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FRIDAY, DECEMBER », 1949 ^1 • I |% (• >t| ' ' ~~ • - PAGE SBVEK thicks, Paps, Squaws Play Manila Tonight-Minors Vote to Keep Bonus Rule \0ninrt ^alinn *~ : ~ ;~^7T—TT^^rr-— _ ~ •^uiv Seniors Seeking Second Victory and bas- Girls to Go After Initial Win; Paps Have Record of 1-1 BlythevilleV three prep , teams, me chicks, Squaws Papooses, will continue (heir oas- Kctuall warfare tonight when they tangle , v iih teams of Manila High School in a triple-bill on the Manila coui t. This will he Ihe Chick'.'; second game of the season and the third for the p aps all(l squaws. The Chicks will be after their second straight victory having defeated '>'! In their opener Tuesday night. The Squaws will be alter their first win having lost to both Luxora and Dell In i/.vo previous outings and tiie Paps will be looking for win NO. 2 with a victory and a defeat in their first two games. Tonight's first game i.s set for 0:30 and will nit the Paps against the Manila Junior Cubs. The second game, which i.s scheduled for T-30. will send Ihe Squaws against the Lionesses with the Chicks and Coach j. p. Adkins' Lions meeting In the feature game. The Lions are considerably weaker than they were last year and have lost their first four games this season. Conch Adkins' team has dropped decisions to Cooter, Mo.. Gosnell, Monette and Luxora in that order. Lionesses Favored The Lionesses, however, boast a 2-2 record having won over Cooter and Gosnell and to Mouette and Luxora. They will be favored over the Squaws tonight. Coach .lames Fisher spent most of the week trying to iron out the rough spots in his squad which were brought out In the Dell game I liurdelte Tuesday night. His squad lacks Trumann Cage Teams Tonight Coach Conrad Garner's Osccola High School cagers. delayed by an extra long football season duo to the state playoffs, will open their 1949-30 basketball season tonight asainst teams ol Trumann High School In a double-header at Trumann. Coach Garner yesterday announced tiie completion ol a IB- Same schedule for his learns that will close March 3 at Burdctte. The schedule includes games with some ol Ihe v.romjest Class B teams in District Three and two Class A teams. Trninami and Marked Tree. Absent from Ihe Seinlnnlcs' schedule are two lung-lime opponents, the Blyiheville Chicks and Ihe Dyess Eagles. Coach Garner said that he was unable lo get games with either tram. For a number ol ve.irs Oscrola opened ils season "with Blytheville. The Seminoles are expected to be one of the .strongest H teams In (he district this year. Their roster •Mil oe bolstered by the five members of Oseeola p s junior team which went t<. the slate tournament last year, and they will be joined by veterans from last year's squad. Thr Seminoles schedule: Dec. 13—Open; Dec. 1C—Trtimann at O.sccola; Dec. 20—Dell at Osceola: Jan. 6—Shawnee at Joiner; Jan. 10—Luxora at Oscco'.a; Jan' 13—Marked Tree at Marked Tree; Jan. 17—Open: Jan. 20 Reiser at Osccola: Jan. 21 Wilson at Wilson; Jan. 27—Lnxora at Luxora: Jan. 31 height but makes up for its. size in speed. i. Likely starters for the Chicks to- J%jight will be Sonny Stires and 'Charles Ray Wise at forwards, Captain Jim Berry at center and Co- Captain Dick Reid and Ted Vance at Guards. Coach Ear] Stabler has been running his junior tribe through rough paces this week in an effort to work out a few kinks and should have his starters at lull strength for tonight's game. The Paps' biggest weakness in their first two games were slow starts and lack of distribution in scoring. The Paps claim victory over the Luxora juniors but lost Tuesday night to Lcachville in an overtime period. Pritchard to Play With Razorbacks In 1950 Season FAYETTBVII.LE. Ark., Dec. 9— (.'Pi—The University or Arkansas' 1950 football prospects looked brighter today. 