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FACE ICC " BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 10-19 Tigers Turn Back Yanks 10-2; Cards, Dodgers Triumph Kj- }ae Krirhlrr A^nrlnled %PU S|K)rls Wrilrr Waleli out, New York! Shove over, Clevelaml ami Ros- fon .Jlake I'oom Tor aiiotlicr (•hiiniant to the Ainei'icmi J.eax'iie throne — the dashing Detroit Tigers. A week ago, the odds iiiaiii|itilators had written off the pennant chances of the Tigers. A three-team race it was, they said. Today, these odds-makers arc issuing a new line willi Detroit given a chance to cop, albeit, a slim one. They enhanced ihcir chances con-* ---- siderably last nlglit \vhcn they turn- , ed back the Yankees. 10-2, in the ' league leaders' back yard . The victory gave [he fourth place Bengals a record of 13 triumphs ill their last IS games, a much faster gait than that of the Yankees, runner-up Indians or third place Red Sox. It moved limn svilli seven and s hair games of the top. Flal Neu'houser, who had failed in six straight July attempts to notch his l!th. victory, finally made it uith a 10-hit performance against. the Yankees. HOW THEY STAND New York Cleveland w r,o Drtroit PhUadpi|)Jiia . ... ! Chicago ulils Bc;itcn '. Wa.shiti'jton . ... TJie 'J'it;cr.s backed Ncwhouser's, St. L/iiu.^ pitching uiih a 14-hit attack which! blasted Allie Keynolds from tlie. ! NATIONAL hill. I The Indians whipped weary \Va*h- j gt. I/mi.s ington jj-l, as E'arly \Vynn held his , R 1( >okl\-u former mates to nine .scattered hiLs t vj cw y^rV /or his ninth victory. The triumph • gy^j,, cut the Yankees' margin to threi-' " and a half panics. The Red sox tallied once in the" last half of the ninth to eke out a 4-3 win over the St. Louis Browns. Dom DiMaggio singled and scored the winning run. The hit extended ' DiMag's consoc-ntive hittiug .streak Ihrough 29 games. The triumph movert the third place Bosox to within six gmnes of the Yankees. The Philadelphia Athletics ended a three-game losing streak and a 27-inning scoreless drought, defeat- ( Meinnlii^ ing the Chicago White Sox. 5-2. • cliatinnoo^n Cards 7, Braves 1 The SI. IjOiiis Cardinals retained their half game adviinUtge over Brooklyn in the National League race, coming from behind to defeat the Boston Braves, 7-2. Red Mimgrr pitched a five-hitter for his tenth victory. Stan Musial ted the n-hit attack \vlth a double, triple and single. The Brooklyn Dodgers doivned the Pittsburgh Pirates. 5-2, behind the five-hit pitching of Rex Barney. GH Hodges hit a home rim nnd double to drive in three Dodger runs. Bob Chesnes was the loser. The Cincinnati Reds exploded with 15 hits to swamp the Philadelphia Phils,, 11-3. In the only afternoon conte.st, the New York GianLs shut out the Chicago Cubs. 3-0, for their fifth consecutive victory. ! Philadelphia , 1 pjtt-sbm-ph : Cincinnati ! Chicago SOUTHERN Bi: tninebam . Nashville , ;:UobiLe . ; New Orleans ; Atlanta Little Rock 55 SI . 41 . 34 W 59 . 48 . 5\ f>2 . 50 . 45 . 39 . 36 W f>3 Chevrolet Boys Top Ark-Mo r 4-0 John Eosley Gives Up Only Ont Blow to Softball Loop Leaders Sullivan-Nelson's champion Chevrolet the [eilyue-learllng defending Boys sluil out Ark-Mo Kilo- Pet. .625 588 561 545 Pet. 603 .604 52G 525 .510 Pet. .6'B 611 ,533 ,;-)19 ,4B1 452 .406 .387 Yrsterrlnv'« Results AMKUirAN t.KAHUK Detroit 10 New York 2 Cleveland ft Washington 1 Boston 4 St. Loins 3 Philadelphia 5 Chicago 2 might) NATIONAL I.KAf.UE N'ew York 3 Chicago 0 Brooklyn 5 pittsbursh 2 St. Loni.s 7 Boston 2 Cincinnati 11 Philadelphia 