The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1950 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 21, 1950
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1950 BlTTOFVTLLl (AML)" COUBUX PAGE SEVEH~~ Chicks And Paps Win From West Memphis-Squaws Lose To Shawnee 56-34 Seniors Score 32 to 19 Victory Juniors Score 48-14 Decision in Games In Blytheville Gym Blylheville's Chicks • and junior Papooses swept two games Iroin 'visiting West Memphis leanis here last night with the Chicks winning their second In a t'ow by a 32-19 margin and the Paps victorious, 48-14. Both games were slowly piayert with most of the scoring confined to the second half tn each. The Paps played without the services of Muntroe Holland, their tnll center and ace re-bound man who was sidelined tempovai'ily with a hand injury. The Paps worked up 19-6 halfihnc score and then &o[. going in the last two periods. Wast Memphis wss outclassed from the offset and never was n scriotL 1 ; threat. Hob Childers paced the Papoo.scs with 13 points followed by Bennic Hays with 10- Acrec led West Memphis with foil]'. After a slow first quarter in which they managed only a 6-3 lead the Chicks finally got started in the .second Quarter and at halftimc led 15-7. They look up where they left off in the ihird period to add 10 more .points and garnered seven tallies i 'In the final quarter. Jim Berry and Ted Vance led /the chicks' scoring with nine points each and Brasticld paced West : Memphis with eight. ; The win was the. Chicks', fifth of Hie season against four defeats. For the Paps it was their seventh victory against only one loss, a one- 'point decision to L/eachville.' The lineups: Junior Giinift Bly'villt (4&) Pos. \V. M'plils (HI •Hays (10):... ..P.... (2) Kirk Gentry (7) P (2) Rogers Childers (13)...C..... (4) BrasJicld O'Brien (6) G (2) Johnson Mosley (9).....G.;. (2) Smith .. Substitutions: Blytheville — Hill, Nelson, Langley (2), Gilbert <1), HaLsell, Cobb, Higginson, Hall and .Privett. West Memphis — Snlcer, ;Rook,. olaibbrne, B. Maynord, W. Maynord (2), Acree and Goss. '. Senior Game George Sauer Given Five-Year Coaching Contract at Baylor Br HiroM V. Ha (Iff* 4 WACO, Tex., Jan. 21—>«—Baylor University's trouble* that brought a 100 per cent turnover in athletic leadership were »t »n end today as big George Sauer, one ol football's greats, stepped In to guide the destinies ol the Golden Bears. The former Kansas «nd Navy coach, expressing great enthusiasm over his prospects and declaring that "IX hard work will get the job done we'll have a champion," became head coach and athletic director with a five-year contract last night. Dr. W. R. While, key man in straightening out the tangle that brought confusion and bitterness mid threatened to halt the greatest Blylheville ros. W. Memphis "Wise. <6).....;..F ...(2) Floyd Stires (4) P (6) Carpenter J. Berry ; (9)....C... (3) McKnight .Vance (9)... ...O.....(8) Brasfield Reid (21 G. -, Demuth Substitutions: Blytheville—Bunch snd Parrlsh (2). West Memphis- Harbour.- : ... gridlro* era of the Bears, announced dramatically at the annual foot~ ball banquet that Sauer, who quit Im Navy job In iplcst over the firing of two assi.san coaches, would succeed Bob woodruff as coach and llsb would put aside the dissension that swept but the athletic director'by holding both lobs. Heartily Kndorned The Baylor president declared Sauer had been heartily endorsed for the job by D. X. Bible, athletic director at the university of Texa who was Sauer's college coach at Nebraska. Woodruff wns not at the banquet. He already has gone to the University of Florida where he Is athletic director and