The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1949 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 28, 1949
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PiratesTemporarily HaitCards' DashtolPennant-Red^Protect Lead R6fl BirOS LGdd tr~«' ; n¥rYrrT'iiiiaMai ••••>! ii • •-— ——• • ; •'• '"• •—'.' '... Cut to One Game ', SKPTKMBER 28,' Buci Hand Mungei- 6 to 4 Loss; Boston Shad** Senators 6-4 By Ralph r.airn Awctiatcd rifti Sporls Writer The St. Louis: Cardinals' violation of .the unwritten baseball rule "Jet sleeping dogs lie" may cost them thCiNatlonal League pennant. Pittsburgh'* Pirales, a docile uxth place club -when Ralph Kiner isn't on-the prow), acl like a pact ot louring lions when they clash with the swiftles from St. Louis— chiefly bec»use of an early-season feud. Pittsburgh chopped the Cards' mdvuntige over Brooklyn to one fame last night, scoring a 6-4 triumph over their despised rivals before 27,2*3 fans under Hie lights at yoibe*' ! Tield. The Brooklyn Dodder* were idle. .White the Pirates Jolted the Cards,'the Boston Red Sox downed their" "cous,ns>" the Washington Senators; 6-4, to p'rotect their one ff&ma* .American League, lead over the New "¥ork Yankees. '. he Yanks defeated the Philadelphia Athletics, 3-1 in'the afternoon, Th^ rirates' tong war wtlh the Cards began .early, in the season when/. Ken Johnson, wild young Cardinal lefthander, beaned shortstop Stan Rojek The Pirates cllarg- had deliberately called for the bean bill. Garagiola and 'Card Manager Eddir byer, denied the accusation brt the Pirates were firm in their conviction. Feud FJarei Antw The vendetta flamed anew In the Writes' last .visit to St. Louts. Eiio* Slaughter of the Cards spiked Pirate second baseman Danny Murtaugh and the Piraies vowed to take care of the Bed Birds when they came to Pittsburgh. This they did in no mice, lain manner. ,The Pirates belted Red Vunger, rlghthahded ace of the Cards, for-five runs In the second inning to clinch the game last night. Rookie outfielder Tom Sat Jell dropped Munger through the trap door with a grand slam home run to cluriAX the rally. The runs will not blemish Munger's earned run average as an error by Red schoeu- dlerat made all of the runs un- wrned. The Pirates now have beaten •'the Cards 11 times in 21 games. JoiDobson, with help from Wall Masteison,'pitched the rampaging R«d Soi victory over Washington's wo«tul Senators The victory was Boston's llth straight and its 14th «onwcutiv« win ;over Washington: Ruchl Vint No. 28 Th« Sox soc-kfd Paul Calverl for rix runs In -the "Jurat six innings 1 while. Dobson limited the Senators to one h t over the same span. Boston, drove Calvert out., with a four rim blast in the sixth, wh'i-h rtobspn rapped with a run-proci \— ing single. Vic Baschl hung i;p hk 20th victory in pitching the Yanks lo victory over Philadelphia. The Yanks jumped ori Dick Fowler f»r «1I of their runs in the third Inning. Fowler: forced Ihe first one home by -walking Tommy Henrich with the bases loaded. Yo»t Bprra followed with chase Foivler Shante two-run single to in favor of Bobby In the only other games yesterday, the Cleveland Indians shaded the Chicago White Sox, 3-2, on Joe Gordon's ninth inning single. The Cincinnati Reds edged the Chicago Cubs, 5-1, scoring.two runs In the ninth. .Virgil atallcnp's fourth hit scored Danny LHwhiler W l(ii the payoff run. George Peabody College in Nash- i "rcekmur. William nnd Ma'ry'lack- In c 1 u d e <1 : A in.p of H.ppy Ed Dexl«r ftxini to top off • h«r<( day. It's got a grander taste than you have any idea of! And why wouldn't it be something pretty ex-Ira special? It's the personal recipe of us Wilkens — nnd our family started lip distilling way back in the 1880's. UENftE* WHISKEY K Mir. Ux. (MM ftftilMt SOW Inl W1IUK UMUr'CO. |iXIIHt(Blue. 1KB. Hack Wilson's Grave Marked By Stone Block MARTINSBURG. W.Vn.. Sept. 28, 1't — Hack Wilson's old baseball rieilds gathered In a corner ot > veiled a small stone monument over ihe big guy's grnve. The tapered granite block, 10 feet high and about ,10 inchei sti «!,» IllfcVll.Mi'S .