The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1949 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 23, 1949
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ETCTTT BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK:) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 19-19 Chicks and Paps Hold First Drills; Motormen in Softball Finals Mosley Greets 35 Candidates 29 Juniors Report To Coach Stabler For First Practice i NATIONAL LKAGUE Si. Louis .. Brooklyn ... Boston Philadelphia N e \v York PUt.sbuinh Cincinnati . Chicago J '•** The Blytheville Chicks and Paps I v;,seuled down yesterday lo ihe seri- * >£OUA of readying for the : .'-iteming football wars as Coaches * ''Russell M'.-sley. John Staples and ) •»«'E«rl Stabler put their "charges t • thioueh light paces al their re* 1 ; practice grounds on North Tenth New York .. : Street. Boston j. Coach Mosley ,-ent his senior Cleveland s ••• Tribe, of 3f> men through two ses- Philadelphia v •••-«ion yesterday and has more of the Detroit * tV'same' Ihed up for today. Yester- Chicago .- >,-'<!ay's drills were restricted to con- St. Loins s r>;aitionmg exercises only with a short Washington ( ;J'session of play running. » -jy Coach Stabler, witnessing his *' *'-Jlrst year a.- Pap mentor, welcomed I *£» squad of 29 candidate? at his first '• "»'drills yesterday afternoon. The j xashville f juniors spent mast of the afternoon Blrrningliam V jn limbering up and conditioning. Mobile .. ',: The Paps will hold only one prac- N PW Orleans 15 tlce daily. Atlanta \ Included among the Chick can- Little Rock r dldates at opening drills yesterday Memphis : were 15 letter winners from last Chattanooga * vear'i state championship squad ieaving only four more leliermen to report. These Include Thomas ' Pr'nce., Coleman Borowsky. Jerry .'- Phillips »nd Carl Bean, al! linemen. ' Lettermen on hand for yesterday s I- drills were linemen Bill Boyd Max 'r Ourley, Leroy Criner. Jim Garner, "' .J A. Lloyd, Jim Berry, Marvin '. Hall, ar.d J. C. Droke. and backs t '"Loiita Anderson, E. B. Gee Jr. Rob.'-. trt Reid, Buddy Donner, Roger "" "mm, Bennle Gentry and Charles Lutes. 3 ran Leltermen Back Other squadmen reporting yester- dav were linemen Cal Gossett. Jim Grissett, Roland Oxford, Robert Koonce, Mix Gurley. EugenR Koonce, B:ll (Suit Wtmderhch, Larry Oaniels. John Hutcherson. • Mack Hay. Bill Mayo, Bob Be^ry. ' Elmer Richardson, James Parrisn »nd Glen Hill. Backs—Joe Tomlm- ' ion. rred Smith, Bob O'Neal The Chicks were back at work at 9-30 this morning at a two-hour session with another session scheduled for 3:30 this afternoon. They ' will continue two drills daily until - schools beeins next month. Three returning lettermen head- I ed Coach Stabler'* Junior Tribe yes- terday They were Montroe Holland ' and Johnny O'Brien, linemen Donald Gentry, a back. Other boys trying out tor the I ap so.tiad yesterday included Criner. 'charies Shephard. • Hodge. Bruce Hay. Tom Mo, e, ;' George Skelton. Norman Bratcher • Pat Smothermon, Leon Robert Birmingham Pet .611 .600 .517 .508 .504 .470 .410 31S AMERICAN LK.1GUK Pet .610 .5KU .538 .537 .427 .333 Officials Explain New Grid Rules National Federation Code Replaces NCAA Regulations This Year Leslie iniikiei Speck of Osceola an<( Ebb Piikcns of Jone.sboro, two two veUran athlelic officials, last nitiht explained the new Arkansas high school football code to some *.'_ i 40 coaches players and ians of Mis- '•' J : • - , - . . - . , SOUTHERN I.KAUUE W ... 81 ... 71 71 67 f>:> .... 58 .... 56 ... 