The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1949 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1949 Club Gets Ready For Arrival of Top Golfers Thursday Members of the Blytheville Coun- hours in helping him Iron out some V flJuta this WPPlc U'pro hniiip t>inr»_ nt v,;- ,.,~_i BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS if his weaknesses. Stranahan has been one of the union's leading amateurs for the last several years and this year ^ook part in several ol the major lonrnaments including the British and U. S. Open. White, although known promin- Mitly only by southern golfers, competed in some of the larger tournaments this year. He forged int.i national prominence this however, when lie led the year, first try Club this week were busy themselves making ready for Sept. 15 when Blythevllle Rets Its first glimpse of golfdom's big time. On that date three of the nation's top" professional golfers tour the new Blythevllte Country Club course In an 18-hole exhibition match. National Open champion Dr. Cary Middlecoff of Memphis, one of polfdoms' leading money winners of Ihe professional circuit, will be among that number, as will p'l-ank •Stranahan of Toledo, o.. one of nation's top amateurs and White, the Greenwood. Miss., •pro who led first-round plav in the U.S. Open last .June only to falter in the closing rounds. This trio or big timers will be joined by Blytheville Country Club's Bill Joe nc-nion, one of the state's leading amateurs and a boy- hnod friend of both Middlfcoff and White, in the evhiwti"n match. Cary, ncnlan Team Midrilrroff and Dcnton. who learned to play golf top:ether in Memphis. Mid who both were golf pals of White, will be teamed in the exhibition encounter against White and Stranahan. The match was arranged by Earl Baker. Blytheville pro and also a friend of Middlecoff. through the Early Maxwell Association of Memnhis, book- in? agents for Middlecoff. The appearance of Middlecoff and Stranahnn here will be one of their many exhibition performances this summer. The two top linksmen have toured several sections of the nation this summer 'pluylng exhibition matches In between the major tournaments. This will be the first time they have r.ot been paired In an exhibition go this summer. Denton. who learned most of his polf on Memphis courses and who now halls from Wilson, is considered by many golf observers as one of the leading amateurs ot this section. Although he has never ^beeti outstanding as a tournament IF player his ability on the fairways has won him considerable praise from Mid-South experts. Middlecoff. who gave up a career in dentistry only three years ago to Join the professional golf ranks, first came into national prominence as a top linksman In 1945 when as a member of the Army Dental Corps, he became the only amateur to win the North and South Open. The following year he was low «matenr in the PGA's Masters Tournament at Augusta, Ga., and the same year he was lotv amateur In the Philadelphia Inquirer's tour-, nament and qualified .for the Na-f anti Motor Coach Employes of tlonal Amateur with a 68 to tie a I America were unable to asree on first-day record. j Ihe union's demand for an increase He "was accepted as a member ' ° f ^ cents an hour, of the U. S. Walker Cup team in I 1947 but declined lo turn first- big win as a p. u „„., .,, the Charlotte Open where he pocketed $2,(H)D first place money. He hit his stride late In 1948 to win the Hawaiian Open. His two major victories this year .were the. u.s.G.A. (National) Open : "»nd^*Re«niing^Open. He: tied with Lloyd Mans>rn,">».for.,.(jr.«t ,,in.,Uie open. day's firing in the National Open s an "unknown." Although in recent tournaments Northern and Eastern golf writers have referred to White as a "Comparative unknown" in pro golfing circles, to say that this was true would be r(Uite unfair. He. has been one of the leading southern professionals for many years and has competed with some of the nation's best. He competed in several of the larger lonrnaments this year and forge:! into national prominence in the National open last June when he led the first day's firing. However, he dropped his pace in the later rounds and finished far back of Middlecoff. Tlie Tom 1 linksmen will be of- lically welcomed to Blythevllle on noon of the match date when they appear as guest at a joint meeting of Blytheville civic clubs at Hotel Noble. Following the dinner-meeting the four will singe a free shooting exhibition at the Country Club prior to teeing off for match play at 1:30 p.m. The match will be under the direct supervision of Baker who arranged the booking of the club and who is in charge of all details. Gallery tickets may be purchased at the Country Club and will be placed on sale 'in the business district in the near future. PAGE SEVEN ' Truman Praises Determination of Paralyzed Vets NEW YORK, Sept. 8. (AP)—There arc tables In the conference room, but few chairs. The delegates don't need Ihem. They have binucht their own chair.s—wheel chairs. fourteen ot them arc here [or the annual convention oi the Paralyzed Veterans o[ America. They represent 1,600 members. Opening (he .session yesterdav in the Hotel New Yorker, President Bernard E. Shufell told delegates that "svc must slop looking to Washing for bigger and better