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•/ FACE SDC •MTTHIVILLI (Awry COUSIBB Six South Missco >i" iTeams See Action I Tomorrow Night »' All six of South ^Mississippi County's Class B high J school grid teams swing into action tomorrow night while I the Hytheville Chicks take a weekend off to rest up for their (tough tilt with the Little Rock Tigers here next week. | Three of the six South Mississippi County team's will J:»ee action for the third straight week, one, Shawnee, will be rafter its second consecutive win and two,.Luxora and Wil[*on, will play for the first time this season. J Coach Rube Boyce's .Osceola Sem-*-— Inoles will be looking for their third straight victory when they ( •ntertain the Keiser Yellow Jackets [at Hale Field in Osceola. Two other j fames are also. scheduled In the I county with Luxora playing at Wil- j ton and Shawnee meeting the sl- [ ways tough West Memphis Blue 1 Devils at Joiner. ] • Dye»s, which has won one and : lost one already this season, jour- j ney to Tmmann to meet the Tru- I.Biann High School team. All games *iln the county are night affairs i.alated for a o'clock. Expecting a tough tilt tomorrow night with the improved Keiser eleven, Coach Boyce has been making changes in his Osceola Seminole lineup during the past week. Stevens to Center I Wright and Johnscn have been 4 acratched temporarily from the Se- j minole roster. Wright is suffering j from a chest, cold while Johnson {has a weak ankle. J Jim Stevens has been switched j from guard to center and Alexander 1 has been moved up from the res- j erves to fill the first string guard J alot. j Alexander has been one of the ' aurprlses of the Seminole camp. i In the team's first two games his | tackling and especially his down( field blocking has been sharp, j Coach Boyce felt his squad show- j vd improvement, in protecting the ') passer in the Dyess contest last j week, but was disappointed In the I Sernlnoles' downfield blocking, a I phase of the game which the Tribe j handled with busto in the Pnrkin i (ame. ! The Yellow Jackets, although they ! have k-:t both of their contests j this year, have shown Improve: ment since the opening of the { season »nd could give Osceola fans 5 a surprise. However, they are rated i M heavy underdogs for the tilt. 1 Indiana Work Hard I Coach W. C. Rook's Indians of 1 Bhawnee have been working hard * all week for their engagement with the Blue Devils from Crlttenden ? County- West Memphis Is the de- I fending District Three class B ] champions and are expected to he t tough again this year. This will be t Shawnee's first home game o( the i season. , Both lAixora 'and Wilson have been idle for the past two weeks ., tut both teams^have been working } hard for their season openers. Wil- I son, however. Is expected to win i tonight's fracas but not without j a fight. ' The Eagles of Dyess. smarting {.from their 45-0 drubbing at the 'hands of the Oscola Seminoles next 1 we«k, jrill try to get hack Into ? the win column at the expense of j Trumann. Coach Tom Parks' eleven » lacking In both depth and exper- J lehce, won its opener from Keiser j two weeks ago by a narrow 15-7 t margin. j ; i Arkansas Horse Owner I Is Robbed of $9,000 , CHICAGO. Sept. 22. W)—Three i masked youths robbed John H. Kin| ard, 50, Brickeys, Ark., racehorse, owner, of S2.260 and a diamond I ring he valued at 57.500 early today. ?; The holdup occurred at a west [ side garage as Kinard was getting 1 Into his automobile for an early I trip to Hawthorne racetrack. Kinard • said he often drives to the track I to watch eary morning workouts ! and that the youths have acquaint- 1 ed themselves with his schedules. ^ Police were told the three robbers • entered the garage 15 minutes be: fore Kinard arrived and held the ; attendant, Emmett Wilson. Negro, i at gunpoint. Kinard Is staying at a ' hotel near the garage. Dutch youngsters put their wooden shoes before the fireplace on Christmas eve. BLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Show SUrti Weekday* 1:M p.m. fcttnrdaj and Sundij: CnntinvvB snowing [roto 1:90 p.m. Last Time Today —ALSO— IVnnls Morgan in "TO THE VICTOR' Friday & Saturday Weaver Brothers in "ARKANSAS JUDGE' —ALSO— Johnnj Mack Brown "QklahonM Frontier" STAND NATIONAL LEAGUE W L St. Louis 93 53 Brooklyn 92 55 Philadelphia 18 70 Boston 72 74 New York 70 78 Pittsburgh 63 82 Cincinnati 59 as Chicago 58 89 Pet. .637 .62« .527 .493 .419 .434 .407 .395 New York .. Boston Detroit Cleveland Philadelphia Chicago St. Louis ... Washington AMERICAN LEAGUE W L 02 62 B 85 82 78 60 50 16 Pet. .639 .623 .574 .5BB .531 .414 .338 .317 Yestrrdav's Rpsults NATIONAL bCAGUE St. Louis 1-0. Brooklyn 0-5. Philadelphia 3-6, Chicago 1-9. Cincinnati 5-2, New York 4-5 (first game 10 innings, second 11 Boston 9, Pittsburgh 7. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago 10, New York 9. Boston 9, Cleveland 6. Detroit 4, Philadelphia 1. Washington 7, St. Louis 0. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION (Playoff Finals) Mobile Ings). 10 Nashville 9 (II Jnn- Osceola Juniors To Play Shawnee Eleven Tonight Osceola's Junior High school grid- ders will make their first 'hoivc appearance of the season tonight when they encounter Shawuce at Hale Field at 8 o'clock. Osceola will have'only one letterman. William Barnes, available for ;he contest. No starting lineup has been announced. A close contest is anticipated nee Shawnee is Experimenting with a junior team for the first time and hns not had its youngsters in action yet. Osceola's juniors now have a squad numbering 23. Nash Motor Announces Reductions on New Car DETROIT. Sepl. 22. Nash Caruthersville 11 To Open Season Tigm to M««r Hayti T«am on Horn* Field Tomorrow Night Southeast Missouri's moat hotly contested football game will be reeled off at the Caruthersville High School football field tomorrow night when Bee Underwood brings his Haytl gtUitrs to town. Coach Emll Boepple's Caruthersville Tigers, although weakend by graduation losses, have lettermen returning in key positions and will field a hefty, II Inexperienced, line. Haytfs strong backfleld of last year, when Caru(h«rsville took a 21-0 verdict. w»s completely wiped out by graduation. However Coach Underwood has several large and experienced linemen who he hopes will help offset the lack of experience on the part of his backs. Sports Roundup Haiti Futlertaa. It. Cards, Dodgers Divide Crucial Twin Bill; Play Again Tonight By Rtlchlrr ST. LOUIS, Sept. 22. (If)— Brooklyn Manager Burt Shotlon Is pinning his hope and faith In a 1849 pennant on his auddenly revitalised pitching staff. Wth time running out, the second-place Dodger* must win tonight's final ,of the three-game series from the front-running St. Louis Cardinals— or else. Brooklyn Is still trailing by a game and a half after yesterday's split with the Red Birds. It will be up to either lefty Joe Hatten (11-8) or Ralph Branca 1135) lo continue Brooklyn's amazing pitching success during the four days. past NEW YORK. Sept. 22. (AP) — When Red Strader was very late for a press confe/encf! the other day, a waiting reporter wise-cracked: "He's still halng a Imrd time making the ] combeT performance"^ Rex" Barney H will be George Munger for the Red Birds. The strong armed right hander with a 16-6 record has beaten the Brooks In each of the three starts he has made against them. The Brooks kept In the running last night when Preacher Roe. the frail looking lefthander from Arkansas, shut out the Care"-, 6-0, with a brilliant two hitter. Roe's masterpiece cv.me on the