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JIWSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 19-19 Chicks Open Home Cage Season Tribe, Squaws To Meet Sfeele RLYTIIEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER jjHS Five ro Play Home Game; Go to Wilson com ™ c1 ' B^nle Wilhelm's up and ,?'„",'« Stcele Bulldogs Invade tl-e s ' '' 10|< 1 gymnasium tonight for ".pair of contests with Blytheville "'6" School cagcrs. The first game Is scheduled for T30. Mt,< 2 ach Wil 'wlin will bring both v n , ail<1 Blrls ' tcams to Blythe,.~ f ° r 'lie double-header. In the »rst game, his girls' squad will meet Loach Donna Johnson's Blythevillo -quaws and in the second the Bull- nogs will square off with Coach. d '" l , rny Fisher's Blytheville Chicks. This lv |]i be the first home showing of the season for the Chicks who have a record thus far ol two wins and no defeats. For the squaws it will be their second home showing and they will be seeking their first win In three starts. The Squaws opened their home season Dec. 2 with a loss to Luxorn'S girls. Coach Earl stablcr's Paps, Bly- thevillc's third schoolboy cage team will play away from home tonight going to Wilson to meet Coach Ro> Stobaugh'a juniors in (he first game of a twin bill in the Wilson gym In the second game of this twin- hill. Wilson's Bulldogs will meet the Messick High Panthers of Memphis. The Bulldogs, in spite of the fact that they have gotten off to a slow start, are considered by many Southeast Missouri coaches as the team to watch in ihe late stages of the season. Coach wilhelm will floor a young squad which Is led by a couple of last year veterans, the Franklin brothers, Jerry and Char- Icy. The Chicks, however, will be favored to win tonight's tussel. mainly on the early season records of the two teams. The chicks hold victories over Dell and Manila while the Bull, dogs have lost to Gosnell, and Hol- fland, Mo. Coach Wilhelm's girls team is considered one of the best in South-ast Missouri but it too, like the boys has gotten off to a slow start. The ht—Two Tourneys in County PAUE NINE' . Steele girls feature speed in their offense and in earlier games their weakest point has been defensive Play. Coach Wilhelm is a former bns- ketball ace of Arkansas State College, Joncsboro. Pirates of Gosnell In Easy Win Over Team from Keiser Coach Roy Hons Gosnell High School Pirates hung up their seventh consecutive win last n Split by romping to a 46-13 victory over the Ke.ser Yellow-Jackets In the feature game of a triple-bill at Gosnell last —Courier News I'liolo CHICK CAGKRS- -Shown above are three members of the iaw-50 edition of the Blytheville Hicli School basketball team which will make its debut before a home town crowd at Haley Field gym tonight. I lie Clucks will . open their home r ome season with the steelc Bulldogs in a double-header, in the upper photo are chick pivolmen, Oo-Captain Jim Berry (left) and Don Bunch a newcomer. Below is Co-Captain Dick Reid who will hold clown a guard slot for the Chick five T il e Chicks a n d the Bulldogs ogs will meet at 8:30 with the Blytheville Squaws playing the Steele girls * *7;3Q. Sports Roundup Bugb Fullerton, Jr. night. The senior boys' game was the only contest in the three-way affair salvaged by Gosnell teams in « the first game Cornell's junior boys ifropped a 23-21 decision to the Kci- ser juniors and in the girls' game Keiser was victorious 49-23. Tonight the Gosnell (earns go to Holland for games with Holland High teams and Friday they travel to Manila for games with Coach J P. Adkins' Manila squads. Junior Game Kci.ser Henderson Clark <22) Barber Wilbanks . Girdley p os. Gosnell • F (2) cook • F (4) Bevill • C «> Hodge . G K) B. Hyde • G D. Hyde Substitutions: Keiser Treecy, Crafton and Dixon. Go-sneli—In- gram (2), McKay (2), and Bryan. Girls' Game Keiser Pos. Gosnell