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*AGE EIGHT (ARK.) COURrPR NEWS County Cagers Face Busy Week; Chicks Vs. Paragould With the Christmas holidays arid the post-holiday tournaments behind them, Missis- *»ppl County's high school basketball team return to the business of finishing- their schedules this week. And they face a busy week of it, with 14 games on the agenda. Blytheville's Chlckasaws, their* victory strjng broken at five straight by Tuckerman In Arkansas Stale College's tournament last week will play two games this week, one on ttie road and one at home. Tomorrow night, ihe Chicks go to Paragould along with the Junior Papooses to take on the Bultdoss and the Paragould junior Bullpups in a doubleheader. Friday night, the Chicks will play Humes of Memphis here. Osceolp.'s Semlnoles will have their work cut out for them tomorrow night. Conch Dukie Speck's boys and girls teams will play the Wilson Bulldogs In a doubleheader at Osceola. Friday night. Hie Seminoles piny Greene County Tech of Paragould. Lcachville's Lions also play two games this week. Tomorrow night the Uons take on Mnunadukc at Leachville and Friday nifiht they go to Center Ridge to play the team that was runner-tip in the state tournament last year. L\ixora and Bnrdette each have ttlff opponents this week. Tomorrow night, the Panthers ot LAlxora take on Gosnoll fit Gosncll. On F*ri- day night they play Wilson at Luxora. Bllrdette goes against Ketter at Burdette tomorrow night and Friday night the Pirates go to Oosnell. In another game tomorrow night, rjeH travels to Manila for a twin- bill. Then Friday night. Coach Boh Edwards' teams return to meet MtMco Jllg-h jn » doubleheadcr. in other games Friday night, 8htwn«« goes to Trumann for a pair of games and Manila takes on l**» City at Manila. 1h« MpHal of O»*ema!a City. Ouatftmali IE 'Potential Headaches'Greet Opening of NCAA Meet CINCINNATI W*;—A flock of potential headaches was plied up on (he agenda u preliminary niulons started today for the 4Glh annual convention of the National Colleglat* Athletic Association. ——~ * The remedies—It found at all— won't he considered umil later in the week but the pains started even before the NCAA delegates arrived. In fact, some of (hern, notably (hnt concerning the televising ot football games, have been going on for many months: Some of the others concerned post-season athletic contests, prin- Two Changes On Arkansas' '52 Grid Slate FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. <M"t — University of Arkansas' 1052 football schedule announced Saturday, shows only two changes from (he 1051 list. The University of Houston replaces Arizona State of Teinpe, and the. university of Mississippi was scheduled in place of Santa Clara University. The schedule: Sept. 20—Oklahoma A. <fc M. at Little Rock Night Sept. 27—Houston at Faycltcville. Oct. 4—Texas Christian at Ft, Worth Night, Oct. 11—Baylor at Little Rock. Oct. 18—Texas at Austin. Oct. 25—ole Miss at Little Roek. Nov. I—Texas A. <fc M, at College Station. Tex. Night. Nov. 8—Rice at Fayetlevllle pad's day. Nor. 15—Southern Methodist at Tajrettevtlle Homecoming. Nov. 2»—Tillsn at Tiilsa. Lions Keep ASC Title; 2 Chicks on All-Stars JOWSSBORO—LMCchvIHe 'and Greenway reign today as the chniti- ptou <* Attensu state College's fifth annual Invitational basketball tar high achool teams. clpnlly bowl football games: nld to athletes; oul-of-senson football and bd.skctlxill practice—and proposals to give the NCAA greater authority over its members. The college basketball gambling scandals and Ihn question of dc- cjnphnsJs of .sports were certain to hnve at least, unofficial places on the program. The actual NCAA sessions won't start until Thursday but committee gatherings and meetings of affiliated organizations storied toilay. The associated groups Included the college football coaches, college baseball conches nmi the sports division of the college public relations officials. Directors of the National Football Hnll of Fame also were scheduled to meet today. They are seeking a new executive secretary to succeed Arthur Evans, who died recently. st year's •rirtner, won A titto by outlasting WilMrman TO-IH In the finals and • uuiway wirrpowered Clover Bend for «rw C1«M B title. n-plaew Wilson as the • «TM«i4jfcJil. Wlteon ws* defeated SET Ofcjr to ttlfl open round r'j tournament, had bo come from be- At protect their crown, TaihKiiinn h*M a 40-37 IHohfrroAri'f scoring f&9. H0ft4to, fouled out in the atxt the &fons fchen took tarry Scott hit the for a Mai of X points to ]Md the L4004 to victory. Heath M0**d 31 to lead Tuckerman. k the B vacne, Greenway pulled . ki the lost half to grab its "Ward paced Greenway to •with M point* and Ted ' pacod Hover Bend witii 22. Two Biybberllta players were DECISION —Manager Casey Stengel looks off into center field at Yankee Stadium and studies the hole left by Joe DiMaggio's decision to retire. The New York pilot has just ibout decided to turn the big job; over to. young Mickcv Manllc. (NEA) named be the a 11-tournament team chosen by the tournament officials and coaches. "Chicks making Ihe team were Montroe Holland and Joe Lynn Vowell. Other* on the all-star A team were Larry Scott, Teddy Gllpatrick and Shelby McAdams of I«!ichvlllc; Heath, Charles Wllhlte »nd Roy Burgess of Tuckermnn, Murphy Spurlock of Bay and Tom Baker ot Pocahontas. Th« B division all-tournament team included Harold Sneers, Bob Ward and Earl Wayne Gatewood nf Oreenway; Ted Winfrey. David Doyle and Che"stcr Warnick of Clover Bend, Lowell Stevens of Brookland, Bud Reeves of calico Rock; John Stotts of Lake City and Harold Thomas of Monette, A Game Le«chvllle (70) Pos. Tuckerman <G4> McAdami (18) T. .. (11) wilhite D. Buck (4) .. T. .. (7) Gardner Scott (22) .... C. .. (18) Burgess Kenett (11) .. o. (23) ... Heath Gllpatrick (8) O Choate Subsltutes: Lenchvllle—Sain 7. Tuckerman—Carr, Henley 3, and Bailey 2. B Gam« Oreenway (58) Pos. clover Bend (41) Gutewood (2) P. (7) C. Waniick Norman (4) ..P. .. (32) Winfrey H. Speers (16) C. ... (10) Doyle Wright (9) .. G. (2) L. Warnick Ward (201 ... G. . <2) Whitmirc Substitutes: Greenway—Kcgley a. Battleman 4. Clover Bend—Turley P. Turley. Evashevski Named Coach At Iowa U. IOWA CITY;, ia. tApi-forcst Evnshcvski, a teacher of power football who calls his new job a "re.i! cJinllenge." Inst night was appointed head coach at the University of Iowa. The roira Board at Control Louise Suggs Is Winner at Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE. Fla. Wl — A solid litlle girl with a solid golf game is a tournament winner outside her own back yard for the first time in over n year. Louise Suggs. 118-pmmd Carrollton. Oa.. professional, wns third best money winner of the women's golf tour in 1051. She finished hisli up in nearly every tournament but the only one she won wns the Carrollton open. She's off to a great start in 1852, xvinnlng the Jacksonville Women's open yesterday and the S150 prize. Miss Suggs shot rounds of 13. 75 Atnletics named the 33-year-old former Michigan great ns Leonard Raffensbergcr's successor within three hours after Erashcvskl's formal resignation was accepted by Washington state College at p man. He will reporl here Fcb 1 President Virgil Handler of the university and the Slate Board of Education formally approved the athletic board's recommendation yesterday. Evashevski wns given a five-year contract. Both he and university officials declined to reveal his srilar which is presumed to lop the S12 000 he received at WSC. Evashevski, who ns quarterback did much. : 6f _.thc blocking for all- Americn Tom-Harmon in in 10 directed WSC to its best senson In 20 years Insl. fnll. The Cougars won 7 nnd lost 3. His contract had three years to run. Rnffcnsbergcr, 48. has another year to go on a three-year pact His 1951 team won 2, lost 5 and tied 2. His over-all record at Iowa Is 5- On Trust to Run At Santa Anita ARCADIA, Calif. Mi_0n Trust, E. O. Slice's dependable campaigner, E ocs nfter another stakes victory ihfs week in Saturday's 525,000 nrtrtcd Santa Catalina Handicap at Santa Anita. The mile nmi one-eighth fixture the feature hair of another stakes doubleheader. Is for 4-ycar-olds anc! upward lo.ilcd In California and serves as a prep for the S 100.000 Santa Anita handicap on March 1. MONDAY, JANUART T, 1MB ACE Committee Begins Task Of Writing New AthleticCode College Sports May Be Affected Greatly by Group's Suggestions By ARTHUR EDSON WASHINGTON (AP)—Ten college presidents today buckled down to the tough chore of writing a strict cocie for intercollegiate athletics. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD—Frank Leahy instructs his sons Jimmy 4, and Jerry, 8, in springboard diving. Notre Dame's head football coach and his family enjoyed n briel Winter vacation at Miami Beach. (NBA) Rice and Baylor to Test Leading TCU This Week By HARCH.D V. RATIJFF DALLAS W-Rlce ajid Baylor this week try lo stop the head-long dash of Texas Christian toward the Southwest Conference basketball championship. The Horned Frogs weren't press-*- . ed last week in opening the race with victories over Southern Methodist and Texas, considered one of the toughest obstacles. TCU beat SMU 58-43 and Texas 52-43. Texas A&M., the third team figured in title speculation, won its only conference game, beating Arkansas 47-42. Rice, which lost to Southern Methotiist 57-53, tests the Texas Christian machine at Houston to- Roberts, Canny On Wrestle Card Pour top heavyweight, including one newcomer to Blythcville. clash morrow tonight In the tag match main event of the American Legion's wrestling card at Memorial Auditorium. , , . _ , I' Teamed In the main event .are night. Baylor, moving into Wild Bill Gallion , championship play, takes on Texas Christian at Port. Worth Friday night. Texas, and et together Southern Methodist at Austin tomorrow night, A&M and Rice clnsh at College Station Friday night and Arkansas tackles Texas at Austin Saturday night. The Horned Progs roll on at a 03.4 point.s-pcr-gnme clip. They now have won 13 out of 13 lor the season. Agjlw Play OCU AfcM opens this week's activity tonight in a nonconference tilt with Oklahoma city University at Oklahoma City. George McLeod, the towering Texas Christian center, ii so far ahead in the scoring race he probably can't be caught although the season is just a little more than half over. McLeod roped 44 points last week to bring his season total to 242. Second Is Billy Hester, of Arkansas with 173. Hester won't be and Jack Moody against Red Roberts and Bill Canny. This will be Oallion's first appearance before a Blytheville crowd. Two one-fall preliminary bouts also are on the card, wilh Gallion meeting Roberts and Moody meet- Ing Canny. They hope to complete their job by nightfall. But exactly what they have written down — which may have a far-reaching effect on college sports—won't be made public Immediately, The report first will go lo the executive committee ot the American Council on Education for its approval or disapproval. No date has been set for an executive committee meeting. But Dr. John A. fannah, president of Michigan •late. College and chairman of the special sport'; committee, said he iopes a meeting will be called immediately. In addition to writing the report oday. the committee was to hear rom Ben Carncvale of the Naval Academy, representing Ihe nation's rasketball coaches, and Everett Barnes of Colgate, representing the >aseball coaches. At an earlier meeting the college iresidcnts listened to the football coaches, and then decided that 'ootball games should be confined to the fall. Their tentative conclusion: No football gnmc.5 after the last Sat- irday in. November or, possibly the first Saturday In December. They still must decide which date they >refer. But either way they go. it would mean the end of post-season football bowl games if their recom-j mendatlons are accepted, Freshmen Shouldn't Play Other decisions: They felt that 'reshmen should not play on varsity teams, that "lavish entertainment" should be prohibited as a ray of attracting prize high school ithlete»s. and that college players should take the same courses as other students and. keep up with ;heir classes. The presidents have reached no conclusions on the nub of the whole problem: What should—and can- done to control recruiting and subsidizing of athletes? Ac. yesterday's meeting, Ihe presidents heard from representatives of the nation's six accrediting associations. If the proposed athletic code were to go into effect, the accrediting associations would have the Job of policing it. adding to hi.s total; he" Arkansas and gone back farm. The standings: ALL GAMES W L Prt. TCU 12 1 .023 .583 f.V THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PEMISCOT COUNTY, MISSOURI James Acbtir/i Moore, an Infant, by Charles Bates, Guardian and curator, and Ophelia Bates, Ptfs. vs. No. 15,844 Veva Moore, Virginia chitman, Gladys Wbitley, Lonnie Jane White, Laura Whitfield, Aubrey Williams, Fred Keliey and Mrs. Fred Keliey, Dfts. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IX PARTICIPATION By virtue and authority of order of Court made and entered of record in the Circuit Court of Pemls- cot County. Missouri, on the 7th the Texns . SMU Arkansas , AirM Rice 12 7 6 6 4 5 The chief competition for On Trust figures to come from Moon- rush. Gold Capitol. Gold Note. Mo- nnnunrdan. and Sfnionscz. The latter three ran out of the money in last Saturdays S2.i,000 Mnlibn Sequel, won by Phil D. n nasc nhe.id or Ihe favored entry of Intent. Black DmiRlns. niici i'o Market, which finished 2-3-t in that order. Progressive Retirement N'EW YORK, if i—Or. Frank Frc- Baylor TCU . Texas SMU .462 .417 .400 .385 .083 PI. Op. 855 635 588 635 657 715 591 G70 452 482 7T2 705 145 I 11 LEAGUE GAMES W Li Pet. PI. Op 0 1.000 .000 .500 .000 Rice . .. Baylor . 1 1 1 0 1.000 1 .000 0 .000 110 43 100 42 47 53 0 Used Car Prices Drop On Lots in Singapore and over the 6.282-yard Brentwood' Municipal Course. Belty Jameson. San Antonio. Tex., former National Amateur and National Open champion, took second money of $500 with 234, seven strokes behind the winner. » i Babe Zaharias. Tampa, defending champion, was nine strokes behind Miss Suggs, tied for third place with ! Marlene Bnuer. Sarasota. Fla., at ' 23S. Each collected S2"5. SINGAPORE W)—A drop of 30 per cent in the price of used cars in the colony has been reported by - dealers here on-mi proprwed at an old-a s e since used car prices hit their conference here that, a retirement penk last July and August, an in!!. . . ™ r * f <* out so that n nun!creased supply of new cars has led of second-hand vehicles. A dealer s|x>kesman believes that second- prices will fall still lower as more new cars arrive from Europe. Hannah taid the accrediting groups were all Interested and willing to take on a chore that to most people would seem staggering. For, under the presidents' proposals, n school which violated athletic standards would endanger Its academic standing, just the same as if its chemistry department weren't up to snuff. Ted Kroll Leads At Los Angeles Rich Golf Tourney In Final Round with Dutch Harrison Close By PETE ARTHUR LOS ANGELES (API—A test of golf's old-tirners against Us young upstarts was in prospect today as the S17.500 Los Angeles Open Golf Tournament hended into the finish. Golfs veterans Include such names as Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Lloyd Mangrum, Cary Middlecoff, Dutch Harrison, Lawson Little. Johnny Bulla, Vic Ghezzt, Ellsworth Vines. Ho-jan and Snead, however, passed up this tournament. The younger generation numbers scores, but formed the bulk of the top contenders today "for the $4000 first prize. Setting the pace Is Ted Krol) of New Hartford, N. Y., making the winter tour on his honeymoon. Kroll. only hoping that "I can keep putting this well," topped 90 others at the 54-hole stage Sunday with 214. His last round of fiB was the best posted by any contestant In three days. But breathing hot behind Is one of the vets the steady Harrison, who seldom does badly over 7,020- yard, 71-par Riviera, the tournament course. Harrison had 215 and many figured him a shoo-In for the title. From Harrison down to Vines. Bulla and Ghezzi. who are bracketed at 223. 10 strokes over par, are, names more or less unknown to The meeting was closed, but many followers of the game. Young Maureen Conolly Voted 'Female Athlete of the Year' By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK (fly-F^iergetic Maureen Connolly, the second youngest player ever to win the National Tennis Championship, toiay ivas chosen female Athlete of the Year for 1951 in the annual Associated Press poll. left day of December. 