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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1950 ' BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Chicks Edge Arkadelphia 50-45 In Overtime»Porkers Defeat Texas 51-37 Rally in Extra '- • = «u*.*i./j Period Pays Off Tribe Takes Early p Lead But Badgers Quifckly Pull Ahead Blrtheville's Chicks surrendered 'an early lend anrl then came roar- Intr bnck to edge past the visiting Arkadelphia Fi.-uUrcrs 50.45 | n an ovcrilmc period here last night. A three-minule extra period was n<-r»ssar.v to decide ihc Issue after ren'Jlitt'nn nlny ended with the. sr-ni-i- ditfrilnrkcd at 41-n]]. The Chicks pulled away in that exlrn Hirr-c minutes, scoriiirr four ql'ickios ai lr] then holding on. Th ft pnnte WPS the feature of .1 double - header and nhlhevillc learns von nil the honors, in || 1R Earl Slnbler's first pnnie Conrh jl d Luxora Grabs 2 Wins from Teams of De// LUXORA. Feb. 4 — Cinch Tyo Adams' Luxora si'ls. decked out lit new uniforms, hit the win trnll again last night by dosvniui; the highly rcijorrirri Dell sextet 3S-25 on the Luxora court. Settling down after a 10-10 lust period dendlock Die Panthcreltrs pu.'ted away f n the late perils. Cockreil led Li-.xora's scoring with 15 points followed bv H Hanna with 13. Dixoii paced ibell ',vii)i 18. In the feature, same the Luxora b-ys won hsimiily over Co-eh Chrrlcs Kcnucll's Iwy.s by a 52-33 inorgln. Stanford led ruxorn with 18 points and Simmons was high for Dell with 11. ...... HUIIJH-l J, . ,1i'"ior Paivw.iriMi f-»i]>ri <i'rri,.,.M v in Orls c.a doin" anything rj.,|,t but mnnn"e f |. u"' A Pns to ce' by a 1-ood Wilson tcnm M-n "• Hnnna U3i p... It wns the nth viclorv n» (!,„ Coekrell (151 p .. onrl win over Wilson. Thev have S Siephenson VS) p b"?.te'i onlv ntiee. thrc' Gi-Js' flume Dell (16) Dixin <4> Simmons . Brown . Blair vvhlc'i they wored oniv in n ni'nt*' t'-e P.tns piiihd mvav in 1.1-,,. (j>"'l pov'nd 1" wire js nnli-ts. Mnnt™,. Hil'"nrl led tr-r- T'nns' .wi-i-ip ,,-i»>, 13 pr>i- is ?nd Phnmons tallied 'five fnr the vi^'t'trs. ii-rs ID ! C! 'l -e G.,. ('•... G Moody ........ Stibslitnlioiiji: IMX- TH— Richrrct- .'on. Dell— Alexander (2), and Walters (1). Luxora Stanford " O>'i"ks bull' 'in a in mint | Ri'lhei'forrf In the wr-v first mt^... n ^ iv.f I White <iii in Lewis, (12) Cook *•>•<• It .nell nwnv yh'Ch wre one nf ti'" hr^t-ros'-^",! b'*!! cl'ibs te vku VivlhevMle t.'-ls yenr. Etar'" f f l>[Hi' 1 <- fm'o far out. k- IVulrers 1-nll IJn ^ Led bv ll'cir ccii'er and cnnli'n. Cat' Look-'fTno toe Hif'ner.s unll"']' up even with Ihn Ohio's Vnrt nl hri'ffiiue held a 22-20 marsin. The t'*ird nnartei- wn.s n repetition nl '.IIP fi-'st Cvo wl(h iK-ifii-r Icti'n ah'o to r-et ? cxitiinqiidiiit le-d. nnrl it Ihe end of t v ree pc-i-wi.- of play (lie score wi-,3 tied at :i2-32. Tl-e fnurth oiiarter was the same as the two tennis sor.rrcd Ronl for S>onl anrl when the final bi>z?.«r so"'icie.'l the s-orc was tied -ll-Jl B'H the Chicks went .ah'atl to sli'.v or the very first n '!