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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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»AGB TEN (AnKJ COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, ' 27, 1949 Triple-Play Aids Bums' Conquest Fielding Gem Helps Dodger* Nip Braves 5-2; Phils Win in 11th By Jo* Releliler t«d rrrtt Sports Writer Boston's Johnny Sain mid the Gi»nf* Larry Jansen are being Ubbed today as the two btgeost M r)y season pitching flops ol 1940 Counted.on to carry their teams thii year following superlative '48 Masons, both have been terrific disappointments. Each has started three times with nary a victory. Bolti had extremely rough sledding yesterday. Sain, who previously h«d been beaten by Philadelphia »nti shelled from the mound by Hie Giants, Managed lo gc the distance, but he and the Braves were handed • 5-2 shellacking by the Brooklyn Dodgers In Ebbcls Field. The big righthander was tagged for nine hits including hlme runs by Gene Hermanski and Pee Wee Reese. Preacher Roe spaced seven hits for his Ilrst victory for the Dodgers, who regained Ihe league lead, n half game in from of idle Pittsburgh and the Giants. Hernmnski, who replaced the light-hitting Cal Abrams in left field, got two hits »nd abo made the fielding gem of of the game. He started the first triple play of the season, coining in fast to make a running witch of Alvln Dark's short fly. A ller- manski-Jackic Robinson-Gil Hodges relay engineered the triple killing. Ennls Hits Homer Jansen still hasn't pitched a coin plete game. He lasted only six innings yesterday as the fighting Phils came from behind lo nip the Giants 12-11 in eleven innings After the Girmts had taken an 11-3 lead in the top of Ihe IHh. the Phils came roaring back willi thrri runs climaxed by Del Ennls 1 home run with a man on base. Gerry Coleman. rookie infielde: filling "in for the injured GcorRi Stirnweisfi at second base. Mammec his first major league home run lo give the first place New York Yankees a 5-4 victory over the Philadelphia Athletics. ColcmBn's round ] tripper came off Alex Kellncr in; the last half ol the eighth with [ a mate aboard to erase a 4-3 Mackman margin. ! The Detroit Tigers moved into 1 second place, a game anrt a half ] from the top, by taking Ijolh ends \ of a double header from the White Sox in Chicago. 6-2 and 1-5. The j . Tigers had to go 10 innings to win j the second game. ( Homrr Brats Browns | Johnny Groth. Detroit's sensii- tional rookie, doubled home the runs in the extra frame that gave relief pitcher Dirj.y Trout Che triumph. Grolh also helped in the first game victory with a two-run single. Manager Lou Boudreatl hit his first home run of the season and righthander Bob Lemon pitched Ins first shutout as the Cleveland Indians pitcher. Lemon no\v has a lifetime record of 13 wins and only- one defeat against St. Louis. The scheduled games between Washington and the Red SON in Boston, and Cincinnati against the j Cardinals at St. Louis were postponed by rain. Pittsburgh and the! Chicago Cubs were not scheduled, j Mobile Turns Back Pebs 6-0; Vols Nip Crax By 1'att I'allerson Associated Press Staff Writer The Mobile Rears knocked over Ihe league - leading Llllle Rock Travelers last night, 6-0. It was the Travs 1 second deleat in their II games played UIILS far in Ihe 1(341 Southern Association pennant race. The Birmingham Barons bowed lo Chaitanoosa, 9-2; the Nashvill CROWD GletJ* Vols whipped Atlanta, 5-4, and the New Orleans Pelicans blasted Die Memphis Chicks, 15-5. Righiliandor Pele Wocle dealt out his fa.<t balls to hold the Triws lo live liit.s. The Bears Jumped into the lead in the first inning ami addid two and three in the .seventh and eighth, respectively. Milo John-son rva? the losing pitcher. Hank Williams relieved John.son ill tiic sepin'h It w;<s Ilir first lime this season thai the Travelers had been blunk- ed. New Orleans handed them their first dc'fcal last weekend, break- riR an B-ganie undefeated record. Four Memphis hurleir, hit three \:hcAr.". and walked 16 In an un- ,uciT*-.lul attempt lo turn off the >.'ew Oileati.s scoring tide. The 3hick pitchers were Rob Revels, Bill Jriggs, Ike Pearson and Romy ii'n.'