1951, a certified copy of which was duly delivered to me by the clerk of said Court on the same day. and by which order I. the undersigned Sheriff of Pern and County, Missouri, was orderec and directed to sell the following described property, located and sit imled in Pemiscot County. Missouri, to wit: Lots 17 to 24, Inclusive, in Block 3. of Echols and Cobb Addition to Steele. Pemiscot County, Missouri. Lot 8. in Block 6. West Side Addition lo Steele. Mo. Lot 1. in Block 2. of Kelley's Third Addition to Stc.cle. Mo. Lots I and 2. of Kclley's Third Addition to Steele, Mo., Block 3. Lot. 7. Block 3. Kelley's Third Addition to Steele, Mo. Lot 11. in Block 1. of Knight's Replnt Number ff, Steele, Mo. Lot 7, Block 1. West Side Addition to Steele. Missouri. Northwest 47 feet of Lot 4, Block 1. Burton's Addition to Steele. Mo. To the highest bidder for cash The applecheeked. blue - eyed blonde from San Diego, who cap- .tured the tennis crown at Forest Hiils just 12^days before her nth birthday, bea't out Florence Chad- wijk, the English channel swimmer, and Mrs. .Vildred Babe Zaharias, a five-time winner in these yearly polls. Little Mo received 81 first place votes out of the 206 cast by sporls writers and sportscaslers from coast to coast and a totnl of 386 points. Miss Chadwick, the attractive ex- steno from San Diego, who now is the swimming pro at the Grossinger, N. Y. Country Club, was second wilh 287 points and 57 first place nominations. Mrs. Zaharias, leading money winner among the female golf swingers and named woman Goiter of th« Year, was third with 258 points and 47 first placers. Patty Berr. Fourth Golfer Patty Berg, a two-time winner of the poll, finished fourth. Winner of the National Qirls Championship In 1949 and 1D50. Little Mo was considered to be a year away from the HUe by her court advisors. She surprised Ihem all by sweeping to the finals with- '9 lor 221-one under par— h'°" ld wnrk !mir da J's a week at 35.1 to a stcadv drop in (he price ,..,„„ . _ .. ... ihrre days at 60. two at 65, and one Read Courier s Classified Atis. and for the purpose of partition of Ihe proccds among the parties to this suit, and thereupon to report the snle of said property to the Honorable Circuit Court of Pemiscot Couuty. Missouri. Now. therefore, this Is to give nolce that I- will, on Saturday, the I9th day of January, 1952, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock In the FOR RENT Typewriters & Adding Machines & Lots Modef Machines— Low Rates W« hay nM< i O f[[ ce m »ch!ne« A fnrnllnr*. Johnson Office Equipment Co. SALES— SERVICE 112 S. Broadway — Phone 4420 Adults 50c—Children 15c BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Jan. 7 8 p.m. TAG MATCH Wiid Bill Gallion & J. Moody T5. Red Roberts & Bill Canny For Reserved Seals. Call 3389 Also 2 1-Fdl! Matches Roberts vs. Gallion Moody vs. Canny out the loss of a set and then defeated tested Shirley Pry of Akron, O., an experienced internationalist, in the three-set final, 6-3, 1-6, fi-1. That made her the youngest champion since May Button took the title in 1504 at the nge of 17 years, nine months. Maiilcen weighs about 130 pounds, stands five feel, five Inches, has ooui:dlc5s energy and hits the hall harder and flatter than the great Helen Wills ever did. The San Dieso sensation won 12 of 15 major tournaments during the year, was brilliant in the Wightman Cup matches with England, and appears on the way to even B longer reign thnn the fabulous Wills. Miss Chadwick, n native of San Diego, became the first woman ever to swim the channel both 'ways when she made the treacherous anrt difficult England to Prance crossing the summer before In record time for a woman, 13 hours and 20 minutes, She Is now busy with radio and television appearances as well as her job a? a swimming pro. Thirty stars of many sports were named for a first, second or third place vote. afternoon ot thai day. at the East front door of the Cunty Court House In Caruthersville, Pemlscot County, Missouri, and during the session of said Circuit Court al Caruthersville, Missouri, sell at public vendiie for cash, to the highest bidder, all of the right, title Interest and estate of the above named plaintiffs and defendants in and to said real estate for the purposes herein stated and set out.' E. F. claxton, Sheriff of Pemiscot County, Missouri 12:24-31-1(7-14 HAVE WE A CLIENT IN YOUR VICINITY? Writ. . . . GEORGE S. A\AY CO.VIPANY D U.fi t, «L IJuefor '^-.-ft .•-,..• you in Co mmg soon. * EXTRA-BREWED 10 BE SUGAR-FREE* »•«•»«• wm«* M.-KY w».^'.Ul *',...H.w5.... SLIM RHODES AND HIS BAND will also be on hand CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer Railroad & Ash StrecU Blythevillt, Ark.