The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1947 · Page 5
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EIGHT pay Basketball Boys Defeat B.H1 Teams; Local Girls Win 17-15 *•" The Chicks' undefeated record was spoiled Insl night when a stioug Buy five'cited out a 83 to 31 victory jil'lor foui icanng quarters of hotly contested iKisketljnll on the games, ] 16cn! cotut 1 In two elose defensive B; -, Ihe Paps los' n 12 lo 11 heartbreak-1 cr -to the Bay Juniors and the Chick Girls battled lo P 17 to 15 win over Ihe Biy sexlcl. The fast-brraklns Chicks and p») yellow Jackets slaved the most exciting game played here )ct Ihls eiscm. From sUlt lo finish, both leanis set -a fast all)! explosive pace that was climaxed In a frantic final four mlnulcs. The Yellow Jackets staked out an early claim for Ihe lead and managed to • stay a notch ahead of the Chicks. After working , up to a narrow 5 to 3 first psrlod margin P.i> worked to an 18 lo 13 icad by halftime. Fast-movlnR .and hard fought the first half, the game became noticeaoly rougher In the last hi'H as the Chicks were just us hell- bent on catching tp as Bay was on winning. Another action-packed quarter later, the count had In-1 creased but the lead stayed about the same and Bay topped a 24 to 18 count In a pitched battle in Ihe final period, the Chicks launched a- rug- qer. attack on the Bay defenses but the straight-shooting visitors hung on. Wilh four minutes. lef, .'Id piny, the count stood at 29 lo 2V for the ycjicv,' Jackets and the Chi-lK opened up a barrage that nearly tied the game. Aside from two successful running baltles to the Bay gout, thi- djing minutes were chiefly spent! In i s-rap beneath Ihe Chick' basket that kept the fans on their, feet Forwards Stafford and Gas'| sparked the shooting that boosted the Chick tails to within o field goal of Ihe Buy score. A score of Qhick attempts nearly found the 'Jioop but none made it through to pass the 31 mark. * Moon Baj forward, took high- scprlng honors bv dropping through 14 points, followed closely by Chick- forward Stafford with 12. * Paps Lose by'Narrow Margin :.The h Paps also suffered defeat bv a paper-tliin margin afler a fourth pcuoVl rail, lhat came painfully tose: : to writing a different, ending to the tilt v Both qulnti played good defensive j air and held each other's scoring to low figures. The bail changed hands • in :mid-court as interceptions by the dozens kept the fast- breaking squads speeding from one ^oal-to .the! other.. . ''' As the first period closed, tli r aps/were In front'of a close 5 to count- but .the Bay Juniors pullet ijp in the second to tic the score Vt- 7-7 . as the half encVed. * As . fast, back and forth continued in the Isst half, the Bas Juniors found Ihe range and work id their tall> to 12 while .holding, the Pips scoreless In the thin jjanz.i. The Paps retaliated In the ilsst period by not allowing Has Ta score and pushing their conn Ttf^a ncir'tle : ' —Pap forward .Hpneycutt nimexei n field goal and a gift shot a Jhe game went into the fin'a Jrenzied minutes. The kicker cam ,»hen Wjatt Pan forward was •awarded two foul shots as the s'corc stood at* 12'to 10. Bay. The .first trj swished through. The .second hit the .inside of the hoop, •rolled hopefully around and flopped Undaunted Rugged Matmen To Perform Here Kneilsen to Return To Legion Arena After Four-Year Absence. Another round of rugged wrangling is forthcoming Monday night when Al Staff, and Joe Welch battle nilly Vcmible and stocky Kneil- scn In the ucekly lag inatcli on (he LPfjion Arena m:it. Outstanding feature expected tu lilghllght this four-way collision Is the unusual amount of potentially daiigcrous footwork concentrated in one team. Ai . Ci '-«*/. and .TOP I Welch