The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1950 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 4, 1950
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WEDNESDAY; JANUARY '4, 1350 Bl.YTHIOVIU.K (ARK.) COUUiEU yaws and Paps Split With Sh PAGE 1 It $• $ JS^-t, <r-*h, xS*k iVtmGC"" fciiM32 pza Many Reserves by Stabler Blyfheville Juniors Register Fifth'Win; Holland is Star Blythe;ille's Sqtinws and Junior Papooses le-opencd their KHil-M case season at Haley Ficlrt gym lust tniilit !jy dividing a y»lr of names wall 'teams from Shawnee I Mich School of Joiner, 'n the game Coach Karl Stabler's Papooses ground out a 3224 vHiovy over tin.' Shawnee juniors while in the second the niy- Ihi'ville Hi^h School Squaws dropped ti:(?ir seventh in a row, bowing to a hustling Shawnee six 33-18, 1'r.r the Paps, it was their fifth win of the .season against a single loss and again it was their hig I State, 4L>-:!8 in a Pacific Coast center, Montroe Holland, that made i Conference game. Kansas State (9- the difference. Holland hooped itt 1!) ixiints to pace Ihe juniors and he almost completely controlled the re-hound .woik. St. Johns' Win Streak Halted By City College I!v Milo Farnetl NEW YORK, Jan. 4— I,V)_ CCNY knocked hie.hiy - rated St. John's from the unheaten ranks and North Carolina State rubbed off a little more of the lustre [iom San Francisco In last tiisjhi's top college basketball Dailies. City College snapper! the St. John's streak, at 12 strnisht. 54- 5L>, Center Kd HOIIKIII stored 23 points In City's seventh victory against two losses, North Carolina State drubbed San Francisco. 09-51. with Sammy Ranzino dropping in 28 points. The Wolfpack now has r 0-1 record. •San Francisco 5-4. Washington state ediied OITJ'OII Pacific ) walloped Utah Stale. 70-4r>. cin- Shav.nee's smaller and Inexperienced crow made a great slant! of H, though. They were too far outclassed and unable to do much auainst Coach Ktabler's regulars, but against the reserves out-pointed Blytheville. Coach Stabler, realizing he could all but name the score with his regulars, played his reserves the biggest, part of the last two periods but had to rush his first five beack Into the fray in the late minutes to slave off a late Shawnee rally. Jenkins and Felts paced Shawnee with 8 and 7 points respectively. Shawnee Girls Oral) [.cad In the girls' game, Shnwnee rebounded from a slow start anrt really got going In the last half to salvage their first victory of the season. The Squaws leaped fo a quick I start and held the lead the major part of the first quarter but faltered In the second period and at halftime they trailed 23-0. Bad passing and a good case of rcalk- Itis hurt them rjadly in the second half while Shawnee's girls continued their race to the baskets. Terry led Shawnee's scoring with 16 points followed closely by Smith with 13. For Blytheville, Jean Phillips was hish with eight |x>int.s and I>ucrcta Bunch was runner-up with six. The ineups: Junior Game Blytheville (32) Pos. Shawnee Gentry p (l) Adam Hays (2) P Sarnon Holland (19) .. c. ... (B) Jenkin O'Brien (7) .. G (1) Felt Chitdcrs Q Ralpl Substitutions: Blytheville—Langley (2). Moslcy. Hnlsell, Hlgrjensoti (2), Gilbert, Nelson and Privctt Shawnee _ collar (2), Brewer. B. Felts 12). Bennett and Wilson (4). Girls' Game Shriwnre (33) PCS. Blytheville (181 :1 . . ilnnall marie It five straight