(UNIOK PAPS Shown above is the 1949 version of the Blythevlile Junior High Papooses who ,,U open their grid « H ,on in Jonesbo.o tonmrrow night. Members of the squad »,e: front row eft to nghO-nanny Cobb, Charles LangsUm Jr., Eddie Joe Whittle, Robert Birmingham, Ralph S -,lder lorn M»ly Bob McP.rl.nd. Billy Gih.ow. and Bruce Hay. Second row-Norma,, Sullivan. Bobby Smith.' Bob Oh Men John,,, O'Br.en. oharle. Shepherd, Montroe Holland. M. I, Criner. Leon Privett. Rudy Hicxma,, Qmncy Hodge, and A. J. H.ll. Third rovv-Dougms Graham. Pat Smothermon, Kellv Jones, Donald Gentry ' " 110 "' fictinic ijw staiiicy ^°- ^ B — , i uare at (he bREe, bore an etching of crossed bats and a baseball, with this simple inscription: "One of baseball's immortals Lewis R. (Hack) Wilson, rests here." Joe McCarthy took time off from the bitter American League pennant race to unveil the stone. Joe managed the Cubs whan Huck was the star of the Chicago National League lenin—and spending the big money like water. Hack riled last Nov. 2:1 in Haiti- more, .with, hardly 'a penny. His record of 5G homers In 1030 slill stands as a National 'League record, and his 100 runs balled In the same year remains tops In both big leagues. Assistant Coach Selected to Fill OsceoSc Vacancy Conrad Garner ol Harrison has been appointed assistant' football coach nt Osceola, it was disclosed today, ancf he will be ? in 'in, new dutics:next Monday as the succesor (o Eirell 'lliomiKoii, who'was,filial- ly injured Sunday night in an ,111- lomoblle. neciileut near Clarkc'diiicr.: Mr. Garner Is a graduate of AT-V-' (tiMiis ' State'• Teachers College iii Coiiway where he obtained his degree of bachelor.of science, in education: and won all-slate honors as a football player. He attended ihe University of Arkansas prior lo World War II and resumed his studies in Comvay nfter the eiiri of the" war. Since obtaining his bachelor's degree in Conway lie has spent one year in . Tenii.. working- on his master's | degree. He ts married. He vsas a roommate of Mr. i Thompson while attending college in Comvay. Mr. Thompson \vas killed Sunday while en route to McCrory. He was traveling alone and his car collided with a bus near Clark eclale. Howard Houston of Harvard Is AP's 'Lineman of the , fly T«] Meier + NEW YORK. Sept. 28. f.Ti-Har-J vard took a 44-0 drubbing from j M^O At Rnwlinr, Stanford on (he Pnc-ific Const last I IYltJaOi OOWIIng Saturctay. but cnme up ivllh the ' *~ ~ footb.ill linnn.tii of the week In sa-yi-nr-old Howard Houston. Tn Ihe first Associated Press poll of the Slid "season (he 200-pound senior tackle from Hiivcrhlll, Mass., today was named Hie top lineinnn of 38 nominations. .Houston, who served three years in Ihe Army Air Corns from lan to 19(6 ami u'ho u-fis one of the east's top heavyweight collegiate wrestleis hist yenr, enrneri nn un- usunr tribute from Marchie Scluvnrls, Stanford coach. ''Houston undoubtedly v.