3 waiters 4-0 List night, behind the one-hit hurling oi lanky John Busley The tone Kit Riven up by Easley was a third-inning double by op- po.sing pitcher Stewart Gurley. Tliat hit .spoiled a perfect xame as only 22 Kikniaiter.s went to bat and only out got on ba.se. The defeat, Ark-Mo'.s .second Ihl.s year, cut the Kilowatt ers league iead to a .slim one-half game over second place Phillijxs Motor Company F>irdmen who face a crucial te.st agrtinsi Ei win Jone. 1 ) and the Biytheville Motor Company Motor- in t*n in tomorrow night's fij'.st game, PhiJliixs lias a .sou.snn record of nine wins Hi^nn.st, only tfireo tleteat.s, i Easloy's one.-hit miisict piece was i ihe ueaiest thing ut a perfect game ! played tn the league tiii.s year In i -siiite ot (wo no-hit tjci Ini niance.s j turned in. He funned seven and \ failed to sJve up a .single base on bolls. The Che\ ne.s got to Ourlcy for votal nf six base hits, inchitling twfj-nui homer by third bn.seman Pele nitrntuim. llumham'.s blow i w«s the deciding clinit for it bi-okc up a iljiht pitching duel In the sixtli I inning and gave the Cnevvie.s a 2-0 | lead. SuUivati-Nel.son's other (wo t lun.s came in the .seventh frame. In la.st night',s scconc! game the HoltHiid Lions came Irom helitnd in the thud inning to lie the Tla- zorback Dri\*e-In nine 4-4 and go ; on to v>'n by a 7-4 count. | Tlie Ra^orback. 1 ! scored all their I rurs in the first two innings wilh j two-run rallies in each. They sur- | rendered their lead n: the third howevev when tho Lions scored four on four bases on balls and one hit, double The Luui'i came back In the voi-y nexi inning lo chn.sc home three norc i im.s for the necessary mar- cin while holding the na/.^rback.s sccreies, 1 : (V-nuffh five frame.s wtio pitcliPcl for the R'>?:o]-b;!ck.s, yieklrd only four ba^e hit 5 : bin" bis vvikiurw kcnt him in con.sLiint trouble after the third innlncr. He cave up seven free passes and six cnoi'S by his team mates ! hi'ft hi? rausc. | Gardner Norrid went al] the way STILL TRIM—Major Ernie Nevers. USMCR, left, still trim and hearty, looks over football prospects with former California All. America. Capt Bob Herwig, at Camp Pcndletun. Calil The all- time Stanford tullhnck and California Polytechnic coach arc 1 aiding L'.. Col. Bcrnie Bierman of Minnesota in instructing rcguiav Marine Corps coaches in the Bay area. Defense Against Split-T Formation A Problem Even to It's Originator Cotton Pickers Have Idle Day Other 5th District Legion Team* to See Action Today The Blylheville Cotton IMckcrs ere Idle this afternoon due lo Ihe jo.stponemcnt of 'heir scheduled ^jfth District League contest with he Marion-We.st Memphis junior Legion nine, Coach Jaiucs Pisher said today. The same was poMponed. until later date due to the West Mcm- ihis team's participation in the state Legion tournament at Cami. The 5tatf tourney opened yesterday and extends through the tnfljor part of the week. Coach Fi- 5 her stated that his efforts to obtain a game with some other team In this area to fill the open date M'erc fruitless yesterday Ife .said that-he called several teams in this area but al' had previously scheduled games. However. Oreoln, lAixora am Manila were a I! elated for league action tod.iy nnd tonight. Luxor a and O.SL-eola arc scheduled for conte.st at Hale Field tonight and Manila was hooked to nice Tnnnann at TniNiiuin this after uoon. In othci* IcaRue fcnme.s today an tonight tl)e league-lead ing Black burn-Stevens nine of Memphi was to (ilny the Caraway Scnatoi at Caraway and