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PAGE *IX BLYTTTKVTLLE (ARK.) COUKTER NEW* FRTBAT, MARCH 14, 19SJ Osceola in Quarter-Finals Of State Girls Tournament Dayton, LaSalle In Finals of NIT Favored Duqucsnc And St. Bonaventurc Victims of Upsets IN TUNE _ Crooner "iVmj; Crrjsby. who slock in the Pirates, was tin hand to ^rce Dicksun at San Bei-naiiliru>, Cnlif.. siflt- agreed to IMl&bi.irftr] terms M\(\ K ceived a big raise, but he si ill ha status of Mr, Crosby. (NKA> wns $300,000 worth of 20-f^me winner Min ry the flue pitching ,st;n ni'd his conlntft Dick son re- n'i quitr rc;u'heil the.- Memphis Siafe Gridders Play in Osceola Tonight OSCEOLA-—Memphis Stiite CuLk'fcO'.s fool ball Tigers will clox their spring drill prime] wlih then' second uitiu-.sqiiHd Hlut-Urcy garni! at. Hale Meld here tonight. KUikoff time for Hie Intrn-squad IMPLICC in .souihrru football ciri-tps. game will be 8 p.m. I I.nsi your tlie Tiyors \yl\\yc<l both HV iit.'oii ri;ijj:rtTON JK. NKW YORK t,]', Abuiit fivt- years B^o o tall Day ton. O. yonn^'U'r, lnoll({)b]p for hit'h school bnsktt- ball in his senior year and unnoticed by tfjlloL'i- remits lit't-aii^; i ' ;ihL uisht Kiloam Kpnni^s won two of his r»v.k\vartJnr-,s, wns "borrov/cti" f KMIW* bciitin^ A.sluiowji M-15 ycs- by an InclppriKlont U':un for a gamp I tcrday niortiiiii! :uitt Hiiitford 60-47 nKninht the Plilllip.s Ollrr. 1 ;. f l«*t NSRlH. E'oiiMukccp-'-ip defeated The Imy, Won Mfiuekf.-. plnyerE for [ On-one Contuy Tech Ilinh 17-28' in a while af;iilii.'-t 7-fool (lob Kurhind nnd HIP former Oklnlioinri A A: M .star «avc him n lev. 1 cncouratcunj words. liDii \vcjit on plfiyini: club tirtll and camrht the- eye (if Tommy Ill:u:kburti, Uic U^yton University coach. Today Mi'iiiokc j-. rrc'Ji-ni/.t'd »x tho second-hi^hr.' L point setter for three years thiit major college i I" iKUch la.st nd Kmcrsou defeated -Scltnii 38-32 n ;i iir.il round yauic yesterday, i.iloiim Springs ;uui Dculuh jh in; k proved to bfc Just ;itx)Ut the oucMOJit combinetJon in the tour- uuiient-. MKs Shofik .scored G-l lijiu-i in the two fiismc." to lend her ;un t«j the semi-Jiiials. I'"oIl(jv,niL,' the cojiinletion of qu;«r- skofbn!] has produtrd. Tomorrow! ti'r-Iinal nciion todny tiic sonii-fi- lu-'ll lead the Dayton Klyers [\KfiinsLinuls will %ct. underv.'uy tonight. I-siRuHr nnd It.s fabulous freshman, ] Siloam Sprinys and Pou^hkeepsie Tom Ciola, In (ho final t-nnie (jf the i meet in the fir>t ^'mi-final gtnnti Nationnl rnvitalion Toumanicnt at | lonl^ht. Miitlison Stjuare Oai'df.i. LaH-tlle and DayUm conipleierl (hr; rout of the totiriiiunrmr.s seeded tcnms before 17,131 iiireamin^ fans at (he Ciardcn last ni«hl. The La- Katie- explorers, a tail, ai-lte crew, handed lop-.seeded DiKjuesnc Seminolettes Top Des Arc; Played Emerson Six Today XKU'POKT—The Suriiijmloiles of Osceola Hijfh School wen. sdifciulnd lt> play Knicrnoji at 10 a.m. loiluy in the -i basketball tournament liere. Portland Ousts NAIB Champions HamJine Humiliated 75-67; Murray State Defeats Whitworth qiiai'lt'i'-nnals of the .stale O^ctola rnovTtl Into ilio qnartcr- flnalK hy ou^tiriK Do.s Arc -14-30 In ;i fir.st round same yesterday. Pacctl by Katlo Mfie Watson, the .SfiniiLuti-ttrs Rrabbid mi early lend and w(?re never ht!itd(:d. Katie; Mae v. 1 hipped 2fi points through the ncia for high .score honors, other "iiinc. 