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SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1949 BLYTBXV1LLE (ASK.) COURIER NEW! PAGE FIVE HOW THEY AMERICAN LEAGUE W New York 14 Boston Cleveland . . Detroit . Philadelphia Chicago , . St. Louis , Pel ,622 .60 .57 .5' .41 341 336 t ' VA11ONAI St. Louis Brooklyn Bosion Philadelphia . ... New York Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago LEAGUE W L ..... 73 47 ..... 72 4$ ..... 63 57 ..... 62 60 ..... BO ..... 56 ..... 48 59 64 71 48 76 .603 .595 ,525 503 .504 .467 406 .337 Parnell Notches No.20 as Red Sox Nip Chicago Twice By Joe Reichlcr AuocUUd rrt» Sports Writer WIio is Uie Boston Red Sox' most valuable player 1 ! Ted Williams? Vern Stephens? Dom DiMaggio? The selection here is Mel Pamell, the majors' first 20-game winner. The rampaging- Red Sox today were only a game and a half behind the American League-leading New York Yankees. That's the closest they've been to the top all season And they owe it mainly to the stout left arm of the 27-year old t'urnell. + The curly-haired New Orleans unlive lias failed to finish only four of the 26 gHine.s he's stalled. Only once has he lost two in a row. He is the first Boston lett- J^nder to \vin 20 games since Lefty gj|iove notched that many in 1935. "" p.irnell teamed up with Ellis Kiictcr to pitch the Hed Sox to a double triumph over ifie Chic- ! afo White Sox ye.sterday. Mel twirl- j ert a sevcii-hlltcv in the opener as the Bosox bashed three Chicago pit'.'liers for an 11-4 triumph on 17 | lilts. Boston collected 16 safeties in ilie second same to win 10-7. The triumph wns Purnells sixth in a row. and his fifth over the White Sox. Boston's sweep, coupled with Cleveland's 5-3 victory over the Yankees in a night struggle, siiav- etl off a game ;ind a half Iroin the Yanks three game margin. Williams Socks Two Homers Ted Williams and Bobby Doerr were the big Red Soakers. Williams connected for his 31st and 32nd homers in the opener and balled in two runs with three hits in the nightcap. Dom drove in seven mates in the twin bill. In the second game, Lefty Bob Knzava of the White Sox was felled by a line drive off the bat of Al Ziirilta and was rushed to a hos- pilal with a possible rib fracture. Before that lie fanned six straight Boston batsmen. Al Benton. veteran Cleveland righthander, stopped the Yankees with seven hits as the third place Indians climbed to within five games of the top. Lou Boudreau and Dale Mitchell batted In two >»"" apiece to hand Vic Raschi his Iftghth defeat. Both St. Louis and Brooklyn were beaten to leave the National League-leading Cnrds still a game and a half In front of the Dodgers. The New York Giants whipped the Redbirds. 4-2, and the Chicago Cubs defeated the Dodgers by the ssrnc score. Jansen Stops Cards • Larry Jauseu. aided by a three- run uprising against Gerry Staley in the seventh, won his 14th game for the Giants. He allowed five hits including a home run by Marty Marion. Three pitchers stopped the Dodgers, with Bob Muncrief, the middle hurler. winning his fourth game of the season. Joe Hatten was the loser. Detroit moved into fourth place in the American Leagxie. passing the Philadelphia Athletics as they hammered out 18 hits, including three home runs, to wallop Washington, 11-1. Ted Gray scattered six hits for his eighth victory. Stan Spence belted two home runs and drove in' five runs to lead the St. Louts Browns out of the American League cellar with an 11-3 victory over the A's. Joe Ost- rpwski gained credit for his eighth 48" ^Al Dark's single with two out in the ninth drove in the tying and winning nins as the Boston Braves nipped the Cincinnati Reds, 3-2. Ralph Kiner blasted his 36th home run with a mate abroad in the third inning to give the Pittsburgh Pirates a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. )ates for Annual jolf Tourney Set Country Club Meet To Start Sept. 5; Gee to Give Trophy James Terry, chairman