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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 18, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1050 BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE County Tournaments Set For Feb. 15-25; Dyess Hands Luxora 31-21 Defeat Site Selections f To Be Made Soon Athletic Association Chairman Announces Call for Meeting C. Franklin Sanders, chairman of the Mississippi County Athletic Association said today that sites for «' Mississippi County high sclioo i junior high basketball tourna- 'its would be determined fit : meeting of the association In Osceola Jan. an The meeting has been called fo O?cco!rt High School at 9 p.m. 01 that da(e. Mr. Sunders said, ant school officials Interested in ob taining s'tcs for the toi'rnamenl will be invifcd to submit their bid at (lie meeting. Sites for the girls and Class B senior boys, the junior boys an Pirts and the Class' A senior boy. if one is to be held, will be awarde at the meeting. Dates for the tour namonts have already been set, M Sanders sain 1 . The county junior boys and gir tournament!! will be held jointl Feb. 15-1H. which is one week befoi the District Three tourneys, he sail Dales for the senior pirls and Cla: B boys, which will also be lie! jointly, will be Feb. 22-25 which also one week before the District Three B boys loun:aniL>nt. The district girls' tournament will follow two weeks later. Mr. Sanders nlso -stated that at the meeting lie would appoint the county's Athletic., Committee which will consider bids for the tournaments. The Jan. 28 meeting will be open to the public, Mr. Sanders said, particularly to all school superintendents, principals and coaches. laruthersville Trims Kennett On Cage Court By James Kerry Courier Nnvs (.'orresiinmh-nl CARUTHKRSV1LLK, Mo., Jim. 18 —Canither.svillc's A and B teams wept to a pair of wins over Kcn- \Gtt, Mo:, on the la tier's court hist The B team gained a 33-21 win vhile the Tigers took the mail event by 39-35 in ft light buttle. Tiger center Jarrett again led Ca> I ruilicrsvillc scoring, L;>sl night he had 15 points and was followed by Cantiell with nine. Caruther.sviUe 1 e d throughout most of the game. It held, a 7-6 lead at the end of the first quarter and stretched it to 21-J5 by hullthne. Going into the final quarter, tlie Tigers were leading, 33-^0.. Camp and Gaithcr paced the B's in their victory, The Tigers return home for (.heir next engagement in Ihe Caruthmvilie gymnasium Friday night. II Gallic Pf.S. . p... . p... . C... . O... . G... Cal uthcr.svine Camp (13) .. Fike <2> .... Oaither III) Burnis Hazel <5> Substitutes: y (2). A Game ^aruihersville Pos. Cantrcll 19) . Vilson (1) .. arrett (16) . 'ankey »3) .. Stevens (6) .. WII.SOX- I.EA'l'HKR SI.INGUKS- Kelinelt 8| D. Kaiser .. G. Kaiser . (!) Benson ... (8) Pope (4) sturgeon Gloves boxing team will pin its hopes on ithesc three leather pushers in the Northeast Arkansas tournament, at Osueola Jan. 20-28. All thrte of tlie lads are NKA champions or year. At left is Harold Burch, 1949 bantam weight champ who .wilt seek honors in the li^titwciyjit division this year. Charles Coburn (center) won the welter weight division last year and will be back to defend his crown nnd Gene Drew as the 90-100 pound champ last year but will light in tlie 105-pound lass this year. j§hawnee Juniors In Double Win in Tilts With Wilson JOINER, Jan. 18— Shawnee's junior hoy.s and girls basketball teams won two games from Wilson here last night. In the first game Shawnee's girls won a 13-11 decision from the Wilson sextet with Welch scoring six points and Shannon scoring five Jones led Wilson with seven. In the boys' game Shawnee woi by an 18-12 score with Jenkins scoring eight poinls for Shawnei and Jones four for Wilson. The lineups: Girls' Game SlmwnpR I'os. WUso ..F ....... Nicholso' F ....... .