The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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v -PAGE SIX Central Eleven -~ . ,.^ , To Play Sudbury ; Grade. School Teems ' , To Meet on Gridiron Tomorrow Night - • Central's Crimson Tide, oni> of .the members of Ihe grade schoul .-football league will wind n? (heir .practice today and settle down to 'serious thinking as they pliy tlvrir .first game 'tomorrow night v.livfi jlhey take on the Green Wave Jroin /Sudbury. • Coach Corky FUomeyor sent liis squad of some 25 lads through light scrimmages against tile Cat!-,o!ic '"Fighting Irish at.Haley Ficid ye n - .terday afternoon to get a tru3 pie- ;ture of his aggregation i!i iiulion. • 'Meanwhile, ihe Sudbury Green ../Wave, one of the best lookiong outfits in the league, scrimmaged •Rightly with ther ibrotlier team, the ..Sudbury Bulldog.5, on their own '.sohoo! grounds. "? Both teams will work from the ,T formation with the six-tv.'o-lno. ..one defense teing applied most of the time. Central will be lianrti- tcnpped with lack of weight on their ,;team but will have a fast niu) sliilw •'backfleld. 1 The Green Wave, one of the heav- )est learns in (he league, will field .22 or 23 players, witli a couple or three boys that will tip the icale jiear a hundred pounds. :. In the opening gnmc, the Yarbio • Razorbacks will meet the Catholic "Fighting Irish tomorro ur.fternoon ,'nt -1:09, with Central'vs. Suctburv •^Green Ware'nnd Laiige Wildcats "vs. Sudimry 'Bulldogs on tomorrow .^light's card. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK!) COURIER NEWS ^Travelers Win Baseball Game trorn Teachers "f LITTtE ROCK. Ark:, Marcil 20. -^-'UPlr-The Little Rock Travelers •face two days of additional trnln- "Jng Thursday and Friday before jnovin™ into Shreveporl, La.. Saturday for the first of a two-game 'Jerics. ,i Managei- Bill Dickeys slrcnmlin- •crt 1947 edition walloped S:nte ;<Teachers College 10 to.O at Comvay ^yesterday In the. first of n 13-gnme •pre-senson exhibition jaunt. 3 From Shrcveport the Tmvs move •S'l to the Texns cities of Wuco, .Henderson, Jncksouville, r.ongvie«-, •Creenville. Marshall mid Texarlina: They return to Little Rock April 3 for a game \vith_lhe Boston Red Sox, then play Sremphis in •Memphis April 6. and finish the exhibition series with the Chicago White Sox here April 8. 'Middleweight Champ fa Entertain Mcmphians ii A1FMPHIS. Tenn., March 20 — "tUP) — Middleweight Champion Irony Zalc of Gary, Ind.. meets Tommy Charles, of Houston, Tex.. in a 10-round non-title bout to- U'Bht on (he-eve of .his cancelled title defense against Rocky Graziano. ' . ...: *:Boih Znie nnd chares will enter the ring over the mirtdleTO'-ht limit, • Zale weighing 163 pounds p:id Charles. IBS. A capacity crowd at 5,000 is expected to jam the Municipal' 'Auditorium. Central's Crimson Tide to Tangle Wi-fh SuBbury Team THURSDAY. '20. 1017 75 Springers To Compete 4* Spa Tbday HOT SPRINGS, Ark., March 20. (UP)—At least 15 fnst .'printers are entered in the featured sixth rnc? at Oaklawn Park here today. High on the /nvorcrt list are Fighting Mac. Cliiromont 'Miss. Gccbimd, Dier B.illa. -Betty GraWc and Eli?.!\ Jane. Othcis entered ; Iiilerorcum. Btiijk, Sergeant, Just We Two. Delia M. Deranlum. Port Said. Plnps, • Miss Texas and Little Snad. A full field of maiden two-year- old colUs and Bcldinus arc in line lor the fourth nice, while other events scheduled on the procnnn .ncludc fire sprints ami three distance urns. DDckic. a six-year-old from the Raines' stable, led a field of six good milers and won the featured sixth yesterday, pnyinj; 55.10 to win. it was his third straight victory. Trailing second by three lengths WMS tight foot Lady, nnd still n n- othcr length behind in the show money wns Ameriran Enyto. More than 6,000 persons poured 5407,531 through the betting wickets. * The young gridiron enthusiasts of Ihe Central Crimson Tide- and the Bulldogs of Sudbury School will clash Friday night in thslr rtrsi game of the Kiddie League series. They will play on Haley Field, The Crimson Tide players (top photograph) are: (left to right) Kentuckians To Play Utah In Cage Finals NEW YORK, March 20—<U1'1 -Kentucky and Utah entered the finals of the National Invitational Tournnment today. The ga mc will be played next Monday nii-lil. Utnli movo<| Into tile flnnls with a 04 to 02 verdict over West Virginia In n gnme tluit was much ni'-re one-sided than the final score would Indicate. Kentucky advanced 'iy winning us expected, CO to 42 over North Carolina stale. Kentucky breezed to victor.,, Pull- iiif away from a 20-20 half I line lie. .!