of Bly- lieville Country Club'* Tournament Committee, has announced Vhat all golfers who »Lsh to participate In .he annual club tournament must, post qualifying score* by the night of Sept. 4. Qualifying will be based on 18 holes of medal play and each golfer must qualify while pl»>'l"g In a threesome or foursome, Mr. Terry said. Players will be placed In flights according to their qualifying scores and match play is slated to get underway Sept. 5. All members will have one week In which to play their matches. E. B. Gee, himself a former club champion, lias Informed the'com- mittee that he will furnish a permanent trophy for the championship flight. Winter rules will be observed during tournament play. 1 eod bv Toeing Barons 9 to 4 Sports Roundup ••Ik I SOUTHERN Nashville Birmingham Mobile New Orleans Atlanta Little Rock Memphis . ......'. Chattanooga W S3 18 , IS , 71 . «3 60 . 56 . 56 YesfprHav'? Rrsnlts AN LF.A'a'E Boston 11-10 Chicago 4-7 Detroit 11 Washington 1 Cleveland 5 New York 3 St. Louis 11 Philadelphia 3 NATIONAL LKAfiUE New York 4 St. Louis 2 Chicago 4 Brooklyn 2 Boston 3 Cincinnati 2 SOUTHERN LEAGUE Chattanooga 3-7 Atlanta 2-« New Orleans 7 Little Rock 2 Nashville 9 Birmingham 4 Mobile 4 Memphis 3 By The Associated Press The larsest crowd of the season. 13.265 ladles' night (ans. packed Birmingham's Rlckwood Park last; night, but they went liomc with; heavy hearts. ' j The second-place Barons last to i the league-leading Nashville Vols,] 9 to 4. dropping four games off the pace. Carl fSw'ish) Sawatski socked his 5%g 40th home run of the season In the fiflh to spark the Vols' four run rally that clinched the decision. Harry Fisher starred in a brilliant relief role to give the New Orleans Pelicans a ^ ana 2 victory over the Little Rock Travelers. Fisher replaced the injured Pete Modica in the second frame, and blanked the Travs for the remainder of the game. 610 .430 .415 .299 MARVELOUS MEL—Mel Par- iicll, who pitched for the Blytheville Army Air field service nine in the war years, and who is now ihe Boston Hed Sox leading hmter. last night became the first major league pitcher to win 20 games this year when he downed the Chicago While Sox. 11-4. in the first game of a double-header. The Red St>x' left hinder hails from New Orleans. iayti Gridders To Begin Drills Fall Practice Called For Thursday; 30 Candidates Expected HAYTI, Mo., Aug. 27.—About 30 gridders are expected In report to Hayt! High School Coach Bee Underwood for higher learning in the art of the "T" formation next Thursday. With only about three »•«!<« to prepare lor the season's opener with G'aruthersvllte, Coach Undcr- ood said he would waste little lime in getting the youngsters down lo serious work. "A lot ol the boys, especially (lie vounger ones, have been playing baseball most ol the Rummer and I expect them lo be in pretly good shape." Coach Underwood said. Brightest spot in the Haytl foot' ball picture is the return of seven leHermen in the line—one to nt each position with Ihe exception of one guard slot. Hugh Don-is nnd Ernest White will be thfi end monogram winners returning. Dorris weighs around 165 while White is alwut 10 pounds lighter. Coach Underwood will Imvc n pair of hefty Unities who IMVC same experience under their bells. Wickliam Back Herbert Wickrmm will weigli in at around 200 while his miming natc nt the other tackle slol. Sam Pcmlergrnss. (inures to report weighing about 100. • Jack Masterson, at no pounds, •uid Ncal Dawson, 153, were both centers last year. Only returning ;uard lettevman is nillv Cuniiiill;- ham whose 1« pounds are well put \%-™ «S' H °—< By Jc* !»