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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 5, 1949
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1949 Chicks Win Seven Berths to Dominate All-District Eleven BLYTHEVILLE (ATCK.) COURIER District Three Doublo-A champion Chick, !—•>.«. seven of their first'eleven players rm tlio ii- kans, s Athletic Association'., AlI-Dislric ThreeTri te ,i M , V' aS a "" ou » c «l yesterday hy the AAA All-district teams for three of the*. . _ stales four classifications. AA, A and B, were announced yesterday by the AAA In all districts. The leaniK were picked by coaches of the various teams of Hie district. Osceolu's Setninotes dominated Ihe jClass B learn in District Three placing four players. Wilson, the District Three B champs, got two berths and Shawnee and Luxoraone berth each. Chicks making (he Double A All- District team were end Marvin Hall, tackles J. A. Lloyd and Jim Berry, fsuard Jim Garner and backs Robert Reid, Charles (Ruff) Lilies and Buddy Donner. The other four berths ivent to Jonesboro, the only other AA team of the district. Only one 'cam was picked. Osccola Hates Four In the u division, o.sceolu placed end Warren Wcinberg, lacklc Cole- uian I.annum, guard Jimmy Slovens Ktul back Tommy Spiers, one the district team while Wilson got only two mentions, brothers aene and Howard Woodyard. Ciene is an end and Howard a back. Robert Gray of Lu.xora was given a backficld berth and Paul Bell of Shawnee was named all-district, center. In Class A. Pnragould's 1948 state champion Bnlldcgs dominated the selections with four players. Piggott, the 1019 District champions, also got four berths and Marked Tree yot one. Chosen from Parngould were end McDonald, guard Almond and backs Biashears and Daniels. • The District Three teams: Class AA Ends: Marvin Hall, Blytheville; Sam Mntliis, Joncsboro. Tackles: J. A. Lloyd and Jim Berry. Blytheville. t Guards: Jim Garner, Blytheville, ™ Jonesboro. Cenler: Ed Francis, Jonesboro. Backs: Robert Reid. Charles Lutes and Buddy Donner of Blytheville, Jack Troxell of Jonesboro. Class A Ends—McDonald. ParagouUl and Rfleder. Plggoti. Tackles— Haydcn, Piggott and Lamb, piggotl. Guards—Almond, Paragon Id; Brown, Piggotl. Cenler—Taylor. Piggolt. Backs—Brashears, Daniels. Paragould; Underwood. Piggolt, and Brewer, Marked Tree. Class R Ends—Warren Weinberg, Osceola and Gene. Woodyard. Wilson. Tackles—Gore, West Memphis; and Coleinan Lamium, Osceoln. Guards—Reader. Earle and Jimmy Stevens, Osceola. Cenler- Paul Bell. Shawnee. i Backs—Tommy Spiers. Osceola; Howard Woodynrd, Wilson- Preston Carptenter. Wesl Memphis and Robert Gray, Luxora. .Cleveland to Play San Francisco for Pro AAC Crown NEW YORK. Dec. 5. I*—Cleveland and San Francisco meet next Sunday for the All-America Football Conference championship while Ihe National League'.-! regular season ends with (he Chicago Bears trying to overtake the las Angeles Ranis for western division honors. In yesterday's AAC semifinal playoffs, Cleveland's Browns eliminated the -Buffalo Bills, 31-21, and Ihe San Francisco 49ers outplayed the New York Yankees. 17-7. In Sunday's flnal at Cleveland, the Browns will seek to keep the title they've held since the conference's Inception in 1346. The Rams blew their chance yesterday to wrap up the western division crown in the NFL. losing a 31-27 decision to the Chicago Cardinals. Their setback, coupled with a 3021 victory for the second-place Bears over the Pittsburgh Stceters at Chicago, kept the western race alive. The Rams, who have won seven games, losl two and lied two, still kflsnre to wind up as the team that will meet the Philadelphia Eagles, eastern division winners, in the league playoll for the title Dec. 18. The Eagles, who had cemented first place tn the eastern circuit n week before, had n mere workout In crushing New York's second-place CHants. 