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PAGE SIX Mel Mack Hay are Chicks' Captains; Newman Reports The Chicks did two things of importance yesterday as they entered ih« tlij.-.i week ot their pre-season practice period—they elected team co-captains and welcomed the newest member of their coaching staff. For the first time In history _>— • —- „ of BLYTHEVrT.LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS the school, (he Chicks will have twin brothers as co-captains. Mel Hay, the tribe'* passing nee »nd his twin brother. Mack, an end, were elected captains yesterday afternoon. Mel and Mack .both two ye a r lettermen and seniors, were picked by the II returning leUermen as field general for the 1951 team The election was held prior to 5'esterday afternoon's practice session. Coach Bob Newman, who was recently appointed as coach of the Chick's B te,am, as>ume<l hLs duties yesterday and assisted Head Coach Russell Mosley and his Assistant, Bil! Static tl, at yesterday's practice session. Newman, a native of El Dorado, Is expected to begin his B pro gram either today or tomorrow. The B team ivas slated to draw equipment yesterday but a last minute change of plans postponed that until today or tomorrow. Cooler Wealher Welcomed The Chicks also welcomed cooler practice weather yesterday as they hustled through a two and a half hour drill session. Twenty-seven candidates were on hand for the beginning ' of the third week of drills with no newcomers reported. The opening .of *chool did not swell the Chicks ranks as it was expected, However, the coaches have hopes that more candidates will report this week. The Chfcks witnessed only light drills yesterday, Most of the practice session was spent in running and other conditioning exercises as the tribe prepped for tougher drills later in the week. The training tempo will gain momentum today with another hard session. With only eight more practice days left before the opening of the 1951 season Coach Mostcy will have his team hard at work, by mid-week and ready to enter the final phases of the pre-season practice period the first of next we«k. Cards in Third Place After Double Victory By THE ASSOCIATKI) PKKSS It's almost like old time.; what wilh the St. Louis Cardinals coming up with a fast sprint In the stretch drive. '-^Almost, hut not rjuite. Instead nf alining for the National League ring, the Cards are gunning to regain their reputation as a first division team. Riding high on their longest winning streak of the season, the Red nlrds romped over the Cincinnati Burdette High Gridders Book 7 J Grid Games BDRDETTE, Sept. 4. — Burdette High School's grlddera will play an ll-gam« ichedute during the 1851 M«son, according to Coach Charley BJms. Coach' 81ms last night announced hl» team's schedule for th« season which will open next Friday night • gainst Corning at Corning. Coach Sims' Pirates have been working out daily since Aug. 30 Hi* roster includes 28 squadmen. Construction of * new football field al the high school has not been completed, Coach Sims said, Tvhtch will necessitate th« Pirates playing most of their games away -rom home. The Pirates' coach said hU team will play two night games •t Osceola and that he hoped ko play one. or two In Blytheville. The schedule: D»te Opponent* Sept. 1 Corning Sept. 1- Shawnee Blytheville B Unrteter- Bept. 21 Sept.. 38 Oct. 5 dot. n Oct. ]» Oct. 28 NOT. 2 Nov. « NOT. 18 Where there there Hughes Luxora Reiser Luxora Trumann Lepanto Trumann • Wilson mined Osceola there Osceola here here there there AMERICAN IKAGDE Cleveland . New York . Boston . Chicago . ., Detroit . ., Washington Philadelphia St. Louis . ,. , 84 82 77 11 61 , 53 54 40 .632 .631 .002 .538 .462 .414 409 .310 NATIO.VAt, LCAGUE W L Pel. 84 4!4 )2!i 22'. 