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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 12, 1949
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BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Chicks Will Battle Arch Rivals Friday In Season's Opener By O<n|e {,'lark {'ourif r New* Sj»n ts Kriilor Tiiis is "it" week for Coacli Russell Mosley and his Blylhcvilte Chicke. This is the week the Ctik'ka.saws begin the of llieir .state championship. Friday night the 1949 Chicks will have their mupUing and Uiey nil! start things off in a big way, against, their arch rivals, the Para gonld Bulldogs. * The .state's big boys, the Riiys (hat call the shots in high school and college gridiron wars, have put the Chick.*; on the spot and Coach Mosley and his aide-de-camp Johnny Staples, know il. The sfale champs are being picked to repeal this year, even before any of the prognosticate!-* have seen them in action. But thai all xoes wllh the championship. To ptil it bluntly, Ihe Chicks should have another pieal ball ctnfo this year, provided (heir two "il" spois materialize. The two o.neslion marks are at the center of Ihe line and backfield depth. The Chicks began (raining will the weakness at these Uvo spots standing out like a sinner al a' revival nieeline but after tivo weeks' of practice the situation lias biighl-' ened somewhat and Coach Mostey j Isn't lookioe quite so Bloomy. i «>ak Spots SlrrnelliPiirri Coach Mosley's reserve backs have suddenly come lo life and looked Rood in practices last week. The reserve power is light, considering the si?.e of (he four starters. but several of the extras have shown plenty ot speed in late practice sessions. The center position, which was weakened by the loss of one of the two candidates due lo an injury, has been bolstered by reserves from other line positions bill everything still point* to J. C. Droke. Ihe 180- pound junior v.-ho is almost cinched for *he starting offensive role. If Droke goes through th" season uninjured, then everything wil] pan out right. But that's too bie of a gamble to take, and Mosley. last week, set out to manufacture a center from his tackle and end depth. Bill iBiiBl Wunderlich. a 205- poimder lip from the junior ranks has been filling In for Droke alons with end candidates Jim Gosselt and Thomas Prince. boys are niturnlljr green at the new position but will fil in In tight soots. Tonih Game to Start Si-avin The Chicks will have but three more days in which to get ready for their first encounter of (he Mason and Coach Mosley plans to take advantage of every available minute lo make certain that his trlt la in top condition for the expected tough goinj?. And it will be tough, you can bet. on that. Whal Bly'lhevllle- Paragould game isn'l? The Bulldogs. In spite of the fact they lost 19 letterinen nnd nil but two starters, will have another good club this year, according to all reports. Coach Sandy Sanford's crew, the toughest team faced by the Chicks last year, will he rated as one of th« state's top Class A teanu this year and will be out to protect their it«U crown in that division. And too, they have blood In their eyes over the 10-7 field eoal decision they lost to the Chicks lasl year after they had the game all'but won. The Chicks began their final week of pre-season practice this adernoon. Coach • has hard sessions lined up for this afternoon, tomorrow and Wednesday with a light dress rehearsal workout Thursday night. STAND SOUTHERN I.KACUE (How Tlie.v Finished) Nashville Birmingham Mobile New Orleans Atlanta . LHtie Rock . Memphis . 91 . 82 . 