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THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1949 BI.YTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAC;B TEN Indians Drop Two To Lowly Browns; Cards Edge Reds Phillips Protests Loss to Ark-Mo Biytheville Motor Wins Shutout over Sullivan-Nelson Nine The Hlylhpvillr Motor Company Motormcn and the Ark-Mo Kilo- j Cleveland's baseball crown was slightly askew today, ! \vatu-is Rainrd first-round victor- rling only a couple of more mitlges to knock it ol'i' com- • j.^ nll \",i 0 ^ By lot Rfk'hlfj iA»MK Ult-d Prrts Sports Wrilrr) needing ... ! but. the Kilnwatters may have to II is becoming more and more evident that unless Hob play their Ramp over due to a Keller and Boh Lemon *el .some mudi needed pitching help, [ P™IOM by ihe Phillips Fordinen. Ihal world championship i'lag won't be waving much longer at the Indians' municipal stadium. OI the htsly heralded big live,* inly F'elter and Lemon have bppn :oming through of blc. Gene Boar- ten has been a flop. Steve Gromek. K\IO was outstanding in the World Series, has done novhing this sea- ion. Gotnek has won four games jhls season, and Bearden seven. Early Wynn. vrho took up thi* ilark di'rinR June ami July, has aeen Retting his bumps of late. The relief brigade, uiih one or -wo except ions, hasn't bre/i com- n& through. Of Cleveland's last nine victories. Feller and Lemon *• on .six. The Indians went into battle ivithout Feller and Lemon y ester- jay and were neatly scalped by :he lowly St. Louis Brown?. They ;ook a double defeat that may if nock them out of the pennant rtiee. The Brownies won by scores jr 10-6 ntid 5-2. The Tribe i.s now in third place i full live games behind thl New Vorlc Yankees, Yanks Protect I.rad HOW THEY STAND NATIONAL LKAGUE St. Louis Brooklyn New York Ho.ston Philadelphia Pltt.sburgh Cincinnati Chicago W 69 fifl ,sr> fifj si •w L Pet ftOS .4% .-ID7 .371 AMKK1CAN New Yovk Boston Cleveland E'hiladolphia Wa.shi nylon St. Louis Pet 47 .5? 62 53 4$ fit 3ft 72 To protect their lead over the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees rallied to score two runs in 1 he aoltorn of the ninth and nip the Washington Senators, 4-3. Tfie Red Box ovecame the Philadelphia Alh- Atlanta letics, 5-1. in 10 Innings. In ihe National League race, the St. Louis cardinals took over first- place from the Brooklyn Dodgers by a half game margin. The Cards outlasted the Cincinnati Reds, 4-3, in a I3~irming niftht thriller while the Dodgers bowed to the Philadelphia Phillies, 11-7. In the afternoon. A -single by relief pitcher Freddie Martin scored Enos SOUTHERN New Orleans Mobile Little Rock .. Memphis Cbaitaiumpa L 50 4!) 58 39 119 T> 78 Ycstrrclav's Results XAUOSAL I.KA^UK Philadelphia U Rronklyn SI. Louis 4 Cincinnati 3 Ark-Mo wot. their same from Phillips, the fir>t ln r * nfehL. by a 9-5 margin but the game was played under protest tvom the very fir-t inn tup. The Motormcn. behind the four-hit pitching of Krwtn Jones, shut out the Siilllt'an - Nelson Chevrolet Boys 4-0 in la.st night's second pame, Phillips voiced a protest in the la.st. half of the first inning when i second baseman Billy Baker ove.r- • ran pitcher Tom Key at third ba.se ' and was called OUT. Manager A. C. . Duc'los protested the £fune. on the Grounds that neither base ruimur ] was tapped. Third bn.se ' mi pi re Pan] , Lipfnrrl ruled, tliat it was an overrun play and no lag was necessary. [ W lift her or not the play would have had anv direct bearing oti Lhe ' outcome of the same is a question ( for speculation. Tom Ivey, who has demonstrated • remarkable control with his fast : ball and fnsi curve all year, had trnublr finding the plate all night i and his wildness kept him in hot ! water. • Fie yielded only five hit,", but four • ba.sc.s on halls and a couple of in! field errors spelled the difference. • Stewart Oiirley opened on the hill for Ih Kilowattn-s but ran into trouble in the second