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SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1949 BLYTHEVn.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Five Grid Drills Start Aug. 20; Stars Bow 38-0 Mosley Expects 30-40 Hopefuls 19 Lettermen Back From '48 Squad; Pops To Start Same Day Athletic Director Russell Mosley said yesterday that he expected between 30 and 40 candidates to be on hand next ."aturday when the state clutninion Blytheville Chicks join some 160-odd other high sclico S ( Louis HOW THEY Birmingham Nashville • .. SOUTHKKN LEAGUE W .... 72 12 L Pet. 43 .626 49 .595 Mobile New Orleans Atlanta I-lltle Rock .Memphis 50 Chattanooga 49 56 56 63 66 69 12 Dodgers Protest 5 to 3 Defeat; Cardinals Regain League Lead tenm-" in the opening of prc-season football rivals for the 1949 season. football practice for slate hlRli schools will be allowed commencing fc Aug. 20, according to Arkansas If Athletic Association regulations. ' The regular season, however, will not he allowed (o slnrl until thi? fccond school week In September. The Chicks will open their season Sent., 16 against Paragould here. The Junior High Papooses, too. wilt begin practice next Saturday. Coach Mosley said. Earl Stabler, who was aapolntert junior hijih grid roach last spring, will arrive in Blvtheville Aug. 90 to take over his duties and will have full charge of NATIONAL LEAGUE W L 61 39 Brooklyn GT «t New York 54 52 Boston 55 53 .525 .521 .475 .441 .420 .4.5 Pet .632 By Joe Rtlchler Associated Press Sports Writer The National League pennant Joe Garaglola combined their talents to lift the Cards into first place. Staley stopped the Pittsburgh lace may be decided in President Pirates with six lilts while Musinl - - - • — ' Bn( ) Garaglola pounded three-run Ford Prick's office. Prick will be asked lo rule on a \ homers to give the Ileuuirds an 8-2 Philadelphia Pittsburgh .....,,. Cincinnati Chicago .. 41 protest by Manager Burt Shotton of Brooklyn of the Dodgers' 5-3 defeat at the hands of the Boston Braves last niglit. The loss, together with St. Louis' 8-3 triumph ove: Pittsburgh, clumped place, a half Cardinals. Shotton based his protest over a decision on Duke Snider's eighth triumph. The Boston Red Sox hopped over the Cleveland Indians into second place in the American League, race by twice outscorlng the hapless Washington Senators, 15-7 and 13-11 the Dodgers into second In an afternoon-night doublehead- gi\me back of the er. The Sox are five games In back of the pace-setting New York Yankees, and a half game in front of AMKHKAN LEAGUE W L New York ............ 67 39 Cleveland ............ 6- 45 62 45 Boston Phiadelphia Detroit .... Chicago .. Washington the junior program. Couch Mosley stated that he has ordered all prosucclive Chick candidates to report to Haley Field Thursday and Friday for the issuing o! practice equipment in order that hi c team may get practice underway on opening day. The Paps will draw uniforms on the 20th. To Us* New Practice Field Initial practice drills for the Chicks has been called for 9 o'clock Saturday morning with an afternoon session scheduled for 3:30. The Chicks new practice field located near the site of the proposed new high school building on North 10th Street is being put Into shape and will be ready for use next Saturday. Both the Chicks and the Paps will use the new practice facilities, Coach Mosley said. Heretofore they have held practice sessions at the Blytheville Country Club. Coach Mosley stated that two sessions will be held dally from opening day until school opens next im month. Sessions will be at 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Included araony the candidate* expected to answer Coach Mosley's Initial call for material will be 19 lettermen from last year's state championship squad as well as several letter-men up from the junior hlffh rank* and several newcomers, The returning lettermen are backs Charles (Ruff) Lutes, Roger Lum. Robert, Reid, Buddy Donner Bennie Gentry, E. B. Gee, Jr., anc Louts Anderson; ends Marvin Hall