The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1952 · Page 5
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8ATURDAT, JANUARY JM, 1WZ BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS nwtroi Greenway Noses Out Chicks 64-63 in Paragould Meet NEW YORK m—The IBC NY Branch is trying to cook up a Garden fight between Chico Vejar and Roger Doiioghue. If It goes through, U will be merely a good local and television attraction — except for one gimmick. It probably will be the first time a.couple of college freshrren ever have fought a main event In the Garden or any other major fight arena. There have been a number of good college-bred boxers—Billy Soosc and Steve Hamas from Perm State, for instance, and Bob Pastor and Al Lassman of NYU. Fidel LaBarba "retired" once when he was flyweight, champ enter college but didn't pursue education very far; Huge Jack Tor- ranee took up fighting with notable lack of success after completing his football and weight tossing chores in college and. just lately, Michigan State's Chuck Davey, three-time Intercollegiate champion, has been making a name for himself as a pro boxer. But they were all older than chlco and Roger when they turned from learning to scrapping. Vejar, just out of Stamford, Conn., high school, is a freshman at NYU, studying dramatic arts, Donoguhe, a Yonkers, N, Y., - youngster, plans, to enter . Fordham In February to study I "communicative arts" — a fancy name for the radio-television trade. PARTING SHOTS Heaping a little fuel on the longstanding debate between Florida and California over winter climate, Don Veller, Florida State U. foot:ball coach, reports receiving a let- ,»er from a California junior college player who was seeking an FSU scholarship. The kid listed his qualifications, etc., then added: "I feel guilty In leaving college because my coach is wonderful to me. But I can't stand this Cali- foml» RAIN." Charles Hofner. who teaches golf «t Cleveland's Shaker .Heights Club in summer and works in the Hialeah mutuels In winter, Is an odds- on choice to win the Flamingo Gol Tournament for racetrackers start' .ing tomorrow . . . "Spring" foot ball practice at the TJ. of West Vlr ginla will begin Feb. 4 Brr-r-r-r .to comply with the NCAA 30-da 'rule and give the boys a .shot a spring sports when spring rcall arrives . . . Eddie Sawyer, the Phil- Missed Free Throw Costs Tribe Championship Shot PARAGOULD—A field goal that was nullified and a missed free throw cost the Blytheville Chicks a ball game here last night and a crack at Paragould High School's invi- tatioiiHl tournament championship. Greenway, a Class B team from* — :he hills of Ciay County, nosed out •lies manager, and Tom Nugent, -VMI football coach, and originator the "I" format-ion were room- the Chicks 64-63 in a semi-final scrap which was one of (he most thrilling ball garner ever played here. By v irtue of the n a rrow win re e n\v ay, twice conq u erora ot mighty LeachviMe, won the right to meet Paragould tonight in the finals of the boys' division of the tournament. Paraould moved into the finals with & 36-26 victory over Piggott in another semi-final scrap last niht. In the girls' division, Pigott plays Car dwell, Mo., for the championship tonight. Plggott got Into the finals by ousting the Greenway six 46-45 last night and Card well beat Delaplaine 41-38 in their semi-final match. The Chlcks-Greenway game was nip and tuck from the very start. Blytheville managed a three point. 