51 Pet .609 .5H2 .542 .523 .173 .446 .424 .397 and and M.I Yesterday's Results NATIONAL I.HAGUE Boston 7, Brooklyn 6 fNo games scheduled.) A.MKKICAN I.KAtilJE (Only game scheduled.) SOUTHKRN LEAGUE Mobile 8, Atlanta 1 Nashville 4, Memphis [) Birmingham 7, New Orleans 1 Little Rock 1U, Chattanooga 1 Today's Games NATIONAL I.KJMiUi! St. Louis at Brooklyn l'2-rtay- night) Pitt.sbuiBh at Boston might) Chicago at New York Cincinnati at Philadelphia cnight) AMKKICAN l.KAfiUF New York at IX'lroit SVnsliington at Cleveland inielit) Philadelphia at Chicago (nisht) Boston at St. I^onis tnightl i-s.sip])i Co'inly at a grid rules meeting in City Hall. Coaches, players and fans from all section-- of the county were on hand al the meeting to hear the National Federalion of High Schools' rules discussed for the first time In the county. Arkansas high school teams this year will bo governed by the National F'etteration rules instead of T he National Collegiate Athletic A.^.sociati'in code which has been lorce in the state (or several years. Mr Speck and Mr. Pickens pointed out several major differences be! ween th" two cocic.s and explained to Miose present just how the new rules will work The National P'ecleralion rules will make high -chool ?ames more open. Mr. Speck explained .and will speed up play conslde^pb'y. One of tiic major differences be- ween th' 1 t'.vo systems will be penalties Mr. Pickens sakl. Under Ihe is'at'onal Federation rules, there will be only two penalties, the | 15-yard and the five-yard. Under | the NCAA code a team could be penalized anywhere from live yards to hal f 'he (ii.siance lo the soal line. Fl.ig Has Now Meaning* "Tins vc:ir an officials' [lag on the ground will not necessarily signal n rule infraction." Mv. Picketl.s said. 'It, couls mean the pnint of a fum- blf, the ejid of a play, or the spot where a forward pass was completed." "Under the National Federation rules, wnen a foul has been committed the ball is not always brought tack to the line of scrim- and the penalty stepped off. II may be Mepppd off from where the play ended even though the penalty is against the offensive Cardinals in Flatbush. For Important Series Ky Ralph Ko<len Associated I'lrss Syorls Writer A World Scries atinospliore descended on Kliljcts Kiclel loday with the St. Louis Cardinals in Klatlnisli to take un the Brooklyn Dodgers in a series that Branch Rickey claims will decide the National League pennant. Rickey, great while father of the flock, put the pressure on this scries by predicting the winner will represent the senior circuit in the world scries. + Stan Mllsial and company, leading the Dodgers and the league by two Barnes, will stick around for two days during which they clash with the Brooks three times Trie proud Rod Birds \viil display their talents twice today, once in the afternoon and again at night. Receipts of the first game will BO lo charities In Brooklyn. New York and St. Louis. The opener is a play- oft of the July 25th game which ended in a 4-4 tic. That game, by mutual agreement, was Halted to allow both teams to entrain west. Brooks Lose 3rd in Row A Cardinal Gentry to Play In Honor Game Blytheville Player To Join Ail-American Higri School Team D f t nic Oonlry, Klvlh.-villr llijth School's all-state and all- Amrrira end of last year, left Sunday for Corpus CtirisUe, Tex.. In accept an invitation to play In Mi? Kasl-\Vcst AH- Amrrlcan His!' Sehoot football Eame Ausr. 27. his mother. Mrs. Hugh (Sentry, said yesterday, Oerilry. who was onr of thr [wo pl:ivrs from \rkansas lo he srlri-frri for Hie Ifl1« all-America hisii srl'ool learn, was extended (lie invila'ion lo play in Ihe Tire-senson same last week alrmj "tin I^nry Fit/.cihhons, I itfle Korlc llish School's all-Amrrican crnlcr and f'.eor^e (Rajcs) Rren- ner of Memphis. Mrs. (ienlrv said lhal her son would enter cither Ihe Uiiinrsilr of Idaho or Louisiana Slate University after the all-American came. She saiil dial tie