-as an all- American a-ainst us." Sclnvnrlz told San Francisco football writers. "Tin's is something-I seldom do r Intend lo write 7Iousrou a personal letter congratulating him on his line piny. He innde 90 per cent of Ihe tackles on defense and was hard to block out." Rnmicriip In the volilir from ali parts of the country \vns Kwell Poiie. Georgia Tech's little 168 pound guard. Pope siTfered a broken Jaw in l),e second quarter, but played the entire game and helped the Engineers lo an unset /2-T victory over Vnmirrbill. X-rays after the gnmc- showed his jnw broken nt (lie noiut of his chin anil also (hat three tcelh were knocked oul • Ed Basdoil. Michigan Slate tackle, was llr-d in (he bnlloting His flay «as one of (he main reasons MSC held Michigan to a 7-3 (ri- Others who received high prnlsn were Don Hock. Colorado A ,<- M tackier Wade Walker, ' OfclaI,, 1-1-. B" < h 1C i,, Di " 1 Pol(1< ' nl "' r B. Army ei,<j ; Bob Wilkinson, UCI.A end; l.,y, Nomellinl. Minnesota tackle- I lO ,i le; and Harold Christian farkle. Nominations „ i s o ........ u ,. ,1 • R.ia,d.s Stan Vfest. Oklnhonia and IMck Tomllnson. Kansas. • Red Cross field workers with the Team Continues On Victory Trail The Mends Clothiers continued (heir winning ways ' in tile Tuesday Nis',it Bowling League last night with a high average ot 1B4 to win two out of three from the Hnt Shots in league play at Chitwood Lanes. The Knighis of Columbus team look two out of three (rom Van Patten, the Flyers lost three to [he Saliba Cafe five and Feinbergs swept three from Coca Cola In other games last night. Dr. Torslcn Lindqiest of Fein- bergs had high game of the nigln with a 208 ant! John White Mends wns second with 204. John Geary maintained his hi>-ii average continuing at ihe rate "of Tourney Results Revised In yesterday's issue of the Courier News it was inadvertantly reported that Bill Joe Denton cle'feated Ro land Bishop and Dr. James Gii'nvd defeated Bill Pollard in the Bly- thevlile Country Club's membership golf tournament. According to the fourth-round results Denton' defeated Polliini and Guard won over Bishop. . • .NATIONAL 1.EAOI1E n L Pel St. Louts 95 .55 ,.fi33 Brooklyn 94 56 .627 Philadelphia. ." 79 T> .523 Boston . ...73 77 .487 New York 73 78 .483 Pittsburgh 63 82 .453 Cincinnati 61 90 404 Chicago 50 92 .391 A.11KKICAN LEAGUE Sports Roundup NEW YORK, Sept. 28—<fl>j—A glum-looking Casey Stengel liad just received word that he and fialph Honk and cliff Mapes had Men fined for Monday's rhubarb at Ihe stadium—a grieve-oiis error somebody called it ... "I didn't see Ihe play at all," Casey confided hoarsely. "I was'going back in the runway when somebody told me there was something going on out there . . . Then they fine me for coming out to see what happened ... It was the first time I was fined this season—and we've only had one man put out of a game. What do they expect me lo do?" . . ..A photographer asked the Yankee manager and the two players lo pose for studying pictures of the disputed play and Casey assented grudgingly . . . "it won't get that run back," he maintained. "And I wouldn't settle for anotiier run from the same club. It would take a lot to make up /or that one." . . . Tommy Hen rich came along . to, a look at the photos and In- i sisled Houk had blocked the plate against Johnny Pesky's slide . . . 'There's only one player who could have slid under that glove." Tommy argued, "and he's a Yankee-mole." Boston . .. New York . Detroit . .. -Cleveland . Philadelphia Chicago . , St. L-Juis . . Washing loti W .. .. 95 .... 94 ... 87 ... F-1 ... 79 ... 62 Leon Campbell IsSWC'sTop Ground Gainer FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Sept, 2 f/?