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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 25, 1950
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1950 BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Finals Tonight In County B Tournament-NetteitonUpsets Paps In District Meet Keiser Sextet Defeats Wilson ^fage Winners Move To District 3 Meer Scheduled Next Week WILSON, Feb. 25—County championships of the senior girls and Cla.^s B boys Jilgli school ^divisions will be decided here tonight In the finals of the county tournaments being played in the Wilson Hifih School eymn and the winning teams of both tournaments will represent this county in District hrce toiir- iifitncnts to be placyd next week. Opiwnents for the final games were to be decided this morning when the senn-fhml games were scheduled to be run off. Meeting in semi-final action this morning were the Manila and Missco girl 1 ; at 8 o'clock, the Dyc?s and Luxora boys at 9 o'clock, tire Reiser nnd Luxora girls at 10 o'clock and the Wilson and Shawnee boys at 11 o'clock. Quarter-final action In the tournaments was completed last night with four teams moving Into the aemi-final rounds. The best game of the night was the first one in which the tourney-favored Keiser girls were pressed to get by third- seeded Wilson 28-27. The Keiser girls had to come from behind In the late quarters to do the trick. The game was a nil and tuck atfair all the way witt neither team ever holding a com mjjj[llng lead. Sp other games last night th lAixora girls downed Osceola 37-2 to move Into the semi-final round* Wilson's Bulldogs, favorites of th boys' division, found the going eas against the Dell Bluejays and wo easily 30-15 and shawnee's boy were surprised by lowly Kctser bu won anyway 33-29. Two consolation games will als be played tonight between the semi llnal iosers of both brackets, Th first game Is scheduled to start a 6 o'clock. First Game Girls Pos. . p. F. .. F. . G. .. O. .. C. Wddlecoff's 37 is Best in Houston Open HOUSTON, Feb. 25. W—There's o Jinx on Houston golf courses tor alional Open • Champion Cliry iddlecoff. The former Memphis dentist, for second strlght year, has moved to the Houston Open and 'Cap- irerl the gallery from Houston's iloiful hometowner.^Jtnuny Dcm- ret. Middlecoff yesterday carded a Wilson (27 (10) Campbe (2) J. Bowe Bir .. (15) Pri' ... . Trnyli .'.. . Andrew Bowe Keiser (28) Johnson (11) Dairl (15) .. Crews (2) ... Gridley Williams .... Amos Substitutions: Wilson—P. and Greemvell. Second Game linys Wilson (39) Po.s. Dell (IS Forrester (2) . F Lew H. W'yard (15) F . Coo T.JJ'wood (15) G... (8) Simmoi T.^)'wood (2) G (5) Minyar E. W'yard (3) G (2) Pcrkil Substitutions: Wilson — Mu (21. Deer, Giirrett, Boyie.s and Web Dell—Bailsman, (2) Minyar Reams, Wells and Brinn. Third Game Girls Luxora <3T>' Pos. Osceola <2' Haima (16) ... P..;...' (5) Mat Rockrell (10) . P (4) Robbin Stephenson (in F (15) Watso Sexton G Field Grimes ....— G Kendric Richardson ... O Phllli] Fourth Game Shawnee (33) Pos. Keiser (29) Higgins (5) ... F (4) Kennedy Robertson (8) . P (7) Childs Welch (7) C (1) Clark Harrison (5) .. G (8) Pace Housaman (5) G (7) Bullion * Substitutions: Shawnee— Adams, Lame (1), Haskctt, Dell (2) and Speck. Keiser—Moblcy (1), Anderson and Mason (1). x-imdcr par 06 for 36-hole 37 and n two stroke lead in the 2-hole S10.000 tournament. He scored a two under part 3 agio on (he ninth hole and took our pars on tlic back side of par 2 Brae Burn Country Club course. All this was going on while Dem- ret was struggling to get a par 2 fo ra 14(i. The gallery, very partisan for Jemarct until his scores -and the •ealher—got so bad he' a;lthcirew. y that time Middlecoff had n ad that he lost only by one- Iroke in a thrilling finish to ohnny Palmer, Badin, N, C. Middlecoff says he has little hope f duplicating his 137 today ,-ind omoiTow. He figures he would settle for a talr