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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 25, 1949
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EIGHT BI.YTUEVIU.E (AUK.) COUTUER NEWS Holland Hurls Two-Hit Ball As Cotton Pickers Trip Marked Tree 15-0 Monli'oe Holland. tlie Hlylhcvillr Cutton Pickers' \>\K righthander, hurled two-hit shmoiiL ball yeMcnljty as tin- Pickers blanked the Marked Trot- Junior I.CKi'in nine tr>-0 in a Fifth District League game |>l;iyed at Walker Park. The victory was tlie second this .season for the Pickers over .Marked Tree and it was their second in u i-ow since snapping a losing .streak wilh a il-1 win over Osceola July 17. The Pickers rallied behind H.i]-+ 1 land \vith near J)ei(e[t barking cle- sp'tc hi.s periodic splurut's of \nlci- HPRS. Holland .si ruck inn 15 Marked Tree batters lm walked 10. In addition to his l>i iUinnl mound [H'l'ftn matK-c, Hullumi also aided his own cause ;U ihe plait hammering out three hU.s in five ; times at bat. Sonny Sliros led rhe[ Pickers' 16-hU A Hack \viih lour I hits in five times at hat niid Ted | Vance got three for .six. i Kelly a ml Rooney #ni Murkod 1 Tree's only uvo liit.«. both Elukc j shifilps. Ki-azer went all the way . (or Marked Tree. i Lvixova's RtxlKer* - l.ynrh Post nine was ihe viciii of a cme-hiircr ' yesterday as Memphis' Filar* hum- ' Stevens entry took a dnrhle victory ; by the humiliating scores of l>:j-2 . j ic .| t . dnniii/. thr Naiiojutl A.-*ocin- and 21-0 at Mpmpliiv I ' J(1J i <»r Cnl!c-«iatc CYmmi.ssirineiV In the " nightcap, Jerry Alsup . loui-day niti-itna. which, opens to- carved the one- 1 ' it masterpiece lor | d;i>. the Memphis team fanning Iivi> nnrt; Thllt j,,,^, i niju(ie . s 10 {>i thtf wAlkiiiR one. U wu.< Ihe first no- \ IKt;km -_ s m;)kn . coljeyif . llh l*tic con- hitter longed in league competition. = Ie]vn<:fts t j i; ;, „„„,,,,, fMO] . e Commissioners To Discuss Code NCAA's Eligibility Laws to be Aired At- Annual Meeting NEW CASTLK. N.H., July 25. j 'AP' — Tiie highly romj'oversial ' .-amty <«ic. r.sppdally it.s .sections | relating u> the eligibility ol inter- ; c:nl!e<-.!:ui' tomball phivt'r.x i* ox- ])t':-U>d -o rt'if-ive rnaikrd altcnnon . TAKE-OFF TIME--Kiiowin K what's best, sea K ull m; ,kos ^ flv.n,- •i-liewt *>• lorst-s t;ike wale, jujnp in ihe Kinpn-c Slccplei-has'e ai KUorshc Il.icelrack jn Ain-k];md. New Zealand. MONDAY, JULY 25, 1949 Cardinals Take Third In Row from Dodgers To Gain League Lead By Jor Keiihler Assoi-ijled Press Sport* \Yrilci !f yon value your lilc don't rtiire mention to a lirooklyn rooter that Stan Musial is havijij^ an off year. Should you be lucky enough to be conscious when he s ets tnrouKh ivilh you, he'll painstakingly prove thnl the only reason the St. I/jius Cardinals are in first place today is that they own title l» Stan (The + Mixn> Mtisial. Earle Cards Defeat Tigers Of Armorel 87 HOW THEY STAND The victories were N'o. 11 anci No ' iiiMitim.m.s of learning 12 for Blackbnrn-Slevens against I ij<ms of the t-oiinii-y. nn defeats OAceote Rot five-hn Tonnny Spier, who A . helped his j SscSla >","[ 1GO n nil sec- ' York. nl i in - -» S >- i( le over the s^.on, day. i '" iinc-iul;i)icc will Ijc tin- nal ion- Spiers collccletl a .sitifile. double al sroiin's .secn'Uii y-ueasuicr, and triple in Ills five times at h:it I Rea«-s E PHpr.;, Hig Seven St. !jiu^ .. Brooklyn . . . Boston 1'hlliuK'ljililii Ne«- Vnik I'Ul^buisli . Cim-mnnu . . CiiuaKO .... Cleveland ... Hi.Mon . Philudeliihia I x-tiou ... Chicago 1.KACIIK W L — si :te Pet .MO Barons Sweep Double Bill; Chicks Win 2 W 44 .5±> . Ity Tin' Assneiatn! I'r ess 47 44 ..ill) The Birmingham Jiarrms swept a 44 44 .500 double bill wilh the Chattanooga 4:! 4li M't Lookouts Simitav l-o ami 7-3 to 36 5:i .404 mill within t«-o and a half eaines 35 57 .380 of place in the Southern Osceola raked Manila pilchme for a total of 15 hits. Dnnalrl Watson. Osceoln ccnlrr fielder, banged out a H5(l-foot homer for his only hit of the day. Harrison, who took over at shorlslop for ShancvfcH. collected three safeties in five trips. Box scores: HlvihfTill* 15. Marked Tree 0 Marked Trw AB R H Brirtser cf 4 0 0 Phillips ss 3 0 0 Hulcy 3b 4 0 0 Spurlock Ib 4 0 0 JCfllV If ...4 0 1 White 2b 3 0 0 Hooner c 3 0 1 Prince rf 2 0 0 Frazer p .3 0 0 Totals Rlvthpvillc Vance ss Stires 2b .. Dvlclos Ib Hav cf O'Neal 3b Hals'cl! it Bunch rf Hcmoer cf Callis If Blateher c M. Hay e . Holland p 30 0 AH K . . 6 3 .. G 3 .. 5 .. 4 . 4 .. 0 . 2 .. 2 1 0 4 2 5 3 Totals 42 15 Osrrola 15 Manila I Oscrola AB K Hill 2b 5 2 Weinberg Ib 5 2 Smers p 5 3 Watson cf 4 2 Stevens If 5 1 Weathers 3b 5 1 Harrison ss 5 2 Haskett c ;t i J.anystnn rf Simmons rf Totals • Manila T. Gilpalrii-k 3b Ketchllm Ib Sparks ss Poe c P. Ciilpatrick cf Ashabranncr rf . Brrttherton 11 ... Smith if H->rner p Tipton p Totals 40 15 AH K . •! 1 0 I! 0 0 0 0 n o ami commi.uloiiFi-ii Ai - j thin K. Eilers of the Missmni Val- j ley Confer* nee, Arthur R. Hnlchins ' of the Southern Conference, Emil E. Larson ol Ihe Hunter Conference. Be'nie Moore iitxi George Gardner of the Southeii.slei n Conference. E. lj Romney of the Munmum Htate.s Conference Victor o. Schmidt of tin- P •'. c i I I c Const Conference. James H. Stewart of the Southwest Conference, put Kenneth L. Wil- .soii of tile Western Conference. All phase.' of polic.le.', .-,nd problems in every form of intercollegiate Mjorl.s will be studied (UintiK j the .sessions. The [;ronp also will j delve into tlie niechrinic.s of offi- I elating in all of the major athletic | competitions. Italian Strong Man to Perform In Wrestle Arena Four liravywelelits. all vetern...- «f the Rlythefille tint, hin-e been imoked by Promoter Mike Meroney I for action in Ihe American I.rpion'sj weekly \vre.s!lin^ bouts at Memorial' Amlilm inm tonitrht. Teaming in the tup match main event tonight will be Frank Mir- ronl the Italian strone nutn. and Flyod iReil> Hyrd anainst Eddie ifrishl Malone and Jack Blown, field. The- two teams win ftur eatli other in the ftO-minrte rime limit best two of three falls la» mat.-h feaune bout after pnirinc off in rivo one-tiill piThmin:iry bnun liiat will ronipleh- trniiijht's card. Makinu his first iiopeainiire here in nearly a yeai Marconi, who is lated by many as one of the -.tiotiH- fst wresllers in Ihe lm«ine.