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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 21, 1941
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.PAGE EIGHT BLYTTIEVILLK, (A?J{.) COURIER. NEWS Giant Abe Simon Is Foe In Joe's Own Home Town HY JACK CUDDY United Press Staff Com\sj>omU'nt DETROIT, March 21. (UP)—Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis, who rocketed to Jame in his lirsi Now York showing .six years ago at iho expense o|' Ponderous j'rimci Camera, stages his second giam-killiiig act tonighi—he hopes—right-in his own home town. Louis, who as a young negro laborer ran t.he gamut of odd jobs in this motor city, tosses*---— his dark dynamite against huge Abe Simon, the Manhattan man-mountain, before n sell out crowd cf 18.000 at rhe Olympia. Busiest of all champions in his division," Bomber Joe is defending- his title I'or'the 15th Touring Oo!f First Family of the White Sox lime, but ho considers that a minor matter. Odd-jobs Joe. who has bolted out 42 of 1m pre- DETROIT. Mard 2] <UP)-Ta!/. the ia,, K on tonight's heavv- vioiis 50 ring n- ! weigh: title fight: val.s, is deter- ( u m - s mined 10 make i 27 years ouick work of the j 203 ponuls Joe Louis Broadway behe- ; 6 ft. moth because two j is in. previous h om c ; 40 in. town opponents, j 44 in. Natie Brown and , 1? in. Bob Pastor, went j 14 in. 10 and part- of t 12 in. 11 rounds, re- 8 in. soectively. Brown 11 : ?> in. lightning Louis j 34 in. never was quite i 22 in. satisfied with 15 in. in. weij.'ln heigh; reach chest t, normal) chest "expanded) neck biceps forearm wrist fist waist those Detroit performances. 'Over-rated Pushover!" Despite this yen for a quick clockine;. Louis wants his gas- buggy buddies to get some sort of | a run for their ticket dou*h. So he says earnestly, "Ah sho' hones Simon pulls hvsself up often dat ( canvas a couule times, anvwavs." i But piant Pinion, ns ua'v-bokin^ as he is larse, scowls and says, '•this fteht is scheduled for PO rounds. That's 15 too many. I'll belt Louis out within five- 'He's an over-rated mi^h-over. He c^n't take it, washed-un Schm^lin<? knocked, him out. Old man Brad- dnck a^d fnt Tonv Galento had him on the floor. I'VP h^d 40 fights. onlv 10 less than Louis— and no- borlv ever had me on the floor. He's not fi^htinfr a bmn-of-the- 10 in. calf ankle Simon 2G years 250 pounds G ft, 4 in. 83 in. 47 l -j in. 51 in. 19 in. I5 :i i in. 14 in. 8 : 'i in. 14 in. :J8^ in. 23'i; in. l(i : ', in. 10 :t i in. GREENSBORO, N, C, March 21. 'UP)—Without so mu:-h as :\ competitive brent.'iing .spell or a round of practice, the Ujurin;^ winter t»olf professionals toe oil today in the $5,000 Greater Greensboro Open, second of the three Nonii Carolina tauniameiiLs whi;-ii annually preceded thi .Master,' tournt-y ut All- ynsia.. Ga. Loiv.;-drivm£ 3am Sncnr! from Hot Springs, V;-.., ruied tin- favorite today on the; o! ihe n under jnir 72-liole total of 277 whk:h enabled him to collect $1,000 top I.ri/.e in the annual North-South Open championship ai IMnehur.-,: yesterday. Hneud (ook llu- Jcatl at the huJI'-wuy mark uith a 'liU-milr, U)tul uf Jlif) and held it th rough- out a lust-diicli i-ha!!fii<;-(> h.v youthfui Clayton Jlt-al'iier of i.invitli.-, N. C. * Heafner carded 70 on each of tlie four rounds to finish three strokes behind Snead. He won StMO- Willie Go^gin. San Francisco, finished third and National Open Champion Lawosn Little. ,San Francisco, and Byron Nelson, P. G, A. titlist 'from Toledo. O.. tied ' for fourth. Control o£ the Chicago White Sox is back in the hands of the Comiskey family with election of Mrs. Grace Rcidy Comiskey in loroftround above, as first woman club president in the history of ihe American League. Her daughters, Grade Lou, rear left and "'° y Y, wei '° nair ' ctl lruslc es- Dorothy is also club treasurer. 