The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1949 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1949 4 Missco Track Teams Compete Invitational Meet Opens in Joneiboro On College Campus Tr*ek t*»ms from four Mississippi County high schools Including Ely- thtvlUi High school, were to comp«* this tfternoon with teams from four other ichools in the Northeast Ark»ns»s Invitational track meet -on the Arkansas State Collect oval In Jonesboro. Other. Mississippi County schools •nterini teams in the meet were Dell, Manila and Kelser. They, along with the Blytheville Chicks, will compete with teams from at, least four other Northeast Arkansas •chool*, Pocahontas, Walnut Hidge, Newport and Marianna. These .Khooli have already entered teams ! in the meet and there is a pos- aibllity that other teams were entered thii morning. • Th« Chicks, defending District Three Class A champions, were Immediately listed as favorites to crop the Invitational affair wliicli will be the first and last major affair before the district meets In Jonesboro next week, but the other schools are expected to furnish stiff Amazing Pebs Hand Memphis Sixth Defeat By The Associated Press Strength of the Hinaxlng Little Rock Travelers, now rolhiiR along at the top of the Southern Association with six victories in R.S many ti'lesj will undergo a new test this weekend. The hot Rocks will open a four- game series with the second-place Pelicans at New Orleans tonight. While the Travelers licked Memphis for the sixtli .straight time 7-3, last night, New Orleans came to life for a pair of wins over Mobile, 6-4 and 10-4. Memphis squeezed its three runs out of nine hits oft Milo Johnson Little Rock eighth under, who registered .his second victory of the year. The Travs stretched ten hlti oft four Memphis twirlers into seven markers. Johnny Grlce crackcc his .second home run of the year fo: the Rocks in the eighth inning. At New Orleans Jim Atkins kep (he Bears well under control during most of the second game. The got a run In the second with a twr base hit by Mel Rue and a singl by George McDonnld. They addec another In DIP third and two in ill fifth—then rammed across six In snrance runs in the seventh. New Orle.ms won tlie first grim In Ihp fo;u;!i inning, scoring nv runs. Two of Mobile's runs came o a homer ny Fred Leonard youn outfielder. HOW THEY STAND competition. The Chicks were listed us favorites mainly because they hold the district A title »nd too because all members of the 1948 Blylheville Junior High School team won tlie state championship, are now members of the senior squad. : Chick* Depend on Kunners The Chicks will depend mainly on the runs and dashes to garner enough points to take the meet. .They will have entries In only three field events, shot, broad jump and high jump with J. A. Lloyd, Jim Berry And Buddy Donner competing in the shot and Charles "Ruff" Lutes handling the jumping. In the dashes, Lutes, John Hutcherson »nd Marvin Hall will curry the blunt of the load, each competing in the 100 and 220-yard distances. Other dashmen are Roger Lum. J. A. Lloyd and Bobby O'Neal In the 100-yard dash, and Bonnie Gentry in 220. The Chicks will try to qualify four distances runners with J. C. Drokc »nd Carl Bean competing In the {40-yard run and Jim Berry and Buddy Donner hi Ihe half-mile. Coach Mosley will enter two relny teams, on in 440-yard relay and one In the 880. Members of the 440 team will be Lum. Lloyd, O'Neal and Lutes with Hulcherson and Hull j t.itlle Rock 6 teaming with Lum and Lutes in the Ncw Orleans 4 ISO event. Time trials In this afternoon's NATIONAL I.KAGUK W. L. Cincinnati 2 0 Boston 3 1 Brooklyn " 1 Chicago 2 I New York ! 2 Pittsburgh 1 2 Philadelphia 1 3 St. Louis 0 2 AMKItlCAN l.KAGUK W. L. New Yolk v 0 Cleveland 2 1 Detroit . 2 1 Philadelphia 2 2 Chicago 1 2 Boston 1 2 Si. l-ouls 1 2 Washington 1 3 Winning Ways Reds Turn on Power to Blank Cards 5-0; Parnell Stops A's inc. record of 13 feet 3 \t inches. Sports Roundup Huih t'ullertoo Jr. SOUTHERN • 1 . Birmingham Atlanta meet were scheduled to be held I N RS hvillc nt 1 o'clock with the meet proper to start Immediately after. The Chick* left for Jonesboro in private cars this morning. Challanooga Mobile . Memphis . . .000 Twelve 'Y' Ball Teams To See Action Tomorrow Baseball and Softball games in three "Y" leagues are scheduled for tomorrow miming. Softball Barnes in the hoys Grammar school league and the girls Grammar school loop play their games at Walnut and Division Streets while the Junior High baseball league plays at Walker Park. The jchedules: Junior Hifh Baseball »:00 a.m.: Reds vs. Boll Weevils 10:30 a.m.: Wildcats vs. Cardinals. BOT* Grammar School Softball (:15 t.m.: Yarbro vs. Lange lft:30 a.m.: Central vs. Sudbnry, Glr!