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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 12, 1952
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1981 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Chicks Beat Humes In Ragged Contest Third Quarter Rally Puts Tribe in Front; Bees Lose Co»ch Jimmy Fisher's Blytheville Chicks put on t ra«B«d exhibition of basketball last night but still managed to slip by » good Humes High team of Memphis by a 39-31 score. The game was the feature of t Haley Field gym twin bill and It gave Blytheville an even break for the nifiht. In a preliminary game, the Blytheville B teams were beaten 42-36 by the Humes scrubs. Except for a brief moment Immediately following halltlme Intermission during which they built up their victory margin, the Chicks played a sluggish, draggy game with inability to hit the basket almost proving disastrous. It took the Tribe two full quarters fo get rolling. They Jumped to an . o an a ang * varety early lead on the opening tip-off of experience to that Indian* U. play and then built up a small mar gin but the visiting Memphians be- auiuiuniujc at jxou-e uam Kan bounding back late in the open- played the blocking back spot In Ing period and overtook the chicks 1940 he played fullback but there "'•- a 'air country player named Piepul ahead of him. So in The Chicks pulled ahead again in the second quarter and at halftime coaching job .... in 1939, sophomore at Notre Dame, Bernie was Milt held a narrow 21-19 margin. The third quarter found the e BlJ'theville ttsm a little more lively and in the first three minutes of the period it built up an 11 point lead which It maintained until the final stanza. The Chicks turned to ball control In the fourth period and during the first five minutes Humes touched the ball but once. The visitors re- fusde to come off their zone defetise to press Blytheville's obvious freeze until the period. waning minutes of the Big Montroe Holland, the chicks chief scoring threat, was kept pretty well stopped most of the night by a combination of some tight guard- Ing by Humes' Hearn and his own Inability to find his shooting eye. Holland scored but six points all night. But forward Joe Lynn Vowell, the other half of the Chicks' one- two scoring punch, found the range for H points, keeping the Tribe out of any real serious trouble. Planikan led the visitors in scoring with II points. The B game was a wild affair with a total of 45 fouls called. Humes led *ll the way but a Jine second half comeback by Coach Bob Newman's squad nearly pulled the game out of the fire. Humes' Walker was highpolnter for this game with 12 points but he was followed closely by Blytheville's Bobby Hill who meshed 11 points. B Game Humes (41) Pos Frans (5"> .. F. '/Walker (12J" .v.F, Armstrong (8) .C. Dunwoody . ...G. Walqulst (6) ..G. (36) B'villa Taylor <3t Hall (1) Whisenhunt ... Substitutions: Humes — Alderson (4), Bridgeware <3), Martin (4). Blythevilte — Privett (7), Halstead (8), Daniels (5), Hays (1) and Stanfield. A Game B'ville (38) Pos. Vowel! (14) p. Burnham (4) ..P. Holland (6) C. Mosley (4) o. Childress (8) ..O. (31) Humes ..{ID planiken (1) Hearn (4) McCoy ..(23) Blancett Substitutions: Blytheville — Oen- try (1), O'Brien, Privett, Hays (2). District Tourney Sites to Be Set At Jan. 20 Meet Sites for District Three basket- 6«11 tournaments will be decided at * meeting at Arkansas state College In Jonesboro Jan. 20, Phillip Deer of Wilson, District Three president announced this morning. The meeting Is scheduled for 3 pjn. Mr. Deer urged that all schools interested In bidding on the tournament have their bids ready to present at the meeting. Mr. Deer said that district officials also »ould accept recommen- tournament at the meeting. Arkansas Sportettes By CARL BELL CINCINNATI (f>— Youthful Ber- ile Crimmins I a raking a variety . 