11, now 15, is expected to become -part owner when he 2 i P ^ osid . c p c y ° r th « White Sox has been vacant since the Mrs. Comiskcys husb.aml. J. Lpujs Comiskey In July 1939 ORLANDO, Flu., March 21. (NEA)—Stanley Raymond Harris says the Washington club will run this season. Bucky Harris doesn't say where, but ihe Nationals will have to run to get any place. It will be news when any one of them makes an extra base hit. Yet Harris wouldn't be stir- this time. There'll be a new i e ] ulD crowned ;U the OH'rnpm. My desMnv is in mv haivls." Siw.nn 250. Louis 2')3 And what hands! Simon, that - prised if Washington had its bes;, unce he returned there hi That wouldn t necessarily mak- the- Nnts pennai winners, but huse-house-hamitin'mvm who like an over-erown Boris Karloff. | Tall Sid Hud- has the bissest hands of anvone ! so ". Dutch Leon- who ever tossed leather. Thev'rc arc! anci Kencli'l bie-ger than the rmulies of Car- ^ U1 • si1 ' Jissurf nera. or the giants that prpreded i Washington 10- the amb'ino; al«—'J°ss WiUnrd, i sP ecl£ *k!e pitch- Charles Freeman.. Ti»'on Slasher ' " ng " Jan Pliackel Ed Dunkrorst etc. ' Tll ° outm llat ' speed M], Despite his huee hinds. Simon ! swiftest' 'ithlete* \ is actually' smaller than Camera .' in baseball m was when "Da Preem" foutfit Joe George Kashira- Butld y back in 1935. Simon will outweieh ion Case anclBenChaniran Joe by about 47 oounds-probnhlv \ Decree Albert Archie' the most 250 to .203. Camera had a 64*. i valuable player in the pSs pound null in the weiehts- He ; Coast Leaaue. will play considerl scaled Sfifi'.i aeainst Louis' 19G. able first base, and gets iirotind Another Bout Scheduled But Jack Johnson, former heavyweight champion, says that Simon ihe bases. Roer with Case form a CCC and Chapman I camp in „ ----- .f,.^.*. 1*4^^0 Ltltl t OiH lUil [l ' w-- V_A Vtllll^J Lii is. different from most ring giants , e /" Rfleld to con ' t; « ironble because his weight is" pvoperh'dis- ; WhiCh Karrls sa .v& cost a dozen tributed for hirting, and'"he's the ' IU -- S rt week !nst tcl ' m fastest hitting giant that ever ,., lived." Johnson, first nearo' ever v 'to hold the heavyweight tkle. lost Cecil his crown to the white ln ^oi'ahl turned ark Gnflith's he. ever made. Lewis wrest the diadem from the second negro champion. Louis, whom Jonnton despises heartily. Promoter Mike Jacobs appeared cock-sure of a Louis victory because he announced a Louis "title tilt with Tony MUSIO at St. Louis on April 8. and admitted he was ne- gctiating for another Louis tit'l- ten. D. C.. in early May ' Jacobs said tonight's "gate would THE(SO CM4K)LLOVcR2O ns OWN g*& -?VWEIGHT/ ^ Lewis ivenr to n- 4 ht. field and iravis to thi» far turn a year a»o when Old Fox Gritrith paid Minneapolis $35,000 for Pof ; ,hl Harris was prnc;icnl!v ' pa-liv ushers find peanut butchers' in .search of a first baseman after P , ° Jau!1 ' a w «« peddU-d to the Archip.i c:\ilt- Chits* on .327 in fe Iftl doubles la-1 t-'corinfi 118 102. Harris' principal task is developing another siat-Uu^ pitcher, and ;i riuhl-hanrier! the uolrien slop- 1939 and .322 in he A A loop with !'i]>. :<nd was third nins and driving is pulling one sr.ovc onci base. Hudson, the Buddy Myer to -cod vear at sec new Washington on 17 tames in his first season in the majors after a slow start durinu which Harris rubbed ott ihe rom,-h edues. The Ft. Fnsi" One "and Emii L'.>cn;ml and Southpaw Chase arc r-etemiat 20-same men. Walter Masterson is due to -shcnv Eanny MacFaydcn ''will b:- em-' v.loyec! as a spot nitehor. Weather- beaten Alo: Carr^Cjuei is still «round, and the brighter bowline remm* are ArnnUi Anderson and Red Cunningham, A squad of 22 boys begun drilling i ; for the oncominy track season un- j der Coach MiU-heli Best a I Ely the- j ville high school this week. ; Most dt' tlie. .sqiiitd beg-an UjjlU traming this week but | Coach Hcsl £:ive members of j I the basketball teiim u week off ; I and told (hem to report next , Monday. ; ! No dual meets have been sched- j ulccl yet. The local thinclads will j compete- in the district meet in | April and the state tournament— ! probably to be held in Jonesboro— parly in May. The relay events will be featured on the Chicks' track itinerary again this season. Conch Best said today. Letters Awarded To Osceola Cagers i Special to The Courier News > OSCEOLA, Ark.. March til.