D "'rt <I9) F (13) Moody DeL:mcy (15) . F (4) Cnldwell Crews (10) .... F (2) Lucius Girdley G Donner -Amos G White cl!1 -y G Fletcher Substitutions: Clark (1), Johnson <•»>. Paulk, Pong. Droc, Walt-rip, Williams. Gosnell—Jones (2). Mc- Gce (2), Roberts and M. Donner. Senior Boys NEW YORK, Dec. 13. m—While a not-so-cold war seems to be developing between the South-Southwest college group and the big ten he guys involved might even get a augh over the case of Vito "Babe' Parilli. . . Babe is the sophomore quarterback hotshot who'll lead Kentucky's team into the Oian-e Jowl against Santa Clara. . . . Par- 1IR It seems, first came to Ken•icky with a Rochester, Pa tenm- iiate named Skip Doyle. . . . while Doyle was receiving the works from .oach Bear Bryant and his staff 'anlli got the business from the outer office. . . . Finally Doyle de. . . . y oye decided to attend Ohio State and the was back overlooked Pnrilli ,.„., , I1V11(;0 and showered with attention unui he picked Kentucky. Babe switched from fullback' to tlia "T' ; quarter, became a star. Doyle at last report, was fourth-string fullback at Ohio State. A advi Heavy Sus-ar Kew Orleans citizen recently •as willing to swa" two^sJar tickets for "what have you " -At last report he had been offered a horse, a rebuilt television set, part ownership in a beaner nnd four suits of clothes Tl last offer must have come froi someone -,vho was panting to sc the game Oni-Min.,te Sports . ,,« u The P.G.A. reports it has receive 40 requests for summer golf tourna ments in 1950. . . . jack Kansas State basketball coach jrofefscs to be worried because li Bayers families include seven girl and no boys. "I m liable to wind ti Baylor's Athletic Committee Talks Over Athletic Conditions . coaching a gins team." Jack pro l ™'<5 Charli to get SI 20 the 'gate) 'fo Gosnell Gann (7) jl^Hart (6) Ward (12) French (12) Emery d) Pos. .. F... ... F .. .. C... .. G... .. G... KeLser . Kennedy Felts ... . Smith (6) Chilcls (4) Oi-ccn Justice is supposed fnot Just a cut in llll; Bille , Ic Playing in the Senior Bowl gamc n Jacksonville, Fla.. Jan. 7. Fid Murphy says he sold the Cardinal more than $30,000 worth of playin • •r" f ,'""" two clubs—Ire Clns ni a .,A?. pckil - Kns - lcam and (In <-.iass D Miami. Okln.. club. . . lhat must make Murphv a Clas A salesman. Cleaniiis |., c c ,, ff Vhen Alabama's baskelballers ppcd Mississippi the othr-r niclil losers failed to score from the Substitution.?: Gosnell — Ingramii "f 00 ^,.!".! 8 ..". 1 ''.' 1 "" ami 2 « second '2l. Ledbcltcr '2), Brown (2). Raspberry and LeivU (2). Keiser—Ashley, Bullion (2), Parrish (1). Godwin , White Fred Collins to Pilot Greenville, Miss., Club , Miss.. Dec. 13. fAP)-Fred Collins, nmnager of the Fond Du Lac, xvis.. baseball team in the Class D Wisconsin state League last season, has accepted the P aying managership of the Grrcn- Hle Bucks of the Cotton States Lc.'KUe for 1950. Before going to f\nul I)u Lac, Collins, a lelthnndcd first ba.sc- inan, was with Kansas City in the . American Association. if lie is (o report here March 20 to plan si>rh]!> training. F n H n, - ' ' ' o w "» Ho>d Burrtctlc-s lads usually rani- near the top defensively Bauch is NFL's Leading Passer; Conerly i s PHILAnELPtIIA. Dec. 13. M>, _ iw"S rrm l" " mei " " f ln '° P°"" s my Bavgh of the Wash neton Rcdsk.ns won the National Foolba League lime in sional. f0r , 13 years as a profes- tlon ,, ° Pitt Only Newcomer On Notre Dame Slate SOUTH BEND. Ind., Dec. 13. (,7>) ihmv-. U " ite ^ity of Pittsburgh. Old nn? S ',' ? " S ° f rC ' l '"""S to it., nn«- powcrna » s e self. Is the onlv newcomer on a nlne-gamc 1950 No re Da mc , or) , bol , schrdulc an . non-iced last nfjht ,,^°|". ll , cr " J lc "i"<llst. which scared the rr;s!i before fading 27-20 In the fast game of the law season, and Washington, a 27-7 victim, do not , 1 Of are al! finished to the r r r.i ' ?