The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1949 · Page 7
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 2, 1949
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FlUDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1049 BLYTHEVIU E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Lake Village Routs Osceola 60- Seminoles Fall lo Big Beavers PAGE SEVEN s, Squaws Winners Advance To Class B Playoff Finals Next Week LAKE VILLAGE, Ark.. Dec. 2. (Special to Cornier News) — Lake Village Beavers pushed towards another Arkansas Cla.vs B champion.,-, ship here last night by trouncing JO-ceola Scmjnoles 00-ii in a semifinal game before a record crowd of more than 3COO. Lamnr McHan, Lake Village's great halfback, played one of the sanies of his career and set tlie pace tor scoring will) three touchdowns and 3 exira points. He parsed a fourth touchdown. Regi- iirlli ciamtert twice. Other (ouch- down. 1 ; were scored by G. Mav-zanti Mi-Bride, Grassi and Williams. TO COACH AGS—J. B. <Kars) Whitworth, former Blytheville athlete and line couch of the Univcr- A 40-yard pass play, quarlprback sSt y o[ Georgia, was scheduled to si£n a three year contract today as heiifi fooihall coach of Oklahoma SUIUvater, Okla. appointed UIFS week to 'succeed Jim Lookabaugh who resigned as coach of the Cowpokes iiftcr 11 years. Spiers to halfback Hill, accounted for Ooccrjhi'.s only touchdown in the second quarter with the .score 27-0 i A ^ M Colleen in favor of the Beavers at the time. Whkcworth was One of MeHan'.s touchdowns was on a 91-yard dash, another on a 5'2- ynrd pa,^ intercept-ion and a third \\.i.s scored from the five yard stripe. Lake Village will tnke on (he win ner of tlie Pocahonlas-Hughcs'gume to be played at Jonesboro tonight ai a site not yet decided, for the Arkansas B championship. O.sccola F>s. Lake Village McBrulc Cox LE. . Lannum ..... L T. . Stevens L.G. Dunn C. Alexander Meadows ... Wcinberg ... Spiers , Kilt StihvcU Shaneyfelt . By periods , ^.sceola . .. k Lake Village R G. R.T. R.E. Q.B. . L.H. R.H. . F.B. . G. ,,.. Pope ... Fuller Ford ,.. Nolan .... Riiey Williams Rcginclli .. McHan Spurlock Mayzanti ... 0 6 0 0— B ... 6 21 7 26—CO Scoring touchdowns for Osceola, Hill. For Lake Village, Mcllim 3; Mazzanti, Reginolli 2, McBririe. Grnssi, Williams, Point after touchdown. McHan 3; Grassi, Williams and G, Mazzanti. Cold Follows Snow In Midwestern States CHICAGO, Dec. 2. UP)— Cold moved into the midwest today as yesterday's snow slid east. Rockford, III., reported an earls morning temperature ol one below Duluth. Minn., had two below, while Chicago, warmed by Lake Michigan, held to a chilly M above. The snow, which covered a 150- mile band from Northern Illinois to Southern Wisconsin and Southern Lower Michican, travelled east Parts of Pennsylvania. New York and Ohio reported light falls. Tile U. S. Weather Bureau reported a new storm brewing in Western Canada, but said it was too earl 1 « to predict its severity. The rest of the nation had fai and seasonably mild weather. Y' Leacjue Cagers Segin Play With •'ractice Contests Play in the Blytheille Y's Inde- jeudent Basketball League opened ast night- with three practice games >layed at the Blytheille Armory on South Second Street. Teams from Htibbarri Hardware, Blythcillc Motor and Holland. Ala., vere victorious in the three tilts which marked the opening of league play but will not count on the of- icial league standings, In the first game the Hubbanl Hardware five, led by Jones with 18 points defeated the Stcelc. Mo., entry 01 to 35. Burton led Stcele with eight ixjinLs. In the second game Bill Meharg counted 12 points to lead