\v nf the overtime period. Guard Ted Vsincr. who wns the Chicks' jitilivart. r?ok- ctl up two fast ones. Charles Ray V.'ise hit another ant 1 PDimv Rtire^ still annlher to pivc Blvlhevlllc nn The Bn-'cers eieht point fought back with a pair of field goals but could R2t no closer. Vance led (be Chicks' scoring wiln n total of 17 points and teamed veil v.rh big Jim Berry ou the rp- bnunrls. Hc'rrv was in snrinj with 15 a-id Wise followed wi(h ci!iht. The Badgers, *' who ' played • a smooth flonr same, were led by B. Conner o> Williams i2) . . C... Ul) Simmons B. Mlnyard B N'!.'ll .M.iniiin HH'KM.t rAVORlTHS-PoilaeevllIe's Bulldc-us who haven't drnppcrl' '"sini!"'" t.t j in 13 cncotintcrs this year, have tieta established ns firm favorites in N c w Madrid Cmtntv l',;,,'rnan,en,'p^y utieh ta B ,n« at Risco next week. They are Hirst row, from Ihe Kfli sc«l. Zohner, Edwards, Itcaves Tamer second row) Del.iste Hnlshnr ii 1!( .t wii«,,., „„„..„.. IH.HLS. j.uiiii), for Return Williams i2) . G r2> Brinn Subsiittiticns: Luxora—Hill (2), f^.n-l'-f fJ«x*/.-^» / J. Conner 121, Uinsford (21, Bareh OtftZ DOOKcCf il), and Gray H). Dell—Perkins. Shaw nee Wins, Loses in Pair With Turrell JOINER. Feb. 4 _ Shawncc High School's cagcrs gained a .split with Tun ell teams In a dotiblc-hcnder at Turrell last nisht with the hoys winning 40-32 alter the girls hud lost LM-1S. The boys get going in the second qunrter after a slow stint and piled up n commanding margin in . the final half. Ilisgins led the Indians' in scoring with n points and Smith paced the losers w'ilh 13. Shawnee'E girls played a good game but their efforts weren't quite !?oocl enough to overcome an-early Turrell load. Smith led Shawnce's scoring with six points and Ciill paced Turrell with IB. Girls" Game Shawnee ^llckadoo. who counted IS times Smith (6) '.... ninstly on jump shots from the pivot positinn. Burns was rnnner-tip with II and Tcague scored nine. .limirir CInme B'sthevillc (29) P-.T. Wilson (17i Hn vs <2> P 14) Robinson Gentry (i) p, (g ) Simmons Holland (13) ....C... (4) Roberts O'Brien (4) ... o . (.4) cisscll Cliildors (•»! G Jones Substitutions: Wilson—straccncr. Senior Game Blvtheville (50) Fos. Arka'nhia (451 Stires <K> Wise (8) J. Berry (15) Vance (17) Held (4) (3) Glover (D) TeaKtie (15) Lookadno ... (7) Bryant Terry (3) Drewry (4) l V. P. Harrison .. G. •Honsanian (4) G. Ashbtim G. Turrell .. fa) Franks (16) Gill (1) Cntalenn Mitchell Tcague McClelland Substitutions: Shawnee — .,.„ Fniridgc (1); Shannon (1), Tinsley, B. Harrison, Dresbnch and la- Rue. Turrell — Hulchens (2), McLendon, Scott, Morgan and Bon- Boys' GiiniE: POS. S'nav/nee Iltpghto (17) Adams (2) F Welch c. Harrison (4) .. G, Substitutions: Blythcvillc Berry. 'ID Burns] HoiisaniRii George Eckerfr Elected Captain Of 1950 Porkers FAYETTKVILLE. Ark., Feb. 4— I/Pi—The University of Arkansas football team is captained bv an koiit-of-slatc player for the second •straight year. George Kckert. 50-year-old tackle from Winchester. Term., was elected to lead lite 1950 Razorbacks at Ihe annual lettermcn's banquet last nii:ht. Guard Buddy .Brown. 