« Grammar School Softball (:15 K.m.: sudbury vs. Central 10:30 ajm.: Yarbro vs. Lange. Number Nine Ball Club To flay Tennesseeans Number Nine's independent tean will open its home season Sunda> afternoon against the fast Hiplej Tenn., club. The game is set fo S:«. Groyr Whittle is slated to to the slab for the Niners with Henr Lute* doing the receiving. In thci last outing the Niners battled th strong Stanley, Mo., club to a 1; inning 3-3 tie. Read rviurler News Want Ads Yesterday's Results AMEUICAN LEAGUE New York 2, Washington 1. Boston 4, Philadelphia 0. Cleveland 8. St. Louis 2. Chicago 5, Detroit 2. NATIONAL I.KAGtJE New York 4, Brooklyn I. Cincinnati 5. St. Louis 0. Chicago 4, Pittsburgh 3. Only games scheduled. NEW YORK, April 22—</!')—"I wns in England with two fighters," said Hny Arcel. "One was 21 yeais old and the other wns 27. But mentally the 27-ycnr-old Is only 21 and the other Is 27." . . . Arcel, one of the cnnnlcst trainers in Hie business wns referring to Tony Janiro and Tommy Ynrcuz and the main difference, he explained is that Yavos/ is a guy who likes to fight and to train while Jnniro just look.s on boxing as a way of making money . . . "Yon never have to worry about a boy like Yarosz." Ray continued. "He's loke the old timers who fought because they liked to fight and who never had to go to the gym because they were alwtyj fighting. The average fighter noiva days is too ln/.y to train the WRJ he should. . . Tommy is going I be the fighter of the year—you wai and see. And to think that a yea ago he was discouraged and read j to retire." Today's duett Star Ralph Wnrner. Bradenton. Fla Herald: "Selecting baseball pennai winners has one big advantage ove other sporU prognostications, football you can nominate the win ning team Friday and be a bu Saturday night. H takes five months to reach the hum status on » season-long diamond pick." lytheville, Jonesboro \igh School Golf Teams Arrange Special Tourney A l-rlo ol Blytheville. High School olfers will go to Jonesboro to- norow for a dual meet with a onesbcro High School team, Coach amcs Fisher said today. Composing the Blytheville team .•ill be E. B. Gee, Jr., Jack Elliott nd Frr.nk Wagner. They will re- iresen* Blytheville High School in hf'.staie high school mtet in Little Rock m-xt month. Tomorrow's match will be the ir.st inter-school competition for he Blythr.ville team. Jonesboro will play a return match here at a later ato. ng the winter and he asked me r.o ay hello when I saw you." . . Red beamed and replied: "Thanks, and when you see him, give him my scst.". . . Just then an unidentified voice boomed out of the darkness: "And just how good Is your best?" By Jack Hand (Associated Presv Sports Writer) Attention, Happy Chandler, Korne)Ody Ls tampering with the big lea- ;ue standings. Cincinnati, doomed by the experts to finish In the cellar, Ls the only inbeaten team In the National league. The poor, old beat-up New York Yankees, supposedly hobbled by the loss of Joe DiMaggio and others, are out in front in the American League. Eddie Dyer's St. Louis Cardinals still haven't won a game, and the powerhouse Boston Red Sox had to resort to bases on balls to break into the victory column. Bucky Walters, starting his first full year as Cincinnati manager, followed the old custom of pitching lefthanders against the Cardinals A.s usual, it worked. Following up Kenny Raffcnsber- gcr's opening day performance, Walters called on another lefty, John Vander Meer, yesterday. The 33-year-old veteran responded with a five-hit shutout, 5-0. Vandy, a 17-gnnie winner last year, retired the last 11 batters in order to top Howie Pollet. Yanks Trip Nats, Z-l The power the Reds arc not supposed to have, won for them. Hank Sauer end Jimmy Bloodworth hit homers, each with a man on base, to ruin Follet's first start. The Yankees replacements came through to give Manager Casey Stengel a third straight victory over Washington, 2-1. Johnny Lindell, playing in DiMaggio's old spot in centerfielri, started the wtnnins rally against Forest Thompson with a single