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PAGE SO. BLYTHEV11.1.K (ARK.) COUKIKR NEWS — — •-!•__- • •-•.•.•* \<-»i%r\./ v^v/vj j\ i TJn i> c< yy SI «*/^ YVI A ' Paps And Osceola Win Junior Titles7Tw^Tournaments In Count7TnTw& pi -, ' ;'•'• ' '' I J • •! *• ; .—— • ' ' ' -m • • •• w , • W W. \ri^Ml% ViUWIIAA M/milA ~' ™ ^ - » mJE a* iftSLifc Tech C" Oh* &*t*J^HBn Porkers Back CJfcb ^i^Counly, Distrid Shawnee, Win Third Slots Championship Is .School's Second In Three Years Blytheville'* Papooses and the Osceola girbj were crowned junior cage champions of Mississippi County in the finals of the county junior tournaments at Haley Held Saturday night. The Paps won their second county championship in three ytnrs by nosing out LeachvllJes Junior Lions in Saturday night's finals. 25-21. In what proved to be the best game of the tournament. Osceola uiiseated (he Kefeer girts, 10-19 champs. In the finals of the girls' bracket, 20-11. In the two- consolation games that preceded the championship tilts, Shawnec's girls won third place In their division hy downing Dysse 26-15 and Manila's Junior Lioiis won similar honors in the boys' bracket by trouncing Osceola, 33-15. Katie Watson, the leading scorer of the tournament, paced her team to the championship by meshing 17 of the 20 points. The 17 points gave her a total of 48 for the three games played by Osceola in the tournament. Louella Cockerham led Dyess with seven points. Pips Pull Ahead The Pans had to come from behind in the last half to gain their victory. Trailing 15-11 at haUtime, the Paps finally got to clicking late in the third quarter, took the lead and controlled the ball throughout most of the fourth quarter forcim; the Lions to pla ya defeasive game. After a nip-alld-tuck first- quarter, Leachville commanded play during the second period and at halftime held a. four-point lead. The Paps were picked as favorites to win the tourney, Leachville wax ranked second and Manila,, third, '.when the brackets vwere drawn up. Montroe Holland, the Pa>K' big : center, scored 12 points in the championship game to bring his two-game total to 22 points, high Individually for the boys 1 tournament. Herschel Hicks of Manila scored 18 in three games for runner- up honors. ... W. B. Nicholson,-superintendent of - Blytheville school presented irophles to first, second and third place teams and annonriced the all-county selections in ceremonies after the final game. '• Blytheville placed three hoys and Osceola got four girls on the all- county teams picked by tournament officials. Meldonia Bcasley of Shawnee was picked as the most outstanding player or the tournament. She was also'elected to captain the girls' .team. Montro* Holland was the choice as captain of the boys' team. Best «portsmanship honors went to Mary Burllnson ol Dvcss and RDiiny Kennett o£ Leachville. The All-County Teams Girls^-Katle Watson, Ann S(«- In Wrestling' To Fight Here Maurice Tillet, the man who bills himself as the "ugliest m.-m In wrestling" and who Is internationally known as the "French Angel," will appear before Blytheville wrestling fans at Memorial Auditorium tonight. Tillet. a 250-pound Frenchman who has performed before thousands of wrestling fans all over the United Stales in his 10 years in this country, will meet Ken Kennett in Ihe feature bout of double main evrnt on thr.