coach with seven-year contract at $17,000 > year, woodruff quit Baylor in huff several weeks ago In protest over nalph Wolf continuing >< athletic director. Wolf also resigned Then Woodruff returned when given «, free hand in football al Baylor But two weeks ago'Woodruff resigned again to accept the Florida post. Wolf now is Baylor Stadium director—directing the raising of funds and the building of a 40.000- icat stadium. Wolf was not at the aanquet because of illness. Dr. White said all of the Baylor assistant : coaches except backfield coach Frank Broyles would remain. Broylcs resigned to go to Florida with Woodruff. Saner will brine in two assistant coaches and Indicated they would be the two who were fired by Navy and caused him to resign there. They are Bob Ingalls, his line coach, and Vic Bradford, his backfield mentor. Sem/no/es Win 46 to 13 From Keiser OSCFXH.A, Jan. 21—O.sceola School's Scminole.s defeated the Keiser Yellow Jnckrts 40-13 but Keiscr.s' girls won over Osceola'js sextet 43-29 In a pair of games here last night. The Scminolc.s, playing one of their best games of the season, turned on the heat early to .smother the out-classed Yellow .Jackcl.s completely. It was the second win In row for Coach Conrad Gainer's crew. T.n the girls' game however, the situation was reversed with Kelser turning on the heat and Osceola. wilting. Fouls hurt Ihe Semlnote girls considerably and glowed the game a bit. Harvey Lee Hill led Osceola's boys with 13 points followed by Warren Weinberg with 12. Kennedy was high for Keller with six. Dalrl led Kei-wr's girls witli 2£ points and Rni bins scored 20 for Osceola. Ktlscr's boys nnd givls will play Dell tonight at Reiser. Girls' Came Burdette Pirates Game But Lose to Wilson 94 to 13 Keiser pos. Osceola Johnson (9) .. F (5) Mann Oalrl (25) .... F (20) Robbln Amos (7) T (4) Drive Glrdley ... G Fielde Clay G Bowel Williams G mini Substitutions: Keiser— DrLnncy Crcw.s (2). poa?. Waltrop. O.sceol; —Travis, Cone, Golden, Wlgglngtor Rose and'Ryan. Boys* Game Osceola Poj. F. . F.. C.. G. . G.. WILSON, Jan. 21 — Wilson Hich School cagers won a double-header .from Burdette nt Luxora last night 'with the girls winning 37-11 and the boys victorious by a 94-13 mtir- • gin. The inexperienced but game Pirales of Burdette were too far outclassed i to count much but they fought back with every ounce of strength against the overwhelming odds. P; Campbell of Wilson led the scoring in the girl's game with 13 points. Lauderdnle led 'Burdette with 12. . Jirr, Deer's 16 points led Wilson to victory in the boys' game. Coach Roy Stotaugh sent 14 players into Ihe walk-away an-i all scored but one. Eubanks led Burdette with five ..points. The 'lineun.v. Girls' Game Wilson Pos. Burdette Campbell (13) . P (3) Gore J. Bowfn (10) .. P(12> Laudcrdale Price (12) p. (21 Warring ton Traylor G Lutes Greenwell G Peterson Bird G Wixson Substitutions: Wilson—p. Hnwen. M liavlor (2), Brinklcy. Lynch. Prace. Bourlanri. Bridces, Vaughn. McClendon, and Anderson. Bur- drt'e—Farley. Boys' GHme Wilson Pos. Burdcltc Fnncster (121 . F.... (n Duncan H. Woodyard (4) P Young Tim U'wood (15) C. .. Ml Daniels Tom.U'Wood <5i O... (31 O'Nenl E. Wcmdyarri <5> G . 151 Ei'banks Snbst'tutions: Wilson — Gnrretl fS', Deer <!(!>, Boylcs (2), Mooring <GV Wiiliams^isi. Muncv (fi). Keel. Am -nelson am} Wrbb. Burdette — Perkins, Davis and Lutes. Luxoro Boys Win 42-33 Decision From Marked Tree LUXORA. Jan. 21. (ifi— Lllxora and Marked Tree split B pair oi basketball games at Marked Tree last night with Marked Tree's girls winning 55-33 and Luxora boys winning by a 42-33 decision. Luxora's boys led all the way bul nol by a decisive margin until the late stages. The Panthers held four point lead at the end of the first ciuarlcr and led by eight points at halfUme. Stanford led Luxora with 18 points and Canada WHS high for Marke Tree with 100. In the girls' g«me H. Hanna scored 22 points to lead Luxora and Rinks counted 26 point. 