The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1949 · Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1949 Chicks, Squaws Divide With Dell-Paps Bow to Leachville Juniors 40-39 + — — L_ Blyfheville Boys Victors 35 fo 24 Coach Johnson's Girls Suffer Second Setback for Season By Genrje Clark Courier Neirs Sjinrls i.'dilor • Blylheville's chlckarows had beat off a 1; to salvage good Dell Bluejay team In the Chicks first cage game of the 101950 season at Dell la.st night. Gosnell Wins Two of Three Cage Games Gosnell High School's capers" won two out of three games from liur- rtclte last night in a tuple-header played in the Gosnell High School Gymnasium. CJosnell's senior boys and girls e's Chickn.aws had to teams while' the junior bo 's 1 I last period rally in order! 30-15. It was the first win of the a 35-24 victory over'a season for Ihe Burdctte juniors and the second loss for Gosnell, In the cirls' same Gosnell ivas ™ , . , victorious by a 23-19 score and '<n The game was tnc feature eve.it the scnlor b , OosnMl wo of a double-header between the two! 65-15. <-,o»nt!i won schools. In the first game Coach Donna Johnson's Blytheville Squaws dropped their second straight rieci- Burdelt sion, a 52-29 la^s to the Dell girls'j Gore f9) team. j Ijingley (12) '••• The Chicks, showing a definite rebound and set shot weakness, led all the way except for two briei •periods at the opening of the game • and In the third quarter but they The lineups: .luninr Game Pos. Gosnell P .... (2) Cook P. ... (71 Bevill C.... (2i H. Hyde G , . (21 B. Hyde Treece (1) IxNig (6) Hamilton <•> Substitution had lo call on a couple of long ones -. by forward Sonny Stires in the late minutes in order to pull the game out of the fire. The Bluejays missed shots too,. and plenty of them but Coach ' Charles Kennett's squad, which is composed almost entirely of sopho- -. mores and juniors, served notice to • other Class B teams of the county • that it is to be reckoned with by . any team that has its eyes on the • county title. B*rry Trails Chick Scores ; Floor play of both teams was loose and rather shabby at times and offensive play was ragged, as the low score indicates. The Chicks .. in particular, were off on their floor •• game but considering that it was ; 'their first showing of the season . and the fact that they have had only two weeks of practice, their 'game was well played. Chick center Jim Berry led both teams in scoring meshing a total of 13 points while Stires followed close behind with 11. Cook and Wade paced Dell with seven points each. In the girls* game, the Squaws Inexperience told off again as the , : . more seasoned Dell girls fast-broke • their way'with ease. The Squaws • were unable to cope with the Bule\ jaya' fast break which got faster as the game proceeded. Dell jumped Into the lead early and was never pushed too closely. The Bluejays led 11-8 at the end of . the first period, 35-14 at halfttme, and 43-24 at the end of the third quarter. Alexander of Do)! was high for both teams with a total of 24 ; polnU followed by Lucrcta Bunch of the Squaws with 20. Friday night the Chicks, Squaws and Papooses will go to Manila for • a triple-header with teams of Manila High School. The lineups: Girls' Game .. G . (2) D. Hyde is: liurriette — Whatley. Williams iiml Barber. Gojnoll— Ingram, McKay, Hodge, Bryant and "West. Pos. BIytheville (2!)) Dell (52) Dixon (10) Brown (4) . Walters (H) M. Blair ... Blankenship Moody ..... Substitutions: Dell — Alexander (24), Allen. Sheppard, Yelverton. Workman, and Tate. BIytheville — Hipp, and Hodge. Boys' Game F. F. . F. G. G. G. <4> Presncll (31 Phillips (20) Bunch Hale O'Dell Fou-ler B'theville (35) Pos. Stires (11) F. Wise (5) P. Berry (13) C. Reid G. Vance (6) G. Substitutions: Dell (241 (7l Wade (7) Cook . (5) Minyard Gosnell Caldwcl! Donncr Fletcher Kreech Gills' Game Pos. (4) F (7) Burdettc '51 Gore P(12) Warrington F. .. Lauderdatn G Lilies G Lloyd Substitutions: Gosnell—J. Lucius. Jones. Raspberry (1), McGee. Roberts, White. Ithoads nnrl M. Donner. Burdetle—Peterson (2). Senior Hoys Gosnell Ward (10) ... Flench (15) Gann (12) Emery (2) Hart (12) ..,'.. Substitutions: '2). Lucius 121 (2). Raspberry Pos. .P.. . P ,. . C. G.. Burdette (10) Eubanks 1 .... Duncan i .. . Daniels I (1) S. Young G .(4) D. Yomi Gosnell — Ingrain Lewis let, Brown . 121, Ledbeltcr (21. Biirdctte — strombauRh. O'Neal, Thornton. Perkins, Crosfcno. Steele Cops Pair In Doubleheader With Braggadocio STEELE. Mo.. Dec. 7—Cage teails of Steete High School capped « pair of games from Braggadocio last night with the girls team winning 34-22 and the boys victorious by a narrow 36-34 margin. It was the first meeting of .the year for the two schools and the second home performance of the Steele teams. In the girls' game. p. Burton led Steele with 14 points while Blaylock paced Braggadocio wilh Ihe same number. In the boys' game. Cecil nncl L. Bishop led Steele with 10 each and Blaylock was high for Braggadocio with IB. The lineups: Boys' Game n-, .UJ- Haney. Billy Middleton. Standing Pat Burks, coach. K. I, Moore. Robert White. Bobbv S-mm Kenneth s.anby and Larry IjlU7 . coach. Members o, L«,, g e Team-seated Heft to righ.i-Fred f ames Thorn. Kneeling-James Tremaln. Don Ccleman, Mickey Shelton. Krank- Sparks. Standing- -Sonny Martin, coach Billv Hurt ald Webb and Wavne Burnham co.ch ' aekie lh ompsoi, David Holt. Mickey Shiv.ey. Ja dte Akers. Rodney Adk«on. Mickey Shelton. Kr . Gene Pc.,n. Eugene Stephenson. Curtis Perry, Anthony Wheat. Dona Steele Cecil (10) J. Franklin (9) C. Franklin (7) Braggadocio Pos. ! F... 13) Gallchcr P C DeBakey (3i Crowe L. Bishop (10) .. G.. (16) Blaylock LRmb G... (121 Burton Substitutions: Steele — ci-.-istlnn Braggadocio—C. Wells. Girls' Game Stetle P. Barton (14) Mathenla <3i . Christian (9| •Thompson (2) Healhcock Anderson Pos. . F. F . F .. G... G... Braegadodo 17 on Pap Squad Named by Coach For 1949 Honors Coach Earl Stabler of junior higl. . Papoose ye.sterdny announced the! names of 17 members of the Paps'j 19-59 footbal) squad who are eligible for football awards. Leaders Lose As Handicap h Bowling Starts ** 11 starters, le six reserves and one student manager. They will receive rnonogrammcrj Jackets as fiwards. Plaj'iiiE the required number of quartern were Monlroe Holland. Donald Gentry. Benny Hays. George Skelton. Charles Shepherd. M. L. Criner. Quincy tlodgc. Leon Prlvett. John O'Biien. Norman Bralcher ....„ .Ralph Snider. Trim Muslry. A. j' (51 Sides :fla "- l!o11 Childers. Guy Swift, and *) Also played forward. Substitutions: Steele . (ai J. Scott (11) Blaylock Reeves A. Tilmon E. Tilmon Kelly Jrines. The student manager to receive an award jacket Is Douglas Graham. Of (hc 17 squad members eligible for awards eight will Join the senior team next year while nine will be &<>* GIFT OR GUEST OLDFITZGEMD w ; ^ n 8 a )' holiday wrap Say "Season's Greeting" with Kentucky's first choice! The. malclilces llavor of one bonded bonr- hon—alow-distilled and oak-ripened on the same iradilional family recipe 6 inc« 1870—liridgcs llie subtle but appreciated difference )iciwc.