1 : yi'-sttrdwy, and OIL I Tin- Tiyevs plityeii their Iivs\ r .5\- Ira-sqimd gtmic tnsl week and tonight the Grey team will be out to revenge the 19-0 ILckins howled it by the Blues in the first mecUiiK. Colemnn Lnnnuin. the Osceola boy who is a guard on the Memphis i 81aU" 5*4.11 ad. Is sin ted to stnrt with I and cnptain the Dluc lenm In tonight's game. Lanimm. n 170- jiounder, was a larklo on the 191950 Osccohi High School tennis. Ralph Htvtlcy, the Tiger. 1 ?' head coach, will bring R squad of -13 players to tonight's game. The squad will be divided Into two tennis with Assistant Coach Robert A. Long couching the 20-mtm Grey squ:ut nnd Assistant Conch Kenneth Donohue will direct the 22-man Bine squad. Big Crowil Kvpc-clcd Besides Lanninn, the Timers have two other Northeast Arkansas lads on their squad. Bobby Ford, a 185- pounrt renter nnd nil! Clark, n 195- pound halfback, both former Wynne High stars, will play in tonight'* game. Ford will captain the Grey team. A near-capacity crowd n( Mississippi County and other • NoithcaM Arkansas football fans arp expected to witness the game. Tickets have been placed on sale hi every school in the county and in Blythc- ville fll Owens' Drug Store. Tickets nlso will be available al- the pate. The game Is beinfi sponsored by the Osceola High School Athletic and G\K Miss. Porks to Play Final Spring Tilt Saturday Lrrri.c ROCK (API— The aiisn.s Hnzorbucks w'lll rlo^c 1 Sluing footbnll drills with a oni1 intva-.stniatl gatne hi defeat of the .season, 5D to >lij. Tlicri Dayton, a finalist a yrar »uo, mine cm to v.-hip third-ranked St. Boiinvenluro. f>9 i» 02. f.nSalte's \V\n »n Upset LaSnltc's victory over tlie team that vois ranked fourtli In tlie na().-/n In tlie flunl 10f>2 Associated Press poll \vns the Ifasl expected of (he two. nut, it <,v:is in the hook.s from the first f*:\v minutes of flic KFime nnd became almost certain when Norm Grekin went on n 10- polnl scaring splurge Intc In the second quarter. DuqtieMie, never in the lead, played one of Us \vorst Hut U \vn.s Mflneke, on performance and statistics, who stole the semi-final show. The bony, fi-foot 1 senior scored | 25 points. Hipping in soft hook shots i from the Keyhole ov pushing them Mann <I Co tie Ml Witl-son i Peepci 1 . Ke ml rick Lov, e ... Substitution. l-\.. P... P.. O . . . G ... G ... Jli'b Are 0) Micrs i7) Roe > Sunders Ovcrtnrff Smith Galloway .s: Oscccila - D u 11 it, Hinc, Wootcn, Spiers, Wealiierford. DC L:mcy. De.s Arc oon \l) nnd >IolJowi Webb <3>, Gib- Memorial Stadium tie re tomorrow RflenioQM. In lh« first scrap, playrtl at Fny- ettcville lu&t week, the ReOs. .spurk- ed by All-Southwest Conference Quarterback Lumar Me Han. walloped the Whites 5-i-u-i. However. Coach Otis Douglas has niiiile prr- .soimol shifts riile.u lit loci io make tomorrow'* lilt more even. j by Jim Lncey of Baltimore Loyola, Karl Knlsor, a sophomore lull- i which WHS broken this year by Dick back who led ail ball rtirrifrs with U9 ynrds while tnuier.-st tidying; Lewis Carivcntcr for the Reds, lias bctMi trnmfeirpcl to the White squad. So 1ms Boh St. Pierre, the from the side with deft ease. He- controlled the backboards on rebounds and outplayed St. Bonn- venture's tall man. Bill Edwards, on defcn.se. Last night's 25 points mode him the lom-nameiu's lUgh scorer with 71 for three games nnd gave him B thrcc-vcar total of 1.80!). That MIJ-- . p:is«od the formf-r iccord of 1.7afi \ terrific." Fred Wilt to Retire NEW YORK f/Ti - Fred Wilt, the [jiillojjin;; FUI man. '.'