The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1950 · Page 9
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS • — -^ "** * * "f» lljljEi VIKIt.) lAJUttlCitl IVtYVB •^ ... _ . mm « — : ;— : ——• :;• • PAGE NINB Paps Meet Whitton In County Tourney Tonight - ChicKs To Invade Dyess City Juniors Play|5~/ as Looks BT Mm .u Mr -^B^^fs-i^^^— „„ , „„„„ r-——— r™rfh Return City Juniors Play InSecondContest Girls Face _>hawnee in Opener In Cage Battles Elytheville's Papooses, Idled In (he first-round by a bye, see their first action In the Mississippi County Junior High School tcurnament tonight' meeting Wliilfon In i quarter-final match. • Tile tourney-favored Paris will see action In tonight's second game at 6:30. The Paps were seeded first In the pairings of tlie boys' tournament and were picked as the lep.m to beet for the championship. Three other eamcs are also scheduled for tonight. Hie firsl to start at, 5:30. The winners of tonight's panics will advance into the semifinal rounds which arc slated to be run off tomorrow morning. In tonight's firsl game Luxora's girts are slated to meet Shawnee with the Pap-Whittoti tussle scheduled for the second contest. In the third eame at 7:30 Victoria's Rirls will meet Keiscr and in the final lilt al 8:30 Wilson's boys play Manila Four teams moved into the semifinals oi the upper bracket in last n'ghts play with al! but one favored team coming through as expected. : In the first upset of the toiirna- meMts Osceola's junior boys came from behind in the closing minutes impose by Sliawnw 17-1S in the s^^nd game of the evening. The upset, win gave Osceola 'the right to meet second-seeded Lcachville in the semi-finals tomorrow. Leachville's boys moved into the semi-rounds just as expected b; trouncing Dyess 32-19 In lasl night's final game. 7r. gh'S' games last nighl bsceol: displayed the power of the tour tin ment by combining sweet ball ban dllng with crack shooting to walk over Manila 39-9. In this game Ka lie Nell Watson, Osceola forward established the Individual high point mark for the tournament sc far with 21 points. In the other girls' game Di'ess sextet had a little trouble with Wit son but won ns exoected 21-H. First Game Girls . D.vess (21V ' Pos. Looks B Teams Near ToCagersfor r , ff Season . .F . (14) Wilsor (9) Trannum ... (1) Jones (5) Nicholson Peeper S. Davis Garey (41 M! Ciarey (4) .. Bnrilson (10) .. Jackson Brpwnficld York ...:;:•..'.•.. _... Substitutions: Dyess—Doss. Burkhart. Matlock and r McBay. Wilson ABridges aml-Weaih'erforrt. : -"'• \ •^ Second Game '*• Boys Pos. (IS) Shawnee .. -P. Adams . :.F... (6) Jenkins .C (2) Felts FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Feb. 17. (fl'l — Arkansas football coaeh Olis Jouglas is turning to the Razorback asketball lean) in hopes of finding couple of sure-fingered pass re- clvers. He has announced that cage stars immy Cathcarl, six-feet-four and 05 pounds, and Bob Ambler, 6-7 iid 225. will try to win end posl- ions in spring'grid drills starting March 3. Ambler has seen limited football aclion here In past seasons, but il I'lll be Cathcaft'5 first fling at tlie port. There's an old belief at Arkansas hat playing basketball, with all Is ball handling, is a big help to in football. Many of he Razorbacks' great ends of the Pist. including Wear Schoonovcr. Jim Benton. Ray Hamilton. Jim Lee Howell and Howard Hickey. also were basketball stars Speaking of Cathcart and Ambler, Doualas declared: "They definitely fipnfe in my immediate plans at ends." Ducruesne Tips LIU 60 to 53; Niagara Wins NEW YORK, Feb., 17. UP)— Look, as if Duquesne and Western Kentucky are just about "in" for the National Invitation college basket ball tournament next month—Nia eara, too. maybe. Once-beaten Duqucsne, ranked fevenlh in this week's Associated Press national poll, smashed sixth ranked Long Island, 60-53. in Madl son Square Garden last night. Western Kentucky, ranked ninth chalked up ils 13lh straiaht victory by overwhelming Miami (Fla) 83-47 Niagara upset city College o New York. 68-81. in the first gam of the Garden doubleheader befon 18,000. This strengthened Niagara' hopes for a bid to N.I.T.. but th selection committee unofficially I reported at this time to be leanin ' ~ ' as the-better o (NY) area quin Osceola (17) Worehursl (4) R. Rose (4) . Cole (3) - Bunics ..... Stllwell ..G ____ ;.... Ralph ..... - ........... Q ____ (2) Collar Substilulions: Osceola — C. Rose Rogers. — Brewer (6), B. Felts and Bennett. .: ' Third -Game T.irls Ofcrola (39) Pos. (9) Manila K.Watson (21) .P.... (2! Shedd Elevens (6) ..... V ....... ^Johnson Cone . . ., ......... F, . (7) L. Wright Lowe ........... G...... Pleasant Phillips ......... G ____ '.