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SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE OT» East Stars Win High School Grid Classic 15-6 * * • * * *' * * * * Reid, Lannum-Not Outstanding, Just Steady Play in Ail-Star Game Drew's Charges Cop 3rd Straight Win in Charity Contest; Rain Mars Play MEMPHIS, Tenri., Aug. 11. (AP)— The United States Naval Academy has something to look forward to in Fred ;Cason, a hack who helped the East heat the West 15 to 0 ||o the third annual All-America high school game here last night. Cason scored the final East* . touchdown by bulling his way lor 45 yards through a heavier West squad in the fourth quarter. The Plant City. Pla.. youth was given a three-week leave from a Washington, D.C., preparatory »choo) to play. He plans to enter Annapolis next year. After the West hart jumped to a 2 half time lead, the Easterners came back to take charge in a driving rain when Buddy Leake, > Memphis back, intercepted a pass and raced 15 yards to score. The Kast scored a safety In th« second quarter when Don Bussey of Claremore, Okla., had his punt blocked in the end zone by Ear) Dixon of Alexandria, Va., and Charles Byrd of Clinton. Miss. The West's .score came in the final minute of the first half by backs Larry Graham of Houston. Texas, and George (Binky) Breeder of St. Louis. Breeder, sought by 33 colleges, grabbed a pass from Graham and ran 40 yards into the end zone. - It was the third straight triumph lor the East. Drew Coached East Drew of Alabama coached the ctorious EaM squad again this year and he was assisted by Coach Bill Glassford of Nebraska. Coach Willie Walls' of Corpus Christ! University and Coach Ralph Hatley of Memphis State College coached the West Forces. All 4« boys invited to the game got In the action. Both sides em: ployed the platoon system using different teams on offense and defense. As a dlm&i to the gania visiting aport-swriters picked the outstanding lineman and back of the game. Breeder, a speedster from St. Louis, was voted as the outstanding back. He played for the West team. Lineman honors went to Jim'my Van Buren, a 200 pound tackle, who halls from Atlanta. A product of Henry Orady High School at Atlanta, Van Buren Is undecided to which college he will attend. Sarons Defeat Travelers 2-1 Little Rock's Lead Cut to Three Games In Extra-Inning Affair By The Associated Press Len Schulte. who has been hitting a pitiful .150 since Joining Birmingham several weeks ago. struck one of the biggest blows of the year for the Barons last, night. The veteran Infielder poled a triple in the last of the 12th inning and scored a moment later on Roy !-Th« English language contains approximately 700,000 words, as well »s '300.000 more terms considered obsolete or unsuitable for the home. Tin Continental Divide Ii the watershed created by mountain ran- jjfE or tablelands of the Rocky fountains, from which the drainage ift both easterty and westerly. to give the second 2-1. victory over licid, Blythc- t won them state and Nicely's single place Barons . Little Rock. That cut the Travelers Southern Association lead to three games. Freeman. Birmingham's spectacular rescue worker, relieved Mickey Haefner in the 10th and posted his llth success. The voung Gadsden, Ala., fastballer fanned dangerous Hal Simpson with two on In the llth. Ed March, who hurled the last three innings after Little Rock starter Milo Johnson was lifted for pinch hitter in the ninth, suffered -his ninth loss. Simpson, Little Rock's leading run-maker, was retired twice with the potential winning run on third base. The Trays scored their lone marker in the third when Ralph Atkins tripled to count Johnny Grice. Birmingham's first tally was a homer by Walt Rogers in the first. Schulte, the hero, was in the lineup only because regular second baseman Dale Lynch was 111. The contenders meet tonight in the second