-n "good" and"best."ScrveRn<Uend tlic favorite of hourlion- j vise Kcntuckians—OLD FJT/.GERAI.D. Your gucets and friends deserve no less. Dtllrlbattd bj MOON IHSTRIBljTING CO tittle Kock Ark«ni»» »CKY STRAIGHT 80UR80H WHISKEY . ,00 HOO, . 6ONDIO Cogers of Hayti Book 13 Games For 1949 Season HAYTI, Mo., Dsc. 7—Hayti basketball Coach J. M. Harmon has All of the leaders in the Tuesdav i announced a 13 game schedule for Night Bowlini; League suffered de- : ihc MM-50 Indian cager.s. who op- der way. action last • in the circuit got season at Warrirll last Jaycees to Enter Upset Bowl Tonight for Their 1949 Tilt Warded Defeats Hayti Boys, Girls Basketball Teams HAYTI. Mo.. Dec. 1—Hayti High School opened its basketball season with a double loss to Warden la.st By A. A. Fredrickson Courier News Staff Writer The BIytheville Jaycees' goon squad will girdle their loins tonight and plunge headlong and headstrong into battle with the graduating Chicks at Haley Field In the "Upset Howl" grid classic. The confusion will commence at 8 o'clock. Although it is believed the Jaycec there was b ccn clot, silence from ' 31 and the boys lost 28-22. Both: had dribbled out as to I e no»ible games were played at Wanlell. I j.,ycec line-up possioie in the girts; game Warden came, in „ word, there's no telling what from behind in the last half to do kind of team that club will field the damage. H.iyti led 13-18 at the | on the other hand the Chick intermission. In the boys' game,: seniors' squad Is expected to be Hayll trailed 17-9 at halftime. loaded with Individuals such as let- Phelon scored 10 points to Icart tcrmen J. A. Lloyd, Buddy Donncr the Hayti girls and Gilbow paced 11 '-"'" "~" --• - the boys wilh 11 points. The lineuix 1 ;: Girls Game Warden Bullock 16) Ring 114) . Evans Harris Spears (12). Gills Pos. . F. . P. . . P. . . G. . . G. . G. .. 161 Walts Gentry. <8j Dewcesc <10) Phelon Ellis Row-ell Cecil : Wanlell—McGrary Rdwarils. Hoxworlli. Hnyti—Girtdings i7i. Bayinen, Jones Williams. IJovs Ciattir Warciel! Pos. Hayti Winkler 19) ... P. Till (3( P. I'.avvks 141 C. McCullock n>. O. (1) Pendci »rass i Gaither (2) ... G Brown Substitutions: Wrmiell—Hawkins. Hayti—Notgrass. Wliitc, Bush, Mas- tcrson and Wickham. Hall. Max Gurley. Carl Bean, Jim Berry, Coleman ' Borowsky. Jim Garner and Roger Lum Bolstering this line-up are such possibles as E. B. Gee, Jr.. Benny Larry Daniels and Gary Jilycee Coach and Playing Mnna- ser Eddie (Crazy Legs) "saliba and Co-Captains M.-iyficld (Sunshine) I.loyd and Jack (Ten Percenter) Rawlings are taking no chances on fasnecl-out players during Ihe "ante They have arranced for ref'esh- nients to be served th Winner Decided In Extra Period Blythevilfe Juniors Falter to Give Lions One-Point Victory BIytheville Junior High's Pap . coses -, went down In defeat last night, bowing to a strong Leach ville junior team 40-39 i n a Mirlllu-- that was highlighted by en ovczV time period that was needed to set- Tlie game was a nip anrt tuck affair that saw the? final quarter end with the score deadlocked at, 36-36 necessitating an extra three- minute period. It was In this extra period that the Paps faltered. Trailing most of the way t ne Paps came to life in the fourth quarter to move up on the Juni Lions and • "• (GI -MtCrary j ]la(llr(1 of ' thMC A,' 1 ' ?"