24. of Wynne, Ark. was elected co- caiitnin. Both will be seniors next fall. The l!)4fl captain was Alvin c Duke of nrumrisht. Okla. Letters were awarded to 47 trld- ii'.en and Theron Roberts, senior Strard r rom TeKarkaiia, was announced as the Porkers' "lineman the year." He received the (7) Turrell Poj'nter (ID'. Derrick (13) Smith (o* Rodders (4) Crve (second row) pcljslc,. Uulshnf, liuci, Wilson. Winner. Co ff eo;e Cage Results Por The AssnHnlcd Press KAST Island 1)2, Efjilitiiljle Lire {Stretches Win Skein to 13 Al Gelz, who/ made his initial appearance before a Ulythcville wrestling ciowd here last week, has been booked for a rturn apiiearance here this week. The I'eleran heavyweight toushic is slated (o team with Buddy Knox in the las match feature of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium Monday night. They will oppose Tex Rlley and Ralph Garabalji. also holdovers from last week's card. Getz teamed with Jack Moody in a tag match against Riley and Garabaldi last week and there was makings of a red-hot inert which probably will flare anew In Monday night's bout Lnn >NYi Uhnde Islund State 75. Rllliiers 63. pnnT \r-iruiT T r i- i i ^ i fr c,o,*,yn couegc 0 2, Mitch,,, V ^^^^ "^^ • JJon'ls.H.n^ v. Oavls B ,kins 69. %^l K^^^^S CO. New York AC 7S. Vh-Blnii SOUTH Wake Forest 07. Richmond 51. North Carolina 60. Maryland SB South Carolina 43. Clemson 41). Tennessee U5. Florirla 50. • The CilortPl 41. Davidson 34. Western Kentucky 84, Louisville G2. SOt.'TIIlVKS'f Arkansas 51. Texas 37. Texas Christian 51. Southern Methodist 45. Texas A. fc M. 515. Baylor 45, Arkansas State Tchrk 59, Ilen- Gctz proved himself a tough op- I dcrson 5B itivcrtime). Substitutions: Shn»'iiec — Robertson (8). LaRuc. Suiccr. Richards (2) nnd Speck. Turrell — Hood. Savs Pe WiM Sfrav at Little Rock ) C. LITTLE ROCK, Feb. 4, (,Pi — Jirnrr-y Karam is reported to huve b'cn oirered [tip head football coi-cmns job at St. Mary's. b"l he save he's planning Ui stay at Little R-rk JiHifoi College. The Arkansas Gazette said fday .hat the Mora[;n. Calif., had been ponent and lost out only on referee's clisruuilification. He employs Ihe ^ame calch-ns-enU-h-can tactics as Knoxs but lacks a little in sj;ccd. Riley ntirt Gnrnlialdi won last week's decision and will he gun- nlns for a second dtrnight victory over Get/. In last week's match they threw away the rule hook nnd battled Gelv. an-. Moody al irieir own uaiue and arc expected to do Ihe same Monday night. In addition to the main event, two one fall preliminary bouts nrc on the card. 171 the firs'l. Get?, will meet Gnrabnldi nnd in the second. Knox will saap holtU with Riley. . Robs 50, New Mexico Military 80. 59, Kentucky 'Cats Old Miss Reheis Big time basketball returns to Memphis tonight when the NCAA champion University of Kentucky Wildcat five plays the old Miss Keliels nt Ellis Auditorium. This will lie Kentucky's first show- >UB In the Mid-South this year anri a capacity crowd is expected to watch the two Snutlicasf Conference teams battle hi a loop came One of the attractions of the uarne will be the presence ol Bill Spivoy. the Wildcats seven-font pivot niiin and lendinc scorer of the Southeast Conference. The elonqiitcii Gr-orcinn ,11,-^ tui- ixii]ii<[:'i. w.iui.. Him [>r,?n ^'"ni.-ii:nLe. i tic cinngiiteil Gr'dryinn ncpoiirtinsz with Kmam to succeed has averaged belter than Ifi |vniit.s tl-e resigned Jne Vcrdiiccl. K"ram. who luloreri I.iltle Hork to an nnderentrrl srnson and the r.ittle Rose Bov.l rhnnminuchin In-f fnll. said he hsrt not civcn SI ""•Vc a finnl rrply. but ntlded: "I'm still head' rnnch .if I.ifty n?td my school here nnrl I'm planning to stav." Meanwhile. Mine of Uttle Rock's Northwest Arkansas Times trophy , M( "'» v '" n »c- some of Little Rock's from Sports Editor Allan Gilbert. "". 