heels of St. Louis' Max hauler's 1-0 triumph >ver Don Newcombe. Newcombe. Brooklyn's big Negro rieht hander. pitched elgiit shuloui Innings until the Cards bunched three of their eight hits for the game's only run In the ninth inn- Ing of the afternoon game. Sunday, Branca also had hurled eight rimless rounds before yield- Ing a run in the ninth to Chirago. In between Branca's and New- Newcomb*. SUugbUr started things with a looping double to left. Ron Northey »ss Intentionally walked »nd rookie BlllHowerton beat out « bunt down the third base line. At thii point the Dodgers held a conference around Newcombe Plate u:nplre Bill Stewart ordered the Dodgers. to resume action »ud when Robinson made t "choking gesture" at Stewart he was tossed out of 'the game. Garaglola followed with his game winning blow, a hit off the glove of Ed Mlkjls, Robinson's replacement. Lanler llowed only five singles In recording his fifth straight victory and his host since his return from Mexico. Inst Sen yards." . It might be more truthfully said that Red was still trying to solve a pu?J.le—wheth- er his football Yankees are u good as they looked against the Cleveland Browns last Sunday or whether the Browns have slipped like the Indians. . . . "We played an almost perfect defensive game, but we lost," Slradcr commented, and even that is quite an admission for a' football coach. . . . Jack Drers, representing the Los Angele.s Dons, had an even more pat reply when someone r.sk- cd if the Dons controlled the ball against San Francisco: "Yenh, but we didn't control which direction it was going." Enrique Bolanofi, who [Ighf.s Terry Young here tmor- rov.'. has headlined four outdoor shows in the past four years which rircsv a total of $486,000 at the gate. Slldr Rule Stuff Georgia Tech's academic bigwigs are justly proutl of Ihrir school's designation a.! the leading engineering college in the .south and the thirri-highe.st in the nation. . . When someone-told fnothull Coach Bobbv Dodd fihou this, Bobby growled: "I don't know which two schools arc ahead of us (the best guess Is M.I.T. and California Tech) but Til pla yt'nem both on the same field at th? same lime and guarantee to whip them both." Motors today Announced price reductions ranging from S13 to suo. The reductions apply to the company's new 1950 model cars which go on display In dealer showrooms tomorrow. ' The cuts are possible.. George W. Mason, president and board chairman of NRSh-Kelviuator Corp. said, largely because of reduced production costs resulting from a freer Bow of materials. Jason said Nash plans to build i inspect prospecllve teams, "will make lost twice as many cars during | it a [ive-rtav tour to Chicago for diced Z!^ r n y0<lr " S U 1>r °- Northwestern vs. Michigan and autccl during the snme period last One-Minute Sports Pacr When Jimmy Jones, the Calumet trainer, heard the suggestion of » match race between Armed and Stymie, a pair of eight-year-olds. he remarked: ''It would be sort of like -the fat men's race at a picnic. 1 * '..,3Bwo members of the original Miami Scnhau'k.s. I-amar Davis and Dub Jones, -still are plying all- Americn Conference football. That's more than wa.s expected by anyone who SPW the original Senhawks. Three Texa.s U. sophomores crossed the Texas Tech goal line the first time they carried the ball in var-.ity competition. Byron Townsend failed to 5core~because of a clipping penalty but Bobby Dillon and Carl Mures mnde U on runs of 20 ami 51 yards. F.nd or Ihe Une Tile Orange View Committee, j which makes an annual junket to year. Writing with the fingernail pen Is an old Persian Art. The Star Spangled Banner was made the national anthem by an act of congress on March 3, 193[. cBars vs. Eagle.s this fall. Idaho's state flower, the syrinira, wns so designated by the state legislature In 1931. One of the earliest known maps is a 4.500-year-old baked clay lab- froni Babylon. lot TRUCK BUYERS! f< "tftalteafi _ •«-«*«;KWfS«R!S!