The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 10, 1951 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 10, 1951
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1H1 Reid Draws Starting Role in All-Star Tilt Robert Reid, Blylheville's 200-poimd block-busline fullbnok, is scheduled for starting j «J^^ n0 action tonight in the Wigwam Wisomen of America's third annual national high school L^^ 0 ', 'All-American #rid classic at Memphis 1 Crump Stadium, Washington"/". AMERICAN l.KAGUK W t. Pel. CJcvclan'J , New York , Reid, now a freshman at th? University of Kentucky, was listed a* the probable fullback starter on Coach Will Wallc* West toam in the gamp which is scheduled to get underway at 8:15 p.m. A member of the all-state, all- southern and AP-Americnn high school teams last fall, Reid Is one of the two Arkansas szrJdderR expected to get a starting" berth on the West team. The other is Eddir Bind Turd, n tackle from Little Rock. Lanmim f o Pla.r Mississippi County will hrvve another representative In the game, too, lie's Colcman I^nnum. Osceo- la'fi fine tackle who was listed as a possible starler. Reid, considered one nf the Hurst fullbacks ever to come out. of Arkansas, will be making prtdiron history for hl.s high .school alma muter when he trots on to the Crump Stadium turf tonight. His service iti the game will make Hlytheville Hiah School the only high school in the nation to have representatives tn <ach of the-three all-star classics. Denny Gentry was the first Chick graduate to play in an All-American game- He paw service as an end for the West- team In Ihe 19-19 pame, J, A. Lloyd, the Tribe's all-state and AJl-Amerfcan tackle ol )949 played In last year's game at Memphis. The East team, coached by Alabama's Red Drew, won tht two previous game* and the West team will be after its first win. Rowe Resigns At West Memphis - WEST MEMPHIS, Ark., Allfi. 10. fcR — Olis Rowe, athletic director and foothRll conch at West Memphis High School-lor the past four years, has resigned. Rowe led the West Memphis grldders to the district championship In 194K-49. He said he bus accepted H position ai fuulstant principal of Bolt-cm, Tenn., High School. Philadelphia St. Unils .629 .629 .885 .561 .•171 .438 .380 311 NATIONAL I.KAGIIK New York . Philadelphia Chic.tfiO —Courier Nc\vs Photo WEST STAHTKK—Robert Reid, the Chicks' All-American mllhnrk IR scheduled for Pt-nrliliK RcLlon in the third annual national high school All-Amerlcan [ootb»H Rninc at Memphis louiyhl. Reid is iw\~ a freshmar at the University ot Kentucky. 6 the American Dodgers Widen Big National League Lead with 6-5 Victory Over Giants V '• »y JACK HAND , i j (A««wl«lrrt PrrM Spoils Wrllcr) "Who rte w» play In th« world series?" 'flint's nil Brooklyn wiuils lo Icnnw. WiWi « 13 I/a game lead In the National LCAKHO, Ihe Dodgers cnn stnrl scmilin Ltagtie oolilendcra. Unless the Brooks rolrl completely In their last 50 Rnnics. they're In. A olean sweep of their three-Raine* • —- •erles with New York, capped by yesterday's 6-6 decision on Roy Campanella's two homers, just about put the clincher on It. No such thing in Ihe American where New York mid Cleveland rest In an exact 6«-39 tie with 49 tn piny. Boston, another 4 1 ,? bnck, and Chicago, only 7 gnmes out, remain In the picture. New York regained a piece of Ihe lead with the help of Washing- ion's GH Coan who dropped two fly balls to give the Yanks three unearned FUJIE and a 6-4 decision. Cleveland and Chicago were idle. Red Soi Split Boston could do no belter than n dntiblehearirr -split at Fenway Park wilh the Philadelphia A's. The Red 6ox bounced back In the second, s-3, on homers by Walt Drnpo and Vern Stephens after losing tho opener. 