and was re- ; lieved bv BiUv Denlon who finished ihe came. Den ton got credit for the win. in the second same, Jone.s kept Sullivan-Nelson batters on hi.s hip. .striking out 14. walking only two I and allowing only four safe blows. ! onlv one lor extra ba.scs. The Ch> rolet Boys did not get a runner | past, .seenmi base. Johnnv Ens lev went all the wa for Sullivan-Nelson, givin? up seven Luxora, Caraway Divide Twin-Bill Two Legion Nines Wind Up Regular Ploy for Season. LUXORA, Aug. 18—The Luxora Junior LcgionnaireA wound up their regular season play yesterday afternoon by splitting a twin bill with the f'.aw.iy junior nine on the t.uxora diamond. Caraway won the first game 8-6 j with a three-run rally in the last inning. Luxora came back to take the nightcap 5-4, pushing across the winning tally In I he seventh inning. Doth games were held to seven innings. In the first game, Maxey of Cara« r fiy out pitched Hutherford of the Lvxora nine. Luxora .scored six-runs in the very first timing to take a comfortable lead but saw it van- i.sh on the heels of a late Caraway rally. The visitors scored five runs in the .second and three in the .seventh to gain the victory. fn the second game, Stanford went all the way for Luxorn to pain a 5-4 win. Bowrten went the Sports Roundup Hush Kullerlou Jr. (Fur Hugh Kullnlon, Jr.) AT LA NT A, Aug. 18. (;Vj — W lien the Philadelphia Eagles split the All-StarV "split T" formation last week in Chicago, paradoxically that was the widening of the split In the nation'-' football coaching ranks, You now can count Georgia Tech's Bobby Dodd on the side of coaches like Don Faurot and Bud Wilkinson who think the "split T' has a halo -id ivitiged feet. It may be strange for some people to imagine a fellow like Dodd or most any other coach, still believing in -he "split T" after the Eagle.s wrecked it 50 thoroughly but that's what Bobby is doing. And furthermore, he has more tha» casually interested company among other southern coaches. Hi may not be the only one soon to Join Oklahoma's Wilkinson ant Missouri's Faurot. Dodd was an assistant last week to Wilkinson, head coach of ihe All-Stars. During training he learned plenty about the split T and no full seven for Caraway. j doubt Hiiriip the game debacle h< Carawfiy scored "U of Us rum i learned plenty of twines the new in the openinc frame and was j formation can't accomplish, blanked the rest of the way. * 'Noogcrns Drop Two to Chicks; Pebs Nip Vols By The Associated Press The Memphis Chicks drove Ihc Chattanooga Lookouts deeper into the Southern Association basement last night by whipping Ihein, 2-1 and 8-5, in a doubleheader. The two clubs battled through H scoreless innings in the first tilt. The Lookouts scored a tally in Uie top ol the 12th on a Chick miscue. but Memphis rallied for two runs in their halt of the frame. Roy B schen singled in both j'uns. The pace-setting Barons of Birmingham divided another double bill with the Mobile Bears. The Barons shut the Bears out, 6 to 0 in the opener, and were then shutout themselves, 1 to 0, in the nightcap. The Bears brought the winning run home in the last of Hie eleventh. Nashville, second In the stand - j n%s, was cl ippe d 5 and 2 by I he Li it 1 e Ro ck Tra ve lers. Th e Vols were held to seven hits by Joe Smolko, who turned in his first victory for the Tra vs. Carl (Swish) SawaUki socked his 37th homer of the season for the Vols. The sun is estimated to havt 50,000,000 tons of platinum In the form of . gas heated to 11,000 degrees Fahrenheit. ANOTHER RUTH — Ocige ilcrmnn Kulh, 18, poses with his : a n d 1 o \ p;ir<ipiicrnaHa after jgning with I he Pittsburgh club. The original Babe start- t'd as a ralchfj 1 , loo. This one, :, husky six-footer, w;is named :ifler ihr Warn, his father hav- ng idoM/.od the late home run ring. The lad, who grew up a ew blocks irom Yankee -Sta- ium. will report to Ihc Pirates* alishui y. N. C.. club of the "orth Cm oiina Slate Lo~ ~ Shawnee Grid ^ITeom to Start , Drills Monday j the (--nth. I.