24-3. nl the Polo Grounds! In other NFL games, Detroit edged the New York Bulldogs at, borne, 28-27, and at Washington 1"°„ R «lsWns routed Green Bay, oU-U- The Rams appeared to have their same, and first place, clinched with , ™ C<1ri cn! «hi B the final quarter. Then things happened. The liurd of three laic Cardinal rrt nn B W 1 S CnmC ** lrC 8™ *»'l«l- cd on Paul Chrlstman's payoff pitch Few Trades Expected at Baseball Meet BALTIMORE, Dec. 5. tip, Not' a single big league trade may he announced at this 48ih annual minor league baseball convention that opens up here today and does not end until Friday. Dec. a, hut thai docs not mean that none will be con- .stimulated. It is almost a certainty that* at least two. perhaps three, player deals of "sizeable proportions" will be ready to be announced at the major league sessions in New York- next week. One concerns the world champion New York Yankees and the American League cellar-ridden WasMii-- on Senators. The Yankees, sin™ the close of the 1040 season have been trying to wrangle pitcher R ; ,e and fire baseman Rd,„ Rohin ™n away from Mle Nats. ''~ ''" emUlcimmc of «««•«' football ,u^cma?y. Cl ' me Kouinson aw.iy from Mle Nats ~ time^ I ^Su^ 1I HeT :i n"o!^ Pessimistic frank Leahy Predicts er A ifl^ b! "^ I J s . i ; n . 0 , t . ll ": n "! 1 : Irish WiH Lose Five C^™** ;« ion had. But Robinson"., „..„,., ler. ft would not be al all .,,„,„,*. Ing if the big slugger wore a Yankee uniform next season. "They (the Yankees) cannot have Scarborough," Washington -Manager Bncky Han-Is emphasized last ni'lht "He is not for sale nor for trade. '•' W , h J' w!tnol| t him I've got no- • A 4 k ^*I wlicthe '' 'he samn applied to Hobinson. Harris replied: "Well, may (ell I,,. Another deal that volvos the St. Louis Brouns and Detroit Tigers with Brownie .scc ke fl™™" 1 ! Gerry Pridciy as the ^ej figure. At prcseiu Ihe Browns "'•c asking something 1'kc S200000 leers are willing to ,, 0 defy but not that hi"h KC the red-hut Brook- ami place. The high for PI It looks r weeks of dickering with Deering to Ploy Caeers in Holland Tottiorrov/ Nioht HOLLAND. Dec. 5-Ctnicll Rollers ol Holland Hi^h School Bill • H.v llarolil V. Katliff DALLAS, Dec. 5. l.-1>> — Notre name's gridiron champions are on | the way home boasting the greatest four-year record in Fighting Irish history—but lake it from Coach 1-rauk Leahy, they accomplished il l. ihe nick of time. Next year, laments that rugged nclivi<lnall.-,t among pessimists, his Pap Center Wins Arkansas Honor Blytheville Gridman On Second Team in All-Stare Selection Monti-no. Holland. Illythevillc Junior Hisli School's six-fool, three- Inch, IBU-iHinnd center, was chosen on the second scpiad uf the official junior high school all-.state football lc:nn. nmmlliiK to tlie Arkansas Athletic Association. Holland, u ninlh-Biader. was the only Pap (•ridinan tn receive men- lion on the mythical team. The nil- state selections were announced by the AAA yesterday. Jonesljoro's undefeated Junlo Whirlwind and the North Little Rock juniors dominated the pick- Ings by placin? three players each on the honor team. The olher five positions on the first squad went, to teams from Cnindcn, Pine llliiif Port Smith and Side of Little Rock, neeanse of the abundance of talent, the AAA .said, five hacks were picked on the first team The selections: I'irsl Train Cecil Yen-ill of Cuindr-n and Ted lierrod of N'jrth Little Rock, ends; Tony elements of North Little Kuck and clay Kenwiud of Joues- boro, Buards; Lacy Frasicr of East Side Little Uoik center; Jack Ijir- kin of Port Smith. Billy Womble of Pine Bluff. Travis Harclwlck of North Little nock. Huic