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PAGR srr BLrniEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Little Rock Tigers Next on Slate for Blytheville's Chicks ' The Blytlieville Chicks will enjoy in open date tins week to rest up for tbeir Sept. 30 i»m« with Little Rock but there'll be plenty ol loot- belt eUewhere In the county. They will meet on Haley field. South Mississippi County's six Class B .schools are scheduled for •ctjon tiita w«k «nd three o( the four games involving these teams will b« played in the county. + At QftceoU, O«eola High School's twice victorious 8*minoles will go »ltw their third straight, win on their home field Friday night when they entertain Coach Bill Bell's twice defeated Keller Yellow Jaclt- *t* and the Seminoles will be heavy favorite* to cop their third straight District Three contest. ScmtaolM 1'sc Air Route Last week Coarh Rube Boyce's Braves had a field day whitewashing the Dyess Eagles 45-0 with the right arm of sophomore Tommy Spiers furnishing most of the punch. Spiers' accurate passing accounted for three of Osceola's seven touchdowns In this game and mother was good for an exlra point. He completed 12 of 17 against Dyess to bring his record of completions to 23 out of 33 In Iwo games. Seven went for touchdowns. The Wilson Bulldogs and the Luxora .Panthers who have been idle the past two weekends, will open their 14 schedules when they meet each other in a night affair at Wilson Friday night. Both Ihe Bulldogs and the. Panthers will have relatively light teams this year but the Bulldogs are expected to be one of the county's tougher teams. Wtal Memphli it Shawnre Shawnee High's Indians, victorious in their season opener at Harrisburg last Friday night, will open their home season this week against the - always tough West Memphis Blue Devils, the defending District Three champs. Co«ch W. C. Rook's tribe had a little trouble but- managed to eke out a «-B win over a stubborn Harrisburg eleven lust week and are expecting an equally rough tilt this •KMlC. The Dyess Eagles will hit the road'Friday after their kumiliating .45-0 less to Osceola, and will Invade Trumann for a game with the Wildcats. Couch Tom Parks aggregation has '» record of one win and one IOKK in two games. Thursday night the Osceola Junior High eleven will open its season with, the Shawnee juniors in an arc light tilt at Hale Field in .Osceola. This will ulso be Shawnee's lirst fame of the season. Sports Roundup by Fallerton, HOW TH£Y STAND AMERICAN LEAGUE W Hew. York 90 Boston 89 Cleveland 82 Detroit 84 Philadelphia 76 Chicago 59 8t. Louis 49 Washington 45 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L St. Louis 91 51 Brooklyn 89 54 Philadelphia 76 Boston 69 New York 68 Pittsburgh 63 Cincinnati 58 Chicago 57 Pet .638 .618 .577 .575 .528 .413 .338 ,3ia Pet .641 .622 .528 .483 .476 .444 .403 .398 " YpsfTrlav « Rpsults SOUTHERN LEAGUE .IFinil Playoff) Mobile 4. Birmingham 2. Nashville 5, New Orleans 0. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 1. Cleveland 3. Briston il. Chicago 5. Philadelphia 7-7. St. Louis 5-4. Detroit 3-5. Washington 2-2. NAT1ONA1 LEAGUE St. Louis 15. Philadelphia 3. Brooklyn 7. Chicago 1. New York 13-2. Pittsburgh 4-7. Cincinnati 7-1. Boston 6-1. (Second game called in ninth, darkness) NEW YORK, Sept. 19. (/!>,—Red Rolfe, who had charge of the Detroit farm system before he was promoted to HIP manager's post. Is in the unfortunate position of not being able to blame anyone else for his troubles. . . Detroit, the holiest team in the American League for a while, begun to slip when George Kell was hurt and Red is rinding that he not only hasn't adequate replacements now. but the prospects for help from (he farms next yccr are poor. . . "Not a first baseman in sight and we also need hard-hitting outfielders and a catcher," is Rolfe's complaint. Dick Met-/., who'll abandon the golf trail next summer to run a gnlf and riding school on his 2.000 acre .ranch neai Arkansas City. Kansas, figures to make more dough that way than he would in tournaments. Metz says he has had more than 50 inquiries about the three-month course, but he'll only accept 