4 Veteran halfback Ross Pritchartl— fast, elusive ball carrier nnd sure- lingered pass receiver—announced last night he will be back with the Razorbacks next season. He could graduate next spring. But a broken leg kept him from playing his final season this year, and he decided to delay acceptance of his degree so that he could complete his cligibitty. Pritcbard k expected lo run with the track team in the spring, lie Is a sprinter. And doctors snv he may be able to take part in spring football drills. Hell at Dell: Feb. 3—Kctscr at Keiser: f'eh. 7—Wilson at Osccola; Feb. 10— Marked Tree at Osccnta; Feb. 14—Shawnee at Osceolnl Feb. 17—Bnrdette at Osccola: March 3 at Burdctte. In of «-WC «'<j| Meet To^ay Bud Wilkinson Of Oklahoma is Coach of Year NEW YORK., Dec. 9 (>7-y- Clmr- les i Bud i Wilkinson, who led the Oklahoma Scioncrs through an unbeaten football season, today was named IM9 "coach of the 'year" by the New York World-Telegram and other Scripps-Itoward newspapers. A nationwide poll was conducted with the cooperation of the American Football Coaches Associa- l^ion and. in the 15th annual ballot. 'Wilkinson drew 102 first place votes. Next was Lynn Waldorf of California, with C9 votes, followed by Notre Dame's Frank Leahy with Wilkinson was named for first, second or third place.on 193 of the 382 ballots returned. On a point total. 5-3.! tasis he SC1WC(I , 35 Points Bt Waldorf's 543. nie Oklahoma mentor last year finished i n , tie for seventh when Benny Oostcrbaan of Michigan won top honors. Wilkinson has ben a head conch- DALLAS. Dec. 9. Wi— Four college athletic conferences onen winter meetings it: Dallas loday with everything from rouah tootball lo exnansion on the agenda. The Southwest Conference coaches, athletic directors and busmen; managers get together this afternoon. Tonight, the faculty committee, governing untly of the circuit, holrts its first session. The wind-up will be tomorrow morning. Conference officials ronortod a short list of topics up for discussion hut the meeting could become quite heated with a couple of things due to be considered. One is (he prolcst of Dutch Meyer. Texas Christian University coach, over rough play by Arkansas In their football game last fall. Meyer charged too manv Illegal uses of the hands and arms and filed an official protest with .lames H Stewart, secretary of the conference Another .subject that could bring , ••"vorks is the officiating silua- on. The coaches got together and ' made out a list of officials to be used in conference games. Only those getting unanimous vote were assigned to the games. It excluded some of the be.sl known officials in the oushicss. The Officials Association has promised to take the thing up with the conference. Other conferences to hold meetings are the Lone Star, Gulf Coast and Texas Conferences and the Southwestern Junior College Conference. .MANILA <;,«[, CAGMKS-Shown above are the .Manila Hi,h School Sports Little Rock JC Favored to Win Rose Bowl Tilt PASADENA/ Calif., Dec. 9— liTi— The fourth annual Little Rose Howl tootball game unfolds in Pasadena's iHiiicci s^nikoii bfitile pit tomorrow l *~" •-'••*r> >" •-<••" <>'ij u-.i- with Little Rock Junior C<il!c°e lav- i M " 5neti "raves, we think the Hos- ~ J •- • ' ton manager should qualify for the NEW YORK. nee. !). iVPi— If ly Southworth doesn't change miurt about refusing to sell any d:< ored to trim Santa Ana Juniot College before 50,000 or inure patrons. This little brother to the til" Ro.se Bowl classic has produced some elegant football, an