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SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1980 BLYTHEVrLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS • ^—^-^—^___.—j-i-^^^^_ _ ^^— m ^ -!-•-• — — i »JLJ»JJ^J I rtifcik* I \j\J UJ.\1U1V ll AJ 11 O <— ..^^ " ~~ ~ • ^ — ~ . PAGE FIVE Six TKQs Feature Golden Gloves Action -- Chicks Rally to Down Dyess 39-23 T.*-.:i*MAII L^AUAf " I i' ' i . ____^__ , Tourney Moves ^^ At Rapid Pace vvi/sonfofo Tourney Sites Competition _„.___ To Stiffen; Finals To Be Staged Tonight OSCEOLA, Jan. 28 — Northeast Arkansas Golden Q lovers roared through the semi-finals of the fifth jjfjnmul tournament here last night ^it a blistering pace. The young battlers scored six technical knockouts In the —.....mi RIIULKUIII.-I in me i 1 * *' ii - *jin^a o noys tourney and matches as competition began to "'c senior girls' meet will IM held stiffen. at Wilson Feb. 22 through 25. Wil- The two Shawncc fighters in the son submitted the only bid for these snatweight division. Henry Harrison and James Baglcy. both won their bouts last night, Harrison got a first round TKO over Herbert Robots of Dycss. It nients will be staged in Blythevtile was his thid win in the lourna- Feb. 15 through 18. Blytheville's ment as he won two lights Thurs- bid was tile same as the one sub- day night. Bagley decisioned Billic initted by Wilson. Shawncc Thornton of Burdctte. Pio'-ably the best battle of Ihr night occurred when Dyess 1 Francis bid on the Junior meets. Members of the Executive Com---a-.v -JV.<~M*I\.U «,....• t.'jv-.j i ,»>,\.io mittoe were still in session late tilts Ray met Neal Harrington of Wll- morning, considering prospects for son in a novice flyweight trssle. The hard-punching Harrington , took the decision unanimously bul Ray's determination and courage mane him a crowd favorite. (.annum Gets TKO Coleman Lahnum. Osceoia Higl School gridder, was the most vicious of the 23 lads who stepped Into the ring. He showed class and a prlvcr- izing right hand In gaining a TKO over Clarence Hill of Osceoia in 1:55 of the first loiind in a novice middleweight bout. Jo'mnie Pritche.lt, flyweight of Lepanto, had little opportunity to demonstrate his punching power as he got rid of Dyess' Joe Roberts in 1:03 of the first round when Referee Jimmy Manley decided Roberts had enough. Gene Drew of Wilson gained a f lit decision over Earl Lloyd of ?ess Is three torrid rounds in the . en flyweight division. Finals in the tournament, which will decide Northeast Arkansos' representatives to the Mid-South Golden Gloves in Memphis beginning Feb. 7, will begin at 8 o'clock tonight in the Osceoia High School gymnasium. It was announced last night that an effort will be marie to get exhibition bouts for John and Henry Griffin, Osceola's classy boxing twins, for tonight's card. Other winners last night Include: Mosquitnweight .Dean Nichols. Dyess, decisioned Louis Lane, Wilson; Jimmte Doss Dyess, declsioncd Granvllle Soren. son, Dyess. - . ; Flyweight Davis Johnson. Burdelte, won over Johnnie Bledsoe, Dyess, TKO 1:05 of first round. Featherweight Purvis Jones, OsceolR, decistoned Floyd Bagwell, Kelser. Llghlwclsrhl Billy Boyles, Wilson, won over Bill Ryals, Wilson, TKO in 1:15 of cond round; Bobby Speck, Shaw;e, dectsioned Martin Harrington, Wson. Welierweluhl John Cissell, Wilson, won over Charlie Spears. Lcpanto, TKO in 1:45 °f third round. Middleweight Jimmle Rapcrt, Osceoia, deci- sioned George Brumley, Dycss. Hogs and Baylor Meet Tonight in Little Rock MTTI.E ROCK, Jan. 18. (a*/— Arkansas and Baylor tangle here tonijfht in a gamr which can he the maker or the breaker for either team's Southwest Conference basketball title hopes. The Raiorbacks need to win to keep their lead In the race and to become a more solid favorite i« go on to Ihe championship. If Baylor wins, the Bears, Arkansas, Southern Methodist, Texas A. A M. and Texas Christian will be in a five-way tie for firat place. Arkansas, currently has won Ihrcc loop fames, while losing one. All other teams "have been beaten at Irast twice. Only Rice, with five setbacks, Is out'of the - running. 