The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1947 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 10-17 High School Track Candidates Get Gruelling Workout as Plans Go Forward for Dual Contests BLYTHEVILIiE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Conches Hill Godwin and N»;* Bymim sent iheir Blythevllte High School track tent,, iluouyi stiff drills .vesleniiiy in preparation of ine approaching (rack season. I'wenty-foiir candidates' uve pai'tlc- ipatliiq I,, tin. daily drills, seeking fisrl'is on (lie truck squad. ' VBj-mim strcssprt long runs in Hie practice .session yesterday with Several boys shon-iii<> up nicely In the ciiniter-iiiite Jsiuni. Trrtinlnij ./S beiiiH hold |,i a n [ r ., t . k divisions with the exceptions of high and broad jumps, v.-liich will be uducd as soon us a jumping pit is com, pleted. Coach Godwin staled that he wns attempting to .schedule two or three dual meets with nearby schools before the SCSIFOII opened but thus far no meet h:is been scheduled. Working out on the- weights and discus are ,1. A.' Lloyd. H. j). 1 lodge, Won Hesharse Hoy Smith nnd Larry Williams who are showing (srxid prospects on tile shot put nnd discus. Ho<U;o.''.; 212-p'ounil sophomore, alone with Lloyd, who is a few pounds lighter, seem in have Hie upper, liiiii'l cm the shot Put wilh Roy .smith showing up nicely on the discus. .Suitable Track Needed Harold Tray lor, Charles Leseolt. Don Beshar.ie, Hobby Mullm nnd Jack nuelos. appeared as promising distance men for Jiyinun and Godwin. ultli Traylor, Mullih and "Let-net t, looking K o(> ( | OM tj le dashes. Coach Bynmn slated that his WBKCSt worry now is a suitable field to hold praclice.s and meets due lo Haley Field being much too small to nceomnuKlatc a track event. Relay teams will be composed for the 'HO, the 880 and mile relays, Coach IJynum snid. but due to ',VJ',c lack of practicing facilities, Yne learn.'; have not been formed as yet. Coach Byvnnn's track rosier includes Don Uesharsc, nan Caldwell, Bill Doolin. Jack Elliott, Billy Bob Elliott. I,, w. Pitzhugb. Dan (Jentry. Dudley Hardy, ft. B. Hodge. John Hoover. Prentice Jernigan. Charles LeggoU, J. A. Lloyd, Hobby Mullins, Hoy smith." Jimmy •Sikcs. Harold Traylor, Hilly Wayne McFarland, Charles Crews. Jack Duclo.s, Charles'Cole. George Xenos, Alvin Duclos and Larry Williams. Osceola Track Candidates Drilling Daily College Girls DieWhen Plane Crosses, Burns ELIZiABETHfON. Tenn., April 3 (UP) — Three co-eds homcwarc bound for the Easter holidays R»u a brother of two of the girls wen killed late Wednesday when a pri vate airplane crashed- and tmrnc< in inountaiMs 15 miles from here A T)ie dead were identified as C «iive.r Brown, jr.. the iiilot. ant l)i. s sisters, ifliii-ley and Mingnoi Brown, al! of Columbia, S. C., nm Two Points Memphis Chicks Plan Defenses In Bosox Game MEMF-HIS, Tenn., April 3. (UP! —To shift or nut to shift against Ted Williams perplexed Manager Doj Protlno lori'ay as ids Memphis Clii;ks readied for their first Major League opposition, the Boston Red Sox. Pi'ot'hro said lie was inclined to favor an orthodox straightaway defense against Williams here tomorrow, but might utilize a right- side defense against the slugger's pull hitting. Kramer Plays in Texas Tennis Tournament HOUSTON, Tex. April 3. (UP) — Top-seeded Jack Kramer, notional indoor and outdoor lenni.s champion, retained a firm hold on Hie role ol favorite in the inuuterfinrd rcimd of the 13ih annual Hivcr Oaks Invitational Tourney. Kr.unci- led eisrfu seeiteit p'myr-vs into (lie quuilcr finals foijowing an e.isy victory yestei-iiay over Chick Harris of Ulce, U-l. (11. Uitsy Grant of Alhmlu V ,-. 1S the only tcp-ilifiht slur to f;<ll by the wayside sain MuU-h of nice took tla> little Georgian in two of Iliree .sels, 0-3, 0-(i. C-a. 40 Candidates Turn Out for BHS Baseball naseball W |]i make Us apjienraiu'e on the Hlylhcvillc Hit-h Sehoo: sports program again lhi. s Spring "tier a slx-yenr yacalion due lo Wiirlime eondUions. Training for the sport, which hns been absent from the school's pro- Sunn since ]!)