The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1950 · Page 12
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FA<R •LITUEVILLE (ARK.) OOUHrEH 1TfW» TUESDAY, ifOTnimn u, wt 7,000-Acre Public Land Also WillBe Open for Fishing Area at Big Lake To Be Open for Duck Season Drainage District 17' Will Make Sale to , Game, Fitk Commission j • .-. .' A 1,80ft acre wooded area adja- eent to the red era I Waterfowl Re- fuf*,!! Bif Lafce is to be purchased by the Arkansas Crime and Fish Commission for future development u a public hunting and fishing area,.It was announced today. The G*me and Fish Commission, at a meeting In Lttle Rock yesterday, elected to purchase the wooded land from the Drainage District IV along .with a 10,060 ac're area on Black River in 'clay County to be developed , and maintained by the state as a public duck shooting and fishing area. : . •T. A.-McAroiX, executive secret*ry ftf the Game and wish"'Commission, made the ^announcement and stated that both areas will be opened and controlled by the state during the 18SO duck season which opens Dec. 1. .' !'I7" No«"Neltrl«ii. C. G. > Redman, secretary of Drainage : District'/17, said this morning that, the pramige District had offered to sell • the 7,666 acre are*: to the Game and: ruh Com- etssibn .torn* time ago "but,'that as yel, the Drainage' District has not been notified officially of the action taken yesterday by the com- mlsrion. The Big Lake are* adjoins the Federal Waterfowl Refute on the east. M If Vocal*! immediately tut of the old levee , extending north to the Missouri-Arkansas State Line, south to Dry Cypress Island, which la midway between Break No. 1 and Break No. 2, and east to two and one-half ' miles east of Drainage Ditch 'No. S7- which 1» commonly known as "North and South Ditch." FtUM For Fwture In Jte announfcerrient this mom- tnf tJit.Comml.wion did not say what : development wort would be done but • it wax reported here by an unofficial but reliable source that'the Commission plans to spend a "considerable amount of money" on developing.the area, However,' no - Immediate work is beint; planned, the report stated, due lo the lack »f time. R was also reported thi year- round fishinft and hunting ;will be warden-controlled in; the area; public duck blinds are to be constructed, and two ports of • entry maintained as checking points bo discourage violations of. game and fish regulation!!, all probably within the next two years. .Th« 7,00» acre wooded tract: and the similar but larger area In Clay County were the only two wooded •reas in Kastem Arkansas available to the Commission,'it was reported. It ..wu pointed out that the purchase of the land by the Game and Fish "Commission would in no way interfere with duck huntini In the are* this yean Griffith After Lou Boudrequ For His Nats WASHINGTON, Nov. 31. (/F,— Clark Griffith set two goals [or himself ori his gist birthday yesterday—the firat one being acquisition" of Lou Boudreau to play shortstop" for the Washington Senators. ' " Griffith said at a big birthday party that he made an-offer last week to Boudreau, the Cleveland Indians' former manager and star ihortstop. He Indicated'he hopes to hear something by next Monday. Boudreau. 33 'and a 'free" agent since hit release by the Indians', •aid at his home in Harvey, III., that there -was '"nothing new the subject^! won't make 'a decision until later on." '. He reportedly has had offers also I Trom the New York Yankees and 1 the Boston Red Sox. And there hm been talk he might wind up managing the Pittsburgh Pirates. Griffith,'the "old fox" who it president of the Senators, was sur-"" rounded by his family and some Washington friends as he celebrated his birthday. Griffs second goal? Te live to be 100. —Courier News Photo V AKMORKI/S GYM —Shown above is Armorers new 150,000 high school gym which will be officially ;opened tonight by a basketball doubleheader betw'een Armorel and Burdette. teams. The new gym Is ihe school's first. It also houses the school cafeteria. Louis Labeled 'Gangster by Communists VIENNA, Nor. Jl. (JP>— Joe Louis, comrades, is a gangster—a gangster of "imperialist sport". t,he Commuriisls'so tell millions of East Buropesns. The have .few ways <" knowing what the rest of the world hints. The former heavyweight, boxing ihampion', to the Communists. Is a i cod excuse for anti-American propaganda. This Is what Communist newspapers in the Balkans have been tellign their readers recently: "Not long ago, Joe Louis arrived Rio De Janlero. The object of his trip was not that of organizing sporting contests. Immediately he arrived,'he began an inflamed speech about the 'splendid liberty nd civilization' In the United States and the necessity of war to How the 'American way of life' o be extended over other countries.- / . 