700 to Get Degrees FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., Jan. 28. (>Ti —About, 700 students will receive degrees from the University of Arkansas tonight. It is the largest mid-year graduating class in the university's history. Miss Muffet FARMfKS FAKMCM MSURAMCr ttCMAMM 1 MS. IXCMMMC San Kith Safety "•»•• wmucr omc« W. L. "BILL" WALKER District Agent' ZOO Isaacs Bid,.., Phone 34!* Res. Phone 2111 Tlie county class B boys and the lenior girls basketball tournaments vere awarded to Wilson, and Blytlie- •Ille won the bidding for the junior neet this morning at a meeting of •chool representatives and the Ex- Wilson Cagers Shawnee Indians' Quintet Loses 28-26 While Girls Bow 34 to 24 •>-.*vvi i-.i'n.-.-,i-iiitiiives ana me rJx- u^mjMv, UIIN. ^o.—aimmii-t; mgn ecutlve Committee of Ihe Missis- Scllt) <il's boys and girls caeers bowed sippi County Athletic Association In '" ""'""" '»—- '•- - -' "•-•'• Osceoia. 'Hie Class B boys tourney and tournaments. The bid was 100 per cent of the gate receipts, less expenses. The Junior boys and girls lourna- also Class A tournament. However it appeared unlikely that nn A tourney will be held this year Representatives of the schools "* luc 311K)U]S concerned voted on the bids submitted this year. Instead of leaving, the selection to the Executive Committee. Vcrnon James, principal of Luxora High School; Omar Stevens principal of Osceoia High School'-' and R. w. Nichols, superintendent of Armorel schools, comprise this committee. Mr. James Is chairman, frank Sanders, superintendent of schools at Osceoia. is chairman of the county association Caruthersville Cagers Win ? From Wardell CAROTHERSVILLB. Jan. 2E Caruthersvillo High School cngcrs took a double victory from Wardell learns here last night with the B boys winning 38-24 and the A boys victorious 38-30. In the B game. Camp led Caru- Ulersvllle wl h 1? poln(s fol|[)w( , d w W , m ' B " rnett ' race < en with 12 and Baker scored . CRnt1r1 f ' Icd the A team to its win by netting 15 points. Jnrrett sc- coimtcd for 12. Wlnkler led Wxr- , !, S, h v. 10 "° lnte and McCulloch »nd Till hooped six each A rally in the closing minutes of « game gave the Tiger A squa[) «%!'' ° t ?, ry - fardel!, after .trailing ?- „ ... ter threc 1 u nr'"s of play tied the score at 30-30 in the fourth' d " , tl E """""fnlwd ! . at the same time staved l5 "° rs fn the Closin 8 ml"B Game Camthersville Pos Camp (18) ... P ™? (3) ..... p' Galther (6) c. Hazel (10) Burnis (i) .O. G. (6) Baker Hanks ...CD Alaloney ....(5) Wilson Substitutions': Caruthersv 1 ,, e _. nM Iy, Van Ausdall. Spain, Henderson Claxton, McCullough and Bernard' Wartiell-Dllllard nnd Ramsey A Game JOINER, . 28.— S High to Wilson teams In a pair of thrillers here last night, The Indian girls were defeated 34-24 in the first game while the boys lost by a two-point, 28-26 margin In the nightcap. It was the second time tills season that the Wilson teams have triumphed over Coach W. C. Hook's Indians and on both occasions the boys' score was light. In the first meeting the Wilson boys won by a four-point margin. Tight defensive play featured the boy's game with neither team up to par on their shooting. The game was close all the way with neither team ever able to claim a sizeable margin. Unilerwooil Paces Wilson Tim Underwood, Wilson's big center, led his team to victory. In addition to hooping 12 points. Underwood was tlie big man under the baskets his re-bound work keeping Wilson in the game. For the Indians, Aubrey Robertson led the scoring with seven points followed by Johnny Harrison with six and Sonny Hlggins and Sonny Housaman with five each. In the girls' game. Patricia Camp- and J. Bo wen led Ihe visitors with 11 and 10 points respectively while Jenny Lynn Smith paced Shawnee with nine points. Wilson lock an early lead in Ihls eame but it was short lived as Shawnee rallied lo come from behind and tie the score at halftimc. A late rally however pulled Wilson ahead to slay. Girls' Came Wilson Pos. Shawnee Campbell (11) ,p <a> smith J. Bowcn (10) F. Price (9) p. Bird . ..' G. Truylor . ....