•!!, is in full swing nl llatey Field wilh Coaches Hill Clod- win nnd .joe. Whllley, assisted by „. . . . Harmon Taylor, prcsidinj; lakmg advnnlnge ol every sunny ApproMmsitely 40 candi.lales have day. O.s-ceola High School's IracK reported for Iral.-iing .,„»! Coach team settled down to stiff drills W | lltcly statf>(] „,,„ ^ " , ^ \ ) yesterday after wet pounds luut cm 11)ovi , th( , t , u . tico ' ' ^ ,estr,ctc<f drills consi<ierably. Walker ,,^. k , m , ' ,, c ^ nlm " Coach Ruoe noyce ran hi.s thin- ( ,, llo Ule C ,, H ," f ^ ^"^ llrookiyn l), : i;,.o|-s M;,na«er :.eo ^>.c;- pornU of bi- ; ;eL:,[| ,o the :: di-.i.ni; l.'iiU(;a Spring Football Training Issue Again Before AAA Leaders . o l :lads through hard tuns in prep- in th c ' , ' Boyce stated that he was plan- ilv , niiiB a dual practice meet with ' some neur-'by o:hool before tlie „ £"^f'Ti, regular coimly (rack season otien- .', T ,. ,. ,. - - • ,-. \ Air Field diamond but there is much doubt as to the condition ol the field. Whitley staled that he would contact authorities lo trv to get Hie diamond al Walker Park ed, but that his team is approximately two weeks away from such a meet. Baseball practices are being held daily by the school, Boyce said but due to him having to divide I'is time with both teams is proving a handicap. Sixteen players turned out for Initial training for baseball, he added, with more expected to follow now Hint the weather hns moderated. Arrangements are being made t-i c-btain an assistant coach to handle the baseball jiracticc. with sev- enil local business men having 'been approached about the mallei-, Coach Boyce repotlcd. put In shape for future Barnes. Coach Whllley stated that both a county and district, baseball fniir- nament would be held this year and If enough schools are Interested In the program, there would, in sill probability, be a stale meet also. DeQueen Football Coach Takes Job in Texarhana New Golf Stars Become Threat In Big Tourney •ovrd. Spring fuollmll would be remissible this year. 9prhiK (milling, It voted, will ue icld In Mny niter the slide truck neel which will be held May 2-3, olm limni'llc. AAA teecutlw see- etiu'y jinnoimccd. Another proposal that will lie 1 Icclclcd is lhi> I'slabllslnneiu of -in nsuiancc or "benellt" plim inuler vhlt-h nieiUr.al expenses for in- jmed high paid. school nthelclcs would here said; "From the UUtrheid by M, Burnett, the p^'^ttfe £t$SK& clntlnn's hieclhiK Insiirnncc plan will .,, by members of the asso- exocullve committee sU a of the committee tonight. The S800 Question 11OSTON (Ul'l—A letter received by Ihp Office of Jntcriinl Kcvoiuic lor Income tax returns to be {lied, I'd like to know If the MOO which, I stole hns to be reported by me.". The Willed States Is npprbicl- mutely 3000 miles from east to west- nnd 2000 nillcs from north to south, by nill. • _L Assistant Coa;-, F,,m;m Iiymiui [ootl, ; ,ll practice .for hlj;li .school vill leave this sUte.noou lor l.utle (,,„,„,, but ulso to permit three lo attend n meeting of Ihe: weeks of such training inslcuil 01 Arkansas lAlhclelic Asso-'iation lo- norrow momuM; in the C.ipil.i! City. The al| Importiinl meeting will p attended by coaches from suiools all over the slate where n .prcj'n- I not only to reinsl:ite Spring weeks two. will be voted on. A fei;\\luUon oullius'lnj', the 'eiistiu Iriiluhuj wns adopted the assoclallon last Pull but lo miieh controversy It wns cidrd lo Inkc nnolhcr Vote :he subject. If the revision is up- AUGUSTA. G.I.. April 3. fOPl — The best of the oldsters and the. cream Of the -new crop of yoimu pros tee off today In Ihe lllh annual renewal of the Masters Tour- Cily College of New York's Sonny Jameson ROCS high into Hie air to score a valuable tv.'n points against the wishes of Wisconsin's Bob Krucscr. attempt iiiR Hie block. CCNY came from behind lo win a 70-56 