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PAGE TEN Bl.YTHEVn.I.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1949 A's Nip Brownies jTwo Games Sel twice; Cardinals At Park Tonight Down Phillies 7-3 Motormen to Meet Joycees; Fordmen Engage Razorbaeks HOW THEY STAND AMERICAN I.KACiOE Pet .631 Hi Jack Hand iAssm-ialeri Cress Sports Writer) Maylje Connie Alack was ritfht when lie said liis Phil- n<ielpl\iii A'K still hiul a chance in Hie American League race. They laughed at tlip kindly old gout wlion lie spoke with npliniism in St. Louis as his A's floundered dose to the second division. They bad lost 12 of llieir last, U on a sorry road trip. * When he If! Carl Scheib pitch i the entire nine inning* at Chicago' last wevlc, absorbing an IK-hit. 12-0 \ drubbing, many figured-Mr. Macll j was conceding, i Then the A's turned. A ctiuble- ; header sweep over Ihe While Sox i Sunday and now three .straight i over (he wobbly S( Louis Browns ! Nplv Y ork and they have a shiny new In'e- • Cleveland ianie winning streak Furthermore. | B US ( OIT they are onl.v 7 1-2 back of the j Philadelphia leading New York Yankee.? anri I [>troit only a half same behhitl Ihe .siz- ' Chicago i1i"t Boston Red Sox. j Washington To cap ihis turn-about-face. , st. Louis Scheib went the route analn la-l i ni^ht desnite a five-inn fiist in- nine assault by ttie Brownie*. Philadelphia won Ihe opener of the twiliphl-ni2ht doubleheadd- for'Si. Loins Lou Bii.sSie. 7-3. vvilli a loin run i Brooklyn spurt iu the fourth \vhen Eddie | Boston Joost cleared tlie bases with a rton- i Philadelphia b] e New York Purnfll Slops While Sol Mel Parnell, the solid man or Boston's suddenlv potent pilchinE staff. h"!d the Chicago White Sox to (hree nils in a 6-0 victory. It was his Hih win and hjs 17ch complete I game in 21 stalls. Nashville The Sos. tuning up for their im- | BirminRham portsnt five-game weekend serie.s | New Ol .|,, ars with "" Cleveland, rapped Randy i Mobnc Gumpeii arid Matt Surkont lor 11 t Atlanta hits including Bobby Doerr's ml) j Li[tl( , Roc[ . homer. Dom DiMaasio boosted his , j| emp hi s W 1. S7 33 5t M 51 -II 52 ^ 50 45 .526 39 54 .119 35 55 Phillips Motor Company's second place Fordmen and Rlytheville Motor Company's third place Motormen return to action in the city Softball f.eafitie tonight in n double-header imd"- the lights of Walker Park. The Motormen who are only A half-game back of the Fordmen in league standings are scheduled to battle the Blythevllle Jaycees In tonight's first game at 8 o'clock with the Forfimen meeting the RaK- orback Drive-in nine in the nightcap. The Fordmen are already assunHl of a berth in the post-season playoff next month but will be gunning lo overtake the league-leading Ark- Mo Kilowatters. The Kilowatters at present hold a game and a half NATIONAL LKAfJIIE W L 5ft 54 :I7 Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago .. 5^4 ; lead o\'er the Fordmen but a vie- s , 7 ': lory tonifihl would pill the Phillips nine only a half-same back, Tom Ivey is slated for mound duly for (lie Fordmen against either r,' 52 033 : deorge Pollock or Billy Bob Elliott " ' ' for the Kai'.orbacks. 'f'he Motormcn. who boast a 7-3 record, will need a win tonight to Kvaraniee ihem a spol in the 'Ui '^09 Shaughnessy pi /• 'f. After tonight'* Qame thev will have threr contests to go before calling an end to their season. Either F.rwin .tours or Tni Fisher will work for the Motormen. probably tai-ing Harvey Dorris for the Javcees, Installing of Grid Lights Hears End Final Wiring Slated To Be Finished by Opening of Season ' Work on the Installation of the new seated-beam lighting system at Haley field •.va.s ncaring completion today with only wiring work re- Sports Roundup Hugh Fulkrlon Jr. NEW YORK. July 28. M'I—Cleve- land second-euessers are wondering why Lou Bottdrcau didn't call on Mike Garcia instead of Bob Feller to pitch yesterday's big game against the Yankees—especially after what happened lo Bobby . . . Mike, just a rookie who wasn't ex- to be 'completed, "accord- j l )cc -' tcrt lo do niuch this season, has taken up a lot of slack in the In- maining ing to O. o Redman, president of tilt Chirk«.caw Athletic Club. dians' pitching staff and has spe- The .jew lighting system i.s being ' <= ia 'i™d '" winning the tough ones. Installed by the Ark-Mo Power . . Starling only seven times, he Company and was pu.