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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1951 BLYTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Clarksdale Pro Leads King Cotton Qualifiers-Wynne Smothers Osceola 19-6 Dukes Fires* One-Under 71 To Take Early Advantage The second wave of qualifiers took off after pro L. V. Dukes and amaleurs_Mack Montgomery and H. J. Baker today as qualifying in the Blytheville Country Club's King Cotton Open continued, Dukes, who hails from darks-» t , Miss., posted Ihe lowest quall- g score of the first qualifying field yesterday firiiiB » one-unner- par 71 in h!s 18-hole trial round. Montgomery and Bnker, both Memphis sholmakers, led yesterdays amateur field with three-over ISs. Approximately 100 pros and amateurs registered for tournament competition yesterday and about that many more were expected to come today. However, all that registered yesterday did noi- fire qualifying rounds. In fact only 15, eight amateurs and seven In their score cards. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. pros, turned The small gallery that fcllowed th« golfers were given an "added attraction" when Dr. Gary Middlecoff of Memphis, one of the nation's leading professionals, showed up unexpectedly Joe an 18-hole practice round. Middlecotl toured his 18 two uu- d«i pax. He finished the lirst nine boasting ail even par but finished *trciiif to whack two strokes off the back nine. Final* Tomorrow Middlecofi is not competing in th* tournament. He joined me foursome ot Pat Abbott and Junie Buxbaum, Memphis pro* aim Dr. James C. Guard and Bill Joe Denton, Blytnevilii amateurs. i^^iier today's qualifying rounds ^ff amateur iieid will be cut to the SO low qualifiers for tomorrow's 11- nals. The pros will finish up their New York . Cleveland . .. Boston Chicago Detroit Philadelphia . Washington . St. Louis . 83 86 79 73 63 51 53 41 .629 .628 .003 .531 .161 .418 .405 .311 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Vet. Brooklyn . York . it. Louis . .. Boston . 'hiladelphla lincEnnati . >ittsb\rrgh . Chicago . . 86 82 68 65 65 . 58 . 5T . 56 .641 .603 .519 .492 .481 .426 .419 .415 17 20 H 22 29 >i 3011 31 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Little Rock Birmingham Mobile . .. Memphis . . Nashville . . Atlanta . ., Chattanooga It hol« medal play tomorrow, too, with their eyes on th« J350 first place money. That BJy'theville'i little course has thu« far proven to be a tougll nut for th« visiting golfers to crack, verified on the tally sheet. Par proved the master ui practically •very match. Or afi one gallery member put il "th« boys aren't tearing this coursi apart like they expected to." Todays field was expected to b« much larger than yesterday's. Oolt iri who checked in but failed to qualUy yesterday must do so today along with the boys reporting today. RobMni Fail! U Show Hillman Robbins. the Memphis^ linateur who was picked as the man to beat in the amateur divi- tion, didn't show up u expected to yesterday and tournament officials speculated last night that maybe he took the Jack-son, Tenn., tournament where he was runner. upi amateur last year, in preference U) Ui B King Cotton Open. However, there is a good field of both amateurs and pros registered j«H the tourney tempo should get Wriier warm today. Andy Cusick of North Ljttle Reck, who won th« pro division in 1M7. checked In late yesterday and fired a practice 18 before qualifying today. This was his first crack at the course's new grass greens and sand- trappftd layout and his only comment was a "it's a tough little cours*." Climaxing today's action the club will fet« th« visiting Hnksmen with * stag dinner which will be followed by an Informal dance. New Orleans W 91 82 19 77 77 . 74 . 62 . 