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April 12, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT BIATHEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1047 Durocher's Post Remains Vacant ' Few Want Boseball Job Which May Last But ' A Single Season NEW YQRK. A'nrll 12. (UP) — By n procissi of ollmiivatiou, Clay Hopper, a •{inlW-niai.merod Mlssls- sippian apiKami to lie the logical choice todav lo succeed Leo Durocher, tlie human storm center, as manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Thnt. the Dodger managerial situation was in a complete muddle was -putting it mildly. No one, it seems, is anxious to inherit a club that many experts think will win tlie National League pennant, and a Job Chat wa? by all odcis (he hish- est paying .managerial post in bnsj;- ball. ' • Principal, reason for the reluctance was that the job was lifcelv.to be for only one season, after which Durocher conceivably will be welcomed back from his one year suspension. It also was made plain that Dodger President Branch RirV-cv will not pay the same high salary to Durocher's successor (Hat he palii Llppy. .Hopper. ..the Morlreal Dodger faith-club mnnaRer. who put aside hU_£pu!hEr'j! leanings to become Jfb. '.\ chainjjion and supporter of his great Negro star,'Jackie Robinson, appears to be the only man Who openly has slated lie would like to haye the job. • "I'd love it," he snlii. "Managing a major league club has been my life's ambition. After all, I've served many years as a minor league manager under Mr. Rickey." • :. Because of the promotion of Rou- ihson^ to toe Dodgers as the 'first Negro player ever to reach the major leagues, it also seemed logical that Hopper might move up with him. A number of the young stars on the Dodgers played under Hopper either at Montreal or nt other way stations In the vast Brooklyn farm system and all of thern like him tremendously. Also strongly in his favor was the. fact that virtually every othei candidate mentioned 'for the pos* hw eJiminated himself..Three-" former top flight major league ma'nagers mentioned for the job, Joe McCarthy, former manager of the 'Yankees; Bill McKecluiie t lasl year's 'pilot of the Cinclnnat Reds and now '<f! Cleveland coach and Bill Terry, retired former pile . of the N ?w York Giants, all lold ; tiie'United-Press that they were no interested. ' Durocher Suspended Travelers Win Opening Game Memphis Chicks Lose 5 to 4 in Game That Goes 13 Innings CurcchcT, Brooklyn Dodgers' innnnnjar, who was suspended from bnscbiill tor u yenr lui-s little to ay to reporters ns Ihey gathered in the Dcxli'.ers' Brooklyn offices filler news vl A. B. (Hap.jy) Ch.-uul- er's suspension order became known. The Uodgi-rs president, nrrinrh Rickey, sits glumly ni right. (t-TEA "eleiilioto.) Two Newcomers on Mat Card For Monday in Legion Arena J?.ck Pappeiiheim, a 106-nonnd grn;:'pler from up Chicago way will nakc his initial npi>earance on Promoter Mike Meroney's v/rcstlinj; show here Monday night al tlie! American L?gimi Arena. Pappenliclm lm s been termed by. (Meroney as a rough and tumolc' grnpplcr har ; | for RIV; opponent tu handle. He is fast, scientific and veteran wrestler. He will team 1 wftli Stocky Kncilsen for the tag ' match whicli will constitute the main event. . Another newjomer will appear on •Moudny night's program. He is Way he M.irtin. n 2^A-?unndcr from' Oklnliomn. The three-time All- Americisn grapplcr from the University of Oklahoma is at present a top contender for the junior hcav}r\veiidit wrestling crown of the jiaiioi:. He will (earn with Chris Belkas as the other half of the BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN (LEAGUE ; W. L. Ing event. These two grapnel's JIKVC iiupca cd in nearby circuits (jul both will foe milking llicir first uj/jtcaruncc In BlyLlicvlllc. Beikns ami KnpH.ien ho\vevcr. are veterans of thn local aienn, having looked at ench olhcr from opposite skk'S of the rinf; many times. Kncilsen, the bL'-xvhiskefed villain with the dolls-r permanent wave. is one of the toushesl grnpplers ever to enter the vmi; here. Belkiis and Murlln should nv.u-.o a good