1941 Bernie switched to fuard and was one of the best Maybe he won't even need any assistants Nonsense note: Every school in the Mid-American Conference Is listed as a "major" basketball U. S. Navy, U. S. Marines, or Al- power. but when the national Collegiate Athletic Bureau gets around to ranking the conferences, the Mid-American was tabbed »s a "minor" league .... The testimonial dinner dance tonight for Gabe Paul, the Reds' general manager, is a complete sellout. Ant the only surprising thing Is that they didn't have to hire the whole hotel to get In all of Gibe's friends. This one about GUI Welch, the old Carlisle Indian footballer, was making the rounds of the football coachea meettnf the other day .... Se«ms GUS was coaching the Hzskell Indiana and at one fame he had one Indian boy on the brnch »ho did nothing but thump a torn-loin at intervals .... The rival coach protested that Welch waj using the drummer to ronvry signals to his quarterback .... The ref- ere« conveyed the complaint to Welch .... "SUjnals, heck," said Gus with an Injured look. "That's our band when we'r* away from home." One-minute sporta page: : J. P. McKale, veteran Arizona U. athletic director, said he has interviewed 82 coaches as of early last night about his - vacant ^-job and hasn't found the right one "yet. . . . "And all of 'em," he adds, 'claim they're the answer to our problem". . . . Mike Peppe, Ohio State U. swimming coach, has come up with two new freshman stars from Hawaii, Ford Konno, already regar j .3d greatest one of swimming the world's "projects," and Yoshl oyakawa, who established a lot of backstroke records, have joined Mike's sqoad. The U. of Washington football t*am lost Its top quarterback, Don Hclnrlch, through a ihonlder separation tarly lait fall and blame that for the rnln of what might have been a great aeuon .... Then the basketball team waa rolling alone with a 1»-1 record when center Bob Houbreg* pulled a leg tendon In the first conference game. Prospects don't look so good now .... So |f crew Coach AI Ulbrlckson Ij going around with a haraxed look, he's probably thinking that, to make a third hard luck blow, hut var- - sity crew likely will fall out of the shell In the Poughkeep<le-at-Lake Onondaga Regatta next lummer. Richard Halliburton once swam Tom the Atlantic to the Pacific throurh the Panama Canal. He >ald the government 36 cents for v. Q .u ««u nuuui uctupi recommen- toll charges, based on his tonnage datlons for officials to work each and it was necessary to put the »„,„•*.»,.„, .f «... great lockj ln operlltlon , or hlffl Duquesne, TCU Triumph In Top College Action NEW YORK (AP)—Unbeaten Duquesne and once-beaten Texas Christian took the spotlight in collegiate basketball last night. Duquesne, one of the seven undefeated major teams In the country, whacked Colgate, 70 to 53. It was the Dukes' 9th straight. TCU, beaten only by Manhattan, continued Its domination of the | Southwest Conference, drubbing Bxylor, 75-57, In a conference game. TCU now has won 14 of 15 starts. Princeton opened Us Ivy League seison with a 50 to 48 victory over Dartmouth. Chuck DeVoe scored th« winning basket with only 10 seconds left, Th* Oklahoma Aggies likewise made a good beginning In defense of their Missouri Valley Conference title, trouncing Houston, 71- On the Pacific Coast, UCLA «nd Stanford remained tied for first behind Oregon In the northern division. UCLA whipped Southern California, 55-48, and Stanford took California, 81-74. Washington downed Oregon State, 46-31. Wyoming and Brlgham Young h:th won their first games In the Skyline Eight. Wyoming walloped New Mexico, 85-63, while BYU cd«-d Denver, H-51. Utah «t»red on top. however, whipping Montana, 82-54, for Iti third league triumph. In the Southern Conference, Georte Washington nipped Washington and LN, 66-60, uij Fur- man took South Carolln*, 73-g«. Texas A&M beat Rlc«, 55-44 in the Southwest Conference and Arizona Slate whipped Fligstaff, 7656, in the Border Conference. University of Chicago lost it* Jsth successive game 55 to 44, to the TJ or Illinois professional 'schools Chicago. of Canny, Welch 'Farewell Bout' OnLegionCard Either Bill Canny or his arch wrestling enemy, Roy Welch, is go- Ing to (|iilt the wrestling ring. And on the American Legion's card here Monday night they will fight a special "farewell bout" to see who It will be. The two grapplers, long ring enemies, have agreed that the loser ^Courier Newt Photos CHICKS IN ACTION—Shown here are scene* from Blytheville High School's victory over Humes of Memphis last night. In the upper photo Chicks Bob Childress (55), Montroe Holland (far left), and