The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 4, 1947
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Ward and Wolfe Win Teg Match Rough and Tumble tactics Mixed With Scientific Wrestling In an alternating rough-and- tumble and scientific work-outs, Tommy Ward arc! Jo^ Wolfe dropped Charlie KeBne nnd. iL:fly P»-- er -in the last two falls to win the tag • mnteli last night at the RegionArena. The first fall •."opined on n rough-and-tumble note with all four - grapplers slugging heartily throughout the fall. Keene and Pacer resorted to repeated fouling and Pacer was soon to pull Wolfe . into his • partner's corner for ft two-on-one work-out. Pacer launched an attack on Ward and worked him over until Kccne entered-to rfo the eliniinat- mg with a Ijody slain and. pin. Keene and Pacer trapped Wolfe tyi tiieir corner and soon haci t!ie fall won as pacer applied the win- niiiE railing rocking-chair split. Ward and Wolfe began their victory march as they made short work of their opponents in the 10-mlnutc second fall. Wolfe drew first blood as he punished Keenc v»'Hh .slugging and flying tackles Which ended in a body p:n. Pacer, however, ccnic in for revenge us he lost no time in locking Wollc in a crab-hold to force him out. Ward rounded out the decision tor himself and Walfe oy launching more flying tackles to topple Pacer. Frcc-for-All Kfngcci Wolfe opened the deciding fall by catching Keens in an arm lock, tat the latter went through the ropes in search of his partner and Pacer entered to slap a leg-lock on Wolfe. The time seemed ripe for a free-for-all, so all four bounced into Ihe ring and Heferee Mike Mcrancy i'oon found himseli struggllng-beneath about £CO pounds of wrestlers. When two-man operations were resumed, Warci set the winning pace • by pinning Kcene after 10 minutes of the last fall and Wolfe caught the out-numbered Pacer seven minutes Inter in a rolling rocking-chair split. The semi-wlndup proved a slugging affair that delt Referee Meroney nearly as many blows as the contestants. After Keene handed Wolfe prolonged' punishment A Good" Name It's Spring... Down South Strong Milers Featured on Racing Card HOT Sl'niNGS, Ark., Mar. •).— iUP) — Seven strong milcr s will show their heels in the featured m-th event at Oaklawn Park here i today. Included will Ire Qulnlero i irom the J. c. Ellis stables and A. Shnyer's I r lo's Herbert. The Shuyer aii ( j Ellis entries arc expected to be favorites in the mile nml 70-yard race for a $1,200 purse. i Top-welghlcd ut 118 pounds Is 'I(inn. anil other entries Include Ted J Chnr, Crisis. Isolationist and OH' . Bel. Most of today's events will jhnve short fields, with the fourth and seventh showing only five horses each. In a powerful stretch run Vnl- ilina Date from the stables of Mrs. •I. L. Oglesby overtook Mrs. c. J Gamble's Hyhiistle to win yesler- i!a>'s sixth featured event. Jockey Robert Camp WHS up, and the win Player of the Year Slnii Miisinl helps water infield around first base ol Cards' new $300,000 training park in St. Petersburg. Al Lang, for whom the park is nuinccl, looks on. Young Athletes, Future Material For Chicks, to Parade on Main j pave him his second triple of the meet, I Hyhustle finished second in the I middle of the track, three-quarters [of a length behind Valdlna Date. PJay Hands was third, trailing Fly- j hustle by 3 and three-quarters J lengths, valdina paid $11.50 to win. 1 An estimated crowd of 4,500 yesterday placed pnrlmutucl bets lo- IsilillB $323,430. The first public appearance of* he 103 youthful gridmen in the Chickasaw Athletic Club—sponsored ' physical education program now being