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PACE TEN BI/VTHEVTUJ! (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NATIONAL LKAIillB W L St. Louis ............. 92 52 Brooklyn . . ........... 91 64 Philadelphia ......... 77 63 Boston ............... 71 T* New York ............ fiu Pittsburgh ........... «3 Cincinnati ........... 58 Chicago ............ 57 75 81 85 Hil New York Boston Detroit Cleveland Philadelphia Chicago . .. St. Ixmis ... Washington AMERICAN LE.4GUE W L 92 51 00 84 82 78 59 50 45 Pet .639 .628 .527 .•190 .479 .438 .400 .303 Pet .643 .621 .571 .509 ,5:<4 .410 .340 .313 f Chicks' Coaches 1 Concentrate on •** fDefensive Plays £ Coach Russell Mosley had his Blylheville Chicks back *»t hard work yesterday afternoon working on several rough * apota that were brought out in the Tribe's jjanie with Para- 2 fould lut Friday night. * 9 Th* .Chicks spent considerable $ ttmc yWerd»y working on line de^1 fomlvt play tnd b«ckfield timing ™ whleh w«r« two of the more notlce- * >Mc rough «po4s In the Paratjould i. contort. ' ''•< Coach Mosley and his aid*^ Coach John staples s^nt tlielr -it ehargM. through > long semi-speed *i acrimmage during which they work"* »d on the timing of playi and ^ guard and tackle defense. Wnk Sp»t« (lei AHsntton ' Coach Mosley Indicated dissalis- t, faction r'th the Chicks' perform» anc« Friday night and listed sev- '• eral weaknesses that must be over- 1 1 come before the Little Rock conflict _-, her* Sept. 30. *- "Their timing w«j way off," he w *»td. "and there were entirely too "2. many mistakes made." He elabor- »' ated on one mistake, which he said \. evidently .w?.s an oversight, when £ the OI" '•« ran the ball twice < on »• fourth down In the early minutes ~" : ' of the game. i The Chicks took things relatively --* easy Monday spending most of the ^ aession in running and working on ^ punting. They worked lhat session -, without pads. r YMlferdty's hard session was the _* beginning of a two-week period In ~ which the Chicks must get ready -• for the l.lltle Rock invasion. Coach £ Mwley has lined lip equally hard '.I aession for the rest of I his week r- and the greater part of next. ^ Papa T« nay Jonenl»r« ..*: The Chicks came, out of the Par•- agould scrap with only a few minor 1 Injurien. Mel Hay. reserve back. £ missed yesterday's practice due lo -j recurring headaches and tackle Jim -''. Berrjr was out with a sore knee ^ which was Injured during pracl/-/' -^ last week. He saw very little action -X in the Paragollld game and will '•_"• spend most of this week In doc~ toring his knee. . f While the Chicks were noticing ~ Mi their weakness the Paps cli- 2 maxed their first month of traln- ~[ Ing with a gruelling scrimmage yes~ terday afternoon. Coach Karl Stab;i ler la preparing his junior tribe for •^ their first game '-it . the season* £ against Jonesboro Sept. 29 in Jones^ bora. • t: f Yesterday, Coach Stabler had his ; '£,«qu»d running their Noire Dame •J pl»y« against a five man line and Z the juniors looked.better than they £ have all seaaon. Particularly bry:ht S apota were at quarterback where a little Ralph Snider, a reserve, look'•1 ed good handling the ball on the '; few T plays ran, and at guard 3 where Bob Childers, a transferee S tram Van Buren who blocked well 2? and looked good : on defense. T* StreM Blocking. Tarkling Blocking and 'tackling have been te big weaknesa of Coach Stab- Itr'i aquad and he probably will \apend long hours at both during the ^^rieirt.'two weeks. j; Th« Papa this year will be lack- 3 hit in experience but seem to have "i plenty" of weight and depth In 5. St. Louis 