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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1950 BLYTITEVII.I.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK SEV1CN Chicks Meet Leachville Tonight--Unofficial Grid Schedule Lists Lionesses, 6HS Girls Will Clash Papooses Travel To Jonesboro for t Tilt with Whirlwinds Coach James Fisher saEtl this morning Uiat rcgukir guard Tod Viint'ft was reported confiiu'd to his home willi ohk-kon pox Jiml would not see Jit'licm in tonight's giiiiii;. Sophomore Robert Harrison will start nl Vance's gu.irj. Squaws Lose To Luxora Six By34-18Count Semi-Finals Star! In Pemiscot Meet Leaebville's roaring Lions, one 01 Arkansas' top-rated h it'll school basketball teams, invade Haley Field gym tonight to eta.sh with Coach Jimmy Fisher's Ely the ville Chick- assnvs. The 1 Jons-Chicks contest will be the rniin even t of a twin -bill on the liiflh school court. In IVu- Iir;;t gi'ine. the Learhvillfi Ijonc.'^es will will bo seeking their .second win over IJl"thevlloV- wjul^ss Squaws. This p-'M" is s*t for 7:3(1, Conch RftrJ Siahler's junior Pitp- oo'fs wU! be bi'sv umi"1H, too. The. Pins leave this afternoon for jonefboro and n return game with JorT.sb'To's junior Whirlwind. The Pans will be out t^ duplicate au earlier win nver the Whirlwind, T !i ev o>fr-al f :d the Jone^boro juniors 43-U in a thriller here hist nK-uth. T^e Cliif'k - Lcachvillc srmrhblp v -;«] l>e one of fe ton-ranVhii jynnr-s of N'crt^e^st Arkansas this week Tills will be the second time s«as'in Hint the two tennis have i HT"". nn t^f hardwood co-'rt and tYic LUXORA, Fob. 10 — Coach Tye Adams' Luxora High School sextet handed the visiting Blytlieville SquiViVs a 34-18 shellacking here la.st night for . their second win of the season over the BlytheviUe team. The game was the feature ol a triple-header and Luxora teams were victorious in all three. In two junor games Luxora's junor hoys and fiirls won over Victoria with the girls victorious 27-20 and the boys wmnmg 35-16, Cockrcll Led the Punlherottcs to i'' ijiti their win over the Squaws by net- mrei I ting 15 points followed by Steph- I eiison with 10. For EJlythevilte Wil- j Humson mul Storey vserc hiyh with i. six points each, ! Coach Adams left his ; six in (he »ame only one quarter with the reserves taking over in , the .second and playing the rest j of tiie way. 1 Tnnalu, the Famliercltes acconi- • jmny the panthers to Wil.son for u . pmir of tilts and Blylhoville's | Smiaw.s meet LeachviHe at Blythe' ville. I nxora Po.s. HI) iheville H. Hanna 11 > F — Cocfcrell U5> .. K. .... , Sexton ,. G. .*.. Brooks G this Grimes G. Substitutions: Luxora — E Han ^ *U>, Richardson <5>. Johnsou, Caruthersville Meets Deering as Stecle Plnys Wardell Tonight Hy JAMKS IIKItllY Courier N'civs CorrrsjiontlcJil C AH UTHF.RSVIU.K, Ftrb. 10- Di'i'iinu. nieels Caivlhcrsvitlc J KU'Plp face?; Warded here tonight n.s the- annual Pcnnscol Counly basket bull tonrn;inirnt swings into the M'tiiJ-fiu;i] round, lit miK contests. Cooler and Hoi- v-ill flHtii for -IIio rlfiht lr tomorrow night's finuls ' ill 6 o'clock t(ini»ht and Hayti nice \V; nidi tit B:3Q The Merriii p-OaruthersvUle fracas will start lit T:15 with the Stec-lr- starting! V/-id«-i| t iH Irnhinitij? at 0:45 *" 1: ^' night's play, Cooler's girl-, gained a SH-JR decision over Dcorhi \vitii t'-c aid of