The Courier News from ,  on April 11, 1947 · Page 4
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CAGE FOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1947 : ootball Games Are Postponed I Heavy Rains Cause : Delay in Garnet in I Grade School League \ Playing: of games in the gram- Biar school football league sched- yled for this alternoou and tonight bas beeft postponed d.ue to wet grounds,. Coach (Jig Bynum announced this morning f Las}. Jiitght's , rains left Haley Yield Ainder a sheet of water, Coach Bynum stated.- and playing of today's ' g'iines would be almost an Ski High . , .. .•: •• . ? 'ihe games scheduled for todaj ind. tonight will; be played elthei Monday ^or 'Tuesday; he announc- 4d, or ; asifiooh as weather will fT\ Hilt. > t.Th^ league leading Flg'HIns Irish , from Catholic will be pu (tirough''ihe acid (cst when ih( gamei are"p|ayed. They were celled' bled to tangle with the strong Cen trnl "Crimson Tide. ' J This will to the first meeting o the two'it'earns 'arm will be Cath Clio's: greatest,/ test. The crimson '^ide -boasts one;' of; the stronpi \ defensive teams in the league, havirig lost only one game, to the gudbury Bulldogs- in an upset. ? The i Irish, however, defeated the [i Bulldogs, by a 7 to 0 score In their [ Bieetfiig "last Monday night. Catholic will-call upon their ace back-' : jleld rstars. Charles Williams. Haskell gauthman and Norbelt Blank- tnship for their ground gaining T hen' the two teams get together. Cerjtral's strong line may prove {he downfall of the, Irish however. ' jn future games, no. team-has.- been able ko penetrate the Tide's defense . to milch "extent. The Bulldogs de- ; leated the Ti<le by means of a ! fumble deep in Central territory. I ! Other Barnes will find the 'wild- ^ats from Langc taking on ari improved Yarbro team and the two brother teams, the Green \yaves and Bulldogs from Sudbury getting together. 'Joe Perroult of Ishpcming;, Mich., soars throagh air in perfect form to win top honors in U. S. Olympic Trials (or ski jumpers at Hyak, Wash. He will compete ;»l SI. Morilz, • Switzerland, next whiter. t - Enforced Vacation : Eir[ Isaac Newton conceived his IrJei. of the laws of gravitation when only 24 years old. A terrible plajjiie had broken out in England schools and .universities were, closed and Newton -had much time to think during the enforced vacation. BJytheville 'Y' Football League Schedule Delayed 'Due to one team, the Blythevitle •Motor Company, nmiounclng theirj withdrawn! from the Bjythevittc Y Sott'jRll League, drawing up ol schedules has been delayed for « fow days, C. Q. Rcdmnn, president of the league announced today. Search for t\ tenth team to complete the league is underway, Mr. League Play Opens Today In Southern NEW ORLEANS, April 11. (UP) —Baseball '(ever is running high In every city or the Soti:hcrn Assocl- 'alion, and Charlie Hurth, new pres . idenl of the league, predicted today 1941 attendance figures would ap- ' proach last season's record-breaking receipts. Hmih, who was general manager of the New Orleans pelicans until he became president o[ the league, said -the southern Association as a whole "should be well balanced." | Hurth added that the 1M7 campaign should bring an almost complete return of pre-war form. ' Exnctly 1, 831,255 fans pushed cash Into ticket sellors 1 booths In the eight league parks during the j regular 1840 season, which saw the Atliin'a Crackers take the pennant I for the 12th time and put up a ; new target lor ambitious teams In the future. The New Orleans Pelicans, who will open ngninst the Mobile Bears under Alabama lights tonight, have closely pressed Atlanta In the ]>ereimlal fight for the pennant which has flown from Hie center field flagpole at Pelican stadium 10 limes Flnce 1901. when Southern Association play started. Atlanta also shattered league at- :cndance records In 1946, with 395,698 bleachcrltes paying to see the [lag-happy Crackers beat down their opposition. Hurth said that every club in the league passed the 100,000 attendance mark during the regular season last year, .something unprecedented In the history of the association. New Orleans, enjoying Its first full year of postwar baseball, set a new record for Pelican stadj'in with 329.071. Memphis, Nashville and Chattanooga easily passed the 200,000 while tile Mobile, Birmingham and Little Rock clubs had no trouble luring In more than 100,000. Hurth said he could make no pro- Giant Gardener Tigers, Amateur rik a i II v . Baseball Team, to Play Lookouts Sikes Awarded Decision Over Heavyweight Boxer 11- LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April tUP) — Bob Sikes, Llltla heavyweight, today has a llrni grip me B,ythevl,,e Tigers W M-'^Z^^to^'? 1 * ^'rfooLUrh'^u'e'Stlon ^'±1 "*" " u '« *"""' game on the Lookouts diamond ( g|k Wci|fn0 d ]81 i, Bc ilici- 192. Sunday. It was announced today by | The t b u • , d Rcfcl . BC Ftank Ellis, playing manager of the JJmmy Watls '^ (he I|g , u uboul "B*™ 1 , ,, v alike, sikcsl was awarded .seven, The Tigers who witnessed mi un- .,_,.. .... ,1 dcfented season Insi year, have good prospects for 1D41, Manager Ellis stated. Several members of his last year team have reported for berths on this year's stjuacl, lie stated.The Tigers nre sponsored by cards and the rest were called even. Berllcr, a New Orleans lad, was a clever and rugged defensive fighter but slowed down after the fifth round. There were no knockdowns.' Bead Courier,News Want Ads. eight and nine rounds on the three Whitey Lock man, Giants' rookie center-fielder who hit .347 in 32 games in 1045 and in . thcVservice all of last season, figures to get the call over widely publicized rookie Clint Hartung. Lockman is only 20. Traveler Boss Selects Marino to Hurl Opener Meads Clothing Store, i Manager Ellis staled Uiae cither he or Grover Whittle would take the mound for the Tigers with Buri Wilson and Billy Chapman sharing catching duties. Other members Of the squad will be, Billy Mehnrg.- first base: Lcc A. Crowe, second base; Billy Del.onj;; short slop; nan Calilwcll; Ihlrct base .1. I* Johnson, left field; A. C. Bunch, center field; nnil Vic Wilson, right field. . The Ixwkouls are sponsored I>V the Promised Land community and managed by A. C- Duclos. Fritz West, will start on the mound for '.he Lookouts with J. L. O; ley handling the back stop chores. Other members of llic .Lookouts include Hugh West, first base; 1 eou Duclos, second base: Harold West, short stop; Junior Gann or I Paul Woodhouse. third base; John •Duclos. left field; J. W. West, ccn- ', ter field; and H. Mitchell, right Held. Game time has been set at 2:30 p.m. here tonight. Manager Bill Dickey said that If Marino pitches the opener it will be Bll) Evans and Al Plechola for the double bill Sunday. f Here's the batting order for tomorrow's game: Dean Scarborough will lead off and play at third; Bob Mavis, second base; Henry Robinson, centerficld; Ben Caiurell, left; Ncrbert Litzslnger, right; Bill Garbc, first! Fred Hancock, short and Duke Doolittle, | catcher. Tires • Time Gasoline LITTLE" ROCK, Ark., April 11. (UP)—Frank Marino, right-hander, h. slated to take the mound for the Little Hock Tr»v- dfniinuUve.elers when they open their 194V season against the Memphis Chicks BACK ACHE DUE TO KIDNEYS? 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