The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 3, 1947
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILtg (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Jonesboro Wins District Four Cage Title for Juniors, and Marked Tree Girls Again Tops The Joiieslibro Whirlwinds captured tlic District junior title by defeating Trumnnn 20 to 18 at Jo-iesboro and the Marked Tree sextet ^copped its fifth consecutive clistrkt championship by ousting J'aratfotihl 49 to .'i.'j al Marked TVce" Saturday nigljf. ,* — Ward .Wolfe Pitted Against Keen and Pacer Baseball Okeh Now The Whirlwinds now 71 precede lo th* state junior high school tour- nunent starting Thursday night at Jpnesboro and the Marked Tree six BO to the .stale girls iburney beginning' Wednesday night at Par.i- •jould. Marked Tree went to (lie finals by downing Crawfordsville 69 to Vi In seml-fiiials and Greene ConnS High School 57 to 24 in secon.l- rcund piay. The winners dropped •Harion 52 to 19, in their opening lilt. Crawfordsville went lo the semi-finals by ousting Hulbcrt 63 to 49. Paragould advanced lo Hie finals alfcr beating Tyronza 48 to 34 .ind DlKie 64 to 36. In the first-round, Paragould won over Bay 30 to '23 Tyronza got to the finals by ousting Netilelon in aliening play 40 to 28 and getting a forfeit Irom Rector in the second round. Favored to Win Stale Title Tlie Marked Tree girls have been slate champions for the past lour years and will be a favorite In stele competition. . To reach the finals, Jonesboro downed Whittcn 59 to 36 in the semi-finals, Earlc 48 to 32 in sec- end-round play and Nctlleion 01 to 13 in the ope.'icr. Trumani? advanced by defeating Osceola Gl to 14 in semi-finals, Tyronza 27 to 15 in a second-round S«me and Marion 49 lo 16 In firsl- rouud plby. Jonesboro cagcrs named to the All-district first team were Merrill; center and Keller and Morris, guards. Truinann representatives on this-squad are scurlock and Atkln- Km,"forwards, and Baker, center. Named to berths on All-star teams from the girls' tourney were i-j following: First team—Bogaan of Paragould, M. Dean of Mar!:ed 'free' and. Merriwether of Para- sould, forwards; Wray of Marked Tice, Brady of Pnrngauld and Hulcy of Marked Tree, guards. Second . team—Freeman of Tyronza. Nodini of Crawfordsvlllo and Howe of Crawfordsville, forwards; Fisher of Tyronza. of West Memphis and Lung or Marked. Tree, guards. Musial Gets Pay Hike ST. 10UIS, Mo., March 3. (UP) ^-Sam Breadon. owner of the St. Louis Cardinals, said the contract • signed yesterday by Stan Musial, Ordinal first, basjmiin. called for ;» "very substantial increase." Musial, who was voted the Na! tlonal League's most valuable player ; last year, has besn with Ihc Cards nt their St. Petersburg. Fia., training camp, but had not been able to come to terms with Breadon. Breadon said Musinl -was well satisfied with the contract. He refused to disclose Inc. terms of the agreement, which Is for one year. ; Signs With Cardinals JACKSONVILLE, Fla., March 3. <UP)—Charles (Rabbit) Smith, for- .._ „.. „„,„, "**'• Georgia University halfback.' professional contract' Turfman Conn With L?fty Pacer and Joe wolie hack in local wrestling liarness. a hard-fought and reasonably scientific match is foreseen lor tonight's weekly tag fracas on the Lesion Arena mat. Away a year since performing for fans here. Wolfe will toe paired with Tommy Ward. Pacer return 1 ; alter an absence of two and a hall years (o team up with Charlie Keen to provide the opposition. Preceding the main event, Wolfe and Kcene will tangle in n one- fall, 30-minute time limit opener nnd Ward will swnp holds with Pacer In the other prelim. 'routed as fast for their si/e, Wolfe, and Pacer, a pair of ex- rtiidmen, each weigh In the neighborhood of 200 pounds. Pacer is en exponent of the difficult Hying head scissors while iWolic brings his football training into use by specializing in Hying tackles. This will be the third consccu- llve lag match here In which Wurd and Kecne have laced cacn other from oppa.