Joe Lynn Vowell (facing camera) fight for a re-bound while Donald Gentry (65) and Tommy Mosley (far right) look on. The lone Humes player In the mlx-up Is Durham (7). The official is Trigger Wall of Manila. In the lower photo, Holland is shown meshing two points for the Chicks. He was fouled while shooting by Blancett (No. 3) of Humes and Referee Roy Ashabranner of Manila (right) gives the time out signal prior to calling the foul. Leachville Gets Victory Over Center Ridge CENTER. RIDGE—The Leachville IJons had trouble finding their shooting eye but they still managed to ithump Center, Ridge 55-4fl here last night. • • Led by guard Teddy Oilpatrlck who me-shed 13 points, the Lions Ilnished strong after a slow beginning to annex their 10th win of tie season against four losses. While their shooting stars, Shelby McAdams and Larry Scott were having an unusually difficult night Gilpatrick, David Buck and Danny Sain took up the slack to give the Lions a well-balanced scoring attack. Smith, Center Ridge's all-state guard of last year, led his team In acoring with 30 point*, nine field goals and a free throw. Tuesday night, the Lioris go to Jonesboro to play th« Jonesboro Hurricane on the Arkansas State College floor and Thursday night they play Greenway In Greenway. Leachville (55) Pos. (46) ctr R'ge McAdams («) ...F (3) D. Buck (9) ....P.. (3)'scroggins > C.... (7) O'Brien Kennett (2) ....G.... (20)'smith Gilpatrick (13) ..O. («) A. O'Brien Substitutions: Leachville — Sain (12). Center Ridge—Stobaugh (1), Clowers (4), Ward and J. Stobaugh. Basketball College By The Associated Press Princeton 50 Dartmouth 48 Duquesne 70 Colgate 52 George Was Ring ton 66 Wash <fc Lee 60 Miami Fia 93 Florida State M Furman 73 South Carolina 64 Oklahoma A & M 71 Houston 44 Southwestern Ka» is Plttjburg Kas 44 Baker Kas 71 Colleg. Emporla Southwestern Okla M Okla Baptist 4B Ottawa Kas M Kansas Wesleyan Phillips 62 Northeastern Okla 57 overtime East Central Okla 78 Northwestern Okla 60 Southeastern Okla 81 Central Okla 49 Texaa Christian 7i Baylor 57 Texas A&M 55 Rice 44 North Texas 51 Oklahoma City Wind, Rain Mar Play In Crosby's Tourney PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (/P,_A big wind blew scores sky high In the opening round of the King Crosby $10,000 National Pro-Amateur 54-ho!e golf tournament and left Jimmy Demsret out In front with plump 74. Clearing weather was In prospect for today's second round over the par-72 Monterey Peninsula Country Club course. Sunday's third and final round will bs en the Pebble Beach layout. Rain and wind gusts up to 45 miles per hour defied the efforts of an outstanding field amateurs to equal of pros and better par over the soaked, tough-to-play 72- par Cypress Point course today, Demaret and comedian Bob Hope teamed for a best ball of 70 to share a. second place tie in the pro-amateur doubles competition. The pro-amateur competition was led by San Francisco's Art Bell and amateur William Hoelle with a best ball of 68. Water-soaked celebrltte* from the sports and entertainment world who helped make up the field hacked manfully but most of them were of little help to their pro partners In the best ball competition. Nelson Had * 17 Former golf kingpin Byron Nelson, who makes this event one of two or three he comes out of retirement for, had a first round 77. He won the 54-hole affair last year and was under par for every round posting a total 209. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Jan. 14 t p.m. FAREWELL MATCH Adult* 50c—Children ISe Bill Canny & Roy Welch Th* Loser of This Match Will Quit (he Wrestling Profession. NO TIME LIMIT—TEXAS RULES. Full* win not count—on* of tht men will have to admit he Is whipped. Mike Meroney will referee. For RcMrred S««U. Can J38f Additional Match Chico Cortez renw Lee Fields Lloyd Mangrum end Dr. Cary winners, needed 79 blows to complete the first round. Mlddleeoff. in fact, marked hU ball and came In to ask If he could finish out today. He was sent back to struggle with the elements. Crooner Crosby, who foots the bills for his private tourney and turns over the profits to charity, wasn't bothered by the wind and rain. He entered it as a player, and enjoyed a lew chuckles necks of «uch fellow troupers as Hope, Dennis