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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVTLLE, (ARK,) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 19-11 County Finals Here At 8 O'clock-Leachville's Cagerettes Win 28 To 24 •+J _, .. ___ * Hoqan Gets A Share Of Golf Honors Ring-Post To Be Lighted For Tonight's Fight I Lew'slR early One of the keenest rivalries in Arkansas ilared anew on the hardwoods here at the high school gymnasium; Jast night, and when the! shooting stopped Leachville's; lassies held the county bas-j kettall championship a n d Manila's high-perched boys One of the finest scoring h] ^ J Lhc final 3C holes of lhe ^ imUA i Twenty western Mississippi county grade school basketball teams. machines in Manila's basket! ball history and one of lily- Uutville's best cage quints will play for the Mississippi i-oimty championship here :ii the high school gymnasium at 8 o'clock tonight in finals were into the finals Of the both -his and boys, opened a two- annual Class A county tournament. Elytheville, Manila and Leachville were all alone in the tourney, which Is making an abbreviated! iwc-night stand that closes tonight; at the same gymnasium with Biy-' theville. which drew a bye, meet-j ing Mani a for the tiile. Manila} bested Leachville last night, 42 'oi 32. i Girls Plav Well day tournament at Manila to:luy with four games this morning and four more this afternoon. Morning results included: ila jfirls U: Brown Kifls 21, Lost Cane 10; Lost Cane boys n, School Hi boys 10; and Millie-ail Kidffi' hoys IS, Shady Grove boys U. Pairings for this afternoon's games, which be^an ai 1:30 o'clock. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.. Feb. 28 j fty JACK CUDDY I.UP)—B?n Hogan of Hershey, Pa. I NEW YORK, Feb. 23. — Red and Herman Barron of Whi'-- ! nyhts and beef may assist Lou Plains. N. Y., led the low (20 pro- j Ambers tonight in his come-back lessional ami 1U amateur golfer:; I MUW u for vengeance against U»ht- wehihi Champion Lew Jenkins in jammed Madison Square Garden, lieu lihts atop the rin>4 posts will i-'.low protectively between round;; a:; Ambers, .strengthened by live pounds of flesh, seeks satis- I'a-.-ikm from the scrawny Texan who iaf-'acd him with his first the $,T,OL(j St. Petersburg Open today >. and Barron jjitibbed loud at thi- tournament's halfway mark yesterday 1 with their second consecutive s»l»- jiar round for a^rftfal^' of I'M each. Bracketed with three others in ! - Kay o and took away his title last Of the COUlltv boys' Class A second position Ho-an .shot a 6910 , , * ' ' add to iiH first round (57 while tournament. Manila, twice victorious over the Chicks of Blytheville and with u season's record of 21 wins against two losses, will be .seeking its lath viciury tonight and The Starters Starting lineups for tonight Mis- countv Clas.s A bovs bas- Mav- N r o ketball tournament championship Manila's"!iris'" sextet' lost an ex- j were: Shady Grove girls vs. Milli-' ° aine citing, well-p'.ayed contest to thoigan Ridge; Brown boys vs. Manila; cagerettes- of Leachville. 23 to 2-5. in the meet's only girls' contest Million Ridge boys vs. Lost Cane and Pawheen girls vs. Brown. l!lythevil!e Lloyd Spradley til tile iinrci o >Jii-jr j^uj.-> v,^».i>-..- iki)i.i Lfv«"iv^i» f~" ••-' •-" " ; ffii^iNnrlop billed' for the championship. Ma-' Three contesus will be played to- r' l ' , y nila held the lead al 9-6 after the m0 rrow -morning starting at 8. Mosley iii-si- cericcl nnd .still was safely, Pmft i s will be played Saturday af- | Beshaise in from by an 18-10 margin at | tC rnoon. half-time, but elongated Miss Rachel Edgin plunked in th? sphere five times from the field and thrice frcm the charity line in the third srri Leachville unshed ahead, 2519. after knotting the count at 18-ill. The comely cagerctte, who triczl for IS free thrcvs during 1 Uie nicrbt and made eight of the attempts good, sank three in the last period for her team's