arc accomplished kickers | and the Vcnahle-Knellscn duo I faces (rouble [roin their foes' fly- i ing feet. I In last week's fracas, VI Icl [demonstrated Dint he is as hand) with Ills foct UK he is with hit ! (isls. Ho lambasted [j| s opponent.' |nbiiut (he face and body witli ill.' , feel, kicking quickly and with a)>- j parent ease. Welch possesses kniif-aroo-kick deliverable from anj position or angle. Kangaroo-kicking Is u spcciallt; which Al S/nsz uses li-cqucnU and effectively on both defense anil offense, szasz gives his kicks added Impetus by leaping high in the air to bring his feet on a plnnc with hi s foe's head and neck. In his last appearance here. the impact of his footwork lifted his opponents' feet off the mat on several occasions. With both Szasz and Welch lighting from the snriii: coi:ncr, a storm of Hying *rcct and heavy kicking is bound to result. Stocky -Kncllscn returns to the ni'ena mat Monday night for the first time in about four years. Working with hefty Billy Vcmible. Knell.sen. a large Norwegian, is expected lo display the same form ind rough and tumble tactics used In liis last appearances here. Sz&sx and Venabb will have it nut In a two-way lussel in one of the prelim matches. The oilier opener pits Welch iiKatiist Kneilsen. JUA'TIIEVILLK (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Possessive Women SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 10-17 A lillle thing like a broken arm doesn't coo! Unrryl Zanuck's enthusiasm for skiing. Willi craclicd wing in sling, he's pictured on slil run at Dollar Mountain. Sun Valley, Idaho. The famed screen director broke his arm playing polo. out leaving the Paps loser "point bv a" Honeycutt iml Bay center Bcy- ersdorf shared scorlim honors with fi\e points apiece. Wyatt followed mth four B. }L S. Girls Win In another close defensive contest, the Chick Girls, overcame a first period 1 deficit although the game nearly ended in a deadlock. . ;Th'c. Bay Girls got the drop on trie local six and piled up a 10 to 5 .first quarter lead. Playing hit a fast pace, as'the Chick Girls set about making iip the difference and skirmished to a 11 to 10 halftime margin. ' .The Chick sextet stretched its lead to 17 to 14 as the third stan- Second Round Fights Staged in Mit Tourney Incomplete results received from Osceola this morning list the 1,01- lowing results of second round fights in thd.,Golden Gloves tourney there: Harvey Hill of Osceola dedisioned Hnrlnnd McCormick of Manila; Charles Kdringlon of Osccoln dcri- sioncd Rogers Ovcrbv ot Joiner: 'and Clarence Wilson of Osceola deci- sioncd Jackie Hendon of Osciiotiv More results will be announced later. ^Sixteen lights were staged :u the Osceolu gym last night before 1100 spectators. The county tourney goes Into its last night tonight with 11 final bouts scheduled to begin at 8 o'clock. Tonight's contests will determine which mittmcn will represent Northeast Arkansas in the Mld-Soulh bouUs in Memphis Feb. 3, 4 .inn 5 Additional Thursday night lir.it round elimination results follow: Bantamweight division — Horbni'i Smith of Osccoln won third louu, l.k.o over Walter Price of Manll-.' Billy Drcnnan of Osceola won firs round t.k.o over Bobby Lamb o Mauilii. Featherweight division — Joi Walker of Osceola \yon first :ou!ir t.k.o. over Billy Ray bf Dyess. Open Welterweight—Henry Orlf Fighter Barney Ross Wins Chance in New Profession NEW YORK, Jan. 18.