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SATURDAY, JANUARY 7,' BLYTIIEVIU.F, (AHK.) COUIllKR NKWS PAGE M\ Wilson Cagers Win Spot in Finals o Tourney Bottling Ben On Way Back At Lds Angeles LOS ANGUIES. Jan. 7, I/I')—A man who's lieci tot iBih plate Ls -still rated the otic to beat in the $15,000 1/j.s AnRflcs DIICII salt totlr- JOMESnouo, Jan. 7.—Wilson, Joiu'.-,boro, Lynn nnd Stale Iligli of Jonesljoro will iraltlc it cut licie tonfelit (or tlic A iiniJ B division cro\s~ns of Arkansas State College's third inmual Noriiicast Arkansas Invitational tournament at Ihe toHege gym. The four trams went into II'CK— finals by winning their semi-final contests ypslmluy ami Insl nl?ht. Ooarh Roy stn)>aiiRl;'s Wil^o" HiindnKs ifiii»ht ti\eir way itttx) the jjjjinals by ilan-iiin;; Hardy 45-->!i last JSfi'i<;in while State Hiah was trimming Clover Hencl 12-ao in an earlier game. The two teatm will meet for ths B LTOWII at 7:45 tonight. Jolieslxiro's Golden Hurricane the only seeded team remaining -n the rumiini;. will take on Lynn for the A Division crown tonight at 9 oYlock. Jonesboro went Into the finals with a 47-37 win over Poc.-n!iontns in the semi-final match last night, l.vnn advanced to the championship roL'nd by taking Newark, victors over Blytheville. 43-20. In toi\H',ht's thira game Newtuk and Pocahontas will battle it out for consolation honors, Wilson had little trouble In dls- posfne of Hardy. Led by their center, Tim Underwood, the Bulldogs jumped to an early lead ami were never .seriously pressed. Underwood rimmed in 25 points to load the scoring while Ills twin brother. Tom. was scoring seven, the same number .scored by Forrester. Felkins led Hardy with 10 points, In the quarter-final game yesterday Pocahontas ran wild against Parftgould with n G3-lfi decision. Farflgoulcl tied a tournament record by scoring only two goals from the field. Their other 12 points were garnered nt the free throw line. Lineups of games Involving Mississippi County teams: \VHstin ]*ns. Hardy Tom Unrtenv'd<7"F Snced ."Forrester C?> P (G) Davis Ahm Underw'd(25C, ... (D-Bristow • Williams G... (10) Felkins \Voodyard O .., (1) Yowell Substitutions: Wilson—Deer (21, nnd Mooring (4>. Hardy Ritchie, Cansble, Lowe (4), Kelley, and Burke. Preliminary studies by the Smithsonian institution have .shown that central Texas was long inhabited before the arrival oi known Indian tribes. This shows the hold Ben Hogan lias over the rest ot the professional Kolf continent, and over the public who wants to .see him succeed In his unprecedented comeback try. When they picked him xip from beside a west Texas highway last February, doctors doubled if lie would live. Then it became clear that he would. But few believed that he would recover from liis terrible traffic injuries to play golf again. Yet lie has. He went 18 tense holes In 73 strokes yesterday to open the 24tK renewal of the richest tournament in the winter swing. He trailed 15 other golfers, but it made no difference to the spectators. They were on his side, lie was nervous, but they v.'ere on edge too. Maybe more so. When he i;ot into n dispute about photographers snapping his picture- as he shot, Hogan was calm. But