orly uoints as the Pos. F F C G G Manila Barron, one stroke behind, Hogai; j and i.wo in back uf Henry Picwti. | Hershey, Pa., pro who was firs' j with u five-uncler-pur <iG on tin- opening round, turned in hi ond B8. Felix Sernfin came in one behind Hogun and Barron ' with a HI (^ add io hi.s initial 70 for a 137 total Grouped at 138 were Jimmy Demaret, defending champion; Herman Keiser, and youthful Chick Harbert of Battle Creek. Mich. post-lights cast their Fowler Seven players shared the Ashabranner Jolliff Bnmmim Love Today's Sport Parade By HENRY McLEMORE 'rom the way the Lions played 'ast ni^ht in'subduing Leachville. ''I to 32, the Chicks will have no •asy .task in attempting to defeat he' tall, fast-breaking opponents. Capt. Albert Love, guard, who hifted positions with Forward Bud Bowler in mid-sei\son and still is raying a backcourt post, leads a "ormidable five into action witl ( Fowler and Eddie Ashabranner, ARCADIA, Cal.. Feb. 28 (UP)— 'ittle speed merchant, who isn't so bracket—Clarence Doser. Rochester. N. Y.; Jug McSpaden, winner of the Thomasville, Ga.. Open last weekend; Picard. who soared to 73; Jimmy PerelH; Sam Byrd; Ralph Gukiahl, twice U. S. Open champion, and Sammy Snead. powerful West Virginian. Today I shuck oft nil my other dis- winners slaved oft' ;v desperate rally l"d by Diminutive Alvcna McCulla^s. almost tco i!l to play before the j, r ame and Beatrice Fleeman. Best Game Here The followup contest between tte two boys' squads, perennial rivals well-matched, was the best basketball same plavcd here tins | except one man. He is a gentleman season for real class'. Manila's gi-!wlu> is employed by the Cahfornin ant quintet won over the alert t institute of Technology and he Leachville five through the prcs-i knows what he is doing, ence cf Junior JcllifT. 16-year-old The only trouble is that he junior who stands six feet, three inches hrh nnd handles himself like an AAU ca&;e veteran- Jclli:, ;»cccvn'«'[l Cor 19 of his team's pci-.iti; iin«l his hrj-i>< \\-p>-. Uu^ ''ecidmu factor in the scrap, although Forwnrtl J. W. Dortch of Leachville guises and become a weatherman. This, of course, is merely a sop to the other citizens of Southern California. For after four consistent, steady and continuous weeks of rain, everybody in Southern California is a weatherman. They're a dime a dozen out this way. all allowed to tell what he knows. Un until the post week, thi? gentleman—who shall be nameless —f mushed the most reliable re- ports'concerning the meteorological Other favorites with only an outside chance to finish near the top were Johnny Bulla. 140; Jimmy Turne.sa. Ed Oliver and Clayton Heafner. 141's; Johnny Revolta and Byron Nelson, 144. Veteran Gene Sarazen and Willie Gogg'in slumped to 143; U. S. made a cn^-man solo effort to stem Uie t ; de of Mnniia'i; cf- f- i r'' i "vn > ss witH a fo>al of U pcints in the last half. The rill belonged to Manila all Ihs way as the winners revenged last year's county tourney finals antics in this vicinity. But. nil o f a sudden, he has become silent Mnybe he simply UTCW discouraged i what with pirlcum sunny defeat by their 17th Leachvills and, won consecutive decision. to show and having it run out of the money. Horse Players Fret Anyway, he has been muflled The 'Federal Weather Bureau, thr local one, of course, announced in ponllficial terms that this imme- mull but just looks tiny along- ide his fellow-players, at the for- vard spots; six-foot, three-inch Junior Jollitf at center, and Nel- ;cn Bianum at the other guard. Many fans of Manila, Leaeh- ville and other county towns arc expected here for the dash, •and Hlytheville fans hope to sec the Chicks win their first 1941 decision over the \vell- dr'Iled Lions roadied by John IMorris. Tlie locals, not doing so wel' nee an eight-game winning strinc as broken last week at Jones- ore, will be trying to win because cpular opinion demands a good howing tonight. Reaction of the