5 ' ars ' hBvltu: <-""'P I ''ti-d' their Jr j jnntor collrRe eliL'ibihly. arc prc- . Otis notiirl..,. new h^rt fonthnll i . nari »3 to transfer Io four-year col- . . new held football ciaci). nnd Athletic Director John Banihill were nmona the sneakers ,' rnm ere nmona e sneaers ,. the iKiinilM.. atteiuicd by some u ''SR<-.ier had signed a cr.nnt-in- al ! alli ••""•eemci-.l nt Tulane but, had .. 500 alhlcles nnd fans Tnc Columbia River, forming the boundy between Washington and Oregon, is believed to carry more jvator than all other American Pac- c coast streams combined. not enrolled; that, end Joe Shinn probably will go to Southern California and end Shelby Hclmbeck to Arkansas. Sac and Ida counties In Iowa sometimes produce more popcorn than any state except Iowa itself. in conference panics this year. In a preliminary game, the Cen- : iral Hich Warriors of Memphis will I Ccntrnl Okla. 71, 52. Westminster (Mo.) Jewell S3 (ovrTlimcl Southwestern iKns.) 52 Fort Hays IKas.) 39. Bethany iKus.) 76. Colleuc of Kin- pijiia 37. Graceland Ua.> JC 83. Kemper Military GO. Washington (St. Louis) 54, Southwestern ITelin.) 42. when they scored a 43-31 victory The BnlldiJfis held a s:t-2i ha'lf- lillie leail and arc now looking forward to men- first New Madrid i County tournament encounter with Gideon at Rlsco Monday nicht. Edwards and Regal led 1'urlngr- villo scoriiiB with 13 and ll points rc.spc'Jtively Portauevillc'.s n team kept pace with the varsity by gnriicrhf,- a 23-21 win over the Parmn B's. Bur- sess vvllli nine mnrkcr.s- \5hs JiiKli for I'ortnsevillc's U's who trailed al Imlfiime I0-(i. | rortascvillc hns one nuire panic, i not crmntinii louniniuenl piny The | Bullrings will invct Mattliev.'s after ! cnmiilclln.. cuunty tourney compe- Utiiv j titirm. ,,,.,,- ' " CSaino William Poriaecville i>os. Slinnkle (7* ... }'. Burgess >0i ... F. Whltaker (2i ..c. ' Foster :'H r, Moylirn G. Parmn .'41 Mordc'i (2) Jicl/ord .. .(Si Blah ., Whilaki'r lit State and Tech To Clash Tonight AIC Championship May be Decided In Russellville Tilt I'v (ho Associated ['rrss Vou'll iiinbably fimi out tonight who's (iplns! to win the Arkansas Intercollcsintc Conference bliskel- b:\ll championship, hp two undeleted U'iiders, Avknn.Mis Tech nnd Arkansas slate, meet in iheir long- awaited .Slowdown at nusscllvllle. State's Indians stymied off nt Clark.sviiic Friday nl^ht eu ionic to Ihc 'ivch .stronsliold nnd racked up their seventh AIC win nt the rxpeit'o ot College ol the Owii-ks. 157 to Gi. lint the Jonesbnro crew ncedul an ovcrtine period to do It mid I'm on the finl.shiiiR touchrM after five Ozni-ks |)lny»f.s had folded '^ht df tlie Rnme. Tl-.e defciil was the fcuiih for Chirks and just about wrecked Its hopes o( KainhiR o second straight ch[iin]lion.ship. M'Miiico Miller n(!iiin sparked the tddii'lic;, dlitnpln" in 2 lM>h)U. It ul^o took an overtime to decide the onlv other Fi-iday night name, State TeacliH's nipping lowly Hen- (U'l.sori. sg to 58. Other eamc.s tnnlrthl are: Arkansas College at State Teachers, Lll- lle Kci:-k Junior Colleirp nl Hendrlx f-nd Ouachlln at Magnolia A. and M. Cops Two Viciorses in Tilts oit Coofer HOLLAND. Pel). 