Marked Tre journeyed Co llarri.sburg. . I Missco Fishermen Take Giant Gar From Mississippi An alligator gar measurini; 75 inches in lenatli and weighing 117 pounds was landed ycslcrday by four Tomato fishermen in a Mississippi River chute near Tomato. The big gar was landed by John Carson. Max Dingier. Corby Dingier and Leon Jordan while they were seining for minnows in shallow water of the chute. A thrice-folded strand of garden wire fencing and a .410 guage shotgun was used to land the big fish. Mr. Carson sai t ] tile gar broke through the men's minnow spilling while they were seining in I lie shallow water. The wire fencim: was oblaine t | to keep trie fish in shallow water ami two bbsls from the fliotemi enabled the men to pull the fish onto shore The f;sb died i three hours later. Mr. Jnrilan said. The. car was ihe \aisrsl exhibited here in some tim 1'iit it was reported that a stil! laiL-er one was . captured recently near Bnrfield. SOfl'HKKN l.KAGUE .Mobile 4-4 Chattanooga 0-2 Liule nock 6 Atlanta 5 Birmingham 7 Memphis 3 Nashville 5 New Orleans 4 [oclav s Games A.MICIflCAN l,KA<iUE Drtroit, at New York St. Louis at. Boston Chicago at Philadelphia i Cleveland at Washington ' f nr the Linn.' »vc I- foi-ri. B-.X snores; Siillivnn-Xrlscni anri was trm?hcd for J t lie Jonesboro Takes 2-1 Contest from Victoria Red Sox VICTORIA. Ai'fj- 'A The Jonesboro Her! Sox ed^-ed out the Victoria Red Sox 2-1 la.st niyhi In a thriller played under the lifihU 01 Hale Field In O.sccola. Lee Weldon wa.s on the mound for Victoria aiul gave up seven hits, walked four and struck out four. Ernio Crone hurled for Jonesboro and f;:n p e up fwe hits, fanned three and walked only one. Victoria Jumped into the lead in the fourth inning oti a 360-foot homer by first baseman Ashabrjm- ner. Jonesboro came b;ick in the fifth to knot the score imd pushed \Vesl Memphis looses CAM DEN Ark.. Aug. 3. JAP) — Piny I'/ent into the second day \ the Arkansas American Les Junior Ba-veball Tournament her * BEAUMONT, Tex.. AUR. 3. MV- J today When Don Faurot, co.ich of Mis- I Fir.st meetings between Che four Sports Roundup Hu(b FuUtrtan, Jr. n? Krtd Hayden Baltlnc far Hujh Kullerton, Jr.) NEW YORK, Aug. 3. (/I'/—When coking (or stories of racing ro- lance consider the tale of butluz nil lets dance. These seveii-ycar-old geldings, ormer stablemates, are now In the wllight of their racing careers, but hcy've already contributed one of he turf's most Interesting chapters. Neither got to the races as a uvenilc and at the time, it seemed IJ'ay. Colifornion Sets Pace in Houston Junior Tourney HOUSTON, Tex., Aug. 3. </F>— Gene Littler is a convincing little fellow. The 19-ycar-oid San Diego State College student all but has convinced 1G5 other participants m the fourth annual national Jaycce junior golf tournament that the medal tvojilvy already Is em-oute to CaU- foinia. Defending champion Littler, n short, muscular fellow who puts plenty of power behind every lee .shot, carded a fwe muler pur GG yesterday to talie a four bti'or.e lead at the hallway mark of qualifying .hey might become candidates for .he glue factory. As untried three- year-olds, they were privately purchased for a total of $3.500. Their combined earnings today stand at S4'25,585. Bu'/.fu/., which cost {2,000. has won $263.340. Lets Dance, a 51,500 bargain boasts $162,245. Another 18-hole round was on schedule today and the remainder of the Held, had little doubt but that Littler would have ihose long tec. shois right down the middle again. Match play stuns tomorrow. Thirty-eight of the 19-and-under golfers from 40 states were to be eliminated today. Another Californvan \VHS Uic only Hc j, Ro ' Rct . n i w] [J(>sleti L(IS An , llm Mo ., run five sate blows includins two p^ch ] eishlh on a wall:, passed i>v Hilly Boh E:lliott anil Paul Lip- a two ba.