tomorrow's contest promises (o be one of the most Interesting in the scries. The game is billet! as a duel between ontstumting teams of the east and west, but so fur die east has failed to hit the victory note, what with Kilgore. Tex, Cameron, Okla., Aggies and Duluth' Minn., falling before California Jayeee elevens. Little Rock's Trojans, by the solemn, drawling promise ol able Coach Jimmy Karam. will end the western domination tomorrow. Karam promised that his team would score u minimum tif five touchdowns. At first Karam said Santa .Ana might earn 100 yards. Later, more generous, he said they miaht even score 13 points. But no :uo:e Only one Icain, Arkansas State "most Intestinal fortitude" award. Billy may be a stern taskmaster. State Grid Titles At Stake Tonight DeQueen and Stuttgart Play at Little Rock; B Game at Jonesboro LI'ITLB ROCK. Dec. 9. <AP) — Aik.insas 1 highest .scoring high school football player and lour ol his nearest rivals will help provide Hie thrills In tonight's final playoff games. The lop point-maker, Billy Pickens will lead the DcQuecn Leopards against Sttitlgarl'.s Rlcebhds In the Class A final nt War Memorial stadium here. The fleet, hard-rmining Leopard back ran up 19B points dur Ing the regular season. Hut he'll have two stars. Instead of one. (o Iry to oulscore. Maiuslnys of undefeated, untied Stuttgart's backlleld are Ray Hcflcy and Billy Newton, who have tallied 120 and "0 points, icspectlvely. More lads who have penchants lor points will be In action nt Jones- br;ro, where I'ocahontas and Lake Village will tangle for (he Class n championship. In Lamm Mclian, w-ho liajs ac- cotinled for 133 polnU, the defending champion Ucavets ol Lake Village have a young man considered by many college latent scotlU to be the best back In the slate. A worthy rival Is Billy Tcmplelon ol Pocahontas, with 120 points lo his credit, prl r lo the ixxstsciuion playolfs. The two games stack up lalrly well as even aftair.s. but pa.sl performances ol all point lo plenty of scoring. Like Sltitgarl. I'ocahontas hasn't been beaten or tied on the field of JOINER, Dec. 0 Slum-lice's Jim- I' 1|1 J' but lortellcd a game. DcQuecn °r hoys ami girls' basketball tennis j llas 1(Kt twice and been tied once :. I solit a double-header with Junior! m »s tough a .schedule as any class teams of Luxora at the Shawn ! • '-- • • - - Hteh School cym here last night. ' ''''''' [Luxora Junior |Boys Defeat Shav/nee Five 3 Teams Win In First 'Y Loop Games Wakefield Service Station. Hubbard Hardware and Blyiheville Motor Company emerged victorious from first games In Ihe Hly'hc- vlllo Y's City Basketball league at the Armory In.st night. Wnkcfield defeated the Farmers Bank live 40-18 in tiio ih-.st game, Hubbfnd Hardware won over Holland 48-30 In (he second and Hlv- thevllle Motor pasted Steelc 43-31 In Ihe third game. League games are to be played every Tmir.sday mght with the league season ending Jan. 12. Lineups: l-'irsl Came Wakefield Lilies (13) Duclas (10) .... Penrce f.'libanks Cheathnm (81 . Substitutions: Wakefield (2), and Merrill, dinners liaiik-^ Hyde (2), Crowe (2i. and Johnson. Second flame Farmer* H;ink .. (-1) Johnson ... (31 Crarlpy .. "2> Heavers (!) Elaughman (3) Stiles •Slorey. guy has to becaii.se he believes keep working hard to be a big! leaguer. . . . But he also learned ' the haul wa> that 'a manager should understand his men—indi- vidtiaily-atid do Irs best (o satisfy their whims. . . . Any guys who'd 'iivolt" against that kind of deal must be really hard to handle. . U'rt vo' know that Nate Dolan, one of the Cleveland Indians* new stockholders, is Ihe gent who ran tne box olfice at the Cleveland Arena for years and used to make Hie ice shi'w excursion trains with a pocket full of pasteboards?. . . I Darrcl! Royal. Oklahoma quarter- | back pi.died 10 forward passes in a row in 1918 and 1D-I9 between interceptions. The girls we: 19-11 score and victorious by the Luxora boys A team played. Lake Villase has loll two of 12 stniU d by 15-13 in a Ihree-'mimilc ! ovei-l.