>—Saturday's [octball game her Detween Arkansas and Texas Christian University will, bring together the Southwest conference's Individual offensive leaders. Though he has ployed but one ectne, fullback Leon (Muscles) Campbell of the Razorbacks tops Ihe loop's rushers n-ith 238 yards netted on 15 carries. He is is 16 \ards of the Texas Aggies' Bob Smith, who lias played in two games and has cayried the ball 32 limes. And Texas Christian's quarter- rack. Lindy Berry, is first in -passing with 403 yards in two games. WINK, on: - A ia t depends e has connected cu 32 of 52 losses, you say out tic e One da llS'^'olfisU!£ o " e ™ en ' u " In punt returns, it's Berry again wnh four runtacfc, for a total of i28 yards. TOO also has the No. 1 pass receiver, end Morris Baitey. He has ... 51 100 ...48 102 527 .-116 ,Yestorclav's Results /• X.AT|<I.\MI r.r-:AfiiiE Cincinnati 5. Chicago 4. PilUbin-oh 6, Si. Louis 4. Only games. •Yew Yon .^.'Philadelphia'I. Boston 6. Washington 4. Cleveland at Chicago, night. Only games. j snatched 10 for 194 yards Texas., whicli lias registered two .- ras ->' triumphs, leads in team of-) 38 ;ftnse on 997 yards; Southern Meth- 320 lodiat. which yielded'. 191 'yards in its only stort, ranks first defensively. Attorney General To Look Into Two Federal Agencies "State and Revolution'' Subject of Lenin Works MOSCOW -MV- volume 35 of, the Works of Lenin—including aev- 1 en articles which have not appeared | before—has been published Announcing this, "Pravcln" snld the' volume contains the celebrated '• work, "The State and "Revolution " All the K-oik.s in (lie volume re- ' ifiling to the period after the July! today's Cnrnes NATIO.N.H I,l,,ili|JE St. Louis at Pitlsburgh. Brocfclyh at Boston. New York at Philadelphia. Only games. A.\II-:I:IC,\N i,KA<;rR Philadelphia at New York. Cleveland 3, Chicago 2. Boston at Washington, night. Only games. sion with federal officials, the attorney general has obtained approval for an examination of the books of the agencies. ' Murry said he was Interested in determining if Arkansas was receiv- LITTLE ROCK,' Sep.' 28-iy?')- Attorncy. Qeneral .Ike ,Murry lias been granted permission-to examine records and account.-; of two feri- agencies- that have been absorbed bv the Farmer's Home Ad- mmistrntion ' lre «™,,,,,,, E Jf ArKansas was r€ Miirry wants to determine If an ing its full share of benefits estimated $2,500.1100 in assets of the rrr- """-"is. old Dyess and Arkansas Rural Re- habilization Associations and their successor agencies belongs lo the slate. The two associations weie established in 1933 to make loans to farmers. An estimated S-I,COO,UOO loans are outstanding. . Murry's inquiry was prompted gy an Arkansas Senale resolution. It was contended that about 55,000,000 could be recovered. " After several months of dlscus- II Is For Everyone lo Enjoy - - The Family Will I.ovu'lt - STA Wliat Guild II lie! you wont a better beer... not a bitter want genuine lager beer . sffZ^^x^ *^ . . Seemg is believing ... and tasting is testing. When YOU re m St. Louis, see the new §64,000,000 expansion of the huge Home of Budweiser. You'll see why there is much more Budweiser available now. You'll see how the lagering process that produces Budweiser really ages this fine brew much, much l onge r than the 15 to 30 days allotted to ordinary beer. You'll see the patented method that traps by-products of fermentation and absolutely prevents them from letting Bitterness get into the finished product. Meanwhile. raise a glass of golden, foaming Budweiser to your lips and inhale and taste the goodness that sets this beer apart from all others. There's nothing like it... absolutely nothing. Budweiser LAGER BEER ANHEUSER-BUSCH. INC.,. .ST. LOUIS BOTTLED I N ST. LOUIS word Saver Although Mapes sent the required telegram in answer