of 10's. which would give him list about what he thinks It will ake to win the S2000 first prize—' l 72-he.le 270 or 217. His nearest opponent is Kd Fur-' gol, Royal Oak, Mich., who lost his "Irst day lead yesterday by slutnp- to a one-over part. 73. seven . strokes more than on Thursday. NLR Cage Star Ruled Ineligible By Own Coach NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Feb. 2g. W— The North Little Rock High School basketball coach has notified the Arkansas Athletic Ass- oociation that one of his starting forwards should be declared Ineligible. Coach Larry Hayes said the player. Bobby Stage, played with a "pick up" independent team at Keo Tuesday night. AAA regulations lorbid any player appearing with a team other than his high school outfit during the regular season. If Stage is declared ineligible It will mean his suspension from AAA basketball play for one year from Tuesday. Other sports will not be affected. Stage was the leading ground gainer for the Wildcats In football last fall. An inellgibility ruling also will give the Little Rock Tigers a 2-0 forfeit over the Wildcats. The Wildcats defeated Little R«ck, 28-26, Thursday night with Stage's final field goal providing the winning margin. All games in which an Ineligible player performs are forfeited. The game with Little Rock is the only one played by the Wildcats since Tuesday. Hayes said he had written both the AAA and Little Hock about Stage. "As far as we are concerned," he said, "Stage is Ineligible." AAA Executive Secretary Johnio Burnett sairt he would delay n nil- ing until he received Hays' written report. Osceo!a r s Junior Girls Claim Title Unofficial State Crown Is Added, to District, County Championships Osceola Junior High School's girli basketball team; undefeated In 15 starts this season, today laid claim to the un-official junior girls' state championship. Claim to the non-existant title was made by the school through Charles Jolliff, secretary of the Os•cola Chamber of Commerce, who satd that the Osceola team was willing "to compare records with any other team in the state. The Scminolcs' Junior sextet this week won the District Three championship by defeating Stanford, Greene County champions. 32-11 In the finals of the district, tournament Wednesday night. Last week they walked olf with Mississippi County honors, witnessing only minor trouble. In announcing the claim Mr. Jolliff said that "Osceolans are aware of the fact that no state tournament is held lor Arkansas junior Kirls therefore no official state champion can or will be declared. However, the Osccolans are willing to compare their record with any other team in the state." Avrrajie 20 Points Per Game In the IS games played this year the Osceola team averaged 20 points per game to the opposition's 14. The team is well balanced but unusually tall for a junior girls' team, averafl- 'ng five feet, eight Inches in height. The Osceola juniors were sparked by forward Katie Watson, who averaged 17 points per game for tl season. She was named on both the all-county nnd all-district teams. The Osceola team started daily practices on Jan. 15 but managed to get in eight games during the regular season. The Junior Semln- oles won seven games in the county and district tournaments. Four other members of the team were named on the all-district team. They were Ann Stevens. Carolyn Lowe. Martha Phillips and 'Jean SMALL SHOWS SHOCK—George Small (left), Brooklyn middleweight, bows his head nnd wipes his eye as he talks of the death Lavern Roach, Texas fighter, at New York Thursday. Roach tiled Thursday from head injuries received in his 10-round bout with Small at New York the night before. With Small in the offices of the International Boxing Club Is his manager, sol Gold.