— ! Basketball letters have been-award- I ed to players of lour teams rep- ; resenting Osceola senior and junior ! high school. Coach Leslie .Speck ' i announced today. { ! A total of 33 girls and boys received awards, including: * j Senior boys-—Paul Amiable, Billy i Bowtn. Eimer Bryant, Billy Reid, j Ben Butler, Elton Jordan, Junior ! Best, Herman Phillips and Tommy Goetz. Junior boys—Denver Wilson, Bobby Watson. Freddie Bannister, , Billy Chiles, Billy Morrow, Billy ! May field. Thomas Williams and Ho want Kennemore. Senior girls—Mildred Morarity. Marjorie Edrin^ton, Betty Ann Edringion, Colleen Bannister. Mary Givcns. Mary Shoemaker, Evelyn Fletcher. Mary Florence Burch and Ruth Page. Junior girls — Molly Watson. Bettic Lou Wise-man. Bettie Jean Moore, Eddie Jean Sheldon. Mary Frances Wilhite. Opal Phillips, Frances Lnncly and Mary Nell Duggar. Hicks Beats Champ AUGUSTA. On.. March 21. »UP) —Medalist Helen Hicks of Long Beach. Calif., plays Dorothy Kirby of Athinta and Jean Bauer oi' Providence. R. i.. meets Helen Deitweiler of Washington it» the semi-finals of the 11th annual Forest Hill;; invitation i;olf tournament today. Miss Hinks ousted Defending Champion Helen Siget of Philadelphia. 1 up. in yesterdays -second round play; Miss Kirby eliminated Mrs. Charles Harbrou^ii. Cleveland. f> -,-nd 5; Miss Bauer defeated Jane Coihran. Greenville. S. C.. 1 up in 19 holes. ;uul Miss Dettweiler bettered Dorothy Gardner of Sttnibenville. O.. 2 and 1. Greenbers; May Waae War i..- j o On Press Cameramen K.v HENRY McLEMOROE Usiitcd Press Stafl' Correspondent LAKELAND. Fla., March 21 '(UP) —Hank Greenberg may have asked his draft board for deferment, bin if doesn't alter the fact that he wants to fight. Hank is gathering all his foices$ and needs onlv one more incident to pro\oke him into unleashing total warfare on some of the most hard - bitten troops in c h e world —the pi ess photographers. The bi§> Detroit outfielder, baseball';; highest-paid player, has .sevti.. :ravnk Grccnbcrfi cd relations with the cameramen and only heroic work by neutral appeasers has kept Hank from swinging at objects much more animate than baseballs these last few clays. "Pleasr Mr. Greenberjj"' There was that electrifying moment in n Lakeland hotel at four o'clock in the morning, for example. Greenberg was .sound asleep and probably suffering from the fiat feet, backache, and fractious wisdom teeth that lie mentioned to his draft- examiners, when there Ciiine a knocking ;u his door that would have disturbed Edgar Allen Poe and half a dozen ravens, When Hank didn't uns-.ver the summons the knocking in- erc-ascd and he finally had to open the door. Then: <(<><»! a cameraman \vith his picture taking- equipment in one lusmi ««iid a machine sjun in the other. \VimId Hunk mind, U U cameraman asked, posini; for a picture siR-htmir the machine pMi as if he were numinir ihuvii u mess cf advanriii^ Axis siie.ek tronps. Hank's answer was somoil:ii\L: to ihe ell'i'ci that while lie wouldn't for any such. shot, he would nothing better than ;o n:rn y\ui on liis near-dayl;n>ak vis- nnd sit. on the trigger. And SliU They ('aim- Greenberg still was'a! jh t point iconiigrade boiling too' 1 when he readied the b;d! Just W!H>M ho slunved MU> ; ;. N O f icoling off. another cameraruaV,' ar _ riyeci wul-, a soldiers i;::;; () r m . i: triumphantly, h,. i' 1 -: with a Osceola Starts Brills; Plays 1C Game Schedule .Social to The Courier .N'ov/s OSCEOLA, Ark., March 21. — Spring- football practice bi%'ui liere this week for the Osceola Sr-ini- nolfts and Coach Leslie Speck anlled 20 players who turned om lor the two-weeks period 01 conditioning \vork. 