- American Legion's wrestling program. Tillet is the original "Angel" of wrestling. He was given the name of "French Angel" because of his un-human like appearance. He is one of the highest paid wrestlers in (he game today. The "Angel" was discovered in France a number of years ago and was brought to the United Slates in the 1930's by a Boston promoter. His odd-shaped body and uncanny wrestling ability has made him one of the greatest drawing cards in the history of American Tech Can Clinch Title This Week Wonder Boys Have 15-0 Record; Face Stare Tuesday Night LITTLE HOCK. 20-Mt— , . The 1050 A1C basketball champion ship will be decided this week i Arkansas Tech runs at its high stepping pace. All Tech's Wonder Boys have U dn i.s win any three of 'tliclr ncx five games ami they play three o them this week. They could carr off Ihc crown hy wiiinln* twi aines. One of those encounters— it ma lie the one that will cinch the till' for Tech — rolls around Tuesdaj night and will be the touches! o (he remaining lot for the leagi leading wonder Boy.s. That fray will be with serand- place Arkansas slate ami a victor) over tiic Indians would Just ntwui """' ....... frown for the Tecl Stafe lost the previous cncounte V^T' P/..*™'-'™" «»"»"«. irt'h Tech. B,, ' hi week n e . rhe •-Angel's" body is shaped like i,, E will be under different r.,v'Z. •vens, Jean Kendrick, and Martha Phillips of Osceola; Ida Nell Sisco, I/juelJa Cockerham and Shirley Amos of Ketser; Betty Welch and MeluoniR Beasley of Shawnee- Mary Burltson and Lorene Brownfield of Dyc.ss; and Mary Hannaford of Victoria. . Boys — Montroe Holland, Bob Childers and Bennie Hays of Blytheville; Ronnie Kennett and Danny Sain of Leachville; James Bullard and Herschel Hicks ol Manila- Carl Rose of Osceola Carlos Clark of Keiser; and Bob Tate of Luxora. Girls' Consolation Pos. (15) n yKK .(1) Carey ') M. Garey •f «) Burlison • G Jackson •G Brownfield G . York Substitutions: Shawnee—Starling Doudeaux, Jones, c. Shirley, Patterson and Kimberlin. Dyess—Doss Blirkhnrt, McBay, Carmichicli Nichols, Wilson and Henry. Roys' Consolation Manila (3:!, F os . ,15, o.,,. cn1a East (1) F. Tipton |6) p. Hicks f!3) c. Bullard (5) G . Downing (4>...G. Shawnee (2ti) Shannon (9). Miller (8).... Welch (9) Ehod P. Shirley Beasley ...... of a pre-historic man and since coming to America he has been observed by professors of some of the nation's leading universities. Kennet. is a newcomer to the Blytheville ring and Is being broughl in as a special opponent for Tillet. He has opposed the French freak before. In the other bout, on u»c card Ralph Garsbaldi of East St. Loui- will oppose Joe Welch. Both bonk will be a 90-nilnute time limit best two of threc-'Valls affairs. Missouri Wins Over Nebraska In Track Meet KANSAS CITY. Feb 20 M>j _ Outstanding individual performances marked track meets Involving Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Kansas last Saturday. Missouri's Tigers walloped Nebraska, O2',i to 41'.i at Lincoln Neb., while Oklahoma defeated Kansas 52M to 5 Hi at Norman. Missouri led Nebraska from the first ev'ent. while Nebraska needed a victory in the mile relay and broarl jump, final two even is. to beat Kansas. It was Nebraska's first loss of the season. No meet records were broken ami only, one ii-ns tied in the Missouri- Nebrnsk.i meet. Sophomore Harold Carter, of Missouri, won the 60- yard low hurdles in 6.9 seconds to tie the mark of Joe Shy, Missouri nmde In 1943. , • New meet records at Norman wet e: Broad Jump—Mcrwin McConncll Oklahoma. 23 feet. 880-yard run—Pat Bowers, Kansas. l:5i.s. Two mile run-Cliff Abel. Kansas. Pole vault — Bill Carroll. Oklahoma, 14 feel ?! inch. 440-yard dash-Charles Coleman Oklahoma, 52.1 seconds. M',' 6 run—Bob Karnes, Kansas, Shot put—Nate Graham Oklahoma, ta feet 7 Inches. Worehurst .