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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUABY 31, 1950 Chicks And Hurricane Clash at 8 Tonight—B Teams Head Down Home Stretch Jonesboro Given 1 Edge over Tribe Rivalry of 2 Decades ' To Flare for Second Time This Season One of Arkansas' oldest athletic rivalries will flare nne\v tonight when the Blytheville Cllicks and the Jonesboro Golden Hurrioa clash nn Uie Haley Field gym court. Only one game i.s on the slare and it is scheduled for 8 o'clock. The. Jonesboro-Blylheville alli- letic fued dates back more than two decades and is considered one of the hottest In thc stale. Dining this 20-odd'years the Hurricane has been supreme in basketball but tlie Chicks vrere. masters on (lie footbull ficln. Last year, Blytheville defealci the Jonesboro eagers for the firs 1 t!nie in 15 years but the chance. 1 of Ihc Chicks repeating this fejl th[s year are indeed slim. Tlie Hurricane is touted fis oni of the top tennis of the state, having lost, only one engagement, a 12 point decision to the Leachvllle Lions earlier In the season. This will be the .second meeting „ this season between thc chick: ant ^the Hurricane. In tlie first game two weeks ago at Jonesboro, Coach Eugene Osment's quintet ran ove Coach James Fisher's chicks by a 60-32 score and the MB Wind i: rated some 20 points favorite in to night's contest. • N Injuries io Slow Teams \Hovrever, Injuries are expected t< slow down both teams. Since til first meeting Jonesboro has IDS three of its starting five while til Chicks have sidelined two starter due/ to injuries. Co-Ciiplaln Die Reid and his substitute Don Buiic' ire expected to sit tonlfc-ht's ill out due'to. ankle injuries. For Jonesbpro, forward Tom At Wnson, guard Sam Matins and con ter Jack Caldwell are expected t watch tlie game from the dench Atkinson Is si ill suffering from head Injury received early this sea •on. Mathls Is nursing a badl sprained nnkle And Caldwell, til Hurricane's big sophomore cento has been benched for the remalnde of the season due to a fracture Blytheville's Squaws and Papooses will be on the road tonight, going to Holland, Mo., for a pair of games. The Paps are scheduled to meet the Holland juniors at 7 o'clock with the Squaws meeting ths Holland : girls st 8. This will be the Paps' and Squaws' Xrst . meeting ' with the Missouri : teams. The Paps v;Ul be after their ; IfJth victory: of the season ngainst only one loss while the Snimws are Btlll looking for their fkst win. Steele Cagers Win Twin-Bill From Cooter County Tourney Pairings Jimior Hoys Feb. 15-18 (At Blythcvillc)' Upper li racket 'Missco vs, Shawnce Oscrola vs. Burdette Reiser vs. Dyess *LcftChville vs. Bye. Lower Bracket •Blytheville vs. Bye WhUton vs. Victoria Go.snoH vs. Wilson •Manila vs. Luxora. Junior Girls Feb. I5-1B (At Brytheville) l'j>|ier ftracket *WiLson vs. Bye GosncU \'.s, Dyc.s.s Miwco vs. Mniiila •Osceola vs. Bye. I.OWIT liraL*Uell *Ijiixora vs. Bye Whitton vs. Shawnee Lcnehvllle vs. Victoria •Keiscr vs. Bye. Chiss It rtnyx ' Feb. 22-25 rAl WilKonl lljiner Brucktl •Dycss vs. Bye Bnrtlctte vs, Osceola Gosnell vs. Bye "Luxora v.s, Bye. l.ouer Jlr;ict\L't •Wilson vs, Bye Dell vs. Bye Itfissco vs. Keiscr •ShRWiiec vs. Bye. SVniiir Girls Feb. 22-25 (At Wilson) l'p|>cr RrnnUeti *Dell vs. Burdctlc Manila v.s. Blyihcville. Shaw»<?e vs, Leachville * AI iss eo vs. Bye. 