—(AP Wliepholo). Kendrick. Deword Dopson Sets AIC Record By The Associated Press gh scoring and a new individual I'Scord marked three Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference basketball Esmcs Fri(T;ty night. Arkansas Tech racked up its 18th consecutive AIC victory with an 8't-ftt win over Henderson Teachers at RusscllvJlle. Arkansas A. and M. won by an almost identical score, 85-65, over '- Arkansas College at Monttccllo and Arkansas State downed State Teachers, 71-65, at Con way. Tech center Dcwnrd Dopson dropper! tn-56 points to exceed the old AIO individual record of 51 set by Dick Stewart of Arkansas College several years ago. Tech already has clinched the ... „..„_ „„., AIC title. Arkansas State is in sec- outstanding lineman ond place. ' Los Angeles Rams Get Jim Wirtkler LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25. (/D— The Los Angeles Rams of the Na- tlonal-Amcricnn Football League ioday acquired 235-pound tackle Jim 'Wlnkler of Texas A. & M. for a back and a tackle in a deal with the an Francisco 49ers. Hillary Chollct of Cornell, the back, and tackle Clay Matthews of Georgia Tech were the players traded for Wiuklcr. All were on the reserve list of the two clubs. The Rams original! drafted winkler. all-Southwest Conference tackle, in 1048, but he was placed on active duty ns a lieutenant in (he Army following his grndunlion fiom college. His is expected to be rclnsed from the Army prior to the ' Grudge Bout Scheduled for Mat Match The Welch brothers will get n chance to settle their gruge with Elmer Davis, who officiated a match here two weeks ago, Monday night. Three of them have been paired against Davis nnd two other wrestlers on the American Legion's wrestling card. Roy, who hurled a challenge at Davis after he and one of his brothers had been disqualified In a match, will bring along brothers Jack nnd Joe for the six-man grudge affair. Davis will have ns his partners Al tteU and Buddy Knox. the other two wrestlers who figured in the bout two weeks ago. The six-man tag affair will constitute the entire program and is expected to be nothing short of a genuine rough house. The Welch brothers are a bit peeved at Davis for his action In disqualifying tbem and they are bent on doing something about It. Davis, who was called In to officiate the bout because Promote^ Mike Meroney. who generally Is the third man In the ring, was ailing. The Welch brothers, Roy and Joe, charged that Davis was partial to their opposition, Knox and Getz, and during the third fall of the bout directed several of their blows at him thus causing Davis 1 action. Before the smoke of the battle had died away Roy demanded that Promoter Meroney arrange a mntch with Davis. The grudge bout will be over Die best two of three falls route with no time limit. There will be no pre- lim-nnry bouts due to the unpredictable length of the main event College Cage Results By The Associated 1'rcss Kasl Brooklyn College 07, St. Johns (Bkn'i 00 Columbia 74, Dartmouth' 51 Pcnn Stale 72. ColRate 57 Maine 60, New Hampshire '15 Buffalo Univ 77. Western Reserve 04 St. Francis (Bkn)'7fi, Hawaii 64 Oneonta (NY) 74, Gcncseo Tchrs Sou Hi Washington and Lee 95, Virginia 83 Tulnne 77, Louisiana State 71 Maryland State 85, Kings (Pa) l>0 South Carolina 59. Maryland -14 North Carolina 04, Duke 40 Murray (Ky) 75, Moreheati <Ky) GO Midwest Fort Hays (Kas) State 56, Pitts- uurRh (Kas) 43 Friends (Kas) 50, Mt-Phcrson 55 Oklahoma Baptist 57, Southwestern Okla 42 East Central Okln 03. Northwestern Okla 35 Phillips Univ Bums, White Sox Complete Rosters All Players in Fold And Ready for.Opcning Of Spring Training N10W YOHK. Feb. 25. (/!