players after iiey learned that Manila was to be cni-'ht's foe wa.s .summed up by :ne player, who said, "I'm going o play "my best game of the year nid I think all of us will be out .here -battling." Admission is 10 and 25 cents. Tlie teams had met three times i ess prognosticator could no lonce this year. with. Manila losing once! ,j 0 business at his old standi nnc s twice. Th5 period sccring was 9-6: 24-13; 34-25 and 1 !he filial s-nre was 42-31. Jrlliff Stops Rally • Tlie hard-played game was re- rl€tc with body contact and Official Jimmy Lyons' and Lowell Manning, both of Jonssboro. call- f.d 46 fculs and did the best job still retain his good standing among the ancient and honorable society of forecasters. All of which lef the local ancient and honorabl society of horse players out oh th end of n limb without benefit of s much as a hack-saw. The reason I say this is becaus only a million or so turf fans an cf offlciaiing «en here all year, • bccn ' ftnd cftl keeping the gnme m hand through- j £ ^^ ^ (n s()me bm Ten Mississippi county teams began play at Shawnee high school gymnasium at Joiner yesterday the roiimPs-eml warning- when Jenkins smashed the "Herkimer Hurricane" twice on t he- chin after the bvll rang 1 , eon- eluding the see.ond n>t:i>d. iiut thr commission ordered them a few (lays later, "so fighters ean SKK Dnil the round is ended, even if they can't hear." Ambers contended that these two illegal blows dressed him for the ••kill"---for the technical knockout that came in the third round. After a IG-momh lay-off, Ambers returns to the Garden as a welterweight, for tonight's 10-rouncl non- title tilt, and heartened by the knowledge that Jenkins will be disqualified if he attempts uny red- li'^ht punching. However, neither bulbs nor beef have influenced the betting men. Price-maker Eddie Borclen quotes Jenkins a 13-5 favorite to win, and 6-5 that he kavoes the Hevkimer. N. Y., Italian again. Jenkins is favored largely because of his youth and terrific punch. In their first bout, he floored rugged Ambers four times, two of the canvas trips coming in the first and second sessions—before the illegal blows were struck. Sharp-eyed men of 49th Street see no reason why the 24-vear-old Texan can't repeat against 27- year-oki Ambers, who may be ring- ru.ny after his long- lay-off—a lay: off tempered by only one time-up bout. Promoter Mike Jacobs exnects a '<ross gate of about S50.000. Lou jach receive 30 per cent of Arkansas After A National Title BV \V. J. Special to the Courier News FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Feb. 28.—With the Southwest Comer-Mice i championship safely tucked away—-their ninth title in the 18 years that basketball has been played here—the Arkansas Razorbacks prepared this week for their final conference games of 1941, against Southern Methodist University at Dallas tonight and Saturday. Coach Glen Rose drilled his men at ioj> six^d all week, both because the Itay.orbatks hope to break the conference season scoring record at Dallas and because it looks as if Arkansas Jenkins Dances On Eve Of Bout NEW YORK, Feb. 28. (UP) — Lightweight Champion Lew _ Jenkins concluded "training" for | his 10-rouncl, non-title bout with Lou Ambers tonight at Madison Square Garden by dancing for an hour and a half at Roseland ballroom last night. Jenkins was at the ballroom from 9:30 to 11 p.m. with hi.s wife, Katy, and Benny Leonard. Lew Jer.kins, chai«i)ion i'rcm Texas, post-d a before-lhe-shower portrait as he cleaned up training- ut Pomp- toii Lakes. N. J., for liis non-title scrap with Leu Ambers tonight in Madison Square Garden. (NEA Telephoio) IJv HARRY CRAYSON NEA Service Sports Editor Announcing his definite retirement as an active combatant in may get invited io the Western X T CAA finals at Kansas City March 2L anil 22. Rose thinks his 1941 Arkansas team is the greatest quintet he has ever coached and he hopes they will get a chance to show their ability at Kansas City. If the Razorbacks are invited to the Western finals and should win that tourney, they will play against the Eastern winners March 29 for the national championship. ilo-Hiun—Champs Again Basketball titles are old stuff to Arkansas fails. Tne Razorbacks captured top honors in the Southwest Conference in 1926, 1927, 1928. 