The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1949 BI.YTIIEVIUJC <ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE BEVKN Chicks Schedule Six Home Games 1949 Football Season Outlined by Coach; Two Dates Still Open The Blythcvillc Chicks will face approximately schedule next the (nil same football thai they did !:ist year, according to Head Football Coach Russell Moslcy who yesterday announced the partially complete 1949 ' bookings. The schedule announced yesterday by coach Moslcy lists eight games already signed with two dates remaining to be tilled. The open dates are Sept. 23 and the Thanksgiving; 'late of Nov. 25. El Dorado and Subiaco, who com- to Ploy Post-Season Benefit Game The BlytlicviUe Wizards. * cage (cam comixxsed almost entirely of nlytheville Hlgli School boys, will meet the Blytheville Chicks in a post-sensor, exhibition benefit game ut the Haley Field Qym tomorrow nlslit. Game time Is 7 o'clock. Proceeds ol the content will go to the Blytheville "B" Club, an organization of high school athletic lettermen, which is sponsoring Ihe event. At'mission to the game will be 25 cents lo both .slurieiiU anl adult.s, according to Coach Russell Moslcy. The Wizard team is composed largely of high school seniors who previously have lettered in baskct- ancl the amount of travel Involved Coach Moslcy said. And due to the fact that _ relations between El Dorado and Blvlhcville were not renewed this year, the Clilcks will begin their 1949 piny one week later next fa The Tribe will open its schedule Sept. 18 at home apainst their per- and Oscar Elliott. A challenge to play a post-season "srudg'e" game was Issued by Jac' Elliott, playing manager of the Wizards shortly after the team w<is organized in mid-season. H «> agreed at that time thai the gam would be played provided that n Club would be the sponsoring agen- ennial rivals, the parngoulri Bull-1 cy. doss and will close it Nov. 25 with In the bent-fit tilt, the chicks wil use approximately the same linc-nj lhat thev did during the regllla an as yet un-nanied onponctit. Six Games at Home The schedule released yesterday by coach Mosley calls for six home games with only two on the road. In keeping with the Chicks' one year at home, next away policy four of these six home games are willi traditional rivals. Paragould. Little nock, pine Bluff and North Little Rock, and the other two are with Catholic High of Memphis and Brinklcy who were added to the Tribe's list of foes only last year. Last fall all of these teams, with exception of Catholic High, were played on the road. The Terriers or catholic High met he chicks ..t Haley Field last year and In signing their 194Q contract expressed i> desire to return again this year. Tlie two road games already booked on the 1949 slate are with Jonesboro and Nashville. Coach Mosiey stated that he had written coaches at Poplar Bluff and Sikcston, Mo., Dyersburg and Jackson. Term., and Forrest City In an effort to fill the two open dates but • BS yet has not received answers from any. He said that he had also talked with officials at Caruthers- vllle, cape Girardeau and Charleston. Mo. The 1949 schedule: Where Team Date Here—Paragould Sept. IS Open Sept. 23 t' Here—Little Rock Sept. 30 Here—Pine Bluff Oct. 7 There—Jonesboro Oct. 14 Here-Catholic High, M'phis Oct. 2 There—Nashville Oct. 28 Here North Little Rock Nov. 4 Here—Brinklcy Nov. 1 Playoff Nov. i: Open Nov. 2. season with possibly one or two ex ceptions. Kentucky Places Groza and Beard On All-America State Class B Cage Tourney Opens Today SHERIDAN, Ark., March 10. (<Vi— West Memphis squared off against DeVnlls Bluff here today lo Hup up the cnrtiiii> In the scramble far Iho Arkansas Cli\ss B high school basketball champloiv-hlp. Five other games today opened the toimuiment. • First round pairings: Weal F\>rk vs Poughkeepstc: Mar- mtulukc v.s Arkansas Deaf School, Strong vs Hermitage, Hnrtlord vs Bee Branch Soutbsldc and QuMman vs Althelmer. The first round battle will eiu Friday morning with Wcsleri Drove playing Brunch and Spiinr