71 71 C9 65 €0 Chattanooga NATIONAL LKACillC St. Louis Rrooklyn j New York j Hoston j Cincinnati Chicago AMKKICAN LK.H1UE 128 Golfers Tee Off in Women's Amateur Tourney Sept. 12—<'.-PI—A New York . Boslon Detroit .... Cleveland Philadelphia Chicago Si. Louis Washinglotl IV . 85 84 82 80 11 55 •!!! 14 Pet. .6W .505 .5-1:1 .507 .464 .4-18 .425 .31)5 .5:12 .18!) .4811 .1:11 .403 .308 Pel .G:IO .60-1 .53G .582 .522 .401 I os lorn 11' ^ (\osii I Is SOUTHERN [.K,\(;UE Memphis 6-3. I.iule Hock 4-4. Nashville 11-1. Chatliinotiga 4-3. Atlanta 4-0. Rlrminghain 1-1. Mobile 3, New Orleans 1. NATIOXAI I.KAIHIK SI. IfluLs 7-7. Cincinnati 5-4. Brooklyn 10, New York 5. Philadelphia 3-6. Boston 1-3. Pittsburgh 7, Chicago 3. AMKKICAN I.KACIIE New York 20-2. \fashingum 5-1 (Second game called In lillh, darkness i. Philadelphia 6-4. Boslon 4-0. Detioil 1. Chicago 0. St. Louis 5, Cleveland 4. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 194> —Courier News Photo I'AltCTIIL'ISSVII.I.K COACH, (IIIII>1)I)I!.S-Coach Emil Boepple and his Carulhe.svillc High School footballers are gelling ready this week for Iheir lra<mio,,ally tcu B h same will, Hayti on Sept 23.'Coach Boopple ,s shown above wilt, Ihe iwo grirtclm who will c.ptam his team this vcar. Don Waldron ,lell, is a lulllMck and Dob Walking u'lglai Is a guard. Boliiare seniors. Bosox Drop Two To Phi Rice Owls to Have Senior Ball Club; Will be Tough From Start No SOUTHERN l.K.AOUK (Shaughnessy Playolf) games scheduled. MERION, Pa., and by »t tile Merion Golf next Saturday evening one of the number will'have waded through seven matches to become the <Bsh women's amateur champion of the United States. Which contestant that would be was anybody's g lle . w Bs thf fj , twosome left the firsl toe for „;, NATIONAI I.KACiUt No games scheduled. AMKKICAN f.FAtillE No games .scheduled. Maior League Leaders By Tlii- Associated Prww Batting — Robinson. Brooklyn, .347: Slaughter. St. I.oui.s. .339. Runs—Reese. Brooklyn. 120: Mu- sis.1. St. Louis. 112. Runs batted in _ Robinson. Brooklyn US: Killer, Pittsburgh 108. Hits — Robinson. Brooklyn. 1B7; Musial. St. Louis. 179. Doubles—Robinson. Brooklyn. 35- Ennis. Philadelphia. 34. Triples—SlaiiEhtrr. St. Louis. 12: Robinson, Bvioktvn and Musial St Loirs, 11. Home runs - Kiner. Piltsburgb 46: Musial. St. Louis. 32. Stolen bases —Robinson. Brook- • TBfi: Ncwcombe. Brooklvn 15-6. 714' Slrikeovt.s—Spalin. Boston, 133 N'ewcornbo. Brooklyn. 126. I Amerieaii l.cajcur : Baiting -Williams. Doston. 3S2•' ! Kell. Detroit. .339. I Runs-VVill;ams. Boston, 1.16: Di- i Maesio, Boston. 118. first round aUnoiiih'n.'i," n" ill Rl "" batt<lri '"-Sl'l'licns. Bos- luuna, aunotigh naturally the I (on. HS: Williams Boston 144 N^-m.i'n 011 ' J? ra " Lcn "i Hils ~ Williams. Boston, 1S2- Newington. _Conn.. rales Mitchell. Cleveland. 176. ! Doubles Williams. Boston 38 faces, Kell. Detroit. 36. only | Triples—Mitchell. Cleveland. 22- j Dillineer. St. Loins. 13. „,,,,„.„,. ... over- Home runs—Williams. Boston 37£ Rootle F Ml ". Franc " Slephen* , Stenhcns. Boston, as. Br,u,h u&n*"" 1 u °f '" e tOUgh I Swlfn bases-Dilltngcr. SI. I British \\omens S olf tournament, 17: Valo. Philadelphia 14. Pilrliing — Reynolds. New York. defendin czyk of *s a stanuch contender. However, Miss I.enc?.yk stfin competition [rom 'not other well-known and dark-hors't American rivals, but from this year, I s on hand. 'Editors note: Tliis is another in .. series discussing Southwest Con-, fercnce football prospects.i lly Ilnrolil V. Itnlllrr HOUSTON. Tex.. Sejlt. 