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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 104!) Sudbury Repeats AsLeagueChamp hilldog* Win TiH. IN Thrilling Football Gam* with Central The Sudbury Bulldogs retained {heir Gammar School l*jotball LMCUC crown la*t night by edging put the Inspired Central Crimson Tide IS to 144 in the final game of th* league's 1MB season at Haley TMi. The Bulldogs scored two quick touchdowns in the first quarter and added, a third to the final period aft«r Central had forged ahead In the second staim with a strong rally that netted two touchdowns and both extra points. Little Herbert Blankenahin again wu the mainstay In the Bulldogs' offensive machine, scoring two of their three touchdowns, the fist on a SO-yard off-guard Jaunf on the very first play of the ball came. Battle of "T" Offenses The championship squabble was a battle of "T" offenses as both teams gained heavily through th? opponents defense. After the first play of the game on which Blankenship ran over guard with perfect ease. Central shifted Into an eight' one-two defense and Jammed the Bulldogs' down-the-mlddle plays forcing them to rely mostly on wide stuff. Quartebacfc B"bby Jones and fullback Kennet Pisher sharer! offensive honors for the Tide. Jone. accounted for both Central touch downs on short sneak nlays but 1 wu Fisher's nile-drivlng running thut set up both scores. Sudbury took a 12-0 lend In th • early minutes of the first quarter i. After Blankenship had pone all th S *»T on the first play of the eame i Sudbury sained possession of th ;•; hall on the Central 30 when a line .*.' man slipped through and stole th .i-it ball from Jones as he atemnted t" - p£s». Four plays later quarterbac X? "Edward Peterson plowed over on ,'•» quarterback sneak from 12 yari ! ' ; out. Both extra point tries failed. Central Take* Lead At the opening of the secon quarter Central bounced rUht bac ™ to score its first touchdown. Jones ; went over standing up on a sneak plav from the two-yard line, climaxing a 60-yard sustained drive . that started In the lute minutes of • the first period. Another sneak by Jones gave the Tide the seventh point. Late in that same period the Tide 1 a pain marched 80 yards to pay dirt • with Jones going over from onc- • foot out and again the extra point was good and at halftime Central held at 14-12 lead. Neither team scored In the third ^ period but In the final stanza, just as it began to look as If the champions were going to be unseated. Bulldog quarterback Peterson flung a short pass to Blakenshlp for. a 30-yard touchdown with Tide quir- terback Jones given aii assist on the to break up the play, attempted to bat the pa-ss down but Instead knocked In direclly into the watt- Ing arms of Blakenshlp and he cro&sed untouched. Chillies Edge Cardinals 5-4 n!2 Innings By the AweUted Frew Both St. LouU club* had a rough tale lut night, and Marty Marion the Cardinals one of the worst im*» In his long career. Mr. Shortstop, who h«d fielded awlessly all season, committed iree errors In two Innings at ^ortsman's Park. Tlie three-hour larathon ended with A 5-< ver- Ict for the Philadelphia Phils In 2 Innings. Two of the mlscues accounted for pair of unearned Philadelphia •uns in the slrth inning. It wasn't Is worst game, though Tlie lanky lortstop made four errors In a ontest In 1940 Consecutive singles by Eddie Waltkus, Del Bnnls and Andy Sem- nlck with one out In the twelfth rovlded t.ie wlnnln* run. Robin Roberts, the tl.lrd Phil hurler. was redlted with the victory, while Al *le went the distance for Ihe ^erlblrds. The contest drew 12,357 ans. Al Philadelphia, the Alhletlcs oved into 'hlrd place In the Ameran League by thumpinc the irowns 9-2. Manager Zack Taylor the the ost a heated argument with imntres and If.ter protested ame. Roy Slevers sent a 405-foot