61 Vet. .603 .543 .527 .510 .510 .490 .411 ..407 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League Brooklyn 11, Philadelphia • New York 1. Boston 3. Cincinnati 7,'Chicago 6, (18 innings) St. Louts 11, Pittsburgh 4 American Lea pie St. Louis 4-0, Cleveland 2-7 Boston 8-4, Philadelphia 5-11. Detroit 4-2. Chicago 1-1. New York 4, Washington J. Southern Association Nashville 1, Memphis 0. Birmingham 3, Mobile 2. Little Rock 8, Chattanooga I. Only games scheduled. —Courier News Photo* Ol'EN SCENES—Visiting professional and amateur golfers from six states crowded Blytheville Country Club's course to near capacity yesterday as qualifying in the King Cotton Open got underway. In the upper photo, Barney Osment {left} Jonesboro amateur, Bill Martin, Jonesboro Country Club pro; and Jake Fondren. Memphis pro. wait patiently for th« traffic to clear on No. 4 green before teeing off. In the lower photo, Dr. Carry Middlecoff of Memphis, one of the nation's leading professionals, fires away on No. 2 tee while Pat Abbott, Memphis pro, looks on. Middlecoff was a surprise visitor to the tournament yesterday but did not compete. TODAY'S GAMES National League New York at Brooklyn Philadelphia at Boston St. Louis at Pittsburgh Chicago at Cincinnati American League Washington at New York Cleveland at St. Louis. Detroit at Chicago Boston at Philadelphia Southern Association (Night Games) Chattanooga at Little Rock Birmingham at Atlanta Nashville at Memphis Mobile at New Orleans COMMISSIONER'S 8AI.I NOTICE Is hereby given th>t the undersigned Commissioner, in compliance with the terms ol a decree rendered by the Chancery Court, tor the Chlckasawba District ot Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 9th day of July, 1951, wherein Buford Martin was plaintiff No. 11,651. and B. C. Anderson. Angle Anderson, Mrs. W. F. Trail and Owen McCutcheon, trustee, were defendants, will sell at public auction to the. Mlhest and best bidder, for cash. IPf a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law. In the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, on the 14th day of September. Georgia Golfer Takes Lead in Women's Meet CARROLLTON, Ga.. Sept. 8. .(API —The big name stars in women's golf set out today to catch Mary Lena Faulk, Thomasville. Qa., amateur who took a first round lead n the $3,000 Carrollton women's .nyitation. Miss Faulk. three - time Georgia state champion and current Florida East Coast titlist, turned In a 73 yesterday—one under wome»s par—to take a one-stroke lead over Beverly Hanson of Pasadena. Calif 1950 national amateur champ. The 54-hole tournament on tin little nine-hole course — launched last year—draws the cream of thi crop of women golfers, both pn and amateur. Other first round low scorers Include: U.A.toCombine Its Freshmen And 'B 1 Teams FAYETTEVILE, Ark.. Sept. S. (AP)— Athletic Director John Barnhill announced today that a special Southwest Conference ruling will permit the University ol Arkansas to ' combine its freshman and B football teams this fall. The southwest is the only major conference which does not allow frosh to participate in varsity athletics this year The combined Frosh-B unit will play B teams from four other big- time schools—the University of Missouri at Fayetteville Oct. 13; Oklahoma A. & M. st Fayetteville Oct. 26; Louisiana State at El Dorado Nov. 10 and the University of Tulsa at Tulsa Nov. 22. 7Tie freshmen alone will meet Little Rock Junior College at Little I Rock Oct. 8. Barnhill, former Rarorback varst- • head coach, will head the frosh-B am tutoring staff. He will be as- sted by former Porkers Charles •ray and Stacy Looney. 1951. the following real estate, towtt: Part of the sowthwest quarter of the Northeast quarter (SWU NEVtl of Section Twenty-seven (27), Township Sixteen (16) North, Range Eleven (11) East, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the southeast ' corner of Yarbro School District lot and run thence east JOS feet; thence north 315 feet, thence west 208 feet; thence south 315 feet, to point of beginning and containing 1.52 acres, more or less. Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree In the mm of $5245.00 with interest at the rate of 10 per annum from June 9, 1951 until paid, and the further sum of 8215.06, with Interest thereon, at the rale of 6% per annum from June 9, 1951 until paid, and all costs. The purchaser at sftld sale will be rf»uircd to execute bond with ap security, to secure the pay- Peggy Kirk of Findley. O., 75; De fending Champion Patty Berg Minneapolis and Betty Jameson o San Antonio, 76: Babe Zaharias Tampa, Louise Suggs of Carrollton Helen Dettweller o[ Indio. Calif and Pat Lesser of Seattle. 