12 —t/r"i— The nice Ouls will be on the move, from Hie slart this season and that's had news for other championship contenders in the Southwest Conference football race. The main reason the Owls Will reverse previous procedure, when hey !,„,,,. [,„,„ u ,,|, rnUWc (]OW1) the stretch but a hide lute for tHlc hopes is that .less Ncclv has a senior ball club. We will be In belter shape for fust Biniic.' 1 Neely says. "Last .yenr, for inslance. it took to long to find out what men to use This y-rje know h e,ore the season The owls also have been favored by better weather, it just hasn't been so terrifically hot and there hasn't been any rain lo interfere with practice. The so.imd is as far advanced in trainins as any other outfit in llie conference. Rice will have to,) passing, great running and passable puntln- U is the kind of tram that the fans dream about. Rice coaches shudder over next year, when half Ihe squad will be gone. There nre 21 seniors In of them Ictteimen. Line lo be ttlf, Fast Anchors of a biE. fast line—one of the fastest forward walls Neely nas had at rice—nre James Williams, all-conference end. and Joe Watson, all conference center Watson;- considered by Neely to be llie most magnificent lineman in Ihe leaf-lie, is a 230-pounde.r, u e took 21 pounds of/ during the summer rumiinc three miles a day around a golf course. Spark of the back field is big Tobin Rote, one of the cleverest T quarterbacks in Ihe business. He is a passer and a most excellent defensive man In addition to his Houdini ball-handling. Those three greats arid up what looks like the best Rice team in a decade. Not many fellows were lost from last years squad that rolled down llie last month's stretch like a fast frei B lH. In fact, the only departure of particular concern was llucy Kccney, nn outstanding punter. Neely doesn't expect to replace Kccney this season. Kickers like that don't come alone often. But Fiicc will have some punters able of keeping; it out. of trouble if not keeping the opposition in hot water as Kecncy did. The Owls wi'll have plenly of speed, both in ihe line and bark- I Held. That aiiscrs well for die Owl chances since Nccly's nnmine same always is the sliontesi in the league. The Rruond attack ate up 1.995 yards last season. i GixiH Burkfield Strrnclh The starting offensive learn will have Williams and Iclteiman Jack Uolcott at ends, iettcrman [ialpv • Murpy and squariinan Bobby Bow- i man. shifted from cud at the i tackles. Icttcrmcn S. J Roberts and | Carl Si-hwaitx at guards and Wat- Min at center. The pivot post, incidentally, is the best-manned In Ihe conference with Watson, cicr- aid Wcalhcrly and Jack Price, all -senior letterinen. Kchwar/. and Roberts divided time at righi guard last season. This year Roberts has been shiftrd lo lefl guard. Other leltcrmen returning in the line are Bill Taylor, end; John Anderson and Bill Wymaii. lackles, ami I3cr- wood i,ce. guard. And the starting backfield will lie Rote at quarterback, Sonny Wyall and John Kelly at nan-backs and Bobby Lantrip at fullback. All arc Icllermen. other leltcrmen returning [or backfield duty are Vcr- non Glass, niiartcback; George Glauscr. fullback, and Hal Rilcv, halfback. The coaches also like Teddy Riggs, a sophomore speed- slcr. Wyalt is the best punier. Williams is one of Ihe best, place- kickers in college football. Mt. Ida Wrestler Paired With Welch In Match Tonight One of the nn lion's most popular wrestlers. Farmer Jones of Mt. Idn. Ark,, will come to Hlyiheville tonight 10 Lnke part in the American Legion's wrest)ing bmit.s at Memorial Auditorium. Jones, who has been given top billing in all .sections of the country nml who has c.stablished himself as one of the nation's best wrestlers, will icnm with Jack Welch again.sL Bill Canny and Waller Sirols in the tag match main event of the Legion's bouts