MONDAY, DECEMBER 12,1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Play first Home Tilt Blyfheville Squaws To Meet Steele, Mo., Girls Cage Squad Blythevillc Hi s i, School's Chick - a.s.iws, after two successful games on the road, will open their 1949- B^O home b3.;cktball season here to- mormu- night against Coach Bonnie Wilhelm's Bulldogs of Steel High School. The game will be the feature ei 'ent of a double-header. In the nrst same, Coach Donna Johnson'.' Blythcville Squaws will meet the Steele girls' team. This game is scheduled for T:30. 'Ihe Chicks will be after theil third straight win when they tangle with the Bulldogs. They opened the season with a victory over tlie. Blue- jay.s of Dell and last week thutnp- . ed the Manila Lions in their second outing. The Bulldogs, though moving to a slow start, have shown promises of becoming a well-balanced, smooth- working club by mid-season. Coach Wilhelm's squad hasn't witnessed too much success in the early stages °' the season but are touted to be a tough (earn to beat as the season rolls on. The Steele girls nre one of the best teams In Southeast Missouri and play H well-coached fast break that has looted good even in defeat. The Papooses will hit the road Tuesday night traveling to Wilson to do battle with Coach Roy Stobaugh's Wilson Bulldogs. The" game will be the first of a double-header, with the Wilson senior boys meet- l»g Messlck of Memphis In the feature game. Hi' ^J. I T ~~ —— ________PAGE NINB PlayJSteele Tomorrow Night; 3 From South Missco On B All-State M U • , i ' ^^ g TjSa^^ B '^^ Ww>w ?W*ff Bl ^^'P^B^^re!*'^ - y»^ ' •• " ' -"" ••- ____ _ _ _ _ _ _ ^Wrestlers' Feud To Be Resumed In Ring Tonight The two eldest members of the wrestling Welch brothers, Roy and Joe, will join forces once again tonight in the tag match feature of the American Legion's wrestlini bouts at Memorial Auditorium. The two grappling Cherokee Indian brothers will combine their talents against a pair of their most haled rivals, Red Roberts and Stocky Kneilsen in the tag bout which Is scheduled the best two of three falls. 90-mimite time limit routine. . Highlights of the bout will be the renewal of the rued between Roberts and the Welch*. The former Little Rock undertaker has been an enemy of the Welch family for a number of years and the rivalry grows a little stronger every time they meet in the ring. This will be Kneilsen's second appearance here in more than a Ajj-ear. He returned to this circuit ™asi week alter more than a year's absence. In addition to the main event, two one-fall preliminary bouts are also on the card. In the first Knell- sen will take on Joe Welch and In the second Roberts will tackle Roy Welch. Hollywood Continued from Page 8 "very strapless"? The answer, says the studio wardrobe department, is obvious: "Wlun Belly Grable wears one." Celeste Holm was signed for a guest spot on Frank Sinatra's air show. After rehearsing lor two days, she was paid olf without making an appearance. The New York agency suddenly discovered she had previously endorsed a rival cigaret THUMBS DOWN Len Stern, the writer, went to a new Los Angeles musical show and later was asked how he liked It. "Terrible." he said. Then he was asked, "Flow was the musical?" "It was so bad." he replied, "that for the first time In my ^ife I came out of a showing humming the sketches." Penicillin Aids Farmers By Fermenting Products WASHINGTON —ory— Development of penicillin has proved a boost for farmers says the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Corn steep liquor and milk sugar are used to Protect Your Family's Health with Expert PRESCRIPTION Service WOODS DRUG 221 Wesl .Main COOTUR-s GIKI.S-^, OWn .bovc is Cooler Higl, School's B l,,., ba^elball tr^'u'ho ^ P "° tO = "S'sr^rr,;--;:,-:,- ~j r ~° Eagles, Rams Meet Sunday For NFL Title NEW YORK. Dec. 12. !jTi — The Philadelphia Eagles and Los