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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 3, 1949
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1S49 BLYTHEVn.LE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Chickasaws Lose Center Candidate Because of Injury The Blytheville Chicks got their first taste ol the injury Jinx yesterday when Coach Russell Mosley announced that Elmer Richardson, one of the Tribe's two center candidates, would be lost for Hie entire teason due la a broken collar bone. Richardson suffered Ihe fracture during Thursday afternoon s scrimmage session. He was injured when he fell on Hie point of his shoulder while attempting a block during the scninnuee. This was Richardson's first year* —, with Ihe Chicks. He played regular | center for the Junior Paps last year and graduated to the senior squad last spring. Loss of tlie 10-pcmider was a severe blow to the chicks forward wall oecause center is considered iU only weak spot. Tt was only a few A*s ago that Coach Mosley re- fflfrked that "Rich.irdson. even thcush a sophomore, "will play a lot of foottinli (his fall." Sfrks Substitute The loss of Richardson leaves J. C. Droke as the Tribe's only center candidate, Droke wn.s understudy to R, B. Hodae last year and was given the inside track for the starttnj; role this year. r-nvever. il Is expected that Line Couch Johnny Staples will convert one of his five big tackle candidates into an offensive center to share the job with Droke. The Chick-s witnessed another crucllinc scrimmage again yesterday and the majority of Coach Mos- I SOU1HIHN LEAGUE W L Nashvillf »8 54 Birmingham as 56 Mobile 78 63 New Orleans 73 66 Atlanta 65 76 Little Rock 64 77 Memphis 58 83 SATIONAI St. LOllis .. Brooklyn .. Boston Philadelphia ; NC\V York I Pittsburgh . I Cincinnati . ley's bAckfield candidates were on | Chicago ... hand for the workout. Only Dick i Reid was mLving and he watched from the side lines under a doctor's orders. Tw» Workouts Today The Chicks were scheduled for a light '.vorkoul today either this mrnmn» or this afternoon, which will be their final of the week. They will get back to work Monday after & week-end rest and starting then, only onr. practice a day will be held, in the afternoon. Tomorrow the Chicks will witness the Chicago Bears-Washington Redskins pro game at Crump Stadium in Memphis as guests of the Blytheville junior Chamber of Commerce. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphl» »t Birmingham. Little Rock »t Atlanta. Nashville at New "Means. Chattanooga at Mobile. NATIONAL l,r.»i;UE Brooklyn »t New York. "Boston at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh-at Chicago. Cincinnati at St. Louis. AMERICAN LEAGUE New Yorlc »t Washington. Philadelphia at Boston. Chicago at Detroit. St. Louis at Cleveland. ISRAEL'S PRIDE —Among (h* attractions on the Tel Aviv btach U Tola Elenberg, 21-year- eld Israeli ballerina.. Tota uses flte sea shore as her itage for practicing modem dancing. She comes in th« early morning when the beach Is almost deserted, and after dancing takes * dip in the Mediterranean. (Photo by NEA-Acm* ataff cor- . respondent I. F. JUni.) Put .620 .553 ,52li .461 .454 .411 .382 Pet ,609 Bears-Redskins Play Tomorrow Pro Tfomi to M««t In Exhibition Bottle In Memphis Stadium The Chicago Bears make thejr first appearance In the South since Ihe pre-war dm tomorrow afternoon, when they Uke on the Washington RedsXins at Cimiip Stadium In Memphis In > pie season engagement. Victorious In their flvst two non- clnmp'omhlp tilu a(aln«t ihe Pittsburgh Sleelers and New York Bulldogs, the youthful Bears appear 1° be In for a stiff battle. Although si 111 relying on Sammy Bai'uh, tiie Redskins me boasting l' ! elr most powerful team In years The new Washington hero Is Don Samllfer. 