- Matthews Kenrtrick ....... G.. ...... Kelllan Substitutions: Osceola — Donald- ion, j. atevcns, I. Watson (8), Hart" ley. (4). D. Wilson. Phliltpf. J. Wtl- fon. Manila— Wright, White, and Harris. . . Fourth Game Lcachville (32) Pos. (19) Dyess Jones (12) Sain (9) Kennett (6) Dirst (2) Bi'ck Substitutions: . F ____ (5) Barnes F ..... Kimbrell C (6) Humphries G.. (4) Criswell G ........ Nichols Leachvllle — steed . Adams. Bailey, Laws and Welch. 'ss— Humphrey, Nichols. Porkers and TCU Tangle Tonight FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., Feb. 17— <-1'>— A better line on the Southwest Conference basketball title prospects of Texas Christian and Arkansas will be provided when they tangle here tonight. This is a key game in the race. Not only are TCP and tlie Razorbacks tied for second place, but it will be the first time they have met this season. They'll square off again at Fort worth Feb. 27. Southern Methodist Is tlie leader only because it Tias played one more game than cither the Horned Frogs or the Porkers. SMU's loop record is six wins and three defeats. 5-3, and tonight'^ winner will mnv, Arkansas and TCU each stands al into a tie for first place Three Missco Squads Have Cage Games Left After Tonight's Play All but three of Mississippi Coun- V's H Class B basketball teams ull close their 1949-50 seasbn in lames tonight. Only Burdette, Kelwr and Luxora fill have games remaining • after onlght. Burdette''has two contests 'o go and Keiser and uixma one iach. At least 12 games are on the igetida , tonight in B circles with inly one considered a top-nolcher. In lhat game Gosnell's Pirates In- 'ade Wilson for a pair of contests vllh Wilson's high-touted Bulldogs. H will be tlie first meeting this fear between the two teams. - Luxora's powerful Panthers travel o Marked Tree for a pair of tills tonight while Shawnee's Indians close out their .season with a pair of games at West Memphis and Bur'delte goes to Osceola for two contests. \ . Dyess steps out of Ihe B class to take on invading Class A Blytheville in a single contest. In the class A division Leieh- villc's winning Lions go to Jones- Joro for a return game with Coach Eugene O.snicnt's'Golden Hurricane. Tills game will be one of the more important of, the state as Leachville and johesboro are rated high In state circles. " ' ' Leachville defeated tlie Hurricane 12 points in a meeting earlier this season. Another' Class A team, Manila, hits the road also .tonight going to Piggott for a pair of games. After tonight's games the class B teams begin concentrating on the county tournament which Is scheduled to start at Wilson next week. Outstanding Basketball Coach In Missco to Be Picked in Poll Camslus the two Buffalo tels. Underdog Dt'rmesiie look a 34-_ halftims lead, increased this to 36 20 at the start of the second hal then wilted under Long Island great rally that pulled Ihe Black bivds to within 53-51 with 3 1 ,*, mil utcs left, ,, .. ,.' " : Chuck Cooper's "dne-hari'ded piis shot and a free throw hauled 11 Dukes out of danger. It was Du o.nesne's 20th win against one de feat—lhat al the hands _of Louisville at Lotiisville. .Niagara, an U-poinl underdog, duplicated Duqi'esne's Teal in opening a bit; lead ,ind then withstanding CCNY's late rally. Boh Lavoy sparked Western Kentucky's to its 21st triumph in M games as-the boys from the blue grass cruntry swamped Miami. Lavoy 'allied 38 ooints, 28 coining in tbe seco ; id half. > Murray (Ky) State, on an eastern tour, came from behind a 14-2 deficit lo beat the New Brilain (Conn) Teachers, 62-58. Chicago Loyola also came from behind lo sink. Western Michigan, 85-71. Vanderbilt, ranked 20th. clung to first- place In the Southeastern Conference by swamping Mississippi, 80-47. St. Michaels of Vermont won Its first Vermont Conference championship in ten years by whipping Norwich. 