6-5. Frert Santord and SnlcJi Paige teamed up with a five-hitter for St. Louis' 6-3 victory at Detroit, Rookie diet Nichols of the Bos- W 6!) S9 56 40 49 4!i 45 . 42 .541 .510 .485 .475 .407 .446 .400 4',4 1 1014 20 Red Blaik Elects to Stay at West Point Brownies Quit Losing; Cards Blank Bucs 4-0 fiOUTIIKRN ASSOCIATION W r. Pet. G.B 72 IB 69 SI •Ittlr Rrx-k . Birmingham . Mobile " Memphis , , Vashvllte . . Atlanta . .. New Orleans ,610 .575 .525 .525 .483 -IliB .412 4 10 10 In 17 24 >k VKSTKFiDAVS RKSlll.TS National I.ruin]'' Brooklyn fi. New YorX 5 Boston 5. Philadelphia 4 ChiraKo 5. Cincinnati 4 SI, Louis 4, Pitlsb'irt'h 0 i\mrrli';in l.raEiir Philadelphia 6-3, Boston 5-5 New York 6. Washington 4 St. Louis 6, Detroit 3 Only games scheduled Southern Association Birmingham 8-1. New* Orleans T-0 Atlanta 6, Mobile 5 Nn.shvllle 6, Chattanooga 3 Little Rock 4, Memphis 1 Fly THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Si, i^uLs Browns have broken their latest losing streak. They cut the fkeitt al five losses by defeating the Tigers at Dctioit yesterday fi-1, getting all six of their runs iti Ihe sixth inning"— * Fred Kaufotd won the Rame for the Browns in the official records j but ole Satch Paige came in to help i him In the seventh when he began lo shnw signs of tiring. Sanford gave up only four hits in six innings and Paige turned back the Tigers wilh one hit in the last three innings. Pitcher Marlin Stuart made his big mistake in the sixth. He walked Sanford, then Bob Young dragged a bunt and Jim Delsing beat out .mother bunt to fill the bases. Matt Baits smashed a two-run double and Ben Taylor was intentionally u - rl . i . . „ ; passed, again filling the bases. An- trimmed New Orleans twice, pick-1 Lnt! up half a game on (he Travelers. After dropping two in a row to the reltar-ri'rVnHinc Pelicans (he rr m ,7r\*s 'tr n r?x\™ r ™>»»*» °< s <- *«*• «•»» Bnuthern Association baUle for 1 first plnce. Ralph Brjeknrr. sn'ant rookie righthander, pitched a .superb tliree- hittcr to edge Don Carlson, 1-0. in :he second game. Larry drove in Jim PiersalE with the only Barons Break Losing Streak Birmingham Opens Crucial Scries with Little Rock Tonight Army Coach's Son Is One Of 90 Cadets Accused of Cribbing on Examination* llrmus Shines Southpaw ClUI Chambers and .shortstop Solly Kcnius combined j their efforts last night to fashion 4 io 0 .shutout for the Cardinals Hy HAROm < WEST POINT, N. Y. f Aug. 10 (AP>—Earl Blaik, m father and coach, began building his eleventh army football team today from the remnants of a squad that could hnv» heon one of the nation's best until it was riddled by the current cribbing scandal. Gone is his own son, Bob. who identified himself as one of the 90- involved Cadets yesterday just a short time after the father told .sports writers in New York City he would stay as coach at the Military Academy. Young Blaik, who would have been a .senior, was a rjuavtcrback. Sonic rated, him us the nation's best, fiat he and all the remaining accused Cadets face expulsion for either giving or i receiving advance "'I information re| gaidmg written I tf>sK f Others who have ,| identified themselves as involved sue Harold Loeh- 1cm of KimhaU, Minn., c-aptain- elect of the team and president of the senior class; J, D. Kimmel powerful Tyler, Red Bbik TODAY'S OAMRS National l,fag;iir Boston al Brooklyn night Philadelphia nl New York night Pittsburgh at Chicago Cincinnati fit St. Lx>uta night American Lrfieu* Now Philadelphia ni^ht Chicnj>o at Cleveland nicht \Vn5hinjfton at Boston night St. Louis at Detroit night Southern Association Mobile at Atlanta LttHe Rock at Birmingham Only games scheduled Cardinals first series victory since