COURIER NEWS Four South Missco teams Will Play Tomorrow Night The 1949 schoolboy football season hits its first, full pac* in South Mississippi County tomorrow night as four of the six Class B teams of that area see action, all against. District Three opponents. In games tomorrow iiiglil Osceola Hijfli School's Scm- inoles will entertain the Eagles from nearby Dyess; Reiser, still feeling the sting of defeat from its opener last week stays at home to play I.epanto and the Shawnce Indians go to Harrisburg to open their jseason. The two games to be played In* • the county will be arc light contests with kicko/fs (or each set for 8 p.m. At Osceola, Coach Rube Boyce's •quad. Iresh from a 52-7 victory over Parlcin, got three new recruits which may help the manpower shortage the seminole chtet has deplored this vear. The new men Include Wade Hart, Pete Well* and Richard Ferguson. Both Hart and Wells saw .some . action with the Seminoles last ypar. Ferguson played guard on last year's Junior team but Coach Boycc has Indicated he will switch him to tackle. Srmlnoles l.ook Good The squad came out of the Par- win contest with no serious injuries, Coach Boyce reported, and he commented that his boys looked good on down!ie!d blocking although he wasn't pleased with the protection they if/orded the passer. Th« Seminole chief was pleased with the performances of substitutes Alexander »nd Bo Travis In the Parkin garni. Alexander looked particularly food blocking and Travis ran and tackled well. Oo«ch Boyce also found • subetitnt* for quarterback and puser Tommy Spire* in the Parkin Hit. Donald Watson, regular end, stepped in t« Spires' slot behind center and handled the ball and passed well. Jim Wright, letterman center, hu recovered from > hand Injury and Is expected to be in the Sem- fnol* lineup Friday night, men gives the 'Semlnoles a squad numbering 28. Return of Wright and the three Shi«nM la Harruburr Oo»ch w. O. Rook will get his first look at his Shawnee Indians under action tomorrow night and the loofc «hould be a 'good one. Har- rHburg had one of the toughest B teanu In thd district last year and, if things go right, they are due to b* tough agnln this year. Hook, on the other hand, lost flilit* a few of his last year starters and h'U team will lack sufficient depth this year. However his squad !» young and light and with the presence of six letlermen in the starting lineup, the Indians will be no push over. Coach Bill Bell'i Keiser Yellow Jackets got off 'to a bad start last week and fumbled away their opener with Dyess but Bell should have his squad baok In form for the Lepanto struggle tomorrow night. His team looked good last week in spite ot their defeat. Wilson and Lutora are not scheduled to open their seasons until next week. High School Football Count; at Blytheville Dytss »t Osctola Lepanto at Keiser Bhawne* at Harrisburg Siatt H Dorado at Fort Smith. Benton »t Hot Springs. Fordyce at Little Rock. Catholic High at North Litt Rock (tonight). Jonesboro at Pine Bluff. Payetteville at Siloam Springs. Huntsrille at Rogers. Stubiaco at Springdale. Van Buren at, Russellville night). Camden at Warren. Prescott at Hope. Magnolia at Gurdon. Smackover at Fair Park. La. Nashville at Tcxarkana. Searcy at Stuttgart. DeQueen at Heavener, OWa. (to- XOTICE OF SPECIAL KLECTION Notice is hereby given that a special election has been ordered by the County Court of Mississippi County. Arkansas, to be held in the said county on the llth day of October. ISW, between trie hours provided by law for genearl elections the following measure.":: (1) To provide for a $200.008 bond issue to construct a county hospital and to levy a tax (heretor; (21 To levy a one-mill tax for the maintenance of said hospital. Which measures are to be submitted to the people at said elec'ion for adoption or rejection. Eliabezth Blythe. County Court Clerk By Roy Ware. DC. 9 15-16 Sports Roundup b; fiugb Fullertoa. Jr. NEW YORK, Sept. 15. .