63-30. West Texas trimmed New Mexico, 70-61, in the Border Conference. Tech and Ozorks To P/oy Tonight By The Associated Press Four games will be played in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference tonight, but they aren't expected to change the course of . the basketball title race. Arkansas Tech, the leader with 14 straight triumps and no losses, will seek to master the College of the Ozarks (or a second time this year at Clarksvllle. Second-place Arkansas State will be at Henderson, state Teachers, holding the third spot will visit Arkansas A. & M. Hendrix will be at Bcebe Junior College for non-loop plash. Two ga«ies last night had no bearing on the championship struggle. Magnolia A. & M. turned back Arkansas College, 61-55. and Oiia- Peanut-Lovinq Fans Win Fiqht; Seals Give In SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 17. Shelled from all sides, the head mafi of tlie San Francisco Soak conceded defeat and reopened the club's baseball park to the powerful peanut. Public opinion and the rough- jacketed little goober so dear to the fans' collective palate were too much for Paul 1. Pagan, president or the Pacific Coast League team. 1 'It" was a brave. : but sllort-lived edict: no more peanuts In Seals Stadium; costs ton much ($20,000 season) to clean up. Hardly had the ink dried on this pronouncement when Fagan's phone started doing a fandango. And, as the day progressed yesterday, irate fans were making runs on peanut vendors—evidently intending to mai: the portly Seal prexy a hatful of ihells. Several applied for city licenses to operate portable peanut stand; outside the ball park. "I give up," Fagan said and frantically telephoned sports writers U> spread the word. "He (Mr. Peanut) wins. It's th first time in my life I've been beaten, and it had to be by a pcam^" "By the wide dissemination of my decision to outlaw the peanut, I have found out the public wants peanuts Peanuts the public shall have, ant good ones—large, fresh roastec ones." "When I decided to bar peanuts I didn't think of all the peanll pickers it would throw out of wor! in the Virginia, Carolina and Geor gia peanut plantations. "Those people have a right ti earn a living." The Janitors think so, too. Repre scnted by the Building Service Em ployes Union, the Seals stadiun broom wielders announced the 1 they would demand JI.50 an hou for sweeping up ucanut shell's. That'. 15 cents an hour more than the: got last season. Leon Hart to Wed TURTLE CREEK.' Pa.. Feb. 17' p '--MV-Leon Hart, Notre Dame'. All-America end who will play with 'he Detroit Lions of the Nation* American Football League next fal tonight. Hart will wed Lois Newyahr a St. Coleman's church in this western Pennsylvania town. Both Har and his bride-to-be are 21 chita swamped Little Rock Junl College. 81 to 49. TOP BILLING—A sisfer act, Alice, 22. and Marlene Bauer 15 is the most magnetic attraction in women's golf. The Midland Tex misses mulched par 72 to lead the qualifiers in the -women's championship over, the Palm Beach Golf Club course. Tlie basketball coach, the lliat gcLj all the bliune and little of the credit, will be honored In Mississippi County this year. Bill Godwin, owner of Godwin Sporting Goods Store here, has announced that he Is currently conducting a poll of county coaches ind basketball officials in an effort to pick the coach who has done the most outstanding work this year and that a trophy will be presented him. Godwin, a former Blylhcville High School coach and star athlete, stated that he plans to make the award .mnually for the purpose of stimulating more basketball interest and better relationship between the coaches .of. the county, and at the same time give the coaches crcdil that is due them. Ballots have been or will be mailed to all basketball coaches and officials of the counly, Mr. Godwin said, and a number of votes have already been cast. The final vote is expected to be tabulated about March 1. .