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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 11, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1S50 BLYTHEVTLLK (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINB Jonesboro Trounces Chicks 60-32; Paps and Squaws Divide With Reiser Old Rival Keeps ' BHS on Defense AH-Over-the-Court Style of Hurricanes Too Much for Tribe JONKSnORO. Jail. 11 — The Blythcv lip Chicks did everything but old It wronis last ivtelit and they \tere humiliated 60-32 by Jone.ifcoro's hill lying Hurricane ,, here last night. V- Playing one of their most ragged panics of Die season. Die Chicks fell before the on-rushing Hurricane's all-ovcr-the-courl style of play. The Chicks tov'M nol Bet roll- ir.e; mid stayed on the defense all niRhl. The Chicks' closest margin was In the very first quarter. Jcmesbnro held a tnrce point. 8-5. lead at the end of the first stanza but started pnltlns away In the second quarter, and nt lialftimc the'Hurricane held a 26-7 lead. fliirks Edsi! Subs Coach Gene Osmcnt's aft co-Minuet 1 their onslaught in the third period Ullvins 21 points I Blythcville's 10. The si'bs took over in the final period and Blvtheviilc held the edRC in that frame 15-12. Charles Keller, the Hurricane's ace, Ud his team In point miiklne with a total nf 12 points. He was followed by forward 1'om Atkinson and Demean Abernatliy who scored 10 points each. Center J in Kerry lei] Blylhcville's scoring with a total of nine points followed by Gale Parrish with seven. The Chicks will return home Friday night to meet Manila in the tcatu:-c. rame of a triple-bill at Haley Fid gym. Wilson Cagers J u | sa Surprises Wichita 42 to 36 Win Twin Bill From Shawnee WILSON, Jan. 11 — Wilson High School's basketball team grabbed both ends of n double-header with teams from Sha \vnoc hero last night with tin? girls whining 35-22 ami the boys victorious 34-30. It wns the first meeting between the two schools this season and with Wilson hoys' first victory since they won the B division title of the Northeast Arkansas Invitational Tournament at Arkansas Stale College In Jonesboro last- week- In the grits' game J. Bowen and PL ice Ice! Wilson's .scoring with 12 points each followed by Campbell with 10. For Sbawnce Terry was high with H points. The Wilson boys led by their ornter Tim Underwooti who tallied 10 points ami he was followed closely by his brother, guard Tom Underwood with eight. Higgins score a nine to lead Shawnee's scoring Friday m'Khl Wilson goes to Luxora for a pair of games and Shaw- ice plays TyrouzH, ut Joiner. The lineups: Girls' C.iuiic Wilson Pos. Shawnec Campbell HO) P M^ Smith J. Bowen (1 '2 ) P O 41 Terry Price (12) .. F M> Drcwry Peace G, ... L- Harrison Frnylop G , .... Housaman Andrews ..... G. .. B, Harrison Substitutions: Wilson—p. Bowen <U, Brinktey, Bird, and Greenwell. Shawnee—Tinsley,, Drcsbach. Larue and Ashburn. Uo.vs' Game The lineups: Jonesboro Hroadway (5) Atkinson (10) Caldwell (4) Mathis (6) .. Keller (12> ... 