O'Keefc, and Phil Harris. Bandleader HarrU and his partner, E. J. Harrison, are the defending pro-amateur champions. Their chances looked pretty slim today as they had a first round best ball of 75, seven olf the pace. _ „, UIAII iive muiitci* wne Read Courier New. Classified Ads. wal granted yesterday, NCCA Turns to Bowl Games and Spring Practice After Again Restricting TV As»ocl«tlon moved, into Its final sassion. Arkansas' New Battlecry-- v Get Ahead in First Quarter' „„. _ FAYETTEV1LLE. Ark., (AP)—The Arkansas Hazorbacks will open c ° n t«sts with a two-game basketball stand In Texas tonight with a new battle cry- 1%r """- ' " "get ahead In the first quarter." •* Statistics of the Porkers' first 12 show that they're a tough *r<t n -- - o-- -..„*.** .,1 uv&j wuic* svvtjia moves 1! even In the first 10 minutes of play, cle-emphiislj program The trouble Is, they rarely have done that and a.s a result have won but five gamea, while losing seven. Only once hit Arkansas won af- tr trailing at the end ot the open- ig period. The Razorbacks trailed O! COPT" affair uTiii, T» ""jv—"B Srrtng icton Unle"„" rule's onlv eve nouninB rhokin. «n/i '' 8 "" '° W There will be no set number of falls In this match. It will be a fight to the finish. One of the performers must admit defeat. The bout may go one Jail or It may last a dozen. The "farewell bout" was booked after both grapplers decided to "have it out once ami [or all," Promoter Mike Meroncy snld. The terms were agreed upon by both parties. In addition to the bljr "farewell bout" Chlco Cortez. the babbling Mexican, and Lee Fields will square off In a ao-mlnute limit, best two of three falls preliminary match. Cortez returned to the Blytheville ring only last Monday night after an absence of more than a year. Last Monday night he took part in a tag match main event. Sudbury Defeats Central 48-8 in Y League Game Sudbury's basketeers breezed to an easy 48-8 victory over the Central quintet in "Y" Grade school play at the Armory yesterday afternoon, while Promised Land edged past. Yarbro In an exciting game 13-11. Sudbury had little trouble with a short-handed Crimson team, as Danny Bratcher nnd Chnrles Coulter scored 20 and 16 points respectively to lead the scoring panule. Center Jerry Ltitz and guard Marvin Zellner chipped in lour each and Billy Haney and Jimmy Spain got two each. For Central, center Charles Rlch- ey tallied 6 points-and Jack Hcnfro had one field goal to complete their scoring. The Promised Land Yarbro game was a battle all the way. Yarbro jumped Into a quick lead with two Held goals by Glen Edwards anrt led by 6-3 at the Intermission. Promised Land assumed the lead four goals In rapid fire order. Yarbro was never able to overcome this advantage. Glen Edwards was high Dell Sweeps 2 Gomes from Missco High DELL—Dell High School's eagers swept both ends of a doubleheader from Mlssco High teams here last night. The girls were victorious by a 40-31 count and th« boy» won 4<-3T. The girls hsd to come from behind In the second quarter In their game. At the end of the first period Mlssco led 9-7 but an 11 point surge in the second period sent the home team In front to stay. Donna Simmons led Dell's scoring with 22 points while Autrey paced Mfssoo with 18. The Dell boys, too, had to come from behind In the second quarter. They trailed 14-10 after the first eight minutes but got 28 points In the next two quarters and six In the last to win. Ray Cock was high for Dell with IS points and Miller- scored the same number for Mlssco. Girls' Game (31) Missco (16) Auircy (6) Olrdley . Simpson Miller i.ioyn mangrum end Dr. Gary , , T.l. „ j . *" Middlecoff, both ex U. S. Open title E"" 1 ', ?„ , f j} n ? *»? '°»<"™d winners ™»H,.rf na hi™., ?