Instituted throughout Hlytheville grade schools will be made tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in a school parade being planned to honor Ihe new football piayers. The four grade school teams, led by the High School band, will parade through the business district in full uniform, accompanied by their coaching staffs. The tennis, expected to average about BO pounds per player, represent Sticibury, Langc. Central nnil Catholic grade schools, ami- bury, the largest school, has a £<|im<| of 44 boys while Ihe others have about 22 players each. Their uniforms-, which arrived the first of the month, include Inn p.nnts and jerseys of maroon nnd white, yellow and while, green nnd white and scarlet and white. Ench team has a volunteer coach assisted by two BUS grid veterans, The program is under the direction nf Coach Bill Godwin and Assistant Coach Firman Bynum. A FChedule of games is beinr^rut- incrt for the teams with games set for Friday afternoons. The schedule is expected to terminate in May, when the champion team will be named. This program Is calculated to produce a flow of youths with iootlmll exuericnce Into the ranks of the Blythcvillc Papooses nnd Chickasaws. Miami Boxing Event Hnlds Wide Interest MIAMI, rill., Mar. 4—(UP) —A ftiuwrlty crowd nnd a gate of SSJOO.- 000 were expected for tonight's Elmer (Violentl Hay-Jersey joe Waicut: 10-roimd bout In the Orange Bowl as vacationers and natives a'ike showed interest in the hcavy- fiighl scrap. Ray. originally from Hastings. Flit., nnd now from Minneapolis, was a 0-to-l fuvoiltc to repent the victory he .-cored over (he New Jersey battler nt Madison Square Garden last November. It was believed Hint tonight's winner would get a Summer title bout with champion Joe Louis. Charlie Root, Jr., 21, already hos the name. If he can pitch as well as his dad he'll do all right in Chicago Cubs'. Cat: alina training caitio. Barons Worm Up UIKMINGIIAM, /Mil., Mr ch •). (UP) — Cicnpriil Manager j'-.Idis Olennon ami Field ttfnnn;<>i Dirk Poitor Irtt totlny for the Blvaiir,"- ham Barons' Sprlu:,' tminiiv-; cninp Savcrnl players nrrivc tlicre to- it Bllnxl, Miss. were expected to morrow lor the opening of training Little Rock Ball Players To Begin 1947 Practice LITTLE ROCK, March 4. (UP) Bill Dickey gets a look at his Little Rock Travelers for the first time today. Cold weather will delay formal opening for several days, and Dickey will confine early workouts to running nnd throwing. Crackers Train in. Florida GAINESVILLE. Ma., Mar. 5 — Manager Ky Kl cuyler has sufficient men to put five baseball teams on the field as the Atlanta Crackers opened their training for the !iH7 season. The weather was lit lor football. Scalping the Scalpers NASHVILLE. Tcnn.. Mar. 4. — (UP)—Note to prospective ticket scalpers: Watch your step in Tennessee. The slate legislature has passec n bill making ticket scalping a misdemeanor. '' The measure was sponsored by legi.slntors from Knoxville, where Iral lootbnll season the University of Tennessee Vols played to sellout crowds just about every time they played home games. Fanfare at Dunkerque Marks -FrenchPaci First Arrival in Camp «,\V a-T. LOUia, Miss.. March -I. (UP)— Lindsey Deal, slugging Memphis ChicR outfielder, was in Spring training camp today and indicaleil he was ready to begin where he left oil in 19-10. Deal, a veteran who starred in n tiite 1046 drive that pushed Allnnta In the pcnnniil race, and rookie outfielder George Brown were Ihe lone arrivals at the club's camp j-e;- terday. Only Ijricf workouts wnre held because of cold weather. with hammer-locks, countered to topple the latter 11Y DAVID I.