20 klris who'll pay $1.000 apiece for the course. ... if Dick needs an Assistant in this ranching-golfing proposition, the obvious guy seems to be Johnny Bulla. Monday Matinee Rocky Graziauo has an unusual explanation for his difficulty In getting off against Charley Piisarl. In training cam]), the Rock explains, he fought four-minute rounds and those tliree-miinite sessions seemed to end too quickly. Johnny Rye, allstate selection in three sports at Russellville, Ark., High and one of the most sought- after athletes in the slate, has turned up on the Vanderbitl freshman football squad. . . Reason is that Johnny's father is a Vanrier- bilt grad. . . Maybe next season you can have a Vainly sandwich—Rye between big hams Barons Knocked Out of S A Playoff Mobile Eliminates Birmingham WiHi a 4-2 Win Yesterday By the Associated Press Birmingham's 1949 baseball season ended before the Barons and their boosters planned yesterday. Mobile is Hie reason. Mobile whipped Birmingham 4-2 In their final game ol the first, round of the Southern Association Shaughnessy playoffs to take Ihe series four navies to one. In the oilier first round playoff series the pennant winning Nashville Vols whitewashed the New Orleans Pelicans. 5-0. to take the series lead. The Vols need one more to .take the best-four-oul-of-fjeven series. The sixth of the Nashville New Orleans Scries will be played In Nashville tonight. Errors and the wildness of pitcher Willard Nixon bumped the Barons out of the Shaiighne.ssy. The Bears got the winning runs In the eighth iunine. One of Birmingham's costly three errors let, In one of those runs. Mobile scored another run In the first inning on another error. Birmingham's big asset was George Strickland's two home runs. New Orleans got only six hits off Nashville's Pete MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1*4* <; ""'' AS ' K ™ S '' r ' Me !ads ai ' e dcs[| » l '< 1 to carry the brunt of the load at 'the ChicksMermi- All SVYC Teams to See Action This Week; Hogs Play Texas 7 7 By Carl Bell Associated Press Sports Kditor With all seven member teams winging into action, the- Southwest Conference stands an excellent .. . Mallory while i chance of fattening its Inter-scc- Ihe hard lulling Vols got. rid of filcher Lloyd DieU in the fifth inning. Floyd Fogg hit a Vol homer in the ninth. Lenny Yochin probably will pitch tonight for New Orleans and Ben Wade is the main possibility for Nnshvilie. J Mo'or Leaque Leaders Press By The .Asso National l.rajur Batting _ Robinson. Brooklyn •344; Slaughter. St. Louis. .341 Runs _ Reese, Brooklyn 123' Mnslal. St. Louis. 119 Runs balled in _ Robinson Brooklyn. 120: Kiner. Pittsburgh] Hits _ Hobinson. Brooklyn 192<•*!»!. St. Louis. 187 licma! football record considerably tills week. The loop's standing with outsitle foes Is two victories and one defeat Doubles '"' Knnis. PliilartHohla, Trinles _ Pobinson. fvnri Slauehlfr. fit. ""iok I vn 36. Brooklyn Tonis. 1? Cleanini the Cuff Don't go picking Indiana to upset Notre Dame next Saturday just because Frank Leahy figures the 47-7 victory his first stringers scored over the seconds showed weakness in reserve strength. . . The wooden K 11 « ,"j l he U ' of Mi <*!g»n baseball field built In J907, will be replaced with steel before next sprin* Must be the game Is here to stay. Bearded Matman To Visit Barber If He Loses Match Farmer Jones, the wrestling Oz- Home Runs _ Kiner, Pittsburgh «• \nisl»l. St. Loni,. 33 * • Stolen bases - Rnblnsnn. Brook- Ivn. 39: Reese, R rnoklvn 26 Pitchine - Wilks. St. Louis. 11.3, "s ! r," 1 "™ * lld Roe Brooklyn! Strikeouls _ Rn'hn. Boston. 134; New-comb* 1 , rtrooklvn. 127. Amrriran I.catur • — WHi'ams. Boston. .351: Kell. Detroit. .341 Rtms — Williams. Boston, Jn<\st. Philadelphia, 122 Rims bntlfd in — Williams Bos- lo'i 153: S<.»nhcns. Boston. 150 Hits _ Williams. Boston. IBS' M'tahell. Cleveland. 183 Doubles — Williams. Boston M- K~u. rietrolt. 36 Triples _ Mitchell. Cleveland. 23: D'lHneer. St. Loilis. 13 -Home runs — Willlnim. Boston. 