Limirey of Canidcn and Jerry yielding of jon- c.sboro, backs-. Second 'J'cani Toinmle Meeks, Fort Smith and Don Jolly. Little Rock. West Side, ends; Lester Watson. North Little Rock and Bob Montgomery. Little Rock Easl Side, tackles; R. C. Parsons. Fort Smith and R. C. ln«r:un j North Little Rock, ciiards; Mirit- rflc Holland, niytheville. center- Dick Rynl, North Little Ruck. !!on- by Blackmail. Hot Springs, Pete Gels, Joncsboro, Hobby Rogers. Jonesunro and c. II. Tnrnip.sced i Fort Smith, bucks. PAGE NINE announced that the Holland- : u ' am can't hope to be half as strong Deei-lng basketball doishleheuder ! as lhe 1SH9 outfit which he called which is scheduled for Dccring to- " lllc B'' IcKm I ever coached." morrow m*hl will be played al Hoi- . ""Ppy that they were able to fin'. ish lour seasons without defeat while Friday njijlit Holland tennis divined u pair of games with teams of Braggadocio. The Holland boys The lineups: Oi OeorL T from irom busi ever get together, S " mi " or ier>R " c »™ nl ,', Iman Wa5 (0 ° "' l , '° conv "»'i»'i was -I S ° mC 2 - C °° "'Agate o9 minor leasues. Jii less will go on as usual. Belkos and Keene Booked to Meet j Fitzhugh (3i j Pa'.terson <23> . F I Keller (3) P i Gray G j Shr-lton G McCrary G •Is' Game Pos. . F. •«| T '\ S t lCiln / wres "'"B «'ill continue icrowe'Vni »t Memorial Auditorium ! Blayiock (6, . teams of heavyweights j Brinon (01 with scheduled event. Stocky Kneilsen to clash in vctera the main of manv Sutstituli'jtis: r.ylland—Mi.-Artliiir il). Swindle, Chikiers. Virden. Samford, and DuVall. Iir:i«gadoci<i— Hart, and Scarbroneh 131." Unys' (3ame Bragfiidwio Po:i. llollantl F C G G them Methodisl 27-20. From this year's team—voted No. 1 in the nation—Leahy loses nine and one-half starters. And from the remainders of his first string squad 10 more depart. Thai one-half starter comes abonl Braggadocio m Ihis manner: Bob Lally ami Fred Hi Sides i W.dlner divided lime nt, one guard f2> SciHli position. LJllly Is but Wall.. Uli Blaylock i lll? r has another year. Reeves | " ilr li • Hko Lost H. Tilman' Notre Dame is swept clean of All- C. Tibiuin! Americas. End Leon Hart, tackle Jim Martin, and fullback Emil (Six- Sulxstitutions: H u l I;m(J _Harris and ,1,11- . . <12i ncidi (21 Oeslring ! . i.ll Taylor .. (131 Avis . (51 Asnlcy si a clocio — j Yard i Sllko, all are due to graduate. Others lost from the startim- learn are enrl Bill \vightkin. tackle Ralph McCiehee. guard l-Yank Johason center Walt Orolhniis and backs Frank Spaniel and Larry Coutrc. Bob Williams .brilliant nuartcr- bnck who outpasse<l the soulhwest's l.ass-hap])y boys in the Southern Methodist game, will come back to Kyle Rote Tokes Southwesfs Ball Carrying Honors DALLAS. Dec. 5. Wi......The 19'IO ball-carrying championship of Hie Southwest Conference now rests atop the shoulders of Kyle Role Southern Methodist's great half- hack. Rote ,who turned in u first rate performance in his team's mMHy battle with Notre Dame Satmxiay won the title, nosing out Gcno Ma/-' zant! of Arkansas. Rote needed 82 yards to heat the Arkansas fullback. He rolled up 115 yards against the Irish and wound up with it season total of 777 yards on M2 carries. Mazv.anll was second flashy o , ccn Fresh ,% Guaranteed Best 1'rires "" * ~" ^^ Storer FOR SALE CONCPETE CIJ1 VKR1 TILE cjust, rou „„ „, U|U ti "•"> mi oinct bridge m^lerui '"fh» • 8 - IO -"-»-"«-Z"-24-27-30-3t CON'CRETE SEWER TII.E St'«< l-b-> Incnei CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS •'"•" e "'" *Wt Dcnve, A. H. WEBB Highway 61 »t state Lfnt Tlione 114 ., - --"-><.vij ui (;(•!] and iim> Keene in the !)0-minutc it e In best two of three falls m'tch' ' ^ln^^>^ Jenr. Ibe veteran hcavvweicht Is llnl 1 I"" 0 '™ '" B| J -tl >"-ille's wre.stl ci-cnI ! "f 1S