281 i 2814 G.B. Little Rock Birmingham Mobile Memphis . Nashville . . Atlanta . . Chattanooga New Orleans 30 '.4 XKSTKKI.AY'8 RKSUI,TS National l^ajrue Brooklyn 7-7, Boston 2-2 Philadelphia 6-1, New York 3-3 St. Louis 4-7, Cincinnati 1-1 Chicago 11-3, Pitt.sburRh 10-4 (1st gnme 12 Innings, second game 7 innings) American League Cleveland 3-«, Chicago 3-1 New Yo* 3-2, Philadelphia 1-3 Boston 3-B, Washington 2-4 Detroit 8-2, St. Louis g-3 (first game 13 innings) Southern Aomclxllim Nashville J-4. Little Rock 0-8 Memphis 5-3, Chattanooga 1-4 Atlanta 2-S. Mobile 0-0 Birmingham 3-2, New Orleans 1-8 TODAY'S GAMES National I*a|rne Ho games scheduled American Lra/rtif Chicago lit Cleveland (night) Only game scheduled Southern Association Chattanooga at Memphis Nashville at Little Rock Birmingham at Mobile Atlanta at New Orleans lieds In n holiday doiiblehendcr at Sportsman's Park yesterday, 4-1, and 7-1. The- t\vln triumph made It seven straight and nave the Cardinals a third place standing. The triumphs were rcRisterecl by Max I.anler and Al Brazil?, a couple of olrttlmors who knew the Cardinals when. For Lanicr it was victory No. 100 in his 12 years of major league activity. It WHS Brnzlc's 51st appearance of the year, and he came through with a three-hit nivforni- ance to claim Jiis fifth triumph. Another old standby, Stan (The Man) Musial boosted his major league total to i.soD hits In 10 seasons with five singles for the day At Detroit yesterday the st Louis Browns came out of their two-game date wilh the Tigers on a 50-50 basis. The Tigers took the opener in 13 Imimus, 6-5. and the Browns won the nlchtcap. 3-2. Ned Carver, suddenly no mystery t« opposing batters. Inst his second decision in ns ninny cinys nfler going In as a relic! pitcher in the first game. Onrver Is now 15-11 for the year. The second Rnme was won by Frcn Snnford. who completed his first game In 14 starts to clnlm a 4-8 record to dale. Ted Gray was the loser after nick in IE the Browns fnr two of his four triumphs nn previous occasions. Both the Browns and Cardinals are Idle today. Premature Birth NEW YOHK (AP)—A newborn, premature Infant Is nearly 6.000 times as susceptible to death as a school child, says Dr. I,. Emmett Holt, Jr., of N'ew York Universl.y- Bellevue Medical Center. If they can be pulled through.,. ,. . "fully 90 per rent are as healthy i rl<1 lhe Mar 'nes to as one could ask." Famous prema- \ • ture babies Include Isaac Newton, j Semi-Pro Meet In Semi-Finals WICHITA. Has., Sept. .. 6P>— The LaFayctte, Ind., Red Sox nnd 'he Atwater, Calif.. Packers meet tonight In the semifinals of the National Semipro Baseball Tournament. The winner will play (he Sinton, Tex., Oilers, the tournament's only undefeated team, for the championship tomorrow night. Sinton eliminated Fort Wayne, Ind.. Capehnrts, the defending champions. 1-0, last night. The Indiana team had won four successive semlpro titles. Atwaler earned a semifinal berth by edging Fort Campbell, Ky., 3-2, in 13 Innings. LaFayette had an easier lime, healing the Camp LcJune, N. c., Marines 9-3. Lefty Kenty sterling five hits. Voltaire, Charles Darwin, Victor Hugo, Napoleon, and Winston Churchill. The true horned toad of South America lives on birds, mice, and Irons, and will altnck humans. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1W1 T<? CROWN—A wrestler's bridge is included —' * "• • Travs Split with Vols To Sew Up SA Pennant By THE ASSOCIATE!) I'HKSS Since la!e on a Wednesday night, August 1. the Little Rock Travelers have been driving directly toward the 1951 Southern Association pennant. Last night the Travelers arrived. They clinched the championship. Early the nicht of Aug. 1 Birm- »—— ' ihghnm whipped Little Rock, 10-1, and cut the Travs' .league lend to a few scattered percentage points. The night before Birmingham had won a doubleheadcr. But in the second game of that AUK. I doubli-header, Little Rock won, 8-0, when it needed mast to win. And the next night the Travelers, whipped-Birmingham twice. Since then Birmingham has fad- Fields, Mobley Win Mat Feud Peterson, Carr Beaten In Long, Rough Bout Things got