The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 8, 1950 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 8, 1950
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVH.LE (AttK.) COURIER NEWs WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1850 n But Squaws Lose-Boosters Hear Douglas And Barnhill ..Tribe Gets 43-34V;/son Teams V over figg Juniors Annex 37-31 Win over LecchvlHc; BHS Girls Lose 33-18 (21) WythevlKc High School taskot- b:i'.! teams won two out of thlvo B:>.l:WS 111 :i triple-header played at Jlaiey Field gym last niimt. The Chicks anil the Smtaw« di- vk'-?d a double-bender \vith teams of FJKgott High School, tlic Chicks winning by a 43-3-1 score and ihc. S-iuaws losing :t3-18; and ta the oiiu-r name, Ciinvh Kar! Shiblcr's junior Papooses nvonCTd their only !(•.=•! of th« season by inkin" Leadl- v.'ll* 37-31. The Junior game was a thriller a-yl close all the way. The. Kaine fiaiured n scoring feud bf-tween ^'r.ntroe HoMrind of the Paps and Jones of I-oachviUe with Holland winning out n-H. Holland's n points were; hi^h for] tl-r night nncl Jones' 14 led I.each- I '••nson vlie. Bennle Hays was rumicr-up ! c ampUell for the Paps with 10 points and Sain f-owen «10) for Leachville with elicit. | I rico (12) . Come frmri lieliinil !'-"" Tlie Chicks had to come from behind In the second half to salvage their winll Pfegott got off to n Kond flort and outdistanced Coach Jimmy Fisher's Tribe throughout the entire first half, gaining a 20-18 margin at the intermission. But the Chicks came to lite in the third quarter and took over. From there on they were never headed. Charles Ray wise led the Chicks' scoring with 19 points followed by Jim Berry and Ted Vance with six apiece. Undeiwootl led Pig- t'ott with 11 points and Williams scored nine. Deer In the girls' game the Ettuaws £011 were in the ftame only during the first quarter. They scored 30 of their IS points in that period and tin other eight didn't come until the .second half. Piggott led 13-10 at the end of the first quarter and JB-10 e.t halftime. Lucreta Bunch scored nine of the Squaws' points while Grider paced Pj'gott with 15 and Payne was runner-up with 12. Junior Game Capture Pair From Osceola WH.SON, Feb. 8-\Vn>nri Hi|;h Sch(X>!'s Bu!doi!.i captnifd a pair of Karnr-s from Osceola last night with the boys winning 48-37 and the cirls victorious 43-23, Wilson li'd all the way in Ixjth games but o>:cco!:i made things inierr-sting for av.'hile. The doilblc- heacl.'i hishliKlitcd Class IJ. action in the county last night. In the girls' game Patricia camp- bell led Wilson's scoring with 21 points followed by Price with 12. Betty N'pl) Knbbins paced osreola wi'li IS points followr-d by Maim uith 13. In the boys' game Tim Underwood scored 18 points for Wilson followed by Howard Wnnflyaid with 14. Donald Wn(son )«i O <eola with Kt points and Tommy Speirs followed wilU nine. (lirls 1 Oamr: !