i1 " 1 ° 1 " :ratt - <l f 'i this citcmt for a inrmber of years Murphy will be makm- hi, Hcc [Small Boy Gets the Last I Word in Phone Argument, Apology Notwithstanding .League Adopts '34-Game Schedule BALTIMORE, Dec. 5 Sonthcrii =*-«««,« .s . ai -1 closing Sept. C °N™ inS 8 am a ve n°f Rt at New Orlrans; ianta and Little Association hns adopted a [ t! , iz schedule opening April H | tackles August cifclli. Ed Hndaf. and' Al Emijcwski. Guarcis Steve Oracko 'that extra-point aenius* and Jim Dailer. ijuai tcrbacks Gerald Brglcv and George Dickson and fullback Mike Swislowic/,. Tweh-e players with varsity expi-r- , Icnce rclnrn. \ Pllir \ni-T oirr , I.eahy says he doesn't expect much PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 5. <AP) - help from this season's freshmen •I'c small boy and -he telephone! "We will lose five games next operator had a slicht mismuter- year," Lcahv laments, standing. She couldll'l catch the number he wanted nnd a,i:-d him tn repeal n" .-evcral ;im,..s. Finally, he rxp.od- "Y-iii oj.ciHtHHs are -So dumb." The ofieiatdr cut lii:n off. Fifteen mmuii's later, a woman's voice inqnhrd if mis was the operator who had cut her nine-y<-,ir- old son off the lir.e. The operator replied it was and the woman .said "Just a minute, please." "My mother wants me lo apolo- de- 10 will H e plaveri by ilsl "ille :XK,blle nirmin..|iam at At Rock at Mem, lit yards you for what I said,' •d the small lx>y. The operator accepted his ap:il- and connected him wllh the number he had been Iryhiff to get Final ,«cenc n half hour—the .-c nm.,i small boy and the oix-rator on the n nsaln. The ° mother Jus ' Air Force Discloses Fatality Rate (or B-29s WASHINGTON. Dec. 5. or, -The Air [••iirc-e Saturday made public fipurcs showing that the fatal arri- dent rate for B-20 Superfortresses during (lie first seven months of this year was TU men lor each 100 000 hours flown. This compares witii a rale of 78 for Ihe full year of 194G. However, (lie Air Force .statement commented that the lota! hours flown bus increased threefold since then. The rate for 1947 was 69. for last year it was 73. The Air Force, which has been pl.mucd recently by a series of B-2D Harbor Bowl Decision Is Expected Tonight SAN DIEGO. Calif. Dec. 5—1,|',_ College of the Pacific nnd Bavlor may play in the Harbor Bowl here Dec. 31- Murliii Flagg. bowl chairman, said the two tennis, which are having difficulties obtaining a stadium, will reach a decision tonight and he quoted president Walter Knox of COP as saying: "There's better than a fifty-fifty chance that cop nnd Baylrn- will piny in the Ilarbnr liowt Dec :(] Knox told Flagg. ho-.'.cver. that no uontiiu-t will be signed until i p.m. iCSTl. lonigbl. Sports Roundup Hugh FuHerton. Jr. NEW YORK, Dec. 5. CAP) — If you've ever wondered why hockey never fulfilled Us promise of becoming u real big-league sport, Pr;mk Boucher reluctantly admii-s it's because there aren't enough r'ooit players lo go around. . . Thai's not exactly Ihe way Frank puts II. but lie can pick out Ihrec to five players on each National LeuiMie team he terms outstanding star.s ("nnd no quotes, plctiso; the olher learns might get mad itt me.") ... end] team Is carrying four or five players Just good enough to tianj; on, who would be replaced If belter players could be found. . If tbc league tried lo expand, it would mean each team would have to carry more of these incffectlve.s. . . . "I've been out west looking at amateurs, and the boys who are pluyiii^ junior hookey look like juveniles," Boucher adds. "Even with -.'« clubs to draw from, the minor line prospects aren't nny better than the ones we have." Undlsnlacril [).!'