The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 1, 1950 · Page 7
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 1, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1850 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN /•I • • I* IV . I ~~~~ J-AUE BEVEN Chicks Bow To Jonesboro 56-50; Paps And Squaws Split Pair With Holland Tr ' be ! S C1 ° Se 'Strong W//son B^fFOTirOSlMHaMSraaHZra ^... r_.: «.—,.,._,. ' liminrc D.IU Is Close To Pulling Upset Locals Controlled fa Ball in First Period; Wind Ahead at Half Coach Jimmy Fisher's Blythevllle Chk-kasaws came within that proverbial cat's whisker of pulling the bluest upset of tho season but couldn't quite make the grade and bowed to the hurrying Hurricane of Jonesboro 56-50 at Haley Field gymnasium last night. playing a deliberate, ball-con(rol- lini,' slow break, the Clucks led their ace rivals from Craighead County during the liivt quarter, but tried to play Jonesboro's fast brand of ball momentarily and suirendi'red that lead h: the second ejliarfer. And from there on they couldn't catch up. Jonesboro opened with a zone defense but flayed on it only a few minutes. The Chicks used ball control and good passing to slip through the zone and build up a lead. From there on it was man-to- man for both teams. I.«lil Tlio Great At hnlftimc the Hurricane left the floor holding a 28-16 lead nnd that 12 points proved Blythcville'o .stumbling block. The Chicks returned in tiie third quarter to outplay Coach Eugene Oinient's ag- pregatio lithe rest of the way but couldn't overcome that 12 ixiint lead. _ Bif Jim Berry, the Chicks cen- Qh-, scored 21 ixiints; for Blythevillc most -of them coming from rebounds in the half. But the bis gun of the night was Jonesboro's Charley Keller \vlio whiffed through 23 points to lead the Hurricane. Keller teamed with center Don- pan Abernathy to lead Jonesboro's offensive attack. Abernathy, a tall, rangy, eagle-eyed lad, accounted for 19 points. The game was the second meeting between tlie two teams this year. Tn the first at Jonesboro the Hurricane ran over the. sophomore- studded Chicks CO-32. The Chicks remain at home Fvi d?.y night to meet a strong touring Arkadelphia squad. The Badger: are one of the stronger Class A teams of central Arkansas ami while in this vicinity wll also meet the Leachville Lioiis. Jonrvboro Pos.' Blythevillc Snider (2) F (10) Sliros Atkinson (2) .. F . (0) wise Alwmathy (ID) C... (21) J. Berry Keller (23) .. G... (3) B. Berry •Broadway (5) .G (7) Vance S'.ib-titutions: Jonesboro— Sloan £1', Troxcll (2) and Yielding. Bly^.'Ville—Harrison, Heid and Bunch. . Wilson Team Grabs 45-16 Victory WILSON, Feb. 1 — Wilson and Keiser divided a pair of basketball games at Keiser last night with tlie Wilson boys and the Keiser girls victorious. Reiser's girls team, rated tops | in the county and one of the best Northeast Arkansas overcame Coach Roy Stobaugh's Wilson sextet 36-21 In the first game and in the second Wilson's boys, the top B team of the county and one of the best in this section of Ihe state, aalked over Kciscr's Yellow Jackets 45-16 in the feature 6 a me. Led by Crews and Johnson who scored 15 and 12 poinls respectively, the Keiser girls led Wilson all the way hut the Wilson scxiet made a name of it from the start. Campbell paced Wilson's scoring with 12 points. In the boy's game Forrester scored eight points to lead Wilson followed closely by E. Wondyard with seven and Webb with six. Anderson led Keiser with five points. {Shis' Game Poi. Wilson . F F . F G G G Loie Rally Gives TCU 4§-44 Win Over East Texas COMMERCE. Tex., Feb. 1. (AP) —Texas Christian came from