1929. 1930. 1936. 1938 and 1941. They have twice played in the Sugar Bowl basketball game at New ur- leans, winning from Tennessee and losing to Purcme. They went to tne Olympic finals in New York City in" 1936. But the prospect of winning a HAVANA. Feb. 28 (UP) — The New York Giants and Brooklyn Do'leers meet todfiv in the first spring training exhibition baseball <jame of the season. Neither club was able to practice yesterday because of rain. Pai'l Dean was schedule} to start for the Giants nnd Kirby Higby for the Dodgers. annual Class B county basketball t n e net- The main bout is sched- tournament. The meet continued at u j et j f 0l - 9 p. m . (CST>. and it will 2 p. m. today and finals ore sched- ST. PETERSBURG. Fhi. — New York baseball writers todav oon- broadcast over the NBC Blue dereri a flewram from Yankees' orp5idpnt E^ Barro".' contain'ng an I polo on hi.s 41st birthday, Thomas national collegiate title is quite Hitchcock Jr., greatest 'player of , dazzling. Which accounts for the. the game for more than 20 years, confers that honor on Cecil Smith. Tommy Hitchcock, considers the 1939 American team that repelled the British—omith. Winston Guest. Mike Phipps and himself—the. finest he ever saw. and credits Smith, the former Texas cowpuncher. with having made it so. Hitchcock disagrees with those who rate Stewart Iglehart, the young New York contractor, the finest of the current stars. "You might say that in low goal polo there's no one better than Tsilehart." asserts the master mallet- wielder. "Stewart played some mighty fine polo last fall, but I don't think there's any one in Rich Santa Anita Race Track Muddy uled at 1 p. in. tomorrow after , network, other contests tonight and tomor- i row morning. , | Results include: (Girls) Shawnee • emphatic deninl that, the club was i negotiating for First Baseman j.Timmy Fovx of i^e Boston "Red P?X or Decree M"O.ninn of the long hours of practice that Adams and his mates put in .ttis week- £'. :: ?\ Adams, incidentally, has ; fa chunce to break the South\!6si£ Conference individual murk this week. He, paints in the two S Ml!'games to break the recorck; «fy; 210 points s,et by Kirkpati8lr' r of Baylor in 1938.'X^Vfv,-^" ; In the ten conJEe'r^a "games to i date. Adams .ti^plrafe'd 68 field ' goals atui '40 .:f^e- t :'thi'psvs through r the net, f orya^ofcaV. of 176 points. He has : 123 points in nine non : 6brf;erehce games. grand td^o7;'299 r points gives him an average- Vfls'ls points per game 23. byess 13; Blaekwater 38, Wil-' DETROIT. Feb. 28. (UP) - Gus ft Louis^o-ms. Barrow did. noi son 13; Keiser 27. Missco 8, and Lesnevich. Cliffsidc, N. J, heavy- include Hal Trnsky of Clevel*nd Burdette. Osceola and Dell. byes. , weight, todav had wanin, hope of ! nr Joe Kuhel ofjh ? . Chijn.ro Vlme (Boys) Wilson 33, Blaekwater 27; i a championship bout with Joe 3hawnee 51. Dvess 13.' and Luxora Louis. 3(j, Osceola 18. MLsco, KeLser. Dell and Burdette drew byes. Lesnevich scored a 10-round de- ci^ion ov°r Nathan Mann hst ni'ht ox. however. Pitcher 'Atlev Donald, trorbled by -an injured back. Jpfr. for Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore for treatment. Smith's class when he's well j for 19 conrjcutive games, mounted." HLKey Scores 105 i * * t Next >tp^danis in conference j \ Hitchcock assures you that polo'; scoring ^ailSigl^he Razorbacks is ! isn't dead- '' •'We had a real good season last and l^i^fc-throws, for a total of summer, from our standpoint." UQ tr ~ --^•.