(»:mVIXG (United Press SUiff Corrcsiniiili-nt) •DUNICERQUE, March 4. (UP1 — Great Britain and F.'ance signcti' a 50-year military alliance here today. The Treaty of Diuikerque reunited the bonds last in force when a rng-tai; fleet rescued an •Anglo-French iinny of some 3DO.OOU from the bloody bcsirliEs to which the Nrzis had pinuc:i it for annihilation. War-ravished Dunkerquc was b?- dccked with allied flags. The splashes of cnlor were in marked contrast to the stained and weather-beaten ruins and the gray, oppressive -skiers. Foreign minister Georges Bi- daull of France came bv train i from .... ........ Keene with I. -Mi flying tackles, winning in 15 minutes. Pniis, to the firsi of arrive. He the two hurried . throuuh lines of potted plants ami was t;ret!crt with cries of "Vive Didault," He walked up the short Main Street, which was jammed wit! thousands of flag-waving spectators, to the little sub-prefecture for the signing ceremony. r Outside the sub-prefecture Bidault passed 30 school girls 10 t< 12 years old formed into a V and waving British flags. Foreign secretary Ernest Bevii and his party arrived ut Calat aboard the channel steamer Invic la. were greeted oy local authorities, and drove the 15 miles to Dunkcrque. Faded Union Jacks and French tricolors fluttered over the snowy ruins of Dunkerque in brave welcome. On] ya few thousand persons are living in the city, which is DO l>er cent destroyed. They searched three dnys for sufficient flags to commemorate the event in pro- TUESDAY, MAKC11 -1, 1947 Pride of Norway Arriving in New York dressed in native ski togs, these Norwegian skiers will compete with U.S. and Swiss teams in Olympic preview tournaments in this country. Left to rij-ht, standing: Ilnrald faandvil:, Ilr.iald Hague, Hagnur Baklid and Arnholdt Kongs- faard. In front ;irc Odd Harsheim, left, and Gustav Raaum Michigan Woman Is Medalist in Florida Tourney ST. AUGUSTINE, Pin., March 4. (UP)--Mary Agnes Wall of Men- jminec, Mi:h., held medalist lion- Jis a:; the Florida Ensl Const women's golf tournament moved into the second round today, shooting: a 76 in quaJilyhig play to lean iip.tioiml amateur clian.plon Mrs. E-l)j Didrlkson Z.ilr.;mi; of Deli- ver, Co'.o., by two strokes. Miss Wall covered the first nhii holes of the windswept St. Augustine links In 40 nnd then roarer over the buck nine in 35. Ml.! Ziinarias, winner of six slraigli Florida tournaments this year, wa Ihe only other competitor to brew Pcaiy- ICirk of Fhidl-iy. O., uiu' Polly Hllcy of Fo/t Worth, Tex ! ' were lied fcr third at 80. Englhl Champion M uirecn fiutlle of Lon '' uoj), experiencing trouble with hei? putting, \r,\s. fifth will! 81. J proposed an All-Moslem League ministry for [he province in place o> Die coalition ministry which collapsed Sunday nl^ht. Ojicu 0:30 p.m.; Show Sturls 7 Drawing Cards Daddy's having spring training! r stylo. Finally they had to request some from Paris and surrounding towns. The unltnposing sub-prefecture is the only public buikling to escape the war relatively intact. Only 50 persons could crowd into its reception room for tiie ceremony. The room was decorated with flags of the two countries. Floodlights were installed for cameramen. Beviu and top ranking members of his party will drive across the Belgian frontier after the ceremony to board a special train for Mascow. Bidr.ult will return to Paris and depart, for the Moscow conference Wednesday morning. Mother's Friend massaging preparation helps bring cast 1 nnd cotn/oi t to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FRIEND, prepared emollient. r. comlKLons where n bla:i<l, mild ano'yiit massage medium. I:i £l:S:i lubr!caL!