-s Be- sirtes ins nncanny streilRih Marroni is also a top drawer srjenii- fic Kra]jpler well -schooled In the art of .-elf defense. Mnlonr. Rloomfielci and Byrd have all appeared heir recentlv. Malone iiiiirle his roliirn in the BlythevlUe ring two weeks ayo after several year's absence when he iier- foiinnii in a special tmracimn bom with Lester Welch's wrestlini; brar Iti tile two one-fall preliminary burls Marconi will mccl Malone. and Bloomfield will Hyicl I.I:.U;I;K w i. .... 57 32 53 36 40 41 ... 4U 43 ,... 48 44 34 53 31 59 lioljilc I.itllc Hilrk Mfiilphis . SOIJTIIKKN I.KACHF. W L 60 38 55 38 52 45 48 W 46 46 42 52 39 52 (VI .1)1(1 -nllli .544 .533 Pet .1)12 .591 .5:10 516 .500 .447 .4 IS .386 Yesterdays Results NATIONAL l.rACIIG Chi<at;(j 5-0. New York 3-1. CiHciiuiiiii H)-4. I'Hilaitelpliia 1-3. PittslMtrall 4-7. Boston 3-6. Si. Louis H. Brooklyn !. A.MKKICAN I.KAOUK New V(jik G, Deti'Oit 3 ill inn- ]tl5;s >. Clfieland 7-5. Washington 5-2. Philadelphia 1-6. Clltcngo 2-4. Boston fl-S. St. Louis 0-4. SOUTHKISN ASSOCIATION' Memphis 3-5. Mobile 2-3. N'ashville 24. Atlanta 3-0. Birmingham 1-0. Chattanooga o-:t. New Orleans 7-8. Little Rock G-4. 1 At tlie loji of the heap the Nashville Vols divided a [Win-bill with Atlanta, coming back to blank ' ihe Crackers in.the nightcap 4| HI 0. alter losing the first ?ame :t to 2. N'ew Orleans beat the Little Rock , Travelers 7 to fi nnd 8 to 4. i The Memphis Chicks drew farther ! away from the loop basement wilh • a double victory over Mobile's Hears Wllhrrt Nixon twirled a brilliant Iwo-hitter an d Ra | ph Atkins came through with a home run in the [irsi Inning to assure the Barons •>f l heir first win. •1'ockie Gilbert clouted a fonr- bamjer to account for Nashville's four runs in the sixth inning of rhe nightcap at Atlanta, j Two linrlers were used by New I Orleans in both o am( , s wj ; h t))c iTravs. Hoe Krakausas received credit for the first triumph replacing suiter Francis Barreti in the fifth. Barrclt yielded eight safeties for frie Tray tallies. In the nightcap Lenny Vochin • icheverl wild Pete Modiea in the . fourth and blanked the Rocks the t rest of the way. Wehrle Victorious \V is I fnl? MOSCOW I.M'I-A Hn.^i.,ii wnt- ' •r. visitiii'.-. i'iitis. snys he i'ini rcc- •L:rii7e an American at once j 'Thev si; ^t their e;<lc t.iblr.-." ' "'"e i^Hh, in 1/vt.sU.i, -in He beat Ihe home dubs Jimniv ' '""''''' '*•" ariiliide.s. ahnivi Wiiienbers 3 ami 2. in the Ii "' 1 '' t '' 1 ' 1 '"> "'e table, in .Mcurd- match. anie \vnli their habil 'I'liev lonk ; • -ner lilt-, w.nncn pn^.silK bv as a i ii<t-,.M' di-ajfi khik.s c»ver IIOI.M'.-. F.\-__* d _ Col ™ r fjp<vs w «"l A<ls icrytlilim is permUsible for them" j MEMPHIS. July 25 fAP'i—Wll- ford Wclirlr of ix>ui<villi> vv on the Cnlonia! Invitational Golf Tourna- vestcrday BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LIMVKS'I ADMISSION I'KIC'K AN V \YH ICItK! Keser\ed Stats on Siile a I Ihe Legion Arena ft nm 6 \t.m Kvery Monday Monday, July 25 ADULTS Sllc — CHII.DKKN 15c New Starling Time 8:15 IJO>; SKATS 1 Sc KXTKA ^ ri'ai (nrhn'prt) TAG MATCH FRANK MARCONI & FLOYD "Red" BYRD versus