-mc period. . . ••• The regulation b»ys game ended with the score tied 11-11 and In the overtime Luxora scored two field goals to otic for Shawnee. Welch led the Shaunre flrls to victory with ( .| R ht poinis. Sc.xlon paced Luxorn with four i n Ul[ . bnvs' game. B. Talc ol t.nxora was high with nine minis and Adams led .Shawnee with lour. The lineims: Oirls' (lame PCS. F Morale Victory Noirlc West. U. of California pub- licitor. relays this one about Len Jones, who obviously enjovs plavinq defensive tackle on P.ipny Wai- 'l-.rfs team . . Late in the.Ra.nc i Shawnee Shannon Housatnnn Welch (81 Reasley Elrhd P. Shirley . (4) I.uxora 2> Walker <4) 'Scxlxin . Howard . Heath Men Iman D. Clark Substitutions: Shawnee—C Shirley and Miller, l.uxcira—Sniltli (2) Pctly (3) and Lewis. Hoys' Game , „ "™ n " c Six Church Cage Teams To See Action Tomorrow Play in the Blytheville Y's Church School Basketball Len«ite will get underway tomorrow morn- l!f.i ». t .'"' ce gi " ni>5 lo bc flayed in (he Hlytheville High School gym Meeting in the first game will be the \arbro Baptists and the Blytheville- Lutherans. In the second game a team from the First Methodist Cluirch will ,,, CC |, a leam frmn {^ Lake Street Methodist »•"! »hc First Christian Church, and in the third game First Baptists will piny team nom the Y.irbro and Promised Land Methodist Churches. (l i m -r'f 1 E " mc is ^lieduled for J a.m. Ihe program is tinder the supervision of Coach James Fisher of Blytheville High School, Many or the Iliings thaTare call- erf pumpkins are really squashes Teachers, held Little Rock to less" I against UCLA, the srinnin-. „„,,,.-, than five touchdowns, not team ! slammed his way past a Bruin line- within (wo touchdnivns of I iirin. whom he had bounced around i tin- picking years, all at Oklahoma ' only thre - >™sU s since dropping their UMB opener to Santa Clara. Alter thit c«K' th ^ "°" '" '" " '"\' ,,rl r ;!" Bnr Bowl victor - v ov " Aort h Carolina, and added 10 trt- mnphs this year. Thc v return „ s!ate BOWl ngai " St Louisian » them and they rolled u;i !,'iO points lo 125 ill uinning 10 stniignt games Saut Ana's coach, quiet, mure reserved Bill Cook, apparently hasn't shuddered in fear r.t these figures. His team this year won nine, tied one and scored '.".8 points to opiKments' 10-1. Rival stars appear r<> be Little Rock's Harold 'Tiger) Waggoner, described as the nation's top scorer with 28 touchdowns and 1C8 points, a ISO-pound spedster who averaged IG yards per carry; aiitl Santa Ana's Al (Iloagyj ' Carmichael. w-hom Cook calls "'lhe darndest guy lo break up a ball game I've had in 23 years ol coaching at Santa Ana." Both lines average around 2»_'. lhe backs around 180. R. Tain (11 Gentry Substitutions: and Felts. Shawnee Mi Adams '3) Jenkins 111 H. ].'cl|.s <.?) C'olhr I2i Ralph Shawnee— Brewer To Hart Foils 11 Kentucky Derby To be Run May 6; Purse to be Same LOUISVILLE, Kv., Dec. The 1U50 Kentucky Oerbv be held May 6. tho traditional first Saturday In May, chunrchill Downs directors.decided at a meeting ves- leiday. The date Is subject to the approval o[ the Kentucky Racine Commission. The directors, meeting with their new president., niil Coruni. also decided that next year's derby again will carry n $100.000 added purse. The directors said thev decided against following a nation-w ulc trend o; pm-.se reductions. all