The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1941 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 10, 1941
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THURSDAY, APRIL 10, ID<U BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'TmckSquqdTJonesb Favored To Win In Four-School Meet Coach Mitchell-Best will test. !0 of hi.s best track sqwui members tomorrow when the Blytheviik' Chicks' trackmen open the 1941 season in a four-school invitational meet at Arkansas State college in Jonesboro. Burden of the locals' efforts will* be on the shoulder of Monk Mosley and Sonny Lloyd, \vho do everything well in athletics. Bobby Walden also will perform in a number of events. Blytheville, with a relay team intact, from last .season—its work last year was good enough for second place in the state meet—is favored to win this meet. Other teams are Newport, Piggoti and Walnut Ridge. CrosslOAV Is 111 Next event, on the spring schedule is the district tournninrnt at Jonesboro April 25. The state meet, comes up a week later May - >-3 i»t Little Rock. ' Squadmen making (he trip tomorrow will !)c Rlosk-y, Lloyd, Walden, Edgar Cain. 'Wallace Smith, Leroy Ross. George Trusty, Herchel Hcsharsc. Ko Coppcdge and J. T. Victory. Coach Joe Dildy and Managers Theodore Wab] and Clyde Perry also will go a Icing. ILL LOOP A four-team deadlock in the bovs Cosmic Punch Kayoes Louis --But Twice! KV IFARKY rate, i'SON United Tress Sports Rditor NEW YORK. April 10. <UP> — Twrmy-pi»ht persons, all of whom fame in on oakleys. assembled in n small, white-washed room to watch Joe Louis take the licking of his life. Poor Joe had a terrible time. He didn't throw a punch and he didn't duck a punch. Ht> go; knocked out twice m one session and nobody picked him up. AS a matter of Itu-t. nobody could have picked him up. because Joe wasn't there. He league and a perfect record by wa , s somewhere in I he \Vr-st, bliss- Go.snell girls features (tie Missis"- i !u '!- v unaware that Loe Nova was isippi county North end hi^h school I *^' ma nim t!u> business with his iicfvbal! league afier a week's play j " r '- vn . nmic Cosmic punch", ipat. in a schedule that will end on May 2. Winner of the- North county title vviil play :i five-game county championship series with the champion of the South county k'usui'. The schedule includes: April 11—BlacKwater at Armorei: Manila at Burdette; Gosnell ai Dell. April 15—Binckwater at Gosnell: Dei! at Manila: Armorei at Burdette. April 18— Blackwater pending 1 This was the first demonst.raiion yf the new puncii that Nova used in knocking on! Max Biter the other evening, ;md the one he hopes will briny him the world j heavy weight championship when ho nets into the ring with Louis. The blow was invented bv Wolstan C. Figlits Friday Brown, made study of Greek clown t h e io compete. Coach Best said. Players and events in which they will compete include: Mosley—100-yard dash. 220-yard dash, broad jump, half-mile *anci relav. Burdette Gosnell. April 25— Copped^c In Weights Lloyd—100-yard dash. 220-yard dash, broad jump, half-mile and mile relays, shot and discus. Armorei Trusty—880-yard race, 440-yard ! Burdette dash and mile relay. i Deli Walden—high and low hurdles, j Manila B' water Gosnell Blackwater at Burdette; Gosnell at Manila: Armorei at Dell. April 29— Armorei at Blackwater: Burdette 1 at Manila; Dell at Gosnell. May I 2—Gosnell at Blackwater: Manila at Dell: Burdette at Armorei. Standings: Hoys teams W. I/ Girls team.s W mile relay, broad jump, discus, shot and javelin. Ross—low hurdles. 440-yard dash half-mile and mile relay. Coppedge—discus and shot. Besharse—high jump, broad'jump and medley relay. Smith—mile relay and 440-vard dash. Cain—pole vault and medley relay. Victory—half-mile and medlev relays. 