«• ir«r Ku»B mitertoa. Jr.) WASHINGTON, Aug. *I (*h-On« of Ihe boxing world'! truly great, champion*, b»nUmw*l»ht king Manuel Oiltt. uy« he's h»d about enough. The 33-year-old Mexican-American says he'll probably defend Ills title once or twice more-in Europe. Although nothing Is set yet, Man- Danny O'Sullivan In Usndon and someone else in France or llaly. His last stateside fight in Ihe U. S. comes off Monday. He (aces Washington's Jimmy Cooper In a 10-rouncl nontltle bout. Manuel heads for Europe Sept. 3. He laus to tight, a few exhibition bouts, defend his crown and then hang u his gloves. Unlike most fighters who wind up punchy and penniless, the fiery C'aKfoinian lias » home to return Arkansas Ttams Split Wins in Girls' Tourney CAMDBNf, Ark. Au*. 27—(iP)-One Arkiruu tetm won but the oilier lost In the openlni round of t regional girls Softball tournament iiere last night. Pine Bluff b«»t Pass Christian, Miss., 12-19. Magnolia dropped » 14-« decision to Okmulsee, Okla. In the other gunie, Baton Rouge, walloped Oklahoma City, 7-0. r.otes. Those s»me course notes are eagerly sought today. It's said they're so informative they practical!) guarantee t 9fl-avcrage 'for am course concerned. They're sold b> the lucky owners from year to yeav Mexican Matman On Wrestle Card For Monday Night Ciiico Cortez, the Mexican bad man, returns to the Blytheville wrestling ring Monday night to take i part in the tag match main cven ! Modica was hit on the cheek while | or the American Legion's weekly Holcomb Entering Third Round in Notional Tourney WICHITA, Kas., Aug. 27— ( Tlie Hokombe, Mo.. Cardinals, who played regularly in Hayti during the summer, will return to aclion tonight in the National Semi-Pro Baseball Tournament. « The cardinals, who are in third iiinH play, disposed of their first two opponents, teams from Wichita and Detroit. Mich., handily. The Cardinals will face Swkan- nanoa, N.C., Beacon Mills team tonight. Todav's Games AMKRIOAN LKAIilTE New York at Cleveland Boston at Chicago Washington at Detroit Philadelphia at St. Louis NATION Al l.KAUHE St. Louis at New York (2) Chicago at Brooklyn Pittsburgh at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Boston SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night gamr.s: Mobile at Memphis. New Oileans at Little Rock. Atlanta at Chattanooga. Nashville at Birmingham. covering home plate after a wild pitch. It fractured his cheekbone. He was to be operated on lodny. The league-doormats, the Chattanooga Lookouts, rose up in all their povoer to trip the Atlanta Crackers. 3-2 and 7-6, in a twin bill. Al Flair, recently traded to Chattanooga by the Crackers, belted a two run homer in the last of the ninth to bring in the tying and winning runs of the nightcap. Coming from behind, the Mobile Bears exploded for four runs in the sixlh and took a 4 lo 3 decision from the Memphis Chicks. to. He has a wife, three daughters, a 100-acre (arm, six houses, a billiard ]>arlor and a bar in El Centro, Callt. "I think I'll be Wept busy »t, home." said Orltz alter a workout H'»l<-'Jriny. "I think I've fount! the ht-ciel of this game. The .secret is knowing how to s|>end and save your money and knowing when to .Manuel has really been a light- Ing champ since winning the crown from Um Satii'a In 1942, he's defended it 19 times, Only Joe l/>uls ever [aid a boxing title at sluice uune otlen. Orltz even lost his title once. That wns in IS47. when he dropped a decision to Harold Dabcbmx but he got the diadem back eight weeks The New York A. C. ba will m»ke some xinrt o( cage history this winter. They'll be th first Independent team to play a lull college schedule. The club hopes to lake the in cependenl crown from Ihe Phillip Oilers. So far, they've lined u anle Vamleiweehc ol Colgate Charley Bellinger of Holy crass Jim and Bob Gale <i( Cornell; an Ed Lcede of Dartmouth. They're also praying Tony lJU'cl doesn't turn pro. If he doesn't. I promised the A. C. quint he'd plfl with them. The foes the club will elude the east's best.. Holy »nd Villanova liead the list. ^LVTMCV ILLC ALL WHITE THEATttC, Shorn SUrU iaturday and 8«ndaj; Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE WEST OF CARSON CITY Johnny Mack Brown, Hob tUiitr & Fun? Knight "LADY IN A JAM" Irene Dunne & Patrick Knoirl** Saturday Owl Sho» 11 p.m. "EXPOSED" with Adtle Mara and Holierl Scott Gentry to P!ay In All-Star Game In Texas Tonight CORPUS CHRIST!. TcX-. Aug. 27. 