6 j an i halfback. who scored three touchdowns In the 'Skins triumph over Ihe Los An- eeles Clams on the West Coast. Head Coach fieorge Halas ex- uects his entire snuad to b« ready lor the Memphis same John Hoffman, former Arkansas back, Bobby Harbour, Bill deCorrevont. George Gulyanics and George McAfee all have recovered from Injuries suffered in intia-sqvacl competition, or asainsl the Ste»lers at Cincinnati Sirt Uitkman. who saw brief action at Indianapolis last Sunday against AMERICAN LEAGUE New York ?oston .. ileveland Detroit .. Philadelphia 67 ihicago 53 St. Louis 47 Washington 43 ihe Bulldoes, also will play . Washington. •?°°! The probable lineups .OIH | Bents •- 152 ! Karnaugh •*»=> I Davis • 377 Preston .., Ti'rner ... Serini Stickcl ... Keane .... Lujack .. Gulyanic.s Miuini gainst Pet .624 .600 .686 ,561 .568 .411 .362 .333 Hoffman L.E. L T. 1 O. . C .. n o. R T. R.E. QB L H R H F B. Rrdskins . Peebles . Sanchez . Steher . Demao Kntrishen i .. Adams .. Crisler ... Bauf-h ., Saenz Sandilcr . . Quirk PAGE mm '* Rpsiilts SOUTHERN LEAGUE Birmingham 4. Memphis 1. Atlanta 12, Little Rock 2. Nashville 6. New Orleans 3. Mobile 8, Chattanooga 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 8. New York 0. Philadelphia 6, Boston 3. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 8. Chicago 0. Boston 8. Philadelphia 4. Only games scheduled. National Tennis Tourney Enters Quarter-Finals FORREST HILLS, N.Y., Sept. 3. Wi—Skinny Art Larsen, I California southpaw, and only half a dozen other seeded competitors stood today between Pancho Cionzales and a successful defense oJ his national tennis championship. The 68th annual tournament entered the showdown stage with all eight survivors scheduled to see action In quarter-final duels today. Still In the running for the championship were the six top- seeded dom- 'Ac stars and two invaders from foreign lands. If Gonzales is to hang on to the title he won last year at the age ot 20. he first must get past Larsen, 24-year-old conqueror ol Australia's John Bromwich, to enter the semi-finals. The other quarter-final bout the upper bracket sends fourth- seeded Oardnsr Mulloy of Coral Gables. Fla., ae?'nsl Frankie Parker of Los Angeles, two-time former champion, who is seeded fifth, In the lower half, it will be ton- ranked Ted Schroeder. the Wimbledon chamnion from La Crescenla. Calif., against Prank Sedgman. the Australian tltleholder, mid Bill Talbert of New York again*' Jarostnv Drobny. the self-exiled Czech Los Angeles Dons Bury Baltimore Colts 49-17 I, OS ANGELES. Scp!. 3—WITH e Los Angeles Dons may be the surprise team in the All-America Football Conference this season. They buried the Baltimore Colts under a seven toi chd'own. 49 to 17. avalanche of -v>ints last night. The Colts took » n-u lead In the second quarter, quickly lost it and trailed, 21-17, at halftime. Eagles to Save Clyde Scott for Little Rock Game LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 3. (tf>j—The Philadelphia Esfgies are "saving" Clyde Scott, their rookie halfback rom the University of Arkansas, 'or the game they will play in his .lome state next week. That one will be against the Los Angeles Rams in War Memorial Stadium here Sept. 10. Coach Greasy Neale led his Ea- 5les, National Professional Football League champions, through Little Rock Thursday en route, from their Hot Springs training camp to New Orleans, where they will play Detroit in an exhibition game tonight. But Scotl was left in Hot Springs to nurse an ankle injury. "Scott's in cellophane, under wraps," said Neale. "We're saving him lor the game In Little Rock. "Qh, Clyde could play. His ankle is well enough tor that. But there's just the chance that he might get it hurt, and in * vorse way." Speaking of Ihe former University of Arkansas star's first game with the Eagles, when they blasted the Green Bay Packers, 35-0, Neale sa'td: "He about ran like the devil. Played half the game and looked mighty fine. He hurt his ankle In that one." S,cott is alternating with the veteran Bosh Prltcharrt at right halfback. Neale s«ld the ex-Razorback figures prominently in the Eagles' defensive plans. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ha.s filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State ot Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described M 119 W. Miin BIytheville. MiMLssippI County. The undersigned state.! that he Ls a citizen of Arkansas, of goad moral character, that he ha.s never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude: —Courier News I'lnito. II. II. S. .VOfSi;.MAKi;i;s Seven vivacious high school students will produce lots of the noise at the t.ictball (jamcs this year, as they cheer the Chickasaws to victory. The seven clitics will appear first at, the f'ara- ;ould game at Haley Field September 1C, when Mary Jo Eaton will IK liead cheerleader. Mary Jo and two other senior cheerleaders, Katliryn Martin and Susie Crafton, will alternate as head cliecrlcadcr. Tlie cheers this year will be lead*. _. )y the oiils pictured above: Ij-Yom left to right) Katliryn Martin, senior; Susie Crafton, senior; June Wilson, sophomore; Anella Hum-; phijes, Junior; Betty Nell Tomlinson, junior; Mary Jo Enton senior; and Martha Nichols, sophomore. ] Each year the cheerleaders and i their directors choose the new cheerleaders from the freshmnn class at the close of the year, ami By T |,r Assented Tr, s , he cheerleaders then perform tor Tins three lenders all stayed on three years. Miss Nichols and Miss j the victory express last, night as Wilson represent last year's t h e Southern Association special man class and are with the cheer- i roared down the home stretch Vols, Barons, Bears All Win In Dixie Play )on Newcomb Blanks Giants 8-0 Brooklyn Negro Gets 14rh Win of Season; Red Sox Win 8 to 4 Hv Kulph Koiirn The baseball world lauuhcd when liraneh Rickey huilB a $500.000 price tsifi nu Don Newcomhe before the bis Negro rlKhtlinruler ever donned fc major ICHUO uniform. Newconibe is now the ".sol lit" ir.pniber of an otherwise slinky Brooklyn pitching staff. The husky Negro lookerl like :< million dollars last nlnlit iu> hi pitched the Dodgers to nu 8-0 five- hit uininph [jver the New Voj k Oismts Thi 1 victory WHS his thlnl straight slnjtmjL jind his l-Uh of Ihc sca.sot fgainsl six defeats. The Iriuinpt nlso moved the second place l>nl^- m lo within a earnc and a hull ot ihe idle front-running St. Loui. Cardinals. Newcomhr now ha.s pilrlu-ii ;iu c'OnsrruUve .scoreless InniMRs ''Nt'Wk" .struck out seven Giant; t'i run his whiff total t» 11:1 am tic Hostoti'-s Warren Spahn for tlu l<'j»-,ur-tr adershi. 'flic defeat dumped the Giant- i>m of fourth into fiftll place, tin Philadelphia Phlllie.s lakiiiB ou-i teiurlh us a result of thcli li-3 vie- tfry oier the Boston Braves. Tlie ljuston Red Sox marie haj in the America]| League pi'mmnl ilme. flushing the I'hilailclphii Allilelics. a-4. Tile victory cut tin idle Ne«- York Yankees' lead ovc tlie KDX to two and one half names Virgil Trucks pitched Ihe LVlroli Tigers to an R-0 triumph over tin Cliiciiijr) White Sos Trucks yicl<lr< te jisinv;le.s but kept them well scat tercd to gain his Ilith victory, GCUIKI and Vic Wertx drove home tlin-i runs each to lead Detroit's ten hit attack. Besides the Yanks iiiul Cards, tin Cleveland IndiHiis. St. Louis Browns Washington Senators. Piltsbiugl Pirates, Cinclnnstl ntds mill Chi eago Cubs were Idle. ing clan for the first time year. The seven girls have been practicing for H long time, but have not yet been designated R director. Lee Looks Like Man to Operate Longhorns' "T" AUSTIN. Tex., Sept. 3. I/T, — Bobby Coy Lee, Austin senior, today w : on the first round of his contest with Paul Campbell, for the quarterback slot on the University of Texas football team. Lee was listed as T-man on Coa»h Blair Cherry's temporary first team. Campbell, also a senior, was regular quarterback in 18-18. A slick ball-handler a.s tile inan- unfier in Ihe Longhorn T-forma- lion, Campbell had off-nml-on season In 1048. Others in the temporary starting line-up are Ictternien except end Paul Williams, sophomore