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, SEPT. H, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PA'CHE WINE NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pel. G.B Milwaukee .... 83 57 .593 — Pittburgh .... 77 64 .546 6Vi San Francisco . 71 69 507 12 Cincinnati 70 72 .493 14 SI. Louis ...... 68 70 .493 14 Los Angeles ... 65 75 .464 18 Chicago 64 76 .457 19 Philadelphia ... 62 77 .446 20Vi Friday Games Los Angeles at Pittsburgh IN) Chicago at Cincinnati (N) St. Louis at Milwaukee (N) San Francisco at Philadelphia (2-lwini5ht) Thursday Results Philadelphia 4, Los Angeles 3 Only game scheduled Saturday Games San Francisco al Philadelphia Los Angeles at Pittsburgh Chicago.al Cincinnati St. Louis at Milwaukee AMERICAN' LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B New York 85 55 .607 Chicago 74 65 .532 10', Boston 70 68 .507 14 Detroit 67 71 .486 17 Cleveland, 67 72 .432 17' Baltimore 66 72 .478 18 Kansas City ... 6C 73 .475 18 1 Washington -.. 69 69 .432 24' Friday Games Boston at Cleveland (N) New York al Chicago (N) Baltimore al Detroit IN) Washington al Kansas City (1* Thursday Results Washington 7, Detroit 6 Chicago 4, Boston 1 Kansas City 7, Baltimore 1 Only games scheduled Saturday Games Boston at Cleveland New York at Chicago Baltimore at Detroit Washington at Kansas City SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Last Night's Results Chaltanoogo 16, Birmingham 5 (Birmingham leads series 2-1) Mobile 8, Atlanta 1 (Mobile leads series 3-0) Taday's Games Mobile at Atlanta Birmingham at Chattanooga Shawnee Dry Spell Is Over Shawnee High's Indians, jperating on a stepped-up athletic program, broke a osing streak here last night hat started in the middle of he 1954 season, by whip- ling Reiser, 24-0. Barton von at Luxora, 14-0. The Shawnee club, under a lew coach, Doug. Belote, assured good-sized, home-town, rain- worried crowd lhat the long drought was over. And the players didn't mean the weather. After a scoreless first quarter W. Seymour completed a 14- yard pass to Jerry Higgins who scooted 28 yards to the 1 1 stripe. And from there, Jack Felts smashed over for a touch down. It was 6-0 al Ihe half. In the third quarter, Seymoui lifted anohter one into the eager arms of Higgins on a pass plaj covering 52 yards to the one-yan marker. This time quarterbacl Seymour sneaked it over. Cooch's Irish Luck Helps INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Best of 7 series—semifinals Columbus 5, Montreal. 1 (lied 1-1)' Toronto 4, Rochester 2 (10 innings, Toronto leads 2-0) AMERICAN ASSN. Denver 3, Charleston 0 (Denver leads 2-1) Wichita 9, Minneapolis 2 (Wichita leads 2-1) Brooklynire Wins PORTOROZ, Yugoslavia Bobby Fischer, the 15-year-ol< Brooklyn wonder kid, has the distinction today of being Ihi youngest Grand Master in thi long history of chess. Bobby achieved the title Thurs day night 'A'hen he wound up fiftl in the six-week Internationa chess tournament set up to determine six political challenger for the world title. JOHN HAMM scored the firs of two 'fourth-quarter touchdowns running off right tackle for fou yards. Then Lacy Brewer touch ed TD dirt, legging a distance o 28 yards. All four tries for extra point were unsuccessful. The Shawnee school, niakin very effort to give Ihe folks oiner a good representation •ere tickled over '.he outcom ne spokesman said: "Ever hing was perfect. Except th I'cather." And lhat really didn't matter REISER ENDS: Wamble, McLean, Lile 'ACKLES: Woolen, Brashe lohnson. GUARDS: Graham lohn Staggs. CENTER : Cat BACKS Bollick, Swallers, Lair iert, Jim tSaggs, Byrd, Bra< ord, Wilson, Smith. SHAWNEE ENDS: Bennett, Higgins, Speck. TACKLES: Stovall, Chadwick, M. McFatridge, Eifling, Shannon. GUARDS: Cain, J. McFatridge, Moore, Vaught, Stacks. CENTER: Ragan, Rounsavall, Streeter. BACKS: Seymour, Felts, E. Hill, Davis, P. Hill, Brewer, Bagwell, Lloyd, Davidson, Hamm, Harrison. * * * AT LUXORA, the difference was a