wilh- ut defeat over Western reserve 615. DuQuesne raised Us nil-winning trenk to nine against Arizona State Tempo, C7-G3. Oklahoma City u., winner of the Oklahoma City tourney, dropped rulsa, 43-39. The victors now have I '.vins and two losses. Siena of Ixmdonville. N. Y., took 1egk of Denver, 57-38. The New Yorkers' 13-game winning streak the longest among the major and near-major fives. The Bears of Southwest Missouri at Springfield won their ninth straight game of the season without n loss by romping on the Pillsburg State Gorillas 51-38. (GJ Bunc <B) Phillip Store' uil '' ' Smith ( 13.i Terry (10) ... Drewry (4) .. L. Harrison .. Housaman ... "Ashbnrn ..... Substitutions non, Tinsiey, Me' baeh, Laruc. and H ..^ thevtlle — Prcsnell (1), O'Dell and Tctllock. Irish-Sooner Meeting May Be in Making KANSAS CITY, Jan. 4—-OP)—Is a football game between oklahoni and Notre Dame in the offing? The Great Bend (Kas) Tribune yesterday said Oklahoma athleli officials w ere trying to jugi;l_ schedules to bring about a meeting between the two schools at an earl' date. There was no immediate confirm ation from officials of the school concerned. peachable Big Seven source" i saying h e understood his o w The Tribune quoted an "unin .school recently was asked by Ok lahoma to shift football dates s that a game with Notre Dam could be sqtieezecl in. The source said he understoo Oklahoma had written other bi seven schools and non-conferenc schools with which it has arrange, future games. At Norman, no Oklahoma officlr were available for comment. The hadn't returned from N'ew Orlean where Oklahoma beat Lotlisian State in the Sugar Bowl last Mon day. But, it was pointed out then F F. F. G uile ""*• i>l '-i lt "'"i pointed oui tn G HoVlip Coach Bu< i Wilkinson of the So c.:::::::: £,",« c " tas ™ M Oklahoma want., Sha\vnee — Shan- itririge. Drc.s- Harrison, fily- ion MAN MAULER—This picture will sl.jr memories of old .'incl near old-timers. H is J.-ick Dc.'mpsey in street clothes in llic • •in-ly I!l2n.s. It was taken al IMoominj-rtale. N. Y.. in the Adirondai-ks, which Ihe huavj'- vvcifjht champion was looking over os a possible site of a training camp. play Notre Dame as BOOM as tl two teams can mesh their schcd ulcs. possibly not before 1051!. Wilkinson and Coach Frank Lc hy _ talk about the proposed game wh the coaches association meets New York later this month. At South Bend, Ed (Moos. Kr.-iusc. Xotrc Dame athletic direr, or, would not confirm or deny tin the teams have scheduled a foot ball series. Reliable Notre n,i... sources said n month aao, however that a Notre. Dame-Okl.nlimnn series had been scheduled starting in 1952. of Notre Damn are expected t I CarutfaersvHIe And Hayti Split Double-Header CAKUTIIKHSVIM'K J»n ('lU-oiriii'r w1(]i Hnyii Ml tt I'V'Hn iMum nij;lil kiit ; Sfcy-MTLi)ilnn J:u'ki<; Jin ii P"!nl inn n Cm 1 tin 1 T!"- V:i'tr(I 17 ixiinU"-. Il-iyi i. ''V:i: n't Ijd- iH'ilJlKl huva'VVI' l-i ir.nktT.s. H:'.vll Kr;*l]1ji'([ a fi-J lr;i. !ii'-! (nj.irici 1 Inn tin* TII-I r: iiml Uu.sH'd ;i ]-J-'l '1. CimitlH'I'i.VlllP I I'd (MHl 01 llm i- periods. is (iiiinc Panthers Tai On Pirates' Court Both Teams Major Factors in Class B County Competition l,"\f.l;i's rangy I'anlliri ; and fiiMifll's htivlllni! I'h.ih-s collide nt (l"--nel] lonirhl in a name dial m.-i Itnvc eonsltleiiihle bearim: on tin M^^is.s'lipi County C'las:, Ii btsli! ball championship. The- came will he (he d ,; n, , i I'.i.s. . I-'.. . !