1'us. . F . .. . F... . C ... . G... Q nlyllicvllle . <4> Stires H) ParrvsV (fli J. Bern . <2> Vance .. (4) neld Substitutions: Jonesboro — Aber- 1 nathy (10). Snider <2t. Cook (4). Lloyd and Yielding i3>. Blytheville —Drake (21. B. Bcriy (1). Bunch (3), and Harrison. Eaoics of Dyess Defeat Gosnefl in Hard-Fought TMt DYESS. Jan. 11 — The Dyess High School Eagles handed the Gosnell pirates their second dehat of the season here last night 05 a 35-32 score while the girls Wilson Pas. Forrester (G) . F-. H.Woodyard (4)F . Tim Underwood. (10 C. Tom Underwood (8) G . E. Woodyard i&iC , Shawnee .. (9) lupins (6) Robertson .... <3> Welch .. (4) Harrison (2 s ! Housanvan Cincinnati, Auburn Toppled frorn Ranks Of the Undefeated Kv I'l-d .V.rler NEW YORK, Jan. 11 </r)—Oindn- nt'i ami Auburn were totalled Ircni he imhcMtrn ranks, t>'.'l it was 'I*nl- c a which provided last uipht's suv- !>ri^e in college basketball Tillsri turned in a 42-36 vk-torv over Wichita, a team which figured 10 breexe. Wichita prrvSou.sly Imtl beaten the Oklalunna Afrcios and OklalKunti Cif\ - Univ. hui Kdi nobbs hel;l WirhHa's star. J:>lui Prlctiersrlorf to four points and tbnt was that. Trlsa thus registered it.s ffrsl Mbvn-.ui Valley CcmCoveiicc. tvivimnl In t wo ye a rs and t e :n nora i i I v a least [r, tied v, ith mlihtly Bratllej for ihn rojifcrcncc lead. Diicnrp^nf. pndod C']K.-innnti's n came ".'inning streak, roiintln? J1 from Irist ,ser.snn, fid-54, and Georcia Tt'rh shaUcrpft Auburn's oighl- cnme s^trenk. (J5-19. in a Roulhcast- crn Conference fr^y. D''quMiir. nkcrl ciEhlh In the latent, AFS"- ^!"(\ Pio?s poll, now hns won 10 rak*J>t nnd is stil] niK!"f^atr i d. I'Ong island and Cf!NY. rankfiT hird r\tKl .seventh in the A.P. pall, omenlcd their clnim.s (o h'^h rnnk- ET- I.oiip Teland attain camp fi"]]! hind in the srrond half to whip S«. I.onis.,5P-42. Ill the feature r-alf f a Madison Scjiiaro Garden dnti- [ ileheadr-r after CCW had swamped " Virginia. 80^55. Nebraska upset Knn?as, 57-5fi. In i Bie seven £«rie with NebvnRka aicci ssfnlly freezing tho ball for he last 50 .seconds. Biy Brs Wh'tc- iiead tos.scd in 20 nolnts for Ne- juiska nnd held Clyde Lovclette. Kansas .star, to 12 points. Substitutions: Wilson — Mooring Shawnee—Adams (4), and Haskct (2). Holland Girb Win And Peering Boys Lose in Cage Tilts HOLLAND, Jnn. 11 — Holland's girls gained a 24-18 win at Dccr- ing last night white the hoys tell Holland's boys led through the first quarter and trailed by only winning over the Gosnell scxl/?l) two points (15-13) at hallihue. Pat- -- ' (crson was high for Holland's gf""- while Reic! led the Holland boys .scoring. Holland will travel to Stcele foi a pair of games Friday nigh't. • Girls Gallic Holland POS . Dccrlng Patterson (17) F, Me Arthur <3) F. Keller <2; .... F. Gray G . 2H-22 to complete the sweep of the twin-bill; zThc loss gave the Pirates a season record of 10 wins ngninst two defeats' in 12 games played thus far this season. Gosnell's other loss WAS to Luxora las>t week. Creswell led Dyess 1 scoring with R total of 19 points followed by Dean with 10. Ward was hiuh for Gosnell with 15 points followed by Hart with eight. ^ in the girls' game Cannfcha-?! led "Dyess with 17 points and Moody paced Gosnell with 15. Tlie lineui>s: Girls' Game Dyess Pf>s. Young (6> F (3) Jones Gannicliiic] ^17) F. (4> Lucius Johnson <4> .. F. .. (\r>t Moody Ctark G Krcch Miller G Caldwell Kimbrcll ,.. -. G D. Donner Substitutions: Dyess — Cox. U>. Ffargravc.s, Bradley and cash. GOS- nptl — NtcGee, Roberts, M. Donner and Ward Hoys flame Shclton G. (11) Aveiat ... 