Angeles Rams will bump helmets next Sunday for the National League title, plus a seat next to Ihe Cleveland Browns of the All-America Conference as co-champions of 134f pro football. The Browns, by routing the San Francisco 4Sers. 21-7, In their playoff final in Cleveland yesterday were champions of the now defunct AAC since Its inception In 1516. Their four-year reign is a pro grid record. The Rams hart to go right down to the last game of the regular season to clinch the western division title m the NFL. They blasted Washington's Redskins, 53-21. he- fore 44,899 coast admirers. The triumph assured them of mecttnsr the easlern division winners, the-Eagles, in Ihe titular nlayoff In Los Angeles' Chicago's' Bears. In their finale] battered the Chicago Cardinals 52-21. The Eagles, who locked up their consecutive eastern division title two weeks ago. merely made their 1913 record more impressive (11-10> by dusting off the New York ilants, 17-3. •The Pittsburgh Steelcrs ousted he Giants from second place In the eastern section by blanking the weak New York Bulldogs 27-0 The Green Bay Packers lost their finale to Del roil 21-7 Messick High Next On Cage Schedule For Wilson Cagers WILSON, DCC. 12 _ coach Roy Slobaugh of Wilson High School announced today that his Wilson Bulldogs will meet Me.ssick High School in the feature game of a cage doublhcader here tomorrow light. In the first game, slated for 7 Vclock. the Wilson juniors will play he Blytheville Junior Hi-h Papooses. Coach Slobaugh slated that the iesslck game was arranged over he seek-cnd to rill an open date or the Bulldogs. Messick generally floors one of the best teams In he Memphis Prep School League. Following this game the Wilson Ugh senior boys and girls will nter the Lnxora Invitation tournament which Is scheduled to bcKin Vednesriay night. liake penicillin. Studies are being pushed to dc- •eiop other fermentation product,? n antibiotics, feed yeasts vita- nins and alcohol, (he department nys. One project is growth of nnishroom spawn which Is said to frt° t 1 " , g °'"' for)d I" nd tastes better as yeast Dyess Eagles Win Two Out of First Three Cage Tilts DYESS, Dec. 12.—The Dyess Hirrh School Eagles, who have won and lost ill two cage outings this season, will piny a 21-gamc schedule this year, one of the lamest of any school in the county, according to Coach Tom Parks. The Eagles suondly defeated Kelser in their first Kitme of the season but lost a hca. (breaker to Marked Tree Friday night. The score was 31-30. Coach Parks staled (hut the Eagles would be host to an invitational tournament this week with play to start Wednesday night and continue through Saturday night. He also said that the Eagles have dropped back down to a B classification this year after having played in the A bracket in the District Three tournament last year. The remainder of tlie schedule is: Dec. 20 Biirdettc, here' Jan 3— Reiser here; Jan. 6-Missco there- Jan. 10—Gosnell here: Jan 13— Lepanto there; Jan. 17-Luxora there: Jan. 19—Manila here -Jan 20—Gosncll there: Jan. 24—Shawnee there; Jan. 27- Blyiheville mere; Jan. 31-Turrell there: Fcb 3-Mlssco here: Feb. 4-Caraway there: Feb. 7—Manila there: Fell 10—Lepanto here: Feb 14—1 uxora Here: Fcb. W- Blyihevillc here Fcb 21—Shawnec here. Manila Basketball Teams to Tangle With Dell Cagers DELL, Dec. 12-Dcll Flifih School's Blucjnys. both boys ami girls teams will meet teams from Manila High School in a twin-bill a! the Dell H:gh School gym tomorrow night. The first game, pitting the two girls' teams, is slated lor 7:30. The boys' teams will play immediately after the girls' game. .Manila's boys have yet to win a game this scas'on while the girls have won two. This will be tlie first meeting this year between the two schools. The Dell teams will enter the Luxora Invitational tournament which opens Wednesday night. Dinosaur Bones Found By Australian Woman