rough In the American Legion'., wrestling matches at Memorial '•- Auditorium Inst night with « brand new. red hot feud between Charlie Carr and Lee Fields spnrklne the show. It all started In the preliminary bouts and It gained in momentum as (he night proceeded. After Rex Mobley, Fields' tag' bout partner, hnd defeated Tommy Peterson, Carr's partner. In the first one- faller Carr and Fields squared nwny nnd battled furiously for 30 minutes with the bout being declared a draw. Then cnmo the tag bout and Carr and Fields took up where they had left off in the preliminaries. The two grapplers tried every irick the book on the other with Fields finally chasing Carr from the ring alter right minutes. Then he turned on Peterson to pin htm in four miniilrs with drop kicks. Cnrr then returned to the ring but Mobley tvilckly took core of him with cartwheels in two minutes. The second round went to Peterson and Cnrr. Carr irot Mobley in nine minutes with a crab hold and a minute later Peterson defeated Fields In the same method. The third fall was n slugfest frequented with free-for-alls. Fields and Mobley won out in the end with Fields Inking cnre of Peter- win in rive minutes with drop kicks and Mohlcy pinnori Carr in six minutes with cartwheels. That gave Fields and Carr the match. But it wasn't over. Enroute to the dressing room;; the four prap- nlers took up their differences again in the rinssirte aisles and lists and chairs flew for several minutes before C»rr ni:rf Peterson finally broke for the dressing rooms. ed, flopped and fallen nnrt Little Rock has played on like a champion. Little Rock lost the first game of a doubleheader with Nashville, 2-0. lust night hut the defeat didn't cost ihe Travs a penny in percentages. Second place Mobile also lost 2-0 to Atlanta and the defeat removed all mathematical chnnce.s Mobile had of taking first place. Mobile lost the second game to Atlanta 5-0 while Little Rock came back to defeat Nashville 6-4 on Hal Simpson's three-run homer and Jim Cronins two-run four bagger. Chattanooga and Memphis split —Chattanooga winning the nightcap. 4-3. alter Memphis won the opener 5-1. Birmingham defeated New Orleans 3-1, in the first game of another Labor Day rinublehender and took second place from Mobile with the victory. New Orleans won the second game, 8-2. Little Rock last won » southern championship In 1942. This crown is the .Travelers fourth. . Luxora Tigers To End Season In Sunday Tilt LUXORA, Ark.. Sept. 4—The Luxora Tif-crs. District three N. A. i B. champions, close out their 1951 baseball season nn the home diamond Sunday when they meet the Blytheville Air Base nine. Sunday's contest will be a replay of game between these two teams when .hey struggled through a twelve inning 10-10 tie August 19. The Tigers have twenty one wins out of thirty contests for the year, including the district and state N. A. I. B. tourneys and the Monette and Lepanto Invitational affairs. Lust, Sunday on the local diamond the Dyersburg, Tennessee Coca Cola nine combed two Tiger hurlers for fifteen hits and twelve runs as they cuffed the Luxoranj 12-2. Max Dingier, Tiger starter, lasted for Just five innings, giving up nine hits and six runs and being tagged ror the lass. Reliefer Dud Lutes fared little better in his four Inning stint. B r a s f i e 1 d, Dyersburg pitcher, spaced five Tiger hits over the route for the win. Hugh Wright, paced the Luxora hitters with two hits Head Courier News Classified Ads. j in as many attempts. 'Hidden Team' Incident Brings Charley Dressen a $100 Fine NEW YORK. Sept.. 4. (.-Pi — Brooklyn Manager Charlie Dressen has been notilicti—in an indirect but a forceful way—that the National League will not stand for any more ol his "hidden team" tricks The Dodgers' pilot was fined $100 yesterday for what Ford Frick. president of the league, sntd was "failure to control his players and his bench."Charlie cleaned out his bench during a boisterous game with the New York Giants Sunday at the Polo Grounds and sent his men to the Brooklyn clubhouse In deep centprficld. Dressen's purpose was to keep his athlete.