,,PAGE EIGHT fighting Irish Win Hard Gome from Sudbury Bulldogs to Hold Top Spot inSptririg Grid Series '-. 'Catholic's Fighting Irish retained its undisputed hold oft first place position in the grammar school football league last night by defeating the Sudburv Bulldogs 7 to 0 at Haley Field. ' --- : Lansc' (Crimson .way thei ELYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COUKIBB NEWS Chicks to Open Baseball Series Langc defeated lhc preen Waves of Sudbury 14 to 0 lasl niglit while Central drubbed Yarbro .12 to ,0 yesterday afternoon. ; Time came to the rescue of t!-,e league-leading Irish when it lookc;! as If the Bulldogs would tie the score late in the fourth quarter. The Btilldoss staged a last minute seor- .ing threat, when Donald Gentry ran unchecked to the Catholic one. hut the 6ame : enaed before another pl;-y could be made. • The Irish's one touclida'wn came early in the second period. The Irish took over on the Bulldogs' 42 after four downs had netted Sud- 00 yards for tlje game's "first tally. Brattou converted on n center buck, making the score 7-0. Sudbury tried to get back Into r wi wlnrl preliminary bout, wcloh came to achieve nartlal reverse vrtirn B.H.S. Team to Meet Gosnell Friday to Open League Piny * .mumio.lHJII H l l Dlytlicvlllc iiiiih 3?hool will open lhc lag match „ Us 19-11 baseball season Friday byi Ix-glou Arena. ' *"' playing GosnMl High School at( In their highly-touted Gosnell. it was announced today .grudge match. Welch was by Coaches Joe WhitX;/ and Ellljto avenge the beating he TUKSDAY, APRIL S, 1947 TVo-Woy Grudge Battle Ends Quickly, Then Four Mat men Mix Welch'i,<i C ^tKrL(| CCC ! le < 1g '! vo Iioy "" K nlltt <hc l)aUIe ^''le'-od nvotiml .^r. 1 ,, V.!. 0 ,^?/^ 1 ! 0 " . in th «lr whirl- the ringside where all mai>nor of stumping and kicking transpired. . Referee Mcrnney divctl Into the log- Im niwi i,<c. .,.,.,, ••-•-"«<; wiiuii. itiML-rce jwcruney aivcu into lie log- liu'ic^nis"^ s ftfci *"» " f "° dics ji - ••""""**'° *»»«- cer no submission In two straight falls In one f, 11 exuivl<:il received eve Godwin. I two weeks ago at Keenc's Ivinds in A mcHliig of coaches was held '"8 'natch that ended In a "no co-i- nl (lie niyllicvillc :;ym last night test" decision. However, the Ri to discuss the schedules and type prelim last night went exactly ^ E _ bn ", ? nine sll ? rtl .v afterwards of play. Tim .slx-teiin" league will minutes. in round-robin fashion with I ,.4 n . d .??'' 12 ° seconds Roy Welch opening an aerial offensive but quarterback respectively ol the Ji ish, combined forces and moved the ball to Bulldogs' 18 in 1 ttltcmpU. where the quarler ended. .. Calholic opened Hie quarter oiiick- ly with Williams moving the ball to the Sudbury 2 on a center buck and Baughman scored easily, slicuv; off tackle. Williams converted by crashing oenter, making (he score 7-0. Wildcats Encounter Trbublt ; The Lunge Wlldcals ran inco considerable trouble in their 14 to 0 win over the Green Waves in the final 'game last night, The stubborn Green ]\Vave defense were constantly upsetting the Wildcats' , olTcnsive threats. ^ The Greenles staged a las', mtn- .Ute scoring threat, moving the pJg- sfcin all the way from their own 45 to the Lange 12 but the end of SwlU again came to the rescue, in- I cn'ch didn't 1111 a finger. He couldn't, for The injury-ridden Yarbro Rnxnr- 15 against Armorcl bncks, striving to get buck int qot nmd, but too i- Crimson Tide by a 12 to 0 score ' yesterday afternoon's game. Central scored early !n tht- first period after returning the RaMr- backs' kickolT from their twn 20 game stopped point. the threat at this . « Lange's touchdowns came in the Nappy Days for Sluggish Folks r .WHEN CONSTIPATION makts you feel punk «s the dickens, brings on stomach Jipscl, sour uste, jassy discomfort, Uke Dr. Caldwell'3 famous medicine to Quickly pull tlic trigger on lazy "innards", and help you feel bright and chipper again. B»-CAU>W£U.'Sis (is wonderful sen- na laxative contained in (ood old Syrup Pepsin to make it so easy lo take. •IANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations in prescriptions to make lie medi- -aae more palatable and ajrteabU to ; *«*e. So be sure your taia u \e Is con- _tained in Syrap Pepsin. IMSIST ON DR. CALDWtLL'S- the f»- vonte,of millions for SO years, an'd feel that wholesome relief from constipation. Eytntimckj thUdrenloveit. CAUTION: Dse only as directed. DR.CAIDWEIL'S SENNUAXATIVE J¥WIP PEPSIN CO Yarbro's 35. Here. Dewaii c- Gra- i - hnm and Tommy Mosley coinbiiird slncc - Whltlcy stated forces with liltle Snm Lum to move the ball into scoring position on the