4 — Holland's lioys anil Rirls Iwskelbull teams picked up wins at Cooler lust night. The buys pulled a 31-3U "ante out of I he lire while Ihe sth'ls won, :<935. Hnllatid's hoys saw ;i 24-12 hnlf- lune lenrl ntelt awny hi the third qnariiM niter three regulars fouled (nil. The TlRets scored only seven polnl.i in the last Stall and all were free throws. Avh paeed Holland scoring with 11 poinl. 1 : while Coolcr'5 Fitnderburk v.ns high man for the night with Id. PiUterson will) 23 poinls led llol- luncl girls' scoring while McClure \\~nh ^5 hciuU'd the Crjriter offensive. The game wotind up llollnlid'ii regular season. The boys will meet Wnrdell Tuesday nls'lil In the I'cin- ^•col Cannlv U»iirney :it Ciiruthers- villc ai-' the girls will fruxs SU'uIe on tllttl nii:ht. (Jirls Game H-llnnd P-.s Cm Nebraska Wesleynn 63, ilastings PDrtagcville * '„ ! Tnnr.ei tl i Kearney (Nell.i 03. Midland 30 ' F.-i'al al' North Dakota «1, South Dnkr.ta li I ^Edv.nids , i.ii Allptistiina (III.) Bl, Millikin S4. |,n,r ,«, INIoT 0 -''.'" CC " U " 1 !>a ' Co'icordia rteavcs .4 Knnsns Wesleynn rn. Barker '.Ki's.l 55. Sprlnglield (Mo.) 44, Cape Glrar- tlenu 35 Oberlin 01. Cnrnesie Tech 41 KAK WKST Sllb-.titiitcs: Port[igr-vil!e--nel.isfc ; Panitu Coltey <4). Blntiken- Khip 131, Grimsley. 1'os. Parma ...F ((ii shnv; . ..f- '2i Cil1l;'.\v r; i.-! .vrl^riUe ...G. >9> Hov.eiv, Me Arthur (Ol . F.. Keller (6) .... F.. Gray n.. CliiWnrs G. McCrary G.. filll.'Stirutc.s: r.'-ll •251 McClure .. (2) While .... (81 May .. . Htewarl ... . Sexton Pom* fl — Brnndon Wilson Takes Two Tilts From West Memphis Idaho 63, Oregon 44 Denver OL'. Utah 37. Brigham Young 4G. Colorado A ex M. 42. Oregon state 56. Washington 4S Stanford 55. St. Marys (Calif.i 3U UCLA 03. Fresno Slate 4.'1. Gonnana 71. Portland 60 Colorado state G9. Western Colo- ti7. Colorado Colorado , Piir.handlc Okla. A. & .M. 48 Adams (Colo.t state 46. NEW YORK. Feb. 4. (,?• Reaves .. Suliilitiites: I'diiaecvillc--Wilson Biirk. Iliil.-.hof, U'ldwr; i> n rniii~ Bl-ir (5>, r.ijyo ('<:>, Stewurt 14' nay (l>, Monrc. Yesterday's Sporrs"'in Brief Uy The, Assnei:i(nl Pres-s RLTMFORD. Me World's 18- kitomcier (ll rnlle) ITOSK country ciinni]i;r)iiKhi)> won by Knrl Kriic Aaastrnin of .Sweden lleikki llahu of Mnliiliil cupltirc-d the. r:oinl)lncil I-ID/IS cniinlty r-iiri iurripnig event HAN FRANCIHCO — Joe Vercluc:- ri. who resigned ThnrMlny a.s font- H-'llnml Rr-ifl I8> . Creasy 111 ;T-'.vlur ii>) ' /•.•!=. (11> . i Harris (6) P Contcr (fi> May (2) Jones C. lid Pnnderbink .. G. .. G (2) Larld (1) Boolh Subslitules: Holland—Pope, Ken!"V. Nnlllu.|y; Cooler—Jones, Edwardj (11, l,;t,stcr. Cage Officials Delay Meet ^bh« "5^S bull coarh nl St. Mary's (Calif) College, signed ns liead conch at S;m FriilKisco Sin to 'lOl.Eno — Neil Htnhltiy resiiin- er! -an grid coach al Toledo to be conn- barkflclri coach at Univ. of Wnshingtuti. Spre.t\ Sliallnc I'lTTSFIKf,!), Mass.— Hay Blum, _ Nutley, N J., ]!)in US. senior men's for this year's' Davis "c'tin "tcnn^' ollWr ' or champion, won mile race ' "•"""> f,l orirnimc of North American out- Reuse Signs Contract [Tor Reported $30,000 I BUOOKLYN, Fel). 4. >lf, — The ! Brooklyn DodKer.s will have a $155,' ono keystone suck combination this year in tlie N.