—(UP) - Bnrney Ross, who has been a fishier most of |ii s life—in the ritiR. in (he war, nntl In the IiObpilal-wll) be Broomed for n "refereclng" Job In the business world. Mlltor Blnckstone, his employer, nnno-lic- ed todny. Blnckstonc. bond of the Nev York advertising agency, said he Ulnnncd that the «ar hero am orrr.sr boxing champion, who re- •ently couc|iicrcd a war-caused Irue linblt. should become nn nd- nslcr biU'ccn manai>emeiH and nl)0i-.. In industrial cstnbllshinenls. Ross, who arrived by plane Iro'm ihlcago Inst night. %v il| be trained to represent the Blackstonc agency nt Ihe plants 0 [ client companies, where his tulks before bolh Maryio Von Tonrnc pulls basketball out of reach of Nc\v Jersey Amazons' Gloria Huysco .as KnickcrcHcs win, -10-21, at New York's 6!)lh rtegimcnl Armory. Strike Hampers Racing in Florida Grooms at Hialeah Walk Out But Track Continues to Operate MIAMI, pin., Jan. 18 — tUP) — About 300 grooms, who had worked al Hialeah Park yesterday on the combined first day of racing and of a strike, walked out of the palm-guarded gates early this morning. The strike of grooms and exercise boys was believed- virtually complete. Many of the groom* gathered across the street from the park's West gate, but made no tit[ tempt lo Interfere with jockeys ' nnd other track workers who reported early. John Madaln. chlcr of the park police, said Ihcrc had been no violence and no Intimidation, nc said lie |].id 80 men, many of them newly hired, stationed in the stables arc,< to prevent nny trouble.- Horses were worked' out by jockeys. The second day at Ihe - lavish'. V," Winter track got off to a worse In start than Ihe first, but track officials said racing, would go on as usual this afternoon. The opener was typical of Hialenh. with the color and excitc'nieiit the same as ever. Hut the attendance was down '— 'way down—from last- year's record opening day peak of 28.915, and Ihe total handle in the pari-mutuel machines was off too. Only 19,981 fails were on hand and they bet $1,024,853, whereas at the 1946 opener, the betting totaled 51.S49,- Honor Edison New Theater Manila's Finest Shows KVI:KY NIGHT Malinee Saturday & Sunday Box Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. it.-Suu. 1 p.m. Cant Showing The new three-cent postage stamp reproduced above will commemorate the lOOlh anniversary of Ihe hirlh of Thomns A. Edison. It will he placed on "lirst day" s:ile on his birthday, Feb. 11, at his birthplace, Milan, Ohio. Gosnell Basketball Boys Lose Homecoming Tilt to Nettleton -;O.osiH'll 84G, also a record. Track officials attributed the reduced attendance and inulucls to the fact that the tourist season year isn't bocming ns it was Hchool's Homccom- ing , celebration was marred;, b.st night \s'hen the Ncttlcton Haulers downed (he Pirnles by a 30 lo 31 count on Ihe Gosnell court. The Piratettes, however, fared bf-t- ter nml nosed out the Rnldcrc I :os 3S to 3-1. In a Junior Boys tilt, the Nctlleton Midgets overpowered the Gosnell Midgets 31 to 12. '{'he Raiders tnacle an early bid for victory and at halftime topped a 12 to 5 score. Both sciuads ;:nr- nercd four tallies each in third stanza play and Neltlcton's mni'i'i]] remained the same as the count stood at 10 lo 9 at the end of the third period. Scoring increased in the final Quarter but the Raiders prevailed to stretch their margin to the- fin:il 3G-21 tally. J. Holmes. Haider center, topped scoring with .12 pDinfs. Finite center White was runnel 1 -up with 11. The Gosnell Girls held rway throughout their Lilt, leading 25 to management and labo : aimed nt preventing v would be ml-sunrier- stamlings nl ,d at oiling the rags O r production "from top to bottom." Oklahoma Football Star Sought by Chicago Bears CHICAGO, Jan. 18.—< UP)—The Chicago Bears will have their turn at signing nn outstanding football Player todiiy when they hand tlie Pen to Hob. Feniniore of Oklahoma A. & M. college. Their crosston-n rivals in Hie National League. the Chicago Carcljnals, signed Charlie Trippi yesterday after spirited bidding with the New York Yankees loot- ball-baseball combine The Bears obtained the rigl.