The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1949 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 9, 1949
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PAGE EIGHT 1949 Chickasaws Training Session Termed 'Preview Coaches Russell Mosley and Johnny staples, will) iinK one week o( practice left, will give Jilytheville football fans a preview lixik at lliejr Chicks this afternoon lira game-like scrimmage sessum at [he Tribe's new training field on North Tenth Sum. BLYTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS The scrimmage .session was called' for 4:30 and the purpose was to give t)\e. ttiba! chieftans mi opoor- tunlty lo iron =-.:! * few roiish spots In the Chicks' offensive and defensive play and at the same lime get a nreview look of how the learn will look under ^ame time, conditions. The scrimmage will be n,n iff! N ' c " just like n regular came In most I Bos " m Instances. Couch Mosley explained. ] Clov< ' l!1 " ri • •• with yardage and downs kept How-' " c " 0 ' 1 ever, he Indicated that the session ! Philadelphia . MOW THEY STANb AMBK1CAN LliAGUR W 1- York [Chicago . lighi ! Sl - I -"" is ?lo"'' 1 y alierrj'fed ri^- f"r these positions fro defense and I hi- plnver- niav not be game length The Chicks witnessed » HSIH i 'serimmaBe yeslerdav with coaches i Washington stressing tackle and end 1 play. Using oillv !\vn end- rind two tackles as l'<c ripfriKive line r-o:ich ' rnudiM-rilcy ! ' n «rfen«e to | H'uoklyn : rurried mil i Philadeluh The Ch>«'k sound v.'a* b:u-k to :ifj ' New York ^members ye^lerdav with the return i PJtt'-bui <th ''of I.onh Anderson, a prorni in-; | Cincinnati looking fullback c:<t> "rlalp who has ' Cllkogo . been absent from practice for n j week. ! The Chicks are scheduled for 1 light drill? tomorrow afternoon af- ler which they will luive nnly to- r more practice sessions before their . opening eiicoiinter \\i1h Parayoiihl fit Haley Field nexi Friday night. . SL' . 82 . 78 8(1 . 69 VATION.M I.KACl'K W L B4 !!l Pet .GDI .807 .407 i Pet OP i I .•1.16 ,4M .302 LI-:AI;UK w L HII.SON CI[||)l)i:i:.S Jot oj iK-t:i'ji v;nh d;e l>i;!k l'he\ aie .leit to li^iit' i^i^ Douglass. iiibei.s o! tiu- \vn-on H:<!h years k'-l a ICICIK at a. few , Couch Stiiu.illijli, Howard —Cuurfcr .Vrws i'liiilu ho<il -fcolball team who figure to see a fiiacli Hoy stobaugli's single wing plays. <>;iyard, ilf;p rowj H. p. casii and David FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER fl, Tigers Virtually Knock Indians Out of Running with Double Win + By .lack Hand (Associated Press Sports Writer) Red liolfc's Detroit, Tigers, hottest, chib in baseball with a. steaming I6-out-of-18 fever, secrncd to have delivered Uie kayo wallop to the world champion Cleveland Indians, The Tribe still lias a mathematical chance at the American League pennant. So do the Tigers, but it's only a fleeting hope. Detroit vaulted into a near tic with Cleveland for third place by sweeping a day-night doubleheader yesterday on the pitching of Hal NewHotiser and Ted Gray. Dotli are six games behind the idle New York Yankees, but, the Indians hold third by ail .002 margin Rain washed out, the" New York- Boston Ramc, turning the big series into a two-game set. The worst the Yanks can fi et Is a split. Every day (heir 2'i game lead looks more comfortable. If the Yanks can lake a deep breath, there Is no such chance In the National. The St. Louis Cards and Brooklyn Dodgers are separated by a single game. Breeheen Hurls Shnl Ou( Harry Brechecn gave the C.lrdln- Ma«or League Leaders By The Associaled Press National League Batting — Robinson. Brooklyn .547: Slaughter. St. Loins. .340. Runs—Reese. Brooklyn, 119: Robinson. Brooklyn, and Musial st Louis, 107. Runs batted In — Robinson. Brooklyn, 115; Kiner. Pittsburgh 103. . ' WU — Robinson. Brooklyn, 183: Thomson. New York, 175. Doubles—Robinson. Brooklyn. 