The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1949 · Page 6
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vac. BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER MEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1949 ' B.H.S. Trackmen Lack Opposition District 3 Title May Be Won Today Without a Struggle Blythevlll* High School's track- men probably will retain their DIs- trlck Three crown again this year without a struggle, according lo Track Coach John Raulh of Arkansas State College In Jonesboro. Coach Raulh, who is assisting State's .athletic director, Ike Tomlinson. In running of the Dlstric' Three junior and senior meets li Jonesboro today, said this morning that only Blythevllte had filed en try In the Class A event. However, he pointed out that a far as he knew, teams would b accepted for entry up until the tlm for the meet which is 1 p.m.. thus necessitating a trip to Ihc meet for the Chicks. Coach Rhuth slated llmt he has not heard any oflicial word from either Manila or Plggolt. the other two Class A schools that earlier Indicated they might run a team In the event. However. Manila's coach, Charles JollllT. notified the Courier News yesterday tluil Manila definitely would not enter « team in the meet and there were reports that Piggott had declined an invitation. Chicks OfT to .lunr.sboro Coach Russell Mosley stated yesterday that his squad, 11 strong, would make the trip to Jonesboro, "just to be on the safe side." 'Hie ,-;<Jhlcks left by private cars this I morning. ":' Should the Chicks be unopposed vln the District meet, they would •: automatically be awarded the Dis- "trlct Three crown and the right to Center all 11 men In the slnlc meet i,in Little Rock next week. If they • are opposed, then only Ihc first :' through fourth places in each event : '.'would be allowed lo enter the state Major League Leaders By The Associated Press Batting — Marshall, New York and Schoendlenst, St. Louis, .4'29. Runs — Waltkus, Philadelphia, jordon, New York, Reese, Brooklyn and Torgeson, Boston. 9. Hits — Dark, Boston, 17. Knnls, Philadelphia and Schoendienst. St. nils, 16. Runs batted In — Reese, Brooklyn, 12: Torgeson, Boston, LtvliiK- s'ton, New York, Emits, Philadelphia and Soliciting Chicago, 10. Doubles — Jones, Philadelphia, 7; Wailkus, Philadelphia. Hamner, Philadelphia and Marlon. HI. Louis, 4. Triples — Smalley. Chicago, 4; Lohrke. New York. 2. Home Run — Torgeson, Boston, 4; Livingston. New York, Ennls. Philadelphia and Musial, St. Louis. 3. Stolen Bases — Locktnan. New York, 4; Robinson, Brooklyn, 2. Pitching — Branca, Brooklyn, 30; six players lied with 2-0. Strikeouts — Branca, Brooklyn, 13; Simmons, Philadelphia and Spahn. Boston, 11. American League Batting — Oroth. net roll. .411; Glcwnrl, Washington, .412. Runs — Joost, Philadelphia and Stephens, Boston, 9. UK., _ Groth, Detroit, and Dil linger St. Louts. 10. Huns balled In — Groth, Detroit 17; Stephens, Boston, 15. Doubles — Doerr. Boston Zernnl. Chicago, 4. Triples — Doerr, Boston. Phllley Chicago and Valo. Philadelphia. 2 Home Runs — Groth, Derolt, Sic phens, Boston and Graham. St Louis. 4. Stolen Bases — Tcbbetls. Bostoi and Dllllngcr, at. Louis. '2. Pitching — Lopat, New York, 3-0 five players tied with 2-0. Strikeouts — Ncwhouscr, Detrol 18; darvcr, St. Louis, 12. Two Former Razorbacks To Coach at Harrison Kiddie Leaguers See Action Today Four Teams Booked For Three Games Each on Gridiron The Chk-kasaw Athletic Club's Kiddle Foolliall League opens 1949 season this afternoon with a double-header scheduled for Haley Field. The first game Is set fo 4 o'clock. All four teams In Ihc league. Cen tral, Sudbury, l.angc and Catholl arc slated for action In Ihc opening double header with the Fighting Irish of Catholic meeting Central's Crimson Tide In one game nnd Sudlniry's liulldogs playing the Langc Wildcats in the other. Tills Is the third season for the grade school league and this year t is under the directorship of oach Russell Moslcy. dlec-tor o( hlctlcs at Blythevllle High School, oach Mosley will be assisted by 0 Hlylhevllle High Srhool athletes, 1 seniors, who are serving as oaches for the four teams. Coach Mosley stated yesterday Blytheville Golfers To Swap Strokes With Jonesboro A team of golfers from the Bly- thevillc Country Club will journey to Joncsboro Sunday tor a dual meet vilh Joncsboro linfciinen the Jonesboro Country Club course Belv.'ecn 20 and 25 members ol the Blythevllle club are expccter to make Ihe trip to Jonesboro. Thi p will be the Blythevillc golfers' firs meet ol this .sea-son. Feature match of Ihe meet wil pi t Billy Joe Demon of Wilson, member ol Ihe local club and former top-rate Memphis amaleui against John Buslck ol Joncsboro, Ihe 194'. state amateur champion. A return match on the niythe- vllle course has been booked for later this summer. Pelicans Whip Chicks Twice; Take Second By the Associated Presi New Orleans took both games of a doubleheader, 6-3 and 9-0, from Memphis last night to leap from fourth tc second place in the Southern Association standings. A scheduled twin bill between the leadiii? Little flock Travelers an the Mobile Bears was called in the liilril inning of the first game be c.mse oi rain. A Nashvlllc-Allanta double-head. T and a single game between Chattanooga and Birmingham alsi were r.rned out. Butterflies can tel) differences In Ihe sweetness of liquids that laste alike to human beings. : The district Class B and Junior ',high meets will nlso be run oft this :; afternoon. Osceola, the defending iB champion, will be on hand lo dc" lend its crown against four or five other B teams of Ihe district. At least one other Mississippi County I'B school, Dell, Is expected to enter ": E team In the meet. • Blythevllle's Papooses, defending .district and state junior champions, ••will not participate In either the irdlstrlct or the stale meets Ihls year, "leaving both events wide open for ;, new champions. Osceola's Junior j Semlnoles nnd Joncsboro's Whlrl- • winds are the top ranking teams , in the district Junior event with Dell .. expected to finish strong. HARRISON. Ark., April 20—HP —Harrison High School will ha\ Ark plons will be determined on a percentage basis with each learn playing every other learn in Ihe league at least onc 'flic grammar school program was Inaugurated here In 1847 by Coach Coacll Mosley staicci ycsieruuy I[I.IUKUL.