nn.hahly woillil ;itterul LSU. hou-ftvp.r. Eddie Malone And Buddies Win Mat Event Eddie Malone. Stocky Knellsen and Gorilla Macias. used their ex; cessive brawn and knowledge of i underhand wrestling to take a tag ! match decision over Walter Sirois, Jack Welch and Roy Welch In the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium last night. Perfonmne before a packed house the three toughies used every trick in the book in overcoming their opponents. They got the decision by taking the lirst and third falls of the best-t'TO-of-three falls event Rough .stuff started in the opening round and gained in momentum as the bout proceeded. Kncilsen and his two buddies took the firsi round in 38 minutes with rallying late after four of the six partic'Mtits had been eliminated to defeat Roy Welch with a body ] Pin. ! In the second fall Sirois got | things 80in R early by pinning Mal- I one in five minutes. Jack Welch Din Macias in •ivc minutes, to even the sweep of the three- j 1 " 1 "™ 1 '" •'i'" 1 »y -aking Knellson Same set wiuld boost the Red Binl '" fn '° ">' nllt <" i "i'h a borlv nin and then returned another falls. The third fall was almost a replica of the first tout but went tor only :io mimnes with Macias. Knetl- sen and Malone the victors. Malone eliminated Jack Welch in 20 miniilcs with ? stomp hammer lock and then bowed to Roy Welhc who apnlicd a crab hold. Knellsen then look care of Sirois with a stomp hamr -r Inck only to be defeated Uvo minutes later by Rov Welch who acain used the crab hold, fhal Icrt oiilv Roy Welch and Macias but Welch was to near exhaused to offer much fisht and was an easy victim for Macias who likewise user! a crab hold. The six-way tag main event was the only bout on last night's card. lead to five games. A Dodger grand slam would enable Brooklyn to take a one game margin. For today's donbleheadcr Al Bra/le and Red Mungcr or Howie Pollet are expected to pitch for the Cards against Joe Hattcn. and Preacher Roe or Rex Barney. Brooklyn will take the field at- i tempting to snap a three game losing streak. The Dodgers dropped their third straight in Boston yesterday, 7-6 in the only same in (Cither league. j A couple of former Dticigcrs, Pete I Reiser and Kd Stanky. ruined their ] former mates. Reiser drove home I Ihrec runs on a triple and single i while Stanky socked his first homer i of the season for the Braves. I Stanky unloaded in the ninth lo • tie the score at 6-fi A walk to El- j Chevrolet Team Is Defeated 6-2 Erwln Jones Hurls Three-Hitter to Give Teammates Victory The Blytheville Motor Compan) Motormen and Ihe Ark-Mo Kilo- watters will square off at Walkei Park tonight in the first of a three-same series to decide the 1949 champions of the Blythevllle Y's city Softball League. The Motormen moved into tin finals of the leagues championshl) playoff last night by downing the Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Boys 6- in the third gamp of their first round sei-ies. The win gave th Mototinen a 2-1 decision over tin Chevvics in the first-round series Erwin Jones, ace of tile Motor men's mound staff, went the ful distance and allowed the Clir-vrole Bnv s hut three hits while he am his tpini mates Arre tli'vnpir .John Ea.slev for a total of six. The chnmn]on=hlr, finals wer threatened 'vlth delay in the thir innm? of Inst nielli's camp \vh' the Olirvrnlet Bovs voiced n oro to an timnire's -inline whic Allowed two Blvth°vil!e Motor run to score to break a 0-0 deadlock The rli-ibnrh developed when Urn Dire Homer Wilson ruled that tv» runs had scored before the thii out of the Innlne hid been mad on an appeal nlnv rhe aoppal pla was on a Inne single by Cand Motnnnen third, baseman who wen all ihe way to third on field error but nenlected to