(61 Terry ,..(7) Drewry ..B. Harrison .. Housamim Ashburn G. Andrews CJ. _.. Substitutions: Wilson—Peace and P. Bowcn (4). Shawnec—shannon (2). Hoys' (iame Wilson Pos. Shawnec —Courier News photo GOI.11KN GI.OVKS ACTION 1 — Six technical knockouts featured the semi-final round of Northeast Arkansas' Golden Gloves bouts last night In Osceoia. In the top picture Floyd Bagwell of Kciser scores with a long right against Purvis Jones 01 Osccola. Jones gained a split decision in the ienlhenvei»hl bout. Gene Drew (right photo) of Wilson takes a snort right from Earl Lloyd of Dycss and misses with a left In n fight that gave Drew a win by a split decision in the open flyweight division. II. W'yard (2) G. ...(6) Harrison E. W'yard (2) G. ..(5) Houseman Substitutions:' Wilson — Deer, Mooring and Williams. Shawnee—Adams. ' i Carulhersvllle Pos. Cantrell (15) ..p Wilson (5) ... F' Jarrett (12) ....c. Pankey o. Stephens (6) ..G. B.H.S, Intramural Cage Tournament Gets Under Way Two cage tilts were played In the Blytheville High School Intramural Wardell basketball tournament, Thursday afternoon in the high school gym. In the first game the Pirates of Mrs. Quellmalz's room overpowered the combined rooms of Miss Acre and.Mr. Darby, the team known as the Acre-Darby Clodhoppers, by a two point. 15-13 ninrgin. Jim Gossett scored eight points for the Pirates for high point honors. In the other game the Alexander Aces outscorcd the Bowen Bobcats by a 21-11 score. S. Nelson of lhc Aces was high pointer with eight points. Wardell -(6) McCiilloch 16) Rill .... (1) Hawks ....«) Oaither ..(10) WInklcr Substitutions: Canithcrsvilfe Hawkins (3) and Bowen. County Library Debt Refinanced By Osceoia Firm Outstanding indebtedness on the Mississippi county Library's new building in .Osceoia has been refinanced through the Florida Real Estate and Ixwn Company In the amount of $40.000. Retirement of previous Indebtedness and acceptance of a new mortgage on the building was revealed this week by Dave S. Lancy, president of the library's board of trustees and one of the real estate firm's owners. The refinancing will spread payments on the building over a longer period. Completed last June, the building was constructed at< a cost of »78.000. County and city funds and private donations also were used lo finance construction. Little Rock Gets Funds For Urban Development WASHINGTON. Jan. 28. </T>-A grant of $659,680 for slum clearance and urban development in Mt- tle Rock- has been set aside by the Housing and Home Finance Agency. Po/;o Experts Admit Little Headway Made In Curbing Disease WASHINGTON, Jan 28 <iFt—The search for better ways of treating polio has proved fruitless so far. This was reported to a House Appropriations subcommittee by Dr. Justin M. Andrews, ,1 communicable disease expert of the publis health servirc. His testimony was released lor phbllsallon today. "I know of no advance In the treatment of poliomyelitis," Dr. Andrews testified. "The diagnosis of the disease has .. ^,, improved In the apprehension of my. Charles Signs For Defense Of NBA Title NEW ORK, Jan. 23— M>)— Ezznrd Charles, the NBA heavyweight champion, is going to defend his title In New York state where he Freddie Beshore of Harrlsburg, Pa., in a 15-rounder at Buffalo. Feb. 28. It's okay with the New York State Athletic Commission but you can't mention title. In Mew York, Charles Is only a "logical contender." Across the river in New