.ill make his farev.clJ indoor appearance at Madison Scnmrc Garden in a special mile run at the Olympic Sport Carnival March 22. Wilt plans to retire after the Olympic games. KANSAS CITY sAI 1 ) — There'll br a new champion in the 14th N'a | tional Intprcotk'giatc (N'AJBi bati- ketb;iJl totirnarnent foi- sure and the winnei' will have beaten the best fii-ld ever Ei.s.scaibled for the six-day small colk'^c meet. The Portland (Ore.j University Pilots took care of the new chum- aJigle by outseoriiig, then liiiiing three-titue champituj Hamline University of St. E'anl. Minn., 75-137 in the quarterfinals to the delight of 8,000 fans last . e Pilots, who came to the tournament with a 21-9 record, will meet Murray U<y.) State (23-9) in the .semifinal feature at 9:30 p.m. tonight. Murray State dumped Whiiwoith College of Spokane, Wash,, 81-G9, but failed to stop the loners' tall Ralph poison who poured in -41 points. Texjuis Win Again Meeting In the semifinal opener <it 9 o'clock M-ill be the undefeated Soiithwvst Texas State Bobcats, who have won 29 successive games, and the surprising Springfield (Mo.) State Bears. Southwest Texas beat off u spectacular rally of Lawrence Tech of HIGH HOPES—Paul Richards iiniles fhintly as lie watches his leam \vork out at Pasadena, Calif., no doubt highly pleased wilh what he sees. The Chicago White Sox manager predicts another good year for his men, says they rnay evert cop the pennant. (NEA.) 'n t/i* Grapefruit Circuit — i Homers Fly as Sluggers Catch Up with Pitchers 14 Smashes Blasted Yesterday; Gus Zernial Poles One 450 Feet B> RALPH RODEN AP Sliorts Writer That old devil, the lively ball, has reared its ugly head iigain. • Pitchers, thanks to an early start, field sway oveP* the hitters since the exhibition grind opened but the fence- Inislers caught up with them yesterday. Porkers in SW Meet FAYfSTrEVILLE. Ark. TAP) Seventeen Univer.sitv of Arkansas athletes will compete in the Southwestern Recreational track meet, in Ft. Worth Saturday ns the Rozor- back.s niien their 1952 track and field season. Read Courier News Classified Ads Detroit \vin 6S-D? Springfield showing in the closing minutes to In the made quarterfinals. Impressive eliminating Morning- ;,liie College of Sioux City, la., 8774. Portland put on a typical Harlem There were 14 home rims lilt in .seven games including a 450-foot belt by Gus Zernial of the Philadelphia Athletics, the American League's home run king. Zernial's tremendcus clout was struck in a losing cause as the A's dropped n 11-6 slugicst to tlie New York Yankees at West Palm Beach, Fla, The Yanks pulled out their fifth victory in six start.5 with a seven run uprising in the sixth inning featuring rookie Andy Carey's triple. Rookie Jack Littrell of the A's socked a pinch-hit homer in the ninth. The Yankee "U" squad dropped a 7-6 decision to the Philadelphia Phillies "B" team at Cleanvater, Fla. Clint Weaver of the junior Yanks clculcd two home runs while Stan HollmiK and Jim Command each hit a homer for the Phils. Philadelphia's main squad, despite a grand-slam homer by Willie weight Champion Sugar Ray Rob- Jones, dropped a.n 8-7 decision to inson successfully slarted his series''he Brooklyn Dodgers In a night Ray Robinson Defeats Olson In Title Fight SAN FRANCISCO W J .i — Middle- of monthly title fights by defeating Carl (Bobo) Olson last night, TJie tap dancing master of the 160-pcuud division had to travel at top speed to .score a 15-round unanimous decision over his younger rival. He next defends against Rocky Grnzfano in Chicago April J6 and against Paddy Young in New York May 16 "if I still have the title." Robin-son, obviously tired after exchanging punches with the rugged 23 - year -old Honolulu - born fighlcr, said he finished in good condition. gome at Miami. The Dodgers scored the winning run in the ninth inning on a single by Git fHodges The Detroit Tigers pounded ou> three home runs in defeating the Boston Braves. 