rangy, outstanding quarterback from Barton named Laddie Crouch. Other than that the teams were evenly malched. Crouch passed by both touchdowns, the first coming after Barton swiped a handoff from Quarterback .James McGloughlin on Luxora's 10. Lnxora's major difficulties, other than Crouch, were penalties. Before Barton scored the second time in the third quar- Paps Triumph By ED HAYES Courier News Sporls Editor Blytheville Junior High Coach Pat Fleming figures he brought some Irish good uck with him from Chattanooga. And as Blytheville football fans know, Blytheville could use some good football uck. Chatting about it after the game rith Whitehaven last night, Coach leming saidt "The Paps looked ood in Ihe first half. In the sec- nd half, we were lucky." In any event, the juniors were oth good enough and lucky nough to whip a big Tennessee lub at Haley Field, 7-6. It was the Papooses' first game f the year, and the first under a lew coaching staff. Tommy Tayor is the assistant. BLYTHEVILLE dominated the irst half with its razzle-dazzle of- ense. Us defense was good, too, and the club refused to give up a irst down. The Paps, meanwhile, ran up ive first downs. B i g fullback Barry Hughes scored the Blytheville touchdown, sweeping wide to the left on an eight-yard prance. He'd set it up with a booming 14-yard run. Then Richar' Gates carried over the Important extra point on a left end dash. Gates played a good defensive game also, coming up for many important tackles. Delta Dope BULLPUH ,N Tli WILSON-Loroy Dangeau's Wilson Bullpups locked up in 27-27 ie with Turrell last night. Scoring for Wilson: Claude Lynch and Ronnie Cecil,'one touchdown each; James Wcstbrook, two TDs. Extra points were added by Cecil (2) and Heg gie Cullom (l). BLYTHEVILLE seemed to grow j overconfident in the second half. I Coach Fleming echoed the ob-j servation. j "For one thing," he said, "defensively, we looked bad. 0 u r j guards weren't following their as- [ signments and were leaving big boles up the middle." Tommy Ellredge, a Whitehaven big boy, took advantage of the i cavities, gaining 70 yards from! scrimmage, mostly in the second BUT NOT OUT—Blylheville Papoose Barry Hughes is down for a temporary count last night on Whitehavcn's eight-yard line on a 14-yard gainer. On the next play he went around the other way to score a TD. While shirts in the background belong to Richard Gates (20 1 and Phil Talley (70). (Courier News Pholo) Charles Banner, proprie tor of Delta Lanes, rolled the best individual high game in league rolling last night. Sanner turned in a score of 222 in the 9 p. m. Businessmen's league. High individual series went to Harold Henderson (557). Armore Planting Co. had high team game (872), and Halsell & White higl team series (2368). In the 7 p.m. BAFB league, high individual roller was Harold Edelman (205). Other high scores: individual series, Sam Taylor, 551; team game, A.I.O., 963; and team series 2808. The servicemen's league was the second week of play. BAKU Maintenance Pacers, 8-0: Supply No. 1, 7-1; Paper Shufflers, 6-2; Medics, 5-3; A.I.O., 5-3; Supply No. 2, 3-5; Motor Vehicle, 3-5; Special Services. 2-6; Comptrollers, 1-7; Headquarters Splits, 0-8. BUSINESSMEN'S llalseli & White, 4-0; Mead's 4-0; Courier News, 4-0; Blytheville Food Plant, 3-1; Quality TV, 3-1; Armorel Planting Co., 1-3; Safe way Stores, 1-3; Coca-Cola, 0-4- Woodmen of the World, 0-4; MFA Insurance 0-4. Legion Plays Sunday All American Legion Little League baseball players are re quested to meet at Walker Park Sunday afternoon at'2:30. Each boy lias been asked b) Coach Chuck Cronk to bring along his uniform—and his father 'A "weenie roast" follows some special activity. Knicks Sign Sears NEW YORK (* — The New York Knickerbockers of the Nat ona! Basketball Assn. have sign ed Kenny Sears, their leadin scorer last season. The 6-foot California tallied 1,342 points (o an 18.Q point average for 72 gam es last season. The former