team, tjolh liciny Jast tuv.l very scientific. Helr.:is, the former national Olympic weight liftiu; champion i s one of the favorites of wrestling fans of Blj theville. In the t\vo one-fall preliminary matches, Belkas will meet Pari>?n- heim and Marliji will lake on KiiL'ilsen. Starling time for the fracas is scheduled n,t 8:15 p.m. Vahdy YS. Southwestern NASHVILLE, Tenn., April V. (UP)—Vandcrbilt track le.ini.goes lip against runners Irom Southwestern in Memphis today at Dud- Ycstevday's Results .SOUTHERN LEAGUE Little Rock 5. Memphis 4 (14 in- niiiKS). New Orlcan s at Mctoile, rain. Nashville at Chattanooga, rain. Atlanta nt Birmingham, rain. Today's Games SOUTHERN .LEAGUE Atlanta at Birmingham, nijiht. New Orleans at Mobile, nU;ht. Only games scheduled. University Golf, Tennis Teams in Triangular Meet FAYETTEVILLE. Ark.. April 12. <tJP>—The University or Arkansas golf team .squared off toclnv for a lri,ingular match with Tulsa Uiii- , ., versity and Washington University April showers arc proving to be ; K more or less a new sport to Of St. Louis lh<> biggest lmndlci!.p for the Bly- most, of the candidates reporting Tl\e stvokint; Porkers took Wash- IhevilU; Cturk's track team, torcing for drills. Bynnm's "green" ..inler- inglon i,, tow M to 1'in an 18-hole al is shpptnp np ,prctly nice, match yesterday, with Captain Spring Showers Offer Handicap For Training Chick Track Team Little nock ., New Orleans Mcoile Nathvllle '.' . ChutUinooga Atlanta . ... Birmingham 11 >• UiO SOKOKA (llniltd I'rcss Sports Writer) ATLANTA, On., April 12.—TIlC 1347 Soutlimi Association deuut was all but a bust today as the vwnlicr man inlen'cned with rain, driving six clubs from the playing field. In the lone game played last night Little Hock eked out .1 fl to 4 decision over Memphis in 1'i in- uings tu Blvo Hie Arkansas Travelers an early and undisputed lend in lenune standings. The Chi'.'ks took to the cellar. Tt appeared for a lime (ha', the Little Rock-Memphis gumi also would he called off heeansc o[ pow er failure. Some 7,Hun fans iuclud ilng Gov. Ben Laney Uirnsd out for the: inaugural wjiUing almost mi hour for the lights to u"islilcii the field. The transformer failed again in the third liming throwing tlie field into semi-darkness and hindering' play. Tn Met only four of cl|?h: batteries of lights were in good order during most of the game, which probably accounted for four Little Rtjck errors; two by Mfmpfin players. Little Rock cr.iiio from behiccl to win, lylni! the name with Ihroi inns in the seventh. The fame broke up after midnight, Bob Sc'liullS!. who had started for the Chicks, walked Herbert Litz. Ingor an<l Bill Gnrue. jMannger Doc p _( Prothro yanked Schultz for Les Ed- I wards, whose offering was dropped ^J into right l>y Charlcv Aickl?y, uiz- i inger racing home with the winning " i tally, and Giving Schuli/. his lirst COT: defeat. I The winner was relief pitcher Trine who voiihiccd Prank Mr.rino in the eighth. The Travelers showed balling power, bunging out 10 hits apamit eight for the Chicks. Ki Ki Culver's champion Atlanta Crackers with Charley Tt'ippi ea^cr for his first professional tilt ran into inclement weather at Birmingham, where League President Charlie llurth was scheduled to toss out the lir.st ball. The Barons cancelled tlie finm^ until (onight shortly aft.v Ihe Crackets arrived hy bus. Cuvler 1ms designated southpaw Torrost Thompson to pitch. MnnuB»r Di-k Porter is expected to counter wilh John Meketi who beat the Cnictera three times last year. The other postponed Ramos involved Neu 1 Orleans at Mobilo and Nashville at Chattanooga. Tho Pcl- icnns \vll) play Mobile tonight hue the Tennessee clubs will defer their start until Sunday's twin-bill. High Scfioof Track Stars Compete in Little Rock LITTLE HOOK, Apr. 12.