behind in the last 35 second.s last night to beat East Texas of the Lone Star Conference, 48-44. The Fro?.s. ticrl with Texas for fifth place in the Southwest. Conference ,lcd at the half, 20-23. But seven minutes deep in the second half, East Texas went ahead, 3534. TCU, only Southwest Conference team active last night, tied it up five times after that, but with 35 seconds loft the Lions led. 44-42. Then Gene Schmidt and John Campbell each scored a field goal and a free throw to win the panic. Harvey Frrmme, with 21 points, spaiked TCU. f!o!!ywood Continued from Page 6 in rabbit's suit to pose with Jimmy Stewart for Kapler public- iiy pictures. Jimmy will do the film version of "Harvey." . . . Jimmy Dura n to nnrt Margie Little are head- .c-i! for the altar. Producer Benedict Bogcaus has put tiny Gnylc Reed under contract afrrr seeing her performance in "Johnny One Eye." She's the (i- yar-olrt Atlanta, da., miss he discovered when she posed for a mag- nzine ad. Hollywood failles: Hick Bare and t lories Kusscli were nnec hitter rivals fnr Nancy Guild's ham!. Both rrrnvrrril from their rrush for the ocauli-ous Nanfy anil the rlnsest arc novr Bare fnls In Hollywood ami Husscll. Jane Wyman was tho first to entertain Richard ("Tlie. Hasty Heart") Tortd nnrt his wife Catherine Bogle %en they arrived here front Enjr- l-niirt. She played cupid before their marriage in England when she was there making "Slagc Fright." IN TIIR CROOVK Larry Porks' first record in cs on . .V"- M records did so well-especially the nne w | t |, Betty Garrctt lined, -Why Wontcha"—that the company llas callcd hlm hack to cu, four m ni . Ci Another, with Bcttv. will be called "Can I Come in for R oecoilrl." Apnroximatjjy 600 h ,,nt crs ar e n.ii-n and another 3000 Injured an- :n , nc Uni(< , d states. RENT A CAR Drive Anywhere Vou Tlense Simpson 6i] Co. Phone 937 Keiser Johnson (12) Dalrl (0) .. Crews 115) . Glrdlcy Anins Williams (12) Campbell . (8) J. Bowen (4) Price Bird Taylor Andrews Substitutions: Keiser — DcLancy. Brock and Poag. Wilson — p. Bowen. Brinkley and Grccnwell. Buys' Game Pos. ..F. Forrester t8) H Woodyard (3) F. Tim Underwood, (4) Tom Under- Kciser (4> Kennedy . (3) Mobley ... (1) Pace . (1) Bullion . .. (5) Anderson wood (4) . . G E Wflodyard (1) G ' . Substitutions: Wilson — Carroll (4), Deer (4), Boyles ll), Mooring, Muncy (4i and Webb (6). Keiser — Green and Mason. Stee/e Divides Pair of Games With Wardell STEELE. Feb. 1. — Stccle School's cage teams divided games with Wardell of High pair here last night with the girls winning 43-35 and (he boys losing 41-28. Patty Burton led Stecle's girls to victor.}- with 20,points followed by Thompson with 10. Ring led Warden with 18 followed by McCrary with 10. Till led Warden's boys to their win witii to points followed by Winker xvith nine. For Stcele, C. Franklin was high with 13 and J. Franklin scored seven. Girls' Game Slecle Pos. Burton (29) F. Thompson (10) F. ......(181 Ring Wilson (2) F. ..(io) McCrary O^cs F Evans Hulsey G Harris Heathcock . ...G Edwards Substitutions: stcelc—Farmer and Wardell,— Spears and Wardell ...15) Bullock Anderson. Gills (2). Boys' Game PCS. Stccle . Lamb (2) p. J. Franklin (7) .p. C. Franklin (13 c. Bishop (6) .....G. Christian .(5) McCulloch ... . (6) Hawkins (10) Till '41 Hawks ...