afternoon, and grabbed iinr. . . The UCI.A eny. himself up painfully, told Lcn: "I di'Yt care how hard von hit me. hut do you have to keep smiling while you're doing it. You're ruining my morale." S|ilirlsrncnlii>n S'oci Berra. Ibr Yanks catcher. and Freddie Hoffman, Browns coach, are steadv rooters for the f" Louis basketball Hombers. . Pulling a switch on Ariolph Rnnp. who 'rails Bradley the best eolletre ( Iwskctbill team this year. Tiilanc's ] Cliff Wells is sold to have tabbed ! Aclolplrs Kenluckv sophomores as i uuys who'll eventually make 'em i forgot Gro/a. Beard 'and Co. . Wonder if that means Cliff is houc- flll of k-.ncking off the Wildcats? Vitlarova's hopes of building its own stadium Rot on the main hoc received a rude setback when the Wildcats ditln'l eel the Sugar Bowl h!cf after being kept on edee several days. . After seeing what happened to Pal Valentino, Lre Oma "'<' Audette. Columbia- center — derided he wants no part of an ex- I w 'all Grotlnms. Notre I)ai,. r - bark hibllion vs. Joe Louis which is an I -f'ldic Price. Tuliinc KinM sitkol exhibition of good sense. and laiiv Com re. Notre I) ;t mr- and! Arnold (iallffii. Armv. Onc-Armed High School Grid Star is Listed As Basketball Starter NORTHAMPTON. Muss,, Dec 0 'API — when Northampton Hi»li School opens Its basketball .season tonighl, one-iirmed Bobby Finn will be on the lirst team. Dobby has been playing basketball since he WHS able lo hold one in his hand. His left arm was amputated when he was seven after an accident. ., ^ ^^ The 10-year old 180-pound Junlo signed has been revoked within tlve finished up the football season Ins ' ' month as a first string center. ANNAPOLIS. Md. Dfr !) l.Ti — Notre Daine-btH not All American L..-OII Mart- -(loininnicd Navy's all- opponent team announced loday The giant Irish end, who received. the Herman Trophy this week as | Larry oiitstandnu; collegiate pricldor of the agent 5'ca-. rated "honorable mention" but •"'thing liiiire. InMcnd. the Midil es chose Army's Dan l-'olduert! and Wisconsin's Hob WiJ«,n as the best cuds they faced all year. Oihers natntd were: l!ir:kles-Jlm Iviai'iin, Nolj!- Dame., and Holland Donali. rrincr-lnn: Ktlards — Jnhn Schwetier. Pennsylvania, ami Gerald Hollywood l-oiilintirtl froni Cage 6 "My Koollbli Heart" to gel In th Academy running. He's convlncet Susan Haywanl can win an Osca. for her performance. 1'clcr l.avvfiml, whu Is In Chicago, found a wallet ulth §10 In II. He saw a en;> across Uic street, missed nml handed II !„ },| m . fViri lianilril lihn a llckd fur jay- u'.ilkliiK. I'htr 5::. Hnncsly jiaysT Explanation riept.: nine Crosby's two brothers. Lar ry and Everett, handle his bus! lies-; affairs. Says Larry: "Evcrel is Ulng's agent. I'm Everett's agent. Dut when Everett was a guest on Ding's all-show, he refused to paj Larry the usual 10 per cent com mission, claiming he could hav landed the Job without Larry. Now Is threatening lo get Kramer Wins Again BUFFALO. N.Y.. Dec. fi. (AI>) — Jack Kramer added another victory over Pancln Oon^ales to his Mrmg la.sl night, winning, 8-4. 6-3. Kramer RENT A CAR Drivr Anyu-hrrr Vnu Plrasc Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 Kentucky's fir, est Straight B ha; FOR SALE '-.'oru-n-lt culverts 12 inch main ,,i rcenlti Cornrrl, Iliulrlint it|,, el Uian limitir; lui l>:ir IS inch u> rred M,t r ii, chi-ap ni cli:.-kpn iiii. hou!.r» Irnanl i si. cits iv> tlrllvet leer cstlmatr OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO A Tip For Hunters lly Stock THAT BIRD? SITTING ON A TELEPHONE: CALL AMD SHOOTING AT HIM MAY BREAK OH PAMACE ATELEPHOME WIRE THIS 1 MAY MEAN AN IMPORTANT TELEPHONE CALL 19 INTERRUPTED THAT'? vwYwt SAY.