5-32 lead at halftime Intermission >ut Greenway started th* third hird quarter off with eight straight joints and the two teams were right jack sit it- During the hectic second half .he lead changed several times. With eight seconds to go and Sreeiiway leading 64-63 Donalc Gentry, a reserve Chick guard broke under the basket for wha would have been the wjnning two pointer for BlyLhevllle. But the floor officials ruled he was fouled before he shot, nullified the two point and awarded him a free toss. But Gcnrty, nervous and tigh ! from the tension of the game, miss' ed the free throw and Montroe Holland, the Chicks brilliant six-foot- six center missed the re-bound shot. That was the ball game. But in spile of the fact he missed what would have been the tying point. Gentry played a whale of a ball game. He took over in the third quarter for Joe Lynn Vowell who fouled out and was all over the court. His guarding was superb and he added three points to the Chicks' cause. The big thorn In the Chicks' side was Ward, Greenway guard, who meshed 22 points. 13 of them in the first quarter. He was high point man for the night. Another Chick who played a tremendous game was Bob (Red) Childress, n sophomore guard. Childresc Osceola Divides Two with Wilson Seminoles' Girls Win by 47-34 Score But Boys Lose 48-41 WILSON — Wilson and Osceola renewed their ancient nthletlc rivalry here last night and split a msketball doubleheader. The • power-packed Osceola girls walked off with a 47-34 victory in the first game but the Wilson toys retaliated with a 48-41 verdict In the second. Led by their sharpshooting forwards, Katie Watson and BlllSe Gaines Mann, the Sermnolettefi pulled away quickly to win going away. Mann and Watson spearheaded Osceola's scoring drive with 20 a net 17 points respectively. Davidson and Price paced Wilson with 14 and 13 points. The boys' game was close with Osceola pulling up in the second half. But time ran out before the Seminoles could catch up. Harvey Lee Hill and Warren Welnberg led Osceola's scoring with 18 and 14 points respectively and Frcels and Robinson headed Wilson 17 and 12 points. Girls* Game Osceolfl Pos. WUsoi ournaments. mes. y'vllle (63) owell (14) arrison (2) olland U71 urnham (8) natch. Hollywood (Continued from Page 4) plain about the sale of movies to TV, the producers have a bland innocent explanation: "We leased them to a fellow for distribution and he leased them to TV. We're as surprised as you are '.•But there's nothing we can do about -C?m." Some of Liz Taylor's pals are saying that the Michael Wilding influence Is showing in her new British accent. Aw, maybe she's jus getting ready to do a picture with Doug Fairbanks, Jr. ... Doris Dai Is in a pout because a fan magazine vetoed a ,cover photo witnou the Day hair bangs. The editor said her fans wouldn't recognize her in a different hair-do. • • » Dress designer Taffy consulted an interior, decorator about re-doinj her living room. "Let's make it old English," sh' told the decorator, "to match th' movies on my television screen." » • * Her friends back east say tha Susan -Peters, whose health too a licking with her daily "Our Mis. . Susan" TV show, won't try live vl deo again. The Drama for GrouchoT Groucho Mara as t straight acto —uns moustache, mad leer loping walk? jff: Now that he's off to funnyma business In ^Double Dynamite' "A Girl In fiiery Port" without h famous brothers, Groucho Is siyin th«t he'd like » turn at some ter: ous emoting. "Not 'Hamlet' mind you," »l the comedian. "Just a stralgh dramatic part. I don't know wheth er audiences would accept It. "Z»su Pitts tried it and »udJ ences got hysterical. I »uppo«« th «ame thing would happen to me.' Groucho admits that he's "morose and morbid" as ths nex rib-tickler when the curtain o down. He tells me the story about man. troubled with melancholia an suicidal Impulses, who consulted famous psychiatrist In Paris. "Tonight." the psychiatrist to him," go to the circus and see Sa vlni, tht famous clown. It will II you out of yourself." "I c*nV "W the 2 Newcomers Are Booked on _eg/on Card There'll be some new faces i ne American Legion's wTestlln rogram at