3 liGosuell 2 J-Dell 2 ];B'watcr 2 11 Armorei 1 2j Manila 0 3, Burdette by keeping in the shape of a bow with the tips of the bow resting on the base of the brain and the knees. In that, way, Mr. Brown, explained, they arc in position to punch with the weight of gravity instead of against it. Coming Back For More The customers settled into their -seals and Mr. Brown squared off against an imaginary Joe Louis in the semi-windup bout. It was plenty short and plenty sweet. Mr. 3 0 i 2 0 3 0 3 All-Star Grid Contest Friday CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. April 10 — The annual all-star football vame, which climaxes spring practice, will be held here Friday after ' * ' Confers Manager CHICAGO. April l() (UP> — Bill Lee, holdout pitcher for the Chicago Cubs, expected to confer with General Manager Jim Gallagher today expecting to iron out their differences on the salary he 3 o Brown bowed hi.s knees slightly. t!lt 'ew a sharp left jab and cross- 9ri With his right. Never once did nis body gel out. of the bow for™at;ion, Louis went; down like a £ iant redwood under the axe and there wasn't any need for a count. Mr. Brown dusted off his hands and -passed out a typewritten statement telling how he did it. The statement said that this was "the official opening of the hall of human dynamics in' the New York museum of science and industry." The main bout was next and noon between the 1941 high* school gridsters, and ihe graduating Seniors. Coach Jack Hopke will be in charge of the high school team, and Gene Michie will direct the Seniors. Louie Meyer, high school Jgttnis_couch. and mathematics instructor, will referee the game, an annual feature of the high .school activity program. Starting- lineups will be: High School POT Wilks Nova entered the wearing Chapman Leads Amateur Links Tournament PINEHURST. N, C., April .„ (UP) — Led by National Anwtein Chmnpion and Medalist, Richard D. Chnpnian, most ot the favorites begun play in the second round of the 41st annual North and South 10 Amateur day. Chapman won hi.s first golf championship to- round match in convincing style yesterday, defeating Donald Ritchie of Boston, 7 and U. He was two under par when the match ended. George Dunlup, jr.. defending champion and six-time winner of the North-South, wa.s one of the favorites who failed to quuHfy. He lost out yesterday morning when four players who had 80 In the- quallfying round Tuesday played off in match play for this two remaining places. John p. Mallaghan of Providence. R, I., and P. y. P. Randolph of Pinehurjst, won' the two positions. W. 13. McCnlloinjh of Philadelphia, runner-up to Chiipmnn in the National Amateur final, defeated A. C. McMamis of Grcens- 'boro, 4 and 3. Lunsford Headlines Fight Card Friday tomorrow for eight round, at the Legion Huf fa ' lut Jimmy Lunsford, above, assumes a fighting pose as lie f«:r his first professional li^ht scheduled over the ctehl-rnund cUs- lance here at the Lcgtmi Hut tomorrow nfgh(, : against Btiir Woods of Savumuh. Tcnn. He's Blylhcviile's hoihinatibii for» honors in Hie next few years. bow formation. A left hook sent Lcuis spinning clear back to the wall and a right cooled him. Both punches were thoroughly dynamic and utterly cosmic. Nova picked up his package off the chair and -- , sat down. They just let Louis lay. gray slacks, a biue-yvpen sports, That was about all except, that coal, brown shoes and carrying a; Mr. Brown showed some motion package that looked like it con- ' ' ' ' :ained a half-dozen handkerchiefs from a department store. He put the package on a chair io the disappointment of. those who thought it might contain .some of the dynamics or ccsmic.s used in the dy- Litton ., : LT. Thomas wants to join the team when it ar" cIlHZ 0 Vt0m ° rrow - i Kinder or Lane.. C Gallagher wa.s reported oifering j Orvsler R.r '•™ " contract which called for '" a S5000 cut because of his poor record last season when lie won nine games and lost 17 nnd it was possible lie would have to face another S250Q cut. Gallasher had said earlier that if Lee failed to .sign in rime to join the club in training the second cut would become effective. Lee had expected to consult Gallagher yesterday but he arrived too late from hi.s home ;it Piaouc- rnme. La. >; McAlister Brock .. rSearles . Treece .. •Stewart . Sutton .. ..RT. ..RE. ..QB. ..HB. ..HE. ..FB. Seniors Largent Robertson Champion Nee ley Green Lafferiy .Si: t ton Michic Meredith Johnson Neal Calhoun To LSU? LAR.AMIE. Wyo.. April 10 tUP) —-Shelby Calhoun. assistant football coach at the University of Wyoming: for the last two years. , has resigned "to take advantage Accommodates L;nv i of better advantages elsewhere." n«m - c-i -rr Tcx ' ' Up ' — i t^ 11 " 101 " 1 will leave immediately uepmy Sheriff Jon Haney was sit- for Baton 'Rouge. La. possibly, to ung near a window of the county join the Louisiana State university jail. A man staggered from a near- j toachina; staff! He was an USU by cafe, crossed the street, entered i football star. ' >, the courthouse and collapsed in j 3f a cell. Haney shoved him ! Tlu- Pnnmm and locked the door. V.pmation" of 51.830. TippScr pictures of other famous athletes who havr used the hov: formation. One was a Greek track ana held man who was identified by Mr. Brown a?; "thp discus thrower." Another was M.'ih.