EDDIE MALONE & JACK BLOOMFIELD Also Two 1-Fall 30-Minute Matches Marconi y«. Malone Bloomfield vs. Byrd The Earlc Cardinals came from behind in the ninth inning to nip the Armorel Tigers 8-7 in a same played at Armorct Park yesterday afternoon A single, a triple and a passed ball in quick succession g;we the Cards the tying and winninc runs in the last inning after the Tigers had come front behind in the eighth to lake a 7-6 lead. Hill Hclford. a righthander, went the route for ihe Red Birds to out pitch Joe Young. Jerry Dean who worked most of the way (or the Tigers. Young started on the hill for the Bengals but wa pulled in the third after a five-run rally. Dean look over there aud worked until the ninlh when Frank Ellis stepped in to check the Birds' late rally at two runs. Earte s eighth hits were .scattered evenly among eight players while firsthascjnan Leon Ashby and Mickey Arm.nrong each got two hits to lead Armorpl. Box .score. Earle Sntton ss Hendrix If Wasnicr cf LiUlejohn 2b Pitts :tb Humphries Ib Rena rf Brawjifr c Bclford p . him Orartuales at 83 [ LUBLIN. Poland (API—It took loi'.p lime. but. he finally } made ,he grade. StanLslaw Wronski Totals H3. has just receiver! his diploma a. a veterinary doctor. Totals Armorel Workman ab Long 3b , Hoi ton ss Ashby Ib Wilson c-rf Pierce If Little rf Dean p Kllis p Armstrong rf Yomig p-rf-c All 4 4 5 4 4 4 5 '2 ..4 .IS AB -! .5 5 5 .3 3 0 3 0 4 4 K 8 R II play Dyc-rsburg in Dycr.sburg. Box score: loclay's Gnines AMi:itif.\N i.i:.\t;i!F Clevei.ind at New Yink. nmlu. Only game scheduled. NATIONAL I.I;.U;UK St. l.onis at Brooklyn. Onl\- game scheduled. SOI'TIIKKN I.KAIH1K Mcni|>!ii.s at Mol)ile i2.. Nashville at Atlanta ilti. Little RiK-k ai N'ew Orleans. Clnuiisnooga at Binninghain. Miners Gain 7-6 Decision Over Missouri Team I'ho N'nmbei Nine .\inovs -d the Citnhvcll. Mo.. Independent V-ii ycs-ei-clny nrtrriicxin behind the '•i'jiit-Iiii nit riling of nuhi '.nimirr firjver Win t tie. The ynme •-vn.s nlnyetl ;n Numln-r Nine. ?OI:MV LiHltjftU.i. NiHer c\itchr-r •>iiiiued our UHTO liil.s in four time* .1! b;i 1 tit'.^Kte un uijiif('<! r\nklr He ••wE.Mcd :oi nnklf- while -slidini! into :hnci b.-si' in the early inniiis.s and vcqiiii L'cJ a courtesy runner each imc lie uo! on ba^e. Kvans .ststrtofl on tlu % inoiitid feu C;u duel! but n erf led help from Oieen Viurjhn le<! Carclwell^ h;T- 'ni« \vilh three liit.s in live trips to i lie plate. Fruiny tii^ht the \i:u-i > 20 to Hid»!"v. Tenn,. to itu'ot the Ho:M>in. Tenn.. nine Sundnv >R R II * 2 3 3 0 o n j Vnuenil .^s i 'T'hoinpsnn l!b i Strader ]J Packer Ib 4 ' r''Hik 3K 4 , Oiprn ] f-p 3 o i A.s'iton c 3 2 Holder cf 2 0 0 Kvuri.s |j 2 0 0 Rv«rs rf i o o I 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 T.)tals N'lirnlicr Nine G. Bunrh M Rogers 21i Pii7h rl H. B;ii'^cr Ib :.-.i'cs If Fisher 3b Lcdbettor c Hollino.-worth cf .... Whittle p 32 6 8 AB n it i n . 