mid-July. Tn his first shutout for the Car- diuals. Chambers held his former) Tex., tackle: Oibby Reich, an out- mates to five hits and walked only | standing defensive back Horn Steel- n . . tone. It was his eighth victory I ton. Pa,: Gene Cribble, another pippo ; against 10 losses for the season, i back from Newcastle, Pa.; Al Con- Thompson, Smith-in Tennis Tournament Semi-Finals A. B. Smih nnrl J. L. Thomson were scheduled to clash today to determine who will meet Blylhevllle High School Coach Russell Motley (or the men's singles tennis championship. Major League Leaders Bv Tbp Assnri.itrd Trrss \ATIO.VAI, IKAOI'E Batting 'based on 250 times at bati—Mnsial. St. Lonts. .373; -Ashburn. Philadelphia, .352. Runs—Klner, Pittsburgh, 91; Hodges. Brooklyn. 89. Runs batted in—Irvln. New York, 83: Kiner, Pittsburgh, 81. Hits—Ashburn, Philadelphia, 159: Dark. New York. 143. Doubles Wyroslck and Kluszfv.-- skl .Cincinnati; Dark, New York; Bell. Pittsburgh, 28. Triples—Musinl. St. Louis anri Bell. Pittsburgh, a. run of the game in the fifth Inning. In the first game George Wilson lushed his 27th and 28th homers and drove in four runs to pace the Barons to an 8-1 verdict. Little Rock trimmed the Memphis Chicks. 4-2: Nashville downed Clint trmootja,, 6-3; anrt Atlanta shaded Mobile, fi-5. Lit He Rock invades Birmingham tonight with its lead cut to four K^mes. A] Yayliiin notched his IHh victory last nicht. limiting Memphis to seven hits. The Tra\ r e!er.s made their lone: hits count in h.inriimr Tom Kurd his Hth Ralph Atkins' double accounted for two runs in the first. A triple by Hal Simpson set up another in the third, anrt third packer Hal Dangherty homered in the fifth for the last score. The decision ^ave the Rocks an even break in the series and left Memphis 10 games off the pace, in R third place tie with the Mobile Dears, Chambers has won five games and lost four for the Red Birds .since they obtained, him with Wally Westlake from the Pirates for Howard Pollett, Ted Wilks, Bill Howerton. Joe Garagiola and Dick Cole in mid-June. While Chambers was .shining on Hie mound. Kemus was doing likewise at the plate. He had a perfect night, getting three singles and a triple on four trips. Winters In Iceland actually are warmer than in 31 northern "u. s. states, according to the National Geographic Society. way, a Kansas'City end, and Bub Haas veteran center from Dayton, Ohio. During the tense private press conference in New York, Coach Biaik said that "nil but two—no, make that a few" members of the 1951 football squad were involved ami would be dismissed. He added that the lOM varsity basketball nnd baseball teams also were virtually wiped out. He said that approximately 90 per cent of the accused Cadets wer« athletes and explained that tht high proportion was because the athletes ate together at the training table and because of their conversations on the practice fields and in the gym. Tests at the academy are given in shifts, with halt the corps getting them one day and the other half the Identical questions the next. If two Cadets who have taken lh« examination discuss the questions in the hearings of a third all three are liable for expulsion. Blaik told the New York writers that the press conference had been called in an effort to save the reputations of the Involved Cadets "Including that of my own son." "My entire endeavor from now on." said Blaik In an emotion- packed voice, "is to see that these boys go out of West Point with the same type reputation they had when they came in." All nf the Cadets likely will be dismissed. It is Blaik's hope that they will receive honorable discharges. Browns, Toronto to Ploy TORONTO, Aug. 10. (if)—The Si, Louis Browns will play an exhibition here against the Toronto Maple Leafs of the International League next Monday night. Satchel Paige has been assigned th» starting role for the Browns. U. .8. markets sold 28.500.000 Christmas trees, valued at (50,000,000, in 1950. HARRISON SERVICE STATION GOOD GAS FOR LESS 3 Miles North of Gosnell. Statt Lin» B. R. Pate, Operator -ton Braves ended the Phils' five- game win streak with R IM win. Chicago rallied with four in the ninth to ed?,e Cincinnati. 