7. Philadelphia Brooklyn 5. Chicago 0. Boston 4. Pittsburgh 2. (Only games scheduled.) AMKKICAN LEAGUE New York 3, Chicago 1. Boston 5, Cleveland 1. Philadelphia 8, Detroit 6. St. Louis 15. Washington 6 night). SOUTHERN' ASSOCIATION No games scheduled. Today's Games NATIO.VAI LEACUe Brooklyn at St. Louis (2-daylight). Boston at Pittsburgh (m'ghO. New Vork at Cincinnati <'>>. Philadelphia at Chicago (21. AMERICAN l.RACiUE Chicago at New Yo.k. Detroit at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Boston. St. Louis at Washington (night). SOUTHERN I.KAOUB (Final riayiiff) Mobile at Nashville, night. Tuesday Night- Bowling League Teams See Action S 1 : Briost departments. Only three let^ tennen from last year's squad are i< buck this 9eaaon. ^ Halfback Bennie Hayes and full^ Wck Donald Qentry are expected ^. to bear the blunt of the Paps' of-y tensive load this year along with ^ Johnnie O'Brien, a converted guard JV who ia- now running the team at •>J blocking back. "J The Paps had 34 candidates out 2 yesterday, their largest squad this ^i aeason. f Vols and Bears f Open Southern :.; Finals Tonight- y4 By The Associated PreM .< The final round to decide which •*• Southern Association baseball team ,'; meets the Texas League represent.-; ative in the Dixie Series begins * : tonight.' ;^ The pennant winning Nashville • ; Vols meet Mobile In the Vols' huuu ** park. Players on the team winning ^ the best of seven garner series will :i divide >3.000 and get in on the •-•• proceeds of the Dixie Series. '- f The Texas winner has not been ^ det5rmined. •• \fobile knocked Birmingham out V at the running and I.'ashville riis- '*^ pased of New Orleans in the Shan. ghrtessy first round playoffs. NEW Box Opens Week Days 7:«0 p.m. Matinee Saturday & Sundays MK.-Smn. 1 f .m. Cont Showing Manila, Ark. Xh«wa F.VKRV MGHT A Thursday FLAMINGO ROAD" *ith .1»«n Crawford AIM Shorls STABBS Service Refrigeration and OIL STOVE REPAIR Phones 255S-5S4 Blylhtvillt Willys S«les Co. 410 E. M«in Yesterdays Results NATION,*! I.KAOIJK Charles Abbott bouleil n single! :ame high of 213 and took a three-' lame average of 179 to lead his earn, the Hot Shots, to three vic- oi-lfs over the Kniglits of Cohmi- >us in opening piny of tlie Tuesday. *flghl Bowling Leagc at Chitwoods Lanes. R. H. Geary of the same team was econd high for the nlglu with a hiee-game average of 177. Meads Clothiers started the sea- ion off by knocking down a total if 2.482 pins in taking three gpmes rom the Van Fallen team. Mead's average for the nitjlit was 165. In another league contest lasl light Fciiibergs won three gamr-s rom the Flyers. Three other bowlers averaged over 170 in opening night play I'hey were: Dr. James Guard and John White of Meads' with 172'and Miller of Van Patten with the same average. BLYTHEV1LLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Sho* Slarli Weekday! 7:»0 p.m £aturda> and Sunday: {Timlinum showing from 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday TWO BIG HITS ITSTKK5T fiARY COOPER LORETTA YOUNG Plus Bit; <-'<p-Hit Dennis Morgan Viveca Lindfors TO THE VICTOR 1 "Those Good Old Days" IPctc Smith Shorts) Musial's Injury May Hurt Cards Pulled Leg MuscU May Hamper Slugger In Brooklyn Series By .!