14) Eade (1) Lindse. ... Richnrdsoi Bowlin ..... . Hick McCrary G Substitutes: Holland — Brandon i2>, Sanford; peering — L. aides, Richardson (2>, WiHinms Hoys Gnsnell{ Holland Platoon System Gets NCAA Floor Unlimited Substitution Gets Precedence Over Sanity Code Squabble NKW YOJIK, Jnn 11. OD--The NCAAs Sanity Code fuss wns al- owed to slinmei- today while foot- bull foac'lies let the feathers fly In a oat'le over the two-platoon system. The coaches' fillies Committee went belihxl locked doors this morning to frame recommendation* for rhange.s. The controversial free substitution rule wns high on the Victors 42 to 14 Coach Stabler Uses Reserves During Second Half of Game 8SZ; I.ICADINC IM'K.'llllH SICINS— Dctruil 'I'ini'rs Gi-ncral Manager Billy Evans points to (lie dotlcil liJip AS Virgil Trucks, 'I'iijcrs' No 1 IJilchrr of l'J-19. siRiifcl liis 19.V) contract Motiday at Detroit, Mlcjli. No innitlon was niiulc of the salary. Uui. it is rcuortcd Trucks \vlll earn in the ncigiiborhooil of S22.500 next season. <AP Wircpholo) BOYS JLuxoro Takes ft looked like an all-day knockdown, dra^-ont affair with the iwo- i l>uys winning hi thf cntl Tiii'stionnaircf to some 1,01)0 euaehes nnd tecelved replies froa around fiOO." said Cohnnbia's Loi I-lttle, t'l»<>irm!\n of the conees 1 arm in. "T^cy showed a majority favoring liberal substitution." The roarhes' rt rrommpuilaUnns are tuntnmount to adoption. T)ip NCAA riule. 1 ; Coninilttce, coninnsrd of cn;»t'ln?N nnrl faci-Hy heads, acl on "Iho itnpnsals later. OtliiT t'lianci's I>Isnis5f[l Ttie rules mpTllnff took the liiiie- temi>oir\vily from (lie snnilv foclo at the unnnal Natioiis! Col- lnc>iiitc Athletic AsKoriniInn se.ssions PortapeviEe Wins From Wcrdell In Double-Header PORTAGEVILLE. Jan. 11— Portageville rolled to ii.s .-ixth straight cage win nt Wardcll last night, tak- ng a 34-'.?5 decision while the B team came through with a 54-40 ictory. Edxvards and Zolmer paced Pol t- agcville .scoring while Clint Hurges-s rang up a red hot 33 vxiints for the , and Sikn.^on I Moll " . .. Demeiil RniHh (7) Bizzell Dyess Cox Fincher .. .. Creswell (19) Dean ' 101 .. Furr <3~ Pos. P. F. ..C. G. . G Gosnell (3) J. Gann .. <6l Fl'dich .... (81 Hart .. (15> Ward .... E, Gann Reid (91 ____ Crjnsy C21 .. Avis (51 .... Nunnery (3) P. F C Oeerin . (2i McLeodi (13) Richardson (5) Ward Bulldogs in Ihe H game . played only three quarters. The B'tcnin held a 19-0 lead 'iver Warocll before Die ICSLT could break the scoring i<jc in the secoiui quarter. - | The A team held a 19-10 e-dge at half time. Tiic BulUicgs W)'i travel to meet undefeated Can;,, jii Friday night. 11 Game Portageville Pos. Wardel! F (8» Burnett F ... (2» Thoni-son C «2i Wilson ; Sikrsi on G (10) I'akerj^Cox (101 Moy!nn <5> ... G Ul> B:ink.s Dlnonifi"i'I SubMiiutc.'i: Portagevillc —H-!I (2) N1rk?ns <i BBAS, H. Hull i3». Phillip-, Ri-rfccr, Smith '8> Grahntn. Kiine.s. G. Phillips: War- Lt'c <8j Sikeston Cagers Win Twice From Caruthersvilfe CASUTHKRSVILLE, Jan. 11 — GfiuitlievRvLHc's Tigers took their first defeat of the case scasm at Sikeston last nipht when Siki'ston rojled to a 53-2-1 triumps. Cnmtherfivillc al^-o lost the n ej'ine hy « score of 28-10 in a till \vhieh ?n\v only one of Sikestnn's starters score, Tu the main eve tit. the viciors gained a 11-4 at the end n? -.he first qimrter and wne ahead 23-13 at the enti of the half. J!