1 ! for Market Tree. Mk. Tree. Rinks (26) .. Ashlock (17) Brewer (12) Lcgpett ./ Nciswander .. Davis Girls' Game Caruthersvjlle s Victor Over Wardell Boys CARUTHERSVILLf:, Jan. 21.— uruthersvllle's Tigers swept to a air of ylctorles over Wardell here st- night. Caruthersville toolc the B game, 1-18, and won the feature event, 4«-35. The Tigers were dominant II the way through both games. In ih« varsity encounter, the Tiers had a 10-6 first quarter lead •hlch they had strentched to 18-11 y hMftlme. Caruthcrsville'led 30-21 at the end if the third quarter and staved off , vigorous rally when the Cardi- lals started making their shots good n the final stanza. The B team led 13-5 at halllinie. B Came TO WRKSTI.K HKRE—Blimp Levy, who taxes the scales at 625 pounds, will team with Don Kcene, who weighs a piking 200, in Ihe main event match of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Me morlHi Auditorium Monday night. .Levy bills himself as the world's largest wrestler and there's no doubt he's right.. 625-Lb. Marman To Appear Here For Monday Event Wrestledoni will throw its weight around at Memorial Auditorium (61 Hill (13) Cox (2) Wal.son (61 ... Spiers (9) Wcinberg 112) Substitutions: O.sceola — Dunn (4). Stevens. Perry, Jacks, and Lannum. Keiser—Mobley, Parrlsh, Godwin and Mason. Reiser Kennedy Childs . (1) Pace (4) Bullion ) Anderson Monday nightfall r>25 pounds of it. Pos. . F. . F. . F. G. G. G. Luxora .. (22) Hanna .. (4) Cockrell (7) Stcphcnson Sexton Grimes Richardson Hayti Basketball Teams Win Both Ends of Twin Bill HAYTI, Mo.. Jan. 21—Hayti won a basketball twin bill from Stecle here'last night with Hit girls winning 53-48 and the boys victorious by a 43-37 count. Both games were thrillers with play close and neither team ever holding a sizeable margin, t'n the pills' game. PhelRn of Hayti and Burton of Steele staged a private scoring duel with Burton winning out 2!) |K>hUs to 26. In -tlie boys' game McCrary hit thejihjjop- for 54 poir.t.s to lead Hayti. Bishop paced Slecle with 14 followed by J. Franklin with 13 and C. Franklin with 11. GlrlV Game Hayti Phelan (2GI Wa.tU (6) . Cecil (13) . Dewecse (6) Baylies ...... Rowell Snbslltulk-ns: An oversize wrestler who bills himself as Blimp Levy, the world's largest wrestler, will strain the supports of the /iiilericiin Legion mat in a tag match here. He will team with Don Keene. a 200-poiind mall fry" in Hie tag match main enl of the American Legion's restling program at the Audilor- m. Opposing Kfeue and the "Blimp" '11 be two olhcr underside huskies. II Canny at 217 and Buddy Knox 204. Blimp's lisled weight sur- isses the combined weight of these :o by a mete 200 yxnmds. He lists s weight at 625 pounds. Levy has been making the major resiling' circuits for more than 10 ear.s and has appeared before ickcd housts In al] sections of the atlon. He uses his massive size his chief weapon and in spite his more than a quarter of H weight, he handles himsi-U ell in Ihe square circle. [ The match will be for the regil- tion best two of three falls, cx- MidiiiR over the 90-minute time mil route. In addition to Die main event ai; match a best two of three falls, ne-hour time limit preliminary out is on the carl pitting Kecne gainst Knox. Substitutions: Marked Tree—Bar- rankamp, Robertson. Watts. McGlll nnd Bollon. Luxora—Brooks. Boys' Game , Spa Hotel Becoming Grctna Green of Ozarks EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark., Jan 21. (API—Joe Parkhlll has decided his Basin Park Hotel here has become the Gretna Green of the Arkansas Ozarks. Noticing quite a flurry of wed- riinps recently, principally- of coil- ple.s from Kansas City, Tulsa, Springlield anrt St. Louis, he did a little checking up. He said records ."how 100 couple.5 have been married in the hotel's Ozark Room since Jan. 1. P.os. Lllxora Stanford (18) . Rutherford (13) F White (3) C Conner (4) .... O Barch (21 G Substitutions: Mk. Tree . (10 Canada .. (3) Phillips ... (6) Prince ... (6) Bryan . <8> Bridger — Lunsford i Jones and liar,. Pos. Sleete P . . . (20) Burton P (13) Thompson F (31 Wilson G Ontc." O.... Hulscy G Hcathcock Hayll — Beasley Ceilings. Steele— Chris- Hayti Glass (61 .;... Gilbow McCrary (24) . Brown (5) rafs (6) Substitutions: Boys' Game Pos. Steel . F (1) Lamb F(13> .1. Franklin Cdl) C. Franklli G. . (11) Bishoi G Christian Hayti — Chism White (2), and Notgvass. Stccle Etheririge. (2)'. Marked Tree—Davis. BlythcYille Sportsman Ranked Among Top 70 Trapshooters in State W. H Holccmbe Blythi-villc sportsman and Irapshoot marksman, ranked among the top Ifl trap shooters of the state in 1943 firini;. according to Jimmy Hobln- snn of Sports Afield Magazine. ' Holcombc's average was .!)D7S in competition shootinp during the year, iiccf»rdn.g 'to Robinson, which was the I0th highest in the slate. Juli! s Petty of Stuttgart led the .state with a .D«nl average. Harrison High School In Two Games Tonight The boys and sirls basket!] toam.s of Harrison Hiph School wil meet Lincoln High School of For rest City tonight at 8 o'clock In tlv Armory. On Friday the two Harrison wili meet Osceola in the Armor, here. Despite Ihe fncl that Mount Etn. is often active as a volrano ani menaces towns and boluses arouni it, people continue to live there be cause volcanic dust makes the so: armmd tlic mountain rich. FOR SALE Concrete culverts, 12 Inch In 4R Inch, plafn or retnforced. Also Concrete BnilrlJng Blocks cheap- tr than luroWr for barnx, ehtcfeen hoiisps, pump houwA, (rnnnt linusfx, ton! sheds. We dcIJTcr. Call us for free estimate, ~> OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Thone 691. NOTICE JANUARY 3Ut is th« last day to purchase City Auto and City Truck License Plat«i to avoid payment of the penalty. All unpaid Privilege Licenses and Garbage Fees are past due, and should be paid immediately. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE W. I. MALIN CITT CI-KRK Osceola Juniors Suffer Loss to Marked Tree Boy OSCEOLA, Jan. 21 — O.sceols junior boy.s and girls spilt a double header with Marked Tree learn here ye.?t<rciny. The girls were vie torions 30-15 and the boys were de leated 21-10. ' K. Watson lerl Osceola's gir with 15 points and ojhnston pace Marked Tree with ni>\e. In th boys' ?amc Toluert led Marked Tie with six points and Rodger* score Hie .same number for Osceola. Osceola'K juniors hiwt four more games on their schedule. They play Dyess at Tuojidny, go to Reiser Jan. 30. to Marked Tree Feb. 2 nnd play Kci.scr nl Osceola Feb. 13. Girls' Game Pos. . P. P. .. C. G. O. C'vitle "amp <16) .. 'ike iaither U) . Burrus iazel (8) Substitutes: Culloueh (1) — Dillard (4). A Game C'tll'/sville Pos. Cantiell (16) .. Wilson (3) ____ Jarrftt (12) ... Pankey (7) Wardell ... (2) Summar ........ Baker ____ (0) Banks (51 Thompson U). Wilson Caruthersville — McNeely (2); Wardell F. P . C. G. (4) Wai-dell MeCuUoch (61 Till (61 Hawks 12 Gaitlier (71 Winkler Sports Roundup B«ih NEW YORK, Jan. 21. (/P)—Pro basketball addicts are really worked up about the Syracuse-Nats, a team which has no slicltouV stars like George Mikan or Alex arena, but which apparently has forgotten lion' to lose It's a slick ball-handling outfit with only a couple of "/lag- poles" and they'll tell you what sliced and spirit are the real iea- soas why the Nats win. "They act like a bunch of college sophomores," one observer says, "and Al Cervi never stops talking basketball.".... The club lias been averaging about 5,000 a game attendance, playing seven miles out of .town, and thut's quite a feat when pro teams in Chicago and smaller -mid-western basketball hotbeds arc finding the sledding rough. Blytheville Girls] Lose 9 in a Row Game One of Three Played on Joiner Basketball Court Stephan* (3) ... G. Substitutes; Caruthersville — Lacey (4), Mehrle (1); Wnrdell— Hawkins (10). College Cage Results Fre: Osceola Wal-wn 115) Con? 15) •D. Watson Pos. . F... ...' F:.. 14)' F... ... G... ... G... ... G... Marked Tree (9) Johnston (2) Gary :... (4) Bray .... . Sheran ... . Keadle Swan I/we .... Wil.-on .. Shippcn . Substitutions: Osceola: A Stevens (6). Hartley. J. Stevens. Phillips. Bradley, Kenririck and Montague. Marked Tree—Glenn r.nd James. Hoys' Game N THE PROBATE COURT OF THE CHICKAS.MVB.A DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS N THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN P. MOORE DECEASED. NOTICE OF ADMIMSTHATION Marked Tree (4i Cooper Rccole (2) . Tolbsrl (6) Copcoth (41 Pos. . P . F , C G G Osceola Wiirhurst t R. Rose Cole . . Burns (6) Rodzcrs Substitutions: ' Marked Tree- Scott, Spuriock (4), Pecid, Davis 15). Texas Jury Convicts SomerviJ/, Moss., Girl BRADY, Texas. Jan. 21— ir t \ — Sniulia Peterson, the girl who says she can't remember whether she killed n man, faces life in prison. A criminal district court jury last found her guilty of murder ^ Bv The Associated East Long Island 82, Fort Monniouth 55 St. Johns (Bkn) 85. Kings Point 47 South Alabama 60, Louisiana state 52 Florida 54, Georgia 49 Will'arn and Mary 70, Hatnpden- Sydney 67 (overtime^ Midwest Baldwin-Wallace 69. Akron Cl CrciEhton 71, Wichita 5R HistiiiRK 62. .Kearney (Neb) 50 Maryvllie (Mo) 49, Cape Girar- dea» 38 Missouri Central 70, Missouri Valley 08 Baker (Ka.O 41, McPhcrson 38 Central OMa 67, Northeasterl: Okla 41 Washburn 52. Plltsbiirtr (Kas) 31 Oklahoma Baptist 73, Northwest ern Okla 52 Easl Central Okla 67, Southwest ern Okla 48 Kansas Wesleyan 46, BelhRn (Kasl'45 '•'" " Southeastern Okla 63, Phillip Unlv 56 Culver-Stockton 57, William Jewell 48 Sonthwrsf Arirona 67. We,st Texas 59 Sul Ross 52. Panhandle Okla Ag- gies 40 Arkansas State Tchrs 53, Henderson 57 Far West Snnia Clara 58, St. Marys (Calif) •17 Washington State 53, Oregon State 39 San Francisco 54. Stanford 39 Wyoming 46, Colorado A&M 41 Briitham Young 55, Denver 39 Washington 69, Oregon 49 IVhal Con Vim Spec Bob Pelaex. youngest of three .sen- sationp.1 basketball-playing brothers to attend Aldcrson-Broaddus College in West Virginia, had t* bad night againsl Saloin recently.. .He scored only seven points and decided lie might be having trouble fice- the basket...So the next day iolj went to a doctor to have his yes examined.. .The doc p'lt him irotlfih the tests, wrtile out a pve- cription for spectacles, then asked uriously: "Just who In the world ed you in here?" SportspourrI Branch Riotey, who originated the ombine of baseball and agricultuic. .rgues that a fann system should le just large enough to accommo- ,ate all the players under contract ..."The smaller the organization he less headaches and expenses," he •xplalns . . . Rickey's difficulty, it eems, is that when he thinks every- h'mg