(I) Jone ..F G . . O Shannon to> Miller (21 Welch <6>.. Elrori P. Shirley Bcaslcy ........ G Caruthersville—Nee- F... F... C... G... O... Kennett .. (11) Ford .. '(21 Baker (41 Drurieii . (G) Fimiey .. .. . Lale Substitutes: Caruthersville — La:y (5); Kennett—Sturgeon 111, G. Raiser (4), Pope (1). (4) J. Dan . S. Dav: . Pcepc CIssc Substitutions: Shawnee —O. Shir ley, Gondeaux find Patterson. Wil A*— Tramini. ^' Boys' Game Shawnce Tns, Wilson Adams <2> ..... P ........ (41 Jones Jenkins <8> ---- P ..... (3) Simmons Pelts (3) ....... C ..... (3) Robinson Ralph ......... G .......... Cissell Collar (31 ...... G ____ (2) Strncner Substitutions: Shawnee— Brewer (2) and Bennett. Wilson— McMinn. Hayti Boys Take Twin Games from Teams at Cooter HAYTI, Mo,, Jan. 18—Hnytl HIgl School's boys hasketbsH teums look double victory from Cooter al Cooter last night. The B boys were victorious by ai 18-9 score in the first game am n the second Hayti's A boys wor » 36-25 decision, In the B game Wilkerson, Chism Nelson and Dean scored for Hayt while El mil- and Le.sler .scored al the points for Cooler. In the A game McCrnry was liigl for Kayti ; with 11 points and Ma; and Edwards led Cooler's scoring.. In an invitational tournament a Warden last night Hayli's girls T ,vcr eliminated by Braggadocio 4 while lite freshmen boys defeat c Kennett 21-19. The f res! i n ic n boys will pi ay Steele tonight. —Courier News Photos -Wilson High Sellout'* Golden teele Works Overtime to Trim Gosnell Sports Roundup STEEI.E, Mo., Jan 18—Stcclc High ichool's BulldogK (jot revenue for heir opening ganie loss to Gosnell icie last night by nosing -out tlie Pirates from Arkansas, 34-29 in an overtime, tilt. Tils regulation game ended'with .lie score tied at 29-20 and in the ^xtra three-minute period Hie Billl- ilogs incslieil live points while the Pirates went scoreless. The »aine i\ as the feature of doulile-headcr and it gave the Bulldogs a clean sweep. In the first game the Steele girls took a -12-28 victory from the Gosnell sextet- It was the fourth straight loss foi the Pirates giving them a season record of 10 wins and four defeats bj Kullertfln Jr Portageville ^Leading New Madrid Cagers By Joe C;irlrr Courier News Corrcsimmlrnl ' ' NEW YORK, Jan. 18. OT'j — '1V<1 Schrocaer, uho'l! ngnin be tabbed as Americn's leading amateur tennis player when the rankings sue approver!, ilnesn'L intciitl lo ?huul for thru place ag^in in 1950. . . "I've done nothing since: hist fn!l bnt work," Ted reports, "I've played tenuu only once nnd prompt Is came down with influcir/.n. Gent Mnko : .vHh, \vhoni I played carnc down witb vims x. 1've.beei trying .oifiRiirc whether this is an omen.". .-, , Sehrocder's still nebulous plniip call for a briof cnstern tour if the Davis Cup Committee wants him for Uic challenge round, not Mo.. Jan. 18— Port aa? vine's Uulldngs c h a set! out of first place and Rained unciiKpulcd leadership in Ncsv iv.iidrid County with a 38-:w victory here last ntpht. ft was the eighth straight win for Conch Vip Reaves' team svhich hns nut dropped n conlrst this year. Upsets Feature Collegiate Play Holy Cross Annexes 14th Straight Win; Kentucky if Beaten By 'IVd MHrr NEW YORK, .Inn. 18. OPrf—Except (or nnbf.Urn uoly Crass and Du- qiie.sne, last night wns upset night in college bastelbaU, Holy