victory in NCAA finals TEXAHK'ANA. Ark.. April 3. (UP', -Frank Mosley, DeQueen Hr-'li School football coacli sind former star athlete at the University ot 'Arkansas, today planned to take up --- - , his 'duties as football coach' at nament over the Augusta National Texarkana's Arkansas High school, -course. to tlie position' The only tourney on the PGA circuit that lias s«ch luminaries as Gene Sarazcn nnd Bobby Jones among its starters will play 111 holes a day through Sunday. Ben Hogan, Jimmy Dcmoret. Jug MC- Spsulcn and even Lord Byron Nelson, lured from temporary retirement for an appearance here, also prace the ST-ninn field. But golf- dom's i)luc blonds usually don't burn up (he fairway In the Augusta cla.sslc. Herman Keiser surprised in 1940 by- winning the event, beating out Bantam Itogan by a stroke, however. Hits time half n dozen lesser- known llnfcsmen were Riven a good chance to cop first honors In the event Bobbv Jones conceived and dedicated. Gary Middlecoff, Memphis dentist who resigned from the Ryder cup Team In January to play for pay. was one competitor everyone expected !o turn in a low card. MIddlccofr finished In ,1 first place tie with George Schoux of Han Francisco in last week's Charlotte open, and (linn went on to trnmplc over his- opponent in the playoff. Both Sclionx nnd Middle- won a belated nlncc on the Masters invitation list as outstanding pros on the winter circuit. He was named yesterday, and will report for work May 5. aiosely was chosen to succeed Howard 'Montgomery, now coach at Arkansas stale Teachers College in Comvay. Mosely stnrretl in football, basketball and track at Pordyce Hii;n School, and was a football and track star at the University of Arkansas from 1937 to 1340. He became coach at DeQuecn in HMD, went lo the Navy in 1042. and then vena-tied to his old job in 1346. Kiddie League Grid Teams to Play Tomorrow Only two games will be played in the Kiddie League this week. Coach Bill Godwin, director of the league urmovmccd today. The Catholic-Sudbury Bulldog ;,arne scheduled for tomorrow-'night has been postponed due to Friday being n religions holiday. The game will be played after the Easter holidays, Godwin stated. Gnme.s to be played tomorrow night are. sudbnry Green Wave vs. Lanfe at 7:00 an t i Central vs. Yarbro at 8:00. No afternoon game will be played. University of Arkansas Net Stars Meet Kansans FAYETTEVIbbE, Ark., April 3. Cox of Johnson City, Mnry Lou Tenn. Low visibility was believed to have caused the crash in dens; woods. The girls attended a small college at Bristol, Tenn. (UP)—The University of Arkansas net stars were set to open the current season today with matches n gainst a .strong University of Kansas stpiad that arrived hare last ni.Kht. If the weather is fair, the contests will be outdoors, but the lleldhou.se has been made ready in cn.se of rain. Oa the Razor'oack Squad are Joe Emerson. John Exalt. Bill Heffelfinger. Stanley Price, Joe Adams and Jim Thomas. Alternate is R. B. Deacon, fii i.hc doubled, Tmcrson learns with HeffclfinKei-, Ex-all wilh Price and Deacon with Thomas. Notice to all Dealers! HOLLAND AUCTION SALES NOW HELD ON THURSDAYS! Caretakers to Care tor Your Cars While Here NO REGISTRATION FEE More Merchandise, More People, Every Week! For Further Information call Srcelc 49 IOLLAND AUCTION SALES Across from Dixieland Service at Holland, Mo. Don't be Penny-Wise and ~Pp*tt(d Foof/sh. .. 12 FULL OUNCES OF PEPSI-COLA...6$ k # ounce Ijiwife Your Best Buy P«p>i-Colo Cetnpany, Long /ilanrf CHy, iV.,1'. Frniuhiitd llolller: ^rwichiHed HottlL'r: I'cnsJ-CoSa Hotllinu Cn. <if Itlythevitle otR. 0. HUGHES FOK <KVKKY AGK OF MAN- Easter, 1M7, .offers ,new ..and varied selection in men's wear at Hughes. Our stovewidc collection of now spring-, merc } ia , K ]i sc j s unquestionably the most complete .we have .offered in years. Many famous names, missing- during the war years, are back. 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