<'xorn pushed across i two runs. addPri two more iti the ] .sixth nnri Lhe winning tally in the | .-PVRnth. ! In LhP .spconfl K^LUR. Rilly Crm- ] npr cotlcctprl thrcf 1 hi(s in tlirpe \ ti'ips. inrlnriiiiB n home 1'iin. to lead Ihp hittintr. Box ,scoj-p^: New Orlpans Tot scheduled. and Atlanta were I split T won't be his first venture. But^still. forever optimistic Bobby | in .fact the only touchdown lie came home happy with the spUt ' So did his Hue coach. Ray Graves Dodd a.«kcd that Graves be on liie all-star coaching ca.st and that .shot' Id '.ace been a tip that Tech's cansliti" coach was more interested j in the formation than lie appeared Slaughter from second with the payoff Cardinal run. A five-run ! eighth inning uprising snapped Boston 13 New York 4. 13 inn- i i rase ),,(..; includine a home run by catcher Mickev Arniftrotig. 3-5 tic and Save the the Phils rain, their second straight triumph over the Brooks. In other games the Chicago White Sox shut out the Detroit Tigers. 1-0. and the Boston Braves wallop- \ ed the New York Giants, 13-4. Rain washed out the game between Pittsburgh and the Chicago Cubs. E3ght Cleveland pitchers tried in vain to stop the Brownies, five of them seeing service in the opener. Wynn was batted out in the first inning, but the first game defeat fell upon Sam Zoldak. Satchel Paige had a 2-1 lead going into the seventh, but was shelled for three runs to be charged with his sixth defeat. Gerry Priitdy was the batting leader of the Browns, He drove In four runs with a single and triple in the first game. and. batted in two more with B single anrf homer in the nightcap. Chicago at Pittsburgh. po.-l)icnicd j a7nln The samp four teams will inept A.MF.KICAN LEAGUE St. Louis 10-5 Cleveland 6-2. New York 4 Washington 3. Boston 2 Philadelphia !. Chicago 1 Detroit 0 mighU. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Birmingham 6-0 Mobile 0-1. Little Rock 5 Nashville 2. Memphis 2-8 Chattanooga 1-5. Toclav's Games NAT10.VAI I.KM1UE Philadelphia at Brooklyn. New York at Boston. Chicago f PittJimiruh. Only games scheduled. it In the srronrt eamo nf the three-eamp firsl round series. The fir.st pntne is set lot 1 8 o'clock. Bnv scores: faraway Ooodmnli 3b Bowdeu lb Crais cf B. Dennis 2h ! CJinsoii tr Mites rf ! Brevcer c ! Maxp.y p [ ' 1 Tntals I l.llxorn R. Tatc 2h . R. Tate ss W. Talc c . O'Neal 3b EjUnsf n rd cf Stovnll Ih Looncy If . AR 4 4 . 2 3 2 4 3 -1 3 to he. Tha' unrccognlzccl Up blossomed " | « p hen nobby said Tech would have 01 a scries cf split T plays lhl> tall. 1 If his tutorial is suitable — 0 Box Office Opens at ?:• Show Starts at 7:3) Last Time 1'oday 'IN THE NAVY" Bud Abbott l.nu Costello The Andrews Sisltrs scored Ul three years of quarter- bur 1 - 1 — for Tennessee he did running backwards. That was a p' a y of his no\ - e! design. I Bobby also was one of the first players ever to call a pass play from behind his BOH] posts. The play got Tennessee out ot a hole and Bobby a reputation as a daredevil. Dodd isn't going Into the "split T play series" tightly. Another sign Friday S iralurday 'SON OF A BAD MAN' I.ash I.a Rue Fuzzy St. John Serial: Chapter 11 nf "TUB LOST JUNGLE" meaning, if he has a good running. I which was missed was Dodd's sign, quarterback — the split T 0 : in 1950 u-i'l amount to more than 1 ) a "series nf play 5 Ing to lecture at a football clinic in Oklahoma this week. j He > s om lhe] . e no , v in that hot- Hobby doesn't hold back admit- ! i, ct ) O f s prca ded linesmen, qimrter- tins that. i ( ]ac | :K u-] 10 ca n run as well as pass. When he eturned from Chicago anc j (here's no ciueslion bu bthat — — — ! Dodd. outspol-en and holiest as us- Mulloy, Talbert To Meet Aussie Net Team Today AMKKICAN I.EAHI'F Washington at New York, Detroit at Chicago. Cleveland at St. Louis <nigln> (Only games -scheduled) SOUTHKRN LEAGUE : Night games: Chattinooga at