Thomas Prince Max Gurley anc Carl Bean; tackles Jim Berry. J A. Lloyd, Bill Boyd and Coleman Borowsky; guards Jim Garner, Jerry Phillips and Leroy Crtner, and center J. C. Droke. Papoose graduates expected to bolster the Chick roster are backs Mel Hay, Joe Walls, Virgil Davis, Robert Harrison and Bobby Garner. Ends John Paul Hutcherson and Mack Hay; tackle Billy Bert Mayo; guard Richard Martin and Elmer Richardson, center. Among the newcomers that are expected to he on hand for the issuing- of equipment are BUI (Buzzy) Wunderllch. a 200-pound plus lineman that is expected to see I considerable action this fall. Buzzy is back from a brief stay at Snowden Junior High School In Memphis where he lettered and made the all-Mem phis junior squad last year; and Larry Daniels, a 200- pownder, who -Mayeel junior ball for the Paps a couple of years ago. Coach Johnny Staples, who assisted Coach Mosley last fall, will be back again this year to direct the linemen while Coach Mosley schools the backs. St. Louis .......... 59 59 ---- 46 .......... 38 35 £J I inning triple with one out. The •^ 1 Brooklyn outfielder's drive, which cording to Umpire Art Gore hit e three-foot screen atop the ccti- field wull. bounded back on the ay ing field. Gore first ruled it a homer, then versed himself.. Snider, running full till, saw Gore signal a homer id slowed up as he came (nto iifd. Ho trotted home without a ,ay being made on him. Gore said he thought balls hit- Pet. .632 .585 .519 .546 .541 .426 .365 .327 Yesterday's Results NAT1ONAI LEAGUE Philadelphia 2, New York 0 (called at end of 1th rian) Boston 5. Brooklyn 3. St. Louis 8, Pittsburgh 2. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 15-13, Washington 7-11 Chicago 6, Cleveland S Detroit 4, St. Louis 1 New York 7, Philadelphia 3 SOUTHKRN LEAGUE Birmingham 5, New Orleans (14 innings) Chettanooga 5. Memphis 0 Nashville 9, Little Rock 8 Mobile 3. Atlanta 2 Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE (All Night Games) Memphis at Chattanooga. Little Rock at Nashville. New Orleans at Birmingham. Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia at New York (2). Boston at Bfoklyn. Cincinnati ::\ Chicago. Pittsburgh at St. Louis, night. AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington at Boston. New York at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Detroit. Only games scheduled Sports Roundup Hucb FuJIerUn Jr. By Frlli Hovrll llHnch-HIUiiig fur Hush S Fuller- Um, Jr.) VANDAL1A. O., Aug. 13— (If I— This quiet Mlani Valley village is all set !or America's loudest sports event. The Grand American Trapshoot — the golden anniversary one — is booked h ere Aug. 19-21. More than a million shotgun shells ng the screen below the railing ere home rims. He said he later calized his error and waved Snl- er back to third. Under the ground ule such a ball is In play. Shorten said Gore's original call lowed up Snider on the bases, anc :\at he might have completed the ircuit even with a play on him 'he score was 5-3 at the time. Aft- r going back to third Snider die lot score, as the next two batters iopped out. Heath, Holmes Homer Last night's defeat not onl; knocked the Brooks out of firs >lace, but snapped their six-gam winning streak. A pair of horn -tins by Jeff Heath and Tomm lolmes, each with one on, did th rick for the Braves. Gerry Staley, Stan Muslal an Cleveland. The Indians dropped u 6-5 verdict to the Chicago White Sox, \vliile the Yankees walloped the Philadelphia Athletics. 