34: Hatton, Cincinnati and Ennis Philadelphia. 33. Triples — Slaughter and Musial. St. LouEs. and Robinso'l, Brooklyn, Home runs — Ktitrr. Pittsburgh *8: Musial. St. Louis, 28. Stolen bases — Robinson. Brooklyn. 31: Reese. Brooklyn. 25. Pitching -Wilks, St. Louis. 11-3 186: Roe, Brooklyn. 12-4 .750. Strikeouts—Newcombe, Brooklvn 124; Spahn, Boston, 122. American I.eagrue Batting — Williams, Boston 354- Kell. Detroit, .337. Runs—Williams. Boston, 134: Dl- Ha»Kio, Boston, 115. Runs batted in—Stephen*. Bos- ion. 145: Williams, Boston. 141. Hits — Williams. Boston, 177- ilitchell, Cleveland. 172. Doubles — Williams, Boston 37- Kell, Detroit, 35. ' ' ' Triples—Mitchell. Cleveland 20' Dillinger. St. Louis, 13. Home runs—Williams. Boston, 37- Stephens, Red So>. .16. Stolen bases—Dillinger. si. Louis 16: Valo. Philadelphia. 14 Pitching — Reynolds, New York 15-4. .789: Kiner, Boston. 18-5, .783. Strikeouts—Trucks, Detroit, 137- Newhouser, Detroit, 124. Mashi'ille . . . ; ....... Ilirmini-iliiim ......... M Mobile .............. 7<i New Orleans .......... 7fi \ A(l:nua ............. 6f) ! Little Rock .......... fi7 ! Memphis ............ <;;> Chatlanooga ........ 57 Pi-t ! .EM ' .Sil.i • .537 I .514 , .'ii;« i :•!!!)! .383] "Pick ihe Winner" FoofbaS! Contest 28 High School Arranqed for Courier News Readers " l ostf rrlav's Detroit P Chk Bof Itl-i Cl I.KACI'K eveland o-l Middlecoff Far Behind in Play + A weekly foal lull contest, 'Pick lhe Winner", will be conducted by ihe Courier News, stanin" next week and continuing each week throughout the entire 1QI9 football i Philadelphia 9-8. Washington 1-4. i i MS Chicago 3. St. Louis 1. | A f ff /-friC/^C Bos.on at New York. rain. ] M t /\ O/75O5 NATIONAL LKAcijt: St. I/mis 8. Chicago 0. Brooklyn 12. New York 1. Philadelphia 3. DOS ion I. Cincinnati 9, I'illsbnrgh 7. SOUTIIl'KN LEAGUE Little Hock 6. Bii minRham 4. Mobile 2-1. New Orleans 1-6. Only games scheduled. Tori-iv's AiMKKICAV I.RACillK Boston at New York Cleveland at St. Louis iniuhli. Wasl.ingioii a t Philadelphia nishli. Only games scheduled. NATlOXAl I.IXi New York at Brooklyn. Philadelphia nt Boston SI. Ixiuis at Cincinnati Chicago at Pillsburgli I KANSAS CITY. . Niiltonal Chamriio.. __ coff. trailing 52 players, vowed today he was out to pick up ground in the S5.00I) Kansas City Open '-olf tournament. Mlddlecoff, who piaetiees dentistry belxveen his busy .schedule of loiirnament-s and exhibitions, found himself eight strokes off the medal pace with n 76 after first round filing uvcr the li.:il£t-jinrd par 72 ; Swope Park Public Course. i Both Middlerolf and tournament officials declared n misunderstanding was responsible for the U.S. Open IJllist's announced intentions of withdrawing a tier he had failed The crmt<>si will be to pick the winners of lhe 21 lop sanies of lhe week, including stale high school nnd stale and national collegiate, with a cash prl/e of $5 lo be a.vurd- sepi. 9. Wi _jed each \vci-k lo the person picking Carv Middle-j (lie most winners. The 24 jjame sselrcted by the InStateTonight I.ITTLB: ROCK. Sept. 9 f^pt _ Arkansas' 1949 schoolboy* f'oothall WHr «<l.s underway tonight when 50 hi'.'h school squads square off in 28 games. j Topimio this year's opening card will be the .\n»imlin-El Dorado ba.1- ile in El Dorado. Rl Dorado is the onlv big-.six teum lo play this week Arkansas Tech Favored in AIC Wonder Boys Picked By Coaches to Retain Conference Crown Hi George .Miller LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 9. (API _ Arkansas Tech's Wonderboys were tagged bv loop coaches to repeal as football champions of the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference. In an A.v-ociated Press poll, all but one ot ihe coaches of the nine schools eligible to compete for the title picked coach "Rabbit" Burnett's squad for the role of favor- He. Ouathita and Henderson teachers were selected to finish second and Ihird. respectively. (Arkansas St:ite and Little Rock ./uniar f'oll^se did not schedule the repMhec! minimum of five conferring v,M\\e? li bo. eligible for the ' nl cause a boost last "ni'g'ht "i'i'tTi"a chnmpi'jii.