« lo slB'ii Fcnimorc in the draw which Blvcs the top team a chance at the year's outstanding player. Net Stars from States Sac-r Signs With Navy JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. Jan. 18.' (U.IM—Former Heavyweight l.v.'x- ing Champion Max Bacr, and Fighlrr Maxie Rosenbloom. will be sworn Into the Navy's v-0 Resrnvc; here today. P,olh are now nightclub entertainers. As members of the nr- scrvr. they will be subject to c;^;s for trainin;; programs. 1« at halftime. Doth sextcls bucketed 10 points in the third period, 1 but scoring in the final stanza slowed as defenses lightened. S. D[>uthilt look high-scoring Ivtn- ors as she amassed 22 poinls for the Kalderetles. Sophia iievill of Goj- nell followed with 19 tallies. Homecoming (Jucen Crnwned The Nettleton Midgets couiimr.d- cd their tilt throughout. Harding. Ncttlcton cL'iiter, was hi<>h-scorer with 13 points, followed by teammate Fate, guard, with 10. In' prc-game coronation ccremo- nlcs. Belly Jane Perkins. Gosn'Ml senior, was crowned Homecoming Queen by team captain'Woody H:\r- ris after Ncal. Raider caplain, escorted her to her Ihroiic on Ihe Gosnell yym stage. Her mairis-of- hnnor were Ruth Cam. junior; Jackie Clu-istncr. .sophomore; and Huby White, freshman. Starting line-ups and box .scores follow. Senior Hoys Pirates <'2\ Swnin (2j Caldwcll . White (11) Harris ... Ford M) . Fos. 1'.. Rnidcr.s f3fi> ...... Ncnl (10) .. Williams '3) J. Holmes U2> Cross !4i Dudley '2) AUTO MECHANICS See Us Today if you a'ru an Experienced Mechanic and want Lo improve your position. • T01' SALARIES PAID • FINEST SHOP EQUIPMENT • EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS LOY EICH Chevrolet Open 6:30 p.m.; Show Start* 7 Last Time Today "Devil's Playground" with llopaloiij,' Cassidy Serial "Hoii of tlic Cuarilsmin Also Shorls SAT. MIDNIGHT SHOW "SHADOWED" Anila Hi Hi Louise, l^lDyd Also Shorls Sunday :in<i Monday "THE HARVEY GIRLS' •w-ilh Judy Gurland. John Ilutliak Also Ncivs itnd Shnrt Subjects V V V- * Budget, = 023329 EI5 . _^ .—•. fin ot Osccoln won mi default . r roi:\ Win Over Australi, John Rny pf Dycss wlicn Rny was found to be underage and was disqualified. ans Pine Bluff, Littic Rock. Win ConferenceCagetilts LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jan. 18. (U.P.)—North Lilllc Rock's haia- afler being edged out l>y Pmc Bluff in the second half ol a twin bill here last night. The Jtnal score was 25 to 24. In the first game, Little P.ock was held down In the early part iOf the fracas but forged ahead lor a 55 to 36 victory over Ho Springs. It was the first loss ol the season for the Spa team. za ended but after that scoring' wo °d quintet moved into Jo:i?s- virtually stepped". The last period baro today for n game was hard-fought and entirely defensive, and the only point scored came from a 'Bay gift shot. Bonnie Ball copped high-scoring honors by annexing lo tallies for the Chicks. McMastcrs of Bay was runner-up with six points. Starting line-ups and box scores follow: - .Senior Boys Chicks (3lf 't-os. p,a v (33) Stafford (12) -;=JP M oon (141 g>J' 13) F. ... Giillam (G> Hartfy <4) C Ti,- c Foster (6) ....O. w. Cooper (21 Caldwcll (4) ..G. ..; pierce (21 Substitutions: Blytheville—Mullen P Elliott (1), Hodge (1), J. Elliott. Jcrnigan. Bay—A. Cooper (7), W)se, Reeves <2). Junior Boys £»l* (111 Pos. Biy (12) wyatt (4) ....F. ... Gliffilh (ji Honejcutt (5).,F O'Quinn gcrr> .C. Beyersdort (5) Donners ..,,,..G. ...... Rowles PercHull (2)' ..G. ... Warren (2i Substitutions: Paps-Gentry, Gee. pay—Davis (2), Smith, Holloway. 