bonuses, and RO to work," Paralyzed veterans, he said, ran lake their rightful place on the American .scene only by their own '.sweat and effort." It Li the first time that Ihe organization has hold ft.? convention out.slde a veterans haspltal. Some of Ihc rtelcRatcs. like Mile.s Ncvln, a student, and Verdell Cioard, metal crafts worker, both dcle- with the company yesterday, by ; years as principal of Eastern ] School. Just before vote ot 124 to 45. The decrease will mean cuts in | Arbitration Board Asks Increase in Bus Fares To Boost Employees Pay LITTLE ROCK, Sept. R. (AP) An arbitration board has awarded Capital Transportation Company employes a wage increase and recommended iticreased fares for Little Rock bus riders. The board allowed an increase of \ seven and a half cents an hour and [ ~" ."-" an additional two and one hlf cents ? promised that if business improves if the company is permitted to in- 1 wages will be raised to last, year's j crease lares. figure. The board was set up when the company and the Amalgamated Association of Street Eler.tric Railway Rubber Workers' Union Accepts Wage Reduction NCRWALK. Conn., Sept. 8. (AP) —Members of Local 283, United Rubber Workers of America (CIO), + TOOETHKK AGAIN—Blytlicvillc Country Club's own Dill Joe DCII- + — - ton .left! will be paired with his boyhood pal, National Open champion',-, , * .. ~ , . , Dr. Cary MlddlccoK (right) of Memphis, in an exhibition match on (he ! „ _?' ?°" th Dakota Blytheville Country Club's new grass green course Sept. 15. The two ! V ua " s Now a Mother will oppose Buck White, Greenwood. Miss., pro and Frank Stranahan ol Toledo, o., one of the nation's leading amateurs in the match. The exhibition event was arranged by Earl (Pee Wee) Baker. Blythcvillc pro. She Tires of School voted last night to accent a ttecrea.se A/*-, A*\ v i ' ears in pay averaging 11 cents an hoi* . , „ , from Ibe Norwnlk The and Rubber 'ft Role of Instructor Company on a trial basis. The union membership accepted the proposal, agreed on by its representatives at a ncgotiatioi BALTIMORE. Sept. 8. (AP)--Miss Laur.i j. Cairnes had spent 42 years the public school system—25 nier vacation that f didn't want to BO back to school. It's a feeling. I think. Ihats common to the human mind," income ranging from two to 13 per cent. In effect, this returns the rubber workers pay to the level of the two years ago when they were granted an H cents an hour increase by the company. Officials o! the firm, which laid off 350 employes in June, have classes started for anothrr year yesteiday. Miss Cairnes, who is in her 60's resigned. Her reason for the sudden "I just decided at the end of sum- I ship. Dancer Studies Congo LEOPOLDVfLI.E, Belgian Congo IIP)— Pearl Primus. New York dancer and student of anthropology, is now touring Central Africa. She arrived back in Leopoldvillc recently after n tour of Ihe Congo. Prom Leopoldvillc Miss Primus will lenve (or Liberia. Her tour Is sponsored by a Rosenuald foundation scholar- ABERDEEN. S.D.. Sept. 8. (API- Jean, one of the Scliciuc. quadruplets of South Dakota, Is married and the mother of an 18-nay old daughter. Deborah. Until It was confirmed last night by a rrlatjve. Jean's marriage lo Harold Schlosscr. Frederick. S.D., farm youth, was a secret. Presently separated from her mate. Mr*. Schlosscr Is living at the home of ! her father. Fred A. Schense, in northern Crown County. Jean's brothers. Jay and James, arc also still on the farm but planning lo attend business school after tall work is over. oJan, the fourth quad, is attending a Minneapolis beauty school on n scholarship she received on her 18th birthday last Jan. 13. gates of (lie Memphis, Term., eh*n- ter, drove to New York in »peci»]l T adapted automobiles. A message from President Truman, read to the convention which lasts through Sunday, jald: 'The heroic battle you are w»f- mg U> assume your full responsibility to society Is an inspiration to the nation." Hephanls, alligators, turtles and poll parrots have an averigt |l(« span of 100 year« or mort. liLYTHFA'ILLES ONLY AH. WHITE THEATRE. Shuw Starts Weekdays- J:»U |i. Saturday and Sunday: Cncilin shoM'iiic troin 1:00 ii.tix TWO UK; HITS CO-HIT ALIX1* SMITH UMNO* PARKER IHE WOMAN IN WHITE ALSO "RACK lIlllliK" Mac Gets Holiday as His Master up team in I rn pro.^ His ! C ; ty fathers Permit ra V_ _„„!- \ffirO Pl/VASM* " KJrt I/ - White-Was Blr Hr-ip if Many persons contributed much o r Mirfdlecoffs success to the guidance of white with whom he giew up In Memphis. White tan-tit the young • •• • the pame No Guns BENTON. Til. — '.-TV- is your town trying Lo rid downtown buildings of pesky pigeons or other fowl? Some have tried metal o«ls. traps and loud "boos." ..But', t w p fBenton m e.n_ believe COPENHAGEN I'APl _ Sandy Mac. H years old, returned to everyday hfe on the Copenhagen pavement after two weeks' vacation in a seaside resort near the caoital — tile fir^t holiday in his life. You never i saw a happier horse. I Sandy Nfac Is in the wine busi: nexs. His driver. 62 year old Kcrluf , Petersen. made up liis mind Sandy needed a vacation as much as he did himself. iPetersen lived In lodgings, for .the ' , , ., ._-,..„.. „,„.„..„..„..., i , . they've solved ft an easy way. 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