FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1949 KLYTREVILLE (ARK.)* COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN ^Hitler Hurled i ly Erwin Jones BlythevilU Motormcn Boat Phillips 4 to 0; Jaycoos Rout Owens &wln Jones, at one time rated as ie of the south's best Softball pitch- s, hurled no-hit no-run ball last ght as he and his BlytheviUe otor Company team mates routed it Phillips Motor Fordmen 4-0 In Mgfecond game of a City Softball eifue contest »t Walker Park. Jones found the Ford hitters to Is liking, striking out 13 and allow- ig only 3 to reach base, all on alks. The game barely missed being i ouble no-hitter as Tom Ivey, Phil ps hurler, gave yp only one base low in the tight pitching duel with ones. Charles Cook, Motormen utfielder, collected the lone hi the gamey-a single to left. Ivey ned 3 and gave up only one base balls. ast night's performance wa ies' first complete game pitchei several years. He quit the moun ortly after his discharge froi Navy due to a back Injury. All of the Motormen's runs wei earned, being set up or scored by rdmen errors afield. Cook's single ove in one of the four runs. In last night's first game, the ythevilte Jaycees pounded out an sy 22-3 victory over the cellar- 'elling Owen Druggists who drop- d their fifth straight contest. The n was the second of the year for Jaycees against three defeats. Harvey Dorrls went the distance r the JaJycees allowing only four Haynes started for Owens but relieved by Kelly. The two urlers gave up a total of 13 base ts. N Box Scores: \ First Game Owems Drug I AB .................. 2 imes Ib ...'. .......... 2 Villiams 2b .............. 2 urley Ib .............. 1 Haynes ss ............. 2 :. Hay 3b .............. 2 egan If ................ 2 Hay cf .............. 3 Icadows rf .............. 3 Unknown Sets For/yPocein National Open CHICAGO, June 10. (AP>—The National Open golf championship ooks like a Tom, Dick, and H»rry ournament after the first round with Let Kennedy, one of th* lesser- known pros, pacing the field with * two-under par 68. Kennedy, 31 year old Pawtuckct, R. I., shooter, competing In his first open, posted his top ranking score after touring Medlnah'i treacherous No. 3 course whose par Is 3835—71. Only five players broke par yesterday in a field of 162 starters In the 49th open tourney. Seven others matched par. Kennedy, winner of the New Ei.g- land P. o. A. crown for three years in a row, authored eight one-put greens and chipped In from 20 feet on another to fashion 35-34. Today lie has a slim one strike lead. Bunched at 70 were a pair of "unknowns" in big time golf, Chuck Parlow of Greensboro. N .C.. and Al Brosch of Garden City, N. Y., plus, two big-namers. Chick Harbcrt and Herman Barron. Two lesser-lights also were in the standard 71 bracket—Pete Cooper of Ponte Verrtc Beach. Fla. ,and Bus Peclle of Kansas City, Kas. With them were such illustrious ellows as 53-year-old Bobby Cruicn- shank. Lew Worsham, the 1947 winner Johnny Palmer, Claude Harmon, the 1918 masters' titlist, and Ralph Guldahl, former Medinah pro whose feat of taking the open in 1937 and 1938 Is still hot-stove talk Five were deadlocked at 72, Including amateurs Skee Rlegel of Tulsa, Okla., and Jimmy McHale, the insurance salesman from Overbro 'k Pa., whose 65 at St. Louis in 1947 still stands as the national open's single round record. Sam Snead dug out of the trees for a 7B. Bobby Locke. Lloyd Man- gruni and Byron Nelson needed 14 veteran Gene Sarazen and Gary MIddlecoff settled for 75's. Jimmy Demaret staggered in with an tit, Ills worst round in years. Mexican Academy Outlawed There'll be no football game between Dr. Enrique Mathey's Mexican academy «nd any Arkansas high school next fall unless some school wants to fall from the good graces of the National Federation of Kith School Athletic Associations. That's the word h*nd*d down by Jonnke Burnett, secretary of the Arkansas Athletic Association, yesterday. According to Johnie, the NFHSAA, which ts the exalted ruler of all state