'I'he squad elected Bill Joe Ecl- nnjuon, all-conference end his; sfiason. to head the 1941 ScminoK's. and named Billy Bov/en sub-cap- tam. Edringion will be a junior next i an unc} i)S . one Qf lhe fmes[ hustlers on the squad. Bowen will be a senior. He was quarterbac-k season and was one of the squad's highest scoring backs- Boys out for practice include-. Linemen—Billy Sanders, BUI Wat•son. Bill Sea ton. Robert Shaffer. John Dillon. Bobby Was.sun. Bilk Jc? Edringion. Fred Bannister Gene Butler. Billy Abshire. Backs —Denver Wilson, Elton Jordan. Eilly Morrow, Cad Nelson. Joe Mounts, Billy Wade. Howard Kennemore. Junior Anderson and Lincoln Fairley. The 1941 football schedule of 10 Kiunes, announced today by Coach Speck, includes: *Sept. 12—Hoxie here. *Sept. 19—Rector there. Sept, 20—Open. *Occ. 3—Newark here. "Oct. 10—Hai-rLsburg here. -Oct. 17—Piggott there. *Oct. 24—Open. ;> Oac. 31—Paragould here. "Nov. 5—Parkin there. "Nov. 14—Earle here. *Nov. 21—Cornino there. 'Nov. 27—.Marked Tree there. "Denotes conference games. Reds' Hurler Turns Tables On Scribes BY BL'CKV WALTERS' Cincinnati iieds* Ac e Righl-Ifunder ^Written lor The United Press.) TAMPA. Fla, March 21. ..UPJ-Never in my u' fc . hflve brains and less ability on the balJ field than l did in ih< ors' animal spring ball »aine yesterday. ^ George KirUsey's Tampa Nugget?; retained ih«i r "v.-orlci's cle.feaimK Eddie Brannick's Miami* BnuniiKuns, !0-8, in .seven innings —and [ mean seven brutal innings. A crowd of 500 turned out, including most oi rhe members of the Reds iincl G inn is. Another 50..UOO MinarL people .stayed away. Giants' Secretary Brannick won sin argument from Kirksey so lie considered thr- outcome a Mexican .stnndoff. Lou i Line Drive) Smith, Cincinnati Enquirer, pitched for Ihe Nutlets, and ]. dcubt if he'll be atle to toss any words of more than one syllable off his typewriter for a coupe of days. But Smiih won his third straight game in three seasons in the writers' leutLUC 1 so he mii.<u. be ;in "iron man." The Nuggets played their starling line-up throughout but the Brannigans willed in iho late innings. Horace Stonehnm. Giants' president, retired after he watched Brannick play short for one in- ! ning. nguriii" the Brannigans' I cause was hopeless. ' I I seen more sports writ* title" LUXORA Phone 42 Mat. Sal.-Sun. 2 and 4 P. r> Every Night 7 P. M, Always We - 20c Hero of the game was Pete who " DOUBLE FEATURE JOHN WAYNE 'Ride Him EXTRA! The he put it on and pose for a picture. On-the-spot observers reported that the look Greenborg gave the photographer was ihe nearest approach man has come to perfecting the death ray, and that in the out- fijjlcl toward -which Greenberg was lac-ing, grass withered and butterflies were stopped in their tracks. These two incidents were followed by a third and a fourth. Greenberg was approached and asked if he would come to one of the city's parks and pose astride a bronze cannon, and before the echo of his thunderous refusal to gratify this request had died av/ay. he was bellowing another emphatic no to a photographer who had gone to great trouble rounding up a -saber anci who wanted baseball's mightiest hitter to wave it menacingly while being snapped from this angle and that angle. Now It's His Flu I Feet The request that, resulted in the breaking oil" of relations between Greenbery: and the Brownie buys camo while Hank was resting himself on the bench while waiting his turn to bat. He was asked if lie would please pose for a picture which would show him «azing ruefully at his flat feet. Now I'm not taking sides in the quarrel, but it does seem to me that the various cameramen could have gotten together and, to save Grcenberg- time and trouble, suggested he have a picture made of himself astride the cannon, wearing a military uniform, and sighting a machine gttn with one eye while studying his flat feet, with the other. There has been so much fuss made over Greenberg getting into the army, it makes one wonder if the war can be decided until he definitely takes a stand with