'Joe Louis was sent to Brazil use.his former:sporting glory to make propaganda in favor of war." That is a Communist theme—hat American sports are developed "prepare young . Americans for wars-and looting 'like the bestial aggression In Korea." Although the Communists ad- .•ance contrary points of view for heir own sports programs, their newspapers agree on one thing: "The golden days 01 the 'Invincibility and superiority 1 of American sports have gone for ever. Corroded by the cancer of profiteer- ,sm, U. S. sport Is today far be- ilnd the nourishing-development of Soviet physical training and sport. "The imperialist sporting gentlemen," assert* the Romanian newspaper Scateia Tineretului, "boil with rage when they hear about the, victories of outstanding sportsmen in the Soviet Union and <he peoples' democracies." SWC Squads Tune Up for Saturday Tilts DALLAS, Tex.. Nov.- Jl. (IF)— Southwest ^Conference varsity football players took It easy yesterday as squads tuned up for this week's games. Gridclers at tn« University of Texas, conference champion, and Texas A. and M. got a two-day holiday. These two teams meet Nov. 30. It was an off-day or light Homey To Quit Buics for Yanks YORK. Nov. .21. (-TV— Roy Hamey, one of baseball's lop executives, is going back to work for" his first -love, New York Yankees, the world champions. Hamey. general manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates the past lour years, will sever connections with the Pirates on Dec. 1 and become assistant general manager for the Yanks. The 48-year-old executive decided yesterday to break off with tile Barefoot Booter Finds Wide Foot Is Better than Practice *y .I.«;K STKVKNSON TEMPE, Ariz, Nnv. 21. (^-Barefoot Bobby fuller, the nation's leading collegiate po'inl-afler-touchdown kicker, finds a wide foot more valuable than practice, "My foot's so broad It's hard to* miss." says the Aruuna State College at Tcmpe senior halfback who wears a special 6G shoe which is about eight si/.es wide. He tugs the right one off, however, before place kicking the conversions and his Jersey number 13 U familiar to Tempe fans as he's sent 42 of 44 attempts through the uprights this season. That's five more than Boh Gain of Kentucky. In second place with'37 out of 41 attempts. There's a chance robot Robert, who only practices kicking two or three times a week, may equal or break the major college all-lime extra point record of 47. It was set by Army's Dick Walterhouse in 1944 and equalled by Georgia's George Jernigan in 1947. - Observers, however, aren't giving Fuller and his sun Devil mates much chance of scoring five touchdowns Saturday against the University of Idaho in the season's finale. Performances In the Salad Bowl at Phoenix, where Arliona State plays again on New Year's Day, don't count. Tom Are Back '. Fuller boots with the ball of his foot. His toes are curled back. He Isn't sure but thinks perhaps the toes help give the proper direction as the barefoot kicks make a high arch and are perfect for the conversions. Since "high school days, there's been trouble selling coaches on his unconventional?placements...It wasn't until his finalhigh school game that he was allowed to try for an extra point. 'I made k," Bob remembers and his collegiate record show he made good on the one try he had during his first varsity year here. Last sea- on tie-finally convinced Coach Ed Doherty. .Out of 4« attempts he scored on . 39 and added three against Xavler In the Salad Bo-,v This year, after missing once against New Mexico, h'e booted 34 straight before being about four inches off against Arizona, late in the game which the Devils won 4713. In practices he's kicked field goals from 35 yards out, but hasn't tried it In a game. His biggest thrill didn't come on a kick. It was a 92-yard runback of a kickoff against New Mexico A. fc M. last season. Bob finished the run, took off his shoe, handed it to the referee and then calmly added the seventh point. Aggies May Get Post-Season Bid Texas AIM May Ploy Maryland in Legion's President Cup Game It; WlLlJAM O, VABK WASHINGTON, Nor. Jli <*)_ American Legion sponsors of th« game were reported ready today to name Maryland and the Texas Aggies us opponentt In the. Presi- dent's' cup toot ball contest to b4 played »t College Park, Md., Dec 9. Gams official* would not confirm (hat those two teams had been .selected, but said an announcement of the opponents could probably be exacted In the afternoon. Unofficially, all signs pointed lo the Aggies and Terrapins is contestant* in the event to be. staged for benefit of the I>B(on Welfare Fund. The Washington Post »nd the Dallas News both said those two teams had lieen chosen. The Houston Chronicle said they had been invited. Although the Aggies have been beaten three times—by Oklahoma, Baylor and Rice—and the Marylanders have lost twice and