8-S at Lakeland Fla. George Kell featured a foui run .sixth inning rally with a thrci run homer. Gery Pridtiy and Steve Souchock socked bases empty horn era for the Tigers. Homer Heats Cards Home runs accounted ior all of the runs in Cincinnati's 2-1 victory over the St. Louis CardimUs at St. Petersburg, Fla- Joe Adcock won Proceeds went (o the Damon the game for the Red-s with a two- Rhnyou Cancer Fund. Robinson] run ninth inning homer off Harry contributed his purse. Globetrotter exhibition in the last five minutes after it had the game won from a badly flustered Hamline team. (The Cat) Brecheen who was making his first appearance of the spring, WaUy Westlnke banged a pinch-hit homer for the Cards in the third. Bobby Thomson slammed his first homer since his historic pennant- ng four-bagger against Brook- yn as the New York Giants turn- d bavk the Chirago Cubs, 6-0, at Mesa. Ariz. The game was called alter six innings because of high, " winds. Rookie Bob Hofman al- o homered for the Giants. Sal Nfag- ie held the Cubs to two hits, both by Ransom Jackson, in five inn- ngs. The Washington Senators failed to hit a homer but made the most of nine sing]as to defeat the Boston Red Sox. 4-1, at StirasoUi. Fla- Rain Halts Two A scheduled game between the Chicago White Sex and Pittsburgh Pirates at San Bernardino, Calif., was cancelled because of rain. Rain also caused the cancellation of a game between Cleveland and San Diego at San Diego. Both Pittsburgh and Cleveland announced player signings while the Boston Red Sox sent seven pla ers to farm clubs. "' Pitcher Jim Walsh signed with the Pirates leaving home run king Ralph Kiner the lone Pirate out of the fcld. Kiner, working out with the team, is expected to confer shortly with Pirate President John Galbreath. The Inclines announced that veteran infielder George Stirn- weiss. the club's last holdout, had come to terms- The Reri Sox -shipped outfielders Tom Umphlctt and Al Van Alstyne, catcher Bob Atwood and thi rd baseman Hal Buckwalter to th« Deland, Fla.. site of their Louisville American Association club. The Sox sent pitchers Paul Aylward. Rollin Schuster and Al Schroll to Gcala, Fla., training base of their Birmingham, Southern Association club. The easternmost point of land in the United States is West Quoddy Head, near Eastport, Me., in longitude 66 degrees, 57 minutes. fi-G pn,s.sing nee who played Groat of Duke-. Groat finished ),|s collegiate', career with 1BBS points, FI [iinf J K--Mcincke might conceivably equal. : ~;~ Tn NCAA Toiirnry Aftrv tomoi-|-o\\ 's final, Da\ton \vil] KO Itlfo the National Coleijiate AA Taiiummrnt i\s one of tlie "at McHnn la.st week. Another RreaL olfnn.slve anticipated. In last week's Knine, \ Uirpi?" teams and can play as many the Reds netted 51B yards and the] ns four sanies there. White* piled up 361. I After the gnme. Edrtit* McEvin, The annual Red-White Raines are I ll - r Honnirs' conch sighrd: deadly MTUHIS affairs. The two Association and all proceeds will go! teams make the Little Rork trip to the school's athletic fund. in sepnratr busses and nre qimrlcr- Memphis State, although H .simtll «d separately In the capital city. In frhool, is gradually gaining prom- all. 7fi ^rlcklm will ninkr the trip. From the Training Camps— Chicago Cubs to Train at Mesa Again in 7953, Club States Uv The Associated Prrwt MESA. Ariz <,r,—Thc Chicago CuUs liave decided to trniti at Mesa again in 1953. -Dayton is the best