71: Alic Bauer nf Midland. Tex., 78; Bett Bush of Hammond, Ind., Claire Do ran of Cleveland, O.. and Bett MacKinnon of Dallas, 79. ment of the purchase money, and ft Pakistan Feels Inflation Policy Burdette Wins Opening Tilt 26-7 O'Neal Ltadt PiraUi Over Corning High in Season's First Game CORNINQ, Sept. I. — Playing heads-up ball all th« way. Burdette High School's Plratej got their 1951 football season olf lo a fine start with > 26-1 victory over Corning here last night. The pepped-up Pirate* sewed up the game In the lecond quarter when Whatley, an end, Intercepted a Corning and returned it 35 \arrts for the Pirates second touchdown. Terry Moore O'Neal put the Pl- rntM in front in the lirst quarter on a pa-ss-latera! play that carried approximately 45 yards. He took a lateral from Whatley who had taken n forward pass from halfback Daniels. O'Neal scored another counter In ie third period when he raced round end for 40 yards. Fullback Cable accounted for the fourth narker on n 25-yard jaunt through he Une In the second period. Ham- Hon scored two extra points on •unnlng plays. Next week the pirates are sched- iled to play Shawnee at Joiner. Starting for the Pirates were Burks and Whatley at ends, W. Langley and Robinson at tackles. Banks at center, Oore and J. Per- iins at guards, O'Neal, quarterback; Daniels and Hamilton, halfbacks and Cable, fullback. Substitutes Included Pranks, Perkins, Williams, Langley, Pierce, Kourl, Franklin, Payne and McDer- »nott. Inexperienced Line Hurts Seminoles; Spires Shines WYNNE, Sept. 8.—O.sceola High School's Seminples got their 1951 football season oft' on a sour note here last night by dropping a 19-6 decision to a hustling and well- balanced Wynne High team. In spite of the efforts of all- failed to click mainly because of stater Tommy Spires, who turned in sterling performance on both offense and defense, the Semhioles Major League Leaders By The Associated PreM AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting (based on 300 times at at)—Fain, Philadelphia, .343; Kell Detroit and Williams, Boston, .326. Runs — Williams. Boston, 103 Vllnoso, Chicago. 102. Runs batted in—Williams. Boston 15; Zcrnlal, Philadelphia, 112. Hits—DiMaggio, Boston, 172; Kelt Detroit. 169. Doubles^DiMaggio. Boston, i3 'ox and MInoso. Chicago. 32. Triples Minoso. Chicago, 14; Fo. Chicago, 10. Home runs—zernial. Philadelphia 29; Williams, Boston, 28. Stolen bases — Minoso. Chicago 2T. Busby. Chicago. 25. Pitching (based on seven dec sionsl—Kinder, Boston, 9-2, .818 Feller. Cleveland, 22-7. .759. Strikeouts — Raschi, New Yor! 137; Wvnn. Cleveland. 12t. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting—Musial. St. Louis, Ash burn, Philadelphia. .338. Runs — Kiner, Pittsburgh, Musial, St. Louis, 110. Runs batted in—Irvin. New York, 101: Gordon. Boston. 99. Hits—Ashburn. Philadelphia, 189; Musial, St. Louis. 182. Doubles — Dark, New York, 35; Kluszewski, Cincinnati, 32. Triples — Musial, St. Louis, It; Bell, Pittsburgh. 10. Home runs—Kiner, Pitsburgh, 38; KARACHI (/PI — Pakistan's r.or- | Hodges, Brooklyn, 37. maUy-booming raw wool trade has! Stolen bases—Jelhroe. Boston, 32: gone into a slump in (he wake of j Ashburn. Philadelphia. 26. slowdown in United stale.? buy- Pitching — Roe, Brooklyn, 19-2, .36E 11 Old Back Men' Lead Yanks Into First Place Return Grudge Bout Booked On Legion Card A return grudge bout that ended ,n a bloody battle before, has been booked" to highlight the American Legion's wrestling matches at Memorial Auditorium Monday night. The special bout will pit toughtes Bad Boy Brown and Bill Canny against Lee Fields and Rex Mobley who apparently are making a habit out of grudge bouts these days. American Legion Promoter Mike Meroney said that the return booking was ordered by the Arkansas Athletic Union on grounds that In the last bout Brown was disqualified because of an injury. Brown was forced from the ring In the third round due to a bad cut over the eye put there by the fists of Fields and Mobley. After Brown left the ring Canny continued the bout atone but was defeated. The AAU ordered the wrestlers' purses held up and the match fought over. Monday night's bout will be a winner-take-all affair with the winner receiving both -teams' purses for this match and the previous one. Two one-fall preliminary bouts are also on the card with Mobley meeting Canny and Brown meeting Fields. Vols Take Chicks In 4th Place Fight Lory Hurl* Oni-Hitter To Givt NoshvilU Edge in Big Series By THE ASSOCIATED ,TRESS Al Lary. Nashville rookie from the University of Alabama, tossed a brilliant two-hitter last night in the opening round of the Southern Association's heralded battle for fourth place. Lary fanned 11 batters in checking the Memphis Chicks, 1-0, gaining his Vols a tie for fourth in the scrap for n spot in the playoffs. The former diamond and grid ace at Alabama needed help after two were out In the ninth, but lefty Bob Schultr appeared and preserved the important victory, Memphis had a healthy grip on the fourth spot- a week ago bir now must grab two of the remaining three games of the season-ending series wllhUhe Vols to get in the playoffs. Nashville scored in the eighth when Bob Ludwtck scored f r o n third as Jim Bavimer muffed Tea Lotz's grounder. Birmingham went further ahcai in Ihe fight for second place b trimming the Mobile Bears. 