-.e Wildcats • (inured in points and could have won by any mmvlii they pleased, J< was (l rough. touch contest .and. the Kentuckiuns cap- ttali/.ed on their opportunities n! the free throw line, tossiii" in "2 ^mi-pointers. Jack McComas led the hoshman- dominatcd North Carolina S;ji!r crc-w with 12 (lolnts. Stadium in Little Rock Too Small for Razorbnc/cs FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. .Mrtll'h 20 . — <UP»—Herbert L. Thomas, chairman of thn University nf Arkansas Bnnrtl of Trustees, was on record .cdny apijroving transfer of the Texas-Arkansas football rime to Memphis. "The criticism and ill will raus- Cd by having to travel to Memphis will not be nearly .so great or so permanent as (hose caused by the disappointment, if wc refuse "them <l;ln7i£s!on ill Little Fin'^j^-'rhomiis said in n prepared st5ement. "Little Rock cannot possibly take care of the wants of booster club members, to say nothing of .students and others.' 1 he said. The gnme will be played at Crump stadium Oct. 18. Announcement was made last week of the transfer from Little Hock. There are npnro.Yimatolv 40(1000 p.lrc-bred Guernsey cattle re : 'is- Hred I,, tii e united States. Front row— Jerry Nail Swift, .icrry Strickland, LjiDon Gliben, , . , , Kenneth Cox. Danny Cobb. Second row— Bobby Jones, Billy CritchlieUI. Bobby Hodge. Sam Uuu. Billy Gene Michael. Tommy Mosley, Billy Miller, jack MsCollum, Mauley Feinberg, Johnny Halscll, Billy Phillips, Adams. Johnny Logging, Kenneth Fisher, Bobby "' Third row—Diane MnKnrlnnd, Bobby Jo e McDride, Dwaine Ornhnin, Bruce Htiy, je'rc Fowler. Fay Davis and jiuncs Jerry Cagle. ' Sudbury Orccn Wave—First row, left to right: Jimmy oee, Mac Autry, Hugh find George Anderson, Robert Birmingham. Charles Colcmnn, John White, Jimmy Watson, George Stenfield, Shelton. ."jccond Hilly White Thomas Mabry, Norman B'rntclicr. D. t,, Bailey; Ralph Snydcr, Johnny O'Brien, Edward Peterson, Kelly Jones, nonuVcl' Phillips and Allen Shanks. In front, supporting sign reading "Wa want uniforms, too." are, left lo right: John Tyrone, Mel Criner Harry Rambo nnd George Anderson. Coaches are Eugene Kemper ami THERE ARE ONLY TWO MAIN, PARTS i TO A TIRE GOOD/YEAR TIRES ARE BETTER IN BOTH Goodyear (ires arebuill In (wo tread designs to most your delving needs—Ih0 lamoui AH-Wca!hsr did- *, . , , - mond Itcad and T|D Ihe saw-toolh DoLuxe Rtb. »'ool°» NEW TIRES DESERVE NEW TUBES , , Liberal Trade-in Allowance on Your Old Tires Complete Stock of New Seat Covers GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE $6,862,000 Bet On Ponies at Spa In Twenty Days HOT SPRINGS, Ark., March 23. '(UP)—The betting gentry attcurt- ing the Oaklawn race meet put a lialf million ctollors more through the piirimulncls the first 20 days of the season thun they dirt i" the same period last year. iRncinK Commission Sccrclniy Ojho A. Cook rcporletl yesterday that the total bet in the first two-thirds of the season was S6.862.COO. That compares lo $6.325,000 in the corresponding period ot the 1918 meet. Cook snid the state's lake from all track sources this year is more than last year. Sack Home Hill Dickoy puts on . uniform of club wilh n'liifh he played wlii'n lie first broke into baseball. 'J'he Nt'iv York Yiuiket's 1 former catcher and tnaiiauer is ^(jnlhoj-n Associ^flion's Litilf Kock's new inanaijer. In Tennis Semi-FinctIs I'Hlt ADELPHIA. March 20 — (UP)— Bobby Rig&s, worlds outdoor Competition Keen In Blytheville Y Dart Ball League Teams in the Inira-cliiirrh dart tall league t.tiu.ivo off :or ih" final Knues of Hie Ilrsl half tonleht nt •.:«• Y. The Lake Street Metliodlsi team needs only a win over the leading Presbyterians to go into a two way tic for half w:iy clinmpions. Tin-so tv:o Icinis imcl in the first icamc. In the secutiil J::ITIIP, Pir.st -Meih- odlst will meFjt First Christian, uith '.he Mf'tjiotlists holding a sli^Jii edge. They will RO .n:r> IJIP ('.