the gallery booed. and .shouted: "Throw them out," i "take their cameras nv,ay.' Ed Furgol of Royal Oak, Mich., who has suffered from a withered left arm since childhood, turned In for the day's low. Normally such H performance would have had the crowd muttering to itself. Just uelore dusk, Ellsworth Vines nm Jerry Barter, both of Pasadenn came In with 69s. At the 18th green the crowd, what there was of it applauded politely. Most of the record gallery of 9.000 was off down Riviera's 7020-yard course, righ behind Hogan. He was tired at the finish, bii he proved he could go 18 holes o tournament play. Many fell, however, that despite his gallant try. le wouldn't be up there at the end; that he doesn't have the stamina yet for 72 holes of tournament golf. .ams In Cage Spotlight Oklahoma is Upset By Kansas; Missouri Spoiis Roundup bj Hugh l-'ullortnn l)v Ted MeiiT NtAV YORK, Jan. 1. W—Kansas nil Missouri, two big seven teams, "ok the college basketball sput- iuhi lu.si nlaht. Kansas upset Oklahoma, 5fi-60, n a Ilijr >:i'\\'n Conference tilt while vllssiiuii chalked up ' ls ninth truicM victory nj>:iiust Wushiue- • iii, of SI. Louis. .ta-.|:i. llif! s:i\-!onl nine-inch Clyde I.ove- It'Ue, .sophomore renter, spurkcd <:<ns:ts to its surprise win. He t = d in 211 poinls an 12 field ^oals and 'ive live Ihiows 1<> boost, hi:i .season wint totvil to i'-ifi points iu 11 v,: Jmtcrcloi; Wake Koie.st surj: South Carolina. 57-52, in the Hmllh- rn Conference. The. lend chanced i:mcis H limes before the I)f; Hilled away rear the close. lyjul State handed nenrgia Tech u :i)>;i iu the Southeastern Conference. The other major games were ir theii .Skyline .Six names. Utah bent Colorado A * M, 50-. r i2, and Denver look Utah State, Sli-51. Jrcgun beat WashlngUm Slate 51- 4fJ, and Washington whipped Idaho, 07-4X in the northern division of lln> PueifiL-. Const Conference. In the southern division UOI.A bi'at California, 50-ir>, and Smillimi California heat Stanford, 7.1-5U. MOW YORK, Jan. 1. Mr-Iwal . basketball followers, who have si en Downs Washington U.I some very B<«»1 Payers ill Hie last, cully are noinn oveiboard for lar.ky ihmimii While of I/IMR Isinnd u Al (hat, they're a year behind Coach Clalr Bee. who tabbed him! an Alt American before his first varsity season Wonder if there's .myllmig lo that story from a Baltimore source that the Navy ras lakluj; passes uL Yale's- Herman lUckuutn? The uuy who tolil us aliout it aski'd: "Do you Ihink they could be that smartV"... .One of the mo.st-discnssed ttunor leunueis of the hut stove season is Hobby Spi- etri. who was moved up by the Cubs Irom Macon. Ga., to I.os An^t'k's,,. In tlnee pro seasons Hobby ba.s wnn (i:i names. And he isn'l a bonus baby, either- just a.skcd "a chance" to piny hall. 'if 1 the County Basketb 1! Officials to Meel- In Blyiheville 'Ph.: Miwij.^i]>ji] County Fln:ik<-'lall Official.')' AKiwdnUrm will ho! - Us .liiiuuiry jncrtir.K in the Muni • pal Court rcoiu uf City Hall in UlMhc- villc Monday iiiijhl at 7:30, C'h Jolliff oE Osct'olu, sruHary oi organization announced today The program Tor Monday ni inciting i-s to lie a film on ba > ball offLurtUng and ail ca»e oEl nf the roimty nrc Invited to at Mr. Jolliff nlso staU'fl tha' couches of MissUislpi)) County :-/vl Southeast Mi.ssouri liave been i I- •it the mcclintt. The Mississippi County A.ssor!'