<>(• Ri-ilhkr ST. LOUIS. Sept. 21—M'y—Tile St. Louis cardinals were a confident but crippled ]ol today as they Prepared to /ace Brooklyn's determined Dodgers—the team they must (urn back in order'[o win the Na- lional League flag. Injuries during [lie last couple of days has made Ihe outfit look more 1'ke a eJJnic thaji a ball c(ub. The latest to be hit was Slan Musial the man the Cards could most 111 afford to lore. Musial pulled a muscle In his left' letf yeslerdav while beating out an infield till in ihe (hird Inning against [he Philadelphia Phillies. He aggraviaied the injury two Innings later when he outlegged a three-base hit. and was forced to retire from the game. Wltlle Manager Kddie Dyer was optimistic about Mnsial's avallibility against the Dodgers todav. the fact remained that Slan was'In lerrlfic pain last night. The hurt is up near the groin, and there Is no doubt It would hamper tils swing. Stan went lo sleep with an electric wrapper around his thigh af- ler undergoing a deep therapy treatment WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1949 MNK KKSKKVKS— —Courier News . aona eagues cubs by a total extra power up frotil foi the Blytheville Cliicks are these three forward of 36 poinLs and feel they'll do Sports Roundup •nth It. NEW YORK, Sept. 21. (AP)^Two of the losing-est clubs In uro football, the Chicago Hornets and New York Bulldogs, seem to be coming up with new deala as well a« new names this season. . . The Hornets formally Rockels. have won three of four games so far, one more than their total victories (or the past two seasons. . . . The Bulldogs, formerly the Boston Yanks, have lost five exhibition games to Western National Leagues clubs by a total wail extras «'ho saw action in the Paragould contest last Friday night. They are deft to right) ends Mack Hay, a sophomore and Carl Beau, a senior and center Jim Ciossett. Gossett Is a converted end who took over center ciuties when the Chi.-jks tost Elmer Richardson clue to an injury. 2 Blytheville Trapshooters Enter Big Meet Two members or the Blytheville Gun Club will compete this week in Indian Trap Shoot which Kill Arkansas Sportettes By Carl Kelt day. '' ' ' ' i we hud jrst about every W. II. Holrombe, lelt yesterday Atlanta I n the shooting a I 1 this week. LITTLE ->OCK. Sept. 21. tip,— Arkansas sport-s writers thought te ™' in tlle dictionary to describe nlte handicap. He can hardly run, and he may not be able to '.swing with his natural follow through." Fnnr KejEiilar* Hurl Musial is Ihe fourth regular cnr- Mr. Webster, is a graceful, swift Peature shoot of the event will be a 500-larget race Saturday. In shooting at the BlythcviiiB ; •— club last week Bartholomew; led' Other fancy adjectives undouht- trap by 'running 100 straight ' ""^ *'" be applied to tile former •ntly on (he Injured list,' although o'uTof three are playing. | ". Del Rice, durable catcher, receiv- ! -13 ^,ed a deep spike wound In the left 1 " thigh In a plav at the plate Man- ! [al day nlehl. The wound required four ' , io stitches. 'He played a major part in Cards' triumph yesterday with „ home run and a long single oft the lett field wall, but couldn't IHUC o.titnnay i — ••-—....... nt the Blytheville antel °P e ' Bnrtholonicwc let!! oll ^r fnnc; E 100 sti-night ' e< ^y w '" ^ c applied to tJie former >i»d with a 24 R^/>rback if he docs any repeats ilu.s Hailev also °^ ^ Ta ^ 8.-ynrd (.oiiclidowu sprint sccoi i mark; Cle^ L 2-t and B. P. Brogdon broke skeet .shooting Barlholomew ran 50 straight followed by Brog- the Chicago Bears. Rain fell every day of UIR Northeast Arkansas Invitational Golf >n with 23. in squad shooting. ' Tournament at Jonesnnro last 45 J949 Senators Washington's Worst in Years WASHINGTON. Sept. 21. CAP) — All tbi.s y:ickciy-yak about the New York Yankees and the St. Louis tviio set*' the record? The Wfl.shiMgton Sc who. Without (aniar with hardly a fan—the Senators have quietly but efficiently gone about making themselves the worst Washington club in 40 years. • They clitu-hed (hat unfortunate record when they lost to the St. Louis Browns. 