his Sly- heville Motor Company team to a esounding 53-25 victory over the Wakefieid Service Station quintet, Mi-Daniels paced Wakefieid with 12 points. In the final game of the night Hester whipped in 26 points to lead the Holland. Mo., five to a 93-l!i rout of the Farmers Bank team of Blytheville. Cox led Farmers Bank with -six points. Regular league play will be continued with three games next Thursday night. Zuppke Honored NEW YORK, Dec. 2. CAP)—Bob Zuppke. who retired in 1941 afte 20 years as University of Illinois football coach, received Touchdown Club award as man who has made permanent contribution to football yesterday. Trustee Is Named LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 2—</n Governor McMath has named Johi Moore. Clarendon, to the board o trustees of Arkansas A. M. andN College, pine Bluff. He succeed C. R. Wilkin, Brlnkley, who res igned. Barnhill Denies Plans of Quitting U.A. Publicator Says Statement Expected In Three, Four Days FAYETTEVILLE, Ark, DCU. 2 'AP)—University of Arkansas Athletic Director John BunihUl said yesterday he has not made up his mind -whether to give up his job as head fcoibiili coach. AL the same time. Robert Chcync, Athletic Department pub! idly director, said lhat a .statement wilt be mode "in three or four days." Reports have been current that Barnhin, who came to Arkansas in 194C from Tennessee, would rciin- quUh his head football coaching dutics and remain as athletic director. At a rare press conference Wcd- nc.^iay, he said only that he would recmneiul a reorganization of the athletic department. Yesterday he denied that he has formulated any plan to quit as football coach and said he is "exploring all possibilities." He did say that he had talked with OILs Douglas, assistant coacl of the Philadelphia Eagles. Cheyne added that Douglas visited the Arkansas campus and talked with Dr Lewis W. Jones, university pre.sL dent. Walker to Watch SMU-lrish Game From Sidelines DALLAS, Tex., Dec. 2. M>)—Doa Walker will end his collegiate foot ball career on the bench tomorro; —and in civilian clothes. Southern Methodist Univcrsil Coacli Matty Bell last night sal his triple-threat backfield sta wouldn't even suit out for tomor row's game with mighty Notr Dame. The definite loss of Walker din med further Southern Methodist already dim hopes of upsetting th Irish, shooting for their 38th con secutive victory. "His leg Just didn't respond treatment," Bell said of Walke "He can't run at all." Walker reinjurcd a leg in th Texas Christian University gati last week. He was out most of th second half. Porkers Open Cage Season With Victory FAYETTKVTLLK Ark,, Dec. 2— MV-Tlio University of Arkansas' ueiv basketball regime Is off to a iilecesslul start. The liazorliacks worked Coach Tonight Teams of Luxora To be Opponents Double-Header Set For Haley Field Gym; Chicks Open Tuesday The 1049-50 bnskelbnll season Presley milking Askcw's fityle of deliberate, play- scasnn-opcnlriK game —Courier News Phulo OI'EN SLCASON TONIGHT- Couch Donna Johnson's Blytheville High School Squaws will open their 1043-50 cage schedule tonight against the Luxora iiigii School girls team in the feature game ol a doubleheader at the Haley Field sym. Members of the team are (left to right) Joanne, Pedlock, Barbara Uuiinrd. Maxiue Hipp. Dovic Lea storey, I'ojly Fowler, Jean Phillips. Betty o'uoll, Co-Captain Lucrela Dtincli. viviun Jones, Lavcrne Hodge, Uillie PII^MICII, and Captain Margery Hale. GosneH to Play Twin Bill Tonight With Armorel High Gosnell High School's boys tinil girts cage tennis will meet teams from Arinorcl High School in a double-header at the GosnclL gym tonight. The