Ynrbro 15. Lum and Ornnain then moved the ball to the 4 yard Hue where Graham scored on a center buck. Graham's try for the extra point failed, leaving the score at fl to 0. Central's other score came In the second period after the team had taken over on downs on Central's 28-yard lino. Here Bobby McFanand circled end and went all lhc way to the Razorback 15 before being brought down. The Hazorb.xcks put up a stubborn defense nt this point but Johnny Halscll slipped through tackle to score. Graham's pass to Bruce Hay was knocked down and the score .stood at 12 to 0. One of the spectacular plays of the game came late In the fourth stanza when diminutive Sam Lum, who won't weigh CO pounds, threw a bone crushing tackle at 12fi-jiouncl Monroe Holland of the Hazorbarks, stopping him after It appeared he was loose for i\ touchdown. The standings: Catholic 3 Central 2 Lance 2 Bulldogs i Green Waves I Yarbro . fl Lost 0 1 I ...2 Pet. 1.063 on Apr! School. Baseball is being rehuUlctl at BUS Ihls year 'liter a six-year absence. Coach Whilleiy nnlrd. Approximately 40 candidate ro- portcd for initial practice two weeks ago and pracika sessions h.ii'e been held every af'.crnnon . thai he had lot of good mnlenal to choose his team from 'ind expects to field a winning tca.ii. The pr.iclicc game with Gosnell Pacer 'began the' business "of -ivm- that v.:--i scheduled /or ihis af- assistance from outside !r».»° rin" ternoon has been called off due to Ihe working partner. Pacer spoiled three near-pins by Wolfe when he kicked Hint opponent rate the grapplcrs but was rudely ejected from the four-sided njelee. When the IxiUlc was reduced lo a two-at-n-time affairs, Welch loused an nil-out attack against everything In the ring, including the referee. Wolfe was In ami out periodically between them hud the situation well In hand. Pacer was the first to go a.t Wolfe caught him In a rolling body-M.\ni \ and eliminated him. Kccne attempted a one-man comeback but Roy put an end to it and flatten-.':) him with a Hurry of punches. Kcenc led Wolfe briefly but Wfle'n returned to apply a plck-em-np-and- lay-cm-down body slam lo wind up lhc fall in 10 minutes. Tn the evening's opening prelim. Wolfe and Pacer went nt It hot ami heavy in n rough and fast 10-minute fall. Wolfe appeared lo|> man Dickey Revamps Peb Line-up for White Sox Game LITTLE OCK, Ark., April a (UP —A drastically revised Traveler nine will take the ile:d here Ihls afternoon when Iho I'ebs (angle with the White Sox in their second big league exhibition game of the season. Tills will also be the Jast contest for tin capital city lads before they op2'i the 1947 season against Memphis ui Traveler Field Friday. Principal change in (lie Pebs lineup will bn at fijwl base where that he could "clear up unfair statements" which he said followed his January fist light with PGA Tournament Manager Fred Cor- coran. Metz knocked Corcoran down, and then was suspended for two weeks from competition In PC3A- approvcd tournaments. > Davis Brothers Service Station & Garage FRANKLIN BOBBINS, Mechanic Lion I'roducl.s Manila, Arkansas General Tires Auto I'arls & Accessories Hill Oarbe tried lo continue the tight alter (he Ml. shiL'<;ln« Referee Mikn Moraney twice when he attempted t-j intervene. The tug tangle was one of the fastest nnil roughest staged on tlit! Arena mat to dute find tde fracas played to a sUiuling-roon-.-only crowd as ninny were turneO away at the gate. "Outside" Assists Reported Early In thn fnsl Call. Kcenc and in the bin caught him In n cnib hold the bout. Pacer !o win Sports Writers Honor Gil Dodds, Track Star to the opening of the season day, Whitcly said. The baseball schedule: April n—Gosnell r.t Gosnell. April 15—Armorel at Hlytluiville. April 18—Manila at Manila. April 22—Osccola nt Osceola. April 25—Dell at Blytlievillc. April 20—Gosnell al niytheville May 2—Armoroi at Armorcl. May 6—Manila, -it Blytlievillc. May 8—Osccola at nlyihcvllle. May 13—Dell at Dell. Coach Named At Leachville High School Ethiidgc McKcp), .-jrmcr A!l- Amcrica taskcttaU player -.it ilic Phillips 6G Oilers, n professional team, and n star ol Murray SVr-.tv.' Teachers of Murray. Ky., h:is bion ntimccl hcaU Vjasketball coach al Lcnclivillc Higli School, it WHS nu- noiiiicctl totlas' hy Loyal V. Norman, supermtenrlent of schools. -,-, . from utop Kcenc wlicii the battle moved lienr his corner. Walfc took lhc lead by slamming Kccne and handed a beating when he entered the rins. The first free-for-all broke out when Pacer offered more assistance from outside the ropes. Confusion reigned during this and the other free- for-alls of the evening as mavhcm prevailed when all four mixed it up. Pacer iind Wolfe emerged as opponents. Wolfe took the lead and ho and Welch worked over Pacer wlih leg grapevines and a leg split and loe hold. Disrupted by another free-for-all, the battle raged on with .1 fust exchange of partners and roughhouse maneuvers. The beginning of the end loomed when Welch launched a revenge attack against Kcerie, NEW YORK. April 8. 