(2) R. Rose (1) Colo .131 C. Rose PhiHips Hoppe and Mosconi Still Rule Cue Ranks CHICAGO. Feb. 20— IV,— Willie Hoppe. the perennial world champion, and Willie. Mosconi still rule the cue ranks. They were forced inlo playoffs last night before nailing down their world billiards titles. The 62-year-old Hoppe retained his three-cushion crown with n 50-28 T in In 58 innings over Joe Chamaco of Mexico City. Masconl. the Barringtnn N J wizard, booked his fifth world's title in the pocket billiards division in a playoff with Irving Crane of Bmghampton. N. Y. Moscotv won 150-112 in 18 innings. ine will be under different circum- stjnres. The Indians will have the visitors on the tricky and fast ns- ulisil court at home. Tech will trv to add another notch to its unblemished record of 15 conference victories when II visits Arkansas olleg at Bntesville tonlsht. Its third tilt of the week will be aaainst Henderson Friday night. Up until last weekend. Tech had omxJsition from two quarters Kinle and third olnce Arkansas Teachers. But Magnolia A. & M. removed T*»rhors as a threat bv t'fclng a 72-70 vlctorv over (he BI-TS In an overtime batlle. Slate also ind if<= record marred bv Oiinchitn. Tim Tiacrs upset the Indians fin to 55 Conference Stanrlines: Tesm Arkansas Tech Arkansas Stale Slate Teachers Ouarhita Ozarks MiienDlIn A>\r Arkansas A&M HemFrix Henderson W 1? 8 11 11 8 R 7 1.000 .BOO .731 IM7 College LRJC .' Onmcs this week: Monday — Arkansas Tech at Arkansas College, Ouachita at Hen- Tuesday _ Arkansas Tech at Arkansas State. Magnolia A*M at Hr"drlx. Slate Teachers at Onirfcs Wednesday — Arkansas College nt r.ittle Rack. Thursday — Henderson at Ozarks, Hcndrlx at Ouachita. Friday — Arkansas College at Arkansas AAM. Arkansas Stale at State Teachers, Henderson at Arkansas Tech. Saturday _ Arkansas Collide ill Magnolia. Arkansas Slate at Hendrix, Ozarks at Oauchita. ... •-*•••— .„, ntj^uih Substitutions: Manila _ \vc.-iver. Jobe, Fowler. Church and Davidson! Girls' Finals Hovs' Osceola (201 Pos. m* Reiser Bly'villc ("-.) ' K. Watson (17).F <•>) .«i«co i Hays (3, A. Elevens (3)..F.m L.. Ccck'ham ' Gentry o)...! Cons f Pauls ' Holland (12).. „ .-. - . Warren ^enririck G...D. Cockerham Substitutions; O.sceola — Hartley !). and D. Wilson. Keiscr—Johnson (a G Amos •110 FIJZ6IM*. GENUINE OLD STYLE SOUR MASH KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY BONDED 100 PROOF Childers <l>... O'Bvicn (6) 21) I.rachvillc ....<10> Jones ftil Sain .. (31 Kcimett (2) Dirst Buck Claim Four Arkanscns By Thr .Usuciateil Press At least four persons died violent- y In Arkansas over the weekend. r our of the victims met death In raffle mishaps. Ten-year-old Gloria Harrison of icar North Little Rock, was injured fatally Sunday when struck by n car as she walked up the drivewav of her home. At Paragould, Roy Pierceall. 64 of near Brookland (Craighcnri County, Ark., died en route to a hospitnl early Sunday from Injuries suffered In a brawl at the Greene County Jail. PicrccalPs assailant was 'dcntified as Albert Woginan 37. of Paragould. Two traffic fatalities Saturday raised Arkansas' violent death toll for Ihe week ended Feb 10 lo nt least nine. A smashup near Sheridan took the life of Scotl. Brewer. 36 Route •1. Sheridan. Eight other persons were Lnlured. A 07-year-old farmer. o(fie Ma(his. was killed when a car hit him cross Highway 65 as he tried to near St. .Toe. °. N .. TH . E .LEVFL—Dtlimlpilchei Fiedd% lliilcltmson isn't kidding «•),,,e giving mcim.id Is,,,, Weslon a few tips on Ihc proper place* inent of home plate in the Braves' Bradenlon, Via., park. Winlcrinc at the Doslon Iraining site, the Tigers' Ic-adirig hnrlcr in 1919 with' a 15-7 record will move north to Lakeland. Mar. 1, lo report to Manager Red Holfe. Ho/y Cross First Team to Run Win String to 22 in JO Years My JIK Falls NEW VOuri. Feb. vu. Ol'i -Un- bsnten Holy Crow, Ihe nation's No. college basketball power, is the this resort, city. A clear sky. oil up 22 straight victories. „ ,.