1-3. Vern Stephens led the 14-liit fust ame assault on four Nat hurlcrs ilth three hits Including his 29tli lomer. and five runs batted in. The lox were forced to come up with wo tallies in the last of the eighth o snap an 11-11 tie. Adams' Single Wins Southpaw Tommy Byrne hurled our-hlt bull over the last eight tn- nngs to register his 10th triumph or the "Yankees. Herb Adams' single with the bases loaded mid two out in the Mill be fired in Hie big barrage. It's not only the loudest of the country's sports competitions. It is also one of (he most unusual. For instance— only the amateurs get prize money, the professionals .shooting for trophies; an admission charge is made to hold down the crowd, not as a revenue-producing angle; and (lie 'unknowns," not the experts, generally win the big feature, the Grand American Handicap. Dead-Kye Dicks and Doras! About 2000 guys and gals, all experts with scatteigims, will take part ill the nine-day carnival. , *h« w*i> ft «*«• th i They'll come from every state in gave the White Sox iheir the imionj Cuba( me Cftna , ZolW( one-run decision over the Indians. The Indians had tied the score in he eighth with three runs. Ignited by Larry Doby's home run. Virgil Trucks permitted the St. Louis Browns only two hits in pitching the Detroit Tigers to a 4-1 triumph. It was his 14th against eight losses. In an afternoon game. Hank Borowy pitched the Philadelphia Phils to a 2-0 seven-inning victory over the New York Gians. Rain halted the contest. The Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds were idle. Newspaper Want Ad Enables Pine Bluff To Get New Industry PIN?; BLUFF, Ark., Aug. 13.(>P> --The Pine Bluff Commercial attributed this city's acquisition of a new industry to the desire of a private citizen to do something tor his community—and a newspaper ^ want ad. The newspaper said the Larkln Lectro Products Co., manufacturer of transf"mcTs and arc welding machines, will locate a plant here with a potential employment, of 350 persons. This, said the Commercial, is the way it came about; Harry Hnni, a "ine Bluff real Bears Nick Crax 3-2; Chicks Bow To 'Noogans 5-0 By The Associated Press Mobile's Bears nicked the Atlanta Crackers, 3 to 2, last night to move into third place in tlie outh- ern Association race for the pennant. Tlie victory put Mobile a half- game ahead of the New Orleans Pelicans, and six games out in front of the- Crackers. Tlie Pels dropped back when they lost to Birmingham's league-leading Barons. Jim McDonald pitched and batted tlie Barons to a rain-delayed, extra-innings victory, 5 to 4. n.fc- Donald tapped in the winning run in the bottom of the 13th inning. He yielded 12 liiis. The game ran more than four hours, with about an hour and a half lost because, of rain. The Nashville Vols held their runner-up spot three games behind Birmingham by shading the Little Rock Travelers. 9 to 8. Vol catcher Carl (Swisli> Sawalskl banged out his 33rd homer of the year. Nashville took the lead. 7-6. with a four-tally.explosion in tlie fourth frame. Southpaw Art Cuccurullo gave up 12 hits in six and two- thlrds innings, but was given credit for the witi. The Chattanooga Lookouts ran their victory string to five straight, shutting out the Memphis Chicks Mississippi Pro Takes Over Lead in Tarn O'Shanter CHICAGO, Aug. 13. (If) — Buck White, a chunky, chuckling southerner who's been a pro for most of his 39 years, rode out in front today, gunning for the §10,000 first prize of the Tain O'Shanter world golf meet. The straight-shooting Buck, who signs his name O'Neal White of Greenwood, Miss., shot a seven-un- rier-par 65 yesterday for a halfway total of 135. Right behind old Buck was Johnny Palmer of Bariin, N. C. He banked a 69 and his two-day total is 136. Four golfers were ti;d for third place at 137 as the pro field headed nto the last two rounds today with .lie field cut to 32 low scorers and :ies. You had to have 144 or better to stay in the chase for the $32,500 total of green stuff. The four at 137 vere Clayton Heafner of Charlotte. M. C., 66-71; Henry Ransom, Chicago. 