Cross, ranked first in tin Associated PITS.S poll, chalked M[ Its Mih straight with nn 84-5G victory over previously unbeaten Providence. Duquesne, ranked sixth, made i 13 In R row by taking its Pennsyl vniiia rival. Wayne"sbui'g. 57-48. However, three of Ihe lop live, st Johns of Brooklyn, lx>ng island am Kentucky, met defeat In imtjor up Eels. . . •. • • ' St. John*, ranked second afte holding the No. 1 spot for two wrrk fell before Dvl'nul, 74-68. I,onn I land, ranked third, was tripped Ei North Carolina Slate, S5-f»2, an Kentucky, No. 5. took a 71-GO troinit >»B fi'oni Georgia. Other surprises included Siena 47-42 defeat by Georgetown (DC Virginia Terh's 73-69 .set back 1 Washington, and I*e and RL l^v fence's beating by Clnrk.son, uu-8 after three extra periods. N. C. Stale, whipped on Its lioti court Saturday by I.aSallc, pln.vt without a .subs til n Mo LI fn trippii Ixmg Island. I/mg Island, previous beaten only by Kansas State ai trying for ILs lllh straight, prillc within two points at M-52 with minute and one half left and looked like UU might turn defeat Into victory. However State successfully fro/e the ball In tlie last 90 seconds. Satn- iny Ran/ino, \vho.iparked the Southerners wIM 25 points made a free >hqwnee Wins 'rom Keiser; Score is 24-79 JOINER, Jon. ia—Shawnee's In- ians Imd to hurry In the last niln- (CK Inst. night lu order to save a 4-19 win over Keller's Yellow aekets In Kciser's gymnasium. The victory gave the Indict us a plLt with Coach Hill Hr-H'.s tennis the first game Reiser's girl," earn won from Shawnee by a 15-31 imrgfu. The girls' game was closely cones led all the way with Keiser man* ifcing to slay ahead in spite of \\ de.speratc stnnd by Shnwnce In the ate fjiini tcr.s, 13airl scored 17 pntnLs or KoLser while Smith led Shnwnee, vith 11. The boys' game was slow with icll her loam able to work up good offensive ivttuck. Shnwnee lt up an eLH'ly lend bnt the Yellow Jackol.s kepi phigsing hway to make a game of U hi Ihc Adams led Shiuvnot? willi nine puint.s and Kennedy scored sevci /or KtSser. The lineups: <;jrls 1 Came Kpi.sor Pos, Johnson <6) .. F (Ill Sinlll Dnlvl (171 F (10) Ten Crcw.s (13) ... P.. *. f lOt Drcwr Girtlley C5 L, llnrriso Clny G IIou.siiiLin WilUnins O.. Ashhiti Substitutions: Keiser—Amos <5) Dclancy (4), and Hrock. Shn\vncc Sliantion. Boys' Clam*' Shnwne.e I'o.s. Adtims (9) ... F... , RobcrUson (3) F... clch (2) ... G... (T) Morehouse hud ft 12-2 record prior tc last r.lghc nnd was undefeated within tlie county. The win also menus the Bulldogs will be sectied first in Ihe county tournament which will get underway at Risco on Feb. 10. Morehouse took (lie H game 38- l In the varsity encounter, Por- gcvlllp hell! a 22-n hnlflime mar- throw for the final )K)lnt after time had run out. St. Louis, back from n poor ens- leni trip, socked Wichita, 73-GO. and went into ft Ue will] Bradley for the lead In the Missouri Valley Conference. Douqlas to Meet Students Toniqht hen Tour Stat-e FAYETTEVILLE. Ark.. Jan. 18. — University of Arkansas stu- t.s will mpcL tliRir. new head otball coach tonight. Otis Douglas, who has been inrting up pcr.sonnl nrfnir.s in the .