<rrett. lanky Ti;;er eerier, led both teams in scoring with 13 point.s. Most popular spfctiitoi 1 at tho same was Runs Slaughter. St. LOTM-- Caniiual oiitJiekler. who speti*, *nojl of tiic nji'.ht pivin» nrloirr;i))!i^. It was Sikesion's eleventh straignt v;in. The 7icrr.s w ; ]3 phiy Sm.ith at Carutheriviljr, Friday _niEhL. , BlythcvUlc's Squaws and Papooses, til a double-header at Hnley Field jytn last night, moke even with teams from Keiser Hiiih School. The Papooses had an easy time with Coach Bill Bell's Juniors and emerged will] :i 42-14 victory, their fifth in six starts. In Ihe second Kiuue Coach Donna Johnson's Kt|llaws, alter a sond first half, faltered In the final two quarters and lost lo Ihe Keiser girls |>y ;n_;fi H was Ihe Squaws' seventh straight loss. In Ihe first game the Paps Jumped to an early lead and held the visitors scoreless throughout (lie first half. At Vmirilmc Conch Karl Sta- blcr's crew led 21-0. The junior Yellow Jnckel.s tallied one free throw In Ihe first two quarters bill it was nullified by n free-throw violation. With ft siltKlaiUlal lead. Coach Stabler filled Ihe floor wllh reserves before the (hlrd period wn> very old. Me used every player available, a total of 16, In the nnc-sldcc affair. Against the reserves Kelsei tallied 14 points In Ihe last half. Hays T«|i I'ulut Maker Bonnie Hays led lllylhcv College All-Stars Win HONOLULU. Jan. yl. Wi— USC's Jim Powers ]iasscd foi- three lolich- d-iwns in thn college all stars ai to (j triuui|)h last night over tho professional iill Hawaii team relnfurcpd iiy the Chicago Bear's Johnny Lu- jnck, A crowd of 16,000 watched the and Scarliriuigh. Hoys' Sfr'flo i Lsmb (8) .). Frnnkliri (IL'J C. Franklin n:i) Christian <!)l . (4) Ciiillulicr (121 Dellakcy '7) Cro\ve (7) Hlnylock Bnrlon SnlH(it.utiims: Stccle—I''nune and Watkins. liraggadfjclo—Wells. Pair of Games From Osceo/o Luxora's Panthers grabbed a pair of wins at the Osccola High School gymnasium last night M the (jlrls took the Ssruinoles. 41-31, while the boys garnered a 45-32 victory. Occola. saw a 'J2-19 haUtlme lead fi\dc iiway betore the tight defense and accurate shooting of the Pan- icrs in the second half. Tommy Spiers led Semlnole scor- ig with 1!) points while Stanford nd CocKiell had exactly that rJtni- cr of lalllc.«; for Luxora. Osccola will Inu-cl to Marked 'roe for 11 pulr of games Friday iglit. Girls' Game Xsreola Poj. Luxora lann (31 .;.. F. .. (20) Honim Robins 120) ., F. ,, m Cockrell driver (0) P. (20) Stcphcmon 'ielder O Marshall lowcn Ci poteet inn O Clark Substitutes: Osteola — nose (2), lyan; Luxora — Rlchiuclson. Boys' (ianie Osccola Pos, Luxora Mil tO) P. ..(19) Stanford ">«mi P. 19) Rutherford Watson (51 .. C. (•?) white Spiers <u r i> .. G <3i ccmtv-r iVdnticrg (4) O I2> Gray Substitutes: Osceola — Shaneyfelt; Luxora — Barch (5). :d defensive specialized (earns. ""'"' strut during the llalflluie In These are other rules changes up lermissloji and succumbed Ut Kel The code fiflit Is not slnlcd lo come to a head until Saturday. Under the present rule, plavers mav be substituted In ll-mnn mills inakh'K nosslble fc.nnrntp otlcnslvv fic'feiisive siiecializcd [earns. ige fur consideration: 1. RewrilliiB more strongly the rule concerning Illegal use ol the forearm in blocking. 2. Menus of slopping a (earn from still-ting a play before (he ball Is snapped. 