>)—The Urooklyn Dodgers and Chicago While Sox are nil set for next Wednesday's opening of spring training, AH I heir players have cotnc to trnn.s. Three major lengno ball clubs now IKUT their rosters complete. Die New York Giants' squad had previously been signed In full. Pitcher nex Barney nnd tnficldcr Bobby wired their accept- Okla 53 54. Northeastern season. Ilnm Coach Joe Stydnhar snid he expects Wlnkler to prove an Ireland to Send Ambassador to U. S. DUBLIN. Ireland. Feb. 25. (ft, John J. Hearnc will serve as Ireland's first ambassador to the United States. Hearne's appointment was announced yesterday in line with a recent decision by tlic United States and Ireland to raise the rant- of their diplomatic representatives 58. Wayne (Nab) SB, Doanc 57 Washington (St. Louis) 51, Valparaiso 40 Hastings 86, York (Neb) 59 Kent State 64, Baldwin-Wallace 61 Kansas Wcsleyan 02, Ottawa (Kas) 45 Drury 46, William Jewell 45 Southwestern (Kas) 50, Washburn 47 Bethany (Kas) 63, Baker 51 Kirksville (Mo) 54, Culver-Stockton 47 Southwest Arizona State IFiagstnrf) New Mexico 52 Arkansas A&M 85, Arkansas College 05 Arkansas Tech 84, Henderson G4 Arkansas State 71, Arkansas State Tchrs 65 Far West USLA 46, California 44 Stanford 00, Southern California 57 Nevada 68. St. Marys (Calif) 52 Oregon State 51, Oregon 42 Utah 52, Colorado A&M 38 Idaho 57. Washington 40 Denver 59, VV.voi--.inir 52 Brigham Young GO. Utah State 46 Washington State fa, Gonzagn 3 Montana 71. Montana State 51 Regis 55. Western Colorado 41 San Jose State 51, College of Pacific 47 Goes to Finals OfSub-Regiona I'OftTAGEVILI.E. Pel). 2!>. (ITi— Portasevillc's HiillctoRs battled thel way into the finals of the sub regional tournament at niseo Ins night by downing n stubborn Esse: team 38-36 In a semi-final gam, Inst night. The Bullcioes nrc slated to nice Morehonse In the finals of the tour namcnt at S:30 tonight. Morclimis went into the championship ronnd iy defeating Bernle BO-55 In nn overtime period. In the Morehouse-Bcrnie game, the score was tied at 50-50 at the end of regulation play but More- liouse pulled away in the extra Lhrce-mlrinte period, In spite of the fact he scored only one point. Tanner, shortest plnycr en the Porlageville team, sparked 'Us team's victory, iris brilliant defensive piny set up many a Bulldog point nnd he was red-hot under both baskets. Scfinl led PortaKcville's scoring ii 12 points while Coffee paced i-x with 13. ance of terras to the Dodgers yesterday. «-hilc (he White Sox crnck second bascinan, Cnss Michaels, okayed hi.s contract by phone. Barney. 2!>-yc-nr-ol<i rlRhthandcd pitcher, received a cut in pay. He h:id a 0-8 record last season. Mnrgiin. S:i, of Oklahoma City. comes up from Montreal, where be was the most valuable player In the Internnlio'nnl League In 1949 and led (he circuit in batting with .337. Michaels had .spurned a half do/en White Sox offers before coming to an agreement. He reportedly nsked $18.000. Slcvrrs Slfins The St. Louis Browns signed up their 1949 American Lenguc rookie of the year, outfielder Roy SIcvcrs. Roy Is believed to hnve received a nice boost in pay for this season. The Detroit Tigers added outfielder Hoot Evcrs to their list. receiving acceptance of terms from Evcrs i)y wire. Hoot was paid n reported $'20.000 last season. Only pitchers Hal Ncwhouscr nnd Freddie Hufchinson remain out of the Tiger -fold. Three more signatures were added to Philadelphia Phllly contracts. Righthander pitcher Hnnk Dorowy, a veteran with a 12-12 record )nst year; veteran shortstop Eddie Miller nnd rookie infielder Ajcx Grab- ow.tkl inked the papers. ^ The Cleveland Indians added one Lo their list when rookie outfielder Orestes Mtnoso agreed to terms. The nine players accounted for yer.terdny cut the ranks of unsigned majnr leaguers to 55-15 In the National Lcngne nnd 40 In the American. Brooklyn Nips St. Johns in Major Upset NEW YORK. ret). 