been tied once, they are considered to be among the country's strongest teams. Maryland bowed to Georgia and North Carolina State and was tied by North Carolina. Byrrt Stadii the brand new site of the brand-new contest, is.loot- ed at the University of Maryland, just outside Washington. President Truman endorsed th» contest when Legion officials suggested it u means of raisins; money for Legion rehabilitation activities. drill for the regulars'al practically all of the other schools, too. Baylor worked hard, checking Us defenses and running plays it plans to use against Southern Methodist Saturday. About all the Southern Methodist first string did was run around the field, but reserves jot. a good work out. Reserves went through a game condition scrimmage at Texas Christian, but the regulars took it easy. Rice, fresh rrom its upset victory over A. and M., had a scrimmage for the reserves, a day of rest for the regulars., Arkansas started 'tuning up for its 'last game or the schedule- Thursday's meeting with Tulsa. Most squads reported the players in good physical shape. Louis Is Okayed For Comeback CHICAGO, Nov. 21. (iP, — joe Louis has been pronounced "In ex- ellent condition" for the. start of his comeback in a 10-round bout with Cesar Brion at Chicago stadium on Nov. 29. Louis and Brlon both passed physical tests yesterday before the Illinois Athletic Commission. Dr. John Houston, commission physician, said Louis' blood pressure and pulse reactions were good. "Joe's in excellent condition," he reported. Pirates although his reported »40,000 a year contract doesn't expire until 1952. Hamey's status with the Pirates has been In doubt since Branch Rickey recently was signed as vice- president and general manager of the Bucs. Mustangs Defeat Kickeroos 6-5 in Y Soccer League The Mustangs practically sewed up the championship at'the "Y 1 Junior High Soccer League yesterday afternoon with an over-tim« 6-5 victory over i band of fighting Kickeroos, at Little Park. This gam« gave'the Mustang* clean record of 4 wins without loss. The Kickeroos started the scoring early with a goal by Captain Max Owens but the Mustangs came back to knot the store and then go ahead on goals by Danny Edgmon and Jimmy Watson. The KIckeroo.i tied It up Just before the half on Charlie Jones boot. In the third quarter, the Mustangs. scored two quickies before the Kickeroos rallied and battled them down to the wire In a deadlock. In the six-minute extra period, the Mustangs managed • the winning goal. Jimmy Wateon and Danny Edgmon were the scorers for the Mustangs with three goals each, while the scoring for the losers was stitt- ed by .Owens, Jones, Kenneth Stanley, Jim Henson and Glen ONeal. Oklahoma Takes Over As Nations Top Team •f lOtTK CHANIM.KB - ' NEW VOBK, Me*. II. (AP)—The UnlirnUy of OkfehMU, kiwk- In* w tK. front; few tm Mi. weekly AiwocUled rrtm Ieo4be.ll poll mU KIWI, HM% (•« ItUe. UM ttvfef room le^Uj M the nation'. No. 1 item. Now th» question ta: C«n the* • • ramp»gin» toontn ot. Coach Bud ^^ . . • • , • Getz, Moody Defeated in Legion Feature Sames Tonight Starts Cage Play until ttt* end of this unpredictable season, and become the first -member of the Big Seven' Conference to cop this mythical football crown? Oklahoma was voted the No. 2 team ist year when Notre Dame ended :he season as the No, 1 club. Unlike recent years, when a mighty Notre Dams,J Michigan or Army learn led ;'(rie' pool -week after week through/the. long fall; 'Oklahoma is 'the;,nfth/o.ijtnt'tfl 1 hold the Mo. 1 spot t h Is; season. !, ( \ .,,' , Oklanotna/:wnic.h blasted Missouri last week 41-7, to run Its unbeaten string to :29 straight, replaced Ohio State. The Buckeyes, who lost to Illinois, fell. from first to eighth place. > • . . S««Bers Always Hlrh In seven previous noils this fall, Oklahoma was voted third four limes as the nation's sporUwrlters and sportscasters put the finger on other teams. The Sooners were ted No. 1 twice, and No. t In the flrst poll Oct. i. Wilkinson was almost speechless when advised his team had been voted No. 1" with a total of 2,9fi4 points. This was y* better than Army. ' 1 Oklahoma, polled 171 first place votes, compared with M for Army, and S5 for.Kentucky, which moved Into third for the first time this year. Army, winner over Stanford in the rain and mud, T-o, received 1.4M points and Kentucky, which walloped helpless North Dakota M-o, got 3.3M. .Kentucky was fifth a week ago. California held Its fourth place rating for the second week In row w.ith 2,1H points. The Golden Bears also overcame San Francisco in the mud, 13-7. Texas moved from sixlh to fifth, as the Longhorns trimmed Texas Christian, Jl-7, while Illinois, eighth a week ago, advanced to sixth by defeating .Ohio -State, 14-7. The Texas victory assured a Cotton Bowl berth as well as the Southwest Conference