The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 18, 1947 · Page 8
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FACE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.y COURIER NEWS National AAU Cage Champions Of 1946 Roll Up 103 to 28 Score as 1947 Tourney Opens ' DENVER, aiai-ch 18. (U.P.)—Bartlesville, Okla., opened defense ;of its Nntionol AAU basketball championship by rolling iiu a 103-28 victory over Roauokc, Va. Fort Bennlng's Doughboys,South-» — eastern AAU champs meet Pocalcl- lo. Ida,, in the second round. 7fi to 52 yesterday The Columbus, Ga., army team ilb>[Ktsed of tile College of Ozarks ^6 to 52 yesterday. The Denver Nuggets defeated Baton Rouge. La., 67 to « In '.he second round. The Oklahomans weren't particularly hot. They just couldn't avoid scoring o ver the hapless n nd dwarfed Virginians. After they had piled up 99 points and less than a minute of play re- even Want to score. They Just stood still under the Roanoke basket, looking bored. At first the Virginians Just held the ball, not trying to score themselves but merely seeking to stall df a 100-pclnt total for Bartlesville. There was the ludicrous spectacle of two teams standing on the floor, almost motionless. Then someone slipped aiid, with 30;. seconds to go. the ball rolled out of bounds. Burtlesville got to toss it iu. What could the oilmen do? They had to score once—then again, and they walked off the court after the linal gun with 103 points. Gome Board Authorizes Construction LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 18. —<UP)—Game nnd Pish Commission Secretory T. A. McAmis began :p!iuis today to advertise for bids /or £30,600 construction at the in- Completed fish halchcry on Lake tfamlltoii near Hot Springs. Meetipp in Little Hock yesterday, the commission decided to resume tionstruction of the hatchery thnt was started but upon which work Stopped during the war. The ont- \lB.y is about one-third completed, 'and the commission' anticipates finishing it during the next bien- nlum. ; The commission named a com- Jnittee headed by Harry O. Barf 'of Fort Smith to draw up qualifications for the 25 new field personnel authorized by th s legislature and _Jhich also will apply to the present "15 wardens. McAmis said the qualifications would be "similar'' to those set up by the civil service. Kentucky State Teachers Coach Takes New Post ; NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 18 <DPJ—Vernon (Ted) Hornback, assistant basketball coach at Western /Kentucky Sti.te Teachers College Since: 1939, was named today as head '/basketball coach at VnnderblH Uni, \ersity. ;;.'• Hornback will succeed Norman .Cooper, who was relieved of his du- Pro Football Coach Visits Chick Menior Cecil Isbell, head coach of the Baltimore Colls, pro football team nf the newly formed All-Anierican >ro league, and Bob Rohenberg. owner of the club, stoirped briefly n Hh'tnevlllc yesterday to visit Coach BUI Godwin. Mr. Isbell and Mr. Rohenberg are making a scouting tour ot the Southern states, looking /or male- rial for their 1947 team. When asked about his prospects 'or the coming football season, Mr. Isbell replied, "Well, i cnn't say 'list yet, I have some very fine ina- prlal lined up and more to sec". A lot of football fans will remember Mr. Isbell as tlie top half of he famous Isbell to Hutson pass- ng combination of the Green Bay Packers. Mr. Isbell Is a graduate of Purdue University \vhero lie played football ''ore becoming professional. Last a r lie returned to Purdue as head coach. He recently signed as head coach of the Colts. A lot of experts considered Mr. Isbell as one of the greatest 'passers In professional football. He. -\iong with his pass-snatching team mate, Don Hutson, hnld many national passing records. Kentucky Cats Handicapped by Overconfidence NEW YORKj March 18. (UPJ- Solving the problem of Overconfidence was all that stood today bs- twcen Kentucky's wily Wildcats ami their second straight National Invitational Basketball championship. Kentucky almost fell a victim lo thnt old "clebbil" of winning teams last night when It blew a 19-point second half lead and barely finished a 66 to 62 victory over a never-quit Long Island University team. The Wildcats now play another hard-hitting Southern tcaiij. I he Red Terrors from North Cntollun Stats, in Wednesday night's scmi- fmnl bill. In the other Wednesday game, Utah's battling "BI1U Kids," 45 to 44 victors over Duquesne of Pittsburgh last night, face West Virginia's fast-shooting Mountaineers, i JT~~ California Fillies- ^EvK^cm0wmasahsMGKZKTZ*Mfl9R23fiECEMH f. 1( :Uy Beatrice Luschen. employe at "Glen "cove'^Stu yalk.jp, Calif can-esses the farm's Intcsl coll believed to largest foaled. At birth, the colt weighed 138 pounds nine o , was 48 mchcs tail, possessed a girlT, of 37'.i inches She Kquesliian out of Bertha liiufoot. ' Brown Bomber Publishes 'My Life Story' NEW YOttK, Miircli 18. <UP)_ Joe Louis' new book, "My Life Story," lilt Die street tmJ.iy. almost coincident with the announcement that he would make his 24th defense of the heavyweight title at Yankee Stadium on June 20, Naming the defense date nnd site before designating the chul!i>n<>- er would seem premature, unless the announcement was intended t ( , stimulate the sale of the book! For at least, three months most fight fans, at least, have known that bomber Joo preferred to defend against the winner uf tho Haksl-Brucc Woodcock international bout, slated for London. Apr!': 15 Pew of those fans were aware however, that author Uniis was releasing Ills latest brain-child toch-y —a. simple narrative told allcptdiy In Joe's own words. The champion probably did iic|>j much in turning out this excellent autobiography—published i )V nucll Sloan and Pcarce—for it glides nloiiK smoothly In the easy Louis conversational style, garnished with wholesome, and at times humorous observations about family, friends !,ml Joe was born on n faun at Lafayette, Ala. TUESDAY, 'MARCH 13, 10-17 is bv y Mat : 'Meanies Use All Tricks; Kheiisen and Keene Victors ri>c body of „ horse has 91 bones. Cyclist messengers O f the British | postofflce cover 200.000,000 miles annually, with n total of 20000 bi- Using ..about every trick to try and after four minutes of brutil to beat .