-.uonal League. .Shortstop Peewcc Reese sijjncd a one-year contract yesterday for & mm believed to he SM.OflO. A few weeks nyo second baseman Jackie : Robinson .signed n contract reportedly calling for $35,000. . .......j .,, I,,L- UJJILI'd TI, .- u i Niltlo »s office Imilding. Trygve I.I.- The februnry tnccliiiR of the Mis- ! secretary general or Ihe O V I-'i' SSinm Cmintu Ita.b.n.nll „,„....,-I to , )rcsi[ic nt [hc dr!uvinB ' " Mssippi County naskclSiall officials Association scheduled for Osccola Monday iiinht has beon postponed until Feb. 13, Harold fTrigijcr' w.ill associution presincnt said'lcdny Tiie Feb. 13 meeting will be'held in Osccoln. Balsa wood Is one of the lightest of all woods, wciehing than six pounrls per cubic loot, or about 10 per cent of Ihe weight of water. , ' s " ccd skatl "B championships RENT A CAR Drive / V.,u Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA For Expert LAUNDRY &DRY CLEANING Call 4474 N U-WA ESTLI U>\ViiS'J AD.MiySIOM I'UICIC ANYWIIKHK! liescrvcd Seats on Sale al (he Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Kvcry Monday Monday, February 6 ADUI/I'S 50c — CHII.DKKN Uic New Starling lime 8:00 SKATS I5c KXTHA Inrluilrrl l TAG MATCH RALPH GARABALDI and TEX RILEY versus GETZ and BUDDY KHOX Also 2 1-Fall, 30-Minutc Matches promise you that you'll al- w;ty«, gpt your nioncy'.s u-nrlh al itljlhcvlllc S.ilrs Co. wlicn >nu 'iririj your rnilin in for service vnrh. Tlic Imporlanl thin* In :llllo repair ... as in any hnsi- icsv ... is to please you, lhc ciis- :wncr, so JKIH will viislr Io ionlliiuc ilnlnj; Imslriess wilh us. Our work must—rand will sulisfy you. Garabaldi vs. Gefz Riiey vs. Knox . Keb. 4.—Wilson took two out ol three basketball games fioni West Memphis tennis here Inst nlshl with the senior girls giving lite Hulldogs their only loss. In the other two contests the Junior girls downed Memphis- 13-lj nnrl the senior boys walked away wllh n 52-25 victory. The senior girls were defeated by a narrow 29-28 margin, Tim Underwood led the. senior points' but etose on hLs-'Vels "wns Howard Wooilyard who scored ll and Bob Forrested who counted 10 w!ih" Cld W ' IS h ' l! '' £ ° r th ° vlsitors In Ihe jcmor girls' gnme J. liowon leu w I (Mill's scoring with 11 points followed by price with 10. Parker .•scored M for West Memphis and White tallied ll. Trnnnum led the Wilson Junior girLs with 11 points. Senior Girls West Memphis Poc. Wilson Parker ( M, ..., F . .. (5 , cnmpbel! Wlnio <ii) ....,„,. ni) j „,', H-nV 1 ' ;::;.• -^-«"--.«o*-e» Geary . o Wright 'o' SiibstUtitfonV:" West Mcmphls'll cu in her | a nd, McICny. L'ptinif Speienl. Check nnd Ticccc Wilson —Urlnkley, Price (10), Vaii"h n and Grccnwell, ° ..... Scnlnr Hoys H w" , I>OJ ' Wcst Meniphls H. Wynrd (11) F , 8) p ', rt Arrester ( 10 . . F Carpenter I. U wood (17) c. ..(.|) McKnlplil Mooring I3 ) ...G. ..(lo'uiasfi'eld lorn uvood (7i fi (3i Dcmulh hubslitnllotis: Wilson - Oarretl necr (l), Hoylcs, wllllnms, M,,ncy[ E. Woodynrd and Webb. West Meni- I>Hls-li llrf icr, oeniy, Secor, siiccks and Knox. . Trnylor Aiulrews 13 lid Gosnell Pirates Win Three Tilts From Burdette Gosnell High School's Pirates rf^n" 1 „ ?