-itma Gandhi, whom ncnc of the members of the fight namic cosmic punch. Nova went'mob in ailendance could identify. to his corner, and ;H discreet in- "Looks like a bantamweight'." . oiiiry elicited the information that' said one learned student of box- the imaginary Joe Louis had stag- ling, "bin how do you- fie u re he them specs "on his LO.NGMONT. Colo. (UP')—When ed an imaginary recovery from the'fights with imaginary knockout at the hands'" of Mr. Brown and wa.s coin ing j K orxsrh^er" 10 • SEComl ciiidi ™ r —-- m «- •lust Let Louis Lay A pretty kettle of fisn. indeed, ten them in the coop police for Mr. Brown had just won the j warned today. The town has an or- heavyweight title from Louis six dinance forbidding chickens tres- minutes previously and. by all thp rules of the ring, the main bout clight to be Nova vs. Mr. Brown for the championship. But things LONDON, April 10. (UP)—Greyhound racing, one of Britain's great national sporUs, seems in a fairly healthy condition ut the moment despite all wnr difficulties. Recent news that a number of greyhounds hud been sent from Britain to Cn'muhi for breeding purposes, together with the 1 publication nf figures of new registrations of dogs with the National | Greyhound Racing Club, govern- j ing body of the sport, have been received with enthusiasm by fnns. It, is astittinted that there arc about. r,j,OOQ greyhounds available for racing In Britain nt present. Gridder Dropped BATON ROUGE. La.. April 10 "UP) — Ed Toczylowski.ii block-I Last year—the first .full year of m» back has been dropped from ' wav-time racing—no fewer than the Louisiana State University :U50 greyhounds were registered lootbnll squad for conduct -'mi- That figure compares favorably, becoming LO an L. s.. U. football in . the circumstances, with the nnd )br raimrc to cooperate 5.900 in 1938. when there was • no with the University authorities," war, and the 5.800 of 1039. r rhc lifo Head Coach Bcrntc Moore .said of a racing greyhound is assumed today. Ijunsford is in perfect condition after a two-weeks period of rigorous training since he returned to Blytheville from Florida. An injured back sueered in training nt Tampa. Flu., whei-o he \ V a.s to make liis lira* professional appearance under fho tutelage of Jack Kearnr. and Joe CraiR, ha« heuted nnd thii local heavyweight looks fit for his first rtyht in two months. mwlt'i' C'rjiiir xvill open his program nt 8 o'clock at the lint with a buttle royul. Two four-round bouts will follow, Uicrt Him Burton, local K with Kinj.- Cole of J«ok son, Miss., in the 'semi-wimluri scJu-diilt'tl to j;o six rounds. Lunsrord and Woods, who foiijjnl twice as amateurs last year—both times with a hair-line decision uo- ing to Uinsford—will no on fin 1 their rtmiic .show, that .should enable fans io determine whether Lun.sford lui.s a chance to ^o to the top in heavyweight boxing circles. Don Burton will rofcrre the Hnul boul. Promoter Craig probably will serve as third man in the ring .in the other bouts. Judges had not been announced today. General admission' will be 40 cents. industrious. Billic, a younger sister, has attended ISO different schools although she Is only U. Australians- to Study U. S SYDNEY, Australia (UP) — Sir Henry Manning, attorney general lor New South Wales, has ordered the teaching or American history in the public schools. The purpose he declared, will be to teach to young Australians the far-reaching and beneficial effects of closer unity between the Australian and American nations. LUX THEATRE LUXORA Girl Of Show Family Now In 230th School CAMERON. N. C. (UPJ—Wilnui Williams, M-ycur-okl school girl is now attending her TJOth school Wllma, whose father operates n traveling tent .show, hopes, how- over, eventually io «T a (.Unite somewhere. Next year, she -explains, her father and mother plan to settle for at least six months so she can acquire credits. Her fnthcr. Rusly Williams, often stays in one town us short a time as one week now. At each school. Wilma takes home economics, civics, math. English and general science, if these courses are available. Teach- ' ers say .she '• lenras quickly and is Phone 42 Mat. Sat.