.w ick. The IxiokouLs pounded the Bir- nshjim .starter. Jim Sucheckl, tor couple of runs in Ihe second and Tdrted Knottier pair in the third, anc-'hei pair in die sixdl, and topped it off with three in the ninih. H.p liflli home run of the season war recorded by Babe Barna Co -spark the Vols in their triumph over the Atlanla Crackers. New Foes for Hurricane Joiicsborn ilipii School Is renewing football relations with a couple o! Big Six schools I hat dropped Ihe HuiTicanc from their grid schedules several years ago. '''lie 1949 Hurricane schedule released by Athletic Director Clamire (ieis recently includes dales with both Hot Springs and I'ine Bliitl. The Hurricane is scheduled to open the season with the Zebras in Pine niufl on Kepi. 1C and on Nov. 4 Coach Joe Dlldy. (lie old Chickasaw war lior.se, will take his band of Trojans lo Jonestmro to try Gels' Gold Shirts on lor size. Contracls with both schools call for return engagements ni 1USO This us the lust lime 111 more than 10 years (hat the Hurricane and the Zebras will trade blocks and tackles and Ihe first time In nearly lour years thai .H'nesbol'o and Hot Springs have met on the gridiron. The Zebras ml Hie Hurricane adrift In the mld-1930's and Hot Springs followed sun a few years later but signed a Jonesboro contract again In 1945-4G. The Hurricane schedule also includes games with its perennial rivals, our Cliick.s and Paragoulrt, Me.ssick of Memphis, Nashville. Helena. Brinklcy. siibiaco and natcsvllle. Thus, as a Jonesboro sports wilier explained n. "the Hurricane will meet champions of class A, Class AA and Ihe overall sralc champs (referring to the Chicks), four Class district kiniis, the best team in Memphis and two Big Six teams." And Coach C'.cis put it this way. "Our learn may not be so good, but we will show the local fans some good football learns," Shawnee Boxers Book Dual Meet With Leochville JOINER, April 27.-Shawnce High School's boxing team has booked H second dual meet with I^Giich- vllle lo be Ijclrf in the B y,,i |, ere May 12, Shawnee Athletic Director W. C. Rook has announced. This meet was scheduled to be held in Lenchvllle but ctcie (o lack of proper facilities was moved to Shawnee. Between 15 and 20 lights are expected lo be carded. One of ihe feature iittrai-tions will be a return match between -eachville's Bill Sain and Sonny lionsiiman of Shawnee. In their first fight several weeks ago Sain took the decision and Housaman will be seeking revenge. The Shawnee scpiad will again he led by Johnny Harrison who had an easy time with his Leachville opponent before. Aubrey Robert- j s son. •„ liniri-Iillti ,g 137-patinder " from Shawnee will also be on the card. HO W THEY STAND Sports Roundup bj Hush Fullerton, Jr. slide rule »Uiff." Back-Tracking NATIONAL Brooklyn . New York PitisburRh Boston St. Louis Cincinnaci Chicago Philadelphia LKAfUJE W Pet. .1)25 .511 .571 .500 .500 .500 .«n i .333 Track Is tryst regaining its status as a major high school sport. A victim of (he war. the running game \vilt soon be back as -strong, if not stronger, as it was in the pre-war days. We base our prediction on the opinion of several high school coachc.s to K'Jlojn we have lalkeri and on ihe action of the smaller schools, .schools that never before had a track team, on adding the sport to their athletic, curricula!. Last year filythevlllc was the only Class A school In District Three Unit sponsored a high school track team. This year at least two other A .schools have announced intentions of running a team In thr di.sljicl meet friday. They are piggott and Manila. PigKOlt' dropped the spent before the war and Manila, as far as we have been able to Imd out. never sponsored the sport. Paragmild Is making preparations lo resume track next year and there are ir-porls tljat Jonesboro will follow suit which should make the 1050 DJslrirl Three meet a lium-djnger. Most high school coaches of this area feel the same way about track as H. A. "Sandy" Sandford or Paragould. that with spring football practice a thing of the past, track is the next