-h.ip) thrce-hil. 8-0. shutout of the Chi- Hcre's how the roaches think ihe ratio Cubs. AIC football standing, will be at Brooklyn staggered home ahead ; th? el"se of '.he race in November: i of New York. 12-7. in a 3-hour-''0 | 1 Arkans:i-- Ti-cli: 2. Ouaehitr.: 3, I minute marathon that was delayed i Henderson: 4. Ai^ansns A. and M.; | 35 minutes by rain in the first ' 5. Arkansas Sf:>te Teacher.*: 6, ! 111111111;. Tu-nnty-tivo walks only one MamioHa A. and M ; 7. Hendrix: 8 ! short of the league record were College of ihe Ozarkf. and 9. Avkan- [ handed out in the wild affair sas College. | Reliefer Carl Erskine. following i So well :>"i-(-d were the coaches j ", ex Burne.v to Ihe hill, earned his ithat there was little contest for any I sixth straight -win since returning •snot. Otiachila and Henderson were I ' ! ' oln Fo1 ' 1 Worth, but needed help i as heavily favored to place second ' roni Krv ''alien to get home. I tmii third as Tech was to wlndnp in Russ Meyer turned back Boston ' first place. i H ' llh °" e hil as Phillies di'tnped . B;it>2 plar-ed atop the heap In l lhe Brai 'es for their ninth straight .re-season ratines Ls no experience '° 55 ' 3 '' Tllc one Mi was a double xpe for the Womld-boys. Tiiev have won four 'Oitseciiti\'e conference gridiron crowns. Inei(lent:!!Iy. Tech this year becomes a foilr-\vAr school. This by Conme_Ryan In the firsl liming. - v N,-.vs Sports and Ativmis- i Ma^tioli-.. plavin? its first Department., will appear each . a Clr-,.s AA contender will field scoring "ibby Sisti who walked. Hells N'ip Pirates Cincinnati pushed over three runs in the Hindi to give Her in Wch- lesvrs Little nock J.c. and Ma>;- • "«'•>''' a 9-7 decision over Pitts- imlia the only two-yenr .schools in burgh's Vic I.mnbnrdi. A homer by th- U-men-ber conference. j Da "»y Mtwhiler started the win- Ouachi^a's 'l'f;:cr.s get the jump nnl ^ rally, on the other AIC members in op- year as i enin^ the season. The Baptists fly to 'IV'Xiis for a name Saturday with (night) (nlj>iui' i night i' California Champ May Get Shot at Charles' Crown sional men named chairman of a commitlc all horse racing here. lawn Jockey Club now SAN FRANCISCO Srpl 9 I \T>) \ s "' '" R mc( -tilig here. -This city's first heavyweight ' Io '" , ly " ± Nobll? ' s '"* championship fight in 45 years was ! " "" " l " ! "° ri "'" In the making today. Terms were ! SOl.ITIIKKN LEAGUE Night games: Memphis at Liitle Rock <2i. Atlanta at Birmingham 121 New Orleans nl Mobile i2(! Nashville at Chattanoosa. Fall Races, Auditorium Goals of Spa Group HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Sepl. 9. -VP, —A fall horse race meeting and a new municipal auditorium in ll,,i Springs are new goals of the Better Business Association. At a meeting yesterday, the organization of business and profes- to conquer the hilly strip yesterday. | Middlecofl is here on a $50C i guarantee, according to louriui- I mem chairman Bill Sunders. The [ lanky Memphis. Tenii., shot maker j siiid he was unaware -U the siart that he had any "sure pay" coming. { Muidlceoff said he was exceeri- | hndy tired from the steadv grind of 16 exhibitions m the last 211 days. He complained of a lame back. He slarteOotiay eight strokes off the medal piice set by Dick Met?, ot Arkansas City. Kans.. Dave Douglas, of Newark. Del., ami Bill Mathews. of Kansas City. The tin ) turned in first round G8.s. Jim Ferrier of San Franciscn posted a 69 on lhe damp course. While