The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 30, 1947
Page 7
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APKIL 30, l;>-i7 (AUK.) COUKIKK NEWS PAGE SEVEN Razorback Coach Lauds Grid ®rogram in Blytheville in Talk Before Booster Club Members J Louis Cherry, insurance salesman and sports entluijiasl. iTied president of the Chicka.sawaba District Kamrback liooslers •''lib ;u ;i club re-orjjam/ation meeting In the Junior Chamber ol •'•mmerce clubrooms last night. John H. Barnhill, athletic director I University of Arkansas, was the principal speaker nt tne meeting. CUicr officers elected at last night's meeting were Clmlcs Hose. ' ''St^S' 11 ' iuul Mrs ' •' n '" es R°>'. secretary-lrc'as'.'rcr. The board' dir^v'X.- .selected were Oscar Fcndler, l.eroy Hutidleslon, Fred y. liba. ,lames Terry. H. G. West, Louis Applebuum, Max Logan, Mrs. 'icta Wrolen ami J. M Stevens Jr., of Dell. •'••<".ir Fondlcr was in charge of Jncctin-4 and introduced Mr. j No Legs . . . But Hopes to Plciy Ball BASKBAl.j, STANDINGS <V»:h Darnhill tolil Hie 15 or 80 "'id spons fans present at the '"•ciinj., the value of Ihe Ha/.or" k Chilis, pointing out that inne'i "'crosl has I „ created l.'y [lie "-"del ehlb.s over the M me. In i-niiMiicnlhi^ nil tils visit lo 1-lMlirvillr. coach Itarnlnll praised I lie atlilclic program "t the "C.lythe- li'le 'schools stalin;;, "this ifvaile fuolliall j)rn<;iam that yon l':u,- |:l:iyhi[4 fmilbnll is line »f (lie s t llim^s I have seen on my lour Aik.insas cities. You eiti/ens n r lyllu'ville UHOW what you are ilo- ^ and let me say Miat ] thin? Js wonderful." ''oacli Barnliill stated that the iiiversUy of Arkansas is making "at IK cause tile citizens of [iikimsns to he prcnul of their uni- : ':-'i.y. He added (hat "Ule Unive'-'•' is endeavoring Id .set tip a mpletr athletic, program at the !«j<il io indiide all spoHs both •n'>r and major". Ra/orbacks won a Jot -)f '•Tho .lines last year and we hope Baseball Clinic Es Arranged for Arkansas Group LITTLE I?OCK, Ark., April '.'.It. iUF-1 — Final plans were being rush- etl lociay 1'or Ihe first hiuh school bast'oull clinic in Arkansas, lo conducted at Travelers Field Little Horrk Friday afternoon. 'At the helm will be Travi Manager Bill Dickey, who'll l;ivc Ihe youngsters (plenty of pointers in ciilcliinif and hitting. Oilier instructors in pitching, lii'ldini; and base ruunJiif;, will include Traveler sqnadsmon Frank ie Marino and IJobbie Mavis. A -special class in umpiring will bo supervised by a yroup of .Southern Assceiution umpires who will be Friday. The study sessions are bcinf; sponsored by the American Le- fiion and by the Arkansas Athletic Association to create an interest i in baseball throughout the state. in evrn more this year. The HI40 I T |, e c ij n j c w i]] he in conjunction •Hind had a wonderful spirit, wlih- j \vllli the high school track meet, lilt it they would lost a lo: of and will begin at 1:45 p.m. l:inuy>;i coach llarnhill .staletl in "'v'lj''' ° n llis lfl ' 15 S< !" ;K! - " l 1 ! ? 3| you are riiond of the |\im's refmxl last yeni 1 , but T would lo warn you at this time for Jnu to bo ready for anything. You l"'v lind a worse taste in your 'iniii atlor next season than you ifi after tbis .season. I'll have a letter tcnin this Fall .than 1 had st year, that is; true, but, . ; n will l-'eryouo". Immediately after Coach B^rn- lill's talk, a film of the recent Red |)H| Wiiite Sprini; game was shown the ^roup. Coach Barnhill acted : narrator, pointing out the nu?- | aniiinu players of the game. ^d S Ealiba ;;ave a short talk |:i the activities of the Ra?.orbac'.< lonster Club and presented Coach |.unhin witii n check in the amount li;i!> for membership clues col- rtnl thus far in the drive. Chili Has 101 Mfiiibi'rs j Tn ncceplim; the check. Coach Intuhili said "ou citizens of lllythe- Rcsulls nu:ii\ "n I!, f'halliinocit'.a lit. Now Orleans 7. . •: 11. Mobil . .N'ai.liville Ti 12 Blytheville, Golfers Enter Tournament T\veIVP members of tin* lllytli ville 'Country Club will j;o lo U tie UtH'k Friday lo purtit'lpulc I hi 1 invit;U)oiml yiilf tourtiiuiu'nl nt tht! MUle-Hock Country Club 1'Vl- »y, Salinxltiy iuul Suiuiuy. -Won•It Rut on, pro of the- lltylhevllli! i nl> unnouMfcct today. Piurin^s in the lont n;unt'ul p!uy ill ij<> m;t ill 1 in iU'Ccmlimro lo iu- iviilu:tl 1m mi imps with nu- ni's I" hi 1 awarded Id linv s;'o,v uUvUlimls, Members of tin 1 Umv foursomes nil will ii'pre.senl nivllirvilte in u v Umrmum'Ut HIV \V. A, AfUi-'Ec, til in 1.en! I. Jtimcs Terry, 1-YunK Vhll worth, !