'l.owiT ItnickctI 'Kei.ser vs. Bye Dyuss vs. WiUon Gosnell v.s. Osceola. *Luxora vs. Bye. (*) Seeded learns. Getz, Moody Lose to Riley And Gar aba! di STEELE, Mo., Jan. 31 — Steele High School's senior hoys and girls basketball teams took a double vic- ' tory from teams of Cooter High School here last night. In the first game, the Steele pirls downed Cooter 42-31 and ii the second coach Berime Wclhrtm's Bulldogs barely got by the Wild oats by a 34-32 margin. Burton led the home team In the girls' game with a total of 22 points. For the visitors White wa. high with 16 tallies. In the boys' game, TMnderburl of Cooter was high for the nigh Tvifch 2V points f*i\lo^eti by J. Franklin of Slenle with 13 and Bishop of Steele with 12. Steele held a 23-H kad at halt- time intermission biit a determined Cooter drive in the filial two quarters closed the gap. The lineups: Girls' Game and Ralph Garabali big Jack Moody Holy Cross Crusaders Voted Nation's Best for Third Week Sports Roundup flnjh FulJertan Jr. NEW YORK, Jan. 31. (/P>—The Army is looking for football, bas- kctbaU and baseball coaches for overseas duly at $4,600 to $5,7fiQ per year—but that doesn't explain why top-flight college football tu- ,ors are quitting jobs because of "unsatisfactory" contracts .... Coaching probably is the most uncertain profession you can imagine, ami these guys seem to be going out of their way to make it more uncertain—for tehmselves and for their assistants. —Courier News Photo S'J'KKLR BUI.1J)OGS—-Although they failed to live up to early season expectations the Bulldogs ot Steele Hitfh School are witnessing a winning season, Coached by Beanie Wilhehn, former Arkansas State College hardv/cod great, the Bulldogs are rated one of the top teams cf Southeast Missouri. Members of the team arc: front row Heft to right)- -Paul Crawlord, Johnny Christian, Kenneth Frame mid Buck Walking. Second row—Herman Ethridgc, Chip Franklin, and Carlos Lamb. Back row—Jerry Franklin, Howard Cameron mid Larry Bishop. - j George Mikan. Voted Century's Top Cage/ Tex Rilcy 3iiL-!'Oiighed icwcomer Al Gelz and took th decision 111 the tug mntcli fent.ur 'f the American, legion's U'rcsdtr bouts at Memorial Auditorium las Hilcy and Onrabahil milled t ixko the Jast two falls io gal :he decision In the best two i .hrce falls affair. Moody ami Gc von only tlie first full. They ah ost. In the preliminary bouts. Tliis was the first appearan here for Get*, a veteran lieav. weight, and the first hi're in near a year for Moody. The two tou«hi .enmed well together but were t< stow for Rilcy and Garabalcll. I\foody niiri Get/, won the finit- rall after 17 minutes of rough and tumble grappling, with Moody defeating Garnbaldi in 12. minutes with a body pin and Gel'/, defeating Riley in rive minutes with body slams and n pin. A /referee's decision gave Riley nnd Gnrabnldi the nod in the second round. Referee Johnny Parrel!, pinch-hitting for Mike Mcroney, disqualified Moody and Get?, aftuf 1-1 minutes for illegal u.se of thc ropes and continued fouling in spite of numerous warnings Rllev and Garabnldl came roaring back to take the third fall in 14 minutes, with Garnbaldi eliminating Getx in 10 minutes with a body pin. and Rilcy defeating Moody in four minutes with kangaroo kicks and fl rionhlc jack knife. Ill thc two one-fill preliminary nits. Oarabaldl defeated GcU In 15 minutes with a Japanese leu lock and Rilcy was awarded the decision nfler Moody was disqualified after six minutes. Btecle Burton (22) . Thompson <6> Wilson (14) . Oates Hnlsey HeathcocV. ... Substitutions: p F P, G G O Steele — Cootcr '161 White C4> nusliins; fni May Sexton . Pero Farmer and College Cage Results Cooter — Stewart, Kvan.s Bankston. Boys' Game Steele Pas. Coolin- Lamb M) P (H Tloollin J. Franklin O3> F -5^ MLIV C- Franklin <3> C <2I) Fnndprburk Bishop (12) .. G I2> Jones Christian (2> .G (It Ijictrt Substitutions: Cooter — Edwards (2) and mint. By tin- Associated 1'ri'SS ViUnnovn 71. Horon Hull 54. | St. Bonavcntme fi5, Texas WPS- ; leyan 5ft. Kentucky 58, Vanderbiit 54. Western Kentucky 79. Tnmpa Till a ne fi8, Tf-nressre SS. ChUMtio I.ovola 41, Oklahoma cV At. 31. Nebry.