-•'•-. The trophy will be presented the Mach chosen as the mosl outstanding al the Mississippi County Basketball Officials Associ a lion's annual banquet in Manila next month. Basketball coaches of Ihe counly will be special guests at Ihc banquet. Mr. Godwin 'slated that he also plans to award an annual trophy to the high; school football team of the county that Is considered by coaches to have displayed the best sportsmanship during the season. This award will be made next fall. Ooklawn Season To Open Monday HOT SPRINGS. Ark., Feb. '17— (il'i —Prospective noriiinees for the Inaugural Handicap a t oaklawn Park nexl Monday make up an Imposing list or thoroughbreds: Nominations for the six-furlong iprlnt, the sixth and featured race >n the opening day of Oaklawn's 30-day spring meet, will be made tomorron-. But horsemen already have indicated lhat a full field 12 speedsters is likely. ,.N.. L. ( Raffelman's Quick Tiger winner of" tlie "l'949 Inaugural, I. among the probable contenders. Mrs. Emil Denemark is expected to enter her Provocative, Bullish or KnfoVcer, al! veteran campaigner.?, and maybe the thrcc-year-ol( Leo P. McL. Benny Creech may send Big Ping Or Sugar Beet to post tor tlie $2.000 purse. . : • Other 'could-bc's arc Carl Gra ham's Fancy Flyer, J. C. Ellis' Miss Neal, L. H. Thompson's Reign Belle W. 'H. Bishops' Don Coventry anr Inn., and Henry Forrcsl' Colton Joe If the latter arrives hen In-time from the New Orleans fal; Grounds Morormen Feat Hardware Fire Hubbard Hardware's drive for the City Basketball League's title suffered a- severe Jolt last night when they were handed a 34-30 defeat by the Bly'.heville Motor company Motormen in league action at the Armory. ' Led by center Bill Meharg who netted 13 points, the Moto.-nien up-set the All-Stars in the first game of last night's three-game slate. Jones led Hubbard with U points. In last night's second same Holland rolled over the Farmers Bank five 63-27. with Jones scoring 29 ---.-.,^HH rvunxtii utrHgue neM lan, ,ive oj-^(. wun jone.s scoring zy is due lo sign another sort of con- points for Holland and Arthur Gear- trant. tnnfirVif >- . '.- . .. ley scoring lo for the Bankers. In the final game Wakefield nosed out steele 39-35 with Thicl- keld scoring 11 points for the Service Station five and Hazey pacing Steele with 13. The teams will end tegular league play next week. Co''ege Cage Results Rr the Associated Press Duqucsne 60, Long Island 53. Niagara 68, CCNY 61. Murray (Ky) /62, New Brita (Conn) 58. Vandernilt BO, Mississippi 47. Western Kentucky 83, Miam (Fla) 47. • William and Mary 70, Wash Ington and Lee 57. Chicago Loyola 85, Western Mich Igan 71. Phillips Oilers 57, Regis 33. Ottawa (Kas) 60, Bethany (Kas 59. Cameron Okla.. Aggies 56, Okla homa Military 51. Central Okla. 66, Northeastern Okla. 43. West Texas 70, New Mexico 61. Magnolia (Arki A & M 61, A kansas College 55. RENT A CAR Anywhere Drive Von Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 ANHYDROUS AMMONIA FERTILIZER (84% Nitrogen) The newest fertilizer with more dollar return per ton. Contact us for your requirements. $' PER TON LEE WILSON CO. AdWOffVt oss of Pearson o Hurt Sooners University Official Verifies Action by Big Seven Committee NORMAN, Ok!a. r Feb. 17 (;Pj our fro.sliman footbai gume.s a rkansas have cost the Oklnhoma •Conors a key nifin In their Ung scoring mucliine of the past, i'o seasons. Llndoll Peiu-.son's college foolbnll nicer Li all over. Big Seven Con- eicnce faculty rejircsentalU'e-s have tiled, Oklahoma's represent nllwc, falter Kraft, last night confirmed >ports thai (he star' 20-ycnr-oUl allback was ruled Ineligible at the December meeting 'in Kansas City. This \s a heavy blow lo Okla- ouia's 1950 gridiron hopes, .