•; H. Ot-e t\.'.. Harry V. lUlne.s, Knluml Hisluip. UlU liml, Mi-. .). 1-:. Ueusley. u. V. ,'omu'iUe, .hmh'.s CUuii'd nuil Itus- t-ll illmh;im. }•:. II. Ciee Jr., :uul Much WU- iuiiis will accompany ihe other nbi'rs to llu* tourney for n lew ir:u'lU'i' vmuuls in ;;rep;inilhni M Ue. SCiti- lliuh .School nu'iil In I)-' lelcl in I hi* c:ipitiil city next \vei'U, on the Joh Unaware lu 1 has no lef'.s, CSlcenword lirann. Jr.. in Liltte Koufc | smile nt Maiden Hosjutal hi Maiden, Mass.. aunt, Mrs. l.iMun Kobert'ion. (ilcenu'oiid is v.ui maintenance wiirkci'. is iciiir.K to pa\ r hi.s hills. V inures ho\v l:e Ito])* 1 :! s'uin to play bar.i'ball witi dot's not know that both his livs v/cn- nmpulaln klH't-s. Mr:;, lirann, IHJI in 111!- ];i<jlmo. is also i a child. iNRA 'folcjihoto.) NATIONAL j,i:Ar.Tii: V< i k 7, HI. l,i»uis 1!. MI -1. Ciiu-iiuiati 0. ';;]- i], p]iiiad«'lpt;ia n 10. Cliii-a^n G. loclay's Games Manila Defeats Shawnee Team By 1-Run Margin The Manila Lions .strcitBhtened thetr hold on first place of the Mi.ssissir.i>i County High School Baseball League by defcatlni; the Shawnee High School Indians 0 to 8 in n game at Joiner yesterday afternoon. J. T. Harris turned in a nice relief job on the mound lo give him his fourth win against no defeats for the season. Snuford Sum- Pies started on the mom id for the Lions and his team mutes hart tied the score at 3-all, stepped aside for Harris In the fifth. Lefty Demi pitched for the Indians working all nine innings and receiving credit for the less. He dcfevve EOO,I footbaU and I Jim Smith, first baseman for the ill assure von that my sinff and Llo ; ls ' «™s t'. 16 . 1 ? 18 « >m '" Ul ° hit Giants Pull Selves from Cellar Leaving Cards Deeper in Hole assure I will (io everything to see that you it. AH that I nsk for is that you |ick with us through tcood tlays I,bad and we will all feel be!.ill thc^end." | Mr. Ft ^''r renorteil on the ac- ties of < nc membcrsliip commil- of which he is chairman. Hff |iid thai n total of 101 paid mem- vhips liad been received to date, nnvc a brief report on the eli- Ibility of membership to Ihe club iiit,' that anyone interested in University of Arkansas is oli- |!>le. Short talks \\ere »h'Pn by James ,'i-iy. president, of the first Boos- club in Blythevillc and Mr. irny. newlv designated president she or^atiixntion. Coach Barnhill and bis assistant. |.!i Barnes, arrived in Blythevillc :lay neon, ire was guest speak- tiie weekly meetinR of the Club at noon yesterday, liarbes Bill Godwin and Firman I',iwai escorted the parly on a tour i he Blythcville schools Where • witnessed a .scrimmage of the 'ill ml Crimson Tide, one of the •ail,' M'hool football teams. • Coin- and rims batted in department, collecting a triple with otic on the first, a double with one on in the fifth and n home run with two on in the sixth. Ralph led the Indians u i!h iwo for three. Batteries: Manila-Sample. 1 ;, Harris (5th) and Wagner, Manila Dean and Profitt. Score by innings: 1C II E M-milu - 101 1330 072 Shawnee - 120 001 4 8 H 3 United in Heath PHILADELPHIA (UP)—An asecl couple, wed 65 years, died here within 30 hours or each other. Mrs Celia Weiss. 81. died at midnight on a Saturday antl her husband, Harry, 00, shortly afterwards. NEW YORK. April :<0. IUP» — They've been iau^hin^; ai the Criants, they sny Oiere are timi'S . Ihcy look like Ihc Princc'Ioji \a i- . i iii (y in their britthl new omne,o and black Irimmed uniforms. \ Their outfielders throw lo tho[ wroiiK bases, their pitchers have. blown fat leads in the late innings, j (hey have? made dail^ lineup shins [ as Manager Mel Oil Irles c!es])M'-[ ately lo find a wiiiiiniuy combination. Today, afler a disma! start, there was a ray of hope and it was mainly because of the ini'-:hty hitter. Georgia Johnny Mize. H was the hulking Atizc. whose name rhymes appropriately with size, who set the pace yesterday iu a;. 