and former high school all-stater. First stringers listed by Cherry: end — Ray Stone; tackles — Gene Vykukai, Kenneth Jackson; guards —Bud McFfidin. Errol Fry: center— Dick Rowan: backs—Billy Pylc. Randall Clay, and Rny Borncman. All of these backs were staters last year. Nashville opened a series In New Orleans and ixnmded the Pels. 8 to 3. Two of them cmne especially to see "Tookie" Gilbert perform, and he did very creditable. He belted one over the fence for the Vols in the sixth inning. Tlie two "fans" looking on were Mel oil, former manager of (he New York OfatHs. arid Car! Hubbcll, ex-Giant hurler. The word is that young Gilbert for whom the Giants pnid $50,000, may do his stuff In the major le- gues next year, Birmingham's Barons remained ville by clipping • Ihe Memphis Chicks, 4 lo 1, on the three-hit hurling or wiltnrd Nixon. Mobile pasted bottom-place ClnU- taiiooga, 8 to 3, to assure Itself a spot in the Shaughncssy playoffs. Atlanta took'Little Roi-X. 12 to 2. Tlie Crackers pounded three Little Rock U'irlcrs for 18 hits, while big Jim Hagby held the Travelers to elcht. The two clubs are battling for filth place. Capital Publishers Ask Wage Cut tor Employes WASHINGTON. Srpt. 3. OT—The Washington Publishers' Association has proposed "a substantial reduc- that no license to sell beer by the | tion in wages" to the members of undmlgned has been revoked within five years last past; find that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other slate, relative to thf sale or alcoholic liquors. Application ts for permit lo be Issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of October 1949. and lo expire on the M day of June. 1950. Thomas M. Jollcy Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2 day of September 1949. Mrs. Marshall Blackard Notary Public My Commission expires: 3953. 9349 BLrTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PKICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seats on Sale at (he Lector Arena from 6 p.m Every Monday Monday, September 5 ADULTS 50V - CHILDHKN 15t New Starting Time 8:15 BOX SEATS 1 .Sr EXTRA TAG MATCH EDDIE MALONE and WALTER SIROIS Columbia Typographical Union 101 employed on the capital's four dully newspapers. The union will act on its reply at a meeting Sunday. H was freely NOTICK Nolice Ls hereby given that the umiei.sicned hiis filed with the Commissioner ol Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to .sell and beer m retail on the premises described as 320 E. Main St.. Blyll'.eville, Mississippi County. The iindcrsUncd states that he U a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has n^ver been convicted of a felony or nthcr crime imohiiiE moral turpitude: that, no license lo sell beer by the tinflor- si*[]eri hf.s been revoked within five years lust past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the law.s of Shis' stale._ or any other state, relative to the .sale of alcoholic liquors . Application is for permit to he ts- prediclcd Hint a counter proposal, surd fr-r operation bc-jinninc on the suggesting a wage boost, will be the ! 1 da-, of Oct. 19in. anil I union's answer. The publishers snid In a letter accompanying piuposals fnr a contract effective Nov. 11 that "in view of the present economic trend, a substantial reduction In wages Is •Justified." expire on the 30 ciny of June. 1950. Mr.s. Buck M"linrz Suti : crii)rd ami RU'ovn to before me this 2 rl.iy of Sept. 19!3. Mrs. Marshall Blackard Notary Public My Commission expires: 3,853. versus KASABOSKI and GORILLA MAOAS Alto Two -Fall 30-Minut« Kosabowski V*. Sirois Mocias rily Iht poor hmcMwift who low wlthfjnl niorlrrn applisncf•;, She dofsn'l know- lli^t ^hp ran Rnrf and Afford lh« vrr> hcst In our store. According to H«nn*ri," J b*cht!or it 4 man who never mdVci the same mistake on eel" POP ntre esr/At/rrts VS. Malone FXPfKT KAD/O SAttS AMD 5f#r/Gf / BlYTOEVIllE SALES CO. !o I NONE 3KK Meroney Books Polish Wrestler For Monday Night A Polish