4 1 3 4 0 0 34 7 H David Acres Nine Trips Yarbro 7-0 in Y League Play TM "Y" Park League samps playod Snmrdny morning, the undefeated David Acres team pinned a 7-0 "hutrnu on (heir toughest rivals. the Yarbro nine, while the Liltlc Park club \vrus absorbing a 12-3 rl rubbing at the bands of Promised Land at Little Park. Wayne Hnrntiiun limited the Yar- bn> hi ttrrs t o t wo sa fet ic.s a tut smirk out II. The Miiiner.s had rheir bis; inniiiK in the third when tliry counted four runs. Two in the filth and one in the sixth complet- rci the scoring. Bobby Smith started "n the hill for Yarbro but s«vp ivny 'n Wheeler Gracy in the third. F'nor.s at crucial nimnrnts helped •ink the Liftle Park team a.s Jrtnics HprfE-c pitched shutout ball for Pi ornised La nrt until the sixth ivhpLi Rniph Snyder's triple with the bases londed scored tlie only You may arfjiip that Muslal, hit- tinfj only" .20!), is far b'.'low his normal batting nait. The Brooklyn fan will counter v\itli a blmv-by- blow descripiion of Mnsktl's aiie- nian wreckage of Dodger pitclnng this yertr. He'll first pnini out thut Stan was the bi« yun in ihe Cards' 14-1 blftsuiiK "f the ledgers yesterday svhU'li shot them into the league lend by a half game over the Brooks, in that Kiune, Musial completed a batting cycle—a single, (jotible. tiiple and home run. j He also baited in four runs. j But the fan won't Mop there Hell j show you where Musin) has been j Uie ringleader in nearly all ol the nine games the Cards have won from Brooklyn thl.s year. He'll re- coniu from painful memory the 1>4 hit* in 53 limes at bat that Musia! has collected against Dodder pitching, which adds up to a .453 batting mark. AI Kbbets Held, his average i is a coo| .533. j Polli'l Wins No. 13 I Evry regular except eatclier Joe 1 Garagioln iiit safely yo.sterdav as j the Cards collected "iG hits against j Don New-combe. Pnul Mmner and | Carl Er.skine. Neweombe failed to f retire a man as the Cards ganged j up on him and his successor for i four runs in the- first inning. In | the meantime Howie Pollct bree/.ed to his 13th. victory. The New York Yankees rallied giimcly to conifc from behind and I defeat the Deiroit Tisier.s, 6-1. in 11 inning.s. As a result of Cleve• land's 7-5 and 4-'2 sweep of a I rioublelicader f'.ojn Washington only • ;i half same was cut from the Yan! kees' margin, which is now four ! gam PS. | Cleveland's Bob Lemon relied tip' on his bat to re^i-uer his ICth vic- • torv neainst four losses. The Inclmn I riuhthnndcr belted two homers in rhp opener. baseman Mickey Vernou wiiJ? the Tribe's big gun in the nifihtcnp with two homers. The thii d place Boston Red Sox dropped eisht and a half lengths off the pace, dividing a drnible- L iuader with the St. Louis Browns- The Browns ekeci out a 918 victory in the oponer. jack Kramer gained his first victory of The year as the Red Sox won ihe s ec o nrt 8- 4. A's Win Two Philadelphia Athletics swept a fA in bill from the Chicago White • Six. 7-2 and 6-4 for Uieir fourth and [iftb victories in their lasi 11 ; Pittsburgh game from behind j twice to sweep a doubleheadei from j the Boston Braves. 4-3 and 7-6- The ] Pirates swotted the Braves a 3-0 | lead in the first inning of the j opener, but caimht up with Jnhnnv -. Sain in the fourth and beat him in the seventh. Dino Re.stelli's first hit in 14 times nt bat sc-nrcd Johnny Mopp with the witinins run. T h c Cincinnati Reds took a [ douhlehcader from ihe Philadelphia j Phils, 10-1 and 4-3. A single by j Dixie Howell pushed over tlie Reels winning run in the ninth of rhe nightcap. i The reliar-.