SYDNEY, Australia —w- An Australian woman palaeontologist looking for fossil formlncfcra I microscopic shells which tiscally Indicate oil-bearinE strata) found instead the fossilised skeletons of five giant dinosaurs. She was MI SS i re ,, c Crcspin. an Australian scientist who was searching for oil near Honm. In Queensland. Tl ' e dinosaurs, creatures up to MID feet long, apparently browsed In the swamps which existed near Roma In Mesoioic times. As the swamps dried out and mud became stickier, the ungainly animals Cleveland May Not FHd Pro Team Next Fall CLEVELAND. Dec. 12. »,l'i-l',o fcs.slonal football peace isn't a (nll- f edeed fact so far as Cleveland's Browns are concerned. Paul E. Brown, dynamic mentor of the club which yesterday won Us fourth straight All-American Conference title, said today the Urovvns m Rlit not field a team next lull. ' Discir-sinif last neck's "titei-ger" of trie 10 national league and three All-America clubs. Drown said 1 "Unless we pet what we need in personnel to fill ollr Kaps |)]us n p.acc in the division with the better chilis, then we'll not be Interested in tlie new league and we'll be out of business." Brown said his contract with owner Arthur (Mickey) McBride— a personal contract _ gave him nirouni crmipMe control over football policy and that McBride would concur should he decide to fold the tent of wmit has been termed hereabouts as "the greatest show in football " Tlie Browns defeated San Francisco's lilers bv -n-1 yesterday to become the only pro team ever to win its league title four times in a row. Keiser Boys, Girls To Play Twin Bill In Gosnell Tonight Coach Bill Bell's Keiser High School senior boys am i g| r | s will invade Gosnell tonisiln lor a double header with Gosnell High School teams. The first gsmc is slated for 7:30. In Ihe first game Ihe girls' teams of the tv.-o schools will meet with the boys' team playing Immediately after. This will be the second meeting of the season between the Gosnell and Keiser teams, fn the first meeting Nov. 29 Reiser's girls were victorious and the Gosnell boys won. Following (he Keiser game the Gosnell teams will enter the Lnx- ora invitational tourney which starts Wednesday night. Prince Charles Island, nearly ns big as Connecticut, was discovered just, north of Hudson Bav in loss. Sinkiang Province in western China is nearly three times as large as Texas. weighing between 40 and SO tons were trapped and died. Ancient swamps are always good hunting-ground for fossils and for oil. Recently at Lake Callabonna In South Australia, a rich More of fossilised remains of giant wombats (Diproton Australisl. an extinct marsupial the size of n small elephant, was found. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION I'HICE ANYWHKRE1 Kcserved Seals on Sale at the i. cg j m , Arena from 6 p.m. Kvcry Monday Monday, December 12 M)U!<TS 5(lc — CHH.OKKN He iN'cw Starting Time 8-.00 UOX SEATS ISc EXTRA (Tax Incluileil) TAG MATCH vs. Joe Welch Roberts Roy Welch STOCKY KNEILSEN and RED ROBERTS versus ROY WELCH and JOE WELCH Also Two 1-Fall 30-Minuto Matches Knerlsen Sports Roundup (tlifih H'ulterton. Jr. NEW YORK. Dec. 12. tip,— Hilly Cross alhlcllc authorities are wait- Ing to hear from nili Osmamki whether he's ambitious to undertake another season of coaching af- (er the mie lie Just had. . . . one report on Bullet Bill's difficulties Is that the alliletes Rot into so many disputes in the huddles that one plnycr claimed he had to stop three flKhls before plays could be rim. Anyway, there's not much chance that they'll buy up mil's contract. The alumni don't want to pick up a SaiJ.OOtl tab for a guy who makes a pretty good living as a dentist and only coaches in his spare time. Osceola, Wilson f Gridmen Picked Spiers, Weinbcrg, Woodyard Also Win All-District Mention Three South Mississippi County lilgh school grid players, two from Osceoln and one from Wilson, were