>os. F. . F. F. G. G. o. Osceola .. m> Mann (131 Robbin.s .. (21 Driver Ficlder Bowers Dunn Traylur . Andrews , Subslillltions: Wilson — Brinkley and Grcenwell. Osccola — Golden j and wiggington. Buys' Game — Courier XL-H'S Photo NKW KA'/.OHBACK COACH—John Hamliill deft). University of Arkansas athletic director, and- Otis Douglas, former Philadelphia Eagle griddcr and recently-appointed head coach of the University, got a bit oi rest in their hotel room yesterday belore addressing a group last night at the Noble Hotel. The pair spoke before the Osccola Rotary Club at noon yesterday. Wilson Pos H WooilyiirdlMlF, Pnirester (6) .. F. Tim under- wood (18) .C. ... E Woodyard H)G. ... Tom Underwood ilii .. G . ... Sub-.titviUons: Wilson Osceola .. <8) Dunn (51 Wcliiberc; ... (11 Perry .. (01 Speirs . (I) Cox — Gnrrett, and Mooring. Osceola—Wat- Blythevllle Pos. Leachvllle Hays (10) .... F. .. (6) Kcnnclt Gentry (2) F. .. (15) Jones Holland (17) .. C (8) Sain O'Brien (3) .... O (1) DIrst Childers (5) ... G (2) Buck Substitutions: Blytheville—Langley and Mosley. Leachville—Steed. Girls' Game Picgott Bare (4) ... Girder (15) Payne (12) Richardson . Hawkins Peters Pos. . P. . F. . P. . G. . G. G. Blytheville. .. (91 Bunch , (f>» Presnell (2) Williams Hale ...... Hodge Fowler Substitutions: Piggott—Lack 12), Howard and Renfro. Blytheville— Phillips (2), O'Dcll and Sutton. Senior Boys Blytheville Pos. Piggott Stires (5) P (2) Roertcr Wise (19) p. (n) Underwood J. Berry (G) ... c. .. (91 Williams Vance (6) G (C) Muse B. Berry (4) .. G (2) Lamb .Substitutions: Blytheville—Harrison (3), Bunch and Drake. Piggott —Bradshaw (3). Keiser Girls Lose To Von Guren in State AAU Meet Reiser's girls' cage sextet was dropped from the Arkansas AAU tournament in Little Rock ye-sterday hy a 65-42 lav; to Van Burcn. With the victory over the Mississippi Countians, Van Bllren moved into tile rmarteriinals, in which they will meet Marshall tonight Quarterfinals play beyan .this afternoon with Hartman meeting Tuckerman. Other games tonight pit HnnUs- villc against Malvcrn and Hazen (ifiainst Greenbiier. Other results yesterday and last niclitr Haunian ft7, Glen Rose AO. Kuntsville 52. Griffithvlllc 34. Tuckcrnian 50, P n lippin 38. Maivern 51. Dc.s Arc. -10. Marshall 47. Bee Branch 42. Hazen 52. Mount Ida 41. Grecnhrier 45i Hartford 37. Luxora Takes Triple-Header From Lepanto LUXORA, Feb. 8 Luxora High School's cage- team won (luce ^mps from Lepanlo at Lcpanto last night. The Junior girl. 1 ; won 1G-3, the senior girls wfire vfL'forioas -M-3'l and the senior boys copped a 49-39 decision. In spile of the score, the junior Sh-ls' giunc wjis the best of the tikjht. LepaiHo scoi'cd a field goal on the opening phiy or the game unci a free throw si little later but from there uu It 7, as aU Luxor n. Wnlkcr led Luxora with eight points. In the senior girls' game, u. Hnnna led Luxora v.'ith 132 points followed by Cockrcll with 13- Boll wns high for I.cpnnto with 28. In the buys' SII.HIC, Luxoia led all Hie way anil wa,s nevor in any serious trouble. White scored 13 jxrinls to /eat! the Panthers and Tolliver paced Ix^pantn wltii 10. Senior Girls GosneH's Boys Defeat Dell But Girls Team Loses Paul Christman to Stick By Retirement Plans Margin Remains Slim in Cage Scoring Race NEW YORK, Feb. B-(/l'i—Four points continue to separate George King of Morris Harvey (WVal anil Nate DeLong of River Falls (\V:si Teachers in .their b;itt!e for Individual national college basketbull CHICAGO, Feb. 8 —W)— Earl scor '"B honors. (Curly) Lambeau new coach of the i A compilation by t.lic Associnted Chicago Cardinals, is finding u(s; PrM t<Kla y showed Kins still first persuasive powers dimming since lie