amateur Frank Stianahan. of Toledo, O., winner of the tast open here, was also using 7fi sirokes. Stocky Bo Wiiiinger. of SHIlivnterl Okla.. shot a fnncy 70 to esi.'tblish himself as a threat lor both the amateur and chainoionshin limmrs dress plainly In the margin of the ad ami then mail the entire page lo: FOOTBALL CONTEST, in care' of (he Courier News. All entries must be postmarked not laier than midnight on Thursday of each week The contest will be open to nil ! persons except employees of the | Courier News and their immcdi- | ate families. Each contestant will j be til lower! only one r-unv n week, i i Winner of each week's contest j will be announced in the adver- lisr-ment of the th e follow i i"K week. The Oak- opeiates a ds, a group N.B.A.. titleholder. nnd Put lino, local 185-ponnder who holds the California state crown. of Metals Valen- ! Dispute Again Sought Ex-Gi, with Strange Ailment, Reported Better \ CLEVELAND. Sept. 9. Wi-.Aii ex- i C..I. student whose artlticial eso- Two Errors Give Travs 6-4 Verdict Over Birmingham By lln- Assnriatoil I'ress ' It was the ninth imiinc, a ,id the Biimingham Barons were coasting' ill on a 4-3 crest. I Then something happened. i Shortstop Bevan Slrie.klsinr! made i two errors. That w:is al] the Little! ftock Travelers wanted, it wa.s good for three unearned runs and a 6-1 victory [or them. That was the highiiehl. of the play in the Southern Association lasl. night. • • There were two other games, both „ P ~ 1C Dt< 5' l<10 '" ann Kn l'e tauele in an°' hr ' r noll -<-' " fc ''C»<:e battle! Both '''""" are p;< l lecled '« fielti light, fast, offensive-minded squad.s. In Disirirt P.-ur, the Smackover Bucks take on Hartford in Smackover. The Bucks, who lost to Blv- th-ville in last year'.s playoff finals, wi'l have nine leltcrmen back. goe. 1 ; to Caniden in a District Seven tussle. Coach Snm ColeIIDII: sr>vi his Camden panthers will be "interesting" this year. He ha.s eisht leltcrmen in his starting lineup. W-.ldron invades Alma. Rogers will be host to Sequoyah. Okla. Newhotiscr gave Cleveland only one hit and faced but 28 batters MI Co,pu?s' : chri s ii U."™5"*wiri"be"onei[ :l( ' v ' : ' 1:1 ." ( '-. GJT ' V followed upVcw" of the wtn plane trips for Ol.achita. llo " sf '" fine job with a forr-lliUer The Tigers will fly next week to "' '" 2 " J° '»"' «'f Tribe's Bobby Oklahoma to play Oklahoma City! l : cllcr ' ?;'• Fcll f hlt « h"'ncr. but „ ll wns " t enough to save him from Mils l ilh loss. The Philadelphia Athletics pulled | out of a six-game losing tailspin to lefthand the Washington Sen- I "tors into a double loss, 9-1 and j 8-4. in a twiltffht-njnht doublcheari- er. Alex Kcllncr grabbed win No Proposed Rood Survey Sparks Controversy in State Highway Board LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 9. W 1 ,—A i 17 ill the twilight half at the ex- propased survey of Arkansas high- ncitse of rookie Jim Pcarce, up way needs by a private orgaiii?.a- from Charlotte. Lou Brissie breezed tion has soarked controversy in the j honm in the second. Arkansas Highway Commission. | Bob Kn^ava stqpped the St. Louis Meeting here last night, the com- I Browns with five hits in pitching mission deferred a vote on a pro- j Chicago to a 3-1 victory. Ned Gar^ pnsal that it approve a request to v er wa.s the loser, the Automotive Safety Foundation. Washington. D.C.. to si'rvey highway needs in the slate. The pro- pnsal lias Governor McMath's proval. Meeting in advance of a ;>rssioii Fishing Boat Catches Submarine in Its Net C A M PB RT.TO W N. Rcntlaud Se-it. 0. l/r,_Tlie fishing bnat Nil Ocsnerandnm drnnned its net yes- terdiiv in the Pirth of Clvilo and caught his majesty's submarine Ai<-Me. The submarhte was exercising .svbmerced at 90 feet. It surfaced and the crew di.sontangled the net finm Ih" conning