Hill meeting Hazcn. The champion-ship giime will be played Saturday niyht. l?:ick in Ihe game as a co;ich, fiery 1'rank Kdbch keeps l)n- tocher's Giants hustling at the Tuscon, Ari/:., camp of tlie New York Nationals, Senator Bearden To Assist With Education Study State Comptroller Think Some Bills Must be Vetoet In Order to Meet Budget LITTLE HOCK. March 10 (,T|_ Arkansas Comptroller Lee Ho Bensley suid yesterday he beiievr that to balance the state's bu Governor McMnth will have to ve some appropriations made by t] 1949 legislature. "Rl^ht now It is an imtllsput fact that U appreciations exceed the revenues, the Governor win have no choice but to aljust them to fit the revenues." said Ueaslcy. I'm reasonably certain that the appropriations will exceed Ihe revenues." Models Used in Air Force Studies The Air Mak-riel Command, at Us WiH;ht-Pnllerson Air Force Base, Dnyton, O., h:ia set up a fimii exact replica ol n real one, complete will planes, perfect ino<U'ls of regular Air search purposes. Here Adam Stol/cnt; inspects a baby helicopter prloi le miniature airport, Ilia i "control lower." Midget rce craft, nrc used for re- icrucr, chief of the unit, >r to a test flight. LITTLE BOCK. March l(j. (/T) — , i Slate Sen. J. Lee Bearden of Lcach- NEW YORK. March 10-W-The v(|)e ^ „„„ named M a men)bcr 1949 Associated Press All-America collegiate basketball team as selected by a vote of 404 sports-writers and broadcasters, Five points were given for each first leani selection: wo for second team. Figures in laranthcsis denote number of first cam votes, Players, Team Pts Ed. McCauley, St. Louis (331) 1,135 Alex Gro?.a, Kentucky (326) 1,131 Ralph Beard, Kentucky (246) 1.400 Read Courier News Want Ads. Tony Lavelli, Yale (234) Vlnce Boryla, Denver (117) 1,357 859 Soviet Youths Failing To Write Good Music MOSCOW. M— Soviet youth Is not responding UK correctly tis It should to the cull [or mote ami better music writhe, says U, Yarus- lovsky. wrlltnu In lnveslla, Ho says progress undoubU'dy has been made and cile.s Arut.vijnyan's "Canlntn of the Motherland", and "Sympluml- etta" by Valubcri;. At a recent students' concert devoted to the Eleventh Congress of the Komsomols, he says, there were loo few works linked with the A .square, 209 feet on each side, contains an icre. characters aud youth. feeling of Sovlel Read Courier News Want Ads Booming Railroad Voice Disturbs English City HAINOUI/T, England (/P) — The city council has voted a protest to the government against the booming voice (you can hear it two miles away) which shatters the dawn here daily. The voice comes from a loudspeaker at the Central Line railroad depot promptly at 5 a.m. It Is used by a traffic director to get the locomotives moved out of their shed3 in proper order. The council will of a committee which will make a study of higher education Institutions In Arkansas during the next two years, it WHS disclosed today Other senators on the committee include: Ernest Nicholson ol Harrison and Lee Reaves of Hermitage. Selection of members of (he revised Arkansas Legislative Council was completed yesterday with the senators designated by congressional districts. These included: First District, Senator Bearden; Second District, Jerry Screctonij Haren; Third District. Russell Elrod of Siloam Springs; Fourth District, Wlnfred Lake of DcQueen; Fifth District, Bob Bailey. Jr., of Russellvillc; Sixth District, Weems Trussell of Fordyce; Seventh District, Clyde Byrd of El Dorado. Governor McMath selected Rep. James R Campbell as a member of the council and the House selections were made earlier In the week. Great Britian has only one acre of cropland per person. take It up with the Ministry of I allzed railroads. Transport, which runs the K nation- Nationally Famous Men's Leather Belts Values to $3.50 NOW ONLY Each belt is top quality and was made to sell for much more! They're smartly boxed . . . pick your favorite leather . . . from a variety of sizes, widths, and new buckle styles. 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