^t siiuc IIP wqs nam^d last month succeed John Bnrnhill. now full- nie athletic director was to arrive ere today. He will be Introduced the Southern Mclhodist-Arkan- s basketball gaim\ tonight. Douglas will start installing his ersior. o( tile T formation—which e helped Conch Greasy locale ach to the Philadelphia Eagles— i spring practice, which probably ill begin early, in March. Unt'.S len he will meet his new players, outer with his assistants and make brief tour of the state to meet OKINAWA SCOUT—With Vns ^var-dcvaslaled school building as a background, Tomoaki Gushikaml of Shuri, Okinawa, takes Iho oath that makes him one of the first [Joy Scouts of Okinawa. The Okinawa scout organization, formed largely , through the efforts of Pvt Joseph Pl->rorchcau,x, 20, of K cw York, now boasts 1200 members FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 12 fnrh to 4S inrli, plitin nr rccnforced. Also Concrete Bui I cling Btor.ks cheap- OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO Phone 601. Bishop led Sickle's scoring in the boys' game with 10 points anrt Wartl 1«1 Oosnell with 19. In the girls' game Burton led Steele with 18 nnd Moody and Jones scored nine each for Go.snell. The lineups: ; : Girls' r.a Slccli'. I'nos. P. Burton US)...P Thompson I111..F Wilson (12) F ilulscy G Dates O He.ithcock G Substitutions: Steele — Farmer. Matlienia ill, Christian, Shclton, Driscoll, and Anderson. Gnsuell — \IcOhee. Roberts, Bcvlll (2), White, D. Conner and'Conner. Hoys' Game Stecle I'os. Gnsni'll ami) (G> F (1! Lewis J. Franklin (81...F (19) Ward Franklin >T>. .C <4> Hart Bishop (10) O E. Gann :hristian (3) O IS) French Substitutions: Gosnctl—Ingrain. y/>/ie House Flag Down; •lies over Blair House WASHINGTON — dl'l — The fln« in't flying over the White House ny more. It- wa.s taken down re- enlly as reconstruction work gol \ell .started, anil il won't be rniset: iiain unlil the job has been com- iletert. OM Glory is still flying, nevcrthc- ess. over the Blair floilsc, where he President now lives. He adds: "Two things T do—RO to Wimbledon again/ much as 1 woiilrt like to, and play in the national cb nnpionships ngain. T ver.v mtioh regretted niy decision to ulay nt Forest Hills last year, not bt'.-aiiye I lost, but because T permitted my miml to be changed for me. . rhla was the first time this ns'er has happened and T RUarantct Oosnrll if «-ii| be the last" ... Lucius 191 Moody .(9) .loivos Ward .. Krech Caldwell John Jacobs, Oklaiipma U. Irart coach: "The sanity code has teeth in it nil right, but they're ! mine—false." Missionary Activities Make Good History Data LOS ANGELES— tin— Missionary reports make good history, says Dr. Frank J. Klingberg of the University of California. lie and hfc> staff have been working ID years on reports from 1700 to 19-W of the British missionary societies. Some of Ihe early reports deal wiih colonial America and give detailed data about Klhvgbcrg says. communities, Ilols All, llrollicrs More than a million fans hav snen the U. of Wisconsin boxinp team in 104 dual matches since th sport was taken up at Madison Ii l.TO. The Badgers' record is woi !10. lost seven, drew <=rven. . . . E< Pcttrsjn. six fool, eiuht inch cen ter of the Syracuse Nats, is rooklni up a special "treat" for tlie fans a the Boston Olympics Rnme. Marc! 12. Peterson, who claims to be crooner, plans to hook up with ac corrtion-playing Totiv Lavelii irt half-time show. . . That's when Sy raci'se attendance will be^in drop. Circus Elephant's Walk Ends With 'Sharp' Feast HAMBURG — tlPt— Nelly, n [iijrl- tive elephant from a German circus, took an expensive stroll through the streets of Hamburg recently. She bovried over a candy stand and ate ten pounds of chocolates. Then she topped off her meal with r«7.or blades, a hair brush, and a bar of soap plucked with her trunk from | the pocket of a petrified bystander. Canadian and American scientists have cooperated on studies of Ice was used to cool beverages arctic mosquitoes-In the Hudson's and preserve