67-70; Jimmy Demaret, ojai, Calif, 69-68; and Jim Turnesa, Briarcliff, N. J., 68-69. At 138 were Sam Sneal. tile year's No. 1 money grabber with 12-66; Ed Purgol, Royal Oaks, Wch., 6S-10; and Bob Hamilton, Landover, Md., 72-66. Lloyd Mangmm, Tan.'s pro and the defending champlcn whipped out a 65-out in 35 and thfn a record- equalling 30 back. But he was a gone goose. His fiist roind 76 left lim in 58th place at 141. Meroney Teams Riley and Welch For Tag Match Tex Riley, the quick-tempered Irishman Irom Muleshoe. Tex., will team with Ho- Welch, eldest of the four wrestling Welch brothers in the tag match main event of Promoter Mike Meroncy's wrestling bouts at the Memorial Auditorium Monday night. Riley and Welch, two of Meroney's most popular grapplers, will oppose a pair of Italian strong men, Frank Marconi and Ralph Oara- balcli, In the tag match feature bout. The match will be best two of three fallr, over the 90-minute time limit route. This will be the first time that Riley and Welch have teamed in a tag event here in several months Both have large following among Blythevllle's mat fans and both arc exponents of the scientific style ol grappling. Both Marconi and Garanaldi rte- lend almost entirely on their size nd strength while In the ring Both are senior heavyweights, tip- >hlg' tbe scales at near the 220 K>und mark. 1 In the two one-fall preliminary >outs included on Monday night' card Garabaldi will tangle with Ttiley and Welch will meet Marconi. Mexico, and all ol Canada's provinces. If you're among them, and wish to shoot in each event, you'll have to lay out S164 in entry fees alone If you want to get Into the com- >licated "optionals, in which the shooters wager a bit on their ability can drop another $360 Into the pot. On top of that you'll have o buy at least 64 boxes of shells on the grounds, at somewhcr around $96. The entry-optional-shell cost 1 in the neighborhood of $620.50 which Isn't ft bad neighborhood and on top ol that you must pil your transportation, lodging, food and Incidental expenses. NFL Champs Roll To Easy Victory Philadelphia Eagles Pile Up Record Score In Taking Collegians By Chartw Chamberlain CHICAGO, Aug. 13. lA'i—Mcst of tlie nil star collegians, already .signed with pro football clubs, rmiied to training camps today to begin preparing for their play-for-pay ca- reis. It's a good thing ninny of them are in a hurry. Apparently, they have a lot to learn. The most inept and bewildered nil-star group In the IB-year history of the football series was burled 38-0 by the Philadelphia Eagles last night. The National League champions, feeding 44 plnyers Into the scram- e in tin effort to keep ciinvn the core, couldn't help but- roll up the lost decisive edge since the Raines •ere inaugurated in 1934. FV>rty- ight all stars were used out of n tockpile oi 65. A throng of 93.780 (nils witnessed \\c massacre In Soldier Field. Only three fine goal-line stands nd other bits of defensive sparkle tood in the all stars' favor. Spllt-T Ineffective Their heralded offensive weapon he Split T formation, proved inef fective. Their aeriul attack, uehhu such aces as Norm Van Brocklin o Oregon and Frank Tripuka of Notr Dame, netted a minus three yard with three completions In 15 at iempts. With such bail-carriers as Georg Talinferro of Indiana, Clyd ISmRckover) Scott of Arknnsai Jack Mitchell of Oklahoma an Bogby Stuart of Army In actloi Legion's Regionol Tourney Opens at Little Rock Today LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Aug. 13. — Holsum-Forller High of New Orleans was to tangle with Sunset High, of Dallas, Tex., today to start the fight for the Sixth Regional American Legion Junior baseball championship. The two teams were to meet at 3 p.m Other first-round prilrinps pitted Marks. Miss,. HlRh against the Uoughboys of Little Rock. Arkansas' tlllcholder for the last six years. Tliat game Ls set for 8 p.m. Winners of the games will [angle Sunday. Losers will meet In another same the same day. Finals In the double elimination tournament will be reeled off Tuesday nlslit. Tilltst will cany the sixth region nners into the sectional to'.irnrv be played at Siimter, S. C.. Aug. -25. For your outlay you eel a chance to fire for about $50.000 In prizes, a sore shoulder and an unknown amount of optional returns. You'll Iso get a chttnce to meet some of he country's most colorful charac- ers, iucUuliiig some gals who could :iake Annie Oakley look like a no- Ice with a shooting Iron. The million shotgun shells (may>e more) will spew at least 35 tons of leaden pellets in front of the raps—and that