>».- you'll get at Blytheville Motor Co. "Sout/t's Finest Service" Broadway & Chickasawba Phone 4422 ON NEW QUALITY-BUILT nonr.c VUlHlE TRUCKS Save iwith... • U»IKAL TRAM-IN ALLOWANCI • A TKUCK THAT fITf »OU« JOi • LOW OPIRATINO COST • LOW MAINTINANCI COST • LONG IK TRUCK UM and Jack Banta Ditched one and five hit shutouts respectively. Both were against the Cubs. Thus, the Dodgers hurling corps has allowed only two runs In the last five games. Hurt The Cards with Stan Muslal. Del Rice. Nippy Jones anil Eddie Kazak all hampered by injuries, received an addition to Ihcir hospital list last night. Chuck Dlcrine. their demon center fielder, suffered a sprained ankle and Is not expected to play tonight. Roe limited the Cards to two singles and ficed only 28 men in besting Harry Brccheen, Ted Wllks and Al Brarte. Breechen held the Dodgers scoreless until the fourth when they clouted him and Wilks for all five runs. With one out, Carl Fnrillo singled. Jackie Robinson, who tailed lo hit in six tries during the day, walked. Hodges singled lo score Purillo and Luis Olmo followed with a triple that ended Brccheen. Wilks look over and Roy Cam- nanella greeted him with a 400 foot fly that admitted Olmo with the fourth run after the catch Duke S :Idcr followed with a home rim over the right field wall to complete Ihe night's scoring. The Cards won the nerve-tingling (lay game In the ninth InnlriVwher Joe Garpgiota singled wlflh the bases loaded and none out off Don SKY LINE DRIVE-JN THEATER Z Miles North of Blithrville Box Olfice Opens at 6:3* Shuw Starts 7:00 Thursday & Friday "THE INSIDE STORY' with Marsha Hunt and William l.undigan Added Attractions Saturday "CROSSED TRAILS" with Jnhnnj M.lck Brown, Raymnnd Haltnti. and I.ynne Carver THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Boi Office Opens at 6:45 p i». Week \ighls Show Stalls at 7i»e Matinee Suturdav * Sundaj at 2 p.m. with continuous shewing Last Time Today 'ONE LAST FLING' Alrvis Smith /.achary Scott News A Comedy Friday * vSalurday "LAW COMES TO TEXAS" Bill Kllititl Ted* Ann Borp Serial ft Comedy lhe centered on «, . on the Card-Dodger rioubleheader, the New York Yankees' American League lead was cut to two garner over the Boston Red Sox. The Yanks were upset. 10-9. by the Chicago White Sox while the Red Sox downed Ihe Cleveland Indians, 9-6. Yanks Lose Ground The Yanks blew an 8-1 lead In losing to Chicago. Gus Zernial climaxed an uphill battle with a name-winning three-run, plnch-hlt homer in the ninth inning off Joe Page. Boston was forced lo come from behind to beat Ihe Indians, winning In the seventh o-- Ted W1I lams' 41st hc-ier. Vern tenhons' doiible. a sacrifice nnd Zarilln's fly Oul. i ef elte of (he pennant races the excitement was provided bv " rh * Ral " h Kiner. Kiner aist al) d 52nd home runs ome runs of the season as the Pirates bowed 9-7. lo the Boston Braves. w ., ., ° -" ic«u OI Lne N« lona s record pace of 5« set by Chicago s Hack W'son In 1930 but Ban* R,,fh m ", b(;hf " ti th *«»« Babe Ruth, who established the major league record of 60 homers for the ID27 NW York YankeeT In other National League eamc« "" •Iphia header and the Cincinnati Reds. the New York Giants The Phils beat the Cubs, 3-1 In the opener hut lost the nightcap '•• J - J f -. Giants! 9-6. The Reds shaded 5-4. !