--f- ; -~explains. ARCADIA. Cal., Feb. 28. (UP) — The 'names of the horses who run tomorrow for the $100.000 purse of the. Santa Anita Handicap were dropped in the entry box today, while rival trainers scanned the skies to see if March would come in like a lion or a lamb. The weather was.the. only puzzle left as the field 1 was drawn. If a storm now en route from northern California is delayed again, the N. R. Hosey of Shawnee scored ' before 4.166 fans in such unim- i 18 points to lead boys scoring and nrensive fashion that it drew boos jargett of BlackwaWs girls had and catcalls from the crowd. It was 17. Schools entered include Osccola, Luxora, Missco, \Vilt-ou, Dyc:^, Ketser, Burdette, Blackwater and Shawnee. Defending champions are Burd- ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. — "Manner Billy South worth tod^y began jthe Ne7"jersVv"fiehtert fifth vie- jbis forr-a-chy proeram of work- ton- as a heavyweight since he lost i™ ts for Uie St - Louis " to " Billy Conn in the same ring i ^ last summer in a light-heavyweight- • lo i title bout. : into two squads with each have morning- f»nd afternoon practice. Pitcher Bill McGee. a Few <-olid blows were landed in site's boys and Keiser's girls. j the fight although Lesnevich did Troohies will be awarded to the make his opponent's nose bleed In top three teams in both girls and the fourth and opened a cut over bovs 'divisions. his left eye two rounds later. m ' l ' " > I IICL' Illtiy iU-UHliL ILS muil> u:> Manila was threatened on sev-1 f ul ^ Announce exactly what the } ^.^ Bm - f the raln ' falls heavens have in store tor Satur- ' .-?al cccasicns. bm every time 1 Lsachville got close, j,he giant Jol- lifl' would hit ii field goal or free ttrov; and the icscrs couldn't gain an inch cf ;.round or a single point. Lcachville drew up to 3831 with five minutes to play, but could gel no closer as the closing minutes ticked away. ;V -' late stellar -and overweight at 225. was starting in. cut- his poundage in workovrs. N^vv arrivals included Veteran Rlghtflolder Enos Slaughter and Rookie Outfielders Harry Walker and Coaker T'-iplett. have According to .scientific recoids. twin births occur in the ratio of 1 to 93 of all births. Stingers 'day. On that day. you mny know, n corporation' nnmed the Los Allies Turf club is running a race which is popularly referred to as the $100.0% Santa Anita Handicap. In this nice will nm :v horse nnrr-cd M'oland. Some of the citt/e^s hold thitl MIoland will win if the weather is wet. drj' or iiHilTcront; sonic say that it's Clr.ilU-doii if it's wet. Can't Wait if it's arid nnd—there a few obstinate souls, obviously ;i rn.dic:il element — Swccpidn if the footing is neutral, or in the nature of Turkey nnd Ethiopia. predicted, then perhaps no more than a dozen will go to the gate. The latest of many forecasts stated that moderate showers were in prospect but that they should break up within a few hours- If they do and the sun shines on Saturday morning, a crowd of around 70.00*0 persons will jam the gates for this seventh running of the 1 world's richest race. The Lineups Manila Boys (12); LeachvilK IMnyi-r ft; fl pf - . IMnvei •j ;: l 1'iu-.-. f »- » n T • • i ' Vowk-r. f Naturally. 1 c:in t string along; ,; rimf , s f with tho League of Nations. Per- i ,\^llnllru(M h?p.s by tomorrow I shall have' «»rnnt, i studied the name:; of the horses 1 '^I. f>1 :. * "•ho will sTait in this seventh run- [ ninii of thi.s richest race in the j I world, but as of today all I'll ask '• ', is what is wonr birthday? No mat- i ler what yonr answer. I'll still ' t fcless you with n profitable pre.s- i tent. i Manila Girls CJ Tjie name i.s Welcome Pass. ' I'by.-r TL- u Tliis ci-eature is owned by W. L. i ^ |i " MI " ul ; Boeing, popularly known as a ; \|"V^' f i builder of airplanes. It Webome i .\],'-r-.iiiai> | Pass does a nose dive, a vertical \ ThrrkuM. : ?pin or a jnck-knife oi'ie-and-a- i j h.ali'. I'll gladly refund your money. : ; But he won't. He'll close in trie j ; stretch like a moppet running for! ; hcme after dark, and that goes no r i matter what the condition or the ' ; \veather of the track. 