'AP) — Westerners will have the help of four Arkansas in Hie first annual national high .school all- star football game here tonight. Two of last year's all-Arkansas wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium. Cortcz, the pudgy Latin-American veteran, will team with Bill Canny, the Kansas war horse, agninst Joe Welch and Ralph Qarabaldi in the tag team main event that will extend over the 90-minute time limit, best two of three falls route. This M'ill be Cortez's first appearance here in nearly a year. He returned to the circuit only recently .ind was immediately booked for Blylhcville by Promoter Mike Me-1 roney. ' A top notch rough and tumble ai'list. Cortez is a veteran of many a mat brawl in Blyllieville. Quick- thinkmiv fast and aggressive, he Is considered by fellow tradesmen as an always tough opponent and is a crowd pleaser. In addition to the main event tag bout, two one-fall preliminary matches are also included on Monday night's card. Canny and Gara- galdi will tangle in the first and Cortez will match grips with Welch in the second. together. Kenneth Bracken and Lacy Bush are the sole returning lettennen in the Hayti backflcld. Bracken is a halfback and Buslt | a fullback. Both weigh In the neighborhood of 155 pounds. Lust year Haytl. winner of Us conference crown, lost only one conference game when East Prairie took a verdict. Caruthersville handed out a 21-0 loss and Kcnnctt edged Hnytl by 13-7. giving Hayti Jbven wins against the three losses, T)\e schedule: Sept. 23 Caruthersville, there Sept. '30 Chaff ec. there Oct. 7 East Prairie. Hayti I He's font-Ill a title bout In the Far East at Manila; In South America—at Mexico City; in North Oct. 14 Risco. 'Hnytl 21 Dexter. Haytl 28 Illmo-Fornfcll, there Nov. 4 Portngevllle, there Nov. 18 Kennett, "there Nov. 24 Maiden. Hayti The memory of Colorado's great grid dtar Whlizer White still .lingers on at Ynle. In fact, his memories have • cash value nt the New Haven school They're more valuable to some peo;)!c than Huhbcrt Hoover's, Winstan Churchill's or Franklin Floose- v ell's. * When While—probably the only Rhodes scholar in History to play football—completed post-gra oursrs there he left behind hi N E W "THE BISHOP'S WIFE" "THE CLAY PIGEON" wllh Kill William*—Barbara Rale News—Color Cartoon Wet Grounds Delay lhampionship Game 'n Softball League Last night's championship game n Hie City Softball League's play- oft between Ark-Mo Power and 3lythcvllle Motor Company was postponed due to wet grounds. The game will be played next week, probably Monday or Tuesday iiighl. P. E. Coughlin Sells Interest in Newspaper WEST MEMPHIS, Ark.. Aug. 27. (>T>—P. E. Coughlm has announced he has sold his Interest in the weekly West Memphis News to return to active duty as a navy flier. The papers, signed Thursday, gave 50 per cent ownership of the Arkamas Publishing Company to Monroe G. Randol. former West Memphis soft drink bottler. J. O. (Jack) Coughlin remains with the paper as co-owner and editor. Prewett, of Smackover, are listed a-s probable starters. Another end Denny Gentry of Blytheville, also Is a member of the west squad. The westerners are coached by Willie Walls, formerly of North Little Rock. Walls, a star end at Texas Christian University in his playing days, now is coach at Corpus Christ! University. The east squad is coached by Red Drew of JUabama. Read Courier News Want Ads. Baby Is Suffocated When Mother Faints WATERLOO. Ind., Aug. 27. (/Pi— A month-old baby. Thomas Edward Thomson, Is dead because his mother fainted. Mrs. Roger Thomson fainted while holding the baby yesterday ar:l fell on the child, suffocating him. said Coroner C. B. Hathaway. HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Aug. 27— V—Eddie Anderson, slugging outfielder of the Hot Springs club of the Cotton States League, has been ordered to report to Superior, Wis a Class C farm of the Chicago White Sox. Anderson, who has hit 18 home runs Tor the Bathers this year, will leave today lo join the superior team. Hornets Beat Bills CHICAGO. Aug. 27. W)—The Chicago Hornets defeated the Buffalo Bills. 