit stvk':-". Calfskin with trim. Loafer (solid) Siif«-> and solid calf. Here's casual romfurl ;il real savings. Were $9.50 — NOW $6.95 Were $8.50 NOW $5.95 MEAD'S 32Z MAIN STREET Initialed Handkerchiefs iraulifid designs in red. bine ntui :in. Ako solid white. Lnri'e in- .lials. Formerly $1.50 & $2.00 95c Pajamas Fancy striped pajamas ( o ..j v( . 10 , plenty of service. Here's real V a..ic Reduced 5.!i5 $3.95 If It's For A Mar, Mead's Has It House Slippers li It's for a Man — Mead's Has It you'll en.ioy tho comfort, of niudo slippovs. In varying mi, somi! arc sheep lined. j Reduced From $4.50 to these \v<:ll sluifles of RITZ* THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday and Saturday "Devil's Playground" with Carluun "/.Pirn's chaplcr Whip" Saturday OWl, SHOW "BELOW the DEADLINE" with Douglas and llamsay Ames Also Cartoon CHICK THEATRE "Wnere Happiness Costs So Little" ! WEEKDAY* I!nx Office Opens 5:15 p.m. Bhow etarU 7:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday "JESSE JAMES" with Tyrone I'OWCT, Henry I'onda .Serial: "Jlanliunt of .Mystery Island" Chapter 11 Also .Shorts SATURDAY OWL SHOW Starts 11:00 I'.JI. 'House on 92nd Street" l.loytl Nolan, .lean I.ockhart Si^nc Hasso Turpli; iMtmstcr Strikes" I.ast Chapter Alsti Cartoon New Theater* Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT Mnlinen Saturday & Sunday Box Opens Week Days 7:OO p.m. iat.~Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Shovrtnr Friday 'Flame of Barbary Coast" Wayne uilh .li: Alsii Saturday "FRONTIER FUGITIVES" A Alsu I'ltC I'iclurc Shoi t Subjects SATUKDAV OWI, SHOW ' "Pennies from HEAVEN" wilh Hint; Crosby Selected .Shorts 'THEATRELUXORA •PRID&OF THE COMMUNITY" Open 6:30 p.m.; Khow BUrU '4 7 pJw- FrUlr.y «nd Saturday "Corpus Christ! Bandits" Allen Lane. Heidi Talltnl Serial: ".Son of the Guardsman" Alsi> Shorts SAT. MIDNIGHT SHOW Shirts at 10:15 p.m. OUT of the DEPTHS" cvcnlcd .Tap I'lot Af*:iinsl 1'cacr with Jim Baniion, lloss Hunter Ken Curtis AliiO Shorts

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