° Bumcs frni " Ulc no 1 -"'"" Pirates nl the rjlythcvlllc Ar- Razorbacks Play Baylor Tonight Arkansas Now Tied With Texas A, & M. For Lead in SWC AUSTIN, Tex., Feb. 4. M'y-Ar. :ansirs' Hanoi-backs, having Incited iway n second Irlnniph over Texas ;o to Waco tonlijht to seek a 're-' •enge conrinest of Hnylor, A victory votild give the porkers undisputed .x.sscssion of first place In the Southwest Conference basketball The HOBS trounced the Umg- liorns, 51-37, here last night arid tow me tied with Texas A A: M >» the top rung—each hiu'ni"' a •ecord of four wins and two defeats A. A: M. knocked Baylor out of A'hat had been a four-way tie for the lend, 56-45, at Wnco, Texas • ni'lMlun clirl the same to Southern Methodist, 51-45, at Dallas. Arkansas scored first and never wns pressed after the first sev,'-i innntcs. At, one time In the first inlf the Rastorbacks scored 13 point* white holding the Ixinghorns scoreless. And for a period early in the second hnlf they made ten counters to nono for Texas to take a 4C-24 lead that, enabled them to rest their clash"'' 8 f ° r ton ' Bht ' s Important At hnlfllme It wns Arkansas 27 Texas 13. ' ' Texas' Tom Hamilton took Indt- i'ldtml scoring honors with 17 points as the Arkansas victory w ns a team job. Jimmy cathcart and nob Amb- lor were high for the Porkers, with ''! each. The Arkansas-Baylor clash Is ths only conference tilt tonight. Baylor upset the nazorback.s at Little Hock last Saturday night, Arkansas 1'os. Texas Calhcart (12) .p. ..(17) Hamilton Urn.spell. <»> ••? (3) Harris AtnllliT 112) C (7) pnlJc "cr <5> G (S)'Womacfc :" (7) O Ktiffman Substitutions: Arkansas—E Adams. 13. Adams, Price (5), Brogs- inHlcr, smith (2), Williams, West (2), I,ogue. Texas—Dowlcs, Clark a). Cobb (3), Klein (2), Rimspher, and liabb. »L-yill W |||i nine. nell hi thn junior qame and '" r »"'-<l'tte with 10, followed Uy I-'icnch with 1:1. Ki,l>anks scored 12 for liurdctte r - l " J '" IK ' s w.^T"?",';" WIli '"' boys lnl nl1 «"• w.iy but the impi'ovi.'d nurdetre rive the ?-, f i)"" 1 ' • showll "« <" snllc of the f. lc t they were heavy undcrdoss ''2i. Fit/lr ; t.-h: Cooler — Cooper, i Evans. [ ll-ivs flame f f'os. hut Icy rind wfninins.' Senior Cirls Hilrdette Moody , M , ,... F no) Core Caldwell ( 4. ...K ..(TjLaudcn,,™ '.-. "-'„ r F ' • (4 > Warrlngtoi, ° I'ctcrso. „ , s ° Wixson Substilntlons: Gosnell—Ward 1,11- Correction The score or the I*achvillc-Lynn basketball came Wednesday night was erroneously reported as 08-31 In yesterday's Issue of the Courier News. The correct scon: was 59-33 hi favor of Leachvlllo. It was I-eachviltc's I7lh win of the season. Policcmen to Get Calls By Listening to Radio PriTSUURGIl (/.Pi _ The r<'- soinidiii!.' i-!aiig of [lie fire gon» r'l dUtrlcl slut ions ol the PltlKburfh fire dcpiirtmeiit will be a thing 'of the past soon. A new sy-tem to be Installed ft. n cost of $40.noo will depend entirely nn nulio. Receivers are Io be placed in each station. Firemen will be nlnj'tcrt by a siren. Then they'll listen to the rarlio to get their calls. cius (3) and McGhce. Btirdellc— Plnrcc. i Hcuior Boys Gosnell pos. Burrletle Ca '<" "> F. ...(12) aibanks French (13) ....F O'Neal Ward (14) c (1) Duncan H:lrt <G> Q (-11 Duncan Lewis (2) o (3> Daniels Substitutions: Gosnell—Emery (2>, Ingram, Ledbeller, Brown, Lucius. Service mm > (he jol> \vc repair, BLAN HEATH CO. COY GOODSON c.-iti do (he jol> well. . .contract work, wirinj;, appliance repair. 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