3-2. o Marv Rack-ley's plnch-lilt home with one on In the eighth. Little Rock held Its nine-gam lead by downing Chattanooga, 8- for the champions' llth In a ro' ever the Lookouls. Manager Gen Desautels sent veteran Mllo John son to Ihe mound for the last thre a holey defense and an Inenperleno- ed line. Spires got the Seminoles off t« a good start on a beautiful sneak piny on Ihe first play from scrimmage that went 06 yards to pay rllrt. The masterful run pulled th« Osecola tribe out of a deep hole that was caused by Harvey Lea Hill's fumbling of the opening klck- Innlnga In order to provide "warmu work" for his hurling brigad Starter Verne Williamson blnnke the Lookouls In the Ilrst six frame Desautels said he would contini to use two pitchers a game to kec s stulf in shape for the playof Atlanta and New Orleans we it scheduled. Ej JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Wrller Baseball may be a young man's game but the "old men" arc shaping the destiny of the pennant races in the American and National agues. / The New York Yankees are back n first place in the American Lea- iue thanks to Joe DiMaggio. 36: Jolmny Mize. 38; and Allie Reynolds, 32, who led the club to a 4-2 triumph over Washington >TS- :erday. Doubles by Mlze and Dl- Maggio drove In three ninth-inning runs and gave Reynolds his 14th win. Cleveland's Indians are only one percentage point behind the Yanks because of the brilliant pitching 01 32-year-old Bob Feller. The star righthander gave the tribe a split h. their twl-nighl doublehcader at St. Louis. feller shut out the Browns, 7-0, after Ned Carver had pitched St. Louis to a 4-2 opening victory. Five Innings of shutout relief pitching by 37-year-olrl Ellis Kinder helped the Boston Red Sox gain a split in their twin bill at Philadelphia, keeping them close to the leaders. Kinder, aided by three hits and two tallies by Lou Bourircau, 34. received credit for Boston's 8-5 opening win. The Athletics, however, won the nliilitcap, 11-4. as Billy Hitchcock, 33, batted in five runs with two triples and two singles. Brooklyn retained its five and a half game bulge over the New York Giants in the National League race as 33-year-old Preacher Roe pitched an 11-6 win over Philadelphia. Monte Irvin. 32. hammered his I9th homer and drove in three tallies to lead the Giants to a 7-3 win over the Boston Braves. Elsewhere 32 - year - old Virgil Trucks pitched and batted Detroit to a 2-1 nightcap victory over the Chicago White Sox in 14 innings. The Tigers, behind the five-hit pitching ol, Teddy Gray, also won the opener. 4-1. Billy Johnson, 33, hammered In 'four runs to lead the St. Louis (Dal Football Scores County— Burdette 26, Corning 7 Wynne 19, Osceola « Hughes 12, Shawnee 8 Slate- Little Rock 53, Adamson las* 20 Parkin 37, Hickory Ridge 8 McGchee 18. Gillette 6 Crossett 20. Dumas 0 Mena 28, Ozark 0 Brinkley 6. DeWitt » Seary 6, Augusta 0 Bruce, Miss., 21. Marked Tree Bentonville 13, Charleston 12 Humes fMenlphls) 18, Forrea City 12 (Thursday) ix-Point Gridder To Attend K. U. LAWRENCE. Kas., Sept. 8. liPi— Ootball Coach Jules V. Slkes has :>nflrmed reports Ihnt oilbcr', elch, one of the 90 recently ex- elled West Point cadets, will en- 'II at the university of Kansas. "My understanding Is that Reich coming to Kansas," said Sikes. We will be glad to have him. He ill be Ineligible this season and ill not be on a scholarship. I am ot sure that he will ever go out Or football at Kansas." Slkes added that "If Reich does ome out for footbnll he will be r elcomed." Under Big Seven rules, the former Army star has one year of ellglbll- ty at Kunsas. When radio broadcasting begs back in the '20's. about the only a coustlcs treatment of a studio con sisted of draping the walls wll heavy cloth to prevent reverbcr; tlon. fumbled at the 15 with the II rolling all the way