to prexy Will liarridge's demand for a public apology, a lot of guys at the staiuin Ihoiisjht h e wasted words. "II e should have copied Yogi - Berra," scribe insisted, "a n d wired you made Grieve: Tni sorry apology necessary." IIm|is Get Their Lumps Stengel, in a reminiscent mood ent on: "A lot depends on what calls. Eie just patted me on the back nnri said: 'You get back to the bench and don't come out again.' ... A little later Al Simmons charged out and Jones chased him right back ... So those guys thought Jones was my pal because they didn't hear what he said . . . "That isn't any thing," broke m a visiting reporter . . . "Prank D.wcoli, the fireat fall fellow, was limping in Chicago when Charley Orimm rushed out. Before he csftirt say H word, Grimm besan: Take (t easy; don't get so excited .. . Why not? Dascoli ,asked. "And Grimm very sweetly says: Well, you have to wrestle somebody tonight, don't you? BLVTHEVILLE'S ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE WED. - THTJIIS. OPEN 6:30 Hig Double Feature l^ffitottttdm Plus Bi s C.'o-Hil &EAU1IFUL. Bo\ Office Opens at 6:45 p.m tt'ccii Nights Show Starts at 5:0fl Al.ltinrr Katlirrtnj Jt Suiul.ij nl >- n.m wilh cnnlinuoas showinc Wednesday & "TARZAN'S DESERT MYSTERY" Johnny Wclssmuller Nancy Kelly -Inhnny Shcftleld N'ews tc Com«riy Supreme Court To Get Confused Cash Funds Suit LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 28—(«•>_ The Cou poi Irovei te did sugg regular Arkansas Suprerru irt and not a specifically up. • [ntoci body will lake up the can- iverslal cas|, funds suit. .Chief Justice Griffin smlih yes-' rday confirmed that the couit not plan to disqualify ilseM hearing the case. He had -ested that the court might dis-' lallfy because the court's library leratcs a cash fund. Oral arguments on the case will 1 heard before the court next Jiiaoy. one member of the court abiy will not participate in matter. He is Justice Robert A. -lar, on leave of-absence as Deari the University of Arkansas La rt tiool to-fill'an unexpirect term he university is one of the i n ions interested In the lawsuit suit was filed in Pulaiti imicery Court by Rey, JameidR- "son of Saline County who askTd injunction prohibiting 34 stain itutions from using cash funds lancellor Frank Dodge ruled a- inst him and he appealed Cash, funds are those obtained M!U T' ° S nr renlals alld »o< clivered from legislative aDpropiia- be Mo: prob Hi Lefl of sci Tl- _. stltutfo Ch GIpsoi au ii inslit Ct «a fi d tl Message is Delayed BERLIN. Geruany -wv- A rar ,' lor pigeon landed In FOrst, a Bav- iriarj town, recently, with a message' •aylng a German infantry unit in southern Italy had .een cut off by 4 "ted troops and there was no iiice for it to break through Nobody knows where the bird roamed about for the past flvs /ears. All! ch Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickasowba mm -\ We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deliver Phone 2043 Plenty oJ Parking Spare SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER .2 Mites Norlh ol Blytheville Bui Olfice Opens at 6:3(1 i Show .Starts 7:00 Last Time Today' "SHOCK PROOF" H-llh Cornel Wide and Patricia Knight Added Atlraclions Thurs'lay & Friday "GOOD NEWS" with June Allyson and Peter I.awford (IN TECHNICOLOR) Added Attractions RITZ THEATRE Manjla, Ark. "YOU'RE A SWEETHEART" with Alice Kayf. anil Georsp Jlurphy News gf. Comedy k Days J:W p.m. Salurdar * Suniiajs .Mai. -Sun I p.m Com Showinf Manila, Ark. SbflHS KVt.m \KilH Wednesday S- Thursday "THE LOST TRIBE" with .Inhnny Wclssmuller Also Sh*rfai

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