Memor|!)l A.siditoriu: londay night. One newcomer and > wrestle i'ho made his debut In BlythevfT nly last Monday night, have bee >ooked by Promoter Mike Merone n the tag match feature bout. i The newcomer is Eduardo Perez. latin heavyweight who will team vith big Jack Moody against George Cologne and Rex Mobley. Cologne made his first appear- nce in Blytheville last Monday night. He was called in to subst! tute for Chlco Cortez who was scheduled to perform In the tag bout but couldn't make the trip to They have won 12 and his re-bounding buddy, Holland were the big guns under the baske and he led Blytheville's scoring with mates at Ithaca College. Maybe 19 points. Nugent can cook up a formation i it was the Chicks' third loss o that will.win for the Phils . . . Ray the season, two of them coming in Hickck, who'll give out his "Pro-' Jesslonal Athlete of the year" award in Rochester Monday, received his third "Hickok award" from Mrs. H. the other day—a son. ,. . . Clyde McCullough, veteran Pir- 'flte catcher, claims that Duke's Dick Groat could have played major league baseball last summer. Dick is tabbed for Pittsburgh, Pos. ..F.. ..F.. .C.. .O iiildress (19) .G (22) War. .institutions: Blytheville — Qentr ). O'Brien. Greenway — Battinan 2). (63) Greenway . (1) Norman (14) Gatevooc .. (15) Spea (4) Wrigh rtanil (20) .. one (7) Vatsori (11) iunn — ... Ondrick F f P.. G o G Washington State Tops Washington U. in Upset Last Quarter Rush Gives Cougars 60-56 Win in Important PCL Game SEATTLE (AP)—Dumped ignominously 56-60 by Washington State's Cougars, the University of Washington Huskies held only a slippery chance today of retaining a place in the nation's top 10 basketball teams. Shawnee Splits With Armorel CAKKY MANILA'S COLORS—Representing Manila In this year's high school basketball wars are these 14 girls who make uj» the Manila Lionesses. The Manila team boasts an 8-5 record as It heatfs into the final lap of the season. Members of the squad are: Jront row (left, to right) Jeanine Wright, —Courier News Photo Louise Whitney, Trudene Carey, War.tla Hourland. Second row—Millie Johnston, Juanlta Statlpr, Lama Menchnni, Ova Dee Plagg and Shirley Wells. Third row—Martha Shedcl, Eva Phillips, Paye Fleemnn, Mary Bolllnger and Shirley Davidson. (13) Price (4) Mullins (It) Davidson Grcemvell McNabb Davis Substitutions: Osceola — Hartley, Watson (1). Spires (2), Woolen. Vilson— Nicholson (3), Allred. BOYS' Game Osceola Pos. Wilson Velnberg (14) P ...... <8> Cissell Duclos ....... P.. (12) Robinson Hill (18) _____ C ____ (11) Precis Green (1) ... O ...... (B) Webb B. Rose (8) .'. G ...... (2) Grant Substitutions: Osceola — Burch 2), Phillips and C. Rose. Wilson- Ward (1), Rankln,- Simmons (2), McAfee, Jones. Phoenix Open in Third Round With Julius Boros Still Ahead By BOB MYERS PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP)—Sixty or more golfers headed Into the third round of the $10,000 Phoenix Open today and the man to catfch was still Julius Boros, a strapping 210-poundcr from.Mid Pines, N. C. Boros, a comparative newcomer to tournament competition end winner of only one major title—the Massachusetts Open in 1951—added a 2 under par (i9 to his first round 06 for 135. Just two strokes back on the Par*-71 Phoenix Country Club course wns Lloyd Maisgrum, of Chicago, who scored a 69 yesterday after a first round 68 for 137, Mangrum is back on his game a Her a temporary Lull In the past three tournaments of this season. Three strokes off Boros 1 pace were Gary Mlddlecoff, of Memphis, and a veteran of 20 years on the tournament trail, Johnny Revolt a. Mitldlecoff, with a bib of scrambling, had a 70 yssterday, and Re- voHa, who admits to 41 years of Promised Land And Sudbury Win In Y PI ay Promised Land edged Central 8-6 and Sudbiiry trampled Lange 25-4 "V" Grade