•• ten Innings but the Gianls' won (he wmdup, 5-2, | n 5,,,.,, frames. Art Houlieman pitched the De- Tigcrs In a 4-1 victory over Philadelphia and Dick Weik hurled troll THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1949 Play Advances In Golf Tourney Bishop vt. Guard; Pollard vs. Donton In Champ's Flight Play In the Blythevflle Country Club's annual membership tourney to decide the club champion, moved Into the fourth round this week with only four shotmakers left to battle tt out In the champlonshlD flight. v The four championship flight survivors are defending champion Roland (Skeetcr) Bishop, Dr. James L Guard, W. J. Pollard and Bill Joe Demon. These four must play this week to determine the finalists. Paired tn the semi-nnal round of the championship flight are Bishop vs. Guard and Pollard vs. Denton Denton is favored to take the club title this year. The semi-flnal matches will be completed (his week with the two survivors meeting next week for the title. Four playeis are also le/t in the running in each of the first, second and third nights. Seml-fiual pairings in these flights are: First flight—B. A. Lynch vs Bill Dyess and J. P. Lent! V5 . Byi . on Morse. • Second Flight— Dr. Joe Beasley vs. Jim Terry and E. B. Gee. Sr. vs George Hubbard, Jr, Consolation-Charles Moore vs. U. s. Branson and the Rev. Harvey Kidd vs. Henry Hoyt. Third Flight—Charles Afflick vs Bill Afflick, Hugh Whltsitt vs. Hubert Seymour. Consolation—Di C L. Craig vs. Dr. Jack Webb Dr p E. Utley vs. winner Bill Pease vs' Dr. w. P. Rainwater match. Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at St. Louis (night) Huston at Pittsburgh (night). New York at Cincinnati (2) Philadelphia at Chicago. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Washington (night) Only game scheduled. SOUTHERN LEAGUE (Playoff) Mobile at Nashville. Washington to a 7-0. three-hltjtri- umph over St. Louis in the remain- Ins American League activity. Ross Pritchard Fractures Leg In Scrimmage PAYETTEVIU.E, Ark,, Sept 22 f/T,—Apparently it Just wasn't In the books for Ross Prilch"rd to occupy his usual starring athletic role for the Arkansas Raiorbacks thl easoned speedster, counted year. The . on by Coach John B»rnhin"as"a key figure in the Hogs' new T- forniatlon this fall, was lost to the Razorbacks for the remainder of the season whe • he fractured his left leg In scrimmage yesterday. The three-year letterman and (he Porker's top pass receiver and fastest back had recovered only recently from a fractured collar bone received In spring training anil was lust beijl'ining to return (o his old form. Prilchord's curred while till); read- for their Saturday night opener with North Texas Stale at Little Rock and It deallh a hard blow lr> the Porkers' outlook for the season. Tracy Scott, brother of Arkansas' nll-American back of last year. Clyde ^t-ntt. has been moved to the No. 1 riqht halfback post vacated '•y Pritchard for Saturday night's game. latest accident oc- the Hogs were eel- RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today "PRIDE OF THE YANKEES" with Gary Cooper and Teresa Wrieht Neva & Short Friday * Saturday "MARSHALL OF MESA CITY" with George O'Brien Cartoon & Serial Quarterback Club Is Organized for Osceolo's Fans Election ot officers In the Seminole Quarterback Club, a «ub»ld- iary of the Cwceola Athletic Association, rill be held Monday. The club was organized last Menday and Its first meeting was conducted by Frank Sanders. All persons who hold season ticket* to Seminole games are automatic members. Meetings will be held each Monday in the Masonic Hall. At meet- Ings, the previous week's game will be discussed and members will voice opinions on the game to be played on the next Friday night. Mobile Defeats Vols JO-9 In Southern Playoff finals Frank Laga Ditched Mobile to a 10-9 victory over Nashville last night In the first game of.,m\a Southern Association playoff ^r- Golngointo the top of the ninth Nashville led 9-6 when Louis Kahn hit a home run with two on to tie the score. 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