<m i.- tlcsircd. Olio condl'Jon in vh.'cii V.OITNM' for more thrm 70 years hrmV u-c;l li > mi application, for tlie hoc' 1 during pregnancy ... it hcl;is Keen th" skin soft nnd pliable... thus uvoldin- unnecessary dir.ccir.fort, due to nnd tislitncES. It rctic?Ehp.s ttnti lont3 tl:c skin. An ideal niassacc ninllcnti'jr. for t!"< numb, tmeling or burr.iri^ sn-^ntlons o, the skin ... for thu tlri-ii bac'i muscle 1 or cramp-li!:'j p.iir.s in the Jcr3 Q-jtc!'!" absorbcri. Delightful to ^I'EC. lllglilv praIsecl *.1 y usors, many aoctors a!iO nurses. Mlilloiis of bottles F.oM. Just, n*k any druygist for Mother's Friend—the skin emollient and lubricant. Do try It. 30 Killed, Many Wounded in Riots in India ,- NEW DELHI, Mar. 4.—<UP> — ! .Thirty persons were killed and 'I" I warn wounded today in i rioting in the '.vallcci city of Lahore. ' An 11-hour curfew was imposed, ' nnd troops were called out to pro- ;. ''ent the situation from getting out -t hand, Hindus battled Moslems who had Hindus battled Moslems who had Ksical Instruments Supplies - Repairs Radios, OHice Supplies SPECIAL ORDERS SOLICITED Schools, Churches. ]i:mcls. Ocliestras & Clubs Given SPECiAL PRICES On Musical Instfumenls 107 E. Main Tel. 811 Tuc'stiay "JUNIOR PROM" with Frethl.\' Stu:irt, .ItniL^ I'l't-iss Scrlul—Jatk Armslriins Also Shorts Wednesday anil Thursday "SPELLBOUND" with lii'riil IScrgniiin, Grcsory IVck N'cu T s of the Diiv ami Shorts THEATRE la. Last Time Today ANY BUDWESSER ON THIS TRAir4? y fH/VCff^fffe?*' 3 *^ »•"BRING aMS THE BACON ! If You Have a JOB —Or Want One— Read How Advertising HELPS YOU! Other Ways Advertising Helps You: I, Brings you belter goods For less money. • i Makei shopping moto pleasant and caster. . V» Has given us th« world's highes! / ilanrfard of living. %Afi:ENEVRR you think ,-ilroul your * • job, rcmcinlxr this: ulliinately it. depends on sales. It's our American sys- Icm. Thai's whal. business is. To crealo income, somebody has lo sell soniot hing to somebody else. One fast, efficient way American business and industry sells it.s goods ami services is through advertising. Aifd results arc there for everyone lo see. Advertising means more sales to more jx^oplo. More sales mean more nnd belter jobs for all concerned —in tho factory, mines, offices, transportalion linos, on thu farms— all along tlic line! Always remember this—as you hear and rciul advertising. It's matting your job more secure! BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS YES, SIR! FINEST OF EVERYTHING 1 With America calling daily for so much more Budv/eiser than the world's largest brewery can produce, you obviously can't get Budweiser every time you ask for it. But, every sip tells you why it's well to keep calling for it. We are making it available equitably if not abundantly. So, to get your share, don't say 'beer 1 , say IT LIVES WITH GOOD TASTE ... EVERYWHERE I!KO News and Short* "\Vctlnestliiy & Thursdaj- "Bringing Up Father" uilh .loe Yule .tnil Kcnic Kianii rnramnnnl Xcws and Comcdr evv Theater Manila's' finest fibnws EVIiRY NIGHT Matinee Saturday & Hnnday Bos Opens Wcr.k Days 7:nn p3 SaL-Snu. 1 p.m. CnnL Stiowlni 'Cigarette Girl" Also Sliurts Wednesday and Thursday "DARK MIRROR" with Olivia DoUavilantl,' Ayrcs Also Short Subjects CHiCK THEATRE "Where Happiness Cost So Little" Bo* Of fire Opens 6:«,'i p.m. Show atart» 7:0« t».in. Tuesday "BACK TO BATAAN" with John Wayne. Anthony (Juinn Also Shorts '\Ycdiies<l;iy & Thursday "Experiment Perilous" \\ilh ricnrce Hrent, Hcdy I.ntmrr Serial "Phantom Uiclcr" Chapl. Also Shorts

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