<6) Gaithcr Substitutions: Stccle — Watkins and Ethridge. Wardell—winkler (0) Hendrix Defeated By State; Tech Downs^Ozarks Br The Associated Press Arkansas Tech and Arkansas State arc ruling; on undefeated toward their Saturday night AIC fhowdown nt Russellvillc. The two leaders of the basketball tille chase won again last night. Tech's Wonder Boys made if nin_ conference decisions In a row by vyallopinc College of the Ozarks 70 (o SB. The defeat just about ruined Ozarks' chances to repeat >« champion, lor it • its third. Tlie Mountaineers salvaged some con- sMatinn as their Gnylc Kaundart led the scorers with IS points. The Indians of State humbled lowly Hendrix 76 to 55. Here. too. B nitmbir of the losing team. Bill Yates. was the high individual with State Teachers turned back Oim- chlta 54-43. and replaced their victim as fourth-placer in the, standings. A freshman. Lyle Middteton. sparked Teachers by dumping points. 19 In olhcr san'os. Magnolia A. and M. routed Henderson. 84 to 46. and Arkansas College downed Arkan sas A. and 7,f.. 65 to 51. Pemiscof Cage Tourney to Open P!ay Starts Tuesday; Braggadocio, Dcering Meet in First Game CAIiU'niKRSVlLLF.. Fell. 1 _ Play in Hie annual Pemlscol County tournament will licuin al the Armory here Tuesday at ?. when nrerlni; nieols BrriEKiuloclo. An hour and n half later. Cooler lakes on Steclo niul at S:l!> that nh'ht Waniel! meets Holland. Hayti <irew a bye In the tournament and will litre! (lie winner of Ihe Utdim.' - nragpadorio grime Thursday at l.lf. fnuh Hr.rry Darr'.s Carnthers- villr 'I'ivei.s have been tabbed fav- orilcs fur ihe tournament over Hie molest of Coach Darr who claims that 'run-body run lioal us." The Tti-m will hrlivi first, round < lo r.n enrt ttbrn Iliev f-w < iv r.l si: 1:1 n in. Tbn-j-ilnv. Tf the Tii'ri-B win ihnl one. Iliey will co rtlroii Iv lei ihe semi-final's Osceola Gets 62-22 Win Over Dell Boys DKI.L, Feb. 1— Osceoln's girls lost here last night but (lie boys "lore than made up for it by romping lo a 02-22 decision over Dell. Hill, Dunn nnd Watson paced Ihe b'eminoles to their lopsided victory over Pell. The trio scored 38 of its team's points. The Dell girls edged by Osrcola •10-31!, i,, ti, c opener. Dell held a 28-21 Immune- lead. Olxon. with 21 points, led the Dell girls. She was followed by Simmons with eight and liiawn wilh .seven. liobins was high /or the ninht with 24 points. Driver and Mann I'lich linj six for the Osceola girls tllrls' Game winner t>/ when- they will play Ih Ihe ilavM game. In the lower bracket, Ihe o>otrr- S1 Blown (7i lilnlr 1KI .. Osceola ., (0) Mann (241 nubbins ,. (ii> Drive Workman Substitutes: ^ no winner will meet Ihe '•Il-Holliiiui victor for the right ! nine lo tin- finals which hn;in at i 1> m Caturday. . 1 Del! miller, Wallers (41. Moody; Osi'eola — Tnuls, Cone, Wicglnton. G " !! ' S -'»" Sleclc Hi,,, school Bulldog sextet is rated one of the best ^i-l:,' in So , coach t ' ", • e " C ' 0ilCll0<l ^ BB " nle W "' lc!m *" 0 b wll ""»"« ""< to* y««« e , ' m "' S SC1UilCl 1UC: ff ° nt rowMlefl l ° '^""-Trocia Christian, Mildred Farmer isc^n 71 "" d D n XiC S " Cll0n - SCC °" C1 '—^ •«-""-». """y Burton, Alic; Wilson, ami ^ 1 ^ , , ™ w - UoroU >y Anderson, Frankie Hcathccck, Dorothy Gates. Lovell Hul>,ey and Glnyer . The trophy is for second place in the recent Wai-dell invitational tournament. Gosnell Splits Pair of Tilts With Cooter Gosnell High School's boys rind girls basketball teams split a pair of games with teams of Cooter High School in -the Gosnell gym last 'night. The girls' game was won by Cooler 34-22 but Gosnell won tlie boys' game by a 34-1'i score. It was the second straight win for the Pirates and their nth of the season after snapping a six game losing streak. Ward of Gosnell and Fundcrbmk of Cooler tied for high point honors in the buys game, each scoring 10 points. I,arid of Cooter and Hart of Gosnell were' i miners up with six t-ach. In the girls' game While and May of Cooler tied