•".!« >'«"»»-'• »>»-cli<' The Flyers grabbed two out of three from Mead's in the lirst con- ! .',"'!.'„' test with Bob CuJHson pacing the. m ^,, s Flyers ivith an average of 160 uins. i oned their mt'ht. Coach Harmon pointed out that the schedule brings or.e of Mis- .-:o-iri's top teams to Hayii'p i-yin- December wh?n Pu>:lco ! \Vrizht Indians. ! Speight Shawnee Caoers Split Twin Bill With W. Memphis JOINER. Dee. 7 — Shawnee High School's basketball teams opened their 1919-50 season last night by dividing a double-header wilh West Memphis leains. The games were played in Wesl Memphis. In the girls' game. West Memphis was victorious by a 36-26 margin while Shawnee won the bovs' same 46-31. In the girls' game West Memphis came from behind in the third quarter to move ahead to stav. White led West Memphis with 17 points and Smith led Shawnee with nine. In the 'boys' <?ame Shawnee was paced by guard Johnnv Harrison with 14 points and Braslicld led West Memphis with 12. Thursday night Shawnee teams go to Turrell for their second games of the season. The lineups: Girh' Game West Memphis Pos. Shawnee Parker 114. White '17) Davis" 15, Hamlet the Dr. Jarne.s Guard was high for Mead's with a 183 average. The Coca Cola Puxico. Coach Harmon said, ha.i been ranked high in the state for Bottler; took two to^f on^of^ ?££ £™ (9 > Smith Tinslcy .. '7i Drewery .. L- Harrison Ashburn '4i Hcusaman' forward rn- state this year. Tlie schedule: December—9. Dec-ring out of three from the Knights of Columbus with Pierce bowling s 149 average to lead the Bottlers and J. Kitlany high for K. of C. wilh 155. Salibi's Cafe live defeated Ihc-1 Wradeli; 16. PuxFco" lT\t"coote'r- stla ' i ' neE Van Patten AAA team two out o: 20. Steele: 24, at Ca'rutlicrsville: 27''"'""'"" _. 16. at Arbyrcl: 20. Brageadocla. Jajniarv—3 'Caruthersvillc; 10, Br.igg City; F. ... P. ... F. .. G. .. G ... G. (. i Also plavcd Substitutions: West Memphis — Adler, Hollenbcck, Cumberland. LanrJrum. Treese. Garcy. Cheek. Epline Manchester and Billiard Shawnee —-Shannon. McFatritl<<e '3). Terry (3). Dresbach, laRue and B. Harrison. Boys' Game three. W. Hall was high for the Cat five with a 1S4 average and Hank Yoder paced Van Patten with 164. Feinbergs won two out of three Holland. February—.1, at Senath. th Cole high for the wieners with 158 average and W. Prazier high Irom the Hot Shots in Ihe tin-.i! .set.l lor ihe lasers with a 169 Pos. West Memphis ~ ..(4) Floyd '2.' nemuth 41 McKnighl 12i Brasfield .. - (3) Sheeks Substitutions: Sha'-vnee Has(6), Adams (4i, Faulk. Lorue, Higgins (12) .. F. Robertson (3) F Welch (I) c. J Harrison (Hi G. Housaman (6) G kett e Jaycce players between quarters, at halftlme nnd (luring time-outs. There hns been some nasty rumor as to the refreshments, but inble source said to- uay it "nin't so." The Ju2s, he said contain plasma and adrenalin Me.