15 to 6. If they win every game from now on out <anrt the odds, roughly, are somewhat better In league play in the East. ... In fact, Coach Charley Ewarl thinks two of Ills tackles, Carl Vogelaar a^d John Nolan, are all-league possibilities and that's good strt for any team. The SH of Trouble Starting Ihe 194* football season, Coach Blair Cherry decked out his U, of Texas football players in flashy whil nylon pants. . . North them. . . When it happened again Carolina promptly beat same off of In the Oklahoma game, the Longhorns dlscared the new garb and finished out a succes5ful season. . . t- the record; , The Texans thought they had ended •nators .tlial'.s the jinx when they got away with | wearing white instead of orange ill •and sometimes! the Oniiige Bowl, so chey broi.eht 8,462 to 1 thai they ,one squad broke 116 out of 125 tar- me ' gets at trap. , run at all. The single he got yes- January 1 became gejier.Ulv accepted as the first day in the year . terday would have been a double ! in 1752. or triple for any other player. - 'First baseman Nippy Jones Is Dodgers to victory over C h!cn 5 o. recently' weekend. So tomnev sponsors are! You have to 20 all the w a y back thinking of srhedrling the event to 1959 to find a Washington team earlier next year—say, in dry, dry'' — August. Aroused by a drubbing the Ze- playing despite a badly wrenched back that prevents him from tak- bras tonk from a Mississippi high school -team in a scrimmage game He blanked the Cubs Bluff .. 0 ,,. . ___ ...... .. . _____ hits ' Sports Editor Dave Wallis came out In favor of raising the niaxMinim prep eligibility age in Arkansas out the nylons again to start the 1949 season against Texas Tech. . . So in the second quarter Bobby Dillon headed for the goal, Bobby Clfse. Tech back, made a Krab for turn and lipped the seat right out of Dillon's fancy pants . . Dillon insists he wasn't brounht down—It was just an embarrassed pause—but • — — — j •, vii^j the Lon?horns figure on going back still won't be able lo win as mnuy ' to th pj r old orange britches when games as the 1913 and the 1948 ! thcs , p i ay Temple Saturday. Washington teams did. Each of ' those won 56. Sn( , r(s B rfo™ Your Eyn, Word from Chicago Is that Luke Apj]]in^. the fans' choice, can have Ihe job of managing the White Snx that did worse. That one won only j ' the Cleveland Barons. Jim Hendy 42 "ames. n . t want u since he took over Oh. well, trifle's always anolhci•' llns nmt( , KO many t rs aes they're year. Help can come up from their, r: , mi ,<, him the David Harum of farm clubs, maybe. Ho:key. . . But Jim still thinks ) B "J I tw ° Hm ^l" f *"" ! al ' e ^ !lt Harum Is something he needs more .11/^0.1 »,, inrrt n n „ . ... . SCOrC OOC fOT The present Senators have won Commercial Cliritlritioona and Charlotte, and—; football coach, plans to wear a reg- , . , markers m the eighth, Robinson I high schoolers. In addition. Max Lanier, the stealing home to climax the rallv T1 'e Arkansas Athletic Assocla- cnunky southpaw w ho is slated to Cub catcher Mickey Owen vigor-1 lion, which runs the slate's hiah nun one of today's games, has. on sly protested umpire Art Oore's ! school athletics, remembers those been complaining of a sore left ' decision on fiobinson Oivpn himm I tlnvs past >"" ..-i.... « i«i ~» shoulder. -^ ^.«— ._ ... <->»<.» tjuinp-i . '_..:.. Despite these physical handicaps, the Cards think they can take the Brooks, The pennant-hungry foes clash twice today, once In 1<1C afternoon and again at night. The third game will be played under the lights tomorrow. Yesterday the Cards knocked oft .