Memphis. Nnshrille at Little flock. . BlrniitigUani at ''oblle i2>. Atlanta at New Orleans <2>. BROOKLINE. Mass.. Aug. 18. f/PI I n . n , n , —Defending Utlist Oanlnar Mvilloy j DODG Kutn rlOIO and Billy -Talbert. who have been I , r ..,,,.,.,i, 1? unrter wrap- so far. will! |j DeQICOted DV find the national Doubles tennis I * En.irnaiuent's pre.s>ure much heavier when the.v face olf against j AtLsti-alia's Frank Sedgman and i George Worthington in a qtiai-lR] - i finals match today at Longwoort. Ark-Mo Chilmrm If . . j Moore 2b i T 0112 ss i Perry lb ] Wilson e( i nrav ^b npnton rt-i) i Gurley p-rf 1 Tntnls •PhiHipJ . Wix'on ss 1 Million ^b ; Ri.-nch cf-lb ; rvrv p : Raker '2b Dnclns lb ; C. Wixson cf [ Milrhell If '•Totals i Lutes DpLrmc Whittle rf . . Bunch lb t.edbetter If Hicks c Rnriihani 3b Raton cf ... Easlev p i xi Day An AB .. 2 .. 3 ., 7. AR . 3 R 1 2 3 2 I 0 0 n o 9 R 1 1 1 n o o o o i i 5 R I) 0 0 0 D 0 0 n n n I JOINER. Auz. 18—Sha'.vnce High ' School's Indians will sound their ' first uarhoops of the 1019 football ! season MontJay afternoon \vhcn i they report to coach W. C. Rook • for the opening of pre-se:isr)n drills. I ' Approximately 25 candidates, in- Totals ( eluding 10 leitcrmen from the 19-IR Indians are expected to report [or opening drills. Coach Rook said. The first drill is set for Monday afternoon. The lelterinen from lasl Rutherford p 29 An •t . i , 3 , 4 . 3 3 . 2 . 3 . 3 a ! ;ual. said, "the snlit T appears to ,„,„,.,„ ,„ „.,. „., „.,„ „,.„„., " ; he as far ahead of the normal T as | «.hich. when deciphered, are split and Bobby is filing his notebook \vith groups of "O's." "XV and arrows N E W Box Op«ns Week llays "7:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday & Sundays Mal.-Suii, 1 p.m. Cunt. Shiminj Manila, Ark. Shows EVERY NIGHT f arawav Burrouoh 1 .Second C,nmr ss Goodman year's i fj owt i c ,, j, ' 5quad thai will be back this year i crate cf 0 are: Rill Welch, end: Sonny Housa- j oi'pson 2b AB . 4 .. 0 .. 4 .. 4 . . 3 I Miles rf Porter If .... Maxey Ib . ... Tolfils , B. Tate 2b . _ R. Tate ss Rrtherford 3b j Conner c . . ; Stovnll Ib ... ! Driver rf Baker cf W. Tatc If .. Totals A'A . 2 . 2 I the old T is ahead of the single 0|\vme." ' i 0 ; Of course sinele wing folks like 2 . North Carolina's Carl Snavely, «, don't asire but, the predominant OMISC of "T" formations is the best 0 argument over the .single wing. Confidence in this formation. : which sprenrts offensive linesmen — thereby spreading the onposition and improving run possibilities ..... 'shouldn't be associated with Dodd alone. plays. ' ' SKY I ! Totals Struck 01it for Easley A NEW YORK. AUJ. 18. ^ ( -T«» iB]v| ., Motftr short Works back of Yankee Stad- . Umst oViiv on^'oth;7maY n r"n7t C h"V 5 il ' n V wi » hcl [ j PcrycUiatc the name - ^ 0] , f - ; ; J of the most famous Yankee ot them Wj nj Rmv 2b a)] -Babe Ruth, ^^1 ' <ls " "Babe Ruth Pla/a" was dfriu- it tn,1 F ^ lp ' r " 3b la.st night be.tore a crowd of S.flfiO.: ^ on [- c j including the entire prcsctit-day : Mrllare lb Yankee icam. man, tackle. Melvin Haskeit. guard F'aul ,Hcll, center. Sonny Hlggins. back; John Harrison, back; Eddie Adams. back; Aubrey Robbins. brick; Bill Ch Uriel's, tackle; and Charle.s Landerdale. eiuirti. Other candidates expected to re- ixirt are: Joe Adams, end; Marcus Sulcer. line; Brire Richards, end; She!ton Harrison, back; Tom LaRue, back; Cadman Jones, end; Robert Hill, line; Leon Speck, back; Bob Speck, line; Paul Childcr.s, back; Sonny Paulk. back: James Kinney. line; and Junior Ball. The Indians will have a full 11- Stanford p «ame schedule and will open at Hnrrisbhrg Sept. 15. Coach Rook also stated t,hat he is also planning to start a junior 0 high football program at the .school 1 this fall for the first time in the 0 hi,story of the school. Four games n have already been Hucd «p lor , Hie junior Indians he said, and , of the University of Mississippi o'one or two more are being sought, i and Cleveland Rams, will coach n The newly-formed Green a n d • thc Southwestern backfield next _ Gold Booster Chib is planning to ^"-^n. thc school has announced, i innaU new lights at the Indians' HaU was the National League's j 1 •"""•' •; season. He erad- iissippi in 1938. 