of their four-game set. Little Rock pilot Gene Desautels nominated righthander Bill Connelly. late of Toledo, to face the Barons' 41-year-old ace, Bobo Newsom. In the only other engagement last night. Mobile swamped the Atlanta Crackers, 12-2. beneath a 20 - hit barrage. The victory gave the Bears possession of third place over the idle Memphis Chlckjt. India's great Bengal famltilne of 1943 caused 3.000,000 to 4.000.000 deaths, directly by malnutrition and Indirectly by disease. Hy (ilvOKGB Cl.AUK Courier News Sports Editor CHUMP STADIUM, MEMPHIS, Tern,.. Aug. ii-They didn't score the touchdowns or win the most valuable player awards but Mississippi County's two representatives in the third annual national high school All-Aniencan football game played here last night, gave a good account of themselves. Used primarily on defense, Colcman Lannum. Osceola's pine knot lineman, and Robert ville's bone bruising fullback, played good, steady, consistent football, the kind th: national honors during the past high school grid season. Both Lannum and Reid were uembcrs oi the West team which ' suffered Its third straight loss to I the Wei!, forces by a 15-6 count, ; They were in and out of the game all night shuffling around on Coach Willie Walls' change of platoons. Al ISO pounds Lannum. who will carry his talents to Memphis State College next fall, was the smallest lineman on either squad. A tackle in his high school days, Colcman svas shifted to guard for this game because oi his size and speed. But his size was no bother. He made up for it in downright hustle. Lannum turned in a stellar performance right up until the closing four minutes of play when h« was forced from the game due to a leg injury. He twisted'an ankle when he was sideblocked while knifing through in an effort to break up an East pass play. Fumble Recovered Poised and cocky at all times, Lunnum won considerable comment from the pre,ss gallary and at time.?, cheers from the un-parKsan crowd which was estimated at 8,000. Twice he was in the game's spotlight. Thirty seconds before hall- time intermission he knifed through beautifully to throw Memphis' Buddy Leake for a 12-yard loss on an attempt pass play and with six minutes to go in the game he recovered an East fumble on the West 35 that stalled a drive which had moved some 30 yards. Rain that came down In sheet* throughout the final two quarters of the game robbed the mn]crity of the fans of the opportunity of seeing Reid strut his stuff on offense. Reid was used solely on defense during the first half but got in quite a bit of ball carrying after the Intermission. Operating at fullback on the West's single wing Reid made nine slants off tackle, picked up a total* of 32 yardfi and two first downs. Most of his line stabs were short ones, the longest being seven yards. He was stopped only once and that was whea he attempted to spin through a hole which failed to open. Once before he powered his own hole to pick up three yards. He played both outside and middle linebacker on defense and did fairly well at both spots. NATIONAL LEAGUE W I, Pet, Brooklyn . ... 6!) 35 .663 New York . Philadelphia St. Louis . Boston . . Cincinnati Chicago . Pittsburgh 59 56 . 50 . 49 , 49 . 45 . 43 .510 .490 .476 .4S2 .441 .406 New York . Cleveland . Boston . .. Chicago . . Deli-oil . ... Washington Philadelphia St. Louis . AMERICAN I.KAGUE VV I, Pel. 67 39 .032 67 39 .632 63 60 49 .555 .461 .434 .378 318 17 21 57'* 33 STARRED FOH WEST—Colcman Lannum, Osccola High School's outstanding lineman, was one of the mam cogs of the West team's defense in the third annual national high school All-American game at Memphis' Crump stadium last night. He played a steady guard for the losing West forces. Ned Garver Pitches and Bats Browns to Win Over Detroit By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Firing »w»y a« though he belonged to the best