in the last of the ninth. After an error. Hank Bauer. Charley Keller's sub In left field, came through with a game-ending double. Cleveland warmed up for its home opener ni^ninst Detroit today by ilumiping' St. Louis, 8-2. with the help of homers by Larry Doby and Joe Gordon. Purncll Beats Maicliildon The Boston Red Sox untrackcd themselves to .salvage the (inale of their series with the Philadelphia A's, 4-0 It was a scoreless battle between Phil Maicliildon and Mel Parnr!l_until Ihe ninth. Two walks with the bases loaded and a slnpls by Parnell gave the Sox their mar- Jud.son. I.eo Durochcr's New York Giants slugscrn finally hit their home run stride to ruin tlie Brooklyn Dodgers' Preacher Roe, 4-1. Homers by Sid Gordon and Mickey Livingston, each with a man on, accounted for all' runs with Clint i Floppy) Har- luiiE turning In a neat four-hit job. Bob Schtffing hit a two-run homer in lb<> eighth for Chicago's 4-3 edge over Pittsburgh. Emil Kusli, who cr.me on after Walter Dirbiel left for r. pinch hitter, was the winner over Bob Muncrief, making his first start as a Pirate after his purchase from Cleveland. The Boston Braves and Phillies were not scheduled. Tigers at Armorel To Meet Dyersburg Ti>e Armorel Tigers will open their 1349 sea.wn Sunday afternoon with the Dycrsburs independents at the Armorel Park, The yame is set. for 2:30. Bissau, a newcomer. Ls scheduled for the hill work for the Tigers with J. L. Johnson to serve as battery mate. Read Courici News Want Ads Chicago finally stopped Johnny Groth's home run splurge, trimming Detroit, 5-2. The White Sox pitcher; "held" Gtolh to one single in LV.O official as bats. He also walked once and was hit by Howie THEATER LEACHVI LLE , ARKANSAS. STAIIT1NG TIME Weekdays: 7:1)0 A 0:00 P. M. Saturday A Sunday: 1 ''• M. With Cnlltiiuicms Showing Tennis Courts Prepared for Busy Season The Blytheville "Y" tennis courts at Walker Park are being prepared for play and will be available im- mediatnly, although improvements will be continued for some time. Operation oi the courLs will be on a somewhat different basis this year, with special Instruction periods under sble leadership. High school and Junior High players are being scheduled for the early afternoon periods with the late afternoon being reserved for adults. Trc following schedule will prevail until June or until adjustments are dpfnned essential. Such a schedule Is expected to assure use of the courts by a maximum number of players of all ages. The Proposed Schedule: 3.30 to 5 p.m. 5 p.m. till dark .limior High High School All students Junior High High School Until 1 p.m. 1-3 p.'« student Instruction 3 p.m. until ritrk. Adults. Sunday—(OPEN). Instruction is to be handled by a corns ol volunteer instructors, including Charles Springsteen. J. L. Thompson and Ted Fisher. Additional instruction periods will be schedii'ed as leaders arc secured. It has been suggested by local tennis enthusiasts that teams of both Juniors and Senior.s be formed to meet teams from neighboring towns and communities. The instruction \\ill look forward formation of such teams. There will be no dispute with the telephone bill when a new automatic accounting system, which records all essential data for billing, comes Into genera) use. It notes down the number of the sending phone, the receiving phone, and the length of the conversation^ Mon. Tiies Wed. Thur. Pri. Sat. Adults Adults Adults Adults Adults Student Play; Dial 4261 Opens 0:45—Starts 7:15 Friday & Saturday "Sage Brush Trail' John Wayne Strrial: Chapter 6 of "REX & RINTY" Friday PAL NIGHT •I for tlic Price of 1 SATURDAY M1DNITE SHOW Starts 10:45 p.m. "THE GENTLEMAN FROM NOWHERE" Warner Baxter Kay Baker Also Shorts Metal films, so tiny thai they can be used as supporting membranes for electron microscopic studies without showing visible structures, are made by an improved process. Sunday & Monday "DARK PASSAGE" Humphrey Rogart, Lauren Bacall Bruce Bennett Warner News & Shorts Monday: Shorts & Serial, Chapter 9'of "BRUCE GENTRY" "MAN OF EVIL" with .lames Mason anil Phyllis Calvert Also Short Subject SOUTHERN LEAGUE New Orleans 6-1(1. Mobile 4-4. Little Rock 7, Memphis 3. Other games postponed. Today's Games AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Boston. Philadelphia at Washington, night Detroit at Cleveland. St. Louis at Chicago. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston at New York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. Chicago at St. Lxnits. Onr-Minute Sport* Page Larry Carpenter, Lelllgh U. soph- nore. pitches for the baseball team id plays on the varsity golf team, e'll have only four schedule con- lets between 19 ball games and 14 olf matches. . . One of Bobby odd's Georgia Tech football can- tdatcs, Billy Harkness. Is the son ol man who coached Dodd at Tcn- essce. . . The Athletics says they'll efuse admission to Shibe Park to nyone who pays more than the stablished price for his ticket. There was * time when they'd carl guy off to the nut factory if they ound he'd done that. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night Games. Memphis at Mobile. Chattanooga at Atlanta. Nashville at Birmingham. Little Rock at New Orleans. Th* bark of certain willow shrub Ls the source of salicin. used In th treatment of rheumatism. Plan To Attend The Thrilling AIR SHOW :v NOTICE, MEN! I have moved my shop to the Lost Boy Barber Shop on Highway 18. I invite all my old customers to call on me at this new address. HAIRCUTS 50< Burl Davidson Saturday (DOUBLE FEATURE) "R1MFIRE" slurring Mary Beth Hughes, Reed Hartley, and Fu7£V Knight RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. "BILL & COO" with George Burton's Birds Serial: "Jungle Girl" Also Shorts Snlurtlay Lale Show "SPEED TO SPARE" with Richard Arlen and Jean Rogers Also Short Subjects Friday and Saturday "OUTLAW COUNTRY" with Lash LaRue and Fuzxy St. John Cartonri & 4th Chapter of "Lost Jungle" BLVTHEVILLES ONLY ALL wmTJEJiVEATRE Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: Cnntinuou showing from 1:00 p.m. Saturday Nile Owl Show "NEWS HOUNDS" SAT. MTE OWL SHOW with Leo Gorcey and the Bowery Boys Also Cartoon Stmday, Monday & Tuesday Friday & Salurday (DOUBLE FEATURE) "TRAIL DUST" with William Buyd as "Hopalong Cassiuy" and George "Gabby" Hayei Sunday and Munday "TARZAN'S MAGIC FOUNTAIN" with Lex Barker and Brenda Joyce Xcivs. Cartoon & Short Shadow of DouM Before one of the Yankee-Tiger xhibilion games in Florida this prlus. Umpire Red Jones was pass- ng the time of day with some Yankee players, half-hidden in the shadows of the dugout. . . One Yank •emarked: "I saw Alley Donald dur- Sunday, May 1st Blytheville Air Base ILYTHIVILLi FRIVATl FLYERS ASS'N. Air •••• niylhevill* 3 DAY SPECIAL! SAMUEL GOLDWYN HEATRE OSCEOL 'OUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Office Opens »l 1 Vftrk Matinee Saturday * Sunday at 1 p.m. with continuous showing. Friday & Saturday "LAW OF THE LASH" I,ash I,«Rur Tatty St. John Serial: Chapter 3 ot "REX ASH RINTY" SATURDAY MIHNITF. SHOW Slarti 10:45 p.m. "IN THIS CORNER" Scott Br»dy Ambel Shaw Also Short* Sunday & Monday 'UNKNOWN ISLAND" (IN C1NECOI.OR) Vlr«lnl» Grey, Philip Reed, Burton McLane Alto .Short* Complete Wash, Grease and Oil Change On Friday. Saturday, and Monday you ran lake advantacc of this special offer. We'll Rivr your car a complete grease job. change the oil (choose 5 quarts of your favorite brand), and nivc thn car a thor- outh. sparkling wash Job for only S3.M. For convenience, you may brim your car down at nifeht. $O29 3 Blytheville Motor Co. Open 24 Hours Daily Broadway and Chickasawba Phone 4422 PAVID N1VEN TURKS A WRIGHT EVELYN KEYES KARI.EY GRANGER rleaMtd bu KKO Radio Piclurn. Mo. Warner News & Short "LAND RUSH" with Charles Starrett and Smiley Buruette Serial: "Chick Carter, Detective," No. 10 Also Cartoon SAT. OWL SHOW AT It P.M. "RAMROD" with .Toel McCrea Veronica Lake and Donald Crisp Serial "Jesse James Rides Again* Chapter 7 Also Cartoon Sunday & Monday (DOUBLE FEATURE) "TARZAN'S NEW YORK ADVENTURE" ^ with Johnny Wcissmullcr iVIaureen O*Sulliv:in and John Sheffield "THE TROUBLE WITH WOMEN" with Ray Milland, Teresa Wright and Brian Donlevy Also Cartoon and Late World News NEW Box Opens W«veli Days 7:0(1 p.m. .Matinee Saturday & Sunday at.-Sun. 1 p.m. ConL Showing Manila, Ark. Shows EVERY NIGHT Friday "They Drive by Night" with Kmlyn Willkims Also Short Saturday "Fighting Mustangs' with Carson Also Short Saturday Late Show 'AMAZON QUEST" with Cary Grant and Mary Brian Also Short Sunday & Monday 'THE RED PONY' with Robert Mitchum Also Shorts D.P.L. No. 15 I* COTTON SEED ttclintcd. Treated And Sacked 85% Germination 1 Year from Station A TON OR A CARLOAD Also Good ALFALFA HAY For Sale Magers & Gill II. Ark. Phone

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