•'.. , C:. . , <i . . .<'•.. (' —Cnurii ilhcru Arkansas Couch liocomb McKcel's r: iis nuiny stai'ts., T'iicir latOHt victory •t !,ymi, Ai'k., in Arkansas .Slute CnJ- ege's invitational tournament tomorrow. Memoeis ol the leuin: ij,,-t ,- (in - <!efl to ri-jht)—Louis l-'ield:;. John Blackwell, Edward Welch, Mylon Buuk, acne Adams and (Jnylo,. s. im . Secund low-Jue Scotl. Jerry Curler, Shelby McAdams, David Buck find Teddy Ciilpatnek. I.KACHVII.l.r.'S MONS—Rated one of (lie strongest Icnni'•: in :,-. Lcuchville Lions are presently boasting a record ol nine vicioiii •, 68-46 decision over the Joneiiioio Hurricane. The Lions in. North Carolina Takes Home Biggest Share of Bov/l Gates By Will Grlmslcy t - . NEW YORK, Jan. 4. (AP)— North , Carolina lost the game but took I f?.-f\ the fattest wad of cash ol *-« UCLA Confirms Appointment of Bracket! to Staff LOS ANGELES, Jan. •!. </V,_Tho coaching stall at the University of California at I.os An^ele:; (17CLA1 now includes two men from the University ol Arkansas. Herbert B. iDc'kci Bracket!, back- fielr! and head baseball coach nt Arkansas the last three years, was named assistant football coach at UCf.A yesterday. Bill Barnes, former end coach and scout for the Kn/orbacks. was ippointcd end coach lor tl'ie Urnins two weeks ago, A Graduate and former player at the University of Tennessee. Bracket! served with Ihe Navy from 1012 to I9!5. Hn will be assistant to Head Coach Henry (Hedl Samtcis. all from Monday's bowl football games. On the other hand, Ohio State, which won Ihe day's greatest thrill-- before the largest crowd in the richest and oldest of tile past-season fixtures, barely inaeie expenses if that. The Tar Heels, beaten 27-13 by Rice in the Cotton Bowl, were handed a check for $125,951.95, all for themselves. Ohio's Buckeyes, victors over California, 17-14, on Jimtny Hague's last gasp field goal in the Hosc Bowl. figure lo collect a mere $30,000. The losers will net about $00,000. These are Just a couple of the quirks that popped up in carving the 52,000.000 bowl melon. Tile non-profit Cotton Bowl announced record grass receipts of S357.412.80 which resulted in the lucrative checks to the principals. Rice's Owls received 125.9S1.95. just as North Carolina, but had to kick back 25 per cetn ol it to the Southwest Conference. This left the Owls SW.WI.M. Slill Counting at Rnsc llu\vl Howl auditors still are in the process of counting the change from the Pasadena classic nut expect at least MfiO.OOO from tickets, concessions commitments and so forth. From this, each of the two con- efrcnccs Involved- the Pacific Coast .•uirt Big Ten—stands to got SlGS.or.O. It's in the division of these spoils that Ohio State conies out with the shortest end of the purse of any earn thai played in the major bowls. The Big Ten takes the money and carves it np 11 ways, two of the shares going to the competing Institution. Another share—one eleventh, that is—goes to the commissioner's office. One share goes to each of the other members of the. conference. SliRiir llnvil Expects SlOO.OOf) The Sufiar Bowl also Is workini; on 1U books hint is counting on a Brc.v; of around S400.000. The competing teams. Oklahoma and Louisiana .state, would receive approximately S12C.OCO each. The who trounced I-SU. ' "' '^ S27 ° "' "* UkC Win Tv/o Games From Arnrsorei OosntOI High School uasketb:!ll- ers swejrt a twin bill from Armorel teams last ni»ht with t'nr- fills winning 20-11 nnd the sfiiuir bnys' resci\ r cs \ietorions by -I!!