'i. Changing the rule that groups a lu'tnber nf mlsulays under the term "per.sonnl foul." Also today Ijic NCAA Executive Cr.rnmitteft was hi an all-day meeting to discuss the sanlly code nnd its violations further. The baseball coaches will tinve their annual dinner tonight. scoring with 10 points followed b' Montroc Holland with eight. Chirk Keiser forward, led 111 steam wit! eliOll. The Squaws, lifter lending the vis lUn's most of the first, halt, los their slriil during the halfllme In sir's fust break In the lale quar tors. The S(|iu\ws took the load carl and built up «n 8-5 first pei-lu margin. Keiser took over in thr tnl minutes of the second period ni: nt hnlftiinc led liy n narrow 1-1-1 margin. The niythcvllli! ulrls play an Improved brnrui ol ball uiit the lust half bill seemed to slo down as the game proceeded, Lticrcta Duneh led Blylhcville scot-Ing with eight, points followr by Billlc Presnell wllh six. Amr paced Keiser with 1C points. The lineups: Junior Giune Jilylhcvllle Pos. Keiser Hnys (10) .... P. ... (2) Crcecy Gentry (5) P (8) ctarlc Holland (8) .... C Barber Chllclcrs (4) ... G MeLvan O'Brien (51 G Wlttauta Substitutions: Tllytheville — Cobb, Maliry, Hill, Langlcy '0), Halsell. Mosley (2), Gilbert, Higghuon. Pri- vetl, Nelson and Hall (2). Keiser— Ilendoi-Hin, Sluggs, Crafton (4), Dixon, Drock, Humble nnd Oirdley. Girls' Game Keiser Jolinsfin (5) Dnlrl (SI .. Amos (10) . Glrdtuy Hrnek Williams Pos. . P. F. P. G. O. G BlyUicvllle .. (81 Bunch <6) .Presnell ...... Storey ... <2) flnlc HotlBC Foa-lcr Snbslitutions: Kclser—Clark (1), DeLnney (6), Crews (1), Poag. Clay, and Camp. lilythcvllle—Phillips, Wllllninson, O'Dcll, and Molllns. SAVE MONEY R Ofimc Pos. . p. . P . . C r, G.. On THIS PRICE SLASHING JANUARY Snb>:(Itiitcs: Siheslnu — Strayhnm CJ». N (.ki:us ( Shankle (9) .. Burgess 1331 .. WhitUker U) . Foster (1) ... (2>. Ncclcy (1). Carlltiicisvilie — G ..... (4) G ..... (4< Wright Booker Substitutes: Holland — Cope (21 Keiiley. Harris IGV, Dccring Malone £21. Vaughn Vick, Bond. 13), Df!E;t;er (4). Substitutions: Dyess — Humphries (I). Francis (2). and Hall. GOS- ncll — Ingram and Lewis. Cage Results DnQuesne 60. Cincinnati 54. CCNY 8?. U'est Virginia 55 Long Island 58. St. Louis 42 1 Cirorgia Tech 55. Auburn' 40 - Texas Christian 62, Snuthcrn Methodist 50 Henorrscin 5fi. Hennrix 4V Arkansas Tech, 53. Magnolia <-4rk> -A&M 4fl Colleg of Ozarks 65, Llittle Rock JC 28 Arkansas State 58, Arkansas College 54. Nebraska 57. Kansas 56 Till!!* 42, Wichita 36 Missouri Vallev 43, Westminister (Mo> 44 Emporia (Kasl 6S. Rockhurst 41 Tp.rkio 62. Graccland H.-O 35 Oklahoma City Univ. SO. North Texas 42 Southwest Missouri 64, Holla (Moi Mines 33 Pitlsbtirg (Kasi 82. Dniry 44 College, of Kmporia 59. McPhci- 5011 56 St. Benedicts <Kasi 62. Washburn 60 Cameron COk!a> Aggies 45. Duncan Halliburton Ccmenters 31 Keiser and Parkin Meet Tonight in Twin Cage Bill Po:. I' 1 . F r, G i Centre!! d l.accy U Jarrctt dell — M-iloncy (21, Tucker. Hummer (5), B. 'IMckrr. A Game Portagoville Pos. v/iirdell Sega! <41 ...... F ......... (4) Till Tanner 16) ---- F... i4iMuCulloch Edwards (10) .C ....... (5i Hawks Zolnier (11) . O ...... IS) Gaither Reaves <3> ---- G ..... (4i Winklcy Substitutes: Warden — ivawkins (2), Bowen. i2i Hli-phans S-ljslItutc.s: Siikrston — Biickl.