team In the country, Ned . Garver of the St. Louis Broitrn hung up hii 14th victory of Uw season last night with i 4-J performance against the Detroit Tigers. Qarver, i good candidate tfx the mo«t valuable player award, ha* i previous high o* II trlumpi tsteblished last year. Pacemakers, Ark-Mo Beaten in NEA Action Both Blytheville teams were beaten but not eliminated from the Northeast Arkansas softbail tournament at Paragould last night. . Ths Ark-Mo Kilowatters were*.shutout 7-0 by the Joncsboro Frolic* in last night's second game and Burnett Hudson's Pacemakers were -shaded 3-2 by Paragould's Junior Chamber of Commerce team in the rain-shortened third game. The Pacemaker game WM called at the end of four innings because of rain with th« Jaycees out front by a 3-2 margin. In another game last night RO- and Motors of Paragould defeated pjggott by an 8-7 count. The losses were the first of tour- Besides his work on the mound,* Garver slammed out four of the nine Brownie hits. In gaining his third straight over Detroit, ha yielded seven hits, four of them In the last three frames. Pat Mullin homered for Detroit, Cliff Mapes for St. Louis—both coming with none on. loser was Virgil "Fireball" hicks, who gave up eight hits In eight innings. In St. Louis, the Cardinals Aqueez- eci by Cincinnati 4-3 in 10 innings Inst night with pitcher Gerald Stale")' driving in the winning run on a Luxora's Bill Conner Gets Berth on All-State Squad Billy Conner, Luxora Ilrst base-*— man. has been named on Arkansas' all-state semi-pro baseball team. He was notified yesterday that he was picked on the team which was -liosen. at the climax of the state semi-pro tournament in Mor- two-out. bases-loaded single. rillon last week Staley, who relieved starter Haj-- He earlier was named to the all- ry Breechecn, gave up only two hits! district team. In four innings for his I3th victory! Conner stated that he has been against 10 losses. invited by New York Yankee scouts His game-a-innlng single in the i to attend a Yanks' trv-out camp extra frame scored Nippy Jones who at Forrest City later 'this month had walked. ,,S n hU« :• tensbcrg " y ^ ld , e<i fh 8 H ri h , 8 i * the ^i he Reds out he arcw the lo Uth ap.l.isl 11 v.ctones. Red Schoendienst dumped OIly wj|h Vou "8 expenscs Conner, M who graduated , for fro,!, Lu.vora High School onlv last - prlng . 5lat( , d lhat hc also h approached by St. Louis Cardinal two- ] scouts run homer into the left field seats | In the fifth inning to tie the score at 3-3. It was his fourth four-bag- ger of the season. Perennial Middle Enters Retirement ANNAPOLIS. Md. — f/T) — William E. Parrell. who occupied the first room in the Naval Academy's historic dormitory, Bancrolt Hall.! nearly 50 years ago ar.d has been at the Academy almost ever since.! began loafins as a retired prole.s- i sor this summer. j Parrell 65, retired trom the De- ] partmenl of Marine Engineering In i June HP had been a professor for i ycarj. Parrell entered Annapolis as' a piebe (freshman) -17 years ago.: He would have received a commis- ! slur but lor a knee injury received • while roving in a iVavy shell a short i time before his class graduated. He was under treatment for almost live years, then Joined the i faculty as an instructor In Naval i Steam Engineering, Even, now he won't be too far' away from the scat of the Gold and Blue. Hc and Mrs. Farrell live only a it* blcclu from th« main gate, | Aviators sometimes see two runs at the same. time. The phenomen Is caused by fine ice crystal* In the air reflecting the sun's image U.S. Netmen Lead Davis Cup Play MONTREAL. Aug. 11. W,—With a 2-0 lead the United States figures to. wind up the Davis Cup competition in the North American zone today with a victory over Canada in the doubles. Dick Savltt and Tony Trabert beat the best the Canadians had to offer in the opening singles matches yesterday and