!Hon \VUH ro-ornEUil/M two months TJ^JO with Harold iTrlijKen Wall ot Manila as president. \VUAK1NG DKI.L'S COLOItS—Sliown above arc Coach Chnrlcs Konnelt'.s girls' haskctball team Dell High School. Tlie Blue Jays ave one of the leading girls teams ot Ninth Mississippi County, Members of the squad are: front row (left la right) Alvcna Walters, Ik-ten Workman, Mnrtha WolvorUm, and Mary Alexander. Second row—Mary Elizabeth IJtair, Charley Ktith Hlatikcnshlp and Fern Allen. Hack row- Bonnie Slieppard, Ella May Dixon, Alma Rose Simmons and Vircnia Moody. Jeancttn Brown was not present when photo was taken. Six-Man Grudge Battle Booked on Legion Program Grudge wrestling returns to Bly- tiieville MoiKiuy night and tliis time there should IK a ring full at action. Promoter Mike Mcroncv has lined lip another six-man tae bout for his Memorial Aurlitoriiim Mnnriay iiifht pitting three of the Welch brothers. Roy, jack and joe. nt-ainst Red Roberts, Buddy Knox and Pat Mtivphy. Tin- bant \vlll be n vvliiner- take-alt. no time limit affair and will he the only bout on the card. The return match was arranged by Meroney on the request of | the welch brothers who were dis- |qu;ilifiid in a siniila!- march here two weeks ago by Mtnpliy who wa s acting as special referee fnr six- v.ay bout betivcen the Wplchs and Roberts. Knox and Stocky Kneilsen. A challenge \v;i5 hurled at Murphy by the W'.lclis ni the close of the bout and Murphy, who has no love [or the Cherokee brothers, readily accepted. He agreed to a six-way bout ami cho.se Knox and Roberts as his partners. Mitrpliy disqualified the Wtjchs after they had attacked him' in the third fsill of the bmu The dc- icision fired the thiee brothers and they continued their attack on [Murphy eicn aft-fr (lie match w;us 1 derlareri over. [ Due to the uncertainty of tlic i Icnjth of the tas bout, no preliminary nuitches fere carried. Guachita Tops Arkansas A&M For AIC Lead LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 7, fAP)— It's too early to draw any definite conclusions, but it looks as though Ounchita Ls Eoing lo be a lough customer in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference basketball title ruee, Tlie Tigers racKea up their third conference victory in as many starts by thumping Arkansas A. and M., GC to 44, nt Arkuilelphia last night It was the first league defeat for A. and M., which hud won twice. Four games are carded tonight. Hendrix, which has won its first two circuit tilts, will be at Arkan.sa.^ Tech in the top-billed game. Thi. ( will be Tech's conference opener Oilier games are College of the Oz- ?.rks at Arkansas College Magiuv lia A- and M. at State Teachers anc Arkansas A. and M. at Henderson. All Games Schonl \V Teachers . ., 5 Ouacliiia 5 Arkansas A. and M. . ..7 Heudrix . 3 Ark. Tech 3 Musnolia 5 Henderson .' 2 Osarks . ... 1 Arkansas State 2 Arkansas Callege 1 Little Rock J. C 0 Conference Schonl W Ouachita 3 Hendrix 2 Teachers 1 Arkansas A. and M. ... 2 Magnolia 2 Henderson 1 Arkansas College . ..... 