^kst 65. Kansas State By Ted Meier -I . NEW YORK, Jan. :il. I/Pi- -E[»ht i years ago he was just a big uwk- [ ward guy. i Today George Mikan was named the greatest basket ball player of the last 50 years by sportswhters and broadcasters participating in the Associated Press in id-century poll. It Is skr'iificanl that it seems hardly ncci'ssary to identify Mikan a.s thc former DePaiil University star now with thc Minneapolis Lakers in the National Basketball Association. Mikan 1ms developed to the point where he is called by many "Mr. Basketball." The electric lights, on Madison Square Garden's marquee blink "George Mikan v.s. Knicks" when thc Lakers meet- the New York Knickerbocker.s. That is symbolic of the mastery Mikan has achieved in the cage sport. Bespectacled Miknn, G feet Q. who holds virtually all the individual scoring marks hi thc NBA, polled 139 of the ;i80 votes cast. Lnisrlli Second Hank Luisctti, Stanford's whi/ of 13 years ago, was very much in t LiiK- lie got the runnerup spot with 123, Isptti averaged Ifi 8 points for Q5 gaine.s during >ii> college career compared to Mikan's 1D.1 for 98 Kntnc.<«. Lulsctti'.s high one game mark wa.s SO points at;iiinst Du- quesnc compared to Mikan's 53 against Rhode Island State. Miknn and lAiisetti far mudis- tanccd the others. Mat Holman, of the original New York Celtics and now coach of City College of New York, was third with 31. Chavlny (Chuck) Hyatt. Pitt flash of 23 years ago. was foifi th with 16 unit Aic-x Groza. stnr of Kentucky's NCCA champions last year and now with Indianapolis In the NBA, fifth \viih 13. Joe Fulk.s, of thc Philadelphia Warriors whose 63-poinl single parne mark in the NBA Mikan lias yrt t<: j eclipse, and Forrr.st <Fird i TJcber- j nnrdi. who played with the St t Joseph (Mo) UiHnrds in thr twen- ! ties, each received seven votes am r I tied for sixth. •ope .skipping daily to loosen his cgs and trim down his wai.sLHne. With Meyer feeding him the bull rom beyond the free throw circle Mikan worked alternate 15-minute j periods on right juul left hand shots, I and on tip-ins from under the bys-' ket. How well Mikan learned thc game is indicated by this compliment from Lapchiek; Mikan is the greatest single force basketball ever had. in the old days they clubbed up better, but he -Js i'o tJreut tlmt ho matter how they played basketball he would be thc best." Barnhill Strikes At TCU Tactics Hogs 1 Athletic Head Says Horned Frogs Played Rough, Too Wayne Terwilliger, the Cubs' second baseman who jumped from college to ihe big leagues in M months, graduates from Western Michigan College this week, S|iorls Kcfor^ Voiir Kycs Travis TidwcU, the Auburn star, likely will piny pro football for the Giants if lie can also make •lew York con nee lion as a radio .ports announcer . . . Hal Paddock, the popular Clevelander, one of the few amateur golfers honored with an Invitation to the Masters Tournament this year. Fie was surprise quarter finalist in the 1 National Amateur ... A hoss that has been making history at 'Hialeah by running last in every race he lias started, bears the appropriate name of Sloes Moe. Kentucky Edc^es Vanderbiit 53-54; Ohio State Wins NEW YORK, Jan 31. OFt—Il'pl' ranking Ohio State. Kentucky and Western Kentucky came tbn-,u9,h viih biiskefball victories last night fliilp Kansas State stumbled. Oliio Stale 112-3), si'venth-innketl n'int^t in this week's A.^ocir>'-t'cl 'rfss poll. poEiMied off Purdue. r»9- 2. to tiske a tighter hold on first iJacc :*i the western conference. Kentia-ky U-I-4) hart a hard timo lownin:; Vanderbiit, 58-54 V;in<l / '1I-G) now shares the Soiilhoastern Conference lend with Auburn T!io Pigcrs defeated Mississippi. 