tonight. Although he is a veteran of more than a ticca tie in wrestling riny.s. Jones rose to national prominence in the past two years. The bearded ex-O/arfc farmer has been one ot ihe biggest attractions in the Memphis ring for the two years. This will be his first appearance here in more than 10 years. In addition to the main event two one fall preliminary bouLs are also on the rard. In the first Sirois will meet Welch nnd in the second Jones will take on Canny, South Blytheville Ball Club Wins Over Hoyti 1 to 0 Fa.stballer Kenny Merrill narrowly missed a no-hitler yesterday afternoon as he pitched the South Bly- IheviMe Independents to a 1-0 decision over the James Store nine of Hayti. Mo. The game was played at Hayti. Merrill hud a iki-hiuei; until alter two were in Ihe of the ninth and secuiui baseman O. James spoiled th!iiB."> *uh a .single. Mer- iltt yol the next man, however, and settled lor a one-hit shutout.' The I win was South Blyiheville's seventh I The filytheville nine got only | three hits in tiie tight pitching duci. ' Minner, sl.irting hurler for the .Missouri (cam. scl the visitors down with three two singles to Wilson and C. Lines and a double to Jack Duclos. Dticlos' blow was the big one for it drove in the only run of the game. Next Sunday South Blytheville '."'ill pi,iv Armorel on the Armorcl di-'in ond. <i-iil!i nivllieillr .vn jj M Mack's Boys Deal Boston's Pennant Hopes Severe Jolt Ky Jack Kauri Associated 1'ress Sports Writer Doff you lid to Connie Mack. The old boy hit it right nn the nose when he said his Philadelphia A's ••ould riecied the American League race, "They'll have to beat the A's first." he said last wee'. He wasn't kidding. Yesterday he proved it, for the benefit of the Boston Red Sox who suffered two shocking setbacks al Shibc Park. The So.v. only a half game behind New York Saturday afternoon aflcr the Yanks lost'the first same ot a doubleheader to Wash inelon. •••>«• are three full <-anies back. Furthermore, they have onlv 15 to play. * Boston belted the A's 14 out of -'0 this season rntil they blew yesterday's pair. 6-4 and 4-0 It mav have cosi them the pennant However. Mr. Mack's gang also has three more dates with tl.e Yankees in the bsl week of the season Yankees Sft 'Record New York took care of Washinc- ton, 20-5 and 2-1. setting », eH ' major leaeue record i,, the opener bv drawing II bases on balls from the Senators' "pitchers" dllriii" a Li-rim rally in (he third inning Ihe second game was called because of darkness after 5';. inni,,™ with the cellarites missing a chance to tie by ^onie inept base running Detroit continued its surge, 'a, Virgil Trucks shut out Chicago 1-0 for llie Timers' mm straight win' I hey have won 18 o f their last 20 and hold liiird place, a half game ahead of the defending world champion Cleveland Indians Th r Indians lost at St. Louis. 5-4. Th Tigers are 5'i games behind th Yanks with only 14 to go The : could do it ' it would Vcnuir'u a miracle finish. .Musial Hants Two Hrmiers Stan Mnsial smashed three homers, rppm- his season t/ital to 39 in Ihe St. Louis Cardinals' double fcillMK; of Cincinnati, 7-s and 7-4 The victories added a half game to then National League lead Dixie League Playoff Starts Tuesday Night By HIP Assodald! I'rrss For the ninth time linoe 1901 the long ball hitting Volunteers of Nashville. Tenn., have won the Southern Association ba.sel.mll pennant, and tiKe other years It took a lot of winning. Just as in 1948. the Vols had to play great August and September ball to win. No Southern team ever has won tlnee straight pennants. The !349 pennant race actually ended early last week when Nashville clinched