«e error after two were across in the ball and souri. created the split-T formation he found he also may have created a Frankenstein. It spread the defense and made his team finalists in the double elimination affair resulted last night in a 13-1 victory for Little Rock over Port Smith and a 2-0 win for Hot Springs Until Fobnmry of la.st y«r. they raced for the Miami. Fh,, Sunshme Stable of Don ChappcJ and Mose zin. I hen CJiappcll, an attor- ncy who once ran unsuccessfully Jijn Blail% „ Jcffcrji0ll cky (or governof of Florida and wlio j vvho r itl i sh ea at even WAV 71. now titbits the Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association, and Ratm Ei dissolved partnership. Iti the spiit nf the stable, Ch^ppcll got Lets Dance and Ran^in took Bu^fuic More recently, Joe Flosen acquired Lets Dance. Early iti 1045. during the national racing blackout caused by the war, Chappel was .scouting around the barn arcs at Miami's Htaleah Park to buy a horse, ^ob Robertson, who was training horses owned by the estate of the late R. D. Patterson, spied Chapped- called him over to his b^--> and, during the ensuing conservation, said he Mart a couple ol horses he n^ght sell. harder to stop hut he discovered j over Marion-We.st that it also worked both waj'.v- ] p ort _ Smith was to tneet Marion- night) NATION AT I.KAtiUE Xe'.v Vurk ,U Cliicayo Brooklyn at piU-sbm^h Philadelphia nt Cincinnnii Bosioii at St. Louis might j SOVTHKHN I.LAdlJC i All Night Ciamesi Atlanta at Memphis r> i. Birmingham at LiUlr Ruck i* New Orleans at ChMtanoti Mobile at Nashville. •I. Ark-M" 0 Sullivan-Nelson AB R I! Uiics 2t> •( 1 0 De!x>llE re •* 0 0 Whittle rf •* 1 3 j Mitchell ss Bunch Ib 3 0 1 I Keller Ib . Burnhnra 3I> 3 ' t 1 i Moon c-I Hlc-ks c 3 0 o : Perry 3b Katon c! 3 t> 0 Cfllriwel] If Br>vil] if , 2 0 0 Johnson c Eai ley p 2 1 1 < O'Kane rl out.. Victoria v.-ill play the- Caraway Ft«t Birds :it Osccola Friday night. Box score: .Inneslxiro All Piyoi 2b 3' Totals Art-Mo Moore 2h . Mi'Vton cf j v»s w | Peny Ib [ Rrniiisavnll jChitiuoi' It Roush 'I Briy 3b Ouilny p 28 . 3 . 3 . 3 . 3 . 2 . 2 . 2 .. 2 .. 2 4 6 R H 0 0 0 0 0 a o 0 0 0 0 n o o l! Totals Victoria Walls 2b (1 j Edwards 2b Ashabranncr Ib Wrinlit ct .. . Rinky-Dinks Nip David Acres Nine In Y Park Loop Holland 7. Francis c j B. Elllo t ss j Lipford Ib 22 0 1 AB R H Conner 3b Sneck ss Harris .« White c V/elclon p Totals his team had trouble stopping It. too. At least that's the experience he's had with Oklahoma. The Sooners, employing the Split-T, have beaten Missouri three straight seasons. Faurot, here lecturing on his Invention at the i]iR Texas coaching school, recounted how. in 1941, he evolved the formation that now Is spreading even to the high schools. In 1943, when he was coach of the Iowa Seahasvks. Bud Wilkinson and Jim Tatutn were his assistants. Today Wilkinson's Oklahoma team uses tile Split-T and so does T:i- tum's Maryland eleven. Tatnm first introduced it at Oklahoma before goini? to Maryland. Detroit. Mississippi. Cornell and Alabama now have installed the. formation. liecatise of the spread of the split-T, the Texas Hi!?h School II : Coaches Association brouht Faurot 2 j In io explain all its fine points this 0 I year. 1 Denison Hish School used [) I split-T in Texas last year with 0 | marked success. A flock of other •J [ Texas hich schools are due to in- 1 j stall it this season. 