1 i'. . Senior Girls BJythcYllle (17) PCS. Biy'do) B JBall (10) ...F. ..MrMaster (61 B Whrhunt'(2)F. .. Coehran (5) JWdner F. .. Hlcuman (41 Whlsenljunt G Knight ivls G Gentr> Seay ....:,,.. o Fought ',L Substitutions: Blythevilie—Wilson •5J, E Overman. Bay — Blalock Kmrrlock, Pugh. i [<r Bifeiees: C. J.'WIlson and Ted Refrigerator Service Frtd Lawfer ADAMS APPLIANCE , CO., Inc. J. W. Adanu, Mxr. Phone 2(71 206-08 W. Mull LOOK WE HAVE CARS All Makes & Models 46 CIIEV. 4? DESOTO 41 CIIEV. 38 CHKV. 37 HUICK OTIIE11S TO SELECT FIIOM BURNETT & ALLEN ALLEN SER. STATION I'honp !>2S 110 K. j\Ij,i n SYDNEY. Aiis;rn::.i. j nn . 18. — (UPI—long Pauls Billy Talbert, Ihe olil stcndy strokcr from Wi!- niington. Dei.. n ncl c.ardnar Mui- loy of Miami. Fin., won a six-set exhibition doubles mutch ycslrrclny from coltn Long and Dinny I'.iils, both Australian players. Tnlbcrl nnd Mnlloy elected to rcmnln In Aifstralln after other Ainerlcnn Davis Cup players returned to Ihe United States o. o. C-. Substitutionsr Gosnell—Ward H\ Jncksnn. Ncttlcton — Toulcy, E. Holmes (5), King. Senior Girls j Gosnell (38i Fts. Ncttlcton (311 ' Grimes (9) I-V S. L>onlhiU'<22) • Hcvill (131 p Dortml Wisriom HOI ...P... Brumicy (12)Bolln '.Ci.... V. Doutlntl' Bright o or,le ; Brown .' (i Uingl Substitution:;: Gosnell — Moody. Nctlleton—Marrcl, C. Uorton. Junior Itovs Gosnell (121, Hoeoll Lllelns Hart id West Hi Sellers (!) Poi. .. .F. . ..P. . . . . v',; . . . . G'. . . .. G. . Nettleton <;m Sllrl>iui<;h l2l . Giinimill (41 . Hsirdin (13) ... rntc (l(>) , Chester (2t STARTS RELIEF IN JUST6 SECONDS COLD PREPARATIONS ^ TABLEIS OR BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST AniWSSION PRICK ANYWIUCKK! Reserved Seals or. S.ilc al (he Legion Arena fv6ni G p. m. Kvcry Monday Monday, Jan. 21 M)UJ.TS 15c — CHII.URKN loc ITiix Intludcd) SKATO 15c KXTRA TAG MATCH AL SZASZ and JOE WELCH versus BILLY VENABLE and STOCKY KNEILSON 2 1-FALL 30,-MIHUTE MATCHES Al Szasz vs Billy Venable Joe Welch vs Stocky Kneilson MORE RURAL TELEPHONES Last year throughout our five-stale territory we made a record in building rural telephone lines and installing rural telephones. Thirty-three thousand poles, 8,000 miles of wire, 16,000 new telephones on farms! Over four times our best previous year's record! And that docs not include nearly 10,000 other telephones installed in rural areas. Shortages of material kept us from doing more. As the rural construction program moves into 1947, we look forward to an even better record. We are going to try to make it possible, eventually, for every farmer in every one of the Southwestern Bell's ^00 exchanges to have a telephone if he wants one. This year, again, we'll work as hard as we can toward that goal; / SOUTHWESTERN Bill TEIEPHONE Saturday "Rustler's Roundup" Wllll Klrby Grant, FII//.V Knight Selected Shorts SATURDAY OWL SHOwT "GENTLE ANNIE" with .lumes Cruifc Also Sliciri Subjects Sunday and 'HOLIDAY IN MEXICO' with Walter ritlsfon, Ilnna Masscy Also Stiorls R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today "The Avenging Rider" Kith Tim Holt Cartoon ar.il 6th Chaiitrr j "Xorro's Black Whip" SATURDAY OWL SHOW "THE MISSING LADY" with Kane Richmond as "The Shaclnw" Plus C'artoun Sunday and Monday Tuesday * 'HIE S7_ORY OF *" -ft EVERY WOMAN'S •* * r\VO GltllAT LOVl-fi % ROSE FRANKEN,. .. and IMvO News CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Costs So Little" WEEKUAYR Box Office Opens B:15 p.m. Bh«w oUru 7:00 p.ia. Last Time Today SADDLE LEATHER LAW with Charles Starred and Dull Taylnr Serial "Manhunt of Mystery I.asl Clnpler Also Carloon SATURDAY OWL SHOW "CRIME BY NIGHT" SlaHs at II p.m. with Charles l.ani; and Jane Wymiul New Serial "Slonslcr aud live Ape" Chapter 1 Also Short.s Sunday and Momlav "To Have ond Have Not" Humphrey BoRart, Lauren llar.ill Dolores Moran News and Carloon

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