fur scoring honors with 14 points apiece and Moody and Jones led Gosnell seven each. Cooter White (14) . Rushing (G) May (14) ... Slcwart Perry Sexton Substitutions: cooler — Wagner. mias, McClurc. Cooper, Eviius Girls' Game I'Os. P. F. F. G. G. Gosnell . I2i Lucius (iii Caldwcll . iTl Jones . D Donner White Roberts bstitutions: cooler — Tho . , and Bankston. Gosnell — Krcrh. Moody (7) and Robertson. Hoys' Ciaiuc Gosnell Cann (4) .. French .5) . . Ward Ufi) . Ingram 13) Hart (li) . .. Substitulioi Pos. F. . F C. G. G. Cnoter 1(31 Ladrt Etiwards UfiJ Fuuderbnrk (5> May Jones Cooler _ Bootlie College Cage Results By The Associated Press DuQuesne 73. Baldwln-Wallnrc 55 Holy Cross 62, Springfield (Mass) 49 Siena 6G. St. Francis (Pa) 43 St. Johns (Bkm 82. Manhattan 52 Wake Forest 82. Tlie Citadel n Virginia Tech 61. Richmond 51 South Carolina (!S. Davidson 45 Magnolia- (Ark) A&M, 84. Henderson 46 Wayland (Tex) CO, Friends (Kas) 59 Arkansas College 03. Arkansas A.VM 51 Arkansas State 7(1. Hendrix 55 Arkansas State Tchrs 5-1, Ouachita 43 Arkansas Tech 76, College Ozarks 58 Texas Christian 4R. Karl Texas 41 Butler 63. Notre Dame 57 Miami (Ohio) 60. Xavier (Ohio) 59 Tiilsa 33, Oklahoma Cltv untv 29 Washington (St. Louis)' 52, Crcl- ghton 40 Missouri Central 69, Culver- Stockton o-l Kirksville (Mo) 43. Maryville (Mo) 40 Fort Hays (Kas) State 64, Washburn 61 William Jewell 56. Missouri Valy 51 St. Msry (Oein 51, Fresno Slate 44. Huhhard Tops Hayti Coming from behind In the sec onrt half the Hubbard Hardwan All-stars defeated the Hayti Inde „ „„„ ^ ,„„„„ pendent-s S2--H In a game at the and Brown paced Haylt with 16. Armory last night. Jones led Hubbard wilh 21 points In England. It's the Chemist Shop In France It's the Apothecary Shop In BrrfrWrW* It't BARNEY'S DRUG ST OR E For Expert Prescription Service SCORING PUNCH Guard Bob Gibbs takes a strong left to the chin as Curt Norris leads with his knee, scoring for Colgate in 78-35 defeat of Toronto in Hamilton, N. Y. The high- bounding Red Haiders' captain, v/ith 42 points against Alfred this season, is holder of all-time Colgate single-game scoring record. (,'r.s ulav, the first contest will eel underway Tnesrlnv 'ihihl. -it 7 o'clock when Holland meets Filcele. Cooler and Dcci-ing square off rit <: p rn. Thursday and the H:iy(i-BlM.'uad<H-ii> lilt will be •un off at H:.'l(l p m. ihat day. . Warden's girls an straight "in (lie semi-finals, thanks, to drawing a fir-' round bye. That leaves Wardi 1 ilnyll and Bi-aggadncio to decide the lower bracket's representative lo the finnls v.-hlch will begin at 7-ltU o'clock Saturday night. 12) HI) Minyard h-inn Jacks j«, , f~,rrih\ v -« ' UM . Golfers Get Ready Over Luxora wm *-. . • >« Kl I A VVMT.M,' l^.il-, 1 r.l. Portageville Gets Uth Win; Defeats Tigers CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Feb. 1— Portageville High School's Class A boys came from behind in the last 30 seconds of play ,„ score live atlenlion in loday^' •prn^Vn.'aieiir ;" c ">-™«->- '"»>? l»"«icU Lu.xora's points and hand Carlhersvllle's A I i-rel-dc to tomorrow's SIC 000 Tuc- lnm> ™ '''"""crs n 53-40 loss and f pa m ttc i-r^iin,-) ,i~r . , f ., f-. . . . JniClK'ZltK' r>Ln n Win- iL'illi < 1m •.» ...n. For Rir:h Tucson Or»<»r» Tomormw TUCSON. Feb. 1. r/l'i - -Short Irons and pnlter.s will be given particular team its second defeat of (he season. 