athletic associations, has Issued an ultimatum that It will not sanction an International contest between any one of its member schools and the Santa Maria Academy of Santa Maria la Rondendo, Mexico, which recently contacted Blythevllle Hi»h School oHleial* about a "goodwill" gridiron get together. It seems that Dr. Mathey, who represented himself as the commissioner of athletics of the academy, was a bit hoiftah about th* whole thing. Games with one or two American schools might have be*n al right but according to Mr. Burnett* the Mexican (ridden had planned a king size barnstorming tour which would have carried them Into several states, as far north as Illinois and Indiana, and the national federation kind of got the /idea that there might be a commercial angle somewhere. Too Grand a Price North Little Rock was the first Arkansas school to be approach* by the Mexican academy. Burnett said. And since then a number o other teams in the state have been sent Invitations. The price asked b. Senor Mathey for playing such a game varied with some schools being asked to guarantee as much as $2,000, plus expenses, A reliable source has reported to us that BlytheviUe school ofll cials offered a guarantee of $1000 to bring the Mexican team here and the last account was that Dr. Mathey was holding out for the inclusion of board and room. • Sounds like Jorge Fasquel In reverse. Haynes p 0 elly p 2 Totals 22 3 Jaycees AB R 'atton cf 5 4 Hall c 5 2 .loyd 3b 4 3 Dorris p-rf 3 3 Bihith 3b 5 3 lardman 2b 4 1 pradley If 4 2 Crowe Ib 2 2 Dorris rf-p 3 2 Totals 35 2 13 Second Game 'hillips Motor Baker ss •Cetclnnn 3b Hays Ib iiulleii cf-3b Koontz c Vixson 2b Hollingsiwcrth rf . Fatten lb-2b 3 1 1 Ivey P 2 22 K»'k rf Riclos If Totals Blrtherille Motor AB Armstrong c *. ........... 3 Canada 3b .............. 3 Little If ................ 3 Meharg Ib .............. 3 Williams 2b ............. 3 Dill ss .................. 3 Cook rt ........... ,_ ..... 3 Jones p .......... '. ..... 1 Bassett rf .............. 2 Totals ................ 24 Sports in Spurts Ben A. Lincoln, who coached at Blythevllle High School in the 1920'« has accepted a position as director of physical education and athletics at Monette High School. The former Chickasaw chieftain has been making his home in Pocahontas the past few years. . . . Kenny Merritt, the Armorel fast bailer who, according to all reports, is one of the most sought-after young pitchers in the state, has been carted away by the New York Yankees for a week's schooling in Southwest Missouri. The Detroit Tigers and New York Giants are also rumored hot on his heels. Methodist Ball Team Defeats Calvary Baptists Play in the American Legion's econd annual church school base- all program got underway at Wal- .er Park yesterday morning with he First Methodist team of Blythe- illc defeating Calvary Baptist 8-7 n two extra innings. Wayne Burnham went the dis- ance for the Baptists but was tag- led f"r nine hits. Tommy Mosley ipened on the hill for the Method- sts and was relieved' in the third Benny Hays who finished the contest to »et credit for the win. Robert Birmingham got three ills to lead the Methodists' hiiting and E. Belknap rapocd out a pair of singles to pace the Baptists at the plate. Another game was scheduled for ;his morning bet-ween Gosnell Mctlndlst and the Catholic Church of BlytheviUe. Quote, Unquote Prom Dick Kleiner. NBA sports writer, comes this little quip: "With the ball players who jumped below the Rto Grande restored to good standing, there's a change for the geographers to make. They'll have to quit referring to the Mexican border as baseball's foul line." Game is Postponed The scheduled game between the Osceola junior Legion team and the Sharty Bend Independents last night was postponed due to wet grounds. Crackers Blank Chattanooga 3-0 Behind Lindquist By The Associated Press Carl Lindquist of Atlanta set the Chattanooga Lookouts doxvn on four hits Thursday night as the Crackers took a 3 to 0 Southern Association victory. It was