-clia.sed by the ! llns " iu ' hetl uo s \^ls and two Blytheville High School Fund. All of ihc lightins mills liiive been mounted on the poles. Mi 1 Hedmai 1 said, and wiring of the j ... STAN' THE MAN'- The No. 1 rea- .. . son the St. Louis Cardinals are in ! " ?hu ls «!>ec'ed to be completed lirst place in the National League "! p!e " ly ot " me tor llle opening one-run games and that's the kind nobody is hitting. . . . Mike has been described as a bis, affable kid who likes lo play baseball and who 'never hint himself by leading his own stories." Against Boston is that they have a hard-hill ing of football season in September. out fielder named .Stanley Mti.sial. i A total of 60 light* have been in- ,.._., _ ..,„ o v _ .VUisial's timely lolling set the : stal| cd. 3(1 on the east side and 30 [ UUHR once against the Yauks. he fanned Vern Stephens and Ted Williams with the tying run on base and he did the same sort of Card.i off on llieir present xvinning -streak which cairied to seven nr£ht when St. Louis on the west, with six lights mounted on a pole. Of course, it's a tough choice for Boudreaii He hv : n't a real big win- Pet „ „ , , Ml - R'rtinan also stated thai the i nor on his mound staff, but five nicked Philadelphia 7-3. iAP Wire- ' oai ' d r ' paU ot the stndumi hiive j etiys have won more than seven photoj been t,.rn out and are being replaced with new lumber. Raines aoiece. | most pull Lou could al- out of a hat and ... 4! 45 .521 . .. 47 16 .505 . . . 45 45 .500 .. . 44 47 .487 . .. 37 54 .407 . . . 36 58 .363 SOUTHKKN . . cm.secil'ive game hitting streak to 22 with a double and sinele. Washington finally broke its II- ftame. lochm string by edging Detroit. 1-6. in the first of a twi-nlglit doubleheader. But the Tigers smothered the Senators. 11-0. on Freddie Hutchinson's four-hit pitching to break even. Rain postponed the second game of the New York-Cleveland series with the score tied 4-* at Itie end o( four innings. The Yanks blasted j Ctintta coga W L . . Oil 38 . . SB 39 . . 53 47 . 50 18 .49 50 . . 43 55 . . 42 57 ..41 IB Pet . .fi'M .589 .51)0 ' .510 i .485 I .439 .124 Blythcville Nine Loses Tinhf- Game To Manila Team Commissioners To Enforce Code NCAA Gefs Assurance Of Full Cooperation From League Heads Manila Gets 9-4 Decision Over I uxora J»niors By Bill Kinj; NEW CASTLE. N. II.. July 28— •'*'<—Assurance of more cooperation iu enforcing the N.C.A.A.'s "sanity The Manila Independents nosed :corie" was given today by the mil the Soiilh Rlytheville Inriepenrt- j National Association of Collegiate em nine 10-9 yesterday afternoon Commissioners. f Sports Before Vour Kyes [ Chuck Bernard, recently-appoinl- |ed assistant to Karl Brown at Au- I burn, played in the first Chicago all-star football same In 1034. His ,.,„_„. , , .„ teammates included Ivan William- p LUXORA. July 28 Manila's Jim- : son. George Saner and BeaUic lor Legionnaires defeated Luxora Feathers, head coaches at wiscin- 9-4 in a Filth District League con- • sin. Navy and North Carolina State test a ( Manila yesterday afternoon. I respectively, and Moose Krnuse' The fame was the only F.ftli | Noire Damp athletic director. District LeE-ouf* action in the comi- j ty yesterday due to the re°riO'.ial j Ohscrvalion I'nsl tournament beine played at Osceo- I From this disinncc. it appears la. i imr Virginia friends are unduly Oltie Lee McAdoo went the full I stiJY-neckcd iu "rejecting" the W. Memphis Rips Trumann 18 to 2 in Legion Semi-Finals Ry Bobby C. Watson {.Special Courier News Writer) OSCEOLA, July 28.