-lte corners. With other partners, each has detcated the other once. Their techniques are similar In thai both nrc capable of staging scientific mat-worK although both can and will rapidly switch to rough and tumble methods when the opposition warrants the change of pace. All-Arkansas Fishing Contest To Get Under Way on March 75 MONDAY, 31AKC1I 'I, 1M7 _. ._ ^Setting• cxanipln for his nUompt lo rcacciu;iint liis people wllh biiscball, oarrcd during the war, I'.inee Tsunenori Kaya -17 calches as Ins sons. Prince liarunori ;mcl Akinori, umpire and i>at, respectively, in Tokyo. So Nice To Come Home To footballers of Future in BlythcYille Schools Display Hew Uniforms With the nrrivnl of complelc friot- bnll Kcnr, gridiron training of fifth niul sixtli urnclc boys in Ihc physical education p r o g r n in sponsored throughout Blytlievllle grade schools by the Chlcknsnw Athletic Club Is In progress under the piloting of volunteer coaches and their high school gridmen nsslstimts. First public viewing of the youthful grid nspirnnts in their new uniforms took place between hnlves of the BlythDvllle-Mnnlln basketball game Friday night when 22 members of tlio Crimson Tide from Central School gave nn exhibition' of calisthenics tvnd scriintnn^injf. Tills team is conchcd by J. P. Friemt. five official weighing stations in Mississippi County for registration JPC! reporting of catches in the All- Arkansas Amateur Fishing Contest were designated today by the Arkansas Wildlife Federation, sponsoring organtwitloii.' In nlythcville, imbbard Hardware Co, and Planters Hardware Co. will serve as official welshing registering stations while oth- have been set nj) at McKin- lion's In Manila, Wrslem Auto As- fwlnle Store In Osceola and Hlpps Hnig Store in I^achvillc. rhc first period of the. contest !s f:cheduled to get underway March 15 and will continue to April 15. All fish entered in the rantcr.t must to submitted by registered contest- •ints. From the weighing stations, re»istrants will be mailed registration cards with their contest number. l'*or catching the biggest fish in fmir of the State's most populr.* fame fish classes. 132 fishermen will receive awards of cash and shing equipment. Prizes for UIL> first period, from larch 1G to April 15, follow: For the largest crappic—I'fleugor inprcmc Heel given by OJ'gill Bro- iicrs of Memphis. For the largest bream (or ))ercli) - Camp Refrigerator given by •'ones Brothers or Little Rnck. For (he second largest crappie— -'ic dozen assorted plugs given by BuMi-Caldwell of Little Hock. For tile second largest bream or lereh—One Car Top Carrier given by ones Brothers Hardware Co. of Little Rock. . For the third largest cripple' — Ki-ep Alive Minnow Bucket given S. S. Appliance Co., of Little Rock. For the third largest bream lor iicreh)—One-half dozen assorted "Gran' popper" buos by Wynne Precision Co. of Griffin, Ga. For the young fisherman who hnsn't yet reached sixteen, there is special prize list: For tlie largest crappie—Trolling Stand given by Fones Bros of Litle Rock. For the largest bream <or perch) One dozen assorted [lies given by Bush-Ciildwell or Little Rock. Each of the above winners will hi; awarded the following files: One Dlpsy Doodle by Wood Mfg. Company of El Dorado; one Water Ecout by C. A. Clark Bait Company of Springfield, Mo.; and a Flatter Jiick hy L. D. Cook Bait Mfg. com- P.iny of Shrevcport,, I,a, There will he prizes every month In each class in addition to the four grand pi' Each contestant taking the largest fish during the full contest In all four divisions will be Kivcn $250 in cash, one outboard motor, one boat and numerous ii'.Rclal awards, The March Issue ot Arkansas Outdoors, official monthly publication of the Arkansas wildlife Federation, contains n full list, of the rules- and regulations of the con- assisted by Gerald Bill Bracey. lllomcyer and has signed a one-year contract with the Chicago Cardinals, owner Charles Biclwell announced hern today. Terms of the ugii-uinum were not revealed. Smith was second liMiest scorer for the Bulldogs in 1945. Another ex-Georgia gridiron grciit Charlie Trippi, who recently signed with the football Cards, was on hand to watch Smith ink his fust Clarance (Biggie) Munn, who quit Syracuse to become head gridi conch at Michigan State, beats par by finding a'new home in East Lansing, Mich., in only two months, bul now faces problem" of furniture shoving. Mrs. Vcra Munn and Jane, 3, and Mike, 5, ' ' CaHfornian is Winner Of Florida Golf Event ST. PETERSUUHG. Via.. Mnrcn J P>—Despite soggy turf and strong winds which sent final round scores kiting. Jimmy Domaret of Oj:ii, Cal., finished 57 holes in lour-under-par ?80 vesterday (o win the SIC.000 St. Petersburg Open golf tournament. : Making up for poor putting with booming drives and sharp iron play, Demaret carded 13 and 72 on 'lie final day's play. The victory earned him $2,000, SCOO more than that te- cciveii by Jim Ferrier of Chicago who was second with 283, one undci 1 par. The brown creeper is a bird. Read Courier News Want. 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