Lindquists' fifth victory of the year. He has lost two. At Birmingham, the loop leading Barons were defeated for the second time in a row by the Nashville Vols. The score was 11 to 4. Scheduled contests between the Little Rock Travelers and the New Orleans Pelicans and the Memphis Chicks and Mobile's Bears were rained out. Big Carl Sawatski batted in ton of Nashville runs with three hits Friday Night's Games Chattanooga at Atlanta Nashville at Birmingham Memphis at Mobile (2) Little Rock at New Orleans (2) Red Sanders Retired NEW YORK, June 10. W)—Vol- imtary retirement of Orbaii (Red! Sanders, backficld star of New York Yankees in an AlUAmerica Football Conference, has announced yesterday. NCAA Charges 16 School With Sanity Code Breach CHICAGO, June 10. liTi — N ifime^ have been mentioned bu the National Collegiate Athletic Association has accused 16 of its member schools as-not acting in com- plipnce with the group's much publicized "sanity code." Prof Clarence P. Houston of Tuft! College, chairman of the Constitution Compliance Commit- e. said yesterday that the schools ill have until July 1 to signify whether they intend to comply by Sept. I. , He said if the offenders did not comply with the sanity code they face expulsion at the annual meeting in New York next January. First use of gunpowder in artillery was to batter fortifications and it was not used in the field until late in the 15th Century. NEW KOI Opens Week DiTS I:WI p.m Matinee Saturday it Sunday -iL-Sun 1 p.m Cont Showtnt Manila, Ark. Sl.uwi 3VERI N1GBI Cow pokes Trim Kansas In Fifth District Playoff STILLWATER, Olda., June 10. <K> -Oklahoma A and M last nigh won the right to meet Texas In thi NCAA regional tournament by roll ing over the University of Kansas 12-2. The Aggies, who won the firs VHQ Boseballers To Play Luxora Mine Here Tonight The Blytheville Veterans Hous- ng Quarters baseball nine ' play two panics In BlytheviUe this i'eek-end, Erwin Jones, manager o he veterans team said yesterday. Tonight the VHQ team will mee 1 he Luxora Independents for the icconds time this season under the ights of Walker Park, and Sunday iftenioon the Veterans will mee :hc strong Armorel Tigers on the Air Base diamond, Jones said. Scheduled for mound duty fo he Veterans tonight will be either J. C. Whittle or Burl Hampton with Charley Hicks probably hurl ng for Lurora. The game is se or 8 o'clock. Jones said that he Is undecided is to who to start against Armore Stmdav. Sunday's game U scheduled for 2:30. loutleman Stops Yanks on 6 Hits Tiger* Hand Bombers Third Straight Lois; Cardi Continue Spurt By Juk Hud AM«ciat«4 PTHK Sports Writer Credit the Detroit, Tigers with topping the New Vorlc Vnnkee iakewalk In Hie American League. With fan attention focused on he St. LouU Cards' sizzling spurt n the National, the hustling Tigers hare been giving Carry Stengel a rough time. Stengel's Yanks took a 6-game ead Into Detroit after Sunday's split In 8t. Louis. Now the margin s 3!i. Bed Rolfe's Tigers have won eight of their last 10 fames. Art Houtteman, t young man who nearly lout his life In i serious auto crash at Lakeland. Fla.. In spring training time, did the latest Job on the Yanks—a six-hit, 9-5 Tiger triumph. It was the Yanks fourth straight loss, three to Detroit. Hoot Evers. who was shoved over from center field to left to m«k< room for rookie Johnny Groth. wa: a one-ma,i team veslerdny. H e banged out a triple, double am three singles for five hits, scorer! three runs and drive in two more A'» E*ire white Sax Connie Mack's Philadelphia A' also closed In on the Yanks, secur Inn third place, live frames out o first, by edging the Chicago Whit Sox. 1-0. In 12 Innings, nick Powle won a tlsht duel with Bill Wlcli n a walk. Luke Applins's two-bas rror and an Infield trrounder Dick Starr, a non-winner who hn ost seven, finally marie the victor column, 11-0. as the St. Lou Browns marie merrv with Elli.s Kin der, Chuclc Stobbs and Finn Quinn. It w?s the first stjutoi -brown by a Brownie pitcher th season and the Red Sox's sevcnt defeat In their last nine games. Brooklyn clung to that holf snrtfc •nA In the Notional bv snbduln ihicago. 