— West Memphis coiilimierl to dominate play in the Eastern Arkansas Junior American Legist" tournament at Osceola by burying a hapless Trumann squad under an )8 to 2 score last night. The West Mempliiaits needed only eijjht safeties to win their second straight game and the right to play in the finals of the tourney tonight. + -- - Four Tritmann hurlers worked on the hill and gave up the astronomical figure of 23 bases on balls and one hit batsman. Derrell Berry opened on the mound for Trumann. but gave wny to Bob O'Quinn in (lie fourth after allowing six runs, three hits, and seven passes. O'Qninn held the winners hitless in '•oute for Luxora and was tntu-hed for iiiiir runs and ei^hl hits MiHi- NCAA sanity code Maybe it can't be enforced, but why not give 3 9 4 in a 2«me playeri on the Manila Yesterday's Results AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 6 Chicago 0. Philadelphia 7-8, Si. Louis ^-6 WashmKton 7-n. Detroit fi-ll- Clevc an! al NP\V York, rain. But the intercollegiate athletic heads look no drastic action about scored nine runs off j ihose regulations which govern Ihe Bobby Filler from the box before | Brooklyn 1. unvbodv wns out in a four-run first ' NATIONA1 New York 8, F'Utsburgli 3 Inning, 'but the Tribe fought back to get even. Cards Run Wild The St. Louis Cards continued to run wild in the aNitoual eLague, preserving their 1 I 2 jame margin over Brooklyn by smashing, the Phillies. 7-3. II was their seventh straight win in a string interrupted by Monday's tie at Brooklyn, Brooklyn ended its longest losing streak at four snnie.s by routing the.. Chicago Cub!. 7-3. Starting pitcher Don Newcombe failed to last the route. Manager Burt Sholton brough, in Erv Palica to retire the side in the ninth. - The New York Giants saved fit'h pltice by trimming Piltsbuieh. •8-.1, on the flashy relief pitching of Kirby Hiibe. Marv Rickei baslu-d a homer with a mai! on in the Wih inning (or Boston's 9-7 win over Cincinnati. Boston 9, Cincinnati 7 (13 in ings i Su Louis 7, Philadelphia 3. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Mobile 3-3. LUtle Rock 1-2. Chattanooga 4, AtlatHa 2. Nashville 6. Birmingham I. Memphis 8, New Orleans 0. diamond. Manila .stnrtine pitcher Bob Mullen in the j cligibilitv of mci third limit:!! and then beat off a i in more (hail 160 of the nnl'ion's !ate Blvlhr-ville attack lo gain the ' colleges. rti-ol>-ion Johnny Duclos replaced' "We had an exchange of ideas." M'Jllen on the mound in the third Clarence P. Houston of Tuft* Col- ancl fin;s]ii>ri the conteM. : le>;e. chairman of the NCAA Corn- Ken Mr Whirter wcnl all the way phance Committee, explained ifter ("i- Mamlii and was tagged lor 16 yesterday's session of the commis- 1 : iit-s. .sioners 1 lllh annual meeting here. Piindi!.v afternoon Soulli Biythe- ! -The commissioners assured me ville »-:ll meet the Victoria Red they were eiiscr to play a proper Soy on 'he Dogwood diamond. ... - . opened for Manila bill was ; ' l ft ^'- v until something more ef- uulled in the lifth with Mnx Plonie] j fective can be worked out? . . . takinp over. Milligan got credit Tor j Sounds like. say. one racing asso- the win. | ciation "rejecting" all anti-gnmb- The Bailie was called at the end ! Ul ' B laws -i 1131 because '"Iks persist In betting with bookies. . . And while we're asking, isn't that two,- „.