lead will b mined ater. The targets, if piled one atop .lie other like saucers, would soar seven miles into the sky. 5 to 0. The 'Noogans now are within a half game of escaping the loop basement. Tony LOTCUZO handled the whitewashing trick, and permit- estate man. decided to see what mdividral citizen could do in tho way of bringing an industry «• Pine Bluff. He spent his own lime and money to go to New York City and advertising Pine Bluff's industrial qualifications in a New York ncws- piiper. Five firms contacted him Tor more information. He was impress- i ed by the Larkin firm, now operating a plant in New York, and sold it on the idea of moving to Pine Bluff. The Commercial said the Larkln plant Ls expected to be located on the Pine Bluff. Arsenal ground? and get into production about Nov. I. U\rktn fi\ed articles of incorpora- m lion in Little Rock yesterday, list™ ing $154.000 capital. let! only seven hits. Mo. Postmasters Okayed AP Special Washington Service WASHINGTON, Aug. 12. UP) — The Senate has approved the fol- .owing nominations (or postmaster in Missouri: Howard L. Dickirson Dexter; Florence M. Newton, Free- NOTICE OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT Notice Is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas has !.«ued a permit. No 219 to Butord Martin to They're Clay Targets In referring to the flying clas's y<iu must call 'em targets, discs or saucers—never clay pigeons. A of folk think "clay pigeons" are live birds and write snippy letters to the Amateur Trapshooting Association about shooting 'em by the million. A couple of years ago a well- meaning northern Ohio lady, reading in the papers about the big increase in skeet shooting, wrote' the Conservative Department and wanted sket put on the song bird list along with quail in the buckeye state. 'If they don't quit shooting all those skcet," she informed conservation commission H. A. (Buck) Rider, "they'll soon become extinct." the all-stars shoved their through the Eagles for a mere 11 yards rushing. Tlie Eagles uncorked 19 downs to five, 228 yards rushing an 130 passing. Eagles Defense Sfron K But more emphatic tlmn Hgur was the all-stars' inability to pen trate beyond midflelri but one That was In a first period dri that ended In a lost luinblc on th Eagles' 30. In Jamming over n points In U second quarter, seven In the thl and H in the last, five different Eagles went for touchdowns—Steve Van Buren. Russ Craft, Pete Pihos Noble Doss, and Neil Armstrong. CUM Patton added a 16-yard field goal. Most satisfying conclusion to the game—which kept the National League champions ahad In the series with nine victories to five, with two ties—was the absence of serious O'l'ICE OF GRANTING OF UQIJOR PERMIT Not'ce Is hereby given that the ommissjor.er of the revenues of the Jtc of Arkansas has Issued a peril. No 211 to Arrnorcl Drug Com- iny. Erlward M. Regenolrt to sell id di.spen.se vinous or spirituous quors 'or beverage nt retail on the remises drscrlbed as 1 Main Street, rmo: p e!, Arkansas. This permit Issued on the 1st. day 1 July !!!49 and expires on the Oth day ot June 1950. ARMOREL DRUG CO. Edward M. Regenold As much as 10 tons of ice is •ernitred for a single railroad re- VlRcrator car on a coast to coast trip. Major League Leaders By the National Lemcue Batting — Robinson, Brooklyn, .363; Slaughter, St. Louis, 333. Runs—Reese, Brooklyn, **; Robinson. Brooklyn, 90. Runs batted In—Robinson, Brooklyn. 94; Hodges, Brooklyn, 84 Eiits—Robinson. Brooklyn, 154; Thomson, New York, 143. Doubles—Muslal. St. Louis. 2*; Ennis and Jones, Philadelphia, 2*. Triples—Robinson, Brooklyn. I; Ennis. Philadelphia and Smalley, Chicago, 8 Home runs—Klner, Pittsburgh, 29; Gordon. New York and Sauer, Chicago 24. Stolen buses—Robinson, Brooklyn, 27; Reese, Brooklyn, 17. Pitching—Pollct, St. Louis. 15-3, Hmica, Brooklyn, 12-4 and Roe, rooklyn, 9-3. .750. Strikeouts—Spahn, Boston, 9«; Ncwcomhe Brooklyn, 91. American Ltaicue Baiting—Williams, Boston, .335; Kcil. Dclroil .344. Runs—Williams, Boston, 111; Joost, Philadelphia, 101. Runs batted in—Stephens. Boa- ion, 121; WMiams, Boston IIS. Hits—Williams. Boston, 142: t)i- M;\sglo. and Pesky. Boston. 