-!:!. In the boys' name. Coaeli liov Hon used all available ri'sm'i'K with The ie^ulars not ven ihe'-iir.' !8 points and Dyer |>;ti:od Allmncl with six. Coach J. 13. Harris tisi-n i;i II'.AV- ers in the pirl' [jaiue \vith Miviriv and Jnnes leadiii!; the wav vaili six pciims each. Green juiced' Annn- re! v.ith ID. Tomorrow imtht, the tirisnel! iun- iors play Havti at. Go;,:iell. Ilnvs' <;;nnc l>o; J-' i:n .P Braggadocio Boys, Cooter Girls Win BasketbaH Games COOTER, Mo., Jan. 4. W)—Cooler and Bnu;U'idOL'io Ilifjli School teams split ii <iouhh!-header here last ni^lit with I he Cooler ulrls winninu :(H-L!1 :tu<l the Braggadocio boys victorious a-t-ae. The panics were orl^inriiiy seh.eil- uied to be played in Braggadocio but weie. trunsferrcd ycstcrdity to Cooter. HeoiiiK nctliin In Ihe girls' Bnmc were MeCltlri'. White. Rushing, Cooper, May, Wnttner, Stewart. Sex- ion. Peuy. Kvans, and Bankslon rif Cooter nixl I'ullain, Sides, Blaylock, St'O'.l, 'lilrnan. Scarbrotmh, " Bell, Kint; and Hart of DraKgntiucio. Boys pliiytnc were. May, Honthe, Fnniii'rbiirl;. Junes, Edward.';. Luster, C. Jonw. T. Julius, nnd Hunt of I Cooler and Gallaner, Uebakey. j Clowe, IHiiyloek, Brulon and Wells Car 1'ali Caia/el Mchrle .lanelt (1YI . Hl,-|'hens <•'> SidislJiule oimiv illi ,,|| .llo anil CnrulhersviHo—Iiloyd (2) College Results Ilv The Assuckilcd n-i->.% CCNY 51, St. John'i; U. (IJtn.l S2, Duqncsnc 07, Arizonn Klule iTelil- pel 03. Siena 57. Rn;]s rcolo) 38. North Carolina .Slutc. GL>. K;m Francisco 54. Kunsns Slate VI), Utah Slate ',;,. Southern Illinois en, Arkansas Slate :ia. Uaker (Kas> SI, Ottawa <Kas> 51 foviMlinu^. Oklnhoma clly Univ. •!«, Tulss S3. Hutllimcal Missouri 51, Plll:,liiir|; I 'Kasl ;ift. Missouri Valley 0-1. Eiupmla <Kns) •Ifl. Sonllnvestorn (Kas) 40, McPherson (iCfisi 33. Oreison :ir> \Vyoniing -H, 311 lovcrlinic-k Slate Itll. Slate A. ft Orecon hold the llmeltnht In a hn • of baskc'tbal! I his week. Tin iiiv two Di the tc.]> t It riu: 1 relations In Ihe i t elaimin^ iiimrc-? siff ) i lesnrll has vel lc> lose a i;:un ev Inive lieen vli'loi-jiins i (heir first ID ciiilf;u:s ami Incsvd tniiiliir ivi|h nols am, f'lass A Manllii. Tl,e> •hi v!rluries nv-er Slei'h 1 , Ifriser. Arinnrrl. KurdeUi' .MIsseo,IH K |,. Mixorn has lost only to Dell ii in early season encasement, lint hey have evened that score, sinic then beatliiB Ihe Blue Ju t H Tlicy hohl vlvlorlcs ivu \n ni!a, lliiriictto, Hhawnee nnd \VI1 Conch Tye Adams' I'anlhcrs ])hw a rlelihenile ball-conlri>|in«. branil "f ball employing a li K |n /on,, ,„, defense. CSosm-ll, on Vhe oilier hand. plays a game, nslnjr a fas^ bunk with a man-to-man and screen defense. Tills rjame Is the only one on the. accrnla in the county tonight Seven teams saw action lust ni' ;\\^\ others will get their season started buck tomorrow and Friday. The county's two bii> nuns, I.each- vlllo and Dlythevlllc, will remain idle lonlcht but arc slated to Inke purl In the Northeast Arkansas In- vllallonn] Tonrnnment nt .lonr-s- boro tomorrow. Wilson and Manila will also see action in that touna- fiit. In first-rounil Barnes Blylhevllle wilt meet Newark of rndep'endeiu e County. Lcachvllle takes on Lynn of Ijiwrence County. Manila tarkles Pocahonlas and Wilson plays Black I tuck. ke> s -Aere States in About .11 million tt grown in the United 1Q-!!). When cooked, a pound of raisins weighs two pound;;. OUT OF REACH—Kentucky ; Hob Watson makes vnin nttL'in t lo take hall from tcnrnmalc' B 11 Srtivcy in Macltsim Hquarc G;'.