Jersey, he's the champ. It's all a little confusing. This Isn't the first time, either. In fact, Charles made his lirst "defense" in New York City against Gus Lesnevich last summer. If Ezzy loses he'll "Wow" his NBA title. Beshore, 26, sparred with Charles at San Francisco lust fall when Ez was getting ready to fiffht Pat Valentino. Maybe Hcshorc thinks he found n hole in Charles' defense. "I like to go in an:i fight." .said Bc.shore, summing up his style. Whatever he docs, it didn't work against Lcc Oma who won two decisions over him In the last two months. The last was a close one. .Chairman Eddie Eagan of lhc state athletic cimmLteion, gave his approval yesterday, Insisting that the motch cannot be billed as a. championship fight. ^ It will be the third "defense" for Charles who own the NBA crown by whipping Jersey Joe Walcott at Chicago last June. He knocked out Lesnevich in New York and flattened Valentino in the eighth round Oct. 14. Officers' Rights Limited In Forced Entry Cases, Attorney General States L7TTLE ROCK. Jan. 20-w,- The attorney general's office said ( ~*sy a sheriff may. if necessary cases ,in apparent cases, or asymptomatic cases. "We feel that the key lo Ihrlher knowledge lies In a more thorongh Investigation ol those so-called minor iilne.s.scs, associated with paralytic polio, and we arc attacking the phase in ohr cpldcmlolooical itud- les." Rep. Hcdrlck (D-W va). himself a doctor, asked, "in other words, we are not getting atom; very fast on the subject of poliomyelitis, arc we?' r "We arc not making as much progress as we would like to," I)r Andrews replied. todn . ercssarv break into a building to carry out a court order for seizure of prop- *rty, The authority however Is strictly limited. Assistant Attorney General Jeff Duty said In an opinion to prosecutor James A. Gulhensohn fort Smith, it applies only to shcnffs nnd nol to othcr peac( _ officers and also doe.-, not apply to any type of civil process. 'o u ty Luxora Repels Rallies to Beat Osceoia Fives UIXOfiA, Jan. 28—Luxora High School's caiirrs had to slave off lale rallies but managed to lake a pair af games from visiting Osceoia learns here last n'.ght. I.uxora's girls, after losing- four lirst stringers via Ihe foul route, cut short a late O.sccola rally to save a 58-48 victory In lhc first game and in the second Coach Tye Adams' Panthm outlasted Coach Conrad Garner's Seinlnoles lor a 38-34 win. In the girls' Bumc. Cockrell WAS high lor lhc liomcllngs nelllng 20 points followed closely Uy Helen llanna with 10 and Stephen-son wllh 17. Betly Nell Kobbias led Osceola's scui-ln with 34 points. In the boys' game, Rutherford nnd Stanford shared scoring honors lor the Panthers with 12 points each followed by White with 11. Tommy Spiers led Osceoia with 10 followed by Dunn and Wat-son with six each. Girls 1 Garni: Gel 32-22 Win in Opener Juniors Win Easily; Tribe Overcomes Eagles' Early Lead Coming from behind after a slow [art, the Diythevllle High School Uilckasaws rang up their second Iralght win and Ihelr sixth of the cason last nighl by downing tho all Eagles of Dycss High School 9-33 In the feature game of a Haley Held gym double-header. The victory gave lilythevillo cams n clcanvsivcop of the twin mi. In the first CTUIC, the Junior npoosc* disposed of the Dycss jun- ors In easy fashion with a 32-22 •Ictory. The Chicks had to overtake an wrly lead established by (he vlsll- iiK KaglL-s. but once liicy caught IP the goins was comparatively easy The Chicks led at the end of .he 'list quarter B-B and at in,if time they extended this margin in I.uxo H. Hnima (10)..P Cockrcll (201... P SlcphciiEon (17) P Sexton G Brooks Q Grimes Osceola (Ol Main .134) flohbin; ...(G) Driver Fiddcr Bowel Dunr Sulxslitulions: Luxora—K. llanna Potecl, Clark and Richardson. Os- ceoia—Golden, WiKUlnglon and " Hoys' Game .ILXClrH I'OS, Stanford (12). .F. Rutherford (12) F.. White (11) C., Barch (31 O. Gray G . Substitutions: Luxora—lilll. Os- ceola—Weinbcrg (4). I'erry (2), am SlevciM. ift) Hll (6) Dum (0) Walsoi ....