left the Green Bay Packers. Lambeau, who regularly used' to talked famed Packer end Don Hutson out of "retirement." yesterday vas unable to coax Cardinal Quarterback Paul Chrishnan to shelve his plan to quit pro football. The 31-year-old Christman told Lambeau he intends to make his retirement stick so he can devote full time to his sporting goods E?.!5S job. Only about one tenth of Am -ni holly trees arc female, uring berries. with 584 puinls to DpI.omTs 580. Each had scored 30 points in Ihe last week. William and Mary ot the Southern Conference came tlirouph last niirht with a major upset bv.beat- iiia North Carolina Slate, ranked ck'luh in this week's A. P. poll, 5J-50. The setback knocked M. c. Flale out of first place in the conference. Undefeated top-ranked Holy Crass won its 18th slrnlcht. an easy 103- 7fi triumph over Colnn ranked third, started a new win- nine stirak by Inking Akron. 71-57. pro- Lour; Island. N'o. fi. ciu:ounierr-rl ' Mnr-y.uectcd trouble wilh Kpriiir^fii-HI as.s> v.inninfi by onlv 51-If). Drtr..vi3 up^ct Cincinnati, ti7-50, in Cbicaun struii'.-m tv,-iii bill nf'rr itrr- Dame walloped Chicago 5fi- ]. Ko-irhnrn Mcllindi'.* humliled Tex- s A.V.-M 5ti- r >o -,u«l Texas lo-.ik 'ITA! ' f<>-:S7, (n Hip sfe-smv Soiidnvr-st CrjTiTcriMlrf Wa-itil.iTCfn Klaic licked Oiri-"n c-1-18 In the riir-ifir Const fjnftrrncc 1 northrrn rJivi^inn. ^an I'r.iTiri-i'n Irouncrd Xavier (Ohio) 37- 17 at Ov,f!!sboio. Kv. AmnliR the mailer schools, nncr-b(-?.tcn w\?\\ P.'iini won its ipth slnuglu heat- IKC Guiifurd, 60-57. Hlxora H. Hanna (22 Cockrell (13) Siephenton (2) I 1 os. . F. F. F. l.epanto <2I Harvison 128) Bell . (3) Hmton , .:. Maddox Roy Ilauptman Sexton (H) .. G. Brooks G Grimes G. (") AL.^o played forward. SubxtitutioHs: Lvixora — Totect, Icluirdsiin. and Clark. Lcpanto — 1), B. Hinton and Black- Luxora Stanford .(9) Morgan wood. Hoys' GitniR PO,-. O) .. F Ruthevford.UO* F. White (13) T... C. D. Conner (2) G. Barch (5) ..'.. G. Substitutions: Luxora — J. Conner (I>, Lunsfotd (B), Gray <3> and Williams. Lepanto — McClcHan, Glover. Lepanto f9l Elzcy Carpcntet (1) Kelly 14) Wilnioiith 110) Tolliver Arkesnsan Dies Of Bad Burns FORT SILL. Okln., Feb. 8. (AP)— A a^-yenr-ohi ArkcnLsa.s .snltlior dicci ye.stunkiy of burns received In a fire At the anny air here Monday. Tlie victim WHS Pvt. Leonard Spell Of Liuiohnrg, Ark. Authorities sold Spell was pulled from the burning builtiing by Pvt. Jiinu'.s E. Tunic. 21, Hfit SpritiL-.s, Ark. Tuttle wns burned but he i.s recovering The two snldiei'.s wcrn cleaning pnlnt spols \\itli qa.solinc \vlirn the fire .started. The building v.a.s dani- a^ed sliphtly. Ba.sfcPt.baU tennis of G<xsi\cLl ami Dell divided a pair of gunies at Grt-sjiL-ll tiight. Dell \vnn the? ?5rls' game 43-20 ami Gov-nell took ihc boys' H3-ia. Dixon. SiiTiinon.s and Alexander scored nil the i>oint.s for Ddl in the girls (jrtinc with' Dixon and Sitn- nions each counting 16 time* and AlexnridLT hoopiri(i through 11. Moody paced Gosueli with H and -. Jones .scored six. The boys' oftmc \vas a vrnlk-away for the Pirnte.s with French scor- Jig 10 points, mainly on re-bounds and Gann nine. Ct>ok stored .six [wints to lead Dell and Simmons netted. Jour. It wa,s the Homecoming j- a "ic for the Pirates and Miss Delore.s I^on- ner was crowned ba.skc,'tball