Mnv's 32 points. Ili'ciiii'j drmnr-rl Hrwii's boys 30 35 ;u-c' O-i rnlhrtsv'Ho cnm« [dm t> ! as exnc-cied and eliminated llrn&> Cilv 'IR-28, Huvti's piiis \von (.he right to aH \*;iiire to the .srmf-fMi'']?, bv l>;ind iiiK Bragj'ar''vin n 3'i-3l defeat, Kirsl flume \VillbniNnri ..... O'Drll Cf.iltl'V Mav ' ____ Fowler ! Prrry Holland Beats In 'Y' League Clicks will be out to even t>ie s^re Mcrriman, Potect and Clark Bly}in the two Raine .series, Iivlbe first theville — Phillips <3>, Kij'p (3t, "mecline. l.cacltvillc was victorious Storey <G>. PrlvctL and sutton. by a dc"' a 'vp ivf-Kf" ' ISoasl 20-1 Record The Lions RVP currrnOy bor^tine B :-?0-l record which is one. of the be.it in the .s'Eite arid f'e brst of the Class A teams of District Three. T^eir onlv loss was to Lvnn in fie Arkansas St:'lo College touniiuncnt Irs*, iiiaiUli lint since that time they have defeated Lynn twice. j In addition to the Chicks, the Lions' victory string includes wins over Jonesboro. Arkadelphta. Kor- ir?i City. Manruuiuke and Paragould. Ttie Chicks will bo withort \.\:c services of tlicir co-captain and gimrci Dick Reid in tonight's en- pasement. Reid has missed several days of practice tins week ttuc to tl'e re-injury of his ankle and Coach Fisher said yesterday that he would be benched tonight. Bob Berry, sophomore brother of the Chicks captain Jim Berrv, will fill Reid's vacant guard spot. Young BTry has been tabbed by Conch Fisher as one ol his best pnvipeets ami 're has already seen action in a number of games as a starter. £ The remainder of the Chicks' "lineup wll remain Intact with Son- nv Stires and Charles Rav Wise at forwards. Jim Berry at cented and Ted Vance at the other guard post. ntn F V 113' J 1 I : . --Ill' n f ' ... Center- \V V '!?i Averet Hicks K'.wlill Ri.i-:tit F'-'ils; I O'"vr. Ca.'.sidy, Ho'brook. C, Richard:son. *fji. Ore-n. Sports Roundup "8 New Schools Among' Bookings l-'ullprton Jr. NKW YORK, Feb. 10. (,1V--Tho Ui BCM boner of the 1!)50 Imscbitll sr ison pruhiibly lias been committed u! ready . , . The Cincinnati un " ii In i mil association." . Don't y<ni suppose there \v:is n bull cci;irh in UK- vicinity who could h:ive waiiu.'d them alwul lUumnl? . . lir-iri^ new. the as-simtniiun •;ibly won't mi^ie m'.i'.-Ji fuss if llfils blow tlie first few KHIIICS , Hut li-( llu'in (j<> inlo May iti M'omd division und nny.s wll 1 u^o-ilhiy n swilch to the ""I" 1:11 iuu . . Hy the end ol thai Ihcif'll l>e i-iinubllnR that n<-;ui'' I'owel Crosslcy sets his ncudojnU: standards too hluh and Ath- o/lc-r bin onounh liKliicenicni.s t( ruokh's , , . How nbmiL room, bo: luilfim. Iniuks, liuiiuhy ami SIO inuntj.v . . . J!y June, Ciile.s and Couch" Luke tlewelL will be (ji-ltln^ tho.se nnsty phomt cults ul mUhUiiht, uid by July \ yon can look for (.'ooct h>-e Luke" banners fluppini; i round Cn»,ssloy Field , . . Yon i ui'l tell what tho.se uliunni will tin —but cliinice.s are at the first i sorblinn meeting 1 hey'11 Uucky WaltLM-s pre.stdcut. the inonl of Only Two Opponents Played Last Season Appear on !50 Slate Head Coarh Unwell Mi^lcy Blythrnllr Ili^h School snid ywtr-r- d:iy ttiat he lias lijied up a rontutlvoi 10-yririn 1 Kclinhilc for tlu? Hly'.iie- j M-a.Hin tliiit will include n;imo.s wlthj ei'-iht new .si-luxtls und only two that i \vcn- members of the 1 ( J49 .sliitr. i Clinch Motley nnniMincrci Llie un- ! official liiiokiiLL-.s lit a inceLin^ of the U'stai'v Club yc.