li (he first (cam of All-Slale selections tlie „„. nounrert yesterday by the Arkansas AMiiclniion. berths ou Ihc honor sttiliui wi> r( . Tommy Hpeirs, Osceoln's Imlliaiit pass-throwing sophomore 'inanerback. find his chief JBISS tar«el din-Ing the past season. Warren Vielnborc,, the Seinlnoles' sojilio- moie cud. l-'rom Wilson. Howard WooUyard. the Bulldog's triple- Monday JIallni'e Ihrent tuiarlerbnck, who wns rnled Jack Gardner. Kansas Stale! hy coaches as one of (he Uest backs coach tabs basketball's currrat ! in ills ami, received a bad-field two-minute rule as "the worst piece' "•"->-..am is of legislation we over put on Hi. books." )ack arfillrs Hint it reduces basketball (o n :W-mluute game and loo mnnv iienule walk out In Ihe last two minutes. . H->b Slehbens. Indiana U. football center. Is definitely "off" formal D.-II- tlcs nt his fraternity house. . After one of Hiose 'nffa'rs recently. | In.- backs to co.ne Dob complained: "I washed dishes | Arkansas In many for three arid clru even have halt hours- and I canny ability co-ed to help jail distances nl Wilson Ill'ili School. All three of the lioys also rccrivcd nll-IJIslrict Three mention. All three of tlie lath nrovccl dm- Inr the season thnl they are spe- clalisls in thru onj) ,ieM. .Sjioir.s is <'<»'Mdrred one of Ihe Kieulr-sl mvl from Nort cast veai I I, Vn ' Holland to Meet Gosnell Teams in Twin Bill Tuesday HOLLAND, Mo., nee. 12 _ Holland High School's boys and girls bu-skeiball learns will play learns from Gosnell High School In a double header here tomorrow night. In the first game of Ihe twin bill the Holland Blrls will meet (lie Gosnell girls with the boys' teams clashing in the nivhtcap. The I list game is schcdncd for 7:30 This will be the first meeting tins year between the two schools. Gosiicirs Iwys are boasting a unbeaten record thus far having won their first six outlnus of (lie season. The Qosnell |.|rls. however lliive won but one game all year Friday nlRht Calulliersvilie Hish School's A and n boys will jiil-ade for ;i pair of Raines. Cleaning (ho Cuff In rase you hadn't notired. the Southeastern Conference has adorned a "rotating" basketball schedule Broujilnc natural rivals- with only siliKle enmes against the othc'r ic.-ims. The conference tournament If it is held, no longer will di-tidi- the championship, stun Mnslul will be one of the principal speakers at , .. A '°- •'«"• '9 when a street I fl to hit receive! .* from won him much acid's year :K well as last when he played for the Semiimlcs' Junior tenin. Wcinherg. like Spclrs. Is only n sophomore bul nccordintj to coach. Rube lioyce. he plavs dunk iiosition lihe a veteran. longest suit is miss calchhiK ... . ' " " «iv. JJ tl .-11 I fCl will be named after Gabby Street . . Kvnn <i;o mimilol Chandnois Mieliluan State halfback, ai-tnallv played 0(1 minutes in two iramcs this. year and 55 minutes In four others Parkin Defeats Keiser's Teams In Double-Header KEISun. Drc. 12 - Reiser High Schools basketball teams dropped a double-header (o Parkin teams Friday night with thu girls losing J3-33 and I he Iroys delealed 28-22 1'he suincs w(]1 . c vlayed . a Parkiu. I lie Bit-Is Riimc ended in a :)2-3'> lie and it, «-.i. s neve^arv to rtec'de the- issue with free throws. In the extra free-throw session Parkin sank three charily t<is.sc.s and Kei- ! .ser only one. The lineups: fiirls flan Parkin p,^ .. P. Clark iio> Caldwcll . Ginn Jackson O7j he also is a K"nd defensive mini. I'nll-Tline Hack k Woodyaid is a full-time back and 'neraled the Unlldoss to their District Three grid champion- Sinn las!, fall. Ho is a fine runner and a Rood jiunlcr as well as a good passer, lie transferred to Wilson from Helena last year. Other members" of the Class Ij honor team are Paul Ciwluup. Poirn- hontas, end: Bill chUders. Sheridan, and Jack lilley. Lake Village tackles; Wctiford rtobertxon Fairview. ,,nd nilly |.: m dc, Dald