(/T 1 )—lie- ports keep trickling in that a shakeup is due in the Chicago Cubs' (rout office before nex' season— and maybe that's natural for an eighth-place club dial already has changed managers once this season. . . . Latest story is that Charlie Grimm will be made director of the Cubs' farm system, \vhich hasn't produced much under Jack Sheehan, and that Red Smith Is out as "advance man" In the trading market. . . . Only evidence so far Is that Dene lowing, an experienced farm man, was suddenly moved into Chicago as Grimm's assistant. . . . IndienMon ot how. the various clubs regard the tight pennant race was that the Yankees sent'three men. including stadium superintendent Charlie McManus. to yesterday's World Scries meeting while the others had only one apiece. Detroit, also invited, declined with thanks. Yer Out Harry Geisel, former American League umpire who thought * had retired from the arbitration business several years ago, now finds he didn't. . . . Qov. Henry F. Schricker of Indiana recently named Geisel as a member of the state board of arbitration to settle dispute between a union and a bus company. . . . Geisel probably will be the picture of frustration if he finds somebody else calling strikes. Ptgsktn Pickins <klckoff) St. Mary> vs. Oregon (Friday) Here's a prediction that never fails; ATI O'Regan can't lick eleven Gaels. Texas A. and M. vs. VHIanova The Aggies will find that Pas- riuiarello Is Villanova's rugged fellow. Kentucky ern Kentucky's Wildcats, going bent, Say: "Pardon my southern accident." vs. Mississippi South- hell William and Mary vs. Houston William and Mary Isn't uscd- tofn) Losing to the likes of Houston. Shnrfa and Shells Trainer Jimmy .lones says Citation will be ready to run at Hialeah this winter and adds: "I might have got him ready to run this fall, but the good stakes are over a distance and there's no use rushing him Just to have him run.". . . . With the addition of Steve Hokuf and Lea Thompson to his coaching staff. Columbia Lou Little has divided his assistants Into offensive and defensive "platoons." Prof- Little has been a 60-rninnle man for over 20 years. . . . Bob Cousy and Frank Oftring. the Holy Cros- basketballcrs. plan to open a res- (aurant In Worcester, Mass., after their graduation. ...Ike Armstrong, beginning his 25th year of grid coaching at Utah, has outlasted 22 other coaches at Skyline Six schools. He also has won la conference championships, whicli may explain it. ... Michigan reports that all 97.000 scats for four of its home football games have been sold and the other two likrlj will be sellouts. Punch Un* Ex-heavyweight champion Jack Sharkey and dit'.o Joe Loulj were seated loRciher at the. garden fight.,, thc other night. . . . Sliarlcoi watched <n!enlly as Rncky Cartel- lani took a pounding from Ki, Gavilan. then turned lo Joe and askrd: "ain't that a helluva wa to make a living?" <; Gamrs AI l.rAlilJE. No games scheduled. AMICKITAN I.KAOUE Cleveland at New York SOVTIIKKN I.KACtUK (Playoff! No -aiiics scheduled. DANCE FRIDAY NIGHT - SEPT. 16 to the Music of TED FISHER and his Orchestra at th« TWIN GABLES CLUB 90S No. 6th St. For Reservations Phone 3984 THURSDAY, SErTEMBER 15, 194» RACKHKI.l) KXTK AS—Scheduled to ball lotcrs (left lo right! E. B. aeo Jr., v.