tower and peri- scrtoe. The skiuoer of th» Nil Desoeran- diim donnled the fish in lhe net to the submarine crew. Held for Former ap ~ Arkansas Physician si on today at which bids on 14 highway MEMPHIS, Sept. n. «P|— Funeral construction projects will be re- l scrv ' MS wc 'e held here today for ceivcd. the commission also received I t)r - William R. Blue. 61. Memphis physician and diagnostician, who assurance from Revcp Commission Dean Ft. Morley that uniform died yesterday. licensing of heavy tri'-'-- would be ] Blue was ? native, of Callatin. put into effect in all counties in the I Tenn • allri »'»s aradualed second state. The commission members had complained that the state is losing money becarse of lack of uniformity in licensing trucks. Cl.I. student whose artificial eso- j ' " ere wcre I™ other game.,, both ] ..... " ~^_ ........... ' ; ''"'"' j phaglls developed an abscess may : bpUvct -" lh e Mc.bile Bear., and the i D i , ~, ~I. be released from Crilc Veterans : Npw " Orleans Pelicans, The Bears "°rkcrs Leon Campbell Hospital in -a cotmle of wee 1 ' ™ e "P™" 2-1 but last the , s Sidelined by Hernia lewly crowned association champions, the Nashville Vols were ..... ' The last heavy:. ei^nt Mile this city saw .Jaines .J. -Jeflries kni'ck out challenger Jsck Monroe Aug. 25. 1904. Porkers to Play LSU BATON ROUGE. La.. K<-pi. 9 .' —The University of Arkansas l-'edeial Mediation and Corn-nation Scni<v 11 the union's re<|iiesl. The strike of i.soo enioloyes at Reynolds two Arkansas ahlmiinm plants and bau.viie mines has been 'inner \\ay since Aug. 1. has- 1 of pre-hislo: i<- ..kelball team will play I.oui-.iana : bmiHoihe, i; a«w Umtorsity her,- Dee. 9 in one i ami™ a I A l'* Ba "'° S °" LSL " S I! " a Ca?C ' I.,irce^i dinosaur found in Kouth Dakota's White nivor area, liomc monsters, \\jts the This uns similar in a rhinocei(i5 ;tuci i of a full-gio.i n 1 RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday ot- Snturriay RLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE. s.turdaf^ s^;?, 7 ;:::,^! "WESTWARD BOUND" showing from 1:00 ,, m. , viu , Krll M ;lvll , rrt nrul llnti Slrele ['arlnnii ,1, Serial | S:iIurdav Nile Owl Show j 'UP IN CENTRAL PARK'i with Dr.iim.i llurbin ; and Dirk llnymes Als' THE SECRET LAND" (111 'I frhiiErnlnr • t't.TS * i I.aM Cli.iptrr | "SOX OK CX r ARI>S,\lA\" i C'olor f-.\ Y F-n-PVTr i P v i ,. , \ ,„ L V \ 'X ' " ( ' 1 "' s •••!>-- Leon f.Musclesl Campbell, veteran fullback and kcv back iu Arh- aiis.s' foolball plans this wa.s -iflelined yc.sterr' y by hernia. fXir-h John Barnhill snit the IM-pnund hall carrier to a physic. He expressed belief that fTamp- would sec at least limited ac- this season. NEW !>'<•< Opens Week l>.iys 7:00 n.m. .Miitincr Saturday * Similars '•il.-Stm. I p.m. Cont. Showing Manila, Ark. Shows KVKKV NIGH r Levee Worfc Planned NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 9. lift— Bids will be opened Sept. 23 for enlarging the Red River levee in Lafayette County. Ark., the district engineer reported here today. The work consists of a scries of projects along the river below Denison Dam to provide protection against flash floods. H will connect uith a similar project above Garland City, Ark. SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER "NIGHT TRAIN TO MEMPHIS" willi Roy Aciiff his class at Vandcrtilt in 1911. He bcsan his career as a general practitioner in Parkin. Ark. Blue later did post-graduate work in New York and moved to Memphis m I9!3 to begin practice as a pediatrician. He was regarded as an ai-thrnty on nndtilent fever. Blue is survived by his widow, a son and two daughters. Galileo built his telescope at Padua. Italy. 340 years ago. Fred S Salibo & COMPANY has just added 5 DODGE "Joi-flofed" Trucks to their fleet !