77-63. to make their SEC record G-2. Western Kentucky 05-4) hart it ea.sy with Tampa. TE1-59. Jebrnfkn Hl-4) upset 'bis ssvon leader Kansas Stnto in ovcrlitn»* 05-G3. Thc loss drn]>pcd K-Sf:ur Into a three-way tie for first with j the Cornhuskcrs and Kansas. Tulnne fl2-41 kept in the SKC Kile cha.se with n 68-55 victory over Arkansas Students Win Top Honors as Judges of Livestock FORT WORTH. Tex.. Jan. 31. (AP)—Howard Underwood of thc TJniver.sHy of Arkansas Collr^e of Agriculture, yesterday walked off v;lth individual honors in the d.iivy entile jucikjing at the So»UrA - e,stern ExT>o,slt!on Show. Underwood and (hrce otlierte.Ain- niatr.s fi - om Arkanj;^ were awarded trophies for winning the senior contest. ' Ohio st:ifc $). Purdue 5'-'. K^nsns ?fi. Drnko 50- Dc(roH C4. Marqnnttr 5.S. Cent rill Missouri SUilr 5S. Knulh eas: Mipf.cnri Kiate 51. Ottawa <Kas'- ST, Einpoiia iKa 41. OkliOininn 5S. Trxns 41 Oklalioinn City 4F>, Wirhitu 41. Hrishrtm You nt; f!l. llhih 51. WvLimuR 32. Utah SiMe l >8. Improved elet ttonie rquij; will auu>m;i1i< :illy trap a radio- [ equipped WTaibrr bal!ov>n nnd re- i cord it,s flight path. Since the unils] also can DO cipt>rntcd by remote ! control, it no longer i.s ncccwmy | for the opcMitor to sit through incle- | J Two other nu-mbcrs of the orii;i i nnl Nev: York Critics—.Ion l,;vpchirk now roach of New York in the NBA I .i!Hl Uutch Ilehnrrl. credited wilt Invent i tie: the rnorlern pivot, pin at Chattanooga in ijl^fi— lieti fo eighth. Knrh go! six votes. Bob Kurland. Ohlahonin A \- M* star of four and live years opo rim now with the Phillip Oilers, rotn pleH's Ihc top ten. Ho received lou vofes, Miknn plnyrd onlv n few pames rt( Quis-Ify Pn v p;ir:itory Kmninsiry bcforr reportinc to Hay Meyer, l^e- Fant C<mrh. His chief asset was j his height, his willingness to accept ! instructions and his refusal to .slack- 1 cm a risorous Irr-inins procedure. 1 Mryer ber;nne ronvim'dl that to j bf-coinc a grent player Mikan needed i only ccHirdination. Unbriilcn St. Bonvnntiirc won Jy; llth same, defnntinp tonring Te::ns Wesley an. 65-59. Villa nova (H-it tmileti. Scton Hsill durin? most of the first half before spurting to n 71-54 victory. Wyoming f!9-5> cdqed Utah Sf'Mr, 32-28, mid IJrighnni Young defe.ilrd Utah. Gl-51. in Skyline Six hr:id- linprs Clyde l.ovelette scored 36 points in lending Kansas to a 76-50 roiy of hnndr LITTLE ROCK, Jan 31. (AP) University oi Arkansas Athletic Director John BunihU! has started to unloosen a bag of tricks, which he hopes will icinove a blot from tlie Razorbacks' football record, One i.s attempting to prove that Texri.s Christian plays a brand of football as rough, if not rougher, than TCU accused Arkansas ol doing. TCU Coach Meyer charged Arkansas roughed up his boys in the 1949 encounter at Fayetteille. Thc j charge led to TCU's protest io the I Southwest conference which in turn cciiMircd Arkansas for "rough" football tactics. Brvrnhill is aUempting to set thc Southwest. Conference to reconsider the case and remove the bfoL Irani Arkansas' record. In the menntitne he i.s making a lour of the si ate with a movie of the 1948 TCU-Arkansas game in which two Razorbaek,s Rridders™-Jitn Reschart and Harold Stockton— suffered fractured jaws. The. films shows throe instance's of TCU players .swinging elbows into the jsws of Arkansas players. Bnrnhil! told the Razorbacks Ixxisters club here yesterday that "we did not protest that game." He added: "Te been in football as a player and a coach for more than 20 years find it's a rough game. I think our game with TCU last fall was just another football game. The inlcnf. hns a lot to do with it f roughness) and, II we were rough I assure you i it wsi.s not intentional." Arkansas won both the 10-18 and i949 games, Soon after Coach Meyer's protest. B;irnhiH was quoted a.s say that he considered thc charges as "personal a!front." At Ft.. Worth. Texas., last night Meyer .said he