9-5. while both St. Lou and Boston won to remain right o the Dodcers' heels. Dodgers Root Schmitz Ralph Branca was unable to sliu the prosperity of a 9-0 lead. } was knocked out in the elehth wlie the Cxlbs scored five times. Tl Dodgers wrapped it up early wl six-run blast In the second th routed their old jinx, lefty Johnny Schmitz. Howie pollet. back In his 1946 (orm. whini>cd the slimming New York Giants with six hits, 4-1. as the Cardinals made 1t six straight wins and 15 out of 17. Pollet. with five straight victories, might have hurled the third St. Louis shutout of the series sweep but for an unearned run in the sixth following Edflle Knzak's error. Bob Hall, a Johimy-come-lately In Billy Southworth's starting rotation, turned back Cincinnati with seven hits a" Boston romped home Sports Roundup Jr. HOW THEY STAND NEW YORK, June 10. (*•;—Eddie iyer 1* keeping hU Cardinal*' line- p fairly sUble for these daya, hen Mcne miniftri switch' eyery- hlng but the b»tboy'i uniform to \eet right or left-handed pitching . But £ddle Isn't opposed to uch changes. He Just doesn't have team that would be Improved mch by switching, . . ." Billy southworth won the pennant last ear by switching," Dyer points out. Most left-handed batters hit SO mints better against right-hand itching than against southpaws. I say most of them—not felons like Stan Musial. . . Up to »st year 8Un thought he wasn't good against left-handers. He ould hit them, but he didn't th;nk ie got »s much power. This season t doesn't seem to make any dlffer- nce," . . . Eddie, enthusiastic »s ie Is about Muilal, doesn't give Stan all the credit for the Card*' purl Into the thick of the pen- iant race, "It's due," he said, "to hree fellows starting to play ball at once — Musial, Enea Slaughter uirl Howie Pollet." • AMEK1CAN LEAGUE W L New York 10 Detroit 28 Philadelphia 21 Washington » Boston 23 Cleveland 22 Chicago , , 21 St Louis 14 SATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn . .. 29 20 St. LouU 27 19 Boston 28 20 -X 23 On the Nov Lpst week Sam Clevenson of the Laronia. N.H.. citizen predicted that lilgh school football and weight sinK star Bcrnle LaCroix mli!ht best the state discus throw record by 25 feet. The mark was 130 feet 8 Inches. Just a day or so Inter. L-CroIx won the state title with a 151-« heave. New York . . Philadelphia Cincinnati . Chicago . ... Pittsburgh . 2« 22 17 17 Pet. .«32 .511 AW .521 .500 .500 .438 ,286 .592 .587 .583 .531 .531 4-13 .310 .354 U.S. Hotkey L*» 9 u« Looking for New Prexy CHICAGO, June 10— (IP}— Th« United Stale* Hockey League lodaj wu looking for a new president to succeed James C. Uendy of Minneapolis, hemd of the loop for the' past three years. Club owners at a meeting here yesterday accepted Hendy's resignation. A three-man committee was appointed to consider applicants. No action was taken at this tim« on the possible expansion of the league to admit San Antolo, Tex, and Wichita, Kas. SOUTHKKN LEAC.UE Birmingham AtltnU Nashville Mobile New Orleans Little Hock Chattanooga Memphis w . 30 . 21 . 28 . 21 . 27 16 Pot. .511 .514 .5«0 .5-11) 500 411 •131 3H WelfhtT Task Ted Hi-ilcwood. Cleveland Browns rookie tackle whose hnbby Is tar- aet shooting, put himself out of action last season when he accideut- i-lly shot htmstlt in the thigh. . . • Coach Paul Brown has ruled out pistols at the Browns' training camp. . . Paul figures he'll have enough trouble getting the lead out without having to resort to operations. Yo<:tpHr,v s KfKll'tS NATIONAI I.KARUE St. Louis 4 New York 1 Brooklyn 9 Chicnso 5 Boston 10 Cincinnati 2 Philadelphia 4 Pittsburgh 3 <18 innings' AiMKRU AN LEAGUE Philadelphia 1 Chicago 0 U2 iu- St. Louis 11 Boston 0 Detroit 0 New York 5 Onlv "Pines scheduled SOIITIIKKN ASSOCIATION Atlanta 3 Chattanooga 0 Nashville 11 Birmingham 4 Other games postponed RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. hVrlay & Saturday "TWO GUN