drive nto the left centerfleld stands at htbe Park but the umpires ruled it a double, claiming it went through small space that separates the wire screen from the end of the stands. Taylor thoueht It should lave been a home run. KnrI Drews was blasted out In the second inning anc! went down to his third defeat. Hank Mnjeski sent the A's off to a fast start by driving In three run; with a double In the first Innlnr. Mnleskl was the big run for the Macks, driving In a total of five runs with his three doubles. Boston U. linemen Irv Ilellor. left. ;>ml Dave Barrett demonstrate new invention of Condi Bull Uonelli in workout at Nickcison Field. An clastic strap, fastened to Hie helmet and to belt circling the waist, keeps llic player's liead up at all times. Donclli feels that many football injuries are due to the tendency ol players to lower their heads during contact. Yanks' Ed Lopat Checks Indians On Six Hits to Gain a 4-3 Victory Razorbacks Bow To Ark-Mo Team Missourions Toke Tight Game From Joycee Sofrballers The Ark-Mo Kilowatters retained their position atop the City Softball League standings last night by downing the Razorback Drive In nine 6-3 in a league contest played at Walker park. The Kllowatters were held hitless by Razorback hurler Carroll Gllsson during tlie first three In- »nd they piled all of their hitting and run-scoring Into the one big Inning the fourth, when they make six hits good for six scores. The splurge sent Olisson to the bench with Hall taking over for the Razorbacks. Brilliant defensive work of both teams, esncelal'y tlie Razorbacks. hlehllghted pl-v in the frame. The Kilo» alters haa the bases loaded in the third tnninc but eood fielding bv teammates look Glisson out f UK- (rouble without a run scoring. Billy Denton went the distance for Ark-Mo allowing six hits and striking out five. Owen Alexander, n-i'/orbark third baseirmi. led hit Imtr of both te«m.« with three hits in three trliw n url Wilson hom- ered for the Kllowatters in the fourth Innln^ driving In two runs ahead of htm Jnveres Lose 3-7. Decision A fleht nllchcrs' duel between "nrvey Dorrls of the Jsycees and Ward of Holland was broken 'IT) In the elehth 'nnine when Hoi l"nd pushed across a run on a sin- ele. an error p"d a flelrlers choice to defeat thr Jaycees 3-2 in last r'"hl.'s ftrst. (rame. Ward, who made Ms first start for thr. Holinnrl nine, struck nut nine Sports Roundup NEW YORK, M»y 18. W— Johnny Morris*, Southwestern Louisiana institute track coach, offers a rebuttal to Tommy Deckard's plug for Don Gcrhmann as the "greatest" middle-distance runner ...Morrlss, who ii as fast with figures as he use- 1 to be on his feet, recalls Glenn Cunningham's "double" in tile 1933 national collegiate meet. . .Cunning won the mile In ':OSJ then came back 50 minutes later to lose by Inches to Chuck Hornbostel In a 1:50.1 half mile... What's more. Glenn was running rom a standing start while Gehr- inann. In (he Drake Relays, was off flying with the baton. ..Johnny adds: "In 193;, i roomed with Cunningham while touring Europe with an American track team. Dur- ng this tour, Cunningham' ran a 11» and a 44" with us on relay teams. On one occasion Glenn ran his leg of '.he mile relay In 43.1 and he also ran better thi.n 9:'iO on the two mile... If a man can be greater than this, I would like to meet him." Razorback Nine Ends Season with 8-4 Lost FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. May 18. </P) — Tlie University of Arkansas yesterday ended its baseball season with a loss. Kan.sas University defeated the Razorbacks 8-4, evening a two-game series. The Arkansas season record was seven wins against five defeats. 1949. Rent Advisory Board for th« Blytheville t efense-Rental Area By: Ben f. Butler, Chairman. 