team we've fit cod all year, and that includes Du([ursne. And that Meiucke—he's In the contrasting half of the program only two players fouled out and no one player dominated the show. Gob. the 6-6 freshman sought by nearly every major basketball college, was the key man on the LaSalle attack in its victory over Du- qnesne by opening up the Duqxiesne defense. He scored only 10 points while tc-arn'mate Norm Grekin racked up 21. The Dukes, who beat LaSnllc by il points during the regular season, lacked their usual liusMe and connected with only 19 of G7 field goal attcmin.s. ALL THE GAS MILEAG YOUR CAR CAN Win Matthews. Cubs' jwi.-onnel l.oo to Work Pitchers VHOBNIX. Ariz. i.M'i More director, s.iitl jcMi'rday the (lull wmk is '» S' OT C (or the HiK Fmil hnci reached an aauriiient [or 195:! ( rf l! "? Nrw fork Giant pitclihiK with I he Hci Ho K.ini Club, which s: "' r " ! I->"'>' Jnnsn-.. Sal Maijlic. ttie i\aEuj;i;d I^.a^uer.s liere. The agurtnriH includes an option lor UKM. Mattlu'iv.- wild. ( hisox (irt Pin her l j,\ PASAIJKNA. C.ihf. i APi — Wllll • <".\ rain "" . U,u<> Koslo antl Jim lloarn. "Flnni IK»\- cm I'm goinc to 10- late Hie bis telknvs and Irt them *i^ lour, Ihr. tind six inning. 1 ; nlirl *" '"' '" 1!!l " ley 11Klkl ' ' h c lull Hinc NOW It the Best "Time To Re-Tire*" 1 tires mcy lf ( >. %r? 4250, I ra;n spoiling 'esrordny> M hoiiuirfi . .. T , , ChiL-apd White .S.x-st. ioiiisl . l l ^' inr thrin {o po Browns exhibition ^cm- b;- news i ' Um ' ll ' lllrji:s tnn lli;ttlv (lliu ' 5 bl% in the SON c,nup hm- v.;u, the ac- i t0rc th '" ! - t ' ftS(1 » MUMS. We may qui-uion u: u ])itL-lu*r. " ' have n:: - fir n mistake in <h;U rcs- The .Sax cot Icily 15:11 Evcuntdy ' •-*."- fron,; tl t c H,n«ns for whu minal ni ,, k , r H-nlu-s M,U lli.1, H b '' " l '° n * -\"AMI. KLi. 'AP.-IM.ikK' nvihl- !'f'?,- L. "'»'*' Ul;tn ' ! " ^^^i^min.s ,1,^11 Rutherford nml Ben waiver price. Keimcdv, ?.\ five for the Ii:o\\n.' la.v. scit so smooth Wacii" 1 ;nr in^kinK; si rone buis to lelirf pufhois. mellow and just right 1. Nnrniiime eiigiiin 2. Tighten cylinder hcail to proper tort|ue 3. Tighten all manifolds 4. Take compression rending 5. Test battery gravity 6. Clean and lighten battery terminal* 1. Tesl ifiilfinn coll R. Test condenser 9. Tnspccl distributor c;ip aticl rotor 10. <.;ip;\n, adjuj.1 or repln.cc rtistrlbutor points 11. Correclly time engine is"Iifon 12. Check automatic and vacuum controls 13. Clean, adjust and pressure-test spark ^ plugs 1-1. Inspect fKinlion \virinR 15. Check voltage rcgul.ilnr 16. Tighten sUrtcr molor connccllons 17. Inspect generator brushes 18. Inspect heal rnntrol 19. Adjust fan belt 20. Tighten hose connection* , 21. Inspect coolinjr system for leaks i 22. Clean and re-oil air cleaner 21. Cleuu fuel pump bovrl • t 25. Analyrc exhaust (j:iscs Adjust carburetor with vacuum Kauge For Th© Balance Of March Only ENGINE TUNE-UP JOJ Parts Extra If Needed Every car road tested for engine performance, and proper steering and brake action. Turn >mirs in for liranil-nc%v l"i*k% — the nnt.i/L(ii( [jrt-s that stop j'tump n\ *i,S r ", l.i^icr on any road in any wc.uber! T!njoy safe ivinirr Jri^ inx at [lie bi.sjBCst using ocr! FISK WE USE SUN TESTING AND DIAGNOSIS EQUIPMENT BY EXPERT MECHANICS Lee Duncan, Service Mgr. • Roy Haker • Haskcll Graham • Paul Prcsson • Ernest Walker SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. 301 NVost Mnin 1'honc f.'iTS ^IIKIS, lATTHlIS, » ICA PPINO ON EASY TlRMS Blytheville Motor Co 1st & Walnut Phone 4422

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