-Iui will under.itudy Buddy Donner at blocking Mel Hay and Bobby O'Neal. Hay and Gee will handle most of the Tribe's punting —Courier N'f»s I'liolos yoennn's duty as Chink trackflcld reserves are thc.sc three uact, ami HaltDncks WorldSeries Opening Date Is October 5 NEW YORK. Sept. 15. OT--The World Series will open Oct. 5 in' the park of the American League representative and will be seen by the largest number of people In history! These were a couple of the more important details worked out at a meeting here yesterday of Commissioner A. B. Chandler nnd the high brass of those teams still clutching pennant hopes. The date (ixing wns just a routine job. The commissioner announced the series would be televised by all the networks — American Broadcasting Company, Columbia Broadcasting System, Dumont nnd National Broadcasting Company. Ex-Baseball Star Is Named in Case By frate Spouse DULUTH, Mill., Sept. 15—(/!•)— The blonde heire.ss to a Minnesota iron ore fortune yesterday was the defendant In a divorce action naming Red Ruffing, former New York Yankees pitcher. • Siie is Mrs. Robert Park. 32, the former 1 June Alworth, whose grandfather, Marshall H. Alworth of Duluth, left nil estate of more than $6.000,000 at his death in 1942. Park, former New York orchestra leader, asks substantial alimony custody of William, 16-nionth-ol'd adopted son and all Joint person.il property, Including the home over' oking Lake Superior. lit- his complaint, park charges his wife with improper conduct nnd excessive dringing. His wife met Ruffing last year while thc ball players wns scouting for the Chicago White Sox, Park alleged. The musician said he found Ruffing and Mrs. Park together in the Park home after their return from a party on an Alworth vncht The action, filed Aug. 12 and disclosed last night. Charges Mrs. Park is unfit to retain custody of the child. Ill Chicago. Ruffing, now manager of the White Sox' Central Lra- sue farm club at Muskegon, Mich., declined to comment on the suit. Groziemo Defeats Charlie Fusari In Comeback Bout TJy Murray Hose NEW YORK. Sept. 15, Wj—The Rock Is back on the victory mad. Not the Rocky Graziano of old but still the most exciting Tighter to watch in the ring today. For nine rounds against Charlie Fusari in the Polo Grounds last n'gf t. it looked like Ihe Rock was through. He was trailing on every scoi'cbonrd and It. sceniccl only a tenth round knockout could save him. Then !t happened—fclip oxnlnsivo hurst that the crowd of 31.092 had been waiting for all night. A left hook suddenly connected, and Ku.sar reeled from mid-ring to the ropes. A right, then another, and then n rain ot blows that tirapcd Fusari over the ropes and then to the floor for a count of nine. Like a tiger smelling blood. Rocky tore after Pusnri. He pinned him in a corner, held Ins head in pin re with his left, and sledgchammercd him with Is right. The crowd was on its (eel, roaring for the kill. But Referee Ruby Goldstein had sce'n enough. H<? pulled the snarling Gra/,iano from his victim HUT! declared] the Rock the victor nt 2:04 of the last round. Numher Nine N'tners Play Luxora Sunday; Defeat Braggadocio 18-1 The Number Nine Minors will cro to Luxora Sund.iv afternoon fnr their third nirp!ing this ycnr <\ Ith the I.uxorn Tigers. Last Sunday the Miners trounrr? the Braggadocio. -Mo., nine 18-1 nn the Number N : ne dinmnnrl. Grover Hdc hurled a nno-hiUer for sev- innings before elvtn<? way [o Mcrkle Wiltiams in (he eighth." I" the seven Ir.