30-.' Steohens. Boston. after the first round of play. Texas Christian University's 28-0 slaughter of Kansas highlighted the season-opening Saturday. The University of Texas came through with a 43-0 rout of Texas Tech. The loss was an expected one, Texas A. and M. falling 36-0 before Villanova. All of the Southwest teams are favored to win next Saturday. SMI/ Plays Wake Forest Defending champion Southern Methodist will meet Wake Forest at Dallas; Arkansas will open against North Texas State at Little Rock: Rice takes on clemson at Houston: A. and M. and Texas Tech collide at San Antonio: Baylor will be host to South Carolina at Waco: TCU will seek a second major triumph against Oklahoma A. and if. at Fort Worth and Texas goes to Philarielohla for an encounter with Temple. All but the Texas-Temple tilt will be night attractions, TCU's Frogs turned loose an efficient comblnntton of running and passing to subdue the Jayhawks. Llildy Berry was the ringleader. scoring two touchdowns himself Score Guessing Brings Three-Way Tie for 1st Place Stoning Incident At Malvern to be Checked by AAA LITTLK HOCK. Sept. 19. Repruls that a visiting high school football team was stoned and spat upon by irate fans at Malvern were to bf investigated by the Arkansas I Athletic As^oeiuiion today. AAA Executive Secretary Johnie , p , , Burnett .said suspension of Malvern 111- Courier News' first football high Irom the organization was a contest -Pick the Winner" resulted possibility. three-way tie for first, with' Conway defeated Malvern on the in three of 130 entrants all of the 24 winners correctly. Picking all the winners were Josh Fruit. 1001 West Main Street Bobby McFarlanrl of 517 North 10th Street, a member of the Blythcville Papoose (cam and Bryce Layson of 1309 Henrn street. These three will be graded separately with the winner I,- receive last week's.$5 award However, they i will also be eligible the same Ten entrants tied for second place laurels missing only one game They were Mrs. Thomas Ivy, 1505 Chick.isawba: John Brand, 1700 Hollv Street. Billy Mlcfc , 50a U|1 st » Mrs. H.lclred G. Bunch, R o ,, t e 3 Box 580: Shirley Mullen. Route 2 Box 116: Ralph "f ™, stfrec ': W 8 1 West Mam J. of Lu xora. Twenty Nichols. 1209 Ws. Jesse Taylor. Street: Mrs. Earl ™. ?. I! »*.<= Street: and A. latter's home field, >20 to 0, last Friday nisht. Comvay Couch Leo YarbroiiHh reported thiu nlti'1- itu- gttme several liuiidreci spectatnrs congregated outside the dre.syiti" room and threw rocks at his' players. He said his players were spat ui>on as they went irorn the dressing room to their bus and that more rocks were heaved f.t the bus. 143: this week's contest "Ppear in today's edition of the Courier News. orial Auditorium.' The bout, „ grudge affair, will bf one of the best, two of three I falls event on tonight's cnrd. In Ihe other Tex Riley will take on big Jack Moody. The Jones-Canny match was arranged last week after Canny hurled a challauge at [he bearded grnp- pler for a return bout. The enraged Canny agreed to the terms of the match that should he lose, his hair would be clipped and should Jones lose, he must forfeit his beard. Larger Reserved Seat Section Set A side for 1949 Football Games C. O. Redman, president of the Chickasnw Athletic Club, said tins morning that a portion or another section of seats at. Haley Field has been marked off for inclusion in the reserved seat section and that tickets tor these seats for Promoter MiSc Mcroney said that I " lr rem . aintt er of the year went on 'land to do immediately IN THE frvAXCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKSAWBA 1H8TRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Thomas Jolley. Pitt. vs. No. 11,036 Irma Jolley. Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, Irma Jolley. Is warned to appear in the Chancery Court for Ihe Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty clays and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Thomas Jollev WITNESS tny hand as Clerk of said Court and the seal thereof on th+s the 17th day ol September. IMS. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Anita Sykes, U.C. G. W. Barham. attorney. I hereby appoint Kd B Cook attorney ad litem in this cause. By Anita Sykes. D.C. Harvey Morris, Clerk I accept tills appointment, Ed B. Cook 9 19-26-103-10 barber w jl| i,e Ihe work on either following the bout. Tnniithfs appearance will be the first here for Mr •>• ir , several, mouths. A favorite of Blytlieville • -season-loiif! basis riue lo the Inns. Big j acl ^ „ 230-pound ex- I '"' eiU nll " lu<lr ol rcniiest for sea- Tennessre griclder, Li a hendloi-V : s "" ro - scrve '' s(1Ills - Sertton B was specialist. j reserved for Purasould fans in last There will be no bouts on tonight's preliminary program. sale this morning. ' by a combination of fourth, fifth Mr. Redman said that the first | " n<l sixth stringers. 10 ro-vs of Section B. between the so and 40 yard lines on South ! end of the .stadium, will be snlri ! an individual game basis. Mr. Redman said that the price of the annual tickets will be the sfiine as those sold in the regular reserved seat section but. buyers will f-Viclny's games. These seats will re-! be given credit for last week's main on snle along with the rest ! games and will be charged only persons tied for third aiid'comp^eied^ilw'o'riirtorwar^ fourth place tie with Texas was doped to beat Tech.' " """" but few thought the Job would be as ensy ns It was. The Longhorns scored in every period. The Aggies were overpowered at every turn but made Villanova's iob easier by losing the ball eight times on fumbles. The Ra?.oTbacks of Arkansas tuned up for their ope-er with a 24 - hour intrasquad scrimmage same Saturday. The regulars swamped the reserves, n touchdowns to one. Camnhdl Shlnrs In Practice Tf it did nothing else, the session pave promise that Leon (Muscles) Cnmnbell, the Porkers' ace fullback, will be his old self this year despite a rtcurrliiK hernia. PlaviHK with a special truss as protection, Campbell ran at full sneed. He scored two touchdowns, one'on a 60-yard run. Other bright points in the scrinl- mpge were the passing of sophomore quarterbacks Don Logue, Charlie Temple and Jim Rineharb; the punting of veteran Louie Schaufele: the place-kicking of soph fallback Joe Bol-' idpc and the broken field running of little Sammy Furo. transfer from Mng- nolia A. and" M. Discouraging to Coach John Barnhill and his staff was the. fact that. It was the. startine eleven which yielded the lone lallv srnrod He said four players were stlllck, one ol them having to have stitches taken in his lip. Malvern Athletic Director Jin Dildy .said tlie fans were worked up over officiating at the game and "unfortunately took it out on the Conway players." He .said ii was his understanding that ali the rock-throwing occurred after the Conway bus had left the school grounds, adding: "I have apologized to Conway h-hool officials and coaches for the all ! embarrassing aclion of our fans." of I Dildy said Hie "work of one of- I licia! was ban"' and that he escorted that official from the field to prevent him from suffering any I otlily harm. with (wo were in a three wrong gucssesr wi*" r^A'T^ ™ l! £ d Speck Win * " EA Tourney pioximalely 00 per cent of the cnii- testanLs picked the Texas A?<.| c to win this one. Villanova wWhow ever. 30-0. ' ' Games for Yankees Topple Cleveland 7 to 3 Red Sox Keep Pact By Trimming Chisox; Cards, Dodger* Win By Ralph Kodea Associated Prew SperU Writer The outstanding feature of the New York Yankee pennant drive, aside from Joe Page's sterling relief exploits. Is the uncanny way that Manager Casey Stengel't substitutes have come through for the Injured front-liners. Although pleagued wltli »ver «0 injuries, the Yanks have paced the American League since opening day. »Many times the outlook was bleak but the Yanks huffed »nd puffed their way to calmer seas. The Yankee man of the hour Is Hank Bauer, speedy strong-armed outfielder. Jo DiMaggio, who missed the first 65 games of the season, reported at game time yesterday with a high fever. The Clipper, only regular hitting over 300. was scratched from the lineup and Bauer installed. Bauer powered the Yanks to a 7-3 victory over the Cleveland Indians. The triumph preserved the Yanks' two and one-half game lead over the Boston *»ed Sox. who mauled the Chicago White Sox, Bauer Bats In 3 Rum Bauer, in sick bay the past two weeks with a torn