0 Lactic RocV: .1C 0 Arkansas State 0 Arkansas Tech 0 Ozaiks 0 l>ct .833 SMU to Have Hew 'Playing Coach'; Rusty Russell Jr., Will Call ihe Plays Louis Fights Los Angeles Heavy in Hollywood Bout HOLLYWOOD. .Jan. 7. M'|— Joe Ixmis was ina.vlci of the situutiou all the way in n Ki>:-nmnd exhibition match with Willie liran, 21, 1, Anfjeles heavywoi^lH, last nlf-ht. The retired champion, suffering frcm a cold, didn't extend him.scll nrui ki-))t an easy left flicking h Ucun's lace. Only in the. sixth tiki the big mitt-nia.stor ajiiiear to ])ut any steam behind hl.s H-ounce College Coge i Results lly The Associated Tress Kast Ford ham 56, St, Francis (BKN 51 South Louisiana State G3, Georgia Tech 2 Wake Forest 57. South Carolina 52 Southwest Oimchlta 66. Arkansas A&M 41 Hardiii-Siminnn.s 52. New Mexico 42 Mid Wfisl Kansas nb, Oklahoma 50 Missouri 49, Washington 'St. LouLO 43 Cm.iha 46, Detroit Tech 43 OttaivEi fKas> II, Bethel (Kas) ;i!) Maryviltc aio> 73, Hockhnrsfc W Central Okla 43. Phillips Univ 33 WasliOiirn 5U, Fort Hays (Kas> State 48 Southwestern Okla 4G. Northwestern Okla 45 Oklahoma City Univ 44, Denver Chcvrolets 43 fovfrtime) East Central Okla 45, Oklahoma ? Co Baptist 44 j y ,^ DALLAS--Donk Walker lias completed his footbnll eligibility at Southern Mffthocllst and thus nassrs from the scene the fi-llmv Uic f»ns called "the playing coach." The Dniikcr, three times AH- Anit'iica, was a simvt cookie. Wbtm some one mlicm'd Walker in tjtitne last fall lor passing nn fourth down, Assistant Coaf:h H. N. tR ty) Russell observed: "Wiilker is cluing a!1 rip»t out there and I don't Etim to get in i his way." The Danker was a gambler In fontlmiL Just let SMU get behind and nt'd try Tiny thing. II usually worked. Rut thp Southern Mrfliuilisl- Xotrc Dan ic Harm? hi (lira Id cl th;it I here'II he :i "playing cuacii " on the fcinii nK:tin next fall. He's SI. N. KusscU, Jr., son of (lie as- S|n»rl.s|H)urrI Horace SUmcham, the G hints' pn-xy, inke.s off for a I'Morula vai-a- lion tomorrow nnd socretiiry Kddlrj Hi nn nick ulrrruly Is down smith. They'll be b;ick in Umo to Iriivi; lot brochure from this v;rt i k'.s y opponent, the U. of Mon- v/rillen !u l''ionch. l.es ad- he once was a "C" .sturl f I-'nmch but he doesn't admit how w.y years ago., .rJt'St-natnrd fillj f the raclnf! season (.so Irtr) L :;n v en tree's Three and Two—U 1 Shut Out-Walt for Baby.... Michi" football observers tab ,juc! \dwurds, least Ijinsing hifjh R-jlioc; iul, as "the best college prosper n the ixfea.".,, .His dad, Kiirlt Ifjnn ytale end coach — Yo la know what college will am in the end. uch Runs Right Way LAKE CITY, Fla. -<,T'y — A b!R ick with fine hciul of aiu^Hs ishc(. tlirnui-iK n resident in L : r:\ :i:I straight across the county }Jnc it of i he U'rriUiry whore Inn'ors re plentiful and int-o Columbia o'.nUy Ounio Kancturuy. IJr v :in made a ^;ame slab at, fitfht ing back. He scaled 207 nnd Loui 220. Arkansas Frosh Cagcrs Play Prcscott Tonight CAMDEN, Ark., JaJ]). 