JUSTICE" with Tim McCoy Cartoon It Serial Balloting tor All-Star Players Starts Today CHICAOO. June 10— W>—Ballot- Ing opened today to select starting lineups for the American and National League teams In the annual all-star baseball game at Brooklyn July 12. First returns on the voting were expected to be available Monday. with a lp-2 decision. It was Hall's second start and first since May 20. The Phillies squeaked past Pitts- burgh, 4-3, In It Innings, the longest game in the majors since 1946. Del Enriis' single, a double by Andy Seminlck and Jack Mayos fly ball broke It up in the 18th, after Murry Dickson had hurled II scor- less relief Innings. Dickson, who has trouble hitting the winners circle since he was purchased for $125,000 [rom St. Louis, suffered his ninth loss despite the fine effort. Jim Konstanty shut out the Pirates in the last nine innings to earn his first victory of the year. The first, machine to make barbed wire was patented in 1*74. game 4-1 but lost the second ft-3. took advantage of every Kansas error—nine of them—and stole that many bases. -Jim Ward went the distance for the Cowpckes, giving up but six scattered hits. Saturday (DOUBLE FEATURE) "SHERIFF OF WICHITA" with Allan Lane A Republic Pic tare 'OWL NIGHT AT OPERA' Marx Brothers Sunday and Monday 'CANADIAN PACIFIC" with Randolph Scott CULVERTS CONCRETE CULVERTS—ALL SIZES BLOCKS Rock Fac* — Plain — Cinder Cinder Partition Blocks Pyramid (House) Blocks & Base * Sand & Gravel • WE DELIVER • JOHNSON BLOCK CO. Hiway 61 South Phone 238(1 ENGINE HOT? Giv« Your Cor, Truck, or Tractor Thi* Complete Cooling System Correction $"T50 FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY To insure top performance of your car, truck or tractor during the hot summer months... .and to save yourself some money, get in on this special. We'll remove, check, and replace the radiator.... and that means boiling out and repairing if necessary. 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SATUKUAV N1TK OWL SHOW "OMOO, OMOO" (The Shark God) with Hnn Randall and Devera Aurton Also Comedy Sunday, Monday & Tuesday Tr><-l:»v'<; Pipings NATIONAL I.KAOIIE Pittsburgh al New York Cincinnati .it Brooklyn Illicit) St. lx>nls at Philadelphia (nlRlil) Chicago nt Boston fnlshl) AMERICAN LEAGUE New York nt Cleveland (night) Boston at Chicago (night) Philadelphia at St. Louis (night) Only gumcs scheduled SOUTHERN LKAGDK Memphis at Mobile (2), night. Nashville at Blrminphiim, night. Little Rock at New Orleans, night. Chattanooga, at Atlanta, night. WllQKT BOOM TOWN SAGA OF THEM ALL! Dial Box Office Opens at 7:0 Show Startt ii 7:34 Saturday "FRONTIERS OF '49" Wild Bill Klllolt Serial Chap. 1 of "I.osi Jungle" SATURDAY MIDMTK SHOW Starts 1(1:45 p.m. BIG TOWN SCANDAL Phillip Reed Hillary Brook. Also Shnrla Warner New* and Short Sunday & Monday "THE FULLER BRUSH MAN" Red Skelton, Janet Blair Warner News A Serial Chapter 2 o( "Batman & Robin" mrnrn THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Hoi Office Upeni it 1 Week Nlfbti Show Start] >t 7:38 Matinee Saturday & Sunday at 'i p.m. witii continuous ihowiDK. Slum SUrU Weekday I:M p.m. ilttrday and Sunday: Continuoa.* snuffing from 1 :tMI p.m. Friday & Saturday (DOUBI.K FEATURE) "HOPALONG CASSIDY RETURNS" with William Koyrt ai Hopalonx CassiUy GeorRe "(jabby" llajcs and "BAMBl" Walt THsney's Technicolor Cartoon Serial: "Son of the Guardsman' No. 2; Also Cartoon SAT. OWL SHOW AT H p.m. "DESPERATE" wtlh Sieve Broflie • nd Audrey Long Friday & Saturday Buster Crabbe in "TERRORS ON HORSEBACK" with Al "Fuizy" St. Juhn Serial: Charter 10 nt "KK.V A KINTV" SATIJKItAY MIDMTK SHOW Starli 10:45 p.m. "THE WOLF MAN" Claude Raines Bel a LugosI A ho Shorts Sunday & Monday Serial: "Mysterious Mr. M" Ab« Cartoon No. 1 Sunday & Monday "DEAR RUTH" with William Holden, Join C*ulneld and Edward Arnold Al» C«rt«*n It Late World News • MU • KKS nif Mel* Mn> Wwrn • Ljrta b» In C Mol Nnokcri DincW ty MKITr M.TOMJ OimW * CHAB.B MTtB 1 !
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