5110-28 Giln. Toke Tlie Chicasc- Cubs were In a losing streak and Manager Charlie Grimm was .viodlly staring out his hotel window the evening after a tough game ..Trainer Andy Lotshaw came in and remarked (•} Mttsburgh i. Louis . . hlcago . .. • Osceolo's Legion Juniors Defeat Manila Ball Club Osceola's American Legion junta team, sparked by the heavy htttini " of Jimmy Shaneyfelt. pounded ou a 16-11 victory over the Manil V. Legion team in a game at Hal Field last night. Shaneyfelt clouted two grand slam homers to lead his team to victory Tommy Spires and Billy Connor also swung big bats for the Osceol nine with Spires banging out 4 triole and Conners three singles. ^ Other Weathers opened on th hill for Osceola and struck out nin batters and allowed but three hi before being relieved by Melvl Haskett in the.fifth. The Osceola' nine will meet tl Shady Bend Independents at Ha Field tonight at 8 o'cluck. SOUTHERN LEAOUK W L Atlanta .............. 15 10 HrminBham . . . ...... 16 11 "Tew Orleans Little Rock Mobile Nashville 18 15 14 13 Jhattanooga ......... 11 Memphis ............. 8 Pet .600 .593 .581 .533 13 .Sin 13 .SCO 15 21 .413 .216 By Joe Kelclller Auoclaled Press Sports Writer Lou Boudreau is a worried young man today. The peerless playing pilot of the world champion Cleveland Indians Is burdened by \ problem emanating from a most unexpected source —the Tribe's vauntc ' pitching staff. A month ago If someone had tried to tell Uoudrcau that hb> mound staff would givi him his biggest headache, Lou would have ordered the guy sent to a psychopathic ward. Bill listen to Lou now. "I know we're not hitting a lick." Boudreau said ticforc last night's 4-3 loss to the New York Yankees. "But. that doesn't worry me half as much as my pitching. "Every one ol my big four—Bob Feller, Boh Lemon, Gene Bcardcn and Steve Groniek—has been laid up by Injuries. I haven't gotten a complete giitr.c from any of them for nearly two weeks. What's worse. I don't know when any of them will be his old self ngaln. Not one Is in good shape right now." Beiirdcn, who hns been suffering from a pulled leg muscle, lasted seven innings and was clipped for 10 hits last night as the Yankees defeated the Indians 4-3. Tigers Move Up A season record crowd of 'J3.150 saw southpaw Ed Lopat hold the Tribe to seven hits for his fourth victory of Hie season. Detroit's Tigers are two games bc- threc-baggcr. He scored when Ed Stevens singled to center. Singles by Eddie Waitkus, Del Ennis and Andy Seminlck gave Ihe Phlladelphle Phillies a run in the 12th inning to defeat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-4. St. Louis shortstop Marty Marlon, who had fielded flawlessly all season, was charged with three errors. Ralph Branca became the first major league pitcher to win six games when he received credit for Brooklyn's 8-5, 11-innlng triumph over the Cubs In Chicago. Tlie Dodger;- shoved across six runs in the top of the llth, two of them on Roy Campanella's home, to take tin 8-2 lead. rnvoee hoHi-r l.rcn hits, all i-h|rrrri two Tfnllnnd <>"« nn and allowed onlv wlilln Dorrl* bit«n"3 and fot]|- Mt.s nil slntrl^s. Ms onmp n-os rnrrvfi into nn ex- inn'nT when i'"" 1 -'*P"CPPS n^'«hed OSS fwn rn"s in *he ppv^nfh tn rp* hrcsps nn b°l]K and n «ln?le Vnnt, the fwft at twn-Ml. Krsfnr if frr>Mnnrf li-rt the hit- sympathetically: "I know how yon feel. Charlie. I Just tried to eat dinner and the food tasted like sawdust. T couldnt eat a thing."... On a hunch. Grimm phoned the dining room to send up the meal check Andy had signed. It read something like this: Shrimp cock- tall, soup, steak with all the trim- mines and two pieces of pie. Total about seven bucks. Grimm let out a roar and vent hunting '"r '• shaw...But Andv's "sympathy" hud turned the trick—Charlie wasn't mad about the ball ^ame any more. AREA RENT OFFICE THE BLYTHEVILLE DEFENSE- RENTAL AREA OFFICE INORAM BUILDING Blytheville, Arkansas May 17. 