muscle, drove home three runs. He doubled Charley .Keller home in the third to snap a 3-3 tie and then clinched the g anlc w jth a two-run triple in the seventh. The Red Sox met no resistance from Chicago. The Boston wrecking crew, led by Ted Today's Garnet MtlTRElN LEAGUE Night (am*. New Orleans at N«hvill«. NATIONAL UAUCK Brooklyn at Chicago , ur«. >«. Philadelphia at St. Lo"'«. night Only tamea scheduled. Cleveland at New York. St. Loui. at Philadelphia, night. Only famu scheduled. *' i.Hr; ' July 4— John Adams, Orson and Jame. OB j.f. • "mmed nine run. .crow ing., " the ""* two ***Solid hitting also parked the National League's front-running st Louis Cardinals to a 1S-3 victoria over the Philadelphia Phillies. HonS runs by Ron Northey, Stan Mtulal and Enos Slaughter featured an 18-hit onslaught. The massacre of the Phils protected the Cards' two and one half game edge over the Brooklyn Dodgers. The Dodgers tamer 1 the Chicago Cuba, 7-1. The Pittsburgh Pirates and the New York Giants divided a doubleheader, the Giants taking the opener, 13-4, and the Pirates the nightcap., 7-2. The Cincinnati Heds pdged the Boston Braves. 7-6 in the first game of a bargain bill. The second wai called after nine innings because of darkness with the score deadlocked at 1-1. Philadelphia and Detroit swept both games in the only American League twin bill. The A's dumped the St. Louis •Jrowns, 7-5 and 7-4, and the Tigers brushed by Washington, 3-2 and 5-2. ASPHALT BOTTO.., COTTON PICK SACK THE LMKEST VEAMK COTTM PKH SAO OK THE MARKET. OtfTLASTS TWO Of) 1 THREE DUCK BAGS - BY ACTUAL TEST# TM£ ASPHALT BOTTOM KAK UK BEMIS BRO. BAG CO. wiMwn i. mm. For Sale By ALL LEADING JOMfRS of the seats that section. nine games. ANDERSON COAL CO. BOOS, 1st St. Phones 4907 3561 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING JONESBORO. Ark.. Sept. 18. (yp ( —Cy Speck, Jr., copped the North- 'cast Arkansas Invitational golf tournament with a 2 and 1 victory over Grady Holloway in an all- Little Reck final ' match at the Jonesboro Country Club yesterday. UWKS'l ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seals on Sale al the Legion Arena from 6 p.m Every Monday Monday, September 19 ADULTS Mir — CHILDREN lie New Starling I'ime 8:15 B X SEA'IS ISc EXTRA <Tmi l»rt«*e<> SPECIAL MATCH For Reserved Seats Call 3389 FARMER JONES vs. BILL CANNY No Tim* Limit — »es( 2 Out of :! Kails — Winner Take All If Canny Liises, he will have his hair ail off in the rinff. If Farmer Jones loses, he will have his whiskers cut off in the ting. A barber will be al ringside ready for action. TEX RILEY versus JACK MOODY OXK HOl'R TIMK LIMIT— BEST 2 CM'T OF 3 FAU.5 Joe Atkisson, Lost Boy Barber Shop, will do the barber work in'rhe wrestling ring tonight. Blytheville Motor Co. "South'* Finest Service" Broadway & Chiekasawba Phone 4422 FOR QUALITY-BUILT TRUCKS that fit your job LOW operating cost LOW maintenance cost LONGER truck life NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS -October 1st- * is fhe last day for payment of 1»48 Countr Tax on Real Estate without penally and, also, final dale for payment of ]949 Poll Tax. Personal and Drainage Taxes are ahm due and payable. Under Section I of Ad 480 of the 1949 Lefrislatur., "payment of fhe Poll Tax must be made to the County Collector, or his authorized deputy, by the person named in the receipt, or by the husband, wife, son, daughter, sister, brother, father, or other of such person. Payment of the Poll Tax may be made by remitting the payment to the County Collector by United Stales Mail." If payment of the Poll Tax i* mane by mail, Muder should give the name of the person to whom th« receipt is to b* issued, relationship to the sender (if remittance i s made for a person other than the sender), color or race, residence, post office address (if different from residence), name or number of school district, ward number (if resident of city) or name of township (if rural resident). Payment for Poll Tax must be RECEIVED in th« Collector's office by OCTOBER 1st. WILLIAM BERRYMAN Sheriff & Ex-Officio Collector ' Mississippi County, Arkansas

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