- f>LEASE DO NOT SHOOT AT BIRDS ON TELEPHONE WIRES Oft POLES THANK YOU Schoolboy Rule Also is Clarified Backers of Repeal Move Defeated in' Balloting Yesterday I!y .loe Ketchlcr HALTIMOHK, nee. 9-W>,—The failure of the minor leagues to wipe out the bonus rule affects 38 tjonus players oti major league rosters representing a total outlay of some 5800,000. Added to this si/eahle bundle are 185 bonus-tagged minor league players to increase the total ex- pemliture to well above Ihe million mark, n is small wonder then Ihe ".stuck major league club owners went nil out to tiilch baseball's most controversial law. I wiling the fight lor repeal at the minor league's annual convoi- lion yesterday was Hob Carpenter president of Ihe Philadelphia Phili, who owtis more bonus players than any other c.lub. The staunchi t •supporters of the rule were Warrc-n Giles, president of tho Cincinnati Reds, Pred SaiRh. owner of the St. Louis Cardinal!) and Bill DcWItt. Jie.-id i,l the St. Louis Browns. Needing 45 assenting voles of the 59 leagues, or three-fourths, the piopusal lo repeal the rule got only 32 "yes" vote.s. There were 2(1 "no" voles and one league abstained. As a result, the bonus rule is here to stay-at least for anolher year. Players Are, l-'ro/en Among the higher priced players "frown" in the big leagues are catcher Frank House, Detroit ($72,0110); iiilehcr Johnny Antonelll Hoslou liravcs ($155,000): pitcher Cent Simmons, Phillies ($lio,000); pitcher Frank Qultln, Boston Tied Sox 1850.111)0); pitcher . Paul Hln- richs, Nc w York Yankees ($50000); and outfielder Jackie Jensen. Yankees It 15.000). Such iimni.1 nJaycrs- cannot, be farmed out unless nobody claims him for tiie waiver price, which varies from Cl 0.000 In the majors to $100 In class D leagues. He Is subject lo unrestricted draft by clubs of higher classification as long ns lie slays In the minors. The minor leagues also clarlrled yesterday the much-debated high school rule. Under the old wording, a player could bc signed by a professional lent only "when his claw graduates." The leagues nailed the whole thing down by adopting unanl- .'cars last past; and that tlie'unili'r- j """'sly an amendment setting forth jlgnert has never been convicted of Ulnt n tj " v can be signed only violating Ihe law.-, of tills state, or tcr ', lis " ori R'"al class" graduates any 'other state, relative lo Ihe mle of alcoholic IUHJOIS. Application Is for permit to be Is- ilied for operation beginning on t| u . i'Oi. .. F.. . F. .. C. . Ci. Httbbard Gay (13) . Bacr (15) Jones (1C) Armstrong nislcy (1) r Sulxslltntlon.s: H). Holland—Joi wood. Third (lame lily'villc Moloi PIS. A. Dttclas (I0> . F Rake.straw Ml Holland '20i Rogers |5) Reagon . (3i Hester Walker . ... (71 Coleman Hubbard —CileMon es "i) and Oatc- Mehnrg (2.1) .. c. Johnson (4) Sleele 'I) uluell .... <fl' liiirden 12) Billion ... (2l Uiishing f2) Funderburk Steidc — Young, ... B). and lltiLvey tn Blytheville Mritiir—Smith. Challin '41, Chapinan. Bunch (1) .... Substitutions Bales, Dalc<;m O. G. NOT i t;i: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Cotn- mis-loner of Revenues o[ the State ol Arkansas for piertnlt t<i sell and cll.spen.sc beer at retail on the premises described us 4^4 w. Ash, lily- llievlllc. Mis.si.sslppi County. The uiidcrsliiiirtl stale flint he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, thai he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime InvolviiiK moral turpitude- that no license to sell beer by the under- even Ihmicjh he has left school or failed to get his diploma with his class. I day of Jan. 1050. and to expire on the 30 day of June, 11)50. Sammic M. J. 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