30-27, here last night. Forward Alvin Senal did the trick for tlie visitors scoring all five of the poinls. With onlv a half- minute to so Caruthersviilc held a two point lead but Sejral liroke lonse twice lo hoop in field goals and then topped it off with n charity toss to Rive his team Its I2lh straight victory against no losses. Segal led the scoring for the n;ght with 14 ixmit.s followed by Cantrcll of Caruthcrsvillc with 8. In a preliminary game Portage- vine's B hoys hung up a 32-18 win over the Caruther.sville reserve.'; with DcLisle leading the Etoriiif; for Portagcvillc with n ]K iinLs a:;d Ha/cl scoring seven for Caruthersville. Portapcville Pos. Slianklc (4) . F Burgess (?) .. F Whitaker (1) C ..... Fortcr (4) .... G ..... . . Moylan (4) ... G Substitutions: Caruthersville (6) camp ii) Pike , Gaither .7) H.izel Burrcss Portagcvilie- De- - Lisle (Ml and Hall (1). Cnrutht'i-s- ville— Mrcley (2i. Van Ausdalc, Mc- Cllllcy. Claxton, Spain. A Came Portagcville Tanner '•!) Serial (141 Edwards '4) Zolincr (-1) . Reaves (4) . Pos. . F.. . P.. . C.. G.. . G.. Kin Open gold tourney. These are likely to be Ihe playoff clubs, '['he men who are sharpest i'.iounri and on tlie greens .will v.ulk f.ff with the bli; rnimey. After they r.ot off the tees, woods aren't of much Importance lo (.he pros on the easy par 70, IM02 yard r,l nio layout. There arc only two liar five holes. If wedges nnd putters aren't workine.. a golfer Ls out of luck, and money. Lloyd Mnngri'm t/>ok the S2.MO first, jilace money last winter with a 17-under par 2fl3. This years e\'ent hns been named for Mangr-iim. He arrived last ni,;lit and announced he would be unable to piny. He had Imped to make this his first tourney since being injured last fall. Jimmy Demarct will be the favorite lie has twice, won tiie event, once with a 72-hoIc total of 2(14. yesterday he proved he hasn't lost his liking for Ihe layout by shoot- iil!; Ihe first nine in 31. fo-.'r irnlcr par. He shot even par on Ihe next three holes and quit for'the (lav. U.S. Open Chanin Dr. Clary Mld- dlccrtff shot n sparkling tiracliie points, but MlBKlns, Robertson and Adams each had ten markers. Rutherford was high for I.uxora with The strong Luxoo sexlct defeat•d Hhawnce. 37-23. Stephcnsun nnd Cockrell each had It; points for Luxora while Smith with seven was high for Shawnee. C.lrlv Came Shawnee •3'nilli (7) . Terry (li) . Drewry (0) Harrison Iloiisanirin Yesterday's Sports in Brief By the Associated Press H.iscb.ill LOS ANGELES The Pittsburgh Pirates, paid a record $100000 for Paul Pcttit, 18-year-old southpaw pitcher. Rnxing: NEW YORK — Middleweight Champion Jake LaMotla signer! to defend his title next June against a contender to be chosen later. (Iroeral HOULUEU, Colo.—Forrest Cox resigned as ba.--ke.tbnU coach at Colorado University, effective July 1. Face pmvncr was used by Greek women 2300 years ngo. round of .'M-S-l-dl, six under par. So did Martv Furnol of Albuquerque. NM.. and Milan Mrmi-,i<:. Albany. N.Y. Smiley Qrick of Culver City, Calif., came In ulth CO. Paul O'l.cary. Ilismark. N.D and Jariclt,w. A. Ktackhoiise. Laredo. Tex. Panky i v.-ere (he best of 114 ]css»r kuiiivi 121 Stepiians m »n who played a qualifying roiitul over Ihe p>r 72 Rnndnlpli Course. Hotl) shot G7's. Sixty-two players qualiticd. Carutiiersvill,'] (Si Cantrell 101 V/iison i . ,7l 141 -Master Plumber- JORDAN PLUMBING COMPANY, Inc. All Work (iunr.inlccil Knr 12 iMilnllis I 5U1 Nnrlh KMh. I'honc fidOl Sunny Brook «e-N * . BRAND fhe whiskey thots as fa Name KENTUCKY WHISKEY -A BLEND unroof M t/ ~ ,.. J.^asiassfcisa.^^^. j. / • v-'^^S 1 t%*?%- iMcKcsson & Robbins, Inc. -Exclusive Distributors -Little Hock « Go^o Giain Nculrai'Simils . !