is compactly lined up. a sub ordinate comes up with 30 more lames and he has [a take on another club.. .Tab Harold Kopp. Yale "ne coach, as the new heud foot- jail coach at the University of Con- lecticut — even though they saw Harvard's Art Valpcy visiting ground .here the other day...College basketball coaches are congregating In Amierson, Ind., these nights to watch high school whiz Gene Wilson. He's a kid brother of Johnny, who scored some 1ROO points for Anderson college before going on to the Harlem Globetrotters. Notice is hereby given that letters of administration were granted to he undersigned upon the estate o(j w ith malice and fixed this sentence- John P. Moore, deceased, on the I The 18-year-old Somcrvillc. Mass., 6th day of December. 1949, by the' ?' r L hoard the verdict without enio- ^robato Court of Mississippi Couu-j tio " y, Apkansas. All persons having' "No." she snid wearily <vhen ask^rt claims or demands against said c.s-|'< *he still did not remember events late present thsm, duly au-| in which" Lewis Patterson. 34. was henticated, to the undersigned for i !h<lt •"""' killed, "I don't remember." allowance before the end of one! The Jury of farmers and ranchers •car from the date of the granting .dclilwralotl live hours and ten minor said letters. If not so presented; lll . cs - Tllcir verdict at 0:38 p.m. end- within such time, they will be forever barred; and those claims pre- By Chiirley Kell» Courier News Correspondent JOINER, Jan. 21.—The Blythe- 'ille Squaws were dealt their ninth straight defeat here last night, m 5G-34'sethack by the Shawnee School Indian sextet. The game wns the feature of. a riple-headcr. In two preliminary sames the Kclser and Sliawncc Jim- oi 1 teams split with Kelscr winning :hc girls game 10-14 and Shawnce's boys winning the second 22-8. The Shawnee girls' speed and accurate eye for the basket were too much for Hie game Squaws. The Indians took the lead early, built up i good margin and then coasted •ionic. Terry, Slinwnce forward, put on i fine exhibition of shooting and netted 33 points to lead the scoring (or the night. Lucrcta Bunch was the big gun for the Squaws, scoring 17 points. Smith of Shawnee scor- ed'10 for her team. In the junior girls' game Paulk of Keiser was high for the night with seven points and Shannon led Shawnee with six. In the boys' yame Brewer led Shawnee with six points followed by Billy Felts with five. Clark was high for Keiser with four. Junior Girls Keiser Pos. Shawnce Sisco (3) ...... p. .. (G) Shannon B.-iulk (7) ..... P.- ---- (4) Miller I.. C'kcrliam (6) P ..... (41 Welch. Amos ......... G ......... Elrod Warren ....... G. ... P. Shirley Gardner ...... G ....... Beasley Substitutions: Keiser — Johnson, :rafton, B. Cockcrham. Shawnee — Goudcaux' and Kimberiin. Junior Boys J Shawnee dams (3) . enkins (2) •cits (5) }alph Collar (4) C. R. 'Crowed, U. of Tennessee track coach, says training methods there have changed completely since Alt Hulmberg arrived from Sweden. The runners are working twice as hard as they used to...Fifty years agj the regular basketball center al Bucknell U. was a boy named Christy Mathcwson, who won letters in three sports.. -The Cardinals' bo.35 Eddie Dyer, is one oi the sponsors of "Little League" baseball in Houston. Tex...No matter what prejudiced folk; National. Love Walks Out SAVANNAH. Ga., Jan. 21— (•}•)— Maltie I- Love has filed suit for a divorce. She claims her husband Natural Love, deserted her. Granted REA Loan WASHINGTON. Jan. 21. tift— The Rural rclfclr'ficMion Administration yesterday granted a $930.000 loan tn the Arkansas Valley Flrctrlc Co- Operative Corporation, Ctork. Ark. Tech