7. f/VJ—-Til University of Arkansas f resin nc \vill be* seeking their fourth basket ball victory in five -starts when th«; \cvc tontt-ht. The Sluia' . smashed the Male 'lyers, 78-48, at Hot Springs ight, with Hilly Hester, their G-l center, dropping in '27 points. .714 .500 .400 ?50 .000 Pel. 1.000 1.0011 1.030 .667 .GOT -333 .000 GOO Southeastern Oliln fif). Northeast- crn Oklft 46 Angihslnna (111) 58. North Central IllinoLs ofi Missouri Centra! "0, E.ittl-:- Rusty (j H a rlerb licked Southern Miili<>clist llav.'le.ssiy in its great shnwini-: rii-nUist Notre Dame. Toiik Over for Hunk \VUh \V;iJker out with injuries* It tuul \wi\ li',';urcd Uv.it big Kyle. Rote j vu-uld (to the qtj;ir('jrbat:kli]f?. But ti Miitly Bt-H iiM;d Little Husty, U n iicip^ti niiike Roto si belter .0031 an 57 Kansas Wesley an 59, Missouri Vulloy fn. T; I'ar \Vc^( Utah 56. CuUuadn A Oregon 51, V/as]iinpi Southern California 58 Washington 67, itlnho i UCE.A 50. Cnlifnrnin -35 Denver &G, Utah Stair Wfslcy- M in nor " Wc f, lllll( i that when Roto bnri to tall the pl'iiys it irnpiilml his L'iIU:!ency aa « r i ninner," 13 ell said tlie t;;tinr! it[;uitiKt Notre [ U;i Hole; tiidu'l have to do the. College Em- i t S2 State 48 Stanford Weak Kntl Notes For the first tltiiu in yenr.s Clem inn i.s ncUiully looWnB I«i" ^ borl n the Southern Conference bus" Mil tournament. Banks McFuddc hlnks lie has his best teum yet... lliirney Wilson nnd Krle Tiptoi William find. Mary coaches, rccenl ty beeume fathers—the second gl for Wilson and the third for Ti| ton... .Apparently William doest have rnnch Influence around thi college M\vshky Jackson, ntv noted ns n Indies man, will pi fc:nin»nc wrcstlern on display Mainwcm, N. J>. Jan. 18 And l« already manning because a lol vision deal fell through which \vuu have paid nil the expenses. NOT 1C F. TO CKEDITOUS Lust known address of dece-. nt: Unite I, lllytLievitlc, ArkiiusiL 1 ;. Date oi Death: N'ovembei 27, 349. The nmtei'.sltfncd was nppo i ted \duil3u.stratoi' of the (-.state of the iecea.sod, Willliun K, Sjnlth, o:= Iho .Dili day of December, 1943, aU |i-:.-- ;oi!s havint* cliiini itKahist the r^liitft nast (ixhiblt them* duly verlfU J, fo hn imdcrsiHJ'ed within six 'C> nonlhs oi Iho ditto oi U;o first \.\tf:- lion (>f this notice, or the vane will ho forever hiurcd and pre 'Kid•d from any benefit In the cst?*,e. Tills notke fir.st ptibUshud on Ihe list day of December. 1940. O. H. Smith, Admin LSI :v. tor FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 12 Inch (o IS inch, plain or rccnfnrcuil, A'so Concrete BuHiling ItlocU.s clifn',1- cr tlian lumber for h:mis, cliic't.'ii hoiisfs, pinup bouses, lei i nl hniiscs, tool sheds*. \Ve dcli/cr. Call us for frei! csllniatc. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. riit.iir GDI. nKlnR nrnnnd Ws tiillicr. 11r> played at Hi(;!il:iiK! I'ark (Oiillas) Illuli njol nutl now hn llus htett :il Southern Methodist two yours. Ilia father ciuiif! lo SMU ns a coath 1015. THEATRE Prehistoric -settlers of Western Tex us and New Mexico were mostly hunters. LOOK OUT BELOW—The In- \iri-YalcS 05-meter hill \vitl tic the site of the jumping events during the Work! Ski Chum pionships at Lake Placid, N.Y., Jan. 30-Vob. 5. U?ed as a *">0- melor run in the Olympic Winler Games of 1^32. it is considered one of ihe best. Yesterday's Sports in Brief Hv "flip Asvorinird I'rcss —Golf— | Lo? Angrle5-~lit\i Hitman returned r to E!ojf nnd shot *a t^'o-ovcr-par T3 [ Royal Oaks. Mich., by five strnkcs in the first round of Hie Los An- yelc.s Open. —DAsrhalt— Chicauo—Charlie Grimm quit us $2-T/)f)0-a-year job as vice president oi the Chicago Cub? aiul =nUI ne h;id accented nn oftf^r to mmin^t' Ditllas nf the Texas League. Cleveland — The Cleveland In - cliiins nnnnunctd sifinim; of Osnr! 