-,t*'uEiU'. ptiiutiti^ out i hut two of tlie ({junc'.s on the srhiMl- ul' 1 weie only tentatively booked and '.hat the schedule ha/; > p ot to be approved by the Ai'kjin.sa. 1 ; Athletic Association lief<n'c becominj; officfnl. Tlu- only I wo "oldtiiufrs" 011 the l£ljO si a to are Jone, : ;lK)i"o and Turii- youUi, (lu- Chicks' olfie.st rivals. Tlio rlKht newcniiH-]-s ar? fvinn Initi" htiiios. Avkansii.s, Missouri, Tom its- see and Illinois. lit: UIc.s P^ra^ovild and Joneslxjro, only two other Arkansas teuins arc S100.0OO DELIVERY—All dressed up in a Pirale uniform. Paul Pettit demonstrates the delivery and KMO which enabled him to pitch six no-hit games for his hijjh school team. The Pittsburgh club paid the 18-year-old Loinila, Calif., left-hander $100.000 to sign through an agent. (2i; Y'lyti—White .son « 2' THH G:n J3, p. p p G Ceril R"bstitutes: Jones. 1'ourtb (.ainr 131 Pull?.) ...<2v Bell . .. Tilmnr, Pivtt JJ-rt - Gettings. Tlie Holland. Mo., liulependents continued their winninn ways in the Blyilievlllc Y's City Basket-1 "cWcr:se . W.l Lc:-gue Inst ni»ht by thumping | Phelan <2<i> the HlylheviHf Motor Company live \ Watts (13). 5«-4i: I n?mcs .... After a dose- first lialf the Mis-j Rfl^fH sourians pulled :iway in (he Into. " quarters to outdistance the strong BlytheviUe quintet. Bill Rogers hooped through 22 poii, : to lead Hoi 1 and while Billy Meharg was scoring 11 for the Motc.rinen. The game WHS the first of three league contests on the Armory court last night- The second game was the bfst . c the evening with Stecle bn'sh- I Substitutes; Carulher.svi!le Me.h- !ng past a re-juvinatcd Farmers' j rlc (5>. Btjoknut, Lacey '3), Lloyd Bank aggregation 32-2G. The game | 12). Mead CJi;BrnE;g City---MnoVc Cari'tfersvHSc Cantrell IT). Wilson (4i . Jarrett <9l.... Pankey U2>.. Stephans (41 P"S. P F C C. G llrafc c3i n. RndkiiJ 191 c. Hut'kin U) Holt 131 N-U] <;{t C' rtis V/ilson Will Meet l-!ixo?a in Headlincr; 12 Games Scheduled Crusaders Get 5cc?re but Tin- Jninl's .luinpht^ Winning up a bit after one of M 1 anowk'ss ski jumps, Hum Olrven.snn ol LncDula, N, H., notes ihitt ,';ome of the skiers are Iryinfi mil f-la.ss .skis. . . . "H tliey'rn suc- cc.vsfu!." Sinn ohservos. "maybe iii'iuHnd » ulu.ss will mean doitiK a quirk chvlsty. rather than get tiny to the bar Hist." spent 100 bucks on pocket knives and alarm clocks, which were- mailed to hl.s p;ils with witty (it fiiiys lierd) elect [but unsigned (irretluH-s . , . After fnlliufi to schedule Olc: Miss or Mls- sls^ijjpi State in football, little Imt, puwcj'fu! Mississippi Southern nf- tciccl to play either In lm:>kctlmll for c-hiitity. There weren't any Inkers, . . \Vlulo Plalo Aiulros, the Chicago CiirditiiOs j-uiird, was in n Nurinan, Okl.i.. hospital rectjver from a minor o|ir-i-atioii. a visitor spoke tflowitiKly of someone's bull- crtrryln^ nljllily. . . "Anybncly can :trry the ball," drawled Phitu. "It \\\\\ heavy." listed on the sclit'clule. Pitjyott and l\ot Spring, and the Hot Springs tfainc i-s only tontativcly booked. I.osc 'ihrec ttivals The ChSck.s kkst three old rlvalj frojn Iheir grid card Inte la.st year when 1'ine Bluf/, Little Itock and North Little Rock, in n combined move, .sevncd all further athletic relations with Blythnville for tmtin- nomn-erl reasons, Hownver, Lhrrp