*•& ftr iktm n fi« sfr*«fe Miles North of BlylhevilU )!ox Office Opens at 6:30 Show SUrls 1:00 Sniulav. iMiinil.ty anil 1'uesdaj Saturday "SUNDOWN RIDERS" with Russell Wartc and Andy Clyde, Also Shorts Last Time Today "JUNGLE JIM" with Johnny \\ cissmiille and Virginia Grey Added Allniclions SATVRI>AV OWI. SHOW "THE RAVEN" with Bnris Karlnff ' Also Shorts Sunday & Monday 'WILL JAMES SAND" with Jlark Slevens and {'nlcrn Gray Shorts Saturiiity "WESTERN HERITAGE' with Tim lloll d Kteliard Martin SATUKD.VV 1..VTK SHOW : THE CORPSE VANISHES | witli Bell I.nRO^I } and l.nann >V»lker i Added Attractioti* are POIXJE There must be o reason BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. 'South'* Finest Service' Kroailway & Chickasawba I>hon« .[,|22 see us for UK facts Sports Roundup Hii(h Kulimon Jr. NEW YORK, Sept, 9-Cn-Dom be surprised If such traditionally conservative football teams as Duke and penn State Join the swing toward the popular "T" formation this season ... joe Bedcnk successor to solid Dob Higglns at Penn State, already has begun installing some wlng-T plays, run from aji unbalanced line in the Michigan manner . . . Duke's Wallace wade sprang a "T" n| av on Wake Forest last fall and Jack Friedlund went 82 yards on it Wade Isn't talking now, but Duke fans and opposing coaches feel sure he will spring some tricky offensive patterns on them . . . Babe McCoy the Los Angeles Olympic Club matchmaker, is heading for t,ta*. Graziano-Fusari right in New VJP iwth the idea of bringing back a few "name" boxers [or his arena . . . lie National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis has just started an emergency drive and sports chairman Grant Rice Is appealing to every branch of sports to pitch m and help. Illliv's That Again? Direct [|iwtL- (rum Mel Allen's broadcast of the Yankee-Red Sox game Wednesday night: "Well how about that? lUzzulo made one ot the greatest one-handed scoops wlulc going head over | iccls , lntj tagged zarilla that you ever saw." One-Minnie Sports Page Jack Weisenbnrger, wliu was virtually immune to injuries in [our years of Michigan football, has been sidelined twice this season playiu» baseball for the Denver Bears—an injured knee and a ditto thumb . . . Night and O'Oen Wisconsin grid fans are anticipating the appearance of Pat O'Dca fabulous drop kicker of the 90s at the Wisconsin-California game Oct. R . . . O'Dea, now a resident of San Francisco, hasn't visited Camp Randall Stadium since he saw the Badgers upset Illinois in 1934 The question, it seems, is whether the guy who used to boot 100 yards punts and 62 yard drop kicks can kick a football harder than [\^ Wisconsin Wolves can kick a coated Dots All, Brothers Bertha Ragan pitched 35 shutouts and It no-hit games in leading the Orange Uonctles to the South- em California girls softball cham- . pionship. Where's Joe Page now? . . . The Yankee-Dodger football club plans to distribute 5.000.000 match books with the club's schedule this season. Drumbeater Arthur Mann explains; "We want to get the point where you can't give your best friend a hot foot without using our schedule." The border-line Rio O'-ande Rii'- er ha> been known to change its course so ciiiickly thai farmers who thought they Ih-cd in Mexico awoke to find themselves in Texas. Unusual Gifts Distinctive Cttrdiins See Them at the Linen & Curtain Shop 108 So. First Phone 815 Box Office Opens at 6:15 p.m. Week N'ighls Show Starts at 7:00 Matinee Saturday ,t Sunrtaj •U 1 p.m. with cnnlinumis .showing. Friday & Saturday "THE FIGHTING GRINGO" (irnrf-e (VKrlcn '."pita Tnvar Serial and Cnmedr SAT. MIDNIGHT SHOW 'SEARCH FOR DANGER" Albert Dekker Myrna Dell Ben IVeMrn Also Comedy Sunday & Monday HER STORY NATION'S —•"•»•.-*-. ™™™™ PROBLEM "lit «ll« no FORREST- BRASSELLE PEHN N'ews & Camedr

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