to Ihe Osola four where he followed It and covered. Then Spires caught the ynne defense off guard, sneaked rough a hole at center and •caked all the wny untouched. But that was Osecola's only bright ot of Ihe evening. Wynne came ght back to knot the score. Aided a couple of penalties and a iort punt by Spires Wynne picked > Us first score on four plays. Backed lo Osecola's 25 by two enalties, Spires got off a bad punt Itli Wynne takitiR the kick at the > and returning It to the Semin- les, 26. Then after three running lays quarterback Larry Fisher assed to Monroe Young who later- led off to fullback Don Rlsner who ovcred (he remaining 21 yards to ie end /one. Dennis kicked the xtra point and Wynne went ahead 1 stay. Early in the second quarter. Vynne counted again. Taking over n downs at (he 33 the homelinjs licked up a first down on two pla.vs nd on the third ploy of the second icrlod Fisher pitched out to Rlsner who went i\U the way. Wynne's Iliml touchdown came in he third period. Taking the kickoff at the 23 Wynne scored without Tivlng up the ball. The sustained drive was climaxed by a 53-yard >ass play from Fisher to Rlsner for (he final six pointer. Spires proved himself all-state material with his beautiful passing work and brilliant -defensive play. He completed eight out of 12 aerials and teamed well witli guard Donnie Johnson on defensive play. :J Starting lineups: Osctnla Posey ... Green .. Dllllard Harlan . Johnson Childs .. Pos. LE . Lr LO C. . RG RT Welnberg RE pires )unn Hill .. tVells QB HB HB FB Wynne .. Woods Waddcll . Dennis . Bridges . ... Sugg . Broader .. Young ... Fisher . Waldrep .- Lawson ... Rlsner WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- awhi District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Uton Alnsworth. Ptf. vs. No. 11.794 Reba Ainsworth, Dft. The defendant Reba Ainsworth Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer thft complaint of the plaintiff Uton Atnsworth. Dated this 24 day of August, 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Ruth Magee. D.O. C F. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Gene E. Bradley, atty. ad Htem. 8;25 9;l-8-l» Cardinals to an 11-4 victory ov Pittsburgh. Cincinnati won an 1( Inning 7-8 decision over Chicago's Cubs when Dixie Howell, 31. hit a long Ily U» vxire Hank Edwards, 33. Ing. After an unprecedented boom in the nine months ending on March I 31. 1951. alarmed leaders of the! .004; Maglie. New York. 19-5, .192. Strikeouts—Spahn, Boston, 149; Ncwcombe, Brooklyrl, 134. Pakistan wool merchants a.ssocia- lien will be retained upon said! 1 ' 071 havc "lied on the Pakistan property as additional security for government to abolish both export duties and sales tax levies on wool. As a result of competitive stockpiling by western countries, the the payment of such purchase money. WITNESS my hand and the seal . , — ot said court on this the 24th day] wool price had shot up by more than 70 per cent. Now a U.S. antl- Inllation policy has dictated a letup in stockpiling and the price of wool is on the downswing. of August, 1951. Harvey Morris. Commissioner In Chancery 8-25 9-1 SHEET METAL WORKS OF ALL KINDS Custom work for prins. alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to VJ inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway I'hone 26,=>1 FOR SALE I—Mela! Stenographer's Desk •I— Metal Office Chairs ]_0ak Desk 2—Oak Swivel Chairs 1—Metal Filing Cabinet 1—Remington IVpewriter 1—Underwood Adding Machine J—Schwab safe 18"x24" i_<)il Heater PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Telephone 1453 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Sept. 10 8 p.m. ,• Adults SOc—Children 15c Winner Take All - Return Match In Ihe i>revir>ns match, Rrtmn received ait Injury lo his e>e and claimed a foul. Th» Stale Mlilclfr Commission ordered purses hrlrf up and a return match. None nf th* wrestlers \\crr jnild for this match, the piirM-s bring held up The winners of this return miileh will receive both purses. TAG MATCH B. B, Brown & Bill Canny WMCT Sun. Sept. 9 —1:30 P.M CHICAGO BEARS vs. CLEVELAND BROWNS Lee Fields & Rex Mob'ey Tor Reserved Heals. Call 3,'iS9 Alto 2 1-Foll 90 Minute Matches Mobley vi. Canny Brown vs. Fields you with H*« good wijhei of Goldcrest Beer Disr. Co. ond i vUf fri«ndly MMIer High Uf« Dealer*! MILLER IREWIN8 CO. NlfWNlM, Vtuiiiii

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