school basketball games at the Armory yesterday afternoon, as the winners continued their battle for tlie league leadership with three wins each. Championship of the first half ! will be settled next Friday when Stuibury meets Promised Land in the first game of ft double-header. In yesterday's first game, Central took an early lead and held a 4-0 advantage at the close of the first half. Promised Land came back to tie it up in the third quarter on two quick goals by Glynn West but Charles Richey tossed in another to take the lead at the close of the third period. , Lange showed much better form than last week ns they faced Sudbury's high powered scoring quintet but still were beaten by ft one sided margin. Danny Bratcher hogged scoring honors with 16, points, while Tjarry Fitzgerald scored all Lange's markers. age, turned in an amazing performance with a 67. The astonishing p^rt 1 was that johnny had a 37 going out but burned up the greens on the Inst nine holes with a 5 under par 30, the lowest for this side of the tournament. Revolt n. who three-putted the seventh green, came out of three traps on the back nine. All told, he used only 22 putts for the round holing them out from two feet to 20 and 25 feet. Eleven players finished the 36- hole point still under par. Johnny Palmer, of Badin, N. C., 69, nnd Fred Hawkins, El Paso youngster, 70, were tied at 139, and one stroke back was Ted Kroll, of New Hartford, N. Y., with a pair of steady 70's, More Excitement in Garden As Referee Cuts Fight Short By JACK HAND NEW YORK (/F)—Never a dull night at Madison Square Garden after the fights are over. If a manager doesn't slug a referee, a referee slugs a fighter with the rule book. Last .night Referee Ruby Goldstein found Livio Minelli of Italy "no match" for Brooklyn's unbent- en Johnny Saxton and stopped their bout after 1:27 of the seventh round. Blytheville. Both Perez and Cologne arc veteran heavies. Perez Is a rough and tumble grappter while Cologne is of the scientific following. In the preliminary bouta, Perez will meet Mobley and Cologne will take on Moody. Luxora Cops Doubleheader From Burdette Spiked Shoes Cause Uproar in Net Meet ADELAIDE, Australia yp)_Dick Savttt, America's mom boy of international tennis, hit the headlines on Australia^ front and sports pages today with his 13-mlnute sitdown protest against Ken McGregor's spiked shoes. LUXOR A—Luxora High School's basketball teams swept a doubleheader from Burdette at Burdette list njght. The Panther girls won 30-22 and the boys were victorious 53-25. The boys' game was Luxora all the way. The Panthers jumped to an early lead, piled up a comfortable rrmr&in and then coasted home. Bobby Tate paced the Panthers In point making with 16 and O'Ne.iI was high for Burdette .with II. The girls' game was close mcst ol the way with Luxora keeping the lead throughout. Cockrcll led Luxora's scoring with 18 points and LaudcTdale was high for Burdelte with 14. Senior Glrl.1 MinelH's purse was held up nud n hearing was called next Friday. Well, wh at wa s it J Knockou t? Technical knockout? Or what? Chairman Bob Christenberry of the New York State Athletic Commission said late last night he would rule it a technical knockout. Yet you'll search th e Ne w York rule book for weeks to find any mention of such a thing as a TK.O. Referee Goldstein said he stopped It under Section 3 of the rules, empowering referees "to stop a bout or contest at any stage and make a decision If he considers it too one- sided," The 5,152 fans who paid $16,333 knew only what. Johnny Addle, the official announcer, told them: "The referee is of the opinion that Livio Minelli was no match for Johnny Saxton and awards the decision to Saxton." , Actually it wasn't too Important, except to folks who might hive bet on the ending. And that's