food as far back as Bay area. • 'the time of tha Romans. Prunes Publicized DAVIS. Calif. (AP>—The prim is seeking a destiny bigger tha the breakfast table. An exhibit her recently displayed new prun products: Bottled fresh prune juice, mad with a new process that retains th taste of fresh prune.s. Frozen prun concentrate. Sieved canned pnina adaptable for prune ice cream, ope face prune pic. prune tnilkshak prune bread or cake, prime cand and. prune deMCrt.s.'Breakfast cere falkes with 25 per cent prune coi tent. Prune granulcfl. Prune cola. The exhibit was prepared by tl University of California College of Agriculture here. New Madrid Portafjevillr mceLs nc Friday night. H orlageville Pos. (10) . . p ostcr' <9> .... F.. Vhitaker 13) ... c, . Inyltill (2) . . , O . hankie (3) .. G.. Substitutes: Porlaecvllle — Hall 1); Me.rehouse—Taylor, T. Toiid, Vilson. tdpence. A Oamc Vos. runner riil ..,. p . Segal (in p . Edwards (10) . . C O ( Reaves (3) . . . . G Morehouse 13* J. Todd in'Marshall (5> Gargus . . Kennedy (9) Fox Moreliousc .. 171 Craig (4) Rhyoiis <n* Proctor 2i Dohnnnof '6) Jackson Substitutes: Morehouse—Allbrlglii (I), Dillon <4>. Razorfaacks Play SMU At FaycttcYille Tonight FAYKTTEviLLE, Ark.. Jan. IB— a'i— First place in the Southwest lonfcrence basketball race will be at stake in the Southern Methodist- Arkansas game here tonight. SMU's Mustangs now hold a half- Same lead over the Ramrbacks because they have played one more circuit same. SMU lias won three and lost one. The Kazorbacks have 2-1 record. The two teams have not met Ihls season. f,o they'll have to square off again at Dallas later In the season. Arkansas beat the Ponies twice last year. Wilson Registers Double Win Over Burdette's Cagers WILSON. Jan. 18—Wilson llip Scliool eager. 1 ! captnreit a pair o victortti^ (rom Bnrdclte Icains hen iast night with Ihe boys winnlni? by a 2-9 score and the girls victori 5B-I4. Wilson had nn ensy litne in \ games with BurdcLle never threatening. Conrly Roy Stobnngh usct .substitutes freely in both ^nine; with 14 girls ami 13 bovs seeing action. Tn the gMs' game Cntnplicll lei Wilson's scoring with 17 points am Gore scored five for fimdeUe. 7i :he boys' Kamc Forrester was hi K I for WJlson wjih H and Kubatiks lee BunleLte with eight. The Imcups: Masonic Lodge Gets Statue of Washington ALKXANIlRfA, Va. —(/!>(— A 17- foot bronze stntnc of George WnshinRttm lias been erected In the George Wjishinj-;ton Masonic Memorial. TL cos! S8Q.OOO. and it took the sculptor. Bryant linker of Mew York, two years. H is the Rift of the Orfier of I>Molny, Wilson Cnmpbell flit J. iiowen (10) .. Price (10) Bird Prnylor Grcenwell Substitutions: Pos. . F - F (4 . P... . G .. a.. a,. Bllrdctt (51 Gor Warrlngtoi Lloyi Wixoi ,, Petcrscn Wilson—P. Howe (81. Brlnkley (!)). M. Traylor (2 Ronrland. Vaiighn. McClendon. An drews. Bridges. Hiirdclte—Lander dale (5) Find Farley. Wilson Hoys' Game Pos. Forrester (141 .. F ..'. (11 Dnnca H. Woodyard . F Yonn Tim [Twoori (6). C .Dollic E.Woodynrd (21 G, O'Nea Tom U'woori (01 G (8) Knbank Sijosiitutlons: Wilson — G.irrc f<). Deer (lui, Boylej (61. Moorln 'I2i. Wllliiini.s (1>, Mlincy (2l,,Ke C2>. Annindson (3). Utirdetle—Per kins, Davis and. S, Younjf. Shipping Near Normal BRUSSELS — tiPi— Belgium merchant fleet lias ahnont recovere Prewar dimensions. Until Sept. 3 1949 one hundred ships were flylr Alert Eagles Win Surprise Victory Panthers Arc Set ".