25. W>—Denver. Stanford and Brooklyn College grabbed the spotlight' in college basketball last night. Denver whipped favored Wyoming. In addition the victory broke Wyoming's 22-game winning strenk. Stanford virtually eliminated Southern California from the Southern division race of the Pacific, Coast Conference 17 whipping tIRC. 00-57, behind George Yardlcy's 25 points. Brooklyn College upset St. Join. _ or Brooklyn, Ihc nation's sixth- ranking team In the A. P. poll. C7-IJ6. It was Brooklyn's 21st, vic- tora.v aealnst four defeats. California in scoring led UCLA mail the closlngJmimitc" then lost In the last to seconds, 46-44. on Alan Sawyer's llpln. UCLA leads the PCC southern division. Idaho knocked Washington out of the PCC-northcrn division rnce. 5740. but Oregon State stayed In the running uelilml Washington State by trimming Oregon, 51-42. Columbia kept Its title hopes alive In the Hislcrn "Ivy" League by trimming Dartmouth, 74-51. South Carolina won n spot In the Soul hern Conference tourney next week by nicking Marylnncl. 59-41, -- North Carolina walloped Duke, nearly Joined upset. The these Bears Prs. .P Essex (13) Coffee PortngcviHe Seen! (12) ... Tanner (I) Edwards (7) . Reaves (7) ... Zohner (1) ... Substitutions: Pnrtagevillo — Wilson nnd Buck. Essex— Howcn and J. Williamson. ..F (4) King ..C (11) vlnson . .Ci.. (5) Ellcdgc O. B. Williamson G4-46. Western Kentucky, the nntlon's eighth ranked tenin. opened play In the Ohio Valley Conference twir- ney by swamping Tenn. Tech. 10-60 Oneonta (NY) Teachers kept Its Juniors Ousted n Quarter-Finals Loss of Holland, Plus Cockiness, Help Bring 39-31 Defeat JONESBORO. Feb. 25 — Loss »f their star center. Montroc Holland, plus a slieht case of cockiness sent the Blythevillc Papooses down In defeat In the quarter-duals ol the District Three tournament, here yesterday. NeltlDton, a team that has been full of surprises all year, upset the second-rated Papooses 33-31 In a quarter-final match yesterday afternoon to move Into semi-final play. And Mississippi County's two other representatives in the tournament also were knocked out In other quarter-final action. Leachvllle was defeated by Joncsboro 41-32 yesterday afternoon and Manila lost to Alexander 45-37 last night after they had won over Crawtcrtisvllle 42-15 yesterday morning. Semi-final action in the tournament was held this morning with the finals scheduled for tonight. The Pnps operated without the services of Holland, who suffered a badly sprained ankle In a game Thursday night. Holland did not ill-ess out with the Paps; In fact, he was left at home when the Bly- tlievilie team made Its return trip to the tournament. Bob Chllclcrs led the Paps scoring with 12 points while Owens scored 10 for the victors. The defeat was the third of the season for the Pap.? unbeaten slate cleam among the minor schools by winning Its lath ' Owens (10) straight against Gcncsco, 74-51. In other narrcs Pcnii Slute beat Colgac, '12-57, utuli trimmed Colorado A&M. 52-38 nnd nilgham Young took Utah Slate. GO-1G. against 17 victories. Nettlcton Pos. liridgcr (11) . p... P. Davis F... C... Klcch (4) .... G... E. Davl.l (5) ... G ... Blythevllle Hays . CD Gentry (12) Chllder.i (7) Lnngley . (5) O'Brien Hollywood Continued from Page 4 shocking." Now It's has signed Arthur Treachcr who for a TV scries—"Hi Ark. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Conr(, Cbtcka- District, Mississippi dimity, Patty Lynn Smith, pltf. vs. No. 11.227 Johnnie Duke Smith Oft. The defendant, Johnnie Duke Smith, Ls hereby warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty (30) days, to answer the complaint of Patty Lynn Smith, filed In said court; otherwise the allegations thereof will be laken os confessed. Dated this 24 day of February, Neighbor Grill.". . . Donald Woods Is ribbing me about his film "come- brick." Says he did four A pictures, one B, three plays nnd 53 radio shows last year. . . . Warners nrc talking nbout teaming Doris Day and Irene Rvan ns sisters In .a forthcoming film. They're both on Bob Hope's nirshow. . . . Jeanette McDonald begins her annual con- cerD tour In April. AVAIININO OIlDKIt I" (be Circuit Court, Cbkkasaw- ba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Fidelity Mutual Insurance Company, a corporation, Pllf. vs. No. 4311 W. L. 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