1049 NOTICE The Rent Advisory Board for the Blytheville Defense-Rental Area, S f ate of Arkansas, wil' hold a pub- ^S lie hearing on the 3rd day >f June. 1949, at its office In Room 205 of the Ingram Building In.Blytheville, Arkansas, The hearing will commerce at ten o'clock A.M. and may be continued to such time and place as Is imuunceci by the Chairman of the Board. The purpose of the public herring is to enable the Board to hear evidence on tlie petition of Lee Wilson and Company for the decontrol of, and the removal of all maximum rents in the areas of the towns of Wilson. Kelser. Marie. Bsssell and Armorel, Arkansas. All interested persons (Including representatives of State and political Sub-divisions there-of) be giver a re sonable opportunity o be heard, by Interpleader or therwise, with right to be repre- ented by counsel (all documents ffered as evidence shall be in the orni of an original and rive copes). This notice of advertisement is given pursuant to Section 204 (e) ===: 4) of th: Housing and Rent Act of 1948. as amended. Dated this the 17th day of May. ANNOUNCING TO MY FRIENDS ^ T> all my friends and fos- .lomer», 1 would like to announce that I aro now located with Dans OK Garage. ting of hnt.h fporn* !PS In *nn Pl~v in th*» at hs>t. fwn sin- b* re- In the second. nr nnrnnnnv menti"" ft'^n." the first epmp nnd Sulli- nlaying Phillips Motor Yesterday's Results AMERICAN l.KAtHIE New York 4, Cleveland 3 (night 1 ) Detroit 4, Washington 2 (night) Boston 4, Chicago 3 Philadelphia 9. St. Louis 1 (night) NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 8, Chicago S (11 Innings) Pittsburgh 3, New York 2 (night) Cincinnati 5, Boston 4 (night) Philadelphia S, St. Louis 4 (12 Innings, night) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Little Rock 8. Atlanta 7 Memphis 5, Birmingham 3 Chattanooga 1, Mobile 0 New Orleans 7, Nashville 3 hind the league IcndltiB Yankees. the Washington a night game in Tennessee Team Wins TO (o 4 From Armorel Getting off to a fast 4-0 lead In the first two Innings the Dyersburg, Tenn., semi-pro nine trounced the Armorel Tigers 10-4 In a game played Sunday on the Tennessee riled. Trank Ellis, ace righthander for the Tigers, started on the hill yield- Ing 15 hits In his eight-Inning stay. He was relieved In the eighth by J. L. Johnson. It was the second meeting of the year for the two clubs with Armorel dropping the first by an 8-4 count The Tigers will meet the Number Nine Niners on the Armorel field Sunday afternoon. Today's Games AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland at New York Chicago at Boston Detroit at Washington St. Louis at Philadelphia NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Pittsburgh Boston at Cincinnati Brooklyn at Chicago Philadelphia at St. Louis SOUTHERN LEAGCK Memphis at Atlanta, night. Little Rock at Birmingham, night. Nashville at Mobile, night. Chattanooga at New Orleans, night, They defeated Senators, 4-2 in Washington. Philadelphia's Athletics moved into third place by defeating the St. Louis Browns. 0-2. last night In Philadelphia. Alex Kellncr won his third relief victory in a row, holding the Browns to two lilts and no runs In five and two thirds Innings. He relieved Lou Hrlssie, in the fourth. Parnell Stops White Sox Vcrn Stephens' ninth home run In the eighth w'th a male aboard, enabled the Boston lied Sox to nose out the Chicago White Sox 4-3. Southpaw Mel Pnrnell hung up his fifth victory against one defeat for Boston. Tlie Cincinnati Reds beat the Boston Brnves, 5-4, to move within two games of the Nnliminl League, lead, shared jointly by the Braves and New York Giants. Bob Chcsnes pitched and batted the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 3-7 victory over the New York Ginnts. Chesnes limited Ihe Giant sluggers to six h'ls and started the Maior League Leaders Anierlcpn