supposed to be again' the law. It pointed up again the need for a brisk revision of the rule book to cover confusing sudden endings. Saxton Was reading Saxton was winning all the way. 6-0, on Goldstein's card and 5-1 •Judg e 3 Fra n k Forbes and Charley Shorten. Back pedaling all the way while Saxton tried his darndest to land effectively, Minelli clutched and ran. It was Saxton's 25th straight but most disappointing ending to a dreary bout. Saxton weighed 148, MinetU 151. The customers, who hooted and whistled through the late rounds, agreed with Goldstein's move. So did Christcnbcrry. "We admire '"his (Goldstein's} guts," said tlie comm.issloner. "Minelli wa.s running away and was no match." H was the first time In years a Indians Break Even In 4 Games; Senior Boys Triumph 58-33 JOTNER—Shawnee High and Armorel wound up all even In four basketball gnm.es here last night. Shawnee's senior boys and junior girls were easy victors but the Indians' junior boys and senior girls were defeated. The senior boys had little trouble In get'.ing by the Armorel five, The Indians toyed with the visitors, winning 58-33. Armorers Junior boys showed why they are one of the top-ranked teams in the county by blasting Shawnee's Junior Indians.39-15 bui Shawnce's junior girls were victorious by n 12-!) count. The Indians' senior girls, who haven't won a game nil year, kep their recorrt perfect by dropping a 26-25 decision to the Armorel sex tet In last night's third gnme. Tlr/.ley w"s high for Shawnee in this game with 10 points and Lot paced Armorel with 13. In the senior boys game, Shaw nee toyed with the weaker Armo rel five after the first few minute of the game and coasted throuf the final stages well in command. Coach W. C. nook used ever available player with the reserve playing practically all of the sec ond half. The Indians led 18-2 the end of the first quarter and 32- at halftime. Welch scored 20 points to lea Shawnee and Bradshaw pac£d Ar morel with 18. Senior Boy» Shawnto Pos. Armor Faulk (4) .... F («) Hard Robertson (8) F (2) Brow Welch (20) ... C. (18) Bradsha Ralph (9) O........ . DIx. Jenkins (9) . G (2) Dy Substitutions: Shawnee — Brew er (6), Larue, Wilson (2), Bennett, Streeter. Armorel — Metzger (1), Oarmon (2), White (2). The Cougers, playing on thrtr n court at Pullm.in, paid off with Inst quarter rush and stall, grab- 8 a lead and then holding it. The score see-sawed contlnously the nation's sixth-ranked teurn und the Cougers had not been ved one bit by being picked to se handily to the Northern Dlvli- n Pacific Coast Conference leads. Tlay Ajaln Tonight The two teams meet again to- ht In a return match which could rop the Huskies Into second place ehind , Idaho if they should lose, ho Cougers moved into third potions with last night's win; * lo«§ 'night would throw them Into a e for (hird with Oreon. The Oregon five was the only ther conference team busy lut isht. beating St. Mary's 63-68 in non-conference tilt at Eugent They meet again tonight. •larrison Books Benefit Gaines Harrison High School's Dragon* will .play Luxora Negro High School earns In a benefit basketball dou- bleheatler at the Harrison High gym Monday night. All proceeds from the game wfll > to the March ot Dimes, T. J. Green, chairman of the Negro phase of Blythevllle's. March o« Dimes campaign, said. A benefit social will be held after the same in the gym. Proceeds frotn the social also will go to the March of Dimes. main go ln_ the Garden had bwn stopped for such a reason, although Referee Ray Miller almost chucked Willie Pep out of the ring last summer for wrestling tactics In his outdoor title bout with Featherweight' Champ Sandy Saddler! Luxora Cock roll Pos. Burdette (18) ..P (1) Rice The Incident happened Friday »t the Australian National Tennis Championship matches when Referee