-y <T>, Joyce (21. Mat'.hews i'2i, Po- tnslniirk <2i : f'urnthor.svillc — Wilson (I). Lloyd, Duokout, Mchrln. Blytheville Independents Split Twin Cage Bill KEISER. Jan. 11— Kciscr High Srhool'.s haskcthall teams will meet rwo Rl.vthevillc IiKlepniulent teams from F'arkin in a double- ! tC3ms s l>l't a pair or panics with header at Die Keiser High School i ^ ams , t , r1nni AI -"«»'« I ami Kcnnrtl, gym tonight. ' >lrt "* * K " A ..... '""' L "' ..... '' This will be the second meeting this year between the tuo schools and Keiser Vill be out to even the score with the visitors. Parkin's girls team finished third in the state tournament last year and arc rateci one of the in this area this year, rn the lirst meeting with Keiser. the girls' game ended tie and Reiser lost out on tree throws. Coach Bill Bril said last night that Ihe Kciser stlrls have been invited to play in the stale AAU tournament at i.ittle nock next month and have accepted. at the Armory nifjht v.ith Ifennett defeating Hiibbard Hardware 66-33 nna Wakcficld Service Sieefe Pn-skef.ball Teams Take Pair At STEELE, Mo.. Jnn. II — Steeli! i Ilich School's hoys and girls cagers <f took a double-header frorn Brogga- • dodo teams nt, Rrapsadocio lasl Hie lit with tile boys winning -t4-3S aiul the girls victorious 5:i-4X [ fn the trills' game P. Burton of ' Stcele ami Blaylock of Hras;gadocic' staged a personal scoring feud wi! 1 - Mun, this IS your chance to buy a pair of really good NaJ-ionally- Adverf-ised shoes . . . and put money in your pocket! You'll find hundreds of pairs of fine shoes . . . wing tips, medallion tips, plain toe, moccasin toe, and modified toe—grain leathers, calf skins, and suedes. And your sire is here for our complete range goes from 6 to 13, widths AA to EEE . . . although there is not every size in every style. So come in today . . . don't forget it . . . you'll be glad you saved some money. 8.95 to 12.95 VALUES beating Luxora's Legion- j the Station naircs Blachwell led ilubbant in first game with a loin! of 12 ixiiiils and Plirkf'on scored II for Kennct!. 11. Harris was hpih for Wakcficlrl •Ailli 12 and Bradley led Luxora with 17. BlnylocV: otal of 25. Wil- NCAA to Publish All Sports Annuals, Guides NEW YORK, Jan. II—(,ri—Th? National Collegiate Athletic. Association Ls going into the publishing business. * The NCAA Executive Committee yesterday approved a plan for taking over publication of the various sports annuals and guides—football, basketball, etc. Formerly the work was done by the A. S. Rarnes and Co. KEROSENE and FUEL OIL G.O.PoetzOilCo. Phone 2089 Nap is Repeated CHICAGO (APJ—Mifs ,Trxin M- ward.s went to a movie. She Icll asleep and v.okc up to find Hie theater dark, deserted nnd locHtd. She called the police to set her out. That's hapi>ciicd belore. von say? That's what Mi=.s Edivarris said. | Burton making son of Stoslc tal!:r;! 13. Tn thp boys' game C. Franklin tallied 13 points to load Kteelc:- scorlna followed by J. Fr.mklin with t2. Crowe v as higfi point for lliag- gnt'ocio with 12. The lineups: Girls' C, me Brapcarlnclo <2l Pulln:- '2i RcV '36> Blavlnct- . A. J. Tilmai) P. Burton <2Q~i F Thompson (7) F Wilson (13) . " F Hukcy G Oates G Anderson G E. Tilman Sul.^.UiitirHls: .Stcele — Farmer Matlienia (21. Driscrll (21, Chrh- tian. SheUon. Rntl Keathcoek GROUP NO. 1 GROUP NO. 2 5.90 5.95 to 6.95 Values 5.95 to 6.95 Values She recalled that 14 years aco. v.ncn ; nra B i;adnrto—A Tilman. Henry fit she was .six, .she did the same tiling.' .r. Scott, <2i. Keller. Hart, D. Scott GROUP NO, 3 4.90 GROUP NO. 4 38 Pairs Boys Loafers & Oxfords 3.90 No Refunds. 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