(or the at 90-pound . ace Im-s - - cen one of the nation's lop ground liners during hl.s two years here. During the \94R campaign he nel- ed 55fl yards rushing for fi.7 yards er carry and scored seven touch- owns. Last year he rolled up 753 et yards on the ground Tor a 7.1 I'evatie. llo raced to 11 touchdowns, ttond among the Sooners only to unior Thomas, national scoring acler. And It wn« was his nifty running; nss play thai Jolted opponents fot nehriowns on five occasions dur- ig UIP unbeaten season Jnst year This deceptive heave netted seven nnplelloiLs in in tries for 103 yards To Ask UK- Hearing But Sooner supporters nre cling- ig to a statement from Co'cich Bur Vilkinson that he will nsk for ; 'hearing on Pearson's case whei o faculty- nice! j In Kansas City vtareh 3-4. Big swen Co:nm1s.sloncr Leaves Peters soys It would be perfectly in order." This peculiar situation which dens Pearson a third year ol varsiL ompelitlon Is an Ironic climax fo tie young athlete. After having everal touchdowns called back to infractions by his teammates e was dubbed the hard luck kid o isl year's mighty Sor.ners, SCCOIK ankcd In the nation. That wry look ox'er his shoulde: ach time he crossed the doubk tripe became a standing Joke among ans. He wa,s expecting: the red fla; hut so often haunted 'him after 3 ong .scoring Jaunt. Enrolling at Arkansas In the fa) f J947, Pearson played /our 'game. combined freshman and "B cam before transferring to Okla loma. The catch Is the Big Scvci counting that a varsity year, Only Heath Remain* The emergency measure mule ivhicYi he played was rescinded afte only a year, and wasn't counted a ty. participation In tlie South we=.t Conference. Had he .stayed a Arkansas," Pearson would have bcei ntltlcd to three years of varslt> play. Wilkinson already was faced wltj eplacing quarterback Rarrell Royn intl halfback Junior Thomas. Tha eaves from the bacJcflcld of th Avo-tfme Sugar Bowl champion ullback Leon Heath, voted the mos 'aluable player 1n the Sooners' 35 few Year's Day thrashing of Louisana State, Running behind Pearson last year vas Dick HeaUey, whose running ability still U a question mark. So are the Sooners' grid hopes now- In Kansas City Peters was asked why Ihe action on the Pearson was not announced immediately following the December conference meeting. He replied: 'It's the policy. of the conference to have the Individual schools announce their, own eglblllty ca-ses." Peters said numerous case.? ot IgibiliLy, primarily transfer case.?, come up at each meeting. He .said committee simply ruled on the years of eligibility the athlete in question "had remaining." Each school Is given a report on its j athletes In question, Peters said, j He explained that a school had not | violated any nite until it \i.\c.d a ! player whose eligibility had expired, j Sports Roundup 'Guards Return To Practice H«,h Jr. NEW YORK, Feb. 17 W>)-Oll<; •CBSOII why l»u MeKH'en, Mlclil- ;a.»'!> sophomore jensallon from Otlawa won't run In the A. A. U three-mile race tomorrow \x thai le's so gmxl he even ha.s Ills coach icnred After wntchtns McEwen nlng his two-mfe lime down from ):21.5 lo 9:069 In tlireo races, Coach >m Canlmm dor.m'l want to hurt Ihc kid's dianccs for future greatness by sending him against Wilt, Stone, efJiHo amj co. too soon. After reading a Washington columnist's report llml lie'd like lo be waived from the Braves to Washington, Tommy Holmes appealed to his newspaper friends: "Say it Isn't so " ...Tommy thinks he still has a chance; to he n Bnston rcsulnr and he doesn't think anybody can hit enoiiijh home runs In Griffith Sta- dlnni. A New Twlni A !iiiccc.<nor to the cclelnTitcd "Cluljfoot Comet," Assault, may be Your Host, a California-owned colt wlilcli Ls clue lo be propped for the Kentucky Derby.... Your Ucst Ims a ncrmnnently twl.slcd lioad anil neck which ijU'e what Is described as a "cockeyed look.",.. .Owner William Ooclz claims he sot that way as the result of an Injury while lie was a wcnnllng. but HICK'S n strong suspicion llml he's Just Rlvlns back mnzt-d stares to people who are ly .cnoniib lo bet 611 horses. Floyd (Ben) SehwarUwalder, Syracuse U. foolbnll coach, has turned down at least four offers this year from other schools, including Pin and West Virginia, his home stale .. .Baltimore's Jake Krnbry, who held tlie unusual position a