-imvhilc. bidders were madly npping Ihe ante in an effort to win the splints and band-aid concession Late yesterday afternoon, a Notre Dame scout who has been trying to pierce the iron cilrlatn about the Jiiycee training camp said this club is banking on a heavily re-inforcetl platoon system to offset, the Chicks' advantage of knowing how to plav football. " ' This scout, who asked not to be quoted because he It wanted by authorities at SMU. said the Jay . sonad will consist ol approxi four imately platoons—one offensive, one defensive and two of stretcher bearers. Four BIytheville physicians have volunteered to work the game on a cost-plus basis. By late today, odds on the outcome had jumped and were on a level with those being given on the number of atom-bombs Stalin has and the outcome of the 1059 rice crop in Northern China. One bookie was giving healthy odds on RII eleven-nothing basis for the Jaycees—eleven men on the team anrt nothing much In the of a score. way * Huhhard Independents Defeat Jonesboro Team Hie Hubbard Independents of BIytheville defeated an independent team from Arkansas Slate College Jonesboro 44-24 Ihe Armory last night. game at . Jones of BIytheville was h!»h for the night witli 15 points while Wilson led State with eight. Scientists Go Gypsy; Reading Orange Leaves RIVERSIDE. Calif. M>)_They are "reading" orange leaves here, but not the way a fortune teller scans tea leaves. University of California chemists grind up orange leaves and analyze them to sec what the plant Snlccr and Speck. West Memphis _ Harbour (2), ~ Secor, Green Carey (4), and Knox. Porter, score became fed in the wanir 1 ! minutes of llv £/•),,. . Most of the scoring in the contest was done In the fourth period '•- finally found when both teams themselves after a slow first half. Montroe Holland, the Paps' bi" center, saved Uie day for Coach Earl Stabler': juniors by meshing 21 points to lead both teams in scorlne. Jones led Leachville with 18 tallies. It was Ihe first loss of the season for the Paps against one victory They won a close decision troni Luxora In their first game of the season last week. The lineups: Leachville Kennett (2) .. «> " 8 > ( 3> ' 3 > substitutions: p*s. . K F . . C .. G C. Blvtheville , 5) Hav « . (7) Gentry (21) Holand (4) O'Brien (2) Childers Leachville — Dirst and Adams (2). BIytheville — (3) Langley. Dyess Boys Win Basketball Game From Keiser 36-10 KEISER, Dec. 7—Keiser and Dyess cage teams divided a doubleheader here last night with the Keiser girls winning 46-19 and the Dyess boys victorious 36-10. In the girls' game Dairl led Keiser with 17 points and Cannichael paced the visitors with seven, in the boys' game Criswell led Dyess with 15 points. The lineups: Girls' Game Keiser Po5 . D Johnson (0) .... F (6) Young Dalr ' <"> F.(7) Cannichael * m °f < 1( » F -. (2) Bradley cT ! Irde S' G Clark- Brock G MillT Willinms C...'.'.'.'.'o. Claf Substitutions: Keiser—Clark (t) DeLancy (4). Crews (8). Paulk Poag. Camp and Waltrip. Dyess— Johnson. Hargraves (2), Milter s^4 Cash. Dyess Ftirr ( Criswell (15) .. Humphries (5) Substitutions Boys' Game Pos. Keiser F , (1) Kennedy F. . (1) Anderson C .(1) Felts G .. . (2) Bullion G fl) Pace Francis. Dyess — Cox. nollingsworlh, Appling, and McAfee. Keiser—Mobley (1), Ashley. Smith, Green (2), Parrish and Childs. needs In the way of food. "You are about to meet a tall, handsome bag of fertilizer," Is the forecast for an orange tree that shows it's hungry by what is lacking in its leaves. THIS DRINK Bi dweiser FOR FIVE DAYS On the sixth day drink another brand of beer You'H want the distinctive taste of Budweiser thereafter Million! of people Ihroughoul Amarico made BUDWEISER llmlr Hfelong choice nflc; making this 5-day | cs |. 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