•'. . F. . C. Xi. G. Dell . Osceola (101 Hill ... (10) Dunn <!)) Welnberg ID) Sillers Substitutes: Dell _ Wells, J. Mill ml, lieames, Tianthani, Perkins : Osccoln _ Stevens. Perry (4i '2), Cox, Johnson. DOVS ' 'Juniors Rally In Final Stanza Local Girls Drop Their Tilf by Score of 52-32 HOLLAND. Mo., Feb. 1—Ulythe- vlllc's junior Panooscs mid senior Siiuaws divided a iiair of tills with Holland (emus here last nielil with Ihe Papooses winning and th» St(imws losing. The Paps slaved oft a late Holland rally and tljen came to lir« In tlw closing minutes 10 hand the Holland juniors a 37-22 licking 1,1 [lie first tfainc. In iho second tilt Ihe Holland Kirls had little difficulty with tho Squaws and took a 52-32 decision. I lie Paps were not up to their usual fjume and Imd a little trouble In finclhiK Ihe basket, They toolc ni) enily lead, held it all the way but were forced to heat off a Holland atlnck in the third (matter before coming t o life to win ga- intf au'tiy. Holland. Chillier* llijtli Montriie. Holland, (he Paps' b!x •enter and Hob chillier*, a guard led the- m.vilieviitn tram's offensive atlaek with eisht points oa;h Hams paced Holland with ulna mints. In the girls' (jainc Patterson rack- Mi lip a lotnl of 39 points to lead Holland to victory. Williamson led Jllyllicville with 12 points. jumped Inlo the lead early and alter eight• minutes at play held u 25-5 lead. The reserve.! ouk over at that point to finish, out the half. A totatiof 28 players saw acllon iti the game with Hol- lami using 10 and Blylheville 12. Junliir Game SHAWNKK, Feb. 1 _ Shawnee's ndians grabbed a victory here last ight— the last in their ijymnasium which w-os destroyed by lire scv- ' al hours later. The Indians were prelly hot They handed Liixorn's practically ran away with the game ' the third qnarleY. Welch led the Indians with Po*. Luxora F ..... (]) Hnnnn F. .. do, Cockrel! (15) Stephcllson .. (3) Sexton- Brooks ........ Polect . F. G. G Ashburn o „._. Substitutes: Shawnce — Dresbach. Shannon. McFatridgc (4i; Luxora — rtlchimlson (1), Clark, Mcri-ininn, Johnson. •Also played forward. Hoys' Game Shawnce Llixora tl Hlggins (10> .. F. .. (5) Stan fort. Robertson (10) F. (13) Rutherford Welch (14) .. C (3i white Harrison (4) .. G Barch Hoil.viinan <4i G Grav Substitutes: Shawnce — Adams (11). LaHue. Sulccr in. Iltclmrds Speck; Luxorn — mil IS). J. Carner. [.unsford (2), B. Conner (12) Williams. Dlyllicville Hays (6> ... Gentry (4 i . Holland (8) O'Urien n> Childers <8» ['OS. ...P. ...P. ...C. ...a. .a. Holland ...<4) Smith (0) Chlldcrs.. .<!> Mnswell ..(9) Harris ..(2) p-ooker Substitutions: Blylhevlllc—Lniig-. ley CD. Gilbert (1), Hlsgcnson and Moslcy. Holland—Martin. Girls' Game Holland Pos. Blythcville ' ! Patterson (Ml ,p (9) Bunch McArlhur ,2) ..F Prcssncll v KeKller (2) ....p. (12) Williamson G '»y G Hodgs "uVnll a Button Harris G Fowler Substitutions: Holland — Pit/Hugh ; (31, Brandon «i). Swendle. Childcrs, ' McCrary, Sanford, Virden, Shel- ' ton and Pnrcell. Blythcvlltc—Phil.; lips <9). Stovcy (2), Jones, Hipp, O'Dell and Tcdlock. 72 Teams to Compete In National Inyitational NRW YOfiK, Feb. 1. (AP) — A' dozen teams will be Invited to com-' lietc in the l.llh annual National), invitation Diisketball Tournament In Madison Square Garden next month. 'The tournament will run five days,-' beginning March 11 with afternoon and evening doublcheaders. Other Name. 1 ; will lie played March 13, 14. 16 and 18. Kan' Francisco won the event, lost year. Also, eastern dates for the 1950 : NCAA tournament were announced. Tile eastern reglonals will be held , March 23 and 25, with ihe championship Kamc slated for March 28. Kentucky is the defending NCAA litltst. There is $ worth of gold in the ocean, but it would c ost SSO to get each dollar'! worlh of it. NOW! 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