-; from getting Into any mere squabbles with Umpire At Bnrlick. who had already banished pitcher Ralph Brnnca and outfielder Dick Williams. Prick also fined Iwo Brooklyn players. Hi> assessed pitcher Don Ntwcombr S75 for "using vile anrt profane language." Me slapped a $23 penalty on second baseman Jackie Robinson for refusing to leave the same when he was ordered to do so by the umpire. Injections Ease Disease NEW YORK. ItPi— To relieve pain in osetecarthrttis of the knees. Dr H. Berger tells of using injections Into the Joints of procaine hydro chloride Results were goon, with i small group of patients all im proved, and some completely reliev ed, he writes in the New St.ite Journal of Medicine. York A's Again Knock Yankees Out of Lead With Split as Cleveland Sweeps Pair fy JOE KEICHLER Associated Prew Sports Writer Philadelphia's carefree Athletics are going nowhere in the American League race but they are having a great deal to say which team will win the flag. Continuing; their role of "spoilers," Jimmy Dykes' seventh placers yesterday held New York to a split in their Labor Day double-header to dump the Yankees out of first place. Taking advantage of (he A's second game 3-2 win after the Yankees hart copped the opener, 3-1, the Cleveland Indians regained first place by sweeping a pair from Chicago's White Sox, 5-3 and 6-1, The Tribe now has a half-game lead on the Yankees but must keep a wary eye out for Boston's unpredictable Red Sox, who whipped Washington twice, 3-2 and 8-4, to climb within four and a half games of the top. The Red Sox, who open a three- game scries in New York tomorrow, are very much In the thick of things as they are only two games behind Cleveland in the important lost" column. They have played five fewer games than the Indians. Nine of their remaining games, however, are with the Yankees. Nsw York and Cleveland face each other only twice more. Brooklyn's Dodgers increased their first-place margin in the National League to six games over New York, defeating the Boston Braves twice by 7-2 scores white the Giants were dividing a pair with the Philadelphia Phillies. The Giants won the nightcap. 3-1, alter Philadelphia had taken the opener, 6-3. Elsewhere, the St. Louis Cardinals stretched their winning .streak to seven straight with 4-1 and 7-1 triumphs over Cincinnati. Chicago and Pittsburgh split, the Pirates earning a seven-inning 4-3 win alter the Cubs had captured the first game. 11-10, in 12 innings. Detroit's Tigers and the St. Louis Browns divided « twin-bill. The Tigers gained a _-5 verdict in 13 innings only to have the Browns bounce back to win the second game, 3-2. Shanlz, Hooper Win Little Bobby Shantz and big Bob Hooper combined- to pitch Philadelphia's second - game triumph over the Yankees as the A's continued to have a lot o.f fun with contenders. Shantz did 'not permit a score until he weakened in the seventh. Then Hooper took over and retired the last eight Yankees to preserve the lefthander's Mth win- It marked the third time in three weeks that the A's had shoved (he Yankees off the top perch. Johnny Sain, veteran righthand- er, recently purchased from the Braves, made a brilliant Yankee i I debut, setting down the A's with five hit, 1 ; in the opener. A two-run homer by Hank Bauer proved the difference. A pair of singles by Ferris Fain were the key blows In the A's victory. Bob Feller registered his 21st victory and. Steve Qromek spun a brilliant three-hitter as the Indians nattered five Chicago hurlers for SI hits. Cleveland scored early in each game. Four runs In the first two innings iced the opener and five tallies in the first inning put away the nightcap. A second- Inning homer by Ray Coleman spoiled Qromek's shutout bid. Clutch hitting oy Walt Dropo, Dom DiMaggio and Bobby Doerr