^Mgs Whit Me -'-ck nn( 12 and in thr fmiO two ilJifirns wlrfM four. The Niners pot a tola] of 20 hits. In 1948. more than 85 pounds of steel wire were produced In the United Stales for each person in the country. Cards, Dodgers Keep Hot Pace Kinder Wins No. 20 As Red Sox Defeat Detroit Tigers 1-0 By Joe RpEcliIrr Associated I'ress Sports Writer The Brooklyn Dodgers must be wondering today just what must they do to catch the high flying St. Louis Cardinals? Since the first of the- month, the Brooks have piled up 11 victories in 13 tries, a true championship gait. And Just how much .yardage did they pick up on the Redbirds during the torrid stretch drive? Not, a foot. Wliile the Dodgers were polishing off Boston. New York and Cincinnati, die Cards duplicated the Dodgers' feat by winning 11 of their last 13 skirmishes. So as the two perennial rivals swing into the final two weeks of blistering National League campaign, the Cards stlil cling to the game and a half edge they held last Sept. 1. The Dodgers drew first blood yes- tertlny. knockint? off their favorite playmates, the Cincinnati Reds, 4-2, m an alurnoon tussle. The CJinnts proved easy prey for the Rcdbirds, bowing under a 9-3 lac-ins as Harry [The Cat) Brecheen continued his niglitl yprowl with a 10-hit effort. Brecheen, a very effective arclisht liurler. notched his seventh triumph in 10 lamplight decisions. Yanks Take I'alr In the American League, the Yankees advanced a couple of more strides toward their IG'h championship by sweeping both ends of a! double bill from the hapless St. j Lo\iis Browns. 2-0 and 13-7. The | .sweep enabled the Bronx Bombers >. to Ian-ease their first place lead over | Bc.st~n to three full games, despite the Red Sox' 1-0 victory over Detroit. . ' Cleveland vii tuaUy eliminated it- NATIONAl LEAGUE . W L St. Louis ....,.., N 50 Brooklyn gg 52 Philadelphia 75 66 Boston 68 72 New York 67 72 Pittsburgh 60 78 Cincinnati 56 83 Chicago 55 85- AMKKK AN LEAGUE W L New York 87 50 Boston 86 55 Cleveland 80 58 Detroit 82 60 Phlladt hla 73 66 Chicago . 57 82 St. Washington .. 49 ...44 Pet .640 .629 Ml .486 .482 .435 Pet .635 .610 .580 .577 .525 .410 .348 .317 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 4, Cincinnati 2 Philadelphia 12. Pittsburgh 4 Chicago 8, Boston 7 St. Louis 9, New York 3 Nashville Vols Take Second Playoff Victory By ' he Associated Prew The heavily favored Nashville Vols just managed to squeak by New Orleans, 4-3, last night in their second game of the Southern Asso- elation playoffs. And, In the other evenrT,'!,'! SC ' ies ' the Mobile BMW rihmi " ss at °" e - a11 * lth "w Bnmlngham Barons, 11-a? si,* New York 2-ia, St. Louis 0-7 Boston 1, Detroit o Philadelphia 2, Cleveland 1 (night) Chicago 8, Washington 1 (night) SOUTHERN I.EAdUK (I'l.iyoffl Nashville 4. New Orleans 3 Mobile 11, Birmingham 7 Osceola Juniors Begin Practice; 26 Get Equipment Softball World Series Opens in L Rock Tonight OSCEOLA. Sept. 15—Twenty-six sy.s drew equipment and have started practice as coach Rube started rebuilding his Osceola Jun- •r High grid team this week. Only one telterman. Barnes, was •If bv drooping a'2-I decision lo I °" lla "d fo1 ' initial pracaice rookie ! wce k but several of the newcomers are looking good. The Osceola juniors will tackle Shawnee in Osceola in a night contest Sept. 22 in their rirst game. Philadelphia Athletics Bobby Shantz, heat Bobby Feller. The Indians now are seven and n half games off the pace. [n other games, the Chicago While Sox dumped thc Washington Senators, 8-1: Philadelphia's Phillies whipped thc Pittsburgh Pirates, 12-4. and the Chicago Cubs outslug- cgd the Boston Braves, 8-7. A crowd of 10.712 damp fans sat through a steady rain which held up the Crrd-Giant 'game for one hour and 45 minutes. .But they were . .B - Aluminum Plant Strike Settlement Move Fails LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 15. The Reynolds Metals Company apparently has turned down another f round offer by the CIO United Steel j Workers of America to settle n six- [ week-old strike. ! Charles E. Smith, sub-director for ' the unio.n, said his proposal for a new work contract had been