'Uf'l— Preacher Gil Dodds. who was the easy winner of all of his \'i rarc.i last winter, was the selection of the Truck Writers Association today as the "outstanding performer of the indoor season." The Boston parson won nine races • at one mile—fastest time 4:OIi.8. and three races at two miles—fast| est time 9:05.6. His outstanding ac- j complishment was nt the New York " j Knights of Columbus Games' when ' he won lhc mile run in 4:07.! ;:iul came back within an hour to win the two miles in 0:15.5. Dodds received 13 of the 15 votes cast. take over the spot by Hui;.? Jio Buu- day man. Haiitnnn, ui:itUlo to hit consistently, has been sent back to Amarillo for further scnsnulnfcf Garfoe arrived by plane late Sun- from Hollywood and is ex- 1 d to lake over the first base spot tietmnnently. I For the White Sox. Ed Lopat, an ex-Traveler . will he on the mount: while George Dickey— brother of the Traveler manager — will Ije behind the platter in early innings of the contest. KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 4MU 'The Old Ileliable" G. O. POETZ ro«r Bonrce of Dependable ejeirl I'K'l'KOLKUM Of her Kit at (,'hr-rrj nieeting at Chicago May 4. Mela announced yesterday that he was asking for the hearing so Get a Golfer Dick Metz to Ask for Hearing on 'Charges' AUGUSTA. Ga., A]>ril 8. IUP)-- Ecl Dudley, president of the Professional Golfers Association, said totluy he had not vel received a letter from golfer Dick Metx, asldn-f for a hearing, and that any nrtion probably would be taken in a Spring slugging and kicking him prior to the four-way scramble. Wolfe gtjd Welch then took turns giving Keens a prolonged hammcrlock work-out I with the latter drawing first Wood I as he eliminated Keene with_f.ni arm twist and stretch maneiifpr. I Pacer's one-man defense was short-lived ns he received the same Mr. McKcel, who is n grurtuu',': of treatment with Wolfe getting th« Murray Stale, holds a BS riesrej pin using a rolling body-slam. Fall : " -'— '- time was 25, minutes. Referee Takes Punishment The final fall opened ho', iiiirt heavy and another free-for-all broke out shortly. In the confusion. Wolfe; , from that school. He will also be physical training instructor alone with hciul bnsketbn.ll conch, Mr. Norman said. McKTecl is ' known through this section, having played on several independent tc:ims inrlndin^ the Roynl Crown iSottlcrs ol Joucsboro. He will rniilncc Dorse Keller, who rerently resigned to accept n 110- sltton as hoad conch nt Trtunann Hi^> School. In announcing Mr. McKcel's tift- polntmcnt Mr. Norinnn stntcd. "Lcaclivillc feels particularly proud in scciirini; the services of this flr.o and caimblp young man." Gale Hnducrs will continue us girls' bns- kclbnll couch, Mr. Normnn sliitccl. and Pacer were thrown from the i OGDEN SOYBEANS Rcc/eonod and Sacked A. L. WHISTLE Koscliint!, Ark. on the Jab • Almost every hour in the <!ay you will find 3. good use for the "Jeep" as a truck, light tractor, runabout or mobile power unir. Wirh us mighty WiHys-Ovcrlancl "jeep" Engine and powerful 4-wheel-Jrivc, you can go most anywhere in a "Jeep," on or off the roaj ... in fair weather or in 'bul. Get a "Jeep" on the job. 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April 8. «UP>-_ Bnbc Riilh. back in baseball for (he first time since 1938. planned to leave bv plane today for a I'lcrlili rcsl bul promised he would '.vork as hard as his health will permit when he cnrts his vacation late this month. The Ford Motor Company announced that Ruth had accepted a post as consultant in connection with Ford's participation. in tho American Legion's nationwide' junior baseball program. The .ill) carries an undisclosed bul "siibslur.- tial" salary. Ruth, who was present at the press conference as the. annouiicomml was made, said that "for Uie flr'jt lime in my life I feet that 1 Imvc. a chance to put a lot of aiy ideas into action . . . You knaw how t'vc always felt abotil kids nlnyini; baseball." The former New York Yankee slar, whose home run mar.;', sttil stand as lhc best in baselj.ill. said lie weighed alxmt 102 pounds, a gain of eight from his low point after an operation Jan. 3. I THURSDAY'S THE DAY! 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