139 Doubles - Williams. Boston, 30; Kell. Detroit. 29. Tripler^Mltchetl, Cleveland. 16; DrUneer, st Louis, 11. Home Runs—Williams and Stephens, Boston, 29. Stolen bases—Dilllnger, St. Louis, 10; 4 players tied with 8. Pitching — Reynolds. New York, 11-2 .846; Wynn, Cleveland, 9-3 .750. Strikeouts—Trucks. Detroit. U8; Ncwhouser. Detroit, M. injuries to either group. 80-Year-Old Man Sees Daughter for First Time; 'Looks Like Me', He says LaCROSSE. Wis., Aug. 13. W) — Eighty-year-old Bert Jacobs saw his daughter. Helen, for the first time Wednesday and said "she looks Just like me." Helt-n Is 51 and a grandmother. She is Mrs. Fred Soughton of Dearborn. Mich. The meeting took place at the home of Mrs. jess Hill, Jacobs' daughter by, a second marriage, where he now resides. A divorce ended Jacob's first marriage. There was a two-year-old son. Harold, and another child on the way. Helen was born after her sell am! dispense vinous or spirit- '. mother moved away from Bagley, ous liquors for beverage at retail I Wis. Because of the rift. Jacobs said, on the premises described as +20 W. [ he lost track of his children about. Ash. Blytheville. This permit issued on the 1 day of July 194U and expires on tbe 30 rtay of June J950. Buford Martin 8-6-13 Button Co/lection Contains Antique Prizes MOUNT DORA, Fla. (AP)—Mrs. A.J. Waltz has 15.000 buttons. Six years ago Mrs. Waltz teceived severs! Wilton boxes belonging to ncr mother and grandmother and she began a collection. She has them from all over the world. They're made of almost every type of material and are mounted on cards showing the classification. One is a perfume button, worn during the nineties. It held milady's favorite perfume. She has another, a porcejinc miniature of Mczart 30 years ago. Mrs. Stouchton came to Milwaukee last week to visit relatives end made a side trip to her mothers old home People there said they heard that Jacobs was living at La Crosse. A newly devised horizontal circular sa'V to be mounted directly in front of a tractor, with suitable I power takeoff, can roll ritrht Corn Belt Farmers Will Fatten More Cattle This Year WASHINGTON, Aug. 13— (IP>— \lidwesttrn corn belt larmers had per cent—or about 255.000 more lead—ol cattle on feed for the laughter market on Aug. 1 than a ^ear ago, the Agriculture Department has reported. Generally speaking, cattle fat- ened in corn belt feed lots produce a higher quality of bee! than cattle aliened on the ranges. Most of the feed lot cattle will ;o to market during the next three or four months. The department said all corn belt states hsd more cattle on feed than year ago, except Indiana and Kansas The department said more truck- ed-ln-cattle and cattle wintered on pastures and field grains have been put In Colorado feed lots this spring and summer tlian last. The estimated number of cattle on feed Aug. I as a percentage of a year earlier in the dillerent states follows: Ohio 108 per cent. Indiana 95, Illinois 118. Michigan 130, Wisconsin US, Minnesota 125. lo'-va 13S. Missouri 100. S'lllh Itakf>t:i 100, Nobras- ka 135 and Kansas 95. We Have a Complete Stock of Gin and Mill Supplies • Goodrich Belting • Clipper Belt Hooks • Woods Gin Saw Files • Steam Packing 0 I'yrene Extinguishers and Recharges. HUBBARD HARDWARE Co., Inc. West Main Phone I»15 Color television Is not likely *n make yorr black and white video a tree and saw it off close to the set obsolete for at least another N U - WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phone 4474 SHRUBBERY We offer a complete line of StarV: Landscaping plants and trees. . Order now [or Fall planting Start's 131 years experience hi this field assures your getting the most tor ycur money. Allow us to give you a free estimate. Telephone 554 today. BLYTHEVILLE WILLYS SALES COMPANY BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWKS'I ADMISSION I'RICE ANYWHERE! 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