best thins to keep young athletes in nooci physical condition. As for us. we will gladly welcome back die iiann .spring afternoons, a bottle of reel pop and a good track meet to watch. of 720 Go/fers Open SEC Tournament ATHENS, On,, April 27. <n*)— A field of 120 golfers .sot on*, today lo match stroke* for [he Southea.st- ern tntorcol legate golf championship, the SEC "itle and the SEC team crown. Low scorer in today's IB-hole qualifying round of the llith nnminl Southeastern intercollcumte tournament automatically gets the SEC crown. The school with the low four-man team -score sets the SEC .cnrn title. WASHINGTON, April 27—01'j— Clark Griffith, 80-year-old owner of the WashinBlnn ball club, figures his team isn't as bad as it has hoen lookiriK-l»ol>al)ly u couldn't lie . . . Griff explains: "I wasn I looking for everybody except Gil Coan lo Mop hitting at once." . . . Another astounding explanation that just turned up liere came from Al HouglHon. who failed in the district (iiialifyinp i° sl to1 ' 'he P. CJ.A. golf championship. Al said: "t wasn't usins enough chin on the greens. . , . accrue Saner, who ui.st wound up sprins football drills at the Naval Academy and hit the road to places where schoolboy stars hang out. figures, lie has potential varsity starters at every po- ition from last .season's unbeaten plcbe team liesl prospects are Bob Kaslrow. a ^'OS-pound quarterback from Alsonia. Wis.. who is very touch lad to knock off his feet, and Frank Huff, a halfback from St. Louis. Chicago newspapers arc blasting the White Sox and Cubs (or let- ing Johnny Groth, a Chicago boy, get away to Detroit . . . Seems that Johnny used (a play kfd foot- bnll games and was thinking of going to Notre Dame when Wish Kgan waved that $30,000 under his nose . . . The Cubs and the Sox, they say . don't have as good scouting system as Prank Leahy.. Billy Hassett, who has been playing basketball with the Trl-Citles Black- hawks In the National League. Is reported in line for the Georgetown Coaching job vacated by Elmer Riplcy . . . Back In 1818, the University of Illinois student newspaper reported: 'The baseball has its cover knocked o/f. There Is nothing but literary exhibitions this week.' . . You could say that In this city now. A camera and * grlnd«r with • diamond grinding wheel give pro- ulse of helping the oil indtutry tudy rock from deep under th« nrface of Uw earth to find an- wers to the problem of how to get nore oil out ol the ground. Odds n Ends AMKKICAN I.KACUK Now York . Detroit . .. \ Cleveland . I Chicago . Philadelphia I Boston ' .. • St. Louis . Washington Little Hock Atlanla . . Birmingham New Orleans Nashville . Mobile . .. Chattanooga Memphis . W L. i i 5 2 i 2 5 4 i 5 4 3 4 .. 1 7 I 7 HERN I.KAOtJK W. I,. 9 2 5 4 5 4 6 5 5 5 Pel. .815 .714 .601 .556 ,5fiG .420 .1'25 Pet. .BIS .536 ..556 .MS .500 sen try "T! ncs ffl ' rr [>r< ' er lurch Kenny Monitt. (he Armorel lad who hurlrri for the Blylheville American Lesion's Collou Pickers last year, apparently is keeping his arm in trim for bis reported "date" with a Detroit Tiger scout next monlli. Kenny is working for the Jonc.sboro Red Sox on week-ends anrt last Sunday he turned in a very creditable performance for ihe Sox pitching (iiem lo a 7-2 win over a fast Walnut Ririge semi-pro nine ..Jack Duclos. who was signed by a Detroit scout Ihis spring and selH to Thomasville. Oa.. in the Class D Georgia-Florida League for a. rciurncd liotne yesterday to ."get some more experience.".... Thai's a tasl league." he said, "but they said they wanted me back next year." Cradi 1 '!.:i In M.ilh Duiinn one of Navy's snrinp; fool- ball MTiinimsrs. a bis tackle named Paul THicault was knocked slightly diw.y . . . 'Hie trainer immediately rushed on ihe field and a.sked: "Are yon alriRht, son?" The kui said he ivas . . . "Whnfs two and two?" the trainer asked as a routine check of mental reaction "H's ninteen," replied Paul, '•you can't cnnfwse me with (hat RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. 