one side or the other. pos like the itor | Ags Set Records STILLWATER. Okla.. March 21. • NEA)—For the first time in four seasons Coach Henry Tbc's Oklahoma A.q»ie basketball team failed to win the Missouri Valley Conference championship. The Aggies, however, smashed all home and road attendance marks by playing before 113.500 fans, including 13.000 at Madison Square Garden, where they defeated City College of Ne\v York. NEW ORLEANS. March 21 (UP) i —Young Robert Courets' insatiable , desire to create a duck decoy chat wouldn't rock suuu may .show results in an entirely different field— ; the construction of "mosquito" torpedo boats for the navy, i -Coiiret, a graduate of a local trades school and an avid sportsman, speui many days prowling the lagoons in city park watching ducks and taking pictures of them as they swam under the bridges. Then, by hand, he began turning out decoys patterned on his obser- 'vations. They didn't rock, but it took too long to make them. I A machine was needed. It i cou'ldn'c be bought, so he built one. I In the basement of his home he i constructed a machine that would i turn out the body of the decoy. ; another thai formed the head, an- I other chat put the two together i and a fourth that painted them. i Word of the youth's machine j was brought, to Frank Higgins. an ! executive of the Higgins Industries, I Inc., one of the builders of torpedo i boats for the United States and : foreign navies. ; Higgins was interested. He told j Couret to leave his machinery ; under a cover of protective grease ' and to go to work at his plant building a machine that would turn out an integral part of the fighting boats. This part, which was not revealed, previously had taken 40- man hours to produce by hand. Cotnrt expects his machine, when fibbed, to turn out the part in 32 minutes. Wsrt Optometrist "HE MARKS 'EM SEE 7 Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 • Tampa Tribune* Morton, made iwo gloved hand circus cat- j ches r.t second base in the clutch. The rotund Pete denied that he made both catches in self defense. Leon Errol. rubbed-legged coine- c'ian, had nothing on Han-y i.U.P.) Ferguson. Harrys '-rubber-legs" folded uu on him in the third when the Brannhans rallied to score five runs. He resembled a tumble bu'< in action and it required the combined efforts of three of his teammates to "unravel" him. Nusget Third Baseman Bill Me-. Kechnie, Jr., found out, much to his chagrin, that the baseball writers' league is much tougher than l the class of ball p'ayed In the i Eastern Collegiate league. In that! loop che young deacon played three years without bein^ charged with an error. He scored iwo boots— and what boots—and was saved from at least three or four more by the generous scoring of Bill i bases Brandt, demon statistician of the I can* National league. I also icund course of the game rhac it is possible for a man to walk faster than he can run. This may .sound silly. But it is 100 per cent true. The Nuggets'- Frank Wine-hell (no relation to Walter) can circle the PATRIOTS ONLY' *' ' ' king oi' the plains: Flames' earth-s?-a>ing- drama Lire living- today! YOI: Chap. 8 "Drums of Fu Manchu" SUNOAY~AND MONDAY The Famed Ncvcl Nor ma Shearer, Robert Taylor 'ESCAPE' twice ™ out during the pirin Oh. yes. les: I forget, the um- Goetz ami Tom Dunn of our National league and George Pipgras cf the American league.' All three came cut cf the brawl—and I do mean brawl—without a scratch. mw\ ei • T « » | o M T . Q u R . o M WHIlKtT I8U WHISH! I! K 'HIS OtB -Li P '^SftS^ ^ , , . .^ w ^^.^„_ __^ ~<_^™ ^TT'liiiSliiiiiSi^ SO Proof - Distilled and Bottled by Century Distilling Co.. PeofU, III. Read Courier News \vant ads. Read Ct-urii r \r\v- \vnrr ,irl> New Used Defoe Furniture Co. U'o Tr;\de Kurniturr Ash i U.K. Cash Phone Hi Credit PUTS MUSCLE IN YOUR MoToR TRADE- 1'our Old Furniture in on N or Sell H to Us For Cash. AJvin Kardy Furn. 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