Knob Kiiards; Jack Ciii-rliiglon. Cnbnt' center: and Lamnr Mcllan ami Phillip ncginelll, Lake Village bucks. ' The second (cam: Billy noek Holly Grove, and J. D. Slicllon, Norph- !ot. ends: Junior Paulktler. Dierks and Kenneth Doyle, McCrory. tackles: Hay Boy.singcr. Flnrtford. and Charles Jackson. Sherldnn. guards; Bobby Stephens. Slamps. and William shaver. Pocahontns. center 'lici: Don nenriiiK, Holly Grove Glasion Henley. Norphlct. .Icsalc I.noney. Pulrvlew, Hud Milton. Poca- hontns und Charles Sorrels, Hughes backs. . F. G. O. Keiser i .i<;hns:m Ill) llalrl '14i Amos .. Girriiey SICK? Substitutions: Parkin—Hamplon and Todd. Kei.ser _ DcLancv (4) Clay and Poag. 'Joys f;,-(iiie Parkin . Jarrell (G) .... p\ Dcvcnport U2i F Blake 13) c. Clark (5) G. Jenkins ... ... G. Substitutions: Parkin _ Young Davis and Cole. Kei-scr — Ashley' Smith, Felts and Green. Keiser i . . '21 Jiirrcll j 181 Atulcrson . (5i Uullion ... i3> Pace! Hi Childs FOR SALE ni.c. mcnei. . SKUT.K TIM! 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I 'Y' Church League Tcasrrs Play Three Basketball Games .'he Lutheran, and first llaptis basketball learns „„., in opetilnj; K"im\s of the Hlylheville V's Church Rclmol i.eamio at || 1C ' Hlylheville HiBh School y vm Saturday. Littfe Rock's JC Trojans Defeat Santa Ana 25-19 PASADENA, Calif., Dec. 12—4— first ., . Lltlle Rock Trojans headed for Arkansas today as the eastern champions of the Sunday School were victorious l.ittln Rose Bowl. The Trojans beat Santa Am, Calif., Junior Coljege 25-19 Saturday In the fourth annual junior college grid classic. Jimmy Karam. Utlle Rock's colorful coach evidently captured more Ihan the hearts of the fans, too. Yeslcrdny he said, a representative from St. Mary's College sounded him out for a backficld coaclilnj Job a( the Moraga, Calif., instUu- linii Although St. Mary's niRde no nl- lifial offer. Karam indicated he wouldn't accept It if they did— unless, of course, they make him hi'ad coach. Safely man Denny 'Little Smack- uvei-i Scott of Lltiic nock turned In the epic run of the day,' a punt return that saw him reverse himself three or lour times, wigKle and drop back from his own 25 Ip the 1ft and (hen set off doivn sidelines for (lie goal, as yards Manic l.nlhcran . In the first Church detailed Kir Yarbro - tlsls 11-111 with Khi'llon srorin" seven points to lead the way. c Swain was hi«h for the Varhro team with six points. In (he second came First Methodist won over tlie l.nkc Street Melh- odlsl-r-'irst CluiMlnn team 11-5 with Hob Jackson scoring U points for First Methodist and Ray flarrell scoring all live of his team's points In the Ihhd Riime the l-'lrst Hun- list tc.im defeated tile Yarbro Methodist 35-10. Ocmge Skellim was h!l!h for rirst Rnplist with 18 points and Stanley Nelson led the Yarbro team with seven. Play will he resumed next Saturday morning w m, ()| ]ee mo re games. The U.S. Uim-an or ilralnmntlon estimate lll,a.|o,orm more acres „„,,,„,„ WIU could l>c liTltjiitcd in \vrstrrn utates. from nun to 1800. I'asiidcnn ,/unlor Chamber of Commerce officials, sponsors of the 1,'iimc, chin into the accounting of revenues today and money distribtl- finii will be. announced Inter. Mranwhllc. an attachment was served to lie up anproxim: \?ly M.800 of Uttle Hock's share. Spokesman Art Hunnifin of Pasa- 'Icna .siiul l(. was served on behalf of (he Complon. Calif.. Fferald, a •.'eekly newspaper, on claims that nimiunt. represented expenses used In attempting to promote a game Dec. .3 heHvcen Compton Junior College ami tittle nock and which Little Rock cancelled. Columbus believed he could reach the Fur East by siiiliiiu 2,500 mlle.i we.t. but actually he travelled 3.230 miles before reaching the New World. Philadelphia was the U. S. capital SHEET METAL WORK. —OF ALL KINDS Cuslom work lor Kins, tiltalla rnifis. oil mills. 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