-.inc tonight tied for second place. An cxperk'iired Eskimo c-an fflilci :i goua sno-.i liourc in an hour. i)ro tennis chumpion, v;ill meet Finnkie Kovac.s in the semi-linn 1 round of the indoor lit],. KJiirmi- rncMU wlipn play i s resumed tomor- nw. No matches are scheduled today. In the- other semi-final, English ace Fred Perry «i!l pluv secoml- u-fdcri lion nudge. P1N-WORWS CftUSE FIDGETIKG ASD TilflT flWFLlL ITCH One of the warning Eicna of rin-AVorma Ii n iiBifuitiB rcctut itch which often ctw:=fj fn!;:ptini; nn«t iirokt-n sleep, ntid may k-ail to rvcn ntnro eoiioug distress. It L> no !onu*'r nucessary to put tip with UIL- (roublo causwl l>y I'in-Wornu, Lecausu fccit'/ico h.is fit last found a way to Zic^ tnest- stubtiorn pea la easily ami safely .CeLJAYNE'S P-W nttho firstii"n of'pin. Worms. F-W ia a moiltcMly so-.m-l trr'u ment Lased on im ofilcially rwn^ni-^l <!n-- clcnicttL wliicti hni cnn'oi! very offpetive in tieahni; wilh thli ugly infection. Thu Bmnll P-W Lil.lf.ta act in n special wnv 1« dc-l^v Fin*Worms. P-W HICOKJ Pln-Wor-n iC' « Tax Assessment NOTICE The Time for Assessinq City and Personal Property Is From Now Until APRIL 10th If you fail to assess your property the law requires me to assess it for you. You Know the value of your property better than anyone else. Please help me to fix the proper value on your property. Please bring your 1946 tax receipts On your City and Personal Property 4 •'•".', i ; . '• DOYLE HENDERSON Mississippi County Tax Assessor Here's Proof of Extra Mileage in the Tire Thai OUTWEARS FHEf&ti TIRES Testimonials about ilic new B. F. That's why we say, sec us today Gootlrich tire ire not uncommon. This extra mileage was scientifically engineered into the tires. Virst, a wider, (latter trend was developed for longer wear and i;rc;iter pro- lection against skidding. Second, to hold that huskier tread, a nc\v 359o Stronger cord body was developed. . . . equip your car with the new II. F. Goodrich SiLvertown . , . the tire that outwears brewar tires. Convenient Terms If You Desire Seat Punctures As You Ric/e Hfciv li. F, IVooiSrich Saves Money 3 Ways. 1. Saves repair bills 2. Increases lire life 3. Outlasts several sets of tiros, iS'ot an emergency tube Unit lets you s(o|> . . . hut a selC- honliup safety tube that keeps you going . . . seals punctures as you ride. Gives puncture protection and extra blowout protection even with olt! tires. CONVENIENT TCUMS AVAILABLE /rs THRIFTY /T'S COK BUY WHAT YOU NEED tl<* 8. F. GOODRICH Today's the First Day of S'nr/ng? Here iire some speciiils lo hcruW 1h<> new season : r)-HI,ADE FACTORY SHAHI'KNKO LAWNMOWER . . $22.50 POWICK DRIVIW LAWNMOWERS. $189.50 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ON HOT POINT WATER HEATERS BIAN HEATH A « u oT SUPPLY I'tionc S28 •121 West ,Muin Slrcri Hybrid Seed Corn GROWN FOR ARKANSAS See Vour Denier: OWENS TUACTOU CO. Bl.vtlicvillR it. A. c[in,i)ni:ss I.cachvilh 1 HAiur.v SISTI;HS K.F.I)., Lvaulivilln anssc-o fMi-j.n.iir.N'i- co. Osi'L'«l;i I.KK U'll.SO.V CO. Wilson 0:30 p.m.; Shaw Stavls.7 p.m. l^isl Time Today "CINDERELLA JONES' .loan Leslie, Ucibcrl Alii.; \e\\s of tlu- l);iy ^^^^ Also Shorts i''i'i(liiy ;uul Saturday "'COWBOY BLUES" with lloosier Hot Shoi. Serial: ''.Sun of llic GiMr<lsni:in" A|y[> Shorts THEATRE nt J.;is( Time T(itl;iy "HOT CARGO" ^'illhcrn «;irsnn :iml J,.,,,, K,, 4rrs I'aramount Xc«s anil Musirnl Sliurt iy iincl Sal iinlay "BELOW the BORDER with Buck Jours and Thn Jlff.'ii,- "I-'ortcriil O|jpralor il!l" Cinjil. 11 ml Cartoon New Theater Manila's Finest Slioas KVFRY NUJHT *i Matinrc Saturday A: Sunday ' : Bor Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Sat.-Snn. 1 p.m. Cnnt. Shct^rlni T.itsl Time Today "Plainsman & the Lady" nith William Kllinti ,V Ci)li\(;inr<- Sl.inrr Als.i Shnrls Fri(l;iy niiii Knlurdny "Over the Santa Fe Trail" Ken Curtis and llnnsirr Hot Shols Also Shnrls

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