°L. " ot intercepting with ir accoll »t- Dni'irh «'tli 16 points according Ic^ue's fina, statistlcs to S M^"rh1 l:1 " With IB ^'^ *"'t o the Chlcnco Bear's Johnny Lu- jacl,. Tommy Thompson of thp Plnlacie.nhia Eagles, last year's .-. Concrly and Thompson were --!. ^ oillg lnto tlll! fl »i'l Sanies -appcar on Ihel95o"chnrt" Holdovers Include North Carolina Pmdne. Tnlaiie. Indiana, Michigan • WACO, Tex., Dec. 13— UP)— Will* Bob Woodruff come back to Buylo as football coach? ' The man in the street hen. nmks ho will. Baylor University officials won comment. Neither will Wodruff The University's Athletic Com- nittec met for three hours yester lay. Members had "no comment' o make on what they did. Baylor president W. R. White aid only that "we went into the nailer thoroughly." The meeting was to discuss Baylor's confused athletic situation. Woodruff resigned as football coach Friday night. Saturday, Athletic Director Ralph R. Wolf "quit. Woodruff said he quit because of an "intolerable situation" in the athletic department and because he could not accept any "compromise settlement" of the differences between himself and Wolf. Wolf quit to "clear the atmosphere for Dr. White and the board of trustees to reorganize the athletic department." To Work Toward Agreement It was learned the athletic committee yesterday appointed a subcommittee to "work toward an agreeable settlement" of the athletic department confusion. This group, it was reported, was lo meet again today. . One source said Ihe subcommittee was working loward a solu- lion that would keep both Woodruff and Wolf at Baylor. There have been rumors that Woodruff would BO to the University of Arkansas as football coach. John Barnhill. present Arkansas -otbnll coach and athletic director at (hat school, said last week hat he did not know I lien whe- hcr he • would let someone else ake over as head football coach He would not comment on the •cport, that Wodruff would succceci win as coach. He did .say, however tint "if there were an opening I for oolnall coach at Arkansas) I know 10 man bctcr qualified than Wood- -tlff." Bankers Quintet Wins Game From Jonesboro Team Two Blytheville independent bas- header ^"^ dividcci a <lo «Wc- and Manila at the Rljtheville Hig™ School gym i as t night. In the first game the Farmers Bank- five look „ «.;,„ <i( , cisjon fiom the Arkansas State Co!le»e independent quintet of Joncsboro Weslbrooke paced the Blytheville team with 15 points and Crisp led Jonesboro with 14 Both the Blytheville teams arc members of the Blythcville Y's City Independent League Fulbright Sees Cosh Advantage If Oleo Tax Killed LITTLE ROCK. Dec. 13-Wp,Senator Fulbright believes repeal of he federal oleomargarine ta»-p s will nit dollars in tlic pockets of Arkansas farmers. He said today (he margarine ndu.stry is the laiucst s j n ..ie ,, lcr >f cottonseed oil nnd undoubte'ily voulfl increase ils use of cottonseed i iiul soybean oils If margarine taxes are eliminated. ' j The Junior Arkansas Senator said j , California. Southc The Courier News this morning •ns asked by Little [Jock and Jon- sboio newspapers to check reports hat Woodruff and Barnhill were iccting in Osceoln today with 11 rank Williams of oscoola and <ufus Branch of Prcnn Point However, neither Mr. Branch nor ir. Williams could be loc.itcd and hnrles Rose of Doseland. a past resident of the Razorback Booster l"b said that he knew nothinc '. , ' n meeting but added that (relieve you arc on the rioht track. However."'Mr. Fte.se added, "such meeting would be strlctlv on he cyr." Coach Barnhill's office in Fay- cttcvillc advised that Barnhill "night be reached at the Five Lnkcs Club In Criltendcn County but did not say whether or not Woodruff was with him. Sunday. Uai-gh attempted 255 passes, completed H5 for a Rain of 1,003 yards nnd 18 touchdowns. He had a percentage °f completions of 5G.9 and "aa only s.5 per cent Intercepted. hnt Is particularly important now Because a worldwide Hmrtai-c of fats and oils, which held im'u S prices the first few years alter lue war. Ls niroiit at nil end. Manufacture of margarine last year u=ed 453.000,000 pounds of codonsecd oil and 224,000.000 pounds of soybean oil, he said FulbriRht also diwi.imtcd cl:ilm= that margarine lax rcpe.il will luirt Hie dairy industry. "1 have lone thought thai if lenders in the dairy imlirslry wou/<! cnnccnfrate nn mar- ^ctin s more fluid milk and sellln.. more cream for ur-n in by-products more profitable n,an biittcr thcv would b c dmna the dairy farmcrv real favor. 1 ' LA.U. May Join Sonify Code Fight Violators of Rule May be Barred from Olympic Competition SOUTH BEND, Ind., Dec. 13. (AP) —A combined NCAA-AAU knockoul punch for ".mnity code" violato-s— so complete us to bar them from U.S. Olympic competition—appeared to be brewing today. Dr. Karl Lclb of Iowa, NCAA president, declared nt Notre Dame's annual football banquet last night that offender.'; would receive sharp- ~r sanctions than expulsion and chedule boj tla. He warned that schools violating the code may also lose AAU sanction, making their athletes ineligible for the Olympics 115 well as lass of certification by scholastic nc- Tcditing agencies. Leib hinted al more stringent ncasures after Avery Brundage president of the U.S. Olympic Association, asserted at the nationnl AAU meeting in San Francisco that an athlete who accepts an athletic scholarship "professionalizes" himself and should be barred from membership on Olympic teams. "I would like lor Mr. Brundase to define lib meaning of athletic scholarship," Leib told reporters. "I wonder if he regards them a reward in payment of athletic ability. The sanity code outlaws this. It recognizes n 'grant for aid' on the basis of need and judges nn athlete the lame us any other student,." Leaves Little Doubt Lclb left little doubt but what the NCAA and. AAU view athletic scholarships In (he same light. Speaking personally, and not for :he NCAA, Lclb said he felt that a 'rather strong argument has been nadc in the effort of southern schools to have a three-meal trailing table within the season of the •sport involved." The NCAA code low permits but one meal a day within season. He said that the three-meal proposal by Bill Alexander, former Georgia Tech coach, would offset apparent discrimination against Roy and Joe Welch Win Tag Decision The wrestling Welchs owned another tag team wrestling victorv today following Roy and Joe Welch's decision In the main, event of the American Legion bouls at Mcniorin Auditorium last night. The two eldest of the four wrcsl- "»K Cherokee Indian brothers took the decision from n pair of their chief enemies. Stocky Kneilsc-n am icd Roberts In the lag match tea Hire of last, night's bouls. The Welch brothers won the bout by taking the first and third falls And they made a clean sweep of the program by winning both the preliminary events. The Welch brothers started to work farly In the main event and took Hie first round In 12 minutes with Joe Welch defeating Kneilscn m 10 minutes with n body pin. Then Hoy Welch took care of Roberts In two minutes with flying marcs and a pin. Roberts and Knellscn rallied lone enough to take the second fall in I minutes. Roberts defeated Joe welch In nine minutes with n bodj smother and then won over Roy Welch In two minutes with a crab hold. The third fall went to the Welchs with Joe defeating Kneilscn in nine minutes with kangaroo kicks and a liody pin nnd Roy defeating Roberts In two minutes with body flips nn, In (he two one-fall prellmlnarj touts Roy Welch defeated Robert's In seven minutes with flying marcs and in the second Knel.sen was disqualified after 15 minutes for Illegal use of the ropes. maintenance jobs in their special athletes who have little time to work for their while engaged sports. The Hei-. J. Hugh O'Donnell Memorial Trophy, emblematic of he national collegiate football championship, was presented the Irish squad by the Notre Dame Monogram Club nt the dinner lost night. Tri-CounSy Even! Planned af Dyess Luxoro to Be Host To Boys' and Girls' Teams From Missco Basketball County will fans have of Mississippi plenty of their favorite sport this wortT will, "two nvltntlmnl tournaments scheduled for different parts o f Hie ,. 