'Ski) Meiillo In a one year coach-| ins ton tract. Terms were not di*- id his ureuttrsL day ii~ .;a;n.st tin- Pl^htinK Irisli. u.--ty tin:; a ^rcat fuuLlJiiU from the tiay he cmild hold a football because his dad has lic^n toaihiii!' a lout; tiiTH'. And Husssell, Sr. ih kno\vn as onr of liic- ^re;ttcst on'r.n--iv<- coaclif:ri in fontball. Little Rurily ) u '^ ( iiiiUu-.i-lly ul)><ir>>e«' ubmil nil tlicK v,;is to kniiw a>--'»iit it from N'OTICK OF FIMN'G OT OF LIQL'OK PEKMf'J* ! Notice i-s hereby I;LVL'II ib;:t t!ic i underpinned has filed with the I Commissioner of Hovi-]iue.> of the ! St:ite of Arkaiisns foi -trnrv-fer of ! Retail Liquor Permit Vo. 223 to sell | ancJ diS'pcn.'-'C vinous or spriituou.s : 1 iQuor.s for be". er;i •', t: j t re t;- i] froui i 403 Wc.st Ash Str^rt, Ulyllievrlie, j Arks»n.s-i5 to -4CG West A-sh St., lily-! thcville, Arknivrai. H. T. r.«v:i.s, * L'ernr.tee Americans spenrl $ an average, on mo day, : Concrete Culvert Tile Si/es up In 311 in. Corrugated Metal Culverts Si/i-s u [i to KJ in. AuKmuiLic Flmul Catc.i Concrolc Seplic Tanks Meial Srplic Tanks Sewer Tile lies: I'nrrt IVc I>plivcr A. H. WEBB Mj^'i^a^ ^1 :tt Slrilc I.l/ic I'Jnilir 711 Saturday "SON OF Will] A BADMAN" Lash Laruc on i Serial Saturday Owl Show "SOMETHING IN THE WIND" with l}r;iniKi Hurhin anil llun.ilil O'Cuniiiir Curloon Sund.iy, .Monday K Tuesday "THE GREAT • DAN PATCH" Driuiis G.iil O'Krrfe Warner News .V Shorts BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA l.OWKS'I ADMISSION THIt'E ANYWHERE! Reserved Seals on Sale al (he Legion Arena from fi p.m. Kvery Monday Monday, January 9 ADULTS Me — ClUl.iWEN Ific New Slarling Time S:00 BOX SEATS ISc KXTKA Includcdl __ 6 Man Tag Return Match ^WjNNER TAKE ALL — HO TIME RED ROBERTS, BUDDY KNOX AND PAT MURPHY versus THREE WPITH I I i it. hi L. TV feaCM^I • ROY, JACK, and JOE During Bad Weather Driving Today Only * Big Doiililu Featurc • Open 12:KO Tim Holf in "ARIZONA RANGER" Roy Acuff in "SMOKY MOUNTAIN MELODY" Also Serial Car loo us S u nil it y Monday OLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY ALL WHITE Til EAT R E [Jmihle Feature llox Opens Wi:rk Days 7:00 p.m MaUnci 1 . S-.ilurtlay A- Stir.d;iys M.tl.-Sun. I p.m. font. Showing Manila, Ark. Saluritiiy "MARSHAL of LAREDO" uilh Itill l.llioU Also Sliorls Saturday Owl Show "RETURN OF THE VAMPIRE" with Ilrla I.ueosl Also Slii.vts Sunday & Monday 'THE GIRL FROM JONES BEACH" with Konalcl Txr;ic;in anil Virgini.t .M;t> n Also Shorts For Unexcelled Quality We promise complete satisfaction wilh any joli assigned us. . .he il Iar«c or small. Wlic- llu'r it's machine work or welding, millivork, Iiuililiiij,' or rL'iiairin}; caliincls, repairini; or ciistom-huilding furnilui c. . . . we j;ii;iianU'C you liitfh f|iialily work, 'i'ry us. K F R O S E N E _L\. I . 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