„., Not since 1033 has any team gone border circuit. hroiigh its first 22 giimcs without a setback. In that season, Lon" is- and University recorded 21 cmise- I'tive triumps without a defeat a mark Holy Cross can tie by dov:n- ng Boston College tomorrow' night and Brown ncxi Saturday. The Crusaders, top-ranking miin- et in the Associated Press poll, also an be the first major teaiu in six •ears (o fijiisli with n spotless rec- j-d. Army's 1914 squad (15-0) was he last to turn the elusive trick, ac- _prdins to figures of the National "oHegiale Athlclic Bureau. However. Boston College figures o Ix- lough for Holy Cross, ''riic record, upset highly egarded VilJanova Saturday and out to avenge an early- easoil 93-« shellacking by Holy ^Iross. Other games on (lie Cri'sader chedule include Valparaiso. New 'oik AC, Columbia and Yale. The ast ihrce are road games. ' Meanwhile, several conference aces across the country are tiuht- mng. ; SI. l.ouis Plays Hradtcy St. Louis and Bradley play a re- urn engagement at Peoria, 11!., to- ight the coveted Missouri 'alley title hanging in the balance. acr. club an identical was 1340 Endovinas' Arkansas Jump-off-Joe creek Is tile name of a southern Oregon .stream tnlo which a pioneer. Joe Mel.oughlin is said to have jumped In 1335 antiar- enlly for the Joy of it. Twenty-seven states have tree farm systems. eague murk, firndlej'.' ranked sec- nd nationally, beat the Blllikens, -45. last month at St. Louis. The Southeastern title comes up or grabs Saturday night at Lex- iglon. Ky., where Kentucky, shoot- ig for a fourth straight crown, en- erlains Vandcrbilt. Vanriy has an 1-2 league mark. Kentucky 10-2: Ohio State, with six successive l-ague victories, appears to have 10 Big 10 flat clinched. Only Wi:i- onsin. witn a 6-2 loop figure, seems 0 have a chance at overhauling the IgVt-ranklng Buckeyes, who have ikcn nlr.c of 10 Western Confer- icc starts. Arkansas Ahcilrl The Big Seven lace—a four-team nuabblc among Kansas State. Nc- raska, "Kansas and Colorado — 'lrt go right down to.Ihc v.'irc. <-State and Nebraska, each with -2 circuit marks, currenlly are lied or the lead. Arkansas holds a slim edge over our rivnls in the Southwest rnce hilc Prircelon, which has an ov- rall 8-9 record, continues to sizzle 1 Ihe Ivy League. The Tigers rock- ted to the top of the league with 44 42 upset over Cornell Saturday or a 6-1 loop record. It's tournament time in the Southern Conference with North Carolina State, the defending champion -. .,.,, .,,. for a third straight year, favored nounccil today. to clean up. In the west. Wyoming Is a slep nhcail of Denver in the Skyline Six chase. The Cowboys have won 10 league games while losing three. Denver Is 10-4. Wnsl-Jjlgton State (10-41 controls the northern division of the Pacific ANHYDROUS AMMONIA FERTILIZER (U% Nitrogen) The newest fertilizer with more dollar return per ton. Contact u$ for your re- $' quirements. PER TON Armorcl LEE WILSON CO. Coast Conference while UCLA -<7-l) rules the Southern sector. Montana Stale, with a 9-1 slate heads the Rocky Mountain Conference and Arizona, unbeaten throu"! contests, is a walkover in the Oa f lawn Park To Open 17th Season Today HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Feb 20- th'~ U ' S h ° rse raci "S time again weather ant f - ^ jij "ctiwtcr am fast track greeted a near~capacit> crowd here today a s Oaklawn park started its 17th season since hor^e racing was revived in Arkansas The 30-day meet was kicked off at 2 p.m. when enries for the first race went to the post for a chance at the sl.200 purse. But the real excitement of opening day was to come later aer in Ihe afternoon when a field of ten thoroughbreds was to bcpin a battle for the featured. S2.000 in- aUBiiral handicap. Three top favoritics were entered in the six furlong sprint for three-year-olds and up. The number one choice has been accordcr Mrs. Emil Denemarks's Enforcer, previous winner of previous feature races here. The five- year-old seldlng carried top weight of 118 