5-4, anri Cllfl Chambers of St. Louis shut nut i his olrt EMtt-sburgh mates with five ! hits. 4-0. in a night. £ I Cnnipanella's second hompr for ] Brooklyn broke n 5-5 tie in the wv- "enth oft Irisor Sheldon .lone?. Clydr King, fifth Dodder pitcher, won "his 12th with a scoreless thren-innine Job. Monte Twin anrt Dave Williams humored, for the Giants in the Ehiee-hour-30-ininute samp, marred by blckerlne with !hr nm- , pircs ar.ri a new leapue record of "2\ ! '^^'or.iles walks by b/ith ciub^ The old hiijh Rn «chnecks was 23 set in 1910 and tied in 1911. Yesterday afternoon Smith defeated Bob Lipscomb 7-5. fi-o tn move Into the semi-finals B^alnst, Thompson. Thompson wont Into the scnii- inutHl \vith 6-3, fi-2 victory over R if haul Roberts week. Monday Coach ijosle.y hcrainc the first Ilnnllst by downing Ted Fisher 6-1, fi-2 In a setnl-finiirRcrap. Tlic men'K singles division Is ex- prctcn tn be romplotcd next- week. Play In the junior Miiirir?; and men'5 double 1 A \s ?tiil in the qnar- City Softball Standings COMMi:nriAL LKAGl'K W Lrnthcr Pullers Dlrlv Sox - ter-final .sU^e anrt jirolnibly won't ho cnrnptctrrt until next. work. Tournament action started two weeks ngo. Louis, Bivins Prep for Bout Heavies Get Ready For Wednesday Night BALTIMORE. Aus. 10. (AD — Former hrftvywTiphi chump Joe = Louis nnri Jimmy nivins nrr Imin-j incr inilfs npni-l. for ihnir 10-rmmdtr- hri-e next Wednesday, hut they' eninc m u in the same wny. Neither has any CL All-Stars j Top Champs Duro Chrome Beaten In Exhibition Tilt | i Commercial L e a E u r all-st^rs j trmjncerf the champion Leather I Pullers 7-2 yesterday afternoon at i Mnloney Park as the all-stars pot Home runs—Hodges. Brooklyn, their first work-out before meeting 32; Kiner. Pittsburgh, 31. Stolen ha^cs—Jrlhroe, Boston, 33; A5lil»irn. Philadelphia, 22. Pitching ibnsed on seven dcci- onsi- -Roe. Brooklyn, 15-2, .882; Brecheen, St. Louis, 7-2, .778. Strikeouts— Newcombe. Brooklyn, 117; Spahn. Boston, 105. AMKRIC.-1N LEAGUE Batting—Minoso, Chicago, .345; Kcll, Detroit nnrt Fain, Philadelphia. .334. Runs -Minoso. Chicago, 88; Williams, Boston, 86. Runs batted in—Williams, Boston, 9R; Robinson, Chicago, K9. Hits—DiMnRgio. Boston, 133: Kell, Detroit. 133. Doubles -Noren. Washington. 31; DiMagglo, Boston and Fox, Chl- cago. 26. Triples—MinoH), Chicaeo, 13; Fox. Chicago anri Coan. Washington, 8. Home runs—TIniTiial, Philadelphia. 24: \ViJliams, Boston. 23. Stolen bases—Busby, Cin'ca^o, 20; a similar nine from the Bay Win- rtow .softball leas\ie. SdJii iJmtcnn of Mnnlznmer? Ward w».s <m the hill for the. all- M.ars and the wiiininiz hnrler. Tommy Dorris wa,s charged with the lass. Ted Pusher o( Farmer's Bank also hurled for the nil-Atari; us F.d Hall relieved for Duro Chrome. The Commercial- Bay Window All-Star game is to be played after th e Ca tnmerc S si Li a ; ::t cnd.s i Us season Monday. 11>e National Geographic So- i-irty s.iy.s oil production of Sakhalin Island, off the Siberian coast, is estimated at 6,000,000 barrels a year, Minoso, Chicago, Ifl. Pitching—Morean, New York! S-l, .889; Feller, Cleveland, 13-4. ,81R. Strikeouts—Raseht. New York. 119; McDermott. Boston, 112. It's EASY I CONVENIENT! 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