-„ Down for Season's Loss on Horn* Court LUXORA, Jan. 18 — The Dy«M High School Eagles caught the Lui- oj - a panthers at one of their tanner cmients last night and when th« rore vrxs over the sharp-shooting TR!OS owned a 31-2L victory, The gtime was the feature AUrw- 011 of a ratfe Urn-bill played In ic [jtixora High School gymnasium, i a preliminary game the Luxora. itls continued their winning waj* >> r spunking the Dye.w .sextet 2fl-8; The meeting w«.s Ihe first/ (hi* e;ir between the two schools and \ spite of the low scoring the lafu •ilnc.ssed a pnir of well-played ball 's, The Panthers ?re *chedMl*d o return the games Feb. 14. The low* \vns the Panthers third f the season and their second ]n row ngalasL H victories. Their tlier two ceiback.-i wtre to WILwn list week and to Dell earlier in the iison. The fimocth-opcrallng K a R I« • icvrr gave the Panthers a chanci o get going. They held Uie *coiirtj o tlitec players while nil five <tf heir plnyers hit Horn all angle*. I.oUK Shots r*y Off ID pan, Dyers' elongated forward, was the lj|i$ thorn In the PauLliejV hide. The I all, rangy youngster *p^- :tnlWd in long set "shots ».hHt wrecked I.uxora's /one deEtn*fc. Dcau led both Uanvs lu scoring with a lotn! of 14 points. Pen- the Panthers, forwards Buhb* Stimfortl nnd J. C. RuLherfoi'd w*j* the big guns with'Stanford scoring 10 and Rnihei ford nine. Guard Conner scored the other two polnU. In the gills' game K. Han'na and CoL'krell led Luxora's point miking v,'ilh 12 each with Stephenmn scoring the other five. Carmlchael scored live ami Young three for Dyett. Luxora led all the way and held Dyess scori'less mast of the Ilr»i hulf. Panther gunnta Mftdle Sexton, Alice Oi'Lmcs and Brooks kept Kehe Kennct .. ..Chili . (1* I'n ... a (5) Hiilllo ousanin.ii (21 G... (G) Andersc Substitutions: Slwwnee — lluvi ui and llnskctl. Keisev—Godwin .eachville Caqe earns Take Pair •rom Paragould I. E A C 11 V I 1,1, K , Jnn. 18-The c»clivll!e Lions rolled to a 78-29 icloi-y over (be pnragould Bulldogs _ ere lust night Willie tlie Lenchville I o'ffcllse ainioft kl » it.niitiH rls were bowing to Uic Pnrn^oulil I tbioushout the game. exlel. In a preliminury game the Pnvn- ovild glfls made an early lend tand up for a 54-4H victory, In the feature game Scott net- cd 17 points to lend the Lions Lo kitory while Hrasliears led Paru- oiild with 11. Oilpatrlck was nm- ler-up for Lcachvlllc with 13 point. 1 ;. Hoy.'i* lineup: .eiuilivEIItt - ros, I'.-iraKmilil icolt (17) ..I' 1 .. f5J Archer 1. Buck <2>....TV...i2i McOantcls Sain (14) G (8) wineyarcl iilpntrlck (13).O...(11) Brn.shearp Vclch <O G {4) wood bmit iliilicMLs; l,E:ncl»vllle—Curtcr D. Buck f4>, Blackwell Adrun.'s (8), Field (I), SLewiirt (2), Mnlhcnln f3, Me Ad n in A (G). !>ani- ;onld—Smith, Ill-Hhop, Colt Pylantl, Branton, Karnhlll, Oupp nnd Ad- Tlie lineups: Girls' Game : -'. Luxora Pos. DyaM U. Hiinna (12) P (3) Youi« Coekrell (12) . F Johnston Stephcnson (f)) C.. (5) Carmichad Sexton ..^.... G...'..., . : Brad ley Hrooks G Woolwy Grimes G . Kimbrell Sulxstltutlons: 'Luxora—E. Haling, Jolnison, Marshall, Poleet, Clark nnit Rlc-hartison. Dye-ss^HargraveB, Bynuin and Miller. H«OV G>m« Dyow POfl. LilJlOTa Purr (7) P.., (10) Stanford Dean U4> (9) Rutherford Hmnphric.s (3> O . Whit* CrLswoll (5) ,. G... (2j 8. Conner Hiiigraves <2) . G. Gray Bub.stltutlon.s: Dyww — Henson Ftolliugsworth. Uixoca— Lutisford. : POSITIONS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY in Ihe U. S. AIR FORCE: • AERIAL NAVIGATION • RADAR and RADIO ' • AVIATION MECHANICS • AVIATION CADETS j • AUtlAl GUNNERY • OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL ITiis coinparc-s with the 101 ships 1 In the fleet. 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