pounds. Another ^highly-regarded starter and Kontos' the Derby champion. which MRS assigned 114 pounds. W. II. Bishop's Don Coventry, a six-year-old, feldimr was another entry th.il had the back-ing of the crowd. The Don had a successful season at Chicago nnd Nrw Orleans this season, \vinm'n» nine straight races before running oul of Ihe money. Track officials arc prerticling that altendance and betting will be on an even par v;ith that ol last, year when a record of 214650 fans bet 510,090.061. The 14th running of the 410.000- arided Arkansas Derby March 23 will wind up the 30-dav meeting wlrch offers purses totaling $335 OCO. A SS.OOO handicap Is carried-for each Saturday prior to the derby. About 800 horses are quartered' at the track. Many mortj have stables outside the park. Jorqensen Siqns BROOKLYN, Feb. 20—01',-_Third base candidate Johnny (Spider) con- an- •lorgcnscn has signed his Iflso trart, the Brooklyn Dodgers Jorncnscn. 30. is a lelthandcd batter. He hit .269 last season in ,v Kamrs for the National champions. League Phone 2088 Porkers Back Into SWC Lead Texas Knocks SMU Into Second Place With Overtime Win Hy The Associated 1'rrss The university of Arkansas ., pack as the Southwest Conference basketball race nears he end of Us dizziest season. The nazorbacks, who pulled into first place lie Ihe hard way and then backed into the top spot when Texas cracked Southern Methodist University, piny lasl-place nice and second S.Mu Ihis week. SMU dropped back to the second spot after a 47-46 overtime loss to Texas, cellar-dwelling previously had almost removed Texas A. and M. from contention •ictory. a '82-52 This week's activity begins Tuesday niuht with nice meeting Ark- t Favrtteville. Texas C'-rist- Ian ninys Texas A. and . . Worth and Baylor plays Texas t Austin. Saturday. Arkansas goes to Dallas L 3 4 4 4 .6li7 .600 .556 .S5fi .500 GiTroinees High As Farm Owners WASHINGTON. Feb. 20. «>,-Thc v-.tcraiiE Administration said today nat 93 per cent of the 347.000 GI iill farm trainees at the end of 1H49 •llher owned their own farms or ipaated farms -.vhich they control- ed. The remaining ,, er cent _ on farms owned by others. Almost all the farm owners had mall family-type farms, run sin- le-handod or with the help of leathers 01 Ihe family, VA said All the farms, however, were said o be large enough to keep the vet- rm busy f u )i time anil to insure a satisfactory income at least by the end of the training program. on Married at Bed Of Confined Mother LOS ANGELES. Feb. 20-f/Pt- Irs. Floyd osborne has missed tree of her children's wcrtriin-s nice she entered the tuberculosis nit of General Hospital in IS43 So Ermal Osborne. 30. had his •eefding yesterday at his mother's edside, complete with bridesmaid cst man. wc dding cake and decor- teams. o lake on S.MU. Texas goes to Hotis'on to plnv Rice and Texas :hrl5tian mels Bavlor at Waco. Arkansas moved up into first Jlace tic last week by downing TCi; 52-43 and Texas "A and M 52-46 last week, and was left sland- ug alone out front wlien Texas ; , upset SMU. in other games SMU I Jonos1x)m beat Rice 55-48. TCU downed Texts 51-38 and Baylor nosed out Rice 60-59. Joe McDermott. Rice, replaced Tom Hamilton. Texas, as the eading scorer with 3IQ points to 318 for Hamilton. The Standings: league Team \y Arkansas g 0 rcu 5 Baylor 5 A. and M ] 5 Texas , ^ _ 4 Rice ' *' 2 Chicks to Monette Team In'A' Tourney Blytheville's Chickasaws are scheduled to meet the Monette Buffaloes in their first-round game of the District Three Class A basketball tournament which will be played in Lrnt'livllle next week, Coach James Fisher said this morning. Bracket for the tournament was drawn up at a meeting of school representatives iii Jonesboro yesterday. Tlie Chicks were placed in the upper bracekt along with Jonesboro and will meet the Hurricane in the quarter-finals provided of course, they get by Monette in the 1 first round.