admitted at the time he made the protest that his players were guilty of roughness. A request lor a rehearing on the censure has been filed with the Southwest Conference. No action has been taken. Hollywood Continued from page 6 film carper . . . Mercedes McCain- bridge, the radio actress who scored in "All the King'.s Men." nixed two long-lerm contract offers from Warners and UI. She prefers to free lance. Worked wonders Henry Wilcoxin is DRCK in Hollywood after a five-months tour of the country as advance ballyhoo man for "Samson anci Delilah." He lectured at schools, before chtirch and civic groups anci to women's clubs on production details of bringing the Biblical story to the screen Although tlic primary objr tlie tour wns to sell Ihc OeMlHe project, \Vilcoxm handled himself so u-ell I bat the whole film industry profiled. Only discordant not was a good- natured argument with a Bible student in Chicago. The student argued that Samson was 11 feet tall and that Vic Mature just wasn't big enough to play him. Wilcoxin assured the fellow that DeMille hart tried, unsuccessfully to find an actor 11 feet tall. By Joe Falls NEW YORK, Jan. 31. <AP) — "Sure, we think we're the best In the nation . . , and we'l! keep on thinking it until somebody heals us." ' 'Die speaker? Lester Sheary. coach of unbeaten Holy Cross which today was voted the nation's top basketball team for the thirtj straight week ' in the Associated Frets poll. ,' l Te a n i pi ay 11 ns done it, too, 1 Sheary said. "We use a throe-platoon system, employing' 15 players After all, common sense says 1J men can outrun eight or nine." The "triple-teaming" lias added up io 14 straight victories for the classy New Englanders. ! Although idle last week, Holy Cross totaled 1,446 points. Duque.sne (14-0), pride of Pittsburgh, placed second with I,(MO [joints. The two ad pro arc (lie only major uubeat- i teams in the country, Bradley 117-3) registered impressive triumphs over Tul.sa and St, Louis to advance from sixlh (.0 iluvd place, close behind came Long Island University *ll-2> in fourth. St. John's of Brooklyn (16-2). wh ic h ruled 111 e roost f n r several weeks, held its No. 5 -si>ot, followed, in order, by Kentucky (14-4), Ohio Stale <13-2> I,a Sullc U2-21, North Carolina State (15-3) and CCNY (10-2). Significantly, six of the top 10 are independent eastern squads. Another odd note was a Kansas State, ranked IHh, AHhouph omitted from the "manic circle," the K-Staters headed the ILst of nine voters. The top ten: (First place votes in parentage anrt records inciud- ina Inst night's sanies with points ' 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basl?.) oaut Records I'uTcits 11 Games Slated In County Tonight Chips Are Down as Teams Eye Tourneys Three Weeks Hence Mississippi County's high school basketball teams continue their grueling schedule of names tonight with at least 11 tilts slated withal the county and six on foreijj courts. With only three, weeks left before the county tournaments, the IB schools of tlie county that sponsor basketball teams are now beginning to concentrate on the closhiR out of their season as they head do'.vn 1. Holy Cross <92) 2. DuQue.snc (10) . 3. Bradley HI 4. Long Island (7) St. John's (4) .. Kentucky (6> .. 1. Ohio State (6) . 8. La Salle (5) ... 9. N. C. State (G) .. 10. C. C. N. Y .14-4 H-0 17-3 14-2 1C-2 14-1 12-3 12-2 10-2 10-2. 1,445 1,040 778 756 5-13 542 534 511 XO 360 Goldcnrod, bane of hay fever mf- ferer.