title. v Princeton hung oh to seventh place, lashing Yale. 47-12. In ninth rid tenth places are Tennessee and Michigan State,' which' held the ame ranking last week. Strickland and John Swenskl learned last night to take the lag match feature of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium. They won the first fall in 18 minutes with Swenskl defeating Moody In 12 minutes with nn airplane spin and body pin and Strickland defeating Getz ,six minutes later with flying mares and a pin. The second fall lasted but 16 minutes with Swenskl and Strickand the winders'. Swenskl defeated Moody In 11 minutes with a body pili and Strickland pinned Getz In live minutes after a series of body flips. In the two one-fall preliminary bouts' Getz defeated Swenski In 12 minutes with an arm stomp and Moody defeated Swenski in 10 minutes with a Straiigier Lewis headlock. Blythtville Men f nter Filial* ot Training Two Blylheville men are completing a basic indoctrination course at Lackland Air Force Base, the Air Force Public Information QHice announced today. They are Pvt. Gordon M. Halsell, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halsell, 1205 Walnut; and Pvt. Owen W Harrison, son of Mr. nnrt Mrs. W. O. Harrison of 1604 W. Chickasawba. Plans tor Y Cage Loop To Be Discussed Tonight Players, managers and sponsors of teams in the Blythe'vllle Y's 1 City Basketball League are scheduled to meet at the Y tonight to lay linal plan.s for the coming basketball season. J. P. Garrott, Y director, stated that this will be the final meeting before the basketball season and Tt took 14 men lo land a hug* ocean sunfith caught oJr th« New Jersey coast in irjl. It weighed more than I80Q pounds. U. S. No. 1 Permanent Type ANTI FREEZE 3 Per Gallon 50 GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE To conquer mighty Mt. McKinley, to stand on its 20,300 foot summit — thai is "mountain climbing at iti best"! Whiskey at r Hill and Hill will not make you «n expert mountaineer, but K will enable you to enjoy "whi^ key «t it» best"! inlets thert is a good txtrnout for orjight's meeting plans for the eague will be dropped. New Gym; GosMM *• Clo«K with Steele North 81 bwketbarl tonight with two scheduled to be nd at OosneM. Three North Mlestatppl OMH% teams and on* from Southeast Mb. sour I figure In the season ridltrWr*. the Gosnell (am*. Hie OaeneH [n No Platoon System for Marine Footballer KINGS POINT. N.Y., Nov. 31. (AP)—This is the era of the two platoons in college football but not for Jerry Fitzpatrick. end for the U.S. Merchant Marine 'Academy team. Fiizpairick. who also saw . some service a.s a defensive halfback, played 444 minutes of a possible 480 in the Mariners' .eight game schedule. He plnyed • the full 60 minutes In three games and 59 in a fourth. . . ' . . - TMI NIW COMMANDEK A truly great new V-8 sparkling with new pep and power! THE NIW CHAMPION Top buy and top vahie of the top 4 lowest price car*! Pirntec, both boys and girls testm* will meet Steele High School teams n their season opener and at Armorel, the Armorel 'boys, and jtirta teams are slated ko m#et, t««nu from Burdette.'.-; * ' Armorel will be :dedieattnf •» new gym In Its noubleheader.'iThe »so,_ 000 combination gym' and cafeteria wns completed last summer and this will be the first games played in it. However, no dedication ceremonies are planned. • . . Gosnell's Pirates won't be sporting a new gymnasium but they will be playing their first- came In 11 remodeled one. More bleachers and dressing room space have been added to the Gosnell gym as the main part of the re-modeling- work. The Gosnell-Steele twin bill will hold considerable interest, ftteele was beaten by the Gosnell boys last year and the girls battled to a 35-35 tie so the Bulldog* will be seeking revenge. Welfare Position Exams Scheduled Applications to take examina^Mg to fill three types of positions with the State Department of Publia Welfare will be accepted until Dee. 20. It was announced today by the Arkansas R,ferit System Council. These positions and .their monthly salary ranges are visltor r $lso to $180; county director (III). J170 to $200: and county director <n>, «IM to S210. Written examinations will be .given during January. Application forms and information are available-from local welfare, health/and employment Security Division' offices. Inspiration at Home SANTA BARBARA. Calif, Do you seek Inspiration for your art in far places? Then listen 'to William Dole, an artist :and Instructor at Santa Barbara College: "I find that I can get a lot. of inspiration and ideas right from my immediate surroundings. I. paint the children a lot and my wife is my favorite model.".,. See it! Try it! Buy it! NEW 1951STUDEBAKER Kur thrifty one for '51 and many another year to come! 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