-hiickled Chicago Cubs , knocked off the Neu York Giants i twice.> 5-3 and G-l to mil a fitting i climax to the celebration of "Prank- ie Prisch Day" in the Polo Grounds. 15 Legion Teams Begin Sectional Playoffs Tuesday LITTLE ROCK. Ark., July 25. iAl'1 — Pificen of Arkansas' top American Leiilon junior baseball (pains will txym dii'Lsional eliminations toiuorrou'. From ihc^e teams will come the , 1949 jlalc champion, as the winners | will qualify for the state tournament at Cnimlen next month, LUili- Rock. defending state dinmpion, svjll be host for the I Northern itlvi.sjon meet. Ola, Searcy t and Melbourne are guest teams. Ea.stein division headquarters for this year is Qsccoln. Competing leam.s are O.rntt'ay, Corning, Ma- rioii-Wt'si .Memphis and Trumann.<llvillr- will be the site of Western Division sanies. Playing there will be Kelt Smith. Charles- tor, and Ru.-scllville, in Mugnolin. the Southern Division finals title will lie .sought by Hot Springs, pine Bluff. El Dorado and one team a.s yet to be certified. Little Rock Youth Wins Ouachita Valley Golf Titl Ouachita Valley Title CAMUEN. Ark., July 25. (AP) _ Nineteen-year-old Billy Hugh Brown ot Little Rock took th« Oiiaclilta Vulley Golf Tournament tillo with a 2-1 uiiset victory over Jack Simpson of El Dorado here ve.slenlay. Bioivn, utiie Rock junior champion and state hlgli school titlist, eliminated medalist Martin Tenney. also of Little Rock, one up, in a .semi-final match. In the other .semi-final, Simpson clowned Gene Kceiicy. the 1948 Ouachita champion. 2 and 1. Read Courier News Want Ads. Dial l:;OI HII\ Off in; Opens at 7:00 Show Starts a I 7:110 I.list Time Today IT HAD TO BE YOU" Ginger lingers Ciirncl \Vilile l\';mier News ,5- Serial: attier 8 iif "Batman anil Robin 1 Tuesday Top Secret I mil Now 1 . "THE PLOT TO KILL ROOSEVELT' Alsn SliDrts THEATRE OSCEOIA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Box Office Opens at 1 Week Nights j Shou Starts .:lt 7:30 I .Matinee -Saturday A- Sliuilay at 2 p.m. \vith i-oiitinuuus showing. Li tile Park runs. Promised Land ! pecked away at the offerings of Leon Privctt for a toial of 8 hits, scoring in every iuninc bui the s^c- nnri and fifth and picket! up four . in the sixth. Heart Last Time Today 'THE GIRL FROM JONES BEACH" Read Courier News Want Don't Miss the Fun! PIG RACE Wednesday, July 27 Only 50c to Enter $7 PRIZE AIR BASE Skating Rink RITZ* THEATRE Manila, Ark. Monday * Tuesday with PRISTON IAVRAR* FOSTER • BRITTON JOHN IREIANO • RCfO HAtHET J. IOWAIO BBOMKEIG • V1CIDK KK.IAM U'iirner News & Cartoon SKY—* LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER COME ON Let's join the National Guard. Company "M", 153rd Infantry, Arkansas National Guard. Help defend the nation. Drill 2 hours a week. Go to Summer Camp. Draw good pay. We need men, ages 17 to 35. Call the Armory today, 4287. This Advertisement Sponsored by 312 SOUTHS"- 0 ST. 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