. D.inny Ziiwadiwski. who came from Germany to Watertown. S.D.. »s a diiplaccd person, reported lo I'.ish school Coach Clelus Clinker for basketball practice. . . Benin a soccer player, he sometimes kicked Ihe ball instead of dribbling il, but he tried hard and clinker was sorry lo put his name on the ILsl of candidates to be dropped. . . But Danny couldn't read enough English to know what the list meant and Clinker couldn'l speak enough German to tell him. . . Me continued to report and when Ihe first name came, nanny was given a uniform. . . . Now Clinker says he could make a baskelbiill player oul of the kid if he only could tall- to him. Monday Malinrr Arinlph Hupp. Kentucky basketball coach. Is telling folks his NCAA championship team grossed SIU2,- 000 for llle university last season, . . . Not a KIOSS exaggeration, either. . . Columbia's basketball team will visit Denver. Seattle and Eugene, Ore., on It.s Chrlslma.s Ihp. Firs time the Lions have vlsUetl Ihe Wesl Consl since Iheir 1!KM Rose Howl tour, . . Headline: "Harvard going to drop big time ' football." . Going lo? St. Louis Labrador Is RctrieYcr Champ WESTHAMPTON. N. Y.. Dec .•>-M'*—A four-year-old black I'u'bra- dor i-cliiiied today as national retriever champion. F. T. C. Marvndel Blurt: Gum owned by Mr. ami Mrs. Paul B^-e- well. 3id of St. Louis, performed superbly yesterday to win the title In the extra series of trials. There were seven dons of ihe original IB still m the running when the last day's trials began. Williams Defends Liohtweinht Title In Bout Tonight PHILADELPHIA. Dec. ». (yj'i— Ike Williams, with everything lo lose and very Illtle lo gain, defends his llshlwelght boxing cluimpionshlp tonight in n 15 rounder with chi- cnuo's Freddy Dawson. Williams Is risking his crown .igainsl ii guy In: already has licked twice in non-lUle engagements nnd for a shine of the cheapest priced title fight in recent years. Top price Tor the Phil Olassrnan sponsored bout Is Sli.50. Some 10.000 fans arc expected nt Convention Hall for the 0 p.m. «:ST> bell. In previous matches between the two contestants. Williams knocked nit Dawson In four and won a rtls- niled 10 round decision. Dawson earned a draw in an enrller 10 •minder. Willaims Is a 2 to 1 fa- 'orile for tonight's bnltlc. This may lie the lasl lime Wll- lams defends his lightweight laurels—win, lost or draw. The Trenton, N. J.. sockcr has bad lots of trouble getting down to Hie Kifi- pouncl wieghl limit In rcccnl bouls and may move up Into welterweight ranks. Burglars Call Police; At Victim's Request HAMMtma. Germany —MPi— m a northern German town a shopkeeper caught three burglars. He kept them covered with a toy pistol nnd made them cull In chorus- "Pollre." They were heard by some policemen on patrol and were arrested, reported the "Scbwacsblsche fllllstrlerte." PlH«ir »»»!„: The minTov ,p^v I "1^'' * Cii11 ^ '° revr " '" C CXaCl I AT ..-. . - i ''•*•. number of accidents or denihs lor Courier News Want Ads it out nf thi.'u on nttiucins or nentlls lor 11 out of the B-29 crewmen. Published account* nc numo. however, showed at least II u-2n 3 ' have been wrecked since mid-summer with 120 deaths. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING ADMISSION I'KICK ANYWKBRJ.M Monday, Deccmbo!"! '^"".unlnS L^.^N'""^ Kcw Starting Time 8:00 i!OX SKATS 15c KXTiu' 50 (Tax Included) TAG MATCH STOCKY KNEILSEN and PAT MURPHY CHRIS BELKAS Also Two 1-Fall 30-Minufe Matches Arc vim sa.lilicd with the rospimsiliility of planning n pnrly this holiday season? If you're perplexed about (he (|iian(ilies of wines and lit(iior s lo order, or the proper selection of cock (nils and lnn K drinks, we are ready lo help you. Ask for Mrs. Foster. .. she «ill lie pleased lo assist you. Liquor 106 North Broadway Store ph ot i« 2868 Porkers' Free-Throw Weakness Gives Aggies 43-41 Cage Victory nisht wil find them testin? Indiana