0 j "I am not particularly anxious — i for other schools to adopt it." he West Memphis Vhis afiernoon. i»«rt Little Rock Ls to play Hot Springs tonight. Mobile Defeats 'Nooqans Twice; Vols Nip Pelicans raid, perhaps thinking of Oklahoma. Faurot is tlsine the split-T with nn all-star schoolboy squad at the Texas coaching school. The team By Tlie Associated Press The Mobile Bears swept both ends of a double-header with the Chattanooga Lookouts last night '1-0 and 4-2. The twin victory put the Bears in third place in the Southern Association flag chase. Ken olsen handcuffed the last-place Lookouts oti live hiLs (or the shutout, and Pete Wokie also limited them to five safe blows for the nightcap victory. Second sacker Joe Damalo belted the winning homer as the Nash- thc villc Vols nipped the New Orleans Pelicans 5 and 4. The. league runners-up were trailing. 4-2. when Damato hit his second payoff home run in two joight. Both clubs collected 11 hits. Tony Jacobs was credited with the tri- Tt sifted down to whether Chappell wanted a frisky colt or an un- preposseiiing gelding which did not look as if he'd even get to the races. Dan somehow took a fancy to the "ugly duckling" and bought the gelding for $2,000. That was Buzfuz, "The buraer." which Insisted on having oranges included in his dallj fare, became a top sprinter of the nation. He's still going—in fact, is entered today in the S10.000 Oceanport Handicap at Monmouth Park Sergeant Transferred Staff Sergeant Hoy U. Goodman .son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gooclmnr of Dell, has been transferred from Itami Air Force Base at Yokota Japan, which is said to be one o the finest aerial outposts of the Far East Forces. His wife, the [orm- er Miss Marie Parish of De\l, anc their two children are awaiting government notification to join Sgi Goodman at Yokota. 0 i will p 1 ! sincle I ; North 0 0 0 1 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. 'Ana. 3 i.\P> — lUSDA' HO-S 7-iOr); bflrrow.s nnd ciit.s strong to 25 lush- er than Tuesday's a\oriiKe; sows baielv rtPady to wen}:; bill 1 -: rond and -:h -ice I90-2in ll>- L1'75-231!5: top "33 73: 26f>-70a Ibs : i tW)-'^75; ainiinri 320 Ux^ 2050: lSf>-l£)0 Ibs 22 rjO-21? 75; few 23 GO 140-170 20-50-2225; 10;--130 Ib piss 18 2025: gt»od sows 400 Ibs down IV 19.25: heavier weights M.00-17.25: Rtas.s mostly 11.00-13 SO Cattle 2100: cfiKe.ii 11.00: nrid lots gfXKi atid choice ?tcer.s 1'5 riO-^7 5^>: some choice strers held lityhor: ccwd and choice heifers and mixed, yrar- ilngs 24.00-27.0: hish rrhoicp mixed to 28,00: common and medium 5tefr.s slid hoilers .slow, littlr done: cows openir.E fully sioatiy with bulls vm change; rommon a nd nipriiuni beef cows 14.50-16.00: few v;ood tows 17.00-50; cannery and cuUers 11.0014 50: tncdinrn anri SixtA bulls largely 1700 1B.OO: feu 182.V critter und rommon bulls ]4 511-1650; siood nnd choice vealcrs 23.00-2S.OO: common ,ind mediinn 18.00-22.00. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Thr DiviMun Street Hmky-Dinks deieatcd the Diivid .vie •I- 'i :0 Ihe Hinl) Sclu.'ol yc.sierrt!!)' ulierimun in "V inti'i- [iiirk pla>. It was the second victory in a tov. tur the Kmky-Dink.-i over tinir \v;.?i end [ivals . Hubby Jones ua.s oil the hill for tht- winnirs wilh Danny Cobb r.uchin-; while CuvUs Th.ixKm hurl- td kil Davin Ac:ie.s and Billy Bum- haul \v:-.s lt>c receiver. The lo.