first game is schetUik'd for 7:3J. Coach Roy iron's Panthers will HO .seeking tht?ir fifth straight win in the feature game. The boys' team was victorious over Dell, SteeJp, Manila and Kciscr in the first four outings of the season. Coach J. K. Harris' girls team however, is still looking for its first win of the season. In four f;aincvi they have lost to Dell. Manila and Keiscr nnd were tied by Steole. The Gosnell tennis rehiain at home Tuc.sdny night to meet teams from Burdette In ft twin-bill. , TYo/anS , , t _^ MeetToniqhtin DoubSe-AFinals LITTLE Smackover ROCK. Dec. 2. f/T) — and Subiaco arc ex- Shaw Says Pacifists Must Fight During War GLASGOW. Scotland. Dec. 2. —George Bernard .Shaw Negro Is Executed In Missouri Prison JEFFERSON CITY, MO., Dec. 2. <&> —A 35-year-old Negro was executed early today in the Missouri Penitentiary gas chamber for his part- in a gun fight that cost six lives. George U. Bell, who earlier had said he wasn't afraid to die, went to his death with outward calm. He was convicted of killing a policeman during the fight at a Kansas City apartment house Sent. 20. 1Q>I8. The shooting broke^ out when police went to the apartment house to arrest Bell's brother, William, for disturbing the peace. William Bell, four policemen and a bystander were killed in the fight that followed. Promoted to Corporal Pfc. George E. Anthony, son Mrs- G. A. Anthony of Leachville, has been promoted to the grade of corporal in the Air Force. Cpl. Anthony enlisted in the Air Force Sept. 8, 1S48. In Blytheville. He arrived in Japan June 15 and now is serving with the 1951st AACS Squadron at Komaki Airdrome near Nagoya. if war comes. P peeted to come tip with something new in Arkansas' 1Q1U high school football playoffs when Ihey meet in Ihe Class AA final here tonight. Thnt's a close game. There may be a lot of scoring In the tussle, but the difference Is due to be small. The game now is rated as a toss-up. Bnth the Bnckaroos of Smackover and the Trojans of Subiaco are undefeated and untied in Arkansas competition this season. The lop-sided trend of this year's playoffs was continued last night as Lake Village, the defcndinii champion, walloped Osceola. GO-6, to move into the Class B finals. Lamm McHan ran for three of the Beavers' touchdowns at Lake Vil- Irise-oucc Koinn as yards, passed ged for two ril Shaw says that i for another and plun acifists must "shoot extra points. Cards Sign Pitcher POTTSV1LLB. Pa.. Dec. 2. (AP)— The St. Louis Cardinals signed 18- year-old Jack Helper, who pitched 24 games without defeat and hit .569 in last two years in high school. NOTICE OF NK\V ESTATE'S ON WHICH ADMIN'fSTRAION HAS BliK.V COMME.YCEI) Notice is hereby given that (he following is a list of estates of deceased persons which Letters Testamentary or of Administration were granted during the month of November. 1949 with the date of the glinting of such letters and the name and of the executor or administrator:. No. 1046. Estate of Elijah V. Hill, deceased. Letters testamentary issued to Mary Grace Hill Wyatt, Rt. 1. Box 383, Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1910. No. 1947. Estate of J. C. Rauls, deceased. Letters testamentary issued to Jeff Rauls, Leachville, Arkansas on November ,12, 1949. No. 1948 Estate of Margaret V. Prichard, deceased. Letters of Administration issued to Alvin E. Prichard, Blytheville, Arkansas on November 19. 19+9. Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk this the 1st day of December, 1Q49. ELIZABETH BLYTHE. County and Probate Clerk By Stella Bohaning, D.C. 12 2 49 Any material which resists the flow of electricity is called a "nonconductor." Lake Village's final opponent will be? determined tonight, when Pocahontas nnd Hughes square, off Joncsboro. Also on tap for tonight are the las.? A semi-finals. In these, Pig| ?ytt will be nt StuMgnrt, and Coni \v;iv \\-i\\ bo at, DrQuecn. I The Class A and B finals will be : ])laycd..ncxt week. Answering n. staff mesnbL'r of (ho forward, Glasgow labor weekly, who asked how to yifl established as a registered conscientious ohioctor to military service, the tart-tony lied! Socialist playwright wrctc: "A country t hat engager in war, rightly or wrongly, is like a ship ihat has Ft ruck a bronknr nnd is leaking. The order must bo ';tU nands to the pumps.' no matter E :iow faulty or wicked the nnviga- i :ors may have bren. "Pacifists should da al] they ran to prevent war, but if it nrvcitlie-i ST. LOUIS, Dec. 2- fAP) — The ess breaks out. it is too late to do ' St. Louis Browns sold pitcher Al anything but fi^hl." ! Papni to thr RoRton Ficil Sox for | waiver price- of $10.001) nticl obtained imi'lcr Fr^nh Ovutinhi' from the Di-tioil Tisv-'i.s on waivers, 1L W;LS an- noiuiccd today. Browns Sell Papal Cagers in Steeie To Tangle Tonight With Bragg City STEEI.E. Mo., Dec. 2. — Cone] iiennie Wilhelm's Stcelc High school FHilldog.s will entertain teams froir Bragg city High School In a bns- ;ctball twin bill at the Hlcelc Higi' foi School gym tonight. The first game Is scheduled 30 and will be between the teams of the two schools. The feature game at b:Ul) will pit tlii Bulldogs against the Bragg city boys. This will be the first niceling thi. year between Sleelc and BrauB Citj ami the second home showing < the season for the Sleclc teams. Tuesday night the Bulldogs w i] meet teams from Hraggodocio here well Tolas they defeated the Pittsburi Kas.. Sttite Teachers. 59-41, before a packed hous' 1 of more than 2,500 students here last night. However, the real test will come Saturday night when the Porkers go to Stlllwater to meet the Oklahoma ASfiles, the team which first popularized the ball-control •pe of offense copied by Ark- nsiis' new coach. The Ruynrbacks, paced by Gerld Hudbpeth's 17 point, led Horn ic start and were never .-Jor irssed. They made most 6f llici Dints on short screen shots. Arkansas' defense looked good, orchiR tlie Gnrillus lo take most I their shots from a distance. John Spiltman, six-foot-elsht itlsbuig crnler. was Ihe chief horn iti the Porkers' side. He lumped in 11 [Kjtnts The Ra/orbacks were entirely rithout the services of three top tjinds who arc injured — Buddy .VnllcT, D. L. Miller inul Waller Yearns, and Hob Ambler, lull center t;ir of last scnson, sa'.v brief ac- ion and dln't seine. He had report- d for praelic-e only a [ew days ago. having been busy with football chorea. NOTICE OK AO< O1JXTS Or KXKOUTOIIS AND ADMINISTRATIONS FILK1) Notice i.s hereby Riven tlial (hiring tlie month of November. 10-1!) the following accounts of Kxmitors and Administrators huve been filed lor settlement and confirmation in Ihc i Probalp Court for the Chid-.a.s;c.vba t District of Mississippi County, Ark- [ ansas and that, sucli accounts with • their respective films dates arc a-s i follows: ; No. 1861. &.taie of Jn=rphinr Werl. '• deceased. First and Final r<>|y:>rc o! A. S. Harrison, lilcd November 4. 1040. j All persons iJiterr.Mrtl in the set-] tlcment of any of ;he. alxivc eslate.s ! are warned to file cx'-ptinn-s there to, if any have they on or bc!orc the. ! sixtieth day following the flliiij; of j the respective accounts, failing' which they xvill be i>:trretl forever; from excepting to the accents. j Witness my hand and STM! ;;.s -such Clerk and the seal of said Court I this the 1st day of December. 