queen. The GcsnelJ juniors will celebnilc their homccoiniug tonight in a double-header with Victoria tecmis. CIrl.s' G;mic Gloves Meet Moves into Semi-Finals Gosnell (14) Moody . . Caldwel! .. <5> Jones . D. Donncr Krecli ' MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Feb. 8. <AP) — The 14th annual Mid-South Golden Gloves tournament goes into its semi-fin:\! round tonight with Arkansas. Mississippi and Tennessee Ik'hSers slufgins lor a chance in tomorrow's finals. Tlie tourney, sixmsorcil by the Commercm! Appeal, opened Insl niaht ix'forc 2.04'j fans. Last nisht'.s results included: Gene Winters, North Little Rock. Ark., decisioned Aubrey Anderson. Osrcola, Ark. Open wc'itei ucight: John Grillhi. Osceola. Ark.; TKO Wyman Lints, Halls, Tenn. Jimmy Rnrigors, North Little Hock, TK.O Henry Griffin, Osceola Ark. Novice middleweight: Pemiscof Cage Tourney Begins Dcering, Wardell And Steelc Fives Win in First- Round ny JA.Mi:S BKRltV runner N'eus Correspondent CAR UTHKRSVILLE, Feb. 8— Hoys teams of Dcering, Stcelc and Wardell and the girls team of Holland won fhst round, games In the Pemiscot County basketball tournament here yesterday and last ni;;ht. In the tourney's opening session yesterday afternoon, the Doering boys trounced Braggadocio 58-33 with McLeod counting 17 noints to lead Deering to victory. G. Crowe led Braggadocio with 15 points. Coach Hennie Wilhelrn's Steele Bulldogs cd'icd the Wildcats of Coo^r -JG-3G in the tourney's sec- n'ld s-ainc yesterday afternoon. J Prcnklin scored 15 points to lead the B\i ''!e>'s and May led Coaler \vltli nil 1 * 1 . In sanies last night Holland'! air Is eot by Steele 51-41 to movi into the (luaiu'vfinals and Wardell' buys defeated Holland 32-30. Pat t"rs»i> scored 30 points lo lead Hol- h'luPs girls while Thompson lc< Siccle \villi 22. Till led Warclell' buys with 12 noinf.s and Avis pac cd Holland v ' ith the same number 1'irsl Game Pos. . r ..'81 T. Burton F.. <-!> J. Blavtoch C . .. < 151 G. Crowe G <3> Dr-BaI:t>\ .Q (4! Galluhcr Decring — Doiigan Vauqtm, Mavberry. and Bond. iftradocLO—S. Uurton (2), Wells . N. Blaylock, T Crov.'e. and Wat- j kins. <ll Deerin" Mcl.eod Dich'stm no Bnoker tV Wricht <(il Ward (12> . Svbstiuites: Second .Stccle Pn. Lamb (91 . P .1. Franklin (15) T C. Franklin (<1) .C nirtiou IH)..,.G Christian . G name Cooler . . . . '51 Ladd . . . W Edwaids Funderbnrk (01 May '21 L-. N. Jnner . (B) Riiftis Bishop. Osceola, Ark., de- ) McArthur Doll •« Pos. Dixon (16) K. . Simons 116) .. F.. Walters F.. Blanken.ship .. G.. Workman G .. Yelverton .... G _._ Substitutions: Dell — Alexander' Nav 5'(11), Bledsoe, Shepherd and AKen. Gosnell—Roberts (I). Lurius, Ward McGlice, U. Lucius, Bevcli, and M. Donncr. Gssnell Pos. Dell Oann (9) F Lewis French (10) .. F (6) Cook Ward lli) C..... (4) Simmons Hart (2) G By ran Ingram G (1) Brinn Substitutions: Gosnell — Emery (4), Lewis (2). Ledbelter, and Brown. Dell—Perkins '21. B. Minyard, J. Minyard and Birmingham. I'isioncd Robert eBasley, Jackson, Tenn. Coleman Lamnum. Osceola, dc- cis.ioiu'it Muirav Outlaw, Aberdeen Miss, O|it-n middleweight: E<jnny Ingram. North Little Rock, Substitutions: Steele — Fnnder- burk, Bthcridge Ml, Frnme Crawford, and Cameron .Cootcr—Boothc HI, Luster '2). and C. Jone.s. '1'IijnI (Junie I*os. Hleelc (361 F... (151 Burton HI F..