left the matter of clinching (lie zone title to Trabert and his new doubles partner, Budge Patty of Los Angeles. They'll meet Canadian champion Brendan ATacken and Henri Rochon. Regardless of the outcome the remaining two singles matches will be played tomorrow. ney action by both the Kilowatters and the Pacemakers. The tourney is a double elimination atfalr and it will take another defeat to eliminate the teams. The losses," however, knocked both the Kilo'ivatLcrs and the Pacemakers out, of the winners' bracket rmd they revert back to quarter-final action In the losers' bracket. In order to get back into the winners' bracket they must, w 1 n their next game. Tuesday night the Kilowatters are scheduled to play the Dr. Pepper Bottler* of Paragould and Wednesday night the Pacemaker. 1 ! will meet the winner of the Roland Motors-Walnut Ridge contest which will be played Monday night. Soap Box Racers Vie for Crown AKRON, O.. Aug. 11. I,T,~A waler carnival, boating and -swimming were on tap today for the 141 entrants in the annual soap l»x derby. With most of the tuning up ol Ihcir cars completed, the youngsters planned to take part in a full round of recreational activities arranged by sponsors of the annual championship. Local industrialist.'; and businessmen arranged to don chef caps and aprons to serve tile boys at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Ads Roberts, Carr On Mat Card Toughies Will Meet Rceder and Hennincj Bad boys Red Roberts and Charie Cnrr are slated to combine talents in the tag match feature of.the American Legion's wrestling bout? at Memorial Auditorium Monda leht. They will meet Jack Rceder and Lee Kenning, a pair of scientifii smoothies, in the SO minute timi limit, two nf three /alls niati event bout. Roberts and Carr arc students a the same school of grappltns SPC' clalizing in catch-as-catch-can tac. tics with brawn being the rule, over brain. Both are veteran heavy weights with good following: In Blytheville. Henning and Rceder are boll comparative newcomers to Blythe ville. Henning is a holdover Iron nst Monday nlnhl's card and Reed er. although a veteran to man' Blyllievllle tans, will be maklni his first appearance here In mnr< than a year. In the two preliminary bouts Rceder will meet Carr and Roberts will lake on Henning. SOUTilKKN ASSOCIATION (V I. I'd. G.B. 72 47 .605 .... 70 51 .579 61 51 63 57 S3 ii2 55 64 49 70 49 12 Little Rock lilrinlngliain Mobile Memphis Nashville Atlanta ChnttnnoORa Orleans .529 .525 .483 .462 .412 .405 Mize, Rosen Keep Yanks And Indians in Deadlock Clutch Miners Produce in Clinch For Vital Wins; Gorver Gets No. 14 By JACK HANI) . (Associated 1'rchs Sports Writer) Pennants are won by clutch hitters like Cleveland's Al Rosen anil New York's .Johnny Mi?.e. Because these two long hall hitters cnmo through under pressure the Indians and Yanks are still tied for the American League lead. Rosen smashed a two-run burner Dcmgald's triple and Bobby Brown'i with the score lied to give Clcve- single produced the first run in the laud a 6-4 shude over the stubborn third. After Mi/.e homered in the Cliicaco White Sox last night. Mize I sixth, the A's came back with one. | 2 i hit a homer ami drove in I wo runs [The Yanks added their insurance '" for the Ynnks' 3-1 margin over I run in lh« eighth on singles by Philadelphia; , Yogi Demi and Joe DIMaggio and As a result the Indians and Vaults Mlzc's run-scoring liner to Al Clark, remain in nn exact C7-39 lie with Charley Maxwell's two-run pinch seven weeks to go. Boston, a 0-4 winner over Washington, is still 4 YKSTKHDAVS HKSUl'IS N'at'onal League St. Louis 4. Cincinnati 3 UO lini- IKS» Pittsburgh 3, Chicago 0 Dcstou at Brooklyn rain Philadelphia al New York rain American I,eaKue New York 3, Philadelphia i Cleveland 6. Chicago 4 Hoslon 6, Washington 4 St. Louis 4, Detroit 2 Southern Association Birmingham 2, Liltle Rock 1 (12 nnings) Mobile 12, Atlanta 2 Only games scheduled. helped Ftaston come from be_ . .. - - . hind with a three-run spurt In the lengths back and Chicago has drop- slxlli Inning to (op Washington. l«d eight games behind. t Clyde Volliner's 20th homer oft Connie Marroro in the eighth nailed down lhc> decision. Ellis Kinder reeled oil three hltlcss relief innings to save Mel ParneH's 12th win. Ned Wlmle Story Carver was the whole story at Out of the pennant race but very i much in the running for most valuable player is Ncd Garver of St. I Ixniis whose 14th victory was a nt'at •1-2 job on Detroit. Just to make U me, Garver cfime up with four Its. including a double. Rain washed uut most of the first iivision action in the National last t the debut of Charley Gehringer light, postponing the Boston at new Tiger general manager. Cliff Jrooklyn nntl Philadelphia nt New Mapes homered off loser Virgil York games. St. Louis 'nipped Gin- - • • • Immti. 4-3. In 10 Innings on pitch- r Gerry Stalcy's single with the >ascs loiided and two out. In the TODAY'S GAMES National League Boston at Brooklyn (2) Philadelphia at New York Pilt.sburKh at Chicago (2) Cincinnati at Chicago night American League Chicago at Cleveland nlghk New York at. Philadelphia Washington at Boston St. Louis nt, Detroit Southern Association Memphis at Atlanta Little Rock at Birmingham Nashville at Mobile Chattanooga st New Orleans Major jLeague Leaders By The Associated Press National league Ratting (based on 250 limes fll 3at>—Musial. St. Louis. .373; Ash- jurn, Philadelphia, .352. Runs—Kiner, Pittsburgh. 92; Hodges, Brooklyn, 80. Huns batted In—Irvln, New York B3; Kiner. Pittsburgh, 81. Hits—Ashburn. Philadelphia, 158; Musial, St. Louis, 144. Doubles—Wyrostelc and Klusze- wskl, Cincinnati; Dark, New York Bell. Pittsburgh, 26. Triples—Muslal. St. Louis and Hell, Pittsburgh, B. Home runs—Hodgea, Brooklyn 32: Kiuer, Pittsburgh. 31. Stolen bases—Jethroe, Boston 23; Ashburn, Philadelphia. 22. Pitching (based on sevrn decisions)—Roe, Brooklyn, 15-2, .882 Brccheen, St. Louis. 7-2, .118. Strikeouts—Newcombe, Brooklyn 117; Spahn, Boston, 105. American I,eagu« Batting—Minoso, Chicane, .348 Fain, Philadelphia, .334. Runs—Mlnosos, Chicago, 90; Williams, Boston, 86. Runs batted In—Williams. Bo! ton, 96; Robinson, Chicago, 90. flits—DIMaggio, Boston, 138; Minoso, Chicago. 134. Doubles—Nore'n, Washington, 31; DIMaggio, Boston and Fox, Chicago, 26. Trlplcs—Minoso, Chicago. 13: Fox, Chicago and. Coan, Washington, 8. Home runs—Zernial. Philadelphia. 24; Williams. Boston. 23. Stolen bases—Busby, Chicago, 20; Minoso. Chicago, 16. Pitching—Morgan New York. 8- ' !. .889; Teller, Cleveland, 18-4, .818. Strikeouts—Raschl. New York, 119; McDermott. Boston, 112. Detroit where the Brownies ruined (icrnoon Mel Queen of Pittsburgh •hut out Chicago, 3-0, for his first 'Ictory since May 13. Early Lead Chicago, which h^s l>een rough n Cleveland all season, piled up n early lead oil Dob Lemon. But <enny Holcombe couldn't hold it. He yielded two In the fifth and 'our In the seventh with Rosen's clout capping the rally. Randy •unipcrt. came In to lock the door iftcr the horse was stolen. Lemon went the route lor his 13lh win. Mize backed up Ed Lopat's sluau'y six-hit pitching to nans n seventh OBS on Sail Sam Zoldak. Gil Me- loser Trucks tu break a 1-1 tie In the •sixth. Pat Mullin's fifth homer gave the Tigers their first run. St Louis pitchers had quite a night at bat. Garver had his lour hits with the Browns and staley won his own game for tlie Cardinals, With two out in the 10th, St. Louis loaded the bases on Ken Raf- fcnsbergcr with a walk to Nippy Jones. Wally Westlake's double and an intentional pass to Hal Rice. Staley broke it up for his 13th win. Queen settled down after yielding tour hits In the flrst three innings to blank the Cabs while tlw Pirates made five hits oft Cal Mc- Llsh good for