toirc second base and was out on Idaho acres of crmlains trees. some 22.000.000 bie Fletcher and Jeff Heath's two- out double off the center field wall followed to break up the game. In the only development in the I American League race yesterday the ' New York Yankees announced the SIIUTHKKN LEAGUE Nipht Ratnes: Atlanta at Mobile. Memphis at Nashville. Birminghnin at Neu Orlenns. Only games scheduled. the point of the foul. On n run- nine phy, tho bnsic poiiU wll] be | purchase of Hrst "baseman where the related run ends, unless | Mizc from the New York \\\'. foul i,i cormniUpd by an ofTen- team, therefore . eivinz the runner j ,slvr player behind the line of scnm- f.he benefit of his yards gained," inside. Other major chanye.s pointed out last nJsht-were: kickoffs goitisi out Mr. Pickens said. The reason for this, he explained. rhe tieHies' basic point (spot where hull w?s put into play or where it will be put into play) On a "loose ba]T' pi.iy. fa pass, punt or lateral) if a Ion', occurs, the basic spot will ~ [ he from where the ball was put into rnann; Sept. 30—Wilson al Dyess; i play unlrxs the foul was commit- Oct. 7—West Memphis at ted by an offensive plnyer behind Memphis: Oct. 1<I Open: Ocl. 21—] the line of scrimmage. In thai case. Is that uncVr the Federation rules. | of bounds between the goal line. 1 ; ivnnltiPF will be -stepped oTf from | will be put into play 10 yards back oT the receiving team's re.sLraining line or th** spot nearest the kicking New York Giants The purchase was for an undisclosed sum and the veteran home run slugger left immediately for Detroit where the Yankees today. Doughboys Lose To Gastonia, N. C. In Legion Meet anneal by Pete Rnrnham. Snllivai Nelson rnan^ecr. Rnrnham (he claimed that [he third out \i: made he to re the second run w vn i'Cd hut Umpire Wilson rul differently. Slum Sum Weekday! J:U« p." 1 aturda* and Sunday: Coniiimu" >hu»in( from 1:UU 1"°- Tuesday "DLLLINGER" wilh Lawrence Tlerney Edmund Lnwc, and Anne Jeffreys Also Shorts Wednesdav (DOUBLE * Thursday t'EA'1'UKE) "SONG OF THE WASTELAND" willi Jimmy \S F ;tkely and Lee "Lasses" White "FIGHTING FATHER DUNNE" with Pat O'Brien ?rial: "<J-Men Never Forget" Chapter 12 play Bennie Hays, i « oa "\ u''''""Keii'y' i Luxoi-a at Dyess: Oct. 28-lmboden | the penr.lty will be stepped off from M!\nlev rlUeoeig, jwuim^ i . _ , . .,_._ . r-_._i_ _. i «" GHI»w. Jack Halslead. Dannie Ccbb \ J Hall. Bill While. Oliver. Coppedge, Earl Coppedae. Ed White. Stan Nelson, Johnnie Halsell, Doug Graham, and John Gilbert. Dyess Schedules 11-Game Season Opening Sept. 9 Coach Tom Parks of Dye*s Hich School last night announced an 11- eame football schedule tor his 1. .1 Eagle squad. The Eagles are slated to open their season against th Keiser Yellowjacke's at Kciscr Sept. 9 and ctose at home Nov. 25 against Lepanto. Coach Parks said that he had 24 candidates working out. Tlv number includes six returning lettermen from the 1!H8 .squad. They are Bobby P. lias. Howard Humphries, Nowell Furr. and Donzoll Burle-son. backs: and Jimmy Smith and Jerry Lee. linemen The 1949 schedule: Sept. 9 — Keiser: Sept.. 16—Osceola at Osceola: Sept. 23—Trumann at Trn- at Imboden: Nov. 4 Earle al Dyess: Nov. II—Harrisbiirg at j larrisburg: Nov. 18—Open; Nov.] 5—Lepanto at Spring Squirrel Season loam's coal line. Forward pass inter- j Abolished in State bv ierence penalties will be stepped i ^_ ^' off from the line of scrimmage with \ wame, rtsh Commission no connleted pass allowed. Punt. 1 ; , eoing into the end zone cannot Lrrrt.E nOGK. A u g. 23 OPJ he run out but are declared auto- , The Arkansas Game and Fish Com- maMc louchbacks and the ball put. mission yesterday abolished the into pb.v on the 20 yard line. - j spring squirrel hunting season in Burnham could not be replied by 1 telephone this morning but an official of Ihe Sullivan-Nelson team said that the protest would be withdrawn. Tonight's game is scheduled for X o'clock and will feature Ted Fisher or Charles Cook on the mound for Blytheville Motor against either Stewart Gnrley or Bill Denton for SUMTER SC Au» 23 liV) — Ark - M °- The championship series Losers in their v first outin» the W1 " be " t™-out-of-three affair Little Rock Doughboys meet Lake- j "' lth '!"