(33) Thomuson (141 f (I) Wilfon G Q O Holland Patterson FiUhrgh Oales Christian Healhcock Robinson j Al>1: - Ko c - E - McMurty, Memphis Oray IBrandon Childcrs Snhstituttons: Steele—Partner (U, and Viar (21. Fourth Gan Wardell Prs. Gerry Priddv and Tiqers i . _ ^ -* Near Salary Agreement Fel). S—w^-The Detroit Tigers and second baseman Gerry Priddy were only a reported S'J.500 apart on contract terms today aimed indications he'd be in ! the fold by nightfall. ! Priddy, who drew S'.'ri.QOO with the ] St. Louis Borwns hist season, turned down [he Tigers' first offer yesterday. Best guesses were that he had been offered about S27.500 but was holding out for $30,000. Buys House by Phone TOTNKS. England —1,1',— W. R. Thomas bought a house at auction by telephone. The three-bedroom Ivinr-o wns au^lii'lied off [n this Dcvonshiie 'own. Thomas lives 12 miles north of hero. Hr wanted to uiiy (lie house b;it couldn't, get into Totncs to bid on it. So he telephoned his bid U> the iwrlmntrr's tlrrk. who passed it on to the aurlinneer. Thomas got the property for $4,700. 78-Year Old Publisher Still Going to School Livestock CORAL GABLES, Fla. Jersey NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Til., (API—A Feb. 8. Li',— (USDAl -Hogs 8500; liblislier, i lairty active; generally strong to er and former state Ic;;- f .25 higher than Tuesday's average; islntor is spending his spare time hulk Rood and choice ' 180-240 Ibs this winter by goin^ to .school. Wil- I 1^.-'5-17.75; several loads 17.35; exam C. Hunt, publisher of three ! trcnic_top 18.00 for several lots; most weekly newspapers in Cape May County, N. J., owner of .sever: theaters, president of the county chamber of commerce and Wildwrxid's lirst citixen, is taking a University of Miami course in "English Com- por.iton and Communcation." I.M-27CI Ibs 1B.50-17.25; 270-:ilU Ibs 15.75-16.5D; 140-170 Ibs 15.75-17.75; largely 17.50 down; medium to choice 100-130 Ib piss 12.15-15.50; gcoil and choice sows 400 Ibs down 14.511-15.25; heavier sows 12.50-1400- slags 8.50-11.00. Cattle 2500; calves 700; supply small; opening sales tieneralty steady on steers, heifers and cows: buH: MroiiE to .25 higher; vcnlcrs 1.00 lower: medium and gnoti steers 2L'.7;>-2t!.00; medium and t-rxid heifers and mixed yearlings 22.0 cniniiioii and low medium 1800- Nnr,AR\ PUT<; M v- ,,. 21 ' 00: s "°' i cows ' 1 " 5 <'-:»- l '0: com- iNiACiAiiA FALLS, N. V. —in;~ mm and medium cows 1550-1700 James Doyle was K m,, K to fly to : :int | RcrKi |, ci ters and mixed year- New York City to sec "South i>:,c- •• mil's 22.oa-Zfi.OB: common and tickets lo the medium 18.00-21.00; good cows 17.50- TB.dO; common and medium cow^ I. r >50-I7.(ll); canners and cutters Hunt sper.ds fo;ir nftcrnoom a week willi n sjiccial tutor in a University classroom. Double Trouble! iflc. Hut his two nuisical show were siolen one iiiphl, and Ihrcc niRlits lalrr ills two-air- i McCiilloeh 16) Till M2) ..... !-*^ 18) ... Gnithcr (21 ____ Winkler <!>.... F T C O G Holland (7) Rci:l (3) Cicec.v .(21 Taylor ..(12) Av\5 HarrlF Siiustit 1 / lions: Ward ell — Hawkins :i, V. Till. Buwen, Burnelt. L. Winkler. Holland — Nunnery and lope. (1). Cage Results By the: Associated Press Holy Cross 1C8, Colgiite 76 tx>ng IsUnd 51, Springiield (Mn.