-den practice session, hut fiv>- loot ten-inch Wildcats' guard ,s no match for Coach Adol| h Kupn's seven-foot. 215-poui.c.l sophomore. Chemlral control of \veed r'.aa been found Uieapcr than ha d- cnltlni! hy the Rural Elettrifiai.ion Administration. Tn radio a "wnvo trap" Is a device to prevent niHvanled waves or signals from reaching the receii'er. Not counting Australia, which Is regarded as a continent, Greenland Is (he largest. Island In the world. Gosnell Lewis i (!) .. RnspLu'irv '3 Ix-dbetter il: Gann i:j> ., S. Lucius 111 SllbsliUiCoi M), Insiram Curmiek 121 I2(. AntHiiel Brown . . --. Gr:.-!li'll . '5i, Kreeh (i>i. M«J. Luciii:;, Willi/orll — Mays, Carmen, IJU'.cll. Aihtnoi-c and Lott ('.iris' l-.ainn Oo.snell P.'. MofKly (fi) .... 1-' I 1 ' I 1 ' t., C! .G Hi Lucius (2) , Jones 'Gj Donncr .... Krcch •Caldwell (-1 C) Also played Substitutions: (;.'. JH 1 151. Robert:;. I'lrKiit-i- White. Ward, ivv:'! Armnrel — Gray. B. u M, Keaster. fou'.Tird Aimorc-l ( H)i -Green W, Kraslrr Bii'.dshaw Mon is Preddv Kcsll-r ALWAYS POPS GUTTER ... and diffcrcn l — MrGee 11. Lucius. \T. Donncr. liner, CKUnu, alue,; from e inrrcasrri Hubbard All-Stars Win From Manila Caqcrs In Free-Scoring Game Blvtliev:lie's jTnbharrl Hardware All-stars noted by the Manila In- ocneiKlnnis H2-RS in a froe-.'.rorinr! c^inc played at the Annorv last iiieht. Tr.-iiliiiK mor4 of the way the All- s'a rs tonk the lead in the se.-ond naif and ^taved ahead. was -Master Plumbe JORDAN PLUMBiNG CO^AHY, (nc. All Work fiunrnntecd For 12 Months • r >:il North Kith. Phone IUIOI timate holds u]i. Maryland and Missouri were ctli'.raniecd . S45 fi09 eaell fioin the Gator Bowl at Jack.'ouville. Out of this money, however, must r.orno team expenses .Oklahoma IIK- ured the traveling, ennip inainte- nance, entertainment anil fa forth thi.i year ran close to S50.0CO. t^eal ROveiinuriU i alcoholic beveiLK:e:, h the \i; tiuee %cui;- and federal ineoin. :. h.ive t.-llen Cities anrl eounif:- in Gcoi^ia collreted SG.finr),0(i() Ironi alcoholic beverages 111 10UJ SAVE MONEY pr/^-f I'-'-^'t :r ! Potlth and North Dakota and Minnesota lead the .slates in nmn- ber of city-oj>cratcd liquor stores. GUARANTEED SHOE REPAIR I! ~,_^^ Vfilii|rV ^, ..^^-..^ }.*..-. tfA'AiW^f^-fKi-fJl-' ".:-..•* •: • On Display Tomorrow: >^ . . . tli'ilx-.-tiiK .siii-jin.soof UK: year! I'Voiti sin.irl. i^-v. tn :-'.:ail m.-w rc;tr, c'.'ory slock, Lrim lino w;m dciiljcriilcly iv.vlc.| H» jjivu il. ;, new long, low slreainlinod look! With flniiiiiiir: now inlet-mrs, new nylon Arhriis . . . it's l^.-i.r.'M new slyii,' cl.-isiic, in.sidc and out! And a K ;,in for ID.,!.' CliralcT's bcauly reflects the sound cn<;iiict!riiig and tlin solid coniforl, inside. .A;;:iin tli, rrV livnr!; .-iiul shoulder-room lospfire! Cii:iir-!i( i.:!it :-'.MI visibility nll-rirounrl . . . in (hn c;ii-icsl of nil iitU) and out. of. You've fjnl. to HC ;ini! (irivt npprccirilft it ... t,ho wonrk.;ftl |hi n ^ ,[, „ ,,,. l , |l dtiiiol.oninkeit (lic.sinjirlc.Ht.irost comfort;.!>!<•-. iht>s:\fcst sweetest driving car today! 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