„- founds-a-day grind h, the USGA lenrs m eetii- ? South ' Jllm ° r , ° M cliampionship a bit the nightcap? tough for K'aud lo-year-old kidi? of eipiit on agreement by both tennis, it wa.s the first Blv-thcvi'Ie. In Brx score: Luxora AB R H B. Tate 2b 4 1 l Bennett w, Tatf. c 4 Big Gar Landed three innings, but was touched for two runs in the seventh when he walked four successive batters. Tullis Mead came iti and gave up four walks and three hits in the eighth as West Memphis counted five times. Little Jimmy Clark lasted during the ninth frame, but allowed five tallies on two hits and five free trips to first. Trumann vs. Caraway Today Big Louis Carpenter worked all the way for the winners and allowed only two lilts, one a very scratchy infield bunt in the fifth. Carpenter struck out 11. but also suffered from wildness as lie walked seven and hit another. Lamar Jennings. dinumitlve shortstopper of West Memphis, and. Carpenter were the only members of the team to collect two safeties during the runaway contest. In an afternoon game today. Caraway was scheduled to meet Trumann will 1 the winning team cotn- ing back to battle West Memphis in the finals tonight. The tournament is being conducted as a double elimin-'t'iii affair, and in the event this afternoon's winner defeats West Memphis tonight. or~ i other game win be necessary on Friday iiisht in order to determine the district champion. West Memphis AB Jennings Totals . . Trumann Pi-yor 2b Bakei- c-lb . Keller Ib-c . Cook rf Spencc ss .. Myers cf Lloyd 3b ... Priest If Berry p O'Quinn p . Mead p Clark p Totals . .. W. Memphis Trumann ... ..33 AH .. 3 .. 5 .. 4 .. 3 .. 3 ... 2 . . 3 ... 4 ... 1 ... 1 ... 0 ... 1 004 000 ...30 2 2 200 255—18 002 000— 1 NEW |K-m ^\t>t>k Du.vy t'.Wi p.m. nef ^jlurda> & Sund^j I i>.rn l.'nnl Shuwm Manila, Ark. i,;tst Time Today "DAUGHTER OF THE WEST" with Martha and Philip Vickers Reid Also Shnrls Klrlln-vllic C. Wixson ,fb • Duclas If ; A^hin ib .... .Mile-hell cf .. I role in enforcing the 'sanity code 1 ! i at colleges they represent, but, no AH R H specific cases were discussed." Owenv Ib Rtovall If R. Talc ss Mobile in Sweep Of Twin Contests Over Travelers Today's Games A.MKR1TAN I.KACUE Cleveland at New York. Chicago at Bo.sion. St. Louis at Philadelphia uii De ti-oit a t Wash i tig ton. NATIONAI U;AtiUE Brooklyn at Clrc'a.^o. New York at Pittsburgh. Boston at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at St. Louis. SOUTHERN I.KAGUR i Night games* Memplns at New Orleans. CIiattaiKjOfja at At Ian fa. Little Rock ai Mobile. Bmuingnnm at Nasln r ilH'. 1 1 1 1 1 . 4 1 . 5 . 4 . 5 Houston said. ^ i Houston told the commissioners 1 [ earlier that several colleges will u F be notified of non-compliance with 1 I the "sanity code" when the NCAA 1' CornpVuince Committee meets in •* Chicago on Aue 12 In declininc to unrne the roll-ge.s. he said that 'whatever action is ~ taken by our committee must, under 3 4 3 3 rf •> 1 MARIANA. Ai-K.. July 28—i;T>i— 0 0; Henry Hcnsen of ncavb'y Jefferson 1 2 reported ycsterdav he snagged a gar 0 o; weighing 212 pounds and Wasuri'ng 0 1 i six feet. Hensen said he caught the 1 1 ; monster at t,hc mouth ot the SI. ft' Francis River, where it joins the Al •,,il:l st 3I> nt c: " our regulations, be-wilhheld until " ; the NCAA Hireling next Jinuarv. : Fowler c \ Hull on ?.b { .1. K-rrLsrj:f M. H:\ri'l« i s,s '} r Aslialirai.nor if Mf Whirter p ... 500 500 5 1 0 423 4 I 3 .422 422 1 2 I By thf Associaled Tress The Mobile Bears swept a twin hilt from Ihe Little Rock Travelers: Wednesday uii-hl. 3-1 and :i-'2. to[ gain tmflismui'd possession ot [ourtl place in the Southern Associalioi flas chase. Atlanta was knocked out of the !ir=t division by a 4-2 riefe-M administered by the Ctiattrmooea Lrok- Pickers to Meet Luxora Lea ion in >°i Make- Up n r tlames Hi'-hliahtinc llie commissioners' third-day sessions were the an- noinu-nments lltat American college track stars would participate in the 1[)5I piin-Aiii'-riran <rnrucs nt, Buenos Aires, and that collie athletic authorities were deettlc concerned alxMit television coverage of th^ir events. Krnnefli