0 .,, uv imt on the same days this week ' Invitation*! t-.-umninenis nr< scheduled to open at I.-.xorn a,, "VMS tomorrow night with pbv <• continue through Saturday ,,j n , u ihe Luxorn tournament will Involve only Mississippi County teams while the Dycss meet will include leam« from Mississippi. Craighcad nn-t Polnsclt counties. Doth tourneys are slated to op.-n lomorrow night with nightly .w sions Thursday night and Fildru nlcht nnd the championship mm'-i scheduled for Friday nleht nnd'hot:' "•ill be toys' and girls' team affairs The Dycss foiirnnment Is scheduled to open nt li p.m. tomorrow and Ihe Lu.xora meet will open one hoip- Mer. Play Thursday night in the Dycss tourney will start at the s-un- hoiir except for the scml-flnnls and finals. The semi-final round I-'ri (lay nlRht will begin nl 7:30 and lh' finals Saturday night at thn sami time. Sessions In the Ltixorn tournament arc slated for 7 o'clock eael First-round pairings In the Dyo"tournament lomorrow night w m Tll i Caraway against the host tram Dv- cs.'i Eagles at 0 o'clock; the Cari ways girls vs. the Dvess girls Missco boys vs. Shawncc at 8 and the Missco girls vs. Shnwnce at 0 Other teams entered are Kclscr nrd Lepnnto boys nnd girls teams which drew first round byes. First-round pairings in the Lui> 01,1 meet will pit (he Lu.xora and Armorcl girls meeting In the flr-t game; Osceola vs. Burdcltc boys at Canada is half again as large as 8 o'clock nn< girls nt 0. Blylhcvillc will have n representative In the girls' division of the tournament with Coach Johnson's Squaws vicing . Wilson vs. Burdctle Donna Bradley is Rated As Team to Beat For National Title NEW YORK, Dec. 13. (AP) - Bradlcy's veteran five rates today us ii team to beat In the race for the National basketball title The Pcoria, 111., squad downed a strong Nebraska club, 64-54 bat night for Its third straight vfcto-y It was the Big Seven co-champion's first defeat of the season. Paul Unruh and Gene Melcholrre as usual, led the Braves. The same duo sparked Bradley to a semi-final berth In Madison Square Gp.r- dcn's Nationnl Invitation Tourrey lust March. Another Missouri Valley favorite Oklahoma A and M, Is In New York lor its Madison Square Garden rie- but acainst underdog Long Island Univt'is.ty tonight. It's the top gnme of a double bill that also matches New York University ngiilnst Colgate. Other results last nlsht Inclu.'f r/jyola of Chicago 76 Marq'.iette . • Kansas state 49 West Virginia 'A- Mainline 63 Regis 40; Texas Christian 37 Missouri 35 and Geo-ge Washington 83 Washington and Leo The Regis-Hamllne encounter wa.i repeat of last season's National Intercollegiate Tournament championship result. Nebraska, suffering Its first sit- back In three starts, played without two regular starters. Bob Cerv, w th an ankle injury, and Joe Male;e!t: were left home. Malecck's wife Is expecting a baby. Bradley Jumped Into a 7-0 lead at the start and was never henOd The Braves led 28-5 before Nebr.is- ka pulled up to 28-24 at halftlme. Osceo/o Quarterback Club to Meet Tonight Allnn Derry of Little Rock secretary of the War Memorial Stadium Committee, will address membsri of the Osceola Quarterback Club ufc a meeting of the club In Osceoli lonisht at 8 o'clock. 'Hie meeting will be held at Osre- ota High School. 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