1659 j ELIZABETH BLYTI1E. i County and Probate Clerk ! By Stella Buhanin:, D. C. 122-13 More than (hrce-(juartrrs of Ameiicau fimn families have radlns rim! .sculir*: machines. Cooter Wildcats To Play Deering In Double-Header COOTER, Mo., Dec. 2.—O.ole High School's Wildcats will met. teams from Ueering. Mo., in a cati double-header at the high sclioo gymnasium here tonight. This will be the second home showing of the season for the C'wit- er teams. In tlie first. Nov. ^2, they split a Iwln bill will! tennis from Manila, Ark. The lirst game, scheduled for 7:30, will pit tlie Cooler i;lrls against ; the Decrinc, uirls and In Ihe feature] game at H.'M Cooler's boys will play DcerhiK boys. The Wildcats will bf Idle Tuesday night but piay BtagKnclocio here Friday night of next week. Krcsti Slack Guaranlced I Kirby Drug Store; Tv/o Braggodocio Coqe Teams Play Holland Tonight HOLLAND, Mo., rwc. 2.—Holland Hif;h Si'luiol's ca^pi-.s, l^otli hoys [mil Blrls. \vlll [jlay HiuKicmlnclo. Mo., Innins in a p;iir at names al tlio hiyh sclinol [,'yniiiasiuiti hurc 1 tonifi^t. I'layliiK (irsl. will lie llio girls' Ic'anin »r (lie l\vn schools nt 7:30 with I lie ixjys' trnni.s sclicclnlcd to meet in the nl(;hfs fraturc nttrnc- Ifnii linjiirdlatcly rtffptAV:U[|S. This \vill Im (lie sctiotid liomc lianip.s of Ihc .sc^a^mi ftn' Holhintl's tains. In the (list, Nov. as. they '.von a double headci 1 from Aitnnrcl, Ark., trams makes its debut In lilythcvllle to nlulit when niythcvllle nigh Bdwn"s senior Blrls and Junior boys take on trams from Luxora High ^t'hool In a double-header at Halev I'lrM cym. First on the aRcnda will he tha »nys' contest at 7:30. Then follow, hit: at B:30 senior Rlrlr,' teams from I no two schools will square alt This will be the first game ol the SIMSOII for nlytlieville's teams. Coach Earl Stabler of the Junior P:<]wo?fs will field n team consist- liuf of four leltcrmen from last year's Panoosc squnrl. Then he win have a couple more 1948 letter winners and IS or 113 newcomers to round out his squad. Back from lust year's team an Donald Gentry, Shannon Lnngljy, Johnny O'Brien, Tommy Mosley Monlroe Holland. John Ifalsell, alirl Hennie Gentry. Coach stabler ivtll ronstrurt his I£H!> squat] around llicsc veterans and from his newcomers lie will take enough for * cnunle nioro squads. The Paps have been working oil* tially since Thanksgiving In preparation for nielr season. Sfiujuis Have Hustle Coach Donna Johnson's Squaws have been holdliiK dally workouts for Ihc past month and are ex- I «lccl lo be In top condition for their opener. The Squaws will 1)9 header! l>y Captain Margie Hale. Co-Captain Lucreta Hunch and Polly Fowler, all leltcr winners from last year's team, with the rest of UK sqiind made up mostly of first girls. The 1019-50 Squaws will be dll- fercnt In at least one respect to niythcvlllo girls' teams of the past several years inasmuch a-s they ' play a faster brand of ball. Coach Johnson has tier team operating the fast break offense and both the I zone and man to man defense. I The senior Chicks will not open 1 tlu-lr season until Tuesday night I when they meet the Dell Blue Devils | at Dell. Tucvitlay night the Holland trams (ravel sanies. to Dceiiiu;, Mo., for McKcchnic, O'Neill Out CLEVELAND. Dec. 2. (AP)— The- Cleveland Indians released Coaches Bill McKcchnic and Steve O'Neill. . two j both former big league managers. It 'was announced today. ONE FOR THE BANKERS—This three-cent American Bankers As?ocintion commemorative stamp will be placed on first-day sale at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., on Jan. 3, 1050. 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