L. Wilson of the powerful Western Conference that "nlaus are being oiadr to fly "American i college competitors to thos? <:ame.s and tentative nlnns are ST. PAUL. Minn.. J'.'lv 28. I1T\ | underwav lor our colleges lo mrtic- The Western Golf Association'!! j inate in the ninnev-raisinc cam- •IRth oncn tournament moves onto | naicn (o provide In,- American in- a public course for the first lime; tereolleghtc team's expenses." n it.s history tnd:'v. wilh Sam | Asa S. Bushonell. the national Kneao warnine the field that he'll ; pr-uo's heart and Eastern College tie tough to beat. j Athletic Conffirnco commissioner. Pue.-ui conveyed h warimic in ! said prompt '>ction on television is Hr^iMf-bnrrellrri' fashion vesterdav ' needed if colfcues arc lo avoid com- ! Sorrels ef 1 Kn'ior 3b i L. Carpenter p i Sheeks Ib i Floyd If [ P. Carpenter c I Williams 2b .. Stoddard rf .. .. 3 -• M 10 13 I Sammy Snead Favored \ To Take Western Ooen • | ; 1 Minn.. Jftv 28. OT'i Totals Yesterday's Siorts in Brief K>- The Associated Press t^nxinp . Mew York—Welterweight, chilm- Mui ' nion Ray Robinson and mindle- we'sht contender Steve BelloUc atrrefd to 10-rounri non-title fighi at. Vnnkcc Stadium Aug. 24. Coif Saint John. N. B.—Totiimv Riddell of Quebec eliminat ' defcnd- iue chamoion Frank Stranahan. one "p in " holes, in the third round of the Canadian amateur. oi't-v 11 was the Lookouts second ,-aincrt in a rov. nver rjie crumbling Crack- eis and Atlanta's 2iSth lo.-s in the The Blylheville Cnltiin Pirkcrs first. In a practice round hr. put idled tins week bv Legion Inurna- mTLt play, xvrll co to 1,'Jxoia <o- nnrrow afternnim to make-up n •nit game with the I/ xorn nine. Hitter "sport'-H-idc " pettier a si.v-i'ndcr-par fifi. Then | Tlie easrern coi)ci;e head, how- inst to show he meant Vmsi-'rss [ever. \vns Miv.tble to reenniivielul anv he won a driving contest with n i specific remedies for television con- mat i?6t Bov Office Opens at 7:0fl Shuw Starts at 7:30 Fridiiy "THE MUTINEERS" ivilli .Ion Hall ami Adclc Jergcns Also Shorts Saturday "Sheriff of Las Vegas" with Bill Elliott Also Shorts lln\ OfTiie Opens at 7 Week \ijfr Show Shirts at 7:30 ] Matinee Saturday & Sunday At '^ p.m. with rnntinuous ishowii SKY "SILENT CONFLICT" William Boyd as Serial: Chaplcr R of "TIIK LOST JIJNGLK" l.cel, .-ith 'WO-fnot effort. 12 feet better truin; ihe 2R8-fooler of Gary Mi'lrtlecifr J-snead drove anollier ball 10B feel ' fi fij I I r-T-hiu t lle di'.-.f*-d fiff Bii'iHlniiliaiH run t!;r VnK* ir^ur Irad, [on: Li;inip- tiu-v tin- riin- The grtine win be a Fifth ni> Irirl I.eToriie affair that' was halted nlst lo prove it was no mistake. bv ram earlier ibis season Ted ' ' feed Thr Mritipliis Chirks spviMilh- 'lacR iP-mi in tiif stai;riitis. c . ob.nk- f-(] thr NF\V Oi -I PR us Pelicans ~i to 0 behind thr [mir-!;it pil''l\i:ia ol Rob- j hy Cnin yfiiir.u [ofrhaiuln Th^ third po;>i*i:>r, Tel- nrvci C"t ;* HIM!! bf- vorci s-'f^xi br\sr In tl-r M'vrn-iriing iippnrr At Mobile, tjttlc Rock's Loiniiardn ciive up two hits, bu; b th of Ih'nii vvei-e hompi 1 ^ Ouf wa5 0^015,0 Rlui- na's l^.lli nt M:r yrai . 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Shim SUrfe Wrekrf?;,* !:MI p" ,saturda> »nct Sunday: Comma showing from t :W> p.m. I a.-( I'iine I'oday (OOUBLK FEATliRKI "BRUTE FORCE" with Burt Lancaster Yvonne DcCarlo anil Charles Bickford "SUMMER HOLIDAY" wilh Mickey Koone.y and Gloria UeHaven Serial: "(i-.Mcn Ncvtr Forpel" Chapter 8; Also Short Kridav & Saturday (DOUBLE FEATURE) j "CODE OF THE WEST" with James Warren, Oehra Aldcn and Steve Brodie Thursday & Friday "RACE STREET" with (icorRC K-.ift and V^'ill]an] Beudix Also Shurts Sat in day />ane Grey's Fanuiiis Slory "Under the Tonto Rim" "MAMA LOVES PAPA" l with l.«on Errol Serial: "Son of Ihe Guardsman" j No. 3; Also Cartoon

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