plus pinch pitching by Ellis Kinder helped the Red Box win two despite the absence of grippe-ridden Ted Williams. Dropo's homer with a man on base climaxed a three-run first inning when Boston scored all its nins in the opener. DiMaggio and Doerr balled in two runs apiece in the nightcap. Kinder successfully relieved winners Mel Parnell arvd Chuck Stobbs in each game. Cajnpane.lt Spark. Bams Jerry Priddy's double in the 13th off Ned carver scored Johnny Groth with the run that won the first game for Detroit, Fred Marsh's two-run single in the sixth gave the Browns their split. Roy Campanula, playing despite two flcating cartileges In hb left elbow, cracked out six consecutive hits to lead the Dodgers to their holiday sweep. The husky catcher hit two homers, a double and single in the opener and batted in five runs. His homers, one a grand slammer were Nos. 30 and 31 of tile season. Campy and Andy Pafko led the second-game attack as rookie Clem Labine pitched his second straight victory in as many^ig league starts. Roy singled and doubled in his first two times at bat. Pafko batted in three runs with a double and his 23rd homer. Richie Ashburn homered with two on and Bill Nicholson followed suit with one man aboard to give the Phils a five-run fifth-inning and pitcher Robin Roberts hi* 16th victory. Second-game homers by Alvin Dark and Whitey Lockman ' gave the Giants a split. After Max Lanier scattered nin» hits for his 100th major league victory, Alpha Brazle hurled a three- hitter as the two veteran southpaws pitched the Cards to their double win over Cincinnati. Enos Slaughter drove in four runs and Stan Muslal collected w fire hits in ' the double header. The" last hit wa* No. 1,600 for Muslal, Ted Wilks, making his first start, stopped the Cubs with six hits after Chicago had beaten the Pirates in the I3-inning opener on a bloop two-out single by Roy SmaHey. El Dorado Salesman Wins Oil Belt Golf Tournament EL DORADO, Ark., Sept. 4. (JT>— Paul Collum, El Dorado oil company salesman who has had a habit of finishing second In state golf competition, was a champion today. the 27-year-old sharpshooter, in the State Amateur the' past two years, won the 26th annual Oil Belt Tournament yesterday. Collum staved off a late bid by defending champion kWalter Ebel Jr.. of Hot Springs to cop the title one up, in the 18 hole final match at the El Dorado Country Club. While a gallery of 400 persons looked on, Collum piled up a four- hole lead on the first nine. Then Ebel made his move. The Hot Springs, shotmnkcr won the 10th and llth holes. The contestants halved the 12th, and then Ebel won the 13th. From there In. they halved every hole. Both shot sub-par golf, Collum's 68 H'as three under par; Ebel fired a 69. • . Collum has played In the Oil Belt Tournament since he was a teenager. His best previous finish WM second in 1943. In the semi-finals, Ebel ousted HORS Collins, the Arkansas Open and Amateur champion, 5 and 4. Collum whipped Tom Walsh of Greenville, Miis., 3 and 1. Time Out LINCOLN, 111. (API—If the local laddies had been called to a fire, there might have been a birth oii the way. Smoky, the traditional Dalmatian of the fire department, came up with just one pup. All hands waited anxiously because the puppy wa» horn on the seat ot the pumper firt truck. WANTED: MECHANICS We need two good mechanics. . .must know International trucks and Farmall tractor*. Top Wages. BE.N F. BUTLER CO. Osceolo, Ark.—Phone 220 i straight bourbon whiskey at a straight whiskey proof r, «~ V~2,7 r ~ f ~' t - '"*' '~ -$"--—•*p r :iT'.-"*r—<r-<'*crTrXv-^-«*-t-—-j~v--•••.-...«•..._~™- ^* _^.».^'>\ . _.- J m _ _ ... rmlonwc. to a man's tatt*. A KICK* OUT OF THE MID-SOUTH 5 50,ooo 'p cW P*&ftit<#t4/ || * WcrVfi Oar^iomM; dOWO * If !«*«r MM too* Sknr * ludrj- Utt W B*m KVKltfHKa. • NATIONAL RBERDEEHHGUS.Mw.uu • NATIONAL JuniOR *SPQRTSMfN'S MEMPHIS FAIRGROUNDS SEPT. 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