1INE At recent Sortheastern Conference .coaches' get together.?, there was talk about fanning out hue-men. And most ol the tMk was highly complimentary. Several coaches say they probably will experiment a bit. When thev do offensive footbajl will be snlit wider—single \vins?- men. "T" men and "split T" men The way the southerners talked vnu couldn't heln but look on them like a bunch of sheen who milv needed snniebody to lead them to the ?nUl T. Bobby Dodd mnv hn the herder. At least lie's worth looking Into and listening to. He never alibie.s. hraqs or tr[vr= ort IvthK leads. When he savs he'll try the split " he will. Bobby had most to rin with Tech's prreat. but strange ra^ztc. daz'/lc team- of the 1030's. Like the -split T. he didn't orielnatn it. he improved on it. | And in 1945. his first year as MEMPHIS. Au?. 18. OPi—Parker Tech's head coach. Bobby imme- DRIVE-l^l THEATER 2 Miles North of Blylhevill* Boi Office Opens at 6:45 Show Starts 7:30 Parker Hall to Coach ; Hall, the former great football back diately took on the regular T. He's an experimenter and the in 7th field and do the work to better . fading passer < R H ihe school's facilities. Coach Rook \ ^™ irom r 1 ; said. ~~ on today's docket, another quarterfinals duel between the Italian Davis Cuppers, "tauni Cmrelli and Mai-cello Del Bello and Rnhprt Ad- rie^setan and Paul Reiny of France The women reduced their field to the .-emi-finals yesterday, with four American pairs surving Louise Broi'gh and Mrs. Mar?a] - et Osborne DuPon*. \vlio aie slilving for their eighth '-onsecutive national doubles virU.ir.' >ie;.deri Ihe ad* \'ance into the srronri-lasi round. for the It will be a day- of other Mirvivme team 5 . • Pandio) CTOt^ale.s and Parker, the Wimbledon doubl win nor*. Jim Brink nf Spa tile, and Buddy Behrcns of Port Laurierdale. (] Arkansas' Liquor Price Law to Get Court Airing conthrts svith the constltullon. C.C. Fontaine, Little Rock Hmist. ha.s intervened in the case. K K Y S M A I) E For any kind of loi-k. Locks opened »iui cepalrcri SPECK'S LOCK SNOT WS W. >lain, Plume 087 Rrhinri Johns Tool lull Thursday & Friday "THE DUDE GOES WEST" Added Attractions Saturday "MARSHAL OF CRIPPLE CREEK" with Allen I.ane as "Rfd Kyder." and Bobby Blakr. Last Time Tonight "ALL MY SONS" with Edward G. Robinson Also Short Friday "STORMY" with Noah Beery, ,Tr. Also Shorls Saturday "TENTING TONIGHT ON THE OLD CAMP GROUND" with Brown Also Shorts RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Lasl rime Today 'THE SEA SPOILERS" with Jo 1m \Vajne 4^ and Nan Grey News A- Short Friday and Saturday "THE RUSTLERS" with Tim Holt Cartoon & Serial Manaper Casey Stengel and lii.^ American League leaders stood, in uniforms, around the speakers si and as tribute was paid to the Bussctt rf Jonc.i p . Fla.. AListralian wich and Billy aces Jack Bn»m- Sidwcll and Eric Stllrge.'-s arid Kustance Fannin of Richard | South Africa FVankifl | Stuvpess. however, will ei^jrage in a sinp]e> exhibition with Tod Schvoedrr. ihe U. S. Da\'i.s Cup I ! LITTLE ROCK. Alls. IS. f AP) — 'J.'.. Constitutionality ol Arkansas' new 0[ timior pries (ixitic act was to be — ] aired in Puiaskt Chancery Court to- , day. ' •j'lt; on R suit filed by Rep. James A. Gipson, Benton, wa.s .scheduled before Chiincellor Guy marp of the Babe was in the croup. ! William*-. I Tribute WTS paid al.sn by Dpi ! In Lhe suiL. which names Revenue Webb, one nf the owners nf the I Commissioi.cv Dcau Movlcy as ric- Yaiikec. 1 ;. and Janie.s J. Lyons.! fend ant Gipson contends the meas- • Bronx borough prrsidrnt. ! »ro f known a,s a "lair trades" act. In IP liomr run kinp. 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