- Leachvillo, the defending champion team is in the tournament's lower bracket. Blytlieville's county champion Papooses will compete this weekend in the District Three junior tournament, at Jonesboro meeting the Tiumann juniors in their first round game. The junior event is scheduled to open Thursday night and continue through Saturday with the finals slated for Saturday night. The district A tournament will us( :k I in: -District Meets Scheduled Action Under WoV At Osceola; Wilson .i Host to 23 Teams J Basketball tournament lime blo«- Acticn started this afternoon at sceola where this Di s irt™"h ree Girls event Is being run off and tomorrow night county senior EtiK " title and "»•'-£ total of eieht ° a o eieht games will .be reeled off u,°I H fter ^tlon began at "TthK on bega 4.30 this afternoon with the ground game .he'dule'd Marmaduke. They . ame . yc a " ls » rt " n o° n ' I" the second game Stanford played Jonesboro at 5:30 : West Memphis played Shawnee a C.30; run-ell met Weiner at Tso- PigBOtt tangles with Lcpanto' at 3:30; Rector meets Keiser at, 9-30' Crawfordsville at Bird Dogs to Run In National Meet GRAND JUNCTION. Tcnn., Feb. 20—!.<rj—The first brace of champion quail hunters was called up today to open the trial to pick the nation's No. 1 birddog. The naliotial championship, with just about every topnotch pointer in the country entered, will take eight to ion days of judging. Each dog takes the field to run a three-honr-long hunt under the critical eyes of three judges. It's the toughest competition in tile nation. Every entry is a champ- Ion In his own right, holding title to nt least one recognized trial. This is the 52nd annual test, and the winner will bring iUs owner more than 51,000 in cash. Judges this year are Dr. C. Benton King of Brownsville, Tcnn.. Nash Buckingham of Memphis and Cecil Proctor or Oklahoma City. ations. Forty nurses, • patients and doctors looked on.as Ermal married Kalherlne Pcrdew, 22, AHa Loma. "It was so thoughtful of them." smiled Mrs. Osborne, "to have ^it here." Concrete Culvert Tile 3izcs no to 36 In, Corrugated Metal Culverts Sizes np to 84 in. Automatic Kloiid Gain Concrete Septic Tanks Metal Seplir Tanks Sewer Tile Best Prices \\ f n e \i-, n A.M. WEBB . Uig!i»-a? fil at Slate Line Phone 114 —••" ""^ be run-off Wednesday afternoon with the finals to he played Wednesday night n Trams In Wilson Meet '£ At Wilson. 13 girts and 10 boy/ teams will be comncting for county honors nndHhc right to represent Mississippi county in the District meets next week. First-round play starts at 5:30 tomorrow night and will be completed Wednesday night. The quarter finals will be'rim off Thursday night and Friday, night, the semi-finals Saturday morning nnd the finals Saturday night. Opening play in the county events ivill be the Dell and Bnrdetta girls, who clash at 5:30 tomorrow afleruoon. At 0:30. BlvthevUle's Souaws meet Manila: at 1:30. Burdelle's boys olay Osceola nnd at 8:30, the Shawnee girls meet I.r:>chville. The county B tournament Is exDcctod to be a wide-open affair with six teams listed as capable of winning the crown. .These are Wilson, the favored team": Shawnee, Dvcss, Luxora, Osceola and Gos- IK-ll. In the girls' tournament. Keiser favored to win with Wilson and Mixora both listed as strong contenders and Osceoln and Dell as likely dark-horses. Keiser is the top-seeded team of the event. - •£* In the district, junior girls, OsflP ceolii's county champion girh aiB^ given a good chance to cop lh» district crown. Rheumatism Arthritis drink ,MOUNTAIN VALLEY Thousands' hav* be«a 'helped br thi* famous health water. Not a &ua- tint. 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