-Sun. 2 ami 1 \\ ivt Kvcry Night 7 L>. M. Always We - 20c LAST TIMES TONIGHT ingnain Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell Dean ISrinn Donlc.vy, .lane DarwcM, John Can-inline, Mary Astor COMEDY niitl FRIDAY & SATURDAY John Wayne in 'Big Stampede' Chilli. H "Drums of I'u Munchn"* to be three years. A man named Toczylowski was With so many new greyhounds matte ULMcmtant in a divorce suit coming into the sport. Uierc is filed Tuesday in Salem, Mass., by plenty of material for racing for a Mrs Edward Tocsylowski, but the new restricted season which Is me. football player .denied ho was starting. married, saying: "You must htive the wrong guy." Co-Ed Whittles Her Way ._ V11 , B ., rili; „ BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UP) -1 trials, nnd. on London tracks, closed for more than two months, have started rc- gradinp of greyhounds. Hundreds j of dogs urc being put through I f*tnl tr *-i»ly^ /-».i * I- When Jane Hudson. University of ... Indiana co-ed, is whittling-, she ?!!! "* C0mc h P mc lo roasl ' fa ' s " isn>t WJ »sUng Her time. Tuition, '" '" " clothing, books and' spending' money nave been carved with her 75 cent knife arid she expects to keep on whittling her way through school. . . the strength of passing, and police intend to enforce it. They warned that persons allowing their hens to scratch their neighbors' lawns and gardens are ordered differently in the hall would be Tncd "r« in ex cS o human ovnamics. so Nova and the value of the chicken" the imaginary Joe Louis took their _ <-'"tKcn. of battle stations. f-AjrM could The brain seldohi exceeds an average weight of 1^80 to HGO grams in men. and 1140 to 1340 i •* how it \vn.s T bu!1 their performances will be classed with dogs of similar ability. Despite danger of air attack on London, which is constant, there will be plenty of public enthusiasm for the sport forthcoming. The ruirnbnr of however, will be only about a third of their peacetime proportions. to bo a? .soon as Nova bent his knees slightly and got into the fights, the matador kijls the l;ul! alter a performance by the mounted picador and the ban- nerilleros. Prohibition enforcement cost the; lives of 7D Oenforcers and 175 private citizens in the United Slates- We can buy your 1938 loan cotton. Bring in your b!ue and white papers. We have a limited quantity of Stoneviiie pedigreed cotton seed, 2-B at $5.50 per hundred. These seed direct from Sioneville, Mississippi. Can^suppiy in Stoneville 2-B one-year old at $2.50 per hundred. Or wiil trade seed with you. Place your order for Arcadian Nitrate Soda with us now, The price should advance as explosives and munitions are manufactured from it. We have a combination of Mixed Fertilizer, priced right. Bring your surplus planting seed in. We will buy them. A HUDNUT SALON CONSULTANT She will be in our toflct goods section all next week ... from the Richard Kudnut Salon, F-ifth A venue... home of the famous Success School... to give you persona! advice and news on skin care and nuke-up. 'n honor of her visit o complimentary purse size of' Blytheville, Arkansai MAKE-UP BASE lVcxt Wcek °nly, with your purchase of any D " 8a n-y Beauty Preparation we will Present this DuBarry Make-up Base... a " cw and ^citing foundation film that hcpsi your make-up last lonscr. ..your look* more glamorous nght away. MONDAY, AI'KIL M THROUGH SAT. APRIL K) Robinson Drug Co, Ca!J Early for Your Appointment. Whether it's a grey, brown, blue green or white suit you arc- wearing, you'll be smartly, comfortably and economically shod in a pair of our new Fortune "tan- ao'd-whit'e" styles. Sec our many new and different "tan-and-white" Fortune patterns today at -only $4, some styles higher. IORTUNE . SericStyla timbe THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main Phone 231 Admiring Glances Vom //// Sides When You Wear a Suit From ">i SI 7.50 io S3 5.00 tool looking and cool feciinu, (hoe suits win" the admiration of everyone. They're styled {« the mir.ule and tailored by craftsmen of lonj»' experience. Herringbones, Tweeds, fiHbiirdi!he,s and Flannels. Newest rotors and a great ra'njrc of sizes. Select yours today and find out what it means to enjoy perfect appearance plus cool comfort. H I CLEANKK CLOTOFKU TAILOK

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