„ h? Glcn West of P. L. with 7. Bill of P. L, with 7. Wyatt with 2 nnd Steve McGulro one completed the scoring for Fighter's Wife Tires of Punches LOS ANOF.LES </P)—Boxer Alfonso a new sparring partner, now that his wile has divorced him. Mrs. Velta Arenas, 22, s»ld she got tired of being a punching bag for her hiuband and that she had failed to persuade him to give up punching her or the fellows he got paid to punch In the ring. The couple had been married than five month* when the. decree GRAVEL FOR SALE! We now have on hand several thousand yards of good-sized gravel., .for every kind of use. Just call 753 in Caruthersvllle and we'll deliver. TAYLOR SAND & GRAVEL CO. Caruthersvill*. ...Phone 753 Bushey Avenu« at Fber Front No drastlo action li *nHclp«te4 n these points, although »ome~ body might throw the convention Into a whirl by bringing up tht bowl question from the floor. Right now the only proposal before the body Is that a year"! itudy be made of air post-season :ontesU with a special ^mrnltte* bringing a -report to the 1953 meet- Ing fnr actl9n. T. frilttee of - -- _J ready for JUIIJIHI B bowl games rlghtaway. along with ay, aone w ahead or stay other severe moves In & l£|Snt - Mlss nlne P° ints after the first and 18 at the haH at Mem- pnls but strong to win, Play Texas Tonight The RaaorbacJu tangle with Tex- LS at Austin tonight and Baylor it Waco Monday night. Arkansas hasnt met Texas yet, but whipped Baylor 58-44. In the pre-season Southwest Conference tournament. That, however, was when the Razorbacks still had Tear farm. In their only g«m* so fai without Hester, the Porkers dropped their conference opener to Texas A. &. M. Dell (40) D. S'inons Broivn (16> Brlnkley <2) Workman ... Tate Johnston Pos. (22) P.. . f.. P.. O.. o.. a. (10) substitutions: Dell—P. Blair, A. Blair, Brent, o. Brinkley, Holmes. Mlssco—Cook, and Smith. Dell (44) Roys Game Pos. R. Cook (18) .. p. Chandler (2) . F. wis (14) ... C. Perkins o. Mooney o. Substitutions: Mlssco—Ray. (37) Mlssco (5) Griffin (5) Griffin .. (J) Bell (16) Miller (3) Davis .... (8) Simmons Dell — Mlnyard. WAKNTNO ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chfcka- aawha District, MlislHlppI County, Arkansas, Lnvelle Ohoat, by her mother But Dr. John A. Hannah ot Michigan State, head of the presidents committee, has said he feel» lure the American Council on Edu- ition will be agreeable to Ing to what the NCAA has to say. Two Proposals There are two proposals up on spring practice. One is to abolish. it. The other is to limit It to 30 practice session over a 30-day period. The presidents want to abolish It. The 20-sessIon resolution Ij the on» that's apt to be adopted. The general atmosphere »f tti* convention, which has be«n clouded with resolutions from various quarters, began to clear Yesterday with some significant action. The most Important of th* developments was a move by th* coaches themselves to get their own house In order. Goaded about th* state of their affairs, they Joined in setting up a code of ethics and putting in machinery to make th* cod* work. They also came out for a »ro- posal that there b* a universal standard of entrance requirement* and strict university enforcement of all athletic pollcle*. ThU followed v«ry eloMtr th* lines already drawn by the eolleg* presidents and th» NOAA. Th* coaches contended thes* point* were the heart of athletla abtue* and, once cured, would tolvt a lot of problems. Tneso wcr* other btf developments on trie next-to-last day of the convention: Ethic* rrmMnilit* ' Th» convention adopted bf at vote ot 138 to s th* NCAA television committee'! recomm"!W(*- tion Jor a controlled progfinx to. 1952. This meant a Ifcnlted mm- ber of game* for special committee. Football coache* nt committee to polio* ranks. This action in serlea of charge* I«sk -f»« Ing unnecessary roughn***. mo. ularly In the Drake-Oklahoma X it M. and Prinoeton-Dwtoumth games. Frederick U Hovde, president at Purdue University, criticised eOMh- es for failure tn eliminate rrniant day abuses and h* urged lupport of the presidents' 10-point progrua He said, however, h« didn't think the accrediting agenclei should ijn- penalties but this Job o'wa after a yuoc ^eiiiiiLiea out tl , Ma / be left to the NOAA. and next friend, Olady* Jones, Ptf. vs. No. 11 ,m Curtis Joe Cheat, Dft. The defendant, Curtis joe Ohoae, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named. In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Lavell* Choat. Dated this 22 day of December. 1851. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes, D. a C. F. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad lltem. 12[29 1!5-12-1§ FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ Oil CO. 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