at BloomingUm. Coach Presley Askew's cagers will he in Little Rock for a return crack at the Oklahoma Aggies Dec. , Ark., D"c. 5 M'j—Arkansas' fla«>i backs have some work to clo—especially at. Die free throw line — before starting .his week one of their most important Intel sectional basketball lours in history. The na/.orback.s seemed to be off for the races In flue style when they inaugurated Iheir Oklahoma Angle style of play by walloping Pitt.sbtirg, Kas,. Teachers MM, last Thursday night. It didn't matter that they missed 13 of their 21 charity losses In that one. and no "tie paid too much attention to the shortcoming. Then, wham! Arkansas ran Into the old masters of the style themselves, the oklahmoa Agsi'es. Saturday night. The Aggies took a 43-11 decision. True, it was a field Roal In the last ten seconds by Dale MaCar- Ihur that put the Aggies ahead to May. But. getting technical, Arkansas lost the game at the free throw line. The ra/orb.icks sank 15 field gonls to the AcKie.s' H. but missed half of their 22 free throws. The, AK«!CS. on the olher hand lilt 15 of 24. And free throws are especially Important to teams like Arkansas md A. ,t M. They play : , deliberate offense and lisht defense, nlileh makes a drastic etil In Hie number of field goals intido by themselves and their opponents. To I'luy L. S. II. The Porkers will go to Baton ouiiu for a Friday nlghl clash with Louisiana Sliite University. They'll move Into New Orleans to inco.l Tulane Saturday night. The following Wednesday. Dec. M. they'll take on Illinois at champaign. The next , ma Aggies Deo. The bristliest, light in the Porkers' first two games was Gerald Hiidspeth, sharp - shooting senior from St. Joe. He dumped In 17 points in each game to grab high tcorfng honur.l. Hob Ambler. Ihe star cento- of last year who reported for cage practice late after the football ea.'.on and didn't play against 'he Aggies may round into form Ihls week, nut another expected top hand, Walter Kearns, underv.-<-nt a knee operation last week and may be lost for the season. HmHiiwest conference teams generally took it on the chin Saturday nieja Texas was smashed hy Oklahoma, -18 - 65; Southwestern l/)iliMana humbled Rice, 42-^t>- and ilia;:] a beat Texas A. <*: M , 53-50. Texas Christian, however, came through with a 63-35 victory over f-.'iist Texas State. Arkansas' upcoming opponents fared well. Tiiliine heal Spring Flill, 8:<-iiii, lor its third In a row. and I-SU lost to powerful St Joseph's by only -i'MJl. Illinois licked 'ott Butler, 60-58. Student Is Killed KNOXVILLK. Tenii., Dec. 3. rAP) -•Itay Ne«] Jr., 23-year-old student employe at the University of Tennessee, was killed Saturday when his rented car crashed into the rear of a irallci-truck. Ncal was Irom Hermitage. Ark. From where I sit... Ay J oe Marsh A Good Pilot "Keeps His Feet on the Ground" Hitck Chillis flew for Hie Navy, mid after (lie war liouglit a light plane for crop.clusting. Now lie's got RIII.HUT one —for passengers nnd tnirry-u|i freiglil. Saw him at tlie Post Ofh'cc nnd remarked on liis fine record. Said he must be n crack pilot (o My nearly nil Hie time--in good wcnlher or in some not-so-good without ever an ncciilenL Uuck grinned. "Plenty of fellows Around are ns ex|icricnceil as I am at flying. Rut I don'l have accidents because I don't take clmiieos. I eiicnd more time checking ciit;inea nnd equipment limn I do in the fttr. lt'» one business where you just can't let things slirlc." from where 1 nil. I here's no business u-licre you can let things slide anil slill slay right up llu-re. Thai's why lllc tavern owners, like Duck, spend .1 [ni of time checking up — seeing to it |(,at beer is sold in the richl surroundings. 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