- 49 . J IN HIS 1 ACT—Traded by the New York CIiutHs to the Boston Braves, Outfielder Willard Marshall gets into the spirit of the change' at his Palisade, N.J., lioinc. Y Junior Chess Tourney Draws 17 Contestants Seventeen boys began play in the "Y" Junior chess tournament which started Saturday tourney uill continue player has competed morning. The until each In sixteen New Grid Coach Promises Wins Team to Use Split •* And Tight T, Missco* U. of A. Fans Told liy Gcorfc Clark (Courier News Sports editor) "The greatest thrill In football Is to come from behind, ami during my slay at the University of Arkansas I hope to show you a team that can rio that." That was the promise marie to University of Arkansas football fans of Mississippi County by new Razorback coach. Otis Douglas, (luring his visit to the county yesterday and last night. Coach Douglas, along with 0. of A. Athletic Director John Banihill s|>oke to members of the Osccola Rotary club at noon yesterday and then addressed North Mississippi County boosters at a dutch supper in Hotel Noble last night. The former William and Marv taeklc and Philadelphia Eiigle handyman assumed his duties as Razorback coach last month and since that time has been touring the state for the Razorfoack Booster Club. '•There'll be days that we will look pretty bad and days we will look good _ that's natural — but there'll be no ball game that I will go into next year but what I think I can win. I've seen touchdowns come too fast t o think otherwise." To Use Split ami Tijlil "T" 111 speaking of (lie offensive system he plans to use. Douglas said:/* think we will use both the split aW tight T. We plan to open up the game and do things necessary to win. If that calls for passm* behind our goal line, then we will pass behind our goal line. I believe we can move the ball against any lyam under thus system. Everv nimrter- back will be coached not to be thinking of first downs but of touchdowns to come through a scries of first downs. 1 ' He touched only briefly on his defensive plans saying that trip rtnz- orbacks will employ 3 ti^ht defense with the deepest man only six ynrrts back. Coach Dongias commented on ths protest of Dutch Meyer, TOO coacn, matcnes in "Round Robin" fashion. Kach mutch Is decided in the best two-out-of-three games. With 28 matches completed ol a : anything possible 136 to be played, the fol- coach rough" /oolbal""!^same a" Barney (Barnhill). Not dirly, but t on the rough brand of ball played I by Arkansas in last year's same, sny- |ing: "• ' • - ' - lowing boys lead in the. scoring: \V L Manley Feinbcrg 6 1 Billy Gilbow '.'. 8 2 Robert Birmingham 3 0 Ralph Snyder 4 2 rough." Plans fCol Hurried Barnhill, who surrendered his Job as head coach to become athletic, I director at Arkansas, explained p':ins Birmingham is defending cham-'for the broadening of tie a tl'u fc pum but d,d not compete Saturday set-up at the universilv The p'^ and still has 13 matches to com- he said, called for a broart basJt plete. Others entered in the tourney arc: Jimmy Watson, Brdriy ball, baseball, golf and track programs at the school but pointed out Phillips. Bobby Joe Thompson, Leon! that'football was to remain para- Frivett. LeRoy Criner. Johnny O'-1 mount because it brings in the-rcat- Brien, riayinmid Zachrey, Manley cst source of revenue Feinneig. Lowell