were reports thut the three .srhcy^U dccidnl on the action at a Flit; Six intit-tin^ iJi LHUe Rock shortly atu-r the closing nf th« jy-Sf) season, and this retKirl- was from a reliable j Tlin ChUk.s' 1050 .slale Inchule.s ; panics v.ith .such perennial ix>v:er- ! Jioa-K-;: a.s Jiick.son, Tenn., White• haven of Meniphus, I'oplur BKiff, Mit., Cleveland Hiyh of SI. Louis and ISejiUm, 111. hr; CU-'VcV.nul High . sramo is al.so only tentatively booked, I with the two schools rcix>rletl un- j able to nsrec on n guarantee price. Tiie 1050 schedule include.^ five same.s at home with the other five on the road. The two UrntnUvely bnoked d:it**.s ( however, arc slated for Blythe.ville. The CJilck. c = will open (heir season nKCihul Bartlett, Tenn.. Sept. 3 and will clofiR it NOV. 10 U the Clcvcliuid ilatc ifi IviUillcd. he Iti-complete un-o!ficial sched- uto follows: Team Where •Sept. 8 Harttelt, Tenn, here raracoultl thura Poplar IMufC, Mo, there Benion, III there Jnckson, Tenn. h^re Jone,s>joro hate Whltehaven, there Teiui. Hot Springs h«r NTW VOi'K. l-'L-b 10 (AP) - Hnly Cir.-.^. the only unbeaten nu'jur t-('l'C"e hr- kctly-ll ti::»m in the comniy, L-«t a M\ir<' Insl nk'ht. but 1 "ir« been like Sinn Isiiu'iiHrjn Jt'i^cy .lonc.s inaiiiti'iii.s that Vred- dtc He;-hrjri! either will bt: in the hc.s! sliapr of his career when IK.- inkc.s un NBA chump Ita/ard Charles in Diilliilu nr hn'll be all imnehcd out. - . . Jersey's fishier, Mayn;uri (no rein t ion» Jonfs hus bi'cn worKinj; with Ucshoiv and Jej'sey claims: I.: win Gurrien . trying fn »» \\'A\ f . 'AZ Haas, Planner Hold Slim Lead In Texas Open SAN ANTONIO. Tex., Feb. 10. <>7*i —There was a tight three-stroke spread among 34 sliarp-shcnteis today as the SlO.OOO Texas Open golT tournament moved into its second 18-hole round. Out front were Fred Haas. Jr of New Orleans ruid Johnny Palmer of Badin. N. C.. but they were only one stroke to the good over seven hot pursuers and Just two .strokes better than eleven more. Haas and Palmer whipped the blustery Fort Snm Houston course with three-uiulcr par 68 pwCorjn- nnces yesterday to lead a field of 308 seeking the gold and glory in I the twenty-third Texas Open. • They topped 20 par-buster;;. Fourteen more equalled regulation figures on two courses. Half the field played at Fort Sarn Houston's G.42G- yant lay-out. The others were at Brackenridge Park's 6,400 - yard .stretch, Brftckcnridge, like Sam Houston, has a TI par. At even 70 were pros Rod Munday of York, pa,; Toncy Penna nf Cincinnati: Bob Hamilton of handover, Md.; Tcri Gwin of Tulsa; Carry Middlecoff of Ormond Beach, pin"; Georgfi Fazio of Conshohocknn, P.T.; Dtok Metz of Arkarwa-s City, Kf\.s.; Iverson ^fnrtin of Graham, Tex,, and Gene Dahtbendcr of Mamaroneck, N. Y., and amateurs Bud Mc- Kinncy of Dallas and Jim Bcflrds- ^cy of Kingsville, Tex. was close nil the way with the 1 score tied ei^ht times during the fray. Biz7Cll paced the vic.or.; r. point- making with 12 points aiwi Arthur Cearley scored 18 for the "ilytheviUe team. In the final game of the night Hubbnrt Hardwtire's All-Stars defeated Wake field Service Station 42-31 with Jones scoring 18 point.'' for the All-Stars and Jim Lntr-; and c. Tiirelkek! scoring 10 each for Wakeficld. Rotary Honors Coaches Coaches Rnsseli M<«ley and John Staples and members of Blythe'-illc High School's Football