vetoed by company officials. The proposal, Smith said, was made yesterday as ocmpuny and un- [ ion officials made another attempt' to end the strike "of Arkansas' 1,600' aluminum workers underway since August 1. . i Smith said the offer did" not con-| tain demands lor wage Increases 1 but contained provisions -"written ; in language which had been prc- ! viously agreed to at one time or I another" during earlier negotiations between- Reynolds and the union, i He did not elaborate. Company officials could not be reached immediately for comment. LITI'LE ROCK. Ark.. Sept. 15. l ?> The Amateur Softball Association's world scries opens here tonight. About 400 softballers. members of top rankine teams from the United State5. Canada and Mexico, will b.-: 017 )K.nd n-hcii the opening round get. 1 ? underlay at 8 p.m. The tournament, a double elimination affair, will continue through Sept. .21. Tonighfs-.pairings: The Stork Club of Little Rock vs Briggs Beauty Wears, qetroit. Mich.. J '"" champions, 7 p.m. couple of singles to account, for six the last of four hit's "yielded" by lcs~ runs. He drove in four and scored --• "-• -• • two. Monte . Kennedy.,absorberi the 13th win for Brecheen, Williams Ilnmcr* Lefty Ed Lopat and Vic Raschi turned in the Yankee victories. Raschi had the benefit of a 15- hit attack against six Brownie (lingers in the nightcap. Ted Rcd tllclr hard-earned victouj-. rewarded at the end. The Rcdbirds collected a dozen hits off three Giant hurlers with Stan Mu.sial j Km(ic> . " Rt ^ca six hit* in notching once again taking the most active his 20th trillmphx ^ [j^™^ ' them in succession. Williams ac- The Cardinal slugger slammed a'counted for the only run with a bases-loaded triple, and added a j homer in the sixth, his 3Rch. It was Grumm Yankees of New York Tip Tcp Tailors of Toronto. 8 p.m. -• Phillips U.. vs Mexico City 9 p.m. er Hal Newhoviser, Ralph Kiner blasted his 49th Papoose Seeking to Fill Two Open Dates Coach Earl stabler of the Blydie wile Junior High Papooses said his morning that he was seekfn» two more games /or his iiminr «iuad before closing his 1949 sche- The Paps now have six games lined up for the season and stabler wants o play an eight-game scut dule The Paps' first game is Sept. 29 at Jonesboro. Coach stabler said that he would like o book a same before the Jonesboro date with some team ",, Ihis locality. He said that he U, not sure of the other dale right now bll t that he couW work „ other m somewhere in his schedule , I he only oilier open cl,,te listeri this on the Paps' schedule is Nov 3 but Stabler stated that he was not sure of the game scheduled with Snowden Junior of Memphis Oct 6 bnmvden officials have not s.W definite whether or not they would play the Paps. Stabler said. McCarthy on Way Out Sr As Red Sox Skipper B03TON, Sept. 15. (AP)L-A report Joe McCarthy is through as manager of the Red Sox was revived today by a Boston sporl.1 columnist. Austen Lake of the Boston American said McCarthy is goin? to b« dropped in October—"win. lose or tie." Red Sox officials could not be reached immediately for comment. Lake said he based his mforrni- iion on ."an unimpeachable authority." ^.. , n , ------ - t ' ,--„. ...„,,*,._. ixdMKTi.jr.tiii.-Mnut-u me itH.'jjn filler wasted his 49th Oilers of Okmulgce, Ok-| brunt of the attack to be charged ! home rim for Pittsburgh but comd Irn flit.i- 0 r\ ,11 ,.-j*u u:- n*,_ __ii ,_ *i i... . ""'o 11 . uui. i.trimi 1 with his At a social function, the. U.S. President enters the room ahead ol his wife. , f ^ ^ BARGAIN DEAL ON -TRUCKS HOW'S THE TIME TO ACT! . . . OWN THt BEST AT AH ATTRACTIVE MOHEY-SAYiNG j PRICE! • Blytheville Motor Co. 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