\H:H m..i. ••• .."• "j -•rat only six games would be played I Dill Godwin and is sponsored an- J ... ... , „ ii.. 1... t\,r. r*l,i,..i L-.nti A r Ill/it If the IciiRiie this year with two nmcs scheduled for next Friday Itcrnoon and. two more the follow- IB Friday night. The league chnm- nimlly by the Chicasaw Athletic Club. A similar program Is carried on In the fall of each year by '.he Blvthevlllc Y. Osceo/o Legion Juniors To Play Memphis Team The Osceola American Legii Junior baseball team will play th 1948 champions in the Everltt Boy League in Memphis Sunday at 3:3 p.m. at Hale Field in Osceola, was disclosed today. The game expected to l>c une of the toughe: of the season for the Osceola team Their opponents will be the Weona Grocers' entry in the Memphis lea- Kiie. onesboro Picks lobert Malcolm As Grid Mentor JCNESBORO, Ark., April '29. Wi —Clarence Gels was promoted to ull-time athletic director of the onesboro Public Schoo) system to- lay, and a new senior high football oach was named. Gels has been serving as both athletic director and senior high ;rid mentor. The new football coach, who will alee over Aug. 15, Is Robert (Dusty) Malcolm, former Henderson State Teachers College athlete who has been head coach al Eudora High School for the past three years. He played high school football under Gels at Texarkiuia. Ark. The changes were announced by Dr. Ralph Sloan, chairman of the school board's Athletic Committee Eugene Osment will remain as head basketball coach and assistant football mentor. 17.00 down; 100-130 Ibs 13.00-15.75; good sows 400 Ibs down 14.75-16.00; over 400 Ibs 12.75-14.50; stacs 11.501350. Cattle 500; calves 650; about steady In cleanup trade; odd lots of medium fleshed lightweight steers and helfcre 22.00-23.00; common Livestock Hc-ul Courier News Want Ads. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., April 29. VV)— (USDA)— Hogs 10.000; market 25 to 50 lower ihan Thursday's average: good and choice 180240 Ibs 17.50 to mostly 17.15: lop 18.00 for about two loads; 250-300 Ibs 16.75-1750; around 310 Ibs 16.25; 140-170 Ibs 16.00-17.:5; largely Service — That's Our Motto.' We spare no effort In providing an EXTRA everyday prescription service which means extra con- venlence to vou Feel tret- to call on us at any tune Prompt delivery service Phone 507 WOODS DRUG STORE nd medium cows 17.00-18.75 with Kid head of good 19.50: canners ud cutlers 1S.50-1U.50. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday & Saturday "GUN SMUGGLERS" with Tim Holt Cartoon & Serial Saturday Nile Owl Show 'BELLE OF THE YUKON" with Randolph Scott Also Cartoon Sunday. Monday and Tuesday "Blood on the Moon" will) Robert MKchum Warner News &• Shorl coaches two Unlvcrstiy of ansas athletes who have completed their elgibllity for college competition. Jaine.i Crafton, who graduated In January, will be football coach, and Paul Colcman, who graduates In June, will coach basketball, Supt R, L. Smith announced. 'State's Sportsmen Told • To Expect Stead/ Decline . In Hunting and Fishing '• LITTLE ROCK. April M M»i— The ;'i president of the National Wildlife :,' Manarjement Institute fold Arkan.! sis sportsmen yesterday they can i; look forward to a steady decline in •i their hunting and fishing success. '.! The reasons, said Ira N. Gabrlcl- ;j «on, Washington, at- a meeting of ;; the Arkansas Wildlife Federation ^»nd the State Game and Fish Coni:; mission here, are: 'I 1. Growing of the stale's popula- "tion decreases the habitat of wild.'Uife: ^ 2. The growing number of sports:: men, as reflected by increased ';! license sales. Bus Office Opens ai 7 Wc«k Nl&ht Show Starts at 1:30 Matinee Saturday & Sunday at '1 p.m. with continuous ihowlng. Safe of Poisonous Bends to Be Probed \ HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. A.irll 19. (/P> ', —Sale of allegedly poisonous bc-arts : on dolls at gift shops here will be investigated. Secretary-Manager John Nelson of the Hot Springs Chamber of • Commerce said he had asked state • and federal authorities to make ' laboratory tests to determine if the . beads are poisonous. ;, And el Little Rock. Dr. T. T. Row. ' state health olflcer. also said he had instructed the Pood and Drus Division o! his department to in: vestigate. : A Memphis couple reported purchase here of « doll whose beads were identified as jcfuiirlty beans, dangerous when bitten into. Nelson snici he found six shops here selling the beads. The Memphis couple said the beads nlso were . on sale in Little Rock shops. Friday & Snlurday 'RIDERS OF THE LAW" Boh Sifcle Serial: Chaplor 4 of "REX & K1NTV SATURDAY MIDNITF, SHOW Starts 10:45 p.m. "Behind Locked Doors" MURDER WAS THE ONLY WAY OtJTI Luoille Bremer. 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