year ago of being president of blp. league clubs in two s|»rts-lhe foolbnll Colls and basketball HullcU-i—isn't president of ellficr now....Woody Colcman of Roswoll, Oa., never had seen stock car automobile race before starting In the recent Jamboree at Daytona Beach, Fla. He finished tenth In a field of 43....dirt Kennedy, who tight* chiiriey Norkus in a Garden prelim tonight, won the Kansas Golden Gloves title In 1943 with only one victory....There, were only "three ll»)it hoavle.i entered ....If he had Chuck Wergclcs as his manager, that record might qualify .Curl for a main bout. i.;. Triry- Win Warned ' Since that Charlie Conaelier-Le» Walter rhubarb In Dclroll, Coach Dick frvln ef the : Canadlens has taken » tip from National Hociccy fragile prexy Clarence Campbell RIM. pasted a sign on his dressing room door....It reads: "SporU writers welcome—but they enter al llicl own risk." Injury Jinx Slows As Hope Brightens For Limping Souod Blythevllle's limping Chlckasawa, a little Improved from their Injury Jinx bill still far below their mid- season par, wind up tliclr 1950 road season tonight when (hey journey to for a return name with Coach Tom Parks' DytM Eagles. The Chirks, who have lost their last three starts mainly on the account of Injuries and Illness, had their hopes brightened a little yesterday when two of their ailing players returned to pracllce. But Coach James fisher still took > Slim view of tlie future. Vance xl Pr.icdce Guard Ted Vani-c, who lias been absent from the Chicks' lineup for nore than a week due to a case >f chicken pox, returned lo pi; C - iccs yesterday but, It is doubtful hat lie will see much action be!or» llstrict tournament time and Dick U'ld, the olher starting guard who *ias been riding the beucli with an injured ankle, rah for the first .ime in two Weeks yesterday but, t was only lor a lew minutes. And t is doubtful that, he wlll^be ready before tlie district tournament. Coach Fisher sent his make-shift lineup through a hard workout yesterday afternoon in final preparation for tonlKhl's lough Ult with the EjKlc.i. The workout, was :ut shorl however due lo the early starting lime of the c'ounly'junior tournaments that are being played al the Haley Field gym. llycss Favored Tnnl;ht The c.hlcks •defeated Ihe Eaglei In the two teams' meeting . earlier this monlh but lhal woi. when the Tribe Jiad its regular llnr- up Intact. Dyess will:be favored to win tonight's game. Tlie Eagle.s are one of the strongest Class B teams of the county and arc listed among Ihe favorite* lo cop the county championship. They liave'hclitht as well a.s balance and play a tight, rust break. -.'. The Chlcka will have only onV more game to play alter tonlght'i Wednesday night they return home to meet-the Manila Lions In the final game of their IBM schedule. Cleaning the Cuff Look.! lik, the U. of Arizona ti „ cinch to represent the Southwest In the NOAA basketball playoffs, "Fabulous Fido" Murphy has been hired to manage the Drummondvtile Qne., entry In the Cln.<s C Provincial League '«t the fabulous salary of 13.000 per season. The league will get a lot of it back in fines ....Herman Hlckman tells his sou them friends: "I love to visit yoi down there, but as for yale playing yon—no thanks...You see, I you." know Enlisted men of the Continent; Marines wore green shirts, gree coats with red facings, breeches t light-colored cloth, woolen stock- Ings and round, green hats with white bindings. Newsprint Taken By Argentina BUENOS AIRES. Feb. 17—{*•)— Argentina's government, has &gali taken over dlslrlmitlon of newt- print to tlie country's pipers. Tlie government seized all newsprint stocks yesterday arid s«l* It would Impound future paper shipments until * shortage la overcome. :' ^ . Similar action waj taken lul year. The government sold then It sought lo conserve Argentlna'i scarce stock of dollar*. The capital's Independent newspapers. La Nacion and La Prens*, each will Tose an estimated 3.000 tons of paper. . IMSUtAttd MtlMAMC* QCMAMCI t 5«w witk fitkoml Ststr! firing Protect*** DI3TRJOT W. I,. 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