Sanl Clara star, 25, has put in thrc campaigns with the Knicks. JCs to Hit Road With Pro Cage Game Tickets A Blytheville Jay ceei notorcade will e n a b 1 • neighboring cities to purchase tickets for the pro basketball game to be played in Blytheville, Oct. 8, between St. Louis Hawks and Philadelphia Warriors. The Jaycees group, headed by Charlie Leg gett, Charles Roy Lutes, Paul Coggins, Charlie Crews and Sam Larrimore, will hK the road Saturday. Here's the itinerary: Manila, 10 a.m.; Leachville, 11:30 a.m., Monette, 1:30 p.m., and Caraway, 3 p.m. Tickets cost $2.50 and $2. The game features such stars as Ptixico's Win Wilfong, LSU's Bob Pettit and St. Louis' Easy Ed Macauley. was called back on an illegal motion penally. The Paps Thursday. go to Hayti next STEVE TALLEY pnJ Linton Maxwell played well defensively! Big Illinois Race at tackles, and Freddy Ratliff and | Billy Smith were tough defensive! CARPENTERSVILLE, 111. WV- half. ends to get around. Smith made some of the best tackles. WHITEHAVEN dominated third quarter play. In fact, the Pap-j coses didn't even get their mitts on the ball. The visitors finally scored after j a lengthy and sustained drive) early in the fourth quarter, with [ Ackerman leaping across a heap of players from the two-stripe. And then, for the first time in the half, Blylheville's defense tightened up beautifully to choke off a running try for the extra point. What would've been a Whitehaven TD pass in the second quarter ter, the Panthers were hit for two successive penalties for a total of 30 yards. Luxora, under its new coach Ray Dunbar, drove to the enemy 15 in the first quarter, and (o the five just before the half ended. Nielher club threatened in the final frame. Luxora hosts Lcpanto next Friday night. I Quarterback John Holland tossed just one pass, in the last quar- i ter, and it was intercepted. But Blytheville tightened up again and Whitehaven had to give up the ball on downs. + * * THE PAPS made seven first downs, Whitehaven six. But the The nation's newest and fastest sports car race track gets its baptism of rumbling exhausts Saturday and Sunday. Meadowdale Raceways brings sporls car racing in the Grand Prix tradition to the Midwest. The 3.3-mile course, was carved from a 235-acre farm by home builder Leonard Besinger. He calls it the "most challenging Pro Rookie Leads DENVER Wl — Young Tommy Jacobs, a skinny freshman on the professional golf circuit, ignored the big pack of favorites and 90-degrce heat Thursday to post an early lead in the $20,000 Denver Open Centennial Golf Tournament. The 23-year-old rookie from Whittier, Calif., carded six bird ies for a live-under par 32-33-65 over 6,642-yard Wellshire Munici pal Course. course ever devised for interna^ tional competition." It i visitors out-rushed the homctown- ers, 107-1W. Hughes gained 30 yards from scrimmage, and Bailiff and Dales 30 milcs west ° f Chicago, each picked up 37. There was a good, bad-weather night crowd in the stands. The officials were Marsh Blackard, P. D. Foster, Bob McFarland and Jim Killett. A Good Buy OCEANPORT, N. J. W, — Train er William Hal Bishop has been keeping Bernburgoo eligible for some of Monmouth's stakes races fn six months under Bishop's car Bernburgoo has won $44,334. Bern bburgoo cost $4;1,000. He is own ed by Ed Holtzinger of Tarnpa Fla. Box Office Opens 6:45—Show Starts at Dusk Theatre - Osceola | Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. • FRl.-SAT. • ,A GIRL DELINQUENT A JET SOPtLLED ANG... tour FOR FAST KICKS —,M«n IUII-HKCU fitUS IKiUl URUHK •!«« IHIlfKU- * U HH -»~>T«Tmiiiciu< *-"..!>• MM tr-.m niMJmacro* Last Times Tonight Double Chill Show! NO ONE ADMITTED ALONE _AND— "SPACE MASTER X-7" Saturday — Big Double Feature Program— Show starts at 2:00 p.m. Super Drive-ln Theatre Osceola Show Starts at Dusk Fri. & Sot. DOUBLE FEATURE ROXY NOW OPEN FULL TIME Fri. & Sat. Double Feature INTO . 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