'J 1 2 D.ir;--h. t i) 0 0 Srotl. f 7 :, .V Kiiy. t: ('•) i> it I' Nnlson, t: - 1 I; <;;l|v«;:ii!. -,' ii 1 •:, Kik-in. ^ •i i r •I <) !>. :i :\ 0 0 •l' :i (irifftli. >ti< (28) I'l«v,-r fcf< t«i I 'J n K.K.l.-i:\. f 7 .- I i« u uj Mays, f ii ) i> «• I H.MMTh-ny. f 1 o l t' -J ;', !• Knn.-hury, f (t u u i l :t L; L.M;iUifHy. f l l :i ((•)<> *» -i .l.Kdein. c 0 n :', C i> u 'J. Hiu-k. c i> " -t L' ti n 'Jj MrttV:t<. ir 0 I' U >> n 1; Lyc-rly. c •> 0 I 0 0 4 it (i A '.' 10 '^U I.mvll Youth Fractures Fingsr ; In Picking Up Match \ Chapman Wins CASTILLE. N. Y. (UP)—Wilfred ! CORAL GABLES. Fla.. Feb. 28 Butler, Castile High School basket- ! t UP)—Dick Chapman, national , ball player, is out for the rest of amateur golf champion from New : , the season with a broken ri^ht fin- | York, nnd George Dawson, veteran 1 ;..er because he stooped to pick up a ; Chicagoan. held the Miami Bilt- match. , more amateur four-ball champion- I The youth dropped the match ship today. craft and Engineering Corp, | while dressing in the school locker Chapman and Dawson defeated plant in El Segundo. Calif. '. room. He reached for it with such defending champions Earl Chrls- They'li oe used- oh warpianes < force that he fractured a finger on , tiansen and Harvey Draughcn, Mitor BriUin and U. S, jthe concrete floor, ami police, 3 and 1 yesterday. Machine gun chargers, and plenty ot them move down tinal assembly' line at interstate Air- SAN ANTONIO. Tex— FuH-sqvad workouts be^in tori ay for the St. amateurism, but polo, as we play it. is strictly for the fun of the participants. Success is measured j-i^gi 1 ,- bv the number of players rather " ihan the report of the ticket taksr. Of course, it takes money to keep up International Field and the others at Meadow Brook, and crowds are very welcome." 4; and Honea, 4. Hitchcock. Uie Manhattan bank— er. is giving up polo because at his' age it takes too much out of him. Working all day and then going to Long Island and playing hard polo Loins Brc-'-ns with the remainder n of rhe roster due to arrive. Denny ~ left him tired. He'd be tired all the Galehouse. pitching alumnus of the Boston Red Sox who had a game leg. made his Brownie debut yesterday after :rainer Bob Bauman said he could take the field. Fire Department Was Outside Law 65 Years at- his desk. D polo. Hitchcock. like : is that the number of : who can afford to play less. game, it seems, is the common ailment. everybody else, talks principally about the war guesses maybe it'd be fun to get up there in a pursuit plane again. Tommy Hitchcock, who henceforth will ride only for exercise, savs the main trouble with polo fflr: W. F. Brewer S Dentist Blytheville. Arkansas Specials! Extractions - - - - $1.00 Full Upper and Lower Plates ------ $25.00 (Extractions Included) DES MOINE-3. la. (UPi— The Des Molnes lire department has been operating "illegnlly" for 5S years. ' but the city has taken steps to le- I galize it; , This fact came to light when the i city legal depurtment checked | tlirough original copies of old ordinances, tt learned, surprisingly, that the 1384 ordinance establish- i ing the fire department had never been signed by the mayor. ' While rummaging, the legal experts discovered several other unsigned orriin:m:e.s. One was that of 1033. which set up precincts in Des i Moiiv.-s. However, this system was , made sp.fe from attack by the recent adoption o! n new ordinance. OLD FITZGERALD BOTTLED IN BOND «<r ^ ^ HAS SEEN SEEM To LEAP NOW YEARS OLD liNSUKPASSKO IN KI.AVOU AND ROVQUET A PINT Irene Brown, a fetching damsel, reigns as Queen Archery at a southern beach club ^nd also furnishes a nice, subject lor_ cameramen. v«?52S5i?**«i )? 7r- 5 >, ^ /r--^.£j?y ^ ^fe 4 -^- POR INSTANT r V^? T ? AW ACTION- GET yp)EXTRA PUTS MUSCLE \NYoUR. M<5ToR §!itze!-Wel!er Sistillery, Inc. Shivley, Kentucky

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