-their opponents into sub- body "blocks, eliminated him with mission, stocky Kncllsou anil Char-< lib famous Strantrlcr Lewis head ii-v Keene dofeateH Tommy Ward lock. Jack Mood;, in two ' out ofj The third fall proved to be evcry- ley nnd uni UHUK iwocHiy in two out 01 three falls in the weekly wrestling match at ihe American Legion Arena last night. uiuig but a wrestling match as the four Hi row everything but the ring posts at each other with Referee usual, catchin ler L?wis heacllock. Kneilscn was disqualified by Keferee Mcroncy after eight minutes of eye-gouging on Ward in their one f-,i|, prelim. x'Io\veri_., i^nuii^i.-iL. iii.^ Nic- managed to slip (by Ward and tun his partner, Kcenc. . ••"... Kecne entered the riiiR and after, loin:, ,.„.. ,.,_,._ lo 'nbout in the same shape but ' h managed to stagger to his cornet 1 saving him from and las Moodv elimination. Moody, "still grow from his beating, was no problem for tlie two bloodthirstv grapplsrs •""' —•"• soon pinned alter a scries tics as Vanderbilt basketball coach in order to devote his full time lo football. Hornback also will nid In coaching spring sports and will serve as an assistant football coach during the early part of the grid season. - ...l.T 11 11LI.IC luu JUU!;", lot Jack lag bis mrtner saving him from further punishment. (It wasn't _ ,. ll; ... 1}S tttlv , *,,i t , IOIH*. however, until Ward ,\vas .- series of well placed kicks to '" ' ' the mid-section and rabbit punches, had Ward ripe for o body slam and pin, eliminating him after 15 minutes of activity. | Moody Seeks Hevenge j K*J mo- n •Moody entered, bent on revenge'and was suun inni!™ aucr a scr of his partner's brutal beating but of kicks, sinus and 'body slmns. found the two Dutchmen hard to \ Ward entered the ring .apparently, handle by himself and it tookjieady for a'nythlnR Keene -or. Kncllscn and' Keeiw Just. 12 inin-l Kiieilsen had to offer but sOonl utes to siive him the same .treat-! submitted under the same treat-1 ment and eliminated him. ' nient and Referee Meroney slopped In the second full. Ward came <u " —' '•' •'--'--- ''- *-•back -like a whirlwind, blocking and kangaroo We Guarantee RECAPPING with Hawkinson Treads Let Your Next Tires Be ,' GENERALS j iCosl More — Worth More) MODINGER TIRE CO. j "6 E. Main Phone 220 , , Jockey, Refused Chicago License, To Ride at Spa HOT SPRINGS, Ark., March 18. (UP)—Jackey Wendell Ends loday | held a permit to ride al Oakla'.vn Park for the remainder of the meet following action of tlie Arkansas Racing Commission yesterday. He had been refused a license to "ide In Chicago, Racing Commission Secretary Otho A. Cook said that the commission could uncover no evidence that any charges were preferred againsj the jockey and that the action lak- en In Chicago must 1mve been caused by some personal difference. Tony Za/e in Memphis For Bout in Auditorium MEMPHIS, March 18. (UP)—Middleweight Chiunpion Tony Zah war. scheduled to arrive here today and go through a light workout in preparation for his 10-round non-title Ixml with Tommy Charles at the Auditbrium here Thursday night. Promoter Milo Soloinito predicted a capacity crowd of about 5,ijOO. Read Courier News Want Ads. Honest Lew Slices Away $2,000 Purse JACKSONVILLE. Pla., Match 18. (UP)—Clayton Hfiefncr of Chnr- lotle, N, O., today boasted ills first golf title since 1942, largely lie- cause Lew worsham of Washington, D. c.. is not only honest uul insistent. The Washington professional was leading by one stroke at :he last hole of the $10,000 Jacksonville open on Sunday and svas the ap.narcni winner but he pointed out that lic- nudged' his ball on the 18th hole. "Honest Lew" argued until tournament officials agreed to penalize him one stroke. Loss of the stroke threw nun into a tie with llacfncr and MM Charlotte player won on the third extra hole of the playoff match yesterday when Worsham blew up. Hjtef- ner clinched the $2.000 inner's purse when Worsham sliced his drive into a sandlrap. He took a seven for the par four hole, throe more than Hacfncr. The pair finished the 18 holes niirl tivo extra holes of the phivofT match with pars. "For Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Co/d Storage tor Furs and Woolens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS i? : * :: ^-*-'.*.'*>->:*::*:»"»:>:>"«:>:>:>:>:>:>:>:>>:>:>''»''»'>'>'>'«'>"»"»-«'v NOTICE ! .* We Will Close Each I WEDNESDAY I *. >; I At 11 a. m. Until Further Notice f '*) RED BALL BARBER SHOP I SAFETY FIRST BARBER SHOP I .. Kecnc into a riazo where a well- placed body pin stopped him. Jack Moody, the 230 pound ex tackle from Tennessee, got hi- chancc for revenge on Kneilsei nicnt and Refere.. rd came' the onslaught before the two shoulder. Dutchmen had n chance to pin the kic!t'.:;t: apllc -Ward. 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