team were (2), ITunt. Terry Gullcv Tech I rounces Hentdrix 95-33; Henderson Hy The ASSOC ialrtl Press Arkansas Tech .seems to lie more invincible as the bnskciball season crows older. The Wonder Hoys rucked up their 12th A1C triumph without a loss last nipht by swamping Hendrix, 05 to 33. It was never a contest. DC ward [lop.swi paced the win- j ricrs with 19 points. I Another tall center. Calvin TJio- I mafl. piu-hed in 18 points for Map- guests yesterday when the Blvthc- no jj a A & M in n , r{ , 5B ljp ^ el oE ville Rotary Club met. | t ), c C ;o!l»'"e nf the O irks Sharing the program witli the | OuachlU \voii the first'of (wo football tonir, were Bny Scouls Bob j nieet-ings with its crosslo-*n rival Bloclgclt and O'N T eal Deriman and ; without too much trouble, beating Ctib Scotit Glenn O. Ivirkl. Jr., v.'ho'; Hcndersnti. 73 (o f!0. explaine dfhe various pha^e,, of tln> | The Timers' srorinn: Scon tint; program. R. V,', Nichols was reciivud by the club a,s -A new member. Guc.st.s at the meet in? included \V. S. Radcr. Ihc Rev. Murvin Sib- Steclc; E. A. Winianw. St. ami D. F. Batctn;\n, I'ant- OUlCi. Cal Gus.sclt was Junior Rritari.in. Missco Cage Officials o Meet in Osccola The Mississippi County Bashrl- *l] Officials Association ha.s .st-lir;- iuled Us February meeting Cor Mon- i which is sch»lutcd tor 7:',10. At lea.st 10 Class B Loatr.s ol MLS- ] Thi» Cri'smTj si^sippi Cour.ty return to aciion lo-' Hie A.soch'ied ni^ht in 12 iiame.s. rdl .scheti lieil wi'hin tlu? county limits. The hcaiUiner garlic of the ni."h'. will bo played ;•! Wil.s^-n wl-.erc the? No- 1 ranked Wilson BulUloy.s take on the Mo. 2 ranked L"x >ra Panthers (or the third time this reason. The two fcfitu? nov; hold one victory n piece avul tonight's mcelinr; will be Uie rubber game. This will be the feature yame t^f a twin-bill with the girls' teams of the two schools clashing in the fit.st gnmc at rs, vnnkril Ui-.st In Press noil, whipped inte. 14-G9. before a four-round war nl straight j Slillman's every day." . . . Juck SthiuMrr. tht? Philadelphia \\n\c\ man, is trying to di[! up a liackfiekl conclnrm Job somruhcte for old Jhrx Thoi pr. wiin'd like to ut't back into crowd of fl.770. The r a mi'jtir ursct, Ifd ap'.ivkctl by UCLA Kan l~Xm Shannon b;Ut!rd Bob C'oiusy and Co. ri"H n:» to the end. Shannon -SC'M'L'tl '22 poiiil.s to Cyusy's Ifl. £cc':iui-ranked Hradlry had an easy i line dunking llmvaii, 17-53. \vhi : e S'. .^-l\.s *vf llvonkly. ! ivd for foisrth v- ith Oliit) filate whipped Ciiisiu.s. fi2-.-0, in the irattire f,.tnic of it twin bill at Madl-son S<|uare Wc.stern Kentucky, ranked had a "liat." ui"ht. tu thui Eov.liiu: Green. 10:f-87, in tlie. 1 1 th r In another top-uoU:\\ nlfniv. OR- ceola Seminole.s entertain their ttatUtional rivals. Marked Tree, in a pair of games in the Gsceoln Hi^h ( Sc];oo] gym. Thl.s will be O.'sccola'.s j 31 pnint.s thr Hint"ppt*rs from Ken- second meeting with the Indians of ] tucky liit 4'j of Poinsett. County and 'lie boys will [ tempts be Decking their second victory while the girls' will be after their first win over the perennial strong ; till M,') i ked Ticc Eqnaw.s. Aiiothn 1 not rivalrv will t:e, rc- kincUcd at DVC.S.S lonl-iht, too, the Dyess Ka^Ie.s take on their nciL'hborinq rivals. Lepp.nlo, in a pair of tiltfi The lirst R^mc of a fine the uiri.s" icunis v.'Uh the brjy.s clashin;: in tin- nightcap. ;iif.e'{'. Iiiciiaii-. \vho Ic^t, their £*ym a conjile nf works -\",o, are link; their .s.'hcclule. :snri will £•0 tn Tyro:iza lor a pair of uame.