Smothers LRJC 102 to 56; Henderson Loses (By the Associated I'rpss) Arkansas Tech's Wonder Boy went on a scoring spree test nigh to trounce hapless Little .Rock Jun ior College, 102 to 56, and remain unbeaten in ATC cage play. Tech center Deworri Dopson'cun tributed 26 points to the cause a Little Rock. It was a different story at Arka d*Iphia. where Arkansas Stat Teachers and Henderson were lie numerous times before Tcaehei won, 59-57. To-rmy Taylor scored 3G point': for the winners. Henderson's Bill made 25. Pos. . P. . P. . C. G. G. Keiser Henderson (4) Clark (2) Barber Wilbanks (2) Creacy Substitutions: Shnwnce — Brewer 6>, Buddy Felts, and Wilson (2). Cclscr—McLean, Girdle?, Brock nnd "itaggs. Senior Girls Shawnee Smith (10) . I'erry (33) . Drewry 11) Harrison Housaman .. Ashburn Pos. . F. . F. . F. . G. . O. G. BIy'ville . (17) Bunch . (3) Presnell . (4) Williams Hale llodge- Fowler Substitutions: Shnwnee — Dresbach, Tinslcy (2), Shannon, Mc- Fntridge, LaRue, B. Harrison. Blytheville—O'Dell, Phillips (10). Storey, Jones, Hipp, Button, Tcdlock. Summons Hired as Coach By Cleveland Indians CLEVELAND. Jan. 21. W)~.AI_ Simmons, former slugging outfieldJ! er for the Philadelphia Athletics, was signed us a coach yesterday by the Cleveland Indians. President F.llis W. Ryan of the Tribe said "we believe that Al mny supply the spark \vhich the team lacked last season." Simmons, who was released as conch by the Athletics al the end of last season, is spending the winter in Hot Springs. Ark. lie will report when the Indians open spring training at Tucson, Ariz., on Mar. 1. sented within fix months from the dale of said letters will have prior- a .sensational trial, one in which the prosecution's star witness testified that It was she—not Sandra i —who gun from which mile this dramatic 1049. y or December. Ed B. Coofc, Administrator. of tlie Estate of John P. Moore, deceased. qiicnt from Austin. Tex.—yesterday was found moaning and gasping in her Jail cell, a gas stove hose l*o inches from her face. Sheriff A. B Wtllborn, who, found Tqlulodtne blue, a dye u.serl tn laboratories, hits been found effective in controlling bleeding. the girl, .said the apparent suicide attempting was only "play acting," But he admitlert the gas was on. RENT A CAR Drivt Anywhere Vuu Please Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 Wonder Why? JERSEY CITY. tf. J., Jan. 21— MV-Mrs. William J. Nickcrson obtained a divorce on charges of desertion Thursday- She said her husband went for a weekend at a nudist cnnip two-nmi-a-half years ngo and never came home. Concrete Culvert Tile Siv.i-s up lo 3G in. Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes up to S* In. Aulomalir Flnod Oalps Concrete Septic Tanks Mefal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile Best Trices \Ve Deliver A.H.WEBB MlS'i.ini lit at Slate I.Inc Thont 114 BLYTHEYILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserrerl Sells on Sale al Ihe Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday Monday, January 23 ADULTS 50c — CHILDREN lie iNew Starling Time S:00 BOX SEATS ISc EXTRA World's Largest Wrestler, 625 Ibs. BLIMP LEVY AN!) versus DON KEENE BILL CANNY AN1 > BUDDY KNOX One Hour Time Limit Match DON KEENE ,, BUDDY KNOX BEST TWO OUT OF THREE FALLS FARMWCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIV|||ROADS EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLD6 8LYTHEVIUEARK . SHEET METAL WORK. . OF ALL KINDS Custom-work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness, • Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway Phone 2fi5t

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