Frank Piper ruled th»t McGregor could wear splXed shoes after the fifth game in the fourth set of the McGregor-Savin semifinal singles match. Sarltt, the defending ehcmpton, did not har« aplked shoes. He claimed It was unfair for him to have to play In rubber shoes on * soft turf court against a player with «plke«, McGregor, - wMrtnc ttM tplkM. went on to eliminate Strltt, f-4, 8-4, i-«, «-«. Discussions ever th« Incident overshadowed today's all -• Aussie finals In the doubles and women's singles. McGregor and Prink Sedgman, Australia's top player, retain- ed their doubles crown by drubbing Melvyn Rose and Don Candy, «-4. 7-S, «-3. Therma Long, after trying Lewis (8) F. (14) Lauderdale M. Clark (4) ...P.... (3) Peterson T). Clark G Wlxon D. Clark G McDanlcl Richardson '. ..G..,, Stout Substitutions: Luxora — Norman for years, won the women's title for the rirst time. She beat Helen Angwln, 6-2, 6-3. Sedgman and McGregor play for the men's title on Monday. Hanna, Petty, Carr, Leigh, Smith. Burdette—Bevill. Boys' Game Luxora Pos. Burdette Towles (2) ....P (3) Langley Johnson (6) ...P (1) Moore Williams (6) ..O (2) Daniels R. Tate (3) ....O (6) Gore B. Tate (16) ..G (U) O'Neali SubstituUcns: Luxora — Bennett; (4), Stovall (6), Tucker (2). White (6), Sulllns, Gentry and Barch <2). Burdette—Eubanks and Long. NOTICE January 31st Is the final date to buy your city TRUCK and AUTO tags without paying penalty. All TRUCK and AUTO owners residing in the city are required to have these city tags. Get them at the city clerks office, city hall. City of Blytheville Read Courier News Classified Ads see, I »m Salvlnl." Jane Wyman and her current date, socialite Travis Kleefeld. Insist that It's 6trlcUy-foc-l»lighs patient, "You I palshipnothlni more. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Enjoy Delicious COUNTRY HAM at ih« RUSTIC INN "Food You Like" ROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE ISO On Tour Dial Sunday, Jan. 27, 1952 IORNINQ 7:15—sign On 7:16—Muslo for Sunday 1:45—Church ot Christ 8:15—Church of God 8:45—Young Trio 9:00—Pentecost Church of Trumann. 3:30—Southern Four :45—Southern Traveler* 0:00—Bpirltual Five. 0:15—Southern Gospel 0:30—Chnpel in the Sic .1:00—Church'Services AFTERNOON .2:00—rNoon News 2:15—Noon Serenade 12:45—WomHn of th« Week . l:00^-Daptlst Hour . ' 1:30—Trumann Glad Tiding Hour 2:00—Hollywood Calling 2:30—Meet Your Neighbor 2:45—Meet the Band 3:00—Cisco Kid 3:30—Boston Blacltte 4:00— Philo Vance 4:30—Meet the Stan S:0fl—News & SporU 5:15—Sign on Monday, Jan. 28, 1952 MORNING 7:15—Sign On T.IS —Southern Gospel Singers "?:30—Yawnln in the Mornin 7:55—According to the Record 8:00—Morning News Roundup 8:15—Morning Devotional 8:30—Meet the Stars 8:45—Guy Lombardo Tim« 9:00—Woman's Viewpoint 0:30—Concert Master 10:00— News 10:05—Gospel Gemi 10:30—Southern Gospel Singers 10:45—Gospel Gem» 11:00—Newi 11:05—Farm Frolic* AFTERNOON 12:00—Noon News 12:15—Noon Serenade 1:00—Behind the Worif! News 1:05—Matinee Melodies 2::00—Arkansas News 2:05—Hillbilly Hits 3:00—World News 3:05—Heptime 4:00—Blytheville Courier New» 4:05—Murray's Madhouse 5:00—News 5:06—Sportsman 5:15—Sign Ofl Monday, Jan, 29 p.m. Adult* SOc—Children 15c TAG MATCH Eduardo Perez & J. Moody n, Geo, Cologne & Rex Mobley For Reserved Se*ts. Call 3389 Also 2 1-Fall Matches Perei YS. Mobley Colngni vs. Moody | NOW/ Phone 3186 i Prompt Delivery HESTER'S Coal Yard Courteous Service FARMERS Re sure to have your COTTONSEED and SOYBEAN'S lest for GERMINATION Send Samples to Woodson-Tenent Laboratories 61* Went Ash St Blytheville, Arkansas JUST RENT A CAMERA from our CAMERA SHOP Take the Pictures Yourself ...With a box, flash, or Movie Camera, BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2008 West Main Phone 3647

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