the pennant, Birmingham pressed hard for weeks but slumbleil a bit anii that was all the Vols wanted. The two had such a hie lead m-er third nlacc Mobile and fourth rank- Ing NViv Orleans that no one else mattered. fn ihe final games Nashville manaped only to split with tail end Chattanooga, 11-1, and 1-3. i Another of three splits in douDle- headeis was ill Birmingham. Atlan| ta whipped the Barons 4-1. but lost the second game T-0. Little Rock scored four runs In both earner against Memphis hut they weren't enough to win but one game-- the nightcap 4-3. The Chicks won tiie first game 8-4. Thre errors by Little Rock third hasernan John Radulovich in the i first same helped Memphis score ! four tmifR and tie the count. The | game finally ended in the llth iti- nine. Jack Sanford's single for Little Rock in tiie tifth inning of the night | game won for the Travs. . Peie Mondorff pitcher! Mobile to a 3-1 victory over New Orleans, The Shan<? playoff begins | ioiroiTow night. New Orleans plays i in Nashville and Mobile in Birming- j ham. ' Afrer two Barnes in those cities I the teams change localities. Sports Roundup Hugh Fullerton. Jr. -™™^^j NEW YORK. Sept. 12-./P)-" W , lime a cotlc of our own. When « ±L ^ alc /' . comcs '». »'e could uw , u easily knock her down of body block lier he but we never do tha . e k .a, ns now ^ take care or hH j n. we don't consider It good. ' of hp ««t he ' ajl ' ' ' Por the "enelii h 0 '' 31 " '"• ls «P'»ln«<i bjccllve <" this kind of g race i 5 l o steal ai« »"d to prevent the opposing $Z from doing likewise. The game hat riv-rs jb £ fl'om and somebody takes ffter .0^ " there and arsue; only when " i The Dodeers pumped across six runs in the seventh inninp. includ' ;i'ig a grand slam homer by carl . Furlllo. to whip Uie New York fnants. 10-5. Shortstop Pee Wee , Reese was injured during the bi e "m.n, when hit by a ball thro™ -nrlv a 'f' V ,"'"• X "' a> ' S "'^"'led enrly tears of an elbow fracture but it is not definite when he will be able to play • I Tennis Coach Arrested I HOLLYWOOD. Sept. 12. CAP) — A 41-year-old tennis coach is in jail ttxiav on suspicion of incest aft! er hi.= tennis champion rlaughler, I :aKe 16, lold officers he forced her j to have sexual relations with him. ; The accusations, made by pretty • Laura Lou Jahn, were denied by Leslie E. Jahn. He said his riausll- ter made them because he refused to permit her to have dates during ' tennis tours. you ihrow punches. Tliey chew lo Run Ruth Hoivich. California's feminine Moss trainer, was asked recently the reason for her success "Well." Ruih explained. "I'd never think of feeding my horse ativ- "linE I'd not eat myself." . . . j,,s t then an unbelieving bystander asked: "Miss Ruth, please lell us how you enjoyed your first alfalfa breakfast." ^londay .Matinee Don't be surprised if the American Football League puts a team into Ebbets Field next fall. Robert M. Smith, a Brooklyn altorney and former St. John's U. footballer, and Henry Lewis, the polo and racing man, are interested. Chuck Hyatt. teh old-time basketball star at Pittsburgh and points west, recently won the Delmarva amateur golf litle al Seaford, Del. . . I Knoxville. Tenn.. may bel a new baseball park, but the city council has decreed that the smokies wil lhave to produce a better team before they'll be allowed to use it. Farm accidents in this country] cost 536.000,000 last year. Chozen Inks Contract PINE BLUFF. Sept. 12. fAP) — Harry Chozen, who has led hLs Pin» Bluff Cardinals into the Cotton States League playoff finals, signed a 1950 contract as manager-calcher ye.slerday. A. Diirl^s 21) F:.