17-14. on Jim McCarthy's field goal In closing minutes of an All- America Conference season opener before 23,800 at Soldier Field : night. , Browns Defeat Yankees AKRON, Aug. 27. W>—Tlie Clevc land Browns defeated the New York Yankees, 28-21, in an All America Conference exhibition garni in Ihe Rubber Bowl here last night. Box Office Opens at 7 Week Show SUrts at 7:30 Matinee Saturday & Sunday .U 2 p.m. wllh continuous showin Saturday "GUN TALK" wlIK Johnny Muck Hrown Bin Opens Week Dayi 1:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday & Sundays Mat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Coat. Showini Manila, Ark. Shows EVERS NIGHT Saturday "BLAZING TRAIL" wilh with Charles Starrett Saturday Midnight Show "THE GHOST OF FRAKKENSTEIN" wllh Sir Ceilrlc Hurdwlcke Kalph Bellamy L<m Chancy Bela Lugo.si DUt 42C1 Roi Office Open* at 1:* Show Start* at 1:M Saturday Owl Show "STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO" tobert Armstrong, Mae Clark Sunday & Monday 'MA & PA KETTLE" wilh Mirjorle Mil* Legionnaires Obtain New State Headquarters LITTLE ROCK. Aug. 27. Wp — New headqua r ters have been found for the Arkansas Department of, the American I-egton. which is be- . ing evicted from the War Memorial Building here. State Commander Lee Ward of Paragould has announced that the Legion »nd Auxiliary headquarters will br moved to the old Blass. home at Ninth and Scott .streets j soon. The building has been leased and will be ready for occupancy as soon as repairs are completed. Ward said. The Arkansas Commemorative Commission, which is rcnovaling the War Memorial Building, had ordered all occupanU to vacate the building by Aug. 31. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWESl ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena from 6 P.M. E»ery Monday Monday, Aug. 29 ADUI/TS SOe - CHILDREN lie New Starting Time 8:15 BOX SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH JOE WELCH & RALPH GARIBALDI versus BILL CANNY & CHICO CORTEZ Also Two 1-Foll 30-Minut« Matches SKY DRIVE-IN THEATER MONDAY IS "BUCK NIGHT" FOR ALL DODGE OWNERS All Dodge Owners Admitted for Just $1 Sundav & Monday » GREAT JTA» IN EVERT ROLE OF A tlEAT BRAMA! GREGORY PECK AVAGARDNER MELVYN DOUGLAS WALTER HUSTON ETHEL BARRYMOftE FRANK MORGAN . ASHES MOOREHEAD j THE GREAT SINNER i «ntt Mitwm »«it ricTin Sal urday "OKLAHOMA BLUES" Jimmy Wikclj C»nnonbaU Taylor .Serial: Final Chapter »f "THE LOST JUNGLE" Saturday Midnight Show STARTS 10:45 p.m. "Behind Locked Doors" Lucille Ricmer. Richard Carlson Sunday & Monday "JUNGLE JIM" with Johnny IVelssmuHer Virginia Grey Okeeted by ROBERT SIODMAK Produced by GOTTFRIED REINHAROT Canny rs. Garaboldi Cortez Welch Monday Night Feature "EVERY GIRL SHOULD BE MARRIED" with FRANCHOT TONE and DIANA LYNN 2 Mi In North of BlythtvilU — Regular Admission SOe Box Office Opens at 6:45 — Show Starts at 7:30 SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER t Miles North of Boi Offkr Opens it 6:4i Show SUrto 1:i» Saturday 'SIX GUN LAW" • ilh Stnllfj Burnett* unit Ch»rlet SUrrett Sunday & Monday "EVERY GIRL SHOULD BE MARRIED" wllh Frunchol Tone, Diana 1/jnn RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Salurdiiy "ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE" with Jimmy \Vakely Curtuotl and Serial Saturday Midnight Show "SAN QUENT1N" wlvh I.nwrnicc Tlcrnty AliO Cartoon Sunday. Monday & T ' TiiKTiiiUh -MrShKTFKRS i s*,,,. LANA TURNER GEN°E'KELLY JUNEALLYSON VAN^H'EFLIN ANGELA"LANSBURY FiHk top •'Iftnit Pro • (MM *!• IxMIl «•• MIT • N*a«rMIM i ••>

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