Lcaime Batting Mitchell. Cleveland .38<i; Zcrnlal, Chicago .317 Runs — Jcost. Philadelphia 32. Wi'llriiTis. Boston 21 Runs batted in—Williams. Boston 2B: Stephens, lioston 27 Hits—Koll, Detroit 42; Zcrnlal. Chicano 40 Doubles — Zcrnlal. Chicago 12. Chapman, Philadelphia 11 Trrnlcs—Mitchell. Cleveland 6: VMe. Philadelphia 4 Home runs—Stephens, Boston 9; Williams. Boston. Kokos and Grant-in. St. Louis 7 Stolen ba-=<-s—Dlllinper. St. l/>uls 4: TPbbft's, Breton and Valo. Phil- Pti rli'iiT — White. Chicago and Lonat. New York. 4-fl LOW) S'rikeouLs — New''ouser. Detroit 36; P?rnell. Boston 32 National Leaeuc Bntlinc—Schoendinist. St. Louli .302; Marshall. New Ynrk ,3»0 rtuiis—Mflrshi'll, New York 25' Gordon, New York and Dark. Boston 24 Runs balled in — Campnnell" Brooklyn arrt Kiner. Pillshiir"h 22. Hits—Lockman. New York 40 Dr»rk. Boston 39 Doubles—Jones. Philadelphia 11 W'ltkns. Philadelphia 9 Triples — Smallcy. Chicago A Yesterday's Sports in Brief Bv thr Associated Press YORK — The New York Yankees -announced outfielder Joe DIMa<zeio would return to practice nr-xt week. Chicaeo—The Brooklyn' Dodger^ 'rocled outfielder Mori' Rackley to Pittsburgh for outfielder-first baseman Johnny Hopp and cash. LO^ ANGELES—The lightweight title fisht between champion Ike Williams and Enrique Bolanos was rescheduled for Aug. 11. STOCKHOLM—Frank Pnrker of os Angeles and Nils Rohlsson of wcden won the men's doubles hamnionshlo In Stockholm's May T.OMDON—chile defeated Eevnt, -2. to complete the quarter-final bracket in the European zone Davis Cup eliminations. Shorts and Shells Leo Barnhorse of Notre Dame who was supposed to go to Indian- unolls with the Kentucky boys In that National Basketball League packaze deal, celebrated his 25tl birthday bv signing a B. A. A contract ..Tulane's Paul Blenz who recently equalled the wort' 2'0"-yard record, and Alabam Charley Davis, who finished jus * step behind him. will clash again In the opening game of the foot ball season Sent. 24 ..Texas Char lie Talom. tabbed as the fastest tackle In football, will enroll at the CJ. of \yisconsin to finish his mechanical "engineering course after a season with the Oreen Bay Packers. ITS A LONG WALK BACK HOME! Kinningham Motor G Steele. Mo. BLYTHEVILLES ONLY It'i Ju«t Good Jud9»n««f winnnig rally with n ninth Inning Spahn. Boston 31 Thomson. New York 3 Home Runs—Gordon. New Yor and Klner Pittsburgh. 7 .Stolen Bases—RobiP.son. Brook lyn 5: Lockmnn. New York 4 Pitching—Branca. Brooklyn 61000: Heinlsolman, Phihuirlphia 4 1 .800 Sirikoouts—Branca. Brooklyn It is estimated that the Milky Vay contains more 100,000 suns. than 100,000,- Slate Department In North Carolina they'll tell you Lou Allen. Duke tackle. Is out of the shadow of teammate Al Dero- Eatis and will he the next all- America lineman from that state If so. Soulh Jarolina's Rer En- riqhl deserves an assist.. A couple of vears ago. Allen quit school and volunteered his services to an Enricht-coached eolleiriate all-star team which was to nlav the Charlotte dinners...Said Enrtght: "I can't allow such a fine, talented football nlaver to end his collc- aiafe eligibility," and he sent Lou back...Now vou know what the coach of Soulh Carolina snid to the player from^North Carolina. 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Come oat tor a demonstration. JACK ROBINSON IMPLEMENT CO. On Kasl Main BlvlheviBe Pho-i* 2371 Wednesday & Thursday "TUNA CLIPPER" with Roddy McDowell News * Short STEEL BUILDINGS D«<lfln fvll U»*M* Sp at* • Adioublt lo miny induilnil, eoiwier. Dial 4261 Box Office Opens at 7:00 Show Starts at 7:30 Wednesday S; Thursday \V^lt IHsno's Great Musical Comedy "MELODY TIME" (IN TECHNICOLOR) Also Shorts BUTLtR^BUILT C. A. T;inl Construction Company Ai]|horl;i-ii Dealer for Bullcr Steel Buildinss —Cc-neral ConlractitiK T. O. Box S3 Vlione 8!m Blytheville, Ark. j