-.ers picked np ;wo runs in Hie «[)euing 'ramc and one in \i\c third The Riiiky-nnit'> c-luilkixi up two in Ihc .-rcond :UK| '1 in the third m- Foster "ib . . . Midgcis i O. Elliott rf dli'iuuud : Pollock cf ,1. F.llio'.t If . GlKson p . . 0 2 Little Rock Prep Star I To Play in Texas Tilt LITTLF; HOCK. A u z. ?. c,r.— Henry Fitzgibbon, Little High School football star, has accepted an invitation to piny in the first East-West high -rhool football same at Corpus christi. Texa.s. Aug- ay a squad employing the wmphack of Carl Snavely of Carolina Friday night. Yesterday's Sports in Brief Holland Hester Ib Cotemau 21 Rogers ss . Walker 31) Co-Tell !f McCiircl cl Puch rf .. Norrid p Reid Hv llic* A^socialert Press Track Helsinki. Fitilaiul— Craig Dixon of L,c^ Aii-ieles won the 100-meter dash anri hi"h hurdles as U.S. team drleatpfi Finl:.nd. Coi>rnha'.!en. Denmark — America'; i rack forces won .seven events :n meet with pu-ked Dcnnmrk team. Tennis Srmlh Oniturc. N\J.— Top-?,cedcd \V:ili;un Talbcrt cleleated Tony Tra- bf-r T to *:aiii third roinid of che I Ra.stern Cria.s.s Co^ut-s champion - umph. He was one of four Nashville hurlers. and twirled no-hit ball during the four innings he worked. The loss dropped the Pels into fourth place. The pace-setting Birmingham Barons defeated Memphis. 7 to 3. after a fast Chick start. The Chicks backed up all their runs In the first two frames. Then Jim McDonald bore down ( and held them scoreless on one hit for the rest of the game. The victory ran the Barons string to six straight. It was the 12th of the year for McDonald. He lost five. The Little Rock Travelers made It four in a row from the Atlanta Crackers 6 to 5. The score was tied at 5-all when Hal Simpson cracked out 1 a line drive to brine tn the winning tally in the bottom of the ninth. I Fitzgibbon. a b.irk. was named | captain of the All-America high i school football team selected by °,thc Wigwam Wisemen of America I '•"•< ! I Club. , SSO. A June oraduatc nf the Little Rock ilish School. Fitzuibbon will enroll at the University of Ark- tall. WESTRURY, N T ,Y.— Jimmy Creed, winner »,f the national pacing derby. was uithdrawi; from Thur.iriay"s S^O.OtiD Nassau two-mile pact. 50- Nomination Confirmed c 2 1 01 aiisas this j Total.'; 25 7 4 I i<cad Courier News Want Ads WASHINGTON. Au:: 3. 'API — The Set,atr IKIS confirmed tile m.tn- niatkm of J;itnr.< Floyd to be US. mar.shal lor ihr \vr.siern DlMrict of Ark;m.sv with iicadtiuat ters at Von Smith. Wednesday £ Thursday 'LEAVE IT TO HENRY" wilh KarmonH \Valhurn anil \\a\lrr r&llrtl Nrwx antl Short Dial 4261 Bo* Office Op«n« at 7:M Show Starts at 7:30 Wednesday S Thursday "CHRISTMAS EYE" Cicorse Raft fifnritf Brent Randolph Srolt Aho Short* American Legion Arena HILLBILLY JAMBOREE Thurs., August 9 featuring Jack Pennington's Variety Gang And Gene Steele Show Begins al 8:01) Admission lo Show 2n <S: 5(lc we; DANCE — in to la-.oo Admission lo Dance 50c SKY The antelope jack rab'.iit lives chiefly in Mexico and a Mioit distance north of the bonier. NEW .Matinee at. -Sun 1 Salunla) A: Sunila} p.m I out Showing Manila, Ark. Sl,ow>. KVKKV NKill'I \Vediiesiluv & I'htirsrlav "JOHN LOVES MARY" witli llnn:ild Hi'nsan and Jack Cursun Also Shorts muni THEATRE OSCEOLA rOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Box Office Opens at 1 Week Night" Show Starts at 7:30 • Matim-c Saturday it Sunday at 2 p.m. with rontinuuus showing. The SECJRE'I of Rothrock's fXPERT Prescription Service ROTHROCKORUGCO. 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