heavyweight, who bill himself only »s Kasaboskl. make his mat debut in lilylhevill Monday night when he teams will Gorilla Mncta.1, the Mcxica mennie. In the tag match feature o the American Legion's wrestlin bouls nt Memorial Audllorium. Opposing this pair will be n con pie of Promoter Mike Mcroncy veterans, Walter SIrols and Edrii Malone. The main event bout w be over the M-mlmilc time limi best two of three fulls route. Kasaboski is considered by Me rbney HS an extremely tou^h oppc nent. He described him as belli both big and fast and a wcll-bu heavyweight that will (inn th scales well past the 200 pound mm His partner, Miuiias. is one of 11 three Mexican brothers who wrest. under the nickname of "Gorilla. He Is the eldest of the three and considered by Inr the best. If made his debut In Hlytlievlllc . en»l months ago and has appeare in several relurn engagements. Malone. the Florida Irishman and Sirois, > Prench-Canntlinn, ar bfllh veterans lo Mcroney's slio «mt have appeared here recent!' Both are heavyweights. In addition to the main evei bout, two one-fall preliminary matches are also on Ihe card with Kasuboskl meeting Sirois in the first and Malone tangling with Macias In the second. Read Courier N> ws Want Ads SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER Sriles \nrlh if Bljthevllle Box Office Oprns at 6:30 Show SUrtu 7:00 Saturday "THE LAST ROUND-UP' «(th C.cnc Au(tr And .lean Heathrr Ahr> Shnrl* ! Saturday Owl Show '"SAPS AT SEA" tllh Slan I.aujfl anH Oliver If.inlr F R K K ArimlUancr to Oul Slimr if ;nu al lend (he last regular show on Sat nrd.iy M full I. RURAL BEAUTY- "Miss Nevada of liMS." Carole Lnmpc. relaxes in the liny on her lather's lynch near Iteno, Nev, Kile has n date in Mlanvie City. N J., Sein. 5. to compete wilh Hie nation's olhei toij-rnnknn; beauties (or Ihe "Miss Ainmta" Kile. Texan is Surprist Finalist in U. S. Amateur Tourney ROCHESTER. N.V , Sept. I, fAP) " —A Texas rancher who kwjw mirh'ns himself (o find out if lt'« rue and a determined youn» Okln- loman clashed today In the "100-1 ihul" flr.als of Ihe National Arot- teiir Golf Tournament. Rufiu Klni!. a jolty con- »nd ell man irom Wichita Palls, Tex., »nd Charlie Coe. 135-pound bury whip from Oklahoma City, were lo play 36 holes or less over Oak Hill'i Wooded Acics «i decide a succwsor to Willie Turnesa. "Qofli. 1 can hardly believe It," King exclaimed alter he had eliminated 'fiirnesa, 2 and 1. yesterday In a fiercely waged 36-hole semifinal. The 3;l-ycar-olrt Texan, who failed lo miallly in his own slate cham- pion.shlp lust summer, was the dark- Ci'. of dark horses, lie shot his way IhroiiRh a bracket lhat Included . bolh of last year's finalists. Tur- ncsa and Rny Billows, and Great Brilnln's best, amateur clmnploa Max McCicady and flonnle White. Coc ble\v oui William O. Campbell. th» Huntinston. W.Va.. law make]' with i-olil dispatch. The scor« W.TS ;i one-si'ied 8 and 7. Th" 1 ci'im 2"t-ye:uv|[| fj,.(, b^ . i Ills eyes on Hie title since he w-ji cllmhuited by Billows in the seini- lin'ts lust year at Memphis. The finals today present a con- Invsi in persoiiiilltie.s. King U loose and irliixcd n.s an old disli rag. To l-lni s«lf is fun. Coc is a cold, <1«- lilx-rule player wlio studies evervL shot and seldom .says a word in ihe course of a nmlch. NEW llu\ Opens U'eck Days 7:tl(J p.m. <«H:iliitce Satunlay \' Sumlays .Mat.-.Sun. I p.m. Cunt. Showing Manila, Ark. Shows DVIiltV Mtilll' Sill 111'(lily "FRONTIER INVESTIGATOR' ullh Allan I.;)nt Ah.i Shlirll Saturday Owl Show "LAEOFTHE BARBARY COAST' with Stephen Dunn and AifMi> Jcrnens Also Shorts Sunday & Momliiv "SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS wllh .Inrl Jlrf'rea anil AlrvLs Srnllli RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday 'VALIANT HOMER!' vllh Dinu-an Ren>l<l> »» '"1'IIK CISCO KID" C> r'.onn * Serial Salurday Owl Show 'Fakon't Adv«ntur«" with Tom Oniri? Alia Cartma Sundav. 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