*!, can be niaile to yield a -sweet oil that imparts a licorice flavor to candy and chewing guru, 3 SWC Schools To Start Spring Practice Friday DALLAS, Jan. 31. Wt —Three, of tlie seven members of the Southwest Conference start spring football practice next Friday. They are Texas, Texas Christian ami Texus A. and M. Rice, the defending champion, will wait until next Monday. Arkansas will swing into the grind March 3 under Us new coach, Otis Don gb.s. Baylor and Southern Methodist have not yet set the dales for opening spring training. Baylor awaits the arrival of its nc\v coach. George Saner, who quit, nt Navy lust year. Southern Methodist will start spring football about the nviddle of February. SMU also has a new coach, H. N. i Rusty) Russell, who stepped up from an assistant's job when Matty Rel! retired recently. Bell is athletic director. the home stretch. , The .spotlight will focus on Blytheville tonight where one of the oldest athletic rivalries in Arkansas * will he renewed. This game will pit Blythcville's Chicknsaws against tlie invading Jone.sboro Huvrio n ne in a top-nrleh Class A panje t' : will be the headline! 1 iti thc county, ft will l>e thc second meeting of the two schools this year and the Chicks wil] he .seeking to avenue an earlier tfO-32 licking dealt them by the Hurricane. And there will he plenty of Class B action throughout thc county ton i" hi. At Grisnoll, the Gusnell Pirates, who finally snapped their losing streak at six games last week, will go p.ftei 1 their second win in a row and their 13th of the season tonight when they tnngle with Wildcats of Cooter. Mo- Coot er and Gosnell will play a double-header v.-Eih the Dili's teams of the two schools meeting In the first game at 7:30 and the boys' teams meeting one hour later. Oscooln to Invaile l>cll Al Dell tonight. Coach Conrad Gamer's Osccola Seminolcs invade the Dell High School gym for a pair of games with Coach Chaijj^ > Kennett's Blue Jays, The f Sli Same, at 7:30, will pit thc Osceola girls against the Dell girls and in the second the boys teams will square off. Luxora and shawnee renew .their hardwood feud tonight with a double-header at Shnwncc. The girls' teams mtct at 7:30 and at 8:30 the boys' teams meet The top girls game of the week will be played at Keiser tonight when Wilson anci Keiser swap dribbles. Keiser ha.s the top rated girls' team of the county and Wilson ir, listed among the top four. This game will be a preliminary in a twtn-biU with t h e boys' teams meet ing in the nightcap. Only one B team plays outside the county tonight and that g'-mie will send the Dyess Eagles to 'fur- re!! for H double-header* In Class A. netion, Manila will plvy hast to teams from Caraway in a twin bill ai the Manila gym atul ueachville journeys to Para- goitld for a pair of games with Greene Comity Tech- Puerto Rico, wi acres of land, has 1,500,000. th its 2200,000 a population of Misdemeanor Charge ,jp Ff/cc/ in Assault Case FAYETEVlIJ.fi. Avk., Jan, 31. i API--A Hi-year-old Washington County youth hns been charged with jiFsauH and battery in connection with the riealh of a University of Arkansas employe. Earl Gibson. Springdale. Is accused of .sUig«ing Css^le Smith, a.^ist- aiit librarsau at the university, last Ten per cent of nil male deaths week. In fleeing from the nitacfc. and 14 per cent of nil female deaths Smith was injured fatally when he are caused by cancer. ran into the path of an auto. Drake. 'Loyola of Cliicago Frank Snyder of Ark:.n.-;i.s wns weather \v>iile collecling high point man in thc Guernsey Division and the Arkansas, team was first in thc group judging. £K-:» I a basket brill player as he wauled to be," Meyer rernils." "And ho determined Eo be (lie best. Nut mily was lie patient ami hrud work- iiitr. but also thc tno:4 intoiligenL phtyor I've evei had." The first stop was 15 tinnulcv; of Radioactive silk lias been spun by two moth, larvae. Interest centers i iiot In silk as a fiber or fabric, but i In silk as ft chemical compound. ! RENT A CAR lime Anywhere Vow 1'lea.se Simpson Oil Co. 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