7 lo '2 victory over the world champion Cardinals, a victory that elevated the Gi-ni]s to seventh and left St. I nnis alone i in the miffimilnr surroundings of last, place. Mizo i'0t only one hit. hut it was a prodigious 4(iO-foot three run homer off Howie I'oilett. lefty ace of Ihe Cardinal staff and a 21- game winner last season. Ili^ 7ahn nemorcst, Ga-, added lo an already incrcadible record with tho smash. It wtis his seventh homer in 10 games, putting him 12 days ahead of Babe Ruth's all-time record home run pace of Gf) for the season in 1G27. In that year. Ihe Babe out by Mi.-T'ji smash. lr:ivini; the ;^itJir with a H (o 0 deficit The C;i:in1s m;i(ie II! hit;; :ir, yoiim; Mon- I tia Ki'iincdy r^'atlercd seven for his. triumph. The defeat ended a five game Giant !nr;ini: s(re:ik and extemh'd ilu- cardinal losinii; strins; to six. DudKcrs Win AimMier At irbliels Mfld. the Dm'orherless l-lrxi^ers v.-'>n I heir sixth straight. 10 tn li over llu 1 rccoiut jilaec 1 Cubs o n d t ook a ; wo - £ a mo E i rs f p 1 ace lead. The Cubs lost sifter four stmi'thl \ iclovies. Dixie \v,ilker. sp:irkin[; a seven- run rally in the eighth v/iUi a three-run double, porsounllv accounted for victory by driving in four runs. Cut I Furillo added Iwo more? in Ihe bitf i»niuf, \viih n homer and Ed Slanhy bl'nu^ht In tun \viUi jinothor double Tin; Ilrid- Kors hfivnn't taslrd defeat at home this ywti'-. Ifnnk Greenbur,^ antt RnT]ih Kiner, pUtsburgh'.s one-iwo punch, each Kut homers \viih a 111:111 abasi* tn account [or four runs in a fi lo victory nt Pliilaclrlphia FXlson Bahf sroved his .second victory as Ihe Pirates ended a four-^anie l<\siiiL; New Orle:in.. ;\l Mntiphls, n Atlanta nt Nashville. UinniiH'hain :i1 Cbal tiinoof-a. Mobile :it Littlo Hook. A^H-MtlCAX I.FAC.Ur New Voil; :d St. Louis. W^ihiLtjon at Chicago. Boiitun :i1 Drliolt. l'iiil:idc;p!iia at CleveLatKl. NATIONAL M'ACtJi: St. Louis :it New York. Chicago al Hmoklyn. Cincinnati :U Host on. Pltl.'iburv.h at Philadel])hla. KEYS MADE Locks Opoiu'il Mini Itcnair- ed. Doitr (!lu'cl<K or Over- lui ills. For Service Oiill JIMMY "SI'KCK" UKOCK ill Chisum's Bike Shop l'2:l Su. 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Mr. Barnhill spoke in O.sceola at noon today and will visit West Memphis tonight. His speech in Marianna Friday night will wind up his tour of Eastern Arkansas cities. T efty Warren .Spnhn of the Braves turned in the clay's pitching masterpiece, a four hit, 4 lo 0 viclca-y over Cincinnati at Boston. Boh Elliott backed him nl Inl with didn't get his 10th until May 10. i three hits and snuffed out a blld- Mi7.o. has made only eight, hits all ding red rally in the ninlh by year so his slugging percentage is leaping for a hot liner at third with terrific. i two men on base. It was (he third defeat willioul a | The Athleili-s. refusing lo look win for Toilet, vvho was knocked like the Athk'tics. came lo Clcve- land fresh from two vlcUiries and n lie '.with the American LviiKiir chavipiim ld>d s ()x and dnibbed Ihe lndi|ins. .1 lo :t. w hen Hun' IHael; forced home Ihe winniiu: run In the ninth with a walk lo Fen-Is rain which snored I'cte Slider. Ihink Majcski of the A's and I Nil Peck of the Indians hit homers us relict pitcher UU-k Fowler gnSncil his [ \'iclory. The Tiners balled out Tex HiiKhton: with n four-rim rally in the 'iuith Ui score an 11 to It vlclory over Oie faltering Red Sox al Detroit. Kddie Lake wilh three hilt anil three runs led the ticcis, scoring a lie-hreakhlB run In lllo bit; innlnc on a double steal with Dick Wiikefield. Virgil Trucks and Hit White collaborated in a rour-liit.- ter, Trnck-s (jetti]i[; I tic witl. Washington at Chicano and Sett York at SI. Louis in the America! were rained out. Yesterday's Star—Wnrrrn Spain of the Braves, who blanked tin edn Ron four hils for a -1 lo 0 victory. Kidfanilamido compound was discovered nearly 3!) years afio. In G&LF or K/ISOLM AMERICA'S OUTSTANDING OUTBOARD! IT'S THE NEW '4 OUTBOARD MOTOR See it now.' • It's truly remarkable! You won't believe it until you see if. It's one motor that does what you always thought ii would take two motors to do. 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