(10) Spier (1) Co) AlC Cage Battle Boils Down To Tech-Arkansas State Fight Cooter, Steele Cage Teams Split Pair of Games COOTER, Jan. 2fi.— Cooler an< Sleele edge teams split here Ins night, the Cooler boys winning, 34 28, while Stcolc's girls took n 28-'^ victory. Cooter held a 1C-12 Imlftimn cdg In the boys game while Stcelc's girl led 10-11 at halftline. Burton paced the victorious Slecl gills with 14 points while Coott \yns led by White find May, eac with citjht, J. Prunklln of Slcelc. and Pirn dcrburkc of Cnotcr ind the toy: teams. Kuch hail nine markers I By Hie Assorialrd 1'rcss +. A.s Generally suspected, it's Arkansas Tech and Arkansas state now In a two-team tight, foi the AIC basketball chiunpionship— will] Tech a slight favorite. At the outset of thus week, 'three tennis— Tech, Stale and Oiiachlln were inutefcaleti In conference play. State defeated Ounchllu, (il-IB Monday night In the first, of this week's two most crucial battles. And Friday night Tech went down to Ouachlta and thlunpcil the Tl»- crs, 72-57. Noiv Tech has a 7-0 record, while State hns won four and lost none. The Wonder Boys of Tech, n preseason favorite, nnd stjito's surprising Indians V.-II1 meet in a showdown at Russcllvillc next Saturday night. They'll tangle again at Jonesboro Feb. 31. Tech led early In Hie name Friday night and was sparked by Hay- mound Tnhor, whn peppered the mc-siips for 20 points. In the- only other loup encounter Friday night, Arkansas A. & M. blasieif UUIc llc«:k Junior College, 72 lo -M. The game was played nt liltllo Rock. It was the Aggies' first away-from-hoinc victory in txo years. Hubert Woods shmvcd tlie way (or lhc winners with IB |.oml.s. o'n'.c rimy have trouble ninlntain- ing ils prrtcct record v/hen it entertains third -place, once - beaten Stntc Tcnchcrs Saturday ntuht Other sanies will find Tech at Hen- Luck is Returning. To Demoret in Ben Hogan Open I'HOENIX, Ariz,. Jan.' 28— M'j— Jimmy Dcmnrct. his golf n.s fancy us his clothes, defends a two-stroke lead in the $111,000 lien Hogan Open today and sees his luck return ed. The Ojkaf, calif., veteran who derson, Mttlo Rock at Arkansas Col- """" rr '»»d by Ocmaret. Ford onl Icec:, ozarks at iicndrix nnci Mac- I '' * n hls firsl roll '"l so flnlshci liolla A. fc M. at Arkansas A A: M '*' " " '•" r "' tl * lic f " r slxlh !>'"<: , ., beat riogan ui the low playoff here, goes Into today's third round ivllh a 1,11, two strokes better than Johnny Palmer nf Badln, N. O. Bantam Ben. In whose honor they nnmcd this event,, skidded over par yesterday and found himself with n KI8 five strokes off the pace- but not out .of the running. He h:id no excuses. "I felt fine I just didn't play very cood golf," ha said. Hogan had an opening day 05 for a tic with Palmer In second place. Yesterday he had a 73. Two rounds remain. Ed Fin-go! of Royal Oak. Mich.. slipped up Into third ptuce with a sl>vlinK OS, ont.shndowcd only by the 0! fired by red hot IJOUK Ford or Yonkers. N. y. That tied the competitive course record which had also been equalled In the opening round by Dcmaret. Ford only ' ....... id To Restore Rail Service HARHIKON. Ark.. Jnn. SB. MV- The Arkansas nnd fwarks itallrnnd has amuiunccd it will begin operation nf freight service between llar- Jack Burke, Jr., of While Plains. N. Y. Sammy Knead, put together his second sub-par round to end In a 13.i tie for fourth place s.'ith Jack Harden nf El I'aso, Sneacl had a M to RO with his GO Thursday am' lliirdcn a f!3 with a fi7. rison nud Sellgman, ,\(o., Feb. In excavations at the tomb of King Zoscr, an Egyptian monarch who ruled about 3000 B.C.. eiabor- ate beer nu-gs were found. For Expert LAUNDRY &DRY CLEANING Call 4474 NU-WA BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA LOWKS'I Amil&ION I'UICK ANYWHKUEt Reserved Seals on Sale at (he Union Arena from G p.m. [Cvcry Monday Monday, January 30 AMJ1.TS r>0c — CHII.nruCN 15c New Slarling Time 8:00 I?OX SKATS ISc BXTIIA ————^— 'Ta» Inchnlrd) TAG MATCH his credit. Slccle Burton (H) . Thompson (0) Wilson (2) .. Oates Hulsey Hcalhcock OlrlR (lame PO'i. P. P. P. O. G. 0. Cooler (4) Itushli . (8) Who 1 (2) McClui ... (8) Mr .... Stcwa Sexl Vnner I,nails Chicks Guard Ted Vance again led the -hicks swish ins through a total of 11 points followed by I>! K Jim Berry wltli 11. Dean paced Dyess with eight points. The Junior (tame wns a slow af fair with the Paps lending nil of Ins v."iy. They R ot the lead at the olf! scl and were never headed. Dycss was unable to do much asalnst this ^np regulars but In the late quarters, when reserves took over they closed the gap a little. Mfontroc Holland scored 12 point, [o lead trie Papooses followed by Donnl.i Gentry with tcvcn. Barnc, and Hummi.lc.i led Dyess with sk ' onus each, ' ' Tuesday night, the Chicks remain at hnme to play the Joncsboro Hurricane and the Paps and Souaws BO lo Holland, Mo., for a pair of Bi>ni,.s, The Hninxws wcrr idle In.f night. lnst .hlnlnr Ciame •Ilici-nic Pos. Dyesi cc,Vtr>'"n, :"F '(.nVSit Holland (12) o (8) Humphrli') °'" r j°" < 41 ... G .. (4) Crlswcil Ch " t lf™ O ... '2) Nichols Subslllulloiu: Blytheville — Mosey (1), Hall (1), Gilbert (2). tang- ley, Hill, Skclton, Cobb. Privctfc, HlKgcn.ion, Nehon and Mabry. Senior Ciamn nlvthcvllle POI. DVIM Stlrcs (5) p.... (3) Fur? w 'so m I'... (2) Francis "«"•»• <'» C . ... (8) Dean "• ncr '-.v G (4) HumphriCB Vance (11) ...... a... (4) c.rlswell Su))slilullonRt Hlylhcville — Harris-ill, Diiriihnm (2i, Bunch, Droks nnd Craflon. Dycss — Hcnson (2>, Holl'ngswoith, Cox and Hall. Mofrrran To Be Teamed With Substitutes: Slcele — Cllrlsllan, cn « T!IB return of an oldtimer nnd the Initial appearance of a newccmcr wln lilghliht action In the Amerl(2), Mcthcnln <1>, Farmer Cooter—Perry, Evans. Cooper. Hnys (lame Steclc Pos. Cooter Uimb M) F (3) Booth J. Franklin (9) F <8) Mny C. Franklin Uishop 17) Christian (4) C. O. G. (0) F'dcrburkc (I). . Jones (0) Ijuld Substitutes: Slccle—Fnndci burke (3i. Crawford, ElhcridKC (1). Cooler —Edwards (4), Hunt (3). Strike Causes Layoffs TOLEDO, O,, Jnn. !!»--(/TN—Two thousand of 6,000 production workers in five Toledo plants of the Electric AuUi-Lltc Co, were laid off Friday [or the duration or the Chrysler Corp., strike, Roycc G. Martin. I'rcsloVnt announced. Auto-Litc'.s Toledo plants manufacture startcr.l. gcnci ntor.s, di.sirl- bnlors, colU and other clectric.il equipment for Chrysler. wrcstlin? bimts at Memorial Auditorium Monday nislit. Al pr-in, a 200-poimder "will" ha makhlg his first appearance In Blytheville when he lemns with Jack Moody, the rclurnlni; oldllmer. In the Ing match feature Qclz and Moody will team again=t Ralpr Garabaldl. the K?st St. Lo'jti. 111., heavy«-fi"hl, ami Tex Rilcy of 'Mule Shoe, Tex., In the main event taij bout. Get is hilled as a ton-rated heavy. wclRnt wllh a number years experience. He 1m appeared In a number of Ihe larger cities of the nation w'-nrc he roclc-vcd lop booking. M"ocly. a 23fl-poi]ndi-r from Ten. nc.-.w. has been al»cr.t from Blv- Ihc'VlHe foi 1 more than a year. Ho Is on» of the liupeM. wrrsslcrs in this circuit i>nd Is n Stranglcr Lewis hendlock arll.sl. In addition lo the main event two one-full preliminary bout= r.lso ara on the card. In the first, Garab.ihil will meet Moody, with net and IWey tangling In the second. In England It's the Chemist Shop In France It's the Apothecary Shop In Biythcyille It's STORE For Expert Prescription Service RALPH GARABALDI and TEX RILEY versus AL GETZ and JACK MOOPY Also 2 1-Fall, 30-Minutc Matches Gorabaldi v». Moody Rilcy vs. Getz WOOD WORK MACHINE WORK

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