—when a lot of — ^.......j.j Tf,, jujuict.lull. t_»>ven rjllinp- | "' t . v .' (J«->1. n-ny. — «(|L'H « n/L tn K""-^ ed Gore lo the ground, and was lvere plavine Iheir fifth or sixth tossed out of the game along with Vear.s of high school football when Cub Manager fYankie Prisch. . " thev should have been in collese. will the . . The Cards ran up a G-l ,lead ' ^ 1K ' those days, we venture to say, in five inning against ken 'lleiiH/.- j are ? onc forever. chnan but the Uhils roared back ' " le AAA w nnls the kids to nlay and cut the deficit lo a 6-5 in '" m s'i school, the men in college. the seventli. The Cards picked up their final rim the seventh the bottom or reliefer Gerry Krnir members of the University nf Arkansas football team—L ard and John Lunncy—a'rc bidding _„ --.„ ._, , n-nuvn-tu ui t 11 n, .it i CULM «iici reiiptpr CIOITV "nn^ UHI\_U<\II 11 riin—uenn the Philadelphia Phils. 7-5, and Staley kept the Phils away frorrt Campbell. Alvin Duke. Ross Pritch- t (in Otjdff^rS .Citt/^lrpri th* r*>^1nnnn Virima (Kn. ^fr-t .. r 11 -Jrrl ni^rl T^Vi.i T ,,^., „., ^' (.; j J- . __ the Dodgers sacked the Chicago Cubs, 5-0. to remain a game and ajhalf behind the Red Birds. ">-The important National league home the rest of the way. Allie Reynolds and Joe Page for (hcir fourth varsity letters this teamed up lo pitch the Yanks to fa "- Wartime rules, which permit- victory over the White Sox. Rey- '"" "" ' ' ' -..- ..., r , v . »n»v 4ini,iuiiai i.,i:iigut; "HJtUiy OVul LI1C \V IlltC oOX KCV- series takes the spotlight away from i Holds, who left for a pinch-hitter the American League where the in the seventh pained his nth New York Yanks lead by three , victory. games. The Yanks turned back f Lemon held the Red Sox hitlcss Chicago. 3-1. yesterday while the ; until the sixth when Parncll stari- runner-up Boston Red Sox clim- ert a five-run rally with a sin-'le mated Cleveland's defending cham- | The Philadelphia Athlctics°turn- pion Indians from contention, 5-'2. ed back the Detroit Tigers 8-6 Newcomhe lo Hurl | on pete Slide's three-run eighth Big Don Newcombe 115-71 has Inning homer been nominated to pitch the day, Rookie Roy Sievers drove in six , game for Brooklyn against the runs to lea rtthe St. Louis Browns : Areas Opened in State Cards Max Lanier 14-3.. Preacher . to a 15-6 night game triumph over Hoe (13-5i has been selected 10 Washington. ted L-se of freshmen in varsity alhlctic.s. made that possible. Only one other porker. Charles Milani. ran equal Ihe four-letter mark nm (hen only noxl year. HP earned a letter in 1943. went ofr lo ser- vire and came back to earn another last ycnr. of Union County will be open to wl-.iit the publicity guys will "do with deer hunters for the first time this the combination of Goo Goo and senson. The commission closed Cralghend and Washington counties and an arpa in Garland to hunting. Choo Choo. I)nt.« All. Brothers Johnny Pesky, the little Red Son Additional Deer Hunting work the night game for the challenging Dodgers against Harry (The CnO Brecheen U3-9L Lean Jack Banta pitched the The Boston Braves downed the Pittsburgh Pirates. 4-2. in the National's only night game with a three ru nrally in the ninth. LITTLE HOCK, Sept. 21. lif, — Deer hunting will be permitted in new areas in Arkansas this fall. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission yesterday announced "Somcliow OLD FITZGERALD spoils me for any oilier whiskey!" So say bourbon-wise Kciitiickians wliofiml in this genuine sour mash Bol lied-in-Bond a distinctive fnll-b<x|ic(l Havornot encouiilered in any olher brand. OLD FASHIONED.. <£/<«&*% ^4 STimi-wfiiii Dismim • touisviut, IT. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT iqURBQN WHISKEY . 100 PROOF • »OTTttP IM »ONB LAGER BEER means BETTER BEER ...when it's really LAGERED Budweiser is on* of America's really true LAGER b«0r*. Public records indicate that beer, on the average, is aged thirty days or less-whereas the secondary fermentation process alone exceeds that period in the production of BUDWEISER. This secondary fermentation period is our special method of AGEING and gives NATURAL CARBONA- TIOM to BUDWEISER. To bring you more true Budweiser Lager Beer, Anheuser-Busch is completing the world's largest BREWED AND BOT lagering cellars. The finest brewing ingredients plus this longer ageing period assures the superior quality, the delicate flavor and the exquisite bouquet which set BUDWEISER apart from any other be«r. There's nothing like it... absolutely nothing. Budweiser. LAGER BEER ANHEUSER-BUSCH. IMC.,,,SI, LOOH TIED Pep Stops Compo Easily in Seventh To Defend Title WATERBURY, Conn.. Sept, 11. (AP)—Offers poured In on featherweight champ Willie Pep today alter lib easy seven round kayo triumph over Eddie Compo. Wily Willie emerged unmarked la-si night. Al Wcill, matchmaker or the in. let-national Boxing Club of New York offered Pep three opponent.! for Madison Square Garden bouls, and Lou Visctusl, Pep's maimcer, said he was exjnsiderln? another for a title fight at St. Louis Weill wants Willie to right either the winnrj- of Friday's Terry Yoimg- Enrlque Bolanos scran; Maxie Docusen or Ray Pamechon, the European champ from Fiance who Li due here soon. It would be a non- title fight on either Oct. 28 or Nov. The crown derense would be made against Charley Riley, SL Loui Noero. For his victory over Compo. a rner sparring partner whom Pep policed off in 4] seconds of the seventh, Willie scored financially too. The uneven match drew a surprisingly l?.r»e crowd of 10.722 for a gross or $3!) 931. Compo, who weighed 124 ra | 0 126 for the champ, Just wasn't in Willie's league. Wins Go// Tourney SHREVEPORT. Lfl.. Sept. 21. (AP) —Mrs. Gordon Pen-In of El Dorado, irk., won the ladies Invitational i a n ct 1 c a p golf tournament at "jhrevepoi I Country Club. She shot an 86 over the Is nole rourse, the low score for the day. nfielder. who has hit only .seven lome runs in four seasons, belted wo in Important gamer against the •=iinltwich (remember him?) is eoqch Yankees this season. . . Frankie and T-quarterback of an Erie. Pa., cml-pro football team this season and has four other former Georgia, players working for him. . . When a reporter was delayed In an effort, U. freshman coach, he yelled across :o Interview Ted Whereatt. Indians he field: '-Hey, Ted. You going to :e here for a while?" . . . Whereat Whereatt shouted back: "I hope so.i- 've been here a year and a half andB I like it fine." SKY 1INE DRIVE-IN THEATER * Miles North of Bljlhevill* Box Olfice Opens at 6:30 Show Starts 7:00 Wednesday "TARZAN AND THE MERMAIDS" with Johnny Weissmulkr Brenda Joyce and Linda Christian Added Attractions Thursday & Friday "THE INSIDE STORY" with Marsha Hunt and William I.iinrii s . ln Added Attractions RITZ THEATRE * Manila, Ark. Wednesday £• Thursday "PRIDE OF THE YANKEES" wllh Garj Cooper and Teresa Wright News & Short I N ST. LOUIS Box Office Op«n« »t 6:13 f.m. Week Nighls Show Starts at I'M AliUinee Satardar & Sunday it 1 p.m with continuous sh.nint- Wednesday & Thursd«T "ONE LAST FLING" Alexis Smith Zacharjr St«(t N'ews * Comedy

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