-'-er If ;. n Lutes ii) • ' nnrlM 2b V.'i'son rf f" Lu t e.s c Mi-'-r-r-ll cf . Mmitt p Trfals .Inmos Stnre. Ft Jtnics r O .fames 2b rtme cf • R.->rcliff 31) Pnvrtt if .\tKZ~er Ib • F'K.rt If Miiiner p ... Totals ..40! .400 ..ion ..inn . 4 o n .. 2 n t . 2 o t .ill .. 3 ft f) .300 32 1 3 Alt It [I ..400 300 200 300 300 Saltigaver Signs LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 12. (API- Jack SnKr.gaver .signed to manage ihe I.itlle Rock Travelers of the Southern A.^ocialinn again next sensor., which iviU he his third at ihe helm. Red Cross military hospital social workers receive snpcial train- inj, at the Brooke Aimv Medical Center. Fort • Sam Houston. Tex. Medical officers and Red Cross su- pervlsors cooperate to give the in struelion. Livestock NATIONAL RTOCKVAnDR fli Kept. 12. ul'i—(OSDA1—Hnss 10SOO: mostly nf) cents higher than Fri- riiv's average: bulk cood and r'Tiire ii'il-isn Ibs 22.7S-23.00; top 2:100; ficlfl Int.s 260-300 *')S 21.00-22-iO: most. IRO-lnO Ibs 21.75-22.50: few 2:'75: HO-170 Ibs 19.25-21.25: :001.10 .Ihs in Unlit supply lfi/.'5-IR 75: cood sows 40C 1 Ibs down 1R riO-jriflrv heavier weights 15.00-18.25: slscs U50-M.(1I). Cattle noon: calves 2200: one inart ninslly hiph good medium uei^ht s'rns 2D.OO: several loads 2600-2850: choice mixed steers heifers 29 00: incdirm and largely 23.00-27.00: few good rows aionnd IS 50: common and medium rows 14.00-15.00: canners and cul- iers 11.00-14.00. Ruloh Kiner. only bricht spot in the Pittsburgh ,,[ ctur( , ,,„ hj ' s <5f [| anrt «th homers in the Piraies' '-•» decision over Chicago. Weekend Snorts in Brief B.v The Associated Press I'oln WESTBURY. N-. Y . - a T reboi of Argentina defeated Mexico 109 to cam the final round o; the U s' Open Polo Tournament. PHILADELPHIA"". Doris H an to Ainch M victo Ctty Hilt0 "' 6 ' 1 ' "-'' "'''t^ C Sta"e"°7wepr rt |,™ utg<l h n the seven-match Wishtman Cup series without loss of a set. NEW YORK -"My Request IS 11 -0) won Aqueduct's S22.DO Ed-cmero ..Handicap as stunt* finished sec- 1 i oiid and Assault third I DONCASTEii. England _ Rjdee- wood. a 100-7 outsider, won the (classic St. Lcger stakes/with Dust ; Devil second and William Wood! third 5 A ' mi ' ican - brcti Lone Eagle Dove Season to Open LITTLE ROCK. Sept. T. Arthur McAmis. executive secretary of the Arkansas Oame and Fish commission, said doves should be plentiful during the season which ends October 15. '..^iT^rrrc ?"! 18 ~ 4 ' ^ oo: Ki " d "- B "° i<> " ; " i »'- s "' s clucfe Mrs. Julius A. pa R e. j'r, of Chaptl Hill, N.C.. the 1937 champion: Mrs. Edwin H. Vnre. Jr.. of Merion, six limes a winner- Mrs Strikeouts—Trucks. Detroit. 112~- N'e\vlioiiscr. Detroit. K4. The srarlel Tbi.s one of llic mosl Hillbilly Jamboree & Dance Legion Arena Sat Sep 17 'I'L.,. %!*!_. t-l . r. Those Who Like (o Square Dante are Cordially Inviled! — Featuring — SLIM RHODES Hit Mountaineers Also Star Rhythm Boys Adm. Adults 75c — Children 25c Includes Both Show & Dance Amateur Show AH Types Anulem r.ntcrUlnri* Kl^ihle. Those drsirlnjf lo enter must register al the Legion Hul Saturday bet^rcn 'i p.m And 4 p.m. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA ^WRESTLING LOWKS'l ADMISSION I'HICE ANYWHKUK! Reserved Se;ils nn Sale al (he Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Kvery Monday Mondoy, September 12 .ADULTS 50c - CHILDKKN 15< New Slarling rime 8:15 »OX SKATS Lie KXTRA TAG MATCH FARMER JONES and JACK WELCH versus BILL CANNY and WALTER SIROIS Also Two 1-Fall 30-Minute Matches Jones YS. Canny Welch VS. Sirois "An aclor," according to Hannsh," is i guy who triei \Q be everyone but himself!' Is your refri^cralnr a hurt artor? 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