4% HOME LOANS Elberl S. Johnson The Equitable Life Assurance Society Phone 6228 Evening Wednesday & Thursday "KIDNAPPED" with Roddy McDowell and Sue England News A- Short WHEN MINUTES COUNT The prompt tnd efficient service ol Owenj Phirm*- elsts solves the problem. Every prescription filled with meticulous care Free delivery service. Phone 2021 OWENS DRUG STORE Men! We have the famous, new COOLER J&fin&eacfi Suits 22% .400 .182 Yeslerdav's Results NATIONAL I.E.- 1 Philadelphia 12. New York 11 '11 Public Shooting Ground In Centra/ Arkansas To be Discussed Today LITTLE ROCK. April 27 '.4*i — P]R;I,< for development of a 40.000- acre public shooting ground in Arkansas and JeTfprson Counties WPTC lo be di^ru^ed by the Arkansas Gamp E.nd Fish Commission here today. Executive Secretary T. A. McAmis *siri 1280,000 had been prnvidrd for 1 acquisition of land in thr nrea and i that all except a few ?mall tract. 1 ; ; had b«en pui-cba,sod. McAn?is reporlrri thai estimated cost o! improvernenu during ihe firs t ye&r will b** about $1^0-000 for dam*. !fcvcf.« and other ^alrr control siructures. T.MLr.^riay ihe cornmi^-Mon v. ill meet in a luncheon Fexsion in con- nee; ion wiih the animal meeting of ihe Arkaiica.'s Wildlife Federation and will announce the 1948 winners in thr* quail re.sioi alien program in v.'hich farm youth participated. Brooklyn 5. Bo.ston '2. Cincinnati at St. Louis, ixxslponcd rain. Only games scheduled. A.MtlKlCAN l.KAGUK New York 5, Philadelphia 4. Cleveland l, St. Louis D, Detroit fi-7. Chicngo 2-,S (.second Rame ;0 innings*. Washington at Boston, postponed, rain. Women's Go/f Tourney Enters final Rounds NEW ORLEANS. April 27. or»— Pre-tourn:nnent favoriles \verc expected lo find the competition stiffer in the .second round of the u - o- Srwthern Golf Association championship piny here today. ' The three top cholera —Polly Rl- ley. MnrRarel Gunthci 1 and Dorothy Kirby—all advanced on schedule. Miss Rilcy, defending champion from Fort Worth, Tex., will meet Mrs. G. T. Schneider of Ne\v Orleans, in today's second round play. The runner-up last year. Miss Gunihcr. meets Ed nel Work: oT Port Smith. Ark., who has pulled the only up.set oT the tournament. Miss Kh by. a former cli n nip ton and twice runnerup, »nny IIUVR tne touphesl time. Slip will meet Mrs. j Thomas find ley of New Orleans, I Louisiana Slate Champion. Stadium Planned MAGNOLIA. Ark., April -\i. ui* Ma^tiolia A. and M. plans a 4,000- seftt steel-fuime athletic .stadium for its campus. Bid.s have l>een advertised for the project. Read Courier News Wnnl Arts. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION' Nashville 5. Atlanta 4 . Chattanooga 9. BianUicham ' Mobilr fi. Little Rock n. New Orleans is, Memphis 5. Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE B r ookl y n a 1 New Y n rk , Boston at Philadrlphia 'ni«ht ». Cincinnati at Chicaeo. PUt.«burgVi at St. Louis might'. AMKK1CAN LKAGUK Si lyiuis 9t Uelrnit Cluraco at Cleveland. Philarielphm at Boston. New York at Washiupton <nii;ht). Victoria Red Sox Win Over Etowah 1 1 fo 4 The Victoria Red Pox walloped Etowah 11-4 Sunday afternoon on the Etnwah diamond. ] Lee Weldon. Ihe Sox ace hurler. ' was the winning pitcher, civin^ up six hits and four runs, Charles, of Etowah. w?.i the losing pitcher giving up thirteen nits and eleven Buffalo. N. Y., regarded a.s the orld's larpp.st mtlliui* center, pro f5 ^_s much a.s 12.0:0,030 barrel flour R year. NEW Box OIICHS Week Days T:00 p.m. Matinee SntunUy A- Sui«I:iy at.-Sun. 1 ii.m. Conl. Showlnc Manila, Ark. Shows HVKKV NKillT Wednesday & Thursday "THE BRIBE" with Rnbrrl Taylor Alsn Shorts KN LKAGUK Nij^ht Games Mrnipliis at New Orleans. \ illc at Atlanta. Cliattanocica at Fiininnpham, Little Rock a i Mobile. llo\ OITifc Opens ;i( 7 \\'ff\t Nights Show Slails at T:30 Matlncc Saturday .V Sunilay al 'I \i.m. with continuous showing BLYTHEVILLES ONLV A LL W H I T Slmw Starts Wrrkilays 7:00 p.m. tialurclay and Sunday: Continue Miouins from 1:00 p.m. KKXTtJCKY'S KEY TO HOSPITALITY It Is worth noting that ONK genuine. nonr mash bourbon, naturally distilled anil aged on llie. same exclusive family recipe sim-c 137(1, is Kirst Clioire among Keniuckians \vlrn know l>o»rlion best. 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