> '"cond game set for Thurs- wood of Atlanta. Ga. in the second i aay n 'Bht. ]-ound of the sectional junior Amer- miTilil HEATRE OSCEOLA 'OUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Box QfTicc ()|icns al 7 Week Nights Show Starts at 7:30 Matinee Saturday & Sunday al 'I p.m. with continuous shnwinjc. the state. The commission also adopted new regulations which prohibit: (1) hunting, capturing or killing deer from boats; <2) runnings dogs in any state-controlled game area (luring the months of May, and July, Squirrel hunting heretofore has been permitted June 1-15 as well as in the fall season. lean Legion baseball tournament here tonight. The Arkansans dropped a 3-0 decision to Gastonia, N.C.. last night. Jimmy Stowe gave up seven hits and struck out nine. Little Rock June | tilled the bases In the second and I eighth innings, but each time Stowe killed the threat with strikeouts. Little Rock's Frank Lucas gave up nine hits. Tuesday MURK'S BARGAIN NIGHT! All I'ickets I5c "FURY AT FURNACE CREEK'' Victor Mature Coleen Grej .Wednesdny & Thursday "HE WALKED BY NIGHT" Richard Basehart Scott "Canon City" Brady SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today "ADVENTURE IN BALTIMORE" wllh Rnhert YonnK, Shirley Tfmplf, unit .Inhn Aftar Warner News it Short Wednesday & Thursday "BRIDE OF VENGEANCE" wilh 1'.iulrile (! anil John Lurid News and Short i Miles North at KlTllievillc Boi OfMrr Opens al 6:45 Show Starts «:30 'lii'sclav and Wednesday ANGEL IN EXILE" with John Carroll anil Aclrle .Mara Also Shorlf Dial l^fil Rot Officr Opens at 7:M Show Starts at 7:30 Thumlay & K rid ay 'IF YOU KNEW SUSIE" wilh rdillr (anl anil Joan ]>avi Also Shorts Tuesday 'RUSTY SAVES A LIFE" TriT DonnMson (iloHa llnnry \\'i!dnes(l;iv & Thursday "DESIRE ME" Grrer (iiirson Kolirrl .Milrhum You'll bft wisp lop sluipc im\v And here's why job right. BEFORE FALL COMES ... HAVE YOUR TRUCKS REPAIRED In pet your trucks and trailers in l>el\>] v e the fall .slampeclc conies. lilytlicville Motor Co. can do U*e We've got the space, (lie c(]tiipnic > nt. the capable mechanics . . , and hp]-p's thf^ proof! Last month we did the biggest business In our history at a time when it's usually slow. Why? Because people come back for serv- it:e at thr Blythrvillf Motor Co. our work must please you. And it has! Why don't you join the many, many others who bring their rppnir \vork to us. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. "South's Finest Service" Broadway & Chickasawba Phone .M22 It Takes Nature Millions of Years To Form a Diamond It takes an expert with a powerful glass to analyze the carbon formation to determine just what nature has produced! Likewise, in Dry Cleaning, It Takes an Expert to Do the Scientific Job Every Customer Deserves It is behind that what you see that tells the story in Dry Cleaning. Each hair in a fabric is made up of tiny oil cells. Removing the oil from a fabric destroys the "fresh" appearance and wearing quality. Only a scientific cleaner can carry out this process in keeping your clothes looking new and fresh all the time. BETTER CLEANING - the HUDSON FINISH - in 8 HOURS HUDSON CLEANER Blytheville. Ark. TAILOR CLOTHIER Steelc,

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