three runs. McLlsh held the Pirates hittcss until the seventh when Ralph Klncr doubled and Bill Howerton singled. KOBE, 12 Other Radio Stations Protest U.of A. Game Action Radio Slallon ROSE at Osceola is one of the 13 Arkansas 'radio stations which is protesting the Es&o Standard Oil Company's action in refusing to permit * genet-til broadcast or University of Arkaruu football ganicB. The radio stations say that they originate their own broadcast with have been unable to obtain pcnnis- nn Arkansas announcer. He said to broadcast University of Ark- this plan hinges on whether they nnsas games this foil because or the can obtain broadcast rights. oil company's actions. I Itl ad(IH(on | 0 K VRC and ROSE. John M. Moore of Arkansas Ra-1 protesting stations are: KBTA, dlo Station KVRC. chairman of the group, safd that the university had been requested to release the games for general broadcast. He suid the oil company, which finances broadcast of the games, Iiad refused to permit general broadcast of the games. Thirteen other Arkansas Rtations! have contracted to broadcast the 1 games under ESRQ'S sponsorship. 1 Moore snld the protesting stations contended that they had broadcast the games for several years and that the games had been carried by virtually all radio stations In Arkansas. He aalri the excluded group took the position that the university's gnmes 'fire the property of the people of the state. Moore added that the stations had proposed a plan whereby they would B a t e B v i 11 e; KAMD. Camd«n; KOWN, Conway; KXAR, Hope; KENA, Mena; KDRS. Paragould. KCLA, Pine Bluff; UOA. Siloam Springs; KBRS. aprlngdale, KWAK, Stuttgart, and KWFC, Hot Springs. Summer Tourists Get Cold Welcome in Oslo OSLO - ,/Vi — When taking f\ summer cruise to Norway, better bring ^JoMg some nice uvirm clothe* and your skis. That at Jcast is the impression of BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Aug. 13 8 p.m. TAG MATCH Jack Rceder & Lee Henning Adults 50c—Children 15c Red Roberts & Charlie Carr For Reserved Seals. Call 338!) Also 2 1-Fall 90 Minute Matches Recder YS. Carr Roberts vs. Henning Check Your Speedometer! It Will Save You Muncj Are vou sure voui speedometer 'eads correctly? It's nn excuse lor speeding Come In tomorrow one day service for all cars and trucks, T. !. SEAY MOTOR CO. rhrT*ler-rUmftuth Dealer 121 F. Main Thone im -wine 100 tourists from many nations, currently on a mid-summer 1 cruise U) the Norweginn fiords with the "Stella Polaris." Driving from HJocrungalford, 25 miles soulh of Anleaund across the mountains to Geirangerltord, Lhcir Lourin? cai.s were forced lo return tit- the hall-way mark by a howling hnosttlorm A scheduled skiing exhibition oy crack Norwegian skiers on what was lert of 1aM year's snow v-'es called off — because of too much fresh snow. Demaret Leads In Tam Play Ojai Belter Holds One-Stroke Margin CHICAGO, AUB U" <fPi — Jimmy Demaret, lashton plate o! the fairways with S4.200' earned this year, today had drawn a halfway bead on golf's biggest loot, t h e $12.500 tcp prize In the $56.000 "ivorlcJ" championship Unintej'. The 41-year-old Dcmarct, Irom Ojal, Calif., who .sports a new, guy costume every Ice-olf, was a one- stro'xe leader at fiitfht-miiler par 136 as the "world" .shiittd into Its' third 18-holc round at Tam O'- Shanler course. Jimmy had two tough customers snapping nt hi* hrels, U.S. Open champion Ben Hogau and big. hustling Clayton KcMncr, both tied at 137. And just two strokes behind Demaret, knotted at 13S. whooped six clever clouters — Johnny Palmer, Bob Hamilton. Lawion Little. Herman Barren, Ed Furgol and At Bvcsch. HARRISON SERVICE STATION GOOD GAS FOR LESS 3 Miles iS'orlh of (Jnsncll. Stale Line ». R. I'alc, Operator Stepped Upf Gasoline & Tractor Fuel Extra Miles Extra Power Get The Best "I Sell That Stuff" G.O POET/ OIL CO. 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