Hcrron, D. I,. Bal- Barnhill described the rtrenl Shelton, Billy Hopper, Lymvood Hcrron and Edward Peterson. A-iemp/j/s Golfer Wins Money at San Antonio SAN ANTONIO. Tex.. Feb. 8— lift DuQuesne 71, Akron 57 William and Mary 54, North Carolina State 50 i Notre Dame 56, Chicago Loyola 41 Detroit 57, Marquette 44 DePatll 07. Cincinnati 59 Mainline 45, Augsburg 41 William Jewell 52. Ttockhurst 42 Friends <Kas) 59. McPherson 58 East Central Okla 61, Southeastern Okla 54 St. Ambrose (la) 82, Dubuque SO (two overtimes) Bethel <Kas) M, College of Emporia 49 Washburn 50, St. Benedicts (Kas) 46 WarrenMnug (Mo) 11 Rolla Mines 55 ' { Maryvillc (Mo) 49, Kirksville (Mo) ! 43 j Southern Methodist 58, Texas A i and M 5o Texas 69, Texas Christian 57 Arkansas State Teachers 70. Arkansas A and M 42 Onachita 74. Arkansas College Tl Washington state 64, Oregon 4H — Cllen Tea). Memphis, Tenn., with a six-under-pnr 05 won top money yesterday in the pro-nmaleur preliminary to the Texas open Golf tournament. Paired with R. B. McFarlin of San Antonio, Teal was low pro and split pro-amateur prize money with Al Brosch of Garden City, L. I. Bvosch was teamed with John Newman of San Antonio. Each pair had a rest ball of 62, nine under par. Third place went to pro Ray Hill and Rny Killian of San Antonio, with a 63. coaching shake-up as "nothing planned overnight but something that I had thought about for months. In fact, I began thinking about it last, season." "I felt that the progress being maiV: by the department was a lltllo more than one man could handle," he said, "and felt as If we harl reached the peak under out set-up." A film of the Arkansas-TCU game of last year, the game that brought the reprimand from the Executive Committee of the Southwest Conference, was shown at both meetings. North American corn production in 1949 was 40 per cent larger than the 1935-'3Q average. The word academy Is derived from the Grove of Acadeimis, north of Athens, where Plato taught. * 'i Originators Breeders BALL SAVER—Dawn Vick r it nJA. instrument v,ilh v.-m'ch golfers can retrieve bolls from Hazards. It telescopes to nine and a half feet, is on dis- 1 l.vy^ .it the National Sporting Goods Show in Chicago. RHNT A CAR Vnu 1'lc.isc Simpson Oil Co. Phono '?37 lane tickets disappeared. 12 ati-15.nO. Nursery diarriica (icnurally kills many InfatH.s in outbreaks in hospital ruirscrics. More tluin 30,000 nee kcglcrs will compete in Ihc American Bowling Congress Championships, to be held this year in Columbus, O!uo. Here, "bowling at its best" will reign supreme! Hill and Hill will not make you n chnrn- ion bowler, but it does offer you the enjoyment of "whiskey at its best!" 66 PROOF McKesson & Uobbius, Inc. • K.xdushc Distributors-Ullli: Itock • tia';'o Grain Neutral Spirits ARKOT 2-1 Cotton Planting Seed HcgislcrccI and Grown By The CnUon liranch Experiment >Stalion For Distribution in Arkansas. Tiif; Roll, Early maturity and its Staple and Yield compares favorably with leading varieties. Germ. SO Plus. Limited supply this year. Have part of a car now in lilytlievillc for sale. February delivery. See or Telephone RAY F. PRICE 114 West-Walnut BlyrhcYille Telephone L.D. 13 Local Phone 2271 A BETTER LAUNDRY For Expert Laundry and Dry Cleaning—Call 4474 NU-WA

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