=; Dieno Stale, Colle^*- 1 already arc ar- f.uitts about wlio's tiotnt^ l<i have i'-st i:olle(»r (.;«,]T (earn on tlm \Vest CoasL UCLA's captain. Dick nunklc. Is one of the longest litl- ters ii> Ihul area, wliilo .San l^lcct hus Hud HolschfM- and Gene Littl'.-r winner and runiuMtip In (he H)it) nullonul "Jayi.'ce" junior lournn- tient at Hon.ston. Ddls All, IlralluTS When Hill Vci-ck was Iceliound Li Hpr in:; field. Mo.. recently. lu tnupped into a jewelry .store ami Sept. 22 Sept, ^9 Oct. U Oct. 2f) Oct. G *Oc.L 27 Nov. 4 'Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 30 Cleveland of St. JyjuLs Playoff Open Open. there her* MELLOW AS MOONLIGHT A rcnlly rich, light Str;ifKlit Kentucky Hourhon with ihnl old-fasliionod fiav(jr| Naturiilly ^ooil — nrtlunilly -i^<J- AH wliisky — Suaifil't whisliy — Kentucky wliiskyl Try it today. Nofiu 1 finer al any price. 'FROM THE? IIF£ ADD VIGOR OF THE GRAIt-l" College Cage Results By the Associated Frcss St. Johns <F!KN) 62, Canisilis 50 "nly Cro.^5 74. Rhorte Island State 69 Manhaltan 80. ^fY^J 55 B.ite.i 61, Beaton Univ 55 (overtime) Wake Fore.st 74, Virginia Military 51 Auburn 67. Georgia 54 Western Kentucky 103. Bowling Green 87 Chicago Loyola 52, John Carroll Eniporla fKas) 67, PillsburR <K;is> 51 Arizona 57. New Mexico 53 Oiachiu 78. Hcnder.=.or CO Magnolia (Ark) A and M 63. College of Ozarks 58 Arkaasas Tech 05, Hendrix 33 RENT A CAR Drive Anywhere Von Pleas* Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 about j evenly divided, with Morris Carlisle yeltiiiR the mo.st pnin!s~-IU scctrinsj honors for the inline \vcnt to Hcnrfcr.'ioirs DiviRht Jones, wtio lietl 18. aHlfd hj BID. H. D1C«L D1SIILI1NG COMP^Ny, THIS WHISHT fS 4 t»RS DID.. . II PfiQOF - B 7ti field i!oala at- vvinuiti" tti Cl:iCL |r 'i» Loyola t rimmed Carroll. <i:itird NYI?. 80-F15, i:!. Hp*h>n UJUV. i OIL' fjthi'r iMiuie. 1 . n[ rk niiti rjfj.iinn twin HlllC' ill ovi'rtl the New bil's. :ir ihr CollM'U'Ilr-r by Irivt-j , (JT-SI Wnkn I-'-irr.it ; ''d VivLiniii MiH;:iry. 7-1-.S7. Southern Cohf ill 'he H n|'r H:C by Uiinitiin;; Ncv. M 57-53. In other action, in the Clrt/.s B Yanks Sign Kid Hune.-r Mn.FOEirX Cnnn . F.:b. Hi, t/Tj — The N'f'.v York Yankffh h ivc s ; "nr{i [£Lts.-,(». IK-vi-ar-olfl Milfnrd tliiih Srlniol pitch':]-, in pl;i>' with the N'ji'fnll;. Vn.. leain in the Picd- mi*]it League. I Sis p:n c-nts (iiiif rru I provicii-u; for ;iry ]i!ns an i if It;; niiikos tho Yankee teiin Newcombe to Get $13,000 (lay night in tJin Chiunher of Com- niprcc office nt Osi-cnln, C liff nf Ocenla, .^ccrciary of the n,s.snn:Hion nniunnicccl todny. The meeting \vns twice for tliis month but was both times dnc to bad weather. Mr. Jolliff also stated thai all basketball coaches of the rrmnty arc invited to attend the meet rookie pitclicr, Muned Ills l!)Sn ccin- For grain, hay, livestock and machinery • Truss-dear.-Slraight sidewalls. No wasted space. • Quickly erecled. • Variable lengths. ., the supply is St. louls, Missouri di n fcrav, ary Company C. A. Tant Construction Co. Authorized Dealer for Hutler Sleel Buildings (leticral Conlractinfj Piione 896 P.O. Box 83 Elyllvsyille

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