— Fort Smith High School's track team will be on hand here today to defend the conference track title In the Arkansas High school conference track and field nicet. Twelve teams, comprising the largest field In the event's history, have announced entry into the event with las; year's lop teams. Fort Smith, Little Rock and Camden again favored. The Grliiiilcs from Fort Smith osed out the Little Koek Tigers 44-42 last year to become the first team beside Little Rock to claim the championship. Other tcliools to be represented are Russellvillc, smackuvcr. El Dorado. Hope. Pine Bluff. Hot Spring.", Benton, North Little Rock and Malvcrn. R1T7 THEATRE Manila, Ark. 1.000 l.iisl Time Today Whispering Smith Speaks with George ,0'Brien Curtnon and 6'llr Chapter of "Federal Operator 93" Saturday Owl Show "SCARLET CLUE" with Cliaricy Chan Also'Shorts Sunday and Monday tldnclods lo inside work only. Head Courier News Wnnt Ads. ley field here, while Vandy nctmcn meet Western Michigan on the Vandcrbilt courts. Open 6:45 p.m.; Starts 7:15 p.m. Last Time Today "RIDING WEST" with Charlrs Starrctt Serial: "M.iugliler of Don Also Shorts SATURDAY MIDNITF. SHOW Slarls at 10:45 "AVALANCHE" •with ' Bruce Cabot, Helen Mowcry Also Shorts Sunday and Blonday "Mr. ACE" with George R.ift, Sylvia Syihiry .I'aramount News Also Shorls New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERT NIOUT Matinee Saturday & Sunday Box Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Bat-Han. 1 p.m- Cant. Bhowlni Saturday "Stage Coach to Denver" uitli Al;in L.-ine :is Itcd l{>'(lcr Aho Shorts SATURDAY OWI. SHOW "Soul of the Monster" Short Subjects HotTer Lntn. a ninth-grader who mny sep service on the Chl:k sqnixi at Little Hock, fjot off some pretty fail Jumps yeslcrdny considering (hey were al! first year men. J. A. ij'.oytl. H. B. Hodge, Don Bcshnrc, Rny Smith and Larry Williams will, in oil .prp'OFbilHy, com- po.se the weight department of shot put and discus nt the meet. L'oyrt nn,( Hoflgc appear to Iwlcl the inside track, on [he shot with Smith bundling most of the discus \vork. Coach riynurn. who w:is H track star nt RufsellvilU- High School, refused lo make any statement con-crnlnu his team's prospects, lir.piijc only for n fair sliowin? this, the first year. As soon us « .siiil.iblo track can be hntl, Coach Bynnm stated that n threc-\\-;<y meet between. Blylh»- ville. Oscpola, nnd Dell will be lil- lempiod. He said that he was trv- iiig to obtain Walker Park for use as ix track hut the recent Sprin,, . showers has prohibited him from I backs won three sets In singles nnd one in doubles. It was their 15til tennis clev'eat. A Raw-foot hole hns drilled 10 miles from shore been NOW IN STOCK! J SAMUEL F. MORRIS | Printers Stationers | Across From City Hall Arkansas State Planting Seed Grade 'A 1 D. & P. L. No. 14 Treated New Sacks Purity 99.5 Germination 85% LIMITED SUPPLY PER TON ROSELAND GIN CO. Roscland, Ark. "For Work Done Right" CALL Cold Storage for Furs and Woolens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL BARRY FITZGERALD DIANA LYNN SONNY TUFTS. Dick Faiari • Flank McHugS AK.r, J«nlmi - John lil»T Arthur SSi.ld. • Frank Foyl.n KKO News and Shorts bring you doine Get it any -,voik on the trairk in shrps lor the event. Suiulay ami Momliiy 'Angci and the Badmen" A Kcpublic I'icltire ivUh John \V:iym- Selected .Short Sulijccls Golfers Give Exhibition PINF.HUR5T. N. C.. April 'UP) — Jimmy Demnret. nc\vly- rrowncd Masters chnmplon, and Lloyd MaiiRrum. Nntional Open champion, learned yesterday to beat Sammy snead and Bobby Locke. 2 up, in an exhibition Bo'f match. Read Courier News Ads. 2 ', i ' BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION I'HICK ANYWHKHB! Kcserved Scats on Sale at Uic Legion Arena from G p. m. Every Monday ... A ., ,„ !\l)ULT5j 45c — CHILDREN I5c Monday, April 14 (Tax included) . 1!OX SEATS lac EXTRA TAG MATCH Stocky Kneilsen and Jack Pappenheim versus WAYNE MARTIN and CHRIS BELKAS ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30 MINUTE MATCHES Wayne Martin vs. Stocky Kneilsen 2089 £^JU/ ic Old Uel G. O. POET1 •The Old Reliable" four Source ol PETUOLEUM Dep«ndablr .Service PRODUCTS i <>fflce UU "at Cbcrrj I NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I AH debtors to flic estate of Or. C. C. Stevens may pay Lhcir accoimLs nt Iluljbarcl Furniture Company . . , books will be held open there until all accounts arc cleared. 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